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David Sherman, architectural
advisory board chair; John Pat-
ten, web designer and city blog-
ger; and Homer "Bud" Lefebvre,
a former business executive who
currently runs his own head-
hunter service, round out the
field for Seat No. 1.
On two key issues facing the
city, candidates were of similar
mind against consolidation of
police dispatch service with the
county, and not in support of a
millage increase except as a last
resort.
We asked a few more ques-
tions of the candidates in
face-to-face interviews. (Patten


declined to attend but later re-
sponded by email.) Here's what
they had to say.
1.Why are you more qualified
than the other candidates?
Anderson: My accounting
and insurance background will
allow me to dig a little deeper.
I'm a moderate, but a fiscal
conservative.
Lefebvre: No matter how they
dress it up, they're not quali-
fied. I have 17 years' experience
with Rustoleum as a regional
manager in sales and market-
ing, and 17 years as an executive
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By GREG GILES
NEWS EDITOR

Tom Slaughter, general man-
ager of development services
with the city ofVenice, resigned
effective Friday. He had been
placed on paid administrative
leave two weeks ago following
an investigation into sleeping
on the job.
He received an oral reprimand
for that on Aug. 24 and a written
reprimand a day later for being
verbally abusive to one of his
RESIGNS | 11


By GREG GILES
NEWS EDITOR

Tuesday is Election Day in the
city ofVenice.
Residents willbe asked to
weigh in on a referendum ques-
tion that determines whether
council member may participate
in the city health insurance pro-
gram at their own expense, and
elect members to two council
seats.
Council Member Kit McKeon
is running unopposed for Seat
No. 2.
Seat No. 1, being vacated by
three-term council member


John Moore, who term-limited
out, has four candidates in a
race that has drawn compara-
tively low voter interest after the
last several elections. Sparsely
attended candidate forums
were typical over the past two
months.


Three of four candidates en-
tered the nonpartisan race late.
Don Anderson, a retired
insurance executive, who helped
force the health insurance ques-
tion onto the ballot, announced
in July, the rest just prior to the
September filing deadline.


By CAROL SAKOWITZ
STAFF WRITER

The rustic surroundings that
make up the Myakka State
Forest are being readied for
exploration Saturday as part of
the state Division of Forestry's
75th anniversary.
The forestry service's
diamond anniversary has
been celebrated throughout
the state, beginning in April
at the state's first state forest,
Pine Log State Forest in the
Panhandle, according to Lorna
Radcliffe, the public informa-
tion specialist for the state
forestry service.
l\lakka's o en house will take
place from 1() a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday at 2()()( River Road,
North Port.
Senior forester Tom~illiams
sid rently le doesntth kow

celebration, but the staff plans
to be ready based on pair of
10K races held at the forest.
The ranger station will be the
starting point for visitors, with
the equipment shed the site for
displays.
Among the activities planned
for that day are an antique
tractor show, with machinery
donated by John Cole of Engle-
wood; a tree planting; fire-pre-
vention programs and a nearby
controlled burn; swamp buggy
tours on the forest's North
and South loops; Trail Riders
Round-up horseback riding;
and guided tours. Food vendors
also will be available.
Pine seedlings willbe given
away during the celebration,
Radcliffee said. She said there will


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SUN PHOTO BY CAROL SAKOWITZ, csakowitz@sun-herald.com
The sign at 2000 River Road for the entrance to the Myakka State Forest. The forest will be the site of a celebration
by the state Division of Forestry Saturday, marking its 75th anniversary.


be interactive games for children.
"It willbe a good day for fam-
ily," she said.
The forestry service is aslang
visitors to bring one nonper-
ishable food item per person
in lieu of the customary $2
admission to the forest.1Vil-
liams said all proceeds will be
divided between North Port and
Englewood agencies.
Although both have "Myakka"
as part of their name, the forest
and the Myakka River State


Park located about five miles
upstream are almost oppo-
sites. The purpose of the park's
passive and active programs
is to show visitors the state's
diverse natural and cultural
sites, according to the state For-
est Service website. The forest's
mission, according to a poster
pinned up in the ranger station,
is to protect people "from the
dangers of wildland fire and
manage the forest resources ...
to assure they are available for


future generations."
Last year, according tolvil-
liams, about 8,000 people vis-
ited the state forest. In contrast,
the state park attracted about
30,000.
Campers who want a more
rustic experience may not find
a better site than the 8,593-
acre forest, where the camp-
sites are listed as "primitive."
For instance, one campsite can

FORESTS |11


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EDITOR

Technically, Gulf Coast Com-
munity Foundation doesn't own
any land. But Gulf Coast Strate-
gic Investments, a supporting
organization, does.
The holdings include a home
someone left in a will, a medical
property in Englewood and two
major packages in North Venice,
one of which was supposed to
become The Bridges.
The Bridges was envisioned

LAND |11


By GREG GILES
NEWS EDITOR

Eight months of negotiations
over the annexation of the
Princeton-Laurel property in
North Venice may have boiled
down to two words "con-
tiguous" and "compact."
Final changes to a joint
planning agreement amend-
ment regarding the annexation
between Sarasota County, the


city ofVenice and Sorrento
Ranches resident Bob Burrus,
who also serves on the county
planning commission, were
agreed to just days ago.
The agreement, once
adopted, paves the way for
construction of a long-awaited
Publix supermarket on Laurel
Road west of Interstate 75.
On Oct. 28, county Planning
Services Director Thomas Polk
signed off on language crafted


by city planners but asked to
re-insert two more-stringent
standards for annexation -
contiguity and compactness.
The city agreed to the
change and so did Burrus.
County commissioners were
concerned that not having
those terms could "possibly
limit the county's ability to
contest some annexations
in the future," Polk said in a
memo to city Planning Admin-


istrator Chad Minor.
The interlocal agreement
is amended whenever an an-
nexation occurs, to reset the
service boundary between the
city and county.
Burrus had threatened to sue
the city if it didn't accept JPA
language for Princeton-Laurel
property he helped cratt. At a
council meeting Mayor John

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Robinson is right. In 2015 we are going to
have to make some really hard decisions. But
Commissioner Barbetta is right too.
Kathy Bolam of Venice, author of a pro-
posed charter amendment against public
funding of nonprofit organizations, said
13 of the 18 active members of the Human
Services Advisory Council, which helps com-
missioners pick contract recipients, are from
North County, "so there is not a balance of
representatives. Most of the recipients, again,
also are from North County. ... I would sug-
gest that some of those things be altered."
Representatives of the Family Network on
Disabilities of Manatee/Sarasota showed up
at the meeting because the HSAC had denied
their request for $12,500 for respite services.
Parent Alyssa Perry of North Port said the
respite program provides "those little breaks
... I did not have anyone else."
Commissioners heard their appeal and
awarded the organization a $5,000 contract,
with Robinson and Chair Nora Patterson
dissenting.
Email: escott@sun-herald.com


The Florida Center for Early Childhood Inc.,
$665,000
Forty Ca rrots of Sarasota Inc., $53,000
Girls Incorporated of Sarasota County, $33,000
Jewish Family and Children's Service of
Sarasota-Manatee Inc., $298,000
Laurel Civic Association Inc., $85,000
Loveland Center Inc., $75,000
Lutheran Services Florida Inc., $15,000
$1Me Ia Health Community Centers Inc.,
Pines of Sarasota Inc, $33,000
Reai sanc Manor In. 54,700

Sarasota Family YMCA Inc., $214,000
Senior Friendship Centers Inc., $340,000
South County Family YMCA Inc., $70,000
Suncoast Center for Independent Living
Inc., $19,500
United Cerebral Palsy of Sarasota-Manatee
Inc., $8,000
Women's Resource Center of Sarasota
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approves human

Services contracts

By ED SCOTT
STAFF WRITER
The South County Family YMCA requested
$75,000 and received $70,000 for its school-
age care program as part of the Sarasota
County Commission's annual contracted
human services program.
Among the other South County-based
recipients of the $4.8 million in total funds
countywide were the Laurel Civic Association
($85,000) and the Loveland Center ($75,000).
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota County,
which includes Venice, received $174,000.
WVhile administrators at the 30 organizations
and agencies that received the funding appreci-
ate the contracts for services, during these diffi-
cult economic times, one county commissioner
voted against funding the entire program.
Christine Robinson said she understands
"the dynamics" of many of the organizations'
with which she has come into contact as a
commissioner and prosecutor during the
pas 1 years.
"Each and every one of them is impor-
tant," Robinson said. "However, I believe that
we are taking a glide path in this county as
to cutting our budget with services that we
are providing, such as libraries and parks.
I believe we need to start taking that glide
path in Health and Human Services, because
we're going to fall off the cliff in 2015.
"We need to rearrange, reprioritize and
take in mind that in 2015 we may not see this
money anymore, and I think we need to start
restructuring accordingly."
Interim Chief Financial Planning Officer
Steve Botelho said a shortfall of $25 million is
projected for fiscal year 2014-15, and conser-
vative estimates show there will be no remain-
ing fund balance available to mitigate it,
"While I understand and appreciate the fis-
cal conservatism, my theory has always been,
'But for these programs, we'd be spending a
heck of a lot more money in this community
to solve the problems that they address,"'"
countered Commissioner Joe Barbetta.
Commissioner Carolyn Mason, a former
employee of Habitat for Humanity Sarasota,
which was not funded by the commission,
and The Salvation Army, which received
$50,000 for emergency financial assistance,
said the funding program "is needed from
where I sit in the community. Commissioner


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SaAl aihs Foo Ba In. 55,000
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast
Inc., $110,000
Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota County Inc.,

$1Child00Protection Center Inc., $217,000
Children First Inc., $365,185
Coastal Behavioral Healthcare Inc., $80,000
Community AIDS Network Inc., $365,000
Community Center for the Deaf and Hard
of Hearing of Manatee/5arasota Inc., $35,000
Community Haven for Adults and Children
with Disabilities Inc., $162,500
Community Youth Development, $280,000
Early Learning Coalition of Sarasota County
Inc., $613,750
Family Network on Disabilities of Manatee/
Sarasota Inc., $5,000
First Step of Sarasota Inc., $210,300


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SUN NEWSPAPERS 3A


the causes of our national
afflictions and diminished
financial security, and face
the current rhetoric that
frequently condemns the
public sector," Reid wrote
in the September/Octo-
ber 2011 issue of Quality
Cities, a publication of the
Florida League of Cities.
The article also appeared
in other publications.
"I continue to feel an
undiminished pride in
working as a professional
in local government," he
wrote to other administra-
tors in the article. "I know
that my jurisdiction, like
the ones many of you work
for, has a brighter econom-
ic future and is a kinder and
gentle place because of the
personal investment and
labor of public employees."
Reid manages 858 em-


ployees and a $318 million
total budget. In a cover let-
ter to Mercer, Reid called
the prospect of managing
a larger organization like
Sarasota County (2,000
employees, $869 million
budget) an "irresistible"
opportunity.
Reid looks at Alachua
and counts among its
achievements that "the
natural beauty of our
countryside remains intact
and protected, and our
economy is rebounding."
In a phone call Tuesday,
he also said the Alachua
County library system
won a national award,
presented annually to only
five library systems.
"The collaboration and
work of many people
makes these community
achievements possible -



Congiress
The wealthiest member
of Congress, according to
Roll Call, is Rep. Michael
McCaul, R-Texas, who
is worth an estimated
$294.21 million.


people in both the private
and public sectors," Reid
wrote in the article. "It is
folly to think that only the
private sector strives for
obtainment of excellence or
causes our communities to
achieve it. The role of public
employees and the value
of public service are vital to
our republic and the suc-
cess of our communities."
Government employees,
Reid wrote, serve three
vital roles, as the provider
of public goods, protector
of the "commons," and
promoter of a civic life es-
sential to our communities.

correction
An amount on an incorrectly
filed G1 financial statement
on behalf of cou ncilI candidate
John Patten, later amended,
was mistakenly added to his
G2 financial statement, which
resulted in the Gondolier
reporting a donation of $1,000
by an unnamed contributor
aovdt se 5500 CLtoa it nd on
his reports were personal loans,
not campaign-related iems.
The Gondolier regrets the error.


By ED SCOTT
STAFF WRITER

The Mercer Group, an
executive search firm,
has narrowed the field of
applicants for the Sarasota
County administrator po-
sition from 45 to eight.
County commissioners
will go over the candi-
dates' rdsumis publicly
and narrow the field to the
top three to five Tuesday.
"I'm looking forward
to reviewing the Mercer
Group's semifinalists and
comparing them to my
notes about the appli-
cants," Commissioner
Christine Robinson said.
Morale among Sara-
sota County employees
was low after the arrest of
co-worker Rodney Jones
in March in a multijurisdic-


Eric R. Johnson; West Palm Beach
City Administrator Ed Mitchell;
Alachua County Manager Randall H.
Reid; Augusta, Ga., Administrator
Frederick Lee Russell; and former
Longboat Key Town Manager Bruce
St. Denis.

ing in an era of "dynamic
global economics, stormy
political discourse and a
crisis of confidence in our
public institutions," writes
Reid, the semifinalist who
has been county man-
ager in Alachua County
(Gainesville) since 1999.
Reid drew on a signifi-
cant event in the nation's
history to express his
respect for public service.
"Memories of the
Sept. 11 (2001) sacrifices
of public servants have
faded as we bitterly debate


FROM THE
BRADENTON HERALD

Determining an exact
figure is impossible from
public disclosure reports,
but Roll Call magazine
has estimated that U.S.
Rep. Vern Buchanan is
worth $44.2 million, mak-
ing him the 10th wealthi-
est member of Congress.
That's down from
Buchanan's eighth-place
showing in 2010, when he
was worth $55.47 million,
according to Roll Call.
The best observers can
do is estimate a con-


gressman's or senator's
Wealth because they are
required to report their
assets and liabilities only
in broad ranges. Roll Call
determines a bottom-
line amount by taking
the minimum value of
a member's assets and
subtracting the minimum
value of the liabilities.
How Buchanan's esti-
mated wealth dropped
by 20 percent was not
clear, but Roll Call noted
that Buchanan reported
selling off three of his six
auto dealerships two
in Port Richey and one in


Venice in 2010, claim-
ing losses on each of the
sales.
Buchanan, R-Sarasota,
also wrote off at least
$1.5 million in loans to
former business part-
ner Sam Kazran, a key
figure in investigations
of Buchanan's campaign
financing activities.
An auto dealership that
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for illegally reimbursing
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Buchanan still has signifi-
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Randy Groce
Randy Joel Groce
passed awaylvednesday
night, Nov. 2, 2011, after
a short battle with can-
cer. He was 57.
Randy was bomn April l9,
1954, in Berwyn, Ill. He
grew up in Lisle, Ill., where
he graduated from Lisle
Senior High Schoolin
1972. Randy attended
technical school and
became an auto mechanic.
He worked in the Lisle area
for many years before mov-
ing to Chesaning, Mich. He
worked at Machine Tool &
Gear in Corunna, Mich.,
on the transmission
assembly line.
He was the son of Sam
and Alma (Lightle) Groce
and brother to Larry and
Kevin Groce.
Randy liked to fish and
loved music, especially
the oldies and particularly
Elvis. He was a great cook
- the spicier, the better
- and loved sharing his
culinary creations with
others. Randy was loving
and generous of heart and
spirit, always willing to
help others.
Besides his mother, he
is survived by his brothers
Larry (Linda) Groce and
Kevin (Janet) Groce, and
a host of nieces, nephews,
aunts, uncles and cousins,
including Brooky Brown, of
Venice, who will miss him
every day of their lives.
His father, Sam Groce,
Preceded in him death.
Services: A celebration
of life service willbe held
Saturday Nov. 5, at 11 a.m.
at Dickerson Funeral
Home, 303 N. Main St.,
Veedersburg, Ind. Inter-
ment will be in Rocldield
Cemetery.
Contributions: In lieu
of flowers, donations
may be made to the
American Lung Associa-
tion National Headquar-
ters, 1301 Pennsylvania
Ave. N.1V, Suite 800,
Washington DC 20004 or
www.1ungusa.org.


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Lori, David, Susan and
Sharon. Mr. Hanna was
preceded in death by his
brothers, James and Earl,
and sister, Jean.
Services: A celebra-
tion of Bob's life was
held at 11 a.m. Friday,
Nov. 4, in the chapel at
Farley Funeral Home,
Venice, Fla. His remains
will be laid to rest on
the family property in
Pennsylvania. He will
be greatly missed by all
who knew and loved
him. To send condo-
lences, visit www.farley
funeralhome.com.
Contributions: In lieu
of flowers, the Hanna
family requests memo-
rial donations be made
to Tidelvell Hospice Inc.,
5955 Rand Blvd., Sara-
sata, FL 34238.

James F. Lawlor

James E Lawlor, age 75,
of Venice, Fla., formerly


of Fair Lawn, N.J., passed
on Thursday, Nov. 3,
2011.
He was born Sept. 28,
1935, to Frank and Mary
Lawlor in New York City,
where he lived until mov-
ing to Fair Lawn, then
moving to Venice in 1993.
Jim is survived by his
loving wife of 50 years,
Janet (nee Hayward); and
his four children, Janet A.
of Clifton, Terri Kolodziej
and her husband, Ken, of
Dumont, Steven and his
wife, Ronit, of Demar-
est, and Patrick of Los
Angeles, Calif. Jim is the
cherished grandfather
to his "Five Angels,"
Katie, Kelly and Karli
Kolodziej and Arielle and
Rachel Lawlor. Jim is also
survived by his brother
Francis (Frank) Lawlor of
South Carolina.
Before retiring, he was
a member of IUEC Local
1 and worked for Otis
Elevators. He served as


a volunteer firefighter
for the Fair Lawn Fire
Department and had
the honor of serving as
captain of Fire House 4.
Jim was a member of the
Elks Club for more than
40 years.1Vhile in Florida
he was a Keystone Kop
with the Shriners.
Services: A memo-
rial service will be held
Saturday, Nov. 12, at
2 p.m. at Good Shepherd
Episcopal Church, 1115
Center Road, Venice.
Contributions: In lieu
of flowers, send dona-
tions to Venice Firefight-
ers Benevolent Fund,
P.O. Box 1316, Venice FL
34384-1316.

Georg e L. Mills
George L. Mills, 65,
ofVenice, Fla., died
Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011.
George was born
in Staten Island, N.Y.,
Sept. 16, 1946, to G~eorge


and Catherine Mills.
He graduated from St.
Mary's High School in
Perth Amboy, N.J., in
1964. He was the proud
owner of RGT Auto
Wholesale Inc. and
worked most of his life in
the auto industry.
He is survived by his
wife of 34 years, Donna,
ofVenice; son, Timothy,
of Tampa, Fla.; daughter,
Jaime Barber, of Venice;
brother, James of San
Diego, Calif.; sisters
Noreen Bennett of San
Diego, Calif., and Sheila
Lambert ofl~hiting, N.J.;
a granddaughter, Addi-
son, ofVenice; and step-
granddaughter Maggie,
of Tampa.
services: services will
be held Saturday, Nov. 5,
at Ewing Funeral Home,
with visitation at 3 p.m.,
and a memorial service
following at 4 p.m.

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*Bradley Boyer, 47, 1000
block Capri Isles Blvd.,
Venice. Charge: violation
of probation (petit theft).
Bond: none.


POLICE BEAT
lhe information for Police Beat is gathered
from police, sheriff's office, Florida
Highway Patrol, jailand #re records. Not
every arrestleads to conviction. Guiltis
determined by the court system.

Charges: nine counts of
fraud (concealing infor-
mation to obtain prescrip-
tions). Bond: $13,500.
*Somvert At, 29, 4300
block Mercury Road,
Venice. Charges: trespass-
ing, violation of probation
(violation of domestic
violent protection injunc-
tion), contempt (violation
of domestic violence pro-
tection injunction). Bond:
$250 on the trespassing
charge, $1,500 on the vio-
lation of probation charge,
none on the contempt
charge.
*Adrian Sky Rogers, 21,
700 block Nectar Road,
Venice. Charge: DUI.
Bond: $500.
Michelle Jennifer
Olsansky, 20, 200 block East
Seminole Drive, Venice.
Charge: DUI. Bond: $500.


*Robert~arren
Chambers, 43, 100 block
Cipriani Court, Nokomis.
Charges: four counts of
violation of probation
(two counts of deposit-
ing a check with intent
to defraud, two counts of
forgery). Bond: none.
*Christina Marie
Moran, 31, 100 block Pine
Ave., Osprey. Charge: vio-
lation of probation (petit
theft third conviction).
Bond: none.
ack Anthony Court-
ney, 22, 300 block Citrus
Ave., Nokomis. Charge:
violation of probation
(grand theft, two counts of
uttering a forged instru-
ment). Bond: none.
*William DavidVolz,
23, 300 block Gulf Breeze
Blvd., Venice. Charge: DUI.
Bond: $500.
Darrell Elwood Sar-
gent, 50, 9000 block South
Tamiami Trail, Venice.
Charge: out-of-county
warrant (Pinellas County
- writ of attachment for
nonsupport). Bond: $550.
*Anthony Dean Watson,


21, 200 block N. Park
Blvd., Venice. Charges:
two counts of violation of
probation (six counts of
burglary). Bond: none.


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4 Juneu 12 951. Some ofthefiounding members: Mary York, Mrs. RBedCk
lillianloseph, Mrs. Charles ~cGee Roberts, Lucile8/lalock andE//en ~cGowan.

COMMUNITY FINANCIAL IMPACT:
During the year 2010 we continued to o erate the
Eleplut~nt's Trulnk. Lifeline Medical Alert Ser-
vice, the Hospital's Korner
Gift Shoppe, Rialto Kiosk,
and numerous other spe-
cial events as fund raising
..activities. The HVV is a
Non-Profit Corporation and
returns all profits back to
the community in the form
of Grants and Donations.
Following is a list of this
past year's recipients:


Volunteers of
Venice (HVV)
began in 1951
as an aux liary arm
of the Vemice Hospital.
now the Venice Recional
Medical Center. Its earliest ~
members were aI.lcific and
interested wome~n. m~nu itn
tem te wives atf phi 1-


cians or local business~-
men. Through the !c'rs 4
the HVV grew, in numbehrs -
and impact, as it a~ssumed ) l
increasing responsibility in '
serving the hospital's staff,
patients and families mn
the community.

COMMUNITY SERVICE
PHILOSOPHY AND IMPACT:
The HVV's mission is to
'support The Venice
Regional Medical Center,
~ The Health park and Venice
-Community with
f Bernice Dubrow, 31 Years of Service copsinadddcto
to all those who are in distress of mind or
body.
Today the HVV is 600 volunteer members
strong. We serve more than 40 departments
within the Hospital and Venice HealthPark, as
greeters, receptiomists, patient escorts, couriers,
surgical patient transporters, Lifeline Installers,
gift shop attendants, Elephant's Trunk Thrift
Store assistants, patient advocates, and more.
Our volunteers bring to this task a lifetime of
accumulated skills and knowledge.


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1851 THRU SEPT 2011 = $7.8 million
Grants: 2010 thru Sept 2011
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Paatient Newspapers 23,384
Indigent Perscriptions 8,061
Valet Parking 210,000
Scholarships 83,795
Patient Heart Pillows 11,000
Tidewell Telehealth program 3,800
Senior Friendship Center 1,100
Our Mothers House 1,100
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DEATHS
FROM PAGE 4

Gladys I. Patterson
Gladys Irene (Rubin)
Patterson, age 88, of Noko-
mis, Fla., formerly of Greig,
N.Y., went to
her eternal
home on Fri-
day, Oct. 28,
.2011.
SShe was
~born Dec. 30,
1922, in De-
troit, Mich.,
the daughter of Max R. and
Rose Levine Rubin.
After her mother's death
when Gladys was a young
child, she was raised by
her father and beloved
stepmother, Margaret
Schwindinger Rubin. She
graduated from Syracuse
University and taught mu-
sic in the Glenfield, N.Y.,
school for a few years until
she left teaching temporar-
ily to raise her children.
She later returned to teach
kindergarten for another 27
years before retiring from
the South Lewis School
District in New York.
Gladys was a faith-
ful member of and the
organist for Greig United
Methodist Church for
many years before moving
to Nokomis in 1994. She
was a 4-H leader in the
Glenfield-Greig (N.Y.) area
for several years, during
which she taught many
young women cooking,
sewing, gtarden laned

sh wsa aso sae meebr of
several quilting guilds in
both northern New York
and in South Sarasota
County after moving to
Florida. She sang in both
the Spanish Lakes Mobile
Home Park Chorus and
the chorus of~renice-
Nokomis United Method-
ist Church in Nokomis,
where she was also a
member and constituent
of the United Methodist
Women. Her love of music
was used to glorify the

Lor loevn hus of
44 years, R. Eugene Pat-
terson Sr., preceded her in

deth a didbdher younger


Nokomis, Joy acoeE. Stots
and husband, Rbert fof
Newarke, N.YRe. and Edwn
A. Patterson r and wife,Ci-
dyr, of Greig .Yas well ,
as eve lovigarR graendchl-

dwren, Jerey and Zachary

Patterson, Heather and
Laurel Green, Timothy
Stotts and Bethany Stotts
Hendershot (John), Justin
Szucs (Casey); and a great-
grandchild, Felicity Claire
Szucs. She is also survived
by two devoted siblings'
her older brother, Lionel
C. Rubin of Princeton,
N.J., and her younger
sister, Charlotte Foley of
Palm Harbor, Fla.; along
wih several loving cous
Her ready smile and quick
wit will be sorely missed
by one and all.
Services: A memorial
celebration of Gladys' life
will be held at 3:30 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 13, at Venice-
Nokomis United Method-
ist Church, 208 Palm Ave.,
Nokomis, followed by an-
other celebration at 2 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 19, at Greig
United Methodist Church
in Greig, N.Y. Her ashes
will later be interred next
to her beloved husband
in Glendale Cemetery
in Glenfield, N.Y. Farley
Funeral Home, Venice'


is handling the arrange-
ments locally. To send
condolences, visit www.
farleyfuneralhome.com.
Cotiuioss yInlieusof
sending memorial dona-
tions to Venice-Nokomis
Methodist Church or to
Tide~ell Hospice in Venice.
Memorial gifts in NewYork
may be sent to the Greig
United Methodist Church
or to a favorite charity.


Venice Police
Department arrestS
*Adam Tyrone Williams,
19, 4000 blockW. 20th St.,
Bradenton. Charges: rob-
bery, theft from a person
65 or older. Bond: $21,500.
*Bernard McKenzie Jr.,
20, 1100 block E. 63rd Ave.,
Bradenton. Charges: rob-
bery by sudden snatching
without a weapon, theft
from a person 65 or older.
Bond: $3,000.

Sarasota
County Sheriff'S
Office arrests
*Brandon B. Cyr, 18,
5300 block Layton Drive,
Venice. Charge: contempt
(burglary of an unoc-
cupied dwelling). Bond:
none.
Betsy Walsh, 46, 40
block W Oak St., Osprey.
Charge: violation of
probation (DUI). Bond:
$2,500.
*Craig Michael
Siringer, 1100 block
Vermeer Drive, Nokomis.
Charge: unarmed bur-
glary of an unoccupied
structure. Bond: $10,000.
*Nicolas Robert
Barienbrock, 30, 400 block
North Jackson Road,
Venice. Charge: violation
of probation (possession
of controlled substance
without a prescription).
Bond: none.
Christopher Jason
Carter, 44, 3800 block
Woodmere Park Blvd.
Venice. Charge: violation
rcorobina edpos eson
Bond: none.Lnsy

Hobart, 27, 200 block
Glen Oak Road, Venice.


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the one-time cultural
tourism advertising fund
that resulted from the
demise of the Festival
of Firsts, plus $15,000 in
other marketing funds,
the SCVB partnered
with area organizations,
which spent $76,000 on
ads. A few organizations
that were not able to be
a part of the SCVB media
buy purchased space in
the special section as
well.
The result is "Celebrate
Sarasota: Art. Culture.
Entertainment," a
48-page spread an ar-
ticle plus ads marketing
nearly 30 organizations
- to be published in the
November issue of US
Airways magazine (www.


together and it focused
just on arts and culture,"
Bates said. "It was an
adventure, and I think
everyone was excited
about seeing it in print,
because it is such a
big piece on arts and
culture."
The SCVB had editorial
control over four pages
in the magazine, where
it promoted the county
in general. Writer Nancy
Oakley concentrated
on the beaches, Venice,
performing arts and state
parks, among other at-
tractions. She describes
North Port as an area
that boasts an impres-
sive Ukrainian popula-
tion and performing arts
center, and mentions the


Englewood Art Center.
One notable omission
from the article is the
Warm Mineral Springs
Day Spa, which attracts
tens of thousands of
guests each year and was
purchased by Sarasota
County and the city
of North Port last year
for $5.5 million. Bates
said she does not know
why the day spa did not
participate in the project,
but "We don't see it as
an oversight. We tried to
represent every area that
we could."
Day spa General
Manager Gene Vaccaro
could not be reached for
comment Thursday, but
one city commissioner
was not pleased.


"It's reminiscent of
what has happened in
the past," said David
Garofalo, who is also a
member of the county
Tourist Development
Council. "We can point
very recently to a county
commission decision
(Wednesday) that gives
a majority of contracts
to North County social
service agencies.
"We have a lot of work
to do at Warm Mineral
Springs, but a mention
of it in an article paid for
with county funds would
have been appropriate.
I'm shocked. Not to men-
tion it at all is a slap in
the face."

Email: escott@sun-herald.com


usairwaysmag.com),
which reaches about
3 million reclining read-
ers. Nine other area non-
arts and culture organi-
zations bought ads in the
issue but outside of
the special section as
well.
"It's written like an edi-
torial but each page was
purchased," said Lynn
Hobeck Bates, SCVB cul-
tural and international
tourism sales manager.
"We had control over all
of the content, or each
organization that bought
into this had control over
their part of it." The writ-
ers were chosen by US
Airways.
"We had so many
organizations pulling


Brentwood, Glenallen,
Tuttle, Gocio, Wilkinson
and Emma E. Booker
elementary schools in
Sarasota, along with
Booker Middle School,
also in Sarasota. The
funds will be used for
intensive instructions
targeted areas and after-
school tutoring for the
students, and to provide
professional develop-
ment opportunities to
teachers. Parent involve-
ment activities will also
be provided, including
Family Literacy Nights


and Parent Leadership
Development seminars.
The other grant, for
$20,527 and funded
by the Community
Foundation of Sarasota,
will supply education
and equipment for sci-
ence programs through-
out the county. Funds
from the grant will also
go toward bringing in a
specialist to train science
teachers in inquiry-based
science, and to create a
science fair database.
The after-school
programs green-lighted


by the board offer an on-
the-job training program
at Macy's and a veterinary
assisting program at Dr.
Don's Mobile Vet Service
in Nokomis, The Humane
Society of Sarasota
County, Big Cat Habitat
and Gulf Coast Sanctuary,
Clark Road Animal Clinic
and Ashton Animal
Clinic, all in Sarasota,
and The Humane Society
of Manatee County and
Bayshore Animal Hospital
Inc. in Bradenton.
School Board Member
Jane Goodwin, at


Tuesday's meeting, sup-
ported the after-school
programs as opportuni-
ties for Sarasota County
students to get real-
life experience in the
working world.
"That's a really impor-
tant aspect to our com-
munity," Goodwin said
of the Macy's program.
"Kids really need to find
jobs as we're coming up
to the holiday season. It's
a really good opportunity
for our students to work
their way up the ladder,
sharpen their customer


service skills, and under-
stand what retailing is all
about."
Goodwin said that the
veterinary internships
will promote unique ca-
reer prospects for county
students as well.
"They might want to
become a veterinarian or
a vet tech, which is also
a very marketable skill,"
she said. "It's a wonderful
opportunity."
For more informa-
tion about the after-
school programs, call
941-927-9000.


IN THE CRCFUI DOUR F THE
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
SOUTH COUNTY
CASE NO.: 2011-DR-007994-SC
IN RE: THE MATTER OF THE
TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS OR
THE PROPOSED
ADOPTION OF A MINOR CHILD.
M. R


NIOTNCAE FNPOUBLECATIO AAN OF PETI-
TO TERMINATE PARENTAL RIGHTS
PENDING ADOPTION
To: Romeo Romero
Lstd Kown Addore:M 297 dThomas
Any and All Unknown Fatheris)
Addresses Unknown

Respondent Romeo Romero Is a Hispan-

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thoeac, rasota, tFhler rk34231abnod ile
styled court on or before December 5
2011, otherwise a judgment may be '
entered against you for the relief
demanded In the Petition. A Petition to
Terminate Parental Rights Pending Adop-
tlon has bee tit\ t Theeremwnl tbea hear

Rights Pending Adoption on December
12, 2011, at 9:00 a.m., before Judge
Robert McDonald, at the R. L. Anderson
Administration Building, 4000 South
Tamlaml Trall, Venice, Florida 34283.
The Court has set aside five minutes for
this hearing.
UNDER SECTION 63.087(6), FLORIDA
STATUTES, FAILURE TO TIMELY FILE A
WRITTEN RESPONSE TO THIS NOTICE
AND THE PETITION WITH THE COURT
AND TO APPEAR AT THIS HEARING CON-
STITUTES GROUNDS UPON WHICH THE
COURT SHALL END ANY PARENTAL
RIGHTS YOU MAY HAVE OR ASSERT
REGARDING THE MINOR CHILD.
PARA TRADUCCION DE ESTE FORMULA-
RIO AL ESPANOL LLAME A LA OFICINA DE
INTERPRETES DE LA CORTE, AL 941-
861-7800.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of said
Court on this 2nd day of November,
2011
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By:G. Kopinsky
Publication Dates:
November 5, 12, 19, 26,2011


the personal representative and the per
sonal 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.
otAll hte ce tor oclahesdeceddentad
against decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTLCLE.CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BNROETDWITHSTANDING THE TIME
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Attorneys for Personal
Representative:
W. KEVIN RUSSELL, Esq.
W. KEVIN RUSSELL, P.A.
Florida Bar No. 398462
14295 South Tamlaml Traill
Nee% hoe ( 413)4422971871
E-Mall: kevin~wkevinrussell.com
PUBLISH: October 29, November 5,
2011

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
VIRGINIA S. GRADY
A/K/A
VIRGINIA ANN GRADY,
Deceased,
File No. 2011-CP-3849-SC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of VIR-
GINIA S. GRADY
A/K/A
VIRGINIA ANN GRADY, deceased,
whose date of death was AUGUST 27,
2011; File Number 2011-CP-3849-
SC, Is pending In the Circuit Court for
SARASOTA County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which Is 4000
South Tamiami Trail, Venice, Florida
34293. The names and addresses of
the personal representative and the per
sonal representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against the 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
aante decdn' et te mut Fl ter


FRSIC PUBLICATION OF THIS
ALL CklAMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH INSEC-
TION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO-
BAEDCODE WILL BE FOREVER
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERI-
OD 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
PsNvm erP s~oal Representative:
BARBARA GRADY
92 Persian Lilac Drive


Etters, PA 17319
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
MARK W. MAZZEO
Florida Bar No. 119350
4140 Woodmere Park Blvd., Suite 4
Venice, FL 34293
Telephone: (941)-408-8555
PUBLISH: November 5, 12, 2011

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOHN P LODWIG
Deceased.
File No. 2011CP 388Sn
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
tOHN Pdl.ODWIG, duenceased, whose d


The names and addreses of the person-
Ihsescia dn urit da5etr nad xxx
rsem~s haend ngd msth orclema C o mr a
copy ofthi onotce is reqirda tro be Dll
serv te ad mu st fil t ihe cl Ims wit tis
CATION POF THIS NOTIC OaR30DAY F


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ohrpersons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate mus fie her a
clais wth Wthis cour WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DTIE OF THE FIRST PUBLl-
CATION OF THES NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS
NOTIED ITI THE TAEOFSRIME PIODS
SETY OFOTHI INSETICON 733M.70 F


NOWITHSTADN wt h cu WTHEN TIMEPIODTS

SET FORTH ANY SCLAIM FAILED TO ()


YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECE-
DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
Notice Is November 5, 2011
Personal Represntative:
Sunita Lodwig
c/o Murray Kanetsky, Esq.
P.O. Box 1767
Venice, FL 34284-1767
KANETSKY MOORE &
DeBOER, P.A., Attorneys at Law
Attorneys for Personal Representatue:
227 S. Nokomis Ave.
P. O. Box 1767
Venice, FL 34284-1767
Telephone: (941) 485-1571
Florida Bar No. 041192
Publish: November 5, 12, 2011

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR SARA-
SOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ANNE LOFARO
D casd '
ecaeFile No. 2011-CP-3201-SC

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MICHAEL D. SHANE
Deceased.
File No.2011 CP 004053NC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
MICHAEL D.
sHAN deemebaesred28whos date of coa
social security number Is XXX-XX-2593
Is pending In the Circuit Court for Sara-
sota County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which Is Post Office Box
3079, Sara ot Fleosrida 3230 jnhe
Representative and the Personal Repre-
sentative's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other erdseonesd hng tlatms or dehrands

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Telephone: (941) 366-2608
Florida Bar #938823
Publish: November 5, 12, 2011

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MICHAEL D. WILLARD
Deceased.
File No.
2011-DCP-00381 -NC

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
MICHAEL D. WILLARD,deceased,
wosle date 0dideatht ws SepCetbr 9,
Sarasota County Florida, Probate Divl-
slon, the address of which Is P.O. Box
3079, Sarasota, FL 34230. The
names and addresses of the personal
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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
BNROETDWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CmLAM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
NoTheeld t o efirst publictlon of this
Personal Representative:
Joseph S. EIluzzi
59 Sunset Dr.
Patterson, NY 12563

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2011


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA

IENVEYNES. TPEARETT
Deceased.
File No.
2011-CP-003930-NC
Division: Probate
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
EVELYN M. PARRETT,deceased, whose
date of death was September 5
2011,is pending In the Circuit Court for
Sarasota County Florida, Probate Divl-
slon, the address of which Is P.O. Box
3079, Sarasota, FL 34230. The
names and addresses of the personal
representatives and the personal repre-
sentative'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
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CmLAM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
O F D E A T H IS B A R R ae onn t


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Vele FL 34285
Telne one: (941) 488-7751
Florida Bar No.0281220
PUBLISH: October 29, November
5, 2011


IN THE CIC TUCOUVR FOR ASARA-


IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROBERT W. BROWN,
Deceased,
File No. 2011-CP-3925-SC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
ROBERT W. BROWN, deceased, whose
date of death was October 9, 2011,
and whose social security number Is xxx-
xx-xxxx, Is pending In the Circuit Court for
Sarasota Cunty,s Forlda cPhrobsate40Dlv
South Tamiami Trail, Venice, FL
34293. The names and addresses of


County takes flight in US Airways magazine


By ED SCOTT
STAFF WRITER

On a US Airways flight
in August, Sarasota
resident and arts sup-
porter Harry Leopold
noticed an extensive
advertorial package
about Greensboro, N.C.,
in the airline's in-flight
magazine. Leopold took
the idea back to the
Sarasota Convention &
Visitors Bureau, which
decided to pay to have
an article about arts and
culture in the county
published in the maga-
zine, complete with
advertisements promot-
ing Sarasota County
organizations.
Using $41,500 from


School board OKs grants, after-school programs


By STEVEN J. SMITH
SUN CORRESPONDENT

The Sarasota County
School Board has
unanimously approved
two grants and two
after-school programs
to improve the learning
experience and provide
employment opportuni-
ties for county students.
One grant, under
the Title I School
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SUN NEWSPAPERS 7A


By ED SCOTT
STAFF WRITER

While politicians and
other officials work with
the property owner to
resolve problems caused
by a struggling sewer
system, life at Myakka
Mobile Home Court went
on as usual recently, with
residents cleaning their
front porches, helping
neighbors load heavy
equipment on trucks and
leaning shirtless against
their cars to have a smoke.
The park's peaceful
appearance belies the
economic difficulties
encountered by many of
its residents and the real-
ity that it one day may be
closed.
Gary Elsdon, 53, a resi-
dent of the park for two
months, said he is living
there until next year.
The former construction
superintendent who "got
caught up in the housing
collapse" said the sewer
problem that resulted
in the park receiving a
consent order from the
state Department of En-
vironmental Protection
in 2006 is not an issue.
"It's not the sewer. It's
the water," Elsdon said.
"The water is not drink-
able here. It's got a lot
of minerals and other
things in it. I have to get
bottled water to drink."
The 73-unit park is
home to more than 100
people. Located near the
intersection of U.S. 41
and River Road, it has
both a sewer plant and a
water plant. While city of
North Port and Sarasota
County officials work on
a solution to keep the
park operable with at
least one city commis-
sioner believing closure
may be necessary -
Elsdon said it's important
that the park stay open.
"The economy is so
bad right now," he said.


SUN PHOTO BY ED SCOTT

Bob Rolling, 79, a resident of Myakka Mobile Home Court near
North Port for about 15 years, says he's never had a problem
with the park's sewer system, but he doesn't drink the water.


"It's fairly inexpensive to
live here. It's fairly quiet
here. It's centrally located
to a lot of things. I was
living in Sarasota before,
but this is a good place to
live for now."
Down the street, Bar-
bara Gray said she also
drinks bottled water. She
said she didn't so much
move to Sarasota County
on Aug. 1, as away from
Miami. She pays $400 a
month to rent a space for
her manufactured home.
"I haven't met Elio
(Covelli), the owner, but
apparently he's a pretty
decent guy," said Gray, 66,
who retired after setting
up trade shows for 30
years. "He's doing the best
he can. I don't want to see
him harmed. I don't want
to see this park fail. I just
bought this (trailer). If it
fails, then what do we do?"
Under one proposal to
save the park, the county
may initiate a municipal
services benefits unit,
through which Covelli
would pay back about
$240,000 for improve-
ments to the water and
sewer systems over 20
years.
"I hope I'm not close at
all (to closing the park),"
said Covelli, 68. "I don't


know what they have in
mind, but I'm hoping to
get this worked out and
keep the place open."
Covelli added that
since the Myakka River
Trading Company con-
venience store nearby
(which the park's sewer
plant also serves) closed
in March 2010, the park
has experienced no prob-
lems with sewer.
Still, "I wish to God they
could get the work going
and have a budget in
the county to set this up,
because it is a shame,"
Gray said. "I'm concerned
about the well-being
of all of us here, if they
try and jack our rent up
any more. We're barely
making it, all of us. Most
of them are on disability.
They are older people."
One is Bob Rolling, 79,
a park resident for about
15 years and a retired
construction worker, who
said he has never had a
problem with sewer al-
though, like the others, he
does not drink the water.
"Government is con-
cerned about everything
because they need some-
thing to do," Rolling said.
"That's my opinion.

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SUN NEWSPAPERS


f reading
council meetings and a lot of 6-1 votes,
partly because we dod't see anyone on
council of like mind and partly because
we dod't see Patten as a consensus
builder.
He bills himself as the real slow-
growth candidate, so proposals for
development are highly unlikely to find
favor with him. Ve think he would try
to get rid of Bob Anderson and he is
on record as opposing making Nancy
Woodley the city manager, something
council nearly did earlier this year.
Sherman appears to be the candidate
who's more popular in the business
community. As a business owner and a
contractor, he'd generally be in favor of
promoting growth but it's not clear what
breaks he might agree to in pursuit of it.
We're skeptical that, for example, cutting
impact fees really boosts home building.
Like Anderson, Sherman has targeted
a city department for review; in his case
it's the building department, which
he says needs to be more consumer
friendly. He said it needs to be com-
pletely revamped, which tells us he has
an agenda and raises the question of
how involved he thinks a council mem-
ber should be in city departments -
especially a council member who thinks
council already micromanages.
We recommend Sherman as the more
moderate and balanced candidate.1Ve
also recommend a "yes" vote on the ref-
erendum on city council participation
in the city's health-care insurance plan.


City Council seats next Tuesday
and the only certainty is that Kit
McKeon will win one of them.
McKeon, an incumbent, is unop-
posed in his pursuit of a second term.
Sometimes that's evidence of frustration
with the political system but in his case
it's clearly a sign that the voters think
he's doing a good job, and he is. Four
people decided to compete for an open
seat rather than take him on, which was
a smart decision.
The four men hoping to replace John
Moore Don Anderson, Bud Lefebvre,
John Patten and Dave Sherman are
a diverse group whose time in Venice,
education and work experience, and
civic involvement are quite varied. After
interviewing Anderson, Lefebvre and
Sherman (Patten declined the offer),
we could see the qualities each would
bring to council. And we also got a
glimpse into what their priorities would
be and how they would go about trying
to achieve them. Ve're going to share
some of that with you here.
Anderson, who is close with Council
Member Emilio Carlesimo, seems to us
to have a strong conservative streak and
acknowledged having a lot in common
with the Tea Party on economic issues
while being more moderate in others.
Much of what council does, though, is
economics, and almost everything it
does has a price tag.
We think Anderson would always tip


the scale in favor of budget cuts and
lower taxes, and we question whether
he could be persuaded to vote for an
increase in the millage rate in order to
protect vital jobs and services. Ve're
not lobbying for higher taxes, but rais-
ing rates should be on the table at the
outset.
We're convinced that if elected An-
derson would push to fire City Attorney
Bob Anderson, though we don't know
whether he would favor hiring another
outside firm or creating an in-house
staff attorney position. The two Ander-
sons butted heads over the city council
health-care referendum Don Anderson
campaigned for and it turned into a
council campaign issue. He also told us
the city doesn't need its marketing and
communications officer. Other positions
might be on the chopping block as well.
Lefebvre would have the biggest
learning curve if elected, so he might
be kind of quiet at the outset before
starting to hammer at his major issue
- marketing the city to draw more
tourists. More people patronizing local
businesses and considering buying
homes would be a good thing, and
Venice definitely has many attractions
to offer. But it's not a "destination" in the
travel industry sense and wod't be for
a while at least, due to economic and
political issues.
Plus, staging the kind of events
Lefebvre believes would attract tour-
ists takes a lot of money, which is in


short supply and would likely be given
to higher priorities. It wod't be lost on
many voters that the candidate whose
platform is based almost entirely on
marketing has done very little to market
himself.
Lefebvre said government should be
run like a business. We don't know how
hard he'd push that philosophy but it
only works to a point, and that point is
that the government cad't shut down
services just because they dod't make
money. He seems likely to trade services
for keeping tax rates where they are.Ve
think cutting essential services is the
last resort.
Patten, who holds our feet to the fire
for accuracy, has taken words from our
editorial endorsing Sherman out of
context to make it seem as if we said
he scares us because he's smart and
resourceful. Ve like smart and resource-
ful.1Ve dod't like manipulation.
What the editorial actually said was:
" [O]nly Patten has a long history of
involvement in city politics. It's that his-
tory, however; tiat scares us about him."
(our emphasis)
Twisting what we wrote for political
gain makes our point: Patten knows no
boundaries when he's carrying out his
agenda. If you disagree with him you
are at risk of all manner of ill treatment
on his website. He says he's capable of
being a different person on council but
we have our doubts and wouldn't be
surprised to see some very contentious


of service, now is pursuing a
degree in teaching.
"The attitude here is pal-
pable," Stinson said, "The
professors and administration
have a heart for contributing
to the success of others and
the students have a purpose in
their step."
Marc Killam was a petty
officer third class in the U.S.
Navy and also served in the
Army. He had quit school
earlier but said enrolling at
SCF has been well worth the
effort. Killam wants to use
his military-acquired skills
in leadership, teamwork and
organization to fulfill his
new mission of doing well in
classes and helping other SCF
veterans succeed.
These students are among
more than 4()( veterans from
all branches of the military
currently enrolled at SCF col-
legewide. G.I. Joe magazine
named SCF a 2()12 Military
Friendly School and ranked
us in the top 2() percent of
all colleges, universities and
trade schools for nonfinancial
efforts to recruit and retrain
veteran students, our finan-
cial commitment through
tuition and other program
benefits, and academic
accreditations.
When these veterans gradu-
ate from SCF, they will con-
tinue to serve by adding value
to the local economy. They
will enter the workforce carry-
ing both real-life experiences
from the military and current
career training.
Positioned to land well-
paying jobs, they will make
significant contributions to
our tax base. These veterans
will raise the area's level of
educational achievement,
helping to build a more robust
workforce that helps to attract
new businesses,
Author Flora Edwards said,
"In helping others, we shall
help ourselves, for whatever
good we give out completes
the circle and comes back to
us."
Veterans, SCF is proud to
have you continue your life-
long learning and giving with
us. Thank you for the sacrific-
es you have made to support
our nation's freedom.

Darlene WVedler-]olinson
serves as provost (campus
executive officer) at SCF
Venice.


On Veterans Day we have an
opportunity to reflect on the
debt we owe to our American
military personnel. For our
nation's freedoms, our ser-
vicemen and women pay a
dear price some with their
lives. Ve might ask ourselves
how we are giving back to our
active duty personnel and vet-
erans returning home to their
families.
Providing local quality
education hand-in-hand with
veterans support is a power-
ful way for our community
to give back. As provost of
the South Sarasota County
campus of State College of
Florida, Manatee-Sarasota,
it has been my privilege to
get to know many exemplary
veterans taking classes here.
I'm honored to dedicate this
column to them, and, with
their permission, to share a
few of their stories.
Former U.S. Navy Petty Of-
ficer 1st Class Robert Ley is
working on an A.S. business
management degree at SCF
and pulling off a 4.() grade-
point average. He credits
his 11 years' experience as
a military nuclear electron-
ics technician for giving
him confidence to take on
challenges.
"At first I wanted to burn my
way through the curriculum
but SCF professors inspired
me to take my time and enjoy
learning," Ley said.
He added that campus con-
nections are like those in the
military, where everyone is
"one big family."
Army veteran Spc. E4 Jessica
Beattie left school at 17 and
served in the military with her
husband. The self-described
"math geek" has lived in Ven-
ice since she was 5 years old
and is thrilled to find so many
professors who take time to
help students.
Steve Stinson agrees. The
former Marine Corps first ser-
geant, who has 18-plus years


In distress. I'm trying to get
somebody to get Venice Region-
al Medical Center to take down
its American flag. It's flying basi-
cally upside down and has been
like that for a week. I've called
the hospital to tell them to take
it down and it still is not down.
Editor's Note: The flag was
right-side-up but was tattered,
and a part of it was hung up on
the flag pole, making it look as
though it was upside-down.
Move along. I'm going to
remind those who either don't
remember or are unaware that
the left lane when driving is for
passing. Do not drive below
the speed limit in the left lane.
In charge.1Vhy does city hall
rely on Venice MainStreet to
make the rules, asking what it
can't do, what it can do, how to
do this, how to do that look-
ing to Venice MainStreet for
answers. The city gives VMS
$25,()()( a year as a donation,
but Venice MainStreet doesn't
ever come up with what it does
with the $25,()()(. So basically,
Venice MainStreet is running
the city of Venice and all the
businesses. Must be nice.
One yes. I'm going to vote
"yes" on the referendum for
council health-care insurance. I
think we should make city coun-
cil members pay the full cost and
not rely on a taxpayer subsidy.
Politics. My wife and I were
planning to vote on the city
council health insurance
referendum but the last two
editions of the Gondolier, in
articles about what a "yes"
or "no" vote means, made it
more confusing than ever. But
I guess that's politics more
confusion, fewer voters.


Team up. I'd like to talk about
the homeless group that lived off
Jacaranda Boulevard. The article
in the paper said there were 6()
people living there. If that's the
case, they are receiving Social
Security or SSI checks.1Vhere
are they getting their checks? If a
couple of them would combine
their incomes, they certainly
could rent an apartment. I know
it's difficult times and people
have to do what they have to do,
but I do believe that perhaps
they just like living in that kind
of a situation.
Bored. The letters to the edi-
tor column is much too long
and uninteresting. Mayor Holic
is already known as the mayor.
Does he need his picture every
week in the paper, over and
over and over?
Reflection. I'd like to com-
ment on the Sarasota County
Sheriff's sergeant who had
a sexual relationship with a
troubled and abused person
who was arrested for neglect of
her children. Two days with-
out pay seems rather trivial. I
would suggest that his peers
should scrutinize his work eth-
ics very carefully because any
bad behavior reflects back on
the department.
Too little. Are there rules for
the police that would not pass
muster in either the military
or civilian world? The sergeant
only received a four-year note
on the dreaded permanent
record for having sex with a
suspected child abuser. Vell,
that makes me want to puke.
The fellow should be stripped
of his insignia and shown the
door in his bare feet. Do I trust
all the cops? No, I don't.


