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City wins short-term rental appeal


By GREG GILES
NEWS EDITOR

After losing a number of
court cases aimed at stopping
the spread of short-term rent-
als in single-family neighbor-
hoods, the city of Venice finally
won one.
But it's unlikely to sway
council's future course on the


issue until a simi-
lar lawsuit with
multiple parties is
settled.
On Dec. 30 the
Second District
Court of Appeal
ruled in favor
of the city in HOLIC
City of Venice v.
Martha Gwynn. It quashed


an earlier order by the cir-
cuit court, which ruled the
city's 2009 resort dwelling
ordinance banning cer-
tain short-term rentals was
unconstitutional as it related
to Gwynn's case.
Finding the circuit court
failed to determine the eco-
nomic loss Gwynn allegedly
suffered due to the adoption


of the ordinance, the appel-
late court reinstated fines set
by the city's code enforcement
board.
After an earlier lawsuit
(Milo v. City of Venice), some
rental property owners were
grandfathered under the 2009
ordinance and received waiv-
ers allowing them to operate
for another 15 years. In order


to be grandfathered a property
owner needed to have proper
permits.
Gwynn wasn't one of those
grandfathered and admitted
she didn't have a legal non-
conforming resort dwelling
because she hadn't gotten all
the necessary permits.

RENTAL112


Homelessness



on rise in schools


By STEVEN J. SMITH
SUN CORRESPONDENT

One in five students enrolled
in the Sarasota County school
district lived in poverty in
2010, according to information
recently released by the U.S.
Census.
The Census revealed that
8,330 of 45,006 students -
18.5 percent enrolled in the
Sarasota County School Dis-
trict were members of families
living in poverty,
in contrast with
11.4 percent
in 2007 just
before the eco-
nomic downturn
and 10.9 per-
cent in 2000.
In the state of
ZUICKER Florida, 21.9 per-
cent (628,165) of school-aged
children lived in poverty in
2010, compared to 15.5 per-
cent (437,055) in 2007 and
16.1 percent (427,487) in 2000.
The U.S. Census gauges the
poverty line according to stan-
dards set by the Department
of Health and Human Services.
In 2010 that level was $22,050
or less in annual income for a
family of four.
Caroline Zucker, chair of the


Sarasota County School Board,
said she recently heard there
were almost 1,200 homeless
students in her county.
"When you think about Sara-
sota County, you don't tend to
think about that large a popu-
lation of homeless students,"
Zucker said. "Our school lunch
program is utilized by about
48 percent of our students, the
highest it's ever been."
Zucker, who said she herself
came from impoverished
beginnings, said there are
programs available to help
students and their families in
the short term, such as Jewish
Family and Children's Service,
which helps families behind in
their bills.
"It's devastating to think
there are kids in our area that
have to go to bed hungry at
night, who don't have a roof
over their head," Zucker said.
"Can you imagine how hard
it is for a student who has no
place to go and maintain a
grade?"

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SCHOOLS 112


Fundraising starts anew


By GREG GILES
NEWS EDITOR

The theft of a donation jar
just two days before Christ-
mas isn't stopping a business
owner from doing something
in memory of the young girl
it's meant to commemorate.
Bob Johnson, owner of Bob's
Twist N' Shake, 420 North U.S.
41 Bypass, set out a plastic
jar after Venice High senior
Kristina Konovalov, 17, one
of many high schoolers he
employs, died in November
in a car crash just a half mile
north of his business.
Kristina's death shook the
staff and Johnson.
"I treated her like a daugh-
ter," he said.
Johnson decided to help her
family by placing a donation
jar with Kristina's picture on
the walk-up counter.
"They'd see it and get tears
in their eyes," Johnson said.
"Kristina was such a sweet-
heart. Everyone who knew her
loved her. She touched a lot of
people."
He never counted the
money that accumulated, but
estimates the jar contained
hundreds of dollars, perhaps
as much as $500.
On Dec. 24 he realized the
jar was missing. Johnson
checked the shop's security
camera system and watched
in disbelief as a man in his 20s
with a jacket pulled over his
head grabbed the jar and ran
off. It had happened the day
before while an employee was
serving a drive-through order
on the opposite side of the
shop.
Johnson handed over the
digitized security video to
police.
Four days later the man in
the video was arrested not


GONDOLIER PHOTO BY GREG GILES
Bob Johnson set out a new donation jar at Bob's Twist N' Shake on the
bypass this week after the original jar was stolen. Proceeds go to the
family of Kristina Konovalov, a young employee killed in an automobile
crash.


for the donation jar theft, but
for a purse snatching out-
side T.J. Maxx in the adjacent
shopping center.
Witnesses identified Daniel
Lee Upton, 24, known to fre-
quent the Venice area, as the
man who grabbed the purse
off a 71-year-old woman's
shoulder and knocked her to
the ground as she exited the
store.
With the help of witnesses,
law enforcement tracked
Upton to a Sarasota business
at the corner of Tuttle Avenue
and Ringling Boulevard. He
was arrested, still wearing
the same clothing he wore
when the purse snatching was
committed.
During an interview by
Venice police, Upton admit-
ted he was at the scene of the


purse snatch-
ing when it was
committed.
When pressed
with additional
evidence about
his involvement
in the Twist N'
Shake donation UPTON
jar theft, Upton
admitted he took it.
Police were unable to
recover the funds. As of
Thursday Upton wouldn't
divulge what happened to
the money, according to
detectives.
In October the county
declined to prosecute Upton
on armed robbery charges
related to a May robbery
in which he used a mask.

ANEW 112


Chiefs lose their wheels


By GREG GILES
NEWS EDITOR

The Venice police chief
and fire chief no longer have
authority to take their city-
issued vehicle home at night.
It's the result of a new city
policy on take-home vehicles.
The policy was put into place
in late September, granting
government mileage reim-
bursement instead to emer-
gency response employees
who qualify.
The city identified 25


take-home vehicles and
hoped to whittle that down
to a handful, but the policy
also allowed departments to
resubmit requests for a take-
home vehicle. Those were due
by the end of November.
Seventeen submitted a
request.
City manager Nancy Wood-
ley finalized the list recently,
granting 13 requests: four
for the utilities department,
a maintenance foreman,
six detectives and two K-9
officers.


The detectives were origi-
nally recommended for denial
by a committee of department
heads, but Police Chief Tom
McNulty made a plea for the
detectives and himself, saying
it's a matter of safety.
"Whether called out on one
or 100 times during the year,
our rapid response makes
a difference not only to the
integrity of the case, but to
the citizens (and) victims for
whom we ultimately work,"

CHIEFS 112


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in preparation for the Jan. 31 Republican presidential primary. Because
Florida is a closed primary state, only registered Republicans are eligible
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Share the road

By MONTY ANDREWS
GUEST WRITER
Bicyclists often annoy motorists, usually by
performing unpredictable and illegal maneu-
vers while riding on public streets.
Skilled cyclists however, will position
themselves to encourage motorists to ma-
neuver around them in a safe manner. How
is this done? A few suggestions include: (1)
using appropriate hand signals indicating
your turn intentions; (2) riding in the direc-
tion of traffic flow, not against it; (3) riding in
the designated bike lane or, if there is no bike
lane, keeping to the far right side of the road;
(4) wearing bright-colored clothing; and (5)
obeying all applicable traffic control signs
and signals.
If bicyclists ride predictably and use
proper cycling rules, motorists will find they
have an easier time coexisting them.
Each year we see more cyclists on our city's
streets and trails. With the Bike/Walk Venice
committee working toward Venice becoming
a bicycle-friendly community, plan on seeing
more cyclists.
Drivers of both motorized vehicles and bi-
cycles are urged to be courteous and respect-
ful of each other while driving on our streets.
Remember, we all have to comply with most
of the same Florida Uniform Traffic Control
laws.
Ride safe, ride smart.


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Council preview
Three ordinances are
on final reading at the
Tuesday, Jan. 10, Venice
City Council meeting:
An ordinance that
gives golf course opera-
tors throughout the city a
break on city noise limits.
The operator of a golf
course may not use power
equipment like lawn
mowers for maintenance
between the hours of
9:30 p.m. and 5 a.m. Cur-
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A budget amendment
increasing expenditures
by $950,000 for previously
approved projects.
An ordinance amend-
ing the future land use map
of the city's comprehensive
plan designating Plaza
Venezia, a 30-acre property
on the southwest corner
of Laurel and Pinebrook
roads, as "Laurel Road
Mixed Use Neighborhood."
On first reading is a
new ordinance revamping
the city's travel authoriza-
tion and expense allow-
ances. City Attorney Bob
Anderson will present a
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the new ordinance.
Two resolutions are also
on the agenda; they do not
require a second reading:
Adopting a social media
and public relations coordi-
nation policy.
Amending the schedule of
permit fees, including a new
fire inspection fee.
Of interest will be a council
discussion on sunset provi-
sions for ordinances, and
more discussion on taking
over maintenance of certain
roads from Sarasota County.

Meet the city
manager candidates
The public is invited to attend
a reception at Venice City Hall,
401 W. Venice Ave., from 6 to
7 p.m. Friday to meet the five
city manager candidate finalists.


On Saturday, Jan. 14, Venice
City Council holds a special
meeting to interview the can-
didates, beginning at 8 a.m. in
council chambers at city hall.
Each of the five candidates
will have up to an hour to an-
swer council's questions. The
public is invited to attend.
The meeting will break from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. while city
council members have lunch
and attend a play about the pio-
neer families ofVenice as part
of the city's 85th anniversary
celebration, Pioneer Days at the
Lord-Higel House. The house
is located on Granada Avenue,
across the street from city hall.

Holiday closure
Venice City Hall will be
closed Jan. 16 in observance
of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.


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I OBITUARIES

George W.
Constantin
George W. Constan-
tin, 85, of Venice, Fla.,
formerly of Englewood,
Colo., and
Convent
.Station,
N.J., died
peacefully,
surrounded
by family,
Monday,
Jan. 2, 2012.
He was born
Sept. 22, 1926,
',-. in Manhat-
tan, N.Y., to
Dumitru and
Georgette Constantin.
He graduated from Ste-
vens Institute of Tech-
nology in Hoboken, N.J.,
in 1957 with a degree in
mechanical engineering,
and attended New York
University to pursue
an MBA. He joined the
Johns-Manville Corpora-
tion in 1957 and retired
after 25 years of service.
He went on to found
Roofing Systems Con-
sultants, Inc. George was
a U.S. Army Air Corps
World War II veteran.
He is survived by his
wife of 60 years, Dolores;
his daughters, Suzanne
Stone of Moraga, Calif.,
Lauren Whittle of Whea-
ton, Ill., and Alysia Car-
ney of Cary, N.C.; and
five grandchildren.
Service: A funeral
service, with reception
following, will be held at
10 a.m. Monday, Jan. 9,
at Episcopal Church
of the Good Shepherd,
1115 Center Road,
Venice, Fla. Burial will
be at Sarasota National
Cemetery. To send
condolences, visit www.
farleyfuneralhome.com.
Contributions: In lieu
of flowers, memorial
donations may be made
to Tidewell Hospice,
5955 Rand Blvd., Sara-
sota FL 34238.

Edward Evett
Edward "Archie" Evett
Jr., 55, ofVenice, died
Thursday, Jan. 5, 2012. He
was born June 14, 1956.
Archie was a 1974
graduate of Venice High
School and also played
football for the Venice
Indians. He enjoyed hunt-
ing, fishing and camping.
He loved to watch the
sunset at the North Jetty;
he thoroughly enjoyed
the outdoors.
Survivors include his
parents, Edward Sr. and
Betty of Venice; and girl-
friend of 35 years, Lori
Pender of Venice.


JANUARY 7, 2012 WEEKEND EDITION


Services: A graveside
service will be held
Wednesday, Jan. 11, at
10 a.m. at Venice Memo-
rial Gardens. Farley
Funeral Home is handling
arrangements. To send
condolences, visit www.
farleyfuneralhome.com.

Patsy A. Herzog
Patsy A. Herzog of
Nokomis, Fla., formerly
of East Berne N.Y., died
peacefully Tuesday,
Dec. 20, 2011.
She was predeceased by
her husband of 57 years,
Richard; and granddaugh-
ter Melissa Herzog.
Survivors include
daughters Cynthia (Carl)
Motteler of North Port,
Fla., and Stacey Her-
zog of South Venice,
Fla.; sons James (Elise)
Herzog of Altamont,
N.Y., and Christopher
Herzog of Nokomis, Fla.;
six grandchildren; eight
great-grandchildren; and
a great-great-grandchild.
Patsy was a life member
of the Disabled American
Veterans Auxiliary, Eagles
and Eastern Star.
She loved spending
time at the beach and
shopping with friends.
But it was her dogs she
was truly devoted to.
Services: A memorial
service for the family
and friends will be held
at 11:30 a.m. Saturday,
Jan. 21, at the North Jetty
in Venice.
Contributions: In
lieu of flowers, please
make a contribution to
Susan G. Komen for the
Cure.

Madeleine T. Horn
Madeleine T. Horn
(Kellner, Hager), 97, of
Venice, Fla., formerly
from Cliffside Park and
East Brunswick, N.J.,
died Monday, Dec. 26,
2011, at Bella Vita
Independent & Assisted
Living,Venice, Fla.


Madeleine was born
Dec. 6, 1914, to her par-
ents, Henry J. and Emily
Kellner, at
4B their home
in North
t Bergen, N.J.,
together
with her
twin sister,
Emily Bar-
bara "Lee"
(Regna), and brother,
HenryW. Kellner, all
of whom predeceased
her. Madeleine was also
predeceased by her
beloved husband, Walter
H. Hager, and is survived
by her three sons, Walter
P Hager (Carol) of East
Brunswick, N.J., Warren P
Hager (Lieselotte) of Hills-
dale, N.J., and Charles M.
Hager (Ellen) of Monroe
Township, N.J. Madeleine
was also predeceased
by her second husband,
Matthias R. Horn, and
is survived by his two
sons, Richard P Horn
of Cudjoe Key, Fla., and
MartinW. Horn (Frances)
of Fort Myers, Fla. She is
also survived by her eight
grandchildren, Wendy J.
Kuebler (Hager), Walter S.
Hager, Kim M. Hollander
(Hager), Erika E. Hager,
Daisy A. Hager, Carolyn
Anastasio (Horn), Denice
Palluzzi (Horn), Michael
Horn; and nine great-
grandchildren. Madeleine
was also predeceased by
her loving companion of
14 years, Frank Navra-
til, and is survived by
his daughters, Francine
O'Donnell (Jay) and Mar-
ian Navratil.


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Madeleine, who
moved to Venice 37 years
ago, was a homemaker;
an active member of the
Venice Gardens Civic
Center and the Welcome
Wagon Club of Venice;
and enjoyed entertain-
ing family and friends.
Services: A private
funeral is planned.
Contributions: Dona-
tions may be made in
the name of Madeleine
T. Horn to Tidewell
Hospice Inc., 5955 Rand
Blvd., Sarasota FL 34238.

Florence M.
Koons
Florence Margaret
Koons, 85, is rejoicing
in Heaven with her Lord
and Savior. Florence
passed away peacefully
Saturday, Dec. 31, 2011.
She was born Nov. 20,
1926, to J. Raymond and
Florence Shear of Buf-
falo, N.Y. Florence was
preceded in death by her
best friend and husband
of 56 years, Clifford W.
Koons. She is survived
by her children, Carolyn
Barber of San Antonio,
Texas, Charles Koons of
Venice, Fla., Cathleen
Pellerite of West Sen-
eca, N.Y., Craig Koons
of Tulsa, Okla., Cheryl
Powell of Vidor, Texas,
Carl Koons of Tulsa,
Okla., and Jonathan
Koons of Tulsa, Okla.
She was blessed with
10 grandchildren and
10 great-grandchildren.
Florence has two broth-
ers, Fredrick Shear and


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and laughter. She loved
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church. She was a devoted
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Eleanor M. Reese
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Wednesday, Dec. 21,
2011. National Crema-
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handling arrangements.

Martha L. Wolfe
Martha Lee (Marty)
Wolfe of Venice, Fla.,
passed away peace-
fully at home Monday,
Nov. 14, 2011. She was 95.


Born in Kalida, Ohio,
on Aug. 14, 1916, Marty
married her college
sweetheart,
Russell E.
t Wolfe, in
1941. Both
"graduates
of The
Ohio State
University,
Marty and
Russell spent most of
their working years in
Ohio before retiring to
Venice in 1983.
Completing her mas-
ter's degree fromWright
State University in 1967,
Marty enjoyed a suc-
cessful career in juvenile
court work in Mont-
gomery County, Ohio,
and as a well-respected
counselor for the Court
of Domestic Relations.
During their 66 years
together, Marty and
Russ reared two daugh-
ters, traveled extensively
in the U.S., Europe
and New Zealand, and
were very active in their
retirement in the Venice
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Board of County Commissioners
Jan. 11, 9a.m., Commission Chamber,
First Floor, Administration Center,
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Community Action Agency Board
Jan. 12, 4:30 p.m., Room 226,
Health and Human Services,
2200 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota.
Call 941-861-2564
Community Alliance Developmental
Disabilities Committee Jan. 10,
1 p.m., Room 226, Health and Human
Services, 2200 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota.
Call 941-861-2877
Community Alliance Sarasota
Partnership for Children Children's
Week Planning Committee Jan. 12,
11:30 a.m., Building J, Glasser-
Schoenbaum Center, 1750 17th St.,
Sarasota. Call 941-861-1410
Elder Strike Team of the Sarasota
COAD Jan. 12, 8:30 a.m., Dwyer
Room, Center for Healthy Aging,
Campus of Senior Friendship Centers,
1900 Brother Geenen Way, Sarasota.
Call 941-861-1438
Environmental Policy Task Force
Jan. 9, 2 p.m., Think Tank, Third Floor,
Administration Center, 1660 Ringling
Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-0672
Historical Commission Jan. 11,
4:30 p.m., History Center, 6062 Porter
Way, Sarasota. Call 941-861-6090

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about Sarasota County Advisory Boards.


Historical Commission Marker
Committee Jan. 11, 3:15 p.m.,
History Center, 6062 Porter Way,
Sarasota. Call 941-861-6090
Keep Sarasota County Beautiful
Advisory Board Meeting Jan. 11,
5 p.m., CANCELED. Room 573, Fifth
Floor, Administration Center, 1660 Ringling
Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-5399
Keep Sarasota County Beautiful Great
America Cleanup Subcommittee
Meeting Jan.11, 4 p.m., Room 573,
Fifth Floor, Administration Center,
1660 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota.
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Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Strike Team of the Sarasota COAD-
Jan. 9, 3:30 p.m., Room 2063, Health
and Human Services, 2200 Ringling
Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-2578
Parks Advisory and Recreation
Council (PARC) and North Port Parks
and Recreation Advisory Board Joint
Meeting, Jan. 12,2:30 p.m. followed by
regular PARC Meeting Morgan Family
Community Center, Meeting Room,
6207 W. Price Blvd., North Port.
Call 941-861-5469
Public Facilities Financing Advisory
Board Regular Meeting Jan. 13,
1:30 p.m., First Floor, Press Room,
Administration Center, 1660 Ringling
Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-5140
Sarasota Community Organizations
Active in Disaster Committee Jan.
12, 2:30 p.m., Room 226, Health and
Human Services, 2200 Ringling Blvd.,
Sarasota. Call 941-861-2563
Value Adjustment Board (VAB)
Petitioner Hearings are being held at the
Terrace Building, 101 S. Washington
Blvd., 10th floor meeting rooms,
Sarasota. All hearing schedules are
subject to change. Please check the
weekly updated schedules for dates, times
and locations on the Clerk of the Circuit
Court website at www.SarasotaClerk.com,
Value Adjustment Board link. The Clerk
to the VAB's office is located at the
Administration Center, 1660 Ringling
Blvd.. Suite 210, Sarasota. Call 941-861-5279


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Team of the Sarasota Community
Organizations Active in Disaster
Committee -Jan. 12,9 a.m.,
The Salvation Army, 1400 10th Street,
Sarasota. Call 941-861-2561
Waterways Advisory Council Quarterly
Meeting Jan. 10, 9 a.m., Conference
Room 7, 1001 Sarasota Center Blvd.,
Sarasota. Call 941-232-5541
Youth and Family Strike Team of
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p.m., Room 1127, Health and Human
Services, 2200 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota.
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Park will be closed.
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centers at 8750 Bee Ridge Road,
Sarasota; 250 S. Jackson Road, Venice;
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Coast Guard Auxiliary and
Good Shepherd Episcopal
Church. Marty was also an
avid participant in several
local bridge groups, played
the organ regularly at vari-
ous assisted living facili-
ties and was a member
and past president of the
Venice-Nokomis Women's
Club, and the AAUW and
Alpha Chi Omega Sorority
retirement chapter.
Marty is survived by
daughters Nancy Gates
(Ed) of Keller, Texas, and
HonoraWolfe (Bob Flaws)
of Boulder, Colo.; grand-
children Pamela Gates
O'Quinn (Bill O'Quinn)
of Colleyville, Texas, and
Lan Flaws of Boulder,
Colo.; great-grandchildren
Rachel Gates and Evan
Gates Retzloff, and Lorene
and Cassidy O'Quinn. She
was preceded in death
by her beloved husband,
Russell; her sister, Rhoda
Offensend; her grandson,
Cmdr. Russell J. Gates,
U.S. Navy Aviation; and
great-grandson Eric Russell
Gates.
Mother/Marty will be
sadly missed by her family
and friends, who will fondly
remember her love of fam-
ily, bridge, music, reading,
humor and the arts.
Services: A memorial
service and reception
honoring our Mother,
Marty, will be conducted at
10 a.m. Jan. 16 at Episco-
pal Church of the Good
Shepherd, 1115 Center
Road, Venice. Immediately
thereafter, her remains will


be interred in Gulf Pines
Cemetery, Englewood.
Contributions: In lieu
of flowers, the family
suggests that a memorial
donation be offered in
Marty's honor to Episco-
pal Church of the Good
Shepherd, Venice; or to the
Wounded Warriors Project,
P.O. Box 748516, Topeka
KS, 66675-8516.

John T. Zabriskie
John T. Zabriskie, 82,
of Venice, died Monday,
Dec. 19, 2011, at the
Cancer Treat-
.. ment Centers of
',, -.. America in Zion,
Ill. He was sur-
rounded by his
wife and children.
John was born in Ames-
bury, Mass., June 28, 1929.
He was the seventh of
eight children of Albert C.
Zabriskie and Helena M
(Howard) Zabriskie.
He married MaryW.
(Billee Graham) Zabriskie
on July 6, 1957. They had
six children: Albert W.
(Susan) Zabriskie, John T.
(Susan) Zabriskie Jr., Mar-
guerite H. Zabriskie, Sarah
J. (Thomas) Nolan, Mary
Zabriskie (David Hart)
and Christian G. (Vicky)
Zabriskie. He is also sur-
vived by his grandchildren,
Marlene Zabriskie, John
Hart, Patrick Hart, Molly
Hart, Carter Nolan, Riley
Nolan and Mayree Nolan.
John was a graduate of
Massachusetts College of
Pharmacy, Class of 1952. He
became a first lieutenant
in the U.S. Army, where he
served in Korea as a medical
supply officer and as chief
pharmacy officer at Walter


Reed Hospital in Wash-
ington, D.C. He founded
and was sole proprietor
of Zabriskie's Pharmacy in
Amesbury and Salisbury,
Mass. He served as precinct
representative and a mem-
ber board of trustees for 10
years and served as chair
of Amesbury Hospital in
Amesbury, Mass.; member
of the Amesbury Hospital
Long-Range Study Commit-
tee; member and past presi-
dent of the board of trustees
of Massachusetts State
Pharmaceutical Association;
and was recipient of the
Bowl of Hygia Award from
the American Pharmacists'
Association. He was a mem-
ber of the Century Club and
an adjunct professor at the
Massachusetts College of
Pharmacy, Boston, Mass.
John moved to Venice 18
years ago and he was a
member and ultimately
chair of the board of gover-
nors for Bird Bay Village in
Venice. He was a dedicated
volunteer (Angel) at Our
Lady of Perpetual Help
Retreat Center in Venice.
John was a loving husband,
father and grandfather. He
will be sorely missed by all
who knew him.
Services: A Memo-
rial Mass will be held at
11 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 15,
at Our Lady of Perpetual
Help Retreat Center on
Half Moon Drive in Venice.
To share a memory, visit
www.farleyfuneralhome.
com.
Contributions: In lieu
of flowers, donations may
be made to IC-Haiti, c/o
the Rev. Paul Berube at
Immaculate Conception,
42 Green St., Newburyport
MA 01950.


Venice Police
Department arrests
Sheila Renee Caser-
tano, 36, homeless.
Charge: petit larceny.
Bond: $120.
Robert Lee Gulsby,
54, 300 block Orange
Grove, Nokomis.
Charge: refuse to submit
to DUI test. Bond: $250.
Craig Michael Siringer,
18, 2400 block Kevin St.,
Venice. Charge: marijuana
possession. Bond: $1,000.
Bobbi Jo Whiting,
43, 200 block Jessica St.,
Nokomis. Charge: driv-
ing on revoked license.
Bond: $1,500.

Sarasota
County Sheriff's
Office arrests
Ashley Nicole Adkins,
29, 200 block Grove
Road, Venice. Charge:
driving while license sus-
pended. Bond: $120.
Dylan Lee Amann,
18, 300 block Reymore
St., Nokomis. Charge:
dealing in stolen prop-
erty. Bond: $1,000.
Jesse James Boatright,
32, 1100 block Col-
umbine Road, Venice.
Charge: robbery with
battery. Bond: none.
Gina Cathleen
Cassan, 18, 1600 block
Liscourt Drive, Venice.
Charge: possession of
marijuana and narcotic
equipment. Bond: $240.
Melissa Ashley
Crawford, 28, 300 block
Bucknell Road, Venice.
Charge: out-of-state
warrant. Bond: none.
*William Cody Douma,
19, 1100 block Kenisco


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the court system.


Road, Venice. Charge:
possession of marijuana,
driving while license sus-
pended. Bond: $240.
Johnny Marshall
Eddings, 42, 1300 block
Jupiter Road, Venice.
Charge: out-of-county
warrant. Bond: none.
Ryan Scott Lawrence,
25, 1100 block Myrtle Ave.,
Venice. Charge: probation
violation. Bond: none.
Anthony Michael
Maggio Jr., 48, 200 block
Momingside Road, Venice.
Charge: dealing in stolen
property. Bond: $1,000.
Cira Margaret Nel-
son, 35, 500 block Olive
Ave., Nokomis. Charges:
three counts of battery:
Bond: $2,250.
Roy Jacob Osborne,
31, 400 block Briarwood
Road, Venice. Charge:
two counts of resisting
an officer. Bond: $1,250.
Stanley Eugene
Overfield, 34, 100 block
Mango Ave., Venice.
Charge: contempt of
court. Bond: $1,000.
Charles Kendall
Owen, 69, 9000 block
Tamiami Trail, Venice.
Charge: DUI with serious
bodily injury. Bond: none.
James R. Radway,
30, 100 block S. Sierra
St., Nokomis. Charge:
aggravated assault with a
weapon. Bond: none.
Johnathon Rent-
schler, 23, 400 block
Olive Ave., Nokomis.
Charge: attempted bur-
glary. Bond: $7,500.


Beth Houser Sand-
ers, 51, 400 block Sunset
Beach Drive, Venice.
Charge: petit larceny.
Bond: $1,500.
David Wesley
Schumacher, 51, 9000
block Starfish Circle,
Venice. Charge: vehicle
theft. Bond: $7,500.
Kimberly M.
Siciliano, 22, 6200 block
Erice St., Venice. Charge:
DUI. Bond: $500.
Stephen Testa, 21,
200 block Fareham Drive,
Venice. Charge: probation
violation. Bond: none.
Jeremiah Lee Waters,
37, 5600 block Hale Road,
Venice. Charge: posses-
sion of narcotics, driving
while license suspended.
Bond: $240.

North Port Police
Department arrests
Julio Barcelata-
rodriguez, 18, 1 block
Plaza Way Drive, Venice.
Charge: operating a
motor vehicle without a
license. Bond: $120.
David Allen Costlow,
49, 200 block N. Portia
St., Nokomis. Charge:
grand theft. Bond: $2,000.

Criminal
registrations
Andrew M. Pinney,
26, 800 block Riviera St.,
Venice.
Donna Lee Root, 57,
100 block N. Portia St.,
Nokomis.


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It just takes an idea and a champion


About 15 years ago a resident of
the Bay Indies mobile home
park in Venice had a bright
idea. The person had moved south
from a place where the United Way
was an integral part of community
life, and he wanted to reignite that
spirit in his new community. But
he was retired. In fact, most all his
neighbors were retirees, which meant
they couldn't simply check a box at
work and have donations deducted
from their weekly paycheck, as the
overwhelming number of United Way
contributors do.
So he came up with another idea -
a Bay Indies United Way campaign.
One person contacted another. They
went to the homeowners association
and got permission to organize and
raise funds. They recruited a board
of directors and drew up a game
plan. They went so far as to estab-
lish 14 zones in the 1,000-plus-home
park; each zone had a zone leader.
Zone leaders tapped block captains


- eventually more than 100 of them
- who marched door to door hand-
delivering letters requesting United
Way donations from their neighbors.
The captains returned later, picked
up the sealed envelopes and brought
them back to the zone leaders, who
took them to the offices of the United
Way of South Sarasota County.
Now that's the way to run a success-
ful campaign.
They've been doing this at Bay
Indies for roughly 15 years now and
last year collected more than $22,000
for the 30 agencies that run 39 pro-
grams for children and families in the
area. This February, the Bay Indies
United Way army will roll again.
"It is absolutely phenomenal that
they are able to do it," said Steve Brett,
the executive director of the South
County United Way. "All it takes is a
champion. If anyone believes in what
we do and champions the cause, it's
going to happen."
The United Way is a ubiquitous


presence throughout this country, but
it's really a confederation of indepen-
dent county-to-county, town-to-town,
neighborhood-to-neighborhood
organizations that keep local dona-
tions flowing to local nonprofit orga-
nizations that, as Brett put it, "touch,
change and improve people's lives."
In southern Sarasota County from
Osprey through Venice to North Port
and Englewood the United Way hit
its goal of $700,000 this year. North-
ern Sarasota County has a separate
organization with a much larger fund.
Charlotte County's United Way raised
more than $700,000 last year and gets
nearly that amount again through
county government for social services.
They all do good work. They fund
the 2-1-1 health and human service
help lines in Sarasota and Charlotte
counties. The United Way funds such
things as the after-school programs
for lower-income children at the
YMCA in Englewood and North Port,
a kids camp in North Port and a


preschool in Venice. All good.
For the most part, money comes in
through payroll deductions in larger
companies, but it doesn't have to be
that way. Small businesses can get in
on the act too, Brett said. They just
have to call and find out how to set it
up.
And then there are many communi-
ties of retirees that might find ways to
encourage participation. Bay Indies
provides one model. There are others.
Last year, residents of Heron Creek
in North Port held a walk-a-thon.
The $6,000 raised was split between
the Heron Creek foundation and the
United Way. That worked. You just
have to be a little creative and com-
mitted to helping others in your wider
community.
"It's a choice," Brett said. "If the
village comes together and supports
something like this, it will make a
huge difference."
It's a great idea. And, again, all it
takes is one champion.


'STEM' is our future


CANDACE
MILLINGTON
GUEST COLUMNIST

As the former principal of
Venice High School, I, along with
my students and staff, always
enjoyed a close relationship with
Gulf Coast Community Founda-
tion. The foundation's Strategic
Grantmaking in Education
projects provided necessary
resources for innovations such
as the ninth-grade Cornerstone
Academy, which became the
building block for our high
school reform and is still being
replicated throughout the state.
Today, I am proud to say the
work continues: Gulf Coast, in
partnership with Sarasota and
Charlotte counties, is leading
a larger and focused science,
technology, engineering and
math (STEM) effort in our local
middle and high schools.
According to the 2010 study
Closing the Talent Gap, in the
next five years our state will
need 100,000 more science and
technology professionals than
we are on track to produce.
Designed to address local as well
as state and national needs, the
STEM partnership is a dynamic
initiative that fosters collabora-
tion among school and county
personnel, community partners
and resources to ensure that our
students are college-ready for
programs in science, technology
and mathematics.
Two primary goals are to
accelerate teacher prepared-
ness and enhance STEM
opportunities for students.
New technologies are chang-
ing the way students learn and
how teachers teach. This year,
for example, more than 2,200
students at Venice, North Port,
and Lemon Bay high schools
and L.A. Ainger Middle School
are using Texas Instruments
TI-Nspire scientific calcula-
tors, which allow teachers to
navigate wirelessly and monitor
each student's work, thanks to
the STEM initiative.
As the school-district liaison
for this initiative, I see these
students actively engaged with
this technology, even prior to
the start of class. Ninth-graders
tell me that this tool is "high
tech" and "cool" "my dad
loves it." A seventh-grader said
it is a "mini computer, and I get
all my documents on it."
Perhaps the most memo-
rable comment came from a
girl in the back of an Algebra I
classroom, when the teacher
was reteaching based on errors


identified by the technology
and asking another student if
he wanted to know why he got
it wrong. The girl's small, barely
audible voice said, "I want to
know." Putting an authentic
instrument in the hands of all
children brings equity, acceler-
ates learning, bridges the digital
divide and nurtures dreams.
Moreover, our Sarasota
middle schools are poised to
open the Classroom of Tomor-
row for their science students.
These futuristic models feature
specially designed tables with
touch-screen computers and
scientific probes.
A new STEM Engineering
Academy developed by MIT,
Purdue University and others
opened this fall at North Port
High School and boasts an
enrollment of 75 freshmen and
sophomores. Additional career
technical education academies
in medicine, engineering and
aquaculture are planned for the
new Lemon Bay High School.
STEM is fun, too. I have found
the student enrichment oppor-
tunities particularly inspiring,
exciting and motivating for both
teachers and students: STEM
clubs, mentors, internships and
summer camps. Last summer,
more than 250 students learned
about the "Heart of Medicine"
with EKGs and completed CPR
certifications; learned about
forensics in the CSI unit; and
learned about mosquitoes,
bridge building, wildlife, elec-
tricity and much more.
Of course, our many com-
munity business partners are
vital for providing these real-life
experiences. One middle school
student told me that she had
wanted to be a fashion designer
but now thought she would be
an engineer. Another told me
that "STEM is the future."
Would this have happened
without the Gulf Coast Com-
munity Foundation partner-
ship? From my experience, I
think not. Not on this large
scale for all students, not in col-
laboration with another county
and not without the support of
extended resources and com-
munity partners.
As I visit other school districts
throughout the state, I am
thankful that our Gulf Coast
community believes in our
teachers, our young people and
a better tomorrow. When I think
of education for our next genera-
tion, I hear the words "I want to
know" and "STEM is our future."

Candace Millington is the
former principal of Venice High
School.


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It's Dems. To whichever
reader who wrote "Vote them
out," you are so misguided.
The Democrats took $500 bil-
lion out of Medicare and you
accuse the Republicans of
heartlessly stripping us of
Medicare. That's so wrong. You
also speak about unnecessary
wars. Those wars were both
necessary to defend our coun-
try against terrorists. You also
speak about deregulation of
the banks in Wall Street. It was
the Democrats who brought in
the Community Reinvestment
Act, which caused the hous-
ing collapse, which caused the
economic problems we're hav-
ing today. The problem is the
Democrats. That's who need
to be voted out, and we will
vote more Democrats out this
November.
Eighty percent. I have
two comments. One is reli-
gious articles on govern-
ment property. Government
property? People's property.
Christmas was a religious
holiday for hundreds and
hundreds and hundreds of
years before Santa Claus. It
was a religious holiday; and
therefore, religious displays
are OK. Congress shall make
no law restricting the rights
of the religious, practice and
that. That time of the year,
but not all year, religious
displays should be allowed.
The rest of the year, the athe-
ist, the pagan, all that, have
no religious things to look
at. But because Christmas is
a religious holiday, first and
foremost, religious things
should be allowed. And to not
allow them is a slap in the face
to the 80 percent who believe
in God. Are we ruled by the
minority? If you look at the
founders, most of them were
religious. They made laws
that everybody had freedom
of religion. But now those


Let 'em


Have It
people who choose not to be
religious want to force their
will on us who are religious
and who believe in God and
Jesus Christ. Also, leave the
bypass alone. We cannot fix
every bottleneck without cost-
ing thousands of dollars and
disrupting a lot of businesses.
So, people coming through
the bypass just take a little
more time. Be patient. We
can't fix everything. We could
use a nice, wide sidewalk on
both sides of the road.
Be nice. This is in response
to the caller who said the
emergency room at Venice
Regional Medical Center
was the worst place to go. I
recently had one of the best
experiences that I have ever
had in an emergency room
there. The staff is highly
skilled and very pleasant.
I also noticed that some of
the other patients that were
there were extremely rude to
the staff. There were people
there that were upset that
they weren't getting the drugs
that they wanted. I think this


is probably what the person
who called was all about. If
you're rude to people, they're
going to be rude back to you,
and that's what I saw while I
was there. The staff was very
knowledgeable, very kind and
very thoughtful with patients
who were nice to them. They
are there for emergency situ-
ations; use it for that. Don't
use it for other things. Don't
be rude while you're there and
you'll have a good experience
as I did, and my family has
always had there. I'll continue
to use the Venice Regional
Medical Center's emergency
room. It's a wonderful place
and we need it.
No. 1. Please study American
history. Since the ratification of
the Constitution in 1788, it has
been modified by amendment
a total of 26 times. The first
10 amendments adopted by
the First Congress in 1791 are
popularly known as the Bill of
Rights. Amendment 1: Reli-
gious and political freedom,
1791: "Congress shall make no
law respecting an establish-
ment of religion or prohibit-
ing the free exercise thereof;
or abridging the freedom of
speech or of the press or of the
right of the people to peace-
ably assemble and to petition
the government for a redress of
grievances."
Not enough. Seven dol-
lars and 67 cents are you
kidding me? That's what I was
making in downtown Venice
10 years ago and I worked on
the job there 11 years. Maybe
you want to work for $7.67
an hour, but I don't. What an
insult to people here in Flor-
ida. I love Florida, but Florida
must treat employees right. By
April, 80 percent of working
people will be fired, just like
that. It's a right-to-work state,
don't you know? Whatever that
means.





WEEKEND EDITION JANUARY 7, 2012


It takes a mentoring community


Long-standing studies
show long-term, one-to-
one, staff-supported vol-
unteer mentoring works.
As we mark National
Mentoring Month this
January, Big Brothers Big
Sisters of the Sun Coast
is honoring all who make


up their successful com-
munity parents, volun-
teers, staffers and donors
who work together to
make a mentoring match
strong, enduring and
successful.
Behind every success-
ful mentoring match is a
team of selfless, dedi-
cated believers. Of course
there's the volunteer who
makes time in his sched-
ule to commit to letting
a child know how special
he is. But there's also the
parent or guardian, most
often a single mom or
grandmother who cou-
rageously seeks support


to give her child every
opportunity to succeed.
Then there's the staff
person, a professional
who uses facts from
interviews, references,
experience and intuition
to match the right child
and family with the right
volunteer. And behind
every relationship are the
donors, whose financial
resources make it pos-
sible for our mentors,
mentees and parents to
get the ongoing sup-
port, guidance and
resources that help them
establish and maintain
the kind of dialogue,


communication and
understanding that are
behind Big Brothers Big
Sisters' successful long-
term one-to-one mentor-
ing relationships.
This month, we honor
our volunteers for their
service. We thank our
parents and guard-
ians for their trust and
commitment to their
children. We pay tribute
to our staff, and we show
gratitude to our donors.
Big Brothers Big Sisters
of the Sun Coast serves
nearly 1,400 children
who are enrolled in our
programs in Sarasota,


Manatee, DeSoto, High-
lands, Hardee, Charlotte,
Lee, Collier, Hendry
and Glades counties.
They are youth who
because of our pro-
grams because of our
mentoring community
- are more likely than
their peers to beat the
odds. We hold ourselves
accountable for help-
ing children achieve in
school; avoid risky and
delinquent behaviors;
and have higher self
esteem and aspirations.
National Mentoring
Month is a time when
our office is at its busiest


due to increases in
inquiries from parents.
We also hear from lots
of potential volunteers.
But to provide the staff-
ing needed to carefully
match mentors with
mentees, we also need
to hear from donors.
Indeed, it takes a men-
toring community to
make a match a success-
ful one. Learn more at
www.bbbssun.org.

Gina Taylor is vice
president of communica-
tions and marketing for
Big Brothers Big Sisters of
the Sun Coast.


I LETTERS FROM OUR READERS


Problem? Let us know

Editor:
At Venice Regional
Medical Center we
monitor our commu-
nity's perception of our
services very closely. The
feedback we routinely
receive has been very
positive.
Having said that, we
encourage all feedback
so that we continue to
provide the highest qual-
ity of care. I would like
to ask the caller of the
recent comment about
Venice Regional Medi-
cal Center's emergency
room in Let'em Have
It to please contact us
regarding the problem
they had with their
experience.
We are an organiza-
tion that is constantly
striving to improve
our performance and
patient satisfaction,
and if there is ever
an issue regarding a
patient's experience in
our emergency room
or any other area of
our hospital, I per-
sonally want to hear
about it so that the
issue may be resolved
immediately.

Pete Wozniak
Chief Executive Officer
Venice Regional
Medical Center

Community center
could be more
Editor:
About your article
on The Friends of the
Venice Community
Center disbanding and
giving remaining funds
to other local charities:
Surely there was more
to the story than that.
I suggest you elaborate
for residents of Venice.
Supposedly Venice
owns the community
center and it is oper-
ated by the county.
Weren't the citizens of
Venice asked to pay
millions for its renova-
tion a few years ago?
Yet the relatively few
trade shows, flower
shows, etc., serve the
surrounding region.
When I came here 15
years ago, the commu-
nity center had three
meeting rooms. In the
1990s I arranged for
the now defunct local
AARP group to meet
there, but $50 for a few
hours in a small room
was pricey. I com-
plained to the county,
and sure enough prices
went up the next year.
So we switched to a
much nicer room in
the library for free.
We were told the
community center's
rates were competi-
tive. But isn't this a
taxpayer-supported
operation? I noted a
high vacancy rate at
the community center
then, and the vacancy
rate may be higher
now. I note the bridge
club moved out some
years ago.
The community cen-
ters I knew up north
sponsored all manner


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of trips and groups, not
just rented rooms. I've
been to Port Charlotte's
community center and
it seemed very active in
serving its community.
Doesn't Venice City
Council care? I noted


in the same Gondo-
lier edition that the
Toscana development
wants to increase from
the 1,700 units already
approved, so coun-
cil seems to be doing
its usual good job of


approving more hous-
ing for folks not here
yet. And in Ed Mar-
tin's column, he noted
council approved fund-
ing for a new $7.5 mil-
lion performing arts
center. May it not also
become an underused
boondoggle.

R.J. Windgassen
Venice

In praise of John
Editor:
It was such a plea-
sure to read Fran Valen-
cic's column praising
Mayor John Holic. So
many columns written
by former Mayor Ed
Martin are published
in your newspaper


that one would think
he is still the mayor.
I have a difficult time
figuring out whether
he's apologizing or


bragging.
Anyway, thanks, Fran.

Mary Kay Ruppel
Venice


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    WEEKEND EDITION JANUARY 7, 2012 SUN NEWSPAPERS 9A








    LEGAL NOTICES


    I NOTICE TO
    CREDITORS



    CHANNING EUSTIS, deceased, whose
    date of death was October 17, 2011,
    is pending in the Circuit Court for SARA-
    SOTA County, Florida, Probate Division,
    the address of which is 4000 South
    Tamiami Trail, Venice, Florida
    34293. The names and addresses of
    the personal representatives and the
    personal representative's attorney are
    set forth below.
    All creditors of the decedent and
    other persons having claims or demands
    against decedent's estate, on whom a
    copy of this notice is required to be
    served must file their claims with this
    Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
    MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
    FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
    OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
    SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
    ON THEM.
    All other creditors of the decedent
    and other persons having claims or
    demands against the decedent's estate
    must file their claims with this court
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
    DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
    THIS NOTICE.
    ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
    THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
    SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
    PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
    BARRED.
    NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
    PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
    CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
    MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
    OF DEATH IS BARRED.
    The date of first publication of this
    notice is January 7, 2012.
    Personal Representative:
    Elspeth E. Taylor
    28 Holworthy St
    Cambridge, MA 02138
    Attorney for Personal Representa-
    tives:
    Ann C. Thompson
    Florida Bar No. 040444
    152 Nokomis Avenue North
    Venice, Florida 34285
    Telephone: 941.484.1996
    Fax: 941.484.9917
    PUBLISH: January 7, 14, 2012
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    SARASOTA COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    IN RE: ESTATE OF
    HELEN L. FLATT
    Deceased.
    File No.
    2011-CP-004802-NC
    Division: Probate
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    The administration of the estate of
    HELEN L. FLATT,deceased, whose date
    of death was November 22, 2011, is
    pending in the Circuit Court for Sarasota
    County Florida, Probate Division, the
    address of which is P.O. Box 3079,
    Sarasota, FL 34230. The names and
    addresses of the personal representa-
    tives and the personal representative's
    attorney are set forth below.
    All creditors of the decedent and
    other persons having claims or demands
    against decedent's estate on whom a
    copy of this notice is required to be
    served must file their claims with this
    court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
    MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
    FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
    OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
    SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
    ON THEM.
    All other creditors of the decedent
    and other persons having claims or
    demands against decedent's estate must
    file their claims with this court WITHIN 3
    MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
    FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
    NOTICE.
    ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
    THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
    SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
    PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
    BARRED.
    NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
    PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
    CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
    MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
    OF DEATH IS BARRED.
    The date of first publication of this
    notice is January 7, 2012
    Personal Representative:
    DAVID C. FLATT
    4022 Green Pointe Ct
    Sarasota, FI 34233
    Attorneys for Personal
    Representative:
    ROGER 0. ISPHORDING, ESQUIRE
    BECHTOLD & CORBRIDGE, P.A.
    240 Nokomis Avenue South
    Suite 200
    Venice, FL 34285
    Telephone: (941) 488-7751
    Florida Bar No.0678880
    PUBLISH: January 7, 14, 2012
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR SARA-
    SOTA COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    IN RE: ESTATE OF
    ANDREW U. GROOP, JR.
    Deceased.

