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Venice Gondolier Sun Editor Bob Mudge, left, columnist Fran Valencic and
Sports Editor Perry Pentz hold the first-place awards the paper received
Friday at the Florida Press Association Better Weekly Newspaper awards
ceremony.

Gondo is No. 1!


STAFF REPORT

The Venice Gondolier Sun
was named the top weekly
newspaper in its circulation
class for the 11th time in 12
years Friday at the Florida
Press Association Better Week-
ly Newspaper award ceremony.
Staff members brought
home 12 individual honors,
including first-place awards
for Copy Editor Rob Broyles
(individual graphic), Editor
Bob Mudge (editorial page,
headline writing), Dale Nese-
man (editorial cartoon), Sports


Editor Perry Pentz (sports
column) and Social Columnist
Fran Valencic (serious col-
umn).
In addition, News Editor
Greg Giles got a second-place
award in education reporting;
Mudge received second place
for First Amendment defense
and honorable mention for
humor column; former sports
editor Tripp Miller got second
place in sports feature; Proj-
ects Editor Brooky Brown took
third place in health writing;
and Justin Fennell took third in
photo series.


City audits Pineapples


By GREG GILES
NEWS EDITOR
The saga continues for Tom
Carney.
True to its word, the city
of Venice is auditing his new
restaurant, Pineapples Is-
land Grille. And it hasn't even
opened.
Complaints about the green
color of the building, which is
less visible since large yellow-
white stripped awnings were
installed this week, triggered


the audit.
Based on renovation esti-
mates provided to the city, the
Architectural Review Board
early on stated the structure
did not trigger conformance
with the city's Venetian Theme
District, which requires an
Northern Italian Renaissance
architectural style.
Nor did the renovation
require a certificate of archi-
tectural compliance, because
it didn't exceed 50 percent of


the value of the structure. A
2009 appraisal put the value
at $445,000, while a proposal
from the contractor estimated
the cost of exterior alterations
at $114,500, well under the
50-percent rule, according to
city records.
With that understanding,
Carney was told he didn't have
to abide by a city color palette
either, although he says he
AUDITS 16


Judge: Balkwill


tampered


with evidence


By ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICH
STAFF WRITER
A circuit judge ruled this
week that former Sarasota
County Sheriff Bill Balkwill did
"intentionally delete" more
than 11,000 e-mails on his old
computer before turning it
over for evidence in a lawsuit
against him.
Twelfth Circuit Judge Bob
Bennett wrote that Balkwill was
ordered not to tamper with his
work computer after he retired
from office two years ago. The
computer was to be recycled,
but Balkwill kept it after he left
office. Balkwill was charged
with grand theft because he
kept the computer and alleged-
ly removed thousands of files,
sheriff's investigators say.
Balkwill admitted he erased
public e-mails on his old
laptop computer because
they were confidential and
related to homeland security.
He claimed not to have deleted
information relating to jail
contracts.
However, after Prison Health
Services lost a $9 million jail
contract bid, it sued Balk-
will and Armor Correctional
Health Services (which won
the contract). Prison Health


Services' lawsuit claimed
Balkwill awarded the contract
to Armor in 2008 after he went
to dinner and on trips totalling
about $1,500 with

from the company
in 2007.
Balkwill award-
ed the three-year
contract on the
day he announced
BALKWILL his retirement.
BALKWILL Then he alleg-
edly cleaned the computer five
times 'to remove e-mails and
photos from his computer that
could tie him to Armor. PHS is
asking that the contract with
Armor be voided.
Balkwill said he transferred
some information to a por-
table jump (storage) drive.
The judge's order said Balkwill
"inexplicably" threw the jump
drive into the trash.
"The destruction of files sub-
ject to production and inspec-
tion, by both Balkwill and (for-
mer Armor employee Doyle)
Moore, cannot be excused. The
deletions were intentional and
must be viewed as attempts
to thwart discovery," Bennett
wrote in his ruling.
BALKWILL 16


Arrest in attempted mu


FROM THE SARASOTA COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Sarasota County Sher-
iff's Office has arrested Andrew
James "A.J." Norris, 25, last
known address 42 Clemson
Road, Venice, in connection
with a shooting that occurred
at his home on May 30.
On that date, deputies were
called to the Circle K at 1883
South Tamiami Trail by the
clerk, who reported a man with
a gunshot wound was in the
parking lot. The victim, Jason .


Wessel, 27, of Invern
airlifted to Bayfront
Center in St. Petersb
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John and Ed Scott pose atop John's bunk bed in their Venice home.

Mother s Day gift, Father's Day joy


By ED SCOTT
STAFF WRITER
The way it traditionally
works, you wait nine months
for a newborn baby. In our
case, we waited five years to
travel to China and bring home
a 5-year-old boy.
John Edward Scott was liv-
ing in the Shanghai Children's
Welfare Institute last fall when
my wife, Teri-Jo, and I were
matched with him by an adop-
tion agency. It was the begin-
ning of the end of a process
that started years earlier when
we - like many other childless,
American couples - were hop-
ing to adopt an infant Chinese
girl.
In China, where the popula-
tion is 1.3 billion, the govern-
ment enforces a one-child-per-
family rule. Boys typically are
favored by their families, so


more girls end up in orphanag-
es. Yet, some boys are given up
by their parents - due to their
special needs, such as health
problems - and are taken to
orphanages.
But the availability of healthy,
adoptable Chinese girls to
Western couples decreased in
recent years as more Chinese �
families went to the head of the
line, for government-preferred
domestic adoptions. Last year,
frustrated at the long wait to
be matched with a little girl, we
looked at our agency's Special
Needs Web page, where we first
saw John.
Youhan Qian was aban-
doned at a Shanghai children's
hospital in July 2006 because
he suffered from Japanese
encephalitis, a mosquito-borne
illness that can cause brain
damage, and his parents could


not take care of him. Officials
did not know his age, but
they made an educated guess
and assigned a Sept. 21, 2004,
birth date. Orphanage medical
records indicated that he had
recovered fully -from encepha-
litis, but that he was timid and
kept to himself.
I believe we adopted a dif-
ferent boy, whose only special
need was a family.
***
John Edward Scott, whom we
first met on May 9 in China -
on Mother's Day - now lives
with us at his new home in
Venice. He's a happy, 37-pound
ball of energy, eager to spread
joy and love to those around
him.
The only English he knows
is what we have taught him

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Union questions city's proposed DUI policy


Dy un6u UILLS
NEWS EDITOR
irder A city union official says a
proposed off-duty driving-un-
ness, was der-the-influence rule should
Medical be negotiated.
Iurg, where The rule is one of 11 changes
s treated to the city's Personnel Proce-
leased. dures and Rules being recom-
iesses mended by city administration.
flied Norris Specifically, the new rule
suspect would add two offenses that
had fled could result in discipline, in-
ea. cluding dismissal:
uties with * The failure by a city em-
rasota ployee to immediately report
y Sheriff's an on-duty or off-duty arrest
rehension for driving under the influence;
and
MURDER 16 * Losing a driver license if


that loss results in the inability
to perform any essential func-
tion in the job description.
A third proposed rule re-
quires employees to be alco-
hol- and drug-free for at least
eight hours before coming to
work.
The new rules "would allow
the city to take disciplinary ac-
tion against such employees in
the future," said Allan Bullock,
director of administrative
services.
Bullock said it's imperative
that the city know if an em-
ployee - who may be required
to drive - has been convicted
of a DUI and lost his license for '
a period of time.


It has happened that an em-
ployee was relieved of driving
duties and had to be placed
elsewhere, with no recourse for
the city.
If the employee doesn't offer
the information and gets into
an accident, the city could be
held liable, Bullock added.
"I am of the opinion, and city
manager concurs, that if you
are a city employee, you are
expected to display appropri-
ate (behavior) even when off
duty," Bullock said. "We're not
anticipating resistance."
AFSCME Local 1716 union
president William Ward, how-
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Fisherman's Wharf
dock closed
John Konecnik's 433-
foot floating dock at
Fisherman's Wharf has
been closed by the city
of Venice fire depart-
ment. The dock was
never officially opened,
but boaters used it oc-
casionally.
Konecnik, who filed
bankruptcy in May, ran
afoul of city and county
officials early on in his
bid to develop luxury
waterfront condos and
the dock. In 2005, the
city denied his applica-
tion to build a 10-plus-
story waterfront condo
tower. The county said
it never signed off on
an agreement with state
officials over riparian
rights, and that the dock
was longer than permit-
ted.
Konecnik's permit for
the project expired more
than two years ago and
"no attempt has been ini-
tiated to obtain a proper
permit through the city
for fire code compli-
ance," according to Fire
Chief John Reed.
"These docks are
unsafe and patrons
continue to dock at the
facility even though it is
closed."

Pier committee
concludes work
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tee, led by Jim Leis, has
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meeting on May 27. The
committee identified
problems at the pier and
potential solutions.
The group, which
addressed trash, fight-
ing and other issues,
concluded the main
problem was a lack of
enforcement of rules
and ordinances. It
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up police patrols in the
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pier," Leis wrote in a June
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Without increased
police presence, the
committee suggested
hiring a pier master and
charging for admission.
City council has yet to
act on the committee's
recommendations.

Dog beach may
need 'Friends'
County staff are still
working on a response
to the city of Venice's re-
quest to explore expand-
ing Paw Park at Brohard
Beach. Pet enthusiasts
want to expand the park
southward 100 yards or
more.
"I think we are going to
strongly suggest (or) re-
quire a 'Friends' chapter
to really help manage the
dog beach because, while
many people follow the
rules, others do not,"
wrote Sarasota County
Parks Director John Mc-
Carthy'in a recent e-mail
to County Commissioner
Shannon Staub.
"We are thinking about
a trial expansion (like


Sidewalk cycling rights
By MONTY ANDREWS
GUEST WRITER
Confusion and misunderstanding still
seem to exist when it comes to whether a
bicyclist is permitted to ride on sidewalks.
According to state law, we are permitted to
do so.
This being the case, there are a few rules
cyclists must observe. Cyclists have the all
the rights and duties of a pedestrian. Howev-
.er, they must yield the right of way to pedes-
trians, and must give an audible warning be-
fore passing. Bicycles may not be propelled
by other than human power on sidewalks.
Sidewalks are not designed for bicycle
speeds. Therefore, caution and common
sense must be applied when riding. At signal-
ized intersections, the rider must obey the
pedestrian control signals. That is, you may
only cross during the steady walk light, if one
is displayed. This is violated much too often
by cyclists.
If no crossing signal is provided, the cyclist
may cautiously proceed with the green light
or follow appropriate signage.
To earn respect from vehicle drivers, we
must follow the rules for bicycling. When a
cyclist fails to observe the rules, this merely
provides more fodder for the drivers to not
accept us as roadway equals.
Ride safe, ride smart.


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dog beach) and con-
tingent on some sort of
volunteer group being
involved."
McCarthy said the
expansion may just
apply during the non-
turtle-nesting season,
"which may be fine
since human and dog
population declines in
the summer."
The idea would be to


expand the area
in the winter, and shrink
in the summer, he said.
Part of the problem
with extending the park
year-round has to do
with turtle monitoring.
Responding to Coun-
cil Member Sue Lang,
who asked what would
be involved regarding
turtle monitoring, Mote
Mdrine's Tony Tucker
said, "It seems likely that


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the city of Venice may
need to identify and ar-
range some monitoring
requirements in order for
the turtle nests to be pro-
tected in an expanded
dog beach."
A skeleton budget to
accomplish the re-
quests of a dog beach
volunteer group during
turtle season would be
nearly $10,000, he said,
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and $4,000 for installing
up to 40 additional nest
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Mosquito control, health services face shortfalls


By CAROL SAKOWITZ
ST AFF WRITER
This year, the budget prob-
lems for the Sarasota County
Commission and staff in-
clude revenues for mosquito
management and health and
human services.
A preliminary reportfrom
the county property ap-
praiser's office at the end of
May estimated the loss of
revenue at 9.77 percent from
last year.
Last year, the taxable
value in Sarasota County
was approximately $46.5 bil-
lion; this year it is down to
just under $42 billion.
Commissioners were told
during Tuesday's budget


workshop that the revenue
shortfalls would be $668,443
for mosquito management
and almost $1.9 million for
health and human services,
also known as contracted
human services.
The shortfall for hu-
man services came from a
$714,238 decrease in prop-
erty values, $646,468 from a,
fund balance used to bal-
ance a fiscal year 2010 gap
and the lack of $500,000
that was allocated last year
from the general fund by the
commissioners.
Mosquito management
revenue is expected to drop
$119,720 from last year.
The loss of revenue for


health and human services
affects county contracts
with nonprofit agencies to
provide services, according
to Commissioner Shannon
Staub.
She said the 0.1661 mill-
age rate for health and hu-
man services was dedicated
"so human services would
always have (funding) secu-
rity." A mill is $1 is taxes for
every $1,000 of a property's
assessed value.
"What we have to do
now," she said, "is to find
some extra money. This
year we have to try to find
$1 million minimum and
$668,000 for mosquito man-
agement."


Staub said commissioners
were aware this year would
be the one to handle both
issues.
Deputy CountyAdminis-
trator Dave Bullock, who
led the staff discussion,
said that bridging the gap
would mean a reduction in
expenditures or an influx of
revenue - or an increase in
millage.
Monday, Catherine C.
Antunes of Sarasota, a board
member of Sarasota Citizens
for Responsible Govern-
ment, filed a petition to run
with no party affiliation
against Commissioner Joe
Barbetta in the November
general election.


Sarasota Citizens for
Responsible Government
is one of the two groups
that have sued the county
and several commissioners,
incluidng Barbetta, over
alleged Sunshine Law viola-
tions in the deal to bring
the Baltimore Orioles to
Sarasota for spring training.
Stephen Aiken of Sara-
sota, who filed on Dec. 21,
is another candidate with
no party affiliation running
against Barbetta.
Barbetta faces no op-
ponent in the Republican
primary on Aug. 24.


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Venice Fire Department to replace inadequate air packs


By BROOKY BROWN
PROJECTS EDITOR
The Venice Fire
Department is writing
a grant to replace its
self-contained breathing
apparatuses, or air packs.
Currently, fire fighters
are using ones made by
Survivair. But as com-
plaints about the air
packs have arisen, Chief
John Reed thinks it's time
to get new packs from a


different company.
VPD Deputy Chief
Steve Kona said the
department has had a
lot complaints about the
Survivair air packs from
its firefighters.
"These air packs have
regulators on the masks
and the firefighters feel
they cannot get enough
air from them when they
are fighting fires," Kona
said. :


Venice firefighters
aren't the only ones who
have concerns about
these particular packs.
The St. Louis, Missouri,
fire department replaced
its Survivair packs after
two firefighters died
during a structure fire
in 2002. Two lawsuits
blamed the Survivair
packs.
One suit was settled
for between $2 million


and $5 million in 2006. In
the other case, the court
awarded the family a
fallen firefighter $27 mil-
lion, according to a story
in the St. Louis Post-Dis-
patch. The company has
appealed this decision.
Kona said an addition-
al inconvenience is that
the masks are no longer
serviced on this coast.
The cost of the new
packs is estimated to be


$230,000.,
"There are four on ev-
ery truck, six in the lad-
der trucks, two at each
station, and we have four
on the Hazmat truck,"
Kona said. "We also have
to have spares for train-
ing, and the brackets to
install them."
He said the bare mini-
mum number they need
is 38, but the department
would like to get 45.


As yet the VFD is un-
certain which manufac-
turer it will choose.
"Once we get the
funding, then we will
put it to bid," Kona said.
"The chief is trying to get
money that won't affect
our budget. We don't
have the money yet. It's
early in the process."
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have the new packs in 2011.
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Modern outdoor sculpture gift on hold


By GREG GILES
NEWs EDITOR
Naomi Voit, who of-
fered the city her collec-
tion of modern outdoor
sculptures upon her
death, has put the offer
on hold.
Voit was apparently
put off by Venice City
Council's decision to
accept an offer of a
stainless-steel manatee,
sculpture at West Blalock
Park in the Aboretumn
Council made the
decision June 8. In doing
so, it rejected the idea
of building out the park
further with additional
sculptures, and showed
ambivalence to creat-
ing a sculpture garden
elsewhere.
The Parks & Recreation
Advisory Board recom-
mended the city accept
Voit's gift in December.
When staff first showed
slides of her modern
sculpture collection to
council in January, there
was some hesitation
to act on the bequest,
largely because there


was no policy in place
governing ownership or
maintenance or other
conditions for accepting
gifts. Council instructed
staff and the parks board
to work on a gift policy,
setting aside a decision
on the artworks them-
selves.
There was also mixed
reaction to the modern
artwork.
The city' risk manager
had concerns of his own
(some of the pieces have
sharp edges) and rec-
ommended three of the
seven artworks be placed
in an area visible but not
accessible to the public.
"Hearing at Tuesday's
council meeting that the
manatee sculpture was
the 'first' sculpture ac-
cepted by the city council
did it," Voit wrote in re-
cent e-mails to the mayor
and Council Member Kit
McKeon, who serves as
council's liaison to the
Public Art Task Force.
"My outdoor sculp-
tures may go elsewhere.
I no longer feel that what
I have and value will be


of interest to those who
make decisions. I have
decided to put my offer
on hold."
Voit said she was
particularly frustrated
dealing with the Public
Art Task Force.
Voit, a fan of the
mayor, said she hopes
the city will reconsider
establishing a sculpture
garden in the future simi-
lar to'th6se at Sarasota
Bay.
'Artists from near and
far participate, and the
city buys some of those
shown," she said. "Big,
impressive, mostly mod-
ern - not a manatee
among them."
Mayor Ed Martin
responded to Voit via
e-mail, saying the city
would welcome her "gen-
erous gift of sculptures."
He encouraged Voit to
rethink her decision.
He asked James Hagler,
director of historical
resources, to get in touch
with Voit about fulfilling
her gift intention should
she still wish to present
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Judge: Stadium work can continue


By CAROL SAKOWITZ
STAFF W\mRI*I'I '

Twelfth Circuit Judge Robert
Bennett denied a request Wednes-
day for a temporary restraining
order to stop renovation work at
Ed Smith Stadium and Complex.
Two nonprofit groups, Sarasota ,
Citizens for Responsible Govern-
ment and Citizens for Sunshine,
had requested the court to stop
any construction, demolition or
other action at either Ed Smith
or Buck O'Neil Complex at Twin
Lakes Park.
The groups currently have a
lawsuit filed against the Sarasota
County Commission and commis-
sioners Joe Barbetta, Nora Patter-
son and Shannon Staub, alleging
state Sunshine Law violations dur-
ing the negotiations that brought
the Baltimore Orioles to Sarasota
County for spring training. That
trial is scheduled to start June 28
beforeBennett.
At stake in the Sunshine Law suit
is the future of the $31.2 million,


30-year deal between the county,
the city of Sarasota and the Ori-
oles.
In the hearing at the Robert L.
Anderson Administration Cen-
ter, Bennett said he denied the
petition for the temporary injunc-
tion because he is not able to
determine whether the plaintiffs
would be "substantially success-
ful" in their lawsuit. More impor-
tant, Bennett said, he did not find
Deputy County Administrator
Dave Bullock had "exceeded his
duties and responsibilities" when
he acted as the lead negotiator in
the talks that brought the Balti-
more Orioles to Sarasota County
for spring training.
Moreover, the judge said, the
commissioners "did not abdicate
(their) responsibility" to Bullock.
They did not make "a rubber-
stamp decision" on July 22, 2009,
when they approved the memo-
randum of agreement between
the county, the Orioles and the
city.
Bullock was a focal point in


Wednesday's hearing, with plain-
tiffs' attorney Gregg D. Thomas of
the Tampa law firm Thomas Lo-
Cicero & Bralow arguing that the
county commission had delegated
its responsibility to him. Deputy
County Attorney Rick Elbrecht put
Bullock on the stand and elicited
responses from him indicating the
negotiation process is part of his
job duties.
After Bennett ruled, Bullock
defined his role in the baseball
negotiations by saying "That's my
job."
He said he tried to answer ques-
tions in the hearing "as accurately
and as precisely as I can."
As a result of the ruling, "a cou-
ple hundred of people have a job
... working all summer," he said.
"The court made a thoughtful
decision consistent with the facts
and the law," said Alan Rifkin,
Orioles attorney. "We are pleased
to be able to proceed with the
project."

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FROM THE SARASOTA COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Sarasota County
Sheriff's Office is
searching for Michael
Ray Sharlow, date of
birth Sept. 30, 1980, last
known address 3471
Clark Road,
Apartment
269, Sara-
sota.
Sharlow
is a regis-
tered sexual
predator,
'having been SHARLOW
convicted
of sexual battery by an
adult on a victim un-
der 12 in 1999. He was
convicted in 2009 of
failing to report that he
didn't relocate after giv-
ing notice of his intent to


do so. He is currently on
probation under com-
munity control.
After a dispute with
his roommate this week
Sharlow removed his
monitoring bracelet and
fled the scene. Detectives
have obtained a warrant
for his arrest.
Sharlow is 5 feet 11
inches tall, weighs 215
pounds, and has hazel
eyes and a shaved head.
Anyone with informa-
tion on his whereabouts
is asked to call Criminal
Investigations at 861-
4900; leave an anony-
mous tip with Crime
Stoppers by calling 366-
8477 or going online to
www.sarasotacrime
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FROM PAGE 1
during the past six weeks.
But he already speaks
often in his new lan-
guage and he has shown
a remarkable capacity
for communicating his
needs, as well as his
love for his new family,
including a maternal
grandmother and cous-
ins he met four weeks
ago and paternal grand-
parents he met only last
week.
It's difficult to put into
words what it feels like
to become a father for
the first time at age 45.
At each milestone I've
reached during the past
11 years - engagement,
marriage and graduate-
school graduation - I've
felt like I joined a club.
Fatherhood is indeed the
ultimate club.
John, who calls me
Baba and his mother
Mommy, gives me a
sense of pride that fills
a hole that I have had in
my heart my entire adult
life, but rarely realized.
There is no greater joy
to me than watching his
face light up when I enter
a room, or watching him
grab our hands as the
three of us prepare to
walk together. That we
were unable to bond with
one another during the,
first five years of his life
makes this a very special
time.
"Baba and Mommy
and John!" he shouts
proudly. "Baba and
Mommy and John!"
This is no timid boy.
0*O
Becoming the father of
a 5-year-old has caused
me to reflect on my very
different life at his age.
While John was "alone"
in a large orphanage, my
sister Sheryl and I were
raised in Panama City by
two devoted parents. My
father, also named John,
was a forester with Inter-
national Paper Company,
and I have faint memo-
ries of him bringing
home rattlesnake rattles
and my wanting to place
my antique school desk '


next to his desk in his of-
fice. Today, my John and
I sit together in a large
chair and he watches
Chinese cartoons in one
window on a computer
monitor while I surf the
Web on another.
That circle is complete,
with many more to fol-
low.
In 1970 my father
entered an Episcopal
seminary at the Uni-
versity of the South. We
spent many weekends
over those three years
exploring caves, water-
falls, state parks and
other natural wonders of
eastern Tennessee. Se-
wanee is a unique place
in which to grow up, but
so is Venice. Teri-Jo, a na-
tive of Pennsylvania, and
I are thrilled that we are
raising John in Southwest
Florida.
Over the years Dad,
now a priest in DeFuniak
Springs, has taught me
many things, especially
the value of hard work,
respecting others and
self-reliance. He has
supported me in many
ways - and still does
- an especially difficult
task years ago during my
adolescence. Now all of
our relatives know how
important they are in
John's life and we hope to
raise him with the values
we were given.
***
Dad often took me
out on Saturdays to run
errands and "fix things,"
my mother, Sheila,
recalled recently. So it is
no surprise that John and
I already were spending
our Saturdays getting
things done - car wash-
es and oil changes --
before trips to the library
and downtown Venice
splash pad. Only now, I
am able to keep family
members and friends up-
dated about our adven-
tures via Facebook.
It's amazing to look at
our life here through the
eyes of a boy who just
spent nearly four years
inside a Chinese orphan-
age. Watching him, we


see signs that he can be
both self-reliant and very
needy, but also that he
was raised by the or-
phanage "nannies" to be
a giver. John now proudly
has many toys of his own,
but he shares them with
others and hands out
cookies and napkins at
church before taking his
own.
He is experiencing
so much input for the
first time. Early on John
learned to tell us he
wanted to go for a drive
- his favorite hobby -
by holding up two fists
like he's holding a steer-
ing wheel. I often wish I
could ask him to explain
what it feels like to have
so many new "things"
and to have quite a bit
more freedom than
before. But he might tell
me his early life without
much English is frustrat-
ing. He has watched a
mechanic change the
oil in the family car and
shrugged, wondering
how we would get home
with it on the rack.
John already has rid-
den a bicycle - with
training wheels - on
Venetian Waterway
Park, walked in the surf
at Caspersen Beach,
watched a tae kwon do
class in South Venice and
played pool at the South
County Family YMCA (he
swings the pool cue at
the cue ball.).
He studies things. John
watched children frolic
on the splash pad one
week, played on it the
next.
He looked at a toy
tractor kit and finished
assembling it using spare
parts when all of my
efforts to complete it by
reading the manufactur-
er's specific instructions
proved fruitless.
John was made in
China, and he didn't
come with manufac-
turer's instructions, but
on our first Father's Day
together, we're enjoying
the gift we were given.
escott@sun-herald.com


AUDITS: Restaurant comes under fire


BALKWILL: Sheriff deleted e-mails


FROM PAGE 1
Morgan Bentley, a
Sarasota attorney work-
ing on the case for the
Sarasota County Sheriff's
Office, said he would like
the judge to clarify some
points in his three-page
order.
"They are mostly
housekeeping issues,"
he said Thursday. "We
want to know what PHS
was looking for specifi-
cally in the e-mails. Do
they think Balkwill was
bribed or offered a job
as a consultant? They


knew Balkwill destroyed
evidence because we told
them. We need the judge
to clarify so we know if
we can rebut some of the
arguments during the
trial."
Bennett wrote that
Balkwill's tampering with
the public computer is
information that can be
used by attorneys in the
former sheriff's sched-
uled October civil trial,
in which he could face
fines.
If the Florida Depart-
ment of Law Enforce-
ment finds him at fault,


he could face criminal
charges.
Balkwill was offered
the chance to speak to
the judge at Tuesday's
hearing at the Sarasota
County Courthouse, but
declined.
Bentley said he has 10
days to file a motion for
a rehearing on the issue.
The judge is not obli-
gated to reconsider his
order.
Balkwill could not be
reached for comment.

eallen@sun-herald.com


MURDER: Suspect apprehended


FROM PAGE 1
Unit took Norris into
custody Friday after a
Crime Stoppers tip re-


vealed he was staying in
the 8800 block of Shu-
mock Avenue inr North
Port. He surrendered


without incident and was
booked into the Sarasota
County Jail, charged with
attempted homicide.


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did receive approval of
a color swatch by a city
building official.
Now the city is saying
the color is still under the
purview of the ARB.
"It is our determina-
tion that color is not an
exempt element from
regulatory standards gov-
erned within the. code,"
wrote City Manager Isaac
Turner in a letter to Car-
ney on June 9.
"We believe the confu-
sion may have arisen due
to the fact that the code
does not require a permit
application for a certi-
fication of architectural
compliance for color
alone. However, the code
does make clear that


color selection is, in fact,
governed by the adopted
color palette which is
included as part of the
Architectural Guidelines
Handbook. In review
of the color swatches
provided by you to the
building official, these
exhibits do not match
those found within the
adopted color palette.
"Because the, city was
unsure of both code re-
quirements and admin-
istrative remedies, we felt
it would be in the best
interest to delay other
zoning activity."
The zoning activity
Turner was referring to -
a sign variance applica-
tion - did proceed, but
the planning commission
voted it down Tuesday,


4-3. Carney is appeal-
ing the decision to city
council.
Meanwhile, the city
is seeking copies of "all
construction contracts,
all paid applications
submitted by contractors
and a project accounting
from the business owner,
the contractor and the
architect."
Turner suggested a
compromise might be to
paint the exterior within
a three-year period us-
ing an approved color.
Another possibility is
receiving a color variance
from the ARB.
"I believe an admin-
istrative remedy may
exist," Turner said.


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By HARLEIGH
RODRIGUEZ-CONNER
Linda Dinardo of
North Venice spends her
days dealing with other
people's pain.
"I help people to feel
a sense of inspiration.
I help them to lift their
spirit above the down-
ward pull of depression,"
said Dinardo, a Christian
Science grief counselor in
private practice.
Humans have been
dealing with grief since
the beginning of time.
Recently, however, there
has been an increase in
the number of people
who, like Dinardo, spe-
cialize in helping people
deal with this emotion.
There are reasons for
that, not the least of
which is the cost of cop-
ing with such an intricate
emotion. According to
government and pro-
fessional organization
surveys, grief-related
productivity losses cost
American business about
$75 billion a year.
Grief is a difficult emo-
tion to deal with, Dinardo
said.
That's because every-
one grieves in a differ-
ent way, so some people
need to see her more
often than others. She
said that her services are
tailored to each individu-
al, as a result. She meets
with some in person, and
some over the phone.
Though she lives in
North Venice, she will
travel to visit people
in their homes, in the
hospital, or wherever else
they need her.
She says she instills a
sense of hope in people
and gives them a way to
move forward. She ac-
cepts people "of all faiths
and no faith."
A process
There are many people,
however, who openly
wonder why there is a
need for grief counselors
since it is a basic human
emotion.
The pace of modern
life is one reason.
Cathy McClung, grief
specialist for Tidewell
Hospice, said that people
in today's society are
more rushed when it
comes to grieving.
McClung, together with
the grief counselors at
Tidewell, aims to help
people understand what
they are going through.,
They work to "validate
and normalize the griev-
ing process," she said.
Grief counselors work
to show people that the
depression that they feel,


the aches and pains, are
all regular parts of griev-
ing, she added.
"Grieving is a process,"
McClung said, "it can't be
rushed; it takes time."
Grief, she said, can
cause physical issues as
well as mental - griev-
ers can experience sleep
problems, changes in
appetite and tempera-
ment, mood swings, and
self-induced solitude.
Not only home life is
affected though; in rare
cases, people may be too
depressed to work. It is
difficult to focus when
one is grief-stricken. This
loss of focus and con-
centration is very costly
in the workplace, grief
counselors agreed.

Grief breaks
The loss of a loved one
is estimated to cost a
total of about $37.6 bil-
lion a year, whereas the
death of an acquaintance
costs about $7 billion a
year. And, perhaps most
surprising, the death
of a beloved pet costs
about $2.4 billion a year,
according to a series of
studies conducted by
the federal government,
research institutions and
professional organiza-
tions.
The most comprehen-
sive study in recentyears
was done in 2003 by au-
thors JohnW. James and
Russell Friedman and
published as "The 'Hid-
den Annual Costs of Grief
in America's Workplace"
by the Grief Recovery
Institute Educational
Foundation Inc.
According to a survey
by the federal govern-
ment, about 92 percent
of American companies
offer their employees
some form of bereave-
ment leave. However,
most companies offer
four days or fewer, ac-
cording to that survey,
while doctors recom-
,mend at least 10 days'
leave.
Professionals such as
Dinardo and McClung
recommend asking for
extra bereavement days
and for so-called "grief
breaks," which can be as
simple as walking away
from your desk to find
someone to chat with or
get a drink of water.
- There are companies
that offer more com-
prehensive grief-related
services. Hallmark Cards,
for example, has a pro-
gram in which employ-
ees volunteer to mentor
coworkers going through
traumas similar to their
own.


UNION: Policy questioned


FROM PAGE 1
ever, responded in writ-
ing on June 10, question-
ing the rule change.
"While we recognize
the value and merit of
discouraging dubious
and potentially harmful
employee behavior, we
do see some issues with
your proposal as present-
ed," Ward wrote.
"We feel that collab-
orative effort would yield
a better product than
a unilateral reaction to
anonymous communica-
tions."
The "anonymous com-
munications" in question
was a series of e-mails
from a suspected public
works employee asking
why another who alleg-
edly was convicted of a
DUI hadn't been disci-
plined.
Bullock said the com-
munications didn't play a
role in bringing forward
the proposed changes.


"Over the course of
the past several years we
have seen some of these
instances," he said.
Ward suggested for-
mally negotiating the
issue, saying the "city's
proposal seems punitive
in nature."
"We would suggest
a blending of educa-
tion, awareness, com-
mand emphasis, as well
as punitive measures,
to promote individual
employee responsibility,"
he wrote.
"In concept, we are
aligned. It is in the
procedure, process and
administration where we
diverge. We would like
to address this issue in a
collaborative effort."
Council considers the
rule changes Tuesday at
its regularly scheduled
meeting at 1:30 p.m. in
council chambers at city
hall.
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Sarasota County has
joined the U.S. Envi-
ronmental Protection
Agency's WaterSense
program to help consum-
ers save water for future
generations and reduce
utility bill costs.
WaterSense reduces
indoor and outdoor water
use through water-effi-
cient products and simple
water-saving practices.
The program encourages
customers to look for
WaterSense labeled prod-
ucts, which have been
independently certified
for efficiency and per-
formance, and promotes
water-saving techniques
that reduce stress on
water systems and the


environment.
"The EPA's WaterSense
program helps Americans.
save water and money by
offering simple ways to
reduce water use though
water-efficient product
choices," said Sheila
Frace, director of the EPA
Office of Water's Munici-
pal Support Division. "Us-
ing water more efficiently
can help delay the need
to create more supplies,
saving communities
money and resources,
as well as ensuring that
water will be available.for
future generations."
The average home,
retrofitted with water-
efficient fixtures, can
. save 30,000 gallons per
year. If one out of every
10 homes in the United


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efficient fixtures, it could
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lion gallons of water and
nearly $2 billion annually.
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proud to be a WaterSense
partner," said Theresa
Connor, executive direc-
tor of Environmental Ser-
vices. "We look forward to
working with our cus-
tomers to improve water
efficiency awareness and
promote WaterSense
labeled products and
water-saving practices
inside and outside the
home."
WaterSense labeled
products must meet EPA's
criteria for efficiency and
performance. Indepen-
dently tested and certi-
fied products bear the


WaterSense label, which
makes it easy for consum-
ers to identify and select a
variety of quality, water-
efficient products and
services for their homes
and lawns.
WaterSense, a partner-
ship program sponsored
by the U.S. Environmen-
tal Protection Agency,
seeks to protect the future
of our nation's water
supply by offering people
a simple way to use less
water.
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tion on WaterSense, and
for a full list of labeled
products and WaterSense
irrigation partners, visit
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OPINION


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BOB MUDGE
PHONE: 206-1101
bmudge@venicegondolier.com


OUR VIEW




Beware: Heat can be a killer


Pop quiz: If you totaled all the
deaths from hurricanes, tor-
nadoes, floods, earthquakes
and lightning strikes recorded in this.
country from 1979 to 2003 and com-
pared them to deaths from exposure
to extreme heat, which would be
higher?
Heat.
That's a factoid from the national
Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention, and it highlights our
overblown perceptions of the danger
of dramatic and high-profile phenom-
ena and the reality of dangers in the
mundane.
It's often the basics that trip us up.
And as spring slides into summer and
the temperature dial inches upward in
our hothouse environment, we may
have a tendency to overlook the need
to protect ourselves from the impact
of something as obvious as summer


heat.
So, let's remember: Stay cool. Be
careful.
People who have active lifestyles
and who are used to spending a lot of
time outdoors may be slow to real-
ize how much more energy they use
in June, say, compared to February.
People who play hard or work outside
need to be very careful about dehy-
dration.
People in higher-risk groups need to
take precautions.
Health professionals warn that older
people may be less likely to recognize
a spike in the thermometer. Elderly
people may also have health issues,
or take medications, that make them
susceptible to heat stroke or heat
exhaustion.
They need to be careful, and those
who care for them need to be more
aware of the need to exercise greater


caution.
The same holds for young children.
Kids are more sensitive to the heat
and they may not know enough to
slow down when it's hot out. Adults,
beware.
For everyone, there are health
basics. For the most part, it's common
sense:
* If you can, do not exercise strenu-
ously during the hottest part of the
day. Take your walks and bike rides
in the early morning and evening.
Remember Noel Coward's ditty about
"mad dogs and Englishmen in the
noonday sun"? Point well taken. You
also may detest a siesta, but there's
a good reason to chill when the sun
gets high overhead: It's healthier, by
George!
* If you have to work outside, don't
overdo it. Take it easy.
* Try to stay in shaded areas. Wear a


hat. While you're at it, wear sunglasses
and sunscreen too. And light clothing.
Don't think you're immune.
* Drink water. Drink water. Drink
water. Drink even if you don't feel
thirsty. Your body needs to be hydrat-
ed. But be careful of very, very cold
liquids; they can cause cramps.
* Be careful with pets. Do not leave
them in a car unattended. (Need we
say it? Also, don't leave children in a
car for any amount of time.) Be careful
walking your dogs when it's hot out.
They can't hold up in these conditions
either, and they can get overheated
easily. Hot pavement may be espe-
cially hard on their bare paws.
Above all else, remember the mi-
raculous invention of a century ago
that allows us to live comfortably
in this subtropical environment: air
conditioning.
May the cooler force be with you.


Tlhe 1AAMi OKAY... GET REAPY TO YELL
HAPPY FATHER'S DAY !!


has some gall OOSO
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tell the senators that enough
. is enough. The time to say it,
however, was a year ago, when
you had the opportunity, not
now, when you no longer have
any leverage, and the momen-
tum to do something about ---
health-care reform is, predict-


JULIO GONZALES
Recently, I receive(
e-mail from the AMi
roots organization a
I contact my senator
him "enough is enou
the issue of permanE
the physician's Medi
bursement formula
In its letter, the AI\
the blame squarely c
Senate and asks phy
partner with it in its
influence the Senate
pairing the ills that p
Medicare system.
Now, as physician,
another threat of a 2
cut in reimbursement
Medicare services ai
with yet another sto
ments by the Center
icaid and Medicare
for services they hav
rendered and contain
provide to our senio
disabled, I felt comp
answer the e-mail in
"Dear Sir:
"The AMA should
never agreed to part
endorsement of the
Protection and Affor
Act without obtaining
manent SGR correct
AMA had some semi
leverage then; now i
"Members like me
pleading with you, t
not to accept anythi
a permanent solution
'ing SGR when partic
in negotiations rega
health care reform b
position] was even ii
as an AMA resolution
AMA folded (disrega
own resolution) for f
being allowed a seat
table.
"Now, you are bac
going for a permanent
bursement correction
the $1 trillion has al
been allocated on hf
reform.
"Now you're not g
your correction, but
the Senate's fault an
than it is yours throi
inept representation
cians.
"You have failed, t
the Democrats with
you were negotiating
they want, and youE
holding the bag, and
"Yes, physicians n


ably, gone.
"Thanks for letting us down,
again, AMA. Thanks for letting
the fear of not having a seat
d an at the table overwhelm the
A grass- strength of your convictions."
sking that A few months ago, my com-
r and tell ments regarding the devastat-
igh" over ing effects the Patient Protec-
ently fixing tion and Affordable Care Act
care reim- would have on health care to
(the SGR). seniors were locally published.
iA places My premise was that ignor-
on the ing issues of tort reform and a
sicians to permanent fix to the physician
efforts to reimbursement formula would
into re- negate any progress that could
leaguee the have been accomplished by a
concerted health-care reform
s face yet effort because such legislation
.1 percent was failing to address the pri-
nt for mary strains affecting the very
nd dealing people tagged with providing
p in pay- health care.
r for Med- At the time, my comments
Services were called "self-serving"
ve already 'despite the fact that physi-
tue to clans in Florida have faced
rs and the an inflation-corrected cut in
elled to reimbursement of 44 percent
this way: since 1992; Florida faces a
physician workforce shortage
have that is being compounded by
icipation/ premature retirements and a
Patient net emigration of physicians
rdable Care from the state, and the state
ig the per- faces an increasingly difficult
ion. The time recruiting physicians
balance of primarily because of issues
t does not. of reimbursement and tort
have been reform. However meritless the.
he AMA, "self-serving" .charge may be, it
ng short of is an easy one to fire at a physi-
nh regard- cian who dares speak about
cipating issues of reimbursement.
rding the However, months after the
ills. [The passage of the Patient Protec-
nstituted tion and Affordable Care Act,
n. Yet the we still have no solution to
irding its perhaps what should be the
fear of not government's greatest priority
at the in health care: the care of our
seniors and of our disabled.
k to beg- Our Congress continues to
it reim- leave unaddressed the alleg-
)n when edly "self serving" issues that
ready fuel the health of our physician
ealth-care workforce, and continues to
view with wanton disregard
going to get the precarious vulnerability
it is not in which Florida's health care
y more finds itself.
ugh your One can only hope that this
a of physi- state will continue to have one
of those "self-serving" physi-
AMA. Now cians around when the time
whom ' comes to need one.


SHOULD VENICE HOLD ITS 'STATE OF THE CITY' EVENT AGAIN? CALL US AT 207-1111.


License check. Your article
today that said you don't need
a license at the fishing pier. I
believe that's false. I believe
you have to have a license if
you're older than 16 anywhere.
Editor's Note: A saltwater
fishing license isn't required
when fishing from a pier with
a valid pier saltwater fishing
license.
Junk mail. I'm sick and tired
of receiving and paying for
with my taxes all the expense
of the brochures Buchanan
mails time and time again. As
for the phone calls, I called
today to stop him from bother-
ing me again. I heard today on
TV about what he said about
the recent Supreme Court
nominee. I never knew or
thought he was a bigot.
Enforce them. Yes, I think
the color standards in the city'
of Venice should be enforced.
That hideous blue building
and that puke green building
on the corner of Venice Avenue
and 41 do not add a thing to
the city of Venice.
Fresh start. I see the neigh-
borhood coalition in Gulf
Shores and some in the Golden
Beach area are back at it again.
Now that council has decided
to work with the FAA for our
little airport to grow, these
members have bombarded our
Let'em Have It to try to undo it.
I hope it won't happen. We have
spent so much money. They
should have done this much
sooner. I hope we can start
fresh with a whole new group
who will support our airport.
Likes it. These are comments
on the question: How do you
like the new look of the paper?
I like it. You have more white
space between good-size type,,
and that makes for pleasant
reading. The pictures on the
Photo Album page seem to be
printed with better resolution.
The feature, Best Bet Under the
Sun, had a wonderfully sharp
photo of a hibiscus. It would
have been lovely had it been
rendered in color. Why waste
good ink on color photos of
those in the Police Beat? You
need not underscore their 15
minutes of infamy with color


Let 'em


Have It


photos. And, please, fewer
details of their unsavory be-
havior. This is not the National
Enquirer.
Tea time. For the record,
George Bush is not a tea party.
favorite. People should stop
drinking the Kool-Aid and
taste the tea.
Easy fix. About a sewage
system in South Venice: To
me it would make more sense
to leave the septic tanks and
have a mandatory clean-out
every two years, or whatever is
needed. If they're not able to be
cleaned out and people think
it's too much of a cost, then put
it on their tax bill like garbage
pick-up. The ditches will stay
clean and you wouldn't have
the smell and the runoff. That's
a lot of money for each hom-
eowner to pay since the septic
systems are there -- that's the
easiest solution.
Let it go. If the paper shrinks
much more, it's only going to
be useful to line my birdcage
since it's getting so small and
full of ads. Let's get rid of that
Let's Go. Remember, there are
lots of people in Venice who do
not have cars and don't want
to drive all the way to Punta
Gorda or Port Charlotte to
eat or to go to entertainment.
You're not going to attract
many people in Venice by


having all of those ads about
Punta Gorda and Port Char-
lotte. That's where you seem to
be attracting people to go and
the people of Venice will not be
attracted to go there. Whatever
happened to our dear little
Venice paper? It looks like a
great big tabloid. My opinion
of the new newspaper is, I'm
afraid, not very flattering.
Editor's Note: The Let's Go!
section runs in all our papers,
so people in other areas have
to tolerate Venice ads too.
Self-trimming? I'm calling
to agree with the letter about
the palm trees on Albee Farm
Road. I've called several times
in the past in regard to how
desperate those trees are. I've
lived at Bird Bay for seven
years and I don't think they've
been trimmed once in the
seven years I've lived here. I've
tried to speak to someone in
the city, in the county and in
the state about these palms
and I never got anywhere with
it. All I got was everything was
underbudgeted, understaffed
and they weren't able to do
anything with those trees-
that the fronds just fall down
and trim themselves. Wells
that's not the case with these
trees on Albee Farm Road.
Anything that could be done
to take care of this, I would
certainly appreciate it. Albee
Farm Road is one of the main
entrances into Venice. People
coming in look at those trees
and think, good grief, this is
a poor, desperate little town.
Hopefully, this phone call will
get some action.
Turned off. I'm calling about
the Landmark Restaurant
that's being restored. Why is it
that City Hall spends money
and time to select certain ap-
proved colors that can only
be used in the Venice histori-
cal section and then are not
followed? Color books can be
looked at in City Hall and the
library and people comply
with them. Along comes the
old Landmark Restaurant, and
that color is not on the color
list. What a turn-off for eating.
Henceforth, I shall refer to it as
the Pea Soup Bistro.


g got what
are still left
d so am I.
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Julio Gonzalez is an ortho-
pedic surgeon at Orthopaedic
Center of Venice.


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Need to take the lead

Editor:
I was disappointed in
the lack of details in the
president's speech on the
Deepwater Horizon oil
spill.
Calling for an escrow
account, preparing for
lawsuits and deciding
how much to charge BP
are all end-stage strate-
gies. The daily reports on
how close the spill is get-
ting to our coast, and the
damage that we may suf-
fer, have only served to
make us all nervous. This
is like knowing a mete-
orite will hit your house'
and the only information
you get is how close it
is getting and when you
can collect from your
insurance .company.
I am more concerned
about proactively pro-
tecting our coast than I
am in billing BP for the
cost. We will do that later.
Right now we need to
fight to keep the oil from
reaching our shores.
I have hand-delivered
a letter to Gov. Crist ask-
ing him, and our state
agencies, to take the lead
in protecting our shores.
We should be able to re-
spond quicker if we have
autonomy.
I am not ready to give
up on prevention and just
go right to the lawsuit
stage. I am not willing to
turn over the protection
of the Gulf of Mexico to a
foreign-owned company
while we stand by and
hope for the best. No one
cares about Florida more
than we do.
We need action. I urge


the governor to take the
lead, work with the Coast
Guard, DEP Fish and
Wildlife, and every agency
we have. I know that we
have the talent, the work-
ers and the will to solve
our own problems.
I am not willing to
stand on the shore with
a garbage bag waiting
to pick up tar balls and
hoping that the foreign
company that created
the problem will help us.

Nancy C. Detert
Florida State Senator
District 23

Not just a writer

Editor:
Being snowbirds and
classic car owners, my
wife Nancy and I always
look forward to com-
ing to Venice to enjoy
the classic car cruises
and shows. I also enjoy
reading the Sun's Wheels
section "You Auto Know"
by Don Royston. This
year was the first time I
brought my 1940 Ford
pickup down so I could
participate in the shows.
About twomjonths
ago I had the pleasure
of meeting Don Royston
at the North Port Auto
Zone, at which I received
the Best of Show trophy.
Don interviewed me and
took pictures of my truck.
Since then I have devel-
oped heart problems and
was admitted to Venice
. Regional Medical Center.
This was a major shock to
me and caused me to feel
very depressed.
On the Saturday before
my open-heart surgery,


DEREK DUNN-RANKIN
Good morning.
Bright blue skies, the
temperature in the mid-
90s - our South Florida
summer. I love it.
If this is your first or
second summer here, you
may be muttering, "The
heat, the humidity, how
do you stand it?" As a boy
in the late '30s and early
'40s, when the only air
conditioning was at the
Ritz, Colony or Lincoln
theaters, those summer
days when the sweat
rolled down our bare
backs and the asphalt
became too hot for even
our toughened bare feet
were the best months of
the year.
Maybe the summer
sun coincided with our
escape from the prison of
school and the respon-


sibility of homework.
Sunscreen had not been
invented and a deep sum-
mer tan that lasted into
the winter was associated
with freedom.
Our house in Surf-
side, at the north end of
Miami Beach, was across
the street from a narrow
empty lot on the Intra-
coastal Waterway, with a
rotting wooden seawall
that was a remnant of
the Florida.boom of the
1920s. Fiddler crabs,
no two alike, with their
varied patterns of color,
scrambled on the muddy
shoreline.
One summer, with
paper route savings, we
acquired an Old Towne
canoe with a few broken
ribs and a hole in the
canvas bottom. We fash-
ioned new ribs, patched
the canvas and gave her a
new coat of green marine
paint.
Our water world had
been the ocean. Now it
became the bay.
The canoe had a set of
lee boards, a short mast
and a lateen sail that
made excursions as far as


It's change,

Editor:
We're about
into the chang
ised during the
and I wonder h
ing for most An
I for one feel
short-changed
- _1- A__1 ...


our children, our grand-
children and those yet
unborn who will pay
for the unsustainable
generational thievery
heaped upon us by the
unprincipled actions of
our elected "leaders."
Trillions spent on a
"stimulus" bill that has
not stimulated anything
but more government
bureaucrats and more
burden for taxpayers.
Money we don't have
being spent on things
we don't need - 17,500
earmarks straight from
the pork barrel.
And then there's the
atrocious health-care bill
that an overwhelming
number of the American
people do not want, and
said so. That did not mat-
ter to the White House,
Senate and House, all of


Gibb Brownlie
Nokomis

You want to talk racism?