Have It
One no. My husband and I
are voting "no" on the question
asking whether council mem-
bers should remain eligible
for health insurance benefits.
Mayor Holic and Council
Members Gates and Daniels
campaigned for the elimina-
tion of these benefits. Then,
right after they were elected,
these hypocrites all signed
themselves up for the benefits.
Scope. I believe Venice should
be added back to the original
name of the community foun-
dation. I'd like to have more
transparency with this group.
I'd like to know the names of
the members and the town that
they live in. I don't think we need
these donations outside the
area. It opens up a new avenue
to take the money and give it to
towns outside of the area. Keep
it within our original scope.


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November 12, 2011


WEEKEND EDITION NOVEMBER 5, 2011


SUN NEWSPAPERS 9A


The goal was to vote
Editor:
Had Ed Martin's guest
column on city council
health benefits just of-
fered his thoughts on the
matter, that would have
been his opinion to offer.
However, he seems to
seek to impugn my moti-
vation or actions regard-
ing this referendum.
I take issue with what
many would charac-
terize as a cheap shot
masquerading as an
informed opinion trying
to influence the election
outcome. Unfortunately,
I feel myself compelled
to respond.
1. Mr. Martin is wrong
in his claim that the Voter
Choice! group wanted to
eliminate health cover-
age for council. Voter
Choice! only sought to
give residents the op-
portunity to vote on
what clearly should have
been on the ballot in
2()(3 and 2()(8. If we had
succeeded, voters would
have decided: 1) whether
members should be
eligible for city health
insurance; and 2) how
much it should cost.
Our petition drive
ended months ago when
it appeared council would
address the issue. After
all, why complicate mat-
ters and waste taxpayer
money?
2. City council voted
two meetings ago to dis-
continue the free health
coverage for former city
managers and council
members. They now pay
at the same contribution
rate as current members.
3. The actual wording
was provided by the city
Charter Review Com-
mittee in August, with
a shortened version
approved by city council
at the following meeting.
That language appears
on the November ballot.
A myriad of complex lo-
cal, state and federal laws
complicate this subject
and are in part respon-
sible for an illogical situa-
tion. It is disingenuous to
place the blame for what
Martin sees as the "lesser
of two evils" on a can-
didate one week before
the election and a group
Inme t tgiv~eVene as
the say they are entitled
to under the city charter.

Don Anderson
Venice

.hr i o
a There is non

Editor:
Contrary to what you
might have read or writ-
ten, there is no prohibi-
tion against political
parties getting involved
in nonpartisan elections.
Quite the opposite is true
and always has been.
To write that partisan-
ship has been "hap-
pening subtly for years"


indicates that the writer
has either been sleep-
ing for a few decades or
is writing about a land I
know not where.
There is a huge legal
difference between a
nonpartisan race and
a nonpartisan election.
Venice has nonpartisan
elections.
I researched all of this
many years ago and
every once in a while I
have to educate some-
one on the difference.
A nonpartisan election
means two things and
two things only: No (D)
or (R) appears on the bal-
lot or in ads paid for by
the candidate and there
are no primaries. That's
it. That's all it means.
In the 197()s, Venice
(then a typical Southern,
heavily Democratic town)
did away with partisan
elections for one rea-
son: It saved money by
eliminating primaries in
city council elections. The
political parties stayed
involved and are still
involved, although to a
much lesser extent today.
I don't know anything
about this so-called
"spirit of the law" that
the Gondo wrote about.
I do know that I and the
other candidate who was
accused by the Gondo
and by Dave Sherman of
breaking campaign laws
have both obeyed the let-
ter of the law.


corporation and we need
your help.
Monies collected after
expenses go to various
youth boating programs
with a special emphasis
on the underprivileged.
We have also given to
those in our community
in need of food through
All Faiths Food Bank, as
well as to thelvildlife
Center of Venice and St.
Francis Animal Rescue.
T> me, though, our
mission is our commit-
ment to Venice High
School graduates. Vith
the guidance of Rotary
Futures, we have for the
last six years given schol-
arships for academic
pursuits.
T> sum up: Boaters,
we and the community
need your applications.
Viewers, the youth of this
community need your
donations.
Please help make this
year's parade the most
successful ever,

John Osmulski
Past president
Venice Christmas Boat Parade

Better uses
for the money

Editor:
On the morning of
Nov. 5, local public of-
ficials will be present at a
community celebration
for the brand new Legacy


that I ever see anyone
over 5() using the Legacy
Trail. Most seniors here
don't jog or ride 1()-speed
bikes. For many of them
the most exercise they
get is walking from the
car in the parking lot to
the pharmacy to pick up
their prescriptions.
The needs of senior
taxpayers here are far
greater for local govern-
ment to spend their tax
dollars on other types of
projects than a super lux-
urious bicyclist overpass.
They would like their
tax dollars, for example,
to build more jail space.
Our streets are not safe
for seniors because judg-
es let criminals go free
due to lack of jail space
to keep them in. You read
that some keep on being
arrested for as many as a
dozen times yet they are
still let out on the streets.
Many jail cells could be
built with $13 million in
taxpayer dollars.
I wonder if local of-
ficials will recall that
they constantly keep
complaining that local
government is financially
strapped and needs to
cut services. Yet they find
taxpayer dollars to pay
contractors for little-
needed pet projects such
as Northern Italian-style
bicyclist overpasses,
Voters will do well
to notice the names of
those local officials to be
pictured in papers cut-
ting the ribbon on Nov. 5
and remember those
names at election time.

Nick Catsakis
Nokomis

Editor's Note: Although
still tax dollars, most of
the money for the over-
pass came from federal
stimulus funds.

Teach our children well

Editor:
In teaching children


that guardian angels "are
assigned to guide and
nurture" them ("Cherubs
learn of guardian angels,"
Gondolier, Oct. 8), Epiph-
any Cathedral School is
doing them no favor. I
once knew a little boy
who was so convinced
that his guardian angel
would preserve him from
every danger that he
deliberately indulged in
highly risky stunts, and
eventually one of them
killed him.
T> make children be-
lieve in the literal truth of
such fantasies is not truly
teaching, but pseudo-be-
nevolent religious brain-
washing. It is just one
more fable that they will
have to unlearn if they are
to develop properly pru-
dent behavior and respon-
sibility for themselves.

Barbara Walker
Nokom is

Know them
by their votes
Editor:
A few points for our
senior citizens to digest;
1. Missed your cost-
of-living increase in your
Social Security checks
these past few years? Our
president tried to offset
that with a one-time
stimulus check. Guess
which political party shot
it down? The "No-Nos."
2. Guess which group
of millionaires is fighting
tooth and nail to keep
the Bush tax breaks for
millionaires? The No-No
Party, of course.
3. There is nothing new
to this. Guess how many
No-No Party members
voted for Social Security
and Medicare at their
inception? None. Zilch.
These people do not
have your best interests
at heart.

Jack Aland
Sarasota


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Venc Notwithstanding these
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Editor's Not
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It is extremely rarely


Editor:
Do you realize that
on the first Saturday in
December we will have a
lighted boat parade, grac-
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This year we need boats
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and excitement; it will
take your breath away. Go
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print your application.
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cil of the Blind has
adopted a community
outreach program. Ve
would like to speak to
your club or organi-
zation at one of your
monthly meetings.
Three of our mem-
bers will demonstrate
to your group several
of the standard cour-
tesies when you are
with a blind or visually
impaired person. For
example, what do you
do when you meet up
with a blind or visually
impaired person on the
street?1Ve can show
you what to do when
first making contact
- what to say, what is
the right grasp, how to
cross an intersection,
turn corners and pass
other people.
At gatherings a blind
person will appreci-
ate knowing who is
in the room, where to
be seated and how to
get there. There are
ways to help when in a
restaurant choosing
from a menu, protocols
of serving and also
returning to the car.
We will give you
several tips regarding
guide dogs, white-cane
use just lots of things
that we who are visually
impaired would like
you to know. Ve have
materials to leave with
you for more detailed
knowledge of the ser-
vices to the blind.
Thanks to Lighthouse
of Manasota, there are
applied learning skills
classes in Venice held
on a regular basis.Ve
learn everything from
peena q e- in
keeping and even
gardening. If interested,
call 941-359-1404.
Our community
outreach program
is intended to pass
information on to you
who are sighted. So, if
you are looking for a
program for your next
meeting, why not give
us a call at 941-497-
4262 or email me at the
address below? It'll be
fun. Thank you.

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state representative to
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Substance Abuse and Mental
Health Stakeholders' Consortium
Nov. 7, 1:30 p.m., Room 226,
Health and Human Services,
2200 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota.
Call 941-861-2578
Board of County Commissioners
Nov. 8, 9 a.m., Commission
Chamber, Robert L. Anderson
Administration Center,
4000 S. Tamiami Trail, Venice.
Call 941-861-5344
Live TV and webcast
Board of County Commissioners
Nov. 9, 9 a.m., Commission
Chamber, First Floor,
Administration Center,
1660 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota.
Call 941-861-5344
Live TV and webcast
Board of County Commissioners
Joint Meeting with Longboat Key
Town Council Nov. 7, 1:30 p.m.,
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"Meet and Greet" the candidates
for County Administrator. The
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NOVEMBER 5, 2011 WEEKEND EDITION


New York. The family was
originally from Sri Lanka.
"Coming back to
Englewood wasn't a hard
decision for me," Shana-
ka said. "I had a wonder-
ful childhood here. I had
lots of mentors and great
teachers and always
knew I wanted to come
back and practice here."
Lakshman lives in
Venice, where he does
gardening and photogra-
phy and takes care of his
grandchildren.
Bombay-born Aziz
Juna (short for Junagadh-
walla) works as a pul-
monologist at Venice
Regional Medical Center
and Englewood Com-
munity Hospital. His
daughter Mehnaz Juna
is an oncologist. She
earned a medical degree
outside the U.S. in
Granada before returning
to this area, where she
works for Florida Cancer
Specialists in Englewood
and Venice.
Aziz's son is a doctor in
Atlanta.
"I didn't influence
them," Aziz insisted,
although, he added, "I
wish my son would come
back too."
Aziz has no grand-
children.
"You could say they're
both married to their
careers," he said. "\Ve did
what our parents told us
to do. (My) kids have got
their own way of doing it."

Email: dsanchrez@sun-herald.com


By DANA SANCHEZ
STAFF WRITER

While many parents la-
ment their children leav-
ing small towns for the
big city, a handful of local
doctors inspired off-
spring who left to study
medicine, then returned
to join their dads' private
practices or start their
own.
Older physicians and
their chips off the old block
make a significant contri-
bution to the local medical
community, according to
Sue McNamara, an RN
and community educator
at Doctor's Choice Home
Care.
Dr. Donald E Blem
and his son, Dr. Donald
E. Blem, are one local ex-
ample of two generations
of doctors in one family.
Donald E practiced in
North Port. His brother,
James Blem, practiced in
Englewood.
Donald E, now 50, grew
up in Nokomis, earned


a marketing degree and
working in medical
equipment sales before
developing the confi-
dence and maturity, he
said, to realize he could
"do something different."
At age 33, he went to
medical school.
"Family influence was
significant," Donald E


said. "I saw the lifestyle
those guys had. I was
familiar with it."
Donald E studied at
Lake Erie College of
Osteopathic Medicine
in Pennsylvania. Seven
years of schooling and
internship later, he
earned a degree as a fam-
ily practitioner.
"I enjoyed this area
and wanted to come
back," he said. "The of-
fice and the patient load
was already there."
Donald E worked
with his uncle and with
Dr. Joseph Chirillo Sr.
He now works at the VA
clinic in Port Charlotte.
Shanaka veerasooriya,
37, is one of three
sons who grew up in
Englewood and became
doctors, inspired by
Dad Lakshman "Lucky"
Weerasooriya.
Lakshman is now
retired atter being family
practitioner and patholo-
gist. Shanaka and his
older brother Romesh are
dentists in practice at Art
in Dentistry in Engle-
wood. A third brother is a
pediatrician in Fort Myers.
"For me, dad had
a very big influence,
Shanaka said. "He


Drs. Joseph Chirillo Jr. and Joseph Chirillo Sr.


wanted us to do what we
wanted just to pursue
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6. What grade would
you give city council for
the year (A through F)?
Anderson: B. They've
done a good job.
Lefebvre: B. Council has
done a good job stop-
ping the bleeding. I think
you've got a good board
up there right now.
Patten: D-. Atter the
Sharky's fiasco with the
OIG claiming that the city
is giving the airport away
and the way the (former
city manager) Isaac Turner
situation was handled.
Sherman: C-. Good
job, but too much
micromanagement.
Email: ggiles@venicegondolier.com

reorganization.
He earned $106,620
annually.
Slaughter will receive
six weeks' severance, or
$12,302.40, plus another
$20,000 in accrued vaca-
tion and sick leave.
On three occasions this
year Slaughter donated
sick leave time to his
subordinates 40 hours
of sick leave to two em-
ployees, and 20 hours to
another.

Williams said he wants
to encourage people to
attend the celebration,
calling it "an opportunity
for those who've seen (the
forest) before to see some-
thing new."
For those who have ney-
er seen the Myakka State
Forest, he said, "They'll
find out something in
the area (where) they can
enjoy nature."
Email: csakowitz@sun-herald.com


as chair of the Architec-
tural Review Board and
participated in the city's
Partnering 4 Success. The
others dod't have that city
board experience. They
all come with an agenda.
If I have an agenda, it's
to revamp the building
department to be more
user-friendly.
2. What do you think
are the city's top three pri-
orities for the next year?
Anderson: Continue
progress on the budget,
clarify the role of our city
attorney, finish the com-
prehensive plan.
Lefebvre: Revenue,
revenue, revenue. Attract

a separation agreement
clause that prohibits either
side from commenting on
the matter.
Slaughter was accused
of making inappropriate
jokes and gestures that
some found offensive,
according to a report
dated Oct. 11 and released
Friday.
Previously Slaughter
said some employees don't
appreciate his sense of hu-
mor or managerial style.

that Scouts use.
"The major job is to
keep vegetation cut back
from trails and walk<-
ways," Williams said of
staff. It also means, he
said, planting acres of
land with pine trees for
"harvesting down the
road." Williams said there
have been two timber
harvests already.
Visitors to the forest can
encounter areas reminis-


tourists in the summer-
time so you don't have
to increase taxes or tap
reserves further.
Patten: Hiring a city
manager, city budget and
Sharky's lease compliance
with Office of Inspector
General, and the elephant
in the living room -VPD
and VFD pensions that are
about to break the city's
back.
Sherman: Rebuild the
building department, bal-
ance the budget, stimulate
small business.
3.Would you support
cutting trash pickup from
two days a week to one?
Anderson: No. Older

He also moved statf
around with some regular-
ity, which was perceived
by some as punishment.
Slaughter said he was try-
ing to get statf out of their
comfort zone and routines
to increase productivity.
Others called it retribution.
He was in the chain of
command that ordered
a number of layoffs and
reassignments, which is
the subject of one pending
grievance.

cent of Old Florida. Along
with the longleaf and
slash pines, live oaks and
sabal palms, there was the
undergrowth of palmettos.
There is no cypress within
the forest, although it can
be found in surrounding
areas.
A retention pond be-
hind the ranger station is
home to an alligator, and
various birds can be seen
along the shore, resting


people don't want to worry
about carrying big bags
and collectors will have
heavier loads. There's not
enough savings to justify
(the switch).
Lefebvre: Yes, if it will
save money.
Patten: In support of
looking into it as an op-
tion, not sure it would
actually save any money.
Sherman: Yes.
4. Should the bypass be
widened to six lanes or
improved at four lanes?
Anderson: I don't k~now.
I'd want more input, espe-
cially from businesses.
Lefebvre: Neither. I like
it just the way it is.

Personnel records show
the trouble began about a
year ago approximately
a year after Slaughter was
promoted to a largely
administrative position
overseeing three depart-
ments pummelled by
personnel cuts in the past
few years.
"I never had an interest
in being an administrator,"
Slaughter said Friday.
"I hope this opens up an
opportunity to go back to

in the sun.
"I saw bobcats, (and)
I saw coyotes," Williams
said of his experiences in
the forest. "I haven't seen
panthers, (or) lizards (or)
deer."
He said he's seen "lots
of hogs" and snakes in
the forest.
Williams said visitors to
the forest will be "roughid
it."
"We dod't provide any-


Patten: Possibly neither.
Sherman: Neither. Busi-
nesses will be affected. I
always thought Pinebrook
Avenue should have been
widenedlextended. I just
wouldn't want to see any
roundabouts.
5. What do you think
of the idea of five council
members?
Anderson: Seven. With
vacations and absences, a
five-member board could
lead to quorums of three.
That's not good.
Lefebvre: Five.
Patten: Only with
four-year terms and the
removal of seat numbers.
Sherman: Seven.

where my core strengths
are in urban planning
and development."
According to Alan
Bullock, director of
administrative services,
Slaughter's performance
rated consistently well
over his 13 years with the
city. He was promoted
from planning and zoning
director in August 2009 to
oversee the planning, code
enforcement and build-
ing departments after a

thing (visitors) can do on
their own," he said.
Despite its primitive-
ness, the forest does offer
a half-dozen picnic sites,
complete with a picnic
table and a grill. One site
especially for the handi-
capped has a cement path
that goes from the dirt
road to the picnic area.
The portable restrooms
also are accessible by the
handicapped.


Johnson. Total price:
$9,478,600. The markup
a few months later:
$6,821,400.
The foundation's vision
may have been noble but
its timing turned out to
be faulty. After spending
$7.2 million to make the
project a reality, Hansen
said, the board found


inetor ofalabl
homes with few buy-
ers and tight credit. The
plug was pulled on The
Bridges and the proper-
ties are being held until
their value returns. They
are currently assessed at a
total of $7,530,375 by the
Sarasota County Property
Appraiser's Office.
The foundation's critics
see The Bridges as a failure
because the purchase
took money that should
have gone to grants. It
was never in the plan that
the foundation would go
into the housing business,
they say, and the decision
to do so has left it with a
hugely devalued asset on
its books that likely will
take years and years to
get its value back. In the
meantime, the foundation
is still incurring expenses
for interest, spending even
more money that could


be given to community
organizations.
But owning and dealing
in land has always been
part of the foundation's
articles of incorporation,


according to a response
posted on its website.
Community foundations
are created to be around
forever, Hansen said, so
they take a longer view,


and The Bridges property
- which is a potential
site for a north/south East
Venice Avenue/Laurel
Road connector will
benefit future generations.


Besides, she said, the
board that voted to make
the purchase "were people
elected by those very peo-
ple who are complaining.
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recruiter and business
consultant. I've talked with
and negotiated with all the
top dogs. When it comes
down to city negotiations
(regarding leases) I will be
a tyrant.
Patten: I'm the only
candidate with a degree, a
B.A. with Honors Society;
more experience with city
council; way longer histo-
ry; much better knowledge
of how city hall works.
Sherman: I have ex-
perience on a city board


GSR ESIN
FROM PAGE 1

employees, according to
city records.
Slaughter later said he
had a migraine headache
and lay down underneath
his desk as he was unable
to drive home.
As for the abuse charges,
Slaughter and the city de-
clined to comment, citing


FOSSFREST
FROM PAGE 1

be accessed only by foot
or boat.
The forest is utilized
"quite regularly" by area
Boy Scout troops, Willa-
ms said. At one location,
there is a large round
stone pit surrounded by
benches a fire circle -


LAND
FROM PAGE 1

as a workforce not low-
income housing com-
munity that working fami-
lies could afford. It was to
be walkable, green and
somewhat self-contained


The ln wsp rchaasded
July 1, 2005, for $16.3 mil-
lion from Mark I. Caith-
ness. According to founda-
tion CEO Teri Hansen,
GCCF didn't negotiate the
price, it just stepped into
a contract Caithness had
negotiated with Sarasota
Memorial Hospital.
Caithness had acquired
the property six parcels,
actually within less
than year of selling
them: three parcels the
previous December for
$7,696, 100 from Star Land
Company LLE, a now-
dissolved limited-liability
corporation managed by
SunTrust on behalf of two
trusts; another parcel that
December from Andrea
Moorman, for $750,000; a
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By PERRY D. PENTZ
SPORTs EDITOR

Venice wasn't to be denied a
spot in the playoffs.
The Indians scored on seven
straight possessions, including
six in the first half, as Venice
trounced Braden River, 49-7, in
a Class 7A-District 10 game on
Friday at Braden River.
The Indians claimed the dis-
trict runner-up spot and region-
al quarterfinal game on Nov. 25.
Venice (7-1 overall, 2-1
district) scored on all six pos-
sessions in the first half with
three long drives and three other
drives aided by two intercep-
tions and a fumble recovery.
"The kids did an awesome
job," said Venice coach John
Peacock. "I was a little con-
cerned them looking at Braden
River's record and playing down
but they definitely came out and
did an awesome job tonight.
Offensively, Grant Flessner did
another outstanding job run-
ning the offense. Plays made by
Bobby Osborn and Terry Polk
looked great running the ball.
The Indians wasted little time
in showing dominance on both
sides of the ball.
"WTe set the tone early and let
them know we weren't going
to take this game lightly," said
Peacock.
Venice scored on its opening
possession by driving 69 yards
on 12 plays and chewing up
nearly seven minutes off the
clock. The Indians converted
two third downs and a fourth
down into first downs on the
drive.
Tight end Bobby Osborn
caught a 22-yard touchdown
pass from quarterback Grant
Flessner in front of a defender
with 5:22 left in the first quarter.
It was his sixth TD of the season.
Matias Lambrecht kicked the
first of his seven PATs.
Then in a span of three min-
utes, 30 seconds, the Indians
added two more touchdowns.


SUN PHOTO BY JUSTIN FENNELL
Venice High quarterback Grant Flessner, left, has a stiff-arm ready for Braden River defender Dylan Lee in the first half of
their game Friday night.


On Braden River's third play
from scrimmage, quarterback
Steven Ross was intercepted by
linebacker Grant Talkie at the
Pirates' 31-yard line.
"I was dropping back and I
thought the kid was going to
break a curl on me," said Talkie
about the interception. "I turned
around and the ball was in front
of me and I was it was mine."
Three plays later, Venice run-
ning back Danny Dillard scored
on a 24-yard run with 3:29 left in
the quarter.
On the Pirates' fourth play,
running back Deon Taylor
fumbled after getting stripped of
the ball. Linebacker Jack Jeskey
recovered the fumble at the
Braden River 23- ard line.
Another three plays and
Venice jumped out to a 21-0
lead as running back Terry Polk
scored on a 1-yard run with 1:23
remaining. The key play was a


23-yard run by Polk.
"He reminds me a little bit of
(former Venice High running
back) Dri Archer," said Peacock
about Polk. "He is shifty."
Venice's defense was smoth-
ering as the Indians limited
Braden River's offense to one
yard on eight plays in the first
quarter,
In the first half, the Pirates
were held to a minus-four yards
rushing on 11 carries, nine yards
total and two first downs.
"Defensively, I thought we
played great," said Peacock. "A
big boost to our defense was
having Omari (Phillips) back."
Phillips missed the last game,
against Manatee two weeks ago.
"We had two weeks of prac-
tice and we all hit it hard," said
Talkie about the defense. "Defi-
nitely knew what was coming at
us thanks to Coach (Larry) Shan-
non, and I think it shows what


we were out here to do."
In the second quarter Venice
drove 77 yards on 10 plays to
reach the end zone again. The
big play on the drive, which
culminated with a 1-yard run by
Dom Fanti, was a 32-yard run
down the right sideline by Polk.
Venice got possession again
with 5:51 left in the first half
on an interception by Jeskey,
who returned it 14 yards to the
Pirates' 44-yard line.
The Indians used some trick-
ery to scored their fifth TD of the
half.
On fourth-and-seven at the
Braden River 41-yard line, Talkie
took a wide receiver reverse and
tossed a 41-yard TD pass to a
wide-o en Quaheem Ka inski
with 4:16 on the clock for a 35-0
advantage.
"I was supposed to run it

FOOTBALL |13


Long season and long
CTOss country career. I
was happy with the sea-
son. I am looking forward
to track."
"I think David ran a
tough race," said Venice
boys coach Jason Potter.
"His time is a minute off
his season best but look
at the course. He ran
tough and kept it togeth-
er. He was 20th coming in
and I think that is where
he ended up. It as a beau-
tiful season for him. This
is just a stepping stone
for the track season. He's
a track guy."
Both runners thought
the course was difficult as
it looped around the park
over a hill and through
sand twice.
The slower times re-
flected the toughness of
the course.
"It was hard," said
Meza. "I feel a lot stron-
ger than last year running
the hills and the sand. At
the beginning, I felt really
good. The first mile was
a little faster than usual
(6:50) but I felt fine. To-
ward the second mile my
breathing started going
away so I slowed down to
catch it then I sped up. I
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"Tough course," said
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surprise for me was the
sand volleyball course. AS
soon as you hit it, your
legs just locked up and
your ankles just twisted
and you felt like you were
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By PERRY D. PENTZ
SPORTs EDITOR

Six Venice High run-
ners three girls and
three boys closed out
their high school cross
country careers on Friday
morning in the Class
3A-District 11 meet at
Estero Community Park
in Estero.
All six seniors missed
qualifying for the Class
3A-Region 3 meet on Nov.
11 at Charlotte Sports
Park. In districts with
seven or more teams,
only the top four teams
and top 13 individuals
advance to regional meet.
Both teams did have
a runner place in the
top 20, as senior Thalia
Meza took 18th overall
by covering the hilly and
sandy 3.1-mile course
in 22 minutes, 16.84
seconds. Senior David
Enander crossed the line
in 20th place with a time
of 19:25.11.
"This is my last cross
country race probably,"
said Meza before finding
out the final team results.
"It's really sad. I thought,
'Come on, this might
be it, give it your all, no
regrets.' I did good. I did
what I could."
"She really stepped
up and took control of
the team," said Venice
girls coach Brenda Clark.
"She's has a great season."
"Yes, I knew we had
a 50-50 chance to go to
regionals," said Enander.
"It was going to be tough.


Venice senior Thalia Meza
runs in the Class 3A-District 11
cross country meet Friday
morning at Estero Community
Park in Estero. Meza led the
Lady Indians with a 18th place
finish as the team took fifth
place overall.

slowed everyone down."
Meza joined Kelly
White and Iris Canas in
their final race as the
Lady Indians placed fifth
overall with a score of

SEASON | 13


SUN PHOTOS BY PERRY D. PENTZ

Venice's David Enander, right, sprints to the finish line with
Lakewood Ranch's Quintin Wampler in the Class 3A-District 11
cross country meet Friday morning at Estero Community Park
in Estero. Enander placed 20th with a time of 19:25.1. Wampler
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SPORTS SHORTS

MIDDLE SCHOOL

VOLEni LL

Sarasota 8-0, Venice 6-2, Pine View
6-2, Laurel Nokomis 5-3, Heron
Creek 5-3, Mclntosh 3-5, Brookside
2-6, Woodland 1-7, Booker 0-8.
Monday's Results
Sarasota def. Woodland, 25-5, 25-8;
Pine View def. Heron Creek, 25-13,
25-12; Venice def. Laurel Nokomis,
26-24, 10-25, 15-11; Brookside def.
Booker, 25-8, 25-18.

BASEBALL
LONGHI DOES WELL FOR
TRAVEL TEAMS: Venice High junior
Nick Longhi, who competes for the
FTB Mizuno travel team, knocked in
the game-winning run with a triple
in the bottom of the sixth inning as
Mizuno captured the 2011 United
States Specialty Sports Associa-
tion Fall States l8U Championship
at the Houston Astros Complex in
Kissimmee.
In the tournament, Longhi went
5 for 15 with eight RBI, three runs
scored and two sacrifice flies. He
also pitched a one-hitter in a 3-0
win over The Florida Naturals with
eight strikeouts and two walks.
Longhi also helped lead the
South Florida Elite Black Squad to a
title in the Eastern Baseball Alliance
Fall Championship at Dodgertown in
Vero Beach.
Longhi hita two-out, bases-
loaded double in the fifth inning to
break a 0-0 tie en route to a 4-1 win.
Longhi's team also took third
place in the Perfect Game National
Underclass World Wood Bat Champi-
onship in Fort Myers.
In the 2011 Perfect Game World
Wood Bat Championship in Jupiter,
Longhi's team took a runner-up spot
after losing to Marucci Elite in the
seventh inning, 3-2. Longhi batted 3
for 3 and was 10 of 19 overall.
Longhi was named to the Perfect
Game WWBA World All-Tournament
team.
Out of more than 1,800 players
in the tournament, Longhi was one
of 100 chosen, including 63 pitchers
and only 37 position players. Longhi
was chosen as a position player and
finished with the most hits in the
tournament, 10.

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SPORTS BRIEFS

VHS Band Golf
Tournament
set for Nov. 19
The VHS Band Golf
Tournament is scheduled
for Nov. 19 at Lake Venice
Golf Club.
The four-person
scramble will begin with
an 8 a.m. shotgun start.
Registration is set for
7 a.m. with a complimen-
tary breakfast snack.
Cost is $75 per player,
which includes 18 holes
of golf, lunch by Cruz-in-
BBQ and Foods, hot dogs
at the turn, all bever-
ages on the course and in
clubhouse as well as door
prizes.
The tournament
benefits the Venice High
School band program.
For more information,
contact Pam Lathrop at
941-234-3021 or


plathrop 24@yaho o. com,
or Kristen Dougherty
at 941-724-0265 or
kdoughecomcast.net.

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A Piece Of History For Sarasota County
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This memorial is being built
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in support of our nation's freedom
and fight against terrorism.
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one," said Phillips, who
has committed to play at
the University of Florida.
"I feel this one was more
traditional and wanted to
get out of Florida to play
in the game. I looked at all
the good players on de-
fense such as Ndamukong
Suh and they had a lot
of former players from
Florida who played in this
game, like Ronald Powell
and Tim Tebow."
Other standout players
who played in this bowl
game and are now in
the NFL include Mark
Sanchez, Adrian Peterson
and Gerald McCoy.
"Dante is a talented
athlete whose leadership
and teamwork qualities
have made him a standout
at Venice High," said John
Myers, director of Strategic
Communications, Market-
ing and Outreach, U.S.
Army Accessions Com-
mand, in a press release.
Phillips was selected by

State College of Florida
men's basketball games
are on sale now.
General admission
season tickets cost $25,
which includes admis-
sion to all 11 SCF Classic
games at more than half

Indians needed just three
plays to tack on another
score as Dillard scored
on a 6-yard run with 8:5()
left in the third quarter.
The key play was a 51-
yard run by Flessner, who
finished with 89 yards on
nine carries.
The touchdown looked
costly as Dillard was hurt
on the play after getting
dragged down from be-
hind. The senior, who haS
been hampered with an
ankle injury, hobbled off
the field and didn't return
to action.
Leading 49-(), Peacock
emptied his bench.
Braden River scored
its only points after
recovering a fumble on a
handoff in the third quar-
ter. The Pirates drove 5()
yards on 1() plays. Ross
scored on a 14-yard run
down the right sideline
with 1():47 left in the
quarter.
The entire fourth
quarter was played with
a running clock because
of the 35-point mercy
rule.
Venice outgained
Braden River, 384-148.
Venice concludes the

Estero's Aaron Rojas
took first place in
16:53.82 while Charlotte's
Ryan Schnulle was sec-
ond in 17:17.51.
For the Lady Indians,
White and Canas were
in 28th and 29th place in
23:12.3() and 23:16.7).
"Iris had a great
season," said Clark.
"She really cut off some
minutes."
White has been in and
out of the lineup as she
has battled sickness and
injurieS.
The girls and boyS
squads have a lot of
runners returning next
season.
The Lady IndianS
featured four first-year
runners on the varsity
this season, including
freshman Kylee Nolan,
freshman Micaela Sul-
livan and so homore
Juliane Lowry, who took
38th, 39th and 42nd,
respectively.
"I'm really proud of
them," said Clark. "Ve
are a young team and
have a bright future.Ve
will just keep going.
For the boys, junior
Kyle Kelley (3()th),
Dominic Morrow (31st),
Caleb Courville (34th)
and Dominik Jankowski


(39th) will be returning.
"I couldn't be more
proud of the guys," said
Ptr.d "he yh ded p


the U.S. Army All-Ameri-
can Bowl Selection Com-
mittee, which consists of
All American Games' net-
work of regional direc-
tors and Rivals.com. U.S.
Army All-Americans are
eligible for the U.S. Army
Player of the Year Award,
the Anthony Munoz
Lineman of the Year
Award, the American
Family Insurance Defen-
sive Player of the Year
Award, the Pete Dawkins
Game MVP and the Felix
"Doc" Blanchard and
Glenn Davis Awards.
Only 9() of the nation's
top players are selected
to play in this game.
"It's a great thing for
the kid and to give at-
tention to our program,"
said Venice High head
coach John Peacock.
"Very few kids get to be
involved in this game.Ve
are honored to have one
on our team."
The game, which is in

off the regular price of
tickets purchased indi-
vidually.
Senior admission
season tickets are $13,
which includes admis-
sion to all 11 SCF Classic
games at 5() percent

regular season on Nov. 11
with Senior Night against
Naples High.

Venice 21 21 7 0 49
Braden River 0 0 0 7 -7
First quarter
V Bobby Osborn 22 pass from Grant
Flessner (Matias Lambrecht kick), 5:22
kiV -4 nny Dillard 24 run (Lambrecht
V-Terry Polk l run (Lambrecht kick), 1:53
Second Quarter
V Dom Fanti 1 run (Lambrecht kick)'
7:2 Quaheem Kapinski 41 pass from
GrantTalkie (Lambrecht kick), 4:16
vh iD Iard I run (Lambrecht kick), 39.1
S- Dill rd 6 run (Lam brecht kick), 8:50
Fourth Quarter
sic r kive kI:Ross 14 run (Michael Un-

Venice TEAMSTATISTICS Braden
12 First Downs Rie8
36-208 Rushes-Yards 29-1 35
7-0 Passing~A-rds l_
1-39 Punts-Avg. 4-35.2
1-103 P~enm ie-ards 4 3
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
10RUSHI Try PolkV c9e6, Gann 7FI nre
9-89, Dom Fanti 2-9, Jared Zech 2-7, Isaac
Whitney 1-0, Jordan Keyso 2-(minus 11);
Braden River, Dean Taylor 16-39, Kramer
5-27, Ryan Fischer 4-8, Steven Ross 4-7.
PASSING Venice, Grant Flessner 4-6-
5Ste35 eannt 1aki 1- --141; Braden
RECEIVING -Venice, Quaheem Kapin-
ski 2-45, Bobby Osborn 2-32, Kale Youtzy
1-(minus 1); Braden River, Steven Fischer
1-13.

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hard and believed in
what they were doing
and had fun. I'm very
excited about the years
go come and working
with these younger guys.
It's going to be fun."
GIRLS
T.Eamster 20ngs. Lakewood Ranch 38, 3.
Charlotte 90, 4. Cypress Lake 109, 5. Ven-
tc 18, 6.adnednCRivr1 7. Port Char-
Topl31ndividuals
18 5.50via Orti mi a sword 1Ran h
3. Kathy Gladis-Solis (Estero) 19:33.41,
4. Bethany Jenkins (Estero) 20:08.91, 5.
Maria Frank (Estero) 20:14.95, 6. Kather-
ine Slater (Estero) 20:40.62, 7. Devin Mc-
Dermott (Lakewood Ranch) 20:41.81, 8.
Cheasta Mnia g 2 2p~relss Lake)h2 :42. 1
(Lakewood Ranch)21:17.55, 11.KatieWray
(Lakewood Ranch) 21:32.66, 12. Michelle
Last (Lakewood Ranch)21:46.55, 13. Emily
Scott (Cypress Lake) 21:8
22 EN.8, E28 Kely White 23:1.0 29a 2 ris
Canas 23:16.70, 38. Kylee Nolan 24:48.84,
39. Micaela Sullivan 25:29.31, 42. Juliane
oowrsy26:oo.ao.
Team Standings
1 .Estero 24, 2. Cha rlotte 59, 3.La kewood
Ranch 79, 4. Port Charlotte 109, 5. Cypress
Lake 115, 6. Venice 154, 7. Island Coast
225, 8 rae dRie r226.
To(Aaron Rojas (Esstero) 16:53.82, 2. Ryan
Schnulle (Charlotte) 17:17.51, 3. Jose
Crt gna (st r)akT :18 36 5Ro rt
Chavez (Estero) 17:39, 6. Cody Adkinson
(Port Charlotte) 17:39.62, 7. Adam Som mer
(Estero) 17:49.21, 8. Steven Briner (Estero)
17:52.41, 9. Dominic Cardenas (Charlotte)
17:57.66, 10. Evan Dipsiner (Lakewood
Raonocdh)Rl83:14311. M2ch~el rnol L ne-
(Charlotte) 18:20.99, 13. Andrew Pollizzi
(Charlotte) 18:25.63.
VENICE (154) 20. David Enander
19:25.11,30.Kyle Kelleyl19:59.33, 31.Dom-
ini Mror 1:5.13 I ae 34. vll


201.1 i 9 ij inkj Jakwki 2: 1
41. Connor Hagen 21:04.25, 51. Thai Lam
22:00.98.

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its 12th year, has been
one of the nation's pre-
mier high school football
games and features an
East vs.1Vest match-up.
The game is televised at 1
p.m. on NBC.
During the ceremony
in front of his teammates
and some of the Venice
High student body, Phil-
lips was invited by Sgt.
First Class Jason Bates.
"It's real exciting,"
said Phillips. "It's been
a goal since I've was a
freshman when I was in
Jacksonville to play in
one of these games. I did
my research and decided
this was the best fit for
me. I think it's going to
be awesome. I get to play
with the best kids in the
country. I get to travel to
Texas, where I've never
been, with my coach and
my family. I think it's go-
ing to be real exciting."
As a result of Phillips'
selection, Peacock was in-

off the regular price of
senior tickets purchased
individually.
Tickets can be pur-
chased in person at the
SCF Athletic Department


By PERRY D. PENTZ
SPORTS EDITOR

At the end of last year
Venice's Omari Phillips
faced a dilemma.
The 6-foot-6, 27()
pound senior lineman
had to choose between
playing in two postseason
high school bowl games.
His decision was made
public at a press confer-
ence onl~ednesday as
Phillips was selected
to play in the 2()12 U.S.
Army All-American Bowl,
which is scheduled for
Jan. 7, at the Alamodome
in San Antonio, Texas.
Phillips' choices
were the U.S. Army
All-American Bowl and
the Under Armour All-
American Bowl, which is
held at the Disney Wide
World of Sports Complex
in Kissimmee.
"After doing my re-
search on both bowl
games, I decided on this


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SCF hoops ticketS
Season tickets for the


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FROM PAGE 12

but Quaheem was wide
open so I lobbed it up
to him," said Talkie. "Ve
ran it against Manatee (a
32-yard run). Isaw the
corner, safety and out-
side linebacker coming
at me so I knew no one
was out on him, I just
threw it up. An easy little
pass."
Venice's final TD of the
quarter was scored by
Dillard on a 3-yard run
with 39.1 seconds left for
a 42-() lead. Dillard also
had the key play on the
73-yard drive, a 48-yard
run.
Venice's offense
pounded Braden River
for 331 yards in the half,
including 255 yards on
the ground.
In the first half, Dillard
had 112 yards rushing
and Polk added 96 yards
rushing.
After Venice forced a
three-and-out punt, the
Indians' offense contin-
ued to pour it on.
In the third quarter, the


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FROM PAGE 12

148. Estero captured the
district title with a score
of 2() as its five runners
took second- through
sixth-places.
"\Ve were seeded fifth
and that is where we
ended up," said Clark.
"\Ve are in the hard-
est district. The top two
teams in the state are
in this district (Estero
and Lakewood Ranch). I
knew our work was cut
out for us."
Lakewood Ranch's
Olivia Ortiz grabbed first
place in 18:25.5() as the
Lady Mustangs were
second with 38. Charlotte
and Cypress Lake closed
out the top four in third
and fourth with9) and
1()9 points, respectively.
Other seniors for the
Venice boys were Con-
nor Hagen and Thai Lam,
who were 41st and 51st
places as the Indians
placed sixth overall with
a score of 154. Estero,
which had all five runners
in the top eight, picked
up the district cham-
pionship trophy with a
score of 24. Charlotte
was second with 59 while


Lakewood Ranch and
Port Charlotte were third

19d po t, respcti Id .


SUN PHOTO BY PERRY D. PENTZ

Venice High senior Omari Phillips sports the jersey showing
his selection to participate in the U.S. Army AII-American Bowl
Jan. 7 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. Phillips, an
offensive and defensive lineman, received the honor before his
teammates and some of the student body in the Venice High
gymnasium Wednesday. Celebrating the announcement were
his mother, Lisa, left; brother, Damon II; grandmother, Carolyn
Harris; and father, Damon.


vited to travel to San An-
tonio and attend the U.S.
Army Coaches Academy,
an elite three-day learn-
ing experience featuring
NFL and NCAA coaches,
as well as to participate in
game-week activities.
This season, Phillips,

in the Bradenton gymna-
sium or at the first home
game onl~ednesday.
The Manatees are
coached by former Ven-
ice girls basketball head


who is playing offen-
sive and defensive line
positions, has 24 tackles,
including 1() solo. Last
season Phillips had 83
total tackles, including 53
solo, with two sacks.

Emaihppentz@venicegondolier.com

coach Joe ~helton.
For more information,
contact SCF Athletic
Director Matt Ennis at
941-752-5574 or visit
scfmanatees.com.


VENICE
Indians
When: 7 p.m. Nov. 8
Where: Don Wallen Athletic Complex, Martin County
High, Stuart
Directions: Take 1-75 North to exit 205 (Clark Road).
60 east toward Arcadia then turn right onto State
Road 70 East for 68 miles. Make a slight right onto
5.R. 710 East for 10 miles. Turn left onto Southwest
Martin Highway for 17.5 miles. Take 1-95 north to
WeSt Palm Beach for nine miles, then take 5.R. 76
East (exit 101) toward Stuart. Turn left on 5.R. 76 East
(Southwest Kanner Highway). School is located on
right at 2801 South Kanner Highway. Time of travel
will be more than three hours.
Notes: Martin County The Lady Tigers (23-5)
are comi ng off a th ree-set sweep over Charlotte i n the
regional quarterfinal. Senior Nicole Walch, a 6-foot-2
F Orida State commit, led the Lady Tigers with 16
kills. Senior setter Mallori Moffatt had 20 assists and
f0ur kills. Martin County's offense revolves around
Walch, who had 532 kills this season. In the district
championship against Okeechobee, Walch set a school
record with 39 kills. Second on the team is Moffatt
with 94 kills. Libero JoAnn Martin has 169 digs.0Other
key players for the Lady Tigers are Danielle Dodge
and Madisen Lydon. Moffatt has 690 assists. Martin
COUnty WOn the Class SA state title in 1994 and 2009
and was state runner-up in 1997, 1999 and 2010.
This is the 22nd consecutive postseason appearance


MARTIN COUNTY
Tigers
for the Lady Tigers. In 59 matches they have a 39-20
record.
Venice The Lady Indians are coming off a
thrilling five-set win over Okeechobee in the regional
quarterfinals after rallying from a two-set deficit.
Senior Bianca Echtler and junior Holly Mattmuller
had 17 kills each while junior Holly Kabana added
11 kills. Libero Taylor Jais had 21 digs. Junior setter
Danika Yoder amassed 70 assists, 18 digs and
five kills. Venice's offense has been led by outside
hitter Holly Mattmuller this season with a team-
high 317 kills and 339 digs. However, Venice isn't
one-dimensional as the Lady Indians also like to
pound the middle with Echtler, who has 230 kills,,
and freshman Lauren Mattmuller with 102 kills and
40 blocks.0On the right side is the powerful hitting
of sophomore Kabana, who has 133 kills and 22
blocks. Yoder spread the ball all over the front of the
net with 1,138 assists. She also has 269 digs and 47
blocks. This is Venice's 17th trip to the postseason
and 10th straight. Last year, Venice lost in the
regional finals to eventual state champion East Lake.
The Lady Indians captured Class SA state titles in
1998 and 2005 as well as state runner-up spots in
1997 and 2004. Venice owns a 36-14 record. Venice is
0-2 lifetime against Martin County in the postseason.
Venice lost in straight sets in 1994 (15-0, 15-5) and
2000 (15-10, 15-10).


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NOVEMBER 5, 2011 WEEKEND EDITION


By ED SCOTT
STAFF WRITER

Epiphany Health, a
program that provides
care for the uninsured
and underinsured con-
ceived by a group of local
physicians, were featured
this week on the national
stage. Its founders were
invited to Washington,
D.C., to make a presenta-
tion about the plan.
"They are excited about
our program," Dr. Lee
Gross of North Port said
of the group that invited
them. They met with
congressional leaders and
Republican presidential
candidate Herman Cain
to discuss their model of
care, and were featured
speakers in a forum with
Cain which will have
national media cover-
age before returning
Saturday.
Though they did not ad-
vertise the program much
since its inception late
last year, enrollment has
grown from 40 patients
in April to 250 today in
Epiphany (www.epiphany
health.net), a plan that in-
cludes most primary care
services, as well as access
to discounted labs, imag-
ing, medications, physi-
cal therapy and specialty
services.
"Over the past 11
months we've managed
to put together a pretty
powerful program," Gross
said. "It seems to be work-
ing really well. People are
saving a lot of money."
Gross, Shell and two
other local physicians,
Stephanie J. Shell of Port
Charlotte and William L.
Crouch of North Port, see
their Epiphany patients -
and their other patients,
most of whom are covered
by standard health insur-
ance policies at two
area offices.
WVhile the local attention
on Epiphany is gratifying,
Gross said, what's more
interesting is the national
acclaim the program has
garnered "because nobody
in the country has put
together a program like we
have put together."
Epiphany Health be-
came well known nation-
ally through the local
doctors' participation in
an online physician com-
munity where ideas are
shared.
"Everyone is very opti-


M anasota


postal center

to stay open-

FROM THE
BRADENTON HERALD

The U.S. Postal Service
announced last week that it
has completed its study of
mail processing operations
at the Manasota Processing
& Distribution Center on
Tallevast Road just north of
Sarasota Bradenton Inter-
national Airport, and it will
remain open.
"This was a careful
review," said District
Manager David Patterson
in a release, "and we have
determined that there will
be no significant changes
made at this time."



terson said. "Mail volume
has fallen by 20 percent
since 2007, causing his-
torically high deficits."
"WTe must constantly
examine how we can
improve our operations i
we are to remain viable,"
said Patterson. "Studies
such as the one conduct-
ed in Manasota help us
to determine where these


iprovements can best

More than 300 people
from Sarasota and


mistically looking at what
We are doing down here
and seeing it as a way to
actually save primary care
and make it a viable, de-
sirable specialty to go into
in medicine," Gross said.
There is a lot of
uncertainty as to how
the nascent national


health-care reform law
will change before and
after the 2012 election.
Gross believes the law
will go before the U.S.
Supreme Court in March
regarding whether the
individual mandate is
constitutional. If the law
is struck down, "What


are your other options?"
Gross said. "What are you
going to replace it with?"
People in Washington
interested in researching
alternatives heard about
Epiphany Health and
invited Gross and Shell to
present their program at a
forum sponsored by Docs


4 Patient Care (www.docs
4patientcare.org). That
organization, which is
positioning itself as an al-
ternative to the American
Medical Association as the
"real voice of physicians in
America," has thousands
of members in some 16
states, Gross said.


An invitation to speak
before this group confirms
for Gross that "we are on
to something," he said. "It
puts us on a national stage
and allows us to grow this
model and make it avail-
able for other physicians
who want to try to do this."
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By DANA SANCHEZ
ENGLEWOOD SUN EDITOR

Myakka State Forest
ran ers su pected large

there, but they received
proof last month when a
forest volunteer snapped
photos of a boa constric-
to crossing thellforest's
Not oop Ti.
The snake, estimated
at up to 6 feet long, is still
loose, according to Dee
Shumick, office adminis-
trator for the forest.
"We don't know if
there's more (boas),"
Shumick said Tuesday.
Forest volunteer Fred
Toms shot the photos,
and, at first, rangers
didn't know what they
were looking at.
"WTe thought it was a
rattlesnake till we looked
closely," Shumick said. "It
has no rattle. Its mark-
ings are different."


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Markings on this snake spotted in the Myakka State Forest iden-
tify it as a boa constrictor, according to biologist Bill Dunson.
Dunson estimates the snake is about 4 or 5 feet and harmless to
humans.


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Myakka State Forest volunteer Fred Toms snapped photos of this boa constrictor on or near the
North Loop Trail in October, confirming its existence after earlier sightings, according to Dee
Shumick, Myakka State Forest office administrator.


The forest is home to
rattlesnakes, water moc-
casins and other snakes,
and visitors know that,
Shumick said.
"It's an area where you
should be prepared for
seeing snakes you
shouldn't be hiking in
flip-flops," she said.
A 16-foot Burmese py-
thon captured and killed
in the Everglades last week
prompted Englewood
biologist Bill Dunson to


forward photos of the
Myakka Forest snake to
the Sun. Dunson helped
to identify the snake.
Boas and pythons are
related, and both are
exotic to the U.S.
There are differences.
Boas can grow to 14
feet, while pythons can
grow to almost double
that, Dunson said. The
python captured in
the Everglades was the
largest one found there,


he said. Boas are native
to Mexico, the Carib-
bean and South America,
while pythons come from
Africa and Asia.
"A boa could never
really eat a person,"
Dunson said.
The python captured in
the Everglades had a 60-
or 70-pound deer in its


belly but never had time
to digest its last meal.
The environment in the
M~yakka Forest is quite
different from the Ever-
glades, and not as friendly
to a large exotic snake,
according to Shumick.
"We do have cold
snaps," she said. "That
could kill it without us


having to do intervention."
Forest rangers who have
been trained on how to
capture such a large snake
are on staff, she said.
"We would capture it if
they found it," she said.
"WTe ask that anyone else
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RELIGION 10B


VENUE 3B


CROSSWORD 8B


ttle Johnston at the North Jetty Fish Camp. She and her h PHOTo cou
husband, Max, owned the business from 19
70 to 1978.


rRT~y F EIRDRE CALLANAN


court, insisted the county not let it be
built on.1Ve had 3(),()() signatures on a
'Save the Jetty' petition which someone
stole. Bill Muirhead told me, 'Honey,
don't you worry. Sit tight. The people
will save this."'
And they did.1Vith, as the Beatles
sang, "a little help from their friends."
Attorney Bill Muirhead and his wife,
Mary, lived in what at that time was
the northernmost house on Casey
Key. After work, he said, he enjoyed
bicycling down to the Fish Camp,
having a beer, chatting, biking home.
Even decades after the effort, he still
spoke with passion about the drive to
protect Casey Key's southern tip from
private development.
Ultimately, the state and county
bought the land in 1978, the year
the Johnstons sold the camp to Bill
Jury. In September 198(), the county
approved a 25-year lease with a five-
year renewable option.
Just before she turned 82 on Oct. 3,
Johnston returned to the camp,
again greeted by smiles and waves.
She was pensive as she considered
her upcoming birthday. Her daughter
Carla succumbed to cancer in 2()(5.
Max died. Her beloved Shih Tzu Snoopy
Two died Feb. 21.
"I lost my daughter, I lost my hus-
band, I lost my dog. I've been lost ever
since." There was a lengthy pause.
Then,
"Life has something special for all of
us. All we have to do is enjoy it. It's a
good feeling. I hope everybody gets it
when they're my age."
Johnston scanned the Fish Camp:
building, tables and pines, the water,
Her voice softened.
"The people, that's what made this
place. Everybody has a story. It wasn't
the jetty I loved. It was the people. I
hope it stays."

The story is fom Deirdre Callanan's
manuscript, "Beauty, Sorrow and a
Eniggtid!I Heart: A History of the North
Jetty Fish Camp." She lives in Nokomis
and Cape Cod and continues to add to
her collection of Fish Camp stories. Next
is a story about Darlene and HJ Burns,
who discovered Nokomis Beach on their
1 958 honeymoon. Darlene has frequent-
ed the Fish Camp ever since.