    File No. 2011-CP-4736-NC
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    The administration of the estate of
    ANDREW U. GROOP, JR., deceased,
    whose date of death was October 9,
    2011, is pending in the Circuit Court for
    Sarasota County, Florida, Probate Divi-
    sion, the address of which is Sarasota
    County Courthouse, P.O. Box 3079,
    Sarasota, FL 34230. The names and
    addresses of the personal representative
    and the personal representative's attor-
    ney are set forth below.
    All creditors of the decedent and
    other persons having claims or demands
    against decedent's estate on whom a
    copy of this notice is required to be
    served must file their claims with th is
    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


    I NOTICE TO
    I CREDITORS



    WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
    OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
    NOTICE.
    ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WITH-
    IN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
    SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
    PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
    BARRED.
    NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
    PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
    CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
    MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
    OF DEATH IS BARRED.
    The date offirst publication of this
    notice is December 31, 2011.

    Personal Representative:
    Andrew J. Britton
    401 Johnson Lane, Ste 102
    Venice, FL 34285

    Attorney for
    Personal Representative:
    Andrew J. Britton, Esq.
    Attorney for
    Andrew J. Britton
    Florida Bar No: 213500
    401 Johnson Lane, Ste 102
    Venice, FL 34285
    Telephone: (941) 408-8008
    Fax: (941) 408-0722
    E-Mail: brittonlaw@gmail.com
    PUBLISH: December 31,2011
    January 7, 2012

    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    SARASOTA COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    IN RE: ESTATE OF
    JOAN M. LEVERSON
    A/K/A
    JOAN MARIE LEVERSON
    Deceased.
    File No.
    2011-CP-004748-NC
    Division: Probate

    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    The administration of the estate of
    JOAN M. LEVERSON
    A/K/A JOAN MARIE
    LEVERSON,deceased, whose date of
    death was February 23, 2011, and
    whose social security XXX-XX-XXXX, is
    pending in the Circuit Court for Saraso-
    ta County Florida, Probate Division, the
    address of which is P.O. Box 3079,
    Sarasota, FL 34230. The names and
    addresses of the personal representa-
    tives and the personal representative's
    attorney are set forth below.
    All creditors of the decedent and
    other persons having claims or demands
    against decedent's estate on whom a
    copy of this notice is required to be
    served must file their claims with this
    court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
    MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
    FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
    OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
    SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
    ON THEM.
    All other creditors of the decedent
    and other persons having claims or
    demands against decedent's estate must
    file their claims with this court WITHIN 3
    MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
    FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
    NOTICE.
    ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
    THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
    SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
    PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
    BARRED.
    NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
    PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
    CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
    MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
    OF DEATH IS BARRED.
    The date of first publication of this
    notice is January 7, 2011
    Personal Representative:
    Maureen Riley DeFelice
    c/o 240 Nokomis Ave S
    Suite 200
    Venice, FL 34285
    Attorneys for Personal
    Representative:
    CLIFTON F. WHITE, ESQUIRE
    BECHTOLD & CORBRIDGE, P.A.
    240 Nokomis Avenue South
    Suite 200
    Venice, FL 34285
    Telephone: (941) 488-7751
    Florida Bar No.0281220
    PUBLISH:
    January 7, 14, 2012
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    SARASOTA COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION

    IN RE: ESTATE OF
    MELBOURNE B.
    MACFARLANE
    Deceased.
    File No. 2011CP 4912 SC
    Division:Probate
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS

    The administration of the estate of
    MELBOURNE B.
    MACFARLANE, deceased, whose date
    of death was December 14th, 2011,
    and whose social security number is xxx-
    xx-xxxx,is pending in the Circuit Court for
    Sarasota County, Florida, Probate Divi-
    sion, the address of which is PO Box
    3079 Sarasota, FL 34230.
    The names and addresses of the person-
    al representative and the personal repre-
    sentative's attorney are set forth below.
    All creditors of the decedent and other
    persons having claims or demands
    against decendent's estate on whom a
    copy of this notice is required to be
    served must file thier claims with this
    court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
    AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
    CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
    AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
    COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
    All other creditors of the decendent 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 PUBLI-
    CATION OF THE NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS
    NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
    SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
    THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE.
    ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO
    FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
    NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS
    SET FORTH, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)


    I NOTICE TO
    CREDITORS




    YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECE-
    DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
    The date of first publication of this
    Notice is January 7, 2012

    Personal Represntative:
    Robert J. DeBoer
    c/o Murray Kanetsky, Esq.
    P.O. Box 1767
    Venice, FL 34284-1767
    KANETSKY, MOORE &
    DeBOER, P.A., Attorneys at Law
    Attorneys for Personal Representatve:
    227 S. Nokomis Ave.
    P. 0. Box 1767
    Venice, FL 34284-1767
    Telephone: (941) 485-1571
    Florida Bar No. 041192
    Publish: January 7, 14, 2012


    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FOR
    SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION

    IN RE: Estate of
    VIRGINIA L. NEWSTRAND
    Deceased.

    File No: 2011-CP-4879-SC
    Division PR
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    The administration of the estate of
    VIRGINIA L. NEWSTRAND, deceased,
    whose date of death was February 17,
    2011, is pending in the Circuit Court for
    Sarasota County, Florida, Probate Divi-
    sion, the address of which is 4000
    South Tamiami Trail, Venice, FL
    34293. The names and addresses of the
    Personal Representative and the Personal
    Representative's attorney are set forth
    below.
    All creditors of the decedent and
    other persons having claims or demands
    against decedent's estate on whom a
    copy of this notice is required to be
    served, must file their claims with this
    Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
    MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
    FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
    OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
    SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
    ON THEM.
    All other creditors of the decedent
    and persons having claims or demands
    against the decedent's estate must file
    their claims with this Court WITHIN
    THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
    THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
    NOTICE.
    ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
    THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
    SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
    PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
    BARRED.
    NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
    PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
    CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
    MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
    OF DEATH IS BARRED.
    The date of first publication of this
    notice is January 7, 2012

    Personal Representative:
    WILLIAM F. BRITTON
    5020 Kingsley Rd
    North Port, FL 34287
    Attorney for Personal
    Representive:
    W. GRADY HUIE, ESQUIRE
    FL Bar No. 0192724
    143 East Miami Avenue
    Venice, FL 34285
    Telephone: (941) 488-8551
    Fax: (941) 488-5268
    E-Mail: ghuie@aol.com
    Publish: January 7, 14, 2012

    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FOR
    SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    IN RE: Estate of
    RICHARD A. NOWAKOWSKI
    Deceased.

    File No: 2011-CP-4745-SC
    Division PR
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    The administration of the estate of
    RICHARD A. NOWAKOWSKI,
    deceased, whose date of death was
    August 19, 2011, is pending in the Cir-
    cuit Court for Sarasota County, Florida,
    Probate Division, the address of which is
    4000 South Tamiami Trail, Venice, FL
    34293. The names and addresses of the
    Personal Representative and the Personal
    Representative's attorney are set forth
    below.
    All creditors of the decedent and
    other persons having claims or demands
    against decedent's estate on whom a
    copy of this notice is required to be
    served, must file their claims with this
    Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
    MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
    FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
    OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
    SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
    ON THEM.
    All other creditors of the decedent
    and persons having claims or demands
    against the decedent's estate must file
    their claims with this Court WITHIN
    THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
    THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
    NOTICE.
    ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
    THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
    SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
    PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
    BARRED.
    NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
    PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
    CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
    MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
    OF DEATH IS BARRED.
    The date of first publication of this
    notice is January 7, 2011

    Personal Representative:
    JAMES NOWAKOWSKI
    56 Ridgewood Rd
    Mystic, CT 06355
    Attorney for Personal
    Representive:
    W. GRADY HUIE, ESQUIRE
    FL Bar No. 0192724
    143 East Miami Avenue
    Venice, FL 34285
    Telephone: (941) 488-8551
    Fax: (941) 488-5268
    E-Mail: ghule@aol.com
    Publish: January 7, 14, 2012


    I NOTICE TO
    I CREDITORS



    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR SARA-
    SOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION

    IN RE: ESTATE OF
    Robert L. Pauly,
    Deceased.
    File No: 2011-CP-004813-NC
    Division: Probate
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    The administration of the estate of
    Robert L. Pauly. deceased, whose date
    of death was October 22. 2011 is pend-
    ing in the Circuit Court for Sarasota
    County, Florida, Probate Division, the
    address of which is: Post Office Box
    3079. Sarasota. FL 34230-3079. The
    names and addresses of the personal
    representative 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 DATE OF THE
    FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
    OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
    SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
    ON THEM.
    All other creditors of the decedent
    and 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 SO FILED WITH-
    IN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
    SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
    PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
    BARRED.
    NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
    PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
    CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
    MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
    OF DEATH IS BARRED.
    The date of the first publication of
    this notice is January 7, 2012
    Personal Representative:
    Joseph R. Pauly
    c/o Michael D. Horlick, P.A.
    1314 E Venice Ave Suite D
    Venice, FL 34285
    Attorney for Personal
    Representative:
    MICHAEL D. HORLICK
    Florida Bar Number: 292583
    Michael D. Horlick, P. A.
    1314 E. Venice Ave, Suite D
    Venice, Florida 34285
    (941) 484-5656
    PUBLISH: January 7, 14, 2012




    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    SARASOTA COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    IN RE: ESTATE OF
    ELAYNE BERNSTEIN SCHWARTZ
    Deceased.

    File No. 2011CP 4508 SC
    Division:
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS

    The administration of the estate of
    ELAYNE BERNSTEIN SCHWARTZ,
    deceased, whose date of death was
    October 4th, 2011, and whose social
    security number is xxx-xx-xxxx,is pending
    in the Circuit Court for Sarasota Coun-
    ty, Florida, Probate Division, the address
    of which is PO Box 3079 Sarasota,
    FL 34230.
    The names and addresses of the person-
    al representative and the personal repre-
    sentative's attorney are set forth below.
    All creditors of the decedent and other
    persons having claims or demands
    against decendent's estate on whom a
    copy of this notice is required to be
    served must file thier claims with this
    court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
    AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
    CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
    AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
    COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
    All other creditors of the decendent 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 PUBLI-
    CATION OF THE NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS
    NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
    SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
    THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE.
    ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO
    FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
    NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS
    SET FORTH, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
    YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECE-
    DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
    The date of first publication of this
    Notice is December 10, 2011

    Personal Represntative:
    Sol L. Schwartz
    c/o Murray Kanetsky, Esq.
    P.O. Box 1767
    Venice, FL 34284-1767

    KANETSKY, MOORE &
    DeBOER, P.A., Attorneys at Law
    Attorneys for Personal Representati/e:
    227 S. Nokomis Ave.
    P. 0. Box 1767
    Venice, FL 34284-1767
    Telephone: (941) 485-1571
    Florida Bar No. 041192
    Publish: December 10, 17, 2011
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FOR
    SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION

    IN RE: Estate of
    GLADYS M. SHEDIVY
    Deceased.

    File No: 2011-CP-4860-SC
    Division PR
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    The administration of the estate of
    GLADYS M. SHEDIVY, deceased,
    whose date of death was November 25,
    2011, is pending in the Circuit Court for
    Sarasota County, Florida, Probate Divi-
    sion, the address of which is 4000
    South Tamiami Trail, Venice, FL
    34293. The names and addresses of the
    Personal Representative and the Personal
    Representative's attorney are set forth
    below.


    CREDITORS



    All creditors of the decedent and
    other persons having claims or demands
    against decedent's estate on whom a
    copy of this notice is required to be
    served, must file their claims with this
    Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
    MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
    FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
    OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
    SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
    ON THEM.
    All other creditors of the decedent
    and persons having claims or demands
    against the decedent's estate must file
    their claims with this Court WITHIN
    THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
    THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
    NOTICE.
    ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
    THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
    SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
    PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
    BARRED.
    NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
    PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
    CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
    MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
    OF DEATH IS BARRED.
    The date of first publication of this
    notice is January 7, 2012
    Personal Representative:
    ROSS RILEY
    1007 Grouse Way
    Venice, FL 34285
    Attorney for Personal
    Representive:
    W. GRADY HUIE, ESQUIRE
    FL Bar No. 0192724
    143 East Miami Avenue
    Venice, FL 34285
    Telephone: (941) 488-8551
    Fax: (941) 488-5268
    E-Mail: ghuie@aol.com
    Publish: January 7, 14, 2012
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR SARA-
    SOTA COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    IN RE: ESTATE OF
    VIOLA LARSON SWANSON
    a/k/a
    VIOLA L. SWANSON
    Deceased.
    File No 2011-CP-004522-SC
    Division: Probate
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    The administration of the estate of
    VIOLA LARSON SWANSON a/k/a
    VIOLA L. SWANSON, deceased, whose
    date of death was August 9. 2011. is
    pending in the Circuit Court for Sarasota
    County, Florida, Probate Division, the
    address of which is P.O. Box 3079,
    Sarasota. FL 34230-3079. The
    names and addresses of the personal
    representative 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 th is
    court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
    MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
    FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
    OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
    SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
    ON THEM.
    All other creditors of the decedent
    and other persons having claims or
    demands against decedent's estate must
    file their claims with this court WITHIN 3
    MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
    FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
    NOTICE.
    ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
    THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
    SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
    PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
    BARRED.
    NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
    PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
    CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
    MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
    OF DEATH IS BARRED.
    The date of first publication of this
    notice is January 7, 2012

    Personal Representative:
    Virginia E. Stewart
    c/o 213 Harbor Drive North
    Venice, FL 34285
    Attorney for Personal
    Representative:
    Donna-Lee M. Roden
    Florida Bar No. 771790
    213 Harbor Drive North
    Venice, FL 34285
    Telephone: (941) 486-8555
    PUBLISH: January 7, 14, 2012
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    SARASOTA COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    IN RE: ESTATE OF
    MARGARET A. WILBURN
    Deceased.

    File No. 2011-CP-004520-NC

    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    The administration of the estate of
    MARGARET A. WILBURN, deceased,
    whose date of death was October 11,
    2011 is pending in the Circuit Court for
    Sarasota County, Florida, Probate Divi-
    sion, File Number 2011-CP-004520-NC
    the address of which is P.O. BOX 3079,
    Sarasota, Florida 34230. The names
    and addresses of the personal represen-
    tative and the personal representative's
    attorney are set forth below.
    All creditors of the decedent and
    other persons having claims or demands
    against decedent's estate on whom a
    copy of this notice is required to be
    served must file their claims with this
    court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
    (3) MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
    THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
    NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER
    THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
    OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
    All other creditors of the decedent
    and other persons having claims or
    demands against the decedent's estate
    must file their claims with this court
    WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
    THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
    TION OF THIS NOTICE.
    ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
    WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
    FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
    FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE


    CREDITORS



    FOREVER BARRED.
    NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
    PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
    CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
    MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
    OF DEATH IS BARRED.
    The date of first publication of this
    notice is January 7, 2012.
    Personal Representative:
    Gwin P. Wilburn
    2015 29th Ave W.
    Bradenton, FL 34205
    Attorney for Personal
    Representatives:
    Adam R. Miller, Esquire
    Florida Bar No: 0903841
    218 Harbor Drive South
    Venice, Florida 34285
    Telephone: (941) 488-9641
    PUBLISH: January 7, 14, 2012

    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    SARASOTA COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION

    IN RE: ESTATE OF
    SHIRLEY LOUISE WILLIS
    Deceased.
    File No. 2011-CP-004840-NC

    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    The administration of the estate of
    SHIRLEY LOUISE WILLIS, deceased,
    whose date of death was December 6,
    2011 is pending in the Circuit Court for
    Sarasota County, Florida, Probate Divi-
    sion, File Number 2011-CP-004840-NC
    the address of which is P.O. BOX 3079,
    Sarasota, Florida 34230. The names
    and addresses of the personal represen-
    tative and the personal representative's
    attorney are set forth below.
    All creditors of the decedent and
    other persons having claims or demands
    against decedent's estate on whom a
    copy of this notice is required to be
    served must file their claims with this
    court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
    (3) MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
    THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
    NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER
    THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
    OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
    All other creditors of the decedent
    and other persons having claims or
    demands against the decedent's estate
    must file their claims with this court
    WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
    THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
    TION OF THIS NOTICE.
    ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
    WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
    FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
    FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
    FOREVER BARRED.
    NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
    PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
    CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
    MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
    OF DEATH IS BARRED.
    The date of first publication of this
    notice is January 7, 2012
    Personal Representatives:
    Jerry Dwaine Willis
    378 Gulf Breeze Blvd.
    Venice, FL 34293
    Daniel Eugene Willis
    378 Gulf Breeze Blvd.
    Venice, FL 34293
    Attorney for Personal
    Representatives:
    Adam R. Miller, Esquire
    Florida Bar No: 0903841
    218 Harbor Drive South
    Venice, Florida 34285
    Telephone: (941) 488-9641
    PUBLISH: January 7, 14, 2012
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR
    SARASOTA COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    IN RE: ESTATE OF
    ROBERT L. ZABEL
    Deceased.
    Case No.
    2011-CP-003651NC
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    The administration of the estate of
    ROBERT L. ZABEL, deceased, whose
    date of death was May 1, 2011,File
    No.2011-CP-003651NC is pending in the
    Circuit Court for Sarasota County Florida,
    Probate Division, the address of which is
    2000 Main St, Sarasota, FL 34237-
    6022. The names and addresses of the
    personal representatives and the person-
    al representative's attorney are set forth
    below.
    All creditors of the decedent and
    other persons having claims or demands
    against decedent's estate on whom a
    copy of this notice is required to be
    served must file their claims with this
    court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
    MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
    FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
    OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
    SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
    ON THEM.
    All other creditors of the decedent
    and other persons having claims or
    demands against decedent's estate must
    file their claims with this court WITHIN 3
    MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
    FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
    NOTICE.
    ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
    THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
    SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
    PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
    BARRED.
    NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
    PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
    CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
    MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
    OF DEATH IS BARRED.
    The date of first publication of this
    notice is December 31, 2011
    Personal Representative:
    ROBERT L. ZABEL, JR.
    c/o Ann-Eliza M. Taylor, Esq
    320 W. Kennedy Blvd,
    Ste 520
    Tampa, Fl 33606

    Attorneys for Personal
    Representative:
    ANN-ELIZA M. TAYLOR, ESQUIRE
    320 W. Kennedy Blvd,
    Ste 520
    Tampa, FI 33606
    PUBLISH:
    December 31,2011
    January 7, 2012


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    WEEKEND EDITION SPORTS
    JANUARY 7, 2012


    CONTACT US
    PERRY D. PENTZ
    SPORTS EDITOR
    941-207-1107
    ppentz@venicegondolier.com
    SUN NEWSPAPERS


    SPORTS SHORTS

    FOOTBALL
    FIVE VHS PLAYERS PICKED
    FOR PAL BOWL: Five Venice High
    football players were named to
    the Sarasota County All-Stars for
    the Brad Price Memorial PAL Bowl,
    which was played Friday at Booker
    High in Sarasota.
    The game pits Sarasota County
    All-Stars against Manatee County
    All-Stars.
    The Indian seniors chosen are
    cornerback Michael lorio, linebackers
    Jack Jeskey and Conner Jones and
    linemen Michael Friend and Garrett
    Johnson.

    GIRLS SOCCER
    VENICE ENDS DISTRICT PLAY
    WITH WIN: Senior Brittney Reed
    scored all four goals as Venice
    closed out its district with a 4-1
    victory over Manatee Friday night at
    Hawkins Stadium.
    The win runs the Lady Indians'
    unbeaten streak to 12 straight
    matches and gives them a 13-2-2
    overall record, 10-0-2 in the district.
    Reed leads Venice with 13 goals.
    Venice closes out the regular
    season with a nondistrict match at
    Riverview High in Sarasota Tuesday.

    VENICE GRABS TOP SEED IN
    DISTRICT: Venice locked up the
    top seed in the upcoming Class
    4A-District 11 tournament with a
    3-0 win over Sarasota on Senior
    Night Wednesday at Venice's Powell-
    Davis Stadium.
    Before the match, the seven
    seniors Tory Mogford, Kyrstin
    Pomante, Catie Vare, Kelly White,
    Brittney Reed, Maggie Daut and
    Thalia Meza were recognized.
    Junior Hannah Clarke scored two
    goals for the Lady Indians (12-2-2
    overall, 9-0-2), while White added
    a goal.

    BOYS SOCCER
    VENICE FALLS TO MANATEE:
    Venice dropped its Senior Night
    game to Manatee, 3-1, Friday night
    at Powell-Davis Stadium.
    Scoring for the Indians (4-8-2
    overall, 2-7-2 district) was senior
    Matt McGuire off an assist from
    senior Alex Merrill.
    Other Venice seniors are Kevin
    Dorsett, Tyler Incrocci, Max Smetts,
    Mason Johnson, DJ Hansen, Andrew
    Chlebina, Matias Lambrecht, Justin
    Smith, Joey Frantz, Mike Daniluk
    and Nassim Bouhamid.
    Venice plays at Charlotte Tuesday
    in its final regular season district
    match.

    VENICE DOWNS SARASOTA:
    Venice opened the new year by
    breaking a four-match losing streak
    with a 2-1 victory over Sarasota
    Wednesday in a Class 4A-District 11
    match at Sarasota High.
    The Indians, who lost to the
    Sailors 4-2 earlier in the season, got
    goals from Alex Merrill and Jason
    McGuire off assists from DJ Hansen.
    Venice's record is 4-7-2 overall
    and 2-6-2 in the district.

    GIRLS BASKETBALL
    VENICE TOPS CHARLOTTE:
    Venice rode hot shooting in the first
    quarter to a 41-32 victory Friday
    against Charlotte, its third over the
    Tarpons this season.
    The Indians pushed their lead
    to as many as 19 points during the
    Class 7A-District 11 contest, and
    were led by senior center Laura
    Hackett's 16 points and 13 rebounds.
    Venice's record is now 6-8 overall
    and 4-2 in the district. The Indians
    host Sarasota on Tuesday in another
    district game.
    VENICE 41, CHARLOTTE 32
    Venice 14 12 9 6 -41
    Charlotte 5 8 9 10 32
    VENICE (41)
    Laura Hackett 16, Shipps 9, Flynn 7, Ko.
    Reamm 6, Hamewinkle 3. Team totals:
    15(4)7-1541.
    CHARLOTTE (32)
    Naidy Perez 10, Boley 9,Wills 9, Burton 4.
    Teamtotals: 11 (2) 8-13 32.


    SPORTS BRIEFS


    BOYS BASKETBALL CLASS 7A-DISTRICT 11




    Venice splits two in district


    By PERRY D. PENTZ
    SPORTS EDITOR

    Charlotte coach Tom Masso-
    lio reiterated that his team can
    shoot.
    The Tarpons showed it on
    Friday night as they sank 10
    3-pointers en route to a 65-42
    win over Venice in a Class
    7A-District 11 game at Venice
    High.
    The Tarpons shot 59 percent
    (24 of 41) from the field and 53
    percent (10 of 19) from 3-point
    range.
    In contrast, Venice struggled
    from the field as the Indians
    only shot 23 percent (12 of 53)
    from the field and 16 percent (4
    of 25) from behind the arc.
    "Some nights it's not going to
    fall like that but tonight was one
    of those nights," said Massolio.
    "I can't remember the last time
    we came and played like that in
    here. We've played well here but
    not to that extreme. That first
    half was just phenomenal."
    "Charlotte has a good team
    and we knew they could shoot
    it," said Venice coach James
    Slaton. "They came out on fire.
    We didn't help ourselves because
    we were taking some pretty bad
    shots. One pass and we weren't
    making them and they were
    coming down and making them
    on the other end. It just snow-
    balled on us."
    Charlotte came out on fire
    as the Tarpons jumped out to
    a 15-0 lead in less than four
    minutes.
    Junior Jimmy Stewart, senior
    Ryan Bailey and junior Tyliek
    Sylver combined for all 15
    points. Charlotte drained three
    consecutive 3-pointers, includ-
    ing two in a row by Stewart, to
    put the Tarpons on top by 15
    points with 4:19 left in the first
    quarter.
    Venice didn't score until senior
    Zach Flerlage made a layup with
    2:05 remaining in the quarter.
    Charlotte had a 17-7 lead after
    one quarter.
    The scoring onslaught con-
    tinued for Charlotte (9-6 over-
    all, 2-2 district) in the second
    quarter. The Tarpons scored 11
    straight points in a span of 2:12
    with three 3-pointers and eight
    points from Bailey for a 28-7
    cushion.
    Charlotte hit seven 3-pointers
    in the first half and outscored
    Venice 18-7 in the second


    - --V


    Venice's Zach Flerlage goes in for a layup against Port Charlotte's Nicksen Blanc (44) and Harrison Raines (40) during the
    first half of their Class 7A-District 11 game Wednesday at Venice High. Flerlage led Venice with 17 points in the Indians'
    62-43 victory.


    quarter to take a 35-14 lead into
    the locker room.
    "We really came back and
    had a short but good practice
    yesterday and worked on some
    transition stuff and it showed
    dividends, especially in the first
    half," said Massolio. "We pushed
    the ball. That is going to be us.
    We attack the basket and we
    have some guys that can shoot
    it. We are getting better."
    Venice's scoring was nearly all
    Flerlage, who had a game-high
    27 points. No other Venice player
    had more than five points.
    In the first half, Flerlage
    scored 12 of Venice's 14 points.
    Charlotte stayed in a zone
    defense most of the first half and
    wanted Venice to shoot from the
    outside.
    "When a team is in a zone
    and you are not making shots,
    it makes it really tough," said
    Slaton.
    The second half was better
    for the Indians (6-7 overall, 2-2


    district) but Charlotte used a
    12-0 scoring run in less than two
    minutes midway through the
    third quarter to take a 50-20 lead
    with 2:22 on the clock.
    Flerlage scored nine of the 16
    points including 7 of 7 from the
    foul line. In total, he connected
    on 13 straight foul shots before
    missing his final two late in
    fourth quarter.
    "I thought second half we
    started giving a better effort but
    they kept making shots," said
    Slaton. "Anytime as a basketball
    team you are making shots,
    everything else is easy. We just
    have to get to the point where
    we don't just settle with going
    through the motions. I thought
    at times we just went through
    the motions."
    Bailey led Charlotte with 13
    points, while Sylver and Chrys-
    topher Emile had 11 points
    each.

    DISTRICT 111


    Venice's Zach Flerlage shoots over
    Charlotte's Jeffrey Vargo in the second
    quarter of their Class 7A-District 11
    game Friday at Venice High. Flerlage
    led the Indians with 27 points in their
    65-42 loss.


    By DAWN KLEMISH
    SPORTS WRITER

    When rivals Port Char-
    lotte High School and
    Venice clashed Wednes-
    day night, both teams
    boasted game-changers
    who are headed to play
    ball at Florida Southern
    College next year.
    What the Pirates had
    that the Indians didn't,
    however, was balanced
    scoring behind their star,
    and it showed during Port
    Charlotte's 65-41 victory
    at Port Charlotte High.
    "We played great team
    basketball tonight," Lady
    Pirates assistant coach
    Melissa Evans said.


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    Lake Venice Golf Club will host the
    Rally for the Cure golf tournament
    Jan. 25.
    Rally for the Cure is a program that
    works to spread awareness about breast
    health and breast cancer in support of
    Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
    The tournament is open to all women
    golfers regardless of club affiliation or
    handicap.


    Caitlin Lindsey paced
    Port Charlotte's attack
    with 22 points, sister
    Taylor Lindsey added 14
    and teammates Courtney
    Robertson and Briena
    Simms chipped in 12 and
    nine, respectively.
    Venice had a bead on
    Caitlin Lindsey early but
    never quite managed
    to slow the senior point
    guard behind the 3-point
    line, where she hit five
    shots to ensure the Lady
    Pirates held a comfort-
    able lead throughout the
    contest.
    "We know Lindsey can
    do what she can do, she's
    a great player," Indians
    coach John Flynn said.


    Entry fee is $38 for LVGC members
    and $43 for nonmembers, of which a
    $20 donation goes to Rally for the Cure.
    It also includes 18 holes of golf, golf cart
    and buffet lunch.
    Sign in is at 7 a.m. with coffee and
    baked goods; golf begins at 8 a.m.
    with a shotgun start for the step-aside
    scramble event.
    Longest drive, straightest drive, closest
    to the line, shortest drive and putting

    BRIEFS 111


    "We had a good game
    plan coming in we
    watched tape on them,
    we saw everything, I don't
    know what else we can do.
    We can control that stuff
    as best we can, but in the
    end, we have to execute."
    Venice countered with
    forward Laura Hackett,
    who led all scorers with
    27 points and added 19
    rebounds. The 6-foot-1
    senior scored at will from
    under the hoop and
    often grabbed offensive
    boards to give her team-
    mates second and third
    chances. But the Indians
    managed little offense
    behind Hackett, with
    Brooke Shipps' six points


    the next highest total.
    Port Charlotte took a
    3-2 lead early in the first
    quarter and didn't trail
    again, leading by as many
    as 24 along the way.
    Venice's young squad
    fought back in the second
    and third quarters, twice
    riding Hackett's hot hand
    to pull to within seven
    points before being
    overwhelmed by the Lady
    Pirates' balanced scoring
    attack.
    "Laura just gives you
    everything every night
    on the floor," Flynn said.
    "The trouble is, we're so
    young we can't give her
    the help. We've got fresh-
    men and sophomores


    out there. It's frustrating,
    because we're so close.
    It's just growing pains for
    us right now, and we'll
    keep going and gut it out."
    Hackett scored 16 of
    Venice's 19 second-half
    points.
    Caitlin Lindsey and
    Hackett will be team-
    mates for the Division II
    Moccasins next year.
    Port Charlotte 65, Venice 41
    Venice 9 13 13 6 -41
    Port Charlotte 17 14 14 20-65
    VENICE (41)
    Laura Hackett 27, Shipps 6, Ward 3, Rev-
    els 2, Flynn 2, Ko. Ream 1.Totals: 17 (1) 6-8
    41.
    PORT CHARLOTTE (65)
    Caitlin Lindsey 22, Taylor Lindsey 14,
    Courtney Robertson 12, Simms 9, Toth 6,
    Hevia 2.Totals:21 (7) 16-22 65.
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    Saturday
    WRE Venice in Southeast Duals
    (at Southeast High, Bradenton),
    V9a.m.
    WRE Venice in Venice JV Duals
    (at Venice High), JV 9:30 a.m.


    Sunday
    No events scheduled
    Monday
    No events scheduled


    Tuesday
    BKG Sarasota at Venice,
    JV 5:30, V 7 p.m.
    BSOC -Venice at Charlotte,
    JV5, V7p.m.
    GSOC- Venice at Riverview,
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    GIRLS BASKETBALL CLASS 7A-DISTRICT 11



    Venice falls to Port Charlotte





    :WEEKEND EDITION JANUARY 7, 2012


    DISTRICT

    FROM PAGE 10

    For each team, this
    game was in contrast
    to Wednesday's district
    games.
    Charlotte suffered a
    heartbreaking last-second
    42-41 loss to Braden River
    while Venice was coming
    off a 19-point victory over
    Port Charlotte.
    "They've had that hurt
    feeling," said Massolio.
    "You want your teams
    to react that way after a
    hard, hard loss."
    "It's disappointing since
    we just played so well on
    Wednesday," said Slaton.
    "A big district game on a
    Friday night, you have be
    ready to play."
    Charlotte plays at Port
    Charlotte in another dis-
    trict game Tuesday while
    Venice plays at Sarasota
    Wednesday in a district
    game.
    Charlotte 65, Venice 42
    CHARLOTTE (65)
    Sylver 43-3 11, Stewart 3 1-2 9, Bailey
    5 0-1 13, Howard 20-0 5, Williams 1 0-0 2,
    Ivankovic 1 2-2 5, Emile 4 0-0 11, Vargo 1
    0-0 2, Bokon21-2 5,Johnson10-02.Totals
    247-1065.
    VENICE (42)
    Marksbury 2 0-0 5, Poniatowski 0 0-0 0,
    Flerlage 6 13-15 27, Hann 0 0-0 0, Fusco 0
    0-0 0, Martin 1 0-2 3, McCumber 0 1-2 1,
    Gourley0 0-00, Carroll 00-00, Hanewinck-
    el 0 0-0 0, Voigt 1 0-0 2, Renouf 1 0-0 2,
    Keyso 0 0-0 0, Cruz-Klein 0 0-0 0, Curtner
    10-22.Totals1214-21 42.

    Charlotte 17 18 22 8 65
    Venice 7 7 16 12 42
    3-point goals: Stewart 2, Bailey 3, How-
    ard, Ivankovic, Emile3, Marksbury, Flerlage
    2, Martin. Total fouls: Charlotte 15, Venice
    12. Records:Charlotte 9-6,2-2; Venice 6-7,
    2-2.

    Venice 62,
    Port Charlotte 43
    Venice's David Voigt
    never got to experience a
    victory over Port Char-
    lotte at the varsity level.
    That changed Wednes-
    day as the senior center
    had his best-ever game
    with a double-double in
    the Indians' 62-43 victory
    over the Pirates in a Class
    7A-District 11 game at
    Venice High.
    The 6-foot-3 Voigt
    scored all 13 of his points
    in the second half and
    hauled in 13 rebounds as
    Venice used a big second
    half to beat the Pirates.
    "I would say so," said
    Voigt, asked if it was his
    best-ever game, adding,
    "It's not really about me
    it's about the team. I con-
    tribute to everyone else.
    It's such a good feeling
    because I haven't beat
    them before in my high
    school career so it's really
    nice to beat them by that
    much tonight."
    "David played the
    game of his career," said



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    Venice's Devin Cruz-Klein (33) tries to block a shot by Charlotte's
    Tyliek Sylver in the first half of their Class 7A-District 11 game
    Friday night at Venice High.


    Venice coach James
    Slaton. "That is what
    David can do because
    everything he's got was
    because of effort, hustle
    and athleticism. The kid
    he was guarding was 3 to
    4 inches taller and 20-30
    pounds heavier but he
    just battles. I thought he
    outplayed the big kid."
    The Port Charlotte
    player is 6-foot-5 cen-
    ter Nicksen Blanc, who
    ended with 12 points and
    14 rebounds.
    However, only four of
    his points came in the
    second half- all in the
    third quarter.
    "I thought we won the
    battle on the boards,
    especially negating their
    big kid," said Slaton. "He
    got a few putbacks in the
    first half but in the sec-
    ond half, I think David
    Voigt did a phenomenal
    job of keeping him off
    the glass."
    The win snapped a
    three-game losing streak
    against Port Charlotte,
    which swept the Indians
    in three games last year
    and ended the Indians'
    season in the district
    semifinal.
    Voigt was shut down
    in the scoring column in
    the first half but senior
    Zach Flerlage made up
    for it as the guard scored
    14 of his game-high 17
    points, including nine in
    the second quarter.
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    Chris Hann combined for


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    nine of Venice's 13 points
    in the first quarter as the
    Indians held a 13-8 lead.
    In the second quarter,
    Venice led by as many
    as six points before Port
    Charlotte cut it to 20-19
    with 3:24 left.
    Venice clung to a 24-22
    lead after a 3-pointer
    by AJ Williams with 1:34
    remaining in the half.
    However, Dillon
    Marksbury came off
    the bench and hit two
    3-pointers in the final
    1:17, including the sec-
    ond one with 24 seconds
    on the clock to give
    Venice a 30-24 halftime
    cushion.
    The Indians opened
    the quarter with a steal
    they didn't convert
    into points, but Dillon
    Marksbury, who didn't
    start, soon sank his third
    3-pointer of the game
    and Chris Hann scored
    a layup off a fastbreak
    to give Venice a 35-24
    advantage.
    It forced Port Charlotte
    coach Bill Specht to call a
    timeout.
    The move worked as
    the Pirates scored five
    consecutive points to
    pull within 35-28.
    Voigt then scored the
    next five points for the
    Indians with a three-point
    play after a steal and a
    layup off a rebound.
    "They were exciting
    plays," said Voigt. "I usu-
    ally don't get those. I was
    in the zone tonight so I


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    got them to go through
    the basket."
    Port Charlotte got
    within 40-34 with 3:15
    but the Indians closed
    out the third quarter
    outscoring the Pirates
    7-2 for a 47-36 lead.
    Voigt continued his
    career night in the fourth
    quarter.
    After Port Charlotte
    (6-6 overall, 0-3 district)
    scored the first basket
    of the quarter, Venice
    went on a 10-0 scoring
    run, which included six
    straight points byVoigt,
    to give the Indians a
    57-38 margin.
    "Coach told me to
    play big," said Voigt, who
    scored eight points in
    the fourth quarter. "Our
    defense was shifting over
    a lot better and I had
    the ability to play off my
    man and score points."
    "I thought it was our
    most complete game
    since I've been here,"
    said Slaton, who is in
    his second year. "Both
    ends of the floor, we just
    played solid. Coming out
    of Christmas I thought
    we had five really, really
    good practices in a row
    and it showed tonight.
    We played tonight like
    we've been practicing."
    This was the type of
    game Slaton has been
    expecting all along from
    his team.
    "I told them 'That is
    how I thought you would
    play all along with grit,
    toughness and hustle
    plays such as diving for
    loose balls,'" he said.
    "We played three
    district games and got


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    out-hustled and weren't
    as physical in all three
    games," said Specht."
    Venice scored the final
    four points of the first
    quarter to grab a 13-8
    cushion.
    In the second quarter,
    the Indians (6-6 overall,
    2-1 district) led 20-15
    before Port Charlotte
    pulled within 20-19 on
    a jumper by AJ Williams
    and layup off a rebound
    by Blanc.
    The Indians closed out
    its scoring in the second
    quarter on two 3-point-
    ers by Marksbury for a
    30-24 margin.
    "They did a pretty good
    job on Chris and Zach but
    it was our other guys who
    came in and made plays
    - Dillon, David. Nate
    (Curtner) made a nice
    play in the second half
    and Devin (Cruz-Klein)
    made some free throws.
    A lot of guys made plays.
    I thought it was a total
    team effort tonight."
    "Have to give Venice a
    lot of credit," said Specht.
    "They had a lot of kids
    step up. We know their
    two top players (Flerlage
    and Hann)."
    Voigt gave credit to
    playing a holiday tour-
    nament in Birmingham
    with helping in this
    game.
    "They were a lot faster
    and stronger than I am
    used to so competing
    with them got me used
    to stronger players," said
    Voigt about the tourna-
    ment. "When I was play-
    ing out there they were
    a little weaker so I could
    push them out more."


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    Venice 62, Port Charlotte 43
    PORT CHARLOTTE (43)
    Specht 1 0-0 3,J. Romulus 1 1-4 3, Dio-
    nisio 1 0-0 2, Bernard 2 2-4 7, Collins 2 0-0
    4, Williams 2 0-0 5, Wheeler 2 2-2 6, Rains
    01-31,Blanc44-8412.Totals1510-2143.
    VENICE (62)
    Marksbury 3 0-0 9, Poniatowski 0 2-2 2,
    Flerlage 6 4-6 17, Hann 4 2-2 10, Fusco 0
    0-0 0, Martin 0 0-0 0, McCumber 0 0-0 0,
    Gourley 01-2 1,Carroll 00-00, Hanewinck-
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    Keyso 0 0-0 0, Cruz-Klein 0 2-3 2, Curtner 1
    2-34.Totals 2018-25 62.

    Port Charlotte 8 16 12 7 43
    Venice 13 17 17 15 62
    3-point goals: Specht, Bernard, Wil-
    liams, Marksbury 3, Flerlage. Total fouls:
    Port Charlotte 20, Venice 18. Fouled out:
    Collins. Records: Port Charlotte 6-6, 0-3;
    Venice 6-6,2-1.

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    Christmas decorations stolen from Venice pub


    FROM ABC 7

    The British Open Pub
    in Venice was apparently
    victim to a nasty Grinch
    this holiday season.
    After the owner and


    staff, and even a few
    regular customers, spent
    nearly four hours taking
    down all the Christmas
    decorations and putting
    them into boxes Monday,
    the owner found all the


    boxes, which were set
    out near the back of the
    restaurant to be taken
    to storage, had been
    cleaned out.
    Owner Kelly Olliver
    said many of those


    decorations have senti-
    mental value.
    "It absolutely just
    breaks my heart," she
    said. "I just want that
    silly fiberglass Santa
    Claus with the broken


    foot back; it reminds me
    of my father. He was so
    happy when he got that.
    It looks just like him. I
    want it back."
    Olliver said they've
    been collecting those


    ornaments for several
    years.
    If you have any infor-
    mation on what may have
    happened to the decora-
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    Instead, he was found
    guilty of petit larceny.
    Johnson was relieved
    to learn Thursday of
    Upton's arrest, but
    distressed about what
    to do about the stolen
    funds.


    Would people who
    gave before give again?
    Should he even bother
    replacing the donation
    jar?
    He decided to start
    over.
    "Perhaps someone
    might see this and decide
    to help out ... make
    things right," Johnson
    said.
    He hopes to raise


    enough money to
    approach an organiza-
    tion about starting a
    scholarship fund in Kris-
    tina's name. Otherwise,
    the money will go to her
    family.
    "She was worthy of
    something like that,"
    Johnson said.
    He also hopes to
    put into perspective a
    young life lost and the


    circumstances under
    which her death occurred.
    The crash raised ques-
    tions about why Kristina
    wasn't in school and the
    fender bender she'd got-
    ten into just moments
    before the fatal single-car
    crash.
    That shouldn't detract
    from the "beautiful, car-
    ing young woman she
    was," Johnson said.


    "All young people
    make mistakes," he said.
    "When you're young,
    things happen.
    "She was always posi-
    tive; never negative."
    And a hard worker.
    "There wasn't anything
    you asked of her she
    wouldn't do," Johnson
    recalled. "She worked
    15 hours, sometimes
    20 hours a week after


    school. She was always
    wanting to work.
    "She talked for the past
    year about saving up for
    that car. She got it on a
    Friday. On Monday she
    was killed."
    "She was such a good
    person," Johnson said. "I
    just wanted everybody to
    know that."

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    SCHOOLS
    FROM PAGE 1

    Family Foundation in
    Columbus, Ohio, have
    launched an initiative
    called the Family Stabil-
    ity Collaborative that is
    already helping hun-
    dreds of foreclosed-upon
    and imminently home-
    less families in many
    U.S. cities includ-
    ing some in Sarasota
    County.
    Barbara Siemer, a
    former high school
    English teacher, learned
    long ago that children in
    families that are forced to
    move around a lot due to



    CHIEFS
    FROM PAGE 1

    McNulty wrote in a
    Dec. 19 memo to the city
    manager and council.
    "I believe the ... recom-
    mendation stems from
    the common miscon-
    ception that take-home
    vehicles are a perk when,
    in fact, they are a nec-
    essary component to


    CHILDREN 5-17 IN POVERTY


    Sarasota County
    2010
    2007
    2000
    Florida


    8,330 18.5 percent
    5,119 11.4 percent
    4,555 10.9 percent


    2010 628,165
    2007 437,055
    2000 427,487


    overwhelming financial
    burdens a circum-
    stance known as "mobil-
    ity" do not perform
    well in school.
    "As they move around
    from school to school
    and lose time, it is one
    of the biggest unspo-
    ken, unacknowledged
    problems we have in


    efficient and expeditious
    emergency response."
    Woodley agreed
    the detectives should
    have use of take-home
    vehicles.
    Not granted were
    requests by the fire chief,
    police chief and acting
    police captain.
    Council Member Bob
    Daniels and others spoke
    against the use of such
    vehicles at a June work-
    shop, and were especially


    21.9 percent
    15.5 percent
    16.1 percent


    -Source: U.S. Census


    our education system,"
    Siemer said. "Children
    who move during the
    four years of high school
    have only a 50 percent
    chance of graduating
    versus those who don't.
    My real goal is to prevent
    mobility, and the only
    way I can keep those
    kids in their homes is


    put off to learn that both
    the Venice police and
    fire chief live outside the
    county.
    They'll still be eligible
    for mileage reimburse-
    ment when using their
    personal vehicles for
    emergencies. And they
    still have use of their city
    vehicles during working
    hours.
    Retiring half the take-
    home vehicles in the
    city's fleet is anticipated


    FOR MORE INFO
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    Family Foundation's Family
    Stability Collaborative, go to
    http://columbusfoundation.
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    stability-initiative or call
    941-366-2224.
    to stabilize the whole
    family."
    The Family Stabil-
    ity Collaborative helps
    families get current on
    their rent and utilities,
    she said, establishing a
    budget so that they can
    live within their means.
    Once they do that, they
    can start to save a little
    money and get back on
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    Organizations learn about arts grants

    By ED SCOTT Community Foundation in Morgese, who started as of the region to attract grants for $16,296 and he said in an email
    STAFF WRITER Venice. executive director of the audiences," Morgese said. $7,639 a $23,935 total. reimbursement an


    James Morgese is look-
    ing for a way to generate
    interest in the Charlotte
    Symphony Orchestra
    among Sarasota County
    residents. Bonnie Rodgers
    is exploring how to boost
    attendance at the North
    Port Art Center.
    They were among about
    two dozen attendees at an
    orientation for the 2012-13
    grant cycle for the county's
    Tourist Development Cul-
    tural/Arts grants program
    Thursday at Gulf Coast


    Fern Tavalin, a consultant
    for the Arts and Cultural
    Alliance of Sarasota County,
    which administers a little
    more than $1 million each
    year in grants, was excited
    by the South County turn-
    out because an orientation
    last year attracted just four
    attendees. She explained
    how the program works to
    a room full of both past and
    present grant recipients, as
    well as people hoping their
    organizations could benefit
    from the program for the
    first time.


    Punta Gorda-based CSO
    last week, said he's been
    told it's difficult to attract
    concertgoers from north
    of the Peace River, so he's
    already thinking about
    holding performances at
    the North Port Perform-
    ing Arts Center or another
    Sarasota County venue.
    Morgese hopes those per-
    formances will be eligible
    for the grants, funds that
    come from the county's
    tourist development tax.
    "We've been trying to
    expand to other areas


    "This would be a perfect
    opportunity to expand to
    the north a little bit and
    offer performances there."
    High attendance at the
    orientation was impor-
    tant to county officials
    because Venice Theatre
    and Historic Spanish
    Point were the only South
    County organizations
    to apply for and receive
    tourist-tax funds through
    the alliance for the cur-
    rent cycle. Venice Theatre
    received $91,444, while
    Spanish Point received


    Tavalin said more South
    County organizations ap-
    plied prior to 2008. Asked
    why so few South County
    organizations applied for
    the grants in recent years,
    Murray Chase, executive/
    artistic director of Venice
    Theatre, said he's not sure.
    "There was a time when
    the application process
    was pretty onerous for
    some organizations, with
    a large expense in print-
    ing, paper, time and trav-
    el (for grant review), with
    some rather low awards,"


    . "The
    d re-


    porting process was also
    quite time-consuming. As
    with any granting orga-
    nizations, one can make
    it easier over time, as well
    as eventually garnering
    larger awards. In our case,
    we received about $10,000
    in 1995-96. In 2011-12,
    we'll get about $90,000.
    Obviously, it's been well
    worth it to us."
    Some 25 applicant
    organizations countywide
    received 32 project grants
    totaling $1,250,547 for the
    current cycle.