Editor:
President Obama and
his fellow Democrats, in
an effort to placate a vot-
ing block, are once again
on the wrong side of a
social issue.
Today the Democrats'
engineered wrath is
directed at Arizona Gov.
Jan Brewer. In an attempt
to quell the onslaught of
violent crime and havoc
that Mexican drug cartels
have imposed on her
state, the governor has
passed a bill that sup-
ports the enacting and
enforcing of existing fed-
eral immigration laws in


Baker's Haulover Pass and
beyond within our reach.
Just across from the
empty lot that was our
launch ramp was a large
mangrove island. Deep
in the center of the island
was a pine hammock.
At high tide we could
maneuver our canoe
along a slight slough with
a reddish tinge from the
mango roots. We called it
Blood Creek and traveled
it to what became our
secret camp on the pine-
needle blanket among the
quiet pines,
Our parents were a little
nervous when we decided
to camp out overnight
on the island. We went in
the late afternoon as the
high tide beganto ebb.
We were bedding down as
darkness fell.
A series of gunshots
rang out. The bullets
sounded close.
We decided to hug the
ground until the firing
stopped. We could not tell
where they came from
- we thought from the
direction of the tow., but
we were not sure if it was
someone actually in the


swamp. We hoped it was
target practice and not a
mad killer on the loose.
Next we saw a bright
light from the town shore
and heard a policeman
on a megaphone asking
if we were all right. We
hollered that we were.
Our father came on the
megaphone and told
us to come back in. We
replied that we could not
get out until the next high
tide. There were no more
shots.
We eventually fell
asleep. I am not sure our
parents did. The shooter
remained unidentified.
It was probably one of
the guards at the German
prisoner-of war camp just
north of us shooting fish.
While I was in the Army
and college, the man-
grove island disappeared
and became the town of
Bay Harbor Island.
Cement seawalls, faded
black asphalt and the
rectangles of concrete
block apartments, offices
and stores have swal-
lowed our hideaway, but
summer is still my time
of year.


Nancy surprise
a copy of Don's
about my truc]
ticle had a maj
ing effect on m
before surgery.
Having found
from my wife a
hospitalization
since contact
times to check
cuperation. I w
to thank Don p
for being more
a columnist, bi
caring person.


Study first,

Editor:
Congratulati
the Gondolier
encouraging th
to follow the la
hold mandates
hearings on pu
water and sewer
Because there
ey in it, the poa
be are working
solution prior 1
the problem. T
the money of t


ed me with which put on a disgust-
s article ing display of how to
k. The ar- "back-room deal" a bill
or uplift- through.
ty outlook And the arrogance of
our president, senators
d out and congressmen and
about my women who admitted
i, Don has they did not even read
d me a few the bills before cramming
on my re- them down our throats.
vould like They should all be sent
publiclyy to a "no one left behind"
than just class to learn to read.
ut a truly Well, we got change
all right, but my bet is
no one in the electorate
Dave Lefebre thought we would roar
Venice down the road to social-
ism like a run-away train.
all right If we do not re-establish
some semblance of the
checks and balances our
15 months forefathers wisely built
e promo- into our government, we
e prom- p are doomed to remain
campaign subjugated by the ter-
ow ericans rible troika now ruling
mericans. from their dictatorial
we were thrones in Washington.
. .s- God bless America.


The President is look-
Dennis Dodd ing for an" __ to kick"
Nokomis but hasn't even talked to
the BP CEO. The Interior
then fix Secretary wants to "step
on the neck of BP."
Is a bankrupt BP Cor-
ons to portion better able to fix
Sun for the oil leak? Meanwhile,
ie county China is about to buy
w and controlling interest in BP,
d public which is now an English
blic-paid corporation.
er benefits. Is this the result we
re is mon- want? Will it be easier
wers-that- to deal with China or an
on the English corporation?


to defining
hey want
he answer


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the Grand Canyon State.
Feigning outrage,
Democrats - ignor-
ing the unprecedented
increase in crime that
influenced Brewer's
decision - have cho-
sen to play politics with
Arizona's crisis and have
purposely misrepresent-
ed the governor's actions,
labeling her a racist for
having the audacity to
enforce federal legisla-
tion that protects the
citizens of her state.
Democrats shamefully
contend that this decision
is a direct assault not on
the criminal element of
the Mexican cartels, but
on all Hispanics. But this
current example of derelic-
tion of duty, by placing the
agenda of the Democratic
Party before the welfare of
the people, pales in com-
parison to the Democrats'
actions in 1921, a time in
American history when
two lynchings were occur-
ring every week.
In an effort to end
lynchings, Republican,
Rep. L.C. Dyer of Mis-
souri put the Dyer
Anti-lynching Bill before
Congress, making lynch-
ing a federal felony.
The bill was stopped
from passage by the
Democratic-controlled
Senate to appease its
white Southern block,
allowing the heinous
atrocity of lynching to
continue unabated.


before we understand
the question.
To argue that "their"
engineering designed
and approved septic
systems pollute the water
is unproven and far-
fetched, an unscientific
assumption to justify
project expenditures.
In proper scientific re-
search, you must define
the problem first, then
research alternatives
and finally pick the most
cost-effective solutions.
The South Venice
Environmental Research
Group has already spent
considerable time re-
searching where pollution
comes-from and goes.
Stormwater runoff
with unburned hydrocar-
bons is a natural factor
that is ignored because
you cannot tax it or its
creator.
Sewer technology
has no leaching field
to oxidize, eliminate or
filter harmful bacteria
and adds to high-rise
density, adding to human
pollution and destroying
pristine environment.

Egan Tancre
South Venice

Muddled thinking

Editor:
Something is wrong
with the thought process
in the current federal
administration!


SUN NEWSPAPERS 9A


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By ED SCOTT
STAFF WRITER
The Sarasota County
Commission reached
consensus to keep the
countywide millage rate
for the next fiscal year
at the current rate, 3.384
mills, at Wednesday's
budget workshop.
Commissioners will vote
on the rate July 13. The fis-
cal year begins Oct. 1.
A mill is $1 in taxes for
every $1,000 of a prop-
erty's assessed value.
Keeping the millage
rate the same would en-
sure no tax hike for resi-
dents, who have already
been hit with plummet-
ing property values.
"We're hoping the
economy will start turning
around, but we are pleased
that we have done some
proactive planning in
previous years that has al-
lowed us to keep the mill-
age the same as last year
and have no reductions in
levels of service," Sarasota
County Commissioner
Shannon Staub said.

Nuisance
abatement
Through recent efforts
to establish a Neighbor-
hood Watch program,
residents of Nokomis East
are "getting to know each
other better and working
more as a team," resident
Bruce Dillon wrote in a
recent e-mail to county
commissioners. But the
people who would com-
mit crimes in their neigh-
borhood have "adapted to
the increased scrutiny."
"Unfortunately, a nui-
sance-abatement board
sounds like a tool the good
folks of my neighborhood
could use in their tool kit
right now," Dillon wrote in
another e-mail. "I under-
stand the reluctance to
add that layer to what you
all currently oversee."
Dillon acknowledged
that an NAB - a citizen
group that the commis-
sion could empower
to take administrative
actions against hom-
eowners - might end up
being like "a viper with a
head on each end." But
he urged commissioners
to revisit the issue.
During a wide-ranging


discussion of Sheriff Tom
Knight's budget Wednes-
day, Commissioner Nora
Patterson did just that.
While saying that now is
"a terrible time to think of
starting a new program,"
Patterson said she had
promised to bring the
issue back to commission-
ers because residents were
concerned about crime in
their neighborhoods.
"The Bee Ridge neigh-.
borhood continues to feel
like they have two or three
houses where the land-
lords are very irresponsible
about who they lease to,
and that they have be-
come just perpetual places
for people to deal drugs
out of," Patterson said. "I
know the sheriff is working
op all those issues. I'm not
saying they are not. The
folks are feeling like for
years the same problems
have been going on."
The city of Sarasota
adopted an ordinance that
provides for the establish-
ment of nuisance abate-
ment boards some years
ago. According to informa-
tion in a county document,
when illegal activities
reoccur, the homeowner is
taken before the city NAB.
"If the activity contin-
ues, the city takes over the
property," the document
states. "If the owner has
renters in the property,
you will normally see a
change in occupancy."
Patterson suggested that
commissioners discuss
the issue and consider
that the county start a
pilot program, establish-
ing nuisance-abatement
boards where appropriate.
Commission Chair Joe
Barbetta reminded Pat-
terson that in April com-
missioners gave Knight
"eight to nine months"
to address the issue of
neighborhood crime and
its relationship to homes
where illegal activities
occur repeatedly.
Knight said the plan his
department established
includes neighborhood pa-
trols and having residents
take more responsibility
for their communities, in
cooperation with his office.
"We've been in there,"
Knight said. "I rode with
a deputy a few months
ago down in Nokomis. I'm


aware of that area. There
are certain things legally
we have the authority to
do, and then it comes to
a point where we can't
do any more, but are we
making a lot of charges
and arrests in those com-
munities? Absolutely.
"I think we've made
quite a bit of a difference.
I don't know if we are
able to move those per-
sons ... without having an
NAB. Time will only tell."
Patterson said that it's
difficult to go to neighbor-
hood meetings and "have
people essentially crying
for help." But in the end,
three commissioners -
Barbetta, Staub and Jon
Thaxton - said they were
comfortable continuing to
give Knight the opportu-
nity they promised him to
deal with neighborhood
crime issues before talking
more about NABs.
Meanwhile, commis-
sioners had few specific
comments about Knight's
proposed $87.1 million
budget for fiscal year 2010-
11, which he said "is prob-
ably a very efficient bud-
get. We knew when I took
office (in 2009) ... that we
were going to have to be
more ... business-oriented"
due to the recession. "I feel
like I've done that."
- The sheriff's office's pro-
posed budget for 2009-10
was $86.4 million.

escott@sun-herald.com


School board candidate wants more dialogue


County commission



holds mileage rate


REGULAR MEETING
VENICE CITY COUNCIL
June 22, 2010 - 1:30 P.M.
This meeting will be broadcast on Comcast Channel 189 on Wednesday,
June 23, 2010, & Saturday, June 26, 2010 at 9:30 a.m. The entire
meeting will also be broadcast on Monday, June 28, 2010 at 9:00 on
Access 19 (Comcast Channel 19) (Verizon Channel 32). For further
information, log on to www.venicegov.com.
I. PROCLAMATION
Presented to Fred Derr, Member, Mote Marine Laboratory's
Board of Trustees, Designating June 13 - 19, 2010 as Mote
Marine Laboratory Week In Honor of Mote's 55th
Anniversary
II. PRESENTATION
Kevin Lingard, President, Sertoma Club of Venice to Present
to the City of Venice a $10,000.00 Check for the 4th of July
Fireworks Display
III. CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION
Certificate of Completion from the Advanced Institute for
Elected Municipal Officials to Councilmember Sue Lang
IV. BOARD REAPPOINTMENT
Municipal Code Enforcement Board: Robert Young to Serve
another Term from July 1,2010 until June 30,2013
V. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Regular Meetings: May 11 and 25,2010
VI. NEW BUSINESS
A. PRESENTATION
Fire Chief John Reed: Oil Spill Preparedness
B. ORDINANCE - FIRST READING
Ordinance No. 2010-11, Amending the Code of Ordinances
Chapter 98, Floods, Article II, Flood Damage Prevention,
Division 1, Generally, Section 98-31, Definitions and Section
95-35, Compliance with Chapter and Other Regulations,
Division 2, Administration, Section 98-64, Application for
Building Permit; Certification of Elevation, and Division 3,
Flood Hazard Reduction, Section 98-82, Specific Standards
C. RESOLUTION
Resolution No. 2010-14, Amending the City of Venice
Personnel Procedures and Rules, 2009 Edition,Table of
Contents, Section 1.5, Employee Categories; Section 1.7,
Workweek; Section 1.9, Payroll; Section 1.11, Anniversary
Date; Section 1.13, Performance Review; Section 1.14,
Promotions/Reclassiflcatlons; Section 1.19a, Employment
Inquiries and References; Section 1.21, Employee Conduct
and Discipline; Section 1.34, Standby Pay; Section 2.4, Sick
Leave; Section 2.5, Discretionary Leave Issues; and Section
2.14, Workers' Compensation.
VII. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
ORDINANCES - FINAL READING AND PUBLIC HEARING
2010-05, Amending the Code of Ordinances, Chapter 74,
Utilities, Article I, In General (Proposed Utility Rate
Increases)
VIII. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS
City Manager - Consent Items:
ITEM 1 - Requests City Council authorization for the
acceptance of State Clean Energy Grant Program funds,
subject to the award of funds in the amount of $500,000.00.
ITEM 2 - Requests City Council authorization for the Mayor's
execution of the Interlocal Agreement between Sarasota
County and the City of Venice for Community Development
Block Grant Program to allow future funding through the
Sarasota Consortium.
ITEM 3 - Requests City Council authorization for the Mayor's
execution of a City of Venice letter of support to Mr. Clayton
H. Wilder, Office of Criminal Justice Grants, for the
designation of countywide Justice Assistance Grant funds
in the amount of $194,682.00 to the Juvenile Assessment
Center.
UPCOMING MEETINGS
Environmental Task Force: June 23 at 2:30 p.m.
Architectural Review Board: June 24 at 9:00 a.m.
Municipal Code Enforcement Board: July 1 at 9:00 a.m.
Planning Commission: July 6 at 1:30 p.m.
Architectural Review Board: July 8 at 9:00 a.m.
Board Vacancies: The City of Venice needs volunteers to
serve on the Citizen Oversight and Citizen Tax Committees,
Construction Board of Adjustment and Appeals, Economic
Development Task Force, Environmental Task Force, Historic
Preservation Board, Municipal Code Enforcement Board,
Parks and Recreation Advisory Board and the Venice
Housing Authority. If you are interested in serving on a City
of Venice Advisory Board, please contact the Mayor's office
at 486-2626, Ext. 23003 for an application and additional
information. Applications are also available on the city
website, http://www.venicegov.com.
CITY BUSINESS
The agenda materials can be viewed on http://
www.venicegov.com. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader
to open the file.
Information on city projects In progress or pending, as well
as questions related to doing business with the City, may be
obtained by calling the Purchasing Department at 486-2626,
Ext. 26016.
Venice Views, the City's 30-minute television show, will air
Wednesday at 3:00 and 6:30 p.m. on Comcast Channel 189.
The City of Venice Code of Ordinances Is available on the
Internet at http://www.munlcicode.com.
54389401


By CHRISTINE HAWES
SUN CORRESPONDENT
Communication and
dialogue are the key words
to describe Joe Neunder's
approach to pursuing the
Sarasota School Board Dis-
trict 1 seat currently held
by Carol Todd.
"We need more parental
involvement, more com-
munication between our
administrators, parents
and teachers," said Neun-
der, 33, who filed for the
seat earlier this month. "I
really want to engage in
dialogue with the faculty
members, the administra-
tors and the parents."
Neunder joins Barry
Woolf in challenging Todd,
a 12-year incumbent on
the board. The Pine View
School graduate said the
biggest way he would
improve communication
is by doing a better job of
listening.
"I'd like to do a lot more
of that," Neunder said," or
at least more of that than
the current school board is
doing at the moment."
Neunder will open his
own chiropractic busi-
ness later this year. He is
currently the education
director at the Meridian
Career Institute in Sarasota.
He said he was inspired to
run for school board when
he returned to Sarasota
after earning his degree at
a Georgia college.
"I owe it to myself and
my son and to the kids of
this county to do the right
things," Neunder said.
"My perspective ivould be
unique and beneficial to
long-term achievement, to
setting goals, to helping our
students, my son and all of


his peers to compete for a
global infrastructure that is
ever harder to compete in."
The biggest way Neun-
der said he would improve
communication would
be to encourage teachers
and parents to hold more
frequent parent-teacher
conferences and to more
frequently discuss their
children's education. He
has also suggested forming
more advisory committees
to help the school district
in its decision-making.
He said his current
experience as an education
director prepares him well
to take on many school
board tasks, including
performance measure-
ment, needs assessment
and goal-setting for student
achievement. Neunder also
feels his experience as a
competitive swimmer has


endowed him with unique
determination and the will-
ingness to "put the time in."
The 1-mill school tax ref-
erendum, one of the most
divisive issues for people
in the school district, did
not rank on Neunder's list
of high-priority issues to
research. The tax extension
was approved by voters in
March.
Neunder said he "hadn't
really had a chance to dig
my teeth into that yet," and
said without studying the
"minutiae and finer points,
I haven't really swung one
way or the other on that."
He does intend to focus
on fiscal responsibility and
on ways to keep not just
teachers, but administrators
and parents, more account-,
able for student success.
The primary election is
Aug. 24.


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POLICE BEAT

Broken-heart arson
A spurned woman paid her
former boyfriend's apartment
a visit. Unfortunately, he was
home.
According to a Venice Police
Department report, VPD
detectives allege that Amanda
Howard set on fire a T-shirt
and sandals belonging to her
former boyfriend at his apart-
ment on Airport ,. -
Avenue about
3:45 a.m. on Nov.
26, 2009.
Between mid-
night and 2 a.m.,
she was at the Old
Venice Pub when
she received a
phone call from
the ex-boyfriend. She also
talked with his new girlfriend.
That's when she became upset.
Witnesses at the bar saw her
crying, and she told them her
ex-boyfriend had broken her
heart. She also talked about
having his T-shirt.
At first when Howard was
questioned she said she put
the T-shirt and sandals in front
of his door at 1:30 a.m. but de-
nied setting them on fire. She
couldn't explain why she was
at his apartment so late, and
eventually admitted setting the
items on fore, saying she didn't
believe they could ignite the
apartment door.
They did, however. Neigh-
bors extinguished the fire
before it could engulf the
apartment.
She told detectives her ex-
boyfriend was awake when she
was there, so he could have
crawled out a window if the
fire had gotten out of control.
The detective told Howard


he believed that she didn't
want people to get hurt, and
it was a matter of being upset
and a T-shirt was burned and
that was it.
She said, "Them were my
feelings, yes."
Howard, 38, 1000 block Pine-
land Ave., Venice, was arrested
and charged with first-degree
arson of an occupied dwelling.
Bond was denied.

Mean machine
An evening walk almost
turned deadly for a man and
his mother.
According to a Sarasota
County Sheriff's Office report,
a man and his 76-year-old
mother were taking their eve-
ning walk near their home on
Durian Road about 7 p.m. on
April 14. As they were walk-
ing north, they saw James J.
Cawley walking his dog. They
recognized him
as the man who
allows his dog
to urinate and
defecate on a
neighbor's lawn.
The man had
confronted
Cawley about this CAWLEY
during a prior in-
cident. He said Cawley verbally
abused him on that occasion.
Since that incident, the man
said, Cawley has walked by
their house numerous times
yelling obscenities and insults.
On their walk, the two
victims walked by Cawley's
house, and apparently that
angered him. On their return
walk along the left side of the
2600 block of Englewood Road,
Cawley drove his Ford F-150
pickup truck toward them and


shouted foul language and
used hand gestures toward
them. He drove past them,
turned around and drove at
them.
Both victims said they feared
for their lives because it ap-
peared Cawley was trying to
hit them with the truck. They
continued to walk home and
Cawley continued to drive by
them shouting obscenities.
Cawley, 41, 100 block Oneida
Road, Venice, was arrested and
charged with two counts of ag-
gravated assault with a deadly
weapon without intent to kill.
He was denied bond.

Venice Police
Department arrests'
* Mario Eugenio, 30, Kinisco
St., Venice. Charge: possession
of drug paraphernalia. Bond:
$120.
* Shanna Furniss, 29, 5400
block Kenisco Road, Ven-
ice. Charge: possession of a
controlled substance (Xanax).
Bond: $1,000.
* Warren Rocco DeMartino,
41, 600 block Circlewood
Drive, Venice. Charge: driv-
ing while license suspended.
Bond: $120.
* Katherine Alenduff, 23, 100
block Kenwood Ave., Nokomis.
Charges: two counts fraud
(each under $150). Bond:
none.

Sarasota County
Sheriff's Office arrests
* Mark Thomas Stackhouse,
21, homeless, Venice. Charges:
12 counts of unarmed burglary
of an unoccupied conveyance.
Bond: $65,000.
* William Scott Whiteaker,


18, 1200 block Olympia Road,
Venice. Charges: 10 counts of
unarmed burglary of an unoc-
cupied conveyance. Bond:
$50,000.
* Morganne A. Blewett, 19,
1000 Block Albee Farm Road,
Venice. Charges: violation of
probation (two counts of viola-
tion of community control for
fraud and dealing in stolen
property). Bond: none.
* Somvert At, 27, 4100 block
Blossom Road, Venice. Charge:
contempt (violation of domes-
tic violence protection injunc-
tion). Bond: none.
* Gregory Edwin Moll, 48,
3500 block Sunset Beach Drive,
Venice. Charge: DUI .15 or
higher or with person under
18. Bond: $1,500.
* Brian Keith Shore Jr., 29,
500 block Olive St., Nokomis.
Charge: DUI. Bond: $500.
* Kyle Koloski, 20, 500
block Eaglenook Way, Osprey.
Charges: unarmed burglary of
an unoccupied dwelling, theft
$300-$5,000. Bond: $6,000.
* Terri Elmy, 52, 800 block
Placid Lake Drive, Osprey.
Charge: violation of probation
(DUI). Bond: $5,000.
* Anthony Bernard Alex-
ander, 43, 200 block West
Palmetto Road, Nokomis.
Charges: three counts of viola-
tion of probation (two counts
of possession of a controlled
substance, fleeing to elude law
enforcement at high speed,
sale of cocaine). Bond: none.
* Justin Pratt, 18, 4600 block
Alligator Drive, Venice. Charge:
selling a narcotic (Xanax).
Bond: $5,000.
* Paul Irenen Eghareva, 26,
400 block Shamrock Blvd.,
Venice. Charge: contempt (no
driver license). Bond: $500.


* David Anthony Skolnick,
27, 700 block Tangerine St.,
Nokomis. Charges: five counts
of violation of probation
(burglary of an unoccupied
structure). Bond: none.
* Kristina Whitman, 26, 500
block Glen Oak Road, Venice.
Charges: loitering, possession
of drug paraphernalia. Bond:
$240.
* William E Perryman Jr.,
67, 1300 block Cambridge
Drive, Venice. Charge: out-of-
county warrant (defrauding an
innkeeper, trespassing). Bond:
$4,000.
* William Scott Whiteaker,
18, 1200 block Olympia Road,
Venice. Charges: smuggling,
contraband into a detention
facility, possession of a con-
trolled substance (Oxycodone).
Bond: $6,000.
* Alexander P Shearer, 19,
200 block Alligator Drive, Ven-
ice. Charge: violation of proba-
tion (selling, manufacturing or
delivering marijuana). Bond:
none.

Sarasota Police
Department arrest
* Bobby Curtis Mayo, 53,
homeless, Nokomis. Charge:
trespassing. Bond: $250.

Florida Highway
Patrol arrests
* Mary Alice Steele, 44, 1700
block Forrest Road, Venice.
Charges: possession of a
controlled substance without
a prescription (Oxycodone),
DUI. Bond: $1,500.
* Joseph Benjamin Birdhill,
26, 1900 block Hawthorne
Road, Venice. Charge: DUI.
Bond: $500.


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PERRY D. PENT2
SPORTS EDITOR
(941) 207-110.7
ppentz@venicegondolier.com


Burton commits to Notre Dame


By PERRY D. PENTZ
SPORTS EDITOR

After an unofficial recruiting
visit to the University of Notre
Dame last weekend, Venice
senior Clay Burton couldn't get
it off his mind.
So the 6-foot-3, 230-pound
defensive back verbally com-
mitted to play for the Division
I Fighting Irish in 2011.
"I'm real happy about it,"
said Burton. "All the tradition


was overwhelm-
ing. Academics
and football. They
had my jersey
with my number
8 hanging in a
locker. I could
visualize myself
playing there and BURTON
capitalizing on
the opportunity. All the intan-
gibles were top-of-the-line."
Burton will receive a full
athletic scholarship he said .is


worth about $55,000 a year.
"He told me early this week
that he was probably going
to commit there," said Venice
High head coach John Pea-
cock. "It's a great opportunity
for him. To graduate and play
football for Notre Dame is
huge."
On the season, Burton led
the Indians (9-2) with 11 sacks.
He also had 47 unassisted
tackles, 23 assisted tackles, five
pass deflections, 11 quarter-


, back pressures, two caused
fumbles and a fumble recov-
ery.
Last weekend, Burton took
the visit with his uncle, Matt
McClintock.
"We had a great time and I
wanted to commit then but
wanted time to sleep on it and
didn't want to rush anything,"
said Burton. "I got home and
couldn't stop thinking about it.
Notre Dame was in my head
the whole time. They showed


me a good time and didn't put
on a show for me."
Burton came home and
talked to his brother, Trey, a
freshman quarterback for the
University of Florida, where
he committed after his sopho-
more VHS season; grand-
mother, Cena McClintock; and
mother, Cindy Burton.
"So today was the day I de-
cided," said Burton.

BURTON|
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VENICE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL - 2000 STATE CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM




Still perfect 10 years later
e . ars e


By PERRY D. PENTZ
SPORTS EDITOR
Nearly 10 years ago,
49 players started the
football season at Venice
High School with a goal,
and dream.
The pieces were in
place, with talented play-
ers, coaches, drive and,
dedication. They all had
ideas of how they wanted
the season to progress
and how it should end.
All season, coaches
preached taking it one
game at a time. Three
and one-half months
and 15 games later, the
Indians ended the season
as state champions.
Few could or would
have predicted what
transpired - a regular
season filled with four
nail-biting victories as.
well as three consecutive
shutouts and a postsea-
son full of drama and
excitement.
Consider this: Entering
the season, Venice was
just three years removed
from a 20-game losing
streak dating back to the
0-10 seasons of 1995 and
1996.
Yet on the night of Dec.
15, 2001, inside Ben Hill
Griffin Stadium at the
University of Florida in
Gainesville, the un-
beaten Indians came out
focused and nothing was
going to deny them a
place in history.
At 9:52 p.m., Venice
walked off Florida Field
having set five state
records including most
points in their 77-14 win
over Palm Beach Gardens
Dwyer in front of a crowd
of 8,855, with the major-
ity adorned in green and
white.
Venice's state football
championship was just
the second-ever in Sara-
sota County (Cardinal
Mooney accomplished
the feat in 1972) and the
first for a public school.
Venice ended up
ranked No. 7 in the na-
tion by USA Today.

Like yesterday
Memories of that spe-
cial season are indelible.
"It seems like yester-
day," said head coach
Nick Coleman. "What a
special year. It was just
phenomenal year. We
kept our kids humble


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Venice High quarterback
Shane Williams breaks free
around the right end for some
yards against East Lake in the
regional quarterfinal.


VENICE HALL OF
FAME INDUCTION
CEREMONY
When: 6 p.m. June 24
Where: Venice Community
Center
What: Celebrating 60 years of
Venice High School Football with
the induction of the 2000 state
championship team as well as
recognize members of the 1950
team.
Cost: $30 per person (includes
firstdrink)
Notes: More than 100 have
registered for the event,
including commitments from
former head coaches Bill Smith,
Nick Coleman, Ron Colangelo,
John Peacock ... Members of
1950 team attending include
Grady Hough, Dave Pattison,
Mark Campbell, Glen Under-
woodand George Roberts ...
All proceeds benefit the Rotary
Futures Program at Venice High
... Tickets are still available... For
more information, call Mickey
Lawrence at 244-1006 or e-mail
glawrence@tibbank.com
and hungry.
"Looking at the team
now, they were all
overachievers. I think
we knew as a coaching
staff what we were good
at and what we weren't.
It was a combination
of coaching staff and
believing in our philoso-
phy. We were going to
be physical, control the
clock and play tough
defense.
"You have to be bal-
anced on both sides of
the ball and most teams
weren't. We were a very
patient staff and our kids
always believed we had a
chance."
The offensive and de-
fensive lines were small
and little was known
about Venice, which was
underappreciated all
season.
The Indians' offen-
sive line averaged 226
pounds. The bulkiest
was Allen Lawrence,
who weighed in at 245
pounds. The defensive
line wasn't much big-
ger, as they averaged
227.8 pounds and Rick
Shaw topped out at 257
pounds.
"We didn't judge our
kids by their height and
weight and speed," said
Coleman. "We judged
them by, did they get the
job done. We practice
that way and worked
in off season that same
way. We didn't try and do
things we weren't good
at.
"The offensive line
took so much pride in
knocking people off the
ball. They had a sense
of pride. One thing I
told them is, you can't
put a stopwatch on your
heart and guts. They just
gelled."

In tandem
The offensive line
opened up holes for a
tandem of two great run-


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Members of the 2000 Venice High football team celebrate on Florida Field after capturing the Class SA state championship with a
rocer d-setting 77-14 win over Palm Beach Gardens Dwy .


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Venice's Tre Smith returns a punt 77 yards for a touchdown
against nationally-ranked Lakeland in the Class SA-Region 3
semifinal on Nov. 24, 2000. Smith's 141 yards in punt returns
were key in the Indians' huge 34-30 win over the Dreadnaughts.


ning backs.
Running out of the .
veer offense, junior Tre
Smith and senior Ardell
Daniels were perfect
complements to each
other - Smith with his
speed, unbelievable bal-
ance and slashing style
and Daniels, who also
possessed speed but with
added power.
Smith finished with
1,872 yards and Daniels
had 1,504 yards rushing.
They combined for 55
touchdowns.
Each could have easily
finished over 2,000 yards,
but throughout the ma-
jority of the regular sea-
son the two rarely played
full games as the Indians
were easily handling
their opponents.
Coleman, who cap-
tured the Florida Dairy
Farmers Coach of the
Year honor, and assis-
tants Jim Powell, Jeremy
Brown, Eli Rasheed, John
Peacock. Larry Sandburg
and Ron Colangelo, knew


the season could be
good, but they needed
some players to step up.
And they did.
"We knew coming
off the 1999 team (6-5
record) we had a lot of
momentum with us win-
ning districts and having
a lot of returners," said
Coleman. "Hats off to the
assistant coaches who
worked on us getting
better."
Out of their first six
games, the Indians won.
three of them by seven
points or less, including
one in double overtime
and three others with
fourth-quarter touch-
downs.
"The Riverview (win)
was a big confidence
builder for the kids," said
Coleman.
The Indians didn't have
much depth, so seven
guys - Tre Smith, Ardell
Daniels, Shane Williams,
Matt Britton, Ryan Burns,
Richie Marshall and Phil
Hall - played offense


and defense.

Lesson learned
In the fourth game,
against Charlotte, Cole-
man said he learned a
valuable lesson.
Leading by 26 points
with just over seven min-
utes remaining, Venice
relaxed and Charlotte
tied it. The Indians
needed a defensive stop
in double overtime to
pull out the 61-54 win.
"You can't ever let
down," said Coleman.
"We had guys taking
shoulder pads off and
signing autographs.
They (Charlotte) threw
that ball around like it
was a 7-on-7 game. I
had flashbacks of that
game through the state
championship game.
We nearly got beat the
following week against
Bayshore. Winning close
games helped us."
The seventh, eighth
and ninth games of the
season, Venice got to
rest the majority of its
starters as the Indians
shut out Port Charlotte,
Lemon Bay, Cape Coral
Mariner by a combined
163-0.
"I took every game as
a stepping stone," said
Coleman. "I was the type
of coach that looked
at it play by play. I was
a believer that every-
thing is possible with
hard work. Not until the
third quarter of the state
championship game was
I comfortable."

For the ages
In the playoffs, Venice
benefited from playing
its first three games at
home, including games
versus nationally ranked
and defending state
champion Lakeland and
Manatee, whose long-
time coach loe Kinnan


was retiring at the end of
the season.
In consecutive games-
- regional semifinal and
final - crowds of more
than 10,000 and 14,000'
packed Powell-Davis Sta-
dium. Around the entire
field, fans were standing;
five and six deep.
"Our fans responded'
well," said Coleman
about the crowded
Powell-Davis Stadium.
"When Tre took that pufit
back (for a touchdown
against Lakeland), I have
never heard anything like
that at Powell-Davis Sta-
dium in my life. Against.
Manatee, they (the
crowd) took it up another
notch. I remember going
out to practice and see-,
ing people waiting in line
for tickets."
The championship ;
game against Palm Beach
Gardens was a game for
the ages.
Venice couldn't be
stopped on either side of
the ball. The offense ran:
up and down the field ,
and the defense domi-
nated Dwyer.
Was it a perfect game?,
"It was the first game
that I have ever been as-p
sociated with as a player
or coach that we knew
what they were going to
do," said Coleman. "Our
kids were calling out
(their plays) based on
down and distance. I still
don't believe they have
ever been hit like we hit
them."

THE MAGICAL
SEASON:
KICKOFF CLASSIC - ARMWOO:
Everyone got their first glimpse at-
the 2000 team in this preseason
game as the Indians played
powerful Seffner Armwood, which:
ended up losing in the Class 3A
state semifinals,
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with 6:20 left to tie it at 20-20. Those
were the final points as lightning forced
an abrupt end to the game with Armwood
driving deep into Venice territory and just
1:57 remaining. The game was a good
barometer for Venice and the rest of the
season as Armwood's defense was one of
the toughest the team faced all season.
GAME 1 - BOOKER: Defense was the
key in this game as the Indians held the
Tornadoes to minus-17 yards rushing and
sacked the quarterback five times. In total,
Booker only had 113 yards. Venice's offense
scored touchdowns in the third and fourth
quarters to break a 7-7 tie. Running back
Tre Smith rushed for 124 yards, including a
87-yard TD run with six minutes remaining
to close out the 21-7 victory.
GAME 2 - SARASOTA: Lightning once
again shortened a game, ending this one.
with seven minutes left, but the Indians were
,Well ahead and notched a 33-7 victory over
the Sailors, who committed five turnovers.
Tre Smith accounted for 195 yards, including
123 on the ground, and two TDs. The Indians
rushed for 213 yards as Ardell Daniels
finished with 75 yards. QB Shane Williams
also went over 100 yards passing.
GAME 3 - RIVERVIEW: Venice claimed
the unofficial Sarasota County champion-
ship with its first win over the Rams in
more than 20 years. Tre Smith was banged
up a bit and only played sparingly, but ..
;his 35-yard TD run on just his fifth carry
Ivwith 6:14 left lifted the Indians to a 14-10
vic story Riverview drove down to the
"Venice 11-yard line with 40.1 seconds. With
defensive end Sean Lewis wrapped around
Ram quarterback, a throw into the end
zone floated untouched, sealing the victory
for the Indians.
GAME 4 - CHARLOTTE: A game for
the ages. Venice entered with 11 straight
!osses to the Tarpons. The Indians' offense
couldn't be stopped. After three quarters,
the Indians led 34-21. Ardell Daniels rushed
for 203 yards and scored four touchdowns.
.lusty McCord's 13-yard run with 7:34
,remaining gave Venice a 47-21 cushion.
Then Charlotte went into passing mode
and scored 26 unanswered points in 4:25.
;'A field goal with 1.5 seconds left tied it at
47-47, forcing overtime. Charlotte scored
First in OT, then Tre Smith, who finished
with 181 yards, tied it again at 54-54.
Daniels scored on Venice's next possession
or a 61-54 lead. On second-and-goal at
lie 9-yard line, Charlotte quarterback Jeff
:orsaletti threw the ball and it was tipped
Sn the air and intercepted by defensive end
'ean Lewis, ending the nearly four-hour
.ame.-Itwas Venice's first regrilaeson
win over Charlotte since 1983. The statistics
Were astounding as the teams combined
for 42 first downs and 1,222 yards. Venice
rushed for 435 yards and Charlotte passed
for 482 yards.
GAME 5 - BAYSHORE: The Bruins nearly
pulled an upset. Tre Smith scored two
touchdowns in the final 3:49 to score a
pome-from-behind 19-10 victory. Smith's
interception in Bayshore territory set up
his 12-yard run on third down as he broke
three tackles to reach the end zone and
give Venice the lead. A bad snap on a punt
set up the final TD for Venice. Ardell Daniels
was injured and didn't play, but Smith
ended with 83 yards and Shane Williams
added 59 yards. Venice's defense allowed
only five first downs.


GAME 6 - NAPLES: The Golden Eagles The Indians fell behind 14-0 at halftime
gave the Indians their fourth straight tough before Tre Smith scored in the third quarter.
game. Venice's Tre Smith rushed for 167 An interception by Richie Marshall set
yards and three first-half touchdowns as up Venice's next TD as Smith scored with
the Indians hung on for a 28-26 victory 11:30 left in the game. A two-point run
and the Class 5A-District 9 championship. conversion gave Venice a 15-14 lead.
Venice led 21-3 at halftime and 28-13 after Clewiston came back to take a 20-15 lead
,three quarters. Naples scored two touch- with 6:38 remaining. The two-point run
downs in the final quarter, including one attempt was stopped by linebacker Chris
to get within 28-26 with 13 seconds left. Kiesel. The Indians then used one of their
On the two-point conversion, the Indians' patented time-consuming grind-it-out-on-
defense stuffed the running back at the line the-ground-type of drives. Venice drove 61
to preserve the win. yards on 11 plays with Ardell Daniels and
Smith moving the ball; they combined for
252 yards on 43 carries in the game. Quar-
terback Shane Williams scored on a 1-yard
run with 1:07 left to give Venice a 21-20
advantage. Smith sealed the win by nearly
. jumping out of the stadium to haul in an
interception at the Indians' 37-yard line.
-.. ~ GAME 11 - EAST LAKE: In the Class
n t~e~A5 , A -Region 3 quarterfinal, Venice scored
" , .on eight of 10 possessions and Tre Smith
rushed for 213 yards and four touchdowns
in a 56-14 victory. Ardell Daniels rushed
for 110 yards on 12 carries to eclipse
SUN FILE PHOTOS 1,000 yards on the season. Richie Marshall
Venice High running back Ardell collected his eighth interception of the
DaVenice Highls runnins for yards againstck Ardell season as Venice amassed 491 yards of
Danatiels runs for yards A-Region 3st offense, including 428 yards rushing.
Manatee in the Class 5A-Region 3 GAME 12 - LAKELAND: David vs.
final on Dec. 1, 2000. Daniels rushed Goliath. The Dreadnaughts were the
for 168 yards on 17 carries andn defending state champions, were 15-0
scored two touchdowns in Venice's the previous year and were ranked No. 8
24-21 win. in nation by USA Today with 26 straight
victories. Before the game, longtime coach
GAME 7 - PORT CHARLOTTE: This is Jim Powell said "this is the one (game)
the first of three straight games in which everyone will remember."Words couldn't
Venice's defense was overpowering. The ring truer as Powell-Davis Stadium was
Indians limited the Pirates to five first loud, crowded with more than 10,000
downs and seven yards rushing in a 56-0 people. Punt returns were the key, as the
win. Offensively, Venice rushed for 353 Indians'Tre Smith accounted for 141 yards
yards and Ardell Daniels scored four touch- in punt returns including a 77-yarder in
downs and had 95 yards in just over one the first quarter to give Venice a quick
half of play. Tre Smith had 84 yards on six lead. The Indians went ahead 17-0 on a
carries and didn't play the second half. TD by Ardell Daniels and 37-yard field goal
GAME 8 - LEMON BAY: Venice dupli- by Adam Gold. Lakeland didn't go away
cated the previous week with another quietly, scoring 24 unanswered points
56-0 victory, over the Manta Rays. Venice's (three touchdowns and a field goal) to lead
defense allowed just 98 yards total and the 24-17 with 5:33 left in the third quarter.
offense piled up 444 yards. Tre Smith had Venice answered with a seven play, 80-yard
136 yards on nine carries and Ardell Daniels drive, capped off by a 16-yard TD run by
rushed for 124 yards on seven carries - all Daniels to tie it at 24-24. Big play on the
in the first half - as the Indians led 49-0 drive was a 46-yard catch by Richie Marshall
at halftime. Each running back had three from Shane Williams. Smith then broke off a
first-half touchdowns. Shane Williams 48-yard punt return to set up a 24-yard field
passed for 119 yards in the first half, goal by Gold early in the fourth quarter. With
completing 5-of-6. 59 seconds left, Smith scored on a 16-yard
GAME 9 - MARINER: Venice extended its run that appeared to seal the win. However,
scoreless streak to 12 consecutive quarters Lakeland returned the ensuing kickoff 97
against Mariner and scored 50 or more yards to get within 34-30. The onside kick
points for the third straight game with a didn't go 10 yards and Venice pulled off
51-0 whitewashing Defensively, the Indians the biggest upset in school history It was
gave tipjust one firstlewn, minus-48 yards"--:" LakelafiMdrst ipdseason loss since 1998
rushing on 25 carries and a total of minus- 38 and gave Venice the school record for wins
yards. Tre Smith went over 1,000 yards in a season with 12. "They may have under-
rushing for the second straight year with 69 estimated Tre's speed and ability,"said coach
yards on five carries. Daniels rushed for 74 Nick Coleman. "We kept playing smart and
yards. Neither running back played in the secured the ball..l'm sure they were prepared
second half as the Indians built up a 44-0 for the next round."
halftime cushion, including 30 points in the GAME 13 - MANATEE: If ESPN could
first quarter, telecast this game, it would be on the
GAME 10 - CLEWISTON: Even though classic channel as Venice used a time-
the announcer didn't know how to say consuming fourth-quarter drive to rally
Venice's name, as he kept calling the for a 24-21 win and capture the Class
team,"Venus", the Indians pulled out 5A-Region 3 title before a standing-room-
another close game with a last-minute only crowd of more than 14,000. With the
TD for a 21-20 road victory in the middle Hurricanes keying on Tre Smith, the running
of sugarcane country. The 10-0 regular- game opened up for Ardell Daniels, who
season record was the first since 1980. The finished with 168 yards and two long TD
Tigers ended Venice's 12-quarter scoreless runs. The teams traded points the entire
streak with 6:03 left in the first quarter, " game. Trailing 21-16, the Indians took 6:29


Venice High linebacker Anthony Liakakos (33) gets ready to tackle a Lakeland
player in the regional final. Liakakos led Venice in tackles during the season
as the Indians allowed an average of 15.5 points and 236.8 yards total per
game in winning the state title.


off the clock with a 13-play, 80-yard drive
that ended when Smith dove over the goal
line from two yards out to give Venice a
22-21 lead. Shane Williams then connected
with Smith on a two-point pass conversion
to put the Indians ahead, 24-21 with 7:25
left. With plenty of time remaining, the
Hurricanes gave the ball up on downs as a
19-yard pass fell two yards short of a first
down with 2:02 left. Manatee recovered a
fumble on Venice's next play at the Indians'
44-yard line. Four plays later, defensive end
Sean Lewis sacked the Manatee quarter-
back, forcing a third-and-13 situation.
Manatee nearly converted the first down
but was a yard short. Manatee coach Joe
Kinnan, who was ending his longtime
career at the end of the season, decided to
attempt a 38-yard, game-tying field goal
with 14 seconds left. The kick was short and
wide right as the Indians advanced to the
state semifinals.
GAME 14 - ELY: The first postseason road
trip for the Indians and it was memorable,
as they needed a police escort to enter the
Pompano Beach stadium. The much-
larger Tigers entered with a 12-1 record
and hadn't allowed any points in their
three previous playoff games, outscoring
opponents 124-0 and allowing a total of
only 237 yards combined. Venice put a
quick end to this scoreless streak by scoring
its possession - an 18-yard run by Tre
Smith. Ely's Tyrone Moss, a sophomore who
started the game with 2,365 yards and
32 touchdowns, scored at the end of the
first quarter but missed the PAT. A fumble
recovered by Phil Hall set up a 26-yard
field goal by Adam Gold. Moss, who was
limited to 108 yards on 22 carries s':ored
to gnie Ely a 14-10 lead. Venice regained
the lead two plays later as Smith outraced
the Ely defense down the left sideline for
an 84-yard TD run to give the Indians a
17-14 halftime lead. Venice had a chance
to pad its lead but an interception at the
15-yard line cost the team. Ely then drove
60 yards on. nine plays as Moss scored with
4:19 left in the third quarter for a 20-17
lead. The PAT was blocked. Ely recovered a
fumble and advanced to the Venice 9-yard
line early in the fourth quarter. A Tigers'
TD pass was nullified by penalties. Two
straight incomplete passes gave Venice the
ball with 11:39 left. The Indians drove 86
yards on nine plays to score the go-ahead
TD as Smith, who finished with 160 yards
rushing, raced down the right sideline for
a 34-yard TD run with eight minutes left


for a 24-20 advantage. An interception by
Richie Marshall stopped one fourth-quarter
drive by Ely and a defensive stand with 1:13
remaining sealed the win for Venice. The
crowd serenaded the team with chants of
"Swamp, Swamp, Swamp"' which was to
be the location of the SA state champion-'
ship, Venice's final stop - Ben Hill Griffith
Stadium at the University of Florida.
STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
GAME 15 - DWYER: A perfect game?
Perhaps. If not, very close. Offensive,
defensive and special teams battles all
went in Venice's favor as the Indians set five
state records in winning the Class 5A state
title with an astounding 77-14 victory.
Venice finished with 29 first downs and 427
yards net rushing as Tre Smith and Ardell
Daniels were an unstoppable force. Smith
ended with 181 yards on 22 carries while
Daniels had 178 yards on 22 carries; they
had three TDs each. In total, Venice ended
with 534 yards on 65 plays. Defensively,
Dwyer's running attack was dominated
by Venice's defense and only managed 26
yards on 22 carries. Before Dwyer's players
could gets their feet underneath them, the
Indians scored four touchdowns in the first
quarter to take a 28-0 lead, with two TDs
by Daniels and one each by Shane Williams
and Smith. Venice scored touchdowns on
its first seven possessions. The Indians
went ahead 42-0 before Dwyer got on the
scoreboard on the passing of its quarter-
back. With just 1:14 left in the half, Venice
went 33 yards on four plays. At the Dwyer
41-yard line, Williams lofted a pass for
6-foot-4 Bobby Johnson near the end zone.
The ball bounced off a defender's hands
and Johnson snatched it out of the air and.
fell into the end zone with 15 seconds left
to give Venice a 49-7 cushion. It was that
kind of game for Venice. To open the third
quarter, Dwyer scored on a 67-yard screen
pass. A penalty nullified a spectacularTD
catch by Marshall as the Indians eventu-
ally lost the ball on downs. It was the only
time Dwyer stopped Venice, as the Indians
scored four more touchdowns in the second
half. By the end of the game Venice had set
records for most points (77), most touch-
downs (11), most net yards rushing (439),
most rushing TDs by one team (9) and most
point-after-TD kicks by Adam Gold (10 of
10). They also tied two other records, with
fewest punts (0) and fewest turnovers (0).
Ten years later and the records still hold.
ppentz@venicegondolier.com


BURTON: Venice defensive end commits to Notre Dame on full athletic scholarship


FROM PAGE 12
Notre Dame has been
actively recruiting Burton
since the beginning by
sending him letters and
in February offered him a
scholarship.
Burton took other un-
official visits to Clemson,
Georgia Tech, Florida
'State and Tennessee.
Last year, Notre Dame
finished with a 6-6 re-


cord.
But since, the Fighting
Irish have a new coach-
ing staff as they hired
Brian Kelly, the 2009
Coach of the Year from
the University of Cincin-
nati.
Making the decision
before the start of his se-
nior year was important
to Burton.
"It was huge," said
Burton,. "It's the middle


of the summer. Perfect
time. If I favored them
over the summer, then
why not take advan-
tage of it and show my
loyalty to them? I think
it's the best spot for me
and I'm happy to get it
done."
"He could have wait-
ed," said Peacock. "In
my opinion, he could be
one of the best defensive
ends in the country by


the end of the year. But
the recruiting process is
stressful on these kids. It
wears on you, and now
you can relax and enjoy
the process of the senior
year."
Burton liked the Notre
Dame coaches and said
he trusts them.
'"They made a big
impact on me and I was
happy," he said.
According to Burton,


they plan on moving
him to outside line-
backer in a 3-4 defensive
scheme.
"It's a little change of
pace," said Burton. "I'm
ready to tackle it and
know I can do it."
After looking at the
other colleges, Burtoni
said he didn't want to
visit Notre Dame before
he made his decision.
Asked what he comes


to mind about Notre
Dame, Burton couldn't
stop talking.
"Prestige, the Four
Horsemen, 11 national
championships, seven
Heisman Trophy win-
ners, Walk of Fame,
Touchdown Jesus," Bur-
ton said. "The stadium
is so unique and kind of
old school.".