Dottie, left, and Max Johnston with their son, Terry, right, and his friend c~irca 17 usd h
North Jetty Fish Camp.


the benches. However, the old dock
and bait shack, which harkened back
to the Johnston era, had not yet been
replaced. The customer area windows
had no criss-cross bars or beer signs.
Pete Ashton glanced up from his
newspaper, observed those observing.
With the sage voice of a prophet, he
quoted Frost's poem title, "'Nothing
gold can stay..."'"
Back outside, Johnston sipped her
refreshed coffee.
"Coffee was 1() cents and beer was
5() cents.1Ve sold shrimp for 4() cents a
dozen.1Ve put in the dock and bath-
rooms, closed in the back room for
storage. People broke in all the time.
The commercial fishermen were my
protectors. They took care of a group of
bikers.
"'If you ever come back here, you're a
dead man,' said Matt (one of those fish
camp protectors). "He had hands -
I've never seen such big hands!"
"Dottie and Max kept this place real
nice," interjected Van Houten.
"\Ve didn't put up with anything,"
Johnston agreed. "The highlight was
when the county purchased the prop-
erty. Busloads of people went to the


Caribbean turquaise.1Vhere later an
awning would shelter a wooden table,
oblong benches were snug against a
round concrete table. A drink machine
stood before the then-new brick fire-
place, installed by Randy Finch.
Back then, the streetcar's route name
still peeked above its window. On
the north-facing side the passenger
windows were still exposed, six double-
hungs. Above them, the aluminum roof
and its four vents gleamed. All agreed it
was a quaint, charming scene.
Inside for coffee refills, they com-
pared Ross's early oil to the 1997 rustic
scene that hung just inside the east
door. Painted on a board by G.C. Diebel
of Royal Oak, Mich., it depicted the
camp as viewed from the channel. In it,
the west awning was in place, as were


PHOTO COURTESY OF DEIRDRE CALLANAN
G.C. Diebel's portrayal of the Fish Camp in 1997. This rustic board painting hangs inside the east
door.


OUR TOWN


'Nothing g old can stay'


By DEIRDRE CALLANAN
CORRESPONDENT

At 8 a.m. on July 3, 2()(8, an im-
promptu reception line formed as long-
time Fish Camp goers such as Bill Van
Houten gathered to shake the hand and
greet the woman who ran the North
Jetty Fish Camp half her life ago.
Although Dottie Johnston still lived
on Casey Key a mile north of the Jetty,
she didn't visit often. The recipient of
this warm welcome accepted it with
the grace and poise with which she
took most everything.
She sat in the shade with two
dear friends, Teresa Davis and Chris
Boschert, as a medley of "Hi there,
Dottie!" floated her way.
Boschert explained one of several
changes that occurred during the eight
years Dottie and her husband, Max,
owned the establishment.
"It was called the Jetty Fish Camp
then," said Boschert. "The Venice side
was always called the South Jetty, so
Dottie felt our side should be called
the North Jetty. She's the one named
it the North Jetty Fish Camp."
That christening held and pros-
pered. Every memento available -
from license plates to caps to drink
koozies bore the logo. Larger
items such as T-shirts and sweat- Do
shirts displayed the name as well as
a rendering by artist Patti Middleton
of the streetcar-turned-business.
Johnston recounted their segment of
Fish Camp history.
"Well, we were on vacation from
Ohio in 197(). My husband Max had
been told he had to retire on disability.
He came here to fish, and we went
inside for a beer.
"The owner, Emma Lou Hawkins-
Smith, was sitting in her aluminum
rocker. She said, 'Wish I could get rid
of this damn place.' Max looks at me,
and I can tell he thinks we should buy
it. I'm an executive in a big ad agency.
I'm gonna come here? I was born and
raised on a farm in poverty and didn't
want to go back to that. I thought I
would die."
Johnston laughed, shook her head.
"Now, Emma Lou was a singer. Ve
all used to sing. She lived in the near-
est cottage, and she let the Halls move
into the other cottage. They didn't have
much money. He used to clean up
around here. O.1V Caspersen owned
the property. Dr. John, O.1V's son, ate
something and died."
Johnston drank some coffee, glanced
toward the camp.
"There was nobody in there then.
The only customers we had were the
young people working. There were days
I didn't take in a penny."
"It was just regulars and locals then,"
Davis added. "It was a secret."
The secret kept only for a while. The
Johnstons put in a patio. The fishing
was good.
"\Ve had a crowd every single day,"
Johnston said.
She remembered Max with a string of
sheepshead and a 22-pound snook.
Johnston headed to her car, lifted a
painting from the trunk. She propped
the oil on the table.
"This was hanging in the camp when
we bought it. Emma Lou didn't want to
part with it, but I said, 'Oh no."'"
A group gathered, studied L. Ross's
art which rendered the streetcar from
a western perspective. Australian pines
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By KIM COOL
FEATURES EDITOR

With bursts of applause,
the opening night audi-
ence showed what they
thought of "Big River: The
Adventures of Huckle-
berry Finn" at Venice The-
atre. Standing ovations are
the norm at the theater
but this one was a little
longer and much louder.
Already being compared
to last season's hit produc-
tion of "Ragtime," which
had the same director
(Brad1Vages), this produc-
tion has an even stronger
cast and, except for some
opening-night problems
with about four personal
microphones, is techni-
cally excellent.
Tomy DeNiro does not
just portray Huck Finn.
He is Huck Finn, from
the trembling lip reaction
when thelvidow Doug-
las tells him he will end
up like his father to the
incredible grin when he
receives a surprise kiss.
DeNiro has all but
grown up at Venice The-
atre, where he has worked
with1Vages in several
shows. He was Houdini
in "Ragtime" and Judas
in last summer's "Jesus
Christ Superstar." In each
role he gets better and his
singing voice and control
mature. He commands
the stage in every way.
Now he needs to tame


and deals with temptation
SeVeral times.
Boehringer is a graduate
of the Asolo Conservatory
for Actor Training and his
training shines through
as he fills the stage with
his antics and appropriate
overacting as befits the
role of the duke. He and
the king add outrageous
silliness and even some
classic fairy-tale evil to the
story.
In the end, good wills
out and, despite his ter-
rible background and
drunken father Pap Finn
(Phil DeNiro), Huck's
goodness beats away the
temptation gremlins. The
senior DeNiro (Tomy's
real-life father) is superb
as the drunken, no-good
father for whom the son
is nothing but a slave and
source of booze money. A
third DeNiro (Tomy's sister
Teri) performs well as
Mary Jane ~ilk~es.
Fleming is as good in
his role as Tomy DeNiro
and their voices generally
work well together. Once
or twice DeNiro's tenor
voice boomed little
louder but for the most
part, their voices were
nicely in sync.
As Huck's friend Tom
Sawyer, Hunter Cross
shows his multiple talentS
as singer, dancer and ac-
tor as he leads Huck and
his other friends down the
road to adventure with


imaginary pirates and the
like. The other boys in-
clude Zak Evanicki as Ben
Rogers, Charlie Kollar as
Jo Harper, Michael Burke
as Sam, Stephen Junker as
Simon, Thomas Junker as
Dick and Nick Pokorney
as Young Fool.
Lynne Doyle (Widow
Douglas) and Marla
Oppenheim (Missl~at-
son) did a good job in
portraying the two older
ladies charged with car-
ing for young Huck until
he was taken back by his
no-good father.
Dana Kitson juggles
several roles (Mark Twain,
Man on the Skiff, Lafe,
Harvey Wilk~es and Silas
Phelps) with ease.
Adding still more depth
to the cast are Princess
Jackson as Alice's daugh-
ter, Lauren Kelly as Alice,


Susan Johnson as Beu-
lah, Debbil~hite as Sally
Phelps and Syreeta Banks
as Crossing soloist. Banks'
voice is reminiscent of
Mahalia Jackson. Vatch
for her in "Smokey Joe's
Cafe," which will open in
January at the theater.
Backing up the onstage
talent is the work of the
backstage profession-
als and volunteers who
provided a breathtaking,
period-correct set and
terrific costumes. Resident
costume designer Nicho-
las Hartman should win
yet another award for this
collection, especially for
the outlandish duds worn
by the duke and king and
the elegant funeral garb
worn by the ladies.
Jason Bolen's first set
for Venice Theatre is
stunning and includes a


backdrop painted by the
designer that captures the
real-life river on which
the action takes place.
Giant branches overhead
added depth to the scene
and appeared to be real
branches although carved
from plywood. The paint-
ing was that good. David
Castaneda's lighting and
musical direction by Drew
Rienstra completed the
package.
Musicians include
Carlann Evans on fiddle;
Terri Booth and Bill Car-
michael on reeds; Preston
Boyd on guitar, banjo and
harmonica; Don Parker on
trombone and Paul Henry
on percussion.
Based on the Mark
Twain novel, "Big River;
The Adventures of

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VENICE TH EATRE


Brandon Michael Fleming,
back row, as Jim and Tony
DeNiro as Huckleberry Finn,
with Dana Kitson as Mark
Twain star in the main stage
musical, "Big River, the Adven-
tures of Huckleberry Finn,"
through Nov. 27 at Venice
Theatre.

that microphone wire to
balance the sound quality
and all will be perfect.
The story and the
language are pure Mark
Twain. It is a classic ad-
venture story about some
young boys but set in the
days when the United
States was about to come
apart at the seams over
the issue of slavery. Vhen
Huck, young white boy
in search of adventure, be-
friends Jim (Brandon Mi-
chael Fleming), a runaway
slave, he gets more of an
adventure than he ever
dreamed of, tangles with
some unscrupulous char-
acters who pretend to be
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All area codes are 941 unless
otherwise indicated.

SATURDAY, NOV. 5
Coastal cruisers
ride the over paSS
Time: 8:30 a.m., before Legacy
Trail celebration
Where: Rides start at Sham-
rock Park (two miles west of
South U.S. 41 on Shamrock
Drive), Venice
Notes: Proceed to Venice Train
Depot, 303 E. Venice Ave. After
the celebration, rides will pro-
ceed at varying lengths from
20 to 40 miles, 15 mph and
slower. Club members should
wear yellow club jerseys.
Call: Charlie Pierce, 407-4187,
or Bob Carroll, 475-8191
Link: www.coastalcruisers.net

Craft show

Time: 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Where: Venice Isle Estates, 603
Roma Road (off South U.S. 41
Bypass), Venice
Notes: Admission is free for
this partial fundraiser to ben-
efit cancer research. There will
be door prizes, raffles, a bake
sale and refreshments.
Call: Norma, 486-4156


ChkraFseostt val

Time: 6-8 p.m.
Where: Child Protection
Center, 720 S. Orange Ave.,
Sarasota
Notes: Event celebrates the
kickoff of Partners in Hope
Campaign at the Child Pro-
tection Center during the
Sarasota Chalk Festival. Free
drinks, hors d'oeuvres and
silent auction.
Call: 365-1277, ext. 100

Downtown
Venice Art Fest
Dates/time: Nov. 5-6,
10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Where: West Venice Avenue
Notes: The 24th annual art fes-
tival is the city's signature fall
art festival, a juried fair that
includes paintings, sculptures,
photos, glass, wood, jewelry,
collage and ceramics for varied
prices. Howard Alan Events
produces the event.
Call: 561-746-6615
Link: www.artfestival.com

Agape open house
Time: 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Where: Agape Flights, 100
Airport Ave., Venice
Notes: Franks and thanks at
Agape; open to the public.
Call: 488-0990
Link: www.agapeflights.com

Holiday craft boutique
Time: 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Where: Jacaranda West
Country Club, 1901 Jacaranda
Blvd., Venice
Notes: Browse an array of gift
and holiday items created by
local artists. Light lunch will be
available.
Cost: 493-5010

YMCA open house
Time: 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Where: South County Family
YMCA, 701 Center Road,
Vemice
Notes: Free food and drink at
event. No sign-up fees; free


Apple iPod Shuffle for first 50
new annual members; free
T-shirt.
Call: 492-9622
Link: www.southcountyfamily
ymca.org

Harvest and turkey
feast fundraiser

Time: 3-6 p.m.
Where: Bayshore Guests Home
& Gardens, 512 Bayshore Road,
Nokomis
Notes: Bayshore will pay
tribute to All Faiths Food
Bank. Bins will be available for
donated food items. All pro-
ceeds go to the food bank and
volunteer Nokomis firefighters.
Sign up for CPR/AED training;
receive a "File For Life" blank
document to complete for
future emergencies.
Cost: $10 suggested donation
for dinner
Call: Leslie Ann O'Gorman
D'Harcourt, 400-3847

Jimmy MaZZ
in COncert

Time: 7 p.m.
Where: Englewood Elks Lodge,
401 N. Indiana Ave. (State Road
776), Englewood
Notes: Jimmy Mazz performs
Viva Las Vegas as a tribute art-
ist of music by Englebert, Tom
Jones, Elvis, Frank Sinatra,
Dean Martin, Bobby Darin,
Louis Armstrong, Johnny Cash
and Neil Diamond. Open to
the public.
Cost: $20
Call: 474-2378
Link: www.jmazzsings.com

Th ree-d imensiona|
art exhibit

RSVP: Nov. 5, 5 p.m.
Date/time: Nov. 9, 11 a.m.


Where: Venice Art Center, 309
S. Nokomis Ave., Venice
Notes: Gulf Coast Italian Culture
Society will hold a docent-led
tour, followed by a fundraiser
luncheon at Java Art Cafe. The
prepaid fee will cover lunch
and a modest donation to the
society's scholarship fund. Mail
checks to Tony Cagliostro, 500
The Esplanade North, Apt. 704,
Venice FL 34285.
Cost: $20
Call: 486-1441
Email: gcicscholaregmail.com

cou ntry-weste rn
dance

Time: 5-8 p.m.
Where: Venice-Nokomis Elks
Lodge, 1021 Discovery Way (off
Laurel Road), Nokomis
Notes: Music will be by Alex.
Open to the public.
Call: 486-1854

Toys for TotS
kickoff auction

Time: noon-4 p.m.
Where: Disabled American
Veterans, 700 East Colonia
Lane, Nokomis
Notes: New and unwrapped
toys are welcomed to kickoff
the collection season. Food will
be served noon-1 p.m.; auction
of goods and services donated
to Toys for Tots follows.
Call: Daniel Esposito, 497-3280
Email: dpespositoeyahoo.com
Link: www.sarasotatoysfortots.
com

9-12 TEA
party meeting
Time: 6:30-8 p.m.
Where: Venice Area Board of
Realtors Building, 680 Substa-
tion Road near Burger King,
Venice


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Notes: All are welcome.
Call: 497-2888
Link: http://florida912 .ning.
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Live entertainment

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

Dancing
Time: 7-10 p.m.
Where: Veterans of Foreign
WTars Post 8118, 832 E. Venice
Ave., Venice
Call: 486-8551

Ballroom dancing
Time: 10-11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Where: Gotta Dance Studio,
303 South Tamiami Trail,
Nokomis
Call: 486-0326

Farmers market
Time: 8 a.m.-noon
Where: West Tampa Avenue in
downtown Venice
Notes: Fresh produce, plants,
organic herbs, flowers and
more are on sale. For more
information, ask for Linda
WTilson, manager, at the
marketplace.

Venice-Nokomis
du plicate bridge
Time: 1 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. Food and drinks
available.
Cost: $8


FRIDAY, NOV. 11

Dice & Diamonds
fundraiser
Time: 6-10 p.m.
Where: Aston Gardens at Pelican
Pointe, 1000 Aston Gardens Drive,
Venice
Notes: This will be a Las Vegas-style
casino fundraiser with slots, craps,
roulette and blackjack, cocktails,
hors d'oeuvres, entertainment and
great prizes. Black and red attire
welcome. All proceeds will benefit
Moose charities.
Cost: $25 advance, $30 at the door
Call:W~omen of the Moose, 412-4238
Link: www.venicefloridamoose.org


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Venice Area Historical
Society style show
RSVP: Nov. 23
Date/time: Nov. 30, 11 a.m.-noon
Where: Venice Yacht Club, 1330 Tar-
pon Center Drive, Venice
Notes: Venice Area Historical Society
will hold its sixth annual style show
luncheon fundraiser with the theme,
"Happy Birthday Venice, Celebrate
Our History." Venice turns 85. Fash-
ions will be by Patchington. Tickets
are available at Collectors' Gallery,
114 S. Nokomis Ave.; Paper Pad, 327
W.Venice Ave.; and Venice Stationers,
211WT.Venice Ave.
Cost: $30, advance
Call: 412-0151
Link: www.venicehistory.org


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Call: 485-8366
Link: www.veniceduplicate
bridge.net or www.bridge
buddy~net

Club breakfast
Time: 9 a.m.-noon
Where: Disabled American
Veterans, 600 East Colonia
Lane, Nokomis
Notes: Homemade breakfast.
Take-out available.
Call: 488-4500

Bingo
Time: 1 p.m.
Where: King Solomon's
Treasures, 1250 South U.S. 41,
Venice
Notes: Venice Circus Arts
Foundation holds walk-in
bingo with cash prizes and
50/50 raffles every Saturday.

Drawing at the beach

TW ee: eM~aremBarritt Park
pavilion, south of Sharky's on
the Pier, Venice
Notes: Bring a chair, pencil
and sketchbook for this free
class.
Call: Madge Meyer, 234-3498

South of the
Border cantina

Time: 4-8 p.m.
Where: American Legion
NO-VEL Post 159, 1770 E.
Venice Ave., Venice
Notes: Karaoke is from
6-9 p.m. Members and guests
are invited.
Call: 488-1157

Humanist
Association
Time: 11:30 a.m.
Where: Pelican Pointe
Country Club Restaurant, 499
Derbyshire Drive, Venice
Notes: There is a program each
month.
Call: 492-5555
Link: www. gulfco asthumanist.
org

Safe-d riving school
Time: Call for appointment
Where: Village On The Isle,
Venice HealthPark or Senior
Friendship Centers, Venice
Notes: Choose from among
three places to attend the
AARP safe-driving school. Call
for information.
Call: 1-888-227-7669


SUNDAY, NOV. 6

Sugar Bowl fund raiser
Time: 2 p.m.
Where: Venice Community
Center, 326 S. Nokomis Ave.,
Venice
Notes: Sugar Bowl Show of
Shows is sponsored by Catho-
lic Charities, Diocese ofVenice
and The Knights of Columbus.
Al Holland, formerly with The
Platters, and Glenn Leonard,

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formerly with The Temp-
tations, will perform.
Sponsorship opportuni-
ties are available.
Cost: $20
Call: 496-8181

Mad HatterS
high tea
Time: 1-3 p.m.
Where: British Open
Pub, 2053 South Tamiami
Trail, Venice
Notes: English afternoon
tea is open to the public.
There will be games,
great food and door
prizes. This fundraiser
will benefit St. Francis
Animal Rescue of Florida.
Cost: $20
Call: Bertie Erickson,
492-6200
Link: www.stfrancisarfl.
org

Sunday brunch
Time: 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Where: American Legion
NO-VEL Post 159, 1770 E.
Venice Ave., Venice
Call: 488-1157

NF L wingS
and thingS
Time: 1-7 p.m.
Where: American Legion
NO-VEL Post 159, 1770 E.
Venice Ave., Venice
Notes:1Vatch your favor-
ite NFL team and enjoy
special wings and things
on the menu. Open to
the public.
Call: 488-1157

BingO
Time: 1:30-5 p.m.
Where: Knights of Co-
lumbus Council Home,
512 Substation Road,
Venice
Notes: Doors open at
noon. Nonsmoking. Re-
freshments available.
Call: 485-1663

Venice-NokomiS
duplicate bridge
Time: 1:30 p.m., open
and separate novice
games
Where: 751 South U.S. 41
Bypass, Venice
Notes: This is friendly
and competitive bridge
for players of all ages,
sanctioned by the Ameri-
can Contract Bridge
League. Food and drinks
available.
Cost: $8
Call:485-8366
Link: www.venice
duplicatebridge.net or
www.bridgebuddy.net

Italian
language forum
Time: 2-4 p.m.
Where: Italian Ameri-
can Club, 1375 Ringling
Drive, Venice
Notes: Classes will
include reading and
discussion of the Italian
language with an empha-
sis on the culture, history
and art of Italy. Classes
are complimentary.
Call: 486-1492
Link: www.italianamerican
clubofvenice.com

Strenuous

Tie bike hike

Where: T. Mabry Carlton
Jr. Memorial Reserve'
1800 Mabry Carlton
Parkway, Venice


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Notes: Participants must
be experienced off-road
bicyclists and physically
fit for strenuous bike
hike adventures offered
on the first Sunday of the
month. Reservations are
required. Ride is limited
to six participants.
Call: Larry Robbins,
544-0555
Link: http://web.me.com/
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MONDAY, NOV. 7

Venice
concert Band

Time: 7 p.m.
Where: Venice Com-
munity Center, 326 S.
Nokomis Ave., Venice
Notes: Bill Millner di-
rects his 75-piece band
performing Salute to
Veterans, the first of six
concerts for the season.
The American Legion
NO-VEL Post 159 Color
Guard will present the
colors. Tickets are avail-
able the afternoon of
the concert from 1 to
2:30 p.m. in the com-
munity center's lobby
and at the door. Season
tickets will be available
at a cost of $30 for six
concerts. Doors open at
6:15 p.m.
Cost: $5
Call: 480-1704

A night to dance
RSVP: Nov. 7
Date/time: Nov. 10;
7-10 p.m.
Where: Venice Com-
munity Center, 326 S.
Nokomis Ave., Venice
Notes: Music by Daniel
Fugazzotto; free dance
class byVito and Marilyn
Carcioppolo at 6:30 p.m.
Bring your own beverage
and snacks.
Cost: $10
Call: 496-9692

Pegr reform|
COUnSeling
Time: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Where: Vomen's
Resource Center, 703
Center Road, Venice
Notes: Feeling over-
whelmed? Specially
trained volunteers listen,
assess, go over options
and refer clients to
appropriate agencies.
Strictly confidential. Call
for appointment.
Cost: $5
Call: 485-9724
Link: www.thewomens
resourcecenter.org

Sh uffleboard

Time: 1-4 p.m.
Where: Hecksher Park,
450 V. Venice Ave.,
venice
Notes: All instruction and
equipment are provided.
Cost: $1 nonmembers;
free to members
Call: Bill, 586-5889


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Monday, Vednesday and
Friday
Where: Meet at Centen-
nial Park, near gazebo,
downtown Venice
Notes: People of all ages,
paces and distances are
welcome. Run-walkers
are welcome. The group
meets Tuesdays for core
body workouts and other
exercises. No cost, just
your commitment.
Call: Tuula, 488-5688

Line dancing
ClaSSeS

Time: 7-8:30 p.m. Mon-
days and1Vednesdays
Where: Call for location
in Venice.
Notes: Call to register.
Cost: $5
Call: Jackiel~heeler,
493-2776

Individual
art instruction
Dates/times: Mon-
day-Thursday by
appointment
Where: Venice Art Cen-
ter, 390 S. Nokomis Ave,
Venice
Notes: Private instruc-
tion and critique with
Dr. Mary-Louise Biasotti
Hooper. Advance reg-
istration is required, by
phone or ontheveb.
Cost: $20 per hour
members, $25 per hour
nonmembers
Call: 485-7136
Link: www.veniceart
center.com

Dancing
Time: 6-9 p.m.
Where: Veterans of For-
eignl~ars Post 8118, 832
E. Venice Ave., Venice
Notes: Food is available
for purchase 4:30-7 p.m.
Call: 484-8118

Venetian
Harmony rehearsal
Time: 6:45-9:45 p.m.
Where: United Church of
Christ, Naar Hall, 620 E.
Shamrock Blvd., Venice
Notes: New members of all
ages are welcome to expe-
rience the joy of women's
barbershop music.
Call: 480-1480
Link: www.venetian
harmony~org

|talian
Iang Uage ClaSS
Time: 4-5:30 p.m.
Where: Italian Ameri-
can Club, 1375 Ringling
Drive, Venice
Notes: Intermediate Ital-
ian Language Class, fo-
cusing on the knowledge
of the language and a


study of Italian literature.
Call: 486-1492
Link: www.italianamerican
clubofvenice.com

Venice ArchiveS
and Area
Historical Collection
Time: 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday
Where: Historic Triangle
Inn, 351 S. Nassau St.,
Venice
Notes: See the variety
of artifacts collected by
Venice Archives and Area
Historical Collection,
including the new exhibit
"Wish Youl~ere Here:
Florida Tourist Souvenirs
1900s-1960s." Call James
Hagler, director, to ar-
range personal research.
Call: 486-2487

Drawing
at the beach
Time: 10-11 a.m.
Where: Heritage Park
across from Venice
Beach, Venice
Notes: Bring a chair,
pencil and sketchbook
for this free class.
Call: Madge Meyer,
234-3498

Train Depot tourS
Time: 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Monday, Vednesdays
and Fridays; 10 a.m.-
1 p.m. Saturday
Where: Train Depot, Sea-
board Avenue, Venice
Notes: For tours of 10 or
more, call Jerry at 496-
9474. The Red Caboose
tours available.
Call: 412-0151, leave a
message.

Venice Area
Computer UserS
Time: 4-6 p.m.
Where: Venice Public
Library, 300 S. Nokomis
Ave., Venice
Notes: The group meets
once a month. Learn to
use the computer. Ques-
tion and answer time is
followed by a computer
lesson.
Cost: $30 per year mem-
bership; $2 guests
Call: Ann, 484-9339
Link: www.thevacug.com

Garden
lecture and tour
Time: 9-11 a.m.
Where: Shamrock Park
and Nature Center, 3900
Shamrock Road, South
Venice


Notes: Seven demonstra-
tion gardens are at the
park. Master gardeners
of Sarasota County talk
about their Florida-
friendly gardens on the
first Monday of every
month and give a tour.
Call: 486-2706

Being My Own
Best Friend

Time: noon-3 p.m.
Where: Vomen's Re-
source Center, 703 Cen-
ter Road, Venice
Notes: Own your life.
Learn healthy ways to
deal with transition and
frustration, and to deal
with negative and ag-
gressive people. Michele
Frith, certified life coach,
will show the way. Pre-
registration is required.
cost: as members, $8
nonmembers
Call: 485-9724
Link: www~thewomens
resourcecenter.org

Beg inning Again
Time: 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Where: Vomen's Re-
source Center, 703 Cen-
ter Road, Venice
Notes: Michele Frith,
certified life coach, dis-
cusses topics related to
divorce, such as denial,
fear, letting go, transition
and looking ahead. Pre-
registration is required.
Cost: $5 members
Call: 485-9724
Link: www~thewomens
resourcecenter.org

Guard plans
ad litem meet

Time: noon-1 p.m.
Where: Starbucks, 1500
South U.S. 41 Bypass at
Center Road, Venice
Notes: Local guardians
will hold a meet-and-
greet monthly and offer
a free cup of coffee to
anyone interested in
learning how to become
a voice for children who
have been abused and
are in the court system.
Call: 484-8386
Link: www.12gal.org

introductionn
to computers
Time: 6-3 p.m.
Where: Vomen's Re-
source center, 70s cen-
ter Road, Venice
Notes: Hands-on introduc-
tion to computer use for
beginners, presented by
Tiana Emsley-Dawoodjee.
Pre-payment is required.


Bing O
Time: 6 p.m.
Where: Disabled Ameri-
can Veterans, 600 East
Colonia Lane, Nokomis
Call: 488-4500

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

Guitar lessonS

Time: 5 and 6 p.m.
Where: Troll Music, 513
E. Venice Ave., Venice
Notes: Greg Byler teaches
level 1 classes from 5 to
6 p.m. and level 2 classes
from 6 to 7 p.m.
Cost: $8 per hour
Call: 496-4398

Gondoliers chorus

Time: 6:15-9 p.m.
Where: Lakeside Luther-
an 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: Vayne Hart,
966-4321

Sun coast
Chorale rehearsal

Time: 6:45-8:45 p.m.
Where: Trinity Presbyte-
rian Church, 4365 State
Road 776., Englewood
Call: 888-326-8403
Link: www.suncoast
chorale.org

Venice-NokomiS
duplicate bridge
Time: 1 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.
Food and drinks available.
Cost: $8
Call: 485-8366
Link: www.venice
duplicatebridge.net or
www.bridgebuddy.net

Bridge lessonS
Time: 9:30-11:45 a.m.
Where: 751 South U.S. 41
Bypass, Venice
Notes: Class is for
beginners.
Cost: $10
Call: 485-8366
Link: www.venice
duplicatebridge.net or
www.bridgebuddy.net

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Thursday, November 10Oth

1:00 3:00 p.m.
presented by: Conly Acton, Registered Dietitian

All lectures will be held at the
Venice HealthPark Lions Club Community Room
1283 Jacaranda Boulevard, Venice
Please RSVP to 486-6024.


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SUN NEWSPAPERS 5B

of planes, cars, ships,
military vehicles and sci-
ence fiction items.
Call: Don, 497-7901

Employment
Success
Time: 10-11:30 a.m.
Where: Vomen's Re-
source Center, 703 Cen-
ter Road, Venice
Notes: Career adviser
Ania Morris offers tips
for today's resume,
interviewing skills and
job research strategies.
Learn local labor market
insights.
Cost: $5
Call: 485-9724
Link: www.thewomens
resourcecenter.org

Divorce
and the law

Time: 6-7:30 p.m.
Where: Vomen's Re-
source center, 70s cen-
ter Road, Venice
Notes: Marcella Mika,
attorney, presents things
to consider when hiring
an attorney, including
logistics of the divorce
process.
Cost: $5 members, $8
nonmembers
Call: 485-9724
Link: www.thewomens
resourcecenter.org

Beach nature walk
Time: 9-11 a.m.
Where: Caspersen Beach,
south end of Harbor
Drive, Venice
Notes: Join naturalist
Bud Doyle on a guided
tour of Venice's rural
beach, Caspersen. Free.
Open to the public.
Call: 488-4158



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FROM PAGE 2

Huckleberry Finn" was
adapted bylvilliam Haupt-
man with music and lyrics
by Roger Miller. The Roger
Miller sound is quite ap-
parent. Many songs have
his sing-along quality.
"Big River" continues
through Nov. 27 on the
main stage at Venice
Theatre, 1401V. Tampa Ave.
Tickets are $24 for adults
and $12 for students,
Tuesday through Thursday,
and $27 for adults and $15
for students on weekends.
Visit www.venicestage.
com or call 941-488-1115.
The box office is open
weekdays from 10 a.m. to
5 p.m., 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Saturday and one hour
before all shows.

Email: kcool@venicegondolier.com


Center Road, Venice
Notes: Career adviser
Ania Morris offers one-
on-one appointments to
help with employment
resources: resumes,
employment resources,
job searching, interview-
ing and educational
resources.
Cost: $5
Call: 485-9724
Link: www~thewomens
resourcecenter.org

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COURSeling
Time: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Where:1Vomen's Re-
source Center, 703 Cen-
ter Road, Venice
Notes: Feeling over-
whelmed? Specially
trained volunteers listen,
assess, go over options
and refer clients to
appropriate agencies.
Strictly confidential. Call
for appointment.
Cost: $5
Call: 485-9724
Link: www~thewomens
resourcecenter.org

South County
Jazz Club

Time: 5:30-8:30 p.m.
every Tuesday
Where: Snook Haven,
5000 E. Venice Ave.,
Venice
Notes: Bring your instru-
ment and be prepared to
jam. No admission fee.
Call: Morrie Trum-
ble, 379-3345 or
407-491-2895
Link: www~southcounty
jazz.org

ToastmasterS
Time: 7:30-8:45 a.m.
Where: Venice Area
Board of Realtors build-
ing, 680 Substation Road,
Venice
Notes: Visitors are
welcome to join the fun
while developing com-
munication and leader-
ship skills.

Club food

Time: 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Where: American Legion
NO-VEL Post 159, 1770 E.
Venice Ave., Venice
Notes: Members and
guests are welcome.
Call: 488-1157

Time: 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
lunch; 5-7 p.m. dinner
Where: Venice-Nokomis
Elks Lodge, 1021 Discov-
erylvay, Nokomis
Notes: Eat in or carry
out.
Call: 486-1854

BingO
Time: 6-8 p.m.
Where: Venice-Nokomis
Elks Lodge, 1021 Dis-
coverylvay (off Laurel


Road on Knights Trail),
Nokomis
Notes: Bonanza bingo
$1 per card; 10 games
for $10. Bozo bingo
pots $250. Food service
by Buffalo Bill's Cater-
ing 4:45-7 p.m. Public
welcome.
Call: 486-1854

BingO
Time: 6 p.m.
Where: Eagles Aerie,
621 East Colonia Lane,
Nokomis
Notes: Food available;
smoking permitted.
Call: 484-4470

Dancing
Time: 4:30-7:30 p.m.
Where: Veterans of For-
eign Wars Post 8118, 832
E. Venice Ave., Venice
Notes: Food is available
for purchase 4:30-7 p.m.
Call: 484-8118

Croquet
Time: 10 a.m.
Where:1Vellfield Park,
corner of Pinebrook
Road and Lucaya Avenue,
Venice
Notes: free lessons
Call: Marge Chandler,
488-2747

Dance

Time: 4:30-7:30 p.m.
Where: Veterans of For-
eignl~ars Post 8118, 832
E. Venice Ave., Venice
Call: 484-8118

Venice-Nokomis
du plicate bridge
Time: 1 p.m.
Where: 751 South U.S. 41
Bypass, Venice
Notes: This is friendly
and competitive bridge
for players of all ages,
sanctioned by the Ameri-
can Contract Bridge
League. Food and drinks
available.
Cost: $8
Call: 485-8366
Link: www.venice
duplicatebridge.net or
www.bridgebuddy.net

Bridge lessonS
Time: 9:30-11:45 a.m.
Where: 751 South U.S. 41
Bypass, Venice
Notes: Class is for inter-
mediate players.
Cost: $10
Call: 485-8366
Link: www.venice
duplicatebridge.net or
www.bridgebuddy.net

Easy b rid ge 1
Time: 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Where: 751 South U.S. 41
Bypass (Rattan Wicker
Furniture building),
Venice
Notes: Learn bridge as


you play. Partners guar-
anteed. First four lessons
are free.
Call: 485-8366
Email: jgordon6342@
verizon.net

Venice Archives
and Area
Historical Collection
Time: 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday
Where: Historic Triangle
Inn, 351 S. Nassau St.,
Venice
Notes: See the variety
of artifacts collected by
Venice Archives and Area
Historical Collection,
including the new exhibit
"Wish You ~ere Here:
Florida Tourist Souvenirs
1900s-1960s." Call James
Hagler, director, to ar-
range personal research.
Call: 486-2487

Loving What Is
Time: 10 a.m.-noon
Where: Miracle House,
building behind Unity
Church, 125 North Jack-
son Road, Venice
Notes: Judylvalthall, a
licensed Unity teacher
reads from "Tao Te
Ching," an ancient
Chinese wisdom book,
and then reads what
Wayne Dwyer and Byron
Katie say about it. Visitors
and new members wel-
come. Love offering.
Call: Judylvalthall,
488-6440

D rawing
at the beach
Time: 10-11 a.m.
Where: Heritage Park
across from Venice
Beach, Venice
Notes: Bring a chair,
pencil and sketchbook
for this free class.
Call: Madge Meyer,
234-3498

|talian culture
and lang uage claSS
Time: 4-6 p.m.
Where: Italian Ameri-
can Club, 1375 Ringling
Drive, Venice
Notes: Class is for begin-
ners. Object of class is to
foster knowledge of the
language and an under-
standing of the Italian
culture. Classes are
complimentary.
Call: 486-1492
Link: www.italianamerican
clubofvenice.com

Country
Time Sing erS
Time: 5-7 p.m.
Where: Venice Beach
pavilion, 101 The Espla-
nade (end of West Venice


Avenue), Venice
Notes: The band plays
folk and country original
songs. Bring a chair. Free.
Call: Janice Marmion,
412-3333

Hula lessons
Time: 11 a.m.-noon
Where: Venice Com-
munity Center, 326 S.
Nokomis Ave., Venice
Cost: $10
Call: 474-6412

American
Legion Auxiliary
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Where: American Legion
NO-VEL Post 159, 1770 E.
Venice Ave., Venice
Notes: Executive meeting
starts at 7 p.m.; regular
meeting is at 7:30 p.m.
All members are asked
to bring a nonperishable
item for the food bank.

IVarine
Corps League
Time: 7 p.m.
Where: Disabled Ameri-
can Veterans, 600 E.
Colonia Ave., Nokomis
Notes: The Gulf Coast
Detachment No. 643
invites all former ma-
rines and fleet Marine
force Navy corpsmen to
attend.
Call: Joelvilliams,
993-8202
Email: joewill421@
frontier.com

South County
Road RiderS

Time: 7 p.m.
Where: Honda dealership,
811 U.S. 41 Bypass, Venice
Notes: This is the regular
monthly meeting of this
motorcycle group. New
members are welcome.
Call: 408-9469

Gulf Coast
Knitting Guild
Time: 6-8 p.m.
Where: Loveland Center,
157 South Havana Road,
Venice
Notes: The club provides
education and commu-
nication to advance the
quality and creativity of
knitting to its members.
Call: Colette Sears,
497-6342

Wings, WheelS
and Keels club

Time: 7 p.m. the second
and fourth Tuesdays
Where: East Village Mas-
ters Association, 3000
East Village Drive, Venice
Notes: Club membership
is of all ages and skill lev-
els to build, display and
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Cost: $5 members, $8
nonmembers
Call:485-9724
Link: www~thewomens
resourcecenter.org

Challenge:
Design your life
Dates/time: Nov, 7, 8, 9
and 10; 9:30-2:30 p.m.
Where: Vomen's Re-
source Center, 703 Cen-
ter Road, Venice
Notes: In this signature
challenge program,
designed for personal
and professional de-
velopment, women get
the tools to incorporate
changes in a positive
way. Vomen of all experi-
ences benefit from this
life-management skills
training.
Cost: $50, scholarships
available.
Call: 485-9724
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Ba||room
dance classeS
RSVP: Nov. 8
Dates: Nov. 9-Dec. 14,
Wednesdays only
Where: Venice Com-
munity Center, 326 S.
Nokomis Ave., Venice
Notes: No class Nov. 23
for this five-week ses-
sion. Beginnerlinter-
mediate class is 7:30-
8:30 p.m.; advanced class
is 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Call: Marilyn or Vito,
496-9692, or Betty,
485-2297
Email: thecarcioppolos@
hotmail.com

Sarasota Opera
studio singerS
RSVP: Nov. 8
Date/time: Nov. 9, 7 p.m.
Where: Italian Ameri-
can Club of Venice, 1375
Ringling Drive, Venice
Notes: Sarasota Op-
era Studio Singers will
perform great works
from the opera world as
well as works from the
American musical stage.
The program is sched-
uled for one evening only
and seating is limited.
Biscotti and coffee will
be provided.
Cost: $12 members, $17
guests
Call: Barbara, 493-8883
Link: www.italianamerican
clubofvenice.com

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CONTACT US
KIM COOL
FEATURES EDITOR
941-207-1105
kcool@venicegondolier.com
SUN NEWSPAPERS


By KIM COOL
FEATUREs EDITOR

Editor's note: This is the
conclusion ofa seven-part
series about traveling the
coast ofNorway aboard a
Heurtigruten ship, one of
several ships on a line that
dates to 1893. WVith four
other travel writers, guests
oflnnovations Norway, the
writer travelled aboard the
Nordlys, which was built
in 1994.

M\/y six-day cruise
aboard the Heuritgruten
cruise ship Nordlys ended
in Bergen, a World Heri-
tage site, cultural mecca,
education center and Nor-
way's second-largest city.
Even the weather was
sad, dropping gentle tears
from gray skies over the
city's seven mountains
and many colorful build-
ings that edge its harbor.
As I learned from a
shopkeeper while pur-
chasing a Norwegian rain
poncho, rain is no stranger
to this city.
"It rained every day this
summer," the young man
said. "I will be glad to leave
and get back to school."
Although Bergen is
known for its universities,
he was going to school in
Oslo, which he said has far
more sunshine.
What Bergen does have
in addition to its universi-
ties is its famous World
Heritage site, the Hanse-
atic Wharf, which dates to
1360. Our guide showed
us the Hanseatic Museum
of Medieval Archeology,
where we saw the remains
of some of the oldest
buildings and learned
about the city's oldest
building, the Rosenkrantz
Tower, which dates to 1240
and "is the best preserved
national museum in
Norway." With only a day
and a half to see Bergen,
I had to put that on my
list of things to see when I
return.
Instead, I got an over-
view of the "seven moun-
tains" of Bergen, which
the guide compared to the
Seven Hills of Rome. We
walked through some of
the Hanseatic buildings,
reboarded our tour bus
and passed by such major
sites as the entrance to
the funicular, St. Mary's
Church, Bergen Museum,


sale and decided I could
liV6 Without one in Florida.
Had I not made that deci-
sion, US. Customs likely
would have made the
same decision on my
behalf.
Noting that no one was
in line for the downhill
trip, I headed to the front
of the line and soon was
able to get on board, in the
front row, despite a group
of youngsters who tried to
race me for the door. Alas,
with rain drops all over
the windows, there was
not much to be gained
down front. It did afford
a better view of the area
where the track separates
so that uphill cars can pass
the downhill cars about
midway on the hillside.
Disembarking, I headed
down past the McDonald's
and over to the Hanseatic
buildings. There I discov-
ered a needlework store
that sold many of the
items my business partner
and I used to see in our
needlework store in Cleve-
land. At the back of the
store was a treasure trove
of souvenirs, and at one
side of the store a wonder-
ful selection of Norwegian
knitwear.
There was a stunning
navy sweater with hand
embroidered trim for just
$79, if my math was cor-
rect. It would look nice in
the closet piled atop the
sweater I bought in Ireland
two years ago and the
one from England a few
years before that. I took a
photo instead of buying
it. Floridians only need so
many sweaters and I think
I already have twice that
number, whatever that
number is.
The shop next door is
where I acquired my blue
Norwegian poncho.
Outside on the street,
three men were chatting
with each other as their
matching fluffy dogs stood
patiently by their sides. On
a sunny day there would
be hundreds of people
sitting in the chairs in
front of the shops. Instead,
most people were spend-
ing more time inside the
various shops and in the
museum.
There are narrow alleys
between some of these
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Bergen Cathedral, the seat of
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the center of Bergen. It dates
to about 1181.


MacAir in Norway.
Back at the Comfort Inn,
I headed straight to bed as
it was nearly 11 p.m. and
I wanted to be up and out
early for my last full day in
Norway.
Breakfast at the hotel
was similar to what I was
used to on the Nordlys.
After juice, cereal and tea,
I was on my way, camera
and Bergen visitor card
in hand. The Bergen card
gives you free passage on
the city buses and light rail
plus admission to most of
the city's museums and
other attractions, includ-
ing the Floibanen Fu-
nicular from city center to
Mount Floyen.
I headed past the harbor
and Hanseatic buildings
toward the funicular's
entrance, which is just up
yet another hill from the
harbor. It was still drizzly
and overcast but I wanted
to see as much as possible
of Bergen and that would
get me the best bird's-eye
view of the city.
I was lucky enough to
get on the next car for
what is about a seven-
minute trip up the steep
hill. Wedged into the car,
I could get few photos
going up and vowed to be
at the front of the line for
the return trip. On a sunny
day, the views in all direc-
tions would be awesome.
But even with an overcast
sky, I could get an idea
of the area. During the
summer months there is a
walking tour at the top of
the hill. You can ride until
midnight then and until
11 p.m. the rest of the year.
There is a restaurant
and gift shop at the top. I
noted reindeer hides for


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The Hanseatic area known as Bryggen is a World Heritage site, located along the wharf in
Bergen, Norway.


aquarium, Bergen Art Mu-
seum and a McDonald's
- which happens to be
located in the city's oldest
house.
WTe also got to see the
home of Edvard Grieg
which is just outside of
Bergen in Troldhaugen.
Thank goodness for
umbrellas for it was quite
a hike from the parking
lot to the museum, then
to the house, then to his
cottage overlooking the
ford and then to his final
resting place. Even with
the rainy weather, though,
it was easy to see the in-
spiration for his beautiful
music, especially the view
from the cottage where he
did most of his composing
work.
Back at the gift shop and
cafe building we learned
we had just missed a short
concert by a pianist in the
small auditorium, which
also has a view of the ford.
Concerts are given on
Wednesday and Sunday
during the summer.Wear
good walking shoes, as the
site is quite hilly and there
are many steps up to the
house, down to the cottage
and down farther to the
grave, then up again to the
path to parking.
The skies were growing
ever darker as we returned
to the Comfort Inn where
we would spend the last
two nights of our journey
to Norway. Moderately


priced but with all the
modern amenities, the
hotel is about a block up
the hill from the harbor
and on the side of the har-
bor opposite the wooden
Hanseatic buildings. The
next day, it proved an ideal
location from which to
set off on foot to further
explore Bergen.
But first, an exquisite
dinner at Jacobs Bar
& Kjokken at 44 Kong
Oscarsgate. As it was
still drizzling outside, we
carried umbrellas as we
strolled the few blocks to
the bar.W~e were well cared
for by Joseph R. DiBiasi, an
American transplant mar-
ried to a Russian. DiBiasi
is the wine director, or
sommelier, at Jacobs and
proved himself a master of
far more as he suggested
wines appropriate to the
various entrees on the
somewhat limited menu.
The five entrees were:
tusk with white bean and
garlic puree, fennel and to-
mato jus; hake with carrot,
herb and capers butter;
pork with cabbage, radish
and mint; turkey liver with
beetroot and that sauce;
and risotto with fresh scal-
lops. There were two sides:
potatoes from Lygra and a
green salad.
Starters included cau-
liflower soup; poached
egg with pancetta, turnips
and flatbread; mussels
steamed in dark beer; liver


parfait with cucumber
salad and walnuts; and
deep fried sprats and
lemon.
According to a note on
the menu and also ac-
cording to DiBiasi, Jabobs
serves very little meat and
only fish caught in the
wild. I chose the pork and
was served something
akin to a braised pork
steak. It was quite tasty.
For dessert I had "Frit-
yrstekt squash fra Lygra,
vaniljeis og sjokolade."
Think squash fries with
vanilla sauce and you will
be close.
Jacobs offered a prix-fixe
menu the night we dined
there. It included the cau-
liflower soup, tusk (similar
to cod), pork entree and
dessert for 555 Norwegian
k~roners per person. When
I was there the exchange
rate was roughly five
k~roners per dollar. I like to
round off the exchange so
that Iwll get happy su-
prise when I return home
instead of bad news.
Walking back to the
hotel was a good thing to
do after all that and it gave
me another chance to look
at shop windows. Sadly,
that is about all we could
do in the case of these
stores because they would
not be open on Sunday. As
we passed the Apple store,
I was especially sad be-
cause I really would have
liked to find a cover for my


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beach time with business
gatherings takes plan-
ning, especially when
you're traveling indepen-
dently. While heading out
for an extreme sporting
vacation with no checked
luggage might not be
achievable, it is possible
to pack light while work-
ing from the road on a


soft adventure getaway.
FOOtWear: When
traveling to moderate
climates, plan to get by
with two sets of footwear.
One should be suitable
for business, while the
other stands ready for
adventure activities. For
me, this means a pair
of high-heeled knee
boots and sturdy hiking
sandals. Every dressy
outfit I pack works with
the boots, while the hik-
ing sandals function on
trails, cobblestone streets


and rocky beaches. Ifby
chance I need something
more pedicure-friendly,
flip-flops are always
available for a song at the
nearest street-side stall.
Clothing: Since I'm
usually not climbing
Kilimanjaro, I can get
by with one exercise top
and a couple of thin,
dressy T-shirts suitable
for dressing up a pair of
jeans or wearing under
a pantsuit. Aside from
one heavy pair to deal
with unexpected weather


shifts, I keep it thin on
the sock scene as well.
Target has an affordable
selection of quick-drying
black dress socks by
Merona that includes a
variety of styles to suit
your shoe preferences.
Storage: I've found that
carrying a small, expand-
able clutch gives me ac-
cess to everything I need
for an evening out with
clients or a day of shop-
ping and exploration.
It's just slightly larger
than a regular women's


wallet and moves eas-
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totes, rolling duffels or
whatever I happen to be
using at the time. Many
men prefer messenger
bags when functioning
on the road as a digital
nomad. They're more
discreet than an expen-
sive briefcase, and the
extra space allows for the
transport of files, gear
and clothing.
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possible noun or pro-
noun that could be up
to the task: "who." The
clause "who is calling" is
a little hard to identify in
this sentence because it
has another clause stuck
in the middle "shall I
say." But when you start
pairing up verbs with
their subjects, you see
that the action "is call-
ing" requires a subject.
If you understand that
"who" is a subject pro-
noun and "whom" is an
object pronoun, it's clear
that "who" is the only
correct choice here.
The trick is to know
that the object of the
verb "say" is not a single
word but a whole clause
- "who is calling" and
that clauses need subjects
even when the whole
clause is working as an
object.
A more common pro-
noun error occurs when
someone says, "This is
just between you and I."
Linguists argue that this
is an acceptable idiom.
But what's not accept-
able is people choosing
it because they think
"between you and me" is
wrong.
On the contrary, "be-
tween you and me" is
the grammatical choice
and the preferred form
among grammar-savvy
people. "Between" is a
preposition, and preposi-
tions take objects, which
are always considered to
be in the objective case.
For example, the "me" is
an object and its corre-
sponding subject is "I."
"Him" is an object, and
its corresponding subject
form is "he." "Us" is an


object, and it's paired
with the subject "we."
And so on. So if you start
tinkering by plugging
in different subject and
object pronouns, you
quickly see that "between
us" is a lot better than
"between we," and that's
your clue that even if the
object of the preposition
is plural "you and me" it
should be in the object
form.
One of the most baf-
fling pronoun situations
occur when we use a
sentence like "It is I who
am your boss." Stop
to analyze this and it
becomes almost im-
possible to understand
why it's not "It is I who
is your boss." After all,
"who is" is right in most
other contexts and "who
am" seems downright
weird. But according
to "Garner's Modern
American Usage," the
word "who" agrees with
whatever pronoun it re-
fers to. So in "It is I who
am," the "who" refers
to "I," which goes with
"am."
This becomes a little
more obvious in other
situations. For example,
you'd probably always
choose "It is we who are
here" over "It is we who
is here." You'd be right,
and you'd be years ahead
of the kid who used to
get in trouble for using
"Bobby and me" as a
subject.

June Casagrande is
the author of "It W/as the
Best of Sentences, It W/as
the W/orst of Sentences."
She can be reached at
JuneTCNeaol. com.

best-selling co-author of
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we worked on internally.
\fOv V6 RSo got our eyes on
other "improvements" we
think will make the paper
better. That's where you
come in.
The word "improve-
ments" appears in quotes
because telling our read-
ers we're making the pa-
per better without asking
them how they like it in
the first place is like the
old joke about the nine
most terrifying words in
the English language: "I'm
from the government and
I'm here to help." Unilat-
erally changing some-
thing sends shivers down
my spine and that of the
circulation manager,
whose staff has to field
the angry phone calls
from people complaining
that we "fixed" something
that wasn't broken,
\Ve want to form a
readers panel of 12 or so
people (subscribers and
non) to tell us what they
like about the paper (a
long list, hopefully) and
what they don't (a short
one, with any luck). Obvi-
ously, the final decision
about how we do what we
do rests with us, but your
input will carry a lot of
weight.
Do we write too many
stories about the city?
Should we provide more
business coverage? Do we
give too much space to
items in Venue? Ve'd like
to know what you think.
Do we use too many
photos? Are the puzzles
too hard? Is the index
useful?1Ve're open to
looking at everything,

into a single excursion,
or tackling back-to-back
to back trips with differ-
ent agendas, I've found
success by maintaining
similar routines and
packing procedures for


from front page to back.
Although all parts of
the paper are fair game,
what we specifically need
input on are the front and
Our Town sections. If you
have comments about the
classified, Let's Go!, the
comics, coupons or other
items, we can relay them
to the right people but
those are things we don't
control.
Also note that any
changes we make will
need to fit into our bud-
get. It would be nice, but
too expensive, to have
color on every page. There
are features we know you
would like but they aren't
free. Coverage of the Bucs
and the Rays would be
popular with some but
not possible with our
staffing, and not appropri-
ate within our mission as
a community paper.
If you've got opinions
about the paper and a
couple of hours to spare,
send me an email (ad-
dress below) with your
name, address and phone
number. Ve'll pick a
panel from among the
responses and get a meet-
ing set up, to be moder-
ated by someone not
affiliated with us. If you'd
like to offer your thoughts
but not be considered to
be on the panel, you can
send those in too.
Let us hear from you
soon or we'll start mak-
ing changes without you.
And you know what that
means.
(Shiver.)