    Workshops to chart future of Warm Mineral Springs


    By CAROL SAKOWITZ
    STAFF WRITER
    County residents will be
    able to express their views
    on the future of the Warm
    Mineral Springs property
    and its day spa in a series
    of public meetings.
    The first session will
    be a tour and an open
    house from 10 a.m. to 1
    p.m. Jan. 21 at the Springs,
    12200 San Servando Ave.,
    North Port. Following that
    will be a pair of public pre-
    sentations and discussions
    scheduled for Jan. 26 at the
    Morgan Family Communi-
    ty Center in North Port for
    South County citizens; and
    Feb. 2 for North County citi-
    zens at the Searcy G. Cohen
    Regional Girl Scout Campus
    in Sarasota. Both meetings
    are from 5 to 8 p.m.
    Prior to that series, the
    issue of the 81-acre Springs
    is expected to be an agenda
    topic when the Sarasota
    County Parks Advisory and
    Recreation Council and
    the North Port Parks and
    Recreation Advisory Board
    hold a 2:30 p.m. joint meet-
    ing Thursday at the Morgan
    Center. The properties are
    jointly owned by the county
    and the city of North Port.


    At the city PRAB meeting
    two weeks ago, North Port
    resident Bill Gibson, vice
    chair of the county board,
    said he expects a review
    and discussion regarding
    preliminary plans for the
    Springs at the joint meet-
    ing. However, an agenda
    has not been finalized,
    according to the chairs of
    both boards, who said they
    anticipate the future of the
    Springs will be discussed.
    North Port PRAB chair-
    man Andy Gerberich said
    he doesn't know what
    to expect from the joint
    meeting. He said board
    members have said they
    "would like to get one of
    us" on the planning team
    for the Springs, but "maybe
    it's too preliminary now."
    "We'd like to have some
    input since it's in our city,"
    he said. "We have to have
    a vested interest in this
    (planning). The Springs
    is our one real tourist at-
    traction and (we need to
    be involved) in how best
    to develop that so we get
    jobs, get some interest (in
    the site)."
    Gerberich said he does
    not recall any earlier
    meeting with the county
    board. Of the upcoming


    meeting, he said, "I would
    like to get some kind of
    rapport going."
    A stronger relationship
    between the boards is
    welcomed by PARC chair
    John Sargent, a resident
    of LaCasa Mobile Home
    Park, located just outside
    North Port.
    "We certainly want
    to work together," said
    Sargent, who envisions a
    joint effort in creating a
    work plan for the Springs.
    For years, PARC has
    made recommendations
    to the county commis-
    sion about the acquisition
    and use of park lands.
    Its process, Sargent said,
    is to review a work plan
    submitted by county park
    staff and then to discuss it,
    accepting or rejecting it, or
    adding or subtracting parts
    of it. He said he hopes a
    PRAB member will start at-
    tending PARC meetings.
    For the last 13 months,
    county and city staff have
    met to create a founda-
    tion for the Springs' future,
    according to city staff. The
    public visioningg" work-
    shops are the first effort to
    involve citizens.
    North Port City Man-
    ager Jonathan Lewis said


    Friday he would like city
    staff to receive "some
    good information to help
    us put together plans as
    we go forward."
    "Warm Mineral Springs


    is an incredible asset for
    not just North Port, but
    the entire Southwest
    Florida region," said Assis-
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    Schult, who has been


    the city's point man in
    discussions. "We want to
    hear from citizens and get
    a deeper understanding
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    Rldive Piunee Days at the Lord-iigdl house


    By PAM JOHNSON
    CITY OF VENICE

    When Philadelphia
    pharmacist and former
    quartermaster for Union
    blockade ships Francis
    Higel decided to purchase
    land in Florida to grow
    cassava, his wife, Adelaide,
    made a demand.
    She said she would not
    move to such a wilderness
    unless she could have a
    house with proper glass
    windows.
    In the late 1800s, build-
    ings in Southwest Florida
    were much like those
    in the Caribbean. Their
    windows were vacant
    openings with swinging
    shutters that closed to
    keep rain and mosqui-
    toes and consequently
    sunshine out of the
    house.
    In 1884, Frank brought
    Addie, his wife of 20
    years, and their six sons
    to a two-story home with
    proper windows. It was
    situated on Roberts Bay.
    Higel bought the 73-acre
    parcel for $2,500 from
    homesteader Robert R.
    Roberts, who owned a
    good deal of what we
    today call the island of
    Venice. At that time,
    there was no Intracoastal
    Waterway, and the area
    known as Horse and
    Chaise was one of the few
    coastal beach areas on the
    mainland with no barrier
    island. Roberts' niece,
    Carrie Mason, was their
    nearest neighbor, having
    received a 10-acre par-
    cel from her uncle years
    before.
    What Addie found for
    a view from her beauti-
    ful windows was Rob-
    erts' orange groves and
    sugarcane fields and
    Roberts Bay, with such an
    abundance of fish they
    sometimes jumped into
    the family's boat.
    The Higel sons adapted
    to their new lives. Most
    were schooled in Phila-
    delphia before making
    the move. Due to a fall as
    an infant, Eugene was left
    handicapped and lived
    with his mother through-
    out his lifetime. Frank
    Jr., Harry, Ralph, George
    and Wesley, who was only
    8 years old when they
    moved, helped with the
    farming. They made syrup
    and canned fruits bearing
    labels with manatees on
    them.
    Frank and his sons
    experimented with cas-
    sava, the starch of which
    is used to make tapioca.
    Unexpected winter freezes
    killed the cassava dream,
    but not the adventure of
    pioneering a new lifestyle.
    In order to have a post


    GONDOLIER PHOTO BY KIM COOL


    The Lord-Higel house is a pioneer home.


    IF YOU WANT TO GO
    What: Pioneer Days at the Lord-Higel House
    When: Saturday, Jan. 14, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
    Where: 409 Granada Ave.
    Some Venice Farmers Market vendors, dressed as pioneers, will
    demonstrate how the early settlers made soap, glass, candles, textiles
    and boats. Play about pioneer families presented at 11:30 a.m. Bring
    seating.
    Food and beverages will be available for purchase. Proceeds go toward
    restoring the city's oldest existing house.
    Sponsored by the Friends of the Lord-Higel House.


    office in the area, the
    applicant had to provide
    a name for it. Osprey,
    Nokomis and Laurel were
    the names of the villages
    these early post offices
    served. Higel applied for
    a post office on his newly
    acquired property and
    gave it the name Eyry,
    another word for aerie,
    the nest of a large bird
    of prey. He served as the
    area's first postmaster
    for a few months. Soon it
    became apparent there
    was little need for a post
    office to serve the scant
    number of pioneers south
    of Roberts Bay and the
    service was returned to
    Osprey.
    By 1892, Addie Higel
    was missing the refined
    cultural life she had
    known and left to return
    to her beloved Philadel-
    phia. Frank followed,
    hoping to bring her
    "home" to Florida. An
    argument ensued and
    Frank shot Addie in the
    neck. Thinking he had
    killed her, he turned his
    gun on himself and died
    tragically, never knowing
    his wife would recover
    from her wounds. Addie
    returned to her family of
    sons in what would soon
    be Venice, never to leave
    again.
    Frank Jr. worked as
    a teacher and was the


    PHOTO COURTESY OF THE VENICE ARCHIVES
    AND HISTORICAL COLLECTION
    Addie (Adelaide) Higel insisted on having real glass windows in
    her house if she had to live in Florida.


    Venice postmaster for a
    few months when Noko-
    mis was known as Venice.
    Eventually he moved to
    Sarasota.
    The next oldest son,
    Harry, found work on the
    Knight family farm and
    helped his father with the
    cassava experimentation.
    Later, he too moved to
    Sarasota where he was
    involved in real estate
    development and became
    the town's first mayor.
    Ralph, George and
    Wesley helped with the
    farming. Like other pio-
    neer families, they fished,
    hunted game and fought
    off bugs and wildlife
    to claim their garden's
    bounty, and defended
    themselves against bob-
    cats, alligators, wolves and
    bears.
    As an adult, Ralph took
    over the family home and
    rebuilt it, calling it Moss
    Oak. He was a boat maker
    and fisherman, and his
    wife, Lulu Williams, ran
    the Moss Oak as a bed and
    breakfast accommodation
    for tourists.


    IF YOU WANT
    TO LEARN MORE
    George Higel's Nemo Columns
    are available for purchase
    at the Triangle Inn, 351 S.
    Nassau St. The Triangle Inn is
    open Monday-Wednesday,
    10 a.m.-4 p.m.
    Venice Views, a 30-minute
    television show, features
    descendants of the Higel Pioneer
    Family as they discuss their
    ancestors. Guests are Ron Higel,
    Joyce Higel Norton, Mickey Higel
    and Jacque Wilkinson Ring. The
    show airs each Wednesday in
    January, at 3 and 6:30 p.m. on
    Comcast Channel 189.
    Also, visit the city of Venice
    website, www.venicegov.com;
    click on "visitor," then on "Venice
    History."

    Joseph H. Lord, a
    Chicago businessman,
    purchased the Roberts
    orange grove in 1892 and
    expanded it, often doing
    the physical labor himself
    at night by the light of
    lanterns. He continued
    to operate a real estate
    business in Chicago, in
    the same building where
    the Honore Brothers had
    an office that brokered
    Florida real estate. Later,
    Lord sold some of his vast
    land holdings in Sarasota
    and Vamo to the Honore
    family, close relatives of
    Bertha Honore Palmer,
    the largest landowner
    in the area today known
    as Manatee and Sara-
    sota counties. Lord
    became vice president of


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    PHOTO COURTESY OF THE VENICE ARCHIVES
    AND HISTORICAL COLLECTION
    George Higel, son of Frank Higel, with his wife, Abbie, and
    their son Clyde Victor, who would become mayor of Venice.
    George wrote the Nemo columns about early days in Venice. The
    columns have been reprinted and may be purchased from the
    Venice Archives.


    PHOTO COURTESY OF THE VENICE ARCHIVES
    AND HISTORICAL COLLECTION
    Francis (Frank) Higel is credited with choosing the name Venice
    for the area because of its similarity to Venice, Italy.


    Palmer's Sarasota-Venice
    Corporation.
    Until 1921, Venice and
    its surrounds were part of
    Manatee County. When
    Sarasota County was
    formed, Lord became
    the county's first state
    representative.
    In 1897, Lord built a
    two-story house in his
    75-acre Stone Grove,
    where Bay Acres subdivi-
    sion is today. Although the
    house, today known as
    the Lord-Higel House, was
    moved twice it remains
    the oldest existing house
    in Venice.
    The house was built of
    heart of pine, making it
    impervious to insects. It
    had a parlor, dining room
    and kitchen on the first
    floor, and three bedrooms
    on the second floor.
    Its wrap-around porch
    was held up by cypress
    columns.
    Around 1899, George
    Higel was hired to main-
    tain the groves. He moved
    into the house in 1905. He
    married Abigail Williams,
    Lulu Williams Higel's
    sister, in 1906. Five of their
    six children were born in
    the house.
    George, who was 10
    years old when he arrived
    in what would become
    Venice, wrote his first
    newspaper article for the
    Manatee River Journal
    in 1889, at the age of 15.
    That same year he began
    writing a column for
    the Sarasota Times and
    continued to make his
    weekly contribution to the
    newspaper for the next 34
    years.
    His pen name, Nemo,
    was the name of the fam-
    ily's schooner. Through his
    column he shared tidbits
    about his neighbors, their
    farming, the selling price
    of produce and, of course,
    the all-important weather.
    He ranted about pigs that
    were allowed to roam free
    and announced when
    folks had turtle meat and
    eggs.
    In 1919, George built
    a new house for Abbie
    and their growing family.
    It was high on an Indian
    midden. The house still
    stands on Madrid Street,
    although it has been
    turned to face the road
    instead of the sunrise.
    Stone Grove was sold
    multiple times over the
    years. In 1950, it was
    sold to a developer who


    IF YOU WANT
    TO HELP
    The Friends of the Lord-Higel
    House is a 501 (c)(3) organiza-
    tion dedicated to raising funds
    and restoring the oldest existing
    house in Venice.
    For information about how to
    join the organization or how to
    donate toward the restoration,
    contact Judie Bauer at 941-488-
    1937 orjbauerx2@verizon.net.

    subdivided the land.
    George Wesley Higel, the
    son of George and Abbie,
    purchased the house and
    moved it to the area some-
    times known as Higelville,
    on Laguna Drive.
    In 2005, the house was
    sold again. This time the
    buyer was going to tear it
    down to build a modern
    house on the lot. When
    he discovered the historic
    significance of the build-
    ing, he donated it to the
    city of Venice, which had it
    moved to its current loca-
    tion at 409 Granada Ave.
    In 2008, the Friends of
    the Lord-Higel House was
    formed to raise funds and
    restore the pioneer house
    as an example of Ven-
    ice's colorful history and
    heritage.
    2012 marks the city's
    85th anniversary of incor-
    poration. Throughout the
    year, Venice will celebrate
    its history with events tak-
    ing place most months.
    On Jan. 14, the Lord-
    Higel House will be the
    venue for Pioneer Days.
    Venice Farmers Market
    vendors, dressed as pio-
    neers, will demonstrate
    how the early settlers
    made soap, glass, candles,
    textiles and boats. At
    11:30 a.m., a play about
    pioneer life by local play-
    wright Ron Myroup will be
    presented by Venice The-
    atre in front of the house.
    Bring seating. Food and
    beverages will be avail-
    able for purchase. The
    proceeds will go toward
    restoring the city's oldest
    existing house. Plan to
    spend the day celebrating
    Venice and its history.
    Feb. 18, the yearlong
    party continues with the
    85th anniversary Beach
    Bash at the Venice Public
    Beach, 101 The Esplanade,
    from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
    concluding with a sunset
    drum circle.
    For information on the
    yearlong celebration, call
    941-486-2626, ext. 24005.


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    'Breaking Up is Hard To Do'fills Golden Apple


    By KIM COOL
    FEATURES EDITOR

    It was nice to see a
    nearly full house once
    again at the Golden
    Apple Dinner Theatre in
    Sarasota.
    The occasion was
    the opening night of
    "Breaking Up Is Hard To
    Do," which features the
    songs of Neil Sedaka and
    takes place in a Catskills
    resort showroom run by
    Esther Simovitz (Helen
    Holliday), with Harvey
    Feldman (Steve Carroll)
    as the resident emcee.
    The operative words
    are "Catskills resort." Del
    Delmonico (Brian Min-
    yard) has been promoted
    from pool boy to the
    lead singer in the resort's
    dinner show, and resort
    guests Marge Gelman
    (Sarah Cassidy) and Lois
    Warner (Alana Opie) end
    up as his female back-
    up singers for different
    reasons. Delmonico got
    his promotion mostly
    because of the songs he
    supposedly composed,


    PHOTO BY CLIFF ROLES/COURTESY OF THE SARASOTA GOLDEN APPLE DINNER THEATRE
    Steve Carroll as Harvey Feldman and Helen Holliday as Esther Simovitz in "Breaking Up is Hard To
    Do" through Feb. 26 at the Golden Apple Dinner Theatre in Sarasota.


    but as it turns out, they
    are the work of Gabe
    Green (Robby May). That
    Gabe also is a better
    singer is another key to
    the potential outcome of
    this story told in song.
    Carroll, who is best


    known locally for his
    one-man show "The
    Lone Eagle," about
    Charles Lindbergh,
    brings a wealth of tal-
    ent honed on national
    television, in film and
    on the Great White Way


    to his role in "Break-
    ing Up." The result is an
    endearing portrayal of a
    sad clown character who
    loves from afar.
    Minyard is so bad he is
    good as the no-talent guy
    who is getting by on his


    looks and another man's
    talent. That was no easy
    task, for Minyard actu-
    ally can sing but had to
    portray someone who is
    a bit off-key.
    Opie makes her Apple
    debut as Lois. She has
    performed at The Play-
    ers and the Glen Ridge.
    Hopefully, she will
    become an Apple regular.
    Cassidy actually has
    real Catskill experience,
    which she brings to the
    show, and Holliday has
    plenty of cabaret experi-
    ence, which comes in
    handy for this part.
    In addition to the title
    song, "Breaking Up Is
    Hard To Do," there are
    such hits of the '50s and
    '60s as "Where the Boys
    Are," "Happy Birthday
    Sweet Sixteen," "Stupid
    Cupid," "Calendar Girl,"
    "Laughter in the Rain,"
    "Stairway to Heaven"
    and "Love Will Keep Us
    Together."
    Directed by Kyle Ennis
    Turoff, "Breaking Up"
    is filled with fun and
    even a bit of audience


    participation that uncov-
    ers some rare talents.
    The book for "Break-
    ing Up" was written by
    Erik Jackson and Ben H.
    Winters. The music is by
    Neil Sedaka with lyrics by
    Sedaka, Howard Green-
    field and Philip Cody.
    For tickets and perfor-
    mance days and times,
    call the box office at
    941-652-0920 or 800-652-
    0920. A buffet dinner by
    Chef Caldwell is included
    with tickets for this show.
    Coming up next is a
    reprise of "Disenchanted:
    Bitches of the Kingdom,"
    an award-winning musi-
    cal on its way to Broad-
    way. The story is about
    the fairy-tale princesses
    and their complaints
    about the way they have
    been treated in the Dis-
    ney theme parks.
    The Golden Apple
    Dinner Theatre is at 25
    N. Pineapple Ave., in
    downtown Sarasota. Park
    in the new Palm Avenue
    parking garage for $2.

    Email: kcool@venicegondolier.com


    Clever, loving tribute to brisket


    By BILL DALEY
    CHICAGO TRIBUNE

    You know you're in
    for fun when a book
    about meat opens with
    a full-color photograph
    of celebrity beefcake a
    brisket belonging to Joan
    Nathan, the Washington-
    based doyenne of Jewish
    cooking in North Amer-
    ica and the words:


    BOOK REVIEW
    "The Brisket Book: A Love Story
    With Recipes," by Stephanie
    Pierson (Andrews McMeel,
    $29.99)

    "In a world of Rachel
    Zoe makeovers, brisket
    is completely comfort-
    able with what it isn't."
    Who's Rachel Zoe? Who


    cares! This book will put
    you passionately over
    the moon for a meat cut
    that is often taken for
    granted.
    Brisket is "the ulti-
    mate comfort food"
    for so many people, so
    many cultures. Brisket
    is also versatile, what
    Nathan calls the "Zelig
    of meats." So, expect
    a little brisket history,


    a couple of interviews
    with famous brisket fans
    and a number of brisket
    recipes here, all clearly
    delivered.
    But this book takes
    the idea of brisket
    beyond the usual (and
    essential) cooking how-
    tos into such unex-
    pected areas as vegetar-
    ianism (seitan brisket),
    mixology (clove'n hoof


    cocktail), poetry ("Pot
    Roast," by Mark Strand)
    and unsolicited advice
    ("What's not so good?
    Brisket wrapped in
    shrimp").
    Stephanie Pierson is
    a New York City author
    and social historian
    who works brisket from
    every angle so that you
    get to know everything
    knowable about the


    cut while producing
    some delicious food
    in your kitchen. As the
    eye-catching red cover
    emblazoned with a
    drawing of a wary steer
    suggests, this book is full
    of colorful, lively and
    sometimes surprising
    images; the pages are a
    joy to leaf through for
    their energetic mix of
    images, photos and text.


    A giant step forward for those in need


    By BENNETT GROSS
    SPECIAL TO THE GONDOLIER

    What do you do when
    you don't know where
    your next meal is coming
    from?
    An ever-increasing
    number of people in our
    community struggling to
    provide the basic needs
    of food, clothing and
    shelter for their families
    are turning to the Venice
    faith community for
    assistance.
    Since April 2009, the
    Venice Interfaith Out-
    reach Program has been
    providing weekly din-
    ners for the homeless


    and those in need. Along
    with canned goods, fruit,
    clothing and toiletries,
    more than 7,500 people
    have received tasty and
    nutritious meals from
    salad to dessert.
    Participating and pro-
    viding helping hands are
    Venice United Church
    of Christ, St. Mark's
    Episcopal Church,
    Grace United Method-
    ist Church and, just
    recently, Emmanuel
    Lutheran Church. Meals
    at United Church of
    Christ have been pre-
    pared and served by
    volunteers from Jewish
    Congregation of Venice.


    From 9 a.m. to noon,
    Monday through Friday,
    Emmanuel Lutheran
    Church offers a place
    for the homeless to
    have a cup of coffee
    and read a newspaper
    or magazine and relax,
    while the Center of Hope
    provides a network of
    social services. Those
    services include a mail-
    ing address, help finding
    a job, a medical clinic,
    assistance in connect-
    ing with other caring
    programs and, on cold
    winter nights, a shelter
    run by the Red Cross.
    But providing a helping
    hand doesn't stop there.


    The Back Pack Program
    provides food for school
    children who receive
    free or partially funded
    lunches to take home to
    their families over the
    weekend. Four churches
    are supporting this
    program reaching out to
    approximately 250 ele-
    mentary school children.
    With the poverty level
    close to 60 percent in one
    school alone, more funds
    are needed.
    Find out how you
    and your faith group
    can help. Call Carol
    Prichard with Venice
    Interfaith Outreach at
    941-493-2597.


    I WELL-BEING BRIEFS


    PAST
    Parents of Addicts
    Sharing Time is a sup-
    port and advocacy group
    that meets the second
    and fourth Tuesdays
    (Jan. 10 and Jan. 24) of
    each month at 7 p.m. in
    the conference room at
    Frances T. Bourne Jaca-
    randa Public Library, 4143
    Woodmere Park Blvd. Call
    Maria Ludlam at 941-
    492-3424 or email past.
    venice.fl@gmail.com.

    Osteoporosis
    Osteoporosis Support
    Group, noon, second
    Monday of the month
    (Jan. 9) in Englewood
    Community Hospital's
    Suncoast Auditorium,
    700 Medical Blvd. RSVP
    to 941-475-3558.


    WELL-BEING SUBMISSIONS
    Please submit items for Well-Being to ablackwell@venicegondolier.com
    no less than two weeks in advance of your event date or the RSVP date.
    Items not submitted two weeks prior may not run. For more informa-
    tion, call 941-207-1102.


    Free and low-cost
    health services
    In January, Sarasota
    County Health Depart-
    ment's Health in Motion
    Mobile Medical Unit
    staff will be at local
    sites. No appointment
    is needed for diabetes
    education and screen-
    ing; testing for blood
    pressure, HIV, tuber-
    culosis and pregnancy;
    adult immunizations,
    health education and
    help finding ongoing
    healthcare for the unin-
    sured. Local site visits
    are:


    Venice Car Wash and Detail Center I


    20% Off any detail of $75.00 or more
    700 Tamiami Trail S
    Please Present this in Person. Next to Venice Hospital
    (941) 485-7222 Sign Up online for extra monthly savings,
    www.venicecarwash.com


    Venice Tuesdays,
    Jan. 17 and Jan. 31,


    9:30 a.m.-noon, Good-
    will Center, The Rialto,
    650 South Tamiami Trail,
    and 1-3 p.m., Habitat
    for Humanity ReStore,
    1400 Ogden Road;
    Wednesday, Jan. 11,


    PHOTO COURTESY OF BOBBI AUSTIN

    Kitty wants a new home
    Cinder got her name because she came from Burnt Store.
    And that's a great name for this beautiful silky black,
    spayed female kitty. Cinder is about 2 years old, very
    friendly and has a wonderful purr. She is up to date on her
    shots and is microchipped. For more information, call Deva
    at Englewood Animal Rescue Sanctuary, 941-681-3877. To
    see all EARS' adoptable animals visit 145 W. Dearborn St.,
    Englewood, or www.EARS41ife.com.



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    ATTENTION,
    VENUE CLIENTS
    The Venice Gondolierwill soon be
    changing the format for Venue in an
    effort to provide readers information
    about the most events we can. As of
    Jan. 18, we will only print events that
    have been submitted via our website at
    www.venicegondolier.com.
    To submit an event, click on Commu-
    nity Calendar on the left side of the
    page, then click on Submit Event.
    We will print a maximum of four
    lines per event at no cost to the event
    submitter. All events must be entered
    through our website, www.
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    the ability to enter your events via our
    website, we can type them in on your
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    You may purchase additional space
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    Simply choose Paid Listing on the
    Submit Event page on the website.
    All paid events will run in the location
    designated for the event type.
    We will only be allowing one
    submission per event, per day. If your
    event runs for more than one day,
    you will need to complete a separate
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    submissions of the same event for the
    same date may result in all the related
    events being removed.
    We reserve the right to exclude any
    submitted event that does not meet
    our specifications or that requires
    excessive editing. There is no express or
    implied guarantee that any free listing
    will be included in any event calendar
    or run in any specific location. This is on
    a first-come, first-served basis.

    All area codes are 941 unless
    otherwise indicated.

    SATURDAY, JAN. 7
    'Amahl and the
    Night Visitors'
    Time: 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.
    Where: Church of the Naza-
    rene, 1535 E. Venice Ave.,
    Venice
    Notes: Venice Performing
    Arts Series presents the opera
    "Amahl and the Night Visitors"
    and a Twelfth Night Madri-
    gal concert featuring Venice
    High School choir Le Voci di
    Venezia, under the direction
    of Stephen Johns, in honor of
    the Feast of Epiphany and the
    Twelve Days of Christmas. A
    portion of the proceeds will go
    to VHS Chorus Booster Club.
    Cost: $20, purchase online, at
    The Paper Pad or by phone
    Call: 284-5972
    Link: www.veniceperforming
    arts.com

    Lord-Higel House
    fundraiser
    Time: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
    Where: Books-A-Million, 4230
    South Tamiami Trail, Venice
    Notes: The store will donate
    10 percent of customers'
    receipts during that time to
    the restoration of the Historic
    Lord-Higel House.
    Call: Judie Bauer, 488-1937

    Downtown
    Venice Trolley
    Time: 11 a.m- 5 p.m.
    Where: Downtown Venice, free
    Call: 484-6722
    Link: www.venicemainstreet.
    com

    Open house
    Time: 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
    Where: South County Fam-
    ily YMCA, 701 Center Road,
    Venice
    Notes: Enjoy free food and
    tours of the facility. The sign-
    up fee will be waived during


    the event for new members.
    Call: 492-9622
    Link: www.veniceymca.org

    Resolution 5K run
    Time: 7:30 a.m.
    Where: Maxine Barritt Park,
    Caspersen Beach, Venice
    Cost: $20 adult; $5 kids run at
    8:30 a.m.
    Call: 375-9113
    Link: www.active.com

    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
    Wars 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. Get details
    from Linda Wilson, manager,
    at the marketplace.

    Venice-Nokomis
    duplicate bridge
    Time: 1 p.m., Saturday, Mon-
    day and Tuesday; 1:30 p.m.,
    open and separate novice
    games on Sunday
    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
    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 Trea-
    sures, 1250 South U.S. High-
    way 41, Venice
    Notes: Venice Circus Arts
    Foundation holds walk-in
    bingo with cash prizes and
    50/50 raffles every Saturday.

    Drawing at the beach
    Time: 10-11 a.m.
    Where: Maxine Barritt 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

    Train Depot tours
    Time: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday;
    10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Monday,
    Wednesday and Friday
    Where: Train Depot, 303 E.
    Venice Ave., Venice
    Notes: For information about
    individual or group tours, call
    Jim Middleton. Red Caboose
    tours available.
    Call: 232-6797

    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

    Safe-driving school
    Time: Call for appointment
    Where: Village On The Isle,
    Venice HealthPark or Senior
    Friendship Centers, Venice


    MARK YOUR CALENDAR


    Notes: Choose one of three
    places to attend the AARP safe-
    driving school.
    Call: 1-888-227-7669

    Trolley tours of
    historic Venice
    Dates/times: Tours only run
    twice a day on select Satur-
    days in January, February and
    March. Call for details.
    Call: Historic Triangle Inn, 351
    S. Nassau St., Venice, 486-2487
    (no telephone reservations)

    Humanist Association
    Time: 11:30 a.m., first Saturday
    of the month
    Where: Pelican Pointe Country
    Club Restaurant, 499 Der-
    byshire Drive, Venice
    Call: 492-5555
    Link: www.gulfcoasthumanist.
    org

    Drum circle
    Time: one hour before sunset
    Saturday and Wednesdays
    Where: Nokomis Beach pavil-
    ion, offAlbee Road, Nokomis
    Notes: The event is open to
    players and watchers. Bring
    refreshments, chair and table
    and enjoy the drums and
    dancing. Bring a drum and
    join in.


    SUNDAY, JAN. 8
    Sunday brunch
    Time: 10 a.m.-i p.m.
    Where: American Legion NO-
    VEL Post 159, 1770 E. Venice
    Ave., Venice
    Call: 488-1157

    Bingo
    Time: 1:30-5 p.m.
    Where: Knights of Columbus
    Council Home, 512 Substation
    Road, Venice
    Notes: Doors open at noon.
    Nonsmoking. Refreshments
    available.
    Call: 485-1663

    Italian language forum
    Time: 2-4 p.m., Sunday until
    the last week of May


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    Venice Performing Arts Series will present the opera "Amahl and the Night Visitors"and a Twelfth Night
    Madrigal Concert today at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. at Church of the Nazarene, 1535 E. Venice Ave., Venice. Featured
    will be Venice High School choir Le Voci di Venezia under the direction of Stephen Johns in honor of the Feast
    of Epiphany and the Twelve Days of Christmas. A portion of the proceeds will go to VHS Chorus Booster Club.
    Tickets cost $20 and can be purchased online, at The Paper Pad or by phone, 284-5972. For more information, go
    to www.veniceperformingarts.com.


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    SUNDAY, JAN. 15
    Ohio Club concert
    Time: 6:30 p.m.
    Where: Bay Indies Hall, 950 Ridge-
    wood Ave., Venice
    Notes: Two rising stars, Maria Wir-
    ries and Nick Drivas, will perform.
    Cabaret-style seating. BYOB and hors
    d'oeuvres. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
    Cost: $8 each or save $1 with
    reserved table for eight
    Call: Bob Leonard, 412-9389


    TUESDAY, JAN. 17
    Daughters of the
    American Revolution
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    SATURDAY, FEB. 11
    International book fair
    Time: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
    Where: Centennial Park, 200 W. Ven-
    ice Ave., Venice
    Notes: Event is hosted by Venice Arts
    and Literary Society. Vendors will
    sell new and used books and media-
    related items. Authors will autograph
    their works.
    Call: 567-9950
    Link: www.venicearts.literarysociety.


    VENUE SUBMISSIONS
    Please submit items for Venue to
    ablackwell@venicegondolier.com no
    less than two weeks in advance of your
    event date or the RSVP date. Items
    not submitted two weeks prior may
    not run. For more information, call
    207-1102.

    Where: Italian American Club,
    1375 Ringling Drive, Venice
    Notes: Classes will include
    reading and discussion of
    the Italian language with an
    emphasis on the culture, his-
    tory and art of Italy. Classes are
    complimentary.
    Call: 486-1492
    Link: www.italianamerican
    clubofvenice.com

    Archery
    Time: 9 a.m.-noon, second
    (paper target) and fourth (3-D
    shoot) Sunday of the month
    Where: Lekatchka Archery
    Club, Knights Trail Park,
    Laurel
    Notes: Beginners and experi-
    enced shooters are welcome.
    Lessons are free; equipment is
    available.
    Cost: $10; lunch $5
    Call: Don, 493-0025


    MONDAY, JAN. 9
    JazzCats concert
    Time: 7:30 p.m.
    Where: St. Andrew United
    Church of Christ, 6908 Beneva
    Road, Sarasota
    Notes: The Mike Markav-
    erich trio, TheJazzCats, will
    perform.
    Cost: $15, students $10
    Call: 484-1755

    SILL Music Monday
    Time: 3 p.m.
    Where: Unitarian Universalist
    Congregation of Venice, 1971
    Pinebrook Road, Venice
    Notes: Sherrill Milnes, baritone
    Cost: $7
    Call: 365-6404
    Link: http://sillsarasota.org

    Book sale
    Dates/time: Jan. 9-13,
    10 a.m.-5 p.m.
    Where: Jacaranda Public
    Library, 4143Woodmere Park
    Blvd., Venice
    Notes: The Friends of Jaca-
    randa Library will hold a $2-a-
    bag book sale.
    Call: Judy Evenson, 496-7790

    Peer referral
    counseling
    Time: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday,
    Tuesday and Wednesdays
    Where: Women's Resource
    Center, 703 Center Road,
    Venice
    Notes: Feeling overwhelmed?
    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

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

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    VENUE

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

    Bingo
    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
    Lutheran Church, 2401
    South Tamiami Trail,
    Venice
    Notes: All men who like
    to sing are welcome to
    join the Venice Gondo-
    liers Barbershop Chorus
    rehearsal.
    Call: Wayne Hart,
    966-4321

    Suncoast
    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

    Bridge lessons
    Time: 9:30-11:45 a.m.,
    every Monday and
    Tuesday
    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

    Running group
    Time: 6 a.m. every
    Monday, Wednesday 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 and Wednesdays
    Where: Call for location
    in Venice.
    Notes: Call to register.
    Cost: $5
    Call: Jackie Wheeler,
    493-2776

    Individual
    art instruction
    Dates/times: Monday-
    Thursday by appointment
    Where: Venice Art Cen-
    ter, 390 S. Nokomis Ave.,
    Venice
    Notes: Private instruction


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    and critique with Dr.
    Mary-Louise Biasotti
    Hooper. Advance regis-
    tration is required.
    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-
    eign Wars 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 experience the joy
    of women's barbershop
    music.
    Call: 480-1480
    Link: www.venetian
    harmony.org

    Italian
    language class
    Time: 4-5:30 p.m., every
    Monday
    Where: Italian Ameri-
    can Club, 1375 Ringling
    Drive, Venice
    Notes: Intermediate
    Italian Language Class,
    focusing on the knowl-
    edge of the language
    and a study of Italian
    literature.
    Call: 486-1492
    Link www.italianamerican
    clubofvenice.com

    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

    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.
    Call James Hagler, direc-
    tor, to arrange personal
    research.
    Call: 486-2487

    Being My
    Own Best Friend
    Time: noon-3 p.m.
    Where: Women's
    Resource Center, 703
    Center Road, Venice
    Notes: Own your life.
    Learn healthy ways to
    deal with transition and
    frustration, and to deal
    with negative and aggres-
    sive people. Michele
    Frith, certified life coach,
    will show the way. Pre-
    registration is required.
    Cost: $5 members, $8
    nonmembers
    Call: 485-9724
    Link: www.thewomens


    resourcecenter.org

    Beginning again
    Dates/time: 5:30-
    8:30 p.m., first and
    second Monday of the
    month
    Where: Women's
    Resource Center, 703
    Center Road, Venice
    Notes: Michele Firth,
    certified life coach
    discusses topics related
    to divorce. Based on the
    book "Rebuilding When
    Your Relationship Ends."
    Call to register for this
    11-week series.
    Cost: $5 per class
    Call: 485-9724
    Link: www.thewomens
    resourcecenter.org

    Antique
    Automobile Club
    Time: 7 p.m., second
    Monday of the month
    Where: Venice Gardens
    Civic Association, 406
    Shamrock Blvd., Venice
    Notes: Owning an
    antique car is not
    required to attend the
    meeting or join the club.
    Those interested in
    antique, classic or cus-
    tom cars are welcome.
    Call: Gary Felker,
    493-3780

    Merchant
    Marine veterans
    Time: noon, second
    Monday of the month
    Where: Family Table
    Restaurant, 14132 South
    Tamiami Trail, North Port
    Notes: All American
    Merchant Marines are
    invited to join the Robert
    J. MacAlvanah/Suncoast
    Chapter.
    Call: 625-3234


    TUESDAY, JAN. 10

    Ballroom
    dance class
    RSVP: Jan. 10
    Date: Wednesdays,
    Jan. 11-Feb. 15
    Where: Venice Com-
    munity Center, 326 S.
    Nokomis Ave., Venice
    Notes: Marilyn and Vito
    Carcioppolo will teach
    a six-week session in
    waltz, fox trot, swing and
    more. Advanced class,
    6:30-7:30 p.m.; begin-
    ner/intermediate class,
    7:30-8:30 p.m.
    Cost: $6.50 each per class
    Call: 496-9692
    Link: thecarcioppolos@
    hotmail.com

    9-12 TEA
    party meeting
    Time: 6:30-8 p.m.
    Where: Venice Board of
    Realtors building, 680
    Substation Road
    Notes: All are welcome.
    Call: 497-2888
    Link: http://florida912.
    ning.com

    SILL Global
    Issues lecture
    Time: 2:30 p.m.
    Where: Venice Com-
    munity Center, 326 S.
    Nokomis Ave., Venice
    Notes: Stuart Anderson
    discusses "Super Stu-
    dents: What do the High-
    achieving Children of
    Immigrants Tell us About
    America?"


    Cost: $7
    Call: 365-6404
    Link: http://sillsarasota.
    org

    Career counseling
    Time: 10 a.m.-4 p.m.,
    every Tuesday and
    Wednesday
    Where: Women's
    Resource Center, 703
    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

    South County
    Jazz Club
    Time: 5:30-8:30 p.m.
    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

    Tin Pan Alley
    dance band
    Time: 1-3 p.m. every
    Tuesday
    Where: Senior Friend-
    ship Center, 2350 Scenic
    Drive, Venice
    Notes: Dance to golden
    oldies.
    Call: 584-0075

    Toastmasters
    Time: 7:30-8:45 a.m.
    Where: Venice Area Board
    of Realtors building, 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-
    eryWay, Nokomis
    Notes: Eat in or carry
    out.
    Call: 486-1854

    Bingo
    Time: 6-8 p.m.
    Where: Venice-Nokomis
    Elks Lodge, 1021 Dis-
    covery Way (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: Wellfield Park,
    corner of Pinebrook
    Road and Lucaya Avenue,
    Venice
    Notes: free lessons
    Call: Marge Chandler,
    488-2747

    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,
    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

    Easy bridge 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

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


    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

    Italian culture
    and language class
    Time: 4-6 p.m., every
    Tuesday through May 29
    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
    Singers
    Time: 5-7 p.m., every
    Tuesday through April 24
    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,
    second Tuesday of the
    month
    Where: Venice Com-
    munity Center, 326 S.
    Nokomis Ave., Venice
    Cost: $10
    Call: 474-6412

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

    Marine
    Corps League
    Time: 7 p.m., second
    Tuesday of the month


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    ACROSS
    1 Raises
    6 Snack
    9 Switch label
    12 Pinnacle
    16 Brilliance
    17 Sports org.
    19 Greek portico
    20 Oslo's land, to the
    natives
    22 Lamp cap
    23 Dorothy Sayers
    detective
    26 soit qui mal y
    pense
    27 Put an end to
    28 Pass
    29 monster
    32 Mortise's partner
    33 Catch
    35 Mil. coll.
    36 Poetically above
    38 Spanish gold
    40 Adds alcohol to
    42 Neighbor of Tibet
    45 P.D. James
    detective
    48 Rumbled
    51 Tricks
    52 Not me
    54 France's longest
    river
    55 Novel ending
    56 Skier's coverup
    61 Forage plants
    63 "Cats" author's
    monogram
    65 Manitoba Indian
    66 Hair, in Heidelberg
    67 Request
    68 Except
    71 Martha Grimes
    detective
    75 Cuts down
    76 tu," Verdi aria
    77 Distaff counterpart
    78 Off the mark
    79 Slip
    81 Detoured
    83 London suburb
    86 Teen angst
    89 Storms
    90 Airport abbr.
    92 Endures
    95 Silly
    97 Agatha Christie
    detective
    102 Frequent stopper
    103 what I say"
    104 volente:
    God willing
    105 CIA predecessor
    106 Wee dram
    108 Satiric magazine
    110 "...nor iron
    cage..."
    112 Skier's powder
    114 Melodic
    117 City on the Po
    119 Virginia politician
    122 Harry Kemelman
    detective


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    FROM PAGE 4

    Where: Disabled Ameri-
    can Veterans, 600 E.
    Colonia Ave., Nokomis
    Notes: The Gulf Coast


    Bookish


    125 Tree-lined walk
    126 Facing the pitcher
    127 Read my_
    128 Partner of polish
    129 Davenports
    130 Anglo-Saxon
    laborer
    131 Prevarication
    132 Comic Caesar
    133 Concerning
    DOWN
    1 Hebrew letter
    2 Iterative sound
    3 Josephine Tey
    detective
    4 Diameters' halves
    5 Fr. holy woman
    6 Not GI draftee
    7 of many colors
    8 Journalist Ida
    9 Baseball's Mel et
    al.
    10 Mountain wind
    11 At a distance


    Detachment No. 643
    invites all former
    marines and Fleet
    Marine Force Navy
    Corpsmen to attend.
    Call: Joe Williams,
    993-8202
    Email: joewill421@
    frontier.com


    Edited by Linda and Charles Preston


    12 Blue dye
    13 Michael Crichton
    film
    14 Dorothy Gilman
    detective
    15 Discharge
    18 Hebrew name for
    God
    19 Fishing nets
    21 Ogles
    24 Rhetorical
    repetition
    25 "Oberon"
    composer
    30 Resort hotels
    31 __ Sea (east of
    the Caspian)
    34 Bony
    36 Dolt
    37 Entertainer Adams
    39 Designer Cassini
    41 Diffident
    43 bear
    44 MP's problem
    46 Gloss alternative
    47 Brownie's org.


    49 Rub out
    50 Classroom
    furniture
    53 Lei land
    57 bin ein
    Berliner"
    58 Sweep the sea
    59 Uncanny
    60 "Ruby Red Dress"
    singer
    62 Actress Dunaway
    64 Part of QED
    68 Father Juniper
    69 Regions
    70 John Ball detective
    72 Cite, Paris
    73 Surrender
    74 Intense black
    75 Original: Prefix
    77 to my ears"
    80 Sugarcane shoot
    82 Wine: Prefix
    84 Wise bird?
    85 Should have
    87 Rex Stout
    detective


    South County
    Road Riders
    Time: 7 p.m., second
    Tuesday of the month
    Where: Honda dealer-
    ship, 811 U.S. 41 Bypass,
    Venice
    Notes: Motorcycle group


    CROSS 6


    88 Greek Cupid
    91 Beta Kappa leader
    93 Gibbons
    94 Relatives of aves.
    96 Titled
    98 Envelops
    99 Large quantities
    100 Pool shots
    101 Unfastens
    106 Scarlett's place
    107 Sound off
    109 MCX minus DIll
    111 Hawaiian
    hardwood
    113 Synthetic fiber
    115 Scottish resort
    116 Location
    118 Mature
    120 Legume
    121 Top quality
    123 Without exception
    124 Inc., in the UK
    125 "I wandered lonely
    cloud"


    holds its regular monthly
    meeting. New members
    are welcome.
    Call: 408-9469

    Gulf Coast
    Knitting Guild

    Time: 6-8 p.m., second


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    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 4155 South Tamiami
    Trail, Venice Village Shops,
    between Ross and Pub-
    lix, Venice, or on The Big
    Red Bus, which will be
    in Venice Sunday, Jan. 8,
    8:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Our Lady
    of Lourdes Parish, 1301
    Center Road; Wednesday,


    Tuesday of the month
    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.


    ' FLORIDAS
    BLOOD CENTERS

    Jan. 11, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., City
    of Venice, 401 W.Venice
    Ave.; Thursday, Jan. 12,
    6-9 a.m., Venice Police De-
    partment, 1350 E. Ridge-
    wood Ave.; and Friday,
    Jan. 13, 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m.,
    Venice Isle Estates, 600
    Cortina Blvd.
    Call 941-492-9202 or
    visit www.fbcdonor.org
    for more dates and times.

    From Florida's Blood Centers


    Call: Colette Sears,
    497-6342

    Wings, Wheels
    and Keels club

    Time: 7 p.m. the second

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    CORPORATE SPONSORS /
    MEDIA PARTNER

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    WEEKEND EDITION
    JANUARY 7, 2011


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    Knoxville is a standout


    By MARY CASEY-STURK
    GUEST WRITER

    When most people
    think of Knoxville,
    Tenn., images of exit
    ramps leading to the
    Great Smoky Mountain
    National Park come to
    mind.
    By not stopping in
    Knoxville, they've missed
    a charming, warm, small
    city filled with big-city
    advantages. Knoxville is
    worthy of being a vaca-
    tion destination itself.
    Throughout the
    compact and easy-to-
    walk downtown area,
    old buildings have been
    preserved, and within
    the walls you will find
    everything from gour-
    met meals, unique shops
    and enchanting original
    art to opera singers hit-
    ting notes that we can
    only dream of.
    A recent street festi-
    val drew a huge crowd
    despite some rain. This
    is the spirit of the city
    at its best. Here, people
    from all walks of life
    gathered together to
    enjoy the vibrancy of
    a community and its
    culture. Rain didn't slow
    anyone down. That
    exemplifies Knoxville's
    spirit. Celebrating its
    past, embracing the
    future and having a ball
    in the present.