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School board supports

West Villages


By CHRISTINE HAWES
SUN CORRESPONDENT
The School Board of
Sarasota County is poised
to file a brief with the
Florida Supreme Court
in support of the West
Villages development
company and against
North Port's effort to as-
sess it for services such
as roads and drainage,
stormwater management
and fire service:
The board voted unani-
mously to authorize its
attorneys to seek approval
from West Villages to file a
brief supporting its case.
The item was part of the
board's consent agenda at
its Tuesday meeting.
"We want to be able to
point out, if the Supreme
Court is going to rule in
the West Villages case,
that we agree completely
with the appeals court's
ruling," said school board
attorney Art Hardy.
Hardy was referring to
a May 28 ruling by the
Second District Court of
Appeal that said a lower
court was mistaken when
it said North Port could
assess West Villages for
services. The Legislature
would need to authorize
North Port to do so, ac-
cording to the appellate
court, which certified the
issue as a "question of
great importance" that
should be reviewed by
the state Supreme Court.
That ruling is important
for the school district,
which is fighting North
Pprt's effort to assess more
than $1 million in service
fees. Because of the ruling,
the school district halted
its preparation of motions
to file in its own dispute
with North Port.
"As the law stands right
now, the second district
has said the city of North
Port did not have the
authority to impose those
assessments," Hardy said.


Several steps need
to occur for the school
board's action Tuesday to
become relevant, which
could take months,
Hardy said:
* North Port would
need to follow up the ap-
pellate court's ruling by .
asking the state Supreme
Court to take up the is-
sue. City Manager Steve
Crowell said Tuesday
that's a step North Port is
likely to take.
* The Supreme Court
would need to choose
the issue as worthy of its
review.
* The school district
would need to receive per-
mission from West Villages
to file a brief in its case.
Hardy also said one
point of filing the brief
would be to commu-
nicate to the court that
school districts have an
additional reason for
fighting the assessments:
A state statute explicitly
declares school districts
"immune and exempt"
from special assessments.
The school district also
contends it has pro-
vided North Port almost
$10 million in conces-
sions such as sharing in
hurricane-readiness costs,
maintenance of stormwa-
ter retention ponds and
free or reduced cost for
the use of school facilities.
In addition, North
Port's push to assess oth-
er governmental entities
for services is unusual;
historically, government
entities do not assess
each other and instead
spread the cost of provid-
ing services to each other
among taxpayers. It is
also attempting to assess
the county, hospitals, and
a regional water manage-
ment agency.
Numerous court cases
throughout the state have
gone against errti iei*t-4*e
tempting to assess school
districts.


energy te(
By CHRISTINE HAWES
SUN CORRESPONDENT
State College of Florida
can move forward with
its sixth four-year degree
following the state Board
of Education's approval
Tuesday of SCF's energy
technology management
degree.
The step makes SCF
the first public college in
Florida to offer the degree.
-"This is really signifi-
cant for the community,
because both Sarasota and
Manatee counties showed
and demonstrated'they
are moving forward with
sustainable initiatives,"
said SCF president Lars
Hafner. "It's another excit-
ing day for our institution
and our community that
we can be cutting-edge
and move in a direction
that will help provide
qualified graduates for the
workforce."
The degree program
will begin in 2011, Haf-
ner said, and be open
to people who already
have 18 credit hours in
mathematics, science
arid statistics. At least
one full-time instructor
and several part-time
instructors will be hired
over the next four years,
according to a state
review team's recom-
mendation for approval,
of the degree.
More details on pre-
requisites and hiring or
facilities needs will be
available within a few
nionths, Hafner said.
SCF already has ap-
proval to begin in 2011
with four-year degrees
in health services
administration, public
safety administration,
homeland security and


ch degree
early childhood educa-
tion. It began offering
a bachelor's degree in
nursing this year.
All of the degrees are
the result of community
and public input calling
for specific degrees that
help fill specific occupa-
tions. Hafner told the
state board that up to
60 jobs in the Sarasota/
Manatee area are wait-
ing to be filled by some-
one holding an energy
technology management
degree, the state review
team wrote.
Possible positions
include consultant, spe-
cialist and management
spots with engineering
and construction firms
or commercial, retail
and governmental enti-
ties. Energy technology
management gradu-
ates would be trained
to advise companies
on how to save energy
consumption.
Hafner said Tuesday
some entities who had
spoken out in support
of the degree included
Tropicana, Florida
Power & Light, Sarasota
County and the city of
North Port.
"There are several en-
tities who came together
to say, 'This is what we
really need in this com- '
munity. We'll have jobs
available here in the
future -,can't you guys
be the first to do this?' "
he said.
SCF, which has
campuses in Braden-
ton, South Venice and
Lakewood Ranch, is
already looking at ad-
ditional four-year degree
programs, Hafner said,
although he would not
name any specific fields.


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By KIM COOL
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Venice Theatre is poised to
break its record for most shows
presented in one week.
And the scenery crew is
completing a record number of
set and prop components for
those shows.
The occasion is the Ameri-
can Association of Community
Theatre's International Theatre
Festival - Festival in Paradise.
Running June 22-27, the
quadrennial festival will bring
community theater compa-
nies from 11 countries on five
continents to Venice. More
than three years in the plan-
ning, the festival was awarded
to Venice Theatre over more
than a dozen other community
theaters that bid for it in 2007.
In addition to the festival
productions, which will be
presented in the native lan-
guages of the countries from
which they come, there will
be a variety of educational
workshops presented by local
and international experts in
everything from clowning and
costume design to character
development, dance and se-
nior theater.
A production by Venice's
Loveland Center for adults
with learning disabilities will
demonstrate the unique Venice
Theatre/Loveland partnership,
which has been filling Venice
Theatre seats annually for 15
years.

Preparation
Giving new meaning to the
term "spring cleaning," Venice
Theatre employees and volun-
teers and outside contractors
have removed the old letters
of the theater's former name,
Venice Little Theatre; painted
and cleaned the building's
exterior; installed new letters
spelling out "Venice Theatre"
in its new font; restriped the
parking lot; installed colorful
flags out front; and performed
an overall cleaning of the facil-
ity.
Members of the scenery
crew built set components
such as a fountain pool for the
Russian production, a house
for the Singapore offering and
cubes on which members
of the Denmark troupe will
dance.
Theatre spokeswoman Lau-
rie Colton said the crew was
thrilled to be able to work on
so many diverse productions
and to be so closely involved
in the unique event that brings


community theaters from
around the world to Venice.
Even the disappointing news
that Peru's contingent would
not be coming had a happy*
ending: Loveland's production
was moved into that slot. Its
cast will now perform twice
rather than once.

The schedule
Australia's Lieder Theatre
Company will present "The
Colour Play," which was
designed for presentation to
children of the Aborigines in
Northern Australia. Wearing
costumes of bright colors, the
actors will relate life from birth
to death in an ashes-to-ashes
manner that also questions
life's mysteries. It will be pre-
sented in show blocks E and
G on June 24 at 6:30 p.m. and
June 26 at 9:30 a.m.
Brazil's "Circo Poeira" (Dust
Circus) is part circus, part pup-
pet show and all theater. It'will
be presented in blocks A and
B on June 22 at 6:15 p.m. and
June 23 at 1:30 p.m.
Also performing a show that
is part circus, part puppet
show and theater, but heavy
on music, is Black Box Pangea
from Denmark. It will perform
"Music Video," in blocks E and
G on June 24 at 6:30 p.m. and
June 26 at 9:30 a.m.
Israel's production, "Second
Life,". is the story of an at-risk
youth who escapes the real
world by spending countless
hours on the computer playing
a game called Life. Israel will
perform its show in blocks C
and D on June 23 at 6:30 p.m.
and June 24 at 1:30 p.m.
Maner Manush, a company
from Rome, Italy, replaces
another Italian company that
could not come. Using masks,
gestures, sounds and jokes, it
will present "Portraits of Com-
media dell'Arte," which is set
in the 16th century. The actors
will emphasize body language
over the spoken word. It will
perform in blocks A and B on
June 22 and June 23 at 1:30
p.m.
Theatre Magapar from
Lubaczow, Poland, will present
"Memory," a play that exam-
ines relationships, feelings and
friendship, using the memo-
ries of those who have passed.
'Poland performs in Blocks F
and H on June 25 at 1:30 p.m.
and June 26 at 2 p.m.
Russia's Theatre Manaeken
from Chelyabinsk will present
"She Who Made the Miracle."
Based on the story of Helen
Keller, the production is a story


"The Colour Play" will be presented by the Lieder Theatre Company of
Australia June 24 and 26.


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Italy will present"Blue Day" June 22 and 23.


about a teacher and her stu-
dent in the 19th century.
Singapoare's Chinese Opera
will present "Painted Skin,"
which concerns a young mar-
ried student in a small town,
a woman who seduces him, a
priest and a prophecy. It will
be presented in blocks F and
H on June 25 at 1:30 p.m. and
June 26 at 2 p.m.
Spain's Colesterol Teatro
will present Fernando G Tola's
"Como Hacer Absolutamente
Infeliz a un Hombre" (How to
Make a Man Absolutely Un-
happy) in blocks C and D on
June 23 at 6:30 p.m. and June
24 at 1:30 p.m.
The Players production of
"The Who's Tommy" concerns
a boy traumatized by death,
abused by relatives and peers,
and yet manages to become
a pinball wizard. It will be
presented in blocks A and B on
June 22 at 6:15 p.m. and June
23 at 1:30 p.m.
Zimbabwe's Developing Art-
ist group presents "Marathon,"
about two men in a training
run that leads to one man's
death. It will be presented in
blocks F and H on June 25 at
1:30 p.m. and June 26 at 2 p.m.
. Loveland will present its
show Wednesday evening and
Thursday afternoon.

Adjudication
Although troupes and actors
will not be singled out as the
best of the participants, the
productions will be reviewed
by three adjudicators who will
comment on each production.
Spanish and French translators
will be available to translate
the comments for the troupes.
Theatrical adjudicators need
to know as many plays and
productions as possible. In the
case of judging an internation-
al event such as the festival in
Venice, they also need to have
a broad base of knowledge
about international theater,
customs of various countries
and the ability to understand
stories that may be primarily
presented as dance or mime.
They are expected to do their
homework, but even with the


"Circo Poeira" of Brazil will be presented June 22 and 23.


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Poland will present "Memory"June 25 and 26.


availability of abundant infor-
mation on the Internet, there
may be scant information on
some productions. In that case
the adjudicators may receive
little more than a brief syn-
opsis before the production,
adding to their challenge.
The adjudicators will speak
in English for about 10 min-
utes or so after the initial
productions of each show.
This festival's adjudica-
tors include Paul Bourne of
England, Ruth Cameron-Lewis
of Ontario, Canada and Kathy
Pingel of the United States.
Bourne, from Cambridge,
runs his own production


company and is a freelance
director and the artistic direc-
tor for a new festival of theater
writing.
Cameron-Lewis taught act-
ing'for 37 years and is a direc-
tor, playwright and workshop
leader.
Pingel is an educator and
freelance director. Earlier this
year she was the adjudicator
for the community theatre
festival of the Southeastern
Theatre Conference.
For information or festival
tickets, visit www.venicestage.
corn or call the box office at
488-1115.
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Venice Performing
Arts Series
Time: 2-4 p.m.
Where: Venice Church of the
Nazarene, 1535 E. Venice Ave.,
Venice
Notes: Now entering its
fourth consecutive season,
Venice Performing Arts Series,
under artistic director Deborah
Berioli, launches its 2010-11
season with Solstice 2010.
Cost: $15 general admission
Call: 284-5972
Link: www.veniceperforming
arts.com

Art Festival
Dates/times: June 19-20, 10
a.m.-5 p.m.
Where: Miami Avenue in
historic downtown Venice
Notes: Arts and crafts will be
on sale at this 18th annual art
festival; promoted by Ameri-
can Craft Endeavors; spon-
sored by Venice MainStreet.
Call: 484-6722

Daddy
Appreciation Day
Time: 10:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Where: Federal Square Plaza,
1978 South Tamiami Trail
(south of Seminole Drive),
Venice
Notes: Fun day will include a
bounce house, sno-cones, cot-
ton candy, face painting, dunk
tank, a Home Depot workshop,
pictures with dad and music
by Spotlight Entertainment.
Lunch selections will be from
My Way Mobile Kitchen and
there will be raffles. Proceeds
will go to Children First. Do-
nations and a portion of the
bounce house fee will go to
support Children First.
Call: 497-1177

Ballroom dancing
Time: 10-1 Ia.m. and8 p.m.
Where: Gotta Dance Stu-
dio, 303 South Tamiami Trail,
Nokomis
Call: 486-0326

Live entertainment
Time: 6 p.m.
Where: Eagles Aerie, 621 East
Colonia Lane, Nokomis
Call: 484-4470

Farmers market
Time: 8 a.m.-noon
Where: Corner of Tampa and
Nokomis avenues in the Cen-
tennial Park parking lot
Notes: Fresh produce, plants,
organic herbs, flowers and
more are on sale.
Call: 468-5104

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

Bridge class
Time: 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Where: 751 South U.S. 41
. Bypass, Venice
Notes: Class is for beginners
who want to play and learn.


Call: 485-8366 or 497-0353
Link: www.bridgebuddy.net

Train Depot tours
Time: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Satur-
days only
Where: Train Depot, Sea-
board Avenue, Venice
Notes: For information
about individual or group
tours, call Jim Middleton.
Call: 232-6797

Individual
art instruction'
Dates/times: by appoint-
ment
Where: Venice Art Center,
390 S. Nokomis Ave., Venice
Notes: One-on-one private
instruction with Dr. Mary-Lou-
ise Biasotti Hooper in the areas
and media requested. Advance
registration is required. Regis-
ter by phone or on the Web.
Cost: $20 per hour members,
$25 per hour nonmembers
Call: 485-7136 ,


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Link: www.veniceartcenter.
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Pups at the Point
Time: 9 a.m.-noon
Where: Historic Spanish
Point, 337 North Tamiami Trail,
Osprey
Cost: $9 nonresident adults,
$8 seniors and Florida resi-
dents, $3 ages 6-12, free for
ages 5 and younger and dogs
Call: HSP, 966-5214; Humane
Society of Sarasota County,
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Link: historicspanishpoint.
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SUNDAY, JUNE 20
Father's Day breakfast
Time: 9-11:30 a.m.
Where: Italian American
Club, 1375 Ringling Drive,
Venice
Notes: Breakfast will feature
a chef preparing omelets, a
carving station and a com-


plimentary bloody Mary or
screwdriver.
Cost: $12
Call: 493-3204


Fathers free at Selby
Time: 9-11:30 a.m.
Where: Marie Selby Botani-
cal Gardens, 811 S. Palm Ave.,
Sarasota
Notes: Fathers and grandfa-
thers can enjoy free admission
and purchase all-American
cookout fare and beverages.
Visitors can explore the tropi-
cal conservatory, canopy walk-
way, banyan grove'and much
more.
Call: 366-5731
Link: www.selby.org

Sunday brunch
Time: 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Where: American Legion
No-Vel Post 159, 1770 E. Venice
Ave., Venice
Call: 488-1157


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SATURDAY, JUNE 26
Police Explorers reunion
Time: noon-3 p.m.
Where: North Jetty pavilion, Nokomis
Beach
Notes: Bring a dish to share. Table-
ware and main meat dish will be pro-
vided. Call for more information.
Cost: $5 per family donation covers
pavilion rental
Call: 497-1717


MONDAY, JUNE 28
Hair Cut-A-Thon benefit
Time: 10 a.m.-3 p.m..
Where: BangZ Hair Studio, 585 North
U.S. 41 Bypass, Venice
Notes: All proceeds will go to Mat-
ter of Trust, a hair stylist organization
helping fight the oil in the Gulf. A boom
party will be from 5 to 7 p.m. when hair
cuttings will be stuffed into nylons. The
hair-filled nylons (booms) will help
absorb the oil. Nylons donations will be
accepted. Raffles will be held.
Cost: $10 men, $15 for women during
the day (price is haircut only; no sham-
poo or other services)
Call: 485-4247
Link: bangz@bangz.comcastbiz.net


TUESDAY, JUNE 29
Young Mind, Young Body
luncheon
Time: 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Where: Jacaranda Trace, 3600 William
Penn Way, Venice
Notes: The children's summer camp
of the Venice YMCA will present a
demonstration on fitness at 11:45 a.m.
A healthful lunch will be served and
recipes handed out to guests at noon.
Free to the community. Call to RSVP.
Seating is limited.
Call: 408-2050


WEDNESDAY, JULY 14
Opera
Time: 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Where: Venice Art Center, 390 Noko-
mis Ave., Venice
Notes: Deborah Berioli, soprano, will
present Inside the Opera during VAC's
Inside the Artist's Mind event.
Cost: $5
Call: 485-7136
Link: www.veniceartcenter.com


South of the Border
cantina
Time: 3-7 p.m.
Where: American Legion
No-Vel Post 159, 1770 E. Venice
Ave., Venice
Notes: Members and guests
are invited.
Call: 488-1157

Bingo
Time: 2-5:30 p.m.
Where: Knights of Columbus
Council Home, 512 Substation
Road, Venice
Notes: Doors open at noon.
Nonsmoking. Refreshments
available.
Call: Harry, 493-3293

Acoustic jam
Time: 5-7:30 p.m.
Where: Venice Beach pavil-
ion
Call: Jerry Goldstein, 4867
8061
E-mail: bruceb@onsync.comn

Duplicate bridge
Time: 1:30 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

Pancake breakfast
Time: 8-11 a.m.
Where: Knights of Columbus
Home, 512 Substation Road,
Venice
Call: 485-1663


MONDAY, JUNE 21
Women on the Go
Time: 2-4 p.m.
Where: Venice Public Library,
300 S. Nokomis Ave., Venice
Notes: Monthly meeting is
open to women interested in
group or solo travel. Dinner
and social time follows June
meeting at Chili's restaurant.
Call: 485-3525

Peer counseling
Time: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Where: Women's Resource
Center, 701 Center Road,
Venice
Notes: Peer counseling is
available every weekday. A
trained, caring, nonjudgmental
volunteer will listen, provide
support and make referrals.
Cost: $5 donation requested
Call: 485-9724
Link: www.thewomens
resourcecenter.org

Bingo
Time: 6 p.m.
Where: Disabled American
Veterans, 600 East Colonia
Lane, Nokomis
Call: 488-4500

Cards
Time: 12:30-3:30 p.m.
Where: Veterans of Foreign
Wars, 832 E. Venice Ave., Venice
Notes: All welcome; Seniors
Without Partners play cards.
Call: Jean Ryder, 497-1360

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LIBRARY BRIEFS
Jacaranda Library Scrapbookers Sunday. middle ages. The pro- his knowledge of marine to age 2 1/2 years is
4143 Woodmere Park Blvd. gather gram is designed for ages life. available. The program
Venice, FL 34293 i Medieval sword 11 to 17. will include nursery
Sunday, June 20, fighting Baby Rhyme and rhymes, songs, baby
Chess Club 1-4:30 p.m.. if you like Wonderful world Sign Time sign language, a book
scrapbooking, or the On Monday, June of fishes and playtime. Space is
Sunday, June 20, 1-4:30 idea of scrapbooking, 21, 10 a.m.-noon, Paul Tuesday, June 22, limited. Older siblings
p.m., young or old, nov- grab your stuff and join Stonebridge will teach Monday, June 21, 2-3 10:15-11 a.m., a pro- are welcome.
ice or master, everybody with others for lots of the art of sword fight- p.m., marine Biologist gram is geared toward
plays chess at the library, fun. Just drop in on any ing as they did it in the Keith Wilson will share babies from newborn LIBRARY 5


VENUE: Classes, cards, croquet, bingo and more


FROM PAGE 3
Empowerment
class
Time: 10-11:30 a.m.
Where: Women's
Resource Center, 701
Center ,Road, Venice
Notes: Mary Frost will
help participants learn to
trust themselves.
Cost: $5 members; $8
nonmembers
Call: 485-9724
Link: thewomens
resourcecenter.org

Club food
Time: 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Where: Venice-No-
komis Elks Lodge, 1021
Discovery Way, Nokomis
Call: 486-1854

Time: 5-7 p.m.
Where: Veterans of For-
eign Wars, 832 E. Venice
Ave., Venice
Call: 484-8118

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

Monday Mingle
Time: 4-7 p.m.
Where: Venice-No-
komis Elks Lodge, 1021
Discovery Way, Nokomis
Notes: Two-for-one
drink specials at happy
hour; free appetizers.
Members and guests.are
welcome. 5
Call: 486-1854.-

Italian class
Time: 4:15-5:30 p.m.
Where: Italian Ameri-
can Club of Venice, 1375
Ringling Drive, Venice
Notes: Free intermedi-
ate Italian language class
Call: 486-1492

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

Guitar lessons
Time: 5 and 6 p.m.
Where: Troll Music, 513
E. Venice Ave., Venice
Notes: Group lessons:
level 1 classes, 5-6 p.m.;
level 2 classes, 6-7 p.m.
will be taught by Greg
Byler.
Cost: $8 per hour
Call: 496-4398

Venice Archives
Time: 10 a.m.-4 p.m.,


Monday and Wednesday
Where: Historic Tri-
angle Inn, 351 S. Nassau
St., Venice
Notes: Open to the
public for the Ven-
ice Archives and Area
Historical Collection.
Personal research may
be arranged by calling
James Hagler, director.
Call: 486-2487

Gondoliers chorus
Time: 6-9 p.m.
Where: Lakeside
Lutheran Church, 2401
South Tamiami Trail,
Venice
Notes: All men who
like to sing are welcome
to join the Venice Gondo-
liers Barbershop Chorus
rehearsal.
Call: Wayne Hart, 966-
4321

Sweet Adelines
Time: 7-9:30 p.m.
Where: United Church
of Christ, Naar Hall, 620 E.
Shamrock Blvd., Venice
Notes: Sweet Ade-
lines, a four-part har-
mony women's group,
is seeking new mem-
bers and is rehearsing.
Women of any age who
enjoy harmonizing are
welcome.
Call: Martha King, 486-
0362

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, sanc-
tioned by the American
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
beginners.
Call: 485-8366 or 497-
0353
Link: www.bridge
buddy.net

Running group
Time: 6 a.m.
Where: 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

TUESDAY,
JUNE 22
Festival
in Paradise'
Time: Contact theater
for dates and times
Where: Venice The-
atre, 140W. Tampa Ave.,
Venice
Notes: The American
Association of Commu-
nity Theatre has selected
Venice Theatre to host
the 2010 International
Amateur Theatre Festival.
Hundreds of visitors will
participate. Interested
persons can be involved
to attend performances,
volunteer or become a
sponsor. There will be
workshops, seminars,
networking and plenty of
refreshments, after-glow
parties, awards and good
theater fellowship.
E-mail: festival@venice
stage.com
Link: www.venicestage.
com/international

Pet parade
RSVP: June 22
Date/time: July 3, 9
a.m. (line up at 8:30 a.m.)
Where: Line-up is at
Avenue des Parques and
Venice Avenue, down-
town Venice
Notes: The first an-
nual pet parade will be
Saturday morning, July
3, in honor of Indepen-
dence Day. There will be
patriotic music July 2 and
July 3 from 7 tdo9 p.m. at
the gazebo. People can
dress up their pets the
morning of July 3 or can
enter a paper mache pet.
Meet behind the tennis
courts. Streets will.be
blocked from Avenue des
Parques to the entrance
of Centennial Park and
the gazebo. All are wel-
come to enter.
Call: Mike Gelormino,
468-6665

Career counseling
Time: 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Where: Women'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
nonmembers
Call: 485-9724
Link: www.thewomens
resourcecenter.org

Peer counseling
Time: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.


Where: Women's
Resource Center, 701
Center Road, Venice
Notes: Peer counseling
is available every week-
day. A trained, caring,
nonjudgmental volun-
teer will listen, provide
support and make refer-
rals.
Cost: $5 donation
requested
Call: 485-9724
Link: www.thewomens
resourcecenter.org

Employment
success class
Time: 10-11:30 a.m.
Where: Women's
Resource Center, 701
Center Road, Venice
Notes: Career adviser
Ania Morris will share
cutting-edge tips for
today's resume and other
job search strategies. She
is available for individual
sessions.
Cost: $5 member; $8
nonmember
Call: 485-9724
Link: www.thewomens
resourcecenter.org

Internet job
search
Time: 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Where: Women's
Resource Center, 701
Center Road, Venice
Notes: Career adviser
will be available to help.
A computer lab is avail-
able for those looking for
a job. No fee. , ,.
Call: 485-9724
Link: www.thewoimeis
resourcecenter.org

Leads Club
Time: noon-1:15 p.m.
Where: Aqua Restau-
rant, 576 Blackburn Point
Road, Osprey
Notes: All are welcome.
Cost: $12
Call: Wendy Moore,
371-1151
Link: www.leadsfl.com

Karaoke
Time: 5-8 p.m., food;
7-10 p.m., karaoke
Where: Venice-No-
komis Elks Lodge, 1021
Discovery Way, Nokomis
Notes: The public is in-
vited to attend as guests
of the Elks.
Call: 486-1854

Toastmasters
Time: 7:30-8:45 a.m.,
Where: Venice Area
Chamber of Commerce,
597 South Tamiami Trail,
Venice
Notes: Visitors are
welcome to join the fun


while developing com-
munication and leader-
ship skills.

Bingo
Time: 6-8 p.m.
Where: Venice-No-
komis Elks Lodge, 1021
Discovery Way, Nokomis
Notes: This is a non-
smoking facility with a
smoking area available
outside. Snacks and a reg-
ular menu are available
4:30-7:30 p.m. There will
be a cash jackpot, door
prizes and cash prizes.
Call: 486-1854

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

Bingo
Time: 11:30 a.m.
Where: Venice Gardens
Civic Center, 406 Sham-
rock Blvd., Venice
Notes: nonsmoking
Call: Linda, 497-3098

Croquet
Time: 10 a.m.
Where: Wellfield Park,
comer of Pinebrook Road
and Lucaya Avenue, Venice
Notes: free lessons
Call: Marge Chandler,
488-2747

Italian class
Time: 4-6 p.m.
Where: Italian Ameri-
can Club of Venice, 1375
Ringling Drive, Venice
Notes: free beginning
Italian language class
Call: 486-1492

Dance
Time: 4:30-7:30 p.m.
Where: Veterans of For-
eign Wars Post 8118, 832
E. Venice Ave., Venice
Call: 484-8118
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back then did have a few
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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-
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Cost: $7
Call: 485-8366
Link: www.bridge
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Bridge class
Time: 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Where: 751 South U.S.
41 Bypass, Venice
Notes: Class is a re-
fresher class or for new
graduates of a beginner's
class.
Call: 485-8366 or 497-
0353
Link: www.bridge
buddy.net

Veterans luncheon
Time: 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Where: American Le-
gion No-VelPost 159,1770
E. Venice Ave., Venice
Notes: All veterans are
welcome to reminisce
and share pictures with
other veterans. A vet-
eran will be in charge of
the meetings. Call and
reserve a spot.
Cost: $10
Call: 488-1157 or 586-
7477

Tinfoil Hat Society
Time: 5:30-8 p.m, .
Where: Venice Public
Library, 300 S. Nokomis
Ave., Venice
Notes: Society is made
up of those interested in
discussing UFO phenom-
enon. Movies are shown
and discussions are held
on all aspects of UFOs,
including alien abduc-
tions, ancient civiliza-
tions and crop circles.
Call: Gordie, 445-7921
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from college long enough to
teach them how to work the
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MOVIE LISTINGS
FRANK THEATRES
GALLERIA STADIUM 12
2111 South Tamiami Trail, Venice
(941) 408-0011

Saturday and Sunday
Toy Story 3 in Disney Digital 3D (G, 1 hr. 43 min.)
11:30 a.m., 1:30, 2:00, 4:00, 4:30, 6:30, 7:00, 9:00,
9:30 p.m.
Get Him to the Greek (R, 1 hr. 49 min.)
12:20, 2:40, 5:00, 7:20, 9:40 p.m.
Jonah Hex (PG-13, 1 hr. 21 min.)
1:25, 3:30, 5:35, 7:40, 9:50 p.m.
Killers (PG-13, 1 hr. 40 min.)
12:30, 2:50, 5:10, 7:30, 9:50 p.m.
Shrek Forever After 3D (PG, 1 hr. 33 min.)
12:00, 2:15, 4:30, 6:45, 9:00 p.m.
The A-Team (PG-13, 1 hr. 57 min.)
12:00, 2:30, 5:00, 7:30, 10:00 p.m.
Sex and the City 2 (R, 2 hr. 27 min.)
12:30, 3:30, 6:30, 9:30 p.m.
The Karate Kid (PG, 2 hr. 20 min.)
1:20, 4:10, 7:00, 9:50 p.m.
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
(PG-13,1 hr. 55 min.)
5:00, 7:30, 9:55 p.m.
Marmaduke (PG, 1 hr. 27 min.)
1:00, 3:00 p.m.
Robin Hood (PG-13, 2 hr. 20 min.)
2:00, 7:00 p.m.

AMC SARASOTA 12
8201 South Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
(941) 922-4900. (888) 262-4386

Saturday
Toy Story 3 (G, 1 hr. 43 min.)
11:30 a.m., 2:15, 5:00, 7:45,10:30 p.m.
Toy Story 3 in Disney Digital 3D (G, 1 hr. 43 min.)
9:30 a.m., 12:15, 3:00, 5:45, 8:30,11:00 p.m.
The A-Team (PG-13, 1 hr. 57 min.)
10:45 a.m., 12:45,1:30, 3:30, 4:30, 6:30, 7:15, 9:30,
10:20 p.m.
The Karate Kid (PG, 2 hr. 20 min.)
9:45 a.m., 12:30,1:00, 3:45, 4:15, 7:00, 7:30,10:15,
10:40 p.m.
Jonah Hex (PG-13, 1 hr. 21 min.)
10:20 a.m., 12:40, 3:15, 5:30, 8:15,10:45 p.m.
Killers (PG-13,1 hr. 40 min.)
9:40 a.m., 12:05, 2:30, 5:10, 7:55,10:25 p.m.
Get Him to the Greek (R, 1 hr. 49 min.)
11:00 a.m., 2:00, 5:15, 8:00,10:50 p.m.


Marmaduke (PG, 1 hr. 27 min.)
10:15 a.m., 12:35, 3:05, 5:25, 7:50 p.m.
Shrek Forever After (PG, 1 hr. 33 min.)
10:00 a.m., 12:20, 2:45, 5:05, 7:40 p.m.
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
(PG-13, 1 hr. 55 min.)
9:50 a.m., 4:05,10:05 p.m.
Letters to Juliet (PG, 1 hr. 45 min.)
10:05 a.m., 10:10 p.m.
Sex and the City 2 (R, 2 hr. 27 min.)
12:50, 6:45 p.m.
Iron Man 2 (PG-13, 2 hr. 5 min.)
10:00 p.m.

Sunday
Toy Story 3 (G, 1 hr. 43 min.)
11:30 a.m., 2:15, 5:00, 7:45,10:15 p.m.
Toy Story 3 in Disney Digital 3D (G, 1 hr. 43 min.)
9:30 a.m., 12:15, 3:00, 5:45, 8:30 p.m.
The A-Team (PG-13, 1 hr. 57 min.)
10:45 a.m., 12:45,1:30, 3:30, 4:30, 6:30, 7:15, 9:30 p.m.
The Karate Kid (PG, 2 hr. 20 min.)
9:45 a.m., 12:30,1:00, 3:45, 4:15, 7:00, 7:30,
10:00 p.m.
Jonah Hex (PG-13,1 hr. 21 min.)
10:20 a.m., 12:40, 3:15,5:30,8:15,10:25 p.m.
Killers (PG-13,1 hr. 40 min.)
9:40 a.m., 12:05, 2:30, 5:10, 7:55,10:20 p.m.
Get Him to the Greek (R, 1 hr. 49 min.)
11:00 a.m., 2:00,5:15,8:00,10:30 p.m.
Marmaduke (PG, 1 hr. 27 min.)
10:15 a.m., 12:35, 3:05, 5:25, 7:50 p.m.
Shrek Forever After (PG, 1 hr. 33 min.)
10:00 a.m., 12:20, 2:45, 5:05, 7:40 p.m.
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
(PG-13, 1 hr. 55 min.)
9:50 a.m., 4:05,10:05 p.m.
Letters to Juliet (PG, 1 hr. 45 min.)
10:05 a.m., 10:10 p.m.
Sex and the City 2 (R, 2 hr. 27 min.)
12:50, 6:45 p.m.
Iron Man 2 (PG-13, 2 hr. 5 min.)
9:55 p.m.

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1993 Main St., Sarasota
(941) 954-5768

Saturday
Toy Story 3 (G, 1 hr. 43 min.)
11:40 a.m., 1:20, 2:15, 3:55, 4:50, 6:30, 7:25, 9:05,
10:00,11:40 p.m., 12:35 a.m.
Toy Story 3 in Disney Digital 3D (G, 1 hr. 43 min.)


11:15 a.m., 12:05,1:50, 2:40, 4:25, 5:15, 7:00, 7:50,
9:35,10:25 p.m., 12:10 a.m.
the A-Team (PG-13,1 hr. 57 min.)
11:30 a.m., 12:00,12:30, 2:20, 2:50, 3:15, 4:55, 5:25,
7:10, 7:40, 8:10,9:50,10:20,10:50 p.m., 12:30 a.m.
The Karate Kid (PG, 2 hr. 20 min.)
11:45 a.m., 12:15, 2:55, 3:25, 7:05, 7:35,10:05,
10:35 p.m.
Harry Brown (R, 1 hr. 43 min.)
12:25, 3:05, 5:30, 8:00,10:15 p.m., 12:40 a.m.
Jonah Hex (PG-13,1 hr. 21 min.)
12:20, 2:45, 5:20, 7:45,10:10 p.m., 12:15 a.m.
Killers (PG-13,1 hr. 40 min.)
11:55 a.m., 2:25, 5:05, 7:30, 9:45 p.m., 12:20 a.m.
Letters to Juliet (PG, 1 hr. 45 min.)
11:25 a.m., 2:05, 4:35, 6:55, 9:30 p.m., 12:00 a.m.
Shrek Forever After (PG, 1 hr. 33 min.)
12:10, 2:30, 4:45, 7:20, 9:40 p.m., 12:05 a.m.
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
(PG-13, 1 hr. 55 min.)
12:45, 3:30, 6:45, 9:20,11:55 p.m.
Get Him to the Greek (R, 1 hr. 49 min.)
12:50, 3:20, 8:05,10:45 p.m.
Iron Man 2 (PG-13, 2 hr. 5 min.)
12:40,4:10,7:55,10:40 p.m.
Marmaduke (PG, 1 hr. 27 min.)
11:20 a.m., 2:00, 4:40,11:45 p.m.
Robin Hood (PG-1 3,2 hr. 20 min.)
11:50 a.m., 3:35, 6:40,9:55 p.m.
Sex and the City 2 (R, 2 hr. 27 min.)
12:35, 4:05,7:15,10:30 p.m.

Sunday
Toy Story 3 (G, 1 hr. 43 min.)
11:40 a.m., 1:20, 2:15, 3:55, 4:50,6:30,7:25, 9:05,
10:00 p.m.
Toy Story 3 in Disney Digital 3D (G, 1 hr. 43 min.)
11:15 a.m., 12:05,1:50,2:40, 4:25, 5:15, 7:00, 7:50,
9:35,10:25 p.m.
The A-Team (PG-13, 1 hr. 57 min.)
11:30 a.m., 12:00,12:30,2:20,2:50, 3:15, 4:55, 5:25,
7:10, 7:40,8:10,9:50,10:20,10:50 p.m.
The Karate Kid (PG, 2 hr. 20 min.)
11:45 a.m., 12:15, 2:55, 3:25, 7:05, 7:35,10:05,
10:35 p.m.
Harry Brown (R, 1 hr. 43 min.)
12:25, 3:05, 5:30, 8:00,10:15 p.m.
Jonah Hex (PG-13,1 hr. 21 min.)
12:20, 2:45, 5:20, 7:45,10:10 p.m.
Killers (PG-13,1 hr. 40 min.)
11:55 a.m., 2:25, 5:05, 7:30, 9:45 p.m.
Letters to Juliet (PG, 1 hr. 45 min.)
11:25 a.m., 2:05, 4:35, 6:55, 9:30 p.m.
Marmaduke (PG, 1 hr. 27 min.)


11:20 a.m., 2:00, 4:40,6:50,9:15 p.m.
Shrek Forever After (PG, 1 hr. 33 min.)
12:10, 2:30, 4:45, 7:20, 9:40 p.m.
Get Him to the Greek (R, 1 hr. 49 min.)
12:50, 3:20, 8:05, 10:45 p.m.
Iron Man 2 (PG-13, 2 hr. 5 min.)
12:40, 4:10, 7:55,10:40 p.m.
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
(PG-13, 1 hr. 55 min.)
12:45, 3:30, 6:45, 9:20 p.m.
Robin Hood (PG-13, 2 hr. 20 min.)
11:50 a.m., 3:35, 6:40, 9:55 p.m.
Sex and the City 2 (R, 2 hr. 27 min.)
12:35, 4:05, 7:15,10:30 p.m.

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Saturday and Sunday
Toy Story 3 (G, 1 hr. 43 min.)
10:45,11:40 a.m., 1:20,2:15,3:55,4:50,6:30,7:25,
9:05, 10:00 p.m.
Toy Story 3 in Disney Digital 3D (G, 1 hr. 43 min.)
11:15 a.m., 12:05,1:50, 2:40,4:25,5:15,7:00,7:50,
9:35,10:25 p.m.
The A-Team (PG-13,1 hr. 57 min.)
11:45 a.m., 12:15, 2:30,3:05, 5:15,7:30, 8:00,10:15,
10:45 p.m.
The Karate Kid (PG, 2 hr. 20 min.)
12:00,12:30,3:15,3:45,6:50,7:20,10:05,10:20 p.m.
Jonah Hex (PG-13, 1 hr. 21 min.)
11:30 a.m., 2:00, 4:30,7:40,9:55 p.m.
Killers (PG-13,1 hr. 40 min.)
11:50 a.m., 2:35, 5:10, 8:05,10:40 p.m.
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
(PG-13, 1 hr. 55 min.)
11:00 a.m., 1:45,4:40,7:35,10:35 p.m.
Shrek Forever After (PG, 1 hr. 33 min.)
12:20, 2:45, 5:05, 7:45, 10:10 p.m.
Get Him to the Greek (R, 1 hr. 49 min.)
11:55 a.m., 3:25, 7:10, 9:50 p.m.
Iron Man 2 (PG-13, 2 hr. 5 min.)
12:10,3:00,7:15,10:30 p.m.
Sex and the City 2 (R, 2 hr. 27 min.)
12:25, 3:50, 7:05,10:20 p.m.
Marmaduke (PG, 1 hr. 27 min.)
Saturday: 11:35 a.m., 2:20,4:35,10:05 p.m.
Sunday: 11:35 a.m., 2:20,4:35,6:55,9:45 p.m.
Knight and Day (PG-13, 1 hr. 50 min.)
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I HOROSCOPES FOR JUNE 19-25, 2010


ARIES (March 21-April 19).
You will gleefully burn the
hours with your dynamic
activity. Then you need to'give
yourself sufficient time to re-
flect on all that has happened.
This keeps you from overdoing
it.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20).
Before you state your strong
opinion, consider whether you.
are willing to listen carefully to
all the opinions yours is likely
to elicit. Rest assured, this will
take a long, boring amount of
time.
GEMINI (May 21-June 21).
They come to you because
they love the way you sugar-


coat things - you're a conver-
sational dessert chef! When
merciless objectivity is what's
needed, encourage them to go
to someone else.
CANCER (June 22-July 22).
Dare to be mysterious and coy.
And don't worry - it doesn't
take everything you have and
everything you can get your
hands on to succeed. You can
afford to hold some of your
energy in reserve.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You
won't remember it all. You
think you will, but you won't.
And the name of the impor-
tant and useful person you
meet halfway through the


week - you'll forget that, too.
Unless you take notes. So take
notes.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
There will be no shortage
of gripes from the peanut
gallery. Perhaps they are not
complaining about you, but
because of your sense of
hyper-responsibility, you could
take it that way.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You
appreciate this job and what
it gives you - mainly a sense
of purpose and the ability to
contribute to others in a way
that no other task on earth
would allow.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21).


Why aren't you having more
fun? Maybe you can't let go of
the controls because you're too
concerned about what others
will think. And playfulness and
the reckless abandon of reason
go hand in hand. .
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.
21). When you're stretching to
be more than you are, doubt-
ing yourself is a natural part of
the process. You need a break-,
through. It will show you that
you're on the right path.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19). You need to be treated
as an individual. When you
feel like you are being herded
along to think and do things


that everyone else is thinking
and doing, you will rebel.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18).
If your life were a museum,
next week would represent
the changing of exhibits. One
comes down, wraps up and
ships out, and another will
be mounted. Get ready to see
something new, because the
space will be transformed.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20).
You don't see any choice other
than the type of choice you
are used to making. Watch
someone you admire, and note
the way this person handles
things. It will inspire you to
grow.


LIBRARY: Movies, computer help, lectures and children's activities


FROM PAGE 4
Tuesday movie
matinee
On Tuesday, June 22,
2-5- p.m., a film ad-
dresses how long does
happily ever after last?
Billy Crystal and Debra
Winger try to make it last
in this week's free film.
Caregiver stress
Wednesday, June 23,


10:30-11:30 a.m., Paul
McCarthy of Tidewell
Hospice Care will teach
you how to take care of
the ones you love by tak-
ing care of yourself.

e-Help
Wednesday, June 23,
and Thursday, June 24,
1-3:30 p.m., the technol-
ogy coach will be stand-
ing by to help you with
online problems.


Video lecture
series


Thursday, June 24, 2-3
p.m., discover the issues
of modern economics by
watching the filmed lec-
tures of professor Robert
Whaples.

Storytime
Friday, June 25, 10:15-
11 a.m., preschoolers,
ages 2 1/2 to 5 years and


their parent, guardian or
caregiver are invited to
enjoy for stories, songs,
finger plays,, rhymes, and
crafts.



Ask Jack
Friday, June 25, 1:30-
2:30 p.m., bring your
computer questions and
trade them for computer
answers.


Xbox games
On Friday, June 25,
4:30-7 p.m. join in World
of Warcrafts as well as
other Xbox games meant
forteens ages 16 to 18.

Undersea
creatures balloon
sculpting
Friday, June 25, 2-3
p.m., and Saturday, June
26, 3-4- p.m., learn the


art of balloon sculpting
with Sherry Jenkins. Cre-
ate your own undersea
creatures. Registration
required, limited to 12,
for ages 8-11.

3-D film
and camera
instruction
Sunday, June 27, 2-
3:30 p.m., a program on
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JUNE 19, 2010
WEEKEND EDITION


CONTACT US
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SUN NEWSPAPERS


Princess passengers go global in 2011-12


FROM PRINCESS CRUISES

Princess Cruises will
offer adventurous pas-
sengers two opportuni-
ties in 2011 and 2012 to
experience one of travel's
most grand voyages -
the World Cruise.
Sailing to multiple
continents and encom-
passing dozens of the
globe's treasured places,
these itineraries will give
travelers the unique op-
portunity to experience
the world while enjoy-
ing Princess' style and
service.
Just announced, the
intimate Pacific Prin-
cess will sail on a 107-
day journey from Fort'
Lauderdale to Venice,
Italy, departing Jan. 13,
2012, offering the line's
popular small-ship cruis-
ing experience. For an
Australian-style world
cruise, Dawn Princess
will sail roundtrip from
Sydney on May 25, 2011.
Travelers on these
voyages will be able to
experience numerous
UNESCO World Heritage
Sites, such as Fiordland
National Park in New
Zealand, the Hiroshima
Peace Memorial, and
historic Cairo, and can
opt to travel beyond the
ports in some locations
with overland excursions
to such must-see desti-
nations as the Great Wall
of China and Angkor Wat,
Cambodia.
Pacific Princess will
also introduce three new
ports for Princess -
Santa Marta, Colombia;
Puerto Quepos, Costa
Rica; and Manama, Bah-
rain.
'As we know from our
long-standing emphasis
on destination cruis-
ing, our passengers are
globetrotters by nature,"
said Jan Swartz, Princess
Cruises executive vice


president. 'And these
world cruises are the
ultimate way for them
to truly experience so
many places of a lifetime
all in one voyage - from
the Panama Canal to the
pyramids of Egypt."
Pacific Princess - 107
days, Jan. 13, 2012:
This Fort Lauderdale
to Venice itinerary will
visit 38 destinations in
28 countries, including
the Panama Canal and
the idyllic South Pacific,
plus the "down under"
experience of Australia
and New Zealand.
Passengers will explore
a variety of vibrant Asian
cities such as Tokyo,
experience the bustle of
India and Egypt's legend-
ary monuments and see
some unique European
ports, such as Dubrovink,
before finally arriving in
breathtaking Venice.
Three new ports debut
on this voyage. Santa
Marta, the oldest city in
Colombia, is the site of
the last days of Simon
Bolivar, the liberator for
whom Bolivia is named.
From this port, passen-
gers can visit a number
of historical sites, includ-
ing the oldest church
in Spanish America, or
enjoy Tayrona National
Park for ecological tours
and time at the beach.
Puerto Quepos offers
an off-the-beaten-path
experience in Costa Rica,
near the ecotourism des-
tination of Parque Nacio-
nal Manuel Antonio.
Manama, the main
port for Bahrain, a small
island country in the Per-
sian Gulf, is home to the
UNESCO World Heritage
Site, Fort of Bahrain, or
Qal'at al-Bahrain (the an-
cient harbor and capital
of Dilmun) plus other
archeological sites..-
Pacific Princess pas-
sengers will also have the


opportunity to experi-
ence a variety of other
UNESCO World Heritage
Sites. These remarkable
places that make up the
planet's cultural and
natural heritage include
Fiordland National Park
in New Zealand, Sydney
Opera House, the Great
Blue Mountains near
Sydney, the Great Barrier
Reef (from Cairns), the
Hiroshima Peace Memo-
rial, the historic center
of Macau (from Hong
Kong), the Taj Mahal
(from Mumbai), ancient
Petra (from Aqaba), his-
toric Cairo (from Alexan-
dria) and the old city of
Dubrovnik.
Passengers may also
take in UNESCO sites
such as the Great Wall of
China and Cambodia's
Angkor Wat with sev-
eral overland adventures
available during the
voyage.
The full itinerary for
the Pacific Princess world
cruise adventure starts in
Fort Lauderdale, followed
by calls in Aruba and
new port of Santa Marta
(Colombia), before tran-
siting the engineering
marvel of the Panama
Canal.
The ship then heads
up the coast to new port
of Puerto Quepos (Costa
Rica), and San Juan del
Sur (Nicaragua), to San
Diego.
Passengers will then
enjoy crossing the
Pacific with visits to
Honolulu, Kauai (Nawili-
wili), Pago Pago, Tonga
(Nuku'Alofa), and then
Auckland, and Fiordland
National Park in New
Zealand. In Australia,
the ship visits Burnie,
Tasmania and spends
two days in Sydney, plus
visits Cairns for the Great
Barrier Reef.
Heading for Asia, the
ship calls at Guam, then


The Lotus fitness center aboard Princess is a signature part of a Princess cruise.
The Lotus fitness center aboard Princess is a signature part of a. Princess cruise.


h.


The Pacific Princess will sail to new destinations on world cruises during the 2011-2012 season.


Tokyo, Hiroshima, Busan,
Shanghai and for two
days in Hong Kong. Next
is Ho Chi Minh City (Phu
My), Bangkok (Laem
Chabang), Singapore and
Phuket.
In India, passengers
will experience Chen-
nai and Mumbai (for a
full-day tour to the Taj
Mahal), then the ship
reaches Bahrain for the
new port of Manama,
followed by an overnight
call in Dubai. Then it's
on to Slaalah, Safaga (for
Luxor/Karnak), Alexan-
dria (for Cairo/Giza),
and a transit of the Suez
Canal.
Once in the Mediter-
ranean, the ship calls at
Dubrovnik and Koper
(for the capital of Slove-
nia, Lubljana), and then
finally on to the final port
of Venice.
Dawn Princess - 104
days, May 25, 2011:
.Sailing roundtrip from
Sydney, this world cruise
features an Australian
flavor.
Dawn Princess will call
at 43 ports on six conti-
nents and will introduce
new destinations not
seen on previous global
voyages, including Costa
Rica, Morocco, Jordan,
Israel, Scotland and
Norway.
Popular destinations
such as Singapore,
Dubai, the Mediterra-
nean, the Panama Canal
and the Hawaiian Islands
are also included.
The full cruise itinerary
will take passengers from
Sydney to Darwin, then
across the Equator to
Singapore, Kuala Lumpur
(Port Kelang) and Lang-
kawi, Malaysia.
Then the ship sails
to India with calls at
Cochin, and Mumbai
(for the Taj Mahal). The
cruise continues to Abu
Dhabi, Dubai (over-
night), Muscat (Mina
Qaboos) and Aqaba in


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A grand staircase adds to the ambiance of this Princess Cruise
ship atrium.