Email: bmudge@venicegondolier.com

both. Certain catego-
ries of things such as
tech cords, cosmetics
and accessories always
get packed in the same
small pouches. Also,
while varying climates


By BOB MUDGE
EDITOR


I hope you've noticed
two recent changes about
the paper:1Ve have a
new masthead/banner/
flag (the thing at the top
of the front page; differ-
ent papers call it differ-
ent things), and we've
changed the name back
to the Venice Gondolier.
As you might think, the
changes were connected.
The paper has had sev-
eral names over the years,
with Gondolier a pretty
constant element the last
few decades. "Sun" was
added about 1() years ago
to tie us more closely to
our parent company, Sun
Coast Media Group, but
with the recent addition
to the family of a paper
called the Sun, it seemed
a good move to go back to
Gondolier. Ve don't want
people to confuse the two
products, and even over
the last 1() years this pa-
per has still been known
as the Gondolier.
Once the decision
was made to change the
name, it was only logical
to consider redesigning
the banner. Just drop-
ping "Sun" wouldn't have
worked and we hadn't
freshened up the page in
a while. The new design
is narrower, which lets
us bring the front-page
content up a little, and
provides space to tease
four stories instead of
three to give you a better
idea at a glance of what's
behind the front page.
Those were changes


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NOVEMBER 5, 2011 WEEKEND EDITION



L O E H N GLO K I N G F 0 R





Saturday's Sudoku, horoscopes, movie

liStings and Dear Abby are in the real

eState classified section along with a

bonus crossword puzzle and a host of

Other features. The Sudoku solution still

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Edited by Linda and Charles Preston


ACROSS
1 Word with back

4 Sp aer's platform
8 Like a sylph
12 Sound off
17 Joer froneup
20 Slightest bit
21 Polite denial
22 Part of a
H loqween
26 On the way
27 First name in scat
28 Blackboard
29 Cm encement
30 Do in
31 Radar screen
image
32 Society page word
33 Choose
34 Cape of Good
Hope explorer
a92Ancror citont'd.:
Te demons are
46 Bone: comb. form
47 Kind of review
48 Give it aten
49 Man from Muscat
50 L.A. studio
51Dir into deeply
54 Trapped
55 Even steven
56 "... the six
hundred"
57 Rubik of the cube

58 Heyerdahl
59 22 Across cont'd.:
Was it the
cooking?
66 To
67 Army meal
68Nattor aktalie
70 Man o'War's
nickname
73 Nuisance
74 Susan, Sam or
75 hR a flight
76Crowtdesoundsvn
der Rohe
78 Garage event
79 Alto, Calif.
8 A ross cont'd
86 Work units
87 Bert Bobbsey's
twin
88 Frigid
89 Cautious
90 majesty
91 coin


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94 Nontransparency
98Lmoond orS Ne
101 22 Across cont'd.:
So she's working
alone?
105 Wreck completely
106 Prepare for
107 Seuingproblems
108 Formal reception
room
109 Portrayer of 97
Down
10 Lubrak'setools

112 Author/journalist
Lerner

DOWN
1 Halloween mo.
2 Cabbie's
customers
3 Facade
4 Gorme-Lawrence
offering
5 Grenoble girlfriend
6 Saud


7 God": oath
8 Rdiu ous
9 "Whatever _
wants .-
10 "Where _at":
action center
11 Tat
12Radily av liable
14 Wimbledon champ:
1975
15 Stadium feature
16Ocean avians

imprisonment
19Wheat r gredient
nursed a grievance
24 Send to cloud nine
25 Lace or linen
30 Dr etalian white
31 Itty _
34 Short two-way
conversation
35 Poet Walter de
36 North African dress
37 "... tekel,
upharsin"


38 "Put on it!"
t9Sringtime of life
41 Member of the
wedding
42 "The Prime of Miss
Jean "
43 Tag
44 Squeezes water
45 Testimonial VIP
51 Preliminary tryout
52 Wandered around
53 Seize forcibly
54Coe ts ~ce
Urfa's site
58 Extra for the price
of one
60 Ba ewbae@ s

61 Arabian bigwigs
62 Milan's La _
63 Religion founded in
Iran
64 German violinist
Busch
65 Railroad station
70 Yugoslavia's Tito


71 "Last Days of
72 mpeii" heroine
73 Muppet's Miss -
74 Hollywood's
Mansfield
77 grig": full of
fun
79En ei 's forte
81 Moorland
82 Dress or blouse cut
83 Repeats
s9Eedr ie power
90 Comes in last

9 o pck leader
94 Cognizant of
95 Steno's group
96 Nick and Nora's
97 detective Charlie
98 Loll about
99 Bosc
100 Aleutian island
102 geese
a-laying"
103 Pasture
104 Grow


Florida's Blood Centers
needs all types of blood
donations.
Donating blood takes
about an hour. Every
donor receives a mini-
physical and a screening
with each donation.
Donations are taken at
the new location, 4155
South Tamiami Trail,
Venice Village Shoppes,
Venice, or on The Big
Red Bus, which will be
in Venice Sunday, Nov. 6,
8:30 a.m.-1 p.m., at Our


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Senior Friendship (enters
2350 Scenic Drive, Venice
941-584-0075

Craft and
holiday sale

Senior Friendship
Centers holds its semi-
annual craft and holiday
sale from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 3, and
Friday, Nov. 4 with items
crafted by the partici-
pants and volunteers.
Proceeds benefit the frail
elderly who attend The
Living Room Adult Day
Care.

Classes

Classes, programs
and activities for people
50 and older are of-
fered on an ongoing
basis. Class fees are $3
and help cover center
operational costs. Bal-
ance movement class is
$4 per class. Call Tom
Harlow at 941-556-3259
if this presents a hard-
ship. Open weekdays
8:15 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Dining, noon, for 60
and older; suggested
donation is $3.50. Lunch
reservations required
24 hours in advance.


Call941-584-0090 or
941-584-0067.

MONDAY

Associated Medicare
Patients counselors,
10 a.m.-2 p.m., SmallAp-
pliance Repair Shop. No
appointment needed.
Lunch, noon-1 p.m.
Music with the Upbeat
Gang, 1 p.m.
Duplicate bridge,
12:50-4 p.m.; partner
required; $3 donation
requested
Cards, 1 p.m.
Spanish, 2 p.m.

TUESDAY

Pool room opens,
8:15 a.m.
Video fitness 2,
8:45 a.m.


Yogarobics, 9 a.m.,
low-impact aerobics and
yoga
Woodcarving, 9 a.m.
Quilting, 9:30 a.m.
Basket weaving,
10 a.m.
Ballroom dance lesson,
10 a.m.
Lunch, noon-1 p.m.
Craft room, noon
Single-deck progres-
sive pinochle, 12:30 p.m.
Tin Pan Alley performs,
1 p.m.
Cards, 1 p.m.
Caregiver Support
Group, in conjunction
with the Alzheimer's As-
sociation, 2-3 p.m.
Low-imp act intro -
duction to Tappercise,
3 p.m.
High-imp act intro -
duction to Tappercise,
4 p.m.


Italian classes held. For
more information, call
Daisy at 941-584-0075.

TH URS DAY

Pool room opens,
8:15 a.m.
Serving Health Insur-
ance Needs of Elders,
Medicare assistance,
9 a.m.-noon
Woodcarving, 9 a.m.
Yogarobics, 9 a.m.
Hand and foot game,
9 a.m.
Senior-friendly aero-
bics, 9 a.m.
Watercolor class,
10 a.m. to noon
Line dancing, 10 a.m.
Lunch, noon-1 p.m.
Music by Dick Rivers,
1 p.m.
Cards, 1 p.m.
Mind Your Mind, 1 p.m.


Heighten memory, rea-
soning, creative thinking
and more. Self-assessment
questionnaires are pro-
vided to track progress.

FRI DAY

Pool room opens,
8:15 a.m.
Video fitness 3, 8:45 a.m.
Yoga, 9 a.m.
Friendly bridge, 9 a.m.
Balance movement,
9:30 a.m. Call Tom Har-
low at 941-556-3259.
Hula, 10:30 a.m.
Lunch, noon-1 p.m.
Duplicate bridge,
12:50-4 p.m.; partner
required; $3 donation
requested
Music by the Upbeat
Gang, 1 p.m.


WEDNESDAY

Pool room opens,
8:15 a.m.
Small Appliance Repair
Shop, 9 a.m.-noon
Senior-friendly aero-
bics, 9 a.m.
Take Off Pounds Sensi-
bly, 9:30 a.m.
Watercolor art,
9:30 a.m.
Euchre, 10 a.m.
Associated Medicare
Patients counselors,
10 a.m.-2 p.m., Small Ap-
pliance Repair Shop. No
appointment needed.
Line dancing,
10:30 a.m.
Lunch, noon-1 p.m.
Friendly bridge,
12:30 p.m.
Joe Rivers & Friends
performs, 1 p.m.
Crafts, 2 p.m.


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STHE BIG RED BUS SCHEDULE


FL.RIDA'SS
E3LOOD CENTERS

Lady of Lourdes Parish,
1301 Center Road.
The Big Red Bus will
also be at locations in
Englewood and North
Port this week.
Call 941-492-9202
or visit www.fbcdonor.
org for more dates and
times.

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SUN NEWSPAPERS 9B


Ostomy support

The Venice Ostomy
Support Group supports
ostomates and family
members, promotes edu-
cation and awareness. The
group meets September
through May on the third
Wednesday of the month,
1:30 p.m., at Venice Health-
Park, Lions Room, Suite
1283, 1201 Jacaranda Blvd.,
Venice. Call 941-375-8377.

Yoga basicS
Joan Harn offers a yoga


GBERCEN

FROM PAGE 6

I discovered still more
intriguing little shops and
even a rear courtyard area.
In 1702 fire destroyed
virtually the whole of
Bryggen (Bergen's Han-
seatic area). Because it
was rebuilt on the same
site, visitors and resident
can stroll back in time as
they tour the area and its
historic buildingS.
Several tour boats
operate out of the harbor,
including a giant two-
masted sailing ship.
At the innermost section
of the harbor is the fish
market. Even on a dreary
Sunday morning there


5 E NIOR

FROM PAGE 8

Appointments are
available for a free
30-minute attorney con-
sultation with Marcella
Mika, a local attorney
who volunteers her time
to assist seniors. Call
941-584-0075 for an
appointment.


WOSOWRK HOP

FROM PAGE 2

tragic deaths of students
last year by suicide and
concerns about children
engaging in self-de-
structive behavior," said
Robyn Marinelli, supervi-
sor of Student Services
for the district.
This workshop is
designed to give parents
and educators the tools
they need to recognize


basics class 10-11:30 a.m.
Tuesday and a yoga
basic back-care class
10-11:30 a.m. Friday at
Nokomis Community
Center, 234 Nippino Trail,
Nokomis. The cost is
$10 per week for those
attending monthly or $12
per session for walk-ins.
Everyone is welcome.
Call 941-485-8904 for
more information.

Yoga with Elin
Yoga with Elin is
held Monday through


Saturday, 8 a.m. and
9 a.m.; and Monday
through Monday through
Thursday, 7 p.m. at Ven-
ice Beach, near the pavil-
ion. For more informa-
tion, call 941-408-9642 or
visit http:/ /yogawithelin.
com.

Stand -up
paddle board
Paddleboard with
Elin is held Tuesday and
Thursday, 10 a.m., at
Venice Beach, near the
pavilion. Reservations


must be made. For more
information, call 941-
408-9642 or visit http://
standuppaddleboard
withelin.com.

Mindfulness
meditation

Crystal-clear mindful-
ness meditation instruc-
tion, based on Buddhist
philosophy, approach-
able for all spiritual
backgrounds, will be
held every Thursday
6:30-8:30 p.m., at 251
South Tamiami Trail,

popular fast food in Nor-
way bacon-wrapped
hot dogs. Who knew that
in a country known for
its seafood that hot dogs
would be so referred?
At least a foot long, Nor-
wegian hot dogs are gener-
ally grilled and trimmed
with even more extras
than in the United States,
although the most popular
seems to be the one that is
wrapped in bacon.
Also for sale at the
fish market are plenty of
T-shirts and other sou-
venirs. The fish market
is the place to board the
bus to the airport and at
least one of the city's tour
buses, too.
I passed the next few
hours simply walking up
and down the city's many

residents over 50. Choose
from several class loca-
tions in Venice.
Make a reservation for
these classes by calling
Don at 941-416-9760.

Epiphany (athedral Parish Hall
340 Sarasota St., Venice
941-4843505

The following free
activities are held on
Wednesdays:

District's student services
office at 941-927-9000,
ext. 34754.


tion, call 941-207-1102.
Venice. Donations will
be accepted. Call 941-
929-4063 or visit www.
me ditationvenice.com.

Educational
prog rams
The Alzheimer's As-
sociation has numerous
educational programs

hilly and winding streets,
looking in shop windows,
taking photos of doorways
and flowers. Rather than
visiting another museum,
I enjoyed capturing the
feel of the city. Norwegians
have a look and a way of
dressing that sets them
apart. It is a good look
and the reason I seriously
considered buying that
one sweater even though I
did not need it.
They also like to drive
big cars. Unlike so many
cities in Europe where
small cars are the norm,
Norway has plenty of
SUVs, large sedans and, as
I discovered on one side
street, even a big, old Ca-
dillac with tail fins the
kind only seen in muse-
ums these days.

9 a.m., exercise
9:30 a.m., knitting and
crocheting
9:30 a.m., quilting
11 a.m., rosary
construction
noon, bridge

Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post 8118
832 E. Venice Ave., Venice
941 -484-8118

Seniors With or Without


Sarasota High School is
located at 1000 S. School
Ave., Sarasota. Laurel


open to the public. Offer-
ings include Basic Course
for Caregivers, Maintain
Your Brain and informa-
tion about local caregiver
support groups. It will
come to your community
with the Memory Mobile
and a speakers bureau.
Call 941-365-8883 for
details.

Too soon, the day was
over and it was time to
pack for the journey back
to the U.S. We had to leave
the hotel at 7 a.m. for the
taxi to the train that would
take us to the airport for a
9 a.m. flight to Oslo, where
we would connect to the
flights back home. I had
flown out from Tampa
to Chicago to Oslo and
returned via Newark to
Tampa.
We may have missed
the boat in Kirkennes at
the beginning of the cruise
but this still was the trip
of a lifetime, with good
people, wonderful sites
and plenty of history and
adventure, such as our sea
eagle safari.

Email: kcool@venicegondolier.com

Partners sponsors card
playing on Mondays from
12:30 to 3:30 p.m. All are
welcome. Call Irene at
941-497-5438.

Our Lady of Lourdes~hurch
1301 (enter Road, Venice
941 -49 7-2931

Senior singles cards and
games from 1 to 4 p.m.
Thursday. Call Elizabeth
Bonfiglio, 941-492-5528.

Nokomis School is at
1900 East Laurel Road,
Nokomis.


SUN PHOTO BY KIM COOL
Edvard Grieg worked in this cottage with a lakeside view down
the hill from this house where he lived for 27 years in Trould-


haugen.

were plenty of stalls open.
There you can buy all
manner of freshly caught

Senior Friendship
Centers Inc., established
in 1973, is a not-for-profit
organization dedicated to
helping older adults live
with dignity and indepen-
dence in Sarasota, DeSoto,
Charlotte, Lee and Collier
counties. Funded in part
by state and federal agen-
cies, and support frorn
private foundations and

Senior Friendship Centers

potentially harmful pat-
terns and get help for
children who may be at
risk."
School psychologists,
social workers and a
representative of the
Sarasota County Sher-
iff's Office will address a
variety of topics, includ-
ing identifying signs of
depression; parental con-
siderations for Internet
social groups; cutting
and self-injury behaviors;
whether your child at risk
of suicide; and helping


seafood as well as pre-
pared seafood salads and
sandwiches and the most

serves more than 10,000
older adults annually.

Senior activitieS
at other locationS

Safe-d rivi n g
school
*AARP announces a
free driver safety pro-
gram for veterans over 50
Nov. 1-30. Sign up now.
*Safe-driving class for

your child bounce back.
A question-and-answer
panel discussion will
follow.
Representatives of
community agencies will
be available to offer help
for parents of children
suffering from depres-
sion, information on
suicide prevention and
other assistance. Reser-
vations are not necessary
to attend the workshop.
More information is
available by calling the
Sarasota County School


ADIO Chiropractic
Mrs. Stephanie Heim
(941) 244-9028
587 US Hwy 41 Byp N, Venice FL 34285
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PHYSICIANS-CHIROPRACTIC D.C.
CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH NATURAL
SPONSOR: Paul DeClark

Allen Insurance Services
Ron Allen
(941) 812-0146
5239 96th St E, Bradenton FL 34211
roncallen~aol.com
INSURANCE
SENIOR INSURANCE


Cedar Reef Fish Camp
Mr. Dean R. Donnelly
(941) 451-8564
4167 S Tamiami Trail, Venice FL 34293
cedarreef~2cedarreef. com
www.cedarreef.com
RESTAURANTS
FISH OYSTERS CRAB SEAFOOD GATOR
FRESH HOMEMADE


Lennar Homes
Anna Phillips
(941) 539-6436
11808 Breadfruit Lane, Venice FL 34292
anna. phillips@lennar. com
www1. lennar. com/swflsave
HOME BUILDERS


Mark Kaufman Rooling Contractor, Inc.
Mr. Mark Kaufman
(941) 473-3605
FAX: (941) 681-2764
1695-G LantanaAvenue, Englewood FL 34224
info@markkaufmanroofing .com
www.markkaufmanroofing.com
ROOFING CONTRACTORS
REROOF SHINGLE TILE METAL FLAT
REPAIRS ROOF COATING


Lowe's of Venice, FL #1683
Mr. Brian M. Smith
(941) 525-1000
FAX: (941) 525-1001
1745 Tamiami Trl S, Venice FL 34293
HOME IMPROVEMENT


Partners Imaging Center of Venice
Julie Chavers
(941) 441-0060
FAX: (941) 441-0070
842 Sunset Lake Blvd, Ste 301, Venice FL
34292
j chavers~,partnersimage .com
wwwl.partnersimage.com
RADIOLOGY/IMAGING SERVICES
DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING SERVICES MRI CT
ULTRASOUND XRAY PET

Suncoast Therapy, LLC
Dawn Wildermuth
(941) 468-6701
FAX: (941) 485-0519
411 Commercial Ct. Ste F, Venice FL 34292
dawn@suncoasttherapy. com
www. suncoasttherapy. com
THERAPISTS
SPEECH, PHYSICAL, OCCUPATIONAL
THERAPY FOR PEDIATRICS
SPONSOR: Adam Carter

Superior Lab Services of Tampa Bay
Eleanor Beggs
(727) 445-4606
FAX: (727) 821-6029
www.slstampa.com
LABORATORIES-TESTING
MOBILE PHLEBOTOMY (BLOOD
COLLECTION) DRAWN IN-HOME/ ALF/ ILF

ASSOCIATES

Do The Right Thing of Sarasota County, Inc.
SPONSOR: Sandi Pridemore

Friends of Oscar Scherer Park, Inc.


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Worship 8:00 a.m. or 10:30 a.m.
Contemporary Worship 9:15 a.m.
Children's Church 9:15 a.m.
Nursery 9:15 & 10:30 am







United Methodist Church
COntemporary Service at 9am Traditional Service 11am
SLifeWAY Sunday School Classes at 9:30am & 10:15am
Nursery Available for all services

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5800 Tamiami Trail South, Venice 34293
Sunday Worship: 8:45 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.
Wednesday Family Night: 7:00 p.m.
Drop by and discover our warm family environment,
exciting worship and a message that makes a difference!
Healing School: 7st and 3rd Tuesdays 7:00 p.m.
Celebrate Recovery: Fridays 6:00 p.m.


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need that are in good
condition to those in
need of them. Accept-
able donations include:
furniture, electronics,
tools, kids' clothing,
toys, linens, housewares,
Christmas decorations,
canned goods, etc. For
general information,
call 941-441-7523 or
941-441-7524.

Bread-baking club

Ci che on n'sa o
Venice and North Port
has begun its monthly
Challah Bread Club,
meeting the first Thurs-
day of every month to
create their own batch
of challah dough, learn
new braiding techniques
and how to braid and
package for someone in
need. Salads and refresh-
ments served. Cost: $10
per class. Challah Club
membership: $36. Next
class Dec. 1, through
June. 941-493-2770

Lecture series

Calvary Bible Church,
1936 E. Venice Ave.,
invites the community
to hear Francis Schaeffer
in his presentation How
Should We Then Live? at
9:25 every Sunday morn-
ing for 10 weeks. Pro-
gram focuses on putting
today's headlines in their
proper perspective, from
a biblical worldview.
941-485-7070

Pancakes
*Our Savior Lutheran
Church, 2705 North
Tamiami Trail, Nokomis,
hosts a pancake break-
fast from 8 to 10 a.m.
Nov. 5. Adults: $5;
children under 10: free.
941-966-4442
*Starting Nov. 5 and
continuing the first
Saturday of every month
thereafter, Christ United
Methodist Church, 1475
Center Road, offers
pancakes to order, bis-
cuits and gravy, french
toast, bacon and sau-
sage, from 8 to 9:30 a.m.
Cost: $4; children under
12, free; over 12 $1.
941-493-7504
*Venice-Nokomis Unit-
ed Methodist Church, 208
Palm Ave., Nokomis, holds
a pancake breakfast and
garage sale from 7:30 a.m.
to 10 a.m., the first Satur-
day of each month. The
cost is $4 per person;
kids $2 and toddlers free.
Garage sale includes tools,
appliances, glassware, golf
clubs, furniture and more.
Funds go to charities.



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South Venice Baptist
Church, 3167 Englewood
Road, is serving as a
drop-off location in Ven-
ice for Operation Christ-
mas Child and will begin
accepting shoebox gifts
for needy kids during
National Collection Week
Nov. 14-21.
To participate: Enlist
families, churches, scout
troops, community


groups and businesses in
creating shoe box gifts.
Pack shoeboxes with
school supplies, toys, ne-
cessity items and a letter
of encouragement (step-
by-step shoebox packing
instructions available at
www.samaritanspurse.
org/occ.)
Sign up to volunteer.
For more information
on how to participate,


call 407-852-3727 or 941-
493-0022.
Hours, Nov. 14-21 at
South Venice Baptist
Church, are: Monday
and Tuesday, 10 a.m.-
2 p.m.; Wednesday,
10 a.m.-noon, 4-6 p.m.;
Thursday and Friday,
10 a.m.-2 p.m.; Saturday,
10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Sunday,
noon-4 p.m.; and Mon-
day, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.


011Tismons (Christian
Symbols for the Christmas
tree).
Phyllis Hoffman, a
group member, tray-
eled to St. Thomas and
attended a Christmas
Eve service at Lutheran
Church of the Reforma-
tion, receiving a warm
welcome and noticing
their sparsely decorated
chancel Christmas tree.
The Stitch and Chat-
ter ladies decided to


join efforts and send 34
Chrismons and 28 angels
to the small congregation
in time for the Advent
season.
The group meets
year-round working on
projects for local chari-
ties and organizations.
Call the church at 941-
493-5102 (ask for Marion
McLain) to join it for on-
going endeavors, or just
go to Lakeside at 9:30 on
any Tuesday morning.


FROM LAKESIDE
LUTHERAN CHURCH

The Stitch and Chat-
ter group at Lakeside
Lutheran Church, 2401
South Tamiami Trail, has
been busy making Chnist-
mas preparations for a
small Lutheran congrega-
tion on the island of St.
Thomas.
The project involves
crafting crocheted angels
and needlepointed


PHOTO COURTESY OF LAKESIDE LUTHERAN CHURCH

Stitch and Chatter members at Lakeside Lutheran Church are starting early to send Christmas
decorations to a small Lutheran congregation on the island of St. Thomas. Marian Kamerlander,
front left, Anne Germain, Ethel Leister, Esther Miller, Trudy Cunnane and Phyllis Hoffman with
Dagmar Olson, back left, Marion McLain, Betty Sokol and Maggie Murphy. Not pictured: Ellie
Miller and Nancy Lindquist.


*Knights of Columbus
Home, 512 Substation
Road, offers a pancake
breakfast from 8 to
11 a.m. the first and third
Sunday. 941-485-1663

Child ren's
prog ramS
*Calvary Bible
Church, 1936 E. Venice
Ave.: AWANA ministry
resumes from 6:30 to
3 p.m. Wednesdays for
children between the
ages of 3 and 13. Biblical
truths are taught through
games, lessons and ac-
tivities. 941-485-7070.


*Mom's Morning Out
program offers struc-
tured care for children
so parents can take time
for themselves. Children
from 6 weeks to 5 years
can learn Bible truths,
practice letters, numbers
and colors, create crafts
and more from 8:30 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at
Colonial Baptist Church,
2400 Taylor Ranch Trail.
Registration packet avail-
able at the church or visit
www.colonialbaptist
venice.org. 941-492-4678

RELIGION | 11


941-488-4137
*Grace United Meth-
odist Men's Club, 400 E.
Field Ave., offers all-
you-can-eat pancake
breakfasts from 8 to
10 a.m. the first and third
Saturday of each month
through April. Sausage,
eggs, biscuits and gravy
and more, all for $5 per
person. 941-486-4153
Emmanuel Lutheran
Church, 800 South
Tamiami Trail, hosts a
free pancake supper 4:30-
6 p.m. the last Sunday of
every month. No tickets,
coupons or money
needed. All are welcome.

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thankful

Sure would be easy
to be a grump. The list
would be long. The
details would be precise.
The names I would call
people would not be ones
I'd like my grandmother
to hear me saying.
Sure would be easy
to be a grump. Those
people, how dare they?
Careful looks into the
local economy's chaos,
the world economy's
windstorm and the
politics circling around
- don't get me started.
Simply said, sure would
be easy to be a grump.
My solutions for the
world economy, if only
they would listen, would
certainly improve ev-
eryone's life. Inflation,
deflation, stagflation
or whatever particular
ill strikes the banking
systems could be solved
if they simply followed
my advice. Sure would be
easy to be a grump.
My body's condition is as
my physician notes: "For
a man your age..." And
don't get me started on the
balding look. Hair hardly
grows on top of my head,
but the ears and nose, well,
they provide interesting
sprouts. Sure would be
easy to be a grump.
As for modifying the
condition of my physical
frame, other than control-
ling my intake of calories
and being diligent at
appropriate exercise, not
much I can control on
these rolls. Seems like the
single condition I am able
to frame is my attitude.
This, then, is my
choice: Mark me as
thankful tobe thankful.
I've decided to seek free-
dom from the oppression
of grumpiness.
There are numerous
events and people who
could make me downright
contrary of heart. Stimulus,
either single or multiple
in form, never seems to
be lacking. It is not always
simple, this decision to be
thankful. Being thankful

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Operation Christmas Child under way


MUSIC

*Venice United Church
of Christ, 620 Shamrock
Blvd., presents virtuoso
guitarist Claudio B in
concert from 4 to 6 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 6. Cost:
$15; beverages and door
prizes. 941-493-6741
*The Venice Perform-
ing Arts Series presents
Ariane Beauchamp, cel-
list, at 3:30 p.m. Nov. 13
at Unitarian Universalist


941-284-5972
*Venice Church of the
Nazarene, 1535 E. Venice
Ave., offers the Stephen
Ditchfield in Concert
at 10:30 a.m. Monday,
Nov. 14. Ditchfield is an
acclaimed bass/baritone
soloist and director of
The Ditchfield Singers.
Public invited. Free will
offering. 941-488-5007
*The Venice Com-
munity Concert Series
presents The Venice
Symphony Chamber
Orchestra with guest
artist flutist Karen Romig
and Conductor Kenneth
Bowermeister at 7 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 19, at Ven-
ice Presbyterian Church,
111 E. Firenze Ave. Cost:
$10. Ca~ll941-488-5525.

Ag low meeting
The Venice/ Englewood
Aglow International
Lighthouse meeting is
from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Tues-
day, Nov. 8, at the Venice
Health Park, Lions Com-
munity Room, corner of
Jacaranda Boulevard and
Center Road. Speaker:
Dr. Clairie Monokian,
author of "Set Free: Liv-
ing Beyond the Pain."
Free and open to all.
941-473-8343

Mah Jongg
registration
Advance registration
is required for the Super
Semi-Annual Mah Jongg
Tournament being held
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Wednesday, Nov. 9, at the
Jewish Center of Venice,
600 North Auburn Road.
Prizes, breakfast and
lunch. Cost: $30. Call
Marilyn at 941-473-0936
or Vicki at 941-492-5043.

circulation Day

Unity of Venice, 125
North Jackson Road,
announces its Circula-
tion Day The Great
Giveaway event, from
9 a.m. to noon Satur-
day, Nov. 12, as a time
to freely give those
items you no longer




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Phone 488-4137
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UpDai IRAttSi parade, make this year
your first.
If you have a boat join us
in putting on a show for the community.
No boat is too small-
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active duty soldiers and those who previously
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By JUDITH BACON
SPECIAL TO THE GONDOLIER

The Venice Community
Concert Series presents
the Venice Symphony
Chamber Orchestra, fea-
turing special guest flutist
Karen Romig and Venice
Symphony conductor and
music director Kenneth


Bowermeister at 7 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 19, at Ven-
ice Presbyterian Church.
The top 2() string
players from the Venice
Symphony, plus wood-
wind and brass players,
will perform "Concerto in
D Major for Flute and Or-
chestra," by Mozart, Han-
del's "Concerto Grosso,"


as well as other familiar
works of the string or-
chestra repertoire.
The cost is $1(). Ad-
vance ticket sales are
accepted with Visa or
MasterCard. The church
office, 111 E. Firenze
Ave., is open during nor-
mal business hours, or
call 941-488-5525.


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The Venice Symphony Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Kenneth Bowermeister,
performs Nov. 19 at Venice Presbyterian Church. Flutist Karen Romig is featured in Mozart's
"Concerto in D Major for Flute and Orchestra."


from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Tuesday and Thurs-
days by Nov. 15 at 263
South Tamiami Trail. The
items will be given to
the Community Assis-
tance Ministry of Trinity
Presbyterian Church.
Items recommended
are canned corn, green
beans, yams, cranberry
sauce, 12- to 15-pound
turkeys, instant potatoes


and boxed stuffing mix.
941-928-1515
*Our Neighbors'
Goods is a nonprofit
fair-trade shop at Venice
Community Church of
the Brethren at which
handcrafted jewelry,
ornaments and decora-
tive items from around
the world can be bought.
Volunteers are needed
to staff the shop. Call


941-355-2()29 for more
information.
*The Community As-
sistance Ministry of Trin-
ity Presbyterian Church,
4365 State Road 776, is
collecting donations of
the following items for
1,()()(-plus needy people
in the community: bar
soap, toothpaste and
toothbrushes, deodorant,
feminine hygiene items,


bug spray, shampoo
and batteries of all sizes.
Drop off donations from
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mon-
day through Friday. Call
941-492-6384.

Our Mother'S
House seekS
former residentS
Our Mother's House


of Catholic Charities
celebrates its 25th an-
niversary at the annual
wine-tasting and din-
ner dance Feb. 23, and
seeks former residents
who would like to at-
tend and share memo-
ries of the program.
For more information,
email ourmothers
houseecomcast.net.


strike the right notes.
These Bible words are not
easy for me. They require
a careful, concise condi-
tion of my attitude; and
my attitude, it appears
makes all the difference.
This portion of the Bible,
as translated majestically
in the King James Version
of 1611, says it wonder-


fully and invites participa-
tion. "Let everything that
hath breath praise the
Lord. Praise the Lord."
Wanders of creation
abound around Florida.
There are people whose
presence is a gracious gift
from a benevolent God.
Thus, as the national holi-
day of Thanksgiving in the


United States approaches,
mark me as thankful to be
thankful because, as you
know, it sure would be
easy to be a grump.
Thanks for reading.
Andrew Simkins,
D.Mllin., is pastor of New
Hope Christian Church in
Nokomis.


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Donations needed
*Venice Church of
the Brethren asks that
donations of Thanksgiv-
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homeless and needy in
Venice be dropped off


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FROM PAGE 10

requires a determination
of heart and soul. Liv-
ing the thankful life even
means being thankful I
am thankful.
The old Psalmist's words


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Bob Stewart, seated, received the French Legion of Honor from the French Government for his
military service in France during World War II. Art McGinnis, left, Military Order of the Purple
Heart commander and Vietnam War veteran, Theresa Stewart, right, and Sol Shuman, MOPH
finance officer and Korean War veteran, look on. Stewart received the award Sept. 19 at the
Douglas T. Jacobson Veterans Nursing Home, Port Charlotte.


Larry and Linda Beasley, of Venice, hiked to the top of China's Great Wall as they explored China
and Tibet in September and October.


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Epiphany Cathedral School parents and office staff Amy Staas, left, Chris Coviello, Dorothy Piteo
and Linda Martin-Brown display Tommy Moose Halloween safety trick or treat bags, donated by
Venice Loyal Order of Moose No. 1308. There were enough bags for every student at the school.


PHOTO COURTESY
OF MARY LITTEL
Mary Littel, right, Women's
Sertoma Club of Venice presi-
dent, presents Rory Dubin,
president of Venice Area Board
of Realtors, a $500 check on
behalf of Women's Sertoma for
VABR's new building fund.


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The South Venice Yacht Glub was represented at Sun Fiesta
Oct. 14-16 by Commodore Bob O'Connor, right, and his wife,
Ce~e. Many other members helped and enjoyed meeting people
from the Venice area. Membership in SVYC is available to all by
calling Debbie Rossi at 941-485-3061.


COURTESY PHOTo


Judy Weaver, left, membership chair for Safe Place and Rape
Crisis Center, Rob Goldman and his wife, Luisa Goldman,
past SPARCC president, holding Bella at the SPARCC booth at
Sun Fiesta.


PHOTO COURTESY
OF TOM GOMBOS


Tom and Rosemary Gombos, of
Venice, visited Lone Pine Koala
Sanctuary in Brisbane while
visiting family members in
Australia.


PHOTO COURTESY OF KAREN HILLELSON
An occasional visitor arrives to sun on the bank of Lake
Shamrock, outside Karen Hillelson's window.


SUN PHOTO BY
CHERYL ZIEMKE


Tundra, a miniature American
Eskimo belonging to the
Collins family, decided to
take a rest in the shade at the
Venice Farmers Market.


PHOTO COURTESY OF CHUCK MASON


Chuck and Elsie Mason, of Nokomis, enjoy some refreshment
at St. Mark's Square in Venice, Italy. This was one stop in a
recent 12-day Mediterranean cruise on the Carnival Magic
that included Barcelona, Marseille, Genoa, Rome, Naples,
Dubrovnik and Messina.


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Orchids are growing in Abbie
Banks' back yard now, and they
are so beautiful.


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Nathan, left, and Joe acquire volunteer points from Student
Leadership Academy for helping at the Grace United Meth-
odist Church pumpkin patch in mid-Otober.


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today's featured cars,
Raymond Negrycz, 72,
purchased the pretty Olds
Cutlass convertible brand
new that year and still
drives it often. Matter of
fact, enough to obtain a
sp eedometer /odometer
reading of 125,000.
He and his wife Cath-
erine agreed to simplify
things by creating an
e-mail of their personal
background and some
things regarding this
"metal family member."
Here's basically what Ray
forwarded to me:
"On April 7, 1964, I
purchased my first new
car and I still have it. It's
a red Cutlass convertible,
three-speed standard
shift, V-8, 4-barrel carbu-
retor, AM Delco radio, no
power steering or power
brakes and seat belts for
the front seat only. I paid
$2,990 which took me
three years to pay off. At
the time I was living in
Brooklyn, N.Y.
"As time passed, we
bought a home in Syos-
set, N.Y., became a two
car family, buying a Cut-
lass station wagon during
1969. Two children came
along and we moved to
a larger house in Smith-
town, N.Y.
"In 1976, I bought
another new car, a two-
door Cutlass Supreme.
This was followed by
another new two-door
Cutlass Supreme in
1985. I now owned four
Oldsmobiles. Life could
not be better!
"Fast forward to 2005.
The kids grew up, gave
us two grandchildren.
I retired, sold the other
three Oldsmobiles and
moved to Punta Gorda. I
just had to keep the '64.
It was shipped here by
a classic car transporter
and sits proudly in my
garage. Now instead of
putting the top down
in summer, I do so in
winter. It's great, I re-
ally enjoy driving it and
swapping stories with
Others who own older
cars. My wife Catherine,
of 34 years, still works
part time via computer
from our home doing
transcription of special
records from New York
City and St. Louis."
Back to the Olds: "I
replaced my first muffler
system in 1966 with a
lifetime Midas guarantee.
They are ever so happy
to see me for replace-
ments! This car has never
been in an accident and
was always and still is
garaged when not in
use. I display it with the
original license plate on
the front bumper."
How about that inter-
esting lifestyle this busy
couple have had over the


years? It does my heart
good to learn no mat-
ter what, the Negryczs
always took good care
of the convertible that
continues to turns heads
even 47 years old!

'Toro' the
ToronadO

Moving up two years to
the gorgeous blue 1966
Olds Toronado that is the
property of snowbirds
Jim and Sue Grant of
Punta Gorda and Farm-
ington, Maine. This is
one big impressive car
and very innovative,
featuring front wheel
drive, unusual for Ameri-
can vehicles at the time
plus has a unique body
design. Seems Jim after
being a helicopter pilot
in Vietnam admired the
early Toronados, men-
tioning it to others often.
Son Chris, many
years later, located this
particular one in Mas-
sachusetts as part of an
estate closeout, with only
30,000 original miles
showing. He and the
Other two sons, Jonathan,
David, and his wife of 34
years, Sue, bought it as a
gift to Jim for Christmas
2005. Quite a gift, but as
they put it, "He's worth it!
Since that time "The
Toro" has won trophies
in the Pine Tree State
as well as the Sunshine
State, of which this
couple is very proud.
While traveling in their
motor home a few years
ago, they discovered Char-
lotte County and liked it
enough to buy a manufac-
tured home followed by
a masonry house, where
they presently reside
November to the end of
April. Of course it has a
sizable garage for their
pampered "baby."
Jim's first car was a
sporty 1961 Impala, fol-
lowed by regular family
sedans, station wagons
and a 1977 Dodge pickup
he and Sue enjoyed
because of the useful-
ness in operating their
Propane Gas Company,
laundromat and rental
properties.
Mr. Grant liked to golf,
and both found riding
on a Honda Goldwing
cycle very pleasant. Sue
has become a quilter
and spends a lot of time
being a housewife plus
caregiver to Jim who has
Parkinsons for over 10
years. She can handle
the big "Toro" as good as
any man, and is proud to
play chauffeur. They are
also kept busy with six
grandchildren and speak


SUN PHOTOS BY LEE ROYSTON


Raymond Negrycz with his'64 Cutlass Convertible.


1964 Oldsmobile Cutlass Convertible.


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Jim and Sue Grant with their 1966 Olds Toronado.


The '1966 Olsmobile Toronado.

also. No need to pre-reg-
ister. More information
in the future. Spread the
word!

Tip of the Week

If you come upon a
flooded street or inter-
section do not try to go
through it. Stop and turn
around to locate a better
route to your destination
or simply seek higher
ground, park for what-
ever time it takes. Flash
floods disburse in an
hour unless heavy rains
continue to fall.
The roads involved in
a sudden rise in water
have sand, silt, debris
of all kinds that can


harm moving parts,
brakes, bearings, ex-
haust systems, etc. Stay
away from flooded ares '
but if you have todpass
t rough such con iions
go to the nearest car
wash or home to wash
under fenders, wheels'
brakes, air conditioner
condenser and radiator.
Above all don't let that
gooey silt stay in corners,
cracks and crevices and
get hard. Most standard
transmissions and dif-
ferentials have pressure
vent caps where water
could possibly enter if
submerged for only a
brief time. Should that
happen and you are


lucky enough to drive
away, go direct to your
regular repair shop or
dea er to have t mngs
checked out. I've seen
and heard too many bad
results because owners
failed to take action to
protect warranties. Use
good common sense and
educate everyone in your
family who drive to heed
the above information.
Better yet, stay home if
possible.
Don Royston is presi-
dent and co-founder of
the Veteran M~otor Car
Club ofilmerica SW Flor-
ida Region and may be
reached at 941-575-0202
or leekr42@embarqmail.
com.


COLLECTOR
CAR INFO
Larry Day of Lee County has
cruise-in and show information
from Naples to Sarasota. E-mail
him at Iwnkday@aol.com to get
his free e-mail newsletter with
all the details.
www.flacarshows.com
www.musclecarcity.net

Contact the Dis
Tommy's Traveling Tunes,
941-240-5799
Lance Cruisin'at the Hop,
941-371-1061

proudly of being one big
family. Lee and I admire
them!

Upcoming shows
Readers can see both
of the Oldsmobiles and
their owners free from 9
a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Nov. 12
at the Sun Newspapers
Welcome Back Car Show
and Open House, 23170
Harborview Road, Port
Charlotte. In addition to
the vintage vehicles of
yesteryear, enjoy live mu-
sic of the '50s, '60s, and
'70s, and Opa the Clown
with Henrietta his bas-
sett hound plus tours of
the offices and plant. See
how your award-winning
newspaper operates.
You'll sure be welcome
here! Special food and
beverages will be avail-
able with profits going to
charity. For detailed in-
formation phone "Ozzie"
Osborne at 941-235-7701
or 941-575-0202.
The Punta Gorda
Elks Veterans Apprecia-
tion Parade takes place
today, stepping off 10
a.m. from the Charlotte
High School. It proceeds
onto Taylor Street, going
directly through Punta
Gorda, and disbanding at
the Event & Conference
Center.
VMCCA is providing
many convertibles car-
rying veterans, VIPs and
dignitaries. Yours truly
will be there with my
newly restored 1961 M37
3/4-ton military truck.
Ex-GIs, look for it!
Later, starting at 11
a.m., we'll be displaying
cars of the '50s and '60s
for Fishermen's Village's
'50s Sock Hop in Punta
Gorda. Come by to see us
and also hear the music
of that era in Center
Court. Dress in period
clothing for recognition.
It's all free! For informa-
tion, call 941-639-8217.
Save this date: Dec.
10, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30
p.m., the Punta Gorda
Kiwanis, Veteran Mo-
tor Car Club of America
and location host Slip
Knot lounge will hold an
Open Trophy Car Show
known as Fill the Trunk
Car Show's Socks for
Kids Project. Entry fee is
$5 and a package of kids
athletic socks. This is a
very necessary event!
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For more info, call 800-
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"Skip" White at swfchuck@
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Welcome Back Snow-
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Nov. 12 at the Royal Palace
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awarded at 1 p.m. Draw-
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day. Grand Prize of a new
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By DAN NY GAWEN DA
SPECIAL TO THE SUN
The car nuts and Hal-
loweeners were not afraid
of the rain last weekend.
Over 50 car nuts showed
up at Coral Ridge Auto-
motive for the Halloween
Bash. Nick even brought
Publix yummy doughnuts.
Jim had his famous "Cana-
dian Hot Dogs" on small
sub buns.
We could not come up
with a way to judge the
cars, so we picked the ones
with the most rain drops.
Trophy winners in-
cluded Vern Hampton and
his '76 Caprice, Brad and
CarolYoho and their '66
Dodge Dart, TrevorYoho
and his '66 Dodge Charger,
Jennifer and Jere Hoeltzle
and their '40 Ford, Jeff
Francoletti and his '68
Plymouth, Bob Kneebone
and his '76 T- Bird, Rich
Lesniewski and his '84 El
Camino, "Fast" Ienny and
his hot rod Jenson. Grand
prize winners for the best
costumes were Marge Ne-
hlsen from Lake Suzy, and
Motorcycle Mama Carol
Lange
Thank you for the great
time we had.
Jim Harrower, owner
of Coral Ridge Automo-
tive, wants to thank all the
people who showed up for
his event. He also wants to
thank the Peace River Car
Club and their members
for the great work they did
in providing the help need
to put on one of these
events.

Swap meet
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Carol and her1971 Dodge Charger.


in Punta Gorda. A lot of
sellers and buyers were
there. I ran into Jim from
Ohio, who was one happy
camper. He has been look-
ing for a missing part for a
hub cap for several years
and he found it there. The
seller did not know what
is was and he sold it for
$2. Jim said he can't wait
to get back Ohio to install
it. I thought the part was
a horn button from an old
steering wheel. Oh wel'
you can't know everything.

EmailS
from readerS

Subject: 1995 Olds Cut-
lass Supreme wagon
Danny, trying to sell
this absolutely beautiful
6-cylinder vehicle, 81,000
miles, mechanically excel-
lent and both exterior/
interior great! Garage kept.
Just don't know its real
worth as some folks think
because it's past 15 years

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individual who is highly
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and team player. No experi-
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5 reasons we should hire you.
LPN or CERTIFIED CNA
Part time for family practice
Doctors office exp a must "
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old it could be considered
a "classic." Can't find in
Blue Book. This was the
last year for full-size wag-
ons. Showing it at $2,995.
Could you comment?
Thanks
Ron Gillis, North Port

Hi Ron. The Antique Au-
tomobile Club of America
defines an antique car as
45 years old or older, and
a classic ass20-45 yena

sify it asaclassisc cr if it
25 to 30 years old. I was
surprised to see what the
gas mileage was on that
car, 19 in the city, 29 on
the highway. From what
I found, the average sale
price is around $2,000. If
you want to sell it, try the
local classified. I do see a
lot of older station wagons
at car shows.

Local Shows

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car show, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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managing all the daily
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2050



A/C SERVICE TECH &
INSTAI.L
Must have exp, own tools,
EPA cert, FLDL, Full Time.
Top Pay + benefits. DFWP
Apply in person:
AA Temperature Services
24700 Sandhill Blvd.
Deep Creek
NO PHONE CAI.LS!

AC COMPANY seeking an
exp'd person to work in
our PRODUCTION /NEW
CONSTRUCTION Dept. w/
some service background.
Call 941-764-8324
We are a drug free workplace
PAINTERS WANTED
Interior & Exterior w/ 5 yrs
min. exp. (941)-698-0531


SKILLED TRADES
2050


ALUMINUM CONSTRUCTION
looking for aluminum
installers, must have truck &
tools and EXPERIENCE. 941-
492-6064 ask for Kevin.
S^"s1',"',7=" ,'",", '

Must have some Certs.
Current or expired.
Apply in person to:
Gene Gorman Auto Repair
3315 S. Tamiami Trail


ELECTRICIANS AND
ELECTRICIAN HELPERS
with Commercial experience
needed. Please call Jenny
(941)-429-4900
TIRE CHANGER w/Iight
Mechanical exp. DL req. 941-
639-5681 or 941-380-5683


SKILLED TRADES
2050



MECHANIC, Exp. a Must.
Apply Within. A + Oil Change,
909 Kings Hwy., P.C.
Mechanic: Orange-Co LP in
Arcadia seeks an experienced
individual to maintain and
repair fleet of pickup trucks.
Own tools required, plus clean
driving record. Salary com-
mensurate with training and
experience. Full benefits pack-
age, medical/Iife insurance.
E0E DFWP e-mail Resume
gwhite@orangecofla.com or
fax: (863) 494-2655
PAINTERS EXPERIENCED
ONLY! Must have valid DL &
trans. Spray experience a
must. Call 863-990-1799 or
email: cspainting27@aol.com
or Fax 863-491-0212


SKILLED TRADES
2050


RECREATIONAL
VEHICLE MECHANIC
experience preferred.
Must have own tools. Job
includes chassis, interior
and appliance repairs.
Full time, benefits.
Call Gary Herzog
941-966-5335
or fax resume to
(941) 966-7421.
DFW Non-Smoker
RV DEALER PARTS
DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL.
DMS skills & RV experience
required. Ask for Bnian. Charlotte
RV Center 941-883-5555
RV TECHNICIAN
Strong electrical diagnostic
skills required. Ask for Brian.
Charlotte RV Center
941-883-5555.


SKILLED TRADES
2050


SERVICE PLUMBER
With experience in
Repipes, remodel, and
diagnostic skills. Min. 5
yrs exp. Back ground &
Drug test required. Valid
FL drivers Ic.
McDonough Plumbing
Apply: Mon-Fri 9-3 Only
4585 Tamiami Tr Pt Charl.
all applications recieved in
last 6 mths will be
reviewed.

| Classified = Sales I
SERVICE WRITER, Tire &
Oil Change Tech, RV Tech/
Helper, Must have exp. &
tools for the position you are
applying for. Call 941-268-
1650 or apply in person
12560 S. Tamiami Tr., Punta
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Relian & ROofing
New Roofs, Re-Roofs, Repairs
All Types of Rooting


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Roof Repair, Rereof, Inspections
Kevin
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* Palm Trimming
* Removalls
* Hedge Trimming
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Operated 5~
Since 1984

426-8946
Free IEstimates
Metal sigles, flat rofs.
Lic#CCC1325995


KIRK'S
TREE SERVE
Palms, Hedges &
Tree Trimming.
Landscaping,
stone & Mulch.
Lic. & Insured

941-46-9573


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2050



FOeSs Opera or
SUN COAST PRESS
Commercial Print Operation
is looking for an experl-
enced web Press Operator

toow kr nin lr eeasds-
on a Goss Community
press. Candidates must
have at least 3 years' expe-
rience running a color lead
on a Goss Community or
Urbanite press. The Sun
Coast Press commercial.
print operation is located in
Venice Florida.

This position is for the night
shift, Monday through Frl-
day, 5:00 pm to 2:00 am.
Pre-emplo mentpdu t st

accepted at the

Venice Gondolier,
200 E. Venice Ave.,
Venice. Please put the
attention of Mark Wilson,
Venice Operations Manager
Sun Coast Press '

SALES
2070


AUTO SALES
Lookingsfor a motivated sin
EXPERIENCED ONLY. Great
na 5 d lum ebpons pHe l
Bill Buck Chevrolet, 2324 S.
Tamiami Tr. Venice. Contact
VMike Elam.
NEW BUSINESS
DEVELOPER

Are you a self-starter who
has a great telephone voice
and a proven sales track
record? We are seeking
energetic and success-
motivated sales
professionals with excellent
customer service and
communication skills to sell
advertising in the largest
classified product in the
state of Florida.

We Offer:
*Competitive salary plus
cmmissions

*Health Insurance
*icakband short term
401(k)
*Trainin
*Advancement opportunities

If you are looking for a
career in a positive
environment with growth
potential and have a real
desire to succeed
please contact '
gkotz@sun-herald.com
We are a drug and nico-
tine free workplace. Pre-
employment drug and
nicotine testing required.
NOW'S THE TIME -
THIS IS THE PLACE
NO desk fees, competitive
Fc~ommissin usspl s
signage provided,
In house training, REO leads.
See us on Facebook
YouTube & craigslist.
Call for a confidential
interview.
ERA Advantage Realty, Inc.
(941)-255-5300
J.ament@embarqmail.com
PUT CLASSIFIED
TO WORK FOR YOU
Venice, Englewood
North Port 207-1200
Pt. Charlotte Areas
call 206-1200

RV SALESPERSON
Ask for Rick Bruner. Charlotte
RV Center 941-883-5555.


SEEKING
EMPLOYMENT
2120


CNA: Meds mgmnt, baths, Dr
appts. shots, errands, cleaning
respite care. 941-716-4056
Welder LOOKING FOR WORK,
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HAPPY ADS
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Place your Happy
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only $10.00!

Pl68SO Call
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PERSONALS
3020


ADORABLE TASHA.
Stretch & Relax Therapy
941-497-1307
CHAIR MASSAGE back at the
Dome.B Arosasdfrom Bil he H~at
minute m s~agelfor $8. Good

SINGLE MAN LOOKING FOR
SINGLE WOMAN. 941-284-
7939
THE GIRL NEXT door,
941-483-0701 North Port
TINA
ULTIMATE PAPMERING!
941-412-6360

SCHOOLS
& INSTRUCTION
3060

ED KLOPFER SCHOOLS OF
CNA TRAINING-1 wk class $250.
Locations: Sarasota, Port Char-
lotte, Ft. Myers 800-370-1570
FLACNA.COM
CEU's $50 PhlebotomyHH $2
$300 .
Sta~tete~s2n 2nsite.