    Fun nights,
    fabulous bites
    No trip is complete
    without a few memo-
    rable meals. You won't
    leave Knoxville disap-
    pointed (or hungry).
    Is there a sweeter way
    to start (or end) any day
    than with a delicious
    cupcake? Magpie Cakes
    takes baking to the next
    level with a delightful
    selection. Try the mango,
    almond apricot or
    creamy caramel, which
    are just a sampling of
    the many flavors avail-
    able. Drop in if you need
    a few, order ahead if you
    need a lot.
    For a complete meal,
    visit the S & W Grand
    restaurant. This restored
    restaurant was once a
    cafeteria. Today a gallery
    of photographs high-
    lights its history. Sitting
    here, it's easy to imag-
    ine you have traveled
    back in time, and the
    interior of this build-
    ing is simply wonderful.
    Today's diners enjoy the
    classic ambiance of the
    past while indulging in
    delightful meals with
    such choices as Oys-
    ters Rockefeller, Creole
    Stuffed Shrimp and
    North Carolina Trout
    Almandine. It is open for
    lunch and dinner.
    Nama Sushi Bar is
    located in the Old City
    section of Knoxville. His-
    toric Old City features
    a vibrant mix of galler-
    ies, boutiques, coffee
    houses, antique stores,
    nightclubs, restaurants


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    Enjoy the Blue Plate Special while watching a live radio show featuring country musicians in the
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    and the Blue Slip Winery
    (Knoxville's only winery
    featuring Tennessee-
    grown grapes).
    Walking around Old
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    in time, with the best of
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    of specialty rolls. Fusing
    tradition with American
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    meal.
    The best dessert after
    a good meal is food for
    the soul. There is an
    abundance of entertain-
    ment options in the
    heart of the city.
    Bijou Theatre features
    live music and other
    events in a historic (and
    some say haunted)
    atmosphere. The
    fourth-oldest building in
    Knoxville was built as a
    tavern and hotel in 1817.
    It has housed its share
    of businesses, including
    a car dealership. Early
    performers included
    the Marx Brothers and
    Dizzy Gillespie. Like
    many buildings, it fell
    into disrepair. Fortu-
    nately, it was restored. It
    reopened as a theater in
    2006.
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    took place at the nearby
    Tennessee Theatre.
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    Register of Historic
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    the Official State Theatre
    of Tennessee, the theater
    offers vintage films,
    dance, theater and other
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    to the Knoxville Opera
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    The Beck Cultural
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    of African-Americans
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    black federal judge in
    the United States (1950)
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    at the visitor center in down-
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    Alex Haley ("Roots")
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    statue of Haley is a
    favorite with the chil-
    dren who play in the
    adjacent park.
    Armstrong-Lockett
    House at Crescent Bend
    was built in 1834 by
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    overlooking the Ten-
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    from the bend in the
    river where the home is
    located.
    Another home with
    historic connections
    is the Mabry-Hazen
    House. The home served
    as headquarters for both
    Union and Confederate
    troops. More than 1,600
    Civil War soldiers are
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    WEEKEND EDITION JANUARY 7, 2012


    FINE WHINES


    Give me patience NOW!


    By BOB MUDGE
    EDITOR

    I wrote last week
    about the New Year's
    resolutions I made for
    other people, not being
    in need of any improve-
    ment myself. That was a
    joke, of course. I do have
    a flaw: impatience.
    Those of us who are
    perfect sometimes have
    a hard time tolerating
    those of you who aren't.
    Fortunately, it being my
    only flaw, my impatience
    should be readily cur-
    able, and I'm committed
    to fixing it. This column
    constitutes my pledge to
    adopt a more-forgiving
    attitude toward:
    People who think a
    doorway is the perfect
    spot to stop and check
    whether they have their
    glasses with them.
    People who sit trans-
    fixed at a green light like
    an interior decorator
    wondering whether a
    different shade would be
    more attractive.
    People who get to the
    cashier in a store and
    seem taken completely
    by surprise by the need
    to pay for the products
    they want.
    People in line at
    McDonald's who appar-
    ently are trying to decide
    between the steak and
    the pasta.
    People who drive
    so slowly they could
    actually speed up in a
    school zone and not get
    a ticket.
    People who call


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    to complain about an
    article in the paper -
    the other paper. Or who
    have a complaint even
    though they didn't read
    the article, at least not
    closely enough to see
    that the information
    they think is missing is
    actually in there.
    People who don't
    understand that we
    can't honor their request
    not to print their arrest
    in Police Beat, like the
    young lady who called
    me a colorful name after
    I told her the other day
    that if I ever get arrested
    my name won't just be in
    there, it'll be at the top.
    People who insist
    that a grocery store
    should honor an expired
    coupon issued by a
    competitor for a differ-
    ent product than the one
    they're trying to buy.
    People who wouldn't
    make a right on red even
    if there was no traffic
    and they got a gold-
    plated invitation.
    People who think a
    community newspaper
    in Venice, Fla., would
    remotely consider
    printing information
    about their fundraiser in
    another state.
    People who think
    they have an exemp-
    tion from obeying traffic
    rules, including but not
    limited to stop signs and
    no-parking signs.
    People who think no
    laws at all apply to the
    operation of a bicycle.
    People with a death
    wish who walk out into

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    military vehicles and sci-
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    traffic without looking.
    People who carry on
    a cellphone conversa-
    tion at a volume that
    could be heard by the
    other party even without
    a cellphone.
    People who dump
    cigarette butts, soda
    cans and other trash
    wherever they want
    because they apparently
    think the world is their
    trash can.
    People who don't rec-
    ognize that the purpose
    of a line in a store is so
    that people take turns
    being waited on.
    People who consider
    the phrase "Happy Holi-
    days" the conversational
    equivalent of an obscene
    gesture.
    People who take
    curves so slowly they
    get passed by pedestri-
    ans but still can't stay in
    their own lane.
    People who criticize
    actions by the opposing
    political party that they
    would be praising their
    party for.
    People who are
    recent arrivals from out
    of state but already think
    they know everything
    there is to know about
    Venice and the state of
    Florida.
    People who act as if
    a new ice age has begun
    whenever the tempera-
    ture drops below 70 here.
    People who can
    never think of a clever
    way to end a newspaper
    column.

    Email: bmudge@venicegondolier.com

    Call: Don, 497-7901

    Beach nature walk
    Time: 9-11 a.m., second
    and third Tuesday of the
    month
    Where: Caspersen Beach,


    Every time I hear some-
    one say, "If I were you"
    or "I wish I were going,"
    it always surprises me.
    When I hear people say
    things like, "It's crucial
    you be there," I'm even
    more surprised.
    Chances are, if you
    asked these people why
    they used "were" instead
    of "was" or "be" instead of
    "are," many couldn't tell
    you. If you asked them to
    explain the subjunctive
    mood, most couldn't tell
    you that, either.
    Yet without even fully
    understanding the sub-
    junctive, people use it
    correctly all the time.
    It's when we stop to
    think about it that we can
    get messed up: For exam-
    ple, if it's correct to say
    "I was going," why do we
    suddenly change "was"
    to "were" the minute we
    make it a wish or an if?
    Similarly, if we use "are"
    in "you are there," why
    would we change it to
    "be" if tacked "it's crucial"
    on front of the sentence?
    The reason is that those
    ifs, wishes and statements
    of necessity actually
    cause a mood change in
    the sentence. Sentences
    come in three moods.
    The indicative is the most

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    common mood. It refers
    to simple statements like
    "I am here" and "you are
    going." The imperative
    mood means commands:
    "Get my slippers." "Eat
    more vegetables."
    The only other mood
    in the English language,
    the subjunctive, is little
    understood and half-dead.
    It's undergoing a transi-
    tion from a time when it
    was much more common
    in our language, hence
    the way the word "be" can
    change a normal sentence
    into pirate talk: "We be
    setting sail, matey."
    If you don't want to
    learn the subjunctive,
    you don't have to. Making
    your verbs conform to
    subjunctive forms is often
    optional and the rest of
    the time it comes natu-
    rally. But if you've ever
    wondered how "I was
    here" and "He is on time"
    become "If I were here"
    and "It's crucial he be on
    time," here's how it works.
    The subjunctive mood,
    according to "Garner's
    Modern American
    Usage," describes any
    sentence with conditions
    contrary to fact, includ-
    ing suppositions (if I were
    taller) and wishes (I wish
    I were taller), as well as
    demands (I demand he
    go now), suggestions (I
    suggest he go now) or
    statements of necessity
    (It's crucial he go now).
    But that's just the
    "when" of the subjunctive.
    Here's the "how": In the
    past tense, the subjunctive
    only really changes one
    verb: "to be." In indicative
    sentences, the simple past
    tense of "be" is "was" or


    "were," but in the sub-
    junctive, it's always "were."
    So the indicative "I was,"
    "he was," "we were," "you
    were" and "they were"
    become in the subjunc-
    tive "I were," "he were,"
    "we were," "you were"
    and "they were." Because
    some of those were "were"
    in the indicative anyway,
    you only end up chang-
    ing the first-person and
    third-person forms: I and
    he/she/it.
    In the present tense,
    the subjunctive affects
    not just "be" but all verbs.
    You form it by replacing
    the conjugated form with
    the base form, which you
    can think of as the infini-
    tive without the "to." So
    in "to walk" the base form
    is "walk" and you'd plug
    that in for the conjugated
    form "walks" to get a
    subjunctive sentence like
    "It's crucial he walk every
    day." But, again, most
    subjects would have used
    "walk" in the indicative,
    anyway: "I walk," "you
    walk," "we walk," "they
    walk," leaving only he,
    she and it with "walks."
    The only irregular
    form is be, which in the
    present tense indicative
    is "am," "is" or "are. So
    the indicative "You are
    on time" becomes in the
    subjunctive "It's crucial
    you be on time."
    To me, it's pretty
    impressive how often
    people get that right.

    June Casagrande is
    author of"It Was the
    Best of Sentences, It Was
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    Availability

    and the

    will of God

    "The kingdom of
    heaven is like treasure
    hidden in afield. When
    a man found it, he hid it
    again and then in his joy
    went and sold all he had
    and bought that field."
    (Matthew 13:44)
    You have heard it
    said before and it bears
    repeating: God doesn't
    care about your abil-
    ity, He only wants your
    availability. Your avail-
    ability is "radical faith."
    Your availability to do
    whatever it is that God
    calls you to do is what
    God is looking for, and
    this availability is pre-
    cisely why Jesus died on
    the cross to set you free
    from your sins.
    Too many of us believe
    that Jesus died on the
    cross to set us free from
    our sins so that we could
    go to heaven someday.
    While this is true, it is
    not the whole truth.
    Jesus didn't die on the
    cross so that we could
    only go to heaven some-
    day. Jesus died on the
    cross so that we would
    be set free to live out the
    will of God today.
    What is the will of God
    for your life? That is the
    $10 million question,
    and if I could answer
    that for each and every
    single person I would
    have a booming busi-
    ness. What we do know
    is that the will of God for
    each person is as indi-
    vidual as each person.
    The will of God for my
    life is not necessarily the
    will of God for your life.
    What we all hold in
    common, in relation to
    the will of God for our
    lives, is our availability.
    Are we willing to give it
    all away? Are we will-
    ing to trade it all for one
    thing, whatever that one
    thing may be? Are we
    willing to do whatever
    it is that God calls us to
    do? This availability is
    our radical faith.

    The Rev. David Miller
    is pastor of First Chris-
    tian Church in Venice.

    You're Invited
    CHRIST UNITED
    I METHODIST
    CHURCH
    Jerry Van Dyken, Pastor
    Larry Potts, Associate Pastor
    Sunday Traditional
    Worship Services
    8:00 and 10:45 am
    Contemporary Service 9:15 am
    Sunday School 9:15 am
    and 10:30 am
    Nursery Provided for
    All Services
    Parking shuttle provided
    493-7504
    1475 Center Road, Venice
    www.cumc.info


    I RELIGION BRIEFS


    Music
    Venice Perform-
    ing Arts Series presents
    "Amahl and the Night
    Visitors" and 12th Night
    Madrigal Concert featur-
    ing Deborah Berioli,
    and Conductor Ken-
    neth Bowermeister at
    4 p.m. and 8 p.m. today
    at Venice Church of the
    Nazarene, 1535 E. Venice
    Ave. 941-284-5972
    Venice Church of the
    Nazarene, 1535 E. Venice
    Ave., hosts a concert
    with pianist Dr. Jerry
    Nelson at 10:30 a.m.
    Monday, Jan. 9, at the
    keyboard with a full-
    screen video overhead
    while he plays "in sync"
    with great orchestras
    from around the world.
    Free-will offering.
    941-488-5007
    Edwin Winddancer,
    international Ameri-
    can Indian performing
    artist and educator of
    Nanticoke and Chero-
    kee descent, performs
    through music and
    storytelling at 7 p.m.
    Wednesday, Jan. 11, at
    Unity Church of Venice,
    125 North Jackson Road.
    Offering. 941-484-5342
    Venice Interfaith
    Community Association
    presents "In Harmony:
    Exploring Sacred Music
    Throughout the Ages"
    during its 2012 Winter
    Series consisting of
    six Monday evening
    sessions, the first one
    starting at 7 p.m. Jan. 16
    with Martin Luther King
    Jr. Day celebrated in
    music. The series con-
    tinues through Feb. 20
    at Unitarian Universalist


    Congregation of Venice,
    1971 Pinebrook Road.
    Suggested donation: $5.
    941-496-4818.

    Jewish artists
    Baila Miller facilitates
    in a multimedia artistic
    program at the Yiddish
    Cultural Center, Jewish
    Congregation of Ven-
    ice, 600 North Auburn
    Road at 2 p.m. Sunday,
    Jan. 8. Donation: $3 JCV
    members; others, $5.
    941-416-4362

    Assistance
    ministry
    Assembly of God
    and the Community
    Assistance Ministry of
    Trinity Presbyterian
    Church are expanding
    their current hours of
    operation to 10:30 a.m.
    to 3 p.m. Monday.
    Starting Jan. 9, CAM
    will be open Mondays,
    Tuesday and Thursdays
    from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    Assistance includes the
    Food Pantry, Cloth-
    ing Closet, emergency
    financial assistance, bus
    passes, gasoline vouch-
    ers and utility assistance,
    all at no charge. Dona-
    tions and volunteers are
    always needed. Trinity
    Presbyterian is at 1623
    East Cypress Point Drive.
    941-323-2024

    Aglow
    The Venice/Englewood
    Aglow meets at 6:30 p.m.
    Tuesday, Jan. 10, at the
    Venice Health Park.
    Free and open to all.
    941-626-9274


    Pancakes


    Christ United Meth-
    odist Church, 1475 Cen-
    ter Road, offers pancakes


    to order, biscuits and
    gravy, french toast,
    bacon and sausage, from
    8 to 9:30 a.m., the first
    Saturday of every month.


    Cost: $4; children under
    12, free; over 12, $1.
    941-493-7504

    RELIGION 19


    I RELIGION STUDY AND CLASSES


    Venice Bible Church,
    2395 West Shamrock
    Drive, announces a new
    12-week Women's Bible
    Study at 9:15 a.m. start-
    ing Jan. 9 on the Book
    of Revelation (Part 2 in
    a series) by Kaye Arthur.
    Call 941-493-2788 to
    register.
    First Baptist Church,
    312 W Miami Ave., offers
    several classes open to
    the community: Begin-
    ning Jan. 12 Thursdays:
    Ladies Bible Study with
    James, "Mercy Triumphs"
    with Anne Hartoko-
    mis; Beginning Jan. 17,
    9:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
    Tuesday: Ladies Bible
    Study; 6 p.m. Wednes-
    days: Prayer and Bible
    study with Pastor Tom
    Hodge; Middle School
    with Pastor Nathan Rice;
    Children's ministries with
    Bible study and activi-
    ties birth to fifth grade.


    Venice-
    ^ Nokomis
    United Methodist
    Church
    Sunday Worship:
    10 AM
    Children's Puppet Church:
    10:15 AM
    Adult Sunday School
    11:15 AM
    Youth Fellowship Monday
    5:30 PM
    208 Palm Avenue, Nokomis
    Phone 488-4137
    (West of US 41,4 blks. South of
    Albee RdlMatthew Currie Ford)
    www.vnumc.net
    vnumc(daystar.net s
    Senior Pastor, Glenda Brayman I


    I Worship with us: Sat. 5 pm Sun. 8:30 am & 11 am
    Counseling Appointments 926-2959 440702 I


    SUNDAY WORSHIP
    9 & 11 AM
    Children's Sunday School-9 AM


    Venice
    Pr-('sf )yterian
    Uhurch


    NEW MESSAGE SERIES
    Faith and Football: Insights on the spiritual
    life from America's most popular sport.
    Pastor Chris Romig
    Beth Moore Bible Study-Begins Jan 17
    www.venlcepresbyterlan.org 488-2258 ...'-- ..-.


    Beginning Jan. 18 at
    6 p.m., Wednesday: Game
    Plan for Life with Jeff
    Caudill and Randy Koach;
    Why I Believe with Kenny
    Martin: How to Share Your
    Faith with Allan Crull; I
    Was Broke Now I'm Not
    (TBA); Parents of Teenag-
    ers (TBA); Grief Share
    with Marlene Bechtold;
    Hispanic Ministry with
    Leo Gomez. 941-485-1314
    Calvary Bible
    Church, 1936 E. Venice
    Ave., offers a free com-
    munity arts and crafts
    class from 10:30 a.m. to
    12:30 p.m. every Friday
    in fellowship hall. For
    information, call Anne at
    941-408-9315.
    The Jewish Congre-
    gation of Venice, 600
    North Auburn Road,
    offers Hebrew language
    instruction for adults.
    Native Hebrew speaker
    Chaya Perera is an


    experienced teacher of
    adults and children at all
    levels. Classes held once
    a week, on Monday or
    Wednesday. Average fee:
    $10 an hour. No grades,
    no tests. 941-488-8128
    JCV also presents Get
    More out of Being Jew-
    ish, with Rabbi Daniel
    Krimsky, from 1 to 2 p.m.
    Thursday. Each class
    stands alone to help in a
    deeper exploration into
    traditional and modern
    Jewish texts for enrich-
    ing your daily life. No
    charge. Open to Jews of
    all backgrounds, inter-
    faith families and anyone
    interested in Judaism.
    For more information,
    call 941-484-2022.
    Prince of Peace
    Lutheran Church, 2222
    Englewood Road, Engle-
    wood, offers free classes
    in knitting, crocheting
    or Swedish weaving


    Vtence United Church of Christ
    620 SHAMROCK BLVD. VENICE, FL,34293
    www.veniceucc.org 493-6741
    SUNDAY SERVICE 10:00 am
    V "~CIMMIN y TE W I I NO ff I1TrATA TiM"


    iANewLife
    COMMUNITY CENTER
    home of 7ew, .efle Atsembl of God


    www.nlaog.org
    941.493.0775


    S 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: 1st and 3rd Tuesdays 7:00 p.m.
    Celebrate Recovery: Fridays 6:00 p.m.



    C! race
    unitedd methodist Church
    Contemporary Service at 9am Traditional Service 11 am
    LifeWAY Sunday School Classes at 9:30am & 10:15am
    o Nursery Available for all services

    Pastor Thomas J. Derrough
    ,0EFii lAe.O eIs "and
    94-88174-graeothiladI


    at 2 p.m. Wednesday.
    Practice materials will be
    provided for introducing
    basic concepts. If you
    are experienced, come
    share your knowledge.
    941-475-1231
    Buddhist medita-
    tion classes will be held
    at 5 p.m. Wednesday at
    Unitarian Universalist
    Congregation of Venice,
    1971 Pinebrook Road.
    Class fee: $10; walk-ins
    welcome. Increase your
    peace finding happiness
    inside. 941-373-1600
    Mindful medita-
    tion, instruction based
    on Buddhist philoso-
    phy, is held from 6:30 to
    8:30 p.m. Thursday at
    251 South Tamiami Trail.
    Donations accepted. Call
    941-929-4063 or visit
    www.meditationvenice.
    com.
    New Life Assem-
    bly of God, 5800 South


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    Tamiami Trail, holds sign
    language classes open to
    the community at New
    Life Community Center
    from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on
    the first and third Thurs-
    days of each month. For
    more information, call
    941-493-0775.
    Chabad of Venice &
    North Port, 2169 South
    Tamiami Trail, offers its
    Women's Weekly Class at
    11 a.m. Tuesday for dis-
    cussions and the oppor-
    tunity to meet other
    Jewish women. Cake and
    coffee served.
    Unity Church of
    Venice, 125 North
    Jackson Road, offers A
    Course in Miracles from
    6:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday
    in Fellowship Hall. No
    preparation required.
    New participants wel-
    come. Love offering. Call
    Donna at 941-468-5177
    or Judy at 941-488-6440.


    VENICE BIBLE
    CHURCH
    Loving God, Loving People, Making Disciples
    There's something
    for every member of the family!
    SUNDAYS
    9:00 a.m. Bible Classes
    10:30 a.m. Worship
    CHILDREN YOUTH SMALL GROUPS
    493-2788
    www.VeniceBibleChurch.com
    9395 W. Shamrock Dr. (9 blocks west of US 41)


    PHOTO COURTESY OF UNITED METHODIST CHURCH


    Surprise reception for 105-year-old

    Much to her surprise, Ruth Ford, who had just turned 105, received a birthday reception
    after the Sunday morning service at Venice-Nokomis United Methodist Church recently. An
    active member of the congregation for 54 years, Ford was born in Lowville, N.Y., and now
    resides at Village On The Isle.


    SSt Mark's Episcopal Church
    508 Riviera Street, Venice (2 blocks west of Vemce Regional Medical Center)
    Saturday 5:00 p.m. Holy Communion (contemporary music)
    Sunday 8:00 a.m. Holy Communion
    9:30 a.m. Holy Communion (with nursery)
    10:30 a.m. Christian Education (adult and youth) E
    11:15 a.m. Holy Communion 8
    (Breakfast served 1st Sunday of each month 9 00-11 00)
    Wednesday 9:30 a.m. Holy Communion & Healing Service
    The Rev James H Puryear, Rector The Rev Earl Beshears, Assoc. Rector
    . Visit us on the web at: www.stmarksvenice.org


    LAKESIDE LUTHERAN
    CHURCH
    2401 S. Tamiami Trail (Across from So. Cty. Admin. Bldg.)
    493-5102
    web: www.lakesidelutheran.net
    g email: LLC@lakesidelutheran.net
    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
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    :WEEKEND EDITION JANUARY 7, 2012


    I LIBRARY BRIEFS
    Venice Public Library
    300 S. Nokomis Ave., Venice
    941-861-1347

    The Great
    American Musical
    Monday, Jan. 9, 2 p.m.
    Major theme is Oscar
    Hammerstein II and
    the rise of the great
    American musical. Bob
    Griffiths continues his
    monthly lecture series
    with a talk on the life and
    works of George Ger-
    shwin and his longtime
    friend, pianist and wit
    Oscar Levant.

    Film festival
    Thursday, Jan. 12,
    1 p.m. and 6 p.m.
    In January, Neil Simon's


    RELIGION
    FROM PAGE 8

    Venice-Nokomis
    United Methodist Church,
    208 Palm Ave., Nokomis,
    holds a pancake break-
    fast and garage sale from
    7:30 to 10 a.m., the first
    Saturday of each month.
    The cost is $4 per person;


    popular plays and films
    will be featured.
    Jack Lemmon and
    Sandy Dennis are "The
    Out-of-Towners" visiting
    the Big Apple from Ohio
    in this film adaptation of
    Simon's hit play.

    Practice
    your French
    Friday, 10-11:30 a.m.
    If you have a basic
    knowledge of the French
    language and wish to
    practice those skills, you
    are invited to attend
    weekly meetings of
    the VPL French Club.
    Practice French conver-
    sation during the first
    hour followed by reading
    from French literature
    and current topics. No


    kids $2 and toddlers free.
    Garage sale includes
    tools, appliances, glass-
    ware, golf clubs, furniture
    and more. Funds go to
    charities. 941-488-4137
    Grace United Meth-
    odist Men's Club, 400 E.
    Field Ave., offers all-you-
    can-eat pancake break-
    fasts from 8 to 10 a.m. the
    first and third Saturdays
    of each month through


    registration is required.
    New members welcome.

    Gardening
    questions
    Thursday, 10 a.m.-
    noon
    Bring gardening ques-
    tions to receive help
    from the Sarasota County
    Extension Service.

    Preschool
    Storytime
    Tuesday, 10-10:30 a.m.,
    for ages 3-5

    Tot Time
    Wednesday,
    10-10:30 a.m., ages 1
    month to 3 years.
    Play with toys, and

    April. Sausage, eggs, bis-
    cuits 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 Sun-
    day of every month. No
    tickets, coupons or money
    needed. All are welcome.
    Knights of Columbus,


    then story time.

    New nonfiction
    books at the library
    "The Better Angels of
    Our Nature: Why Vio-
    lence Has Declined," by
    Steven Pinker (New York:
    Viking, 2011)
    "Civilization: The
    West and the Rest," by
    Niall Ferguson (New
    York: Penguin Press,
    2011)
    "Steve Jobs," by Walter
    Isaacson (New York:
    Simon & Schuster, 2011)
    "A Train in Winter: An
    Extraordinary Story of
    Women, Friendship, and
    Resistance in Occupied
    France," by Caroline
    Moorehead (New York:
    Harper, 2011)

    512 Substation Road,
    offers a pancake break-
    fast from 8 to 11 a.m. the
    first and third Sundays.
    941-485-1663

    Donations needed
    Our Neighbors'
    Goods is a nonprofit
    fair-trade shop at Venice
    Community Church of
    the Brethren at which


    Weaver to speak
    at end-of-life

    seminar


    "The Viral Storm: The
    Dawn of a New Pandemic
    Age," by Nathan Wolfe
    (New York: Times Books,
    2011)
    "We Meant Well: How

    handcrafted jewelry,
    ornaments and decora-
    tive items from around
    the world can be bought.
    Volunteers are needed
    to staff the shop. Call
    941-355-2029 for more
    information.
    The Community
    Assistance Ministry of
    Trinity Presbyterian
    Church, 4365 State
    Road 776, is collecting


    SUN NEWSPAPERS 9B


    Christ United Methodist
    Church, 1475 Center Road,
    presents "From Here to
    Eternity," a seminar, from
    9 a.m. to noon Saturday,
    Jan. 14, with guest
    speaker Marsha Weaver,
    author of "Through the
    Valley,"a personal and
    business guide for fami-
    lies and friends dealing
    with the loss of a loved
    one. The seminar is free
    and open to the public.
    One copy per family of
    Weaver's book will be
    given out free to those
    in attendance. RSVP at
    941-493-7504.


    I Helped Lose the Battle
    for the Hearts and Minds
    of the Iraqi People," by
    Peter Van Buren (New
    York: Metropolitan
    Books, 2011)

    donations of the follow-
    ing items for 1,000-plus
    needy people in the
    community: bar soap,
    toothpaste and tooth-
    brushes, 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.


    KNOXVILLE IFYOU GO


    FROM PAGE 6

    on 6 acres atop Mabry's
    Hill. It was built in 1858
    and housed three genera-
    tions of the same family
    from 1858 to 1987. This
    stately home showcases
    one of the largest origi-
    nal family collections in
    America. Artifacts includ-
    ing china, silver, crystal
    and antique furnishings
    offer a rare glimpse into
    the past of this colorful
    and sometimes ill-tem-
    pered family. Hear about
    the family's connections
    to the Civil War; a gunfight
    on Gay Street in 1882;
    and a breach of promise
    lawsuit in the early 1930s.
    This family had moxie.

    Making music
    Knoxville is known as


    WELL-BEING

    FROM PAGE 2

    9:30 a.m.-noon, and
    Jan. 25, 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m.,
    at The Salvation Army
    Family Store, 1160 South
    U.S. 41 Bypass.
    Laurel -Wednesday,
    Jan. 18, 2-5 p.m., U.S.
    Department of Agricul-
    ture food distribution


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    Travel north on Interstate 75 to
    Knoxville from Southwest Florida.
    Magpies Bakery, 846 N. Central
    St., 865-673-0471, www.
    magpiescakes.com
    S&W Grand, 513 S. Gay St.,
    865-566-9800, www.swgrand.
    corn
    Nama Sushi Bar, 135 S. Gay St.,
    865-633-8539, www.
    namasushibar.com
    Bijou Theatre, 803 S. Gay St,
    865-522-0832, www.knoxbijou.
    corn
    Tennessee Theatre and
    Knoxville Opera, 604 S. Gay St.,

    the Cradle of Country
    Music. Before Nashville
    made its mark, many
    musicians got their big
    breaks in Knoxville.
    WDMX Blue Plate
    Special offers free
    lunchtime music at the
    Knoxville Visitor Center
    Monday through Thurs-
    day at noon and at the

    are open to the com-
    munity at New Life
    Community Center,
    5800 South Tamiami
    Trail, Venice, and are
    held the first and third
    Thursday of the month
    from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Call
    the church office at
    941-493-0775.

    South County
    Food Pantry


    865-684-1200 and 865-524-0795
    (opera). www.tennesseetheatre.
    corn, www.knoxvilleopera.com
    Beck Cultural Exchange Center,
    1927 Dandridge Ave., 865-524-
    8461, www.beckcenter.net
    Armstrong-Lockett House at
    Crescent Bend, 2728 Kingston
    Pike, 865-544-3000
    Mabry-Hazen House, 1711
    Dandridge Ave., 865-522-8661,
    www.mabryhouse.com
    Knoxville Visitor Center, 301
    S. Gay St., 865-342-9143, www.
    knoxville.org
    East Tennessee History Center,
    601 S. Gay St., 865-215-8824,
    www.east-tennessee-history.org

    Square Room located
    nearby on Market Square
    for a larger audience
    Friday. Enjoy local and
    national acts from all
    music genres while you
    sample Caf6 Gourmet's
    regionally roasted coffee
    and light fare, including
    Calhoun's world-famous
    barbecue, or just grab a

    Martial arts

    Free martial arts
    classes are offered Mon-
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    2141 South Tamiami
    Trail, Venice. Monday:
    children, 5:30 p.m.;
    Tuesday: seniors, 8 a.m.
    and 7:30 p.m.; Wednes-
    days: police, security and
    firefighters, 8 a.m. and
    7:30 p.m.; Fridays: ser-
    vice industry, 8 a.m. and


    program, Sandra Sims The food pantry 8:30 p.m.; and Saturdays,
    jerry Community Center, provides food at no women. Call for appoint-
    09 Collins Road. charge to the hungry of ment: 941-525-3389.
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    seat and listen.
    The room is full before
    noon. The second the
    music starts, you're
    hooked. Every performer
    is unique and talented
    and it's hard to believe
    it's not costing you a
    dime. Entertainers stop
    by to be on the radio
    show that broadcasts
    live from here at noon.
    Before or after the show
    and lunch gather tourist
    information at the center
    and shop for locally
    made handicrafts in its
    gift shop.
    The radio station/
    lunchroom/visitor center
    brings the best of Knox-
    ville to life in one conve-
    nient location. Check out
    the wall of "blue plates"
    featuring images of those
    who have performed
    there in past years.
    The Cradle of Country
    Music is a self-guided
    walking tour highlighting

    helps those on Medicare
    navigate the health insur-
    ance system. Free. Open
    10 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday
    through Thursday in the
    Small Appliance Repair
    Shop at Senior Friend-
    ship Centers, 2350 Scenic
    Drive, Venice. AMP will
    train new counselors. Call
    941-584-0051.

    Bereavement
    group
    A bereavement support
    group meets 3-4 p.m.,
    the second and fourth
    Thursday of the month
    in the Administrative
    Conference Room at
    Englewood Community
    Hospital, 700 Medical
    Blvd. Call 941-697-0783;
    email kristyreneea@
    comcast.net.


    the beginnings of coun-
    try music in Knoxville.
    Included in the tour
    are markers featur-
    ing information about
    Dolly Parton (her first
    live radio performance
    was here), Roy Acuff, the
    Everly Brothers and Hank
    Williams (he was last
    seen alive at Knoxville's
    Andrew Johnson Hotel)
    and their connections to
    the area. Brochures are
    available at the Knoxville
    Visitor Center and the
    East Tennessee History
    Center. The East Ten-
    nessee History Center
    features an amazing
    research library and
    archives as well as per-
    manent and temporary
    exhibits highlighting this
    area's rich history and
    current events.
    Today's Knoxville
    is diverse and ener-
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    PHOTO ALBUM


    CONTACT US
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    SUN NEWSPAPERS


    COURTESY PHOTO
    Members of Philanthropic Educational Organization Chapter IK voted to give a portion
    of their annual funds to the Education For Women program Dec. 8 at their meeting at
    Plantation Golf & Country Club.


    PHOTO COURTESY OF GLORIA CASEY


    Venice Women's Sailing Squadron, the Bitter Ends, went sailing Dec. 7 in their Santa hats to get in the
    holiday spirit.


    PHOTO COURTESY OF BOB BYLER
    Trumpeter Armand Olevano, left, heads the Sophisti-
    cated Swing band. Also in the trumpet section are Pete
    Rosa and Joe Bruno.


    German saxophonist and bandleader Klaus Bader was a guest with the Dixie
    Spirit band at T.J. Carney's in November. Shown are trombonist Herb Bruce, left,
    Bader, trumpeter Joe Miller and clarinetist/leader Bud Leeds. Bader also led a
    quartet for a Sarasota Jazz at Two concert and joined a South County Jazz Club
    jam at Snook Haven.


    The trombone section of Sophisticated Swing band,
    now in its second season of Friday dance dates at the
    Venice American Legion: John Cooley, left, Mary Luckett
    and Jim FitzPatrick.


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    Barbara Bahner, seated left, Linda Hespe and Jackie
    Nye, and Maria Oleck, standing left, Ellen Putnoky,
    Carol Tilton, Carole Burke and Kathie Nickelson,
    members of Calusa Lakes Golf and Adventure group,
    enjoy lunch at Bayside Seafood Grill and Bar after
    attending the Naples Museum of Art in early December.


    Venice firefighters delivered Santa in front of Epiphany
    Cathedral Parish Center at 9:15 a.m. Dec. 3 for the breakfast
    with Santa event. He sat in a rocking chair on the brightly
    decorated stage. Elf helpers Erin McGrath and Kelly Kennedy
    gave each child a special goody bag filled with surprises from
    Santa. Breakfast fare included fresh fruit, breakfast casseroles,
    bagels, doughnuts, milk, coffee and juice. Events included face-
    painting, a craft table, book and cookie sales and a raffle with
    proceeds going to the preschool tuition assistance program.

    SHARE YOUR PHOTOS
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    inches with a list of who or what is in the photograph to
    ablackwell@venicegondolier.com, or mail photos to:
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    COURTESY PHOTO


    Tonya Sauppe stands beside the Christmas tree she created for
    the Venice Art Center. It was purchased and then donated by
    The Edmund and Elizabeth Campbell Foundation to the Senior
    Friendship Centers to be used each year as a holiday decoration
    at the center.


    Tom Kelly, left, CEO of Village On The Isle, and Ruth Ford, a
    105-year-old resident who lives in Mark Manor Assisted Living,
    visit with Congressman Vern Buchanan during his recent visit.
    Buchanan learned about the E-MARS system that is designed
    to ensure safe and timely delivery of medications to patients,
    the Caretaker system that electronically tracks hands-on
    care provided, the Meals On Wheels program and the newly
    expanded rehab center.


    PHOTO COURTESY OF CHRIS SKELTON


    Dr. Art Whistler, right, traveled from Honolulu to open a bottle
    with Bob Peters, of Nokomis, at the Nokomis Drum Circle.


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    Wth all the em-
    phasis on green
    this and that,
    I thought an article on
    these two totally "green"
    forms of transportation
    would be of special inter-
    est at this time.
    This 1971 Porsche
    model 914 caught my eye
    several times at events
    in Charlotte County
    and recently during
    the Punta Gorda Home
    Depot Cruise-In while it
    was parked next to the
    1998 all-electric Ford
    pickup owned by John
    Ryder. When I spoke to


    the owner, Jim Greeson,
    he was about to leave to
    go home to prepare for a
    New Year's Eve party. Af-
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    to use his interesting car,
    which drew spectators
    to it all morning, for a


    Front batteries of the electric Porsche 914.


    Rear batteries. Front and rear batteries equal a total of 48.


    column about all-electric
    vehicles, Jim said there
    simply wasn't enough
    time to be interviewed
    but an email would be
    created and sent to me
    Sunday. Here are the
    results:
    "I always wanted to
    have an electric car but
    the 'big auto manufac-
    turers' didn't have any
    on their lots ... so I built
    my own. It was a fam-
    ily project with me and
    my wife. I'm not a 'car
    guy' so it was challeng-
    ing along the way. They
    are just starting to build
    electric vehicles now, but
    most are 100 (percent)
    powered by petroleum
    (hybrids) or have limited
    range (less than 80 miles)
    and cost over twice what
    this automobile cost.
    "I started the project
    in the fall of 2009. Three
    days of Internet search-
    ing produced all the
    necessary information
    to make an electric car.
    After showing photos
    of (five) cars that would
    make good conversions
    to my wife Bonita, she
    picked the 914 as the
    one that looked the best.
    Since I had owned two
    91 Is in the past and was
    familiar with German
    engineering, it had an
    advantage.
    "The car was pur-
    chased in Wisconsin (in)
    December for $3,500 and
    we drove it to our home
    in Fort Myers Beach then
    sold the engine, exhaust,
    fuel tank, etc. Took a year
    in restoring the car. Me-
    chanical, electrical, body
    work, interior, under-
    neath ... all put back (to)


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    Jim Greeson, owner of the electric Porsche 914.


    like-new condition, plus
    another three months to
    install the electric drive.
    After testing and a few
    tweaks, everything was
    finished in May 2010 and
    now has over 3,500 miles
    without ever stopping at
    a gas station. Total cost of


    the project was less than
    $20,000, including $8,000
    for the 48 batteries,
    which should last many,
    many, many years.
    "Initial weight was
    2,200 pounds and the
    finished car weighs 2,570
    pounds; top speed is over


    100 mph. Acceleration is
    30 (percent) faster than
    the original. One had to
    wait (five) minutes after
    driving to get any heat out
    of the original air-cooled
    engine. This electric car

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    has instant heat, which
    can be turned on before
    the car. It comes from two
    hair blow dryers donated
    by my wife. We took the
    handles off, wired them in
    and bolted on to the origi-
    nal air-mixing box. Instant
    heat and no fumes!
    "We had two surprises:
    1.) was how easy it was to
    convert any car to electric.
    All the info is out there in
    books and on the Internet.
    I found out it was 'old'
    technology, nothing to it!
    There are lots of compa-
    nies that sell the parts,
    kits, etc. Converting to
    electric was easier than
    restoring the car. Think
    about an electric golf cart
    with just a little bigger
    motor and more batteries.
    That's it. I feel any high
    school auto repair class
    could do a conversion.
    Electric cars have been
    around a long time. The
    first built by Ferdinand
    Porsche, the founder
    of the famous car, was
    electric in 1898. During
    1907, the Anderson Car-
    riage Company produced
    their first electric car. The
    Detroit Electric was rated
    at 80 miles per charge,
    with the record of (more
    than) 211 miles on one
    charge. Thomas Edison
    worked on developing a
    practical electric bat-

    NUTS AND BOLTS
    *Two unique cars needed
    as soon as possible: A gold- or
    near-gold-colored vintage vehicle
    for a publicity photo plus a Bricklin
    Gullwing are needed for an article
    with a local doctor's DeLorean.
    Please phone me at 941-626-4452.
    The Veteran Motor Car Club of
    America needs a 1955 Ford Main-
    line two-door sedan and or a 1961
    Pontiac Catalina two-door sedan
    in any condition to be rebuilt by
    the volunteers for Punta Gorda
    Police Department P.R. use. Please
    phone Don or Lee Royston at
    941-575-0202 or 941-626-4452.


    tery for an electric auto.
    Edison and Henry Ford
    decided to work together
    to make an electric car the
    main transportation for
    Henry's wife, Clara, who
    refused to drive gasoline
    cars or "explosion cars" as
    they were called (mostly
    by electric car salesmen).
    Her 1914 model 47 resided
    at Fair Lane Estate from
    1914 through the 1930s. In
    1900, the electric automo-
    bile was in its heyday. Of
    the 4,192 cars produced
    that year, 28 percent were
    powered by electricity,
    and electric autos repre-
    sented about one third of
    all cars found on the roads
    in NewYork City, Boston
    and Chicago at that time.
    "2.) Second surprise
    was how we use it. Both
    of us initially thought it
    would be just a toy; now
    it is our primary vehicle,
    driving it every day and
    seldom use 'the other
    car.'" Web page with
    some technical details:
    www.evalbum.com/3439.
    "Lots of people ask
    about length of charge
    or range. Here's how it
    worked out for us: After a
    day of driving, shopping,
    visiting friends, going
    out to eat the car ends
    up in the garage with
    the charge 30 (percent)
    down. After two more
    days it's now down to 20
    (percent), and so we plug
    it in; (six) hours later, it's
    topped off for another
    (three) days. We could, of
    course, give it a charge

    The VMCCA will display some
    antique vehicles at the Cultural
    Center of Charlotte County in
    conjunction with the Florida
    Golden Gloves boxing matches
    promoted by Dr. Mark Asperilla. If
    you have an old car and would like
    to exhibit also, phone Mel Kearney
    at 941-625-2150 or 941-661-8589.
    Save these dates: **Jan. 21 is
    The Salvation Army Fund Replen-
    ishment Benefit Open Trophy Car
    Show at Muscle Car City. (New
    Quick Lane Team Judging will take
    place immediately after making
    your minimum $10 donation and
    registering.) For more information,
    call 941-575-0202.**Feb. 11 is


    every night and that
    would be fine. All charg-
    ing is done at home with
    standard wall plugs. For
    us range is a nonissue.
    If we need to drive to
    Miami and back the same
    day, we would just take
    the other car." A lot of
    people talk about climate
    change, pollution, etc.,
    but we did something
    about it and haven't
    stopped at a gas station in
    over a year. No gas, oil or
    exhaust ... ever!
    "Driving the car is fun,
    laughing every time we
    see people pump gasoline.
    It is responsive and fast.
    Max electric motor torque
    is at zero RPM, so we get
    off the line fairly quick.
    The Porsche 914 is famous
    for its cornering and this
    one is no exception."
    What a nice explana-
    tion of how this neat car
    came to be!
    Some personal back-
    ground regarding this
    couple: Jim, 59, was born
    and raised in Huntington,
    WVa., and learned to fly
    at age 16. Currently he's a
    pilot for a major airline.
    Bonita was a native of Ar-
    cadia, Wis., and grew up
    to be a nurse for 16 years,
    followed by 20 years as
    an airline stewardess,
    retiring recently. Between
    them they have five
    grown children and seven
    grandchildren. Their
    reasons for residing in
    Florida include the good
    weather and easy lifestyle.

    the Fifth Annual Sun Newspapers
    Mid-Winter Open House and
    Collector Car Show. For more
    information, call 941-235-7701.
    Information for collector car
    events: Larry Day of Lee County has
    cruise-in and show information
    from Naples to Sarasota. Email him
    at lwnkday@aol.com to get his free
    newsletter with all the details.
    Also, for similar but some-
    what different hobby happenings,
    log onto: www.Flacarshows.com
    or www.musclecarcity.net.
    You also may contact DJs:
    Tommy's Traveling Tunes at
    941-240-5799, or Lance's Cruisin'
    to the Hop at 941-371-1061.


    SUN PHOTOS BY LEE ROYSTON


    John Ryder with his all-electric 1998 Ford Ranger pickup truck.


    I only wish more of his
    information could have
    been used, however when
    you see them at auto
    events, they'll be glad to
    go into details about their
    quick and quiet unique
    automobile.
    The other full electric
    vehicle is the aforemen-
    tioned 1998 Ford pickup,
    which does not now
    nor ever had a gasoline-
    powered motor. Outside
    it looks like a regular
    Ranger half-ton Ford
    truck, but that's where the
    similarity ends. When the
    hood is up and you look
    in, there's only electrical
    components everywhere
    filling the entire engine
    compartment. Knowing
    my limitations of under-
    standing "things" dealing
    with electricity of any
    type, I'll write what I do
    know about John Ryder
    and his rare truck.
    Formerly of northern
    New Jersey, John and
    his wife Eva moved to
    Orlando in 1993 where
    he worked for a large
    packing company for 15
    years before taking an
    early buyout, then came
    to Punta Gorda to retire.
    Sadly to say, Mrs. Ryder
    passed away several
    months ago, so John has
    made the pickup his main
    daily transportation at a
    cost of only $1 per day for
    the time it's using house


    Electrical components in the engine compartment of the 1998
    Ford Ranger. The batteries are in the undercarriage of the truck.


    current to recharge.
    In his past there were
    many cars, including a
    1939 Chevrolet, 1955-57
    Fords and Thunderbirds,
    plus a 1967 Cougar that
    would be collector items
    today. He found this un-
    usual truck for sale by Bro-
    ward County Utilities Co.
    and quickly bought it. After
    a year's labor and many
    dollars, this clever fellow
    personally had rebuilt
    everything regarding the
    drive line, etc., which is, in
    my opinion, very compli-
    cated. Originally 39 8-volt
    lead acid batteries were
    required, however econo-
    my and performance were
    very good, giving a range
    of 86 miles at 45 mph, able
    to go zero to 50 mph in 13
    seconds with a top speed
    of 75 mph. Later, 1999 to


    2002 models used 25, 12-
    volt nickel metal hydride
    batteries, a big improve-
    ment but expensive. A
    total of only 1,500 units
    were sold; later most were
    recalled and taken back to
    Ford.
    Here again we have
    space limitations that do
    not allow for more details
    to be explained today. I
    recommend talking with
    this very knowledgeable
    owner at any of the many
    shows or cruise-ins he
    attends. Also look over
    his illustrated book.
    Don Royston is presi-
    dent and co-founder of
    the Veteran Motor Car
    Club of America SW Flor-
    ida Region, and may be
    reached at 941-575-0202
    or leekr42@embarqmail.
    com.


    Dear Tom and Ray: I
    have a 2009 Nissan Cube.
    I take the car to the
    dealer for oil changes.
    I always use synthetic,
    but at the last oil change,
    they put in regular oil
    by mistake. I drove the
    car for 3,000 miles and
    then asked them to put
    in synthetic oil. Now my
    husband says that I have
    "ruined" the engine by
    switching the oils back
    and forth. Is this true? He
    says that I immediately
    should have asked them
    to drain out the regular
    oil and replace it with
    synthetic before I drove
    the car away. What do
    you think? Mary
    Tom: I think he's got
    his head up his oil drain,
    Mary.
    Ray: When synthetic
    oils first came out, we
    heard rumors that you
    shouldn't switch from


    Switching

    CLICK and CLACK Ray: So ob
    harm is done
    TALK CARS them inyou
    by Tom & Ray Magltozzi or switching
    another.
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    Because anyone who owns a car
    needs a laugh twice a week.

    regular oil to synthetic,
    or vice versa. But we
    never saw any proof that
    this was more than a
    rumor.
    Tom: And now several
    of the major oil compa-
    nies sell synthetic blends,
    which are what? Mixtures
    of regular oil and syn-
    thetic! So they mix them
    right at the factory.