Jordan (for Petra).
Dawn Princess will
then sail through the
Suez Canal to reach Port
Said (for Cairo/Giza),
followed by Jerusalem
(Ashdod). Then it's on to
the Mediterranean with
visits to Mykonos, and
Istanbul, with a cruise by
ANZAC Cove.
The classic ports of
Athens (Piraeus), Naples
(for Capri & Pompeii),
Rome (Civitavecchia),
Florence/Pisa (Livorno),
Monte Carlo, and Barce-
lona come up next, fol-
lowed by Casablanca (for
Rabat), Lisbon, Paris/
Normandy (Le Havre),
and then on to London
(Dover).
Northern Europe ports
include Amsterdam and
Bergen, Norway, as the
ship then sails to Britain
and Ireland with calls
at Edinburgh/Glasgow
(Greenock), Dublin and
Cork (Cobh - for Blar-
ney Castle).
Dawn Princess next
crosses the Atlantic with
a stop in Bermuda on the
way to Fort Lauderdale.
Passengers will then visit


Cartagena and transit
the spectacular Panama
Canal.
Saiinmg up.toe Pacific.
Coast, the ship reaches
Costa Rica (Puntarenas),
Acapulco, Manzanillo
and then Los Angeles.
Passengers will then en-
joy sailing across the Pa-
cific to Honolulu, Tahiti
(Papeete), Bora Bora and
Apia (Western Samoa),
as the ship heads for
home with a final call in
Auckland before reaching
Sydney once again.
World cruises can also
be booked in segments,
ranging from 15 to 32
days.
Full cruise fares begin
at $21,995 per person
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at $2,495, based on
double occupancy. The
Pacific Princess and the
Dawn Princess world
cruise are currently avail-
able for booking.
Information about
Princess Cruises is avail-
able through a travel pro-
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774-6237 or by visiting
the company's Web site,
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Keeping up the Florida heat


.I'~i.


ILLY


"Boy, it's hot," I've heard
more than once lately.
The fact that it's hot
in June, July, August and
into September is no
news flash in Florida. If
we were living in Alaska
experiencing our Florida
summers, then I might
expect an editor to send
me out to get the story.
And with global warming,
who knows what tomor-
row will bring?
With me, complaints
about the heat are quickly
followed by a question:
"How can you wear a
jacket in this heat?"
My stock reply is:
"You're only looking at
half the equation. It's not
the heat that bothers me;
it's air conditioning."
I often feel like a gator
who needs to lie on a rock
and absorb the heat of
the sun after spending
an hour or two indoors
where air conditioners
are blowing. I sometimes
blame my age, poor cir-
culation and all that, but
I've been that way since I
was a teen.
When my family first
moved to Miami in the
mid-'60s, not everyone
had central or any other
air conditioning in their
homes. Box fans were
more the norm.
I still remember when
the family of a close friend
installed small window
units for the bedrooms
and a large unit, one that
required a large hole to be
knocked out of a concrete
wall, for the living area of
the house. Every time' I
walked into their home I
wanted to hibernate. I felt
they kept the temperature
closer to 60 degrees than
80 degrees.
The same goes for auto-
mobiles.
Most of my teen friends
and I drove cars close to
- if not more than - a


DR. DAN BUSCH, DR. ERENE ROMANSKI
CHIROPRACTOR
Despite original opposition of organized
medicine, chiropractic, is indeed here to stay.
Today, almost every community in the nation
is served by a doctor of chiropractic. Five new
chiropractic colleges have opened since 1970
to accommodate the demand to train students
interested in entering that field of health care.
Institutional recognition has also been
forthcoming. More than 600 insurance
companies provide for chiropractic care in


Fam


decade old. My first car in
1967 was a 1954 Lincoln,
and my second in 1969
was a 1960 Dodge. Unlike
the Dodge, the Lincoln
had plenty of amenities,
like electric windows,
but no air conditioner.
Of course, the newer
autos, those driven by
our parents, all had air
conditioning.
"Air conditioning" in
the autos I owned had a
different name: vent win-
dows, now an unknown
feature to those under 30
years old .and nostalgia
for those of us well past
the 30-yard marker.
I miss vent windows,
and being able to roll
down my window and
direct the breeze with the
vent window to where
I want it. Today's auto-
mobiles don't allow that
option. Either I use the
air conditioning or have
a wind storm swirling
around my head.
I really discovered how
tropical my blood is after
living for three years in
Kansas.
I loved the summers
in Wichita, where the
temperature would top
100 degrees regularly, but
the humidity rarely rose
above 30 or 50 percent.
When I first arrived
in Kansas in late July, I
stayed a month in an
non-air-conditioned ef-
ficiency above a friend's
garage. .The efficiency was
equipped with two box
fans I rarely used. One
evening, my friend invit-
ed me to join his family in
the air conditioning. He
was startled to find that
I didn't even have one of
the box fans on.
"It has to be more than
100 in here," he said.
"Heat, no humidity, I'm
in nirvana," I replied.
Of course, temperatures
cooled as fall approached.
I did enjoy the colorful


changing of leaves as
much as anyone. D6ji
vu of my childhood on
Long Island. But then,
thermometers went into
free fall.
Jack Frost nipping at
my nose wasn't a prob-
lem. However, no Long
Island winter compared
to the Siberian Expresses
slipping over the polar
cap and sweeping south
through Canada, North
and South Dakota and
Nebraska into Kansas. I
heard it said between the
polar cap and Kansas is
a barbed wire fence and
it's down half the time. I
believe it.


When the thermom-
eters dove to zero and
wind chills dug deep be-
low any rational thought,
I felt my bone marrow
freeze. Once, after musing
about moving to St. Paul,
a friend from Minnesota
said, "You'd die, Reilly,
you'd just die."
She's probably right.

reilly@sun-hemild.com


health and accident policies. Claims are
honored under Workmen's Compensation
programs in the US and Canada. Millions of
union members and many national employees
organizations are eligible for care.
The Americfln Medical Association
recently recognized the validity of
chiropractic treatment. It now holds that "a
physician may refer a patient for diagnosis or
therapeutic services to any other provider of
health care permitted by law to furnish such
services."


FINE WHINES


Take the heat ... please


By BOB MUDGE
EDITOR

I've just returned from
having lunch and can
offer you this weather
update: It's not hot.
No, it's really $%^& hot.
This has been a weird
year, weatherwise. As
a 45-year resident of
Florida (with 20 of those
in Central Florida, where
it's cooler in the winter),
I can't recall a winter that
had so many cold spells
that lasted more than a
day or two.
When I was
in college we
even had a day
when there
was enough
snow on the
ground to
make snow-
balls, but a
couple of
days later the
temperature
had warmed
up consider-
ably. This year
it seemed like
it was one
cold snap after
another.
Then we
pretty much
went straight
into summer,
which doesn't
ILE PHOTO officially begin
until the 21st
but showed up
unofficially weeks ago.
Spring is always some-
what abbreviated here
but I was expecting it to
last more than just a few
hours.
On the bright side,
all the snide comments
about global warming I
heard during the winter
have ceased. (Haven't
heard "Drill, baby, drill"
lately either.) Records


show that this May was
the hottest one since
records started being kept
120 years ago. Call that
part of a long-range cycle
if you want, but it's the
part of the cycle we are
and will be living in for
a while, and it's a really
$%^& hot one.
Of course, there are
some people who enjoy
the heat. In fact, I myself,
find it quite tolerable
from inside an air-con-
ditioned building with
a cold, preferably adult,
beverage in front of me.
But my Sun Coast Media
Group colleague Steve
Reilly, whose column also
appears on this page, ac-
tually craves the heat and
eschews air conditioning
whenever possible.
Steve works in Char-
lotte, so I don't see him
often, but I've never seen
him when he wasn't wear-
ing his trademark blue
blazer. (Personally, I be-
lieve he's covering up the
fact that there is no back
or sleeves to his shirt.)
After some research, I
found there is a medical
term for people who wear
jackets in Florida in the
summer: nuts.
Steve doesn't offer a
reason for his preference
for heat over comfort
(my term). Environment
doesn't explain it, because
he and I have similar -
histories: born up north,
moved to Florida as a kid,
raised without air condi-
tioning, did homework on
the back of a shovel with
a lump of coal (I made
that one up).
Physiology certainly
plays a part. Steve, like
most humans, is smaller
than I am and has less
surface area subjected to
the sun's rays. Still, when


the heat sucks the breath
out of you as soon as you
open the door to go out-
side, and you find your
steering wheel in a pud-
dle on the floor of your
car, conditions are past
the point of tolerance for
any normal person. Not
that Steve isn't normal.
I'm just saying...
The only other person I
have known like that was
my grandfather. I think I
saw him sweat once, but
it could be that he just
came in out of the rain.
He had an excuse, though
- he worked for Chrys-
ler for 35 years repairing
the ovens that baked the
paint on the cars. He
didn't even think it was
warm unless birds were
falling from the sky and
hitting the ground already
cooked.
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tolerance was genetic, it
didn't get passed on to
me. Nor did the blood-
thinning that so many
recent arrivals claim to
have undergone occur in
my case. After 45 years
I've pretty much given up
hope on that.
. So each year I fall
back on my own cop-
ing mechanisms for the
five to six months of the
Venetian summer: keep
out of the sun during the
hottest part of the day
(7 a.m.-midnight); use
lots bf sunscreen if I have
to be in the sun for an
extended period - more
than 10 seconds (I find
that a 1-inch coating of
Crisco works well); and
drink lots of water. Or at
least beverages that con-
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Faith, values

and lessons
2 Corinthians 12:7-9
"To keep me from becom-
ing conceited because of these
surpassingly great revelations,
there was given me a thorn in
my flesh, a messenger of Satan,
to torment me. Three times I
pleaded with the Lord to take
it away from me. But he said
to me, 'My grace is sufficient
for you, for my power is made
perfect in weakness.' Therefore
I will boast all the rnore gladly
about my weaknesses, so that
Christ's power may rest on me."
We do not know what the
"thorn in my flesh" was, and this
is how it should be. For if we
knew what was tormenting Paul,
we would focus in on that spe-
cific thing and lose sight of the
greater message of this passage.
The message is of God's power
that is at work in Paul and is at
work in each one of us.
Whatever Paul struggled with,
it wasn't going away. Thus, Paul
had to deal with it; he had to
handle it and he had to over-
come it. The problem is this, he
can't deal with it, he can't handle
it and he can't overcome it on
his own. It is only through the
power that is ours through the
indwelling presence of the Holy
Spirit, which is given to all who
claim Jesus as lord and savior,
that Paul is able to deal, handle
and overcome; and the same is'
true for you and me.
Each of us has hurts, habits
and hang-ups that we cannot
deal with, handle or overcome
on our own. We have tried and
tried and nothing has worked.
Just like Paul, it is time for us
to surrender and allow the
power of God to work in us and
through us, in spite of us.
Being a Christian does not
remove all the challenges of life,
it simply supplies the power to
deal, handle and overcome the
challenges of life. Being a Chris-
tian is about being real, honest
and truthful regarding our hurts,
habits and hang-ups and allow-
ing God's power to work in the
midst of our weaknesses.
Why is this? Isn't this proof
that God is vindictive and a

LESSONS 19


I RELIGION STUDY AND CLASSES


* Living Waters Chris-
tian Fellowship, 111 North
Tamiami Trail, Nokomis,
offers an informal in-depth
study of the Holy Spirit from
7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, with
coffee and refreshments at
6:30 p.m. 480-1991
* Calvary Bible Church, 1936
E. Venice Ave., presents Francis
Schaeffer's How Should We
Then Live? at 9:25 a.m. each
Sunday in the youth building.
Contact Pastor Brett Jones at
485-7070.
* New Life Assembly of God,
5800 South Tamiami Trail,
presents an interactive Bible
study with Pastor Randy Burt
at 7 p.m. Wednesday. 493-
0775
* South Venice Baptist
Church, 3167 Englewood
Road, offers a men's fellowship
group studying the Book of
Acts at 7 p.m. Monday at the
church. Meet other men who
want to know more about the
Bible. 961-5609
* Epiphany Cathedral, Reli-
gious Education Department,
310 Sarasota St., offers Rite of
Christian Initiation of Adults
sessions at 7 p.m. Thursday.
Learn what Catholics believe
in a warm and welcoming
environment. 485-2325
*Venice Holistic Center, 251
Tamiami Trail, offers a Shamb-
hala Meditation Group, Mind-
fulness Meditation, from 6 to
8 p.m. Sunday followed by


a class. If coming for the first
time, call Jillaurie at 323-8033.
* First Baptist Church, 312
W Miami Ave., offers a men's
Bible study, A More Elite Sol-
dier, by Chuck Holton, from
6:45 to 7:45 p.m. Wednesday.
484-1314. A women's Bible
study and fellowship meets
Thursday for a Beth Moore
study of Esther, It's Tough Be-
ing a Woman. Call Roberta at
473-1966.
* First Christian Church of
Venice, 1100 Center Road,
Sunday, 9 and 11 a.m.; Bible
studies and programs for kids,
youth and adults, 6 to 7:30
p.m. Wednesday. Call 408-
8088 or visit www.churchthat
cares.com.
* Unitarian Universalist
Congregation of Venice, 1971
Pinebrook Road, offers a
meditation class from 6 to 6:45
p.m. Wednesday. All ages.
485-2105
* Trinity Presbyterian
Church, 4365 State Road 776,
meets weekly from 10 to 11
a.m. Thursday for community
Bible study. 493-0018


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Dale Hobbs, left, Terry Miller and Linda Miller are three of more than
450 walkers, runners, tots in strollers and a few four-footed friends who
raised more than $53,000 for Pregnancy Solutions May 15. Walkers gath-
ered at Epiphany Cathedral with a mission of continuing the ministry's
outreach to mothers and babies. For more information about the center,
visit www.pregnancysolutions.org.


I SUPPORT GROUPS


* Griefshare meets, 7 p.m.,
Monday, at the LIFT Church
(formerly Venice Assembly of
God), 695 Center Road. Call
JoAnn Myers at 468-3845 or
the church at 497-5683.
* Celebrate Recovery aims
at a spiritual commitment to


Jesus Christ and addresses
all types of habits, hurts and
hang-ups meeting from 6
p.m. (dinner, $3.95) to 9 p.m.
Friday at New Life Assem-
bly Community Center, 5800

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'local worship services


First Baptist
Church of Venice
312 W. Miami Ave.,
8 485.1314
Hours of Worship
Classic Worship Service
8:30 AM
Bible Study
9:30 AM
Contemporary Worship
10:40 AM
Evening Worship 6:00 PM
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"Unlikely iHarooes" - Come hear how God
makes HEROES out of unlikely people. 8
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488-2258 I On th.lltanI, 2 blioel south of
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St Mark's Episcopal Church
508 Riviera Street, Venice Office # 488-7714
(2 blocks west of Venice Regional Medical Center)
Saturday 5:00 p.m. Holy Communion
Sunday 8:00 a.m. Holy Communion
10:00 a.m. Holy Communion (with nursery)
Wednesday 9:30 a.m. Holy Communion & Healing Service
The Rev. Christopher N. Gray, Rector The Rev. James Puryear, Assoc. Rector
Visit us on the web at: stmarksvenice.or


UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CONGREGATION OFVENICE
NURTURE Your Spirit. Help HEAL Our World.
Sunday Service at 10:30 AM
�- "Celebrating the Male"
Sunday School and Forums resume in the Fall
Minister: Rev. Don Beaudreault, Music Director: Deborah Berioli
1971 Pinebrook Rd. at Edmondson Rd. ,
941-485-2105 * A BGLT Welcoming Congregation * www.uucov.org S



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'United Methodist Church

9:00 AM Life Journey 11:00 AM Traditional Service
Nursery at all Services. 10:00 AM Lifeway Classes
graceoritheisland.com
Grace On The Island, Venice, FL. 941.488.1374


S- NewLife

COMMUNITY CENTER
home of lewo 'fre 4ssemb/q of God
5800 Tamlami Trail South, Venice 34293
www.nlaog.org 941-493-0775
Sun. *10:30 am - Wed. *7:00 pm
ISmvie S.mtie - 1st and 9ri T7ursdays 7:00 pm
SA full range of child care services and children's ministries
are provided on events marked
Drop by and discover our warm family environment, our exciting
worship and a message that makes a difference
Russian language translation available.


Venice-
Nokomis
United Methodist
Church
Sunday Worship:
10 AM
Interpretation for the Deaf
Children's Puppet Church:
10:15 AM
Adult Sunday School
11:15AM
Youth Fellowship Monday
5:30 PM
208 Palm Avenue, Nokomis
Phone 488-4137
ZWest of US 41,4 blks. South of
Ibee RdJMatthew Currie Ford)
www.vnumc.net
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You're Invited
CHRIST UNITED
METHODIST
CHURCH
Jerry Van Dyken, Pastor
Larry Potts, Associate Pastor
Sunday Worship Services
9:15 am (Contemporary)
and 10:45 am
Also, 8:00 am (Nov.-April)
Sunday School 9:15 am
and 10:30 anm
Nursery Provided for
All Services
Parking shuttle provided
493-7504
1475 Center Road, Venice
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JCV students make interfaith gift

Students from the Jewish Center of Venice Religious School handed a check for $300 to JCV member, Bill Hersh-
kowitz, representing the Venice Interfaith Community Association. Pictured left to right are: Sadie Vitkus, Bill
Hershkowitz, Jacob Daniels and Elizabeth Daniels. In addition, the JCV students helped Hershkowitz during the
year to prepare food and serve it at the Community Dinners for the homeless.


Worship with us: Sat. 5 pm* Sun. 9:30 am
Counseling Appointments 926-2959


I RELIGION BRIEFS
Music
* The Venice Performing Arts
Series opens its fourth season
with a summer concert Sol-
stice 2010 at 2 p.m. June 19 at
Venice Church of the Nazarene
featuring Deborah Berioli and
three other outstanding sing-
ers. $15 general admission.
www.veniceperformingarts.
com
* Venice Presbyterian
Church, 111 E. Firenze Ave.,
welcomes organ duo Iris
and Carsten Lenz at 7 p.m.
Friday, June 25, presented
by the Community Concert
Series. Free admission. 488-
2258
* Pastor Randy Burt and mu-
sicians and singers of New Life
Assembly of God meet every
Friday one hour before sunset
near the lifeguard stand at
Venice Beach. Favorite gospel
songs. 493-0775
* Song, prayer and potluck
from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Sunday with Bruno D. Mollica
and friends at the Christian
Art Center, 430 E. Venice Ave.

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Father's Day event
Calvary Bible Church,
1936 E. Venice Ave., hon-
ors dads with a special
breakfast from 8:45 to
9:30 a.m. Sunday, June
20. A video will follow
at 9:30 a.m. with gifts
to men at the service at
10:30 a.m. Public invited.
Call 485-7070 to sign up.

Blessing the
waters
Unity Church of Venice
invites churches to gath-
er at 3 p.m. Sunday, June
20, surrounding the Gulf
of Mexico waters in love
and prayer, with a special
prayer created by Dr.
Masaru Emoto to help
clear the toxins from the
area. Venice participants
will gather at Manasota
Beach picnic/shelter
pavilion. 484-5342

Free simulcast
Christ.United Method-
ist Church, 1475 Center
* Road, announces its
church Communication
Network Satellite Sum-
mer Series during June,
July and August. The
free simulcast is from
7:30 to 8:30 p.m. June 24
through Aug. 31. June
24 program is "Ready to
Win Over Depression"
with Thelma Wells. 408-.
9798

Picnic
Emmanuel Lutheran
Church, 800 South
Tamiami Trail, invites the
public to its summertime
picnic at 11 a.m. Sun-
day, June 27, with a cake
walk, bounce house, face
painting, ice cream and
more. 488-4942


Food drive
A food drive benefit-
ing Trinity Presbyterian
Church opens Monday
8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.,
Tuesday through Friday
7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and
Saturday and Sunday
from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
at Jim O'Hara's Cafe,
3974 South Tamiami
Trail through July 4. The
Community Assistance
Ministry Food Pantry
is open Tuesday and
Thursday from noon to
3 p.m. at Trinity Pres-
byterian Church, 4365
State Road 77P and
needs canned fruits,
vegetables, soups, pea-
nut butter and jelly and
more. 493-0018

Vacation Bible
School
* Emmanuel Lutheran
Church, 800 South
Tamiami Trail, holds
Vacation Bible School
from 9 a.m. to noon
July 12 to 16. Prekin-
dergarten to fifth-grade
students welcome. 488-
4942
* Fisherman's Net
Revival Center, 1101 S.
Tamiami Trail, announc-
es its free Veggie Tales
Vacation Bible School
for children 4 through
fifth grade from 9 a.m. to
noon Monday, July 12, to
Friday, July 16. For more
information, call 223-
1180 or 496-4908.

Music Camp
for kids
Registration ($75) is
open for First Baptist
Church's Summer Music
Camp that runs July 19
to 23, from 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. daily. Registration
deadline is Friday, July 2.
Registration covers book,
tape, classes, lunch and
T-shirt. Ages: completed
kindergarten to fifth
grade. For moire informa-


tion, call Greg McClure
or Diane Preiksat at 485-
1314.

Kids' summer
program
Calvary Bible Church,
1936 E. Venice Ave., of-
fers a weekly program
for kids ages 4 through
13 from 6:45 to 8 p.m.
Wednesday featuring
games, treats and Bible
lessons. Call Pastor Jones
at 485-7070.

Women's events
* Trinity Presbyte-
rian Church, 4365 State
Road 776, offers Mom's
Morning Out from 9 a.m.
to noon Mondays and
Wednesday. Designed
for children ages 2-4 so
moms can run errands,
or just relax. Parents are
asked to donate a few
hours each month to the
program. To. register, call
493-0018.
* Mom's Morning Out
at First Baptist Church,
312 W. Miami Ave., meets
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesdays
and Thursdays. 485-1314
Interdenominational
Women's Fellowship
group meets 9:30-11:30
a.m. Tuesday at Fish-
erman's Net Commu-
nity Church, 1101 South
Tamiami Trail, Venice.
Public is welcome. Call
223-1180.

Pancakes and
breakfasts
* Breakfast with the
Boys of New Life Assem-
bly of God meets at 6:30
a.m. Friday at Denny's
Restaurant, 1763 South
Tamiami Trail, for fel-
lowship and food. 493-
0775
* Free pancake sup-
per from 4:30 to 6 p.m.,
the last Sunday of every
month. No tickets, cou-
pons or money needed


at Emmanuel Lutheran,
800 South Tamiami Trail.
488-4942
* Prepared-to-order
pancakes, biscuits and
gravy, french toast,
bacon and sausage from
8 to 9:30 a.m. the first
Saturday of every month
at the Christ United
Methodist Church, 1475
Center Road. Cost is $4;
students 12 and older,
$1; younger than 12,
free. 493-7504

Healing
* Taking Hold of God's
Vision for Healing
meets at 7 p.m., the first
and third Tuesdays of
the month at New Life
Assembly of God, 5800
South Tamiami Trail.
Bible-based teaching
on subjects of health,
sickness, faith, etc. 493-
0775
* Angel Ministries, 2269
South Tamiami Trail,
holds a free Reiki healing
clinic, followed by prayer
group from 4 to 7 p.m.
Wednesday, and a heal-
ing service at 6:30 p.m.
Thursday. Dark room
meditation is from 7 to 9
p.m. Friday. $5.

Fun youth events
* Calvary Bible
Church, 1936 E. Venice
Ave., invites children
between the ages of 3
and 13 to AWANA Club
from 6:30 to 8 p.m. every
Wednesday. AWANA
Clubs teach biblical
truths and respect for
parents through games,
lessons and activities.
Call Pastor Jones at 485-
7070 for more informa-
tion.
* First Christian
Church, 1100 Center
Road, holds its After-
shock youth program for
all students in middle
school and high school
from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.,
Wednesday. 408-8088.


Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast

Florida Inc. seeks volunteers


FROM GIRL SCOUTS OF
GULFCOAST FLORIDA INC.

Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast
Florida Inc. is seek-
ing volunteers to help
complete short 20-min-
ute phone interviews of
applicants who want to
become volunteers for
the organization. Phone
interviews can be made
any time and place that
is convenient for the in-
terviewer. Some training
is required and will be
provided by the organiza-
tion.
It is preferred that
the potential volunteer
interviewer have a back-
ground in either human
resources, social work,
education, child and
family services or law


SUPPORT

FROM PAGE 8

South Tamiami Trail.
493-0775
* The Compassionate'
Friends support group
meets from 7:30 to 9 p.m.
the last Wednesday of
the month at Epiphany
Cathedral, Room 107,
Soy Building. For parents
who have lost a child
under any circumstances.
Call Larry at 408-4231.
* Cancer support
groups meet at 7 p.m.,
second and fourth Tues-
day and 1 p.m. second
and fourth Friday in the
chapel at Trinity Presby-
terian Church, 4365 State
Road 776. Facilitators:
Joe and Mary Thompson.
Free. 493-0018
* LifeChoice gathers
at 7 p.m. Wednesday
at Trinity Presbyterian :,
Church, 4365 State Road'
776. To help those who


enforcement. For more
information, contact
Amanda Jacob, director
of volunteer manage-
ment, at 239-561-1800,
ext. 406, or at amandaj@
gsgcf.org.
Girl Scouting builds
girls of courage, con-
fidence and character
who make the world a
better place. Girl Scouts
of Gulfcoast Florida
Inc. is chartered by
Girl Scouts of the USA
and serves more than
11,200 girls in 10 coun-
ties including: Manatee,
Hardee, Highlands,
Sarasota, DeSoto,
Charlotte, Glades, Lee,
Hendry and Collier.
For more information,
go to the Web site www.
gsgcf.org.


struggle with any form
of destructive behav-
ior, from drug abuse to
overeating or alcoholism.
Rick Warren's Celebrate
Recovery model used.
Free. 493-0018
* Bereavement support
group, 4 to 5:30 p.m. sec-
ond and fourth Thursday
at Epiphany Cathedral
Parish Library. Call Phyl-
lis Jackson at 493-5436.
* Reformers Unani-
mous International
meets 7-9:30 p.m. Fri-
days, at Victory Baptist
Church, 241 Burney
Road, Osprey. Call Pastor
Arlo Elam at 966-4716 or
visit reformu.com.
* Couples Helping
Couples meets 7:30-9
p.m., Fridays, at South
Venice Christian Church,
2390 Seaboard Ave.
Anonymous 12-step
program for all couples.
No 12-step experience
necessary. 475-8535 or
492-9547, or visit www.
recovering-couples.org.


LESSONS: Our weaknesses are part of having free will


FROM PAGE 8
little bit sick? If God
truly has all power, then
why wouldn't he sim-
ply remove all of our
weaknesses, all of our
"thorns"? The reason is
this: God can remove all
of our weaknesses, but if
he did, we would start to
take the credit; we would
forget what God has
done and we would give
ourselves all the glory,
honor and praise. Even-
tually, we would reach
the point of not even
thinking that we need
God anymore, because
why would we need God
if life was perfect?
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as some sort of divine
job security? The answer
is "No." God does not
take away our weak-
nesses because in our
weakness, his power is
experienced. Our weak-
nesses are an essential
part of our freedom of
will; we all have the abil-
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weaknesses.
A second reason for
God not taking away
our weaknesses is our
testimony. How relat-
able would we be to a
hurting world if we were
perfect? How much of
a connection could we
make with our neigh-
bors if we had no weak-
nesses and if we had no
means for them to deal,
handle and overcome


their weaknesses?
God allows us to be us
while we live in him so
that we can be a testimo-
ny to all of those around
us who are not living
in him. The testimony
is not, "Look at me and
what I have done" but,
"Look at what God is
doing."
This is the boasting
that Paul speaks of in our
passage this week.

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71 Feminine pronoun
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81 Poem parts
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90 Stability
92 Manuscript
93 Minnesota or
Waller
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DEAR ABBY


DEAR ABBY: My
father is a successful at-
torney. He appears to be
the ideal father because
he's charming, has a
sense of humor and is
intelligent.
He's a different per-
son in private. Since I
was 12, he has verbally
and emotionally abused
me, sometimes hitting
me, throwing me down,
threatening to evict or
kill me. Abby, I was not
a bad child. I never ex-
perimented with drugs or
alcohol and spent little
time with friends. I'm
currently in college and
maintain a 4.0 GPA.
My family and I think
my father is mentally ill.
He's extremely unstable
and has a family history
of these issues, including
suicide. He has started
stockpiling his deceased
father's belongings,;


speaks to the dog as if it
were a human being and
obsessively checks things
in the house like locks,
etc. He has extreme
anger issues and other
bizarre behaviors.
It's clear Dad has a
problem, but because it
has not affected him at
work he sees no reason
to get help. The one
time I brought it up it
only enraged him. He
believes he is the ruler
of the house, in con-
trol of everything, but
it's obvious he's losing
control.
We know we can't
force him to get help,
but what can I do to get
Dad to see a psychiatrist
or to improve the situ-
ation? Mom has given
up, and I'm afraid for my
little sister. She's in high
school and still lives at
home. - BIG SIS IN
NEW MEXICO
DEAR BIG SIS: Your
mother should have
insisted your father get
help when he started
abusing you. Because
she didn't, you should
have told a teacher or
counselor at school
because they are man-
dated to report it. If
your father abuses your
sister, that's what she


must do.
. While many people
mistakenly think that
domestic abuse hap-
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come families, family
violence occurs among
people on all social
and economic levels.
Because you fear for
your sister's safety,
contact the National
Domestic Violence
Hotline at (800) 799-
7233. The people there
can suggest help for
your mother and sister,
but your father cannot
be "helped" unless he's
willing to finally admit
he needs it.
DEAR ABBY: I just
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a friend who is being
married. The invitation I
received stated, "Please
join us for a manicure
and pedicure in honor of
the bride-to-be."
I was home about 10
minutes when I received
a phone call from one of
my hostesses. She told
me that I had left without
paying for my manicure
and pedicure! I was
floored. I told her I had
forgotten, but the fact is,
I had assumed since the
invitation stated "Please
join us" that the host-
esses were paying.
Did I misinterpret the
invitation? Or do people
now "host" parties where
they expect the guests
to pay their own way?


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misinterpret the invita-
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clearly mentioned that
the event was "no host"
and the guests would be
required to pay for their
own "salon services." I
see no reason why you
should have assumed,
that you'd be asked to
pay, and your confusion
is understandable. But
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are the "hostesses."
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FROM PAGE 5
how to view 3D viewing,
projection and use cam-
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more information, call
Brian at 493-7939.
Venice Public Library
300 S. Nokomis Ave.
Venice, FL 34285

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The program is set for
Monday, June 28, 1-3
p.m.

Beach fun
On Tuesday, June 29, at
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Musical morning
On Tuesday, June 22, at
10:30 a.m. Allan Lieber-
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Animated film
Tuesday, July 6, at 1
p.m. enjoy "Ponyo," a
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Wednesday, 10-10:30
a.m., a program for ages
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books; July 7, music fun;
July 14, numbers; July 21,
tales; and July 28, letters.

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All Wednesdays in June
and the first three in July,
1-3 p.m., make duct tape
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and more. Designed for
ages 9-18.


Performing Arts in
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Film historian Jim
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Thursday in June and
July to show the film
versions of great opera,
ballet, and Broadway
performances. All films
start at 1 p.m. The Kirov
Orchestra, Opera Cho-
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Tchaikovsky's "Mazeppa"
(1996) on June 24.


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and July

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$129K. Call Terry Long - Always
Long on Service! @ Keller Williams
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9811 Eagle Preserve Drive /
WATERFRONT Lot
on Inter coastal Waterway. $399k
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ENGLEWOOD/ROTONDA AREA
13466 Damell Ave WATER-
FRONT (Fresh water ) Totally
updated! $80k
3021 Holly Ave. 2/2/1 Double
wide Mobile w/water/sewer $69k
117 Apollo Drive NEWER 4 Bed-
room + office & pool! Loaded w/
extras $349K
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3/2/2 Canal Front home!
All new flooiring. Great buy at
$108,900. Tarpon Coast Really
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PORT CHARLOTTE
2/1 Elkcam Blvd $48,000
2/2 Peachland Blvd $64,500
4/2 River Bank $175,500
2/2 Mt. Prospect $45,000
2/2 Burkhart $38,000
3/2 Aldworth St $65,000
2/2 Armsdale Ave $60,000
2/2 Sapling Ave $57,000
2/1.5 Page St $51,500
3/2 Janwood Ave $130,000
2/2 Lakeworth blvd $59,850
3/2 Villa St. $64,000
NORTH PORT
3/2 Kalsted St $114,300
3/2 Masuko Ave $122,880
3/2 Clarinet Ave $80,000
3/2 Shawnee Terr $64,000
ENGLEWOOD
1/1 Gillespie St $61,200
3/2 Bay Ave $54,000
2/2 Thames Ave $40,000
PUNTA GORDA
3/2 Angelica $58,950
4/2 Deep Creek Blvd $108,000
VENICE
'/2 Venice East Blvd $99,500
_/2 Clemson Rd $77,700
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w/ pool. Near Kingsway CC.
$299,500 941-380-1961
Debbie@DebbieSaunders.com
Allison James Estates &
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2/2/2 w/den & lanai, 1742 sq ft,
Gated Community, Beautiful
home, move in cond, new paint
outside $219,000 941-423-8810.


iiu.1n r-UK J/o/c/. sjouibo,
Lanai, all appls & W/D, fenced,
Sprinkler sys, Low maint & taxes.
$159,750 941-429-9305 Eves


NORTH PORT: 3 acres/2master
suits,4/3, pond, barn, acerage,
$399,900. Paula Brill Casa del
Sol Realty 941-246-2500
PORT CHARLOTTE:
UNFINISHED HOME!! Concrete
Shell Only, Sec. 15. 23156
Lark Ave. $49,900. obo
941-628-2883






PORT CHARLOTTE 125K.
Absolutely Delightful.
2BR/2BA/2CG, Pool,
4239 Durant St 941-235-3336






PORT CHARLOTTE 13417 B.e-on
$124,900 Quality renovated 3/2/2
F/W canal EXTRA lot New/Nearly
new everything! 941-456-5860


PUI CHARLUI It 4/4/Z Neaucea
$20,000! fenced yard, shed, split-
plan, updated, near park & boat
ramp, $129,000. 941-766-7369.
PORT CHARLOTTE 21351
Walling Ct, 3/2/2 Completely
remodeled Everything new, A
must see! 5149K 941-456-3658






PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/2 NEW
tilefloors, high/tray ceilings roam-
in shower, Corian, hurricane win-
dows Only $144K 941-628-8579






PORT CHARLOTTE 3053 Stone
St. GC. 3/3/2 Waterfront;' pool,
boat lift, fireplace. $399,900.
941-627-3321 contact Shellee
Guinda @ Century21


run uI nH.LU I oeautmul
3/2/2 w/pool, huge screened lanai,
dock, on sailboat canal 1 block to
harbor. Priced for quick sale at
$349,900 Patti 269-8494035


tion, all new granite/maple/SS
/flrs/air/+++, 3/2/1, Suncoast
Real Properties 941-235-1747
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UUIuI III - UUJUJ VVNluI pUUI OlNU L-IIU
lot. Tucked away but so close.
Open floor plan, lots of'trees,
fenced yard. $160,000
MLS# C7011719
RE/MAX Anchor of Marina Park
Call Pat Walker 941-276-4674
PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/2 Pool,
lanai, fenced. Parade of Homes
Award Winner - Priced to sell!
$159,90. or Rental prices avail.,
941-258 3185
www.MarsellaiHomes.com


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


PORT CHARLOTTE Lovely 3/1
home NEW: roof, A/C, cabin.,
kitch. apple, floors. $79K Poss.
finance 941-629-6329


rFU ISMI.iLV I .., i uI a IIiu:
3/3/6 Car Gar., large fam. & liv-
ing room + office. S209K Blaine,
Power Brokers 941-740-2595

PORT CHARLOTTE, NEW CONST.
3/2/2, 1971 SF. $119,900. MANY
UPGRADES. 5487 Brussels Terr.
Builder Special. 941-416-5621


PUNTA GORDA 3. 2 2 vaulte-d:
ceiling, alarm system, new A/C,
fenced yard, Burnt Store Village.
$125,000. 941-875-2189 Paul
Nunez, Thomas Ryan & Assoc.






PUNTA GORDA ISLES 3525
Roseau Dr Fast Sailboat access!
Views! Karen Tammen RE/MAX
Harbor. $479,000. 941-380-
0639 karent@remax.net


run IA UGluLA ancneftes. uuiIt
in '05. 3/2/2 w/pool, on 1 1/2
acres. 1953 sf w/Ig. lanai. asking
$230,000 obo. 239-284-9119.


ruNiIA GOUKU A emoaelea
2/2/2 pool home with dockage
for 65' plus sailboat, depth
maintained by city, dead end
street in restricted neighbor-
hood. $229,900. Lisa
Laflamme, Micheal Saunders
and Assoc., 941-916-0538,
Lisala@earthlink.net


2Ba, pool, 1970sf. $310,000
Deborah & Dick Miller Team.
RE/MAX Anchor. 941-662-9900


rUiUN 1A un/A. -././/, iNew
Corian kitchen, many upgrades,
fruit trees, dock on sailboat
canal. Move in cond. $270,000.
(941)-505-2225


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ROTONDA BEAUTIFUL 3/2/3
Canal front home Cath. ceil-
ings, SS appliances, Granite
counter tops and an extra
deep 3 car garage for your
boat! Wont last long.
$176,500
Ron @ Tarpon Coast Realty
(941)-223-4781
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SOUTH VENICE EAST side 3/2/2
split, cath. ceiling & fire place eat
in kitchen inside laundry.
REDUCED TO $129.000
Investment RIty 492-5050


3BR/2BA on Beautiful
wooded lot. Very Private, 1
mile to Manasota Key Beach.
$109,900
Kevin @ Tarpon Coast Realty
941-716-0564
VENICE BAY INDIES 2br/2ba
Double wide, Nice, Clean, Good
cond. Lot fee $750/mo Only
$1000. its yours! 941-2324263


PORT CHARLOTTE BEACH
Gorgeous! 4BR/3.5BA/2
Custom pool hm.
100' Seawall $575k
Lowest interest rates ever
CALL NOW! 850-567-7978


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


t.I'.ULt.... ,_VVUUU '4,14, j ,,Jr
End unit, Furn. Tennis Court & Pool
Asking $110,000
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
pool, Rol-Safe shutters, all tile,
$145,000. FSBO 941-460-0669

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rui Mn I unun, C.dIL-inAI
Access, .Almost new 3/2/2CP,
Fireplace, 1,700 sf. Nice area!
$179,000. 941-624-0355

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LAKE 5UZY, _.r tjil . '. r.,,
2/2 Furn. $74,900. Jill Brouwer
Realty, 941-766-1606 Linda
941-457-7245 Jill 941-2764459

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LAKE SUZY 11289 SW Esse..
Dr., 2/2, Den. Beautiful single unit
at Kingsway Country Club.
$169,950 Linda 941-457-7245
or Jill Brouwer 941-276-4459


VENICE Blue Heron Pond LAKE SUZY Kingsway CC area,
Executive 3bed/2bath/Custom 11433 SW Courtney.
built pool home Nothing but' 3bdrm/2bath. $219,950. Jill
the best! $297,900 941-228-2849 Brouwer Realty, Linda 941-457-
Debbie Jones Investors Choice 7245 or Jill 276-4459


split, renovated, new kit/bagran-
ite, tile, appls, blocks to South
Venice Beach ferry & Shamrock
Park, $139,999 941-408-7110


LAKE SUZY, 12951 SW
Kingsway Cir. 3/2.5ba, den,
pool/spa $399,000. MLS#
C7002190 Linda 941-457-7245
Jill Brouwer Realty 941-276-4459


VE.nuIE .Aneo ur JAUnA, n- PG - BLUE HEKUN FIItES
DA Beautiful lake view, maint 55+ golf comm. 2/2/CP
free. 2BR/2BA/2CG + den On pond, Lg. lanai, new floors
$314K 941-408-9289 New paint, clean & well maint.
REDUCED $59,900
WATERFRONT 941-347-8618
m HOMES 1030


MANASOTA KEY
Waterfront cottage for sale.
No bridges to gulf.
Call 941-237-8906






MYAKKA RIVER$55OK!
Like new, Tip lot, Open W/Stun-
ning views Pool,Dock,the works!
A Deal! C. Smith Premier Props
of PG 941-979-2982


PORT CHARLOTTE 510 E.Tar-
Son Blvd, wide canal, 10 mins.to
arbor, 10,0001b boatlift, very
Irg.lanai, new kitch. redone gran-
ite counters, 2/2/1, new tile, fur-
nished $189,000 941-629-5199
PUNTA GORDA WATERFRONT
Great View, Boat Dock, newer
2/2/CP, & 12x12 lanai. Res
Owned, htd pool, Lg club house.
no pets. 55+, $88.000. Sell-
ing due to health, 941-833-8370


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

SCONDOS/VILLAS
FOR SALE
1040


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DEcr GREccK villa, nHritage
Lake Park, 2/2, den, 2CG, green-
belt, tile, crown molding thru out,
$149,900 941-627-6542


LAKE SUZY, Norm h-ri.ore ,'n.
dominium #1205. 3/2 beautiful,
furn., lake views from EVERY win-
dow. $124,500! 517-789-5129






LAKE SUZY, PRESTIGIOUS
KINGSWAY GOLF VILLA
On 15th hole, Beautifully Fum. End
Unit, Move in Ready, Immac. 3/2/2
Open Plan w/ over 2400 sq. ft.
under airi Family Room overlooks
Golf Course! Community Pool,
Breathtaking Views! $184,900.
Melody Wheat
United Country Wheat Realty
941-628-6825

PUNTA GORDA ISLES
BEAUTIFUL *5 MINSTO"f
FISHERMANS VILLAGE
Beautiful Ig furnished 2/2 condo,
water view, 10klb boat lift, htd
pool, large lanai, $209,900 Tarpon
Coast Realty Call Ron McGurie
.941-223-4781


PORT CHARLOTTE IBR/1BA in
55+ comm. Across from The
Cultural Center. New Win-
dows, carpet, paint, tile, etc..
$28,000 941-743-2684
or 941-391-4708
PORT CHARLOTTE
Affordable living- Completely
fuminshed 1 BR Villa
Ground floor, small complex, low
maint. fee, convenient to Cultural
Center, hospitals, & shopping.
Very clean, neat, & ready to
move into. $36,900 obo.
Owner 941-391-4805

PORT CHARLOTTE CONDO
Ground floor, fum,
2BR/2BA/CP Pool, Jacuzzi,
Tennis, Shuffle Board,
Rec Hall, etc $59,900.
941-613-2940

PORT CHARLOTTE LAKES EDGE
1st floor, Next to pool, lake view
2BR/2BA all tile, Open, bright,
clean hurricane windows.
$65,000 owner 561-452-2959
PORT CHARLOTTE, Promenades
W, fum, spacious sing, 4 closets,
breakfast bar, laundry, pool, etc.
$47,500. 814-838-1991 or 941-
258-2478
PUNTA GORDA Emerald Pointe
Condo, 4th fir. Canal view. 2/1,
Beautifully appointed. Turnkey.
Boat Slip.$127.9K 941-637-1422.


NIUI I runT i m , -, 5 3 oern 2
master suites, 2307 SF, htd.
pool in gated Charleston Park.
$289,900. Karen 941-429-1659
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New Lakefront 4BR/3BA/3cg
Executive Pool home on
Cul-de-sac. Gated comm, golf,
tennis, By owner $325,000
810-287-4960
NORTH PORT Owner Finance
Cant Get a Mortgage?
Must have at least $7,000
Down 3/2/1 Nice area.
Ready to Go! $99,900.
941-966-4926


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on "key" lot that overlooks large lake
& an unobstructed view of the club-
house for Pelican Pointe Golf &
Country Club, 3BR, 2BA, 20G.
Volume ceilings, tile & wood floors,
hurricane shutters, & More.
$349,900
Gae Stewart,, GRI, CRS, IRES
941-488-6262
gaestewart-venicefl.com


with expansive view of golf course &
lake. Perfect for a pet owner, open
the back door & let the little darling
out. Totally renovated with Corlan
counters, new cabinets, new appli-
ances. Turnkey Furnished in Florida
colors & furnishings. $136,900
Gae Stewart GRI, CRS, IRES
941-488-6262
gaestewart-venlcefl.com


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extensively modified for handicapped.
Kitchen has 2 cook places, one regu-
lar, one lowered for wheel chair
access. 3BR, 3BA, a 2 car detached
garage. Almost 3,000 sq. ft. under air.
Large corner lot, fenced. $199,900
Gae Stewart, GRI, CRS, IRES
941-488-6262
gaestewart-venicefl.com


LUV.-L.J IOLIILJ I InUIVL.
on beautifully treed corner lot.
Everything is easily accessible- the
beaches, downtown, restaurants,
shopping. 2BR, 2BA, newer pool.
Home is in excellent condition
for it's age. $209,000
Gae Stewart GRI, CRS, IRES
941-488-6262
gaestewart-venicefl.com


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CONDOS/VILLAS
FOR SALE
1040


PUNA G DUAUI ISLES, Lili,.-
Harbor, New never lived in 3/2
Canal. $199K Elaine 941-661-
4800 Fishermans Village Realty


PUNTA GORDA ISLES, Luury
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


S DUPLEXES
FOR SALE
1070


INi- UL"VVUUU II I' u.: l U,-t '.Ial
Duplex for sale, $99,900 CBS
2/1.5 per unit. Newly renovated.
Located in beautiful waterfront
community. 14 1/2% cap rate.
Call Doug 941-258-8099
WARM MINERAL SPRINGS,
Duplex. 2br/2ba & 1/1, walk to
springs. $89,200."SAM"' Meyer,
REMAX Anchor, 941-456-8131

L TRI-PLEX
FOR SALE
^^ 1075


over looking the main channel w room, 1-3 bedroom, great loca-
S* * amenities. Reduced 941-286- tion on the bay, pool, $900,000
9647 www.ThinkPuntaGorda.com 941-206-0250
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941-429-3116
or Email;
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VENICE
FOR SALE - DOWN TO:
367 Condo Apts (MLS)
117 Villas (MLS)
640 Homes (MLS)
Call us: 941-485-4804
1-800-464-8497
BIRD BAY REALTY, INC.
Venice, FL
"We Do Venice & Area"

/DUPLEXES
FOR SALE
f1a 1070




E. ENGLEWOOD - 3/2/2 on
each side. All appliances. Very
Nice. Looks Like new. Only 4 yrs
old. $230K 941-809-1820
Classified = Results


iNl:lVr.o i Ur . ruinIallU
Triplex Just steps from the
beach on Manasota Key.
Great income potential
$279,000
1300 Holiday Drive
Ron Tarpon Coast Realty
941-223-4781


2-2bdr. 1-lbdr. Fully rented.
New paint, & septic pumps.
$119,900 Call 941-421-2085

MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE
1090







ARCADIA 2004 Skyline, DeSoto
Village 55+, 2/2, 1144 sq ft.
Lanai, Shed w.'loft, Turn Key
$54K 260413-4090


I MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE
1090

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.
Add'I bedroom also features a
walk-in closet. Spacious kitchen
w/island & breakfast area.
$159,000. Keller Williams Realty
Lake Wales. 863-221-0932.





LAKE SUZY Ci.iuntr, Livice 4 mi.-
to PC, 1-75, Wal Mart, PRIVATE 2
1/2 acres, 3/2/CP, well, septic
$159,900. 941-743-6601.





NORTH PORT-HARBOR COVE
$4000 Down-$14,500
2B/1B Furn Mobile Hm in
Beautiful 55+Waterfrnt Park
$695/mo includes lot rent
Owner Finance. sold sold
PUNTA GORDA 1/1 14x40
furn, 55+ Resident owned SR.
Park. RIVER HAVEN MHP
10100 Burnt Store Rd Unit
129 Low maint. fees
$29,000/obo 516-850-0576





PUNTA GORDA 2i)04 Jacobsen
2/2/Den, 55+, dbl wd, open fir
plan, Ig lanai, shed, furn incl.
$89,900. 941-637-7803
VENICE ISLE REAL ESTATE
SALES, INC. 55+ Resident
Owned Comm. Uc. R.E.
Broker. 941-485-7743
Many homes to choose from.




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VENICE, Very desirable 55 +
community, 2/2, like new,
2004 Palm Harbor, approx
1250 sf, wind zone 3 rated, all
drywall, cathedral ceilings,
ceramic tile in kitchen and bath,
very nicely furnished,$79,900
OBO 941493-0019


MANUFACTURED
HOMES FOR SALE
1095


Arcadia Village 55+, #475,
3Br./2B, furnished 2006 Palm
Harbour Triple Wide, double car-
port, lunai. $132,500.00
(863)494-6033.

ENGLEWOOD
Beautiful Like Brand new
Mobile in Gated park. Rec




Call Ron 941-223-4781
Tarpon Coast Realty






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


OUT OF AREA
HOMES
1110


JOHNSON CITY TN, English
Tudor Estate on 4 acres, 4/3.5,
new gourmet kit, in-law apt, 5000
SF, $645,000 423-343-6349






KINGSPORT, TN I ne.: , '.c::-r iiil
Duplex, 3/2.5/1, 9' ceilings, hard
wood floors, $159,000 423-343-
6349 www.standrewsgarth.com

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Palm Harbor Homes, 2/2/2car-
pbrt 1474 sq ft, $155K Blaine,
ower Brokers 941-740-2595.