BIBLE STUDY
& CHURCHES
3065


BIBLE STUDY
'First Resurrection
Call Tom (941)-423-5458
COMMUNITY CENTER
4PM 7PM each Wednesday.
Christ the King Lutheran
Church, 23456 Olean Blvd.
PC, Open to All Ages.
For more info 941-766-9357


BIBLE STUDY
& CHURCHES
3065

CALVARY BIBLE CHURCH
1936 E. Venice Ave.
Venice Friday at
9am Study f a
tures v~ibl g .deo t ahig of noteeda-

various subj ctsn
For more info. Call Rev. Jones
at: 941-485-7070 or visit
www.CBCVenice.com
FAITH BUILDERS
A Basic Study to Build your
Christian Faith. Call Pastor
Parsons at Christ the King
Lutheran Church for times.
941-766-9357 Port Charlotte
FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH
4005 Palm Drive, PG
Thursday @ 10:30 a.m.
Adult Bible Study
Open To Everyone!
941-639-6309
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
278 S. Mango St. Englewood
Monday & Thursdays
at 9am. Offering chair exer-
cise classes For more info.
Call 941-474-2473

BURIAL LOTS/
CRYPTS
3070

CRYPTS, SIDE-X-SIDE
$5,750 Royal Palm Memorial
Gardens. (941)-639-2591

LOST & FOUND
3090


FOUND BOX OF TOOLS,
776/Englewood, Thurs., Nov.
3rd. 941- 626-8346
FOUND HEARING AIDE @
Fishermen's Village, Sun., Oct.
30. To identify call 941- 467-
5490.
Found Punta Gorda, long
hair gray cat, 2 white boots on
back legs, long white
whiskers, huge green eyes,
941-575-4475 John or Janette
FOUND: VIVITAR PURPLE
camera, on Green Street, back
of the Moose Club, Engle-
wood. Call: 941-306-7227
(S uA' kWASSFor
LOST CAR KEYS, Halloween
night in downtown historic
Pnta 3G80rda. REWARD. 941-

LOST in North Port/Pt. Char-

godc lr, cvre~de I ar
Davidson & H.0.G. patches, 1
disabled vet patch. Sentimen-
tal value. REWARD. 941- 473-
1371
Lost Nokomis area: Gray
tiger striped, friendly, fixed,
please call 941-465-2882
LOST QUAKERh PARROT,

igNov. 3. Ifs en plre sm ca
941- 467-5626
Lost: Needed desperately,
prescription progressive sun-
glasses. Red & White frame
lost at AAA, Golden Years or
Cultural Center. (macular
degeneration) Leave Message
941-625-4161.
MISSING: TREK BIKE miss-
ing Halloween night in Venice
East. REWARD. No questions
asked. 941-408-0290
$$ REWARD $$
LOST 14 CARAT gold chain
with Atocha medallion and a sil-
ver colored vile for pllls. Lost
in the Venice area. 765-426-
7576

ARTS CLASSES
3091


CREATIONS OF SORTS
Mosaic Classes. Tues. 6-9pm.
Call Helen 941-412-4909
Creative Basket Weaving at
Creative Classes. Wed 1-4pm
and 6-?. Call Vicky at 941-493-
5825 or 941-504-5826


ARTS CLASSES
3091


CREATIVE KNIT &
CROCHET CLASSES
Venice. Mon 9:30a -12:30p.
Beginners/Advanced. Work at
your own pace. Call Barbara
(941)-445-4941
CREATIVE SHELL CLASSES
Saturday 4-7pm
Learn award winning designs
Call Linda (941)-493-2276
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
RUBBER STAMP HOLIDAY
CARDS Nov. 11 or 12th 9:30
am. Punta Gorda. Create 20
Holiday cards, 4 designs. No
experience needed. Sign up
and pay $25 by 11/8/11.
Call Nancy: 815-979-8912

DANCE CLASSES
3093


BEGINNERS Square Dance
iclass ,sPun2a 0Gorhdre tsle
Come one & all, have fun &
learn. 3-5pm, Sundays, Nov.
6, 2011. Info (239)-282-6322
BELLY DANCING

Charlotte Cultural Center
Saturday, 11am.
941-276-0935

EDUCATION
3094


TM PROGRAM

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



EXERCISE CLASSES
3095


400 W. Retta Esplanade

Saturday at 9:30am.
TAl CHI QI GONG
Curves with Zumba
Zumba Classes Tue &
Thur 6pm Wed 10:00 am
AII CLASSES Open to Public
941-639-8525
GULF COAST ACUPUNCTURE
151 Center Rd.
Wehdn sd s 50030pmm
Saturday 8:30am
YOGA FOR BEGINNERS
Proceeds to
Venice Wildlife Center
Call Rick or Mary
941-488-1769
KRIYA YOGA MEDITATION

1250 Rutledge St.
Unity Church of Peace
Monday at 7pm.
941-423-0029
YOGA CLASS FREE
FREE Hatha Yoga Class Thurs-
day's at 8:30am to New Stu-
dents with Yoga for Every Age.
Instructor Ilse Mindling RYT
This class is suitable for those
with little or no experience.
Proper alignment, movement
and breath will be emphasized.
Relaxation/meditation is part
el every class. GBe inns
Civic Assoc.
2001 Shreeve St. See
http://www.yogaforeveryage.com
or call 941-204-0095
for more info.
Pls. bring your own yoga mat.


RELIGION CLASSES
3096


BEGIN YOUR DAY IN
DEVOTIONAL STUDY
Christ the King Lutheran
Church, 23456 Olean Blvd.
TUES & FRI 9:00-9:30 am.
For more info 941-766-9357
Port Charlotte
FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH
4005 Palm Drive, Punta
Gorda Various Days & Times
CONFIRMA110N/BIBLE STUDY
Adult Infomational class
941-639-6309


OTHER CLASSES
3097


CONCENTRATIVE MEDITA-
TION with Linda Weser, 7 p.m.
every Monday at Unity Church
of Peace, 1250 Rutledge
Street, off Veterans Boulevard
between Orlando Boulevard
and Torrington Street, Port
Charlotte/North Port line.
Free; open to the public.
941-423-8171 or 941629-
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BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
4010


VENICE MINI STORAGE
FACILITY, 425 Units, $1.1M.
MaryBeth, Preferred Proper-
ties, Realtors 941-416-3829

5000









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APPLIANCE
SERVICE/REPAIR
5020

ROBERT DEAVER
CLEAN DRYER VENT
(941)-204-9070
ADULT CARE
5050


CAREGIVER, 25 rs exp. Light
thousekexe sng (h Ith323me~als2
NEED ELDERLY CARE OR
COMPANION? 6YRS Med.
Education, references & exp.
with Sr. care. 941-412-5829

CHILD CARE
5051


ALL CHILDCARE
FAW@IHTIESDVMEUT NMCELNUTDE,
STATE OR LOCAL AGENCY
LICENSE NUMBER.
FLORIDA STATE LAW
requires all child care centers
and day care businesses to
register with the State of Flori-
da. The Sun Newspapers will
not knowingly accept advertis-
ing which is in
violation of the law


SALES
2070


RECREATIONAL VEHICLE
SALES PRO.
Immediate opening.
Diesels to trailers. Excellent
income potential selling the
best names in the industry.
Experience preferred.
DFW Non-Smoked.

se(941) 966-2idon
orfa rsm t
g 4) g mle42. R.V
World Inc. of Nokomis
2110 Rt 41, Nokomis, FI.

CHILDIADULT
CARE NEEDED
2090

PRESCHOOL TEACHERS
for NAEYC accredited
preschool in North Port. Expe-
rience needed, part time posl-
tions available. 941-426-4946

SELLS
C 2o -TOA O
Venice/Englewood
North Port areas
on
941-206-1200
Pt. Charlotte Areas

GENERAL
2100


29 Serious People to Work
From Home using a computer.
Up to $1500-$5000
PT/FT Free info
www.pticoncepts.com
CAM LICENSED PORTFOLlo
MANAGER Port Charlotte/
North Port. Gateway Manage-
ment. Resume and salary
requirement to
kwgateway@daystar.net or
941-629-0987
DANCERS WANTED
Emerald City Gentleman's Club
$1,000 bonus 941-766-1161
FLORAL DESIGNER, Experi-
enced. Perm. Position. Experi-
ence in all aspects of flower
bus. preferred. Apply in person
151 S. McCall Rd, Englewood.
LANDSCAPER, needed,

arg o xpperi nce IM t hv
clean driving record within
past 3 years & drivers license
Call 941-258-2282

tLoOe uDotyou have 0hr /wk

hoel Fxmihns fFce .training

LOT PORTER
RV DEALERSHIP
Full time position.
Job includes janitorial,
arranging lot for display,
getting units ready for
sale, show set up, minor
repairs, delivery of units,
mcl cdnies .ruosrtdhav~eW
Non-Smoker. Call Jim Alba
RV 11d)1566-2N82.
RVWrIc of N omis
Medical Billing
Trainees Needed!
Hospitals & Insurance
Companies hiring now!
No Ex erience Needed I
Local training & Job "
PHlacD lent available!
& PComa d d
1-888-5nn-5176
MODELS NEEDED
All types & ages 5 yrs & up
941-955-9128

L0 ~
SALES
PROFESSIONALS
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY
Experienced Preferred
Grb t ca!3L csa ins!
Benefits Available.
Gene Gorman
Premier Motors
1305 Tamiami Trail
Punta Gorda
(941)-639-7300





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very nice $30 941-356-0129
ROASTER GE electric roaster
W/buffet inserts $15 941-
764-7105
ROMAN SHADES burgundy,
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941-408-9855
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medium-blue, 6'x11' padding.
$25 941-276-1881
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medium-blue, 6'x11' padding.
$25 941-276-1881
SHEET SET Queen tri-color
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SorL 5RW9A4RE62-5GL1D&SLV
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$95 941-624-5211
SPIDERMAN. BEDSKIRT,
SHAMS, DRAPES. $30 EACH.
941-639-6739
STEP STOOL sturdy white 2-
step stool, rubber steps $20
941-697-6697
TABLE 16"x20" wood tbl. top
6 adj. hgts. 3 adj. angles.
Folds. NEW $15 941-625-
5211
TALL SEASHORE lamp $75
443-852-0105
TWIN BED wicker headboard,
$50 941-627-2711 or 941-
626-5629

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080 941-830-0816
VACUUM DYSON dc-25 Ani-
mal w/warranty Purple Ball
$295 941-698-1039
VERTICALS FOR 6ft door wall
Hunter Green color 2 $150,
080 941-460-0990
WALL ART 48"x60"blk &
gold, Manhattan skyline w/
Twin Towers. Lv. msg. $100.
941-255-0237
WINE CABINET Black holds
20 bottles & 15 glasses. Exc.
cond. $75 941-875-8382
WINE CARAFE/GLASSES:
Monogrammed with "P". Set/
$18 941-276-1881
WINE RACK: Rustic, solid
wood.Holds 10 bottles. $10
941-276-1881


POOL SERVICES
5165


AZTECH POOLS Personal-
ized
Complete Pool Serv. & Repair
Lic/Ins. 941-585-1711

PRESSURE
CLEANING
5180

DIRT BUSTERS PRESSURE
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COMPUTER SERVICE
5053


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

CLEANING
SERVICES
5060


ATTN! ONLY $50-$60/wkly
acct. Dependable, 20yrs exp
lic/ins. Rachel 941-473-6062
HOME /COMM.
IMPROVEMENT
5100


CARPENTER, INC. Handyman
Rotten wood, doors, soffit, facia,
etc. Phil 941-626-9021 lic. & ins.

- ~6~~ cri?~~~
CERAMIC TILE
installed from
$1 per sq ft.
941-979-9902
DAN THE HANDYMAN
Bath rm & kitchen remodels
Painting, Carpentry, Anything?
941-697-1642
DAVE'S HANDYMAN
Honest, Knowledgeable & Rell-
able. Call for all your needs,
Sm/Lg 941-628-8326 Lic/Ins
FCI CONSTRUCTION Con-
crete, Masonry and Demoli-
tion. Driveways, Additions'
Cm~m~ercia B~uildings. Lc./Ins.
HURRICANE SHUTTERS
Installed or Do-it-yourself
Window Replacements &
Installations. 941-769-1679

De~c~ks,q aD ge l ooor ,
Patios & more. FREE crack
Repair with renovation.
941-375-1103

LAWNIGARDEN
& TREE
5110

AN OCCUPATIONAL LICENSE
may be required by the City
and/or County. Please call the
npg ouritet oc upational licens-

A COMPLETE TREE CARE CO.
Quality Work Done Right the 1st
Time by anExp. DrugFreeCrew
Tree sales, prune, install,
design, removal, stump grinding
Professional Arborist.
Free Estimates, 10% Sr. Discount
941-426-8983
www.northporttree.com
BASIC LANDSCAPING
*Dependability *Accessability
*Customer Satification
STARTING AT $80/per mo
Some restrictions apply.
Lic/Ins 941-504-3307
BURTON'S LAWN & Landscape
Full service since 1992 Accept-
ing new act. 941-223-7186

WALALIPNATPIENNG
5140



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PLUMBING
5160


THINK PLUMBERS are too
high? Give me a try! Retired
master plumber. Lic.
RF11067393
Ross (941)-204-4286


ARTS AND CRAFTS
6025


ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS large
baskets 1 spring)l autumn ea.
$20 941-585-1924
BULL CARVING by WITCO
DECOR 58"X36" Hang on wall.
$60, 080 941-889-7592
CHRISTMAS CRAFT SALE
Sat Nov 19 8:30 3:00
VENDORS WANTED -
S1 +Deadline Nov 12
Call Gail Wray 485-7982
GIFT WRAPPING materials

wiles are 9q4t1 455070al50r
JEWELRY BEADS 50plus
bg Oan~d acce~ssor088p eces
PAINTING GIRL on Seashore
wh/ Id fr 28x32,painting 20 x
24 15 859-466-9572
PINECONES: JUMBO ba .
Gelt 27 1Iliday crafts. $

SEWING MACHINE Never
used. Model 7312. Acces-
sor941 n ld~e04ext.table

DOLLS
6027


ANTIQUE DOLL KESTNER
#167 21" old cloths. $495
941-637-6474
GERMAN HANDWERCK Boy
Eyes are loose, but great
cond. $350 941-564-6193
STROLLER VICTORIAN Doll
St~roler04rig.Paint $225 941-
VINTAGE DOLL Effanbee
Gallery coll. Ireland MV178
mlnt $20 941-204-7125


$20 941-204-7125
VINTAGE DOLL Effanbee vin-
tage doll Taffi 2358 $10
941-204-7125
VINTAGE DOLL Precious
moments Bride doll blonde
mlnt $15 941-204-7125

HOUSEHOLD GOODS
6030


4FT. FLUORESC Lights 4 pc
brand new in boxes. $220,
080 941-697-1110
AREA RUG
5'x7'.brn,tan,blk.never used.
$79, 080 941-235-2203
AREA RUG 8.5 X 5.5 rug
flower border good condition
$35, 080 941-429-8513
BED IN a bag Black satin
Quen size $50 941-586-
BED KING firm, mt/bx, 3yr
$190 941-697-0777
BED QUEEN 6mo, pillow top,
Serta $175 941-697-0777
BED, AERO BRAND Queen
w/built in pump, Good Condi-
tlon $40 941-629-7880
BDo IREpAt nUgoNd, bc g
$15 941-505-9315
BLINDS WHITE 721N.HORI-
ZONTAL EXCELLENT $40
941-626-5501 ..
CAROLYN BLISS painting
signed & #ed cost 375. $60,
080 941-828-1236
CARPET LIGHT tan berber
new 7' x 7' $40 941-629-
5746
CEILING FAN 52" HARBOR
BREEZE BRUSHED NICKEL,
EXC. $85 941-639-6739
CEILING FAN NASCAR 52"
JEFF GORDON #24. $75 941-
639-6739
CEILING FANS (3) Working.
We remodeled. $30, 080
941-613-2175
CHAIR MAT for office chair on
carpet 45"x60" clear $33
941-889-7767


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6030


CHAMPAGNE GLASSES
Mikasa new set of 4 black.
$20
941-228-1745
CHANDELIER BRASS
crystal, w/long chain. $110
080 941-697-1110
CHERRY-DESK BSI-PG
Office or Home,Beautiful,lock
drwrs $275 901-493-6081
CHINA SANGO majesty
Romanica platinum collection
64pc. $99 941-473-2150
CHIeNAs F ANSISC8AN D Oet
941-625-1863
CLOCK, ANTIQUE BLACK
FOREST $350, 080 941-697-
1388
COMFORTER SET Lt Green &

vaanceir$20sp7rl5-39-s0h4a5
CKOMTFORRTDEURCESHAMSlo I D
must see! $25 941-639-1517
COMPLETE BATH:BROWNS.
Ln ns a~cce soie(mlasu-

COUCH BROYHIL-LIKE new -
soft floral, traditional $130
941-876-4433
DECORATOR MIRRORS (2)
21"X54" Framed. $99, 080
941-613-2175
DEHUMIDIFIER KENMORE,
30-PINT, AUTOMATIC $60
860-941-8073
DEHUMIDIFIER LG brand
45pint capacity. NEW COND
$90 941-423-2585
DE 6M6 8F5E7R WHITE $50

DESK W/TOP SHELF medl-
um Oak finish, large, Smart!
$70, 080 941-474-3299
D FRwE1 bRa0 0M sd id eW
$70 941-698-9304
DISHES BLUE and white dish-
es good condition $25, 080
941-429-8513
DISHES ENGLISH Spode ser-
vice /12 must see $350, 080
941-697-1388
DISHES GOLD trimmed dish-
es good condition $25, 080
941-429-8513
DOUBLE-BED BSI-PG

heaad/o/otboard,spiant oosox
sprgs $125 901-493-6081
DRAPES BEAUTIFUL LINED
PASTELS $50 941-255-9152'
ERGONOMIC SLAT system
for mattress only $50 941-
474-4994
EXECUTIVE-CHAIR BLACK
"Leather" tall back Comfort-
able $65 901-493-6579
FLOOR LAMP ANTIQUE
LOOK, 68" TALL $35 812-
447-0145
FLUORESCENT LIGHT 4'long
2 bulbs 40 watts w/diffuser
nice $19 941-889-7767
FRAMED ART work $20
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FqUrhN nLPcdove emu ,3 Ir
941-249-0885
GORGEOUS TIFFANY lights
$80, 080 941-697-1110
GRILL thermos brand table-
top gas grill never used $60,
080 941-743-3321
HAMILTON MANTLE clock
German made West Minster
chimes $99 941-473-2150
HEADBOARDS TWIN (2),
Brass-plated, each $35, 080
941-923-8715
HOME INTERIOR print new
rooster framed print 24"x28,,
$35 941-228-1745
I BUY FURNITURE
Or anything of vallue!
941-485-4964
KIRBY VACUUM rug
scrubber & all attachments
$195 941-697-6697


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426-9208
MIKASA CASUAL octagon
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5M R- R8/SHELF SET
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$35, 080 941-766-8727
PEPSI COOLER 20 1/2" tall
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HOLIDAY ITEMS
6031


ANTIQUE HORSE Antique
Horse 28" Tall Glass Eyes
$125 941-637-6374
ANTIQUE HORSE Antique
Horse 28" Tall Glass Eyes
$125 941-637-6374
BYERS CHOISE Victorian Car-
riage 15"-30" $150 941-637-
6474
C TREE 7.5'-reg250.00-5.5
wide-beautiful $50 941-237-
1085
CHRISTMAS TREE 12' Silk
Downswept $50 941-575-
6928
CHRISTMAS TREE 7 1/2
FOOT EXCELLENT CONDITION
$40 941-460-8528
CHRISTMAS TREE 7.5 ft,
pre-lit pine, 800 clear lights
$40 941-423-1957
MACY'S 100.00 GIFT CARDS
(2) $180 941-828-0226
PFALTZGRAFF CHRISTMAS
!iag Sco 1s~ugarl/re~amer
SEWING MACHINE Elna,
64E9 1vrlc 11ec cond.

FURNITURE
6035


2 OAK Captains Chairs
Antique style. Good condi-
tlon. $50 941-485-8607
4 PC bamboo bedroom set
$250 443-852-0105
5 DRAWER chest & triple
drlesser9 4 mr~ro~r363v. msg.

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6-DRAWER DRESSER w/mir--
row Belge/very good cond.
$65, 080 941-467-3107

Selli gFOA~/Ue 6Fumiture

ACCENT TABLE. Oval top.
Blond fi sh.9 x82785x264050

ANTIQUE DINING ROOM
Call S9E4T1-9146-399
ANTIQUTEA SE NOGBUFFET
Call 941-916-5399
ARMOIRE/ TVCABINET
Antique All Oak USA Made
LOVELY! $295 941-769-4999
BAR STOOLS (2) 24in wood
$10, 080 941-286-1910
BDRM. SET Queen, 6pc,
god5 c d{-4n cen mt94ox spr.
BED MATTRESS/BOX.
New will sell $100.
941-629-5550
BED CHILD/TODDLER race
crl-b~ed03w/5mattress. $60
BED TWIN, Great, 12" thick,
Rttn ha~d~bord, llbedding.
BEDROOM SET 4 pc, old, vani-
ty, mirrors, tall dresser, armoire,
bed $300 obo 941-564-8639
BEDROOM SET MAPLE,
CHEST & 2 TWIN BEDS $350
941-639-6739
BEDROOM SET One Twin Mat
Chest of Drawers 2 Bed
B 00s1M60SE9-u6e2e5n-0b3e4d0w
headboard, 4 drawer dresser,
2 night stands, 2 lamps, exc
cond $725 941-637-1780
BEDROOM SET Queen, 2
night tables & dresser w/mir-
ror belge. $200 ENTERTAIN-
MENT CENTER 78 x 35 x 70
33" TV, glass doors w/mirror
W/W $150 941-769-9233
BEDROOM SET, 6 pieces


FURNITURE
6035


DINING ROOM glass table 6
parson chairs/full skirt covers
$495 941-698-0619
DINING ROOM SET Cherry
wood, table 6 chairs & hutch.
Pd. $6000 Asking $1,200
941-408-4290 or 412-8117
DINING ROOM Set Small
Glass Table 4 chairs $125,
080 941-923-8715
DINING SET RATTAN 44"
GLASS TOP 4 CHAIRS LIKE
NEW $350 941-766-8727
DINING SET Rattan, high end,
glass top, 2 chairs $175 941-
627-6542
DINING SET TEAK color All
0AK 44" Round + leaf 4 chairs
EXC! $325 941-769-4999


FURNITURE
6035


DRESSER CHEST Beige/very
good cond $65, 080 941-
467-3107
DRESSER MIRROR (king)
light oak,quality $135 786-
306-6335
END TABLES black frames,
glass tops. $60 941-473-
9773
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
Oak, with 50" TV, Exc. Cond.
$200 941-697-5871
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
plus 25" TV, good picture.
Both for $30 941-391-6377
USE CLASSIFIED!
ENTERTAINMENT UNIT Dark
Cherry, 70x51x20,good cond.
$125 941-575-6928


BLACK FUTON Frame $25
941-255-5264
CANOPY BED Thomasville
Blonde,Matching Dresser Xtra
$499, 080 941-320-1889
CEDAR CLOSET Upright-Dou-
ble Door. $75, 080
941-475-7015
CHAIR BLUE Thomasville
Chair Exc Cond $300 941-
468-2719
CHAIR CUSTOM upholster w/
matching Q bedspread $100
941-627-6542
CHAIR GLIDER w/gliding foot-
stool. Mint green. Iv. msg. $50
941-496-9363
CHAIR WAKEFIELD occas.
dark wood trim,gold cushions.
$50 941-475-2727
CHAIR/0TTOMAN European
Style Red Leather like new
$175 941-875-9296
CHAIRS 2 Dark wicker, w/
cs1 5n6, comfortable $60

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3308
CHAIRS 2 reclining/cloth
Good cond. $100, 080 941-
380-4442
CHAISE LOUNGE Wicker,
Cream with neutral cushion EC
$99 941-627-4763
CHEST OF Drawers w/2 night
stands, dark cherry, high end
$275 941-356-0129
CHINA CABINET Drexel Her-
itage all solid wood exec cond
$350, 080 941-625-1863

C6H 7Ax72.CAG~llNI do~ors
$300, oso
9C4H1-N2A5-0C2L307 L~vTM g.h a
Lam. Exc Cond. Call for
details. $400 941-429-9288
CHONA HUSTOCLHD 2PCWS,0
MOHOGANY 5'LX76"H $115
941-475-2533
COFFEE TABLE MARBLE
BEAUTIFUL EX/COND. $300
941-698-0619
COFFEE TABLE Rattan,
round, glass top, unique $40
941-627-6542
COFFEE TABLE Wood Octa-
gon 38" Smoke glass top
insert $125 941-493-0563
COFFEE TABLE, 2 end tables
and sofa table set Off white,
contemporary style. $75

9C40F6F9E8E-1T7A7BLES burgundy
ba el 3/49 e9 he~d4 lss5536
COFFEE TABLES pair Ethan
Allen, walnut. $100
941-624-0989 Before 9 pm
COMPUTER CHAIR: Armless.
lie,27118w80n't adjust. $10
COMPUTER CHAIR: Armless.
lie,27118w80n't adjust. $10
COMPUTER DESK ALL
WOOD Pl NE 50"X 24"X69"
$200, 080 941-457-9170

CEAMHEURTLEIRE TDOEP 28xB5LOAC
EX COND $35 941-766-8727
COMPUTER DESK
ood condition
20 941-391-6377
COUCH Brown, $150, Fabric
Chair, Multi colored, $200, 4
chairs, & glass table $100
941-276-9775
COUCH, LEATHER reclining
V~e~r0 od eond44lon. $100,
COUCH/LOVESEAT BEIGE
MUST SEE
EXCELLENT CONDITION!
$225, 080 941-637-4920

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White,1ike new $300, 080
269-625-7048
DESK 2 files, 2 Ig. 48" draw-
ers, $50, 941-408-2300
DESK ROLL Top & Chair
Wood 52" Key Lock $350
941-493-0563
DINETTE SET Glass top, tan
metal base, 4 chairs, rust
seats $150 941-460-8847
DINETTE SET Ivory formica. 4
chairs on casters. Peach vinyl
chairs. $25 941-743-4318
DINING ROOM Chairs 6 Par-
sons, turquoise, Exc. $150
941-505-0297
DINING SET complete w/tea-
cart $160 941-661-8117


FURNITURE
6035


DINING SET White Wash Oak
12" leaf 4 chairs. Good condi-
tion. $150
941-505-0758
DINING SET, Jack Daniels
needs TLC $90, 080 941-
629-5746
DINING SET: solid plank
maple table w/4 matching
chairs $400 941-698-0684
DINING TABLE Beveled,
round glass top with four
chairs. $150 941-625-1932
DINING TABLE MAHOGANY, 4
WHEELED ARM CHAIRS $400
812-447-0145
DINING TABLE Tile top, 39 x
64 w/4 chairs very clean
$175 941-356-0129


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6035


ETHAN ALLEN bed frame
white oak king size nice design
$65 941-249-0885
EXEC DESK Chair Adj.Ht,
Brown Leather. Good Cond
$30 941-637-0268
FUTON LIKE new, multi posi-
tion, burnt orange $100 941-
286-3308
GLASSTOP COFFEE Table
3ft square white wroughtiron
base $75 941-416-8993
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941-255-9152
HEADBOARD WOOD queen
size $40 941-380-7146
HEADBOARD, KING BEAUTI-
FUL 0AK with mirrors & sides!
$315, 080 941-412-6777
HID1EAB8ED96L6KE new $200
KNG SIZ2E5Bed~r on Set2 God
Shape. $20914426
LANAI/POOL SET 5PC
TUBULER BLUE MESH. $125,
080 941-613-2175
LIFT CHAIR PRIDE LIFT
RECLINER EC,LN,MUST SELL!
$300, 080 614-301-6410
LIVING ROOM set 3 seat
sofa, 2 arm chairs, coffee
table, 2 end tables, 2 lamps
exc cond $975 941-637-1780
LOVESEAT NO rips/tears
Nice! $30 941-661-8117
LOVESEAT, LANE W/TWIN
SLEEPER. EXC. COND. $200
989-305-1736
MATTRESS SET twin size
Sealy Posturepedic firm
w/frame $55 941-497-6187
NIGHTSTANDS & Kin HB
wood style older. $99ng
Sue 847-401-4342 NP area
NOOK SET round table with 2
leather chairs, chrome and
glass$120 941-575-8229
OCCASIONAL TABLE w/
magazine rack. Solid wood.
Venice $15. 941-544-5755
PATIO SET 2 chairs and love
seat with cushions $140 941-
575-8229
PATIO SET 5ft. square glass

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PATIO SET large table w/6
chairs & umbrella. $75, 080
941-629-5576

ch~a rs BEEAUT2FULath2ebS Ne
$650 941-766-9661
RATTAN TABLE & 4 Chairs,
Glass Top, Fall Colors, Cush-
ions $125 941-661-5013
RECLINERLAZBY (2) /aLIKE NEW o
$150/each 812-447-0145
RECLINER CLOTH, wall hug-
er La-z-Boy in fair condition
75 941-625-1932
RECLINER DARK green, very
good cond. $75
941-637-6374
RECLINER LA-Z-BOY like
new, burgundy $275 941-
697-6697
RECLINER LEATHER large
tan. $90 941-697-0777 '
RECLINER LEATHER, Sealy,
teal very good $200, 080
941-575-1632
RECLINER LEATHER, taupe
Ik~e5 nw.2 $250, 080 941-
RECLINER SWIVEL, rocker
sage,good cond. $50 941-
460-8509
RrEe eR cSWIVSEII Mint
Iv. msg. $50 941-496-9363


RECLINER, Like new, light
brown, all leather. $400/obo
941-483-4889 Leave msg.
RECLINER: WOOD/RATTAN,
Palmtree print. As new. $299
941-276-1881


ELECTRONICS
6038


BROTHERS FAX all in one MC
885 Telephone copier answer-
ing $50, 080 941-639-1915
FLOOR STEREO Magnavox,
Cabinet model, AM/FM/stereo
,Record player high quality 4
$60. 941-475-2533
FLOOR STEREO Magnavox,
Cabinet model, AM/FM/stereo
6R~eor~d1-ye 5high quality 4
GPS NAVIGATION Magellan
Mestr904han~ds-5fr~e~ebnib $45,
GPS still in box $50
941-564-8770
NINTENDO WII Remote and
Sensor $20 941-276-8259
PLAYSTATION, PS3, Xb x
30-297 8ame~s bundle $50
ROCKBAND PS/2,EXC.
COND. $50 941-286-2339
SONY AUDIO video receiver
cost over 475. only $86 941-
697-1102
TOM TOM GPS almost new,
w/manual and CD $150, 080
941-698-8990
WASHER EXC.COND.
SUPER cap. $150 941-421-
8236

TVISTEREO/RADIO
6040


20" T.V $8 941-623-3723

C/r Rote T& m~aanuaaso Ib r~d .
VG Cond. $25 941-497-6764
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NEW $125 941-698-0684
HDTV 32" SAMSUNG GOOD
PICTURE GOOD SOUND $50,
080 941-423-5701
HDTV 42" Hitachi comes with
stand $150, 080 941-916-
9014
SEAT Jonh Deer Riding Mower
seat NEW $50.00 call 941-
255-3429
T.V. 20" color works great
$35 941-625-1863
T.V. 28" $40, 080 941-
623-3723

TELEVISION 321NCH Sony
Trinatron excellent Picture
Comes with stand $200,
080 941-828-0260
TURNTABLE STANTON Prof-
1J qaliy second. $250
TV 25" GE cable ready Like
Bew w9 elm803 -91anual $25,
TV 27" Sony Trinitron, Excel-
lent Condition $50 941-575-
6928
TV 32" LED SONY EnergyStar
Model #KDL-32L4000, almost
new. $300 941-240-1780


TVISTEREO/RADIO
6040


TV 55" Magnavox projection
tv perf.cond. $225, 080 941-
629-3322
TV RCA colored 25-Inch T.V.
Works Fine $50
941-255-3429
TV SANYO, 26-INCH, WITH
REMOTE $30 860-941-8073
TV w/Stand 27" PANASONIC,
W/DVD/VHS, WORKS great
$125 941-460-8509
TV'S, SONY COLOR
W5/RE 09TE30527" 3&632". each
VINTAG SOTEREOEBEq9 1p- n
3625
WALL MOUNT bracket Holds
40-70", plasma/Icd ty. New in
box $70 941-492-3164

COMPUTER
EQUIPMENT
6060

COMPUTER 18" MONITOR,B-
IN SPEAKERS,WIN-XP $150
941-697-0505
COMPUTER CABINET unit
38x24x60" teak like new
$395, 080 941-639-1915
COMPUTER HP COMPAQ
mini.new in box.warranty.
$200, 080 941-235-2203
I ^"5"= 25 A',H,=H I
COMPUTER HP Desktop- Win-
dow XP, 17" mnto $40
94ws426-4903 mn r
COMPUTER HP, printer,
d~e~sk, 9e eu2iv 2nair, $200,
DAVE IN-HOUSE-OFFICE comn-
puter repair, set-up Serving Char-
lotte Co. 10+ yrs 941-629-6337
FAST XP 80GB Hd 512Ram
DD-0CD94R1W 75" L5C5D Monitor

Hooks like n~e~wR 47 OBrdn9s41
624-5081

OAPTOXP D Lal Inp nodnlod l
access. $250 941-743-3858
LAPTOP HP 550 w/printer,
160gb, dvd/cd burner, etc
$250 941-875-0485
LAPTOP TOSHIBA 2GB,
1.7GHz, 110GB, Vista Prem
$175 941-681-0428
MONITOR 19" Benq T903
Flt.Scrn.HiRes.ExCnd $35
941-637-0268
MONITOR FLAT panel w v
tech e monitor LN for both
only $68 941-697-1102
PORETRECNER EPSON,
CX4200 $25 941-697-0505
PXR OTOER IiEPSONNE~yu
080 941-698-1039
WIN XP 512 ram 40gb HD
CD-RW, more $60 941-697-
4355
CLTHING/ JEWELRY
ACCESSORIES
6065

ANKLE BRACELET 14K
GOLD LINKED "HEARTS" $250
941-474-2023
BLAZER AIGNER leather new,
brown size 10, great for Xmas
gift. $50 941-564-6193
BOOTS RED Lace-up over the
Ankle New Dancing Dolls 7W
$100, 080 941-698-1039
CLOTHES JUNIORS-DEP
Newer szs s/m/3/5 Any8
$25 941-544-1128 NP-area
CLOTHING BOY'S sizes 14-
12-8 jeans, shorts, shirts.Per
BCx OT20 941-460-D27 z 8
Michael Jackson Thriller Jacket
Red w zip off sieves. Circa
1982 $150/080 941-445-
1274
CLOTHING GIRLS junior
sizes. Pants, tops, jeans. $20
941-460-2761


CLTIG/ JEWELRY
ACCESSORIES
6065

COACH PURSE, SIGNATURE
W/Leather, slightly used. $90
941-460-8218
HANDBAG NEW "KATE
SPADE" co py/Ta n/10O"x1 2"
PGI $25 941-661-4477
HARLEY DAVIDSON Boots
8 1/2 Used, Style: Brake Light
$50 941-625-3796
HARLEY DAVIDSON JACK-
ET/VEST ETC $200 941-924-
6109

JbaCk, woml-IARXL.Y$5L0e9h41
626-5647
JACKET, AIGNER Leather
Great Condition.SZ Medium.
$45, 080 941-613-2175
JACKETS HARLEY WOMEN
M & XL $20 941-626-5647
LADIES DRESS-BOOTS ankle
7.5 w/pointed sqr toe $123
941-544-1128 NP area
LADIES LEATHER jacket
Brown 3/4 length size 8 like
new $50 941-474-0010
LADIES TOPS Petite/S Like
new/clean Name brands.
$2, 080 941-833-9196
LADYS ALPHA Watch 18kt.
gold 17 jewels Swiss made
5299 941-473-2150
LAW PRO Uniform Shirts New,
still packaged, large, 16-1/2,
9h~ort5 lee~v~e $10
LEATHER BIKER VEST- XL
w/fringe UNISEX, New..0NLY
$25 941-493-3851

SmL E5R 941- 5-37Md's
LEATHER JACKET Ladies Blk
HD Jacket $125, 080 941-
441-7776
LEATHER VEST Brown, Small,
10 pocket, Conceal Carry
$50 941-625-3796
MEN'S LEATHER jacket
black,zipout lining size 42 like
new $50 941-474-0010
MEN'S UNIFORM Trousers
Law-Pro, brand new, Navy, 34
Reg., 31/32 length. $12
941-575-6928
NECK CHAIN, 18K GOLD
ROLLO 16 INCHES. ENGLE-
WOOD. $250 941-474-2023
PENDANT, 14K GOLD.
UNUSUAL DESIGN. "Z" SHAPE
-FOR CHAIN. $350 941-474-
2034
SLACKS, 23 woman's, Alfred
Dunner/Alia excellent condition
$9 ea. sz.16 941-769-1065
SNEAKERS, NEW 8 1/2 W
W2H5T/"B410F66dorg 29 PGI
SPORTSCOAT, MENS, beau-
tif~ul,4Fl~acolr, size 44, $40+
TOE RING 10K GOLD $60
941-474-2023
WEDDING GOWN Ivory, new.
Sz 12 $200 941-876-3535

ANTIQUES
COLLECTIBLES
6070

1899 WERNER ANTIQUE
HAND PUMP VACUUM CLEAN-
ER $425 941-473-2150
50'S VICTORIAN WEDDING
GOWN LACE,SATIN, LS, NICE
$350 941-544-0042
ALWAYS BUYING
ANTIQUES, ART, SILVER
NEW ENGLAND ANTIQUES
(941) 639 -9338
ANTI UE BIRD'S Iy al
bedroom set 2 dreseseers bped
$380 941-474-4472
ANTIQUE SINGER Sewing
Mahn ed90209 trle 8 t~h
AUTOGRAPHED MANTLE
with letter of authenticity 8x10
$499, 080 941-457-9170
BELL COLLECTION MINIA-
TURE bells(65) $100, 080
941-697-1388


ANTIQUES
COLLECTIBLES
6070

BIG BAND Cassette Tapes
100 tapes Greatest Record-
ings $50 859-466-9572
BRADFORD COLLECTOR
Plates 12 Kindred Moments
$30 941-426-9208
CAMERA. ARGUS C-four
35mm Rangefinder w/case
(1953) $30 941-894-7270
CAPADEMONTE BASKET of
flowers and beautiful swans
each $45 585-1924
CASH PAID**any old mili-
tary items, swords, medals,
uniforms odl65n~s80Dom


sCeLeCnKsuPLA3N5TER'BO us
697-1388

I b/AUACER n3 each OBue
941-575-9566
DINING TABLE, Duncan Phyfe
drop leaf, pads, 4 leafs $250
941-575-1128
DRESSER DARK Hardwood
Texas Rose Scorpian Horse on
face $250 941-416-8993
FOOTBALL CARDS 5-25
years old,many Q.B.s,aprox
150 $50 941-929-5432
GAS HEATER Fireplace-stove
$495 941-496-9252

Hadd~ed tp,V baidd~etailck $0
941-276-1881
HESS TRUCKS, 12 trucks
from 1988 to 2006. NIB. Each
$50, 080 941-626-5099
HUMMEL 1988 Plate orig
box, reduced-BARGAIN! Great
gift! $50 941-639-1517
ICE CREAM PARLOR Chairs-2
$50 941-496-9252
JOHNNY LIGHTNING Collec-
tor cars 1/64 scale Muscle
set $25 941-929-5432
KISS FIGURINES all 4 band
members, all orig packages,
$20 each obo 941-564-8639
MANTLE CLOCKS
KEY/MOONDIAL $225
941-924-6109
MILK GLASS OVER 70
PIECES call $175, 080 941-
685-0189
MONTBLANC REPLICA Pens
Pens are burgundy or black.
$3 941-223-6430
OIL PAINTING Bavarian moun-
t~ai 1-e~ne $250, 080 941-
OLD JEWELRY Tir Crw 2
slyr bracelets & other asst
pieces $70 941-544-0042
OLD WOOOD Frame Sculp-
tured. 34 W x 38 H Antique
$100, 080 941-698-5002
PICTURE FRAMED of George
Galfo's Mystics w/signatures
$20 941-423-2585
RETRO DRESSERS (2) W/
Mirror & High Boy, gray.
$150 941-681-2827
ROSARIES 12, asst'd, sold as
a lot, beautiful pcs. $175,
080 941-979-6362
TV 1950'S Philco Predicta
w/orig. stand. $350, 080
914-626-5099
WOODEN ICE Box circa 1900
37"x22"x15". $285, 080
941-828-2659
WOODEN SHIPS wheel Old 3'

Whoaopde125hi9s41-W3 47F4a
MUSICAL
6090


1974 GIBSON LES PAUL
GREAT SHAPE GREAT ACTION.

r150 / bow/941 445- 2st4ad
ACOUSTIC GUITAR 1981
KAY, MAHOGANY BEAUTY
$225 941-764-9169
ACOUSTIC GUITAR First Act
brand wooden.Good cond.
$35 941-423-2585


FURNITURE
6035


RECLINERS Lazy Boy, like
new, never used, brown
leather, swivel rockers $250
pair 080 941-716-2877
ROCKING CHAIR w/foot-
stool, oak, dk green cushions,
like new $40 941-626-5468
ROLL TOP desk excellent
cond. oak $200
941-429-9048
SECRETARY, ETHAN Allen,
Cherry, glass front over a 5

srfae.c s5t0 9d4rlop7d-0w906r0k
SECTIONAL LEATHER 3pc
small. $100 941-697-0777 '
SERVING CART white enamel
3 shelf on casters $24 941-
889-7767
SLEEP SOFA/LOVESEAT 2
cQ bWht/1ellow f oal 9d5 cnd

coLos. $R100; AEEu mthi~n
loveseat. 941-764-0570

h~ai rEo~rRI pattern like ne t
cond $300 941-698-0684

leather/Hwood frame only $u4e8
941-456-5059

tSsFA & Lo~velse~at S~e~a66 pas-
SOFA BEIGE microfiber. Like

9 1-2553002307BLO. msg
SOFA DOUBLE Recliner Drop
down Tray Blue & Mauve. Nice!
$100 941-766-1198
SOFA ELEGANT IVORY
LEATHER little used exc cond
$335, 080 941-575-1606
PUT CLASSIFIEDs
TO WORK FOR YOU
19 rt mPort o 12o'o
Pt. Charlotte Areas
call 2o6-12oo
SOFA LA-Z-BOY leather like
new taupe $499, 0B0 941-
575-1632
SOFA QUEEN sleeper,floral
good cond. $75 941-460-
8509
SOFA SLEEPER & Sofa
Recliner Blue & Mauve Beauti-
ful Set $150 941-766-1198
SOFA SLEEPER Blue & Mauve
Nice Mattress. Limited use.
$100 941-766-1198
SOFA, SLEEPER pastels no
rips Nice! $65 941-661-8117
SWIVEL ROCKERS 2,
RATTAN EXCELLENT CONDI-
TION $300 941-460-8528
TABaLdEdeBdAMH OhB SS rTmOP
Chairs $215 941-460-8218

DBELSEANDM ORPOR2E4DX24XA3LL
$75 941-488-8844
TABLE WICKER 42" ROUND
WHITE, EXC. CONDITION'
$75, 080 941-914-4080
TA3LLL TA2BOLE94Ma~rbl~e-8T 920W

wt~h 4BbAR c~ha sboo20Tdk 9B41
809-6705
TRIPLE DRESSER w/mirror &
night stand. Walnut finish. $75
080 942-875-6050 '
TRUNK WICKER large med
brown good cond. $79
941-627-4763
TV STAND 481N. STAND TWO
GLASS SHELVES EXCELLENT
$40 941-626-5501
TV STAND Oak excellent.
$150 941-214-8115
WICKER HEADBOARD Queen
size. white very good cond.
$120, 080 941-467-3107

WCK5E2R1TV5 stand $40

WOOD FUTON light color
heavy queen mattress $175
941-456-5059
WROUGHT IRON dinette 50"
glass top with 4 chairs. $225
941-764-7957





PT. CHARLOTTE/DEEP
CREEK GARAGE SALEs
6006





SETRIE tSuAE
THU.-SAT. 8AM-3PM
14299 Marlin Ave

Fine OA e~na tFntrsniture,
EveC ntdheSHokme!
Century 21 Almar & Assoc.
941-429-2727






THURS.- SAT 9AM-?
19658 Midwa Pt. Char.
HUGE ESTA E SALE !
Great Christmas gift ideas,
jewelry galore, antiques &
collectibles, beautiful furni-
ture and much, much more.

PUNTA GORDA
GARAGE SALES
6007

~FRI & SAT. 8-4
u11016 GRAPEFRUIT LN
2 family sale. Tools, Plants
Toys, Xmas decor. household
and much more. Dont miss!
mFRI.-SAT. 8-1
u1507 LaVilla Road.
Large Sale off Cooper St.
Lots of unique items
~FRI.-SAT. 8-2 932 Cimar-
ur0n Dr. Off of Aqul Esta-
Household Misc. Truck, motor-
cycle, boat & Much more.
FRI.-SAT. 8-5
S3111 Buttonwood Place
Boats, Camper, Utility Trailer
tools, guns, household items


FRI.-SAT. 9-3
1435 San Carlos La. (PGI)
lift chair, 2 Jazzy scooters
BR/LR/DR furniture, stereo
sys, kitchenware, clothes,
paintings, elec bed & more.
~FRI.. Nov. 4, 8am -
U12noon & SAT.. Nov. 5,
8am 10am. 5730 Almar Dr.
(Dir.: 41 South to Rio Villa'
nrahturn rgt&fol ow t~o te; erdn
left & follow to 5730 Almar Dr.)
ESTATE SALE assisted by the
Isles Girls & Guys. Dining
room table w/6 chairs &
hutch; leather sofa; entertain-
ment center; tables; television;
lamps; 6 piece queen bed-
.oo s t;n ofaurbnd trkitchben
stools; grill, bikes, pressure
washer; lawn mower; work
bench; tools; ladders; boating
equipment; outboard motor.
Buyers are responsible for
removal & transportation of all
purchased items.
~SAT 8AM 12302 Catalina
UDr. TGA Multi-family. Scrap
BookinT supplies,. clothes,
tools, hristmas, misc. items.
OSAT. 8-1 30154 Alder
Road 3 Families, Crafts-
man lawn tractor, furniture,
kids clothes, lots of misc'
good stuff, don't miss it. '

SSAT. 8-12 3849 Acline
Rd. Unit 108 Bldg. 3
Saturday Everything garage
sale weekly, free gift to 1st
25 sh~o ersTTo~d~aysWS~pe~clal
~SAT. 8-2. 5403 Wilson Dr.
UPG. .Infant, toddler, youth
boy & girl items, futon frame,
bikes, 225 DVD's, much more
OSAT. 8:30-2:30 29200

Blue Heron lo n, 2ndn 3 a

MOVING SALE, No Junk, Furn,
TV's, Sewing machines, col-
lectables, sm kit appl, travel
trailer tires, clothes & more.


The Sun Classified-Section A Page 16 E/N/C/v


Saturday, November 5, 2011


NORTH PORT
GARAGE SALES
6005


OFRI.-SAT. 8-3
u8267 Alam Ave. NP
Furniture, books, household
items, toys, clothes, christmas
~FRI.-SAT. 8-3. 5077 Trott
uCr. LARGE INDOOR WARE-

Hqu p en~t e ecFro~ni s, Tclo
ibnu Idlots moatefu n, floor s ,
more.
~FRI.-SAT. 9-2
u6128 Pan American Blvd.
gMooV G/YARD SALE. Lots of
FRI.-SA~T. 9-5
8866 Gaillard Ave.
GARAGE AND CRAFT SALE
2 family Rain or Shine
~FRI.-SUN. 9-? 8159 San-
ujacinto Ave. MULTI FAMILY:
4 pc bedroom set, lots of
books, lots of misc.
SAT-SUN. 8-? 3923 S
San Mateo Dr. Huge Multi-
.family Sale, baby clothes &
itmd Ilselcrtrni st,sporcelein

~SAT. 8-? 4507 Sabrina
uTerr. Off Cranbery R
Sahara, R Sabrina. 3-amnily
sale. Boys clothes,toys, furn.
OSAT. 8-2:30 2560
Hemet St North Port.
baby things, furniture, and
weight bench
SAT. 9-3 2800 Pan
America Blvd. Gulf Coast
Assembly of God. YARD SALE,
BAKE SALE, & CAR WASH

~THU.-SAT. 9-5 1651 S
UCranberry Blvd. HUGE!
Drver, computer, printer, 19"
TV, sm appl, lawn spreader,
shop vac, clothes, household,
SS silverware, 2 much 2 list!
PT. CHARL~OTTE/DEEP
CREEK GARAGE SALES
6006


~FREE SPACE, Yard Salers
&g Vendors Wanted for tent
sale November 12. Reserve
your space call 941-743-8556

FRI SA. U 9-
3F4R6 GrAt UNec kS2
LARGE MOVING SALE
Riding mower, furniture,
utility trailer, generator,
househDldtegooods,4 more!
~FRI-SAT 8-2. 4058
RainYoa Chir. M VENd SwAaL
Some antiques, fishing, etc.
~FRI-SAT 8-4. 5150 Hills-
Uborough Blvd. GARAGE
AND SHED SALE. RAIN OR
SHINE. Furn., antiques & more!
~FRI-SAT 9-3 November 4
u& 5 Annual Community
Yard Sale. Park Place Estates
3200 Loveland Blvd. Furn,
sporting goods, household,
tools, clothing, linens, crafts,
Hummels & more
~FRI-SAT-SUN 8-5 4140
UWhidden Blvd.. Unit E. Big
Inside Sale. Riding mower,
dieso chr tolsen antiques
~FRI-SAT. 8-2 20493 Mid-
uway Blvd.. MULTI FAMILY -
computers, toys, games, elec-
tronics, clothes & lots of misc.
CHRISTMAS SALE
FRI.U SNAT.09N-33&
14214 River Beach Dr.
Gifts, jewelry ornaments,
Baie Bacb s,tmDaream I ls
other oll ct bles & plants.22

OStrasburg Dr. Poker table
& chips, linens, clothing, light-
ed village houses, Christmas,
household, kitchenware, more.


PT. CHARL~OTTEIDEEP
CREEK GARAGE SALES
6006


~FRI.-SAT. 10-4 & Sun by
Uappt. 1494 Fringe St. (PC)
MOVING! Lots of furn, hsehld,
W&D & MORE!! 941-391-4586
~FRI.-SAT. 8 -? 3176 Saint
uJames St. ESTATE SALE -

F sn turuchcollec atbleesve n k

~FRI -SA 8-1 s44C2 Dono-
baby rites h men lift, chr sst'
mas items & ro sec


ap. Ipts & pas, sver cry -
tal, china, bedding, cell
phones, NO JUNK. '
~FRI.-SAT. 8-2 15349
uMille Fiore Blvd.33953.
Between Biscayne & Cornelius
on GENNAR0
SFRI.-SAT. 8-2
21567 Bachmann Blvd 4
family yard sale, furniture,
appliances, car, 4 wheeler,
playhouse swingset, & many
misc items
~FRI.-SAT. 8-3 1370 Guild
uSt. Many nice household
items. Nice womans clothing.
Christmas and misc. items.
~FRI.-SAT. 8-3 17249
UEdgewater Dr. Dinette,
bookcases, file cabinet, bic
wind surfer package w/2
sales, mylar, fashion jewlery,
crochet baby blankets, Lennox
figurines, Vintage dishes,
linenes & household excellent
condition.
S CHECK THE )
L CLASSIFIED! /
~FRI.-SAT. 8-3
u22441 Glenn Ave .
LARGE DISPLAY of mechani-
cal tools from Snap-on &
Maco. Sm. air compressor,
porcelin & household items,
much more.
SFRI.-SAT. 8-5
25300 Punta Madryn Ave.
Deep Creek Driveway sale
From computers to Medical
Prices are RIGHT!
~FRI.-SAT. 8:30-2 18166
UGarvin Ave. Furniture,
clothes, tools,table saw couch-
es, lamps, table & chairs, lawn-
mower, household items. pots
& pans & bedding & more
~FRI.-SAT. 9-1 1614 Vis-
Ucaya Dr. Off Midway to
Yancey to Viscaya. All kinds of
household & furniture.
~FRI.-SAT. 9-3
u13327 Windcrest Dr.
Some furniture, tools, comput-
ers & household items.
~FRI.-SAT. 9-4 1397
UDorchester St: Tools,
clothes, stereo eqp, util trailer,
eng puller, boat motor, jewelry.
~FRI.-SAT. 9AM 20434
UEmerald Ave. MOVING
SALE: gas range, exercise
unit, misc. No Early Birds
~FRI.-SUN. 10-3 24678
UNova Lane. Kings Hwy to
Suncoast to Minneola, o
Nova Ln. Huge-furniture, toys,
collectibles, too much to list.