    Start with
    cap when
    solve this
    Dear Tom
    drive a 2005
    cord. Recent
    getting a "ch
    cap" message
    dash. When
    it was prope
    ened, but th
    kept appears
    so far as to r
    cap complete
    and make su
    thing looked
    at which tim


    oils is no bi

    viously, no that the metal flap that DO
    e by mixing normally covers the tio
    r crankcase, opening of the tank do
    from one to was missing. How this pe
    happened is beyond me. tar
    rive happily, How serious a problem the
    nds like the is this? Am I going to for
    ou ruined explode driving down the
    husband's the highway, get 2 mpg, fau
    contribute even more to con
    global warming? Is this me
    i new gas going to cost my life say- lig]
    i trying to ings to fix? Kate "c
    Tom: The answers to in
    Mystery your questions are no, 1
    and Ray: I no, maybe and no. po
    Honda Ac- Ray: I've never seen cap
    tly, I started the little flap fall off, but esc
    ieck fuel I suppose it's possible. spl
    ;e on my It's just a flimsy, hinged sm
    I checked it, piece of sheet metal to An
    rly tight- prevent backsplash when T
    e message you remove the gas cap my
    ing. I went to add fuel. And I had fla
    emove the no idea the flap had a b
    tely to check any connection to the wh
    ire every- emissions system or the Ho
    I normal, "check engine" light. bra
    ie I noticed Tom: I don't think it $25


    1 1


    g deaJ
    )ES have any connec-
    n. Nor would the flap
    any harm if it hap-
    ned to fall into the gas
    ik. It would just sit at
    e bottom of the tank
    *ever. But we DO know
    at if your gas cap is
    ilty or not tightened
    mpletely, that WILL
    ake the "check engine"
    ht come on (or the
    ieck gas cap" message
    your car, Kate).
    Ray: That's because a
    orly fitting or loose gas
    p allows fuel vapors to
    cape into the atmo-
    )here, which creates
    nog, which turns Los
    geles into Beijing.
    tom: And despite the
    mystery of the missing
    p, you may just have
    bad fuel cap. So here's
    hat I'd do. Go to the
    nda dealer and buy a
    and-new gas cap for
    5. Install it and see if


    I


    the light goes off after
    a few days. If it does,
    you just needed a gas
    cap, and the whole flap
    "flap" was just a distrac-
    tion.
    Ray: If the new cap
    doesn't solve the prob-
    lem, then you'll need to
    have a mechanic look at
    it for you. Perhaps the
    top of the fuel filler neck
    got damaged somehow,
    and that's preventing
    the cap from making a
    proper seal. Or maybe
    there's something else
    preventing the fuel sys-
    tem from maintaining
    proper pressure.
    Tom: But rather than
    start by paying $150 for
    the dealer to scan your
    car and do a bunch of
    tests, start with a gas
    cap. It's cheap. It's easy
    to install yourself. And
    it may be all you need.
    Good luck, Kate.


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    motivated, self sufficient
    office help for scheduling,
    computers, and phones.
    Must be able to multi-task,
    work in team environment,
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    SECRETARY/FRONT DESK
    F/T: Customer relations,
    fast paced, must multitask,
    home insurance
    experience preferred.
    Apply in person to:
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    4290 James St, Unit 8
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    (Whidden Industrial Park)
    941-743-4466
    USE CLASSIFIED!
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    MEDICAL
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    ALF FACILITY in need of an
    Activities Director special-
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    ties. FT, M-F, computer liter-
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    St, Punta Gorda. No calls.A
    ARNP, Fulltime, Seeking
    full time ARNP to join our
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    strong interpersonal skill &
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    in a fast paced environ-
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    competitive salary & bene-
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    candidates please fax
    resume to Tina @
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    or email CV to
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    Living 18400 Cochran Blvd
    CNA AND CPR CLASSES,
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    PRACTICE MAKES
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    CNA, RN'S,
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    FLOOR TECHNICIAN- Port
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    is seeking an energetic, self
    starting and experienced floor
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    will have at least 1 to 2 years
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    If interested please apply in
    person at Port Charlotte Reha-
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    13487 Tamiami Trail
    North Port, FL 34287
    Previous experience
    in sales, marketing
    is preferred.
    EOE
    Drug free work place


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    THERAPIST/PT ASSISTANT
    Must Be Experienced. Fax
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    Strong neg. skills, & great
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    Office req. Benefits include:
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    Life, Vol Life, STD, Paid
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    Email resumes to
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    Millennium Physician Group
    is seeking Sr. Accountant.
    BA/BS in accounting w/5+
    yrs. exp. required. Health-
    care exp. pref. Detail ori-
    ented, Strong work ethic.
    Processes Irg. amounts of
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    (141)149453


    CERAMIC TILE
    SALES AND/OR
    INSTALLAION
    35 YRS EXP.
    NO JOB TOO SMALL
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    A+ BARTENDER &
    POKER DEALER TRAINING
    Ages 18+
    1+ week programs
    Job Assistance
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    $35/week Payment Plans
    (941) 564-9633

    ASSISTANT DINING
    ROOM MANAGER
    The F&B Dep. at the
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    The Boca Grande Club
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    Drug Free workplace.
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    oollZ 2040

    LINE COOKS, EXP'D
    FOR SOUTH BEACH on
    Boca Grande.
    941-964-0765
    River City Grill is looking
    for experienced
    Host Line Cook
    Salad Station.
    Apply in Person 2-4 pm.
    131 W. Marion Ave. Punta Gorda
    SERVER IN BUSY CAFE,
    Server position in busy
    cafe-open breakfast and
    lunch.
    Le Petit Jardin Cafe
    1500 Venice Ave East,Venice
    Apply in person

    Waitstaff F/T or P/T yr
    round 5:30am-3p or 1pm-9p
    Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    Apply in person: Spinnaker
    Cafe, 3542 N. Access Rd.,
    Engl.

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    2050


    AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN,
    ASE certification required,
    apply at Buck's Master Car
    Care, 12145 Tamiami Trail,
    NP 34287 941-426-3242
    BODYMAN/PAINTER
    Immediate opening for
    experienced person.
    Auto-Truck-RV. Busy
    shop. DFW, Non-Smoker
    Call Michael Gentry
    (941) 966-5335 or
    fax resume to
    (941) 966-7421



    V1ANTEM

    CABINET/FURNITURE MAK-
    ERS, Texas manufacturer is
    seeking carpenters with preci-
    sion measuring and production
    skills. Relocation assistance
    will be provided for the select-
    ed candidates for immediate
    hire. Must pass background
    check, physical, and drug test.
    Verifiable experience and refer-
    ences a must. Apply online:
    www.vantemmodular.com




    CAGE & GUTTER
    INSTALLERS
    EXPERIENCE A MUST.
    Min 5yrs. (941)-475-1931
    DIRECTIONAL DRILL OPER-
    ATOR EXPERIENCED, CDL
    a plus F/T 941-628-2731
    EXPERIENCED TREE CLIMBER
    and Groundsman, must have
    valid FL DL. 941-889-8204
    MECHANIC/WELDER/Tire
    man needed for local citrus
    company. D/L required with
    clean MVR. Apply in person at
    1192 NE Livingston St., Arca-
    dia, FL. M-F 7am-Spm.
    PLUMBING SERVICE TECH
    5 Years min. experience.
    24 hours on call.
    Fax resume to
    941-488-4693 or email.
    Josh@babesplumbing.com
    EOE DFWP
    PRESSER EXPERIENCED,
    needed at Vanity Dry Cleaners,
    Apply in person at 3596 Tami-
    ami Trl Unit 103 PC 33952

    RV TECHNICIAN
    Immediate opening
    Full Time. Job includes
    chassis, plumbing,
    carpentry, appliance
    repair, LP gas systems,
    electrical systems. DFW,
    Non-Smoker.
    Call Craig Hinshaw at
    (941) 966-5335
    or fax to (941) 966-7421


    SKILLED TRADES
    2050


    RV Sales
    Immediate opening
    selling the best names in
    the industry.
    Experience preferred,
    DFW, Non-Smoker
    Call Jim Alba or
    Steve Erdman at
    (941) 966-2182 or
    fax to (941) 966-7421.
    SALES
    Low 2070



    AUTO SALES
    "HERE WE
    GROW AGAIN!"
    Charlotte County's #1
    Volume Used Car Dealer
    Seeks Sales Women or
    Men to Sell the Cleanest
    "Like New" Cars & Trucks
    in Charlotte County!
    Valid DL a Must!
    Some Sales
    Experience Preferred.
    Complete Training
    Program! Guaranteed
    Salary + Commission.
    Very Agressive Pay Plan!
    Apply in Person to:
    GENE GORMAN
    PREMIER
    1305 S. Tamiami Trail
    Punta Gorda, FL
    (941)-639-7300


    EXPERIENCED OUTSIDE
    ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE,
    Established building materi-
    al supply co. seeks a quali-
    fied and motivated individual
    to join its outside sales
    team. Candidates must
    have a min 2 yrs sales exp.
    & be motivated! Health ben-
    efits, paid vacation 401k,
    salary + commission. Fax
    resumes to 239-567-3967
    DFWP EOE

    INSIDE SALES ACCOUNT
    REPRESENTATIVE for
    Established building materi-
    al supply co. seeks a quali-
    fied and motivated individual
    to join its inside sales team.
    Candidates must have a
    min. 2 yrs sales exp. & be
    motivated! Inventory control
    & purchasing a plus. Health
    benefits, paid vacation
    401k, salary negotiable
    based on experience. Fax
    resumes to 239-567-3967
    DFWP EOE

    Classified = Sales
    Luxury Auto Sales
    Crest Cadillac has a unique
    opportunity for a highly moti-
    vated sales associate to join
    our team. Experienced can-
    didate should have a proven
    track record in sales, a pro-
    fessional manor and great
    attitude. If you are a highly
    successful sales profession-
    al, ready to succeed in the
    automotive market, come
    talk to us. We offer:
    High Income Opportunity
    Great Work Environment
    & Growth Potential
    Benefits include Medical/
    Dental, paid vacation, &
    401(k). Apply in person to:
    2637 S. Tamiami Trail
    Venice FL,
    Email resumes to
    jkaminske@sunsetautogroup.com
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    REAL ESTATE OPENING
    Realtors! Are you looking for
    a full service office with great
    technical support, NO DESK
    FEES, in house training and
    buyer & seller leads?
    Call today for a confidential
    interview.
    ERA Advantage Realty, Inc.
    (941)-255-5300
    j.ament@embarqmail.com


    ICHILD/ADULT
    CARE NEEDED
    2090

    DIRECT CARE 1 excellent
    staff needed for F/T wkends,
    DL, Diploma/GED, 1 yr exp.
    required. Call 941-585-7770
    10a-2p, M-F. FAX 575-2304
    TODDLER TEACHER
    needed for NAEYC accredited
    preschool in North Port. Exp.
    necessary. 941-426-4946
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    NEWSPAPER CARRIERS
    NEEDED:
    The Englewood Sun has
    home delivery routes
    available. Supplement your
    income with this great
    business opportunity. Earn
    $200-$300/week for a few
    early morning hours of
    delivery. Reliable transporta-
    tion, a valid Florida driver's
    license and proof of insur-
    ance are required. Apply in
    person at the Englewood
    Sun 120 W. Dearborn St,
    Englewood Florida, or online
    at www.yoursun.com.

    INDEPENDENT
    NEWSPAPER CARRIERS
    NEEDED:
    The Charlotte Sun has home
    delivery routes
    available. Supplement your
    income with this great
    business opportunity. Earn
    $200-$300/week for a few
    early morning hours of
    delivery. Reliable transporta-
    tion, a valid Florida driver's
    license and proof of insur-
    ance are required. Apply in
    person at the Charlotte Sun
    23170 Harborview Road,
    Englewood Florida, or online
    at www.yoursun.com.

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    In
    The Classifieds!
    INDEPENDENT
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    The Venice Gondolier is
    looking for a delivery
    personone day a week in
    the Sarasota area. Must
    be available during the
    day. Suppliment your
    income with this great
    opportunity. Reliable
    transportation, a valid
    Florida driver's license
    and proof of insurance
    are required.
    Apply in person at the
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    200 E. Venice Ave.
    online at
    www.yoursun.com.


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    DRIVER, Part time. Must have
    clean driving record. Must
    work well with elderly. Apply at
    Palms of Punta Gorda, 2295
    Shreve St.


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    people) is looking for
    quality focused individu-
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    Apply on line at:
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    MAINTENANCE PERSON,
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    Cracker 1020 El Jobean Rd.
    STAFF for after school pro-
    gram, 3p-6p, Mon Fri. for
    Boys & Girls Club in Venice,
    Must be over 18. Call (941)
    485-7050.
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    FT. EXPERIENCED ONLY. Call
    941-485-1478
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    front certified
    Licensed Esthetician
    Licensed Nail Tech
    Please apply in person.
    12200 San Servando Ave
    North Port
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    good computer skills required.
    941-766-7118.

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    Production help for commer-
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    review files and call cus-
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    weekend hours. Must be will-
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    are looking for a career in a
    positive environment with
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    friend of our Lord Jesus
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    be inspired by the love and
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    CEU's 50. Phlebotomy
    $300 State testing
    onsite.
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    work? 3 week accelerated
    program. Hands on Environ-
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    and Local Job placement
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    ASK US

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    1936 E. Venice Ave.
    Venice Friday at
    9am. Study fea-
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    Bible Scholars on
    various subjects.
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    at: 941-485-7070 or visit
    www.CBCVenice.com
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    PC, Open to All Ages.
    For more info 941-766-9357
    FAITH BUILDERS
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    Christian Faith. Call Pastor
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    Lutheran Church for times.
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    Thursday @ 10:30 a.m.
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    Open To Everyone!
    941-639-6309
    FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
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    941-697-7888
    PG BOAT CLUB
    802 Retta Esplanade.
    Tues. 8am.
    WOODCARVING
    941-505-4246 941-575-
    4276
    COIMPLTER ('LASSES
    S3092


    COMPUTER INSTRUCTION
    Lerjin Act.- .!. D ,l ,,oji., Gr'.'
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    |DANCE CLLASSES
    L:: 3093


    BELLY DANCING
    Charlotte Cultural Center
    Saturday. 11am.
    941-276-0935


    S EDUCATION
    3094


    CLASSES FOR
    OFFICERS & MEMBERS
    l oni, the Irule-: ,nd hot the,
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    HOi.:il.ic .'.' In ui ncri:-e
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    1-888-528-5176
    TM PROGRAM
    Warm Mineral Springs
    Every Saturday at 11am
    LECTURE
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    EXERCISE CLASSES
    3095


    400 W. Retta Esplanade
    Saturday at 9:30am.
    TAI CHI QI GONG
    FREE YOGA WITH KAREN
    or, jolo E:m:r' h,
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    Venice Englewood
    North Port 207-1200
    Pt Charlotte Areas
    Call 206-1200


    EXERCISE ('LASSES
    3095


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    151 Center Rd.
    Wednesday 5:30pm
    Thursday 9:00 am
    Saturday 8:30am
    YOGA FOR BEGINNERS
    Pioceedc toi
    Vernic:e Wildlire entre
    Call Rick or Mary
    941-488-1769
    KRIYA YOGA MEDITATION
    1250 Rutledge St.
    Urni, t : hriiih o, Pe::e
    Monday at 7pm.
    941-423-0029
    LEARN TO SQARE DANCE
    Free Intro Session.
    Tue J:,ir,. : 1iI.ri::oori
    :'4'.-, i:ii:idn ieie Pci,[ E:igd.

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    RELIGION CLASSES
    3096


    BEGIN YOUR DAY IN
    DEVOTIONAL STUDY
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    : i400'i. Pini Dive, Punt:
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    CONFIRMATION/BIBLE STUDY
    Adult Ini omn'itioni l r ii
    941-639-6309
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    CERAMIC TILE
    installed from
    $1 per sq ft. Call now!
    941-979-9902
    DAN THE HANDYMAN
    Bath rm & kitchen remodels
    Painting, Carpentry, Anything?
    941-697-1642
    DAVE'S HANDYMAN
    Honest, Knowledgeable & Reli-
    able. Call for all your needs,
    Sm/Lg 941-628-8326 Lic/Ins
    FCI CONSTRUCTION Con-
    crete, Masonry and Demoli-
    tion. Driveways, Additions,
    Commercial Buildings. Lc./Ins.
    941-628-5965
    JEFF DRAKE CUSTOM Car-
    pentry. Remodels, new
    const., Kitchens & baths,
    Windows & doors. We do it
    all. 941-815-6123
    ODDS & ENDS
    HANDYMAN SERVICES
    Interior Remodeling,
    Living in Place Modifications,
    Home Watch
    941-445-3768
    QUALITY DECKS Pool
    Decks, Garage floors,
    Patios & more. FREE crack
    Repair with renovation.
    941-375-1103
    STUCCO REPAIRS, interior/
    exterior paint. New Constr.
    Breakwater Const. (941)-302-
    0629 Lic.#CGC1508016

    & TREE
    5110

    AN OCCUPATIONAL LICENSE
    may be required by the City
    and/or County. Please call the
    appropriate occupational licens-
    ing bureau to verify
    A COMPLETE TREE CARE CO.
    Quality Work Done Right the 1st
    Time by an Exp. Drug-Free Crew
    Tree sales, prune, install,
    design, removal, stump grinding
    Professional Arborist.
    Free Estimates, 10% Sr. Discount
    941-426-8983
    www.northporttree.com
    Tommy's Tree & Property
    Service *Trim & remove
    *Complete lawn care.
    Lic/ins. (941)-809-9035
    S PAINTING/
    WALLPAPERING
    5140



    BEST PRICE FOR QUALITY JOB!
    Best Coast Painting
    Residential/Commercial
    Handyman services also!
    Visa/MC/Disc accepted
    941-815-8184 AAA00101254
    PLUMBING
    Loot 5160


    THINK PLUMBERS are too
    high? Give me a try! Retired
    master plumber. Lic.
    RF11067393
    Ross (941)-204-4286
    POOL SERVICES
    LZ5165


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

    PRESSURE
    CLEANING
    5180

    DIRT BUSTERS PRESSURE
    CLEANING LLC. Walls, Drive-
    ways, Sidewalks, Roofs...ETC.
    No Job Too Big or Small 941-
    2864671 /6288326 Lic.Ans.


    6000






    MERCHANDISE
    GARAGE SALES


    6001
    6002
    6003
    6004
    6005
    6006
    6007
    6008
    6009
    6010
    6011
    6012
    6015
    6020


    Arcadia
    Englewood
    Lake Suzy
    Nokomis
    North Port
    Port Charlotte
    Deep Creek
    Punta Gorda
    Rotonda
    Sarasota
    South Venice
    Venice
    Out Of Area
    Flea Market
    Auctions


    MERCHANDISE
    6013 Moving Sales
    6025 Arts & Crafts
    6027 Dolls
    6030 Household Goods
    6035 Furniture
    6038 Electronics
    6040 TV/Stereo/Radio
    6060 Computer Equip
    6065 Clothing/Jewelry/
    Accessories
    6070 Antiques &
    Collectibles
    6075 Fruits/Veges
    6090 Musical
    6095 Medical
    6100 Health/Beauty
    6110 Trees & Plants
    6120 Baby Items
    6125 Golf Accessories
    6128 Exercise/Fitness
    6130 Sporting Goods
    6131 Firearms
    6132 Firearm Access.
    6135 Bikes/Trikes
    6138 Toys
    6140 Photography/Video
    6145 Pool/ Spa & Supplies
    6160 Lawn & Garden
    6165 Storage Sheds/
    Buildings
    6170 Building Supplies
    6180 Heavy Constr.
    Equipment
    6190 Tools/Machinery
    6220 Office/Business Equip
    & Supplies
    6225 Restaurant Supplies
    6250 Appliances
    6260 Misc. Merchandise
    6270 Wanted to Buy/T rade

    FLEA MARKET
    11 6015



    FLEA MARKET
    Sarasota Municipal
    Auditorium
    TUES 1/10 10AM-5PM
    WED 1/11 10AM-4PM
    Call (941)-954-4165
    S AUCTIONS
    a ^ 6020


    ABSOLUTE AUCTION Janu-
    ary 14th at 9 am for Rudy's
    Rental. Liquidation of rental
    equipment and inventory. For
    more information visit
    www.proteamauction.com











    ARTS AND CRAFTS




    20X24 ART Frames $28
    717-659-0146 I
    22X28 ART Frames $36
    717-659-0146 I
    s I
    ART S1ANCiR IT!


    ARTS AND CRAFTS
    Z 6025


    FLORAL ART PAINTING -
    peach/aqua & tan/white, 42"
    round; $190 941-639-0838
    FRAMED OIL painting Boats
    on shore gold ornate frame
    16x18 $15 859-466-9572
    L DOLLS



    ANTIQUE DOLL KESTNER
    #167 21" old cloths. $495
    941-637-6474
    AVON BARBIE dolls still in
    boxes $30 941-916-1568
    AVON BARBIES still in
    boxes $240 941-916-1568
    GERMAND DOLL #390A 19"
    perfect face, fair body. $225
    941-637-6474
    PORCELAIN DOLLS & Baby
    Dolls Each not sure what I have
    $10, OBO 941-735-1709
    PORCELAIN FACE dolls Eight
    (8) dolls with stands. Sold
    together. $50 941-474-1686
    STEIFF BEARS 4 Steiff Bears
    Tea Set $495 941676474

    HOUSEHOLD GOODS
    L : 6030


    ANTIQUE CHINESE Imprint
    Tall Lamp $40 941-276-8259


    6000


    MERCHANDISE

    ARCADIA AREA
    GARAGE SALES
    6001

    E-iSAT. 8-12:30 8644 SW
    IiReese St Lettuce Lake
    Club House, Lunch 10:30,

    ENGLEWOOD
    GARAGE SALES
    6002

    FRI.-SAT. 8-4
    ED 12458 Kneeland Terrace
    (Gulf Cove). MOVING SALE.
    Household goods.
    F-FRI.-SAT. 9-1 7186
    Crown Dr. Tools, Furniture,
    R/A Saw, Glass, Dog Kennel,
    Plant Stand, Printers, Desk,
    Mixer, Knives & MUCH MORE!!
    I-]FRI.-SAT. 9-2 6301
    Drude Ct.. ESTATE SALE-
    GARDENS OF GULF COVE.
    Household, collectibles,tools
    and more.
    E:lSat Jan. 14, 2012
    I-8am-lp Quality Self
    Storage, 3041 S. McCall Road
    Englewood, FL 34224. HUGE
    Community Yard Sale!
    Antiques, Furniture, Tools, Col-
    lectibles & Great Stuff!
    [SAT. 8-1 550 N McCall
    Rd. HUGE Rummage &
    Bake Sale. Sponsored by
    Auxiliary VFW 10178.
    GREAT PRICES
    ADVERTISE
    In
    The Classifieds!
    [1 SAT. ONLY 9:30-4
    D FISHERY RD. Off Placida
    Fishery Restaurant
    ANTIQUES &
    COLLECTIBLES MARKET


    HOUSEHOLD GOODS
    Z ^6030


    ANTIQUE FIREPLACE grill
    Black with brass, prevent fire
    $20 941-276-3820
    AREA RUGS 9.5'xll', 6'x7'.
    Good condition, both for $135
    941-505-0623
    BATHROOM LIGHT 3 bulb
    brushed antique nickel over
    sink,new $100 941-625-5911
    BED SKIRT King Size Ight mel-
    lon color cotton eyelet lace
    exc.cond. $12 941-625-5211
    BED, AERO BRAND Queen
    w/built in pump, Good Condi-
    tion $35 941-629-7880
    BEDSPREAD CROCHET
    hand made queen or king
    $250 941-227-0676
    BEDSPREAD KG. tan, grn,
    sm. floral 2 shms. ruffle edge
    $20 941-625-5211
    BISSELL SPOT Bot Model
    7887 Sells new for over $125
    $30, OBO 585-394-2699
    BLANKET KG. wht w/sm.pink
    flowers cotton poly warm
    102x90 $15 941-625-5211
    BLANKETS (30) Wool,
    King size $10 ea.
    941-255-9920
    | Classified = Sales |
    BUTTERFLY DESSERT Set
    10 piece by Royal Gallery $90,
    OBO 941-423-2091
    CARPETING & padding 2
    rooms: 14x26 & 12x12 NEW!
    $200 941-661-7132


    I ENGLEWOOD
    GARAGE SALES
    6002

    m-]SUN. 9-2 3460 N.
    Access Rd.. Near Spin-
    naker. Tringali Rec. Center,
    INSIDE AND OUT. New & used,
    crafts, antiques, plants. Food
    for purchase.
    PT. CHARLOTTE/DEEP
    CREEK GARAGE SALES
    6006




    FRI.- SAT. 8:00-3:00
    215 Fry Terrace.
    (Edgewater to Cousley)
    Tools, Tools, & More Tools!
    Construction Quality, Band
    Saw, Compressor, Genera-
    tor, ETC._..Leather Living
    Rm., White Wash Dining
    Rm., Teak Ent. Center +
    Sony T.V., Bar & Patio
    Furn. & MUCH MORE!!
    [--FRI.-SAT. 8-? 22404
    Delhi Ave. Off Peachland &
    Orlando. Giant Garage Sale.
    Collectables, Antiques, Off Sup
    [-FRI.-SAT. 8-1 21362
    Meehan Ave. Antiques,
    collectibles, plants, furniture,
    clothes, & glassware.
    [-FRI.-SAT. 8-2 17429
    .Wintergarden Ave. Off
    Collingswood in garage, rain /
    shine. Good collectable items.
    m-FRI.-SAT. 8-2 18049
    LGarvin Ave. Housewares,
    kitchen items, collectibles,
    tools, etc. New items daily.
    m-FRI.-SUN. 9-5 2295
    Aaron St, Charlotte Towers
    Apt 512. HUGE COLLECTION,
    and Furniture.
    MOING SALE M
    JAN 7-JAN 28 10-4 22418
    Westchester Blvd. 2 Lg. curio ,
    Millers office furn. Oil paintings
    Beds & more 941-276-1372
    CHECK THE
    CLASSIFIED!
    -SAT-SUN. 8AM-4PM
    1549 Lanco St. PC,
    clothes, fishing equip, pic-
    tures, household goods, etc.


    HOUSEHOLD GOODS
    Z ^6030


    CHINA SANGO majesty
    romanica platinum 64pc din-
    nerware $65 941-473-2150
    COAT/HAT BRASS Rack 70"
    tall. Very Nice Condition.
    Venice $125 941-544-5755
    COFFEE MAKER Prgrmbl. up
    to 12 cup. White. Exc. Cond.
    $12, OBO 941-544-5755
    COFFEE POT Proctor Silex
    12 cup. $5, OBO
    585-394-2699
    CONVECTION OVEN AROMA
    AEROMATIC DOES IT ALL $75,
    OBO 941-564-2169
    COUCH & CHAIR set Wicker-
    lane Oversized. Ex cond. $350
    715-208-0047
    SUN CLASSIFIED I
    CRYSTAL 24 pc and 18 pc
    sets, serves 8 $395, OBO
    941-627-5300
    CRYSTAL HANDCUT/LEAD
    crystal bowls,etc./$ varies per
    set/piece $5 941-624-0364
    DEHUMIDIFIER KENMORE,
    30-PINT, AUTOMATIC $50
    860-941-8073
    DINNERWARE SERVICE for
    8.Apple Blossom pattern. Lv.
    msg. $50 941-429-2609.
    DISHES BRAND new in box
    service for 8 double platinum
    banded $40 941-235-2330
    DISHES, 2 sets-1 Stoneware,
    1 Gold design $10 each 941-
    626-2040


    I PT. CHARLOTTE/DEEP
    CREEK GARAGE SALES
    6006

    F--SAT. 8-1 284 Santarem
    LJCircle. Deep Creek.
    Schwinn bikes, toys (Starwars)
    electronics, women clothes
    (0-4), golf clubs. Swarovski
    pin, linens, boys clothes (6-8)
    F-SAT. 8-12 958 Webster
    IAve (off Midway). Moving
    Sale. Lots of household, some
    furniture, toys & garage items.
    - SAT. 8-2 17015 Ohara
    Dr. Kitchen ware, New
    exercise bike, clothing,
    nick nacs, and lots more.
    - dSAT. 8-4 1962 Cedar-
    Lwood St. Highway Holli-
    ness Apostolic Church. (766
    to Sharke or Mercury) Large
    Sale. Variety of different items,
    also household, furniture &
    clothes. 941-276-4222
    [-SAT. 9-2 18440 Paulson
    Dr. HUGH SALE: Antiques,
    Electronics, Tools, Guitars,
    Toys and Much More.
    F-] SAT. ONLY 8-?
    4485 TAMIAMI TRAIL,
    P.C.
    Wilson Realty TO BENEFIT
    SPECIAL OLYMPICS
    Also Yard sale donations
    accepted and picked up.
    941-268-3555
    [-SUN. 9-5 850 CONREID
    DRIVE. YOUTH FURNITURE
    AND BEDDING, TOYS, GAMES,
    DVDS, STUDENT DESKS, ETC.


    THU.-SAT. 9-4 1196 Sandy
    St. Power hand tools, Riding
    mower, W/D, Dinette set, Bed,
    desks, Lots more too much!

    I PUNTA GORDA
    GARAGE SALES
    Z 6007

    -] FRI SAT 9-3
    D I 3849 Acline Rd.
    Unit 108 Bldg. 3
    Saturday Everything Shop
    Loads of Great Stuff!
    -SAT.-SUN 8-? 24276
    Buccaneer Blvd. Tools,
    fishing, hunting, utility trailer,
    furniture, household & more.


    HOUSEHOLD GOODS
    z ^ 6030


    BED QUEEN*FIRM*MT/BX
    $100 941-697-0777
    DISHES, CORELLE 36
    pieces, blue pattern. $15
    336-869-8668
    DISHWASHER LOWER RACK
    NEW IN BOX For GE,Hotpoint,
    RCA $65 941-894-4115
    ELECTRIC ROTISSERIE
    Large with motor. $20
    941-629-1130
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    SAT., Jan. 7th, 8AM
    Galleria Mall Antiques
    5260 Duncan Rd. (Hwy 17N)
    Antique FAIR & Flea Market.
    941-347-8044


    GARAGE SALES


    FRI-SUN 9-4 Dome Flea
    MKT.l5115State Rd. 776,
    Cecile's Sheets Etc. SIDE
    DOOR ANNEX 941-493-7166
    | Classified = Sales |
    [-FRI.-SAT. 8-1 1311
    Jamaica Rd. @ Shamrock
    Dr. Moving- Ig. variety, house-
    hold, clothes,jewelry, tools,etc
    m-iTHU.-SAT. 1035 Devon
    Rd. Doll & Beanie Baby
    Collection, Beads & Handmade
    Jewelry India/African Hand
    Carved & Crafted Collection,
    Clothing, Household Goods &
    Appliances, Bedding, Monitor,
    Laptop w/ Printer, Ent. Center
    Cabinet & MUCH MORE!! Good
    Prices...Come Early!

    VENICE AREA
    GARAGE SALES
    LZ 6011

    Fri.-Sun 9-1 715 Harbor
    drive south, Good household
    clothing, christmas items,
    tools, etc
    m-SAT-SUN 9-4 4535
    Tortoise Rd. ESTATE
    SALE. Nice furn. riding mower,
    ladders, tools, much more.
    m- SAT. 10-? 300 Center
    Rd. Venice Gardens. Rugs,
    Furniture, Glassware, Odds &
    End & MORE!!
    F-SAT. 7-12 904 Riviera St.
    L-T Multi Family
    Lots of household items -
    CHEAP! Early Birds Welcome!
    m-SAT. 9-3 1481 Lakeside
    IIDr. Antique Maple Hutch,
    household items, and miscella-
    neous


    5 YAJiD SALES






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


    Saturday, January 7, 2012


    HOUSEHOLD GOODS
    Z ^6030


    BOXSPRINGS (2) v.g.cond.
    King $20 941-629-7472
    FAN 20" box fan $20
    941-475-3311
    FIREPLACE SCREEN Black
    with brass, ANTIQUE $20
    941-276-3820
    FOOD PROCESSOR 'La
    Machine' shred, slice, chop
    $30 941-544-5755
    GAZEBO, NEW 10X10
    Heavy Aluminum. In Box.
    $50 941-235-1070
    HEATER CERAMIC Holmes
    1000/1500 watts $15 941-
    575-0273
    I BUY FURNITURE
    Or anything of value!
    941-485-4964
    I ROBOT Virtual Wall Sched-
    uler 2 use w robot vacuum
    $10, OBO 585-394-2699
    LAMP RETRO white/yellow.
    8" diam. 37" tall $10
    859-466-9572
    LIQUEUR CASE Portable w
    lock. 4 cups w serving tray
    $20 941-473-7122
    MARKET UMBRELLA air vent
    top. 106"x96". New. $75
    517-694-3639
    MATTRESS, QUEEN AND
    BOX. Brand New will sell
    $175. Also have KING. 941-
    629-5550
    MATTRESS/BOX.
    New- Will sell $100.
    941-629-5550
    MATTRESS FULL Size with
    wood base $45 941-286-
    9721
    METAL FRAMED prints (5)
    18"X26" Signed. Each $8,
    OBO 941-889-7592
    MICROWAVE GE 100 Watts
    $15 941-391-6034
    MICROWAVE OVEN $25,1
    OBO 941-766-1178




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    OIL PAINTING, nude lady,
    extra large. Perfect for your
    man cave or a pub. $300,
    OBO 941-626-2040
    ORNATE MIRROR 4'x2',
    beveled glass, new. $90, OBO
    941-235-2203
    PHILIPS SENSE gourmet
    coffee maker black $10 941-
    626-9027
    PICTURE, LIGHT UP with
    sound. Northern autumn
    scene. $40 941-235-2330
    PR. OF seagull pictures
    20"21".matted & framed.ex.c.
    $40, OBO 941-235-2203
    PRINT BY Tracy Dennison
    Signed, Framed & Numbered.
    $130, OBO 941-889-7592
    PUMP HOMELITE transfer
    pump. $100 517-694-3639
    QUILT RACK holds 2-3 quilts.
    New. $40, OBO 941-235-
    2203
    QUILT, KING Size excellent
    condition like new. $60 941-
    625-1863
    RATTAN ROCKER white wash
    swivel rocker. excellent condi-
    tion. $50 517-694-3639
    ROOM AIR conditioner GE
    23500 btu w/heater 17 1/4 X
    26 1/2in. $50 941-266-5759


    HOUSEHOLD GOODS
    Z ^6030


    SAFE, FIREPROOF 1.3 cuft
    with cabinet. $99, OBO
    941-698-4773
    SEWING MACHINE, Ken-
    more, Brother $40&up x cond.
    941-493-7166/941-416-3508
    SHABBY CHIC lined dining
    chair slipcover (4) avail. $155
    941-716-3259
    SHUTTERS, BAHAMA,
    9 alum. Exc. cond. $500, OBO
    941-493-5805
    SILVERWARE, GLD&SLV ptrn
    srvl2, 72pc wd case, nice
    $99, OBO 941-624-5211
    STEAM CLEANER new
    $45 941-473-7122
    STEMWARE LEAD crystal
    sets of 8/wine, water, etc.
    $15, OBO 941-624-0364
    TABLE LAMPS 2 Matching
    w/shades. $25 941-629-1130
    TABLEWARE WHITE W/GOLD
    TRIM, 8 PLCE SET, 48 TOTAL
    PCS. $100 941-493-7910
    TOASTER OVEN Delonghi
    Electric Oven $15, OBO 941-
    244-2734
    TOASTER/BROILER OVEN
    Proctor Silex. $20
    941-629-1130
    UTILITY CART folding
    groc/beach metal cart $30
    941-237-1085
    VACUUM ROOMBA
    Model 530 NIB $250
    941-473-9330
    VACUUM, LINDHAUS
    HealthcarePro with box &
    bags. New. $125, OBO
    941-235-1070
    VASES (2) Decorative White
    Floor 28"h ea./with flowers
    $40, OBO 941-698-5002
    WALL ART 48"x60"blk &
    gold, NYC/Statue Liberty. Lv.
    msg. $100 941-429-2609
    WASTEBASKET WHITE wick-
    er towel ring, Ig.basket. Nice.
    $15 941-276-1881
    WINE CHILLER clear
    acrylic/iceless 9"H Like New!
    $9 941-223-2625
    HOLIDAY ITEMS
    6031


    CHRISTMAS TREE Michael
    Neuman 9' slim tree w/stand.
    $75 941-629-6129
    FURNITURE



    A FURNITURE SHOPPE
    BUYING OUALrY Used Fumiture
    941-473-1986
    ARMOIRE WHITE wicker from
    Pier One. $175, OBO 941-
    698-1002
    BARSTOOLS TALL metal (3)
    Metal, scrolly, non-swivel $225
    941-716-3259
    BED MATTRESS/BOX.
    New will sell $100.
    941-629-5550
    BED FRAME, Queen, dark wood
    with interchangeable fabric head-
    board $100 Nice 941-575-1952
    BED KING mattress &
    boxspring, exec. cond. spring
    air $350 941-625-1863
    BED, KING Size, with Lg.
    Dresser. $200, OBO
    941-766-1178
    BEDROOM DRESSER beau-
    tiful bedroom dresser from
    Ethan Allen in a cherry finish.
    $300 941-876-4358
    BEDROOM SET 6 piece
    white, exec cond. $400 269-
    964-4941
    BEDROOM SET double craftmatic
    adjustable bed, double dresser/mir-
    ror, chest, 2 nightstands, exc.
    cond. $600 obo 941-575-6027
    BEDROOM SET Pinetriple
    dresser armoir, 2nite stand
    VGC $495 941-764-7724


    S FURNITURE
    4Z6035


    BEDROOM SET, King
    Complete set. Good condi-
    tion. $225 941-815-7312
    BEDROOM SET, KING mirror,
    dresser, armoire 2 end tables
    w/lamps., Large, Dark Wood/
    leather.$1,800. EXECUTIVE
    DESK w/credenza & chair,
    $400, Glasstop table & mirror
    wrought iron, $400, REFRIG-
    ERATOR $50. 941-626-7070
    BEDS, TWIN (2) matching
    dresser/mirror exc.cond.
    $499, OBO 941-228-7010
    BOOKCASE KNICK-KNACK
    41"WX12"DX28"H maple
    finish $29 941-889-7767
    BUNK BED 2 twin desk and
    drawers. $300, OBO
    941-698-1104
    CART ON Wheels Light Wood
    30"w x 18"dx30 1/2"h. $25
    941-681-2444
    CHAIR RATTAN Swivel
    w/Green Cushion. Nice. $30
    941-681-2444
    CHAIRS FOLDING, 6 metal, 3
    wood.good condition each $5
    941-505-0623
    CHAISE LOUNGE green vel-
    vet, good cond. $50 941-
    575-4459
    CHAISE LOUNGE quality wht.
    wicker, cushion & pillows soft
    foliage $149 941-662-0063


    ,nnlYI VVALL UINiI OULIU
    CHERRY! $250 941-628-2122
    CHEST OF Drawers Honey
    Oak 50"hx36"w like new w/6
    drawers $125 865-414-0073
    CHINA CABINET Beautiful
    light tan wood color $399,
    OBO 941-228-7010
    CHINA CABINET light,bam-
    boo,gold etch, 3 shelves, base
    $495, OBO 941-627-5300
    COFFEE TABLE Cherry, oval
    shape, good condition $75,
    OBO 714-904-9517
    COFFEE TABLE MARBLE
    BEAUTIFUL EX/COND. $300
    941-698-0619
    COFFEE TABLE Rattan coffee
    table glasstop 48"x28" great
    condition! $75 952-237-8077
    COFFEE TABLE round glass
    w/wood frame antique glaze
    base $45 201-739-9633


    COFFEE TABLES Pair, Ethan
    Allen, Walnut. 20" square
    $100 941-624-0989
    COFFEE/END tables
    WICKER & GLASS /VGC $85
    941-697-5577
    COMPUTER DESK oak 2
    piece with book shelves $75
    863-491-0178
    COMPUTER DESK small
    corner, like new $50
    941-697-5577
    COMPUTER DESK/HUTCH
    Ex. Cond. 75"L36"d75"H
    $250 941-661-5581
    COUCH BLACK LEATHER
    GREAT CONDITION $125 941-
    698-0619
    COUCH LARGE faux suede
    fawn color high back $350
    201-739-9633
    COUCH SURROUND cushion,
    90", comfortable $195, OBO
    941-627-5300
    COUCH, LOVESEAT, CHAIR
    Wicker Lane Oversized
    Ex cond. $350 715-208-0047
    | COUCH, white sectional,
    $150, Mirror 40"x32" $60,
    tv stand, black $30
    941-244-0032
    CURIO CABINET Cherry,
    lass shelves, lighted.
    75, OBO 714-904-9517
    DESK CHAIR with arms. Lt
    blue upholstered. $17.50
    941-475-3471


    S FURNITURE
    Z6035


    DESK SECRETARY
    Beautiful mahogany
    $499, OBO 941-228-7010
    DINETTE 4 armchairs that
    swivel/tilt/roll & clipped corner
    table $110 941-661-4883
    DINETTE SET & 4 CHAIRS 52
    INCH GLASS TOP TABLE
    $300, OBO 941-875-3701
    DINETTE SET Glass Top Mar-
    ble Base 4 Chairs $125
    941-276-8259
    DINETTE SET Wrought Iron
    Glass Table Top, Nice w/four
    chairs, $100 941-697-7426
    DINETTE SET, beautiful, lac-
    quer, 6 high back padded
    chairs, $75obo 941-473-7766
    DINING RM.SET Table
    W/Leaf,4Chairs,China Cabi-
    net $125 941-624-3989
    DINING ROOM Set w/6
    chairs, & leaf, Walnut, 2yrs
    old. $250 941-613-1808
    DINING SET 2 leaves, 4
    chairs padded, bamboo $495,
    OBO 941-627-5300

    DINING SET Brand New! Rat-
    tan table w/glass top and 4
    chairs. $399 941-698-1002
    DINING SET Glass Top A+
    condition $350, OBO
    941-375-8115
    DINING SET Rattan w/glass
    top- 4 chairs & buffet ex cond
    $300 941-493-3915
    DINING SET TEAKcolor Solid
    OAK 4Chrs RndTbl Gorgeous!
    $395, OBO 941-769-4999
    DINING SET, pecan color
    table & pads, 2 leaves, 6
    chairs, glass front hutch $750
    obo 941-575-6027
    DINING SET, white wrought
    iron, glass top, 4 chairs,
    perfect condition $225
    1 941-764-1806
    DINING TABLE and hutch
    $80 Must sell fast! 941-626-
    2040
    DINING TABLE, beveled edge
    w/4 chairs, like new. $275,
    OBO 941-488-2809
    DINING TABLE, leaf, 6 chairs,
    lighted hutch It oak. Must sell
    fast! $300 941-626-2040
    DINING table, oak, 6 chairs
    double pedestal $450
    941-564-8770
    DOUBLE DRESSER w/mir-
    ror, matching nightstand, good
    cond. $100 941-929-5432
    DRESSER $80
    941-627-6777
    DRESSER 5-DRAWER w/pull-
    out writing top $125, OBO
    941-408-6875
    DRESSER W/ Mirror $200
    941-627-6777
    DRESSER, BEAUTIFUL Wood
    eight drawer,Mirror/Shelves
    $200, OBO 941-235-2362
    DRESSER/ET CTR (Child)
    White 3drawers2 closets Good
    Cond. $35 941-626-5468
    DROPLEAF TABLE with 4
    chairs. $50, OBO
    941-766-1178
    END TABLE pecan/cane shelf
    solid wd/drwer strg EXC
    COND $50 941-726-9850
    ENT CENTER honey color
    knotty pine ex cond 4'Wx7'H
    $125, OBO 941-764-1955
    ENT. CENTER, lighted, oak,
    holds 32" tv, exc cond. $75
    941-876-4143
    ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
    Dark cherry color $65
    941-916-2621
    ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
    6'x5' Solid Oak, One Piece
    $100, OBO 941-423-2091
    ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
    lighted oak 3 piece set $300,
    OBO 941-249-1898
    ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
    nice wall unit plus 27"TV
    $120, OBO 941-321-9544


    S FURNITURE
    L OZ6035


    ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
    pickled oak, 5 piece, will hold
    52" tv. CD/DVD storage $450
    941-473-4901
    ENTRY TABLE Wicker Half
    Moon 32 1/2"W-14 1/2"D-29
    1/2"H. $30 941-681-2444
    ETEGERES (2) White Rattan
    78X32X18 5 glass shelves
    VGC ea- $135 941-894-4115
    FIREPLACE MAHOGANY
    brick trim beautiful $250
    941-564-8770
    FLORIDA RM.SET Rd.glass
    top table 4 loose cushion
    chairs $75 941-505-0623
    FREE SOFA with loveseat pur-
    chase must take both. $75
    941-916-2621
    GAZEBO NEW in the box Bay
    Window Gazebo 10x12
    $349.99, OBO 941-268-4345





    HAVERTYS SECTIONAL Li e
    New, cappuccino. $800
    419-438-2220
    HEADBOARD & Footboard
    Twin, Wood frame $45, OBO
    941-735-1709
    HEADBOARD FULL unisex
    wood as is $50 or sanded &
    painted $99 941-544-1128
    HEADBOARDS K/Q
    w/metal frames, beige $45
    941-575-4459
    JEWELRY ARMOIRE Wal-
    nut;7 drawer,flip top,mirror &
    ea side $160 941-624-0364
    JEWELRY ARMOIRE-OAK 6
    drawers, lots of hangers & mir-
    ror $125 941-475-3553
    KITCHEN HUTCH Solid Oak,
    Shelves, Drawer& Storage
    $100, OBO 941-423-2091
    KITCHEN SET Glass top,
    metal chairs, baker's rack
    $275, OBO 714-904-9517
    KITCHEN TABLE/4 chairs
    Beveled glass w/ like coffee
    table. $75 941-875-8703
    LEATHER RECLINER Dark
    blue, good condition $100,
    OBO 714-904-9517
    LEATHER SOFA LOVESEAT
    TAN COLOR $150, OBO 941-
    391-6551 PC
    LIFT CHAIR recliner, mauve
    $150 941-426-5845
    LIV.RM. SUITE 3 piece
    wicker pastels VGC $450
    941-697-5577
    LOVE SEAT Brown leather-
    look microfiber, 70" wide
    $150, OBO 941-408-6875
    LOVESEAT rocker, recliner, both
    sides, camel color, microfiber,
    $150 obo 941-575-1952
    LOVESEAT SHABBY CHIC
    slip covered denim washable
    $275 941-716-3259
    LOVESEAT WHT/YELLOW
    floral gd cond Match sofa avail
    $25, OBO 859-466-9572
    MATTRESS, Queen Pillowtop.
    Like New! 7 Mos. Old. $650
    941-822-3759
    MATTRESS-QN EUROFOAM
    pillow top soft lyr old NParea
    $250, OBO 941-544-1128
    MIRRORED TABLE BASE
    24X24X30 LIKE NEW $65
    941-488-8844
    NIGHT TABLE, Tall Mexican
    pine, drawer, lower shelf $75,
    OBO 941-408-6875
    OFFICE DESK metal, light
    beige, 30 X 60, 2 dwrs. on left
    $29 941-662-0063
    PARK BENCH Kids 33"x22"
    cast iron w wood slats $20
    941-445-5619
    PATIO FURNITURE white
    resin wicker 4 chairs 2 tables
    $125 941-629-6129
    PRINT TROPICAL PALM
    quality in gold frame, 30"W X
    42"H $49 941-662-0063