PALM HARBOR HOMES
Has closed 2 Model Centers
Save up to $60k on Select Models!
Cal 1-800-622-2832


PUNTA GORDA 3 2 Ja obsern,
1580 SF. Maintained & updated.
Awesome water view, golf cart
incl. 55+ comm. Lot #46. Pets
OK. $99;500. 941-833-3334


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PUNTA GORDA TurnKev 2 2,
2005 Jacobsen, caged pooV lanai,
handicapped access, no lot rent,
55+, $128,900 734-788-1548
PUNTA GORDA Nice remod-
eled 2bed/2bath, large carport,
screenroom,utility shed, $13,900
941-626-7829 Greg.


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2/2 Pendleton $575
3/2 Sunnybrook $850
3/2 Willmington $875
2/2 Gardens $700
2/1 NY Ave, duplex $550
2/1.5 Morning Dove $550
North Port
3/2 Afar Ave $825
Port Charlotte
2/1 Conway $625
Venice
2/2 Loyola $850
SHORT TERM OR SEASONAL
2/2 Knox from $800
2/2 Sandalhaven from $950
1/1 Denison, from $900
2/1 Perry Ln from $900
2/1 Deep Creek from $900
2/1.5 Sandlor from $1000
3/2 Snowflake, from $1500
1/1 Harbor Village from $800
COMMERCIAL
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Comm Condo $800 plus tax
Tiffany Square
Office Suite $1000 plus tax
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941-475-7011
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ENGLEWOOD 2/1.5BA cottage
NEWLY REVOVATED 1175 Mar-
tin Dr. Lg. great room, good storage.
Shed $650/mo (941)-475-8191
ENGLEWOOD EAST
New 2/2/2, family room.
Must see. $1050 mo 1st +
dep. 941-426-2992 No pets!
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2 BR / 2BA
132 Englewood Garden Ct -
$895.00
LARGE 2/2/2 - Split Plan
Quiet Neighborhood
11417 Poplin Ave.
Custom Duplex - $750.00
1400 Under A/C- Lawn
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BALCONY! VENICE
3 bedroom Gazebo with
1! corner unit. spa. 2/2 with
Cathedral fireplace
ceiling. & garage,
Upgraded plus rear
throughout. - ..- pet yard
Bird Bay priced right.
MLS#N5760952 MLS#N5769190
1 160,000 $99,000
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NOKOMISI WITH OFFICE
4 Bedroom 1725 sq. ft.
wahome on 2 rehouse,
500 sq. h.
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with Florida Unusually large
room. private ,' 1 cul-de-sac yard
plus mature 2BR/2BA free-
citrus, nearstandg home.
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historic community near
district. Nokomis Beach
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ENGLEWOOD Rentals
M&M Property MGMT
CALL 941 473-9616 or
mmpropertymgmtcom
ANNUAL & SEASONAL
RENTALS
Call The Pineapple Girls
941-473-U333
Pineapple Gulf Prop. Mgmt. Inc.
www.RentEnglewood.com
ENGLEWOOD:
Lg. 3/2/2 pool $1300
2/2/1 pool shed $925
2/1/1 comm pool $625
WEST COAST PROP. MGT
941-473-0718
www.RentalsFlorida.net




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$450... 2/2 Condo, 55+, cm pool.....PC
$650....2/2 Condo,cm pool,inc.water..PC
$650...2/2/CP Condo,gated, cm pool.DC
$850...2+/2/2 Villa, gated, cm pool..D'C
$850...3/2/2 AVAIL. NOW .................NP
$1100..3/2/2 Tile, Pool...................ROT



HOMES IN GATED
COMMUNITY
15 Homes!
Furnished/Unfurnished
Annual or Seasonal
(941)-629-3337 or
(941)-650-9831
vwww.mbgvacahlcnro,)pjertihe' ro.jn,

* NEED A RENTAL*
Paradise Properties &
Rentals, Inc.941-625-RENT
NOKOMIS, INLETS CONDO
w/pool, tennis & exercise 1/1/1
$750 Mo. Call Stetson Properties
941-475-7603
NORTH PORT cute 2/1+/CP,
pool, washer/dryer, pet ok.
$800 + security.
239-948-3463
PORT CHARLOTTE
$700/mo. NICE 2/1/1 ;
$800 Nice 3/2/1. All Tile, New
Kitchen & Bath, Nice Area. 1st.
& Sec. Pets Ok. (941)-743-2040
PORT CHARLOTTE 2/1.5
Clean, 1CG plus shed. Nice neigh-
borhood. 1st, last, & deposit
negotiable. $745. 941-586-7697
PORT CHARLOTTE 2/2 or 3/2,
tile, lanai, appl. w/d $675-$995
mo. 1st + sec. Ann. Sm. pet ok
(941)-626-1514 941-743-0386
PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2 CP, FW
Canal, small pool, Sec Dep.
$1,000, $700mo. 941-875-9587
PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2, Gar-
dens of Gulf Cove, pool & tennis
$650+1st/last/sec 941-223-
9119 or 941-698-0902
PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/2
152 Buckeye: 2,000 sq ft pool
home on water, $1,275.
Credit/background ck reqd.
941-628-9810.
PORT CHARLOTTE FRESH
WATER CANAL 3/2/2 1800sf,
VERY CLEAN. 2417 CONWAY
$925/MO 941-628-1796
PUNTA GORDA 2/1/1+FL rm well
maint, boat ramp access, $775
ARCARDIA 2/1 complete remodel
$675.7188290895/646-284-5861


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236 Tampa Ave. W., Venice, FL
941-484-7644
www.rentalcompanyofvenice.com
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HOMES FOR RENT



PORT CHARLOTTE
Lrg., 2 Bdrm, 1 Bath
central heat & air
NEW blinds & carpets, No
Pets $550. (941)-743-3489
PUNTA GORDA 3/1 Tile
Throughout, central air/heat,
$650 mo. Rent or Rent to Own
941-639-2823
PUNTA GORDA ISLES 2/2/2,
Excellent waterfront location,
$895. View at www.flarentals.net
Realty Mgt 941-625-3131
ROTONDA 1400 sq ft, 3/2/2
With pool on freshwater canal,
Very private. $950 month.
941-697-6157
ROTONDA
3/2/2 screen lanai $950
2/2/2 duplex lanai $700
WEST COAST PROP. MGT
941-473-0718
www.RentalsFlorida.net
ROTONDA WEST 3/2/2 on
canal, built in 06. Split bedrooms,
nice floorplan. Call Stetson Prop-
erties $1050. 941-475-7603
ROTONDA** Beautiful
Newer 3/2/2 in Prestigious
golf course community.
$975/mo Ron
941-223-4781

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QUESTIONS ANSWERED
NO COST
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The Foreclosure Relief Team
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SOUTH VENICE 2/2, screened
lanai, fence, pets ok, $750/mo
plus first and security deposit
941-726-6754
VENICE, Chestnut Creek 2/2/1
Just rebuilt New everything
w/wood cabs & granite $1175 Mo
Stetson Properties 941-475-7603

CONDOS/VILLAS
FOR RENT
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CONDOS/VLLAS
FOR RENT
1240

DEEP CREEK 2/2, 1st floor,
$495. Many others to choose
from. View at www.flarentals.net
Realty Mgt 941-625-3131
DEEP CREEK 2/2, lanai, cath,
ceil., tile, wood cab., granite, w/d
inc. Pets ok $675+'up.
941-661-4539
DEEP CREEK, 1st.Fir. 2/2, Pool,
LR, DR, Lanai, New Vanities, Shower
Doors, Ceiling Fans, Tile Firs., Win-
dows. $675. mo (941�575-7559
NORTH PORT 2/2, gar., 1st
floor, lake view, gated. All Ameni-
ties. $900mo. Avail. now. 941-
875-3968 or 941- 429-2515
NORTH PORT 3/2/2 Villa,
gated comm. Workout ctr. Pool.
S850/mo.+Dep 941-626-
8826
PORT CHARLOTTE 2/2/CP
1600sf, refurbished in '05, wood fl,
walk to hospital, pool, W/D , water
& cable incl. $695 941-626-4979
PORT CHARLOTTE Great
2BR/2BA unit in Gulf Cove
Point. $700 Mo. + sec. Pets OK.
1/2 Duplex in S. Gulf Cove
2BR/2BA,' garage, screened
lanai, $875 mo + sec.
Call Carol Knouse REMAX Home-
town Properties. 941-391-7363
carol.knouse@gmail.com
PORT CHARLOTTE Sunshine
Villas, 1 & 2 Bedrooms
Close to Cultual center.
$475-$600/mo 941-815-2963
PORT CHARLOTTE, Beautiful,
Furn 1BR. Walk to all. Pool, Eleva-
tor, W/D. $550.
941-255-3006
PUNTA GORDA 2/2 Venetian
Isles, PGI Tile floors, all appli-
ances, large lanai, Dock, SB
access, heated pool, tennis,
$900 mo. annual rental
270-205-6400
PUNTA GORDA ISLES condo
2/2 waterfront and Port Charlotte
house 3/2 pool, furn or unfurn
Annual/Seasonal 941-629-4444
PUNTA GORDA WATERFRONT
Emerald Pointe. Luxury Fur-.
nished units. w amenities incl.
boat dock, 3 pools, tennis, bal-
cony waterfront views. 2-3 bed-
rooms 2Bath. No pets. annual
lease. 941-626-3350


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ANNUA & SEAO I ROTONDA BEAUTIFUL
ANNUAL & SEASONAL 2br/2ba $695 mo plus utili-
RENTALS ties. & deposit. Also Furnished
IN BIRD BAY VILLAGE Villas available (941)2685275
Utilities paid except electric I
BIRD BAY REALTY (Venice) VENICE 2/2 condo w/ lanai, htd
484-6777 or 800-464-8497 pool, Golf Course Comm. Great
pooi-I our.sewl mImi.ic11I


lU iiUoIIn. Fully furnishbeI ,
$925/mo (94113564395
VENICE ATHENS TOWNHOUSE
Luxury living in a rental unit 2/2
3 blks to bch & shops. Annual $875
941485-7645


VENICE ISLAND LOVELY
2BR/2BA Condo. Furnished,
lanai, cable TV, Pool $850/mo
941-441-7459

DUPLEXES
FOR RENT



PORT CHARLOTTE Murdock
Area, 2/2/1, large walk-in clos-
et, pantry, $600. 15547 Cham-
berlain #A 941-815-7883


CONDOS & VILLAS
MIl Las Palmas Condo, Community Pool, 55+, 1st Month Bee---.... 650
1ll Venice Centre Condo, Community Pool, Clubhouse-----..... .---$650
2/2 Blackburn Cove Condo........................ ................$985


HOMES
2/2/Cp Venice Gardens Home, Pet Friendly....................................$850
3/2/1 South Venice Home, Washer/Dryer.......................................$975
3/2/1 Nokomis Pool Home, Pet OK..................................................$1400


L DUPLEXES APARTMENTS
FOR RENT FOR RENT
%4 O1300 L 1320


NOKOMIS Move In Special 2
and 3 bedrooms, good area,
clean units, water included, from
$600 & up 941-228-6380
PORT CHARLOTTE DEEP
CREEK 2bd/2ba, with 2 car-
garage & lanai. Near Exit 170,
$750/mo (941)-737-7037
PORT CHARLOTTE, 21294 Coul-
ton Ave., 2/1, stove, refrig., a/c,
yrd. incl., w/d hook up, $495 +
$495 sec. 941-627-3764
'PUNTA GORDA 2/1/CP, very
clean, $675 month, includes
water. $1,300 moves you in.
941-740-0491
PUNTA GORDA Clean 2/2 on
Lake. Water included. $700 mo.
941-740-4925
PUNTA GORDA ISLES 2/2/1,
w/d, hurricane shutters, $750
mo + dep. 239-289-4972 I

PUNTA GORDA- 2/1, CHA, W/W
carpet, W/D hookup, screen
lanai lawn care, water/sewer
inc. $495 mo. No pets! 941-769-
6548 days, 639-8829 evenings.

APARTMENTS
FOR RENT
1320


CHAR HARBOR APTS. 1BR
$475/mo and 2BR $550/mo
941-505-8530
CHARLOTTE HARBOR 1/1 apt.
updated, incl water pool scr. lanai
no pets $550. 941-628-3759.
ENGLEWOOD 1ST MONTH
FREE 12 mins from Venice
2br w/den 2 ba 1300sf, pool
$399. moves you in $750/ino
9414730450
ENGLEWOOD FURN S 1BR
SQuiet and home like. $430
inclds water & cable. Convient
No pets 941-474-5869

ENGLEWOOD
1E2t Immed. occup.
oSpo.WI, AFFORDABLE
1 BEDROOM APTS. 62+
Income limits apply.
GROVE CITY MANOR
941-697-4677
TDD 614-442-4390

ENGLEWOOD, 1/1
QUWE, NEw PANT & CARPET.
$500/mo $300 SEC.
INCL. WATER 941-223-1809
ENGLEWOOD- FURN 2BR1BA
Clean W/D, Safe, Quiet!
$675/mo 6 mo min. 941492-6025
ENGLEWOOD: MANASOTA
KEY, 2/1, steps to bch. until. &
cable incl. Sm. pets ok, $225wk.
Long term 941-716-3660


VENICE SANDEff, 1 &2br,
Immed. occup. No pets, 1 yr
lease 941416-5757or 323-6466


MANASOTA KEY, 2BR/2BA,
close to Beach. 6 Mo. min. Good
Deal. Small pet OK Call (941)-
661-7120.
NOKOMIS 1BR Duplex, CP, laun-
dry room, $550 mo + util;
ENGLEWOOD 1 BR apt $500
mo includes util 941-270-2650


NOKOMIS: Totally brand
new inside 1 BEDRM APT.
1/2 Block to Nokomis
Beach. $700/mo,plus
deposits! Less with maint.
Assistance. 941-350-7867
NORTH PORT (2) 2/2 Apts.
1100sqft. Cathedral Ceilings, Sky-
light, Tile floor, New Carpet &
Paint, Upstairs, No Pets. $700 mo.
1st, Last & Sec. 941-628-9415
NORTH PORT
VICTORIA POINTE APTS.
at Sumter & Appomattox
between US 41 & 1-75
Accepting applications for 1BR &
'2BR Apts. Fee waived until June
2010. 941-423-8720


� PORT CHARLOTTE
New Apartment Community
MARIAN MANOR
Now Leasing.
4200 Lister St. P.C.
(Behind Comcast Cable)
Apply in Person
Tues. - Sat. 10am - 6pm.
*$500.00 Move in Bonus*
* * Restrictions Apply**
941-391-5669



PORT CHARLOTTE HARBOR
Almost new lbd/lba,
tile flqprs. Quiet $495
(941)587-7828

PORT CHARLOTTE
Villa San Carlos
Now accepting applications
Subsidized Housing for
those 62 and older,
or requiring the features of
an accessible unit.,
941-624-2266
limited availability,
**Income limits and
restrictions apply* *
TTY:1-800-955-8771



PUNTA GORDA Bright, sunny 1
BR apt in historic district, ceramic
tile thrufouf central air, Ig walk in
closet, eat in kit, priv W/D, 1 patio
off BR, 1 patio off living area, off
street parking, complete remod-
eled in 2006, rent inlcd water &
cable, no pets/smoke, avail 8/1.
$650 mo 941-575-9690
PUNTA GORDA 1 BEDROOM. FL
room, patio, quiet, Riverside Dr.
Near park. $425 + security.
Available 6/1. 941-740-4769


FOR RENT



PUNTA GORDA EFF. $135
week; 1 Bedrm apt. Pet Friendly.
$175 wk. Incl until. Triangle Motel -
941-639-8356

The Fountains
New Name
New Management
Updated 1, 2, & 3
Bedrooms from $520
Move in Specials-Call today!
941-429-9799


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LG STUDIOS STARTING AT $555!
1BD/1BA STARTING AT $655!!
2BD/2BA STARTING AT $755!!
2 FABULOUS SWIMMING
POOLS, SPA, 24 HR FITNESS
CENTERS, WIFI INTERNET
ACCESS & PETS WELCOME
LOCATED OFF TOLEDO BLADE
BLVD IN NORTH PORT.
TOLEDOCLUBAPS.COM
CALL TODAY!
941-423-6600

VENICE 1BR/1BAunfurn. beach
condo. Annual Lease. $750 mo +
$750 sec. dep. Water & cable
incl. No pets. 941-488-7143

VENICE CLUBSIDE APTS.
1 Bedrooms Available.
$99 Moves you in.
Call (941)488-7766.

A VENICE STUDIO &
1BR. Accepting Section 8
,"w..i- Vouchers. 941488-7766

VENICE Unfurnished 1256 Bar-
bara Dr. 1/1 $595, 2/1 $650 -
$500 Sec. Dep. No pets.
941-232-9893 or 941-346-7499

VENICE-SPACIOUS VERY NICE
2/1.5, Unfurn, Close to shop-
ping, $700mo 1st Last + Sec
(941)-966-2762 aft 6pm
VILLA SAN CARLOS II
22250 Vick St.
Affordable-Income based
One bedroom apartments
for 62 or older
Income Limits Apply
Call 941-624-4404
TTY-1-800-955-8771.





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%\ATERFORD
2/2/2 - Terrific views from
your lanai of the 2 hole of
Gleneagles Golf Course!
Incredible price for this
maintenance-free home in
great condition.
$169,000
CLIFF STILES
DIRECT: 468-3606


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Oakmont Model-3BR plus den,
on comer lot in gated
community. Beautiful porcelain
tile, Hunter Douglas custom
window coverings, storm
panels, double pane windows,
lake view home. $249,900
MARY ELLEN DEITER
DIRECT: 809-7305
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3BR home is just blocks to
the Gulf & warm sand.
Oversized lanai overlooks the
tranquil backyard with
gardens & fruit trees. Spa &
electric fireplace included.
$214,900
CHRIS LAVOIE
DIRECT: 234-8980
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totally remodeled in 2003. Pool, heater ... .Ak.. 1,1,,i ;.. ' 0I? �4 Short walk
Sto private deeded beach with gazebo, sh..,... r1i .-., , .,,,.i i.,,
t Furnishings available under separate agreement,.
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r RE/MAX Alliance Group * 941-321-6858


2007 CALUSA LAKES BLVD. - Comfortable Elegance! Spacious 2667
sq. ft. 3BR/3BA, office, plus bonus room, stainless steel appliances,
heated pool & spa w/golf course views, side load 3 car garage.
SAnn Jiganti, PA 941-724-2485 Direct
Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate
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2330 HARRIER WAY. What A Valuel 3BR/2BA, great room plan with
formal living & dining room, newer tile, 5-year-old heated pool with a
large private back yard, 2 car garage. .
SAnn Jiganti, PA 941-724-2485 Direct
Coldwelt Banker Residential Real Estate


p. 701 MISTY PINE UH. Lovely maintenance-tree nome
overlooking the Capri Isles Golf Coursel Open floor plan
r with volume tray ceilings, large kitchen with aquarium
window & expanded lanai.
Marian Metz* Charter Real Estate Services, Inc. *941-726-2799


335 OTTER CREEK. Ver large 3BR 3B4 home with
separate ortice, hrale.3 pool,%i .2G rlr, e\i3a Dtay widih
for workshop or hobbyist! This lakefront home is bargain
priced & a must see! Reduced price.
Marian Metz * Charter Real Estate Services, Inc. * 941-726-2799


. NEED A HOME NOW ? Full; i.i,,,mih, l 1..,lia 1 C r111, i :..e .-
available for quick closing. 2BD/2BA, eat-in kitchen, lanai enclosed
for Florida room, plus big patio (fenced for privacy) for cooking out.
Laura Halpen * 941-266-7295 * Amercan Realty of Venice, Inc.


AWARD WINNING
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SERVICES
* RENTALS *
***CONDOS***
*3/2 Oaks IV, Lanai,
Quesada Ave.,
P.C. $650 Mo
*2/2/CP Gated
Comm., Pool, Tennis
Ct., Water Oak Dr.
P.C. $650 Mo
*we welcome new listings*
COMPLETE LISTINGS
(941) 764-7777
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VILLAS OF NORTH PORT
5200 S. BISCAYNE DR.
NORTH PORT, FL 34287
(941) 426-2266 Phone
Villas of North Port is
accepting applications for
seniors 62 and over and
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ENGLEWOOD AREA
Clean 1BR/1BA enclosed lanai,
lots of storage in safe quiet park
with boat ramp. Close to shop-
ping. $625 941-662-0015
NOCATEE & KINGS HWY.
Several Available! Includes CHA
From $350. - $750.
1st & Sec. 941-624-0355
PUNTA GORDA 1 BR mobile
homes, $425. to $525 + $400
Security, RV Spaces $350. mo.
Available Now 941-740-6000
VENICE Clean 1br/1ba, 2br/1ba
2br/2ba, Safe quiet community.
Walking distance to shops No pets!
Rents starting at $585/mo
1st month only $99.00
VENICE RANCH MOBILE HOME
ESTATES 55+ COMMUNITY
941-488-5672

EFFICIENCIES
FOR RENT
1 350

ENGLEWOOD Furnished
$400/mo including utilities w/
year lease 55+ Park No pets
lease (941)-474-1353
VENICE on THE ISLAND
Efficiency, Short or long term,
furn. or unfurn. $550
(813)-690-1359

ROOMS FOR RENT



CHARLOTTE HARBOR house
priv.clean priv ent. close to beach
$90 wk+sec. 941-268-7924.
PORT CHARLOTTE, 1 A+ furn.
rm in nice home. Quiet area.
Close to all. No pets. Incl. util., kit
privl $125wk+dep 941-626-2832
SOUTH VENICE ROOM for rent
1BD/1BA $450. a MO., no pets,
SMOKING/CHILDREN 941-496-9109
SOUTH VENICE ROOM W/ HOUSE
PRIVILEGES. $400/MO + $400
SEC DEP COVERS ALL UTILITIES
NO PETS. 941-493-3173

RENTALS TO SHARE



PUNTA GORDA Looking for
Female roommate, 3/2/2 w/pool
in Deep Creek area, $130/wk, util
included 941-445-0639

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Manasota Key 2/2
Condo with loft. Available now
and 2011 season.
Call 941-460-0241
VENICE, 2br/2ba HOME, fully furn,
50+ resort fac. Wkly, Mo, Yearly.
516-728-7487 or 516-728-2991
VENICE, Plantation Golf & Coun-
try Club, Westlake Gardens,
gated, 2BR/2BA/1CG, fully fur-
nished, lake view, 1st floor, Avail-
able July 1, $1000 mo, club priv-
ileges. No pets, No smoke. Incl
Internet. (9411-493-0114

TRADE/EXCHANGE
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EXCHANGE FLAT ROCK, North
Carolina house for Home or
Condo in Punta Gorda. P.O. Box
10039, Naples, Florida 34101

7 BUSINESS
FOR SALE
1600


FLORIDA'S BEST Gel Candle
Manufacturing Company, fully
equipped. New location required.
Owner will train & provide sup-
port. (941)-626-5173


BUSINESS
FOR SALE
1600

PORT CHARLOTTE Mobile
Blind Cleaning Bus., Clean Verti-
cals, Shades, etc. Estab. 11 yrs.
Serious Inquiries 941-626-4972
THOMAS BREAD ROUTE.
Punta Gorda. Walmart,
2 Publix, Sweetbay. Net $58K,
trailer. Price $140K w ONLY
$48K dn. financing.
941-400-3927 Terry Williams
Sun Business Brokers.

BUSINESS RENTALS
1610


ENGLEWOOD OFFICE SPACE
ON 776 Parking, water inc.
lO00sqft $500/mo
BAY SOUTH PROPERTIES
941-473-8549


Murdock Prof. Plaza
980 Sq. Ft space avail.
Real LIvng All Florida
Realty 941-629-1121

NORTH PORT OFFICE
SPACE for rent. 14385 Tamia-
mi Trail 800sf, Call for details.
941-426-1155
PORT CHARLOTTE 1,800 SF
of commercial office space, very
clean, ready to move in 18250
S.Paulson Dr. 941-769-9344
PORT CHARLOTTE, shared
office space. Fax ph, WIFI, free
long dist. Furn. $250mo. w/util.
941-625-7679
PUNTA GORDA 24600 Sandhill
Blvd, Office Space to Share,
For information 941-628-5057
PUNTA GORDA on US 41
CEDAR POINT OFFICES
265 sq ft. $495.95
inc electric, water, sales tax
FLIP, 941-505-0482
VENICE Offices/Warehouses &
office-warehouse combo's, All
sizes & locations. 941-485-1119
VENICE- Chiropractor's Off.
Established Location, Turnkey
Lease, Busy Shopping Center
SARASOTA- Restaurant for
Lease. Busy Publix Center
Commodore RIt. 941-485-6246
ZOLFO SPRINGS Like new 6000
SF Warehouse/Office/Yard
3647 Hwy 17 South, $1,300
month. Jeff 239-596-2254

INCOME PROPERTY
1615


ENGLEWOOD
90k Investment. Will net 9.4%/yr.
after expenses. Call Dave for
details. 941-483-0000 '


Ann i./iA f a. Ob, uy uvwni 1
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
Business District. Onestory build-
ing with 2700 SF. Listed on the
National Register of Historic
Places. $229,900. Keller
Williams Realty Lake Wales - Team
Commercial 863-679-1710
www.TeamComrmercial.org

PORT CHARLOTTE
This property offers
exceptional opportunity for
a variety of uses -
Banquet Hall, Restaurant,
Catering, Night Club, \
Church or Medical Clinic
Zoned CG.
Usable 10,700 SF
Call Ken Giunta
CENTURY 21 Aztec &
Assoc. (941)-661-1438

PORT CHARLOTTE- Prime office
space, 3 units 1,000sf. ea. Brand
new. Sandhill Blvd. Turnkey/Fully
built out. (941)-624-5992
PT. CHARLOTTE Lease
$4 SF to $ 6 SF gross
rent Warehouse/ office
space Ron Struthers
CB Richard Ellis
Lic. Broker 941 769 3316


COMMERCIAL/
INDUSTRIAL PROP
1620


PUNTA GORDA Comm building for
Sale or Rent An opportunity to start
your business today with 3 offices,
new furnishings, computers, elec-
tric, high signage, 2 blocks from
hospital, finan. avail. 941-626-3350
WINTER HAVEN, previous bank
bldg, great visibility & easy
access at corner of Recker Hwy
& Spirit Lake Rd. Bldg could eas-
ily be converted to accommodate
other retail uses. 4555sf bldg on
3.8 acres. BPC zoning $700,000
863-679-1710
www.TeamCommercial.org

WAREHOUSE
& STORAGE
1640 '


CHARLOTTE HARBOR &
MURDOCK, 800-2400 SF
Warehouse/office space.
Start $400 mo 941-639-7532.
ENGLEWOOD, 1200 SF
office/workshop 10' Overhang
doors. Water & CAM incl. in rent.
1st mo free rent 941-6974774
PORT CHARLOTTE outside
secured storage - tractor trailers,
motor homes, boats, etc. Water
& electric avail. 941-743-5309

PORT CHARLOTTE Warehouse
For Lease 800sq ft. $470
941-380-9212
PUNTA GORDA, New 1600 sf.,
large overhead doors on each
end + bathroom, $600. mo +
tax. 239-248-0020


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2005 Services
2010 Professio0al
2015 Banking
2020 Clerical
2025 Computer
2030 Medical
2035 Musical
2040 Restaurant/Hotel
2050 SkilledTrades
2060 Management
2070 Sales
2090 Child/Adult
Care Needed
2100 General
2110 Part-time/Temp
2115 Home Based
Business
2120 Seeking Employment


06/19/10

FLORIDA SHORES BANK
seeks a F/T, experienced, high-
ly motivated, and outgoing Cus-
tomer Service Representative
for our Englewood branch.
Retail Banking experience
required. For immediate con-
sideration, fax resume to
(941)460-7001.

HAIR STYLIST, Space available
South Punta Gorda Area. Call for
details 941-637-1972
HAIR STYLISTS and Nail Tech,
Exp. NEW SALON in Englewood
Rent/comm. 9-5 941-473-3180

HOUSING POSITION
The Punta Gorda Housing
Authority is seeking an
experienced self starter to
administer its Public Housing
program. Must have good
organizational skills, computer
literate and attention to detail.
Please send resumes to
Loraine Helber,
Executive Director, Punta
Gorda Housing Authority,
340 Gulf Breeze Avenue,
Punta Gorda, FL 33950 or
fax to 941- 639-1753.

INSURANCE, Busy ENGLEWOOD
OFFICE NEEDS PERSONAL LINES'
CSR, FT, BENEFITS, BONUS PRO-
GRAM. RE fax resumes from
Sun and Mon 941-475-0550

NOW HIRING FT/PT NATURAL
NAIL TECH and Esthetician.
Apply in person 12200 San Ser-
vando Ave, North Port.


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CNA CLASSES, Pt. Charlotte,
Day & Eves. ALSO, CPR & First
Aid Certifications. 941-255-0675
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CNA/CMA, FULLTIME, medical
office exp. req. Must have exc.
communication & cust.svc. skills.
Ability to multitask essential.
Knowledge of EMR a plus. Quali-
fied candidates fax resume to
941-613-1779. No Phone Calls.

DeSoto
Health & Rehab
has the following opportunities
available:
* RN-weekend/nights with
wound care
For consideration submit appli-
cation at: 475 Nursing Home
Dr. Arcadia Fax resume to
(863)-494-9470 For questions
call: (863)-494-5766

DIETARY AIDE/SERVER, PT,
Please apply at
www.bellpartnersinc.com

HOME HEALTHCARE/CNA,
Live in, free rent, development.
disabled adult, 941474-6954

LPN
Exp. for medical office, PT,
Must be professional/cus-
tomer service oriented.
Fax resume 941-505-6057

LPNS NEEDED, flexible schedul-
ing for LPNs looking to work over
night shifts. (941)-488-7722

RN/LPN
Full time Mon-Fri
7am-3pm
Apply in person.
Quality Health
Care Center
6940 Outreach Way
North Port
(941)426-8411
FAX 941-423-1572
EOE Drug free work
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RESTAURANT / SALES
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2040


A+ BARTENDER &
CASINO TRAINING
Poker Dealer Classes Now!
Ages 18+
239-334-6300

THE PERFECT CAPER Restau-
rant in Punta Gorda now seek-
ing qualified applicants for Wait-
staff & Busers, PROFESSION-
AL ONLY. Please phone James
for interview. 941-769-6052

SKILLED TRADES




CAPTAIN wanted part time / full
time. Local knowledge & mechan-
ically inclined a plus. Must have
good customer service skills and
be able to operate at night. Appli-
cant must hold a USCG License,
with tow endorsement. Call: 941-
625-5454. Resume or Applica-
tions: Sea Tow, 4140 Whidden
Blvd, Ste A, Port Charlotte
33980. Fax: 941-889-7139.

CDL DRIVER /Diesel Mechanic,
comm. plus salary, Prompt Tow-
ing, 11139 Tamiami Trail, PG

INSTRUMENT PERSON, Need-
ed immediately; part time instru-
ment person for survey crew
Fax Resume 743-8404

LABORER FOR LAWN SERVICE
Must have Class A license.
941- 628-8079

MECHANIC: Orange-Co LP in
Arcadia seeks an experienced
individual to maintain and repair
grove equipment. Knowledge of
tractor/semi diesel engines and
welding/cutting necessary. Own
tools required, plus clean driving
record. Salary commensurate
with training and experience. Full
benefits package and medical/life
insurance. EOE DFWP
e-mail Resume gwhite@orange-
cofla.com or fax: (863) 494-2655

SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER
FL Certified Law Enforcement
$39,520 (req 1 yr cert. exp)
Works on a school campus
LujiIdr, positive rapport among
students, staff and faculty.
Fill out pre-application on line @
ccso.org/openings.
EOE / DRUG FREE / SMOKE
FREE WORKPLACE

TREE CLIMBER WANTED EXPE-
RIENCED Must have 5yrs. min.
Exp. inFL,& 941-475-6611

MANAGEMENT
2060


AFTERMARKET MANAGER, for
high volume auto dealer! Experi-
enced preferred but not neces-
sary... We carry outstanding prod-
ucts with full lines of customizing
for trucks and cars., 75K first
year possible. Send resume to
'Dennis Jones at
doucompute@aol.com or come
to Arcadia Chevrolet Buick and fill
out an application or fax resume
to 863-494-0201 Attn: Dennis
Jones

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detail oriented, have computer
skills, ability to multi task, work
independently. Fax resume to
Helena @ 941-255-5856 or
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STAFF PERSON 24 hours per
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supervise volunteers on Satur-
day through Tuesday evenings
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least 75 pounds, stand for at
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enced, Reliable, Out Going. Apply
in person ONLY, True Blue Pool
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#1157, Punta Gorda, FL 33950
SCHOOL YR. / PT OPENING
FOR HOME VISITOR PRO-
VIDING PRESCHOOL
INSTRUCTION to parents in
their home in the DeSoto Coun-
ty area. Must be bi-lingual
(Eng/Span) with a HS diploma
or GED. Lesson plans set for
easy instruction. Must have
reliable car; will receive
mileage payment. Fax resume
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ADMIN/CLERICAL, 25 yrs exp.,
PT/FT. Responsible, educated,
computer saavy. 941-875-0886
AUTOMOTIVE MANAGER quali-
fied exp. seeking employment
with company. 941-575-8229
Bookkeeper 16+ yrs exp.
accounting, payroll, & tax needs.
Reasonable rates. 941-214-8294
Carpenter w/Electrical & Plumb-
ing Exp, Clean DL. Seeks Employ-
ment. Joe 941-662-5826
CERTIFIED NURSE AIDE. First
Aide & CPR etc. Seeking to work
w/co. Please call 941-706-5232.
CHEF/COOK seeks better job.
20 yrs exp. Iv msg. Club & fine
dining exp. 941-429-2657
CSR/OFFICE WORKER is seek-
ing full or part time employment.
Please call 941-268-0188
ELECTRICAL HELPER 15 YEAR
RES. KEITH 941-423-2116
FREE LABOR. Retired builder will
work on your house or building
for lodging. (941)623-5987
HANDYMAN LIC. TRUCK TRAILER.
ANY JOB WITH ANY COMPANY, PC
AREA. CALL BILL. 941-613-2199


INSURANCE AGENT, Licensed
13yrs experience will work for
company.Call Angela 875-2936
JOB NEEDED with restaurant
(cooking) or inside cleaning poistion
with reputable. Co. 941-639-8774
LEGAL PROF. 40 yrs. ret. exp.
admin. hearings. State/County.
941-237-6811
LOCAL CONSTRUCTION 25 yrs
stucco, drywall, plaster, stone,
own truck & tools 941-475-2931
MASSAGE THERAPIST,
Licensed, seeking employment
with Dr.'s Office. 941-276-0780


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2.120


NEED WORK for Company Retail
Food Service, House cleaning.
ANY ANYTIME. 9416258974
PAINTER, trim, carpenter all
tools&equip. Will work 4 compa-
ny.25 yrs exp.Lou 941-465-0674
PRESCHOOL/DAYCARE WORKER
LOOKING FOR FT/PT WORK
TRACY 941-268-0188
RETAIL/OFFICE/Mgr/Admin
Asst/Clerical Exp. Avail 24/7
941-426-9529 PT. time ok
SECURITY GUARD Class "D"
15yrs exp. lst/2nd shift seeks
job w/lcompany. 941-625-8282
SEEKING WORK, 10 years expr.
Towing cars and 5+ Cooking.
Please call Jeff 941-979-8400
TILE GUY LOOKING FOR WORK.
I WILL WORK FOR: A COMPANY.
CELL # 813 365 6042
TILE/MARBLE INSTALLER 30+
YRS EXP WILLING TO WORK FOR
CO. CALL 941-350-9266
WORK FOR RESTAURANT Serv.
Asst./busser. Exp. (Pf Changs
and Perkins). 513-520-4368
YOUTH WORKER, 20 yrs. exp.
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TRAINING - 1 week, class $249.00
Locations: Sarasota. Port Char-
lotte, Ft. Myers 800-370-1570

S 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


BIBLE STUDY
& CHURCHES
3065


EXERCISE
:3095


REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH ELITE TRAINING & FITNESS


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



CRYPT MAUSOLEUM
In Englewood,Gulf Pines
Memorial Garden $3,500.
941-743-2342

TRAVEL/TICKETS
S3080


TICKETS 2 Direct Air, Family Ties
good thru Oct 31, 2010. $250
each. (941)-637-8875

LOST & FOUND
Z3090


FOUND, SMALL black dog,
Deep Creek. Found Fri., June 11.
941- 766-0197.
FOUND:Ring Wedding Band, call
941-764-6245 give description.
LOST BLACK MANX bobtail CAT
, "Lucky". Sunrise Road, Venice
area. Reward if found. Call Jim
941- 493-8751.
LOST CAT, female gray tabby,
Golden Beach area of Venice
Island. White paws, elderly, very
vocal. Lost Tues or Wed. 6/8 or
9. REWARD. 941- 223-5577
LOST CAT: Tropical Gulf Acres
Area, Siamease mix, blue eyes,
Male, neutered. 941-740-0348
LOST CHIHUAHUA, Male,
black,brown and white, last seen
771 and Keystone Blvd, $300
REWARD, Call 941-697-2825
LOST DIGITAL CAMERA,
NOKOMIS AREA, REWARD $50.
941-928-1982
LOST DOG: Chihuahua, male,
brown, black and white, last seen
on 771 & Keystone.
$300 reward. 941-697-2825

ARTS
3091


Encore Gulf View RV Park
10205 Burnt Store Rd. PG
CRAFTERS DAY
1st and 3rd Monday of Month
1:00 P.M.
MOSAICS
Thursday 6 - 9pm
Call Rosemary at 941-697-7888
PG BOAT CLUB
802 Retta Esplanade.
Tues. 8am.
WOODCARVING
941-505-4246 941-575-4276

COMPUTERS



COMPUTER TUTOR
(Your home or mine)
ONLY $25.00 an hour!
Please call Steve at:
941-445-4285

DANCE
3093


BELLY DANCING
Charlotte Cultural Center
Saturday, 11am.
941-276-0935
LINE DANCING
Tuesday 10-11am
Lemon Bay Woman's Club
Coconut & Maple, Eng. $3.00
Soft Sole Shoes Requ.
For more info
Call 941-474-6250

EDUCATION



HOMEOPATHIC STUDY GROUP
Englewood/Venice
4143 Woodmere Park Blvd-
Jacaranda Frances T. Boume
Ubrary
Tuesday 6:00 - 7:30 PM
Group meets to study Homeo-
pathic Philosophy, Remedies, &
various relevant topics pertaining
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


Body Chisel - Mon/Wed.
6:30pm, Tues/Thur. 8:30am
Core Chisel - Sat. 9:15am
Fitness Boxing - Tues/Thur
7:00pm
Zumba- Mon/Wed, 5:30pm
Sat, 10am
Elite Cycle - Wed/Sat. 8:30am
Pilates - Tues/Thur. 6:00pm
Carrie Andrade 941-286-3475
KRIYA YOGA MEDITATION
1250 Rutledge St.
Unity Church of Peace
Monday at 7pm.
941-423-0029
VENICE HOLISTIC CENTER
251 Tamiami Trail
Monday 9am.
Tuesday 6:30-8pm.
Saturday 8:45-10am.
YOGA FOR BEGINNERS
Proceeds to
Venice Wildlife Center
Call Rick or Mary 941-488-1769

7 RELIGION
3096


BIBLE STUDY
Faith Lutheran Church
Thursday at 10am.
4005 Palm Drive, Punta Gorda
941-639-6309
FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH
4005 Palm Drive, Punta Gorda
Various Days & Times
CONFIRMATION/BIBLE STUDY
Classes for Youth and Adult
941-639-6309

OTHER



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

4000


FINANCIAL

LOANS/MORT-
GAGES


ARE you receiving monthly pay-
ments from a mortgage? I buy
mortgages! 863-832-1984

5000







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

L ADULT CARE



QUALIFIED HOME Health Aide
accepting new clients in the
Venice area. Medically trained
and available days, nights, or
overnights. 941-375-8658

ALL CHILDCARE
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.
Nfoah 'sArk CiCitfcare



l- YO.r CThid .IvoaA RfInbok )
NOAH'S ARK enrolling ages 0 to
5. Sibling discount. 391-5588.
3854 Tamiami TrI. Pt. Charlotte
Lic. No. C-20CH0032 pending.
RESPONSIBLE woman seeking
to care for children or adult.
Errands, clean etc 941-493-5123
COMPUTER SERVICE



* 1A+ COMPUTER REPAIR &
TUTOR... INYOUR HOME
Reasonable & Prompt!
Sr. Disc. 941-615-7888
JDS COMPUTERS, Absolutely
FREE Computer & Laptop Check-
up! Very Reasonable! Open 6 days
941-764-3400 or 941-276-5011


CLEANING
SERVICES
44 5060


MRS. CLEAN IN VENICE
Meticulous, Reliable, Affordable.
lx, Wkly, Mthly (941)486-1119

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

RESIDENTIAL CLEANING
Honest, Dependable, Efficient.
Over 20 yrs exp. 203-695-8138


IMPROVEMENT
5100


CARPENTER, INC. One call
does it all. Lic & ins
#RR0067689. 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
TILE/MARBLE INSTALLER 30+
YRS EXP NEEDS WORK CALL
941-350-9266

TILE/MARBLE INSTALLER 30+
YRS EXP NEEDS WORK CALL
941-350-9266

LAWN/GARDEN
&lTREE



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
ALL AROUND HANDYMAN, Port
Charlotte areas. Yard maint, clean
up, int/ext repair & maint. Low
rates, Free estimates. Licensed. All
work guaranteed. 941-9798473

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

FLOYD BROTHERS
Now accepting new accounts. Reli-
able & reasonable rates (941)-
809-9485 or 223-1738

GRASSY GATOR Lawn & Tree
Care-Starting at $55/mo.,
$10 off first mo. 941-468-0260

SANDEFUR'S TREE TRIMMING
LANDSCAPING,
PRESSURE CLEANING &
MORE. 941-484-6042

TOTAL TREE CARE. We save trees!
We beat all estimates! Sr. Discounts!
Treemendous Tree 941426-8983

MASSAGE THERAPY
5119


MILLER MOBILE MASSAGE
Reasonable rates. Call Pamela,
941-276-0780. LMT#MA58235

MOVING/HAULING
Z5130


HAULING Yard & Consti
Waste& cleanup. Garage
Clean Out. Trash. Carlton,
941-284-8087or 564-6049

| PAINTING/
WALLPAPERING



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BANG FOR YOUR BUCK!
Low odor paint avail. Call Al 941-
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ter plumber. Lic. RF11067393
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Accessories
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Collectibles
Fruits/Veges
Musical
Medical
Health/Beauty
Trees & Plants
Baby Items
Golf Accessories
Exercise/Fitness
Sporting Goods
Firearms
Firearm Accessories
Bikes/Trikes
Toys
Photography/Video
Pool/Spa & Supplies
Lawn & Garden
Storage Sheds/
Buildings
Building Supplies
Heavy Constr.
Equipment
Tools/Machinery
Office/Business Equip
& Supplies
Restaurant Supplies
Appliances
Misc. Merchandise
Wanted to Buy or Trade


FLEA MARKET
LZ 6015



FLEA MARKET
Sarasota Municipal
Auditorium
SAT 6/19 10AM-5PM
SUN 6/20 10OAM-4PM
Call (941)-954-4165

L AUCTIONS
�wa: 6020


DOUBLE ESTATE
AUCTION EVENT
Sat. June 19th 3 pm
(preview @ 2:00 pm)
1001 Corporate Ave #113
[Jorth Port, Fl. 34289
Part 1 - 3prrm-5pm
Part 2 - 6prn-9prn
Huge estate auction event
Filled with collectibles,
Furniture D6cor, Coins,
-irearmn, Oriental, Glass
Potter, 'ndian Artilat-s,
Antiques, Cloc:s, Lamps
MUCH MORE"!
www.westc oastauct.ionco.com
Cash, Ck, Credit Cards 13%. B.P
West Coast Auction Co.
Ray Sherman - Auctioneer
AB2448 AU3340
(941) 468-7815

Sarasota AUCTION Gallery
only Estates & Antiques
625 North.Trial Nokomis
941-485-3141 13%BP
Jeff Carlson AU1299/AB896
www.sarasotaauction.com
scheduled Weds. 6PM

ARTS AND CRAFTS




HELICOPTER FRAME ONLY 42"L
17"H. New blades, clutch no RC.
$15. 941-286-5601
PICTURES, LARGE. 2 58X36"
WC's Wood frames, Plexiglas.
$125, OBO. 941-474-9528
POLYMAR CLAY, jewelry, but-
tons, bookmarkers, jars, mag-
nets, Xmas balls. 941-475-8908
SKETCH PADS 15 all sizes
some used, some not. All blank.
$25. 941-661-6941
TABLE,CRAFT/ART.
Adjustable, 30 X 42 never used.
$100, OBO. 941-426-8897


DOLLS
6027


DOLL 12" SCOOBIE doo wear-
ing a firemans suit $15 941423-
2585
DOLL, COLLECTOR. BOYDS.
"allison". New cond, Great gift
idea. $35. 941-235-2203
FAIRY LAMP Doll. New in box.
$50. 941-627-4556


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HOUSEHOLD GOODS
6030



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$500 & over $2.50 per line
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$35 till SOLD! (4 lines)
Call Tami at 863-494-2434 or
email tjewell@sun-herald.com

AIR PURIFIER Ionic Breeze for
home, or attach to auto headrest.
NEW! $15. 941-769-0828
BATH TILE: Italian, off white,
8x10. Small box. $10
941-276-1881
BEDSPREAD, KINGSIZE. Dark-
Sreen/colorful flowers. Like new.
10. 941-426-1686
BLINDS VERTICAL, 124" WIDE,
ALL HARDWARE. $20.
941-876-4143
BREAD MAKER Westinghouse,1
1/2 lb. in box,never used $40,
OBO 941-626-0837
CLOTHES WARDROBES metal
tube frame with plastic/cloth zip
cover. $15, OBO. 941-391-5668
CROCK POT 6 QT HAMILTON
BEACH. "STAY OR GO" LOCKING
LID NEW. $20. 941-769-0828
DAYBEDSPREADS beige with
rose color @ white/purple.
$20. 941-426-1686
DINETTE SET 3 piece. Wicker
linen pad seats. bone 4 small
area. $65. 941-740-0305
DINNER SET Unique 48 piece
handmade at Cleve Inst Art 1973.
Englewood.$195. 941-302-8775


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
AUCTION
The following vehicle/vessel(s) will be
auctioned for unpaid towing & storage
charges only, per FS 713.78. Vehicle
@ 100 Toney Penna Dr, Jupiter, FL
1. 2006 Toyt Corolla 4D Whi
1NXBR32E66Z636993
On 7/12/2010 at 9:00 am at 171 S
Jackson Rd, Venice, FL
PUBLISH: June 19, 2010

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Aable Towing & Recovery of Venice,
Inc. gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien
and ift(nt to sell these vehicles on
7/11/ 00,.10:30 am at 257 Grove
St. S. Venice, FL'3t85-4612, pur-
suant to subsection 713.78 of the Flori-
da Statues. Aable Towing & Recovery of
Venice, Inc. reserves the right to accept
or reject any and/or all bids.
- 1993 Oldsmobile 88 4D
1G3HN53L1P1803797
- 1986 Buick Regal 4D
2G4WB52K8T1448409
- 1991 Chevrolet G30 Van
2GCGG39K6M41 10687
Publish: June 19, 2010

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
AUCTION
The following vehicle/vessel(s) will be
auctioned for unpaid towing & storage
charges only, per FS 713.78. Vehicle
@ 5693 Sarah Ave, Sarasota, FL
1. 1989 Buic LaSabre 4D Sil
1G4HR54C5KH483298
On 7/12/2010 at 9:00 am at Above
Address, FL
PUBLISH: June 19,2010

I - NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
20


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATEOF
JOHN GUTHRIE BOWMAN a/k/a
JOHN G. BOWMAN,
Deceased.
File No. 2010-CP-2066-SC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
John Guthrie Bowman a/k/a John G.
Bowman deceased, whose date of death
was December 8, 2008, is pending in
the Circuit Court for Sarasota County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address of
which is 2000 Main St. P.O. Box 3079
Sarasota, FL 34230. The names and
addresses of the personal representative
and the personal representative's attor-
ney 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
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
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 THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION 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
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECENDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date.of the first publication of
this Notice is June 19, 2010.
Personal Representative:
Nancy Jean Fabian
400 McCaffrey Road
Newmarket, Ontario L3X 1T5
Canada
Attorneys for Personal
Representative:
ERIK R. LIEBERMAN, ESQ.
KANETSKY, MOORE &
DeBOER, PA, Attorneys at Law
227 S. Nokomis Ave.
P. 0. Box 1767
Venice, FL 34284-1767
Telephone: (941) 485-1571
Florida Bar No. 393053
E-Mail Address; erl@kmdpa.com
PUBLISH: June 19, 26, 2010


HOUSEHOLD GOODS
6030



DOOR EXTERIOR 32" jalousie,
aluminum, with frame and win-
dows. $30, OBO. 941-626-0304

DRYER GE Dryer, Works Good.
White, 4 years old. $75, OBO.
941-408-8019

FAN LASKO, WHITE, STANDING,
OSCILLATING. $15, OBO.
941-473-6060

FAN, HONEYWELL standing fan,
white, osc. $15, OB0.
941473-6060

FLOOR SEALANT for wood
floors Semi-gloss professional. 5
gallons. $55. 941-286-5601

FOOD CHOPPER KEYSTONE
antique cast iron. $15, OBO.
941-426-8897

FOOD DEHYDRATOR RONCO
Yogurt Maker as well 5-Tray.
$90, OBO. 941-426-8897

FOOD SLICER RIVAL electric.
Good condition. $100, OBO.
941-426-8897

FUTON WOOD FRAME, BLACK
MATTRESS, EXCELLENT CONDI-
TION. $65, OBO. 941-423-3560



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N THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DMSION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARY JANET FRAASMAN, a/k/a
MARY J. FRAASMAN, a/k/a MARY
FRAASMAN,.
Deceased,
File No. 2010-CP-1245-SC
AMENDED NOTICE TO CREDITORS
This Amended Notice to Creditiors is
being filed to correct an error in the
Notice to Creditors published by The
Venice Gondolier Sun on May 8, 2010
and May 15, 2010; namely the date of
j-ath of the decedent which was incor-
rectly stated to be February 21, 2007.
The correct HoNoce 10 Cremdors is a5 fol-
lows:
The administration of the estate of
Mary Janet Fraasman, a/k/a Mary J.
Fraasman, a/k/a Mary Fraasman,
deceased, whose date of death was
December 2, 2009, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Sarasota County, Flori-
da, Probate Division, the address of
which is 4000 S. Tamlami Trail,
Venice, FL 34293. The names and
addresses of the personal representative
and the personal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or unliquidated
claims, on whom a copy of this notice is
served must file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
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
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or unliquidated
claims, 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
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is June 12, 2010.
Personal Representative:
PAMELA K. ASHCRAFT
1585 Keyway Ct.
Englewood, FL 34223
Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive:
DAVID R. CORNISH, Esquire
Florida Bar No. 225924
355 W. Venice Ave.
Venice, FL 34285
Telephone: (941) 483-4246
PUBLISH: June 12, 19, 2010
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROBERT WAYNE HAWKINS
Deceased.
File No. 2010-CP002032-NC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
ROBERT WAYNE HAWKINS, deceased,
whose date of death was May 2, 2010;
File Number 2010-CP-002032-NC, is
pending In the Circuit 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 represen-
tative 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
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
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.
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


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GRIDDLE . PRESTO electric
1500W 24 X 18.5 X 5" Teflon.
AS NEW. $10. 941-769-0828
GRILL, ELECTRIC OUTDOOR grill
sunbean, nice, clean. $35.
941-627-6542
HOOVER FLOORMATE + Works
great on tile floors, lite n portable.
85. 941-743-3858
HUMIDIFIER SUNBEAM cool
mist 2 gal. $20 941-626-0837
HUTCH, $35; La-Z-Boy recliner,
$45; Alabaster lamp, $25; golf
clubs/bag, $80. 941-624-5722
HUTCH, CHINA HUTCH 2 piece
Pecan contemp. Lighted 78x 50x
15. $225, OBO. 941-740-0305


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 12, 2010.
Personal Representative:
NEVA HAWKINS
3233 Peachtree St.
Sarasota, FL 34231
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
H. Greg Lee
H. GREG LEE, PA.
Florida Bar No. 0351301
2014 Fourth Street
Sarasota, Florida 34237
Telephone: (941) 954-0067
Facsimile: (9411),365-1.492 .
PUBLISH: June 12, 19, 2010
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE
Case No. 07-CP-5620-NC
IN RE: ESTATE OF
LAURA McINTYRE,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
LAURA McINTYRE, deceased, whose
date of death was April 21, 2007 is
pending in the Circuit Court for Sarasota
County, Florida, Probate Division, File
Number 07-CP-5620-NC; the address
of which is Karen E. Rushing, Clerk of the
Court, P.O. Box 3079, Sarasota, FL
34230. 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, who have claims or
demands against Decedent's Estate,
*including unmatured, contingent or unliq-
uidated claims and who have been served
a copy of this Notice, must file their
claims with this Court. WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-'
TION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
(30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other Creditors of the Decedent
and persons having claims or demands
against Decedent's Estate, including'
unmatured, contingent or unliquidated
claims, must file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is June 12, 2010.
Personal Representative:
Maureen Fischer
Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive:
Stephen Henry Kurvin, Esq.
Florida Bar No. 119458
7 South Lime Avenue
Sarasota, Florida 34237
Telephone: (941) 957-0222
PUBLISH: June 12, 19, 2010
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ELIZABETH K. MURPHY
Deceased.
2010-CP-0O1864-NC
Division: Probate
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
Elizabeth K. Murphy, deceased, whose
date of death was April 20, 2010, is
pending in the Circuit Court for Sarasota
County Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is P. 0. Box 3079,
Sarasota, FL 34230-3079. The names
and addresses of the personal represen-
tative 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
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
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.