RUMMAGE SALE at
Peace Lutheran Church
21500 Gibralter Dr. Between
Conway & Harbor Nov. 3, 4,
& 5. Thurs & Fri, 7:30-2:30.
Sat 8-1.
~SAT & SUN NOV 5 & 6-

Real8y -A2Peican Ca cerW So
ety Fundraiser. MEGA SALE
SAT. (TODAY) 7:30 ?25255
Derringer (Deep Creek) Selling
large amount of items left from
yesterdays sale 1/2 PRICE.


SAT. 7-1 123 Madre De Dios
(Deep Creek). 4 FAMILY SALE:
baby items, toys, treadmill &
lots of misc.


PT. CHARLOTTEIDEEP
CREEK GARAGE SALES
6006


~SAT. 7:30-3 22302
UAugusta Ave. Antique
kitchen items, art deco, triv-
ets, porcelain sign 5'long. & more

OSAT. 8 3392 Easy
Street. toys,hosehold,etc

S .98 Celdarw~oold S2. P8C
HUGE SABE sPoU ntrubko od

motor, palm tree design sofa &
loveseat, fishing, household,
clothes, toys & much more.

~ST. 38 9826215 Madrarl
Tools, housewares, games,
lots of goodies
nSAT. 8-1 4379 Conway
UBlvd. Estate Sale 1 Day
only, everything must go, fur-
niture, art, appliances, etc.

SSAT. 8-12
26294 Bridgewater Rd.
Family Sale: Kids,
Infants, & Fun Junk.
~SAT. 8-3
U18567 Van Nuys Cir.
Misc. household and furniture.
~SAT. 8-3 23320 Abrade
UAve. 2 FAMILY SALE:
Lots of furniture, tools, clothes
and whole lot more!


SAT. 8-DARK
3182 Yukon Drive.
MULTI FAMILY- furniture,
fishing, Xmas, household,
Wedgewood, more








SAT. 8AM- 2PM, Pt. Char-
lotte Yacht Club, 22445
Glass Lane off Bayshore.
HUGE ANNUAL SALE.
Tools, nautical, garden,
appl., books, videos, baked
goods, Xmas, jewelry, linens
& household items & much
more.

Blvd. SAfTU~RDtAY OLY!!!!!
oads ooldant que ml y
sterling jewelry & much more
~SAT. 9-3 21611 Augusta
uSt. ESTATE SALE -
All contents, some yard tools.
All very clean. 1996 Buick
~SAT. 9-5 SUN 9-3 2211
uPeterborough Rd. Furni-
ture,'slamo ho s Iod items'
men' ctIng, & Isng gear.




SAT. NOV. 5th 9-12
24000 RAMPART BLVD.
Community Garage Sale.


ESTATE SALE
No learl sa es
~SAT.-SUN. 8-2 4159
UNettle Road. Boys toddler
toys & clothes 50 cents, wom-
ens adult clothes and misc.
mSAT.-SUN. 8-2 851
UColumbia St. tools, furni-
ture, exercise equipment,
odds & endU, househ31d itm

u3260 Pinetree St Port
Charlotte. Estate sale. Every-
thing must go.

2A4T1 Srna 3St. Exercise

Ei chn iteon & okuesehol~dV'
SAT.-SUN. 9-5
19010 Cochran Blvd.
Furniture, glassware, linens,
Jim Beam Collectibles, etc.


PUNTA GORDA
GARAGE SALES
6007


SSAT. 9-1 6219 Elliott St.
BTWN Olympia & Marion
Gifts, folk art, nautical, holiday
decor, antiques,

SAT., November 5, 8AM

526G0a ercan d. (w 7N)
Antique F R347-Fle~a4Market.

~SAT.-SUN. 7-3
8g19 NAPOLI LN PGI.
LOOK NO MORE! It's all here
Something for e 0 Won.

Mllarion Ave. Punta Gorda
Isles. Misc House & garage
items.
SAT.8-4.; SUN.8-12
5730 Beechwood St.
Household items, tools, build-
ing supplies & lots of misc.


Down sizing and moving sale
Lots of stuff
WE DO not buy furniture but
we will sell yours. Call for
details. (941)-505-9701
CONSIGNING WOMAN
ADVERTISE
In
The Classifieds!

ROTONDA AREA
GARAGE SALES
6008



MULTI FAMILY: household
goods, tools & holiday decor!
~FRI.-SAT. 8-2 185 Mark
uTwain La. huge 3 fam sale:
Furniture, household, clothing,
collectibles & LOTS of misc!!.
SFRI.8-4 SAT. 8-NOON
625 Boundary Blvd.
HUGE MOVING SALE
Rotonda West Furniture,
Christmas Decor, household,
art work, antique dishes, dec-
orating books, clothing,
sewing machine, books, art &
office supplies, Electronics.
Faux wood blinds, more
SAT. 8 37 Golfyiew Place.
ladies clothes size 10-16,
shoes, purses, collectables,
jewlery, household, home
decor, linens, fishing poles,
many items all Exellent Condl-
tion. Must sell.
~THU.-SAT. 8-2
u528 Boundary Blvd.
Christmas, Crafts, Household
items, Much more.
~THU.-SAT. 8-5 249
URotonda Blvd North. Rid-
ing lawn mower, fishing pole,
tools, circular saws, drill
press, stereo cabinet, pewter
figurines, car seats, high chair,
girls clothes 1-6, toys, more.

S. VENICE AREA
GARAGE SALES
6010

~FRI.-SAT. 8-3
u908 Leeward Rd.
MULTI FAMILY Christmas, sm
appliances, clothing, house-
hold goods, books, etc.

F~e~r RdA 4 awin Rd.
Huge Neighborhood Sale!!
~FRI.-SAT. 9-4
U552 Nightingale Rd. FAMI-
LY YARD SALE many items for
everyone.
~SAT. 8-? 1315 Tinamou
of stud. M2V5'Nboat & taiLeo s
SA.8-12 2269 S. Tami-
am.ESTATE-YARD SALE
Lots of tools, clothes $1.00,
we have it all. 941- 284-9459


6000


GEANLGEE SOAODS
6002


O fri SUN 8:30-2:30
1775 Bayshore Dr.

BCH eSTA SAkLeE MsGE
a own izee!SBcoeorserCaarsollerrsed
household items.
~FRI.-SAT. 9-1 892 East
4qth St. Estate & Moving
Sale: household items, tools,
and plants.
~FRI.-SAT. 9-1 NEPTUNE
DRIVE OVERBROOK
GARDENS 11/4 & 11/5
NEIGHBORHOOD SALE
~FRI.-SAT. 9-3 7538 Sea
UMist Dr.: 3 FAMILY. Every-
thing from computer stuff to
tools to glassware & more!

O 'A' HOLLAYMAVE
Antiques, dishes, kitchen
items, linens, curio cabinet
baskets, old cameras,
stands, quilts, pressure
washer, 2600 Honda, Prof.
paint sprayer Magnum
XR7, Homelite chain saw,
other tools, AII brought
here to sell. AII must go!
OSat Nov 12, 2011
u8am-1p Quality Self Stor-
age. 3041 S. McCall Road
Englewood, FL 34224. HUGE
Community Yard Sale. 40+
Sellers! An lques, Furniture,
CodlGea estuff Lsot o dt ls
OSAT. 9-3 Berkeley St.
ONEIGHBORHO D
SALE,
~SAT. 9-5 1262 Flamingo

games coFctbls L rgse
variety misc. househl goo s
SAT. ONLY 9:30-4
FISHERY RD. Off Placida
Fishery Restaurant
ANTIQUES &
COLLECTABLES MARKET

OTHU.-SAT. 8-3 12199
uDuval Blvd. Gulf Cove
MOVED everything from nick
nacks to clothes & in between.
~THU.-SUN. 8-3 1 Old
UTrail Rd. Moving! Furn., art
sm appl, linens, tools, lamps'
kitchen, yard equip, Orntl rug.
THU.-SUN. 8-5
7356 Hart,18 ft. pool,
skateboard ramp & bar,lounge
chair, lots of misc. items.

NOKOMIS/OSPREY
GARAGE SALES
6004


OFRI.-SAT. 9-2 1427
UVenetia St. Very good
rattan triple dresser, very
good bar stools, misc etc.
~SAT. 9-1 42 7th St & 383
011th St. E at 41 & Roberts
Rd. follow signs, Lake Village
MHP, 5 family sale, big variety.

NORTH PORT
GARAGE SALES
6005

~FRI-SAT 12324 Alta
UMira, North Port. Large
vrebetools, refrigerators,
portat: AC, much~ mor e!

I Classified =Sales I

OFRI.-SAT. 7-12
u8766 Gaillard Ave..
Tools, collectibles, furniture &
more.





MEDICAL
6095


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10SPITAL BED, exc. shape,
full electrical, used in private
lome for 1 yr by elderly per-
son who had ambulatory prob-
lems, mattress incl $600 941-
>28-4253. Bed is in Arcadia.
MULTI CHAIR for shower
and commode NEW $150
941-575-8229


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PRIDE LIFT RECLINER CHAIR

$30 EOBN0E61A4U3T502-7E80TE
RESTIRONCIS EVERFLO Q
Less than 1 year old, exec
cond. $800 941-228-1126
SE QUAL ECLISPE 3 w/auto
Sat less than 3 mo old w/ addi-
tional batteries & car acces-
sories $1,600 941-228-1126
SHOWER BENCH Like New
$40 941-629-7880
WALKER 4-LEGGED with
food table $50 941-237-1085

Wo di $n735 W4H1-L29-7 c8e
WHEELCHAIR SMALL back
weel in 6e~xelllent2 condition.

HEALTH /BEAUTY
6100


BARBER CHAIR Good uphol-
stery & Hydraulics. $60 941-
625-5251

TREES & PLANTS
6110


BAMBOO FRESH cut 2" to 4"
dia. 10' length many uses!
Punta Gorda $4 941-740-
4769
BROMELIADS YOU PICK $1
941-697-3160


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MUSICAL
6090


ALTO SAX Bundy Resent tune-
up locally Matte finish. $175
941-204-6760
AMP HUGHES Kettner ATS
120 combo. $375, 080
941-882-2906
AMP MARSHALL MG 30 DFX
8Cob int $125, 080 941-
BONGO COSMIC Cost
$350.00 $120, 080 941-
698-5002
CELLO W/BOW
$125 941-924-6109
DRUM SET Percussion plus
barely used, royal blue! $200
941-740-0198
EXPERT REPAIRS Violin,
Cello, Bass repairs & bow
rehireng eTrol M~usi~c 58270 ast

GUITAR AUSTIN Tele
Nat/blnd mlnt $385, 080
941-882-2906
GUITAR LESSONS
platinum selling artist taking
on new students 941-9168040
GUITAR VERY Good condition
with pick-up. Hohner HCO6H
$75 941-204-6760
KEYBOARD KORG x3 barely
used. Must have speakers to
listen $200 941-585-1966
RECORDER TASCAM 4
TRACK HOME RECORDER $60
941-764-9169
TECHNICS KN930 Keyboard
w/stand, all bells/whistles
$750 941-423-0003
TRUMPET BLESSING
SCHOLASTIC $100 941-924-
6109
YAMAHA ELECTONE ORGAN
BEAUTY,LOTS OF MUSIC
$295, 080 941-627-1603
YAMAHA MIXER 1 6/4 mixer
w/npuwer su~pp941an~d2 oer~s

MEDICAL
6095


1998 FORD WINDSTAR
Crdgo LVan o$ 000Al toens deer
tric wh el ch ir, manual ,
$1500. VGC. consider trade.
941-629-0204,704-438-5951
2 WHEEL Walker Folding &
extra wide, used once. $25
941-227-2108
SClassified = Sales |
2-WHEEL WALKER or Bed-
side Commode, Nice Condi-
tion, each $20 941-629-7880
ADULT WALKER 4 wheel
w/seat back rest handbrakes
NICE! $75 941-493-3851
BLOOD PRESSURE MONI-
TOR AUTOMATIC NEW IN BOX
COST 75 SELL $50 941-268-
9029
LIFT CHAIR, NEW $1295
SELL $800 FIRM
941-408-2300


TREES & PLANTS
6110


CANNA roots huge
orange/gold flowers. $1
941-255-0874


DAYLIGHT SAVINGS SALE,
Palms & Asst. Plants. 50% off
reital $15PG& up41-95612075Car-

Englewood Area
Orchid Society
Orchid & Plant Sale
Nov. 5, 9-2,
701 N Indiana Ave, Englewood.
Unique orchids & plants.
Info. 941-697-9237

HENS N Chicks IN ATTRAC-
TIVE PLANTERS $15 941-
255-9152
OLD STAGHORN Hanging
7'dia. 6'high $400, 080 941-
698-5002
VIBURNUM
Great for Privacy
SUIS NUSURY 941-488-7291
Plants- bromeliads, crown of
thorns, lillies, cacti, yucca,etc.
$3 Punta gorda 941-740-4769
STAGHORN FERN Beautiful
large healthy 54 inch dia $125
941-426-1065

BABY ITEMS
6120


CRIB CONVERTIBLE like
new oak $150 941-423-7390
leave msg.
CRIB SET kids line dolphin
beautiful hard to find $35,
080 941-828-1236
TODDLER BED w/New Mat-
tress, Lt Wood. Good Cond.
$40, 080 941-637-0268
GOLF ACCESSORIES
6125


BAG STAND for 2 sets clubs
w/ctr shelves 36x36x18. $30
080 941-875-6050
BATTERIES (6) 6VOLT Golf
aart attleries. NeL ai
Qtys. Exchange/cash&carry
$399 941-769-1431
CALLAWAY WOODS match-
ing set 1,3,5,7 stiff flex $150
080 941-286-2602






CLUB CAR 48Volt Golf
Cart Custom Red Prisom
paint, NEW 12" Alum. rims
& NEW tires, 4 passenger,
Rebuilt SHARP! $3,650/
080 941-830-2415
CLUB GLOVE travel bag for
clubs new. $30, 080 941-
828-1236


GOLF ACCESSORIES
6125


GOLF 15 CLUBS, BAG n Balls
Armour Titanium good shape
$80 941-697-8771
GOLF BALLS, NICE 100 for
$20. Venice 941-445-2344






GOLF CART CLUB CAR
TOTALLY REFURBISHED
4 Passenger, new paint,
tires, rims & windshield.
2yr batteries, Fully serv'd
$2950. 941-716-6792

GMOL F CLeUsB rSehtWlasnodn I
bag $40 obo 941-575-9566
GOLF CLUBS Individual clubs
like new, (50) check them ou{
$2 941-624-4617
GOLF SETS, clubs, bags &
balls. $25, 080 941-627-
1603
GOLF TRAVEL Bag DATREK
HARD CASE W/LOCK. NEW
$100 941-743-2535
KING COBRA FP IRONS 5-
SW,LW GRAPHITE LITE FLEX
$125 941-423-5701
MENS GOLF Shoes Size 9
Footjoys $25, 080 941-429-
7889

SUN ""srNaS IIE
PING GOLF BAG BLACK VERY
GOOD SHAPE ALL ZIPPERS
WORK $25 941-423-5701
PULL CART In good condi-
tion. $15, 080 941-575-
9566
TITLELIST IRONS 3-pw
graphite shafts reg.exc.cond
$125 941-204-3274

EXERCISE/
FITNESS
6128

AB CIRCLE Pro like new; all
6aers & VIDEO $80 941-
BOW-FLEX EXTREME hand
gmri~ps, aatdbar,a uleat ac5
941-255-3213
BOWFLEX EXTREME
w/cd&book.ex.cond. $400,
080 941-235-2203
BOWFLEX XTL 210#, Leg
Lat, Pec, & Row Attachments
Incl. $400 941-625-3796
EVERLAST HEAWY bag free-
standing, speedbag attach-
ment. $50 941-266-3857
EXERCISE BIKE -life cycle
4000 -exc.cond. -moving-
$150, 080 941-743-6555
EXERCISE EQUIPMENT
Health Rider $250 941-493-
7790
FITNESS GYM Pacific Fitness
Zuma exercise machine $200
941-626-1751


FIREARMS
6131


S&W 686, 6", wood & rubber
grips, case, 90 rounds, speed
loader, immaculate. $500.
941-270-0928
SPORTTRAP GUNSHOP
Venice Now Open
for all your shooting needs,
BU 1S4EL TOR E


HOME GYM 200 Ibs 2 seats
cable system, good condition
$200 941-697-8771
JUST PLAY SPORTS
Now Buying & Selling used
exercise & baseball equipment
Call 941-255-1378
Pil.ATES2 PWER25GOm 01 e
941-629-6908
RED DX fitness chair, seen on
TV.adj.easy to hard. $20 941-
475-2727
WEIDER BENCH w/ leg lift
180 Ibs plastic wts.and barbell
$75 941-492-3164
ZUMBA 4DVD'S new eng-
lish/spanish $65, 080 941-
629-6908
ZUMBA BASIC Custom DVD
$20 941-276-8259

SPORTING GOODS
6130


45 CAL lead 45 180 gr seml
wad cutter 240. $20 941-
426-1065
BASKETBALL REGULATION
Baden blue $5 941-698-9304
CAST NET Super spreader 10
ft dia cast net $35 941-426-
1065
COMPOUND BOW 70#
BEAR $110 941-698-0619
COOLER "IGLOO",
210xB107,5 2cdci-41r01cond
FISHING POLE Shimano 8'
w/baitcaster reel, ex cond
$175, 080 941-626-2832
FISHING TACKLE 8 rods &
reels full tackle box Landing
nets $300 941-426-1065
FLY ROD (SAGE) High Quality
in Canvas Case Excellent 9 ft
$175 941-697-8771
FOOSBALL Table, Oak, Great
Condition. $200
941-766-9661
FRANKLIN ELECT score
arcadeL bas~ketb9l 1a~m~ellD~ual

METAL DETECTOR LOBOlike
new w/extras $499 941-685-
0189
MOTORCYCLE HELMET w
visor & air vts LN only $36
941-697-1102

ex01Llent c nd~i on. 3ns all ,
rack, cues, cue rack, chalk,
tips $200 941-204-7765
RECURVE BOW Shakespere
55# pull $100 941-698-0619
RECURVE BOW Shakespere
55# pull $100 941-698-0619
WINDSURFING BOOM chl-
nook alloy 182cm-244cm new
condition $75 941-626-1751
FIREARMS
6131


357 Magnum, Taurus $375
941-740-2152
A COLLECTOR buys military
guns, swords, etc. Old Colts &
Winchesters. 941-705-5145
AK47 Polytech, scope mount
receiver on top, w/950 rnds.
ammo $1000 281-216-4338
REMINGTON 1187 premier
12ga. high gloss wood, scroll
wk on rec, 28in brl, exc cond.
$650. 941-228-3865
REMINGTON 12GA 3"mag,
mold-412190050semi-auto $750
REMINGTON 7MM mag,
mod 700 bdl Lepold 3x7
$725 941-429-7505
S&W 38 Special Model 36
Snub Nose. Near Mint. $550
941-468-4848
S&W'S 1ST 32 cal. revolver -
1876 ser. #375, very rare col-
lectible. $329 973-476-1631


3 WHEEL BIKE big basket
and seat, great shape, $160
941-876-4143
BEACH BIKE Huffy Ladies 6
spd vgd cond $50, 080 314-
609-1540
BICYCLE 1980 Schwinn
ladies Colleglate 3 3-speed
bicycle $40 941-809-6705
BICYCLE HUFFY 26" mens 6
speed, exc cond. $50
715-439-0458
BICYCLE, 3 wheel, w/basket,
ne tr~es,7 $00.

BIKE 18" Girls, Training
weels &1-kn~ee 6p s inc. CASH

BIKE SEARS free spirit wom-
es7926" 3 spd $35 941-625-
BIKE SEARS mens 26" single
spd cruiser $40 941-625-
2779
BIKE VINTAGE Hollywood
Schwinn 24" women single
spd $35 941-625-2779
BIKE, MEN'S Full Force Slick
Rock 21 spd., 21" wheels, 19"
frame $89 941-629-0946
BIKE, MENS 26in. Light-
weight 3-speed fenders&hand
brakes $35 941-416-8993
BIKE, RALEIGH Capri 10 spd
You~thsiz edgd0 cond $50, 080

BIKE, TREC GIRLS Coaster-
new $325 941-496-9252
DIAMOND BK mens ironman
14 spd vgd cond w/extras
$100, 080 314-609-1540
ELECTRIC SCOOTER Razor
788llntC9ndition $100
HUFFY 26" ladles & men's, 6
spd beach bikes, (loaded),
$425/pair. (941)-735-5320
LADIES & MENS Raleigh
bikes 7 speed, internal hub,
disk brakes, $400 each new -
$200 each or $350 both 941-
408-9210
NEW BIKE lock kryponite u-
lock $15 941-228-1745
TRIKE, ADULT 3 speed, Trail-
mate, polycarbon wheels, new
cond. $300 931-252-2679

TOYS
6138


GAMECUBE+10GAME PKG
by nintendo Good condition!!
$150 941-544-1128 NP area
JOHNNY LIGHTNING Cars
1/64 scale Muscle Car set,20
yrs old $25 941-929-5432
JOHNNY LIGHTNING Drg
ster set 1/64 scale Colletor
edt. $25 941-929-5432
eUbLa7 GAoMdE dta iwth b~as-
080 941-629-5746


RC HELICOPTER outside
flight wireless 160ft range
bnib $50, 080 941-629-5576
SCOOTER HELMET for ages
4 to 7 yr old. $15
941-661-4477 PGI


S. VENICE AREA
GARAGE SALES
6010


O SAT. 8-3
Veni6 d nmroCk Bv .
Girls Scouts

BBQm Rmues meant
Bake sale Lots of great
items! Proceeds to bene-
fits local area Girlscouts

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VENICE AREA
GARAGE SALES
6011

FRI.-SAT. 8-12
1236 Waterside Ln. in
Pinebrook. Dont miss this one
Great items Great Prices!


NOVEMBER 4, 5, 6, 2011
FRI. 5:30PM-9:00PM
Sat. 9am-5pm
Sun. 10-4pm
Everything 1/2 price on
Sunday! Epiphany Cathedral
Tampa Avenue West
The School Gym is filled!!!
A separate room filled
with books.


VENICE AREA
GARAGE SALES
6011

~SAT. 8-12
u3185 Hercules Rd.
Multi Family Sale w lots of
home goods & misc kid items.
toAT.u8bul2 REd.Venic hAve
Main Gate. Annual Saw-
grass Community Wide
Garage Sale.
mSAT. 8-2 228 Coral St.
LOVoted best yard sale on
the island in Venice.
SSA~T. 8-4
2901 Hermitage Blvd.
MOVING SALE, Everything
must go! too much to list!


VENICE AREA
GARAGE SALES
6011

~SAT. 8-4 2502 North-
uway Dr, Venice Acres. A
Huge Home and Garage
Sale, construction and
household goods

SUN CLASSIFIED
~SAT.-SUN. 8-3
u926 Gibbs Rd. By the Jet-
tys. Miniature & doll house
items, fishing, etc.
~SAT..NOV. 12..8-2Venice
uGardens. Craft/Flea Mar-
ket. Call for table rental/info.
Alice 941- 497-2462





PARQUET OAK flooring new
in boxes 125 sq. ft. $200
080 941-629-5746 '
STORM PANELS 45 white
panels with brackets, like
new. $275 239-728-7851



VANITY SINKS (2) Corian
White Oval w/backsplash NEW
IN BOX $30 941-624-0121

XN)3D80SWNGLE HTUNGBFR NN
$65 941-488-8844

HEAVY/CONST.
EQUIPMENT
6180


WANTED USED
MECHANICAL PLATFORM

5001b caaiyo oe
Call ca41l 16-o6rmre.

OLSI MACHINERY
6190


16 FT ext ladder werner
2001bs $45 941698068
AIR COMPRESSOR 150PSI
mHaP. OlF~ree 12669Ga)I2C~rafts-
AIR COMPRESSOR, new
industrial gas powered 6hp,
in~dustrialPeRwESSURE pWoAwSeH
$500. New gas powered
industrial TRASH PUMP, $500.
941-626-4646

NW HNAN1DCHUE NCOSST E5M
SELL $55 941-268-9029
CHAIN SAW ad other ms
yard tools -m ving I onsly
$150 941-743-6555
CHAINSAW HOMELITE
35CC, RUNS great $75 9411
474-2560
COMM.~~~~~ WEDR ilra
C000M WEgCVDDECR, Mllleamaes
sories.$1,500 941-676-0808
CUT SAW Ridgid 12" Metal
Carbon $100 941-485-
0681
DIAMOND TIP blade new 9"
wet tile blade $15 941-228-
1745
GEAR TOOTH Gauge
Boston,22 sizes $20 941-
505-6290
GENERATOR COLEMAN,
6250max watts, 5k running
watts. New in box. $500
941-426-6548
HUSKY-400WATT VEHICLE
Power System 2 outlets/AC or
DC $60 941-698-1039

jo ntNr lie (INER nly sh rc
end $400 941-575-5650
MITRE BOX New Concept for
cutting mitres. $5 941-889-
7592

MonRdE S3AW9 -t~a616 7Colm-

OIL EXTRACTOR New Pela
6qt InBox Pd over 50.00;
asking $30 941-497-3702
POWER WASHER Craftsman
7 h.p. 2600 psi with new hose.
$150 941-492-3164
POWER WASHER Honda
2500 psi $65 941-624-3286
POWERWASHER:
DEWALT/HONDA ENGINE
$450 386-249-0488
PRESSURE WASHER Honda
Motor rduns94rle-t 6m~plDoes

PRESSURE WASHER Honda,
Gas, like new. $225 941-286-
9837
RACHET, NEW CRAFTSMAN
1/2 INCH COST OVER 30
SELL $15 941-268-9029
RADIAL SAW Craftsman 10"
+ stand, blades & parts. Good
cond. $75 941-275-4240


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Saturday, November 5, 2011


PHOTOGRAPHY/
VIDEO
6140

CAMERA, CANON. 35MM
EOS Elan, like new, v good
workingcondition. $85. 941-
505-6290
CANON OPTURA Xi Digital
camera & video,case &
access. $250 941-743-3858
FLASH CORD, off shoe Flash
extension, like new $12 941-
505-6290
NIKON LENS 16-85 F3.5-5.6
G-DX WIT V7R9EX COND $450

SURVEILLANCE CAM Color
Car Dashboard w DVR & 8GB
SD Card $168 941-623-3046

POOL/SPAl
& SUPPLIES
6145





TRADE-IN'S WELCOME
We buy used &
move hottubs.
Many used to choose from
94062a5-d66 0
HOT TUB A t SWIM SPAS
5 PERSON SPA W/
LOUNGER $1595
SWIM S4PA4L60ADOED $8995

POOL CHAIRS (2) -
floatation $10 941-697-6697
POOL PUMP A-1 cond. 1hp,
$150. Please call 941-204-
7076
POOL PUMP MOTOR 1 h.p.
A.0. Smith $100 941-485-
0681
POOL SALT Generator Used-
Autopilot-makes chlorine from
salt. $250 941-743-3858
SAND FILTER FOR INGROUND
POOL, EXCELLENT CONDI-
TION. $250 941-286-9001

LAWN & GARDEN
6160


CEMENT EDGERS (125)
16"x4"x3 $30
941-876-4716
CHAIN SAW Poulan, 14" gas,
33cc, new in box. $110 941-
629-3322
CONCRETE PLANTERS (2)
Cream great for your driveway
$420, 080 941-875-8382
FERTILIZER SPREADER
PULL BEHIND $60 941-815-
6906
FIRE PIT Wrought Iron/Tile
Burns wood. 34" dia. $60,
080 941-698-5002
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GLASS TOP for Lanal table
12" round w/ umbrella hole
$10 941-474-0192
JOHN DEERE (wheels,seat)
steering wheel $125 786-
306-6335


LAWN & GARDEN
6160


LAWN MOWER 21" Self pro-
pelled LawnBoy $125 941-
493-0563
LAWN MOWER Lawn Bo 7'
6.5 h.p. self-propelled. $75
941-485-0681


USED LAWN MOWERS
*Riders, Push & Parts.
941-268-0917 or 416-1109

LAW7N5 T9R4A-L8E1R 6ct610cu.

CHECK THE
CLASSIFIED!
LAWN/GARDEN TRAILER
2'x3' tilt dumping $100, 080
941-681-2197
LAWNMOWER MURRAY 20"
5.0 works great $40 941-
764-6047
LEAF BLOWER and other
misc yard tools -moving all for
$125, 080 941-743-6555
MOWER Torro 22" Self Pro-
pelled. w/ mulcher & wash out
$150 like new 941-475-0058
MOWER, TORO-Z 20HP
44", Nice $499, 080 941-
916-5570
MOWERS: Honda HRM215
$129; Toro push mower $65 &
others cheap! 941-564-6062
OUTDOOR SPACE Heater
36"tall,never used. $40 941-
421-9984
RIDING LAWN Murphy wide
body tractor, 14.5 hp w/42"
cut, 6 spd, nice cond. $375
941-625-6536/941-626-0875
RIDING MOWER John Deer
38" cut Good cond. $595
941-475-0058
RIDINGMower Craftsman, 42"
cut, 17hp Kholer. Needs key
switch. $75 941-475-5937
ROLLING BEVERAGE Holder
Portable,cylinder 34"tall.Nice.
$30 941-421-9984
SPREADER, FERTILIZE your
Lawn $15, 080 941-575-
0690
STAINLESS 1/2HP sub-
mersible pump-great for fish
ponds $95 941-743-3858
WANTED: NON-RUNNING
LAWN MOWERS, NO RIDERS
CASH PAID! 941-286-3119
YARD CART heavy duty plas-
tic with wheels. 5 cuft. $25
941-475-2727

STORAGE SHEDS/
BUILDINGS
6165

TOOL SHED 3.5' Wide x 3.5'
Deep x 6' Tall. Rubbermaid
$135 941-276-9288


BSUUPLPDLINEG
6170

12' SLIDING screen doors
with tracks/frame $100 941-
626-3724
8-INCH TILES 4-pack Brilliant
colors, new Changed her mind
$1 per 4pk 941-497-3702
A/C 2 ton air handler(Rheme)
heat,excellent,new $215 786-
306-6335
A/C 4 ton (Trane) split
cent.h.eff.good $435 786-
306-6335
AERATOR W/INSIDE pump &
softener for well system. Call
Wade $500 941-828-2615
BAMBOO FLOORING PRE-
FlNOSOHE9D1-4T~he+ cases.
BATH VANITY sink white clam
shell design drop in sink $15
946-426-4065
BATHROOM VANITY sink
bone color oval style drop in
sink $15 941-426-4065
DOOR 36" pre hung interior
door, left swing $20 941-828-
7767


TOL/MACHINE Y
6190


RAMSEY 9000 winch $250
863-990-8232
ROTARY HAMMER
Milwaukee with bits $50
941-625-7005
SCREW PITCH Gage Starrett
Thread Gages $20 941-505-
TEXTURE SPRAYER CALL
AFTER 5PM $20 941-276-
6831

E0SOL2 SBHOEXLVSESARSCO9STDR4A9
SELL $250 941-268-9029

Tr0 ers Becelleennedcond t
$200, 080 941-697-1110
TOOL CABINET w/BOX, 2

$2e5c, ,0Bh- ,1-62n5-6w9h4e7el.
TOOLBOX CRAFTSMAN 3
drawer 20wx8dx12h $20
715-439-0458
TOOLS FOR CARPETERS
& MECHANICS
941-426-5778
TORCH GAUGES Wanted,
torch gauges for cutting torch
$1 941-204-9415
WANTED USED
MECHANICAL PLATFORM
SCALE
5001b capacity or more.
Call 941-416-6293
WELL PUMP Flotec Shallow
Well Jet rebuilt $100 941-
485-0681
WRENCHES, STD & METRIC
NEW CRAFTSMAN. COST 80.
SELL $50 941-268-9029

FARM EQUIPMENT
6195


CHAIN FALL (HOIST) 1 TON
YALE;CALL AFTER 5PM $60
941-276-6831

OFFICE/BUSINESS
EQUIP./SUPLIES
6220

OFFICE OUTFITTERS
Preowned & new office furniture.
VENICE 941-485-7015
EXECUTIVE DESK 6 DOVE
TAILED DRAWERS 36X66 EX
COND $275 941-488-8844
LEXMARK LASER Printer
T640 incl. toner, cable, extra
dr $er100 941-232-3035
NIETiAL FI.Ew Cbilnet54hdrnane
folders $50 941-697-3169
OFFICE CHAIR leather chair
adjustable $40 941-564-
8770
SALON CLOSING ALL
ElU7P6M6EN6T6 FOR SALE.






RESTAURANT
SUPPLIES
6225

COMMERCIAL TRASH Cans
(2) Outdoor, dome shape. $40
941-421-9984
LOTS OF USED RESTAU-
RANT EQUIPMENT, Must
sell,M~lake offer 941-457-1717
REACH-IN FRIDGE, 2door
52cuft stainless 4 racks works
well $275 941-639-3230
SAc aMIRRORtoGrilgr I $C~om5
941-421-9984

BIRDS
6231


(2) PEA FOWL Breeding Pair
6mths old. For more info call
(863)-494-6574


APPLIANCES
6250


DISHWASHER, microwave, &
flattop stove, GE, self clean-
ing, matching set, belge,
$450 941-429-0974
DW LG s/s high end great
cond. whole kit set avall.
$450, 080 941-815-8999
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will dely $350 941-809-1540
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080 941-628-6937
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New,white,electric element
$275 941-505-1955
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3yrs old 1Ex co~n~d Like new.

WASHER & Dryer Stackable
GE spacemaker $350 941-
766-9661
WASHER & DRYER
stackable, heavy duty, large
capacity $250 941-629-9886
WASHER AND DRYER
EXCELLENT CONDITION.
$200 989-305-1736
WASHER AND DRYER, Ken-
more $150 each 941-769-
9233

4WAS2H6ER8GE like new $1501

WASHER MAYTAG NEP-
TUNE,11-CYCLE,WHITE,TOP
LOAD $200 860-941-8073


WASHER, BOSCH 24" front
load works good. $50, 080
941-828-1236


BIRDS
6231


BIRD SHOW-SARASOTA
Sun 11/13 9a-4p Sahib
Shriners 600 N Beneva Rd
Birds Cages Toys & More!
727-517-5337

CATS
6232


NOTICE: Statute 585.195
states that all dogs and cats
odhtin FIrisda mushtab atnleoa
clal health certificate and prop-
er Shots, and be free of intesti-
nal and external parasites.
FREE LARGE ORANGE CAT.
(941)-204-2907


FREE: 10 beautiful kittens,
Tigers, Tuxedo's, Gray's,
Orange ones too! Very nice
year old adult cats, need nice
homes !!! 941-637-5996.

DOGS
6233


NOTICE: Statute 585.195
states that all dogs and cats
sold in Florida must be at least

ci1hhelth cser i ahtevendnproo
er shots, and be free of intesti-
nal and external parasites.
COCKER SPANIEL, F, 17wks,
champaign color, all shots,
asking $250. (941)-223-2238
DACHSHUND MINI'S 8wks,
Adorable, Tiny, shots, health
cert $350 863-773-4308
ENGLISH BULLDOG F 6 mo.
Champion lines.
$800. Also M Frenchie
941 889-8684
GERMAN SHEPHERD FREE
to good home, 5 yr old,
neutered, all shots. Great dog,
family member is allergic.
(941)-697-7269
Lab Puppies AKC 1st shots,
health certs, Ready to go!
$600 (863)-832-0680
LAB PUPS, CKC (8) all 3 col-
ors, 8wks, health cert. $500
863-531-1874/863-781-5962
YORKI/SHIHTZU mix 21
weeks Blk/Br/ Wh, Male $150.
080 863-558-5570

PET SUPPLIES
& SERVICES
6236


AQUARIUM 30 Gallon with
screen top, fish or lizard. $50
941-474-2560
BIRD CAGE black 18x18x22

I08 kdcwall a~ft~er120m94-2-
CAT CLIMBING Tower 5 lev-
els Pd over 100.00 as new
$40 941-497-3702
COCKATIEL BIRD CAGE LIKE
NEW $35 941-255-9152
DOG KENNEL excellent con-
dition $30 941-625-1863
FISH TANKS (2) 55 gal. ea
w/wood stands. $75/ea., 080
941-380-4442
LITTER BOX self cleaning
Like new. $50, 080 941-624-
5081 call after 12pm
PETSAFE ELECTRONIC Dog
Fence Wireless & portable
$125, 080 941-460-0912
TURTLE TANK 20gal w/black
metal stand and pump $40
941-697-8771

APPLIANCES
6250


DISHWASHER KENMORE
GREAT WORKING CONDITION.
$30 941-473-4199
DISHWASHER WHIRLPOOL
never used. $125
941-625-1144





FORD
7070





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JEEP
7080



I asic 3E1"tireW wA Gsp n
SiOn system, premium sound
4syte~m,3 god cond. $5,000
2000 JEEP GRAND CHERO-
KEE brown, 104,596 mi.
$6,000 877-219-9139dlr
2000 JEEP GRAND CHERO-
KEE LAREDO silver, 84,740
mi. $4,000 877-219-9139dlr
2005 JEEP WRANGLER X
white, 68,878 mi. $15,478
877-219-9139 dlr

LINCOLN
7090


2001 LINCOLN TOWN CAR
87K. Local Car. Clean! $5,950
941-833-2200 DLR
2002 LINCOLN CONTINEN-
TAL, Only 79K. Exc. cond.
$6,550. 941-833-2200 DLR
2003 LINCOLN AVIATOR
AWD $13,990
941-639-7300 Dealer
2008 LINCOLN MKX
$27,990
(877)-211-8054 DLR
MERCURY
7100


1999 MERCURY MOUN-
TAINEER, Only 74K. 4x4, Lthr.
$5,550. 941-833-2200 DLR
2000 MERCURY GRAND
MARQUIS LS, Only 75K.
$5,950 941-833-2200 DLR

MA2RI OSL NR1U9RKYOGINODNAL
MILES $8,9 .


2005 MERCURY GRAND MAR-
QUIS 4 dr, gold, 69,570 mi.
$8,000 877-219-9139 dlr
2006 HONDA ACCORD LX, 4
door, gray, 105,015 mi.
$9,875 877-219-9139 dlr
2007 MERCURY Grand Mar-
quis; a clean beauty with 29K
actual miles. White w/chrome.
$14,200. 941-624-0559
PUT CLASSIFIEDs
TO WORK FOR YOU
Venice, Englewood,
North Port zo7-12oo
Pt. Charlotte Areas
call zo6-12oo

OLDSMOBILE
7110


1995 OLDSMOBILE AURORA
110k, ver clean, all options
new tires $2500
941-456-4067

PLYMOUTH
7120


1999 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER
with handicap seat,
Call 941-473-1223


CHEVY
7040


2010 CHEW CAMARO
SS 700 MILES $32,990
(877)-211-8054 DLR
2010 CHEVY HHR
14K $14,990
(877)-211-8054 DLR
2010 CHEW IMPALA 4 dr,
base, white, 17,315 mi.
$21,000 877-219-9139dlr
CHRYSLER
7050


1999 CHRYSLER SEBRING
JXI Cony, White, 84K. $4,995
Englewood 941-460-8545 dlr

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2003 CHRYSLER TOWN &
COUNTRY white, 75,552 mi.
$7,000 877-219-9139dlr
2004 CHRYSLER SEBRING
Cony. LXi, Loaded. white/tan
top.$5,950 dlr 941-833-2200
2005 CHRYSLER CROSSFIRE
ROALDHSTLEOR WE TL3E8KNEMWLES
$17,988


2007 CHRYSLER 3000
HEMI POWER SITTING ON 22"
CHROME WH2P9LS8MUST SEE


2008 CHRYSLER SEBRING
Convertible limited
$14,990 941-639-7300 dir
2010 CHRYSLER SEBRING
Convertible Touring
$15,990 941-639-7300 dir
DODGE
7060


2005 DODGE DAKOTA
$13,990 941-639-7300 dir
2005 DODGE MAGNUM
$14,990 941-639-7300
dealer
2008 DODGE CALIBER
57,272 mi. $11,000 877-
219-9139dlr
2010 DODGE CHALLENGER
200 MILE NEW CAR $39,988


FORD
7070


1994 FORD MUSTANG Con-
vertible, 91k 6cyl. Good Cond.
$2500 0BO 941-697-9644
2001 FORD FOCUS SE
Wagon, gold, 94,026 mi.
$5,000 877-219-9139dlr
2003 FORD F-350 1 ton dual
rear axle, serviced regularly
$8900 080 941-235-1973 '
2003 FORD MUSTANG
white, 103,248 mi. $6,000
877-219-9139dlr
2003 FORD TAURUS SE,
73K, All power. Clean, $5,950
941-833-2200 DLR
2004 Ford Thunderbird
Convertible, 38k mi, Custom
Chrome Pkg, Stunning.
$22,900 941-628-6141
2005 FORD MUSTANG 2 dr
convertible, blue, 56,612 mi.
$14,875 877-219-9139dlr
2005 FORD THUNDERBIRD
convt, 2 dr, blue, 31,465 mi.
$21,950 877-219-9139dlr
2008 FORD MUSTANG GT,
red, 15,350 mi. $22,000 877-
219-9139dlr
2009 FORD TAURUS Limit-
ed, 4 door, whtie, 26,238 mi.
$18,975 877-219-9139dlr


WANTED TO
BUY/TRADE
6270


Lgg K
CASH PAID FOR WWI WWll
KOREAN, VIETNAM ,
GERMAN,JAPANESE, ETC
Military items (941}416-3280
FILL DIRT wanted NW Pt Chrlt
under $135/load 941-286-
3048
TIRES WANTED 4 good used
tires 245 70 h 16.
941-626-2832
WANTED USED
MECHANICAL PLATFORM
SCALE
50Cb ca41it 6o~r2 re.














7020


2001 BUICK LESABRE
78k miles, $2600.
941-488-2785

PlffEFEML

2003 BUICK CENTURY like
new, gar~a~ge kept, 12K mi. yrly
avg. $6900. 941-629-1120.
2005 BUICK LACROSSE
CXL, 4 dr, white, 51,288 mi.
$13,987 877-219-9139dlr
2008 BUICK LACROSSE CX
1 owner, 36,000 mi., exc.
cond $15,900. 812-360-0985
CDILLA
7030


1999 CADILLAC DEVILLE,
59,000 ml, 1 owner, prl white,
dlr $5,995 941-204-9415
2002 CADILLAC Eldorado
only 72000 well cared for
2720. nd791wnel] $7,500,

03S,4Cdoo r b igeDE8 E 6
mi. $7,950 877-219-9139 dlr
2006 CADILLAC CTS b se
4 door, gray, 56,729 as
$16,000 877-219-9139dlr
2006 CADILLAC STS
$18,911
(877)-211-8054 DLR
2007 CADILLAC STS
LESALTVHEERR4REMlUEMSSGORUAND
$21,988


2008 CADILLAC DTS
WHITE W IVORY LEATHER
F3L40K AECSABREA2U6TI9U88


2010 CADILLAC SRX
SILVER/GRAY LEATHER SUN-
ROOF 6K MILES CHROME
WHEELS $43,988


CHEVY
7040


1995 CHEVROLET
CORVETTE, $6,500
941-474-3530
2000 CHEVY CAMARO Z28
convt, gray, 81,888 mi.
$9,875 877-219-9139 dlr
2003 CHEVROLET
SUBURBAN 4x4 $12,990
941-639-7300 dealer
2008 CHEW COBALT LT, 4
door, silver, 51,185 mi.
$9,950 877-219-9139 dlr


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APPLIANCES
6250


WASHERS/DRYERS
$149. each or $290. Set
1 Year Warranty.
941-766-0226

MISCELLANEOUS
6260


2 GE REFRIGERATORS
white, $175 & $375. 12' Life
Guard Professional Row Boat
asking $875. Fla. farm fence
Post 4 1/2 in, to 6 1/2 inches
31 pieces in bundles $275'
New in box 6' Brass mirror slid:
ing doors for indoor closet,
asking $200. 941-883-1367.
12 NIGHT stay, Wyvern
1$200 941-875-5658 1
CASH REGISTER Royal EleC-
tric 215 NX $35 941-624-
3286
COMMERCIAL BAY shrimp net
$350, 080 863-990-8232
CRAB TRAPS vinyl or galv.,
comple$e w/ople, flo ,9zic &
rebar.~~ ~~ $3.91800
E-Z UP 10 X 10 commercial
600 Denier, roll bag new in box
$385 941-624-0121
ELECTRIC SOCK BLOWER
FOR ADVERTISEMENT. $125
941-473-4199
EXPANDABLE BATON NEW
26" solid steel w LED Light &
Holster $45 941-623-3046
FIREWOOD SEASONED split
oak 1/2 facecord $120 941-
526-7589
HAMMOCK STAND new, ex
cond. $75, 080
941-626-2832
HARDWOOD for woodwork-
ers 4 qter, planes to 15/16", 4
& 6' length, ready for gluing,
Curly Maple & Cherry $4.85
sq. ft. Oak & Maple $4.50 sq.
ft. PG Call Jim 419-566-4697.
JAN 16MM Projector Sound
Projector $30 941-624-3286
KINETICO WATER softener
whole house complete $425,
080 941-266-3857
KINETICO WATER System-
outside $495 941-496-9252
MAH JONGG Game with
case. like new. $60 941-408-
9210
NASCAR TICKETS (2)
Homestead, Nov. 20th Turn
4. Both $150 941-764-1218
NEON OPEN SIGN EXC, CON-
DITION. $35 941-473-4199
OUTDOOR PATIO Chair cush-
ions. New. By appt. $25, 080
941-429-7889
PAIR LIGHTED palm trees 5
feet high $50 941-426-4065
PEPPER SPRAY Keychain
1/2 oz. 10% ORC 2 Mill SHU w
ID Dye $6 941-623-3046

USE CLASSIFIED!
SHELVING SUPER duty metal
adjustable shelves 16ft.W x7
ft.H $150 941-624-0148
SLEEPING BAG adult blue
reverse is yellow used once
$10 941-698-9304
STACKING CHAIRS 4 STUR-
DY, WHITE $20 941-575-
8881
STUN GUN Flashlight NEW
1.2 Mill v Rechargeable w Hol-
ster $39 941-623-3046
TELEPHONE. Unusual golf
bag and club style. NOT A
REAL BAG!! $30. 941-423-
2585
VACUUM CLEANERS Canis-
ter and Uprlght. Excellent
condition. $30 941-759-0013

WANTED TO
BUY/TRADE
6270

BUYING gold, silver
and vintage costume
jewelry. 941-769-8561


HONDA
7160


2002 HONDA ACCORD sil-
ver, 78,754 mi. $8,000 877-
219-9139dlr
2003 HONDA ACCORD EX,
2 dr, V6, gray, 67,580 mi.
$12,000 877-219-9139 dlr
2004 HONDA ACCORD EX,
4 door, silver, 74,460 mi.
$12,875 877-219-9139 dlr
2005 HONDA ACCORD LX,
2 door, white, 77,103 mi.
$11,000 877-219-9139 dlr
2007 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
4 door, silver, 38,492 mi.
$15,950 877-219-9139dlr
2007 HONDA ACCORD sil-
ver, 45,936 mi. $14,000
877-219-9139 dlr
2008 HONDA ACCORD 2 dr,
EXL, gray, 31,602 mi.
$20,000 877-219-9139dlr
2008 HONDA ACCORD
20K $21,990
(877)-211-8054 DLR
OL08 HOrNDA A2CC70R6D 4 dr
$21,000 87 -219-9139dlr
2008 HONDA ACCORD Cer-
tified LXP, ga, 34,931 mi.
$16,000 877-219-9139dlr
2008 HONDA ACCORD EX,
coupe, black, 28,648 mi.
$16,000 877-219-9139dlr
2008 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
black, 20,948 mi. $18,950
877-219-9139dlr
2008 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
gold, 30,786 mi. $18,000
877-219-9139dlr
2008 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
gray, 45,262 mi. $18,950
877-219-9139dlr
2008 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
nay, 4 dr, black, 25,522 mi.
$18,950 877-219-9139dlr
2008 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
V6, white, 37,416 mi.
$19,950 877-219-9139dlr
2008 HONDA CIVIC
CPE 33K $14,990
(877)-211-8054 DLR



2008 HONDA CIVIC EX, 4
door, black, 78,962 mi.
$14,000 877-219-9139 dlr
2008 HONDA CIVIC LX
SEDA NWD TCET1N 9R8F8ECT


2009 HONDA ACCORD 2 dr,
EXL, polished metal, 60,240
mi. $19,000 877-219-9139dlr
2009 HONDA ACCORD 4

'875L9X 87 -d219199163796dlrmi
2009 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr,
EXL, black, 41,169 mi.
$21,897 877-219-9139dlr
2009 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr,
LXP, polished metal, 31,430
mi. $18,955 877-219-9139dlr
2009 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
4 door, royal blue, 20,086 mi.
$18,950 877-219-9139dlr
2009 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
4 dr, beige, 35,346 mi.
$19,950 877-219-9139dlr
2009 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
4 dr, black, 22,799 mi.
$19,950 877-219-9139dlr
2009 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
4 dr, green, 22,374 mi.
$19,950 877-219-9139dlr
2009 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
4 dr, red, 35,655 mi. $19,950
877-219-9139dlr
2009 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
4 dr, silver, 39,984 mi.
$20,987 877-219-9139dlr
2009 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
V6, green, 37,281 mi.
$20,950 877-219-9139dlr
2009 HONDA ACCORD LX,
4 door, silver, 39,215 mi.
$16,875 877-219-9139dlr
2009 HONDA ACCORD LX,
4 dr, polished metal, 40,299
mi. $15,950 877-219-9139dlr


PONTIAC
7130


1996 PONTIAC GRAND AM
2 DR Coupe, 6 cyl., maroon,
$1,500 941-258-4350
2002 PONTIAC GRAND
PRIX, Silver beauty. 81K, cold
AC, well maint, & exc. cond.
$3,500 941-743-0328
2004 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE
SE, 4 dr, white, 68,841 mi.
$8,000 877-219-9139dlr
2004 PONTIAC GRAND AM
GT, 4 door. $5,550
941-833-2200 DLR
2006 PONTIAC SOLSTICE
24k mi, auto, black, top condi-
tion $16,000 941-505-5520
2008 PONITAC G6 silver,
93,81 9mlr $12,000 877-
2008 PONTIAC GRAND
PRIX $11,990
941-639-7300 dir
Charlotte Motor Cars
2001 Pontiac Firebird
8C ve tible, ul CL aFhax

Na~r2Mint!nLtoade~d.reb6,r7d95T-
Tops, Cln Car Fax. Leather,
78K, V-6, Auto. Must See
$7,495. Financing WAC
941-979-9331

SATURN
7135


2000 SATURN SW2 5 door
silver, 51,322 mi. $4,988
877-219-9139 dlr
PRO-POWER
AUTO SALES

U E4D) SU2R1 SA2L2ES
PARTS & SERVICE
"THE SATURN GUYS,,

01 SL2 Sedan.........$3,099
01 SC2 Coupe........$3,299
99 SL2 Sedan........$3,299
98 SW2 Wagon........$3,399

VSULE2 SS a..........$.53459955
03 10N Sed $......6,299
02 VUE V6 AWD $...6,899
07 10N Sedan..........$7,999
08 Astra XR Sedan..$11,995
23440 Janice Ave.
Port Charlotte, FL 33980