    7 FURNITURE
    6035


    RATTAN NESTING tables
    glass topped. $100
    218-335-8023
    ROCKER WOODEN full green
    print pads high back with arms
    V/G $35 941-629-6502
    ROCKER/RECLINERS (2)
    Lane. Like New. Beige Cloth.
    $350 941-697-8719
    SECTIONAL 3 piece, Brown-
    Leather, 2 recliners, Queen
    Sleeper $999 941-564-8770
    SLEEPER/SOFA WITH
    matching coffee table nice
    $100 941-214-0025
    SMALL DESK / 3 drawers
    nice chair EC $60
    614-325-0156
    SOFA BEIGE microfiber, New,
    Leave msg $300
    941-429-2609
    SOFA CURVED RATTAN FLO-
    RAL PRINT $400 941-460-
    8528
    SOFA EXC COND LIKE NEW
    FL FLORAL EARTH TNS 84"
    $150, OBO 941-918-9129
    SOFA SLEEPER queen, three
    toned beige, Brand NEW!
    $475 518-567-1446
    SOFA, LOVESEAT & Chair.
    Very Clean. Ivory/flower pat-
    tern. $100 734-735-2249
    SWIVEL ROCKER 16 button
    back cushion green $25 941-
    726-9850
    SWIVEL ROCKER Green
    tweed fabric V/G condition
    $45 941-629-6502
    SWIVEL ROCKER LA-Z-BOY
    bisque, microfiber, button-tuft
    back; $150 941-639-0838
    TABLE BLONDE oak with 4
    chairs, 3ft by 4 ft plus butterfly
    leaf $120 941-639-5608
    TABLE SMALL w/magazine
    rack. Solid wood. Venice
    $15, OBO 941-544-5755
    TEA CART Wrought Iron w/
    Glass top. 36X31X19 $75
    941-475-3471
    TODDLER BED, Toy Story,
    Great for Girl or Boy $45
    941-629-6168
    TV CABINET Dark wood
    veneer 53"Hx48"W incl.TV
    $60 941-764-7724
    TV CENTER Sauder 48x48
    wht oak/side& bottom strg
    $45 941-726-9850
    VANITY TABLE/CHAIR small
    drawer, childhood,light wood
    $100, OBO 941-408-6875
    WICKER CHAIRS (2) & TABLE
    Pale yellow with rocker feet
    $75 941-423-3506
    WOOD DESK 3X5 foot.
    Needs refurbishing solid wood.
    $50, OBO 941-244-2405

    L ELECTRONICS
    :60380


    CD PLAYER RCA carousel 5
    disc with remote. $25
    941-629-1130
    COLOR VIDEO NOW red
    w/black case & 2 SpongeBob
    games $15 941-626-9027
    COPIER PRINTER fax hp
    c6100 $25 941-228-1745
    FAX BROTHERS all in one MC
    885 telephone copier answer-
    ing. $45, OBO 941-639-1915
    FAX MACHINE Canon needs
    USB cord $20 941-467-5683
    GAMECUBE 10+GAMES 2C
    2MC all wires low hrs clean
    NP $123 941-544-1128
    GPS GARMIN 12XL handheld
    with user guide, new condition.
    $50, OBO 941-474-0542
    GPS GARMIN HAND HELD 2
    CHIPS $180 941-697-1168
    HOME STEREOS Non work-
    ing 15 pieces, call for info.
    $50, OBO 941-697-7245
    KINDLE FIRE still in package,
    never used. $175
    941-268-6374






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    ELECTRONICS
    Z 6038


    IQUEST 4.0 Leap Frog, good
    cond $10 941-626-9027
    MID ANDROID Tablet 7"
    Android 2.2 touchscreen tablet
    wifi $90, OBO 713-208-0552
    NINTENDO GAMECUBE
    2 CONTROLLERS $65, OBO
    941-661-2128
    NINTENDO GAMECUBE
    GAMES, 30 TO CHOOSE FROM
    EACH $10 941-661-2128
    OVERHEAD PROJECTOR
    Apollo, new bulb, works great
    $25 941-475-3812
    SONY PLAYSTATION 2
    2 CONTROLLERS, MEM.CARD
    $85, OBO 941-661-2128
    SONY PS2 GAMES. 25 TO
    CHOOSE FROM, each $15,
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    GOLF CLUBS lefties. Penick
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    NIKE DRIVER 350cc,
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    AB COASTER, $225 &
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    TREADMILL Motorized Pro-form
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    AIR HOCKEY Sportcraft 72
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    BASKETBALL GOAL Huffy,
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    $15 941-445-5619
    BLUE RIDGE 3D Monster
    White tail Targets NIB 2 ea.
    $40 941-429-9277
    CAST NET 6 foot $15 941-
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    FISHING POLE Shimano 8'
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    FISHING REELS, Southbend
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    FISHING TACKLE Top Quality
    Rods Reels lures up to $450
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    IONIC TITANIUM Sports
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    NIKON PROSTAFF Scope
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    PISTOL CASE 17 inch long
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    POOL TABLE, $150
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    941-746-7937
    Cell 941-224-2181
    H.K. G3 1964
    .308 cal. $1,000 cash.
    Bill **SOLD in the 1st DAY!!!**
    KIMBER GOLDMATCH II, SS,
    NIB $1125 Mint Cond. Must
    See!!!! OBO 941-467-4773
    TEC 9. 30 round mags Great
    shape Pre-ban $500
    10 gun Vault prox 700 Ibs (not
    a locker) $400 941-456-5052

    T BICYCLES/
    TRICYCLES
    o 6135

    3 WHEEL adult trike good
    condition, $165 941-876-
    4143
    3 WHEEL recumbent bike
    $475 941-497-0103
    BICYCLE GIRLS 26 inch
    Huffy $25 941-475-5055
    BICYCLE SCHWIN, Men's
    Bike, like new $75 firm
    941-445-4669
    BICYLE 26' ladies bike with
    fenders $30 941-426-0068
    BIKE COMPUTER, Avocet 30
    w/manual $20, OBO 314-609-
    1540
    BIKE, MENS New NEXT 26"
    Shimano equipped $175 941-
    423-3506
    CHILDS -3 wheel bike radio
    flyer red $30 941-227-0676
    HIS/HER BIKES Raleigh "clas-
    sics". $20 941-457-7977
    MENS, TREK, 26" 21 speed,
    1200 Series, excellent condi-
    tion $200 931-252-2679
    MOUNTAIN BIKE Raleigh
    M40 excellent condition its a
    beauty. $125 863-494-3061
    NEW BIKE lock kryponite u-
    lock $10 941-228-1745


    BICYCLES/
    TRICYCLES
    Wl (6135

    SHIMANO CLIP on pedals
    Vgd cond w/all hardware $40,
    OBO 314-609-1540
    TANDEM BICYCLE Univega,
    24 spd near perfect, built for
    2,extras $350 401-639-9687
    TREK 2200 ZR lightweight
    sport bike, carbon composite,
    shimano gear, $110 recent
    tune up. $490. 941-639-0383

    TOYS
    L v 6138


    LEAP FROG hand held system
    w/3 games $40 941-626-
    9027
    PS2 GAME Star Ocean R.P.G
    with strategy guide.Rated T
    $25 941-697-7245
    RED WAGON radio flyer
    seats 2 $60 941-227-0676
    VIDEO GAMES and Movies.
    Psl-ps2-dvd-vhs-big box full
    $60 941-697-7245

    VIDEO
    6140

    CAMERA LENS minolta-e
    series-f.28-55=focal mc auto-
    like new $150 941-740-0276
    CAMERA LENS minolta-f.45-
    200-celticmd telephoto lens-
    like new $150 941-740-0276
    CAMERA MINOLTA x700slr
    35mm.w/tele,wide,filters,flash
    ,bag $90 941-423-2585
    CAMERA POLAROID 210
    LAND $25, OBO 941-564-
    2169
    DIGITAL CAMERA purple-digi-
    tal-1 mo.old-case $50 941-
    237-1085
    MINOX B CAMERA w/leather
    case orig james bond spy
    camera $170 941-639-1517

    POOL/SPA/
    & SUPPLIES
    6145







    **SPAS & MORE**
    TRADE-IN'S WELCOME
    We buy used &
    move hottubs.
    Many used to choose from
    $100/Up 941-625-6600
    4 PERSON hot tub $475
    941-497-0103
    CHAIR FLOATING pool chair,
    cost new 185.00. $25 734-
    502-2709
    ......... A)
    CLASSIFIES!
    HOT TUB large 7 person
    Hot Spring Grande. Excellent
    condition. $2,000, OBO
    423-773-6336
    POOL PUMP MOTOR 1 h.p.
    A.O. Smith $100 941-485-
    0681
    SPA, VITA duet adult size,
    exc shape. $800
    941-575-2747
    SPAS & SWIM SPAS
    Come to our factory
    over 150 new and used
    at whole sale pricing
    941-462-0633

    LAWN & GARDEN
    6160


    BAGGER, CRAFTSMAN 42",
    6 bushel, 2 bin. $150
    941-697-6592
    CREME CONCRETE Planters
    great for your driveway (2)
    420, OBO 941-875-8382
    DECK 461N for MTD new part
    looks new $100, OBO 941-
    661-5293


    LAWN & GARDEN
    6160


    MURRAY 40 in ride mower
    looks new run good 12.75 hp
    $495, OBO 941-661-5293
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    LIKE NEW $25
    941-627-9736 Pt Charlotte
    LAWN MOWER Craftsman
    push,runs good,new wheels &
    Air Filter $65 810-938-6825
    LAWN MOWER Electric "Yard
    Machine" push 18" 12 AMP,
    like new $125 941-764-6751


    USED LAWN MOWERS
    BUYING & SELLING
    *Riders, Push & Parts.
    941-268-0917 or 416-1109
    LAWN SPREADER for John
    Deere Lawn Tractor. Like New.
    $50 941-661-8194
    LAWNMOWER HONDA self-
    propelled rear bagger w/throt-
    tle $125 941-408-4278
    LAWNMOWER TORO Self
    Propelled 22" cut. $100
    941-485-0681
    MOWER LAWNBOY Runs
    needs cable for selfpropel
    $50, OBO 941-735-1709
    MOWER MURRAY 22" 4.5 HP
    Like new. $100
    941-391-6034
    MOWER MURRAY 40in Rider
    runs & cuts good $499, OBO
    941-661-5293
    MOWER TROY-BILT, 21",
    front wheel drive, like new
    $195, OBO 941-391-6211
    PATIO SET white. 1 table 42".
    4 chairs. Good condition.
    $100 941-575-7854
    POPULAR MECHANIC Car
    Ramps heavy duty $25 941-
    429-9277
    RIDING MOWER 38" Poulon,
    exc. cond.. $425
    941-876-4143
    SMALL ENGINE REPAIRS
    mowers, weed eaters, chain-
    saws, etc. 941-637-7772
    STIHL NEW bar and chain,
    18in. rollomaticE .325.063
    $65 941-376-3305
    TABLE 45" round resin & 4
    arm chair w/faux wood inlay
    $100 201-739-9633
    WOODS BELY MOWER with
    manual $500 obo 941-743-
    0678
    YARD ORNAMENT Pink
    Flamingo, in pieces $9.25
    941-475-3471

    BUILDINGS
    Z 6165

    METAL STORAGE CABINETS
    42X18X25 $45
    941-488-8844
    SHED RESIN Vertical Shed
    30x79x56 $200
    740-246-5888
    TENT SHED Shelter Logic
    6X6X6 $60 941-391-6034


    A/C, RUDD 3 ton, 12 seer, 2
    piece unit. $499.99, OBO
    941-698-1104
    A/C-TRANE 4 ton central
    split,ex.cond $425 786-306-
    6335
    CONCRETE 4X4 support
    posts(6) $20 203-494-7261
    COUNTER TOP CORIAN,
    gray, very clean, 4 different
    sizes. $235, OBO 941-629-
    4444
    DOOR EXT steel, 36",6 panel
    like new! $60 941-429-8186
    DOORS, 3 INTERIOR, 2-30" &
    1-27" & 1 French door, 30",
    free.Englewood410-703-1055
    | Classified = Sales |
    DRYWALL SCREWS 1 box
    drywall screws $35 941-879-
    2269
    ELECTRICAL PANELS
    50amp,100amp wall brkrs
    $150, OBO 941-286-0767
    HURRICANE SHUTTERS
    accordion and panel type
    $499, OBO 941-391-1582
    HURRICANE SHUTTERS,
    alum, 18:15x59 $15ea., 8:
    15x87 $25ea. 941-214-8689
    SCREEN DOOR w/sailboat
    design 36" x 96" $150
    941-743-4779
    SURPLUS MOSAIC tile and
    marble vessel sinks GREAT
    PRICE. More info call Chet
    941-697-6178
    U/F WIRE 8/10/12GA W/G
    $200, OBO 941-286-0767
    WINDOW ANDERSON Comp.
    made. Still in box. White vinyl
    double pane. $79. 941-629-
    4444
    WINDOW ANDERSON FIXED
    INSULATED HALF CIRCLE
    64X32 $200 941-488-8844
    WINDOWS 2 Winco insulated,
    tinted glass 30x30. $40 each
    941-343-7863

    I HEAVY/CONST.
    EQUIPMENT
    6180


    WANTED USED
    MECHANICAL PLATFORM
    SCALE
    5001b capacity or more.
    Call 941-416-6293

    TOOLS/ MACHINERY
    S6190


    A.C.COMPRESSOR 1 1/2
    ton 2 years old. Goodman
    $200, OBO 941-879-2269
    AIR COMPRESSOR US Air
    Horizontal HD 220 with att.
    $125 941-564-6598
    AMPROBES, 4 DIGITAL,
    AND manual. $160, OBO
    941-697-1110
    CHAIN SAW Craftsman 14"
    Electric w/manual, used once
    $60 727-631-4954
    CHEMICAL SPRAYER 25
    GAL 12 VOLT ON WHEELS
    $150, OBO 618-781-9514
    CLAMPS: ASSORTED C
    clamps $20 941-475-3311
    COMPRESSOR PRO AIR 60
    gal,3.2 HP good cond $300
    941-879-2269
    CORDLESS DRILL Dewalt
    9.6 w/Case like new. $45
    941-286-9721
    CUTTING SYSTEM ALL IN 1
    NEW HAND HELD COST $150
    SELL $55 941-268-9029
    DIAMOND TIP blade new 9"
    wet tile blade $15 941-228-
    1745
    ELECTRONIC MEGGER "Bid-
    die" new in box. $450, OBO
    941-697-1110
    EXTENSION LADDER Wern-
    er Heavy Duty 20 foot fiber-
    glass $100 941-214-0025


    TOOLS/ MACHINERY
    6190


    CUT SAW Ridgid 12" Metal
    Carbon $100 941-485-0681
    LADDER 16 ft. aluminum ext.
    2 piece Good Condition $27
    941-505-0623
    LOADING RAMPS Highland
    Loading Ramps for autos. Like
    New $50 941-830-4582
    MARKING WAND Rust-Oleum
    with extra can of paint. $23
    941-889-7592
    MASON LEVEL 4'x 2' $10
    941-475-3311 1
    MITER SAW ON FOLDING
    TABLE NEW 10" BLADES
    $200, OBO 618-781-9514
    MOUSE SANDER NEW Black
    & Decker w/16 accessories
    $50 727-631-4954
    RATCHET CRAFTSMAN NEW
    1/2 INCH $15 941-268-9029
    RATCHET CRAFTSMAN NEW
    1/2 INCH $15 941-268-9029
    RATCHET CRAFTSMAN NEW
    1/2 INCH $15 941-268-9029
    ROUTER Craftsman, w/table
    $50, OBO 302-258-8615
    SCREW GUN Milwaukee
    heavy duty. $20
    941-475-3311
    SUBMERSIBLE PUMP
    FLOATING SHUTOFF $75, OBO
    618-781-9514
    TABLE SAW table top model
    works good $50 941-214-
    0025
    TOOL BOX, Snap On, filled
    with good tools. $125
    941-286-5275
    TOOL CHEST 6 drawer,
    rolling, filled with Craftsman
    tools. $175 941-962-4573
    TRUCK TOOL Box fits
    Ranger step side. $125
    941-204-7765
    WANTED USED
    MECHANICAL PLATFORM
    SCALE
    5001b capacity or more.
    Call 941-416-6293
    WELL PUMP Flotec Shallow
    Well Jet rebuilt $100
    941-485-0681
    WET DRY vac. 12 gal.4.25
    h.p. industrial, too big for our
    sm. jobs $30 231-740-6479
    WORK BENCH CRAFTSMAN
    8 DRAWER DELTA GRINDER
    $100 941-697-1168
    WRENCHES NEW CRAFTS-
    MAN AMER&MET COST 100
    SELL $55 941-268-9029

    | OFFICE/BUSINESS
    EQUIP./SUPLIES
    Z 6220

    OFFICE OUTFITTERS
    Pre-owned & new office furniture.
    VENICE 941-485-7015
    COMPUTER WORKSTATION
    glass/metal,L shape,2,file,ete-
    gere $150 941-627-8031
    OFFICE DESK, 36x60, Oak,
    w/credenza,shelves & file
    drawer$200/obo 941-564-8676

    RESTAURANT
    SUPPLIES
    L 6225

    ELECTRIC BLACK Soup Ket-
    tle Ex.Cond.Great sellingPoint.
    $80 941-421-9984
    OZONE GENERATOR rain-
    bow500/air purifier $175,
    OBO 941-575-0273
    PEANUT ROASTER w/display
    Counter Top. 25"x15x20"high.
    $350 941-421-9984
    USED REST EQUIP, 1 rotis-
    serie, 1 sandwich warmer, 1
    hen pennie broaster and 1 con-
    vection oven electric Hobart, 2
    cold boxes and 2 hot boxes &
    Misc. items Prices start at
    $50. Must sell 941-457-1717
    WHITE PORCELAIN Plates 9-
    1/2 inches.New.48 total. $50
    941-421-9984






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    BIRDS
    L 6231


    PARROTLETS (2) 9 weeks
    old hand-fed, $75.00, great
    pet, call 386-405-2476

    CATS
    6232


    NOTICE: Statute 585.195
    states that all dogs and cats
    sold in Florida must be at least
    eight weeks old, have an offi-
    cial health certificate and prop-
    er shots, and be free of intesti-
    nal and external parasites.
    KITTEN- M, Siamese mix,
    neutered, 5 mo. 941- 833-
    4322 or 941- 347-1480
    RESCUED CATS, small re-
    homing fee $10. Shots cur-
    rent. 941- 497-6755.

    7 DOGS
    Law 60233


    NOTICE: Statute 585.195
    states that all dogs and cats
    sold in Florida must be at least
    eight weeks old, have an offi-
    cial health certificate and prop-
    er shots, and be free of intesti-
    nal and external parasites.
    BEAGLE RESCUED TO
    ADULT HOME ONLY/INSIDE
    DOG, call for info (863)-558-
    6809
    CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES
    for sale $150. Please call
    941-876-4474
    MORKIES & YORKIES
    Sweet, CKC, $450 & up Vet
    Ck'd Shots, home raised. 239-
    839-3003
    SHORKIES, AKC HAVANESE
    9wks. Health certs & 1st
    shots $450. 863-773-4308
    YORKIE AKC, 8 wks,females,
    shots & health cert $650 and up
    9414754913

    L MISC. PETS
    L aZ6234


    CHINCHILLAS, Asst'd Male &
    Female. Very Nice. $75.00 ea
    941-505-8191 Evenings


    & SERVICES
    Z 6236

    AUTO-FLOW PET fountain cir-
    culates your pet's water $12
    336-869-8668
    BIRD CAGE 24x20x34.5 on
    wheels $250, OBO
    941-505-1494
    CANTEENS-THERMO,OVER
    SADDLE horn $10 941-475-
    2385
    CAT DOOR for window install
    $80 515-745-1535
    CLIPPER, ANDIS Pro-Animal
    4 attachment combs & case.
    $15 941-916-2621
    DOG CRATE PETMATE XL
    36x24x27 w/pan & divider
    NICE $65 941-493-3851
    DOG KENNEL medium steel-
    excellent condition $40, OBO
    941-375-8115
    HORSE TACK saddles, bri-
    dles, show clothes, come
    make offer. 941-504-1947




    APPLIANCES
    6250


    DISH WASHER Whirlpool
    White air/heat drying Good.
    Cond. $70 941-244-2405
    DRYER FRIGIDAIRE, Heavy
    Duty $150, OBO 941-815-
    1362
    DRYER HOTPOINT- WHITE,
    EXCELLENT CONDITION $80
    860-941-8073


    APPLIANCES
    6250


    ELECTRIC STOVE 30in white
    GE 4 burner clean like new
    $130 941-575-8719
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    white, side x side, ice & water
    on door. $150 941-467-1590
    GAS DRYER Maytag, runs
    reat,cream, used w/5propane
    200, OBO 941-625-5534
    GE REFRIG. 05 bisque ice in
    door s x s good condition
    $200 865-414-0073
    GEORGE FOREMAN Jr Rotis-
    serie GR82B like new, photos
    avail $60 727-631-4954
    HOT WATER Heater Whirlpool
    40 gal. Elct. 5 years new. like
    new. $125 941-244-2405
    I V ... .......... I
    SUNI DECLASSIFIED
    MICROWAVE OVEN Whirlpool
    white under cabinet,good cond
    $75, OBO 941-879-2269
    MOST WASHERS, Dryers &
    Fridges repaired for $65
    or less. 941- 460 0763
    REFRIG G.E BISQUE SIDE BY
    SIDE ICE WATER I/DR $125
    419-721-9475
    REFRIGERATOR FRIGIDAIRE
    side by side, S/S. Exc cond.
    $350 941-564-6598
    REFRIGERATOR FRIGIDAIRE
    white, icemaker, 20cf. $70
    941-423-8272
    REFRIGERATOR SIDE by
    side, white $165 805-252-
    3452
    REFRIGERATOR, S.S. ken.
    20w34h20d. New $125, OBO
    941-474-8286
    REFRIGERATOR, Whirlpool
    25cf side-by-side water/ice
    $200 941-625-2779
    STACKABLE
    WASHER/DRYER Ex. Lrg.
    27X32 $250 941-467-5766
    STOVE 30" white S/C coil
    hood/fan $60 941-423-8272
    STOVE ELECTRIC bisque
    almost like new 30 inch
    $120, OBO 941-426-7663
    STOVE GE 301INCH S/C
    STOVE LIKE NEW $100
    941-639-3516
    STOVE MAGIC COLOR BEIGE
    CALL BILL $50, OBO
    941-391-6551 PC
    STOVE MAYTAG 2006 coil
    top looks new just needs ele-
    ment $50 941-625-2779
    STOVE WHIRLPOOL, self
    cleaning, almond, like new.
    $95 941-475-4486
    WANTED: APARTMENT size
    stackable washer/dryer. $200
    941-485-4662
    WASHER & DRYER, like new,
    exc cond, approx 2-3 yrs old.
    $350 941-286-9001
    WASHER, DRYER, fridge
    Used. $50, OBO 941-585-
    2331
    WINE FRIDGE HOLDS 12
    BOTTLES, COUNTERTOP,
    VENICE $65 941-493-7910


    APPLIANCES
    6250


    WASHER/DRYER set
    $175, OBO 941-698-1104

    MISCELLANEOUS
    L 6260


    A/C 3 1/2 Ton Lennox Fully
    Charged .. Excellent condition
    $400, OBO 941-416-0239
    BOOKS: 18 DANIELLE STEEL
    PAPERBACKS LIKE NEW $10
    941-475-7577
    BULL CARVING by Witco
    Decor-58"X36" Hang on wall.
    $60, OBO 941-889-7592
    BUY MY GARAGE Full of
    Items $300, OBO 941-735-
    1709
    CARD TABLES (2) AND 4
    CHAIRS Good condition. $30
    941-457-7977
    CHRISTIAN BOOKS approx.
    30, hard cover and paperback
    $30 813-508-9713
    EDISON TEXTBOOK College
    Algebra Essential 3rd Ed.
    $100 434-945-0104
    EDISON TEXTBOOK Commu-
    nicating effectively. 10th Ed
    $60 434-945-0104
    EDISON TEXTBOOK The Art
    of Being Human. 9th Ed. $35
    434-945-0104
    FIREWOOD SEASONED split
    oak 1/2 facecord FREE DELIV-
    ERY. $120 941-526-7589
    FIREWOOD SEASONED split
    oak firewood, full half cord
    $150 941-628-0557
    MECHANICAL TIME Switch
    Intermatic Model T101. New
    $20 941-697-3613
    MOTORCYCLE WIND-
    SHIELD paid 365.90 new.
    $150
    941-628-2122
    MOVIE TAPES- 307 VHS and
    20 blank tapes. $100 takes
    all. 941-575-7240
    NEW 2012 Plug n Play Super
    joystick & Gun. 76,000
    games. $25 941-421-9984
    OUTDOOR GAS fireplace
    with gas logs great for porch
    $125 941-662-0688
    PONTOONS, Two 16' alu-
    minum for boat $125 for both.
    ***SOLD***
    PVC FITTINGS 850 NEW
    ASSORTED PIECES + EXTRAS
    $200 941-475-7577
    READING GLASSES new fos-
    ter grant 1.75 $4 941-228-
    1745
    STROBE LIGHT 1 million
    CP/12V magnetic USA made
    $49 941-223-2625
    TABLETOP GLASS Rectangu-
    lar 6ft by 42in $150, OBO
    941-735-1709
    TAURUS CAR shop manuals
    1988 factory oem $20, OBO
    941-698-4773
    TELEPHONE. Unusual golf
    bag and club style. NOT A
    REAL BAG!! $30. 941-423-
    2585
    THEMOS BOTTLE 13"H plas-
    tic/insulted w/handle Hot/Cold
    like new. $15 941-493-1686
    WOOD, ASSORTED PIECES
    HUNDREDS SMALL & LARGE
    $250, OBO 941-475-7577
    WORK STATION LIGHT Full
    Spectrum 42W Dimmable
    MINT $60 941-412-9090

    WANTED TO
    BUY/TRADE
    6270

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


    CASH PAID FOR WWI WWII
    KOREAN, VIETNAM,
    GERKMANJAPANESE, ETC.
    Military items (941)416-3280


    WANTED TO
    BUY/TRADE



    WANTED USED
    MECHANICAL PLATFORM
    SCALE
    5001b capacity or more.
    Call 941-416-6293
    WANTED: Baby Grand Piano,
    White. Call 941-575-0300

    7000


    TRANSPORTATION

    Haven Ratcliff
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    BUICK
    Lv 7020


    2001 BUICK PARK AVENUE
    White, leather, super clean,
    57K mi $6500 941-485-7313
    2007 BUICK LUCERNE-CXL
    V6, 91k miles Burg. Ex Shape!
    $9,900. 941-504-8893
    CADILLAC
    7030


    1990 CADILLAC DEVILLE
    White, 4dr, 80k orig. miles. Ex
    cond. $3000/obo 941-662-9115
    2005 CADILLAC DEVILLE
    rotonda area, beige, 23k mi,
    $14,995 941-697-4719
    2005 CADILLAC ESCALADE
    black, 107,687 miles
    $12,485 877-219-9139 dlr
    2007 CADILLAC CTS, sun
    roof, new tires, 47,200 mi,
    $13,500. 419-303-6101.
    2007 CADILLAC DTS
    EXCELLENT CONDITION
    SANDSTONE 19,989


    2008 CADILLAC CTS, white,
    loaded, 1 owner, 127k hiway
    mi, new tires, BOSE. Exc cond.
    $14,900 941-928-4591
    2010 CADILLAC SRX
    SILVER GRAY LEATHER
    SUNROOF 6K MILES
    CHROME WHEELS $43,988


    CHEVY
    7040


    1984 CHEVROLET
    CORVETTE, 61K orig. mi.
    Mint cond. $6900/obo. 941-
    697-9516
    1999 CHEVY MONTE
    CARLO, 70K mi, PW/PL, AC,
    $3988. 941-639-1601, DIr.
    2000 CHEVROLET MONTE
    CARLO $575 Down
    239-271-5609 dlr
    2001 CHEVROLET MALIBU,
    Only 55K. V-6. Must See !
    $4,950 941-833-2200 dlr
    2001 IMPALA LS, red,
    loaded, moonroof, new
    brakes, tires, rebuilt AC sys-
    tem, runs & looks great,
    21784 Edgewater Dr. 90,100
    mi. $5700 obo 941-258-1837
    2003 CHEVROLET MALIBU,
    Only 62K. Loaded. V-6. Nice !,
    $5,950 941-833-2200 dlr
    2004 CHEVROLET MALIBU
    CLASSIC, cold air. $4,400,
    OBO 941-380-7528
    2005 CHEVY MALIBU MAX,
    full power, cold AC, moonroof.
    $5,988. 941-639-1601, DIr.


    CHEVY
    7040


    2006 CHEVY AVEO LS, 4 dr,
    white, 62,228 miles $8,000
    877-219-9139 dlr
    2010 CHEVY CAMARO
    CALLAWAY EDITION MUST
    SEE RARE 49,989


    2010 CHEVY CORVETTE
    AUTOMATIC, TARGA TOP,
    ONLY 13K $41,989


    USE CLASSIFIED!
    2010 CHEVY HHR
    14K $12,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR
    2010 CHEVY IMPALA 4 dr,
    base, white, 17,315 mi,
    $17,950 877-219-9139

    CHRYSLER



    2004 CHRYSLER PT CRUIS-
    ER, Beige, 89,148 mi, $6,987
    877-219-9139
    2005 CHRYSLER
    CROSSFIRE ROADSTER
    WHITE 38K MILES LTH
    LOADED LIKE NEW $17,988


    2005 CHRYSLER SEBRING
    Conv.Only 66K. Loaded. Clean
    $7,950 941-833-2200 dlr
    2005 CHRYSLER SEBRING
    Convertible, 53,000 mi, Tour-
    ing edition. Real clean. $7,200
    941-214-8168
    2006 CHRYS. 300C HEMI,
    $16,990. 941-639-7300
    Gene Gorman Premier
    2008 CHRYSLER SEBRING
    convt, LX, FWD, silver, 46,225
    mi, $11,875 877-219-9139

    DODGE
    7060


    1999 DODGE INTREPID,
    PW, PL, AC. Clean! $3,988.
    941-639-1601 DIr.
    2000 DODGE VIPER
    ONLY 14K ORIGINAL MILES
    $44,989


    2005 DODGE MAGNUM
    $12,990 941-639-7300
    Gene Gorman Premier
    2006 DODGE CHARGER
    R/T. 64K. Loaded. Hemi.
    Almost Perfect! REDUCED
    $15,350. 941-833-2200 DLR
    2006 DODGE STRATUS SXT,
    4 dr, gray, 44,020 miles
    $10,258 877-219-9139 dIr
    2007 DODGE CALIBER
    black, 44,805 mi, $11,452
    877-219-9139
    2007 DODGE CALIBER,
    $11,990. 941-639-7300
    Gene Gorman Premier
    2008 DODGE CALIBER SXT,
    4 dr, blue, 57,272 mi $11,000
    877-219-9139 dlr
    2010 DODGE
    CHALLENGER 200 MILE
    NEW CAR $39,988


    2010 DODGE CHALLENGER
    34K $27,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR
    FORD
    7070


    2000 FORD FOCUS SE
    Wagon. Only 70K. All power.
    $4,350 941-833-2200 DLR
    2005 FORD THUNDERBIRD
    convt, 2 dr, 31,465 miles
    $20,950 877-219-9139 dlr
    2008 FORD MUSTANG GT,
    red, 15,350 mi, $19,950
    877-219-9139
    2009 FORD MUSTANG
    $16,911
    (877)-211-8054 DLR


    FORD
    7070


    2010 FORD FOCUS SEL
    loaded, leather, 4000 mi.
    $9500. Call 941-769-2111.
    2010 FORD TAURUS
    LTD $26,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR
    2010 FORD FOCUS SES,
    2,900 miles, like new. Asking,
    $15,500, OBO 941-966-3325



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    GMC
    LW ^ 7075


    2004 GMC ENVOY SUV,
    152,887 mi, black, $7,285
    877-219-9139 dIr

    JEEP
    7080P


    2005 JEEP WRANGLER, Mint
    Cond! Only 46k Mi! $13,988.
    941-625-2141 Gorman Family
    2007 JEEP GRAND CHERO-
    KEE SRT8 ONLY 47K MILES
    $29,989


    2008 JEEP PATRIOT
    $12,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR


    2008 JEEP WRANGLER
    SAHARA, $23,990 941-
    639-7300 GeneGnrmRenaier

    LINCOLN
    LW 04Z7090


    2002 LINCOLN TOWNCAR
    CARTIER, Low Miles! Leather!
    $9,988. 941-639-1601 DIr.





    2004 LINCOLN TOWNCAR
    Cashmere metallic (beige)
    beige leather interior, 64k mi,
    beige vinyl roof, full power,
    This car is absolutely impecca-
    ble inside and out. Must See
    $12,800 941-483-4005
    2006 LINCOLN TOWN CAR
    Sig.Carr.Roof. Only 58K. Nice!
    $13,950. 941-833-2200 dlr

    MERCURY
    L ^ : 7100


    1997 MERCURY GRAND
    Marquis white, 56,730 mi,
    $5,897 877-219-9139
    2006 MERCURY SABLE
    PREMIER EDITION ONLY 15K
    MILES $14,989


    2007 GRAND MARQUIS
    LS, $14,990. 941-639-
    7300 Gene Gorman Premier

    OLDSMOBILE /
    7110


    1998 OLDSMOBILE 88
    LS, Leather 122k mi.,$4,000
    1 owner 941-475-3745





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    PLYMOUTH
    7120


    1999 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER
    with handicap seat, 120kmi
    Call 941-473-1223
    7 PONTIAC



    2000 PONTIAC GRANDAM,
    green, 90,218 mi, $4,997
    877-219-9139
    2002 PONTIAC GRAND
    PRIX 4 DR Sedan, 140,000
    mi, 6 cyl., automatic, AM/FM
    cassette/CD player, burnt red,
    auto, a/c, pwr locks, pwr
    seats, pwr win, cruise, key-
    less, air bag, ABS, leather,
    alloy wheels, heated seats, GT
    1 owner,loaded highway miles,
    1st reasonable offer takes it,
    $3,400, OBO 941-400-8815
    2004 PONTIAC GRAND Am
    silver, 69,291 miles $8,425
    877-219-9139 dlr
    2004 PONTIAC GTO
    YELLOW ONLY 41K MILES
    $18,989


    2006 PONTIAC SOLSTICE
    24k mi, auto, black, top condi-
    tion $16,000 941-505-5520
    Classified = Sales |
    2007 PONTIAC G6
    15K $21,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR
    2008 PONTIAC G6 4 dr,
    Value, silver, 53,781 miles
    $12,000 877-219-9139 dlr
    2008 PONTIAC VIBE silver,
    46,568 mi, $11,457 877-
    219-9139
    SATURN
    Loalm:7135


    2004 SATURN L300 silver,
    77,430 mi, $7,985 877-219-
    9139
    PRO-POWER
    AUTO SALES
    (941)-627-8822
    USED SATURN SALES
    PARTS & SERVICE
    "THE SATURN GUYS"
    01 SL2 Sedan.........$3,099
    99 SL2 Sedan.........$3,299
    00 SL2 Sedan..........$3495
    03 VUE SUV.............$5,595
    03 ION Sedan..........$6,299
    02 VUE V6 AWD.......$6,899
    07 ION Sedan..........$7,999
    08 Astra XR Sedan..$11,995
    23440 Janice Ave.
    Port Charlotte, FL 33980

    SCION
    Low 7136


    2005 SCION XB maroon,
    87,176 mi, $9,875 877-219-
    9139
    2005 SCION XB silver,
    60,243 mi, $10,978 877-
    219-9139
    2008 SCION TC 2 dr, manu-
    al, black, 32,227 mi $13,875
    877-219-9139 dIr
    2009 SCION XD 31,031
    miles $15,875 877-219-9139
    dlr

    ACURA
    Low 7145


    2006 ACURARSX Coupe,
    Low Miles! Auto, Moonroof!
    $11,988 941-639-1601, DIr.
    2009 ACURA TL
    $26,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR
    AUDI
    7147


    2007 AUDI A4
    $19,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR


    2001 BMW 325i 60K Miles,
    Leather, Loaded. $9,988
    941-639-1601 DIr.
    2004 BMW 330CIC 2 dr,
    convertible, silver, 89,461 mi
    $12,950 877-219-9139 dlr
    2004 MINI COOPER S, PW,
    PL, A/C. Loaded! $11,988.
    941-639-1601 DIr.
    2005 BMW 325i $13,990
    941-639-7300 Gene Gor-
    man Premier
    2005 BMW 3301 black,
    35,314 mi, $18,754 877-
    219-9139
    2006 BMW 325, Like New!
    Nice Ride! $16,988. 625-
    2141 Gorman Family
    2006 BMW 330CI, private
    party 39K mi, convt, loaded, ex.
    cond. $20,990 941-347-7005
    2010 BMW M3
    LOADED WITH UPGRADES
    MUST SEE!! $66,989



    7160


    1999 HONDA ACCORD EX,
    Mint Cond! Must See! $5,988.
    941-625-2141 Gorman Family
    2002 HONDA ACCORD
    red/tan, 110,740 mi, $7,658
    877-219-9139
    2002 HONDA CIVIC EX
    COUPE Auto, Moonroof!
    $6,988. 941-639-1601 DIr.
    2003 HONDA CIVIC silver,
    109,671 mi, $6,874 877-
    219-9139
    2005 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
    4 dr, V6, silver, 100,232 miles
    $12,000 877-219-9139 dlr
    2005 HONDA ACCORD
    hybrid, silver, 93,699 mi,
    $10,875 877-219-9139
    2006 HONDA CIVIC hybrid,
    white, 87,138 mi, $11,875
    877-219-9139
    2007 HONDA CIVIC Hybrid,
    silver blue metalic, 13,952 mi
    $16,875 877-219-9139 dlr
    2008 HONDA ACCORD
    33K $18,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR
    2008 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr,
    EXL, gray, 20,736 mi,
    $17,950 877-219-9139
    2008 HONDA ACCORD Cer-
    tified, EXL, nay, gray, 47,393
    mi, $18,754 877-219-9139
    2008 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
    4 door, gray, 45,262 mi
    $17,950 877-219-9139 dlr
    2008 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
    4 dr, gold, 30,786 mi,
    $16,950 877-219-9139
    2008 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
    4 dr, mystic green, 59,048 mi,
    $16,547 877-219-9139
    2008 HONDA ACCORD LXP,
    4 dr, gray, 64,158 mi
    $15,000 877-219-9139 dlr
    NEED CASH?
    Have A Garage
    Sale!
    2008 HONDA ACCORD
    white, 69,240 mi, $12,875
    877-219-9139
    2008 HONDA CIVIC
    COUPE 33K $13,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR
    2008 HONDA CIVIC Hybrid,
    white, 21,496 mi $16,895
    877-219-9139 dlr
    2008 HONDA CRV
    $19,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR
    2008 HONDA CRV green,
    28,932 miles $19,870 877-
    219-9139 dlr
    2009 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr,
    LXP, polished metal, 31,430
    mi, $15,950 877-219-9139
    2009 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
    4 DR, black, 19,544 miles
    $19,875 877-219-9139 dlr


    2009 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
    4 dr, royal blue, 20,086 miles
    $18,950 877-219-9139 dlr
    2009 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
    nay, V6, 4 dr, 40,699 miles
    $19,754 877-219-9139 dlr
    2009 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
    V6, 4 dr, green, 37,281 mi,
    $19,950 877-219-9139
    2009 HONDA ACCORD
    gray, 32,868 mi, $18,975
    877-219-9139
    2009 HONDA ACCORD
    LXP, 4 dr, beige, 45,528 miles
    $15,879 877-219-9139 dlr
    2009 HONDA CIVIC DX, VP,
    4 dr, blue, 26,186 mi,
    $13,950 877-219-9139
    2009 HONDA CIVIC EX, 4 dr,
    silver, 47,313 mi $14,950
    877-219-9139 dlr
    2009 HONDA CIVIC EXL, 4
    dr, polished metal, 29,545 mi
    $17,000 877-219-9139 dlr
    2009 HONDA CIVIC LX, 4 dr
    sedan, white, 25,577 mi,
    $15,000 877-219-9139
    2009 HONDA CIVIC LX, 4 dr,
    auto, red, 31,659 mi $14,950
    877-219-9139 dlr
    2009 HONDA CIVIC LX, 4 dr,
    royal blue, 38,910 mi
    $14,950 877-219-9139 dlr
    2010 HONDA ACCORD
    black, 6,178 mi, $24,578
    877-219-9139
    2010 HONDA CIVIC DX, VP,
    4 dr, royal blue, 23,066 miles
    $15,000 877-219-9139 dlr
    2010 HONDA CIVIC LX, 4 dr,
    silver, 7,330 mi, $16,987
    877-219-9139
    2010 HONDA CIVIC LXS, 4
    dr, silver, 27,076 mi, $14,950
    877-219-9139
    2010 HONDA CROSSTOUR
    Certified EXL, FWD, green, 7,182
    mi, $28,975 877-219-9139
    2010 HONDA CROSSTOUR
    EX, 4 dr, FWD, blue, 8,885 mi
    $26,789 877-219-9139 dlr
    2010 HONDA CROSSTOUR
    EXL, 4 dr, 2WD, silver, 7,081
    mi, $28,978 877-219-9139
    2010 HONDA FIT Sport,
    blue, 34,816 mi, $13,950
    877-219-9139
    2010 HONDA FIT SPORT,
    silver, 24,144 mi, $17,000
    877-219-9139 dlr
    2010 HONDA INSIGHT EX, 4
    dr hybrid, silver, 43,462 mi,
    $16,950 877-219-9139
    2011 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr,
    LXS, silver, 11,536 mi,
    $21,950 877-219-9139
    2011 HONDA ACCORD Cer-
    tified EXL, V6, silver, 10,876
    mi $25,745 877-219-9139 dlr
    2011 HONDA ACCORD sil-
    ver, 10,815 mi, $20,478
    877-219-9139
    2011 HONDA CR-V,
    Blue, 4,708 mi, $27,845
    877-219-9139 dlr
    2011 HONDA FIT blue,
    3,991 mi, $17,985 877-219-
    9139
    2011 HONDA FIT silver,
    12,744 mi, $15,687 877-
    219-9139
    2012 HONDA ACCORD
    black, 1,015 mi, $25,947
    877-219-9139
    2012 HONDA ACCORD sil-
    ver, 7,010 mi, $21,478 877-
    219-9139

    L HYUNDAI
    S17163


    2004 HYUNDAI ELANTRA,
    GLS, 4 dr, silver, 84,156 mi,
    $6,900 877-219-9139 dlr
    2004 HYUNDAI SONATA
    ONLY 27K ORIGINAL MILES,
    EXTRA CLEAN $8,989
    WID AUAR
    877*216-8292


    BMW HONDA
    L a 7148 L 7160


    L HYUNDAI
    W4 7163


    2005 HYUNDAI ELANTRA
    1 owner, 85K mi, exc cond,
    new tires & brakes.
    $6,295, OBO 941-661-3290
    2009 HYUNDAI GENESIS sil-
    ver, 16,991 miles $26,950
    877-219-9139 dlr
    2010 HYUNADI SONATA
    GLS, 4 dr, green, 35,917 mi
    $14,785 877-219-9139 dlr
    2011 HYUNDAI SONATA
    GLS, 4 dr, silver, 14,041 miles
    $18,785 877-219-9139 dlr
    L INFINITI
    law4:7165IT'


    2004 INFINITI G35 gray,
    71,281 mi, $13,987 877-219-
    9139
    2008 INFINITI G35 4 dr,
    black, 43,156 miles $22,950
    877-219-9139 dlr
    2010 INFINITI G37
    LOADED WITH EVERYTHING
    EXTRA LOW MILES $38,989


    JAGUAR
    7175


    -- 2005 NISSAN 350Z
    2005 JAGUAR VANDEN CONVERTIBLE 42K SUPER
    PLAS EXTRA CL AN NEW CLEAN $19,989
    JAG TRADE IN 241989 "


    2007 JAGUAR XK CONVT
    GREEN/TAN LTHR CERTIFIED
    WARRANTY 40K MILES
    $36,988


    LEXUS
    7178


    2000 LEXUS RX 300 4x4,
    Pearl White, all power, 1 owner
    $4,995 OBO 941-429-5722
    2004 LEXUS ES330
    21K $17,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR
    2005 LEXUS ES330
    22K $20,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR
    2005 LEXUS IS300
    47K $18,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR
    2005 LEXUS RX 330
    $17,990 941-639-7300
    Gene Gorman Premier
    2006 LEXUS ES330
    32K $20,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR
    2007 LEXUS IS250 4DR,
    blue, 43,186 miles $22,485
    877-219-9139 dlr
    2007 LEXUS IS250 black,
    58,015 mi, $22,547 877-
    219-9139
    2008 LEXUS ES350S
    13 TO CHOOSE FROM
    $24,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR
    2008 LEXUS SC430
    35K $47,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR
    2009 LEXUS ES350S
    12 TO CHOOSE FROM
    $25,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR

    MAZDA
    7180


    1999 MAZDA MIATA MX-5,
    42,748, Red, $9,987 877-
    219-9139 dlr
    2002 MAZDA 626 tan,
    99,784 miles $6,587 877-
    219-9139 dlr
    2005 MAZDA 3
    $10,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR
    2008 MAZDA MIATA
    7K $18,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR


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    2006 NISSAN 350Z
    11,000 MILES $23,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR
    2006 NISSAN XTERRA 4x4
    $13,990. 941-639-7300
    Gene Gorman Premier

    L SPORTS CARS
    L ^ ::7205


    1988 CORVETTE CONV 4+3
    loaded, great cond. Reduced
    $7495. 941-626-7682.
    1995 CORVETTE LT1 red, glass
    top, 29k mi, like new, always
    garaged $14,200 941-429-5963
    2005 BMW Z4 red convert-
    ible all leather, $17,000 941-
    416-1706 941-627-8048
    L SUBARU
    wal m 7207