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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
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is June 19, 2010.
Personal Representative:
Deborah L Murphy
c/o 240 S. Nokomis Avenue
Suite 200
Venice, FL 34285
Attorneys for Personal
Representative:
BECHTOLD & CORBRIDGE, P.A.
240 Nokomis Avenue South
Suite 200
Venice, FL 34285
Telephone: (941) 488-7751
Florida Bar No. 0325066
PUBLISH: June 19, 26, 2010
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: Estate of
JOYCE M. NEWCOMB
Deceased.
File No: 2010-CP-2022-SC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
JOYCE M. NEWCOMB, deceased,
whose date of death was April 23,
2010, and whose social security number
is XXX-XX-2833 is pending in the Circuit
Court for SARASOTA County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which is
4000 South Tamiami Trail, Venice, FL
34293. 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 THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
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 persons having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate must file
their claims with this Court WITHIN
THREE 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
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is June 12, 2010.
Personal Representative:
JANET NEWCOMB BISHOP
403 Peppertree Rd.
Venice, Florida 34293
Attorney for Personal Representive:
W. GRADY HUIE, ESQUIRE
FL Bar No. 0192724
143 East Miami Avenue
Venice, FL 34285
Telephone: (941) 488-8551
Fax: (941) 488-5268
Publish: June 12, 19, 2010
N THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
Frances Dodd Phillips, a/k/a
Frances D. Phillips, a/k/a Frances
Phillips,
Deceased,
File No. 2010-CP-1653-SC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
Frances Dodd Phillips, a/k/a
Frances D. Phillips, a/k/a Frances
Phillips, deceased, whose date of death
was January 24, 2010, is pending In
the Circuit Court for Sarasota County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address of
which is 4000 S. Tamlami Trail,
Venice, FL 34293. The names and
addresses of the personal representative
and the personal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or unliquidated
claims, on whom a copy of this notice is


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served must file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
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
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or unliquidated
claims, 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
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is June 12, 2010.
Personal Representative:
JAMES HUGH PHILLIPS, a/k/a
JAMES H. PHILLIPS, a/k/a JAMES
PHILLIPS
410 Blue Springs Ct.
Englewvod, FL 34223
Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive:
DAVID R. CORNISH, Esquire
Florida Bar No. 225924
355 W. Venice Ave.
Venice, FL 34285
Telephone: (941) 4834246
PUBLISH: June 12, 19, 2010
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR SARA-
SOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
FREDA J. ROBBINS,
Deceased.
File No. 2010-CP-1630-NC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
FREDA J. ROBBINS, deceased, whose
date of death was March 3, 2010, is
pending in the Circuit Court for Sarasota
County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is P.O. Box 3079,
Sarasota, Florida 342.0-3079. The
names and addresses of the personal
representativeS and the personal repre-
sentativeS' 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
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
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.
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
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this is
June 12, 2010.
Personal Representatives:
WELL FARGO BANK, N.A., and GRE-
GORY C. ROBERTS
c/o Klingbeil & Roberts, P.A.
341 Venice Avenue West
Venice, Florida 34285
Attorney for Personal
Representatives:
Robert T. Klingbeil
Florida Bar No. 0366846
Klingbeil & Roberts, P.A.
341 Venice Avenue West
Venice, Florida 34285
Telephone: (941) 485-2900
Fax: (941) 486-8565
PUBLISH: June 12, 19, 2010
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
VIRGINIA H. ROTH,
Deceased.
File No. 2010-CP-2052-NC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
Virginia H. Roth deceased, whose date
of death was April 13, 2010, is pending


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SET, WINE CARAFE/GLASSES
Monogrammed with "P".
Clear glass. $18. 941-276-1881
SEWING MACHINE mini rex
cord/cordless, new. $10.
941-426-1686
SEWING MACHINE SINGER
WITH CABINET & STOOL BEAUTI-
FUL. $100, OBO. 941-766-8727
STOVE FRIGIDERE Electrolux
Ceramic Top Stove. Great Condi-
tion. $200. 941-681-2034
TABLE END/OCCASIONAL:
Heavy, beveled glass, rounded
corners. $45. 941-276-1881
TELEPHONE, ANTIQUE. Repro-
duction, works great. $10, OBO.
941-681-2034
VACUUM CLEANER HOOVER
self propelled wind tunnel vac.
$75. 941-624-5393
VACUUM Rainbow vac. with floor
scrubber and attachments, nice.
$175. 941-475-2021
VACUUM SYSTEM, Central AIR-
VAC 2500 + accessories, barely
used. $175, OB00. 239-896-2536
VACUUM, Royal model 8000
upright, like new. $60.
941-626-0837
VERTICAL BLINDS (2) 78"W
track, hdwre & valance only. NO
SLATS! NEW $10 941-769-0828
WALL TAPESTRY NAUTICAL
DEEPSEA FISH. 48 BY 40 IN.
$30. 941-268-8451
WASHER AND DRYER Matching
Whirlpool Super Capacity Washer
& Dryer, just had serviced, good
condition. $300. '941-2140025


in the Circuit Court for Sarasota County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address of
which is 2000 Main St. P.O. Box 3079
Sarasota, FL 34230. The names and
addresses of the personal representative
and the personal representative's attor-
ney 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
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
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against the decedents estate
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION 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
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECENDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of
this Notice is June 19, 2010.
Personal Representative:
John L. Hogan
3744 Castellon Court
Sarasota, FL 34238
Attorneys for Personal
Representative:
ERIK R. LIEBERMAN, ESQ.
KANETSKY, MOORE &
DeBOER, PA, Attorneys at Law
227 S. Nokomis Ave.
P. 0. Box 1767
Venice, FL 34284-1767
Telephone: (941) 485-1571
Florida Bar No. 393053
E-Mail Address: ert@kmdpa.com
PUBLISH: June 19, 26, 2010







IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 2009-CC-008140-SC
CMI Division
PLAINTIFFS)
STONEYBROOK AT VENICE COMMU-
NITY ASSOCIATION INC,
VS. DEFENDANTS)
MARE A RILEY, a single woman, and
KATHLEEN P. RILEY, a single woman
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given pursuant to the
final judgment/order entered in the
above noted case, that I will sell the fol-
lowing property situated in Sarasota
County, Florida, described as:
Lot 2143, STONEYBROOK AT VENICE,
UNIT 4, according to the plat thereof,
recorded in Plat Book 45. Page 28, of
the Public Records of Sarasota County,
Florida.
at public sale, to the highest'and best
bidder for cash, via the internet:
www.sarasota.realforeclose.com at
9:00 am. on 07/02/2010. Final pay-
ment must be made on or before 4:00
p.m. of the date of the sale by cash or
cashier's check, or initiated ACH or Wire
Transfer.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON CLAIMING A
RIGHT TO FUNDS REMAINING AFTER
THE SALE, YOU MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITH THE CLERK NO LATER THAN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE. IF YOU FAIL TO
FILE A CLAIM, YOU WILL NOT BE ENTI-
TLED TO ANY REMAINING FUNDS.
AFTER 60 DAYS, ONLY THE OWNER OF
RECORD AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MAY CLAIM THE SURPLUS.
Original notice to be returned to the
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Bill and duplicate of notice to be mailed
to Attorney for Plaintiff:
Sharon S. Vander Wulp,Esq.
712 Shamrock Blvd.
Venice, FL 34293
Telephone: (941) 492-2100
Fax: (941) 492-3116
KAREN E. RUSHING, CLERK
Clerk Of The Circuit Court
By: Angelina Sams
Deputy Clerk
DATE: June 4, 2010
Publish: June 12, 19, 2010
Venice Gondolier Sun










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WASHER HOTPOINT Good condi-
tion. $60. 941-626-3029
WINE RACK Heavy duty, holds
39 bottles. $50. 941-564-8675
WINE RACK Solid wood (can
paint or stain). Holds 9. $15
941-276-1881
WOK,ELECTRIC BLACK, BRAND
NEW, INSTRUCTIONS INCLUDED.
$7, OBO. 941-423-3560

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DECOR, XMAS basket, tree,
metal card holder, pointsettas.
$20. 941-426-1686
WREATH 4" xmas lighted & dec-
orated. Really beautiful & large.
$49. 941-235-2203

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Selling Quality Used Furniture
941-473-1986
ARMOIRE SET 2 Bureaus,
Armoire. 22 x22 x18 & 68 x35
x18. $499. 941-698-9226
AUTHENTIC ANTIQUE
MARBLE - TOP TABLE Victorian
era. Just arrived from N.Y. state
last week. Great find!
$250, OBO. 941-661-7264
BAKERS RACK White iron 5
shelves, 2 wooden drawers.
$60, OBO. 941-883-1786
BAR STOOL around black seat,
turning. $10. 941-613-1130
BED - Mattress/Box. New - will sell
$100. Local 941-629-5550 or 941-
456-5555.
BED Double adjustable massage
heater. $475. 941-698-8607
BED RACING' CAR BED RED/
BLUE WITH 4 WHEELS/STICKERS
$60. 941-661-2128
BED TWIN size new will include
comforter, skirt and sheets.
$150. 941-356-2923
BED, QUEEN. Mattress set,
frame, headboard. $75, OBO.
941-623-5326
BED, QUEEN Mattress and Box. -
Brand New - will ,sell $175. Local
941-629-5550 or 941-456-5555.
Also have KING.
BEDROOM SET, QUEEN. Tradi-
tional style, dark wood, nice.
$499. 941-627-6542
BEDS, QUEEN bed with 6 stor-
age drawers incl. matress like
new. $250. 941-356-2923
BOOK CASE with 2 glass doors
and wood selves paid 220, (mov-
ing) $60. 941-613-1130
BOOKSHELVES 3 white. Each
$20. 941-268-8451
BOX SPRING & MATTRESS Full
Firm, 9 month old, like new
$140. 941-629-7880
BREAKFAST SET Oval medium
rattan. 37X20. 2 padded
chairs slide under table. New.
$125. 941-474-9528
BUNK BEDS- TWIN (wood) All
wood- 2 mattress's included.
$250, OBO. 941-234-8471
CABINET, CURIO. Wood with
Glass shelves. Nice. $45
941-564-8675
CABINET, TELEVISION CABINET.
Light pine wood. Very nice. $45.
941-564-8675
CABINETS, CD/DVD stackable
modular system holds 120 NIB
10 avail @ $11. 941-697-8498
CHAIR, OVERSTUFFED
w/ottoman, floral, exc. cond,
$300 941-473-0798
CHAIRS, 6 Hi back, cushioned
Black, Excellent cond. $120
941-474-2686
CHAIRS, DINETTE .Four light
colored upholstered contour
chairs. $120. 941-475-6865
CHEST Aztek Tall, 5 drawer, solid
wood, unique. Englewood.
$95. 941-302-8775
CHEST HANDMADE keywest.
ropehandles .48x33x24. $499.
941-698-9226
COUCH, 2 chairs & table, stuffed
wicker style, white. $120.
941-548-1220
COUCH, COLORFUL, like new
asking $125/obo.
941-625-3335
COUCH. Chocolate color, almost
new. $250. 423-289-7151
DESK & BOOKSHELF combo 3
pieces (incl chair) Light works.
$250, OBO. 941-234-8471
DESK, COMPUTER for corner.
Dark wood. Good condition.
$180, OBO 941-426-3784
DESK, OAK. EXECUTIVE.
$600. 941-286-2958
DINETTE SET Black 48" wrought
iron glass table - 4 chairs.
$150, 080 630-664-8860
DINING ROOM SET


Pecan wood, 6 chairs.
$450, OBO. 941-575-8229
DINING ROOM SET
Table, Chairs, Hutch. $208.
941-493-7238
DINING SET 48" round wood
pedestal table, 4 upholstered
chairs. $130. 941-286-5601
DINING SET antique, table, 6
chairs, dark wood. $425, OBO.
941-473-6060
DINING SET Solid golden OAK,
beautiful table/21eaves/4chairs.
Englewood.$295. 941-302-8775


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DINING SET, Golden Oak veneer,
6 chairs, 60"-84" (2 leafs). Can
email pics, $600 941-416-8058
DINING TABLE ALL WOOD-
SEATS 10. $475, OBO.
941-615-7529
DRESSER Lingerie Natural Pine
solid wood, 8 drawer, nice, Engle-
wood. $250. 941-302-8775
DRESSER Pine solid wood, 9
drawer, natural, very nice, Engle-
wood. $295. 941-302-8775
DRESSER white, wood dressers,
6 drawers. $125. 941-505-0861
DRESSER, WOOD white crack-
le, 8 drawers, shabby chic, Engle-
wood. $99. 941-302-8775
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
lighted, solid It oak, pristine, 4 pc,
9' long, fits 32" TV. $200 obo
941-787-4330
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER,
3 PIECE, LIGHT BEIGE.
$195, 080. 941-268-8451
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER,
OAK53x53x20. W/ doors for 27".
Like new. $135. 941-235-2203
ENTRY STAND on the rolling,
with door and shelves paid 200
(moving) $45. 941-613-1130
ETAGERE, RATTAN Med. color.
Lower doors. $125, OBO
941-474-9528
FULTON/CLICK-CLACK
BLACK-NEW condition.
$200, 080. 941-426-4969
FUTON Never used, 7 inch tan
mattress on black metal frame.
$185. 941-629-4879
FUTON SOFA Lt Oak, Deluxe
Burnt Orange Cover, Arm Stor-
age, VGC. $234. 941-485-2030
HEADBOARD, FULL SIZE. Metal
pewter color head board, beauti-
ful. $40, 941-255-3814
HIDE-A-BED QUEEN size, wood
frame, red shell print cushions.
Great cond. $50. 941-697-7558
HUTCH 2 PC, Wood hutch and
buffet, nice. $35, OBO.
941-473-6060
HUTCH 2 Piece. Mahogany,
68"WD. Excellent condition, leave
message. $225. 941-629-9852
HUTCH, KITCHEN HUTCH, LIKE
NEW. $75, OBO. 941-268-8451
ISLAND, KITCHENnatural wood,
20"-50"w, 3 drawer, wheels,
Englewood.$195. 941-302-8775.
KING SIMMONS Beautyrest
2 Yrs Old. $150.941-624-5419

lLAMP, FLOOR bronze colors
base, 6ft. $20. 941-626-0837
LAMP, large pottery jar type lamp
with white shade. Like new cond.
$45. 941-235-2203


LANAI FURNITURE White wicker
table and chairs, glass top and
cushions. Great Condition!
$399, OBO. 941-697-8839
LANAI SET table 4 chairs, with
cushions. Very nice. $125.
941-627-6542
LOVE SEAT off white, from clean
pet free & smoke free home.
$125. 941-627-6542
LOVE SEAT, Wooden bench.
$15. 941-626-0837
LOVESEAT small, beige on beige
stripe. 2 cushions. Good condi-
tion. $45, OBO. 941-276-9115
LOVESEAT/SLEEPER
LITE-MULTI COLOR. $40.
941-626-7421
LOVESEATS (2 MATCHING)
SEAFOAM GREEN, N/S.
$162. 941-493-7238
MATTRESS & BOX SPRINGS,
King size SIMMONS BEAUTYREST
2 years old.$150. 941-624-5419
MATTRESS twin "plush" and box
spring. Like new. Englewood.
$100. 239-530-8635
NIGHT STAND Pine solid wood,
3 drawer, natural, very nice,
Englewood.$125. 941-302-8775
PATIO SET TABLE, CHAIRS,
UMBRELLA, LOVESEAT!
$193. 941-493-7238
RACK, wall rack, wood, 4 rifles,
compartment. $10, OBO.
941-473-6060
RECLINER, DOUBLE LEATHER
LAZYBOY. $295, OBO.
941-268-8451'
RECLINER, LEATHER Beige,
top quality, like new. $100.
941-626-0837
RECLINER, LEATHER ENT CEN,
FUR, ect LESS. $295.
941-268-8451
RECLINER, SMALL. Neutral.
Easy recline. Perfect!
$110, OBO 941-474-9528
ROCKING CHAIR, OLD FASH-
IONED, CUSHION. $29, OBO.
941-268-8451
ROLL TOP DESK SOLID OAK, EX
COND. $300 734-673-3094
ROTONDA WEST
SOFA Ethan Allen casual sofa,
light textured material w/ pillows.
$300, OBO. 941475-6865


SOFA SLEEPER QN SIZE, EX
COND. $150 734-673-3094
ROTONDA WEST
SOFA TWIN recliner with drink &
storage area-beige. Like new.
$225. 941-505-6639
SOFA, LEATHER. Beige, good
quality. $150. 941-626-0837
SOFA, LOVESEAT 6 MONTHS
old, dark green. $150, OBO.
941-623-5326
SOFA, SLEEPER SOFA Floral
pattern. $50. 941-875-9893


SOFA, TABLE, AND wall clock.
ORIENTAL. $40, OBO.
941-473-6060
STOOLS (2) bar stools Florida
print like new. $60, OBO.
941-914-0097
TABLE & CHAIRS, ANTIQUE
with insert, 6 chairs. $300, OBO.
941-234-8471
TABLE FOLDING & 4 CHAIRS
33" X 33" PADDED BLUE METAL
AS NEW. $40. 941-769-0828
TABLE Oak pub table with 4
leather top swivel stools.
$125, OBO. 941-204-1514
TABLE TOP, GLASS 76" X 46" X
1/2" THICK BEVELED EDGE
170+ LBS. $75. 941-769-0828
TABLE TOPS ONLY (4) 3' X 3' X
1" SQUARE FORMICA FOR INFO
$30. 941-286-5601
TABLE, Broyhill dining table,
6 chairs 2 piece hutch.
$250, OBO. 941-473-6060
TABLE, Counter Height Table
Nat. Finish,6 chairs, 42x60 ext to
60' sq.$350,OBO.941-429-4893
TABLE, DINING tile top with 4
fanback chairs, white indoor out-
door. $1.10. 941-548-1220
TABLE, entrance way. Golden
oak with band legs paid 250
(moving). $90. 941-613-1130
TABLE, KITCHEN & 6 Chairs.
Solid wood, light color. Good
cond. $150, OBO. 941-380-6052
TABLE, KITCHEN with 4 chairs
& xtra pads pd 300+ now $95.
941-697-8498
TABLE, Oak dining table with 4
free chairs. Nice florida motif neu-
tral color. $125. 941-875-3365
TABLE, Round Glass Table Top
36" diameter. Excellent condition.
$20, OBO. 941-391-5668
TABLE, SOLID OAK great for
entry, 53" x 26"H x 15"W.
$65. 941-505-2350
TABLE, WICKER-MAKEUP TABLE,
bench, 3prt. mirror (White).
$50. 941-268-3010
TABLES 2 all glass pedestal
accent tables. New in box. Both
$35. 941-697-8498
TABLES, COFFEE & END Unique!
Dark glass, round edges.
Riverwood. $160 941-889-7989
TABLES, GLASS TOP coffee and
2 end tables. Pewter base. Good
condition. $110. 941-743-4742
TV STAND black with 2 glass
doors and shelves (moving).
$40. 941-613-1130
TV STAND Oak 17x34 Swivel top
Storage underneath. $40, OBO.
630-664-8860
TV STAND/DVD RACK,
$10, OBO. 941-380-4371
TV STANDS, ROLLING (2),
EACH $20, 0B0.941-268-8451
TV/ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
Light wood, great condition.
$200, OBO. 941-380-6052
TWIN BEDS, BAHAMA BED SET, MOD-
ULAR, CORNER TABLE, PADDED STORAGE
HEADBOARD; $300 Firm 9294534
WALL UNIT 3 SEP. PC It. Gray
30x76x15.gl.shv.desk&v 3 draws
$275. 941-740-0305
WALL UNIT 3 sep. piece It.gray
30x76x15. fit up 2 tv 36"dia. bot-
cab.glstop. $275. 941-740-0305
WALL UNIT 3 SEP.PC It.gray
30x76x15. 3 glass shelf top. bot
cab & shy $275 941-740-0305
WALL UNIT 3 SEP.PC It.gray
30x76x15. 3 glass shelf top. bot
cab & shy $275 941-740-0305
WALL UNIT Oak, 3 piece glass
doors, very nice. $275.
941-627-6542
WALL UNIT Thomasville, excel-
lent condition, Santiago collec-
tion. $499, OBO. 941-380-6052
WALNUT CORNER Shelf $10
941-889-8886

ELECTRONICS
6038


BOAT RC RACING boat stinger,
twin hull, fast. $20, OBO.
941-473-6060
BOAT, RC RACING boat kyosho,
sunstorm 600, fast, complete.
$50, OBO. 941-473-6060
CAMERA, DIGITAL & web cam
pc video camera LCD micro dis-
.play. NIB $26. 941-697-8498
DIGITAL SATELLITE SYSTEM
mpeg2 with 2 receivers. New in
box. $65. 941-697-8498
ELECTRONICS & PC stuff.
New & used. $99, OBO.
941-475-5000
FAX MACHINE HP Fax Model
920. In working order.
$20, OBO. 941-266-5539
FAX MACHINE Sharp Fax/tele-
phone machine. Excellent condi-
tion. $30. 941-488-2267
SGAME PS2 New condition. $5.
GARMIN BLUECHART Data
Cards / Southeast & Southwest
Fl. $100. 941-661-7434
GUITAR WASHBURN Def Leppard
LTD Edition Electric with sling.
$200, OBO. 941-629-3978


HEADPHONES, ADVENT WIRE-
LESS, transmit up to'300' cost
160+ NIB $85. 941-697-8498
MEDIA CENTER BOSE AV28
LIFESTYLE 5SP, SUBW, DVD, CD.
$499.99 941-661-2128
PLAYSTATION I $10 Playsta-
tion 2 assorted games, video
games & movies. $3 - $5 each
941-627-9770


ELECTRONICS
:6038


PRINTER DELL All in One.
Works great. NorthPort area.
$25, OBO. 941-266-5539
PRO DJ turntable Gemini direct
drive $50 941-626-0837
RADIOS 2 way radios cobra, 2
radios, batt, charger. $20, OBO.
941-473-6060
SPEAKER SYSTEM, AMPLIFIED
for pc cd games mp3 ipod dvd &
more NIB $22. 941-697-8498
SPEAKERS, FISHER. Large pair,
great sound. $35.
941-564-8675
TAPE RECORDER, KORG CR-4
4 track cassette tape recorder.
$125. 941-483-0755
VCR MAGNAVOX, 4 head with
remote. $20. 941-629-4879
VCR NEW condition, working per-
fectly. $20. 941-613-1130
WALKIE-TALKIES (2) Cobra
PR5000DX. 22 Channels. Rechar-
gable. $30. 941-697-3643
WALKIE-TALKIES (2) Motorola
TalkAbout 250 w/ head sets. 14
channels. $25. 941-697-3643
XBOX 360 Arcade Like new, in
box wih 6 games and control.
$165, OBO. 941-564-8675

TV/STEREO/RADIO



32 IN. Sylv. TV w/ RCA digital
converter box. Good condition.
$50, OBO 941-426-5460
AM-FM RECEIVER, SANYO.
With cassette & CD player. $45.
941-258-4283
AMP SONY xplod 600 watt amp
new. $40, OBO. 941-473-6060
AMP VISONIK 350 watt mono
block amp. $25, OBO.
941-473-6060
AMP, POWER. 600W, speakers,
2Pyle4Kenwood, filters, more.
$225, OBO. 941-698-4119
CD RACK: BLACK, 2-TIER solid
wood. Holds 48 CDs. $15.
941-276-1881
CD'S MOVIE SOUNDTRACK CD'S
(36) FABULOUS MOVIES ALL PER-
FECT. $20. 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
CD/ RADIO PLAYER, FISHER.
Trimline, like flat screen player.
Like new. $45. 941-564-8675
CD/DVD PLAYER, SONY With
30+ DVD'S Excellent condition.,
$65, OBO. 941-830-3071
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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$60, OBO. 941473-6060
MOVIES, Elvis , VHS.
$10 EA 941-889-8886
RECEIVER GRUNDIG WORLD
RECEIVER Yacht Boy 500. New in
box! $20. 941-681-2034
RECORD PLAYER turntable,
works, $15; w Akai amp & Onkyo
speakers $50 941-391-5260
RECORD/ RADIO PLAYER
PLAYS ALL OLD RECORDS, CD'S
& RADIO. $75. 941-575-2817
SATELLITE DIRECT TV Satellite
dish and all accessories. $50.
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SATELLITE RADIO Sirius SUPV1
Plug & Play all access, no install
needed EXC. $35. 941-769-0828
SCANNER HANDHELD Digital
trucking, 5500 channel. $50.
941-426-0043
SPEAKERS Advent Prodigy book-
shelf speakers 22"x13"x9" w/
21"tallstands.$45.941-473-7897
SPEAKERS JENSEN 220W per
channel 3 way 14" woofer 34"H
no grill. $35. 941-769-0828
SPEAKERS SONY, 3-WAY, 140W
ea, black. $20, OBO.
941-473-6060


SPEAKERS, SONY. 3-WAY,
270W ea, black, tall. $30, OBO.
941-473-6060
STEREO DECK pioneer, pd 410,
cd player. $10, OBO.
941-473-6060
STEREO SPEAKERS, FISHER
39 BY 18 IN. EACH $25.
941-268-8451
STEREO, AM/FM Cassette and
8-Track Music system. REALIS-
TIC. $110, OBO. 941-426-8897
TELEVISION 13 IN 2004 mod.
like new PORT CHARLOTTE. $25.
941-627-9736


STV/STEREO/RADIO COMPUTER
S6040EQUIPMENT
L 6060


TELEVISION 21 IN. 2006 MOD.
NEW CONDITION. PORT CHAR.
$50 941-627-9736
TELEVISION 26 IN. SHARP
NEW COND. PORT CHAR. $50
941-627-9736
TV 13" MAGNAVOX COLOR TV
with remote, excellent condition.
$20. 941-625-2627
TV 27 IN. MAGNAVOX NEW CON-
DITION. PORT CHARLOTTE. $55.
941-627-9736
TV 27 IN. SANYO NEW COND.
PORT CHAR. $55. 941-627-9736
TV 32" Toshiba/ stand, excellent
condition. Hooked up, can see
operate. $150. 810-941-8818
TV 33 IN. FLAT LCD, NEW.
$275. 941-268-8451 1

TV 36 in. Sony trinitron exc.
condition.$125. 941-204-1514
TV 361N. SONY Trinitron flat
screen. Excellent condition.
$125. 941-204-1514
TV RCA 24 inch TV. Excellent
condition. $30 941.488-2267
VCR, SONY. slv-n51, with
remote. $10, OBO.
941-473-6060
VHS 'SECRET HONOR' (ALT-
MAN)Philip Baker Hall as R. Nixon
$10 941-484-9803
VHS CHARLES Bronson RIDER
ON THE RAIN $5 941-484-9803
VHS CHILDREN movies
$10. 941-889-8886
VHS DEAN Martin Shows and
roast. $10 ea. 941-889-8886
VHS MISC. comedy tapes
$5. ea 941-889-8886
VHS RARE AN EVENING WITH
LIZA MINELLI $25 941-484-9803
VICTROLA 1950'S RCA record
player VINTAGE works. Nice
shape. $30, OBO. 239-896-2536

COMPUTER
EQUIPMENT
6060

CABINET, COMPUTER CABINET
large, light wood. Like new. $75.
941-564-8675
CENTIPEDE GAME DVD. Win-
dows 95/98. Arcade and' adven-
ture games. $7. 941-204-0085
COMPUTER MACHINE pkg-
56k, 15" monitor. DVD-rw Win-
dows XP. $100. 941-629-4879
COMPUTER, COMBAQ Per-
sario, XP, all CD's, books, speak-
ers, color printer, used very little
$250 firm 863430-5540
COMPUTER, COMPAQ Presario
desk top, 19' monitor & printer.
$300, OBO. 941-330-4912
COMPUTER, DELL DESKTOP
Great system for small office or
family. $175. 941-743-3858
DAVE IN-HOUSE-OFFICE com-
puter repair, set-up Serving Char-
lotte Co. 10+ yrs 941-629-6337
DELL LAPTOP 15", XP Office
(gets internet for free) WiFi.
$155. 941-764-0344
DESK, FOR COMPUTER.CQR-
NER unit metal & wood 39.5"W
24"D57"H. $20. 941-769-0828
HP PC #6300 NEW! Intel 2180
2RAM 500HD Vista Prem.
$375, OBO. 941-474-9528
INK CARTRIDGES (8) Lexmark
Printer - Half Price. $70.
941-629-6744
KEYBOARD E-MACHINE MODEL
KB-0108-US-CV. BRAND NEW IN
BOX. $15. 941-769-0828
KEYBOARD NEW, HP, never
used. $15, OBO. 941-505-1895
KEYBOARD/MOUSE HP,
New in box.$15 941-697-31601
LAPTOP COMPUTER Dell XP.
Needs wireless card. $75.
941-564-8675
MONITOR Computer Monitor,
Dell. Excellent Condition. $15.
941-698-9798
MONITOR GATEWAY 15" flat
screen. Model FPD1530. $35.
941-473-7897
MONITOR, FLAT SCREEN, Dell,
good condition with cable. $35.
941-484-0302
MOUSE & KEYBOARD,
WIRELESS. New Microsoft mouse
& keyboard. $35. 941488-2267
MOUSE NEW, never used.,
$10, OBO. 941-505-1895
MYST GAME CD. Adventure
game for Windows 3.1 $7.
941-204-0085
MYST STRATEGIES and Secrets
Book. For tips playing'adventure
gameMyst. $7. 941-204-0085
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PRINTER COLOR Laser Duplex
Okidata 5800 2 years old.
$300, OBO. 941-627-9468


PRINTER HD 4 function Lex-
mark 5150. little use. Needs
ink. $45, OBO. 941-474-9528
PRINTER HP Photosmart 7760
Printer Manuals, software, USB
cable, box. $40. 941-391-5668
PRINTER HP2200D LASER Print-
er Simply the best 4 small office'
or home. $75. 941-743-3858
PRINTER INK Cartridge HP
78XL Color New (Port Charlotte
area). $18. 941-698-9798
PRINTER SCANNER COPIER
Canon Multipass F60. Works per-
fect.New ink. $30.941-697-7558
SIDEWINDER GAME PAD.
Microsoft. Windows 95. Manual.
$15, OBO. 941-204-0085
SIMULATOR, FLIGHT 2002 w/
Saitek X45 joy stick/throttle.
Used once. $65. 941-629-4879

CLOTHING / JEWELRY
ACCESSORIES
6065

BRACELET STERLING 925 silver
made in italy new 4 styles a steal
@ $18. 941-697-8498
CLOTHING, LADIES Size 14
casual and dressy. Like new.
$10. 630-664-8860
COATS, METS Sz. XL and
GREAT condition! $50 941-889-
8886
COWBOY BOOTS snakeskin
leath etc 5 styles 250+ value.
$30. 941-697-8498
COWBOY SHIRT, (New) HONKEY
TONK SIZE L SUPER NICE
BROWN $25 941-268-9029
DRESS SHIRTS, WESTERN.
KARMAN Hi quality cost 55 new
never worn. $22. 941-697-8498
DRESSES (3) BEAUTIFUL Prom
Dresses Gorgeous! Size 5/6 and
9/10. $15. 941-681-2034
HAT, Green with mosquito netting
all around it. $10.
941-423-2585.
JACKET, BIKERS NEW!. XL
MENS BLACK LEATHER. $100.
941-625-8282
JACKET, Leather Womans Moto
Jacket Dark Brown, Gorgeous.
$70, OBO. 941-681-2034
JEANS HI quality size 3 33 34
waist up to 34L values to 95+ like
new $6. 941-697-8498
JEWELRY, COSTUME Too
much to list $5 & up. $20, OBO.
941-627-6780
LADIES BLACK LEATHER JACK-
ET size 34-36, nice condition,
good quality $50 941-626-0837
MIRACLE GLOVE specially treat-
ed to clean gold silver brass etc
NIB. $5. 941-697-8498
NECKLACE STERLING 925 sil-
ver made in italy new 3 styles a
steal @ $22. 941-697-8498
PANTS (2) AND BELT HOLLIS-
TER. CUTE! Only worn once.
Size 3. $5. 941-681-2034
PANTS kenneth cole leather
pants. 40w 32/34L cost 220+
never worn. $65. 941-697-8498
PURSE Large designer purses.
Beautiful, like new. Several to
choose from.$15. 941-423-2585
PURSE The SAK Black Purse.
Knit purse. Very good condition.
$10. 941-204-0085
PURSE The SAK Navy Purse.
Knit, lined purse. Sturdy. Great
cond. $12. 941-204-0085.
PURSE VINTAGE Louis Vuitton.
$300. 941-627-4556
PURSE Whiting and Davis
9" by 7". White mesh with strap.
$10. 941-423-2585
PURSE, LARGE. Liz Claiborne,
neutral tan colors. $15.
941-423-2585
PURSES 4 Vintage Dooney &
Bourke. $300, OBO.
941-627-4556
SHIRTS, METS Sz. XL. GREAT
condition! $15
941-889-8886
SHOES MENS ADIDAS Trainers
11.5 waterproof hi-top AWESOME
NEW. $15. 941-769-0828
SHOES, KEDS. Black mules.
Worn 3 times. Women's Size 7.
$9. 941-204-0085
SHOES, SKECHERS WOMEN'S
shoes. Black. Rhinestones. Brand
new. Size 7. $15. 941-204-0085
SLIPPERS, MENS. NEW .MAS-
SAGINGS BLACK SLIPPERS SIZE
9- 12. $10, OBO. 941-627-6780
VEST, FUR.FROM NEW ZEALAND
LADIES LARGE FULLY LINED,
PERFECT. $10. 941-769-0828
WATCH, MOVADO. MENS ,NEW
GOLD & SS BAND. $350, OBO.
941-554-2140

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GAME TICKET, "YAZ" 3000 HIT
GAMEvsNYY. $10.
830-613-8914


QUARTER 1999 GEORGIA QUAR-
TER OFF CENTER ERROR EXC
COND.$150, 0B0.830-613-8914
LIGHT antique leaded stained
glass hanging light over 100 yrs
no damage.$235. 941-697-8498
BUMPER STICKER rare 1971
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SI ANTIQUES
COLLECTIBLES
6070

AUTO REWINDER HARLEY
> DAVIDSON springer softail hard to
find. NIB $38. 941-697-8498
, COMICBOOK#200 SIGN.CERT
,., Spiderman.Buscema.30yr.giant-
size.Foil $75 941-626-0095
* VHS The Beatles the legend con-
tinues, 1991. $10.
941-235-2330
-, SEWING MACHINE, SINGER.
1950's, in cabinet. Works well.
- $100. 941-564-8675
COMICBOOK # 100 sign.cert
.- Spiderman.30yr.Xmen.Saviuk.lim.
5K.Foil $75 941-626-0095
- DVD PAUL MCCARTNEY get back
concert tour. Excellent condition.
.- $10. 941-235-2330
, WATCH QUARTZ UNISEX size
' Hillary Clinton dial her tie is the
hands $25 941-423-2585
iY POSTER vintage budweiser
I cleveland 1986 gran prix framed
L, poster new. $45. 941-697-8498
ARTHUR FIEDLER AUTOGRAPH
ONE OF LAST GIVEN! $100, OBO.
830-613-8914
'- CASINO HOUSE, 3 IN 1 Irg
rolette craps blackjack retail
, 200+ NIB. $88. 941-697-8498
v SIGN, FISCHER beer hopla fisch-
er framed 80's beer sign, hard to
b, find. $22. 941-697-8498
- COMICBOOK #22 sign, cert
Superman, man of steel, Bog-
,: danove. $76. 941-626-0095
RPM ALBUMS, 33. LP 40 Plus
Albums from the Beatles to Elvis.
v $150, OBO. 941-830-3071
VICTROLA, VINTAGE RCA
Record Player1950's, works, nice
shape. $35, OBO. 239-896-2536
. PEDAL CAR Unrestored fire
truck. $100. 941-497-5657
.( TIN TOY REPRODUCTION harley
'l davidson 1950's over 10 years
old mint NIB. $28. 941-697-8498
' KNIFE BATMANS Dark Knight
Joker knife Replica. $19.
941-286-0958
-'x TOOTH scrimshaw faux ivory
3 whales tooth, engraved.
$15, OBO. 941473-6060
u" LIGHTER FLAMEX brougham II
1 NIB Hieroglyphics Design.
$20, OBO. 941-627-6780
- SERVING SET HOENIG OF CALI-
2" FORNIA RETRO FROM THE '50'S
SIGNED. $50. 941-769-0828
% COMIC BOOKS 50 FROM THE
- 1990. Excellent Condition.
Each $2. 941-627-6780
BOTTLE MALIBU- coconut rum,
, 'inflatable bottle over 5 ft, over 20
. years old. $36. 941-697-8498
. COMICBOOK #1, 4 sign,cert
-.J Steel, Simonson,Bogdanove Batis
_ ta,Faber $75 941-626-0095
: FRAMED PICTURE BW of Joe
o Galfo"s The Mystics w/ auto-
graphs $25 941-423-2585
SSIGN BUDWEISER vintage lighted
bubble beer sign w/ large clyds-
dale horse. $185. 941-697-8498
,'r COMICBOOK#687 SIGN. CERT.
"-' Superman, last.son.of.Krypton,
3 w/poster. $75. 941-626-0095
.&' TEAPOT COLLECTION
e 30 teapots or $10 each.
0 $250, OBO 941-564-8675
GUMBALL MACHINE coin oper-
.c ated circa 1927. NIB $55.
941-697-8498
c VENDORS NEEDED
S Small Town USA Days!
July 3rd, 2010
rc Arcadia, Fl 863-993-5105
COMICS (7) SUPERMAN.
75 ISSUES EXC COND. $25.
.w. 830-613-8914
_ A CASH BUYER; Immediate pay-
, ment for older paintings; Any sub-
ject; Landscapes, Beach Scenes,
Houses, Animals, Watercolors;
- Any size or condition. Old Oriental
rugs, furniture, silver, pottery,
Whaling Items, baskets,
scrimshaw. Anything Quality or
T Unusual. Private Buyer. Call
Terry, Siesta Key, 941-349-8560
LIGHTER SET occupied japan,
~,, w&f, cowboy boot. $15, OBO,
�r*,, 941-473-6060
_ SEWING MACHINE 800'S
o SINGER Treadle Beautiful, Works.
"- $100. 941-681-2034
TRAIN SET, ANTIQUE LIONEL,
riy Loco cars tracks buildings signs
-,, etc. $475. 941-493-3851
^ SHAR-PIE PUPS (2) CERAMIC
/ SIGNED FROM CHINA 6" TALL
3;i EXC COND. $50. 941-769-0828
& PICTURE B&W 11X14 1973
-r New York Yankees team photo
, w/names $25 941-423-2585
CIVIL WAR NEWSPAPER,
-, authentic, lots of war news. $30
. 941-488-8531
COMICBOOK#78 SIGN.CERT
-- Superman.Jurgens.manof.tomor-
Srow,w.poster $75 941-626-0095
WOOD, PETRIFIED Beautifu
s.. large piece from Colorado. $250.
941-564-8675
PEDAL CAR unrestored Chief car
$75. 941-497-5657


RADIO NOSTALGIC 50'S spirit
streamliner am/fm radio lighted
- dial scale. $20. 941-697-8498
VHS The Paul Mccartney special
1986, great shape. $10.
941-235-2330
PLATE, Collector plate Danbury
mt 1989 "Walk of fame" Jimmy
. Stewart front $15 941-423-2585
SCANNER RADIO. BEARCAT
) 1st generation model. Excellent
S$25. 941-258-4283
,COMIC COLLECTION 33 pieces
SVietnam.1st issue. slv mint.
$100, OBO. 941-626-0095


I ANTIQUES
COLLECTIBLES
6070

SIGN, vintage LA anheuser busch
lighted beer sign dated 1984
very rare. $175. 941-697-8498
PHOTO CARL "YAZ" AUTOGRAPH
PHOTO EXCELLENT CONDITION.
$50. 830-613-8914
SIGN, "SOL" framed beer sign.
20 years old, nice condition, hard
.to find. $26. 941-697-8498
OAK BUFFETT/HUTCH LG for
hobbiest/ refinisher. PC.
$120. 941-266-6718
PADLOCKS RUGIO & slaymas-
ter, each with 2 keys. $5, OBO.
941-473-6060
MASSAGER, MR POTATOHEAD
by'homedics with foot action. NIB
$10. 941-697-8498
PIANO, ANTIQUE Stool Beauti-
ful. Claw feet holding marbles.
$75, OBO. 941-204-0085
DISPENSER brewtender cooling
beverage dispenser with tap lite
system. NIB $52. 941-697-8498
HAMILTON COLLECTORS plate
Klingon Battlecruiser, limited ed.
$20 941-423-2585
TRUNK VINTAGE COCA COLA
cedar lined trunk over 40 years
old very rare.$48. 941-697-8498
ALARM CLOCK suspended ani-
mation, awake to own message.
NIB $25. 941-697-8498
CHINA SET 50 piece Stetson
1955, hand painted under glaze.
Englewood.$1;25. 941-302-8775
COOKIE JAR "McCoy Cookie
Boy" from the 1950'S very col-
lectible. $50. 941-769-0828
CARD Babe Ruth boston red sox
ltd edition w/porcelain trading
card93'#357.$75.941-697-8498
SHAKERS * SALT & PEPPER
"Mammy & Pappy" VERY RARE,
EXC COND. $50. 941-769-0828
PIXIE JARS Ketchup & Mpstard
HOLT HOWARD 1958. Very col-
lectible. $50. 941-769-0828
JEWELRY BOX, wooden, collec-
tion 2 drawers on legs 50's
design. $18. 941-697-8498
ROSE QUARTZ ONE PIECE
OVER 25#'S. $100, OBO.
830-613-8914
PERILLO PLATES various
Native american scenes. $20.
941-505-1663
BOOKS ON Elvis
$20. OBO 941-889-8886
CLOCK, NASCAR jebco,
#1706 brickyard 400, aug
1995. $30, OBQ. 941-473-6060
MIRROR, ANTIQUE 7'6 x ,.r.
ornate carved frame. $100, C' BO
Call Jim. 941-921-7545
SIGN LAURENTIDE CANADIAN
ale vintage tray sign over 40
years old. $28. 941-697-8498
DVD, BEATLES fun with the fab
four excellent condition. $10.
941-235-2330
QUOIT SET game, VINTAGE
sportcraft timeless classic brand.
NIB $20. 941-697-8498
LIGHT MOOD WAVE colormotion
light * 10 colors 4 acoustic
rhythms. NIB $22. 941-697-8498
MANDALA LARGE medicine man
weaving handwoven of wool &
feathers. $38. 941-697-8498
SIGN RUMPLE MINZE peppermint
schnapps 3D metal wall sign
1992. $45. 941-697-8498
DECANTER, E EIVIS COL-.
LECTIBLE "AMERICANA PORCE-
LAIN". $45, OBO. 941-268-8451
SIGN JAGERMEISTER framed bar
sign. Over 20 years old, hard to
find. $28. 941-697-8498
CORAL ROCK Large amytheyst
rock. Beautiful piece. $125.
941-564-8675
PROGRAMS BOSTON SYMPHO-
NY 1888/1891 ISSUES. EXC
CONDITION. $25. 830-613-8914


CASH PAID**ANY old military
items, swords, medals, uniforms,
old guns. Dom (941)-416-3280
GRAMOPHONE vintage early
1900's micro cassette musical
NIB $165. 941-697-8498
COMICBOOK#375 SIGN.CERT
Spiderman.lim.5KMcKenna.30yrs
.Foil. $75 941-626-0095
BASEBALL SET, 1990 TOPPS
EXC COND. 95% COMPLETE.
* $75, OBO. 830-613-8914
MAGAZINES, PLAY BOY 1990's,
$2 each. Excellent condition. $2.
Call 941-627-6780
LAMP, EGYPTIAN PYRAMID LAMP
BEAUTIFUL. CAN EMAIL PIC.
$25, OBO. 941-204-5216 .