SCION
7136


2004 SCION XA 4 drhatch-

c65k00 94 te255-8x42cOcn.
2007 SCION TC coupe
white, 60,800 mi. $13,754
877-219-9139 dlr
2008 SCION XB hatchback,
iv~eril9389143798dri. $15,768
2009 SCION XB white,
9628 3911 $16,000 877-

2011 SCION XB green,
9,21539mIr $14,950 877-

BMW
7148


1984 BMW 318i, 2dr A rare
find. 5sp, Pw, Sun roof, New
tires, Battery & Exhaust. Very
Depend $2475.941-493-5959
2004 BMW 330CIC 2 dr con-
vertible, silver, 89,461 mi.
$14,000 877-219-9139 dlr
2005 BMW 325i $16,990
941-639-7300 dealer
2006 BMW 3251 white,
75,139 mi. $17,000 877-
219-9139dlr
2008 BMW 3281
21K $25,990
(877)-211-8054 DLR
2009 BMW 3281
$28,990
(877)-211-8054 DLR





BUDGET BUYS
7252


1998 FORD MUSTANG
white, a/c, $1,900, 080
941-876-3536




AUTOS WANTED
7260



FOR CTAR ATSRCKS.
DEAD OR75AL5VE. 485-

5We Bu
Everything $$
Junk to Gems!
Up To $1,500
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AUTO PARTS/
ACCESSORIES
7270

1997 MUSTANG 4.6 cylinder
heads good used $95 941-
587-1945
SClassitled = Sales I
1997 MUSTANG 4.6 engine
bIck9 -/n5 r7 9s45good used

5r' eAUTSCH..I Efllp to b t
$300, 080 941-474-0192
ALUMINUM BEER Keg 15.5
gal keg, would make nice rod
gas tank $35 863-993-3839
ALUMINUM TRUCK tool
6he~s6 locking $75 941-815-
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860-941-8073
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2000 Dodge Ram 1500, Brand
new $300 941-639-1780
HOLLEY 4BBL Carburetor
60 C1FOMO4416 -sees -29838
HONDA WHEEL Locks
ahrmee $n~ew,9 15il -6 8 i
NEW BIG DADDY ROTH RAT
FINK LATEX MASK $75 941-
474-0192
POWER MIRROR fits 01- 08
Chrysler minivan driver's side
NIB $100/obo 941-626-5099
RIMS BLACK Giovanni 20" Fit
va~rous0Mehi 4 -7Ti 91 avail.
Roth Book, ART OF Big
Daddy, new, soft bound. $25.
941-474-0192
STEEL AUTO RAMPS 9000
Pound Capacity CLEAN $40
941-497-0345


2008 INFINITI G37S
COUPE VIBRANT RED/BLACK
LEATHER AUTOMATIC SUN-
ROOF 26K MILES $29,977


JAGUAR
7175


2007 JAGUAR XK
CONVT GREEN/TAN LTH
C4EORKTIlELDESW3R6RA9N8T8



KIA
7177


2008 KIA OPTIMA
$11,990
(877)-211-8054 DLR



LEXUS
7178


2001 LEXUS GS 300, Black.
Oewtirese e baksehsap 8G99
941-426-9807 after 12noon
2005 LEXUS ES330
42K $20,990
(877)-211-8054 DLR

g1,5990LE94S639R7X3003 d
2008 LEXUS ES350 4 dr
tungsten, 43,256 mi. $21,956
877-219-9139dlr

MAZDA
7180


1999 MAZDA 626 LX
auto/air, 182k mi, $2,300
Good Cond. 941-391-5854
1999 MAZDA MIATA, fully
190 de~d9 a~c~k3& gold. $7,500
2007 MAZDA 3 red, 88,089
mi. $10,000 877-219-9139
dlr
2008 MAZDA CX-7 4 door,
AWD $18,990
941-639-7300 dir
2008 MAZDA MIATA
7K $19,990
(877)-211-8054 DLR
2008 MAZDA MIATA MX-5
TOURING CVT
WOW D ALCEKS AUTO 8ATIC



MERCEDES
7190



200 7ECE OCDLKR320

MINI COOPER
7192


20043 MNI1COOPER S

2C00NVE LCE0229R90S
(877)-211-8054 DLR


MITSUBISHI
7195


2008 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
GS, cpe, orange, 41,545 mi.
$14,000 877-219-9139dlr
2008 MITSUBISHI LANCER
DE 4 dr, gray, 55,580 mi.
$13,875 877-219-9139 dlr -
2009 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
SPYDER RED 20K MILES
$19,988


2000 NISSAN ALTIMA ,
great cond 127k mi, $3,800
941-554-6993
2001 NISSAN XTERRA red,
102,223 mi. $6,000 877-
219-9139dlr



2007 NISSAN 350Z
TOURING ROADSTER
GRAY/GRAY ONLY 19K MILES
JUST $27,988


2007 NISSAN SENTRA
$12,990 941-639-7300 Dir
2008 NISSAN ALTIMA red,
24,996 mi. $18,950 877-
219-9139dlr
2008 NISSAN MAXIMA
3.5SL, 4 door, black, 37,287
mi. $21,857 877-219-9139dlr
2009 NISSAN MAXIMA
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SPORTS CARS
7205


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HONDA
7160


2009 HONDA ACCORD LXP,
gray, 26,259 mi. $22,705
877-219-9139dlr
2009 HONDA CIVIC 2 door,
LX, polished metal, 15,160 mi.
$15,876 877-219-9139 dlr
29004988HONDA15CO C blue
219-9139dlr
2009 HONDA CIVIC DX, VP,
4 door, blue, 26,186 mi.
$15,000 877-219-9139 dlr
2009 HONDA CIVIC EX, 4 dr,
iv~er21947913193dlmi. $15,950
2009 HONDA CIVIC EXL, 4
door, silver, 27,969 mi.
$17,000 877-219-9139dlr
2009 HONDA CIVIC LX, 4
door, red, 37,981 mi
$15,950 877-219-9139dlr
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$1)5,9950H87N7D219 V139dlLX,
4dr, silver, 38,542 mi.
$14,950 877-219-9139 dlr
2009 HONDA FIT base, 5
speed, blue, 26,379 mi.
$13,000 877-219-9139dlr
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2010 HONDA ACCORD EX,

$2,47 8177b ,9-1399dlr m.
2010 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
4 dr, polished metal, 23,135

2102 905ND8A7 A2CCO9RD39L
4 door, belge, 16,415 mi.
$17,950 877-219-9139dlr
2010 HONDA CIVIC 4 dr, LX,
black, 17,480 mi. $16,987
877-219-9139dlr
2010 HONDA CIVIC Certified
LX 4 dr, silver, 25,107 mi.
$15,950 877-219-9139dlr
2010 HONDA CIVIC Certi-
fied, EX, 4 dr, gray, 13,711
mi. $18,950 877-219-9139dlr
2010 HONDA CIVIC EX,
8 7y 212593 97lri. $17,000
2010 HONDA CIVIC LX, 4
door, silver, 24,547 mi.
$15,950 877-219-9139dlr
2010 HONDA CIVIC silver,
27,076 mi. $17,000 877-
219-9139dlr
2010 HONDA FIT silver,
24,105 mi. $17,000 877-
219-9139dlr
2010 HONDA FIT Sport,
blue, 34,816 mi. $16,875
877-219-9139dlr

201 kO INDA II SIGT9TEOX
877-219-9139dlr

20v0 ,NDA II SIGT8TX,97
877-219-9139dlr
2010 HONDA INSIGHT pol-

$s1,d000me817-2149 11339dlrm.
HYUNDAI
7163


2003 HYUNDAI ACCENT,

$,9505K94-8C33- r00 c n!
2008 HYUNDAI ACCENT
$8,990 941-639-7300

STTou in~g s lver, E5L2A4N1T
$16,950 877-219-9139dlr
2010 HYUNDAI GENESIS
coupe, 2.0, silver, 11,023 mi.
$21,458 877-219-9139dlr
INFINITI
7165


2008 INFINITI G35 4 dr, sil-
ver, 21,339 mi. $22,950
877-219-9139dlr
2008 INFINITI G37
$26,990
(877)-211-8054 DLR


TOYOTA
7210


2009 TOYOTA TACOMA
4x4 $22,990
941-639-7300 Dealer
2010 TOYOTA PRIUS black,
36,116 mi. $22,950 877-
219-9139dlr

VOLKSWAGEN
7220


2006 VOLKSWAGEN BEE-
TLE Con6%rtie00$1D4,r990

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2006 VOLKSWAGEN GTI
$14,990 941-639-7300 dir

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VOLVO
7230


AUTO PARTS/
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7270


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$1,700 941-743-5474
1999 TOYOTA SIENNA LE,
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2004 NISSAN QUEST nay,
dvd, green, 112,578 mi.
$8,000 877-219-9139 dlr
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2006 HONDA ODYSSEY
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$14,000 877-219-9139 dlr
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gold, 71,898 mi. $19,000
877-219-9139dlr
2006 HONDA ODYSSEY
87hi19 399113492dmi. $21,000
2007 CHEVY UPLANDER
light blue, 78,689 mi.
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COLLLECTIBSLES
7250



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2006 SUBARU LEGACY sil-
ver, 57,525 mi. $19,000
877-219-9139dlr
2009 SUBARU OUTBACK
Special Edition, green, 22,416
mi. $21,000 877-219-9139dlr
2011 SUBARU IMPREZA
WRZ STI ONLY 2K MILES
$36,988 -


SUZUKI
7208


2008 SUZUKI SX4 4 door,
manual, gray, 66,276 mi.
$10,950 877-219-9139 dlr
TOYOTA
7210


bg7855TOYOTA0CAM8R7Y7-2rla
9139dlrm.
2000 TOYOTA CAMRY
SOLARA SLE Red with
black leather interior, fully
loaded, Sr. Owned, Ex cond.
$4700. 941-286-1470
2006 TOYOTA SE UOIA
W~h ee0090K941Pe0ect3s~hape'
2007 TOYOTA COROLLA 4
door, gray, 69,677 mi.
$10,000 877-219-9139dlr
2007 TOYOTA PRIUS Hybrid
41000 Mi, Leather, Excellent
$400 hl1-4223-r49W7a5rat.
2008 TOYOTA CAMRY 4

$2950w t7e-216969517309 dlrn.
2007879TOYOTA CAMORY g~ray
219-9139dlr
2008 TOYOTA PRIUS hybrid
88r~a7 21,0294 92ri. $18,000
2009 TOYOTA CAMRY LE
WHTIE/TAN 21 K MILES
$18,988


2009 TOYOTA COROLLA CE,
4 dr, manual, green, 38,498 mi.
$11,950 877-219-9139 dlr
2009 TOYOTA PRIUS
$23,990
(877)-211-8054 DLR


INFINITI NISSAN
7165 7200


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CSS~e~19' HURRICANE 2006, 115
16' 2009 CAROLINA Skiff Yahama 4 stroke, under 50 hr,
J16, 25 HP Yamaha, blmini, Mint cond. $17,000 Neg ,
trailer $6,000 941-423-8156 941-374-3744or 941-8373
16' CAROLINA SKIFF 40HP
O 9ki gal aI -7 d trailer, EF;~


r) **"""' -
hp engines, hardtop, A/C,
Heat, new GPS. Great value at
$26,900! 941-697-6258






33'7" CRUISERS INC. SPIRIT
1987, Twin Merc Cruiser/
snboards Shallow DraNt wRe en
stery, GPS..ETC! Nice Vessel. Lift
Kept. Professionally Maintained.
A Must See Boat! $22,900
941-685-2399 Port Charlotte.


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7327








14' ALUMINUM 25hp Elec-
tric start Mercury 2006
motor w/ Minnkota trolling
motor, 551b thrust,
Pedestal seat & anchor
Roll on trailer, new tires &
bearings, oars. Everything

u290 edd0-2o5-6fd 2g


BOATS POWERED
7327


BOATS POWERED
7327








35' SUNDANCER 310 ..Il~l
350 gas inboard engines,
camper top, fully equipped w/
extras. $79,900. 972-569-7661


20' SPORTSCRAFT 150HP 27' BURPEE Pocket Cruiser, 30' MAKO 2001 282cc, twin
Mere reblt w/80hr + trailer. VG 1986, 165 Volvo Diesel, Custom 225 Merc Optimax, 46 hrs on
cond. $5,999 941-639-1217 Interior, $49,000 919-247-2482 rebuilds, 1 yr warr. Triaxle trail-
er. Many extras $39,900.
would consider partial trade
down for a 1975-85 criscraft
commander 31' or 1975-85 31-
34' silverton 941-473-2150


Suzuki 50 4 stroke, GPS/FF, SS
prop, new troll mtr, galv. trailer,
bimini, live well, pics avail.
turnkey, many extras, exc cond
$8,500 obo 425-213-7230


2/' MAYGRAl- DUAL station,
fully rigged, twin Johnson
O/b's. + Many extras
Alum triple axel trailer
$42,000 941-575-7589


T/370 Mercs, 325 hrs, top elec-
tronics, gen, 2 TVs, Central vac,
Icemaker, new batts, camper can-
vas, new bottom 7/10, and much
more, $139,900 OBO, PG, owner
motivated, 941-380-7077


ery bowrider 1/0 5.0 Mercruis-
er,Swimplatform, blmini top
GPS am/fm, trailer like new
<25 hrs. $16,000 941-429-5021


2001. Great All-around Boat!
$110,000. Tower w/controls,
twin Volvo diesels, low hours, 5kw
Westerbeke gen., head w/show-
er, galley w/microwave & elec
80,fo srl ep nfoCall 941-697-


ha, alum. trailer. Bimini top.
Trolling motor. Fish & depth find-
er. VHF radio. Fishing seat. SS
props. $8,000. 941-323-0704
-d i


let ,shwer, fr dge ste ht
H20, lift kept, built in battery
charger, fully q~u p, vr~ylow hrs.


CG eqpt. E Tec 60 Jet drive. Will
Seperate. Boat or Motor $5,500
Both for $9,900 941-625-4456


To al y Rf rbise wth rb ilt
diesel Ford Lehmnan, fiberglass
ul OF~u01 ne t~alk 89A~sking

JUST REDUCED
.i


ZYa CmIS I Cni- I Amerosport
1988, less than 100 orig hours, MI
baod ,no altwtra eDF tshpstt dhore
head, Chevy 260 IB/OB, trailer,
$7,800, 941-697-6782


to vvanativY ourY tvinruae
w/bimini & trailer, annually
serviced, garage kept. $3,250
941-421-8886


;t oUCtAlv IvASItK cc, new
deck & gas tanks, 2-06 250
Yamaha 4 Strokes, radar,
GPS, fish finder, tower w/con-
trols, many extras. New Can-
9a~s. 6Ex. 8clond. $55,000.


27.6' 2000 TROPHY Walk-a-
round 225HP Merc. cuddy with
sink, burner & cooler, head/mac-
erator water sys,bdoual bbaate is

fishboxes, lots of storage, only
$14,900. 941-698-5722.






28' 2001 SEA SPRITE sir ilain
310 dual prop AC, GPS, bridge
encl. elec. head, full galley, 45
mph, only 90 hrs. lift kept, exc
cond. $28,500. 941-639-7890 -


TOU W RAK FO YDOSU
Venice, Englewood,
North Port 207-1200
Pt. Charlotte Areas
Call 206-1200


18.5' SEARAY Bowrider
2002, 1/0, 300 hrs, w/trailer
$7,000 941-460-1734
19' CRIS CRAFT Bowrider
1998, 4.3 Volvo 10, trailer,
$6,900 obo 941-492-6257 or
941-484-0581


5;z yrSIn MIvilnvACul-I 1 .
lea dlese, live-aboalrd/ r~u er.
Englewood 941-266-6321


.... L II,,,,, ,., .. .. ,
300 HP, F/1, full cabin, lift kept,
nice, $14,900 941-613-1903


15'2" CLASSIC JET CRAFT
1996, Merc 120HP jet drive,
Mich boat $4,500 248-613-8955


STTWTIRNO4P5E ,R SDEARTSD
GOING NORTH, MUST SELL!
$12,900, OBO 941-223-6844
m .


24' DORAI. 1999 WALI"
AROUND CUTTY CABIN HEAD
SINK TABLE SLEEPS 2 "TWIN
150 HP MERC'S EFI SALTWA-
TER OB" "2009 NEW CONTI-
NENTAL TRAILER 'VERY LOW
FHNODU4R1, F6RE8A3TCO4ND AISOH

GORDA


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1986 Mako Fisherman
25'6"',Twin 1992 200 HP
Yamaha Engines, AM/FM CD
Player, GPS Garmin Map/185
Sounder,Solara VHS Radlo,



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SAILBOATS
7328








32' CATAI.INA 320, 1994, Great
weekend cruising sailboat. Details at
htt://birdsnbugs.wordpress. com/v
oyager $52,000 941-6394138

OUTBOARD/
MARINE ENGINES
7334


HONDA 7.5HP Trolling Engine
w/Stand &GasCan EXC! $425
080 941-766-1811

BOAT STORAGE/
DOCKING



BOAT SLIP: Venice, exc Gulf
access, no bige, 4, annl se
$340/m+elec 215-740-5924


19' TROPHY BAY LINER IOutl..:.ar.1,
199)9 alum trlr, 2029 Ios many
19.6' WELLCRAFT 1984
Sunhatch w/trailer, 420 hrs.
1.0. enc. cooling sys. $3200.
941-244-2579
20' 1994 BAYLINER Needs
Starter. Make Reasonable
Offer. 5262 Lovett. NP 941-
268-2121
20' ANGLER center consule
2001 Yamaha 150 HPDI, low
hours. $12,500 941-627-
3221


SKlFF Totally refurbished, new
jelcoat, Imron, all new wiring &
cables, 40hp Johnson, galv trail-
er, SUPER FISHING BOAT IN
FANTASTIC CONDITION!
$2950/OBO 941-830-2415






16' PALM BEACH 200b4~ CC,
(wl custom body wrap) 2005
75HP Yamaha, Galy. Trailer,
trolling motor, power pole,
huyd. jack plate. Fish finder &
livewell. Great cond.
Ready to fish. $8950/obo
941-830-2415


m .! I


24' STRATOS, cuddy, head, 2
150HP E Tec (2007), 39 hrs. new
gauges, controls and canvas, 1
owner, lift kept. Excellent.
$33,900. 941-460-9698


La ovalvIvI wreaLtnr C;e-
QUEST 2000, T 250HP, Yama-
ha's, top electronics, A C, Gen.
pristine, $69,000 941-966-5400


LOA with paupet & bracket -
2910. Alum trailer,
T-Top, Outriggers, potty, repow-
ered 300 Yamaha w/174
hours. Possible downsize trade
$24,500 941-223-8731


Zu n-YuKA-SoUK I S l
225hp Yamaha 4-strokes,
LOADED, 5Kw Generator,
GPS,50 Rald3%59-2A~u5Pilot
$69,50 536925


2003, 115 Yamaha 2 stk. EFI
Loaded w/options. $11,506
Call Chris 941-321-3110






20' SHEARWATER 'sIII~ Is tvith
115 Yamaha, jackplate, Mtr-
guide, powerpole, t-top, mlnt
cond. $24,000 941-575-7644
24.5' AQUASPORT 1994,
Cain & fiberglass top, 225
Evinrude, anchor winch, trim
tabs, radio, fish finder, live bait
well, large cockpit, cover &
more. Great fishing boat, pro-
fessionally maint. $10,000
941-697-7029


e 2t ng lurn Ke 9, u ndaer lr
$10 gggg 94'm 343


189 (Nk s), T2 0, Crysle
1/B,Garmin color plotter V birth &
pilot birth, enc. head. $26,900.
Bob Nordstrom CPYB. 978-852-
4844 World Class Yacht Sales
- L-~ -----


16' PALM BEACH 2004 CC,
(wl custom body wrap) 2005
75HP Yamaha, Galy. Trailer,
trolling motor, power pole
huyd. jack plate. Fish finder &
livewell. Great cond.
Ready to fish. $8950/obo 941-
830-2415
17' SEA FOX 2002, 90hp
4 stroke. Trolling motor, exc.
cond. Rigged to fish. $6,850
941-626-2528


29, aXrhe vcf us~h t illota
glass top burner, microwave' .
refrig., flat scrn. ty, sleeps 4,
alum arch w/rod hldrs, GPS, 1 .
elect. windlass, camper canvas, 29" 6" REGAL COMMODORE
5.7 Volvo w/new composite out- 2002 Twin 10 Radar, GPS, AC,
drive. $49,000. 941-637-0147 Loaded. $41,000 508-942-4600


1990 (venice). 1/34U Ivierc.
1/B. Lg. open cock pit & spa-
cious int. Sleeps 6, 6.5 KW
gen. Full electronics,*SOLD*
Bob Nordstrom CPYB 978-
852-4844 World Class Yacht
Sales


BOATS POWERED BOATS POWERED
7327 7327


BOATS POWERED
7327





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SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES
7305

2007 TOYOTA RAV4
GREAT SPORT UTILITY
$17,988


2008 FORD ESCAPE
$17,990
(877)-211-8054 DLR
2008 HONDA CRV
$21,990
(877)-211-8054 DLR
2008 HONDA CRV EXL, nay,
borrego, 50,787 mi. $20,000
877-219-9139dlr
2008 HONDA CRV LX, black,
36,364 mi. $16,000 877-
219-9139dlr
2008 HONDA CRV LX, silver,
56,418 mi. $18,000 877-
219-9139dlr
2008 HONDA CRV red,
24,695 mi. $18,000 877-
219-9139dlr
2008 HONDA ELEMENT
$18,990
(877)-211-8054 DLR
2008 HONDA PILOT EX,
4X4, green, 45,018 mi.
$21,478 877-219-9139dlr
2008 HONDA PILOT EXL,
dark cherry, 41,472 mi.
$22,000 877-219-9139dlr
2008 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER
$20,990
(877)-211-8054 DLR
2008 TOYOTA RAV4 STD,
ga 69,581 mi. $17,325
5a7 219-9139dlr
2009 DODGE JOURNEY
RTX, nay, gray, 73,645 mi.
$16,000 877-219-9139dlr
2009 FORD EDGE
$29,988
(877)-211-8054 DLR
2009 HONDA CRV 5 dr, LX,
borrego, 29,910 mi. $16,950
877-219-9139dlr
2009 HONDA CRV EX, silver,
47,791 mi. $18,000 877-219-
9139dlr
G lassitled = Sales
2009 HONDA CRV EXL, royal
blue, 27,543 mi. $23,000
877-219-9139dlr
2009 HONDA CRV LX, green
tea metallic, 21,570 mi.
$18,000 877-219-9139dlr


(941) 764-0700 FAX: (941) 764-6500
23273 Harborview Road Port Charlotte, FL 33980


TRUCKS/ PICK-UPS
7300


2003 CHEVY SILVERADO
ext cab, white, 16,410 mi.
$15,000 877-219-9139dlr
n, ^s=":X,;I, ,,r, m
2003 FORD F150 King
Ranch, ,white, 78,817 mi.
$15,880 877-219-9139dlr
2004 CHEVY SILVERADO
1500 quad, green, 87,448 mi.
$11,987 877-219-9139 dlr
2004 CHEWY SSR
SILVER BLACK SUPER CLEAN
3 K MILES $23,988


2004 FORD F-250 Super
Cab, 6 1/2' bed, 106K, 5.4
super duty, auto w/extras.
$8,900 941-426-2034


TRUCKS/ PICK-UPS
7300


2005 CHEW SILVERADO
1500, 1/2 ton, 6cyl. exec
cond. 1 owner, 49k mil, loaded
$9,500 0bo 941-456-5811
210 ,5DO5DGEmM 010500087
219-9139 dlr
2006 FORD F-250
55k miles, A-1 Cond.
$17,500/obo 941-204-2001
2006 FORD F150 XLT, black
48,575 mi. $16,950 877'
219-9139dlr

20b07 SDODGE8.150 Qa
$12,975. 941-833-2200 DLR


2007 HONDA RIDGELINE
gray, 73,162 mi. $21,000
877-219-9139dlr
2007 HONDA RIDGELINE
RTL, maroon, 57,818 mi.
$22,000 877-219-9139dlr
2010 FORD F-150 XL RED.
LIKE NEW. 8,620 ML. 4.6L V8.
REG CAB. SHORT BED. TOW
PKG. 2 WD. 22 MPG.,
$19,500 207-446-4010
Mattas MotorS
941-916-9222
Buy Here Pay Here

SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES
7305

1997 MERCURY MOUN-
TAINEER, V-8, Auto, Loaded.
$2,900. 941-380-1187
2000 CHEVY BLAZER white,
71,580 mi. $5,000 877-219-
9139dl r
2000 EXPEDITION Eddie
Bauer, Dual air, 4X4, exc.
cond 5,900. 941-661-3399
2002 SATURN VUE
142,000 mi, 6 cyl., AWD,
atmtic t w locks pw
wn omuisec r of racksTrans-
fer case & rear axle have 35k
mi. New AC. $4,850, 080
941-625-7988
2004 HONDA CRV LX,
green, 79,839 mi. $11,000
877-219-9139 dlr


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VANS
7290


2007 HONDA ODYSSEY
Touring, red, 78,175 mi.
$19,000 877-219-9139dlr
2008 HONDA ODYSSEY
7-219, 1843695dmi. $19,000
2008 HONDA ODYSSEY
EXL, mocha, 72,315 mi
$20,000 877-219-9139dlr "
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$21,000 877-219-9139dlr


SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES
7305

2004 HONDA ELEMENT EX
silver, 160,074 mi. $7,950
877-219-9139 dlr
2004 LEXUS RX330 silver,
9,91639mIr $15,000 877-
2004 NISSAN XTERRA red
77 469 m $11 000 877-
219-9139dlr
2004 NISSAN XTERRA XE,
silver, 79,815 mi. $8,950
877-219-9139 dlr
2005 FORD EXPEDITION
Eddie Bauer, carbon, 65,583
mi. $16,358 877-219-9139dlr
2005 HONDA CRV EX, 4WD,
silver, 100,641 mi. $11,457
877-219-9139 dlr
2005 LINCOLN AVIATOR,
Exc. cond. All options.,
$7,500, 080 941-855-1167
2005 TOYOTA RUNNER
SR5, silver, 60,709 mi.
$16,000 877-219-9139dlr
2006 ACURA MDX
$20,990
(877)-211-8054 DLR
2006 HONDA ELEMENT sil-
ver, 56,286 mi. $14,000
877-219-9139 dlr
2006 NISSAN ARMADA
4X4, white, 54,688 mi.
$22,458 877-219-9139dlr
2007 HONDA CRV EX, blue,
43,969 mi. $17,000 877-
219-9139dlr
2007 HONDA CRV EXL, blue,
70,489 mi. $17,000 877-
219-9139dlr
2007 HONDA CRV EXL '
green, 56,724 mi. $18,950
877-219-9139dlr
2007 HONDA CRV EXL,
red/gray, 58,815 mi. $19,000
877-219-9139dlr
2007 HONDA CRV LX, silver,
48,045 mi. $15,000 877-
219-9139dlr
s=u vxx

2007 HONDA ELEMENT SC,
2WD, root beer, 28,478 mi.
$17,895 877-219-9139dlr
2007 KIA RONDO LX, beige,
44,440 mi. $11,478 877-
219-9139 dlr


BOAT STORAGE/
DOCKING
7334

NEED DOCK for 40' sailboat
w/6' draft. Charlotte, Sarasota
and Manatee counties. Brent
786-255-2805

IVARINE SUPPLY
& EQUIP.
7338

BIMINI & Cover Aqua Blue
New $300 941-626-0958
BIMINI TOP 51" wide w/cover
new cond. $225, 080 941-
575-0690
DOCK, FLOATING VERSA
accommodate 18' boat, $2800.
Punta Gorda 248-421-6747


HATCH COVER, daytona
hatch cut out, 11.25 by
22.25, new. $35. 941-759-
0013
HXS HUB Yamaha/Johnson
prop hub adapter $20, 080
941-697-8161


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VANS
7290


2010 CHRYSLER TOURING,
wheel chair van, w/ 10" low-
ered floor, ramp, & tie down
941-870-4325

TRUCKS/ PICK-UPS
7300


1991 FORD F-350, 3 yard
dump truck, good tires,
$2500 941-475-0058
2000 CHEVROLET S-10 LS
45K 4cyl, auto, Short Bed.
$4800/obo 941-763-0608
2000 DODGE DAKOTA 4dr,
V8, air, auto, new tires,
$3,000 obo 941-505-0666


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M.S.R.P........................ $28,292
Darby Discount............$1 ,408
Cash or Trade................$3,000


SALE PRICEVSAA rvt


*Prices include all rebates, incentives and USAA rebate, special financing in lieu of rebates. Lease paments include $2000 cash or t de and USAA rebate, 39 mnths, 10K miles per year.
Prices and payments plus tax, tag and fees, W.A.C. through Ally Bank.


CYCLES/MOPEDS/
SCOOTERS
7360

2011 883 HD Sportster
Super Low, 1,385 mi, highway
bars & pegs upgraded HD mir-
sa a irords aendbpedals, new sportst~eD

ls1in 39b~rke kit.5 -102060
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MOTOR/BIKE NEW, gas,
35mph 130 mpg No license
Req.$420 863-990-9397
RAZOR E100 SCOOTER.
Red,with charger, good condi-
tion $80, 941-286-9570

CAMPERS/
TRAVEL TRAILERS
7370



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1980 13' Burrow fiberglass
trailer, clean, new tires, micro,
refrigerator, $3,250 Engle-
wood 941-697-0722
2000 ALPENLITE 5th wheel
1 slide. Excellent condition.
$18,000 941-624-0544
2003 29' Keystone Sprinter
w/slide, very nice RV. Retail
is $12,000. Sell for $8,900.
Ron 941-276-1300.


CAMPERS/
TRAVEL TRAILERS
7370

2005 SUNLINE SOLARIS
Travel Trailer, very nice, new
tires, micro, ref & stove.
$6,500 941-743-2783
Charlotte RV Center
GR t sele tionaod Fre)-ow ed
We'll sel your RV FREE! A K
about our marketing .Repairs -
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(941' 88 5555
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RV Parrallel power kit for
Honda EU 2000i Generators,
new cond. Pd $307 sell First
$65. Call Jack 941-624-0515




WANTED 5th hTsT's ,opty

Van conversion & passen-
ger vans. Cash paid on the
spot. for quick sale. 941-
347-7171

MOTOR HOMES/
RVs
7380




eMa jceotxl~4m@ahou~to
for pictures and details
360-581-8370

2008eBighorn 3 Sil5th
ljlockre @ milco f r
details and pictuaes, $m2,00
863-832-3145
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Modern shop, quality work!
FREE ESTIMATES.
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SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES
7305

2009 HONDA PILOT EX, dk
cherry, 39,268 mi. $23,000
877-219-9139dlr
2010 CHEW EQUINOX
$18,990
(877)-211-8054 DLR
2010 HONDA CRV
$23,990
(877)-211-8054 DLR
2010 HONDA CRV 4 dr, LX,
black, 20,910 mi. $18,975
877-219-9139dlr
2010 HONDA CRV EX, blue,
16,722 mi. $21,857 877-219-
9139dlr

20103TKOYOT9A RAV4
(877)-211-8054 DLR

APURTSOAWEER
(941) 627-8822

03 Saturn Vue.........$5,599
02 Saturn Vue AWD..$6,899
08 Chrysler PT Cruiser

08 Saturn Vue $...1 ,9
10 Chevy HHR .$...12,999
23440 Janice Ave.
Port Charlotte, FL 33980


& ATCISSEORRIES
7341


20 x 08 TED sar H3 le
941-650-1823
28FT BOAT trailer aluminum
for 20-25ft boat tandum axle
$499, 080 863-990-8232
BOAT TRAILER single axle,
steel, holds 16ft boat $275
941-629-4982
HITCH FITS SEBRING $40
941-493-0563


TRAILER
& ACCESSORIES
7341


Burnt Store Trailer Sales
7X16 Heavy Duty Car
Hauler $2450
Tandem Brakes good cond.
Boat Trailers & Parts
941-833-2200
ENCLOSED UTILITY trailer
6x12, ramp w/ side door, new
tires, 2 spares, ladder rack.
$2,650 PGI 317-590-3455


ENCLOSED UTLILITY Trailer
Cargo Mate 6 x 10 excellent
condition like new, has a brake

S2 928-636 OEnglewood
MOTORCYCLE TOW-
BEHIND Cargo trailer, w/
stecahdyussnd & swive tr il r
Dakota. $500 941-445-1274
ROY'S TRAILER COUNTRY
New- Pre-0wned Stora ge
Cargo-Utility-Trailers Parts
Repai rs-Tires-CustomBuilt-Tra il-
ers-Hitches/Wiring 941- 575-
2214. 4760Taylor Rd. P.G.
SMALL HOMEMADE trailer
With high sides $100 941-
626-8448
TRAILE 05X8,9mesh w4/r~amp

TRAILER CARGO 6X12 with a
V front, excellent condition
$1,960 989-820-6509
TRAII.ER JACK 10001b.
capacity, swivel mt., new in
box. $75, 080 941-626-
5099
UTILITY TRAILER 6 1/2x16,
dual axels, fold down ramp,
$1,000, 080 941-628-9464


UTILITY TRAILERS GreatPrices
WEST COAST TRAILER
(941)698-9902


CYCLES/MOPEDS/
SCOOTERS
7360

1980 KAW 750, 4cyl,
runs,tlc $497 941-916-5570
1988 HD 1200 Sportster.
Collector, Factory rare color,
4277miles,. Exc. shape.
$4250/obo (941)-497-6615
1997 HD Road King, extra's'
custom paint, exc. cond. cycle
lift incl. $9,800 firm. 941-628-
8946.
2002, AMERICAN PERFOR-
MANCE Cycle, 240 Gambler
SRW, Orange with Purple
Flames outlined in Lime Pin-
strlhpe,R480T0e Milesngi C bi

$289020.50000Br d1-2New .21A
2003 HD SOFTAIL FXST Std,

et a, $,52080 frm Chte n,
941-625-7411
2005 50cc MotorSport,
791 orig. miles, runs great,
new carborator, plug, battery,
& clutch $650 941-639-7939
2005 HD Road King Classic'

secral srice plan $d11 5a0
941-286-6488
2005 Suzuki, Burgman

0275011.9k41-268-66704
2007 HD Her. Soft tail 13k
exec cond. too much to list.
$14,500. 941-412-6567
2009 HD ULTRA Classic,
beautiful, pre-pald service
plan, true duals, power com-
mander, lots of extras. 941-
628-9806
Ladies Blk HD Jacket,zipper
front/sleeves,$125 080 941-
441-7776
EET2 C 7s('RUSERh BIK
Battery $820 863-990-9397


MOTOR HOMES/
RVs
7380


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RVICAMPER PARTS
7382


TOW BAR Stowmaster w/car
frame mount $289 941-889-
7767
TOWBAR DEMCO KAR-BAR
mtr home mount w/cover.
$75 941-624-5468


M.S.R.P........................ $33,437
Rebate/Bonus Cash....$2,500
Darby Discount......... ..$1,778
Cash or Trade............. ..$3,000
U.S.A.A. PrivateOfr... .$70

SALE PRICE


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St# 28014M.S.R.P........................$28,447
LEAS FORFactory Rebate............$3,000
LE ASE FORDarby Discount...........$1,278
Cash or Trade...............$3,000

U.SA.A PrvteOfe.... ..70


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Was.............$20,965 Was.............$22,700
Discount.....$3,000 Discount....$1,000 11
Trade...........$3,000 Trade...........$3,000


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ROTONDA WEST 3/2 fur-
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ping Cntr. Hwy. 17. $465/
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PUNTA GORDA Downtown,.
1 Bedroom, upstairs, all utill-
ties incl. No pets, $775/mo
Call Jerry 941-391-4856
PUNTA GORDA On a bud-
get? Cool, clean, quiet, 1 BR
furn. tile, fans, comfy Qn bed,
courtyard, BBQ, Indry, util. incl.
low deposit. 941-575-7006


1BR 1BA New eat-in
kitchen, bath, carpet &
paint. Great area. 27301
Sunnybrook Rd. $450/mo
941-228-7781
PORT CHARLOTTE tenant
wanted to love an immaculate
adorable home, 2/1/1 + Ig.
den. near Midway, new paint,
tile, DW, hot water heater. No
smoking. $750 Mo. 941-204-
7340
PORT CHARLOTTE
Large 2 hdrmt, 1 th
NEW blinds & car ets, No
Pets $550. 941-743-3'489
PUNTA GORDA on 1 acre
4/2, W/D hook up $850/mo.
S. of Zemel on 41.Background
check required. Pelican's Nest
Realty 239-898-1728
PUNTA GORDA, Cleveland
sect, 3/2/2, all appls, all tile,
window treatment, hurricane
shutters $825.mo owner 718-
465-6388 or (718) 864-6482
PUNTA GORDA, 2/2 + hu e
FL room under air, garage, tile
throughout, canal front, $800
mo. 941-661-4482


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SOUTH VENICE CUTE &
CLEAN 2/1/cp, lanal $650
Jacaranda 3/2/2 w/ fl rm
$900 1st last & sec. req
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Law apt., sunk in LR. On bus
line, priv backyard, W/D,
$675+ utils 941-496-8655
VENICE 2/2/2 Avail 11/15
Liv Rm, Family Rm&Den,1711'
sf,1438 STRADA D ORO,pets
ok. $1,125 941-488-3676
3VEN CE mn then.Poantati n
ing water. Gated, lawncare
& cable incl. Annual lease
$1300/ mo. Near comm.
pool 941-497-6793

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1240


2 & 3 bedroom newer condos
available starting @$800 mo, 12
mo lease. 941-6984111
DEEP CREEK 2/2 or 3/2, tile
cath. ceil, wood cab. granite
W/D, lanai $695+ up, pets ok
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DEEP CREEK condo 3/2,
with Appliances & W/D. Pool.
NO PETS. Includes water
$725 + Sec. (941)-255-0304
PisTH CHAs IrTuEni2/wa of
Kigs wy, I fo uis, wtr
pool, & tennis incld. Sm pets ok,
$650-$725+sec 941-286-9888
PUNTA GORDA Spacious villa,
BSI, 3/2/2, high ceilings, great
rm, eat in kit., lanai, immac. new
pint,$1crp~et941r-a 9 31 near
PUNTA GORDA ISLES, on
canal 2/2, nicely furn. w/pool.
6ea on or6 8 -70.92471-

ROTONDA WEST,3br/2ba
fantastic unit gated comm.
pool, spa, granite tops, all
appliances, minutes from
beaches and golf. Water &
cable included $900 month.
(239)292-5571 Annual NP/NS
VENICE 2/2 furn. overlooking
lake & golf course, 3 mo lease
Jan, Feb, Mar. $2200 mo.
Annual $800 mo No pets or
smoking 941-408-9210
VENICE ISLAND condo 55
+, 2/2 grnd flr., end unit, cov.
r2k00/N60mo. 82-4487-11n.

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1300

DEEP CREEK New! 2BR/2BA
$750/mo. lawn care incl. 941-
629-3326 or 941-416-5966
ENGLEWOOD
Spacious 3br/2ba, w/dish-
washer & W/D, $725/mo
+ dep. 516-819-4875
PUNTA GORDA ISLES, Rent
to own, 2/2/CP all appl,
$650/mo. no pets, 1 Mo. sec.
Available now. 239-731-5188

APARTMENTS
FOR RENT
1320

AWESOME MOVE IN SPECIALS.
1,2 & 3BR Lovely gated 55+
comm Walk in closets, Solariums.
Pool. Pet Friendly. 941-698-8800
CHARLOTTE HARBOR
Almost new 1bd/1b ,
tile fo~ols uie 2854t

CHARLOTTE HARBOR fur-
nished 1 bedrm apt. Neat,
clean & modern. Screened
lanai, covered parking, No
pets/smoke. $550 ann lease.
$800 seasonal.941-875-9425

Ce~ntA ar 0 Eh attRil flo 2 ,
W/D. $625 Water included.
1st + Sec. 239-229-0984

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21br w dn n 2o Na 730s5
Swimming pool $750/mo
941-473-0450
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KEY, 1/1, Steps to Beach. Util.
& cable incl. pet ok, $225 wk.
Long term 941-716-3660
PORT CHARLOTTE Prome-
nades 1/1 $495 water Includ-
ed, 1st, last & sec. No pets.
Pool. 941-380-9212


ENGLEWOOD Efficiency
$400 + util., 1BR, 2BA $850 -
inc. uti., 2BR, 3BA $750 + util.
Chuck (828) 524-4977
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3/2/2 w/pool svc $1050
3/2/1 lanai pet ok $795
2/2 fenced pet ok $725
2/2/1 waterfront $875
2/1 Duplex 2 available
$575 and up
2/2/2 Remodeled $750
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NOKOMIS 2/2 WATERFRONT
Close to beach and 1-75, 20
min. to Gulf. $1,300. 941-
349-6338
NORTH PORT 3/2/1 nice
area, Ig. tile throughout home,
great cond. $850 mo. 4122
Bula. Call Tony 941-391-4018
NORTH PORT 3/2/2, lanai,
pool, all appl Incl W/D, carpet
& tile. $1150 mo. 1st mo &
$1500 sec. 847-855-2710
NORTH PORT 3/2/Carport
Fenced Yard, Pet ok, W/D,
Remodeled, RV/trailer park-
ing. $825/mo + Sec.
941-740-0761
NORTH PORT 4660 Talisman
Terr. Discriminating tenants
wanted for beautifully renovat-
ed 3/2/2 w/screened lanai.
$925 & Sec. 941-456-1486
NORTH PORT Extra Clean
3/2/2 laundry room, screened
Lanal, $850 Lease & Deposit.
941-379-4463


NORTH PORT Quiet
2BR/2BA, CHA, all appl incl
W/,Pets OK. 11-3 r lese.



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16830OketoSt 3/2/1 $700
1st, Securi ,. &
Reqa 3re 9162h8 810
PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/2
on Kim/Comstock. $975. mo.
Avail. 9/1. 941-627-1000
Haley or Cathy 941-456-4159

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avail now. 516-508-8181
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PORT CHARLOTTE 2/2 duplex
$500 mo 1st/L & S. No pets.
27218 Sunnybrook, Harbor
Hght 941-621-3389.
PORT CHARLOTTE 2/2/1,
tile and carpet, $600/mo.
$200. Water dep.
941-661-7532


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PORT CHARLOTTE 2/2/1
Pool, Nice Split plan, new car-
pet, Prwvacy fenced backyard,
$795. No pets, 502-682-0199
PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/2
IMMACULATE, pool, tiled,
$ 67258+ 9Se.Available NOW.
PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/2
Veterans & Kings Hwy Area
double lot, fenced yard, pool,
central vac, all appliances
Grade A schools Near exit 170
$1,150 941-661-3862


PORT CHARLOTTE
E tra cl~ea o/ 1f(ott ge,
$600 mo. 941-927-9176


NORTH PORT
3/2 Orpha
3/2 region, Pool


$775
$1150


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Heron Creek Golf & CC, heated
pool, gorgeous lake & golf



EL JOBEAN clean 1/1 home
in historic district El Jobean, 3
blocks from fishing pier.
$625/mo 941-627-3344
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+ $1,100 Sec 440-954-2672


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3233 Vood Thrush Dr.
Unit "11C"
Punta Gorda Isles
ESTATE SALE
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$89,000 waterfront Condo
with Dock-Pool
On Sailboat waters.
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298 Fry Terrace
Port C=harlotte
Sailboat Waterfront Tropical
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Donna French
941-661-1202
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$699/mo North Port
Ready to move in! 3/2
FL room, Gar, $99k
941-716-0040
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15. 23156 Lark Ave.
$49,900.obo
941-628-2883




PORT CHARLOTTE 2/1/CP
in med ctr area, Ig lot, shed, all
appl. Needs TLC, $30K w/new
roof. 941-766-9554


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North Port S125 000
Cute 3/2/2 opol home
close to everl hing. (41 to
N Toledo Bla e, L lienvil to
Fernway.)
OPEN HOUSE
7196 N. 11uammTre~epm326
$109 800
Price Reuced! Large corner
3/2 condo on Plum Creek.
(41 So. R on Royal Poin-
ciana, R N. Plum Tree.)

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Po~rtCh rloe SE599 d00
Larg 5/3 5/2 on Challotte
Kaebor. You will not get
close to this view any
where. (41 to Ed ewater,
SSeverin.
OPEN HOUSE
SAT. 11am -2pm
1741 New St.
$110u000
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OPEN HOUSE
SAT. 10am -12 noon
20233 Peachland Blvd.
$56 900
Bnhk ownee t3 heds 12
(41sS, L Veterans R
Cochran, L Peachland)

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PORT CHARLOTTE Rent to Own
3/1 Shows like a Model Home
Many New Features: $68,000
Poss. Finance. 941-629-6329


/ Acres waterrront runta
Gorda Private setting 3/2
Gulf Access $174,900
JUDY K PETKEWICZ
ALLISON JAMES Estates &
Homes 941-456-8304






Spectacular 2004 3/2/2 home
on 3ebeautiful fcd cure ry
living but close to everything
South Punta Gorda $169,500
941- 916-1662

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270 Santa Maria #203
2BR/2BA Updated kitchen,
new Appl. & carpet. 1013sf
Close to Vnic 9e &

"BUILDERS SPECIAL." New
const. 3/2/2 approx 2100
SF/TI, granite, start @
109,900. OPEN HOUSE
Sat.12-4 & Sun. 12-4. 6173
Spinnaker, Engwd. & 12469
Marathon, PC. (941)-416-5621


ENGLEWOOD AREA
11869 Oceanspray Blvd.
Newer 3/2/2, Canal lot. $145k
1149 Bro n St. 2/1 updated
waterfront $117
Call Terry o -AwasLog
on Service Keller~ilas
941-830-2347 to find out
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2De uo ofie e Poolce$23 2k53
239 'Spring Drive 3/2/3 w
pool Huge fenced yard. $259k
Call Terry Long ~- AlayLng
on Service! aKelrNiims
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3/2/2 with pool.
2011 Coastal Cottage, Upgrades
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HOMES 1030

PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2
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Ianai, $79k 941-629-
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REX MORGAN By Woody Wilson and Graham Nolan
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DEAR DR. D N HE:
old, weighs about 135
pounds and is 5 feet
10 inches tall. He plays
baseball and basketball,
and wears a size 13 shoe.
Our concern is foot
odor, a very strong
smell. Our daughter
has tried many things,
including some things
you suggested in the past.
Do you think he could be
lacking something in his
diet or eating too much of
something? J.S.
ANSWER: I hope these
aren't the same things I
suggested previously.
Eliminating foot odor
requires eliminating wet
feet. Odor-producing
bacteria thrive in warm,
moist environments. If
it's not a burden on the
family budget, the boy
should have two pair of
regular shoes and two
pair of athletic shoes that
he alternates. That gives
the shoes a chance to
thoroughly dry. He should
carry an extra pair of
socks so he can change
them in the afternoon.
Socks made with the
artificial fiber acrylic are
better at wicking mois-
ture away from the feet
than are cotton socks.
After he showers,
drying his feet with a
blow dryer makes sure
that every drop of mois-
ture is gone. I realize
this is impossible if he's
showering at school.
Buy an antiperspirant
that contains aluminum
chloride. He sprays his
feet with this morning
and night, especially the
soles.
Have your daughter
take a good look at the
sles of his feet If onhthe

balls of the feet or the
bottom of the heels, she
sees small pits, her son
probably has a condi-
tion called pitted kera-
tolysis. Special bacteria
cause it. They produce a
horrendous odor. If the
boy does have such pits,
then forget the nighttime
application of antiperspi-
rant and apply Whitfield's
ointment (no prescription
needed).
Should this not clear
the air, he'll have to
see the family doctor
for prescription-
requiring preparations
like 20 percent aluminum
chloride (Drysol) and
antibiotic creams like
erythromycin cream or
clindamycin cream.
TO READERS: The
booklet on aerobics and
fitness explains how
people can develop an


Dr. Donohue
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write Dr:
Donohue a q
P~O. Box
536475,
Orlando,
FL 32853-6475

exercise program. To
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Donohue No. 1301, Box
536475, Orlando, FL 32853-
6475. Enclose a check or
money order (no cash) for
$4.75 U.S./$6 Can. with the
recipient's printed name
and address. Please allow
four weeks for delivery.
DEAR DR. DONOHUE:
I often see the term
"core" training used in
magazines on fitness.
What exactly is the core,
and how is it exercised?
- J.A.
ANSWER: The core
is the abdominal and
low-back muscles. Put
your hands on your lower
abdomen, and, while
breathing normally, draw
it inward and upward.
Those are core muscles
working. Do the same
thing with your hands
on your lower back.
Those are core muscles.
These muscles are part
of all important athletic
movements throwing a
ball, swinging a golf club,
swimming, shooting a
basket.
One core exercise
is done lying on the
floor with legs raised 45
degrees. Draw your right
elbow and left knee to
each other, then do the
same with the left elbow
and right knee. It's sort
of like pedaling a bike.
Perform as many of these
mb ement as is comfort-
ably ~ ~ posbe
DEAR DR. DONOHUE.
My friend tells me that
rope jumping burns 10
times the calories that
running does. Do you
believe this? I know it's
exhausting exercise. I just
began doing it. P.L.
ANSWER: I'm not sure
I can swallow that rope
jumping is 10 times the
calorie-burning exercise
that running is. Too many
Other factors have to be
considered, like body
weight, speed of running
and speed of turning the
rope.
I did find a reliable
source that says a
person weighing 150
pounds and turning
the rope 120 times a
minute burns 12 calo-
ries a minute. That's a
fast jump rate, and most
people couldn't do it for
any length of time.