    2006 SUBARU LEGACY sil-
    ver, 9,638 mi, $15,874 877-
    219-9139
    TOYOTA
    L 0 a :7210


    1999 TOYOTA SOLARA
    90,998 mi, $6,987 877-219-
    9139
    2000 TOYOTA CAMRY
    white, 86,224 mi, $6,897
    877-219-9139
    2003 TOYOTA COROLLA
    silver, 112,323 miles $6,995
    877-219-9139 dlr
    2004 TOYOTA COROLLA S,
    gray, 80,440 mi, $9,748
    877-219-9139
    2005 TOYOTA CAMRY
    beige, 25,885 miles $12,985
    877-219-9139 dlr
    2005 TOYOTA COROLLA
    LE, PW, PL, ABS Brakes, Side
    Airbags, Silver in Color. One
    Owner. New Tires & Brakes.
    Just Serviced. $8,900. 941-
    961-7349


    2008 TOYOTA PRIUS
    Black, 79k mostly hwy mi,
    new tires, very clean.
    $13,800 941-488-4814


    L MERCEDES
    4Z7190


    2003 MERCEDES E320
    Loaded! Like New! $14,988.
    941-625-2141 Gorman Family
    2003 MERCEDES SLK Hard
    Top Conv. 55K. Needs Noth-
    ing! $10,995. 941-493-5959
    2005 MERCEDES CLK320
    30K $19,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR
    2006 MERCEDES BENZ C230
    Like New. 32k Mi! $17,988.
    941-625-2141 GomianFamnly

    S MITSUBISHI
    '0 7195


    1999 MITSUBISHI Eclipse
    Spyder GS-T, conv., 109k mi,
    red, $4500. 941-286-6143.
    2008 MITISUBISHI LANCER
    DE, 4 dr, gray, 55,580 miles
    $11,950 877-219-9139 dlr
    2009 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
    SPYDER RED 20K MILES
    $19,988


    NISSAN
    7200


    TOYOTA
    7210


    2008 TOYOTA CAMRY LE Mint
    Cond! $12,988. 941-625-
    2141 Gorman Family
    2009 TOYOTA CAMRY
    81,112 mi, $14,256 877-
    219-9139
    2009 TOYOTA PRIUS
    $22,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR
    2009 TOYOTA TACOMA
    4x4 $20,990 941-639-
    7300 Gene Gorman Premier
    2010 TOYOTA PRIUS black,
    36,116 miles $19,950 877-
    219-9139 dlr
    VOLVO
    72300


    2007 VOLVO V70 wagon,
    2.4L, 52,262 mi, $19,875
    877-219-9139

    COLLECTIBLES
    7250

    1980 PONTIAC FIREBIRD
    classic auto V8 AC power, 84K
    exc. $5995. 941-626-7682.
    1980 PONTIAC TRANS AM,
    ac, auto, PW, Total restoration
    $12,500 941-408-9295
    1986 MERCEDES BENZ 560
    SL convertible, exc. cond.
    hard & clothtop, mileage high
    80's, $18,900 920-216-9988
    S BUDGET BUYS
    wa::7252


    1999 FORD TAURUS
    A.T, A.C., 4-door $475 down
    800-470-0650









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    1995 CAMARO wing, after
    market, new, never used.
    $125, OBO 941-698-1104





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    454 BIG BLOCK SET CYLIN-
    DER HEADS #346236 $300
    941-629-6429
    CAR COVER, VW, new Bee-
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    CHROME RIMS SET OF 4,
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    TRUCKS.$200 863-494-0936
    DODGE MOTOR & TRANS-
    MISSION 225 slant six engine.
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    2001 HONDA Odyssey cold
    ac, new tires & brakes, vry
    depen. $5495 941-493-5959
    2002 CHRYSLER TOWN &
    COUNTRY LX, well maint. exc.
    cond. $4995. 941-626-7682
    2002 DODGE RAM Van 1
    Ton, 130k mi. Air. Power, Lad-
    der Racks & Tow Package.
    $3,500. 814-462-7146
    2002 HONDA ODYSSEY
    mesa-beige, 148,341 mi,
    $8,975 877-219-9139
    2002 MERCURY VILLAGER,
    PW/PL, Only 80k Mi! Cold AC.
    $4,988. 941-639-1601, DIr.
    2005 DODGE CARAVAN
    SE, 92K, loaded, good condi-
    tion. 9 month warranty $6,400
    941-426-2822


    VANS
    Lao 7290


    2005 TOYOTA SIENNA
    $13,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR
    2006 DODGE CARAVAN SE,
    PW, PL, AC. Great Family Van!
    $7,988. 941-639-1601, DIr.
    2007 CHEVY UPLANDER
    LS, EXT, WB, It blue, 78,898
    mi $11,000 877-219-9139 dlr
    2007 CHRYSLER TOWN &
    COUNTRY 37K $15,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR
    2007 HONDA ODYSSEY
    Certified, dk cherry, 55,536
    mi, $18,798 877-219-9139
    2007 HONDA ODYSSEY
    Certified, gray, 62,600 mi,
    $15,987 877-219-9139
    2008 HONDA ODYSSEY
    EXL, mocha, 72,315 mi,
    $17,950 877-219-9139
    2008 HONDA ODYSSEY LX,
    beige, 58,482 mi, $15,950
    877-219-9139
    2008 HONDA ODYSSEY
    TOURING ONLY 35K MILES
    '$26,989

    2008 TOYOTA SIENNA LTD.
    Green, leather, all options, 68K
    mi. $21,300. 941-661-6269
    2009 HONDA ODYSSEY
    green, 25,755 mi, $25,990
    877-219-9139
    2009 NISSAN QUEST white,
    29,766 mi, $21,950 877-
    219-9139
    2009 TOYOTA SIENNA LE,
    silver, 37,074 mi, $18,750
    877-219-9139
    2010 HONDA ODYSSEY
    EXL, black, 28,655 miles
    $27,950 877-219-9139 dlr
    2010 HONDA ODYSSEY
    EXL, gray, 19,804 mi,
    $29,450 877-219-9139
    2010 HONDA ODYSSEY
    EXL, silver, 12,801 mi,
    $30,000 877-219-9139
    2010 HONDA ODYSSEY
    EXL, white, 35,206 mi,
    $27,950 877-219-9139
    2010 HONDA ODYSSEY LX,
    polished metal, 32,528 miles
    $20,450 877-219-9139 dlr
    2010 HONDA ODYSSEY
    ocean mist, 26,406 mi,
    $24,578 877-219-9139
    2010 HONDA ODYSSEY sil-
    ver, 14,420 mi, $24,897
    877-219-9139
    2011 HONDA ODYSSEY
    EXL, silver, 15,372 miles
    $32,870 877-219-9139 dlr
    2011 HONDA PILOT Certi-
    fied EXL, black, 12,040 mi,
    $32,875 877-219-9139
    |TRUCKS/PICK-UPS
    7300


    1994 CHEVROLET K1500
    4x4, 5.7L, Ext. Cab. Runs
    Good. $2,800. 941-505-8191


    1998 FORD RANGER Red,
    stepside, 65k miles, 5 spd,
    New complete tune up &
    brake job. Runs great
    $3950. 616-240-0025
    1999 FORD F-350 4 door,
    crew cab, grey leather 7.3
    diesel, $3,950 941-587-2896
    2000 FORD RANGER Super
    Cab XLT, PW, PL. Low Miles!
    $6,488 941-639-1601, DIr.
    2002 CHEVY SILVERADO
    4X4 $10,990. 941-639-
    7300 Gene Gorman Premier
    2002 DODGE RAM 1500
    white, 84,115 miles $6,995
    877-219-9139 dlr
    2003 CHEVY S10
    919 MILES $12,990
    (877)-211-8054 DLR
    2003 FORD F-250
    $12,990 941-639-7300
    Gene Gorman Premier


    TRUCKS/ PICK-UPS
    7300


    1999 FORD F-150 x/cab 4-
    dr. $975 down 800-470-0650
    2003 FORD F-350 52,300
    mi, V8, RWD, 6 speed, captain
    seat, red, XLT reg. cab,
    $8,950 941-474-2844
    2003 FORD F150 King
    Ranch white, 78,827 miles
    $11,950 877-219-9139 dlr
    2004 FORD F-150 Crew Cab
    100k mi, 2WD, Good Cond.
    100k Maint done at 91k mi.
    $8,000 941-625-2986
    2005 DODGE RAM 1500
    silver, 53,101 miles $21,879
    877-219-9139 dlr
    2006 FORD F150, Super
    Cab XLT, PW, PL, V8,
    $12,988. 941-639-1601 DIr.


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    2006 GMC SIERRA Sit crew
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    diesel, 50k mi. $28,000 firm
    941-416-1706/941-627-8048
    2007 CHEVY COLORADO,
    Crew Cab LT. PW, PL, AC.
    $10,988. 941-639-1601 DIr.
    2007 HONDA RIDGELINE
    RTL, black, 56,921 mi,
    $20,950 877-219-9139
    2007 TOYOTA TACOMA Pre-
    Runner, silver, 52,589 mi,
    $18,950 877-219-9139
    2008 FORD RANGER Super
    Cab. Like New! $15,988.
    941-625-2141 Gorman Family
    2008 HONDA RIDGELINE
    white, 51,949 miles $24,875
    877-219-9139 dlr


    TRUCKS/ PICK-UPS
    7300


    2004 CHEVROLET SILVERADO
    $1650 down 800-470-0650
    2008 NISSAN FRONTIER sil-
    ver, 9,638 mi, $15,874 877-
    219-9139
    2010 HONDA RIDGELINE
    RTS, white, 23,431 mi,
    $28,000 877-219-9139
    2010 TOYOTA TACOMA
    Access Cab SR5 PreRunner.
    24k Mi, Very Nice, Asking
    $21,000 941-474-7832 or
    941-735-0217
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    LZ 7305

    2001 NISSAN PATHFINDER
    blue, 131,781 miles $7,000
    877-219-9139 dlr

    2002 CADILLAC ESCALADE
    4X4, Moon roof! Loaded!
    $12,988. 941-639-1601 DIr.
    2003 CHEVROLET BLAZER
    4 dr $675 Down
    800-470-0650


    2012 HYUNDAI

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    2003 CHEVY SUBURBAN
    1500 tan, 1 12,0> m-l: ..e
    $10,375 --.2 :'1.1:9 dli
    2003 CHEVY TAHOE 4.4
    Z71, Lthr., :'rd :iRo Loded!:i
    $11,988. 94 .1 1.' :. i(1 i i
    2004 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER
    EXT. LT, :, ,: ro !
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    2004 HONDA PILOT E*, ,il.
    ver, 105,'?-:-: n- _. 1[ .-:,
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    877-219-9 -:dl di,
    2004 HYUNDAI SANTAFE
    gold, 8L.',. nf L.', -,
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    2004 LEXUS RX330 V,..
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    2005 CHRYSLER PACIFICA
    silver, 10-,9 n.., _.. .,. .9
    877-219-91 :
    2005 SATURN VUE E.-ellent
    Condition! S8.988. 6 '2.. 11 i


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    2005 TOYOTA RUNNER
    '-I'', -, .d er, 9,~0: 9 nmnle-:
    '_.11 .... i. -19 91 -:9 dih
    2005 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER
    4.4 .t:, :e-,r.i! S10.588.
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    2005 TOYOTA SEQUOIA
    -I".,, old, ",h:i ..9 "'' nm i
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    2006 ACURA MDX
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    2006 NISSAN ARMADA
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    '.l i,9'-0 .- 19.91 :9
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    2007 HONDA PILOT E L,
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    2007 LANDROVER LR3 'E.
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    2007 LEXUS RX400H AWD.
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    2007 TOYOTA RAV4
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    2008 FORD EDGE HOt hide!
    Loded! S16.588. 941-
    2141 Gorman Family
    2008 FORD EXPEDITION
    Eddile I::uer, blue, ':,':.,i.:" nm ,

    2008 HONDA CRV L. I ,er.

    2008 HONDA CRV ii
    2008 HONDA CRV:9
    2008 HONDA CRV .Iver,
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    1,L ;,9'. 219 91 i -:
    2008 NISSAN XTERRA
    irute.. 4,41. i nm le-:. l:..'9.
    , .2- 19 91 :9 ,idli
    2008 SUZUKI SX4 4 i,. nr
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    2009 DODGE JOURNEY
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    2009 HONDA CRV eitrie,.
    *- r e ej, 49 ',99 n ,.

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    2010 HONDA CRV L.L:,
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    2010 TOYOTA RAV4
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    2011 FORD EXPLORER
    LTD I :" L':OADED i:, :9941
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    2011 HONDA CRV ujiL:in
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    2001 Mazda Miata Conv Only O52 M.iles ..$8995 2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo...........$5495 2008 Ford Escape Lmtd...............$14975
    1994 Pontiac Grand Am only i,,. Miles...$3540 2005 Ford Ranger on)ly 24.. Mile...........$11995 2010 Jeep Compass................... $13980
    1999 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab.....$4995 2004 Jeep Wrangler only i. Mle.........$14870 2001 Pontiac Bonneville onliy.s Mlesi.....$7980
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    VEHICLES
    7305

    2011 NISSAN ARMADA
    ONLY 10K PAMPERED MILES
    $33,989


    LEXUS RX350'S
    33 TO CHOOSE FROM
    (877)-211-8054 DLR


    Low 7310


    1998 FORD F-150, V6, 5
    spd., single cab, short bed,
    new tires, needs minor work.
    $2,000, OBO 863-245-2788

    7 TRAILER
    & ACCESSORIES
    4 7341

    BOAT TRLR Winch 12volt,
    115001b rated w/remote
    $300, OBO 941-833-0040
    Burnt Store Trailer Sales
    Open Enclosed Good
    Selection. Now handling
    Boat Trailers & Parts
    941-833-2200
    CARGO CARRIER Aluminum.
    New. $70 941-473-7122
    ELECTRIC TRAILER Winch
    StrongArm TW4000.New
    $125, OBO 941-204-7696
    ENCLOSED CARGO Mate
    tandem trailer, $3,400 941-
    697-5218
    ENCLOSED TRAILER 2004
    Pace America 16x7, Elect.
    brakes, drop down back door,
    receiving 12 volt elect. $4500.
    obo 941-275-0239 Russ
    FOLDING TRAILER 4x8,
    needs some TLC $150 941-
    626-8448


    TRAILER
    & ACCESSORIES
    Lm: 7341

    MOTORCYCLE TRAILER for
    single motorcycle $399 941-
    474-8286
    ROY'S TRAILER COUNTRY
    New- Pre-Owned Storage
    Cargo-Utility-Trailers Parts
    Repairs-Tires-CustomBuilt-Trail-
    ers-Hitches/Wiring 941- 575-
    2214. 4760Taylor Rd. P.G.
    TRAILER 4X8 Tractor Supply
    less than 1 year old $350,
    OBO 941-769-1348
    TRAILER HITCH Honda
    Odyssey, Class II good condi-
    tion $95 941-662-7880
    TRAILER JACK 1000lb.
    capacity, swivel mt., new in
    box. $75, OBO 941-626-
    5099
    TRAILER TIRE & WHEEL B78-
    13 ON 5 LUG GOOD COND
    $45 941-488-8844
    UTILITY TRAILER 6X10 2004
    Holmes single axle;24' grate
    sides, gate ramp. Good cond.
    $850 941-979-5298
    UTILITY TRAILERS Great Prices
    WEST COAST TRAILER
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    | CYCLES/MOPEDS/
    SCOOTERS
    7360

    1984 YAMAHA 700cc. bob-
    ber, won't start. $500
    231-740-6479
    2003 Dyna Wide Glide.
    Anniversary Edition always
    garaged, Black and silver, Mus-
    tang seat, pipes and jets. 13k
    mi., includes windshield, acc.
    Always HD shop maintained.
    $8,000 OBO 941-347-4687
    2005 HD Road King Classic 1
    owner, 8kmi. Fully Dressed
    $9,800. 941-270-6440


    CYCLES/MOPEDS/
    SCOOTERS
    7360

    2006 HONDA VTX 1300C,
    1,700 miles, Candy Red w/
    Windshield, Engine Guard &
    Leather Bags. Garage Kept!
    Like New! Asking $10,000.
    obo (941)-624-5597
    2006 ULTRA CLASSIC 5k mi.
    Pristine Showpiece! $10K in
    Options. 1 Owner. $15,400.
    (704)-968-3244 (Osprey)
    ' GET RESULTS 2
    USE CLASSIFIED!
    ELECTRIC SCOOTER Razor
    E300S, new batteries, basket
    $120, 860-941-8073
    HALF HELMET, adult LG,
    black, $25 941-743-0805
    HALF HELMET, black, adult
    SM, $25 941-743-0805
    HELMET, FULL face HJC
    YOUTH size S/M, black. $25
    941-743-0805
    HONDA SCOOTERS (2) 49cc like
    new 1100 mi, & accessories
    $1800 ea.941-473-7109
    MINI BIKE 5 1/2 hp
    $300 941-412-6260
    MOTORCYCLE SEAT corbin
    seat like new can seat two for
    fat boy $175 941-474-8286
    ATV
    Lmvs 7365


    BAJA Semi auto, 90cc, 4 spd.
    2007. $650. (941)-626-4477

    CAMPERS/
    TRAVEL TRAILERS
    7370

    2003 30' PILGRIM Open
    Road, sngl slide, kitch appls,
    heat, A/C, self leveling hitch &
    sway bars. VG cond. Must see.
    $9.995 713-398-7402 (N.P.)


    CAMPERS/
    TRAVEL TRAILERS
    7370

    2002 22' HILO, easy to tow,
    awning, air, water heater,
    shower, toilet, stove,more, exc
    cond. $8,750 941-915-8029
    2007 23 qb Trail-Cruiser, Exc.
    cond. Awning,Air, 32" TV/DVD,
    $8900. (941)-286-6892
    2009 5TH WHEEL 34' two
    slide outs, central air, self con-
    tained, Queen bed, full bath,
    w/d, non-smoker. $21,000.
    941-286-6062
    2011 FOURWINDS fiberglass
    elec awning, slide, m#272BHS
    $16,775 941-737-9683
    2011 POPUP camper AC/
    heat Loaded GarageKept Buy-
    Owner. $1000 941-743-0824




    WANTED All TT's, Motor
    Homes, 5th whis, Pop-Ups,
    Van conversion & passen-
    ger vans. Cash paid on the
    spot. for quick sale.
    941-347-7171

    MOTOR HOMES/
    RVs
    7380

    1999 WINNEBAGO CHIEF-
    TAIN Class A Motorhome with
    26,000 miles. This motor
    home has two slide outs. Other
    extras include. sattelite dish
    and receiver, Blues ox tow bar
    for your car with a brake
    buddy. Asking $38,000.00
    must pay off loan. Please call
    for more information or to
    view. 484-576-6675 or email
    me at sdarla56@comcast.net
    2001 FLEETWOOD Bounder
    34 ft, 56k miles, runs great.
    $21,000 OBO 515-745-1535


    MOTOR HOMES/
    RVs
    Z7380

    2003 Damon UltraSport
    FSBO, 39 ft 300hp Cat, diesel,
    3 slides, 51,000 mi, like new
    $68,000 obo 804-761-8192
    2004 5TH WHEEL Forest
    River 29' Wildcat 2 slides,
    used twice cost e0,00, sell
    $13,000. Take vehicle or auto
    tade 941-255-0969,276-1229
    2008 Bighorn 5th wheel,
    3055 RL, 3 slides, 1 owner,
    loaded, will deliver, $29,000
    or sell 2006 Chevy diesel
    combo $50,000 email
    ljlockrey@gmail.com for details
    and pictures, 863-832-3145
    2011 FOREST RIVER Lexing-
    ton SS300, 30' Class C. single
    slide Qn bed, 7500 K mi.
    $65,000. 941-n628-1203.
    2011 FOREST RIVER Lexing-
    ton SS300, 30' Class C. single
    slide Qn bed, 7500 K mi.
    $65,000. 941-n628-1203.

    2012 WINNEBAGOS
    Great Prices Great Financing
    NO.1 SELLING RV
    RVWorld of Nokomis Inc.
    2110 US 41, Nokomis
    1-75 Exit 195
    1-800-262-2182
    www.rvworldinc.com
    Charlotte RV Center
    Great selection of pre-owned
    RVs! Buy-Sell-Trade-Financing
    We'll sell your RV FREE! AsR
    about our marketing. Repairs -
    Maintenance-Parts-Body Shop
    US41 at Kings Hwy. Pt Charlotte
    (9411 883-5555
    www.CharlotteRVcenter.com
    RV SERVICE SPECIALS
    Brake Flush $99.95
    Wash & Hand Wax $10 a foot
    Oil Change SAVE 20 %
    New Tires & Balance $AVE!
    RV World Inc of Nokomis
    2110 US 41 Nokomis,
    FI 34275
    941-966-2182


    MOTOR HOMES/
    RVs
    7380

    RV Collision Repairs
    Modern shop, quality work!
    FREE ESTIMATES.
    RV WORLD Inc. of Nokomis
    2110 US 41- Nokomis
    941-966-2182
    RV'S WANTED
    CASH/CONSIGN/TRADE
    Call: Mark
    RVWORLD INC OF NOKOMIS
    2110 US 41 Nokomis
    941-966-2182
    SATURN TOW-CARS
    From $2,899
    CHEWVY HHR's
    Many to choose from
    Blue-Ox Tow hitches.
    THE SATURN GUYS
    PRO-POWER AUTO SALES
    (941) 627-8822 P.C.
    RV/CAMPER PARTS
    7382


    2-BIKE RACK Hitch style
    $50 941-204-7747
    LUBE PUMP, Remco with all
    fittings $100 863-993-2469
    MAGNETIC TOW LIGHTS
    1 set $35 941-204-7747
    PORTABLE SEWER TANK 27
    gals $100 941-204-7747
    TOW BAR ROADMASTER
    5250 w safety cables $275
    941-204-7747
    TOW BAR Stowmaster 5000
    w/accessories good condition
    $140, OBO 941-235-1327
    TOWBAR DEMCO Good Mtr.
    Home Mount w/cover $125,
    OBO 941-624-5468
    TOWBAR TOWMATIC 2.
    Good Shape $110 941-662-
    0688


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    SPACIOUS, ONE-OWNER, POOL
    HOME! Extremely well maintained.
    Diamond Brite pool finish!
    PRICE REDUCED $139,850


    KITCHENS, BATHS, CLOSETS, GARAGES & MORE

    For all your
    Remodeling Dreams
    Call (941) 637-8080
    Visit our Design Center
    1203 West Marion Avenue
    . Across from Fisherman's Village
    www.sandstarhomes.com
    blog.sandstarremodeling.com
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    $944,900 PGI, 4/4/3 4,383 sq ft. $284,900 PGI, HARBOR FRONT
    173 ft on Sailboat tip lot. 12K lift, 40 ft. CONDO, 3/2, top floor, corner,
    ole Borgstrom dock. Truly an elegant home. Gourmet 2200+ sq. ft., lots of remod-
    j kitchen, southern exposure, pool-spa eling, hurricane shutters,
    with swim up bar, tumbled marble shows beautiful, 11x7 storage,
    deck, full electric hurricane shutters covered parking, pool, spa,
    and generator. clubhouse. Walk to downtown!
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    941-475-5015
    Sat & Sun 1-4pm
    73 Sunrise Beach Dr.
    Englewood Beach Villas
    Free standing, Furnished 2BR,
    ONLY $199,900
    Directions: From SR. 776 to
    Beach Rd. After Calico Jack,
    Right on Bay View Blvd
    Straight to left on Sunrise
    Dr. #73 on Right.
    Sandy Hilton 941-223-5288
    Bonnie Palmer 941-662-8059
    ENGLEWOOD, EAST.
    3BR/3BA/2CG, 2102 SF under
    air, custom built 2012, w/lots
    of upgrates, granite, wood
    cab. SS appl. City water. 1 yr
    buyer warranty. Open Sat.12-
    4 & Sun. 1-4. 7023 Crown
    Dr. 34224 LIDIYA KORZHUK,
    email lidiyasfl@yahoo.com
    Investors Choice International
    Realty. (941)-661-5767


    SUNSTAR REALTY, INC.
    MORRIS REALTY, INC.
    BURNT STORE ISLES
    SAT. 1/7 & SUN. 1/8
    12:00 PM 4:00 PM
    341 Monaco Dr.
    "Captiva"
    Professionally decorated
    If you are planning to build,
    You MUST see this home
    NORTH PORT
    SAT. 1/7
    1:00 PM- 3:00 PM
    5725 Greenwood Ave
    #102
    Salt water front, oversized
    lot, seawalled, dock, good
    square footage home on a
    dead-end cul de sac.
    Full size 2 car carport,
    plus storage shed.
    Rick Lungren, Sr.
    (941) 627-8120

    SAT. 1/7
    1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
    9203 Greenwood Ave
    #203,
    GREAT LOCATION Only
    owners, no rentals allowed
    except family. Fully furnished
    unit and everyone raves
    about how nice the place is
    with LOW fees,
    Rick Lungren, Sr.
    (941) 627-8120
    Re/Max Palm Realty
    1700 Tamiami Trail
    Port Charlotte, FL
    (941) 743-5525
    Sat. Jan.7th 10am 2pm
    1199 Kennwood Ave.
    Port Charlotte.
    Custom built, two story,
    2700 sq. ft. home. 3/3, half
    acre lot, large heated pool &
    screened lanai. $375K.
    Pam Parvi
    941-726-3491


    REAL ESTATE


    "We Are Pledged To The Letter And
    Spirit of U.S. Policy For The Achieve-
    ment Of Equal Housing Opportunity
    Throughout The Nation. We Encour-
    age And Support An Affirmative
    Advertising And Marketing Program In
    Which there Are No Barriers To
    Obtaining Housing Because of Race,
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    01/07/12




    ALMAR & ASSOCIATES
    19700 Cochran Blvd
    Port Charlotte, FL 33948
    941-627-3321
    Sat. 12-3pm
    21295 Berkshire Ave.
    Port Charlotte
    Clean 3/2/2 in desirable area
    total sq/ft 2,37, all appliances
    stay. Close to 1-75 and Town
    Center Mall. Only $85,000.
    See MLS # C7028427
    Call Steve Cocalides
    941-456-1071.



    6 BR/5 BA Pool Home
    5,300 SF under roof, addition
    needs completed, $79K. Port
    Charlotte (941)-740-5284


    $434,900 PGI, sailboat home,
    4/2.5/2, 2584 sq. ft., completely
    remodeled in 2005. Maple cabi-
    nets, Silstone counters, cen.
    vac., security system, hur-
    ricane shutters and the list
    goes on!
    _T.


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    Scott Coulombe
    scoulombe sun-herald.com
    941-429-3118


    PRICED FROM THE MID $100S
    No CDD FEES
    Homes &Villas
    Inventory Available for SALE or RENT
    Move-in Ready, Furnished or Unfurnished
    Golf Cart Friendly Community
    30,000 Sq.Ft. Clubhouse Full of Amenities
    Full Service Restaurant
    Heated Olympic Size Pool and Spa
    Fitness Center with Saunas
    Tennis, Lawn Bowling, Bocce, Shuffle Board
    Full Time Activities Director
    (QA1 )i97-l9nn www Ikingsantehnmes rnm


    Visit The Model Center:
    Port Charlotte, FL 33980
    Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm
    Sunday 11am-5pm
    (800)466-1155
    (941) 627-6200
    Directions:
    1-75 to Exit 170
    Kings Highway.
    Go West 1 mile.
    Entrance on the left
    Brokers Welcome
    Annual ISeasonal Rant Infomiation
    Call Janet Enberg
    (941)740-6762
    55-- cnmminity


    Round Town in


    Real Estate!


    CENTURY 21 Sunbelt Is Proud

    To Announce Their Top Agents For
    December 2011

    Top Selling agent
    Lisa Hayes

    -- Top Listing agent is
    E-, Bob Roberts
    Lisa Hayes Bob Roberts
    They can be reached at
    3251 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte 941-625-6120

    ERA Honors Associates For December
    ERA Advantage Realty, Inc. announces its
    Top Producers for the month of December.


    Jeanie Goldmann


    Jeanie Goldmann
    takes honors for
    Top Selling Associate

    Gerri Scarboro
    takes honors for
    Top Listing Associate


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    For more information, they both can be reached at
    ERA Advantage Realty, Inc.,
    901 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte, FL
    941-255-5300 or email era(ksunline.net


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    HOMES FOR SALE /M-U f l M=: I
    1020


    78 South Buena Vista 55+
    lameda Isles. Pool, Marina,
    Tennis, Shuffelboard, 2BR,
    2BA, 1180 sf. MH, LR & DR
    Combo & Family Rm. Sold "As
    Is" Fully Furnished. $76,900.
    Mary Stuart, Coldwell
    Banker (941)-735-1496
    OPEN 1- 3 Saturday
    Windmill Village
    55+ waterfront community
    13 Holland Dr. N $79,800
    Cute and affordable,
    2 BR + large fam. room.
    15 Rotterdam $164,900
    Waterfront, large lanai,
    newer dock & lift, charming!
    Hwy 41 S of Punta Gorda to
    Rio Villa, west 1/2 mile to
    WMV entrance.
    Robyn S. (941)-662-9636
    Five Star Realty




    OPEN HOUSE
    SAT. 11am lpm
    18510 Arapahoe
    Port Charlotte $148,900
    Saltwater canal w/Harbor
    access. Bank owned!
    (O'Hara to Crawfordsville,
    L Arapahoe.)
    OPEN HOUSE
    SAT. 11am-2pm
    912 Andrews NW Ave.
    Port Charlotte $33,900
    Foreclosed property 2BR,
    2Bath spacious back yard.
    (41S; R Cochran Blvd.,
    L Lakeview, R Joplin,
    L Fleetwood, R Andrews.)
    OPEN HOUSE
    SAT. 11am-2pm
    4481 Collingswood Blvd.
    Port Charlotte $164,900
    Nice Waterfront Newer,
    Fixer Upper. (So. on
    Collingswood just before
    O'Hara.)
    OPEN HOUSE
    SAT. lOam l:30pm
    20233 Peachland Blvd.
    Port Charlotte $48,900
    3 BR, 1 1/2BA. Convenient
    location. Just reduced.
    (US41, L on Cochran,
    R on Peachland.)
    OPEN HOUSE
    SAT. 10am 2pm
    333 Severin SE Rd.
    Port Charlotte $549 000
    Huge. Bank owned. 5BR,
    3.5BA, pool, sailboat water.
    View of Charlotte Harbor.
    (41S, R on Edgewater,
    L Severin.)


    KELLER WILUAMS
    P: AC R IVHR PARTTN ER
    Sunday 11-2
    269 Popayan St.
    Punta Gorda, FL 33983
    Large 3/2/2 pool home with
    wood cabinetry, granite
    counters & dbl oven only
    $215,500 MLS#C7024642.
    Contact Shauna Platt
    941-661-7377
    or for details visit
    www.269PopayanSt.com


    Sunday 12-4 pm
    4242 Ulster Ave, North Port
    3/2/2 Curt Cooke
    RE/MAX Effort Realty
    665 N Tamiami Tr
    Nokomis, FL 34275
    941-232-1899

    HOMES FOR SALE
    1020


    COMING SOON
    Venice 3/2/2 w/pool on lake
    & Re-modeled. Re/max Effort
    Realty- Curt 941-232-1899


    10 Acre Estate Punta
    Gorda Private Fenced-
    Gated-Pond Custom 2004
    Home +1 Bedroom 1 Bath
    Guest/Pool House, Outdoor
    Kitchen, Designer Pool,
    Spa's, Extensive Patio area
    "One of a kind"! $495K
    Call Judy Petkewicz Alli-
    son James Estates &
    Homes 941-456-8304






    SELLING YOUR LOT,
    HOME OR CONDO??
    Call the Sun at
    866-463-1638
    and ask about our
    "Buy 2 Months
    Get One FREE!
    Real Estate Ad Program".
    Your ad will run everyday in
    the newspaper & run online
    for 90 days!
    All for a ONE TIME low
    price. Hurry, offer has
    been extended through
    January 31, 2012!
    Call for details.
    Realtors Welcome!







    7 Acres Waterfront Punta
    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 3 beautiful fenced acres +
    large pond Best of country
    living but close to everything
    South Punta Gorda $169,500
    941- 916-1662

    "BUILDERS SPECIAL" New
    const. 3/2/2 approx 2100
    SF/TI, granite, start @
    $119,900. 17436 Quincy.
    Port Charlotte, (941)- 416-
    5621
    COMING SOON
    Nokomis,Gated Community,
    One mile to beach, Almost
    everything is new.
    Re/Max Effort Realty-Curt
    941-232-1899
    DEEP CREEK, BEAUTIFUL
    3/2/2 completely renovated,
    30' pool w/pavers. Owner
    financing available $139,500
    941-613-6864
    ENGLEWOOD 2/2/2 new
    windows, paint, brkfst bar, xlt
    sub,walk2cnty park, & bay,
    under 140k 941-412-6441


    ENGLEWOOD Protected
    sailboat water, 3/3/2 w/
    heated pool & Ig. out build-
    ing. Set on a full wooded
    acre. Minutes from beach &
    bay. $549k
    Katie Gerhardt Horizon
    Realty 941-302-1081


    CUSTOM HTD POOL HM.
    4BR/3BA/2Cg 3258 SQ.FT.
    ON 4 LOTS IN SARASOTA CO.
    Only $389,900 941-474-4279


    MichelA, od o s &ICoimp n
    Liene 6 S sat roe


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    LAUREL WOODLANDS -Roomy 3BR split
    plan has vaulted ceilings & glass
    enclosed lanai overlooking solar heated
    pool! Nicely landscaped w/sprinkler
    system.
    N5774553 $259,000
    US-41 to east on Laurel Rd, north on Laurel
    Woodlands, left on Truman, turns into
    Hoover Circle.
    Joan McMahon 941.306.9353


    145 Grand Oak Circle
    HIDDEN LAKES CLUB 3BR with lovely lake
    setting and a private pool. Oversized car
    Garage with side entry Move in condition.
    New A/C, very spacious rooms. Beautiful!
    N5773961 $325,000
    From Jacaranda Blvd. to Hidden Lakes -
    follow to Grand Oak Circle, turn right home
    on right.
    Laura Bennawy 941.416.3132


    141 Grand Oak Circle 258 Royal Oak Way 633 Alhambra Road #904
    HIDDEN LAKES CLUB Serene, sophisticated VENICE GOLF & CC- Impeccable, updated VENICE SANDS All you could ever want.
    and move-in ready. An impeccable 4BR/3.5BA custom pool home w/water views. Totally remodeled, travertine floors, granite,
    maintained & updated 4BR/3BA pool home. Some updates include new kitchen w/ wine cooler, jetted tub, washer &
    Located within a lovely gated community w/ Kitchen Aid appliances, Corian counters, dryer..fabulous view
    clubhouse, community pool & tennis courts. maple wood cabinets, updated baths, new N5774733 $425,000
    A3951994 $350,000 tile & carpet. West on Venice Avenue, left on Harbor Drive,
    Jacaranda Blvd. north of Venice Blvd., south N5774255 $379,000 west on Alhambra to end.
    of 1-75, Hidden Lakes on west side of From US-41, east on Center Rd to Venice Golf Laura Bennawy 941.416.3132
    Jacaranda & CC entrance thru qate to 1st stop sign
    Karen Pflueger 941.993.6227 (Fieldstone Dr.) left to Royal Oak Way to-2nd
    home on right.
    Nancy Richardson g41.223.9771


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    SANSOVINO Spectacular condo directly VILLAS ON GOLDEN BEACH This rarefied, 3
    on the beac h &t Guf of Mex ~ico w th level, 3BR/2.5BA, 8 unit tow nho me condo on
    unobstructed views; 1800+ sq. ft, 2BR/ the Gulf boas tsits own priatepersonal
    2BA; tastefully renovated w/granite, tile, elevator, 2CG, large covered lanais on levels
    wood cabinetry. 2 & 3...overlooKing the pool and Gulf of
    N5772595 $435,000 Mexico
    West to the end of Venice Avenue, right on N5774696 $790,000
    The Esplanade, left into Sansovino
    drive way prior to Tarpon Center Dr. West on Venice Avenue, left on Harbor Drive,
    Robert Goldman 941.400.2756 right on Spardaro, left on Golden Beach
    Beverly Weltzien 941.223.0612 Robert Goldman 941.400.2756
    Beverly Weltzien 941.223.0612


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    EXECUTIVE WF HOME, 4,300 sf. 3
    lots Huge lanai w/ pool $664,500
    (all Trish Williams 941-662-0723
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    DEEP CREEK, 4/2/2, 2,374 SF,
    26363 Trinilas Dr., PG $189,500
    (all Mike Raffo 941-268-6442
    wik; ,o> 1is


    ROTONDA Never lived in 1,800 SF 5- JK/2.5A, 3 (.AIK AKAbt,
    $169 000 3/2/2 Porcelain tile 2,400 SF, immaculate. $499,000
    foors/granite counters
    (all Mike Raffo 941-268-6442 (all John Del Sasso 941-726-6539


    4BR/3.5BATH POOL HOME
    Over 3,000 S/F country kitchen.
    $249,500
    Call John Del Sasso 941-726-6539


    tonD, vvulerlon pool iome,
    2,500 SF, formal dining and
    living rooms. $484,000
    (all John Del Sasso 941-726-6539


    $115,000 2BR/2BA, GOLF WATER VIEWS PT. GIARLOTTE, 658 FT. Saltwater front, LAKEWOOD VILLAGE 3/2/2,1500 sq. ft., 5 UNIT MED OFFICE/PROFESSIONAL LAZY SUZY FERO Built Entertaining
    Golf/ennis/Bocce/Fishing/Lawn Bowling/Pools 2.5 acres cleared homesite(s) $249,900 2005 Fleetwood hot tub, cul de sac $78,900 CENTER $495,000 Home, 3/3Den RV9Garage, Pool &
    (all Nancy Lambert 941-769-5466 (all Stan Munson 941-457-3659 (all Stan Munson 941-457-3659 (all Elisabeth Szigeti 941-815-4017 (all Lori Ann Mertens 941-457-7072


    SOLD!


    DEEP CREEK GARDEN!


    .II/ L. I' I nI II I11,
    Perfect Condition! $84,000
    (all Stacy Scarrow 941-916-0000


    3BR/2BA POOL HOME
    Deep (reek location $89,900
    (all Sue Rueckel 941-286-8853


    $269,900 BEAUTIFUL 4/3/2
    Large lanai, pool & spa.
    (all Bev Lilly 941-268-6898


    WONDERFUL WATERFRONT/ HEAVY INDUSTRIAL LAND 4BR, WATERFRONT LOT Easy access to
    POOL HOME with dock & seawall 3.88 ac. w/office bldg., fenced, Hwy. 17 open waters. Close to beaches $59,900
    $169.900
    Call Christa Murcl941-815-2505 (all (hrista Murch 941-815-2505 (all (hrista Murch 941-815-2505

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    CHARMING COTTAGE ON
    CREEK boating access $120
    (all (hrista Murch 941-815-


    SCENIC MODERN POOL HOME on
    ),000 oversized lot, 3/2/2. $150,000
    -2505 I (all Christa Murch 941-815-2505


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    GATED 3 A.C. PARK LIKE SITE
    (lose in. 3,800 S.. $299,000
    (all Mark Volpi 941-626-6568


    .zUVVV I LJ, Z.3Uk, As.
    4BR, 2.5BA, 2(C PGI Plus Workshop PGI $434,900
    (all Hyrette Guenther 941-661-2101 (all Hyrette Guenther 941-661-2101


    1 sun, UL, sa., r v
    Room for large boat $449,000
    (all Hyrette Guenther 941-661-2101


    $11,500, 2/1 with lanai and deck,
    shed/pool/active clubhouse
    (all Bev Lilly 941-268-6898


    4/3/2 NO BRIDGES 3000+ sq. 3/2/2 PGI POOL HOME ALMOST 2000 S/F of living space. 3/2/2 W/FABULOUS LANAI VIEWS
    ft., completely updated. $394,900 with gulf access, lift and dock $259,900 2/2/1, lots of extras. A must see. $99,500 180 ft. of seawall $169,000
    Ron or (arol Pearce 941-380-2894 Ron or (arol Pearce 941-380-2894 (all John Del Sasso 941-726-6539 (all Lucy Fenton 941-456-8554


    PROMENADES EAST
    4BR/2BA 2007 HOME 2BEDROOM/2BATH CONDOS
    Over 2,000 sq. ft. $110,000 Look what $50,000 will buy!
    Call Sue Rueckel 941-286-8853 (Call Stacy Scarrow 941-916-0000


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    * Seasonal or Annual
    941-627-1465
    800-964-3095
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    NORTH PORT
    3/2 Pinstar, Pool
    3/2 Urmey, Pool
    ROTONDA WEST
    2/2 Boundary Blvd.


    $1050
    $1200

    $550


    2012 SEASONAL
    RENTALS
    Englewood, N. Port & Pt.Char
    2/2 Condo $1600
    2/1.5 Villa $1500
    3/2 Mobile Home $1300
    3/2 Home $1600
    3/2 Home $1200
    2/2 Home $1500
    Diana Legg/Michele Ross
    Your Rental Experts
    941-475-7011
    941-681-1189
    Website: www.icre.us
    Call us for all of your Real
    Estate Needs.
    ARCADIA 3/2/1 CR 763, Hwy
    31 Country Living in 3/2 CBS
    home. 10 acres fenced with
    hog wire, new paint, new
    kitchen, pole barn. Large Oak
    Trees. $950 239-691-5604
    DEEP CREEK Pool 3/2/2
    291 SANTAREM CIRCLE 2022
    sqft $1150 month 1st & Sec.
    Call Michele 508-737-0884








    Annual & Seasonal
    Rentals
    M&M Realty Inc.
    941-473-9616
    ENGLEWOOD (SGC) Sailboat
    canal pool home,davits & dock
    seawall 2/2/2 tip lot, beautiful
    view $995 508-863-0049
    ENGLEWOOD 2/1/1 NS, NP,
    $800mo, first, last, $500 sec.
    North Eng 941-460-9296
    ENGLEWOOD 2/2/2
    Charming and spacious
    pool home with a den.
    $1,000 941-830-2336
    ENGLEWOOD Efficiency
    $400 + until. 2BR, 3BA $750 +
    util. Commercial $800 + util.
    (828) 524-4977
    ANNUAL & SEASONAL
    RENTALS
    Call The Pineapple Girls
    941-473-U333
    Pineapple Gulf Prop. Mgmt. Inc.
    www.RentEnglewood.com
    ENGLEWOOD, 3Bdrm/2Bath,
    CHA on Canal. Minutes to
    Lemon Bay. $975. mo. +
    $975. Deposit. Call Kathy or
    David 863-709-1100


    FULL SERVICE PROPERTY
    MANAGEMENT
    Only $59 p/m, (flat fee)
    877-400-0354
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    eraportcharlotte.com
    $1350....3/2/2 Pool Home.......DC
    $1000....4/3/2 On Canal.....SGC
    $990....3/2/2 Pool Home...ENG
    $900...3/2/2 1580 SqFt......NP
    $675...2/2/CP Updated Kit....PC
    LET US RENT YOUR HOME
    Agent Available On Weekends
    We Forgive Foreclosures For Renters.
    *NEED A RENTAL*
    Paradise Properties &
    Rentals,Inc941-625-RENT
    NOKOMIS 2/2 WATERFRONT,
    Close to beach and 1-75, 20
    min. to Gulf. $1,200. 941-
    349-6338
    NORTH PORT 3/2, in ground
    pool, tile throughout, great loca-
    tion. $900 mo. 5145 Hornbuck-
    le. Call Tony 941-391-4018


    NORTH PORT 3/2/1
    CHA, City water & sewer.
    $750/mo + plus security
    dep. Ann Ise 941-423-8448


    NORTH PORT: Nice clean
    2br/lba, cha, $650
    1st, sec. & Water (H20)
    dep. 941-423-8029
    PORT CHARLOTTE Harbour
    Heights 27218 Sunnybrook Rd.
    duplex 2/2 $500 mo CHA 1st, L,
    sec. req. No Pets 941-621-3389
    PORT CHARLOTTE 2 close to
    beach 4+/2/2, very Ig, pool &
    jacuzzi $1500 mo 3/2/2 $1200
    mo Ls/Option 941-255-3530
    PORT CHARLOTTE 187
    Waterway 3/3/2 w/pool, SW
    canal, $1200. Nickie Sher-
    wood professional Realty of
    SWFL 941-628-3396
    PORT CHARLOTTE 2/1,
    newly renovated, all laminate
    floors, ceiling fans, jacuzzi tub,
    very nice house! Available now,
    $650/mo on annual lease.
    Background check required.
    941-204-1580
    PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/2
    carport, tile thru- out. $850 a
    month + security. Accepting
    sec 8 ok. 941-268-0683.
    PORT CHARLOTTE 5/3
    21507 Midway. All Tile, Avail.
    now. $875 sec dep & credit
    chk req. $875 941-681-0701
    PORT CHARLOTTE exec
    home 3/3, pool, on river 3000
    sf, $750 wk. 941-286-5175.



    PORT CHARLOTTE NEWER
    AREA 2/2/2 RENT WITH
    OPTION TO BUY OR PUR-
    CHASE OWNER FINANCING.
    941-204-9788
    PORT CHARLOTTE ON
    CANAL LARGE 2BR/2BA
    w/ HUGE lanai. Living,
    family, dining & Breakfast
    nook. Tile through.
    Privacy in Peaceful neighbor-
    hood. ONE pet ok!
    $795/mo $500sec. $150
    water dep ASK ABOUT
    13th Month FREE Rent.
    Call 941-206-6204
    PORT CHARLOTTE, 3/2/2
    w/ Pool, Fenced Yard. Pool
    Maint. $1000. mo. 1st,
    Last & Security Deposit No
    Pets. 941-629-7818


    PUNTA GORDA BURNT STORE
    MEADOWS. Beautiful 3/3/2,
    Newer pool home. Rent w/
    option to buy. 941-204-9788


    PUNTA GORDA BURNT STORE
    MEADOWS. Beautiful 3/2/2,
    Newer home w/ jacuzzi Rent
    w/ option to buy. or
    Purchase Now w/ owner
    financing 941-204-9788
    Punta Gorda Gulf Waterfront
    2/2/2, appliances, seawall
    property-sailboat, lanai, pool,
    $1300/mo 941-889-8859 Tod


    PUNTA GORDA, historic
    district 3/3/2, overlooks
    park & water, 3 blocks
    from downtown, annual
    $1800/mo first last
    security 941-628-3302
    PUNTA GORDA-P.G.I. Area
    Adorable Remodeled/Updated
    3 Bedroom, 1 1/3 Bath
    Cottage/Bungalow Home...
    Screen Lanai, Interior
    Laundry Room...
    Fabulous Location! $725/month.
    Drive by first, call if serious:
    654 Aqui Esta Dr., Punta Gorda
    941-457-7213 or 941-505-1519


    Houses start @ $650
    Condos start @ $500
    www.allfloridarealty.com

    VENICE EAST 2/2 FL, CP
    $775 1st Ist & sec. req
    941-492-4280 GulfCoast
    Rentals & Real Estate Co.
    ADVERTISE WITH THE
    SUN CLASSIFIES

    CONDOS/VILLAS
    FOR RENT
    1240


    Bird Bay 'Ralty, Inc.