PEWTER PLATES Franklin Mint.
13 Piece. Revolutionary War.
$200, OBO. 941-474-9528


CLOCK vintage neon f/x retro
clock table top or wallmount. New
in box. $22. 941-697-8498
MILK GLASS Hobnail 9 pieces
each $12, OBO. 941-627-6780
FOUNTAIN WoodstockBell flower
fountain & chime v unique cost
165+ NIB $90. 941-697-8498
CLOCK, US ARMY trophy clock.
Solid aluminum & glass, very hard
to find. NIB $45. 941-697-8498
MIRRORS, TURNER MIRRORS (2)
VINTAGE "FLAMINGOS, EGRETS.
$328. 941-493-7238
BASEBALL CARDS Donruss
1991 puzzle & cards mint.
$10, OBO. 941-627-6780
DISPENSER M&M'S LTD edition
blues cafe dispenser. Collector
series. NIB $28. 941-697-8498


ANTIQUES
COLLECTIBLES
6070


SEWING MACHINE SINGER
TREADLE. 1800's, Beautiful!
$80. 941-681-2034
MIRROR vintage 80's corvette
mirror w/clock & solid oak frame,
hard to find $125. 941-697-8498
PLATE PICTURE 1994 HAMIL-
TON Star Treks Major Kira Neyrs.
Lmtd. ed. $15 941-423-2585
COMICBOOK #501, sign, cert
Superman,Grum. Metro,kid.is.bk
$75. 941-626-0095
CLOCK Old Elec. banjo clock
wood tone plastic G.E. made.
Runs great! $20. 941-423-2585

ART, ELVIS the KING Sign, Gior-
gio. Cert. Framed. 2 images.
23x29EPE. $200 941-740-0305
TABLE small accent solid oak
intricately carved. Very nice, very
old. $98. 941-697-8498

GAMES robot soccer & racing
games w/ infrared remote control
table top NIB $26. 941-697-8498
COMIC BOOKS 60, old, first
issues/editions. $50, OBO.
941-473-6060
BASEBALL CARDS, 1990
TOPPS. UNOPENED BOX 36 CT.
$40. 830-613-8914

MUSICAL
6090


45'S OLDIES
$1. ea 941-889-8886
AMP PEAVEY HD 112 trans elec
amp. $295. 941-268-8451
AMP PEAVEY Rage 158. Good
condition. $50. 941-626-3029
AMP, GUITAR AMP Behringer
120W 12" Speaker. Near mint.
$125. 239-340-2211
CYMBOL BOOM STAND Groove
Percussion Pro Gear like new.
Only $40. 941-493-3851
DOOWOPP TAPES
$10. ea 941-889-8886
DRUM 27" WOOD CONGA DRUM
Cosmic Percussion 11" head nat-
ural finish. $125. 941-493-3851

EV ELIMINATORS DUAL 151N
& HORN. $450, 941-268-84511

FENDER / STRAT Sq. elec
$245. 941-268-8451
GUITAR CORT electric guitar.
$40. 941-626-3029
GUITAR LESSONS Platinum Sell-
ing artist taking on new students
this summer. 941-916-8040
GUITAR, Ibanez Acoustic. New
w/case & lesson book w/video
$250. Call 941-626-3628.

GUITAR, NEW ACOUSTIC. STAGG
sunburst fin. Plays great.
$245. 941-629-2815
INSTRUMENT SYSTEM, WIRE-
LESS Shure PGX14. $225, OBO.
941-626-0967
JAZZ VHS JIMMY RUSHING
"JAZZ CASUAL" TV Series 1966
(LIKE NEW) $5 941484-9803

JAZZ VHS SONNY ROLLINS/JIM
HALL "JAZZ CASUAL" TV Series
1966 $5 941-484-9803
JAZZ VHS STAN GETZ Quartet/2
HRs Live $10, OBO
941-484-9803
KEYBOARD, ROLAND E500,
stand & stool, $500 941-460-
0516
MICROPHONES VOCO Pro,
never used. $125, OBO.
941-505-1895
MICROPHONES WIRELESS,
Voco Pro never used.
$125, OBO. 941-505-1895
MONITOR SPEAKERS (2)
YAMAHA MSP5 POWERED.
$295. 941-268-8451
SPEAKERS MARSHALL GREEN-
BACKS 12" GUITAR SPEAKERS
(2). Each $69. 941-268-8451

STAGE MONITORS, YAMAHA.
Each $295. 941-268-8451
VHS 'MASH'- 3 VHS Tapes- 24
Episodes-Complete 4th Season.
$10. 941484-9803
VHS JAZZ 'A GREAT DAY IN
HARLEM'-Documentary of '58
JAZZ photo-op.$5.941-484-9803


VHS TAPE- CAROL REED'S "THE
FALLEN IDOL" 1949-FLAWLESS
CONDITION. $5. 941-484-9803
VHS- GRATEFUL DEAD NEW
YEAR 1987 Concert. 2&1/2 hrs.
$10. 941-484-9803

Z MEDICAL.
6095


1995 FORD WINDSTAR clean,
new elec chair lift, Jazzy Jet
3, all good cond. All for
$3,990! 941-235-9600
2 WHEEL WALKER $12
941-629-7880

COMMODE BEDSIDE, LIKE
NEW $20 941-629-7880


MEDICAL
6095


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HOMEDICS The energizer.
Like new. $10. 941-426-1686
HOSPITAL BED Electric, with
rails. Priced for someone needy.
$250. 941-426-5968
HOVEROUND Electric Wheel-
chair w charger $500 obo. 4
Wheel walker w hand brakes, seat
& basket, $80 obo; Chair riser
$75 obo. (941)-380-3905
LIFT CHAIR by Pride, navy, 3 yrs
old. New switch. Good cond.
$450. 941-408-0847
LIFT CHAIR, BLUE, Ex cond.
$225 941-473-1814
POWER CHAIR, Jazzy. Excel.
New batt. $250. 941-474-3639
SHOWER STOOL good condition
$20 941-629-7880
WALKER FOLDING W/ FRONT
WHEELS "NEW" COST $100.
You pay $10. 941-627-9736
WALKER, FOLDING. 2 wheels.
$10. 941-613-1130
WHEEL CHAIR excellent condi-
tion. $35. 941-613-1130
WHEELCHAIR EXCELL 2000.
BRAND NEW. $100.
941-876-4143

HEALTH / BEAUTY
6100


AROMA THERAPY Collection
Pine&Geranium,salt/ot/soak/gel
/tools. $35, OBO 941-740-0305
FOOT BATH Ionic. Unused.
Pro. quality. Accessories &
case. S125. 941-474-9528,
MASSAGER, Hom-edlji-: t..:,
'massager, var heat/speed.
$20, OBO. 941-473-6060
VAPORIZER SUNBEAM 1 gal.
warm mist $10 941-626-0837
TREES & PLANTS

6110


FIREWOOD Mostly Oak Fire-
wood, All you can haul! $20.
941-629-7896
PALM TREES,
ALL VARIETIES. VIBURNUM
FROM $2.95 & UP
941-232-6835
LETTUS, floating water lettus, for
fish pond. $2.00 for 4 plants.
30 plants. 941-623-0346
TREES- FREE DELIVERY Queen
Palms, Oaks, Cypress, Maple &
Pine. 5-6ft. tall. All $10 each.
Min. $100 order. 863-602-8445
TREES-GRADE A. Large Palms,
Exotic, Fruit & Native starting at
$100 Delivered. 941-916-5176.
BABY ITEMS



BABY ITEMS everything must
go, make offer. $1, OBO
941-875-6990
BREAST PUMP N STYLE
adjustable speed like new with
bag&extras.$149.941-493-3851
BREASTPUMP MEDELA, pump
in style. $70. 941-628-2122
CLOTHING, KIDS SIZES 4-12
T-SH, SHOES, PANTS. $10, OBO.
941-661-2128
CRIB White crib; Excellent condi-
tion. Comes with mattress!!
$150, OBO. 941-258-1512
SAFE-T GATE 24"H 30" - 42"W
locks, wood frame plastic mesh
AS NEW $10 941-769-0828

GOLF ACCESSORIES



GOLF CLUBS 1 thru 5 Graphite
Shafts. New. $25, OBO.
941-475-6607
IRONS BOB Toski 3-PW Titanium
blade, Graphite shafts with bag ni-
ce used set. $99. 941493-3851
IRONS Tiger Shark Irons
2-SW, Graphite shafts. $60, OBO.
941-380-4952'


PULL CART Lightweight fold up
$10 941-626-0837
TAYLORMADE 9 IRONS, 3
WOODS putter, bag.
$499 . 941-575-2675

I EXERCISE/
. FITNESS



5BOFLEX SP9ORT, like new,
$450 obo 941-697-2126


EXERCISE/
FITNESS



EXERCISE BIKE No frills, clean
condition. $40. 941-629-7880
EXERCISE MACH, Back To Life,
as advertised on TV. Portable.
$80. 941-474-1637
GAZELLE SUPRA WITH MONI-
TORING SYSTEM. GREAT WORK-
OUT. $60. 941-661-2128
HEALTH WALKER Plus Works
legs, arms & cardio. Low impact
on knees. $75. 941-875-3365
TOTAL BODY MOTION, CAR-
DIO. Low impact, new condition
(moving). $20. 941-613-1130
TREADMILL Like new condition.
$300. 941-627-4556
TREADMILL, NORDICTRACK
C2255 SPACESAVER 12%
INCLINE 10MPH. $325, OBO.
941-916-4602
WELDER 11/20 6 LEVEL MULTI
WORKOUT UNIT. $50, OBO.
941-204-5216
WEIGHT BENCH, bar & 100 lbs
steel weights. $50
941-575-4360

SPORTING GOODS
6130


BAG, Scuba Dive Bag. Large with
rollers and handle. $25.
* -SOLD***
BASKETBALL BACKBOARD
AND RIM Huffy sports, fiberglass,
paid $80 $30 941-626-0837
BASKETBALL HOOP
NBA PROSHOT 48" NEW! $20.
941-681-2034
CLOSING SALE for summer
4000sf, fishing, scuba, boating
supply, new website. www.Mariner-
sTradingCompany.com 941-639-
1340 M-Sat 94 Sun 11-2
FISHING POLE Penn340 Level
wind on a Tidewater Rod. Heavy
Duty! $65. 941-6294431
GRILL, COLEMAN Propane Camp
StoveGrill. Works Great! $15.
941-681-2034
HORSESHOE tower set, vintage.
3 level storage pouch spikes.
NIB $33. 941-697-8498
KNIFE 15" BOWIE KNIFE damas-
cus steel. New. Marbles stag han-
dle. $90. 941-235-2203
KNIVES, BOWIE HUNTING. 12
INCH PAIR (2 KNIVES) RED HAN-
DLES. $50. 941-268-9029,
POKER TABLE With chips, and
holder. Will ,1 t lO '.people.
$125. 941-4296. 66 '
POOL TABLE 6 1/2 ft non slate,
great shape. $100. Call George.
941-3804464
PROPANE TANK 5 GAL. NEWER
VALVE. $15. 941-8764143
RACQUETS, RACQUETBALL 8
NEWER Head/Eketelon nice
shape. $50, OBO. 239-896-2536
RALLYBALL SET, VINTAGE with
storage pouch. NIB $13.
941-697-8498
RING TOSS game hardwood
rope rings, not plastic, with carry-
ing case NIB $12. 941-697-8498
ROLLERBLADES, CAS in line
skates. Mens size 11. Hi quality,
NIB $38. 941-697-8498
SLEEPING BAG Adult, hunter
Screen. Unused in packaging.
12. 941-276-1881
SLEEPING BAG EDDIE BAUER
mummy, hi quality *wit extras.
Cost 90+NIB.$48.941-697-8498
SLEEPING BAG SINGLE Acade-
my Broadway NEW WITH TAGS
ON. $10. 941-769-0828
SPARRING BOOTS with toe
lace. Martial arts tournament
approved NIB $18.941-697-8498



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SHOW
June 19 & 20th
SAT. 9-5, SUN. 9-4
Lee Civic Center
Bayshore Rd.
N. Ft. Myers
BUY - SELL - TRADE
Concealed Weapon Class
- .$45
10AM & 2PM daily


SUNGLASSES, ICICLES UNSINK-
ABLE sport titanium base coat-
ing. NIB $75. 941-697-8498
TENT CAMPING 2 person. 6 foot
diameter. $25. 941-2584283
WADERS, NEWER REDHEAD
BONE-DRY WADERS, CAMO,
LARGE. $30. 941-286-5275
WATER SKI Obrien sensation
162cm 2 feet on single board.
Like new. $50. 941-875-3365





30.06 AMMO 480 round case
$200 240 round can $110.
941 979 2334
BERETTA, 92FS, Air Force
Commerative, 9mm. $900.
S&W, SS 40 cal., 5 mags, Galco
leather access. $600. 1G
E220, 45 cal., $750. HIGH STAN-
DARD Model GE 22 cal., highly
collectible, $700. BERSA MINI
FIRESTORM, SS, 9mm, $325.
941-661-4910
COLT OFFICERS 45 ACP
Custom Bi-color. $600
941-979-7008


FIREARMS /
6131


FLORIDA CONCEALED
Weapons Permit Class
(941)697-1885

FN PS90 exc. cond. $1200,
OBO. Ruger 10/22 target rifle
w/scope ss barrel. $375, OBO.
941-815-1053

RACKS HUNT CLUB
Members wanted
(941)-637-8196

RUGER 357 Blackhawk, w hol-
ster & ammo, $400 941-460-
0516
WANTED 22 Cal Rifles and Pis-
tols 941-286-5358

TRICYCLES
S TRICYCLES I
6135

BASKETS, SADDLEBAG type for,
over back wheel. $15.
941-629-7880
BICYCLE'S 4 TO CHOOSE FROM
AGES 2-7 HAVE 2-3 WHEELS
$20, QBQ~941-661-2128
BIKE 20 IN MONGOOSE
Motavator bike, chrome, blue.
$45. 941-548-1220
BIKE 20" Invader Trick Bike.
Like New. Call Anytime! $40.
941-258-2225'
BIKE EASTERN BMX BIKE 20", A
FEWYEARS OLD, BUT NICE
SHAPE. $80. 941-286-5275
BIKE IRON MAN Triathalon SE
gas powered with clutch. Moun-
tain bike. $275. 941-875-3365
BIKE LADIES 26" coaster brake,
good condition. $45.
941-876-4143
BIKE, . 8JN BMX bike. Next
Clutch/ red & silver. $45.
941-548-1220
BIKE, LADIES 21 IN. COASTER
BRK. $45. 941-876-4143
BIKE, MEN'S Tall man's bike -
7 speed, Ross - 26" black and
white color,- This would fit a
man 5'9" or over. Excellent
condition! $125.
941-505-0749
BIKE, MEN'S. Good condition.
$30. 941-564-8675
BIKE, MENS. MAGNA MT.
18 speed. 26" Wheels. $50.
941-276-5348
BIKE, SCHWINN STINGRAY
CHOPPER 20", OCC, GREAT
COND. $95, OBO. 941-809-8862
BIKE, WOMEN MAGNA MT.
18 speed. 26" Wheels. $60.
941-276-5348
CARRIER SmallChild 2 seat Car-
rier rolls behind your bike with
sunshade. $75. 941-548-1220
HELMET, BLUE with face shield.
size x-small. $20. 941-875-4685
HELMET, OUTLAW. Size x-small.
$20. 941-8754685
HELMET. Black Harley Davidson
Size x-small. $20.
941-875-4685
HELMETS, for DIRT BIKE.
1 small & 1 x-small. $30.
941-8754685

TOYS
6138


BOARD GAME. Foxworthy's You
Might Be a Red Neck If. $8.
941-4-23=2585,
BOOK WINNIE POOH reader talks
needs cartridge/book like new.
$10. 941426-1686
CARS Radio controled. Nascar
#s 3&8. New in box. $35, OBO.
941-258-4283
DOLLHOUSE, GRAND MANSION
LittleTikes, 43x18x31.
Retired. $49. 941-916-1890
LEAP PAD LEARNING center.
5 pads with cartridges pink pad.
$40. 941-426-1686


RC BOAT 23" Fighter 550 con-
troller HD batteries &charger.
$55, OBO. 941-474-9528
RC HELI-JR Venture OS 32, ser-
vos, gyro, etc. $225.
941-3804952
RC HELI JR Vigor, pumped 90,
radio, starter, etc. Call for details.
$475. 941-380-4952
TEDDY BEAR sings All Shook
Up & Rockin' Round' Christmas
Tree. $10 941-889-8886
UNIQUE WOOD toddlers rocking
biplane! Movable prop,steering
$35 941-423-2585
X BOX 360 Elite comes w/10
games & 1 controller $200
941-421-4848

PHOTOGRAPHY/
VIDEO
6140

CAMERA FUJIFILM Finepix
S1000fd, 12xzoom, 10megapix-
els all software and manuals.
$200, OBO. 941-628-2122
CAMERA MINOLTA Maxxum
35mm 55/70-300 lens, 8000xi
flash. 550. 941-629-4431
CAMERA, CANON 35MM EOS
Elan, like new, very good work.
cond. $75 941-505-6290
CANNON A-1, Nikon 8008, Can-
non 50D w/ 3 lenses 430 flash,
tri-pods. 941-467-2530
CLOSE UP FILTERS Set of
3,62mm w/case.+1,+2 & +4
$15 941-505-6290
DVD'S 25 Movies, come see.
Each $2. 941-627-6780


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VIDEO
6140

DVD BAND OF BROTHERS COM-
PLETE SERIES, UNOPENED NEW.
$35, 080. 941-627-6780
DVD THE SHELD SEASON TWO
COMPLETE. NEW UNOPENED.
$12. 941-627-6780
DVD The Shield Complete. Sea-
son ONE 4 DVD'S UNOPENED
NEW. $12. 941-627-6780
MINOLTA MAXXUM 3xi Com-
plete w/ 2 lenses, tripod + case.
$95. 941-743-3858
MOVIE projectors,8-Super8 combo
$40; 8-Super 8 movie editor/view-
er/splicer $15 941-391-5260
SLIDE PROJECTORS, Kodak
carousel, $20; Sears, $14; slide
viewer 8" scrn, $20 941-391-5260
TELEPHOTO LENS Sunstar
135mm Screw mount type $10
941-423-2585
TORPEDO PROJECTOR up to
80inch onto dark room wall
w/box instr. $60. 941-423-2585
VCR MOVIES 100+MOVIES
FROM A-Z ANY MOVIE YOU WANT.
$50. 941-661-2128
VIDEO IMAGE transfer DMC GT-
201 transfer 8mm, slides, photos
NEW IN BOX. $30.941-769-0828
VIDEOS, VHS Comedy Red Skel-
ton, Bob Hope and Carol Bur-
nette. $5. ea. 941-889-8886

I POOL/SPA/
& SUPPLIES
6145

HOT. TUB Nordic Impulse DP.
79", Sand/Cedar, teak steps,
cover. $3200 new. Stored 3
Yr. $975, OBO.941-451-9678
HOT TUB SPA Builders 5 seat
hot tub with cover and electrical
wiring. $350. 941-473-7897
HOT TUB, Hydro Spa,
$4000. new. Selling for $1,500
941-467-2530
HOT TUB, Portable. Assembles
in less than an hour.
$120, B00. 941-255-3695
SOLAR COVER reel fits 12-14'
cover. $150. 941-426-0043
SOLAR PANELS (8) 4x10
w/clamps & straps $300.
941-764-7325
SPAS & MORE
Shop Local We take
TRADE INS Buy Used
WE MOVE HOT TUBS
Buy Here Pay Here
Pool/ Hot Tub/
S..iplies 941-625-6600

.LAWN & GARDEN



BENCH 3 PC. cement bench for
lanai or yard. 5'x18". Excellent
cond. $155, 080. 941-235-2203
BLOWER MCULLOUGH,
MB3201, 32CC, GAS.
$30, OBO. 941-473-6060
BLOWER POULAN,
twister sbl80, gas power.
$30, OBO. 941-473-6060
BLOWER, BACKPACK HOME-
LITE GAS ABSOLUTELY AS NEW
COND. $95. 941-286-5601
BRIGG & STRATON 3 Push
Mowers, 20" & 22" $75 & $110
call 1-863-494-2001
CHAIRS PATIO LAWN pvc roll
chairs hi quality double cushions
both $38. 941-697-8498
CHAIRS, QUAD like new with
cases (4) one with leg rest $25.
941426-1686
CHAISE LOUNGE white x2, Sq.
end table. Good condition. $115.
941-423-1125
CURBING, SCALLOPED
16"x51/2"x2" 36 straight,
2 curved. $1. 941-276-5348
FENCING Natural Reed 2 rls
6'x16'. New in package.
$45, OBO. 941-661-6941
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GRILL, GAS. Large Charbroil
with gas tank. $55.
941-564-8675
HEDEDE TRIMMER Homelite
Gas Hedge Trimmer 20" bar,
used 3 tms $100 941-743-7183
LAWN BLOWER ELEC. JUST
LIKE NEW COST $75. PORT
CHAR. $20. 941-627-9736


LAWN MOWER, RIDING. 2004
Murray. 13.5 Horsepower.
40" cut. Great condition. $350.
941-423-0541
LAWN TRACTOR John Deer,
18.5hp, B&S, Hydrostatic Trans.
Like new garaged kept $800
941-697-8503


MOWER, CUB CADET commer-
cial zero turn stand up rider
Looks, runs like new. $750, OBO00
941-624-3754 or 258-5397


LAWN & GARDEN



MOWER, RIDING Murray Ultra
12 HP 30" cut. Excellent condit-
Like new. $450. 941-697-3643
MOWER/BLOWER/WEEDEATR
PRICE takes all three!
$175, OBO. 941-258-1512
MULCH KIT, CRAFTSMAN NEW
WITH BLADES. 46, 48, 54 INCH.
EACH $28. 941-268-9029
MURRAY 46" Riding Mower,
Auto Hydrostatic Drive. 16 HP
B&S Twin $495 941-268-5067
PATIO BAR & 4 CHAIRS Light
green in color. $200, OBO.
941-615-7529
PATIO SET 42" glass table.
Grey and green stripes.
$50. 941-875-4685
PATIO SET like new, 6 chairs,
glass table top, must see. $300,
941-255-3814.
PATIO TABLE and Chairs.
Round table and cushioned
chairs. $60. 941-564-8675
PATIO TABLE and Chairs. Round
table with cushioned chairs. $65.
941-564-8675
POND, KOI bead biological FIL-
TER, Good cond, expensive new!
$150, OBO. 239-896-2536
TRACTOR MURRAY SELECT
Tractor 40". 12.5 brigs for fix or
parts. $100. 941-875-3365
TRACTOR SEAT, JOHN DEER.
Yellow, good condition. $79.
941-629-2815
TRACTOR, OLD. 50'S YARD
ORNAMENT. $300, OBO.
239-633-3044
TRAILER, YARDWORK TRAILER.
2ft Wide, 4ft Long. Air tires
$50. 941-548-1220
TRIMMER TROY bilt gas 31cc,
curved shaft, like new. $75.
941-698-9872
TRIMMER, HOMELITE GAS TRIM-
MER 25CC FAMILY 5H WORKS
PERFECT. $40. 941-661-2128
WEED EATER poulan, hp30sb,
30cc, gas power. $30, OBO.
941-473-6060
WEEDEATER, HOMELITE
STRAIGHT SHAFT, NEEDS PULL
START. $10. 941-286-5275

7 BUILDING
SUPPLIES
6170

A/C (4TON) TRANE central
stored, strong, good. $495.
941- 629.2815
SAC AMANA 2 5 Ion outside unit
(sloredj. Very _,od condition.
$450. 941-629-8955
BLINDS 2" fabric hi quality 23"w
to 32"w cost 50+ NIB.
Each $18. 941-697-8498
BLOCKS, CONCRETE
40 Standard size building blocks.
$35, OBO. 941-451-9678
CABINET DOORS (25 white)
hindges included,, all sizes.
$225. 941-629-2815
CABINET heavy duty garage util-
ity room etc wall cabinet cost
70+ 2 avail $36. 941-697-8498
CEILING MEDALLIONS for fans
lights etc 10" 17" 21" NIB from
$5. 941-697-8498
CHANDELIER 6 glass panels
& brass. Cheap $22.
941-697-8498
CHANDELIER VINTAGE large
marble & alabaster no chips cost
395+ $122. 941-697-8498
COLUMNS RESIN/COMPOSITE
(3) NON-STRUCTURAL, DECORA-
TIVE. $15. 941-286-5601
CONCRETE EDGING Blocks 2 x
4 x 16 $0.50 ea aprox 50-60
941-493-1532
CULVERT 2 HD 15" plastic cul-
verts: 15 and 10 foot. New.
$90, OBO. 941-451-9678
CURTAIN RODS & extensions
CONTINENTAL 2 1/2 wide cost
20+ NIB. $8. 941-697-8498
CURTAIN RODS, TRAVERSE
cost 22+ hi quality NIB, $10.
941-697-8498
DOOR JAM 33 1/2 x 80
3 Hinge never used. No hard-
ware. $10. 941-258-7542
DOOR LOCKS, hinges etc many
matching solid brass LOTS of
them all. $50. 941-286-5601
GLASS, TEMPERED and tinted
from sliders. Two pieces 28x76.
$1. 941-697-7558.
GUTTER END CAPS alum 200
pcs 6" white 150 left side 50
right NEW. $10. 941-286-5601
HOT WATER DISPENSER,
instant. KITCHEN AID Cost 390+
NIB. $275 941-697-8498
HURRICANE PANELS steel (6)
7o". $35. 941j697-3160
LIGHT hanging modern deco
chrome light new never used cost
45+ now $18. 941-697-8498
METER BOX FOR ELECTRIC
LANDIS & GYR TYPE 3R.
NEW. $10. 941-286-5601
OSB CHIP BOARD


2 Sheets 4x 8 xl/2. Each $7.
941-629-7880
PLASTER USG (18) 50 LB BAGS
DIAMOND FINISH, ALL FOR $25.
941-286-5601
SCONCE vintage look double lite
wall sconce. Must see, unique.
$38. 941-697-8498
SECURITY GATE HEAVY IRON
83"W 82"H' 40" RADIUS GOOD
COND. $225. 941-286-5601
SINK, PEDESTAL sterling. Like
new. Wife didn't like. Englewood.
$25. 941-473-2424.


EQUIPMENT
6180

LADDER "DAVIDSON" 8FT 225
CAPACITY ALUMINIUM STEP.
$50. 941-661-2128

TOOLS/MACHINERY



A/C TOOLS hos vaes /v
gauges / freon / oil / fittings.
30, OBO. 941-473-6060
AIR COMPRESSOR Camp Haus
6.25 HP 30gal with wheels used,
but works. $125. 941-875-3365
AIR COMPRESSOR upright, 80
al, 2hp, single phase.
100, OBO. 941-473-6060
AIR EQUIPMENT regulator,
gauges, water trap. $15, OBO.
941-473-6060
AIR IMPACTS 2 husky, 3/8 dr,
reg & butterfly. $30, OBO.
941-473-6060
AIR TOOL inline cut off wheel.
$15, OBO. 941473-6060
AIR TOOLS ch, new, air chisel,
air drill/driver. $30, OBO.
941-473-6060
ANGLE GRINDER clarke,
mt1221, 5", electric. $25, OBO.
941-473-6060
AUTO CREEPER MADE BY ALL
TRADE. EXCELLENT CONDITION.
$15. 941-286-5601
BATTERY CHARGER sears,
12v, 4 amp, trickle charger.
$15, OBO . 941-473-6060
BATTERY CHARGER solar, 12v,
10amp, selectable. $15, OBO.
941-473-6060
BELT SANDER 4" x 21" Crafts-
man $25 941-629-7880
BLOW GUNS 3 guns, 4 x-tips,7
inflator pins. $15, OBO.
941-473-6060
BOTTLE JACKS, HYD. 3 jacks,
1.5 ton & 2 ton. $15, OBO.
941-473-6060
BUFFER, BLACK-DECKER 7",
elec, handy buffer w/bonnets.
$12, OBO. 941-473-6060
C CLAMPS 5pc, screw type, 3",
3.5", 4". $10, OBO.
941-473-6060
COMPRESSION TESTERS 2
sets, gauges, hoses, all fittings.
$15, OBO. 941-473-6060
CUT OFF TOOL, DEWALT
#DW660 cost 60+ new in box
$42. 941-697-8498
DA SANDER airstream, air,
brand new. $15, OBO.
941473-6060-:
DEWALT DW9116 18V 1 hr
NICD charger. $70 cost new. Only
$25. 941-697-8498
DIAGNOSTIC 2-TESTLIGHTS,
1-CURRENT METER. $10, OBO.
941-473-6060
DIGITAL CALIPER mountain
#5900, stainless, 6", new.
$20, OBO. 941-473-6060
DRILL SKIL 6215, elec, 3/8;
rev. $12, OBO. 941-473-6060
DRILL, BLACK-DECKER 1/2",
rev, spade handle. $20, OBO.
941-473-6060
DRILL, BLACK-DECKER 3/8,
rev, var spd, keyless. $10, OBO.
947-473-6060
DRILL, CORDLESS.Combo Pack
By DrillMaster 18 Volt with Carry-
ing Case. $50. 941-255-9292
DRIVER DRILL & 3/8" angle drill
cordless works great! MAKITA.
$45. 941-697-8498
DRIVER DRILL & recipro saw
cordless works great! MAKITA.
$45. 941-697-8498
DRIVER DRILL & side circular
saw cordless works great!
MAKITA. $45. 941-697-8498
DRYWALL TOOLS sanders trays
taping knives tape etc New in box
$15. 941-697-8498
DUST COLLECTOR Dust Collec-
tor for wood shop, with extras.
$95. 941-875-3736
FIRE. HYDRANT, Wrench.
$25, OBO. 941-258-4283
FLOOR SCRUBBER minuteman,
20", 1 hp, lspd, 115v.
$150, 0BO. 941-473-6060
GAS CAN one gallon. $3.
941-613-1130
GEARWRENCH 10PC, METRIC,
STUBBY. $15, OBO.
941-473-6060
GEARWRENCH 9PCS, METRIC,
STUBBY. $15, OBO.
941473-6060
GENERATOR 6,250W. lOhp new
120/240v. Call for info. $475.
941-637-4613
HANGALLS, HUSKY. set of 8,
black, heavy duty. $15, OBO.
941473-6060
HOVER WHIRLAWAY, 20", flat
surface cleaner. $125, OBO.
941473-6060.
IMPACT AIRSTREAM,
1/2" drive, new. $20, OBO.
941-473-6060
JACK STANDS peterson, tripod,
4000# cap ea. $15, OBO.
941-473-6060


JIGSAWS (2) BLACK-DECKER
2 speed, 10 xtra blades.
$25, OBO. 941-473-6.060
JUMPER CABLES, SUPER K
duty 20 foot flex 600 volts cost
100+ now $56. 941-697-8498
LADDER 6ft. wooden, Like new.
$25. 941-564-8675
LADDER, ALUMINUM. 20ft. Ext.
Used only twice. $65.
941-564-8675
LADDER, EXTENSION to 24ft.
Like new. $125. 941-286-2958


TOOLS/ MACHINERYi



LADDER, STEP LADDER.
Davldson Pro Series. Like
new. $100. 941-286-2958
LATHE, All Collets And Acc.
MARSHALL JEWELERS. $400.
863-494-2486
LOCKOUT KIT Set of 2 slim jim
tools. $10, OBO. 941-473-6060
MILLING MACHINE. VISE 6",
precision ground, hold down.
$325, OBO. 941-698-4119
NAIL GUN (BRAD) PORTER-
CABLE. BN125-A. 1&1/4". NEW
IN CASE. $30. 941-769-0828
NAIL GUNS 5 nail air guns from
the biggest to smallest excellent
condition & Bosh hammer drill.
Great Price. 941-698-9968
NUT DRIVER set 7 piece sae
set. $5, 080. 941-473-6060
OPENER, GARAGEDOOR
Craftsman chaindrive with wall
button. $75. 941-548-1220
POLE SANDERprofessional
swivel head light weight pole
sander, new. $13. 941-697-8498
POWER PROGRAMMER hyper-
teck, dodge, 02-05,hemi.
$200, B00. 941-473-6060
PULLER SET 6 gear/pulley
removal set. $15, OBO.
941-473-6060
RATCHET STRAPS 7 husky, 4
black, 3 orange, new. $12, OB0.
941-473-6060
REMOTE FILTER MOUNTS with
filters, 2, new. $15, OB0.
941473-6060
SANDER craftsman, quarter
sheet, elec, case. $10, 080.
941-473-6060
SANDER GRINDER 1" Delta 31-
352, Good Cond., needs sanding
belt $65, 080 239405-2050
SANDER POLISHER black- deck-
er, 7", 2 speed, 3/4 hp.
$10, OBO. 941473-6060
SANDER, BLACK-DECKER
ms550g, mouse type. $15, OB0.
941-473-6060
SAW BLADE DEALT #DW3193
6 diamond tooth 7 1/4 saw blade
cost 42+ NIB $22.941-697-8498
SAW DEWALT 12" COMPMITER
Saw Extra blades and Factory
Stand. $350. 941-830-3071
SAW DREMEL scroll saw and
stand. Model 1680, variable
speed 16". $100. 941-875-4685
SAW, CIRCULAR. Craftsman,
9.5", 2 1/8hp, electric.
$10, 0B0. 941-473-6060
SAW, RECIPROCATING chica-
go, electric, variable speed.
$40, 030. 941473-6060
SAW, SCROLL New in box.
Craftsman scroll/jig saw in case.
$35, OBO. 941475-6865
SAW, Tile wet saw. Professional
tile wet saw. 10in with stand.
$400. 941-380-4464
SAW: 10* MITER Saw Delta 36-
070 Power Miter Saw Good Con-
dition $65, OBO 239-405-2050
SAWZALL MILWAUKEE, heavy
duty, electric. $60, OB0.
941-473-6060
SCROLL SAW Craftsman,Table
Model 16". $45. 941-629-7880
SHOP VAC rigid, 2.5hp, 6 gal,
wet/dry. $15, 080.
941-473-6060
SOCKET SET 12pc, 3/8 dr, torx,
allen, screw. $10, OB0.
941473-6060
SOCKET SET 214pc, 1/4" dr,
sockets/ratchets. $40, OB0.
941-473-6060
SOCKET SET 24 pcs sae/met-
ric, wrench adapters. $15, OBO.
941-473-6060
SOCKET SET craftsman, 11pc,
3/8 dr, sae. $10, OB0.
941-473-6060
SOCKET SET craftsman, 14pc,
3/8 dr, metric. $10, 080.
941-473-6060
SOCKET SET husky, 13 pc; 3/8
dr, sae, shallow. $15, 080.
941-473-6060'
SOCKET SET sk, 3/8 dr, sae, 9
deep, 9 shallow. $15, OBO.
941-473-6060
SOCKET SET stanley, 3/8 dr, 8
sae, 9 metric. $10, OBO.
941-473-6060
STAPLE GUN arrow, et-50,
electo matic. $10, OBO.
941-473-6060
TABLE SAW Craftsman built in
move around wooden stand. $35.
941-697-8457
TABLE, WORK TABLE quick
clamping & adjustable cost 63
NIB $48. 941-697-8498
TIRE REPAIR KIT napa, heavy
duty, carry case. $10, OBO.
941-473-6060
TOOL BAG, DEWALT lots of
pockets, heavy duty. Cost 60+
new in box $35. 941-697-8498
TOOL CHEST Craftsman, 4
drawer, 26x12x15. $25, OBO.
941-473-6060
TOOL KIT WHEEL BEARING
grease packing tool kit.
$10, OBO. 941-473-6060
TOOL SET BLACK-DECKER


7 piece, electric power tool set.
$90, OB0. 941-473-6060
TORCH KIT tank, auto head, asst
heads/tips. $30, OB0.
941-473-6060
TORX DRIVERS husky, 6pc,
tl0/15/20/25/sl/s2
$10, OB0/ 941-473-6060
TORX DRIVERS taskforce, 4pc,
t10/t15/t20/t25
$5, 080. 941-473-6060
TUBING KIT 2 cutters, 4pc flare
kit. $10, OBO. 941-473-6060


TOOLS/MACHINERYI



VALVE SPRING COMPRESSOR,
heavy duty, new.
$10, OBO. 941-473-6060
WORK BENCH STANLEY 32"H
SURFACE 27.5" x 20" 550 LB
CAP EXC. $15. 941-769-0828
WORK LAMPS, halogen.
Adjustable tripod stand.
$40, OBO. 941-473-6060
WORK STATION HUSKY X-
HORSE 31"H Top 19.5" x 17.5"
750 lb cap. $15. 941-769-0828
WRENCH SET craftsman, 6pc,
metric, quick. $15, OBO.
941-473-6060
WRENCH SET craftsman, 7pc,
sae, quick wrenches. $15, OBO.
941-473-6060
WRENCH SET husky, 11pc, 3/8
dr, sae, crowfoot. $15, OBO.
941-473-6060
WRENCHES, OIL FILTER 4,
1-cup, 1-band, 2-pliar type
$10, OBO. 941-473-6060

|FARM EQUIPMENT
6195


FUEL TANK 500 Gal Steel w/
Electric Pump and Meter. Punta
Gorda. $499. 239-405-2050

OFFICE/BUSINESS
EQUIPJSUPLIES
6220

CHAIRS 1 HIGH 1 REGULAR
OFFICE CHAIRS. $60.
941-268-8451
DESK, COMPUTER DESK
$50, OBO. 941-268-8451

DESK, HEAVY DUTY OFFICE
DESK.$50, OB0.941-268-8451
FAX MACHINE HP all in one. Like
new/with book. $25.
941-564-8675
"FAXMACHINE" ALL IN ONE.
hp 1010. $20. 941-268-8451
FILE RACK, ROLLING. $8, OBO.
941-3804371
HUGE SALE! HUGE SALE!
10-20% Off all used office fumiture.
Office Outfitters 941485-7015
PHONE / FAX / COPY, HP
Machine Works Great! $10, OBO.
941-681-2034
PHONE CONFERENCE Sys Put
on.-,table&everyone can talk
works great.$1 75.9J 41-743 3858
PHONE FULL SYSTEM STAR
PLUS SYSTEM WITH PHONES
EXEC COND $50 941-268-9029
PRINTER, EPSON printer with
book and software. Good condi-
tion. $25. 941-564-8675
TABLE, CONFERENCE 6X3
Rectangular, Dark Cherry Seats
6 Newer. $299. 941445-8046

RESTAURANT
SUPPLIES
L 1 6225

MICROWAVE/COMMERCIAL
SHARP, STAINLESS, 230V.
$85, OBO. 941-875-3830

BIRDS
6231


INDIAN RING NECK, yellow
male, w/ cage and all access.,
,$200 cash (941)-627-5656





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.
CAT, FREE to good home. Mar-
malade color, Persian,neut. male,
declaw. loving 941426-7865
CAT, SMALL white, FE, 2 yrs old,
spayed, shots. Free to good
home.941-763-2994 after 10am
FREE 2 ADORABLE black twin
kittens to a good home. Litter box
trained, also mother cat. Call
941-766-6199 or 941-286-7676.
FREE TO APPROVED HOME
FEMALE Calico, front declawed,
Sweet, loving arid will be the per-
fect lap cat. (941)-628-3086





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.


AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD pup-
pies, AKC reg., Red Merles $600,
Tri's $500. (941)-255-0897
S,,. -


tauns & Irindles $b5U
(941)-423-0002
BOXER PUPPIES AKC, Brindle
w/ white markings. All shots &
health cert $350 (863)-244-1162


/ DOGS
6233


CATAHOULA'S, 2 MALE in
search of new home. A pair of
brothers need room to run. One
is deaf, will not separate.
Contact 941-380-0350

DACHSHUND, Purebred, 4yr M,
neut. Selling for owner's health
reasons, $225 (941)-625-7900


FREE TO GOOD HOME 1 YR
OLD 80LBS. SHEP/LAB MIX
MALE VERY CUTE& GOOD NEEDS
TRAINING. 'JUST NUETERED.
941-234-3083 AFTER 5PM
HAVANESE, AKC pups, many
colors, Non shed. Health cert.
$600/obo. (941)-391-6662
MINI AUSTRALIAN pups, shots
& health cert. $800 Ready 4th of
July (863)-990-5335

PARTI POMERANIAN
UNALTERED MALE 4MO. $550.
941445.2461

POMERANIAN PUPPIES, Vet
checked and UTD on shots.
Ready 6/26/10. 941-681-2919


.nlil-llu. r r r i, t IL I IaniIg
Shih-tzu puppies a Variety o.
Colors Strong Championship
Bloodline Ready for a good
home. 1st round of shots, health
certificates, AKC reg. $695.
(941)-661-1915



YORKIE AKC, 1 tiny Female,1
male 8 wks Health cert & shots.
$656.-$900 (9411-809-8594 OR
CALL 941-475-9038

L LIVESTOCK
rsmZ6235




GOATS (3) FOR SALE.
$200. Need to be on farm.
Call 941-830-0579

SPET SUPPLIES
[&SEIRWCES
P,1 62366


AQUARIUM COVER only! metal
mesh 17" by 36". $10.
941-423-2585
AQUARIUM, for reptile. Stand,
55 gal. black with black wood
cabinet. $100. 941-628-2122
BARRIER, Automobile Dog Barri-
er Never Used/Kennel Air-O
Brand: $25. 941-268-3010
CAGE, DOG. folds, metal, door,
plastic tray, w30" x h24" x d22".
Englewood. $45. 941-302-8775

CAGE, LARGE, BIRD, NICE
SHAPE, HEAVY DUTY, 46"X29"
WHITE. $75. 941-286-5275

CRATE, FOR DOG Small
18x14x12 with handle, like new.
$20. 941493-3851

LOVING CARE PET SITTING in
my home or yours. Insured &
Bonded. 941423-4109

POND BEAD FILTER, KOI. Over
1K new, great shape.
$150, OBO. 239-896-2536

TANK, FISH. 10 Gallon with
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$20. 941-255-9292

TANK, FISH. 50 Gal. Octagone
Pumps, Stone, Stand. $50.
941-830-3071


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941-625-0340

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941-625-0340
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13 Seer w/warranty $1,350
941-704-9413
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$175, OBO. 239-896-2536
COMPACTOR, KITCHENAID BIk,
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hands free. $495. 941-743-3858
DISHWASHER NEW IN BOX, TOP
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BARGAIN! $300. 941-924-6109

EXPRESSO MAKER Krups
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Books. Hellman, Shaw, other
authors. $80. 941-204-0085
BOOK STEPHEN KING, Black
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OBO. 941-627-6780
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$50. 941-426-1686
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in death &Stranger in death.
$10. 941-627-6780
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941-564-8675
CHESS GAME timers New West
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2585
CIRCUIT BREAKERS Federal
Pacific, used, ALL from 150A
panel. $75. 941-626-0304
CLOSING SALE for summer
4000sf nautical decor, boating
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COOLER 40 QT Igloo with
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EARTH GLOBE Illuminated desk
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FABRIC STEAMER CONNAIR
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GLASS, 37" smoked glass top
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new in box. $18. 941-697-8498
PICTURES, FRAMED
Large, tropical, newer, $20.
941-564-8675
SIGNS REAL ESTATE HANGING
SIGN POSTS, PRESSURE TREAT-
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SPEAKERS, OUTDOOR hi fideli-
ty sound for lawn poolside etc
NIB. $72. 941-697-8498
TELEPHONE. Unusual golf bag
and club style. NOT A REAL BAG!!
$30. 941-423-2585
TIRES (2) MICHELIN P225-60-
R16 $50/Both. 941-460-0516
TITANIC LAMINATED pic. 2' by
3' shows engineering details $20
941-423-2585
TOWEL DISPENSER, Auto. New
in Box, Georgia Pacific, battery
operated. $40. 941-475-6865
VACUUM ELECTROLUX.
Good condition. $25, OBO.
941-764-6970
WATER FILTER NSA COUNTER
top does 5000 gal no filters
179+ NIB. $48. 941-697-8498
WATER SOFTNER programma-
ble head with salt tank. $100.
941-493-3851
WAXER/POLISHER WAXMAS-
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bonnets. $18. 941-697-3643
WIND TURBINE 400 Watt, never
assembled cost $985 will sell for
$475 Firm. 941-743-4023

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18 FT POONTOONS sell/trade
for cementmixer, plasma cutter?
$495. 941-548-1220
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MOTERCYLCE WANTED run-
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D-FRI.-SAT. 8-12 7297
Skycrest st. tables, antiques,
books, records, old camera stuff,
collectibles.
D]FRI.-SAT. 8:30-1 7184
Lighthouse St. Englewood.
Guns, compound bows, tools,
furniture, household.
Too much to list!
D-SAT. 8-2 6417 Klaus Ct.
Garends of Gulf Cove, Some
Indoor & outdoor furniture and
other items.
D-iSAT.-SUN. 8-2 60 Cedar
St. MOVING SALE: furn, tv's,
household items, clothes, books,
tools, lawn equipt & lots more.

NOKOMIS/OSPREY
GARAGE SALES
6004

-]FRI. SAT. 8-4 327 9th
Street. Lake Villiage MHP
HUGE SALE - Furniture, tools,
household. Emglo gas air com-
pressor. Beds, ent center, Total
Gym & more.

NORTH PORT
GARAGE SALES
-^ ^6005

--FRI.-SUN. 8-4 2525 Atwa-
iter Dr. Antiques, mattresses,
household furniture, Craftmatic
Elec. bed, lift chair, queen mat-
tress set, fouton mattress, fouton
Mattress chair and misc. items.
F--SAT. 8-1 2913 Rufus Rd.
'-Baby & Kids' toys, house-
hold items, women's clothes.
I--SAT.-SUN. 9-1
J4889 Ariton Rd. off Toledo
Blade & Kenvil. Many items to
choose from.
FSUN.-SUN. 8-4 5424
'Gabo Rd, North Port. Mov-
ing Sale,June 13 to June 20, all
must go. call 941-815-8994 for
more info

PT. CHARLOTTE/DEEP
CREEK GARAGE SALES
S6006

D-FRI.-SAT. 8 154 Santarem
Circle, DEEP CREEK.
Furniture, household goods, and
some kid items.
--]FRI.-SAT. 8-1 22393 Lewis-
ton Ave. Estate Sale, big
Items, Lots of Furniture.
FRI.-SAT. 8-2 21302
Marigold Ave. off Dewitt,
Park bench, chairs, tables, chest,
Lamps, sm dog cage, bar stools,
Kitchenware, linens, desk & misc.


PT. CHARLOTTE/DEEP
CREEK GARAGE SALES
6006

E-lFRI.-SAT. 8-2 2183 Fern-
wood St. Girls clothes sz 8,
Barbies, toys, DVD's, computer
Games, books, household items.
r-IFRI.-SAT. 8-3
4263 Conway Blvd.
Furniture, kitchen items, yard
tools & misc.
mFRI.-SAT. 8-3 Deep Creek,
S127053 Ecuador Drive, off of
Seasons. Furniture, glassware,
Toys, movies, antiques.
E-lFRI.-SAT. 8-4
2448 Beedra St.
MOVING SALE: Furniture, kids
toys & clothes.
El]FRI.-SAT. 8:30-2 90
Santarem Circle(off of Deep
Creek Blvd) Multifamily, lots of
nice stuff. Household/furn/tools.
-lFRI.-SAT. 9-4 1052 Archer
St. off Tappanzee. Books,
collectibles, household items,
clothing various sizes, etc.
r-EFRI.-SUN. 9-5
23268 Mcnamee Ave.
Tools Games, jewelry, collecta-
bles, AC 3.5ton compl. & more.
--SAT. 7:30-1:30 475 All-
Eworthy St. Off -Peachland.
Multi family. Kids, adult clothes,
books,furniture, kids DVDs+more


IRPT. CHARLOTTE/DEEP
CREEK GARAGE SALES
6006


E-lSAT. 8-1 115 Madre De
Dios St. Deep Creek. Furni-
ture, Qn bed, kitchen, games,
couch, clothes, lots of misc.

F SAT. 8-1 4239 Bur St.
E Kids clothes & games,
Stand & sit stroller, & Adult misc.
El-SAT. 8-12 206 Norman
Street. Antiques, Christmas
decor, craft supplies, African
statues, African memorabilia,
elect. typewriter, blankets, bed-
ding, camera equipment, yarn,
fabric, books, beer steins, art-
work, fishing poles, tools,
Longaberger, jewelry, yard
tools. More!

l-iSAT. 8-12
23378 Ferndale Ave.
INSIDE & OUT! MOVING SALE
EVERYTHING MUST GO!
-SAT. 8-12
2498 Abscott St.
Household, baby items, adult
clothing & lots more.
ElSAT 8-12 25457 Barinas
Dr. Books, toys, house-
hold items. Deep Creek, R on
Aysen, Arequipa, Orinocco,
Barinas


PT. CHARLOTTE/DEEP
CREEK GARAGE SALES



E SAT. 8-32490 Haven St
Port Charlotte. Furniture,
office equipment, books,
interior decorations and
more.

E-lSAT. ONLY 8-? 1393 Ken-
more St. 1 Day Only. INSIDE
WHOLE HOUSE SALE. Priced to
Sell Fast. Vintage Blue & White
Baked Enamel Top Table; Knit-
ting Machine & Accessories
(Knitking, Toyota & Brother); Sil-
ver; HUGE DOLL COLLECTION;
Crafting Beads; Sewing
Machines, Yarn, Commercial
Drill Press; Air Compresser;
UNIS Aluminum Folding Bike;
Walk Behind Weeders; Power &
Hand Tools, King Beds; Wolfgang
Puck, Harley Davidson AMF Oil
Cans/HD MINT Lighter & Tape
Measure; Great States Reel
Mower; Furniture; Antique Wood
Fishing Rod; New Hoover Floor
Spin Scrub 500; GIBSON TUBE
AMP; General Household &
Much More.