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From trash bags to grease spots
Dear Heloise: Ibegan
reading Heloise in 1962 as
a newlywed. Reading the
recent hints from "Original
Heloise" readers, I just had
to share afew of myfavor-
ites, too:
*Fold down the edges of ,
a paper sack and punch a
hole near the top to hang
the bag from your vacuum Hints from Heloise
cleaner. As you clean each
room, place trash inside the met(dl-y)afr
bag. Saves you steps, and
the bag can be thrown away. oeigtepcae n
I alo hae ued epty friend says two days and
bread bags or whatever. I antesysfv.-Iz
even have used a second L., Springfield, Ill.
bag for smaller items that Tease stret
belonged in other rooms. five days, according to the
*If leftover veggies Food and Drug Adminis-
are only enough for one tr ation. However, on its
serving, place them in a website (www~fda.gov),
freezer container and freeze. it is advised that if you
Eventually, you'll have a are a senior citizen, or
nice container of layers of someone especially sensi-
veggies to use when making tive to food bacteria, don't
homemade soups. eat lunchmeat unless you
*A spot of fat or grease on first reheat to the point
your dress or blouse? Gently that it is piping-hot.
rub in baby powder and let Heloise

si uo urain man a r Dear H~eho s te imen my

*Place breakfast dishes in son was a toddler, he quickly
the sink, then fill with dish picked up phone skills and
dete gnt and the hottest wanted to call his grandpar-
wat rg posble. Let the sit ents, aunts and uncles, etc.
for 20sr30minutes whie He knew his numbers and
making beds and tidying how to dial the phone, but
up. The dishes are then very he couldn't yet read.
easy to clean. I made him his own
Thankyou, Heloise, for phone book using a three-
continuing your mother's ring binder. On separate
great work.- Katrina E, pages, I glued the photo
Live Oak, Texas of one of his relatives and
wrote the phone number
Food-safety hint in large print below it. Each
page had a different person
Dear Heloise: How long with his or her number.
should you use lunch- Laura N., via email


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HOROSCPE
ARIES (March 21-April 19). Art will take you to
places you've never been and leave you breathless
in admiration of the amazing craftsmanship and
imaginative genius it took to create it.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You will attempt to
resolve a dispute through reasonable discussion. You
could even be asked to mediate for another group
trying to work things out.
GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Uncomplicated friend-
ships are favored. Consider that the one who seems


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Saturday, November 5, 2011


Working smoke detectors

give early warning to save lIves
DEAR ABBY: Twenty-
four years ago, the In-
ternational Association
of Fire Chiefs (IAFC)
and Energizer spotted a ,
disturbing trend. Many r
fatalities were taking place g I~
in homes without working
smoke alarms. In response,
the "Change Your Clock,
Change Your Battery" cam- Dear Abby
paign was developed to
remind people to test and DA BY eas
chane teirsmoe aarm I love the out-of-doors,
batteries each fall when Ivout dt
they turn back their clocks my boy red'sodcek b at
at the end of daylight for the hunting season. I
saving time. sanded, primed and de-
According to the Na- tailed the boat and painted
tional Fire Protection As- ctalonhesdsI
sociation, while 96 percent bought seats, hardware,
of Aericn hmes ave even made a full camou-
at 1 nedsono eflage duck blind on my
least one that works! The swn ahn.
reasn? Mssin or ead My boyfriend is elated
beattn ansngo dad even mor excited that
eries.I intend to hunt with him.
Please remind your His buddy is not. He has
readers that when they set backed out of the hunting
their clocks back on Nov. 6, trips and refuses to talk to
to use the extra hour they me about the issue.
gain to change and test the Should I tell my boy-
batteries in their smoke iedIhvcandmy
alars ad cabonmind and save their friend-
monoide etecors. ship, or go with him and
It i recmmeded hat reward myself for all my
smoke alarms be replaced hard work? AMBUSHED
every 10 years and be a IN MINNESOTA
mix of both ionization and DERABS D:o
photoelectric alarms to not back out. The person
warn against all types of your boyfriend's buddy
fires. They are the best de- should be talking to isn't
fense against the devastat- you, it's your boyfriend.
ing effects of a home fire. His behavior is selfish and
Thank you, Abby, for, childish. A compromise
once again jolming me in might be in order, but it
spreading this lifesaving won't happen unless "the
message. CHIEF AL GIL- boys" arrange it between
LESPIE, IAFC PRESIDENT themselves. So stay out of
DEAR AL: Just call me the line of fire.
Old Faithful I'm glad to DEAR ABBY: There are
help. people in my life who do
Readers, this year the not bring me joy just
IAFC is encouraging fami- drama and petty backstab-
lies especially moms bing. How do I tactfully
who understand what it remove myself from an
means to be family's first individual or group of
responder when it comes people? I run into them
to family emergencies -to all the time at business
visit www~facebook.com/ events and restaurants in
energizerbunny and take our small city. AT ARM'S
the pledge to change the LENGTH IN IOWA
batteries in your smoke DEAR AT ARM'S
alarms when changing LENGTH: Unless you're
your clocks. planning on moving to a
No one should be hurt cave in the Himalayas, there
or lose a life because of a is no way you can com-
non-working smoke alarm, pletely avoid them. When
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each year in home fires. speak in generalities, give
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will provide extra precious as possible and move on
seconds for you and your when they start to gossip. It
family to get out safely. works like a charm.



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whole world, and lose his own soul? Or what shall a
man give in exchange for his soul?" Matthew 16:26
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bond is going to be more trouble than you have
time for.
(ANCER (June 22-July 22).You'll be choosing the
right goal.You'll recognize such a goal when you
can explain it clearly to anyone who asks and see
comprehension registered in the other person's face.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22).Your leisure time is precious,
and yetyou'll spend it giving back something to
your loved ones and/or community. This turns out to
be the very best and most fun use of your time.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).You will be fascinated


serve, ask questions and experiment to deepen your
understanding. You won't get to the bottom of it
today, but this will be a mighty fine start.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).You command respect,
gain authority and impress the opposition. It's all
part of your plan to turn your competition into
allies.This will happen slowly, over time. But you're
planting all the right seeds now.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Bluntness is part of your
Charm.The stronger people around you can appreci-
ate your honesty and good intentions, regardless of


SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21).You'll take great
pleasure in watching someone grow up.You'll have
a concrete example of how far this person has come
in the time you've known each other.
(APRICORN (Dec.22Z-Jan. 19).Your luck will be
uncanny. True, this mostly centers on small details,
but it's still quite heartening.You'll find something
you thought was lost for good.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You note how stub-
born pride has gotten in the wayof other people's
dealings, and you vow not to make the same


PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You want answers, and
you'll persist until you getthem.You know better
than to keep asking the same question the same
way, though.You'll be as sly as a detective.
TODAY'S BIRTHDAY(iNov. 5).You'll pay your debts
and your dues and step into an exciting new level
of power. Loved ones push you to be your best in
December, and you'll effectively split your time
between responsibilities and desires. You'll get in
on a good deal in January. Family additions revive
the spirit in March. Aquarius and Libra people adore
you. Your lucky numbers are: 40, 14, 3, 7and 28.


to prefer passionate entanglement to breezy with the way things and people work. You'll ob-


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Taxes $110k flexible
941-235-0844


NEED~ C1H


ruN n la wavn Isu-a
WATERFRONT!**"5 MINS TO**
FB aHuEiRugNS sILh E2 B o ,
boat slip, htd pool, large lanai,
$159,900 Tarpon Coast Realty
Call Ron McGurie 941 -223-4781
VENICE Island Condo, 55+,
2/2 ground floor, end unit. Cov
park, pool, New AC. no pets,
$79,900. 812-447-0145


ruiv IA CiUKUA IDL~t3 larpon
Cove 3/2/2 car garage. 2nd
Fl. w p ivte e~levat r. 2400n

Affordable luxury. $269,750.
RE/MAX Harbor Realty Harry
Rowe 941-457-0508


Frank Theatres Galleria
Stadium 12
941-408-0011
2111 Tamiami Trail
An nymous ( G-13 130 min.)


11:30 am, 2:00 pm, 4:30 pm,
7:00 pm, 9:30 pm
Tlhen dles ofMac (RG, 102 min.)
71:00 pm, 9:15 pm
in Timoe (PG-13, 109 min.)
1:0:4 am, 1:15 pm, 4:45 pm,
7:15 pm, 9:45 pm
Moneybl (PG-13Mrc 126 min.)
11:30 pm, 6:45 pm, 9:30 pm
4:45p, :0 pm, 9:45 pm
Pus TinBot (PG-1, 190 min.)
11:00 am, 1:30 pm, 4:00 pm,
6:30 pm, 9:00 pm
Pus nyBoots 3D (PG, 906 min.)
7:30 p,64 pm, 9:5 0 pm
TheRunoma Dciary (R 120mi.)
810i.):45 am, 1:0pm :15 pm,
7:05p, :0 pm, 9:45 pm
Towse Hi ost (G-1, 1045mi .)
7:15 pm, 9:30 pm
Ausi Vstyoaold 9Kur3 (P,9 i
11:20 am, 1:20 pm, 4:50 pm,
7:20 pm, 9:30 pm


Dolhin Tale 3D (PG, 112 min.)

Footl pose (PG-13, 113 min.)
11:40 am, 2:20 pm, 5:00 pm,

Hallw -r Partl 2 3Dma (P-3,
13:0 min. 1:00 pm, 7:00 pm


The ides of March (R, 102 min.)
11:25 am, 5:05 pm, 10:05 pm
In Time (PG-13, 109 min.)
11:30 am, 2:00 pm, 4:45 pm,
7:15 pm, 9:50 pm
Johnny English5Reborn: 5 m

Moneyball (PG-13, 126 min.)
10:35 am, 1:25 pm, 4:25 pm,
7:20 pm, 10:15 pm
Paranormal Activity 3 (R,
81 min.) 11:10 am, 1:20 pm,
3:20 pm, 5:30 pm, 7:50 pm,
10:00 pm
Puss in Boots (PG, 90 min.)
1:00 pm, 3:05 pm, 5:15 pm,
7:30 pm, 9:45 pm; 10:00 am
Digital Presentation;SFF-Sensory
Friendly Film
Puss in Boots 3D (PG, 90 min.)
11:20 am, 1:35 pm, 3:50 pm,
6:00 pm, 8:15 pm, 10:25 pm
Real Steel (PG-13, 127 min.)
10:40 am, 1:40 pm, 4:35 pm,
7:25 pm, 10:15 pm
The Rum Diary (R, 120 min.)
10:50 am, 1:30 pm, 4:15 pm,
7:05 pm, 10:05 pm
Sarah's Key (Elle s'appelait
Sarah) PG-13, 111 i.
11:50 am, 2:30 pm, ni:5 pm,
7:35 pm, 10:00 pm
The Tree Mus ter m3D ( G-p

The Three Musketeers (PG-13,
110 min.) 11:05 am, 4:10 pm,
9:25 pm
Towel Heist (PG-513, 104 m n.)m

2:10 pm, 3:15 pm, 4:30 pm,
5:40 pm, 7:00 pm, 8:05 pm,

SVry Ha ol Kmar 3D
Christmas (R, 89 min.)
11:00 am, 1:15 pm, 3:30 pm,

T Way ( -3, 11150 mn.pm
11:15 am, 1:50 pm, 4:20 pm,
6:55 pm, 9:35 pm


Q 1 East-West vulnerable, as South
y hold:

6 J 7 A 3 O K 7 6 4 3 i J 10 9 2

The bidding has proceeded.
NORTH EAST SOUTH WEST

What action do you take?

Q 2 Both vulnerable, as South you
hold- *

S6 5 3 2 0K OJ97 2 AK7 3

Partner opens the bidding with on
heart. What do you respond?

Q 3 Both vulnerable, as South you
hold:

6 AK J6 3 9A 82 0 6 6 Q 2

Your right-hand opponent opens the
bidding with one diamond. What
action do you take?

Q 4 Neither vulnerable, as South
you hold.

SAA10 9 4 0 7 3 A J 9 3 6 K 5 4

The bidding has proceeded:


WEST NORTH EAST
Pass 2+ PaSS


What do you bid now?

Q 5 Neither vulnerable, as South
you hold.7:

6 10 7 6 2 J 8 5 2 0 Q 10 6 6 J 4

Partner opens the bidding with one
spade. What action do you take?

Q 6 As South, vulnerable, you hold:

A K Q 9 7 6 5 4 O 9 6 5 0 Q 7 4 4 Void

The bidding has proceeded:
NORTH EAST SOUTH WEST
1+ Pass 14PaSS
20 Pass ?
What do you bid now?

Look for answers on Monday.

(Tannah Hirsch welcomes readers'
TCSponses sent in care of this newspaper
or to Tribune Media Services Inc., 2225
Kenmore Ave., Suite 114, Buffalo, NY
14207. E-mail responses may be sent to
gorenbridge@aol.com.)


ACROSS
1 Cager's goal
5 Orbit segments
9 Visual aid
14 Pantyhose color
15 Sorvino of
films
16 Nostalgic look
17 Two fives for

18 Cow-headed
goddess
19By -
(barely)
20 Stamps
22 Realms
24 Lustrous black
25 Cherry-red
26 Book jacket ads
29 Code inventor
31 Rodeo gear
32 Hombre's dwell-
ing
33 John, in
Aberdeen
36 Common abbr.
37 Clinked glasses
40 Hi-tech scan
41 Grad's reward
42 Slalom obstacle
43 Inbox filler
(hyph.)
45 Blooms
47 Sculpture alloy
48 Paper fastener
51 Weeps loudly
52 Most sacred


54 Snowflake
58 Fight locale
59 Click-on item
61 Plains state
62 Appraises
63 Give out
sparingly
64 Collar style
65 Moon position
66 Not too hot

67 Bit part

DOWN
1 Jalopy .
2 Numerical prefix
3 Galena and
bauxite
4 Drop-kickers
5 Pedro's pals
6 Ready to bake
7 Dernier -
8 Courtesy env.
9 Wine, once
10 End a layoff
11 Video-game
pioneer
12 Uses a crowbar
13 Gymnastics
apparatus
21 Monastic head
23 Jazz singer
Carmen -
26 Ran in the wash
27 Past the
deadline
28 SOS receivers


29 Yacht features
30 Prefix for bone
32 "Slither" actor
33 "- Old Cow
Hand"
34 Border st.
35 Giza's river
38 Curved
moldings
39 Bowler
44 More
cushioned, as
a rock
45 Hazards a
guess


Make happy
It's north of Java
Cutting
Hebrew scroll
Comic-strip
queen
Dundee citizens
Reid and
Considine
Oz canine
Wanted GI
status
Country road
Business VIP


Venice Gondolier Sun readers: Look for the puzzle solution in the Our Town section.


CONDOS/VILLAS CONDOS/VILLAS
FOR SALE FOR SALE
1040 1040


MOVIE LISTINGS

Regal Town Center 16
941-623-0111

Anonymou~si mi-, 130 in.)
12:30 pm, 4:05 pm, 7:10 pm,
10:05 pm
Courageous (PG-13, 130 min.)
Dolhi nal (1PG, 112 min.)
1:20 pm, 7:30 pm
Footloose (PG-13, 113 min.)
1:25 pm, 4:35 pm, 7:35 pm,
10:30 pm
The ides of March (R, 102 min.)
1:30 pm, 4:20 pm, 6:55 pm,
9:30 pm
In Time (PG-13, 109 min.)
1:00 pm, 4:00 pm, 8:00 pm,
10:35 pm
The Metropolitan Opera:
Siegfried LIVE (NR, 356 min.)
12:00 pm
Moneyball (PG-13, 126 min.)
12:55 pm, 7:25 pm
Paranormal Activity 3 (R,
si min.) 12:25 pm, 2:45 pm,
5:00 pm, 7:40 pm, 10:00 pm
Puss in Boots (PG, 90 min.)
12:15 pm, 12:40 pm, 2:55 pm,
445 p, 5: pn, 7:15 pm,
Puss in Boots 3D (PG, 90 min.)
6:0p, 9:2 p, 9:4 p
Real Steel (PG-13, 127 min.)
1:05 pm, 4:10 pm, 7:05 pm,
OheRupmmDiar 120 mi.
as:3 pm, ar40 pm, 6:4rn pm
The Three Musketeers 3D (PG-
13, 110 min.) 4:15 pm,
Tw Hist (PG-13, 104 min.)

7:50 pm, 9:50 pm, 10:20 pm
A V y Harol 9Kumrar 311 p,
3:55 pm, 4:30 pm, 7:30 pm,
9:55 pm, 10:25 pm


SOUTH
10





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ML# Status Address
C7025979 SLD 123 ANNAPOLIS LN
D5784598 SLD 8207 DREW ST
A3947005 SLD 6365 CUTLER TER
D5783552 SLD 151 HOSMER AVE
D5783903 SLD 1165 5OXFORD DR
D5783987 SLD 11362 FREDRICA AVE
D5782826 SLD 6174 FALCON DR
NS773663 SLD 2021 ALLEN ST
D5784187 SLD 10178 TOPSAILAVE
C7025217 SLD 13383 BUCKETT CIR
D5783666 SLD 5357 ULYSSES ST
D5784243 SLD 9264 ANITA AVE
D5783929 SLD 7 DEL PRADO DR
D5782537 SLD 1541 ROSS ANNE PL
C7023442 SLD 10444 WILLMINGTON BLVD
D5783340 SLD 7170 DEEGAN ST
C7027764 SLD 13272 EBONY AVE
D5780367 SLD 242 N BROADWAY
D5781853 SLD 1 BRIDGE ST
A3946912 SLD 14170 BARNWOOD LN
D5783860 SLD 9447 EL CAMPO AVE
NS772480 SLD 75 WINDSOR DR
A3947551 SLD 10930 LERWICK CIRCLE
D5783353 SLD 2678 TITANIA RD
D5784414 SLD 58 BROADMOOR LN
D5784736 SLD 1055 E 2ND ST
D5783671 SLD 1950 BLUEFIN CIR
D5784653 SLD 40 LONG MEADOW PL
D5782922 SLD 479 TOMOKA DR
D5782119 SLD 1199 BOUNDARY BLVD
D5783348 SLD 427 FIRETHORN AVE
D5784372 SLD 50 MEREDITH DR # 4
D5784371 SLD 50 MEREDITH DR # 6
D5782785 SLD 798 BEACH VIEW DR # 798


Zip Code Subdivision Name
33947 ROTONDA WEST OAKLAND HILLS
34224 PINE LAKE
33981 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 66
34223 BAY VIEW MANOR
34223 OXFORD MANOR RESUB
34224 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 65
34224 LEMON BAY ISLES
34223 BARTLETT
34224 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 64
33981 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 95
33981 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 52
34224 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 74
34223 ALAMEDA ISLES
34223 BURNS WOOD
34224 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 62
34224 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 74
33981 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 95
34223 LAKE HOLLEY
34223 ENGLEWOOD ISLES
33981 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 71
34224 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 74
34223 ENGLEWOOD ISLES
34224 ARLINGTON COVE
34224 GULF WIND
33947 ROTONDA WEST BROADMOOR
34223 ROCK CREEK PARK
34224 BAY HARBOR ESTS
33947 ROTONDA WEST LONG MEADOW
34223 PARK FOREST PH 5
33947 ROTONDA WEST PINE VALLEY
34223 ENGLEWOOD ISLES
34223 PALMS OF MANA50TA KEY
34223 PALMS OF MANA50TA KEY
33921 BEACH VIEW AT BOCA BAY


List Price Pool Sold Price BE FB HB Built Property Style Sold Terms Sold Date LP/SqFt
19,900 N 19,900 3 2 0 1973 Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11 11.55
19,900 N 19,900 2 1 0 1965 Manufactured/Mobile HomeAll Cash 10/28/11 33.17
32,445 N 38,001 3 2 0 1973 Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11 26.21
49,900 N 50,000 2 1 0 1960 Single Family Home All Cash 10/26/11 55.44
65,000 N 61,500 2 2 0 1974 Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11 56.33
69,900 Y 65,000 2 2 0 1980 Single Family Home New FHA 10/25/11 62.41
69,900 N 60,000 2 2 0 1985 Manufactured/Mobile HomeAll Cash 10/28/11 69.35
70,000 N 75,500 2 2 0 1979 Single Family Home Other 10/24/11 48.41
71,900 Y 58,000 3 2 0 1981 Single Family Home All Cash 10/27/11 45.83
77,500 Y 81,900 3 2 0 1989 Single Family Home New Conventional 10/26/11 58.05
79,900 N 73,000 3 2 0 1991 Single Family Home New Conventional 10/27/11 57.4
82,900 N 65,000 4 4 0 1986 Single Family Home All Cash 10/24/11 41.12
89,800 N 83,000 2 2 0 1979 Manufactured/Mobile HomeAll Cash 10/25/11 66.82
95,000 Y 90,000 4 2 0 1975 Single Family Home All Cash 10/27/11 49.35
105,000 Y 92,000 2 2 0 1986 Single Family Home New Conventional 10/25/11 107.36
110,000 N 96,700 2 2 0 1990 Single Family Home All Cash 10/25/11 81.42
119,000 N 115,000 3 2 0 1980 Single Family Home All Cash 10/26/11 83.39
125,000 Y 119,500 3 2 0 1970 Single Family Home All Cash 10/24/11 67.28
127,000 Y 127,000 3 2 0 1983 Single Family Home New Conventional 10/28/11 57.21
129,000 N 122,500 4 3 1 2006 Single Family Home New Conventional 10/28/11 42.38
139,900 Y 125,000 3 2 0 1986 Single Family Home All Cash 10/24/11 76.36
159,800 Y 147,000 3 2 0 1973 Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11 93.18
169,990 N 159,990 2 2 0 2011 Villa Other 10/27/11 109.18
179,900 Y 175,000 3 2 0 1984 Single Family Home New Conventional 10/26/11 115.91
185,000 Y 175,000 3 2 0 1996 Single Family Home New Conventional 10/27/11 93.06
198,000 N 190,000 3 3 0 1962 Single Family Home New Conventional 10/27/11 113.21
199,900 Y 172,500 3 2 0 1990 Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11 109.12
214,900 Y 175,000 3 2 0 2001 Single Family Home All Cash 10/26/11 111
223,300 N 223,300 2 2 0 2011 Single Family Home All Cash 10/25/11 129.75
236,600 Y 209,000 3 2 0 2007 Single Family Home All Cash 10/26/11 123.68
239,000 Y 220,000 3 2 0 1991 Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11 111.84
379,900 Y 374,900 3 2 1 2007 Condo All Cash 10/26/11 213.67
499,900 Y 487,500 4 4 1 2007 Condo All Cash 10/28/11 223.67
529,000 N 475,000 3 3 0 1996 Townhouse All Cash 10/28/11 267.31


LP/SP Ratio
100
100
117.12
100.2
94.62
92.99
85.84
107.86
80.67
105.68
91.36
78.41
92.43
94.74
87.62
87.91
96.64
95.6
100
94.96
89.35
91.99
94.12
97.28
94.59
95.96
86.29
81.43
100
88.33
92.05
98.68
97.52
89.79


COURTESY OF PUNTA GORDA, PORT CHARLOTTE, NORTH PORT ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS

List Price Pool Sold Price BE FB HB Built Property Style Sold Terms Sold Date LP/SqFt
19,900 N 19,000 2 1 0 1953 Single Family Home All Cash 103/1 20.08
25,000 N 23,500 3 1 0 1961 Single Family Home All Cash 10/27/11 23.76
27,900 N 20,000 2 2 0 1960 Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11 30.06
29,900 N 27,450 2 2 0 1969 Condo All Cash 10/28/11 26.7
30,000 N 26,000 2 1 0 1960 Single Family Home All Cash 103/1 30.36
32,445 N 38,001 3 2 0 1973 Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11 26.21
33,449 N 34,000 2 1 0 1983 Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11 37
33,900 N 32,000 2 1 0 1962 Single Family Home All Cash 10/27/11 35.65
34,900 N 34,900 2 2 1991 Condo New Conventional 11/01/11 32.62
35,700 N 33,777 2 2 0 1980 Single Family Home All Cash 11/01/11 30.36
36,800 N 35,000 1 1 0 1961 Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11 50.07
36,900 N 30,000 2 2 0 1970 Single Family Home All Cash 103/1 25.15
39,900 N 32,500 3 2 0 1985 Single Family Home All Cash 103/1 31.62
40,800 N 35,000 2 2 0 1973 Single Family Home All Cash 10/27/11 45.08
41,600 Y 37,000 2 2 0 1979 Single Family Home All Cash 10/27/11 29.13
44,000 N 45,950 2 2 0 1975 Single Family Home All Cash 11/01/11 40
45,900 N 44,000 3 2 0 1977 Single Family Home All Cash 103/1 37.41
49,500 N 40,000 3 2 0 1998 Single Family Home All Cash 10/27/11 53.8
52,000 N 54,500 3 2 0 1976 Single Family Home All Cash 103/1 40.94
52,500 N 50,250 2 1 1 1975 Condo All Cash 10/28/11 52.76
53,000 N 53,000 2 2 0 1997 Single Family Home All Cash 10/27/11 47.32
53,500 N 48,500 2 2 0 1982 Condo All Cash 10/28/11 66.29
54,900 N 49,900 4 2 0 1982 Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11 40.52
55,000 N 50,000 2 2 0 1982 Condo All Cash 10/28/11 68.15
55,000 Y 55,000 3 2 0 1964 Single Family Home All Cash 10/27/11 34.4
56,000 N 52,000 2 2 1985 Condo All Cash 10/27/11 60.61
58,380 N 63,000 2 2 0 1995 Single Family Home New VA 10/27/11 49.35
62,900 N 60,000 2 2 0 1979 Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11 52.42
63,999 N 69,000 3 2 0 1984 Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11 36.49
65,000 N 61,500 2 2 0 1974 Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11 56.33
69,900 N 74,500 3 2 0 1999 Single Family Home New Conventional 10/27/11 58.44
71,000 N 78,000 3 2 0 2005 Single Family Home New FHA 10/28/11 44.1
77,080 Y 77,080 3 2 0 1985 Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11 44.2
79,000 N 76,000 3 2 0 2003 Single Family Home All Cash 11/01/11 56.11
79,000 N 75,000 2 2 0 1984 Single Family Home All Cash 110/1 53.41
79,900 N 78,000 3 2 1 2007 Single Family Home New FHA 10/28/11 45.09
79,900 N 73,000 3 2 0 1991 Single Family Home New Conventional 10/27/11 57.4
79,900 N 75,500 4 2 0 1983 Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11 39.99
80,000 N 79,000 3 2 0 1989 Single Family Home New Conventional 10/31/11 51.35
84,900 N 71,000 2 2 0 1980 Single Family Home All Cash 10/27/11 74.87
85,000 N 85,000 3 2 1990 Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11 48.71
85,000 N 73,500 3 2 0 1979 Single Family Home New FHA 11/01/11 51.08
85,000 Y 85,000 4 2 0 2000 Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11 44.97
87,500 N 89,700 2 1 0 1969 Single Family Home New Conventional 10/27/11 107.23
89,898 Y 88,000 3 2 0 1986 Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11 62.39
89,900 N 88,000 3 2 0 2007 Single Family Home All Cash 103/1 44.93
89,900 N 81,500 3 2 0 2003 Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11 58.72
89,900 N 81,500 3 2 0 1977 Single Family Home All Cash 10/27/11 52.73
89,900 N 93,500 3 2 0 2006 Single Family Home New FHA 10/28/11 53.38
89,900 N 95,000 3 2 0 2007 Single Family Home New Conventional 11/01/11 55.15
90,000 Y 85,000 3 2 0 1988 Single Family Home New VA 10/28/11 52.94
94,800 Y 90,000 2 2 0 1997 Condo Other 10/28/11 82.22
95,000 Y 90,000 4 2 0 1975 Single Family Home All Cash 10/27/11 49.35
99,900 N 90,000 3 2 0 2002 Single Family Home New Conventional 10/27/11 66.91
104,900 N 104,900 3 2 0 2008 Single Family Home New Conventional 11/02/11 60.57
105,000 N 91,000 2 2 0 2005 Condo All Cash 10/28/11 76.81
105,000 N 99,000 3 2 0 1987 Single Family Home New Conventional 10/31/11 86.71
108,500 N 108,500 3 2 2006 Single Family Home New FHA 10/27/11 59.91
109,000 N 112,000 4 2 0 2006 Single Family Home New FHA 103/1 60.96
109,900 N 100,000 3 2 0 2006 Single Family Home New FHA 10/27/11 55.82
110,000 N 90,000 2 2 0 1989 Single Family Home All Cash 10/27/11 76.66


LP/SP Ratio
95.48
94
71.68
91.81
86.67
117.12
101.65
94.4
100
94.61
95.11
81.3
81.45
85.78
88.94
104.43
95.86
80.81
104.81
95.71
100
90.65
90.89
90.91
100
92.86
107.91
95.39
107.81
94.62
106.58
109.86
100
96.2
94.94
97.62
91.36
94.49
98.75
83.63
100
86.47
100
102.51
97.89
97.89
90.66
90.66
104
105.67
94.44
94.94
94.74
90.09
100
86.67
94.29
100
102.75
90.99
81.82


C7027535 SLD 1900 LOGSDON ST
C7027699 SLD 13945HEEHAN BLVD
D5784267 SLD 3263 GENEVA ST
D5783903 SLD 1165 5OXFORD DR
A3947604 SLD 2317 CRITTENDON ST
C7026776 SLD 2627 INLAND AVE
05021717 SLD 462 BEACH ST
C7021042 SLD 8418 CHESAPEAKE AVE
C7027813 SLD 3335 STEADMAN ST
C7011686 SLD 3927 CIRCLEVILLE ST
D5783666 SLD 5357 ULYSSES ST
C7026161 SLD 20298 NAVAJO LN
(7021366 SLD 359 MENDOZA ST
C7024925 SLD 457 ZAMORA AVE
D5774222 SLD 468 HARLAND ST
C7019660 SLD 4766 SALADINO AVE
C7025512 SLD 3205 MCCORKLE ST
C7025351 SLD 18230 BRACKEN CIR
C7027622 SLD 2195 CANNOLOT BLVD
A3940298 SLD 5359 MARKET LN
A3941031 SLD 3498 CASCABEL TER
C7025730 SLD 125 EDGE MERE NW ST
C7026660 SLD 321 COLLINS WOOD BLVD
A3948138 SLD 8422 WAWANA RD
C7017056 SLD 18316 LAKE WORTH BLVD


34287 NORTH PORT
33952 PORT CHARLOTTE
33952 PORT CHARLOTTE
34223 ENGLEWOOD
34286 NORTH PORT
34288 NORTH PORT
33953 PORT CHARLOTTE
34291 NORTH PORT
33980 PORT CHARLOTTE
34286 NORTH PORT
33981 PORT CHARLOTTE
33952 PORT CHARLOTTE
33983 PUNTA GORDA
34287 NORTH PORT
34287 NORTH PORT
34287 NORTH PORT
34291 NORTH PORT
33948 PORT CHARLOTTE
33948 PORT CHARLOTTE
34288 NORTH PORT
34286 NORTH PORT
33948 PORT CHARLOTTE
33954 PORT CHARLOTTE
34287 NORTH PORT
33948 PORT CHARLOTTE


C7019164 SLD 5725 GREENWOOD AVE # 4-101 34287 NORTH PORT
D5782537 SLD 1541 ROSS ANNE PL 34223 ENGLEWOOD
C7026730 SLD 190 ORLAN DO BLVD 33954 PORT CHARLOTTE
(7025251 SLD 25323 DEEP CREEK BLVD 33983 PUNTA GORDA
C7025110 SLD 255 WEST END DR # 1311 33950 PUNTA GORDA
C7025010 SLD 4441 SWEETBAY ST 33948 PORT CHARLOTTE
(7013017 SLD 3749 CABALLERO AVE 34286 NORTH PORT
C7026643 SLD 1637 LAIRD AVE 34286 NORTH PORT
C7017735 SLD 4934 CROMEY RD 34288 NORTH PORT
(7021586 SLD 128 SAN RAFAEL AVE 34287 NORTH PORT


AREA PROPERTY TRANSFERS


E NG LEWOO D COURTESY OF ENGLEWOOD AREA BOARD OF RELATORS


(HARLOTTE COUNITY/NIORTH PORT

ML# Status Address Zip Code City
C7027213 SLD 4469 MELBOURNE ST 33980 PUNTA GORDA
C7028067 SLD 21373 MIDWAY BLVD 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE
M5822371 SLD 21504 MALLORY AVE 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE
A3940594 SLD 3126 HARBOR BLVD # 4B 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE
C7024479 SLD 2433 EDNOR ST 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE
A3947005 SLD 6365 CUTLER TER 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE
D5784682 SLD 18875 ASHCROFT CIR 33948 PORT CHARLOTTE
A3949023 SLD 21135 MIDWAY BLVD 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE
C7014834 SLD 3300 LOVELAND BLVD # 2004 33980 PUNTA GORDA
A3947395 SLD 8214TRIONFO AVE 34287 NORTH PORT
C7028089 SLD 221945SE CATHERINE AVE 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE
C7024835 SLD 410 CARMALITA ST 33950 PUNTA GORDA
P4618342 SLD 529 WATERSIDE ST 33954 PORT CHARLOTTE
C7021368 SLD 1209 ARMSDALE AVE 33948 PORT CHARLOTTE
C7027008 SLD 409 CHESTNUT NW AVE 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE
C7026953 SLD 939 SIDNEY NW TER 33948 PORT CHARLOTTE
NS772601 SLD 8180 LOMBRA AVE 34287 NORTH PORT
A3946443 SLD 3353 LOPINTO ST 34287 NORTH PORT
C7027205 SLD 20327 RUTHERFORD AVE 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE
C7022512 SLD 1020 W MARION AVE # 43 33950 PUNTA GORDA
NS774073 SLD 3794 HOLIN LN 34287 NORTH PORT
C7026598 SLD 21405 OLEAN BLVD # 206 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE
C7025697 SLD 3333 LAKE VIEW BLVD 33948 PORT CHARLOTTE
(7019668 SLD 21405 OLEAN BLVD # 405 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE
C7027920 SLD 21208 HIGGS DR 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE
C7004153 SLD 19505 QUESADA AVE # M-105 33948 PORT CHARLOTTE





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CONDOS/VILLAS
FOR SALE
1040


D5783849 SLD 1829 NIMBUS DR
D5778177 SLD 5418 WHITE AVE
(7023270 SLD 18400 ETORONTO WAVE
D5782258 SLD 1768 SCARLETT AVE
(7025142 SLD 23491 DAWN AVE
A3943989 SLD 2846 VOGLER LN
(7019044 SLD 293 DORCHESTER ST
(7026952 SLD 2282 HOMESTEAD CIR
(7026974 SLD 2284 ABSCOTT ST
(7027471 SLD 2240 STONEGATE CIR
D5781853 SLD 1 BRIDGE ST
(7023496 SLD 111 POINSETTIA NE CIR
A3946912 SLD 14170 BARNWOOD LN
N5772284 SLD 7291 TOTEM AVE
(7026824 SLD 10044 WINDING RIVER RD
(7027111 SLD 23241 ALASKAAVE
M5824549 SLD 1196 N TSTEST
A3948599 SLD 2371 ZUYDER TER
(7023472 SLD 2460 ALLEGHENY LN
(7025272 SLD 1460 HAYWORTH RD
(7026030 SLD 96 VIVANTE BLVD # 209
(7020969 SLD 3026 GUADALUPE DR
(7017905 SLD 11 SANTAREM CIR
D5784072 SLD 5222 CHANEY TER
(7025421 SLD 10291 WINDSONG RD
(7023194 SLD 2442 COMO ST
D5783734 SLD 12358 QUINLAN AVE
(7026718 SLD 6305 FALCON LAIR DR


34287 NORTH PORT
33981 PORT CHARLOTTE
33954 PORT CHARLOTTE
34289 NORTH PORT
33954 PORT CHARLOTTE
34286 NORTH PORT
33954 PORT CHARLOTTE
34286 NORTH PORT
33952 PORT CHARLOTTE
33948 PORT CHARLOTTE
34223 ENGLEWOOD
33952 PORT CHARLOTTE
33981 PORT CHARLOTTE
34291 NORTH PORT
33950 PUNTA GORDA
33952 PORT CHARLOTTE
34286 NORTH PORT
34286 NORTH PORT
34286 NORTH PORT
33952 PORT CHARLOTTE
33950 PUNTA GORDA
33950 PUNTA GORDA
33983 PUNTA GORDA
33981 PORT CHARLOTTE
33955 PUNTA GORDA
33948 PORT CHARLOTTE
33981 PORT CHARLOTTE
34287 NORTH PORT


112,900 N 110,000 3 2 0 2007
113,000 Y 113,000 3 2 1989
114,000 Y 97,750 3 2 0 2007
115,000 N 115,100 3 2 0 2004
115,800 Y 115,800 3 2 0 1993
119,000 N 118,500 3 2 0 2000
119,950 Y 90,000 3 2 0 1990
124,000 Y 124,000 3 2 0 2005
124,900 Y 124,000 3 2 0 1986
125,000 N 120,000 3 2 0 1994
127,000 Y 127,000 3 2 0 1983
128,700 Y 122,000 3 3 0 1958
129,000 N 122,500 4 3 1 2006
129,900 Y 125,000 3 2 0 2001
129,900 N 126,500 3 3 0 2007
130,000 N 125,500 3 3 0 2003
137,000 Y 135,000 3 2 0 2005
137,900 Y 131,000 3 2 0 2003
139,888 N 136,888 3 2 0 2006
139,900 Y 125,000 3 2 0 1980
144,900 N 144,000 2 2 0 2006
147,900 N 143,500 3 2 0 1976
149,900 Y 136,500 4 2 0 1990
149,900 Y 136,000 3 2 0 1994
149,999 N 144,000 2 2 0 1996
150,000 Y 140,000 3 2 0 1981
150,000 N 140,000 3 2 0 1977
150,000 N 150,000 3 2 0 2007
155,000 N 155,000 3 2 0 2006
159,800 Y 147,000 3 2 0 1973
159,900 N 155,000 3 2 0 2003
169,900 Y 164,500 3 2 0 1987
179,000 N 172,000 3 2 0 2005
179,900 N 179,900 3 2 2006
179,900 Y 165,000 3 2 0 1993
182,000 Y 150,000 3 2 0 1992
185,000 Y 165,000 3 3 0 1989
185,000 Y 172,000 4 2 0 1987
194,000 Y 179,500 3 2 1 1991
198,000 N 190,000 3 3 0 1962
199,900 Y 194,900 3 2 0 1986
210,000 N 189,500 3 2 0 1999
215,000 Y 210,000 3 2 0 2005
229,900 Y 222,000 4 3 0 2008
239,000 Y 220,000 3 2 0 1991
249,000 N 225,000 3 2 0 2007
249,900 Y 239,000 3 2 0 1989
249,900 N 220,000 2 2 0 2002
299,900 Y 275,000 3 2 0 1974
349,500 Y 340,000 4 2 0 2002
425,000 Y 405,000 3 3 0 1996
499,900 Y 487,500 4 4 1 2007
529,000 Y 493,000 3 2 0 2011


Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11
Single Family Home New Conventional 10/31/11
Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11
Single Family Home New Conventional 10/27/11
Single Family Home All Cash 10/27/11
Single Family Home New VA 103/1
Single Family Home New FHA 10/28/11
Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11
Single Family Home Combination 10/28/11
Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11
Single Family Home New Conventional 10/28/11
Single Family Home Assume Conventional 10/28/11
Single Family Home New Conventional 10/28/11
Single Family Home All Cash 103/1
Single Family Home All Cash 103/1
Single Family Home All Cash 10/27/11
Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11
Single Family Home New Conventional 10/31/11
Single Family Home All Cash 10/27/11
Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11
Condo New Conventional 10/28/11
Single Family Home All Cash 103/1
Single Family Home New Conventional 10/27/11
Single Family Home New Conventional 10/31/11
Single Family Home Combination 11/01/11
Single Family Home All Cash 103/1
Single Family Home All Cash 11/01/11
Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11
Condo New Conventional 10/31/11
Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11
Condo New Conventional 11/01/11
Single Family Home New Conventional 11/01/11
Single Family Home All Cash 103/1
Single Family Home New Private 103/1
Single Family Home New Conventional 10/28/11
Single Family Home New Conventional 10/31/11
Single Family Home New Conventional 10/28/11
Single Family Home New FHA 10/28/11
Single Family Home New Conventional 11/01/11
Single Family Home New Conventional 10/27/11
Single Family Home New Conventional 10/28/11
Single Family Home New FHA 10/28/11
Single Family Home New Conventional 10/31/11
Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11
Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11
Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11
Single Family Home New Conventional 11/01/11
Single Family Home All Cash 10/27/11
Single Family Home New Conventional 10/28/11
Single Family Home New Private 10/28/11
Single Family Home All Cash 103/1
Condo All Cash 10/28/11
Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/11


73.41
59.35
59.13
67.13
62.97
66.44
62.51
68.55
68.36
61.12
57.21
62.81
42.38
70.67
39.03
65
66.41
79.9
63.7
82.63
85.34
98.6
63.62
83.09
111.11
86.21
118.95
69.12
82.01
93.18
102.43
91
81.74
104.29
85.5
83.41
90.55
98.2
69.29
113.21
117.59
105.32
110.48
100.57
111.84
127.56
110.82
110.62
134
114.25
163.9
223.67
243.11


97.43
100
85.75
100.09
100
99.58
75.03
100
99.28
96
100
94.79
94.96
96.23
97.38
96.54
98.54
95
97.86
89.35
99.38
97.03
91.06
90.73
96
93.33
93.33
100
100
91.99
96.94
96.82
96.09
100
91.72
82.42
89.19
92.97
92.53
95.96
97.5
90.24
97.67
96.56
92.05
90.36
95.64
88.04
91.7
97.28
95.29
97.52
93.19


(7023562 SLD 25575 HERITAGE LAKE BLVD # 33 33983 PUNTA GORDA


N5772480 SLD 75 WINDSOR DR
(7023017 SLD 1280 WHITE 0AK TRL
R4596681 SLD 2186 PETERBOROUGH RD
(651795 SLD 23294 KIM
D5778341 SLD 449TOMOKA DR
(7026818 SLD 23167 MINERAL AVE
(7023517 SLD 14292 PITTENGER AVE
(7016856 SLD 730 STURGEON PL
(7026515 SLD 2018 PROUDE ST
D5777802 SLD 545 CURTIS BLVD
D5784736 SLD 1055 E2ND ST
(7018291 SLD 3149 ROCK CREEK DR
(7020300 SLD 17099 EDGE WATER DR
(7022266 SLD 2290 JASMINE WAY
(7026610 SLD 26379 TRINILAS DR
D5783348 SLD 427 FIRETHORN AVE
D5783613 SLD 2555 SAWGRASS MARSH CT
D5782640 SLD 355 GLADSTONE BLVD
D5783313 SLD 3351 BAY RIDGE WAY
(7023955 SLD 2000 VIAVENICE
(7023532 SLD 2089 SANDIA ST
(7026285 SLD 1639 CASEY KEY DR
D5784371 SLD 50 MEREDITH DR # 6
(7017591 SLD 559 ANDORA DR


34223 ENGLEWOOD
33948 PORT CHARLOTTE
33983 PUNTA GORDA
33954 Port Charlotte
34223 ENGLEWOOD
33954 PORT CHARLOTTE
33953 PORT CHARLOTTE
33950 PUNTA GORDA
33953 PORT CHARLOTTE
34223 ENGLEWOOD
34223 ENGLEWOOD
33948 PORT CHARLOTTE
33948 PORT CHARLOTTE
34287 NORTH PORT
33983 PUNTA GORDA
34223 ENGLEWOOD
33953 PORT CHARLOTTE
34223 ENGLEWOOD
33953 PORT CHARLOTTE
33950 PUNTA GORDA
33953 PORT CHARLOTTE
33950 PUNTA GORDA
34223 ENGLEWOOD
33950 PUNTA GORDA


ML# Status Address Zip (ode Subdivision Name List Price
N5773605 SLD 551 WHIPP00RWILL DR 34293 VENICE EAST 6TH ADD 62,830
N5771033 SLD 402 CERROMAR N CIR # 205 34293 WESTCHESTER GARDENS AT THE PLANTATION 79,000
N5772975 SLD 752 WHITE PINE TREE RD # 206 34285 BIRD BAY V 79,900
N5774181 SLD 229 LORRAINE AVE 34293 VENICE EAST 3RD ADD 79,900
N5774016 SLD 430 MISSION E TRL #L # 238 34285 MISSION LAKES 84,900
N5773277 SLD 4132 TARPON RD 34293 SOUTH VENICE UNIT 2 85,000
A3933016 SLD 3730 CADBURY CIR # 823 34293 WOODMERE AT JACARANDA 95,000
N5768371 SLD 404 CERROMAR N CIR # 118 34293 WESTCHESTER GARDENS AT THE PLANTATION 99,900
N5773903 SLD 421 BARD RD 34293 SOUTH VENICE UNIT 48 105,000
N5770206 SLD 245 WI LLOWICK WAY 34293 VENICE EAST 3RD ADD 112,000
N5774019 SLD 1280 INDUS RD 34293 SOUTH VENICE UNIT 24 112,900
D5782592 SLD 800 GARDENS EDGE DR #824 34292 MAGNOLIA PARK PH 2 115,900
A3944907 SLD 285 PADOVA WAY 34275 VENETIAN GOLF & RIVER CLUB PH 3G 119,900
A3933462 SLD 4266 VICENZA DR # D39 34293 CASA DI AMICI 125,000
A3902155 SLD 690 MORGAN CIR 34275 MISSION VALLEY EST SEC A 134,500
D5784793 SLD 711 MOBILE RD 34293 SOUTH VENICE UNIT 34 169,000
N5772474 SLD 225 FIRENZE W AVE 34285 SOUTH VENEZIA PARK VENICE 199,500
N5773909 SLD 700 GOLDEN BEACH BLVD # 233 34285 MACARTHUR BEACH 214,900
A3949220 SLD 1350 EWING ST 34275 MISSION VALLEY EST SEC B1 219,000
N5773232 SLD 1334 PINE NEEDLE RD 34285 PINEBROOK SOUTH UNIT 3 229,000
A3918918 SLD 110 BELLA VISTA TER # SD 34275 CAPPELLO I AT VENETIAN GOLF & RIVER 229,900
N5774069 SLD 500 THE ESPLANADE N # 404 34285 GULF TWIN TOWERS 249,900
A3944751 SLD 1173 CORAL LAKE DR 34285 PELICAN POINTE GOLF & CC UNIT 2 254,900
A3949478 SLD 244 HARBOR DR S 34285 VENICE GULF VIEW 269,000
N5772373 SLD 1000 TARPON CENTER DR # 103 34285 HARBOR HOUSE OF VENICE 272,000
N5772202 SLD 13453 BASTIAN0 ST 34293 ISLANDWALK AT THE WEST VILLAGES PH 1A289,900
A3909214 SLD 14021 BELLAGIO WAY # 208 34229 OSPREY HARBOR VILLAGE 350,000
A3940741 SLD 2050 TIMUCUA TRL 34275 CALUSA LAKES UNIT 1 369,900
N5773172 SLD 114 VENTANA WAY 34292 VENICE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB UNIT 1 398,500
N5771105 SLD 635 SAWGRASS BRIDGE RD 34292 SAWGRASS UNIT 2 424,500
N5771917 SLD 815 CARNOUSTIE DR 34293 PLANTATION WOODS 489,000
A3902417 SLD 14021 BELLAGIO WAY # 208 34229 VILLAS AT BELLAGIO HARBOR VILLAGE 499,000
A3926593 SLD 1500 CASEY KEY RD 34275 CASEY KEY 4,200,000


Pool Sold Price
N 57,520
N 70,000
N 70,000
Y 70,000
N 84,000
N 75,500
N 95,000
N 90,000
N 105,000
Y 103,200
N 105,000
N 114,000
N 122,000
N 125,000
Y 142,500
Y 161,000
N 178,300
N 200,000
Y 190,000
Y 205,000
N 220,000
Y 229,000
Y 236,000
N 210,000
N 250,000
N 280,000
N 300,000
Y 355,000
Y 350,000
Y 395,000
Y 425,000
N 300,000
Y 3,650,000


BE FB HB Built
3 2 0 1978
2 2 0 1982
2 2 0 1983
2 2 0 1973
2 2 0 1985
2 2 0 1972
2 2 0 2001
2 2 1982
2 2 0 1975
2 2 0 1978
2 2 0 1974
2 2 0 2006
2 2 0 2005
3 2 0 2005
4 2 1 1980
3 2 0 1985
2 2 0 1958
2 2 0 1976
3 2 0 1971
3 2 0 1979
3 2 2006
2 2 0 1968
3 2 0 1996
6 6 0 1942
2 2 0 1968
4 3 0 2006
3 2 1 2006
3 3 0 1994
3 3 0 1991
3 2 1 1999
3 2 1 2003
3 2 1 2006
6 5 1 1948


Property Style Sold Terms Sold Date LP/SqFt
Single Family Home All Cash 10/26/2011 48.15
Condo All Cash 10/26/2011 81.03
Condo All Cash 10/28/2011 89.98
Single Family Home All Cash 10/25/2011 60.3
Condo All Cash 10/27/2011 79.79
Single Family Home New FHA 10/28/2011 74.82
Condo All Cash 10/27/2011 69.75
Condo All Cash 10/24/2011 98.33
Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/2011 103.96
Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/2011 80.17
Single Family Home New Conventional 10/24/2011 76.8
Condo All Cash 10/27/2011 93.85
Single Family Home Combination 10/24/2011 94.63
Condo New Conventional 10/27/2011 90.38
Single Family Home New FHA 10/28/2011 74.81
Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/2011 96.19
Single Family Home All Cash 10/27/2011 165.42
Condo New Conventional 10/24/2011 188.84
Single Family Home New Conventional 10/28/2011 145.23
Single Family Home All Cash 10/26/2011 145.21
Condo All Cash 10/24/2011 98.84
Condo All Cash 10/28/2011 214.51
Single Family Home All Cash 10/27/2011 139.21
Single Family Home All Cash 10/24/2011 74.17
Condo All Cash 10/26/2011 245.27
Single Family Home All Cash 10/24/2011 114.27
Condo All Cash 10/27/2011 174.65
Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/2011 119.86
Single Family Home New Conventional 10/24/2011 159.78
Single Family Home All Cash 10/28/2011 139.59
Single Family Home New Conventional 10/28/2011 214.76
Condo New Conventional 10/26/2011 249
Single Family Home All Cash 10/27/2011 932.5


LP/SP Ratio
91.55
88.61
87.61
87.61
98.94
88.82
100
90.09
100
92.14
93
98.36
101.75
100
105.95
95.27
89.37
93.07
86.76
89.52
95.69
91.64
92.59
78.07
91.91
96.59
85.71
95.97
87.83
93.05
86.91
60.12
86.9


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2 bedroom, 2 bath
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423-921-2315


BUSINESS
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1600



VENICE RESTAURANT 90
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MaryBeh,r Pre Trrd1 Pper91es,

BUSINESS RENTALS
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650SF, Free Rent, Call for
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INCOME PROPERTY
1615


VENICE MINI STORAGE
FACILITY, 425 Units, $1.1M.
tis Reas or r1re4dl6P-382

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Stainless Steel appliances,
Beautiful new flooring. Tennis
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Broker protected.
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1090

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PUNTA GORDA 1/1 14x40
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SR. Park. RIVER HAVEN
MHP 10100 Burnt Store Rd
Unit 129 Low maint. fees
REDUCED $20,000/obo
516-850-0576
PUNTA GORDA
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FOR SALE
1040


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FOR SALE
1090


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MANUFACTURED
HOMES FOR SALE
1095


LOTS & ACREAGE
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large carport, screenroom,
utility shed, $14,900
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Private yet convenient.
Great Lcation.
$124,900. 941-286-1233


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Sabal Trace Golf & Country Club
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BEAUTIFUL. will partially finance if yu
qualify. $650k Call Jim: 315-440-2211


.PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2
Furnished, lanai with screened pool,
(2) 80x165 lots, carpet/tile, screened
entry with 2 car garage.
$200-000 REDUCED!
941-624-0463


1965 Knox, 56' 2/1/CP, dining room, liv-
ing room, laundry room, kitchen and
lanai. Recently remodeled. 55+ Comm.


941-255-9941









ROTONDA
99 Broadmoor Lane
A Beautiful 3/2/2 Built in 1995
Loaded with Upgrades
New A/C, Heat & Water Heater
$122,500
By Appt. Only 941-286-0056


me 8 Single Family
~rllll~lHomes
I ap~? Estate Homes
"Top Selling Golf, Riverfront, Resort Community'"
$139,900 to $699,900
Close to Gulf Beaches and Marinas.
4 Milesow th of 1o e7d76 c oto gate
Riverwood Realty Visit or Call
941-743-9663 or
1-800-874-1869

OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY NOV. 6 1:00-4:00


LAKE SUZY NORTH SHORE
2bd12bl adondokwith rmni. Cath.ucpentnegs,
Low Taxes $110k flexible
by owner 941-235-0844


REASONOURTMV RTLO FORIDA -
3/2/2 double lot 2006 Palm Harbor -
large active clubhouse & pool fishing -
everything top shelf, $109,900.
Don't be silly call Bev Lilly
Century 21 Aztec & Assoc.
941-268-6898


BSI WATERFRONT
558 Madrid Blvd
3/2/2 Pool, Spa, Boat Lift
REDUCED TO $399,000.
Grace DeWeese
941-286-0640
SUN REALTY


ON ISLAND OF VENICE--FABULOUS
VIEWS OF GULF AND INTRACOASTAL
WATERWAY. L20BWR, BOASH, END UNIT.


PORT CHARLOTTE REDUCED
OPEN HOUSE SAT SUN 1-3
1171 Richter St. MLS#D5781129

3 / 2 1 Bo DMR FRN. a y Up r ds!

941-380-2400


CALL FRAN 941-445-7744
C~e~nt 21SAlma OA o.


NORTH PORT 3/2/2, Pool, Coco Plum
Canal. Great Location! All hardwood
floors, Plantation Shutters, new AC/pool
pump, 18" Italian tile in kit., granite,
roof 4yr old. City Water. 1668 sq ft.
under air. 2030sq ft. $159,000.
941-429-6819


ROTONDA
21 LONG MEADOW PL
3/2/3 Estate home on 2 lots.
Deco drive, htd pool w/ pavers
Fla. Golf Properties
(941)-698-GOLF (4653)

SPUNTA. GORDAI-GULF ACCESS -7 ACRES!


DRASTIC REDUCTION
BSI WATERFRONT.
SUN REALTY
575 Madrid Blvd
3/2/2 $399,000
Grace DeWeese
941-286-0640.


Immaculate 2008
3/2/2 patio home,
private heated pool,
Lakefront lot. Maint. free.
HOA. $279,000.
941- 266-0206


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941-928-3955


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