E-lTHURS. 9-4, FRI.& SAT.
9-5, SUN. 9-2
24100 Tiseo Blvd Unit 15. Off
Kings Hwy next to Hess gas station,
Crazy Al's Quality Used Furni-
ture having a garage sale. We have
it all - come & see.


I PUNTA GORDA
GARAGE SALES
6007


FRI.&SUN. ONLY 8-? 1610
EWoodlawn Ave. Indoor, 4
Family, furn, antiques, exercise
equip, appliances, lots of misc.
m FRI.-SAT. 8-? 3701 Bay-
lnard Dr #J1. Moving Sale -
Going North, Fl decor, household
items, clothing, all must go!
E]FRI.-SAT. 8-1 11310 1st
Ave. Tables, lamps, chairs,
household items, patio furniture,
and much more! Good Deals!!
E]FRI.-SAT. 8-12 2240 Via
Venice. PGI, Housewares,
toys, adult/boy's clothing, kids
wagon, knick knacks and more.
E-lFRI.-SAT. 9-1 27364 Tierra
Del Fuego Circle. Renovation
Sale: Kitchen/bathroom cabinets,
Bedroom/Living Room Furniture,
Misc. Tables, Pictures and other
household items.
E-lFRI.-SUN. 8-? 2829 Mag-
nolia Way. ESTATE SALE:
Furn, clothing, household, tools,
& lots more. Inside & outside.
riSAT. 7-12 25384 Sullan Ct. off
lAysen Dr. Electronics, games,
clothes (girls), toys, kids books, kids
cleets, Cd's, DVD's, & more.


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70004 Arcadia 3 days -'22.50
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h-]SAT. 8-? No early birds.
Pirate Harbor. Lots of kit.
household, furniture, fishing,
books, shoes, helmets, more.
F-ISAT. 8-3 9192 Acorn Blvd.
Off Jones Loop. HUGE SALE,
complete house. Baby, house-
hold, tools, books, lot of misc.
[-SAT. 9A-1P 1009 Taylor
SStreet. PG Depot. Flea
Market, Antiques & Collectibles.
Multiple Vendors. Last dock sale
until September. 639-6774.

ROTONDAAREA
GARAGE SALES
6008

[-]FRI.-SAT. 7-11 1047
IBoundary Blvd. Moving -
Everything must go! Lots of
Household items.
[-1FRI.-SAT. 8-1
E219 Fairway Road:
Sunnybrook to Rotunda Cir - Right
- to Fairview Rd. make Left.
Estate Sale
House full of almost new Florida
Designer furniture, appliances, 3
Bedroom sets, leather living room
Furniture, outdoor items, etc.
Bring help for moving furniture.
Sale conducted by
B. Moyerman
r-iFRI.-SAT. 8-2
S127 Jennifer Dr. Off Alba-
tross. Golf clubs, bikes, vests,
card table & chairs, misc. items.

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GARAGE SALES
6010

SAT. 8-? Diving equip,Tools,
Household goods,
Lots More-Don't Miss!!
949 Graham Rd. Venice

SVENICE AREA
GARAGE SALES
^ 6011

FRI. & SAT. 8am-2PM.
LJ 1535 E. Venice Ave.
Venice Church Of The
Nazarene, 941-488-5007
Rummage sale & Car Wash.
Furniture, clothes, appliances,
sporting oods, tools, baby
items, Little Tykes play items
and tons more.
SAT. Hot Dogs/Water for sale.
-ISAT.8-12 1200 Kingbridge
Dr. Furnitue, lamps, ooks,
Canoe and household.
--]THU.-SAT. 8-2 442
Pineview Drive. Furniture, col-
lectibles, pool table, medical
equipment, lots and lots more.
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ED'S,
)RYWALL, INC
No Job Too Small!
Since 1982
ED WARREN
BRIAN WARREN
ph: 941-629-9500
ell 941-628-385!
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HARBOR VIEW
ELECTRIC
* Residential Service
* New Construction
SGenerators
SInspections
SPanel Change Outs
FREE ESTIMATES
Lic.: ES12000512
For Prompt Call Back
Call
941-627-4068


Mike Schnell
Electrical
Maintenance
Service Inc.
Residential & Commercial
"All Your Electrical Needs"
Service Upgrades
Lic.#ER13012824
941.697.5726


Matt's
Electric
I Inc.
$1000- 200Amp
Service Changes
$50 Service Call
24 Yrs. Exp.
Comm. & Res.
(941) 769-6515
ic. ER13013345 & Ins.


Loving Help
* Errands
* House & Pet Sitting
* Cleaning
* Cooking
Let me help you!
Responsible & Reliable
Pets are more comfortable at
home. I will gladly stay at or
visit your home and cater to
your pet's needs.
Marcia Mangina
309-660-1390


6" SEAMLESS
GUTTERS

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FREE
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Ken Violette, Inc.
Lic. COC#60662 In.
(941) 240-6699


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m*tes screening wlyMle Sewing t fssr te am
* RqfOf ating *Pheonb&ingixtures * iWle&asRepeir
* Drtwall Repair * IntM/Et. Painting * Elearicrmums
*Gutterclening * w ottenwodRaeirs trWnrleta aCjk
Venice Native
Serving Sarasota County

941.485.2172


Handyman Services
*Yard Work: mowing,
trimming, all landscaping
* Pressure Washing:
Houses, pool deck,
driveways
*Small Repair inside/
outside your home
No job too big
or small!
(941) 623-3408


A Carpenter
Around
the House
Interior/Exterior
Remodel & Finish Work
Cabinet. Door, Window &
Tile Installations
Full Handyman Services
James M. Okell
941-270-1693
A Registered FL Ca Since 1993
. 1kensellnsured


Bill's Handyman
Service
' Ceiling Fans
* Lights
'Faucets
SClogged
Drains l
* Toilets "
' Small Jobs
SEtc.
941-661-8585


DAN THE �l
HANDYMAN
I DO IT ALL WIT
JUST ONE CALL
SBathroom & Kitchi
Remodels
Painting
Carpentry
SAnything?
,941-697-M


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Retired Northern Custom
Builder at your service.
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Poor Quality?"
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941-662-0266
Full explanation wffree
estimates Quality interiorlext.
work w/refcsnocs Prompt
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John Lambeth
475-2630
30+ Tears E.perience
JohnLambethLLC.com
Certified Builing Contractor
CBCt 256726
Put NEW style & soul
into YOUR home!


CU.. HO\ TLLL
I IANDI)YMAN
SERVIC(I
* Tree & Lawn Service
Windows
SDoors
* Locks
* Rotten wood repairs
* Roof repairs
* Drywall & Painting
No .lo)b Too Small.
35 years Experience.
941-276-0491
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Dave Beck
The Handyman,
Kitchen & Bath
.Countertops
Drywall
Texturing/Painting
Ceramic Tile
Aluminum Screens
941-766-1767
CRC 1327942
Licensed & Insured
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HANDYMAN HANDYMAN
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493-736 uP FRONT!
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e pairse Dave Beck
Kitchen/Bath
Total Remodeling DTe nauyman
All phases of Carpentry Uc
Painting Int/Ext Kitchen &
Tiling Flooring Bath Remodels
Local References Ceramic Tile
Call Joe 941-766.1767

41 -883-1303 CRC 1327942
V--L i c e n s e d & I n s u r e d
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* Tree, Lot & Vegetation,
Mulhiin
*Tree, Stmp Reoval
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*Selecive OGering


Stone Starting at f a
$39.99 LwSv
ROCK DIRECT Serving Sarasota, Nokomis,,
FV*nVenice & Lakewood Ranch
TO YOU Average
Free Estimates Account is
Free delivery $70/month
over 5 yards 1 BA A
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941-623-6192


*Venice . Mowng
* North Port �Mulch
Pt. Charlotte * Stone
* Englewood * Design
* Rotonda Instlation
Gulf Cove Trees
& S.G.C Shrubs
Lawns
Locally Owned & Operated
* Great Equipment
*Great Work Ethic
* Satisfied Customers
FREE ESTIMATES.
941-426-7844


TJ MILAZZO SR.
941-475-0058
LAWN CUTTING
MOST LAWNS
$20-$25
TRIM BUSHES
PLANT DESIGN
WEEDING & MULCHING
SWnlg Eglewoll, Caps Hal
Rotomia, S, Vni(eo and Nwot Port
PROMPT DEPENDABLE SERVICE
45 YEARS EXPERIENCE
IC. & INSURED


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GULF' COVE,
PLACIDA &
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AT AFFORDABLE
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FULL SERVICE LAWN CARE
- RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL & RENTAL, PROPERTIES
- ONE TIME CUTS/MONTHL-YSANNUALY
- TREE TRIMMING/HEDGE TRIMMING THOM.
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Mowing ol
Edging & a
Trimming E
16~~~ yr--erec


16 yrs Experience
Licensed & Insured

Call Tim
941-492-5171


BROTHERS LAWN &
LANDSCAPING
Lawns starting at
$55.00 per month
Per Cut Starting at $17.0C
Yard clean up * pruning
* weeding & mulching.
Prompt Dependable service
Why pay more?
941-809-9485


JENSEN'S
LAWN SERVICE

Full Service
Lawn Care
No Contracts
Quality Work!
Fully Licensed & Insured.

CALL
941-483-0785


LAWN SERVICE
SPRING SPECIAL:
CUT AS LOW AS
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WE CAN MANICURE
YOUR PROPERTY OR
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941-626-0279


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941.441.0249
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Dennis Angelo
Mason Contractor,
Brick and Glass Block
Licensed & Insured
941-628-6219
Serving
Southwest Florida since 1994,


loving & Delivery
Honest, Reliable,
Courteous,
Very Low Rates
15 yrs. Experience
Lic. & Ins.
941-237-1823
FL. Mover Rex. No. 1MI647


ACT NOW FOR
AMAZING BANG FOR
YOUR BUCK FROM A
"SEASONED PAINTERS
Zero VOC, low odor,
silica free
paint available.
Call Al @
941-468-2660
Former Firefighter
I w. ill Port Charlotte
N ,i I.i PIrt, PulntiI GCorda
I 1nI."0ood & Venice
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Alexander's
Painting Etc.
25 year Pro Interior/Ext
Drive/Garage/Deck
Pressure Wash/Repair
Remove/Inslal
Pre-Rent/Sale Spec.
Free Est, Ref, Lic, Ins.
941-496-9131
or
941-223-0941


STEVENS CUSTOM
PAINTING AND
PRESSURE CLEANING
Residential, commercial
Interiors and exteriors
Painting & Staining of
driveways, pool decks
Free pressure washing with
ext. painting, 26 yrs. exp.
FREE EStiMATES
Reafrsnces Available
Lic#10-00007724 & Insured
(941) 255-3834
or
(iQ&\ I 95R-d1RR


Interior/Exterior
CUSTOM
PAINTING
Reasonable Rates
Interior is My Specialty
SPressure Cleaning
* Concrete Staining
Any surface, any color
JAMES D. ROOT
488-3112
Locl Owner/Opertor since 1984
Venice Area Only
Licensed & Insured


WE IAINT

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Fine Interiors and Exteriors
"SIMPLY THE BEST"
941-928-1236
LICENSED / INSURED FREE ESTIMATES


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Larrv's Paintina

Wallaai r
(941) 228-6747
FREE ESTIMATES
No Job Too Small
Northeast


Workmanship and
Reasonable Prices
Fully Licensed
and Insured


. Mark Hunter
T0 Painting

* Fine Interior & Exterior Painting
* My 32nd year in business
* Perfect work, prompt service
* Pay nothing until work complete
* Over 1,200 Jobs Completed
* Free Estimates, Bonded, Lic., Insured


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"BEST PRIeE FOR
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Resildential/Commerclal
* New Construction
* Custom Home/Repaints
* Interior Exterior
* Pressure Washing
94 -a4s5-815 84
Lic# AAA00101254
Lic/Insured Free Estimates


Liberty
Painting
[ Services Inc.
Interior & Ext. Res, & Commercial
Faux Finishes & Venetian
Plastering
FREE Deck Painting
with house painting
For Free Estimates
Call 941-234-7033
www,LibertyPaintingServices.comrn


941-627-2224
Uensidnusred/Bonded
TOLL-FREE
877-709-MPST (7378)


Onken Construction
Group LLC
Plumbing Division
3 -40 Gallon Bradford White Water Heaters Installed
6 Years Tank Parts & Labor, Full Warranty
ONLY $399
941-270-2930
Visit our website
www.onkenconstructiongroup.com
Lic. CFC1427999


ProTek Plumbing
i Drain Specialists
DO YOU HAVE SLOW DRAINS???
"WE OFFER COMPLETE ROOTER SERVICES"
"ALL YOUR
PLUMBING
REPAIR NEEDS"
L475-3949 or 575ense#CFC057933-7324
475.3949 or 57547324


Retired but not tired
Faucets, Sinks, Stools, Garbage
Disposals, Pressure Tanks,
Water Softeners/Filters Etc.
Most Anything,
Just Ask
Ross
Master Plumber
RF11067393
1-941-204-4286
rwhandvman@vahoo.iom


FULL SERVICE SURFACING Enhance The Look &valu
9 PAINTING & SEALING OfYour Investment.
PLUM IN , * DECORATIVE CEMENT * Pool deck renovations
* Slab & Wall Leaks * Tile DesignS * Driveway designs
* Repipes Ofne .. REPAIRS * Garage noors
* Replace & Repairs 110 1 .* CRACK REPAIR * and more
* Baclowdels CERAMACOTE Ucensed & Insured
* Remodels LicJns. Since 1984 * Sr. Discounts
423-3058 941-343-7149 QualityDe
statecenrtm Precision Plumbing u" , 941-268-7457
Master PIa01er and Leak Detection CFC14273 (Chiarlot county) 941-375-1103


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maxlney" VENICE
Pressure VENICE
ClgeannrPRESSUR
* Exterior/Interior Painting " A I
* Soffit and Facia Repair CLEAN I N
* Gutter Repair & Cleaning "TILE ROOF
Lifetime Venice Resident SPECIALISTS"
Lic. & Insured in Sarasota, "Also House PaintI
No. Port & Charlotte Counties & Roof Coating"
CHAMBER MEMBER
S......---- - 497-2493
S Same Cleanina


S Since 1984
SAssociations Welcome!
' _- -,- Lc./insured Free Est.


We Come to
Your Rescue
Specializing in Pressure
Washing And Tree Service
10% Senior Discount
20 Years Experience
FREE-Estimates
941-916-8317


The State of
Florida Requires
all Contractors
to be Registered
or Certified.
Be Advised to
Check License
Number with the
State by Calling
1-850-487-1395
or on the Web at
myfloridalicense.coff


Screening
Licensed & Full Insured
25yrs. of experience
SPECIALIZING IN
RESCREENING
POOL CAGES
& LANAIS
Also Repairs, Entryways
Garage, Sliders
No Job Too Small
809-1171


Rescreens
Fam Ownred &0peatdW
*Pool cages
*Lanals
:Entrywaus
'Garage Sliders
Honest. Dependable.
Ouaty Service
Refeences Avalable.
FREE ESTIMATES
Licensed & Insured.
941-915-7793


Affordable
Screening
Rescreen and Repairs
Pool Cages,
Lanais,Entrys,
Vinyl Windows,
Garage Sliders,
Vinyl Sliders and
Stickers
FREE ESTIMATES
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
941-474-1200
941-697-5900


James Weaver
Roofing
Family
Owned &
Operated
Since 194
426-8946
Free Estimates
Metal, shingles, flat roofs.
Replace & Repair
Lic#CCC1325995


Family owned and
operated since 1969
* Single Ply
* Metal
*Full Carpentry
Service Available


A-1 COATINGS
BOND CONTRACTORS, INC.
Water Proofing Roof Coatings
Why Replace Iit - Save It and Save $1
12Yr Warranty Extends - Preserves & Rejuvenates Roof Ufa
Increases Wnd Protection * Mildew Resistant
Any Color * Even Clear * R-24 R-Valve * Shingles
Built Up .*T111 * Foam * Polyester. Metal * Flat Roofs & More
426.9354 * 423.5458 * 800.221.6751
LIc CCC058170

10% Discount


WATEl'r

*Old Roo emow
OurSpercy
*RA CPIp
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40ft 4m0u0


ROOFING
Since 1975


NEW ROOFS
RE-ROOFS* REPAIRS
Commercial & Residential
State LiUc,#CCC 1325679
Re-roofs Am Our Specalty
Bus: 941-474-5487
Fax: Q941-475-07Q


STUCCO, IN.
New Constriction
& Remodels
Rusted bands &


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STUCCO REPAIRS,
CRACKS
RUSTY BANDS, NEW
CONSTRUCTION
NO IOBTOO SMALL!


Wire Lath Repair. FREE ESTIMATES
COMPETITIVE
Spraycrete & PRICING
Dry-wall repair. QUALITY SERVICE
14114 4SS 941-234-6773
, nLicensed& Insured
,1(41)97-553 CGC1508016


RESIDENTIAL
BURN
TILE & DESI


COMMERCIAL
IS
GN, iNC.


INTERIOR - EXTERIOR INSTALLATION
QUALITY
SATISFACTION

941-628-6132
SERVING CHARLOTTE
mit IMTV CIMINF 1 E '7 I IFMCNF"n & INSURED


CERAMIC TILE
SALES AND/OR
INsALIAION
35 YRS EXP.
NO JOB TOO SMALL
12 yrs. In Rotonda West.
Free estimates.
Installer/Owner.


* Convert bath tub to easy
access shower
* Handicap access shower
* Shower repair/Replace
* Free In-Home Shopping
* Ucensed & Insured
* Owner/Install
* Over 20 Years In Englewood


20x20 Porcelain
from $3.69
Professionally
Installed


Call Jim AW1 0
941-6974948 I l74' 1000


KYLE
HARPER
TILE
"No Job Too Big
Or Too Small"
Dependable &
Reliable Service.
quality Workmanship
941-916-2107
Uc./n1s.


Trailer Repair DAN'S TREE
Major & Minor SERVICE, Inc.
Boat/Utility Free Estimates
Trailers senior
Springs, Axles Discounts
Discounts
Bearings, Tires on oun
Lights & Wiring 's, ..w '
Englewood Englewodf
Trailer Center & ven 4.
941.460-9700 941.497.8955


KEN'S PROFESSIONAL TREE SERVICE
"28 Yrs. Exp. in Florida. Tree & Plants"
* ALL PALM TRIMMING * HEDGE TRIMMING
* STUMP GRINDING * FRUIT TREE TRIMMING
* REMOVALS * TREES FOR SALE
*17 Yrs. in Port Charlotte &
Sarasota County*
OWNER OPERATOR
FREE ESTIMATES
No JOB Too SMALL
41-a24d-424n ,[,wn,,


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Complete
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941-423-0020
475-6611 * PC 539-2644


Professional Tree
Service ince-199'7
We Save^T
We Beat Any Estimate
10% Senior Discount
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KIRTS
Palms
Oaks
Pines
Trimming &
Removals
Affordable & Dependable
Free Estimates
941-662-0303
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Specials
Package Deals
Res. & Comm.
Free Estimate
Lie/Ins.
941-661-5281


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DEEP CREEK
Gorgeous 4BR/3BA, pool, oversize greenbelt/water
view lot. 2590 sq. ft., built 2004. Sprinkler sys., secu-
rity sys., Jacuzzi tub,' granite counters, tiled floors,
hurricane shutters, all major appliances included,
great room, all the upgrades. Priced at $325,000
s On CALL ANN SOLODUK
A i,.., A- ..,. 941-286-5506


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2845 SANCHO PANZA CT., PUNTA GORDA
3/2/2 + den. Very quick sailboat access
intersecting canals, new dock & 16,000 lb.
lift, heated pool, metal roof, total electric
shutters, pavers, stainless/granite kitchen,
tile/carpet, beautiful. $639,000
- R Im is� Karen Tammen, Realtor, GRI
Srcell: 941-380-0639
Harbor Realty Email: karent@remax.net










32300 Washington Loop Rd., Punta Gorda.
Builder's 3000 SF 4-bedroom, 3-bath overlook-
ing pond & preserve w/2-car attached garage +
3-car detached garage, pole barn and fenced area
for horses, 4 dog kennels. Elegant country liv-
ing, close to town. Quick-sale priced at just
$395,000!
R /A Patty Gillespie
AM REALTOR, GRI, SRES, PRO,CSSS
| 'ANCHOR REALTY 941-875-2755












PORT CHARLOTTE
Beautiful 3/2/2 with pool, huge
screened lanai, and dock on a sailboat
canal, only 1 block to the harbor.
,Priced for a quick sale at $349,900.
Patti 269-849-4035

FOR ALE-OW AXE


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11644 Egret Circle, (Crystal Bay) #405
Furnished 3/2/1 + lanai. Top floor end unit.
This condo will not disappoint and is
designed for the Florida lifestyle. $119,900
JILL BROUWER REALTY
JILL'S CELL 941-276-4459
V LINDA'S 941-457-7245

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3200 Loveland Blvd., Port Charlotte, FL 33980
Maintenance-free living in small and beautiful, over 55
gated community. 2 Bed + den, 2 Bath villas with 2 car
garage. $160,000. Superb clubhouse. Heated pool and
spa. Great fitness room. Wheelchair friendly design.
Beautiful upgrades throughout.
Visit us or call Tony Gillen (941) 255-7208
Coldwell Banker Sunstar Realty


rUTA GODECUV


Resort Style Living in Prestigious
Burnt Store Marina
2 Bedrooms, Office 3rd Bedroom, 2 Bath,
POOL, 1970 Sq. Ft., 525 Slip Marina,
Gated Community & MORE! $310,000.
j R5MI4I SIDeborah & Dick
ANCHOR RllpY Miller Team
seu'vscaw.,..agmliMso cs.Unm e 941-662-9900


103 CATAMARACA CT., PUNTA GORDA
(DEEP CREEK)
Peaceful cul-de-sac location. Completely
rebuilt 3/2/2 pool home. Pool is heated,
hurricane protection all around, beautiful
mature landscaping. You will feel like you
own a parkI Extra lot included. $179,000
__ �Karen Tammen, Realtor, GRI
Hr ma n mn800-445-6560
cell: 941-380-0639
? Harbor Realty Email: karent@remax.net


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PUNTA GORDA ISLES
Large 3/2/2, htd. pool, 178' rim canal.
Spectacular view! Furnished!
$469,000.
^ RVM 'I4 Harry Rowe
. Anchor Realty 941-457-0508


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PORT CHARLOTTE
Resort Style Living for 55+. Golf,
Tennis, plus much more in our Friendly
Country Club. 2 BR, 2 BA, Den, 2 Car
Gar. Split Plan with Volume Ceilings.
Maint. Free! $157,000.
24293 Westgate Blvd
OPEN 10-5pm
402366 Call 941-627-6200


ENGLEWOOD/ROTONDA WEST, FSBO.
Reduced to sell quick, 3/2/2 canal home,
spacious mstr ste, w/2 wlk/in closets, cath.
ceilings, tile firs. Add. sq. ft. w/lrg lanai &
screened porch, well maint, new sod, have it
all location, 5 to 15 min: Marinas, beaches,
mall & fishing, appraised for 280K, $179,900
no realtors.
941-544-8834, Open House Sat & Sun 11-5
402371











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

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15400 WATER OAK CT.
Over 5 acres in Prairie Creek Park, Punta Gorda. A
rare property directly on Prairie Creek. Built in 2003,
this home features a fantastic pool, amazing privacy
and storagee galore. Perfect for the collector of cars,
boats or whatever toys you have. This is a must see if
you are looking for something unique. $338,383.
wrI ,f AKfe Karen Tammen, Realtor, GRI
800-445-6560
cell: 941-380-0639
Harbor Realty Email: karent@remax.net










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LAKE SUZY ESTATES
Lakefront, 11628 SW Courtly Manor Dr.
2 w/den or 3/2/2 - 2510 u/air. Custom split
design, high vaulted ceilings, gourmet
kitchen, Ig. master & family room, outdoor
kitchen. Furnished. Deed restricted. $299,000.
941-627-6896


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KINGS GATE
Country Club Life Style At Its
Best For Only $155,000!
2BR, Den, 2BA, 2 Car Gar. Maint. Free
Golf Villa. Split Plan with Volume
Ceilings.
24297 West Gate Blvd
Open 10-5pm
402367 Call 941-627-6200

POOL HOME!


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carpet & paint. Like new. Move in ready.
Fast close. All bedrooms have walk in
closets. Four sliders. Pool bath. Great
neighborhood. $144,900
Open House Sat/Sun 10 to 2pm
941-456-9674
Jerry Saxe
Keller Williams Realty

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13752 Long Lake Lane (Riverwood) -
SO MUCH TO OFFER (GOLFER OR
NOT)! '02, 2400 SF 3-way split plan 4/3/
2 w/waterfall saltwater pool overlooking
3rd green. It's unbeatable at $379,900.
S ,/A Patty Gillespie
raW RV A4r REALTOR, GRI, SRES, e-PRO, CSSS
ANCHOR REALTY 941-875-2755


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PUNTA GORDA
55+ Gated, 50x26 Palm Harbor
2/2 split, all new roof over & new
appliances. Ceramic floors, lanai &
9 shed. Fully furnished. $79,900.
l941-627-4860 or 905-627-3835.


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UDOUBLE LUT - Nearly 2U,UU00 q. rt. Ur Lana!
4/2/2, 2318 Sq. Ft. Pool Home. Gas Range w/
Gourmet Kitchen, Granite. Maple Wood Cabi-
nets, Stainless Appliances & MORE! $237,000.


? ANCHOR REALTY
SvWl Cthatte,gt m Samtat & DtoW Conts


Deborah & Dick
Miller Team
941-662-9900


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GUILD, TN. - 2200 sq. ft. 3/2, 3
car, 1 acre, built 2000. Great room
with stonewall, large loft, views of
TN. River, Nickajack Lake/
Mountains. Reduced $253,500.
941-485-2030
40316AR rfWY


GAINESVILLE AREA
16 ACRE GETAWAY
Furnished, Cabin, LOW
TAXES, Beautiful old oaks.
$199,000 - OBO

402382 941-697-1885


1425 PINE ISLAND CT., PUNTA GORDA
Unique location overlooking Sunset
Lake. Sailboat access, beautiful views,
open floor plan. Oversized garage, 2
master suites, 3 baths, pool & more.
$539,000 941-380-0639 402377


3525 ROSEAU DR., PGI
.A quality huilt home in a prestigious location. Sec.
12 in PGI oilers upscale hoImes with cxccllent boating
access (no .1. , .. Charlotte Harbor This flue
home is only II ........ , ou Ponlce and ihas wonderful
water views. Features incl. the manibloc water sys..
newer A/C, root, cage and more, $479,000. Call
Karcn today!
paren to ay Karen Tammen, Realtor, GRI
1 M/ O 800-445-6560
Harbor Realty cell: 941-380-0639
Harbor Realty Email: karent@remax.net


PORT CHARLOTTE -
FSBO, 3/2, 1400 SF. CHA,
Fireplace, Storage, Huge
Yard. Great curb appeal.
$109K/obo. 941-639-8497..,03o


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VENICE - Very desirable 55+
com., 2/1 mobile home, fully
furnished and well maintained
with roof over, large glass lanai,
Carport and storage room.
7$13,900 OBO 941-493-0019


BURNT STORE ISLES
Waterfront 4/3/2, FR, LR,
DR, gourmet kitchen, htd.
pool, boat lift, owner fin.
Lease purch. 941-505-0808
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1249 ALTON RD., PORT CHARLOTTE -
2000 SF 3/2/2 lovingly maintained freshwater
canal-front overlooking Audubon Park
Peninsula. Gorgeous sunsets! Bird-watchers
paradise! Public water! Great location! No bet-
ter buy for your toney - just $149,900!
Sa GG" I Patty Gillespie ,
S-- - -- REALTOR, GRI, SRES, e.RO, SSS
ANCHOR REALTY 941-875-2755









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Sleepi.ng" Var' up 3nj ,.-ich irhiN . gr,7al
opportunity! Punta Gorda Isles sailboat
access condo. 3308 Purple Martin #131...
3/2 with over 1800 sq. ft.: fantastic kitchen
with granite countertops; top floor end unit
with its own dock. Ready to move in with a
motivated seller. Just reduced to $249,000
Karen Tammen, Realtor, GRI
Harbfor Rat 800-445-6560
Harbor Realty cell: 941-380-0639
SnEmail: karent @remax.net

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NORTH PORT - 5258 Butterfly Ln
3/2 on DOUBLE lot, 1349sf. Large
shade trees, new carpet & tile.
Detached shop/shed. Lease pur-
chase available. $109,900.
402390 941-224-6031


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PUNTA GORDA ISLES
Waterfront Townhome/Villa.
Beautiful 3/2.5, 2400', dock s/b
Access. 3800 Bal Harbor #213.
FSBO $339K
941-637-8224

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CUSTOM, BUILT 1200sf Apt,
Pool/Spa, 4 stall barn, 3 car gar,
workshop, two 60' RV/Boat. Room
to build dream home. $329k/obo.
#f 1000608
TURNER REALTY
Laura Nelson 863-990-2700










North Port - Never Lived In
I All the bells & whistles!
1944 sq. ft. 3/2/2/ granite counter
tops, lots, of upgrades. $162,900.
K K VlW Deborah & Dick
ANCHOR REALTY Miller Team
Serving Charlotte, Sarasota 941-662-9900
& DeSoto Counties

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Erij.:., I t i- , , er '. . :ro i I ;,a I-.:I t.:e ,:iai glide
by from your deck overlooking Alligator Creek
and the nature preserve. Furnished 2/2 with flat-
screen TV & computer, no deed restrictions, city
water, utility shed. Just minutes to the Harbor
and Gulf. All this for just $195,000
WI M,, AVMarianne Liliy
(CDPE, CRS, GRI SRES
941-764-755 - illYM@IComcast.net
it www.WaterfrontHomeBuyer.rom
Harbor Realty orhtt//mll.remx.om











1348 SEA HORSE CT., PGI
Large 4/2/2, greatroom, gulf access,
completely renovated, granite, stainless
appliances, Jenn-Aire cook top, storm
shutters, heated pool. $419,900
'SS ,c/4u /Harry Rowe
- IW # X 941-457-0508
ANCHORREALTY www.PGILiving.com
of Marina Park


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3313 SUNET I INLY bfDU rUN IA lGRUUA
$410,000
Sweeping panoramic water views
overlooking the main channel with *****
amenities 11 miles to the Gulf.
Allison James Estates and Home
941-286-9647
www.ThinkPuntaGorda.com











CHARLOTTE HARBOR
3BR/2BA/CP ground floor, lake view,
great location, close to everything. Small
quiet complex, low monthly fee. Heated
caged pool with hot tub. Furniture neg.
$149,900
402113 (941) 743-4127

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BRADENTON, PERIDIA GOLF & COUNTRY
CLUB - 55+ community, gorgeous condo,
2/2/1, ground floor directly on the lake.
Furnished and newly decorated. Walking
distance to club house, golf, tennis and
pools. 20 minutes to airport. $190K. Call
941-467-4254. LEASE OPT/SALE.
402118

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PUNTA GORDA
3/2/2, 2,165 sf, 'river view, boat slip,
large wrap around porch, 24 hr. access
control w/gated community, 3 pools,
fitness area, Lease Option at $1300/mo.
402389 941-286-5245

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PUNTA GORDA
3/2/2 1960 sf, beautiful county home,
sailboat canal, concrete seawall/dock,
elec. lift. Hurricane shutters, split
plan, in good area. $298,000.
o 678-463-9873

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


PORT CHARLOTTE. Cedar Woods,
2/2, $65K. Just painted. Lovely complex
near shopping yet private. Call me about
the owner financing avail.
Nickie Sherwood
Professional Realty of SW FL
941-628-3396


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NORTH PORT
REDUCED TO $57K. 1385
s.f., Pool, 2/2 Turnkey.
Updated, furnished, all appli-
ances. Detached carport.
402363

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4/2/4 split ranch 3000 total sq. ft. Pool,
sunken living room, family room with
fireplace, utility room, kolar hot water.
Detached 24'x36' garage with upstairs
workshop, 12'xl2' shed.
Reduced to $375,000.
941-474-4011









PUNTA GORDA ISLES
SECLUDED BEAUTY!
2160 VIA VENICE COURT
3/2.5/2 w/pool, 138' on seawall w/2
docks, 10,000 Ib lift, power boat water,
Cath ceilings, pocket sliders, French
doors, cultured marble, Roman tub &
shower in Master bath. Beautiful,
Turnkey. $399,000.941-575-8803 40


PUNTA GORDA - 55+ GOLF COURSE
Many upgrades.
10x20 golf cart garage.
On a comer lot.
Lots of large trees.
Extra nice - A must see!
Priced to sell @ $123,900
402110 By Owner 941-639-5554


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PUNTA GORDA 3/2/2 water-
front new home. Shell Creek.
Next to private parks etc. Poss.
ownerr fin. $149,000. 941-626-
12898.


235 Rotonda Blvd., W-Bldg. C-Unit #201
This is a must see property! A designer decorated condomin-
ium in 2009 with features that include granite in the kitchen,
the masterbath and vanity. Backsplash with glass tiles, new
carpet and kitchen cabinets finish the look. No expense was
spared. Corner unit. Blinds/shades, ceiling fan(s), smoke
alarmi(s), stone counters, walk-in closet, great ....... . I,
ceramic tile, mature landscaping, patio/porch -.. I. -.
ing doors, deed restrictions, community pool, maintenance
free, pets not pennitted. $.2,0(f. Reduced to $109,000.
ELAINE MARTIN
FISHERMEN VILLAGE REALTY LLC
Cell 941-661-4800 402119

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PORT CHARLOTTE. Serene
saltwaterfront 3/2/2 home w/dock,
seawall, boatlift, gulf access. Many
upgrades. $289,900.
s WMW( Rick Cochran
ALLIANCE 941-456-0738
N _ RickCochan.com

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PORT. CHARLOTTE
3/2/2 built in 2004, 1700 SF,
Northview St. $169,900


941-629-3446


VE-NII: ICLSLANU, GUOnRGUUS
Custom built 2008 pool home.
3/2.5/3 3100 sq. ft. 2 blocks to
beach.- Gourmet cherry kitchen,
outdoor kitchen, granite counters
throughout. Private yard. $895K
4,02126 941-375-8462


ENGLEWOOD, FSBO
3/2/3 in Sluh.muck Shores. 2,000
sq. ft. living area. Close to shop-
ping, beaches & schools. H/O fees
$35. Builders cost only/lot free.
Investors only. $289,900.
Call for details. 239-269-8173
402179


PUNTA GORDA
Earn 8%+ return. 2 leased homes
on 17 1.39 ac. $169,900.
W REM * John Bockin
Harbor Realty 941-833-4216


VENICE - Turnkey 2Bdr, 2Ba.
Downtown area. 44 ft.
saltwater, dock, deck. 29
SHatchett Crk Rd. $169/OBO.
941-387-4485o


ENGEWODWATRFON


235 Fields Terr., SE - Direct
sailboat access, BIG 3/2/2, all tile,
Jacuzzi, stainless kitchen, lanai,
2034 sq. ft under air, 3,263 sq. ft.
total 100' seawall, dock & lift.
!$375K.
(239) 464-3185


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Just finished 3/2/2, 2026 U/A. High
ceilings, island kitchen, granite
counters, stainless appl., crown
molding, custom his/hers master
'-bath, a must see $173,000. Rotonda
sSands, call 941-626-6746.


VENICE ISLAND Model con-
dition. Newer 3BR/3BA built in
2000. 10 ft. ceilings, brand new
kitchen with granite and stainless,
tile roof, gated community
$398,900. 232-9081
Signature Sotheby's International


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Bank Owned! Great opportunity to own waterfront
property. Southern exposure off the lanai has great Peace
River views. This unit has never been occupied. Solid
wood cabinets, stone counters, unfurnished, walk-in
closet, great room, living/dining room combo, open plan,
volume ceilings, carpet, ceramic tile, balcony/sun deck,
mature landscaping, hot tub/spa, sliding doors, trees/
landscaped, community pool, elevators, fees required,
gated community, maintenance free, pets permitted,
waterfront complex. $185,000
ELAINE MARTIN
FISHERMEN VILLAGE REALTY LLC
Cell 941-661-4800 402145


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PORT CHARLOTTE 2/1/1. Move in cond.
Beautiful trees surrounding this neat home in
quiet area, newly painted in & out. New carpet-
ing. Perfect home for retirees, investors, snow-
birds or 1 st-time home buyers located near shop-
ping and highways. MUST BE SEEN. $62,900.
Anne Fillion
COCONUT BAY REALTY
S 941-257-8592 or 421-8345


Elegant 3/2/3. Huge Paver Brick
Deck with Dramatic pool & Spa!
Backs up to Nature Preserve.
Maintenance FREE! Country Club
Life Style at its Finest! Only
$495,000
402152 941-493-7447 Owner/Broker

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New construction. 2400 S.F., fresh water
canal, stone floors & shower, central vac.,.
jacuzzi tub in master bath, upgraded elec-
trical pkg., surround sound 42" flat
screen TV, ceiling fans' in all rooms.
$179,900 OBO.
941-457-4887

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VENICE - BAY INDIES
Lovely adult comm.
908 Freeport West
Beautiful 3BR/2BA/2CG,
approx. 1500 sf. Immaculate.
Ready to move in! REDUCED
TO $69,900
402133 517-392-6379


2/2/1, built 2005, lotal SF 1776,
upgraded cabinets, solid surface coun-
tertops in kitchen & both baths, all
appliances including washer and dryer,
well kept complex with pool, seven
miles to Englewood Beach, 347-B
Boundary Blvd. $136,500.
o1021n 574-229-1317

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PUNTA GORDA - BSI - Stunning 2,050
SF, 3/2/1 + Study, Pool, Spa and Boat
Lift. Direct Access to Gulf. $290K. 55+
@ 3530 Mondovi Ct. #112. Open most
Sunday 1:00 to 3:00 or by appoint-
ment. Call 626-5812. E-mail:
01royal@gmail.com 402142









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SOUTH VENICE
140 Maness Rd.
US 41 W. on Alligator,
1st Lt, 1st Rt corner. Financing @
$129K or rent at $800/mo.
Renovated 2/1 on large corner lot.
402362









PORT CHARLOTTE
Tastefully remodeled 3/2 filla,
new floors, plumbing fixtures, SS
appliances, cherry wood cabinets,
3 walk-in closets, large tiled gar-
den lanai. $99,000
Call 941-625-8051
402149


5 acres zoned AG, fenced &
cleared, 28x64 1800 sf, 24x20


metal garage.
$187,500


941-624-0275


402153 ,

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3266 Zoratoa Ave., North Port. 2000 SF
3/2/2 pool home on lushly landscaped lot
and a half, just a few minutes from all
amenities. Fenced. Gas appliances. Whole-
house generator. A give-away at $179,900!
; Ml W Patty Gillespie
I ANCHOR R E ALTOR, GRI. SRES, e-PRO, CSSS
V I ANCHOR REALTY 941-875-2755


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totally updated inm U! INotling to do but move
in (furnishings negotiable)! 2 BIG bedrooms, 2
baths, 2-car garage, 10x12 utility shed w/clec.
& AC, fenced yard, hurricane shutters, close to
all amenities. Motivated seller.
$84,500. 2091 Hanson St., Port Charlotte.
' DWMAW Patty Gillespie
SREALTOR, GRI, SRIS, e-PRO, CSS
ANCHOR REALTY Re-Max Anchor Realty
S941-.875-2755


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PORT CHARLOTTE - Sailboat direct
access, seawall lift, 5557 sq. ft. 4/3.2/
3, executive kitchen, cherry cabinets,
wood/porcelain tile floors, Coran, 4
fireplaces, spa. $599k.
Judi Hill 941-457-3687
hillfl@comcast.net


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ROTONDA WEST POOL HOME -
4/2/2 - Gorgeous kitchen, granite
countertops, SS appliances. Near
beaches and golf courses. $189,900
Call Anne Fillion
Coconut Bay Realty, LLC at
941-421-8345










5010 Southern Pine Circle,
Southwood, Venice. Your Dream
Home. 3/2/2 w/pool. Minutes,
from beaches and shopping.
- ,, - Exit Realty Gulf Coast
Susan Daniels
941-204-0596

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PORT CHARLOTTE $199,900
Saltwater front, POOL fantastic, pano-
ramic view. REDUCED! Sale! Sale!
Must sign P.S. by 4/25/10. 2-3 bed, 2 baths,
garage and lots more. Must see inside and
out. Was $249,000, get $8,000 back. Call
for details.
941-391-6040 or 401-578-5222
402150

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'06 Palm Harbor, luxurious 3/2/2,
1920 SF. Sunroom with wet bar &
refrigerator. 55+ park. Pool, club-
house, lake view. Wind zone 3
rated. $139,900. 941-204-0387 or
941-204-2847 402127

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ROTONDA WEST 8100 MEMORY LANE
2007 2/2 1270 sq. ft. condo, short distance
to schools, shopping, golf, beaches and
Boca Grande. Lrg walk-in closets and stor-
age. Heated pool, tennis, clubhouse, cov-
ered parking, low maintenance fees, turnkey
furnished. $79,900.
Tall Pines Realty,
Jeremy T. Jones
941-628-5027

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4098 LA COSTA ISLAND CT.
2,375 sq. ft. under air. 3/2/2+ workshop. Built 2004.
30 ft. heated sports pool w/Krystal Crete finish. Spa
w/waterfall & fountain. Outdoor kitchen, deep sail-
boat water - dock & lift. Tubes in walls pest control.
Central vacuum. Factory tinted glass, 13 ft. ceilings,
Ig. designer kitchen w/granite. Imported Italian por-
celain tile throughout liv. area.Lg. laundry w/cabi-
nets. $699,000. THIS HOME IS FOR THE
DISCRIMINATING BUYER - UPGRADES


ABOUND EVERYWHERE 941-639-6044


402140


AI CLULUNY runiN, lUrrFLu R I
PUNTA GORDA PENTHOUSE
Saltwaterfront
8 large windows on top floor with fabulous
mile long saltwater views. Top quality
hardwood & tile floors. Garage/dock avail-
able. 1800SF. $550,000. See to make offer.
402144 Tel. owner @ 941-639-3222

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VENICE - 1988 FRANKLIN
PARK model. Exc. condition,
furniture, enclosed. $12,000
-Beautiful campground w/full
amenities. Call 941-493-6618



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ENGLEWOOD/ROTONDA
3/2/2 Canal Front home! All new
flooring. Great buy at $129,000.
Tarpon Coast Realty
Call Ron McGuire
941-223-4781


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PLACIDA HAS IT ALL!
3/2, 1st floor end unit with a view.
PRIVATE BEACH. $399,000
Call Bea Bulwan
Pineapple Gulf Properties
941-350-1470


NORTH PORT - Immaculate
2005 3/2/2 + den, 2700 sq. ft.
Many new upgrades, including
granite work tops. $169K
402135 941-286-6223








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JETTY VILLAS, VENICE. Seldom avail-
able 2/2, handicap accessible villa,
beach, pool, patio with beautiful water-
way/bay views & private hot tub, redes-
igned kitchen, vaulted ceiling w/play loft,
unique indoor/outdoor flowing design.
Reduced - $389,900 o
www.jettyvilla.com * 941-320-5152 |

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ARCADIA
4/2 triple wide, carport/shed, lanai &
2nd driveway, covered walkways,
indoor laundry, tile floors, many
extras! Excellent condition! Sunrise
Mobile Home Park 55 Plus. $89,500.
863-558-2689 4021631

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2BR/1BA. Newly remodeled, all new
appliances, furnished, move in condition.
Ridgewood Park, off Venice Ave. & U.S.
41. 55+ Fun Clubhouse with parties &
activities, pool. Walk to supermarket &
shops. Only 5 minutes to gulf beaches.
o 203-912-6006


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2BR/1.5BA, End Unit.
1023 Cooper St. 55+ Comm.
Beach Manor Villa, furn. or
unfurnished.
F 941-483-4889

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VENICE ISLE BOATING
COMMUNITY 55+ 2BR/2BA,
new floors. Furnished & well
maintained. $108,900
941-697-4472
1402156

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488 EAST SHADE DR.
VENICE GARDENS
Move right in! Lovely 2/2 split entry
home on canal. New carpet & AC.
Solar heated, caged pool, spacious
family room, Florida room w/glass
sliders, 2 car garage and much more.
$168,500.
$o160 941-928-5598










VENICE 4BR/3BA/2CG
Pelican Pointe Catalina model
on 24th fairway comes w/buyers
home warranty. $529,000.
Kari A. Battaglia PA,
402164 Coldwell Banker 941-270-1851

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ROTONDA - JUST REDUCED
Beautiful furnished 3/2/2 on
canal, new air, fireplace,
lanai, central vac, fruit trees,
lots of extras. $275,500.
402116













nis. Dock w/access to intercoastal.
Just Reduced! $625,000
402171 941-697-4416

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S. VENICE - By owner beautiful
Key.West style 4/2.5/4 remodeled.
Upscale neighborhood. Close to
,beaches. Extra 80x100 lot. No
� Realtors. $239,000. 941-244-0116


PRIC REDCED


PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/2, 2,030 sq. ft.
living area, waterfront, sailboat access,
dock and boatlift, metal roof, heated pool,
stainless steel appliances, granite
countertops, tile throughout, walking
closets, circle drive, family room,
landscaping, covered lanai. Reduced to
,$450,000
941-889-7882


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-iegani '4B1, wJ, 2.5 ur% w/
heated POOL on oversized cul-de-
sac lot in gated community 'PEBBLE
CREEK'. Included in this exquisitely
designed home is a gourmet kitchen
w/granite counter tops, aquarium
window, fireplace & the list goes on!
.Offered by
PROFESSIONAL REALTY
941-625-1339

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VENICE, Very desirable 55+
community, 2/2, like new, 2004
Palm Harbor, approx. 1250� sf,
wind zone 3 rated, all drywall,
cathedral ceilings, ceramic tile in
kitchen and bath, very nicely
furnished $79,900 OBO
402172 941-493-0019

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Live and, work in this renovated 2/2 Placida Rd
home with a 700+ SF Garage, on commercially
zoned (CI) property. Perfect for a commercial
business including retail - professional -
automotive repair/sales - workout center/gym/
physical therapy - beauty salon/spa or home
office/home business. Only $99K.
Call Dave 941-483-0000
402158 www.businesspage.us/3370


PUNTA GORDA ISLES
3/2/2 w/pool, close to Ponce de Leon
Park, good fishing, sailboat canal,
close to harbor, dock & lift, tile
throughout. $360,000. 941-286-3411
402162

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PUNTA GORDA - BLUE HERON
PINES. 55+ Comm. Beautiful 3/2,
GOLF COURSE COMMUNITY.
_Was $89,000. Sell for $64,000.
941-626-5035


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,VENICE BLUE HERON POND
Off Venice Ave.
265 Grey Wing Ct. 3BR/2BA/2CG
with custom built pool. Like brand
new. Built 2005. Furniture neg.
$299,500. 941-480-0634

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ENGLEl\OOD 3BR/3BA/3CG in
Boca Royale w/open floor plan.
Located on the 17th fairway with all
upgrades buyers are looking for!
Gourmet kitchen, tray ceilings.
$595,000.
Karl A. Battaglia PA,
402174 Coldwell Banker 941-270-1851

LOVELCOUTR ST RM


Lovely courtyard style home in the only gated
community on Venice Island. This 1,930 sq. ft.
home features 3BR including a private casita for
your guests, teenagers or in-laws plus 3 full baths
and a 1,000 sq. ft. paver brick courtyard. Only
blocks to gulf beaches and downtown Venice,
maintenance free living, private clubhouse, pool,
tennis courts and gym. For Sale by Owner
$429,900. Call (941) 488-4045. Brokers welcome.


POUKRT CHARLOTTE, 1337 LONGUNU ST.
3/2 never lived in. Great room floor
plan. 1653 sf, tile floors, granite tops,
close to ball park & mall. $139,900
Please call Mike at
Murdock Realty 941-204-7032
MLS#C7005376


3.7 acres, 3,889 A.C. Sq. Ft., gour-
met chef's kitchen, 4BR/3.5BA,
brick fireplace, den, DR, great
room, huge lanai/pool. 6 car garage.
2610 Firetree Ln. You will not find a
better value! $449,000
941-484-1198


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3/2 END UNIT
With covered parking & htd pool! Located on the ICW
& only 10 mins to the Gulf by boat. Tie your boat at
the Day Dock. Walk downtown for shopping & restau-
rants. Ride your bikes on ICW or to the beach. This
condo looks just like a model home, It has over
$35,000 in extras, All tile floors, granite counter tops,
central vac and much more. $579,000
Venice Real Lou Sauppe
| Estate Company 941-650-9481

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PORT CHARLOTTE- 2/2/2, irrigation,
security system, crown molding, new wood-
work throughout, Corbel's, 18"x,18" chiseled
edge porcelain tile throughout. New roof, A/
C, appliances, ceiling fans, brass hardware
& exterior lights. A real nice home with
island colors. $89,900 239-287-7011
402176


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