    ANNUAL &
    SEASONAL RENTALS
    IN BIRD BAY VILLAGE
    BIRD BAY REALTY (Venice)
    484-6777 or 800-464-8497

    AWARD WINNING
    SUNBELT MGT.
    SERVICES
    RENTALS*
    ***CONDOS ***
    *2/2 Oaks III, Lanai
    Quesada Ave.,
    P.C. $550 Mo
    *2/2 Cambridge,
    55+ Comm.
    Brinson Ave.,
    P.C. $550 Mo
    *2/2 Tala Lakes,
    Gated Comm.,
    Oak View Dr.,
    P.C. $625 Mo
    *we welcome new listings*
    COMPLETE LISTINGS
    (941) 764-7777
    sunbeltmgtservices.com
    DEEP CREEK 2/2 or 3/2, tile
    cath. ceil, wood cab. granite,
    W/D, lanai $695+ up, pets ok
    (941)-626-1514 or 661-4539


    ENGLEWOOD AREA- Annual
    Condos Available Starting at
    $750. mo. Seasonal Furnished
    Units Available. Fiddlers Green
    Rentals. 941-6984111
    ENGLEWOOD BEACH, Gulf
    & Bay Views, 3/3/gar/no pets.
    Unfurn. Annual, Beach Access.
    $1,500/mo. 941-468-8276
    PORT CHARLOTTE- 2BR,
    2BA Villa. Unfurn. Clean. $600
    Mo + sec. (941)-661-4019
    PORT CHARLOTTE 2/2 off
    Kings Hwy, 1st floor units, water,
    pool, & tennis incld. Sm pets ok,
    $650-$725+sec 941-286-9888


    HOMES FOR RENT HOMES FOR RENT
    1210 1210


    CONDOS/VILLAS
    FOR RENT
    S1240 1

    Port Charlotte unfurnished
    2/2 tile thru out, pool priv.,
    $600 / mo. Available now
    Call M-F 941-206-0250 email
    Weekends: ldr1122@yahoo.com
    PUNTA GORDA ISLES, 2/2,
    waterfront w/ magnificent view
    & harbor access, updated.
    $800 an. lease 941-204-7496
    PUNTA GORDA ISLES, Clip-
    per Cove Village, 3/2/1+
    Den,gar, gated, cable & water
    incl. pool/tennis Avail 3/10/12
    $895 941-639-3774
    PUNTA GORDA- BS Mead-
    ows, 2/2, Pool. No Pets.
    $650 mo. Annual. Unfur-
    nished. 941-456-7899

    I TOWNHOUSES
    FOR RENT
    1280

    VENICE- OFFERS Spacious Apt.
    2/2, Great place to live. 3 blks to
    bch & 2 blks to Venice Ave shops.
    $895 mo. 941485-7645

    | DUPLEXES
    FOR RENT



    ENGLEWOOD 2BR/2BA, eat
    in kitchen, all tile. Quiet area.
    Pets OK, $550/mo
    941-698-4061
    HARBOUR HEIGHTS
    2/2 duplex. Spacious, all tile.
    $625 Mo. 941-235-1212
    PUNTA GORDA clean 2/2 on
    lake $700 mo. water incl.
    (941)637-0417 or (941)-740-
    4925
    PUNTA GORDA Peace River
    Shores Like new Cozy 2/2
    W/D, 1000sf, $550/m+sec.
    no pets/smoking 941-626-3569
    PUNTA GORDA Large clean
    2/1 carport, $700 mo. incl
    water. (941)637-0417 or
    (941)-7 40-0491
    PUNTA GORDA ISLES 607
    Via Tripoli, 2/2 end of canal,
    lanai, all appl. incld. W/D,
    $750 + dock available. 941-
    575-7867

    APARTMENTS
    FOR RENT
    L 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 lbd/lba
    tile floors. Quiet $545
    (941)587-7828
    ENGLEWOOD 1/1 Manasota
    Key 1BR apartment. 3 min
    walk to beach. Last Minute
    cancellation. Furnished. Pets
    ok with deposit. Monthly or 6
    mo lease. 802-578-8580
    ENGLEWOOD
    RESERVE NOW!
    1ST MONTH ONLY $375
    12 mins from Venice
    2br w/ den 2 ba 1300sf,
    Swimming pool $750/mo
    941-473-0450
    ENGLEWOOD: MANASOTA
    KEY, 1/1, Steps to Beach. Util.
    & cable incl. pet ok, $225 wk.
    Long term 941-716-3660
    VENICE ISLAND Eff, 1 & 2 br,
    Immed. occup. No pets, 1 yr
    lease 941416-5757or 3236466

    MARIAN MANOR APTS.
    2/1 Starting at $595.
    ** Pets Welcome
    ** Restrictions And
    **Income Limits Apply
    Call 941-391-5669

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    FOR RENT
    1320

    NORTH PORT VICTORIA
    POINTE APTS. at Sumter &
    Appomattox between US 41 &
    1-75. Accepting applications
    for 1BR & 2BR Apts. Conve-
    niently located close to
    schools, shopping, entertain-
    ment & beaches
    941-423-8720

    Available Soon
    Studio Apts
    Income-Based Housing
    for those, 62 and older.
    Please call 941-624-2266
    Limited availability,
    Restrictions Apply.
    TTY: 1-800-955-8771



    PORT CHARLOTTE 2BR/2BA
    2nd Floor. Available Now $600
    Mo. Call Jim (941)743-8483
    PORT CHARLOTTE 55+,
    2/2, close to Cultural Ctr. No
    smoke/ No pets. Annual lease,
    $575 Mo. 941- 629-3128
    | Classified = Sales
    The Fountains
    1/1 from $560
    2/2 from $670
    3/2 from $770
    Call for specials
    941-429-9799


    VENICE CLUBSIDE APTS.
    1 Bedrooms Available.
    $199 Move in Fee.
    Call (941)-488-7766.
    VENICE ISLAND Efficency.
    Clean & neat! Walk to beaches
    & downtown. Start $535
    Annual 1-800-746-4030
    12 VENICE STUDIO
    & 1 Bedroom
    Accepting Section 8 Vouchers
    941-488-7766
    VENICE: 2/1 2 miles to
    Beach, walk to Publix, Shops
    & bus. Immaculate,
    tile/carpet. $710/mo. Annu-
    al. No pets. (941)-374-3401
    VILLA SAN CARLOS II
    22250 Vick St.
    Affordable-Income based
    One bedroom apartments
    for 62 or older
    Income Limits Apply
    Call 941-624-4404
    TTY-1-800-955-8771



    VILLA SAN CARLOS
    2550 Easy Street
    Income based 62+
    or needing features
    of accessible unit
    Income Limits Apply
    Call 941-624-2266
    TTY-1-800-955-8771



    WOODMERE
    APARTMENTS OF
    VENICE
    Starting in the low 700's.
    Call 941-496-4161
    www.woodmereapartmentsofvenice.com
    Resort Style Pool
    Clubhouse, Fitness,
    And Business Center
    with WiFi.
    Pets Welcome
    Professionally managed by
    Gallina Management, Inc

    MOBILE HOMES
    FOR RENT
    L: 1340



    NOCATEE MOBILE HOMES
    3 BR-$550/mo; 2-BR $500
    & 1 BR-$300 & $400
    1st + sec 941-624-0355


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    FOR RENT
    1340

    NORTH PORT 2/2 Holiday
    Park 55 plus, resort style,
    lakeview, Yr lease, $600 + or
    $1200 + Seas. 941-639-3920


    ROOMS FOR RENT
    :: 1360


    DEEP CREEK private bath &
    entrance, W/D, util. incl. $125
    wk. 941-875-1757
    PORT CHARLOTTE Conway
    Blvd. Priv. bath. Use of home.
    Util. pd.$80wk. 941-276-0500
    PORT CHARLOTTE Furn. Nice.
    Close to all. Incl. util. kit privl.
    $130wk+last. 941-626-2832
    PORT CHARLOTTE Private
    Bedroom & Bath, Available
    Now. $130/week + Dep. 941-
    258-0846 for information.
    PUNTA GORDA Furnished
    Room, Pool, Cable & Internet.
    All Inclusive. $95 per week
    941-575-9577
    RENTALS TO SHARE
    L ^ 1370


    NORTH PORT, F/seeks m/f to
    share furn. home. Inclds util. cable,
    phone, W/D, spa, across from
    lake. $125/wk. 941-429-1271
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    Vacation Rentals
    941-627-1465
    800-964-3095
    www.almar-rentals.com
    CHARLOTTE HARBOR 2/1
    Feb. Mar. Apr. Clean, cute "Old
    FL" type cottage. No smokers,
    no pets. $950 mo + taxes +
    deposit. 941-623-0342.
    ENGLEWOOD NEW RESORT
    2/2 w/ pool, fitness, tennis. Near
    Boca $2500 Mar. Avail.
    941-350-1288
    ENGLEWOOD 1 BR Cottage
    on Lemon Bay, beach,
    dock, Htd pool. -Turnkey
    $1800 mo 941-518-9787
    ENGLEWOOD/rotonda
    Vacation Rentals avail-
    able Feb-March
    Check us out:
    West Coast Property Mgt
    www.RentalsFlorida.net
    941-473-0718

    Nokomis 2/1, Avail Jan. &
    Feb. all inclusive, N/P, N/S,
    $2000/mo 941-488-3808
    PORT CHARLOTTE 2/1.5,
    on waterway, walk to cultural
    center, $975 month, util. incl.
    available now 941-639-4882
    PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/2
    Beautifully furnished tropical
    cottage on sailboat water.
    Available Jan.-May.
    $1800/mo + utilities & tax.
    941-244-7233


    PUNTA GORDA, Historic
    district 3/3/2, overlooks
    park & water, 3 blocks
    from downtown, furnished
    $3500/mo all included
    941-628-3302


    ROTONDA- 2BR/1.5BA Luxury
    **JAN SPECIAL $950/MO
    Feb & March $1900/mo
    941-268-5275
    www.Rotondawestvillas.com






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    ENGL, ROTONDA Brand new
    3/2/2 with pool.
    2011 Coastal Cottage, Upgrades
    throughout "Energy Star Certified"
    $199,400. 941-725-1355

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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
    NEED CASH?
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    HOMES FOR SALE
    Z1020

    PUNTA GORDA ISLES
    WATERFRONT! **5 MINSTO**
    FISHERMANS VILLAGE By
    Boat Beautiful Ig furnished
    2/2condo, boat slip, htd pool,
    large lanai, $159,900
    Tarpon Coast Realty
    Call Ron McGurie 941-2234781


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    ROTONDA SUN. 1-3
    21 LONG MEADOW PL
    3/2/3 Estate home on 2 lots.
    Deco drive, htd pool
    w/pavers $239K
    Fla. Golf Properties
    (941)-698-GOLF (4653)


    HOMES FOR SALE
    Z1020


    Exceeds his & her dreams,
    30' dock-pool-elec shutters.
    Aggressive Realty 941-629-2100
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    ruNI I LaUKUA Kemoaelea
    2/2/2 pool home with dock-
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    PRAIRIE CREEK, PUNTA GORDA
    Equestrian Country Estate
    4BR/4.5BA, Ht'd pool/spa,
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    17400 White Water Ct.
    941-575-4783 or 637-1673
    $675,900. For virtual tour:
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    Venice- bb4 -allbrook Dr.
    What a find! Beautiful 3/2/2
    fully furnished home located in
    Venice Golf & Country Club,
    one of Venice's most presti-
    gious gated, maint. free,
    member owned golf course
    communities. Home features
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    surface counter tops, huge
    master bath. Comm. features
    include 2 pools, Champi-
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    26 lakes, 4 har-tru Tennis
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    Tarpon Coast Realty
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    Vemce/Egxlewood
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    Englewood/Venice Area
    1191 Manor -2/2/1.5 Pool home
    Fully updated! New features
    include: roof, pool cage w/
    pavered deck, solid wood kit. cabi-
    nets w/ granite, SS apple's, bath
    vanities, ceramic tile, light fixtures.
    Great water views, 2 docks,
    10 mins to beaches $239,900.
    Tarpon Coast Realty
    Ron McGurie 941-223-4781
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    Englewood/Venice Area
    Best waterfront value available
    3/2/2,1748 sqft No bridges
    out to lemon bay. Newer roof,
    new state of the art Island
    kitchen, with wood cabinets,
    granite & full back splashes,
    new 20" porcelin tile, fully
    remodeled bath with granite.
    new electrical pannel, carpet.
    Expansive views overlooking
    manatee filled lagoon in Engle-
    wood isles. 5 Mins to beaches.
    Tarpon Coast Realty
    Call Ron McGurie 941-2234781

    Classified = Sales






    BSI Waterfront. Open Sun.
    1-3. 575 Madrid Blvd. 3/2/2
    $390,000 Grace DeWeese
    Sun RIty, 941-286-0640.


    Englewooa/venice Area
    1650sf 2/2/2 fully remodeled with
    20" porclein tile in deed restricted
    maintenance free, waterfront com-
    munity Private Dock w/no bridges
    out, home features a large fl room
    & comm. pool new island kitchen
    w/wood cabinets, granite counters,
    new ss appliances, new tile roof &
    remodeled baths. 5 mins to beach-
    es. $212,900 Tarpon Coast Realty
    Call Ron McGurie 941-2234781
    ENGLEWOOD 3/2/2 1944
    Forked Creek WATERFRONT No
    bridges to gulf, newly updated,
    new dock, carpet, tile, brand
    new stainless steel appliances,
    best deal on the market! Must
    see! $219,000 941-276-6450
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    PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2
    Fresh Water Canal, new:
    roof, AC, floors, cabinets.
    lanai, $79k 941-629-
    6329 poss finance
    PUNTA GORDA WATER-
    FRONT Great View, Boat
    Dock, newer 2/2/CP, &
    12x12 lanai. Res Owned, htd
    pool, Lg club house. no pets.
    55+, $78.000. Selling due
    to health, 941-833-8370
    REDUCED


    BSI Open Sun. 1-3 W:,te,
    front/Pool/Boat Lift. 558
    Madrid Blvd. $389,900.
    Grace DeWeese 941-286-
    0640 Sun Realty
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    BELLA COSTA
    Venice Island
    270 Santa Maria #203
    2BR/2BA Updated
    kitchen, new Appl. &
    carpet. 1013sf
    Close to Venice Ave &
    Beach $139,900.
    941-460-0356


    WATERFRONT! "5 MINS TO**
    FISHERMANS VILLAGE By Boat
    Beautiful Ig furnished 2/2condo,
    boat slip, htd pool, large lanai,
    $159,900 Tarpon Coast Realty
    Call Ron McGurie 941-2234781


    ENGL LEMON 1BAY CONDO
    Luxury Living with
    Balcony view of Bay!
    Pool, Boat dock, 5 mins to
    beach, shopping, gulf.
    2/2 FURN. $139,000 OR
    RENT W/OPTION...
    865-719-2316
    ENGLEWOOD 2/2/1 Gulf
    Winds on Oyster Creek
    w/dock, access to Inter-
    coastal, Clubhouse, Rol-Safe
    shutters, All tile. Reduced to:
    $125,000. FSBO 941-460-
    0669
    PORT CHARLOTTE-2/2
    Fully Furnished. 1st Floor. No
    Pets. 55+ Community. Sea-
    sonal $1300. Per Month.
    Annual $750. Per Month. Call
    Will 941-467-4536
    PUNTA GORDA Emerald
    Pointe Condo, 4th fir. Canal
    view. 2/1, Beautifully appointed.
    Turnkey. Boat Slip.$127.9K
    941-637-1422.
    $149,900


    804 S. GONDOLA DR.,
    Located in the Jacaranda
    G-.:-if 3 C.:-untry Club area.
    P-., ,-i :.z for a seasonal
    ri-:- ,, 1 time home
    buers :Bo/2BA/1CG with
    beauLIul upgrades thruout
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    12 r:, ie :, the golf course
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    ,:, r, .:.-:.ni has lots of
    ,r ,:. I,:, let the sun shine
    Kim Stephens, GRI, SRES 941-321-6858
    Re/Max Alliance Group View Phlolotour l www.hloniesolvenice.comn

    $397,000
    2011 WHITE FEATHER LN.
    Immaculate!
    3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
    - office family room,
    V heated pool & spa with
    pri. ate golf course
    .e .. 3 car garage.
    u. Ne '. paint inside & out.
    z FPlus new carpet.
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    Ann Jiganti, PA 941-724-2486
    Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate


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    2br/2ba Condo with lanai.
    Cath. ceilings, fully tiled,
    Turnkey, Everything updated.
    Immediate occupancy. Low
    Taxes $110k flexible
    941-235-0844
    PT CHARLOTTE 2nd fir,
    end unit, comply renovated,
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    ter, pools/spas, boardwalk to
    Myakka River Short Sale
    $389,000 Call Gary Hoskins
    941-809-7709

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    E. ENGLEWOOD 3/2/2 on
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    Nice. Looks Like new. Only 4 yrs
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    MOBILE HOMES
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    ENGLEWOOD MH in water-
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    24x32 2BR/1BA, unfur-
    nished, new appliances,
    asking $5,300.
    Others to choose from.
    WALKING DISTANCE TO
    PUBLIC & CVS
    55+ comm. No pets
    Call Jane
    941-488-5672
    www.VeniceRanch.com

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    2/2/Den, Lg. shed, 3 yr. AC, vinyl
    porch, 1500 sq ft on golf course.
    Make Offer. 941-429-2316.


    Englewood-The Pines At
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    '05 Fleetwood, 1528sf, 2/2,
    den, Ig. shed, raised lanai.
    Resident-Owned 55+ Comm.
    pool/Clubhouse 941-681-
    2141 or 248-909-6894
    PUNTA GORDA Nice Clean 2
    Bedroom, 1 Bath Doublewide.
    Screen Room, Large Carport,
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    $450,000
    2108 MUSKOGEE TR.
    2720 sq It with water &
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    2 5BA family room,
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    REX MORGAN By Woody Wilson and Graham Nolan


    DEAR DR. DONOHUE:
    I hope you can help me
    with a problem that might
    get me kicked off the first
    string. I get cramps in my
    legs, mostly in the calves.
    At first, it was laughable.
    Now it's not. At practices,
    I can sit down and wait
    for the cramp to go. Dur-
    ing a game, I have to be
    replaced. How do I stop
    them? B.L.
    ANSWER: I have to tell
    readers what I say applies
    to exercise-associated
    muscle cramps and not to
    the cramps that so many
    older people get when
    in bed. They're both the
    same phenomenon, an
    involuntary, sustained and
    painful contraction of a
    muscle or muscles. But
    they're not the same when
    it comes to the situation
    that brings them on.
    The actual cause is a
    matter that experts have
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    of potassium, calcium or
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    universal cause. Muscle
    fatigue is another pos-
    sibility. Some experts say
    that muscle fatigue affects
    the muscles' response to
    spinal cord signals that
    prevent cramping.
    Suggestions to forestall
    cramps are many. Hy-
    dration is a reasonable
    approach. An hour before
    a game or an exercise
    session, drink a quart of
    water. That gives enough
    time for the water to be
    absorbed. During play,
    keep drinking. If you are
    drinking a lot of fluid,
    switch to a sports drink to
    prevent a drop in potas-
    sium and sodium. Stretch
    your calf muscles in three
    daily sessions. Rising on
    the toes is a good calf
    stretch. You can try taking
    a vitamin supplement
    that contains most of the
    B vitamins. Make sure
    vitamin B-6 is included.
    To uncramp a muscle,
    sit on the floor with the
    involved leg stretched out
    in front of you. Grab the
    ball of the foot, and, while
    keeping the heel on the
    floor, pull the foot toward
    you and hold it in that
    position until the cramp
    eases.
    Pinching the skin
    between the nose and
    the lip is another way to
    break a cramp.
    DEAR DR. DONOHUE:
    What's your opinion
    on massage? I started a
    bodybuilding program
    with two friends, and we
    go at it quite ferociously.
    oon


    Dr. Donohue
    Readers may
    write Dr
    Donohue at -
    PO. Box
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    Orlando,
    FL 32853-6475
    We're over the first weeks
    of muscle soreness. One of
    my friends gets a mas-
    sage after each session.
    He talked me into joining
    him. I did, and it worked
    wonders for me. K.C.
    ANSWER: I'm all for
    massage. It has found an
    honored place in sports
    medicine. It loosens tight
    muscles. It increases blood
    flow to exhausted muscles
    and helps replenish their
    exhausted stores of fuel. In
    the same way, it carts away
    waste products generated
    by heavy exercise.
    The fact that you find
    it does wonders for you
    is enough reason to
    continue.
    DEAR DR. DONOHUE:
    I am a recent owner of
    a treadmill. It has more
    gadgets and gauges on it
    than I know how to use.
    I'm gradually learning.
    One gauge gives a read-
    ing of "mets." Will you
    enlighten me at to what
    this is? H.K.
    ANSWER: A "met" is
    short for "metabolic equiv-
    alent." It gives exercise
    intensity in a form other
    than the more familiar
    calories. To be exact, a
    met is the consumption
    of 3.5 ml of oxygen per
    kilogram of body weight
    per minute of exercise.
    I'm pretty sure that defi-
    nition is totally unhelpful.
    Let me give you some
    examples that will help
    clear the met matter up.
    One met of exercise is
    simply sitting calmly in a
    chair.
    Three to five mets is
    comparable to raking
    leaves or walking at a
    pace of 3 miles an hour.
    Jogging at 5 miles an
    hour is five to seven mets.
    Shoveling heavy, wet
    snow or playing basketball
    with few breaks puts this
    kind of exercise in the nine
    mets or greater range.
    Dr. Donohue regrets that
    he is unable to answer in-
    dividual letters, but he will
    incorporate them in his
    column whenever possible.
    Readers may write him or
    request an order form of
    available health newslet-
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    Orlando, FL 32853-6475.
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    Lipstick removal from carpeting


    Dear Heloise: I read
    your column every day
    and am sure you can help
    me out. I am in dire need
    to know how to get lipstick
    out of very thick carpet.
    It is rather dark lipstick. I
    tried ice, and that seemed
    to spread it even more on
    the carpet. It is rather new
    carpet, I rent my apart-
    ment, and I am terribly
    upset about it. Thanks
    very much, Heloise! -
    Marilyn, via email
    Marilyn, happy to help.
    Sorry, but ice is not the
    answer, as you found out.
    That is for candle wax.
    Lipstick is most likely
    greasy or oily, although
    new formulations may not
    be. Here is my hint: Treat
    the lipstick stain with a
    SMALL amount of dry-
    cleaning solvent (find this
    in the laundry-supply area
    at the store) or prewash
    spray, using a clean cloth.
    Rinse, and blot thoroughly.
    Keep in mind for the
    future that there are three
    rules of stain removal:
    SOON, SLOW and SEV-
    ERAL. Work on the stain
    as soon as possible, work
    on it slowly, and several
    tries may be needed. Good
    luck. Heloise

    Lap afghan
    Dear Heloise: I read
    your column in the Mont-
    gomery (Ala.) Advertiser.
    I enjoy crocheting, but
    sometimes have a partial
    skein of yarn left over. I
    use it to make "lapghans"
    (small afghans for the lap
    - Heloise). I start with


    Hints from Heloise

    any color and use it till it
    runs out. It doesn't matter
    if it's in the middle of the
    row or at the end. I am
    careful in choosing what
    colors to put next to each
    other so they will blend
    well and match yarn types.
    When finished, I have a
    lapghan that can be used
    by someone in a wheel-
    chair to help keep his or
    her legs warm. I put them
    in gift bags and take them
    to the local nursing home
    to be given to patients. I
    sew a blank name label
    on the lapghan so the
    nursing home can put the
    name of the recipient on
    it. I have made good use
    of my leftover yarn and
    given a nice surprise to
    someone! P., via email

    Keep 'em together
    Dear Heloise: My hus-
    band's family taught me
    this: When at the dinner
    table and someone asks
    for the salt, always pass
    the salt AND the pepper
    together. You don't want
    to "divorce" the two. I
    thought that was cute and
    courteous! Shelly in
    Texas


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    Daughter bears the burden

    of her parents' unhappiness


    DEAR ABBY: A few days
    ago, my mom told me
    that if it wasn't for me,
    she and my dad would
    be divorced. She also said
    that the last few years
    with my dad have been
    terrible. I feel so guilty
    about this, knowing that
    I'm the reason my parents
    are unhappy.
    I barely slept the night
    my mom told me this,
    but actually, it all makes
    sense. Now I know why
    my parents yell at me for
    no reason and why I get
    in trouble for no reason.
    Abby, please help me. How
    do I tell my mom how it
    made me feel? FEELS
    GUILTY IN GEORGIA
    DEAR FEELS GUILTY:
    Your mother was wrong to
    say that you are the only
    reason she and your father
    have stayed married. They
    are together for reasons of
    their own that have little
    or nothing to do with you.
    You are not responsible for
    their unhappiness.
    Your parents appear to
    be under a lot of pressure
    right now, which may be
    why their tempers are
    frayed. Before discussing
    this with your mother, it
    might help to talk about
    what happened with
    another adult relative you
    trust. However, if there is
    no one else, clip this letter,
    show it to your mother
    and tell her you wrote it.
    DEAR ABBY: I am a
    20-year-old woman with a
    problem I'm not sure how
    to solve. I am 30 pounds
    overweight (I have been
    heavyset my whole life).
    My mom and I have been
    walking together for years,
    talking and enjoying each
    other's company as we go.
    For a while, we were
    both losing weight con-
    sistently as a result of our
    walks. But since my par-
    ents' divorce three years
    ago, Mom has had to work
    full-time and isn't able to
    walk with me as often.
    I want to continue
    walking to lose weight so
    I can be healthier and feel
    better about myself. But I
    feel I will be betraying my
    mom by not including her.
    Walking together has been
    our tradition, so I don't
    know how she'll feel if I
    continue to walk without


    Dear Abby

    her. What should I do? -
    STEPPING LIGHTLY
    DEAR STEPPING
    LIGHTLY: Get out there
    and continue walking -
    with headphones or with
    friends. Exercise with
    your mother on week-
    ends if she's available, and
    encourage her to do some
    walking on her own during
    her lunch hour. The only
    thing you should NOT do
    is quit walking because
    you feel guilty that you
    and your mother are now
    on different "paths."
    DEAR ABBY: I have
    been married to "Daryl"
    for 10 years. He has never
    really hit the mark in what
    I want someone who is
    mature, stable, predictable
    and has an appropriate
    perspective on life. Daryl
    depends on the outside
    world to make him feel
    good about himself, and
    when that doesn't happen,
    he drinks and smokes pot.
    I love exercise and the
    outdoors. He doesn't like
    hiking. In fact, he's afraid
    to challenge himself
    physically in even the
    smallest way.
    I have to decide whether
    to stay and "make do" or
    move on. How do I make
    that choice? (I'm over 40.)
    - LOOKING FOR BETTER,
    LAGUNA HILLS, CALIE
    DEAR LOOKING: Tell
    your husband what you
    have told me. That will
    give him a chance to
    shape up and at least try
    to be more of the man you
    thought you married. (I'm
    giving you the benefit of
    the doubt and not as-
    suming you felt you were
    compromising when you
    accepted his proposal.)
    Daryl deserves to spend
    his life with someone
    who values him for who
    he is, not someone who
    feels she's "making do." If
    it doesn't work, then you
    should both move on.


    "The night is far spent, the day is at hand: Let us
    therefore cast off the works of darkness, and let us put
    on the armour of light."-- Romans 13:12.
    The message of Christianity is an urgent one. Speed
    the light, share the gospel, "The night cometh when
    no man can work."


    I HOROSCOPE
    ARIES (March 21-April 19).When you were
    younger, you would have fits of fatalism in which
    you started feeling that things would never go your
    way again. Now you're optimistic.
    TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You'll glean what is
    essential to you and move on, letting what you
    have learned filter down on its own into your
    subconscious, where it begins to grow roots.
    GEMINI (May 21-June 21).The means to travel may
    not be available now, but you can still travel with
    your mind through books, movies and your own
    oon


    fantasies. Ajourney through your own imagination
    will bring you the most luck.
    CANCER (June 22-July 22).You are committed to
    turning whatever happens to you into something
    positive. And what already seems good will be even
    better when you go forward with this intention.
    LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Need and love are entirely
    different realities. When you want a person but
    don't need that person, the relationship will be
    more functional and loving.
    VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You'll drop everything


    think of the other person's needs without worrying
    about what you'll get out of the deal.
    LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).The stressors in your life
    will come to bear on your ability to resist tempta-
    tion.The best way to stick to your plans for yourself
    is to reduce your stress through meditation.
    SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Curiosity is therapeutic
    to you; you cure your doldrums by diving into new
    fields. You are apt to delve into esoteric subjects off
    the beaten path of your day-to-day business.
    SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). You know better


    sionate whims takes hold. Creative impulses have
    led you to much more interesting places than any
    accurate road map ever could have.
    CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19).You look forward to
    spending time with someone. Your interaction is
    becoming an important part of your day. You sense
    there's something valuable in every exchange.
    AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You have no intention
    of keeping your excellent taste to yourself. You'll
    express yourself and let your style be known.
    Someone may imitate you, which is the highest


    to help someone. Your love makes it easy for you to than to try to be reasonable when one of your pas- form of flattery.


    PISCES (Feb.19-March 20). Your mood can be as
    changeable as the sea, though only a fellow Pisces
    would be able to tell.This evening there won't be
    any reason to hide.
    TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (Jan. 7). You'll get bored of al-
    ways seeing exactly where you're headed. The path
    will wind, and you'll enjoy the adventurous ride in
    this. A handsome paycheck comes this month. You'll
    find February's new alliance both pleasing and
    motivating. March and April bring good fortune to
    your family. Sagittarius and Scorpio people adore
    you. Your lucky numbers are: 20,1, 22,49 and 19.


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    Saturday, January 7, 2012


    MANUFACTURED LOTS & ACREAGE
    HOMES FOR SALE 1500I
    1095


    "Ul I I/A ')L'AU
    SETTLE ESTATE $39,900
    Must sell-First reasonable offer
    accepted! Quality Palm Harbor
    spacious 1400 SF sectional, 2
    scrnd lanais, Custom therapy
    tub, many extras. 941-356-5308
    www.riversideoaksflorida.com

    CLSIFE


    PUNTA GORDA CHECK
    THIS OUT. Location, value,
    cond. #140 Emerald Lakes,
    Airport Rd. 2BR/2BA, furn.,
    $48K cash. 941-505-7324

    1 =I


    SETTLE ESTATE pi,:ed r
    immediate liquidation
    everything stays $29,900 obo
    Call 941-356-5308
    www.riversideoaksflorida.com
    Virtual Tour Available


    GOREN BRIDGE


    WITH TANNAH HIRSCH
    @2012 Tribune Media Services, Inc.

    WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ


    Q 1 As South, vulnerable, you hold:

    SA1097652 6 0 Void4AJ71073

    What is your opening bid?

    Q 2 As South, vulnerable, you hold:

    4 AK J 10 6 5 2 ( 8 3 o A Q v 52

    What is your opening bid?

    Q 3 As South, vulnerable, you hold:

    A95 KQ70 AKJ7 4AQ72

    The bidding has proceeded:
    SOUTH WEST NORTH EAST
    14 Pass 1 Pass
    9
    What do you bid now?

    Q 4 As South, vulnerable, you hold:

    49) Q973 0Q854AJ1086


    The bidding has proceeded:
    NORTH EAST SOUTH
    16 Pass 1NT
    21 Pass ?
    What do you bid now?


    WEST
    Pass


    6 LOT PACKAGE Includes 3
    Rotonda Lots (1 Oversized
    Lakefront)..ETC! For Details
    Call Albert 941-628-2883
    CHARLOTTE CO. 5 Acre
    Parcels $9,900, $11,900. &
    $13,900 Lindsay Realtor, Cold-
    well Banker RRE 941-3804277
    S BUY L !
    SELL IT!
    IF' 11T4" IT!
    SUN CLASSIFIEDS!
    ENGLEWOOD 7 lots off
    Oxford Dr. Cleared &
    mowed, Beachclub rights,
    sewer & water, $40,000
    each 941-474-3282


    Q 5 Neither vulnerable, as South
    you hold:

    4 AK1095 AJ96 K10 5 46

    The bidding has proceeded:
    SOUTH WEST NORTH EAST
    16 Pass 1NT Pass

    What do you bid now?

    Q 6 Both vulnerable, as South you
    hold:

    4 AK10762v 97 0 64AJ32

    The bidding has proceeded:
    SOUTH WEST NORTH EAST
    14 Pass 26 Pass
    9
    What action do you take?

    Look for answers on Monday.

    (Tannah Hirsch welcomes readers'
    responses 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.)


    LOTS & ACREAGE
    L 1500




    NORTH PORT Sumter
    Blvd. Great location. New
    home area. $6,900 941-
    457-6811
    PUNTA GORDA
    1.25 Acres. 165'X330'
    10 minutes from exit 164
    $9,999 239-777-3447
    PUNTA GORDA
    1.25Acres Country living
    Bring your livestock!
    Close to 1-75 & shops
    $22,900. 941-637-7776


    MOVIE LISTINGS

    Regal Town Center 16
    941-623-0111
    1441 Tamiami Trail
    The Adventures of Tintin 3D (PG,
    101 min.) 1:55 pm, 4:50 pm,
    7:30 pm, 10:20 pm
    The Adventures of Tintin (PG,
    101 min.) 1:25 pm
    Alvin and the Chipmunks:
    Chipwrecked (G, 87 min.)
    1:35 pm, 3:50 pm, 6:55 pm,
    9:20 pm
    The Darkest Hour 3D (PG-13,
    89 min.) 1:20 pm, 3:40 pm,
    7:40 pm, 10:15 pm
    The Descendants (R, 115 min.)
    1:40 pm, 4:20 pm, 7:10 pm,
    9:50 pm
    The Devil Inside (R) 1:30 pm,
    2:00 pm, 4:00 pm, 4:30 pm,
    6:50 pm, 7:20 pm, 9:10 pm,
    9:40 pm
    The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
    (R, 160 min.) 1:15 pm,
    2:30 pm, 4:40 pm, 6:40 pm,
    8:05 pm, 10:00 pm
    Mission: Impossible Ghost
    Protocol (PG-13, 132 min.)
    1:45 pm, 4:05 pm, 4:55 pm,
    7:05 pm, 8:00 pm, 10:05 pm
    The Muppets (PG, 98 min.)
    1:05 pm
    New Year's Eve (PG-13,
    117 min.) 1:50 pm, 7:15 pm,
    9:55 pm
    Sherlock Holmes: A Game of
    Shadows (PG-13, 128 min.)
    1:00 pm, 1:30 pm, 3:55 pm,
    4:25 pm, 6:55 pm, 7:25 pm,
    9:50 pm, 10:20 pm
    The Twilight Saga: Breaking
    Dawn Part 1 (PG-13, 108 min.)
    4:35 pm
    War Horse (PG-13, 146 min.)
    1:10 pm, 3:45 pm, 4:30 pm,
    7:00 pm, 7:50 pm, 10:10 pm
    We Bought a Zoo (PG, 124 min.)
    1:50 pm, 4:40 pm, 7:35 pm,
    10:25 pm


    LOTS & ACREAGE
    Z1500


    PUNTA GORDA Tropical Gulf
    Acres. 4 lots together- 1 on
    corner, $55k obo 1 single on
    corner lot- $10k obo paved
    roads, extra fill.941-815-8179
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    Frank Theatres Galleria
    Stadium 12
    941-408-0011
    2111 Tamiami Trail
    The Adventures of Tintin (PG,
    101 min.) 10:30 am, 1:30 pm,
    4:30 pm, 7:30 pm, 9:55 pm
    Alvin and the Chipmunks:
    Chipwrecked (G, 87 min.)
    11:00 am, 2:00 pm, 5:00 pm,
    7:15 pm, 9:20 pm
    The Darkest Hour 3D (PG-13,
    89 min.) 11:45 am, 2:00 pm,
    7:45 pm
    The Darkest Hour (PG-13,
    89 min.) 4:45 pm, 9:50 pm
    The Descendants (R, 115 min.)
    10:20 am, 1:20 pm, 4:20 pm,
    7:20 pm, 9:55 pm
    The Devil Inside (R) 11:30 am,
    2:15 pm, 4:15 pm, 7:15 pm,
    9:15 pm
    The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
    (R, 160 min.) 10:00 am,
    1:25 pm, 7:00 pm, 10:00 pm
    Mission: Impossible Ghost
    Protocol (PG-13, 132 min.)
    10:10 am, 1:10 pm, 4:10 pm,
    7:20 pm, 9:55 pm
    Sherlock Holmes: A Game of
    Shadows (PG-13, 128 min.)
    11:00 am, 1:45 pm, 5:00 pm,
    7:30 pm, 10:00 pm
    Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (R,
    127 min.) 11:00 am, 1:30 pm,
    4:30 pm, 7:15 pm, 9:55 pm
    War Horse (PG-13, 146 min.)
    10:00 am, 1:00 pm, 4:00 pm,
    7:00 pm, 10:00 pm
    We Bought a Zoo (PG, 124 min.)
    10:15 am, 1:30 pm, 4:30 pm,
    7:30 pm, 10:10 pm

    AMC Merchants Crossing 16
    888-AMC-4FUN
    US 41 and Pine Island Rd.
    The Adventures of Tintin 3D (PG,
    101 min.) 12:30 pm, 5:30 pm,
    10:30 pm


    The Adventures of Tintin (PG,
    101 min.) 10:00 am; 3:00 pm,
    8:00 pm Digital Presentation
    Alvin and the Chipmunks:
    Chipwrecked (G, 87 min.)
    11:45 am, 2:15 pm, 4:45 pm,
    7:15 pm, 9:45 pm; 10:30 am,
    1:00 pm, 3:30 pm, 6:00 pm,
    8:30 pm Digital Presentation
    The Darkest Hour 3D (PG-13,
    89 min.) 1:45 pm, 6:30 pm
    The Darkest Hour (PG-13,
    89 min.) 11:15 am, 4:00 pm,
    9:00 pm
    The Devil Inside (R) 10:45 am,
    1:15 pm, 3:45 pm, 6:15 pm,
    8:45 pm
    The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
    (R, 160 min.) 10:00 am,
    1:30 pm, 5:00 pm, 8:30 pm;
    11:30 am, 3:00 pm, 6:30 pm,
    10:00 pm
    J. Edgar (R, 137 min.) 2:00 pm,
    8:15 pm
    Mission: Impossible Ghost
    Protocol (PG-13, 132 min.)
    10:00 am, 1:00 pm, 4:00 pm,
    7:00 pm, 10:00 pm; 11:30 am,
    2:30 pm, 5:30 pm, 8:30 pm
    New Year's Eve (PG-13,
    117 min.) 10:30 am, 1:30 pm,
    4:30 pm, 7:30 pm, 10:30 pm
    Sherlock Holmes: A Game of
    Shadows (PG-13, 128 min.)
    10:15 am, 1:15 pm, 4:15 pm,
    7:15 pm, 10:15 pm; 11:45 am,
    2:45 pm, 5:45 pm, 8:45 pm
    Digital Presentation
    Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (R,
    127 min.) 11:00 am, 2:00 pm,
    5:00 pm, 8:00 pm
    The Twilight Saga: Breaking
    Dawn Part 1 (PG-13, 108 min.)
    11:00 am, 5:15 pm
    War Horse (PG-13, 146 min.)
    11:15 am, 2:30 pm, 5:45 pm,
    9:00 pm
    We Bought a Zoo (PG, 124 min.)
    10:15 am, 1:15 pm, 4:15 pm,
    7:15 pm, 10:15 pm


    ACROSS
    "People" person
    Wharf
    Carnation color
    Eric Clapton
    classic
    Canyon reply
    Jai -
    Utah senator
    Hatch
    Bandleader -
    Kenton
    Yarn fuzz
    Tire pressure
    meas.
    Jack London
    setting
    Keaton or
    Sawyer
    Keeps time
    Gusting
    UFO pilots
    Undercover job
    Team setback
    Decided
    Like cool cats
    Produce
    counter buy
    (2 wds.)
    Ave. crossers
    Hoodlums,
    slangily
    "Mila 18"
    novelist
    Halfback's ploy
    Maintain
    Atomic clock
    device


    48 Novelist -
    Wharton
    49 Tea clippers
    50 Narrow down
    52 U.K. lexicon
    55 One of the
    phobias
    56 Elbows
    57 Chopin opus
    59 Bargain-hunt
    60 Pulpit
    61 Dingbat
    62 Lacking
    63 500 sheets
    64 Ice cream treats

    DOWN
    1 Filly's footfall
    2 I'm all -!
    3 Songwriters
    4 Yale alumnus
    5 Indian fig tree
    6 Cubicle fillers
    7 VIII, to Virgil
    8 Adage-spouting
    detective
    9 "- -Tiki"
    10 Fence stake
    11 Homer opus
    12 Pram pusher
    13 Toy on a string
    22 High times
    23 Luncheonette
    25 For fear that
    26 Genie's offering
    27 Linen vestments
    28 Oaf
    29 Push aside


    PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED


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    30 Deep-six
    32 Slangy
    summons
    33 Cough remedy
    34 Omani title
    35 Furtive whisper
    37 Ess moldings
    38 Roulette bet
    39 Pull off a coup
    43 35mm settings
    (hyph.)
    44 Citrus cooler
    45 Fire alarms
    46 Coffee variety
    47 Slugger Hank -


    48 salts
    49 Quartet member
    50 Blah
    51 "Fernando"
    band
    53 St. Vincent
    Millay
    54 Pashas
    56 Grate upon
    58 Pedro's uncle


    Venice Gondolier Sun readers: Look for the puzzle solution in the Our Town section.


    TODAY'S

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    SHWCS OF

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    Kieran and Cecelia Loughman 0
    an Exit Creative Realty are featuring 2
    recent listings in The Beautiful Gated Golf
    Community of Heron Creek Homes from
    $160,000 to $379,000
    Call 941-234-7099 for additional information
    Flyers on all homes available Sat & Sun at
    Main Gate on Sumter Blvd.
    Light Refreshements Served


    LAKE SUZY NORTH SHORE
    2br/2ba Condo with lanai. Cath. ceil-
    ings, fully tiled, Turnkey, Everything
    updated. Low Taxes $110k flexible
    by owner 941-235-0844


    PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/2
    Perfect for full time or seasonal
    residents. Downsize to this beautiful
    1400sf home in the prestigious
    Kingsgate 55+ Golfing Community.
    LOW TAXES. LOW MAINTENANCE.
    START ENJOYING THE GOOD LIFE!!
    $138,900 941-769-1431

    DEEP CREEK


    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


    "Top Selling Golf, Riverfront, Resort Community!."
    $139,900 to $699,900
    Close to Gulf Beaches and Marinas.
    4 Miles west of 41 on 776, go to gate
    for open house site directions.
    Riverwood Realty Visit or Call
    941-743-9663 or
    1-800-874-1869


    PORT CHARLOTTE
    12542 Trinity Avenue
    This New 3/2/2 Pool home is just
    being completed w/ 1900 sq. ft. under
    air, stainless appliances
    & many more upgrades.
    Minutes to boat ramp. $144,900.
    941-204-8213
    A Clear Choice Realty.


    DEEP CREEK- LAKE BENGAL
    Totally restored 3/2/2, 2,000sf,
    New gourmet kitchen & Master Bath,
    Granite, SS appl., vaulted ceilings,
    Separate family room, large lanai with
    Florida wildlife and spectacular
    Sunrise across the lake.
    By Owner. $199,900 Can Finance.
    941-627-4177


    MUST SEE
    3BR/3BA/3CG Immaculate,
    large lanai, heated lap pool, den
    & workshop, 45ft dock, 10K lift,
    3755 sqft under roof,
    loaded with extras. $599,888
    Five Star Realty Brian Helgemo
    941- 380-3727

    GOLER PRAIS


    PRISTINE custom built in
    2004, Heated pool, 1896 sq
    ft, greatroom. 3/2/2 split plan
    $184,500.
    Pat Walker 941-276-4674
    RE/MAX Anchor

    MUS SE -POR CARLTT


    PORT CHARLOTTE
    1171 Richter St. MLS#D5781129
    3/2/2, LR, DR, FR. Many Upgrades!
    Open Floor Plan. Move-In Ready.
    Must See
    $159,500. Bill Norris,
    Bob Melvin Properties.
    941-380-2400


    LEASE TO OWN!
    Golf course view with over
    3,000 square ft heated.
    3/3.5/3 Too many extras to list.
    $339,000.
    Contact Walt Bethel,
    Re/Max Harbor Realty. 863-990-
    1748 wbethel@wesellpg.com


    25740 Deep Creek Blvd. This is a must see
    home. The kitchen was done in'09. Solar pool
    heat completed in "08. All rooms renovated!.
    It has granite & wood cabinets in the kitchen
    w/ a tumbled marble back splash. SS appli-
    ances finish off the kitchen. Baths have been
    tastefully updated. This is a great place to
    entertain. $199,900.
    ELAINE MARTIN 941-661-4800
    FISHERMANS VILLAGE REALTY LLC.


    1650 West Marion Ave. #124 P.G.I This is a
    rare find in the condo market. The unit is
    over 2000 sq. ft. and has the look and feel
    of a fine single family home. This is a truly
    remarkable end unit with views of the river
    and a short walk to the Yacht Club and
    Fishermens Village. $369,000.
    ELAINE MARTIN Call 941-661-4800
    FISHERMAN L 4
    VILLAGE REALTY, LLC.
    LAKLAD, LOIDA


    4632 DELMAR DRIVE
    Beautiful Furnished 2/2/1,
    Florida Room., 1900 sf.,
    Club House, 2 Pools, Tennis,
    Golf Course & LOTS MORE!!!
    Just Bring Your Clothes
    & Move In!
    $99,500. 863-816-6034


    ROTONDA SUN. 1-3
    21 LONG MEADOW PL
    3/2/3 Estate home on 2 lots. Deco
    drive, heated pool w/ pavers
    $239,000
    Fla. Golf Properties
    (941)-698-GOLF (4653)


    1965 Knox, 56' 2/1/CP, dining room, liv-
    ing room, laundry room, kitchen and
    lanai. Recently remodeled. 55+ Comm.
    Harborview Mobile Park,
    Port Charlotte. No pets.
    $15,000.
    941-255-9941


    PORT CHARLOTTE
    5 Acres on Tangerine.
    In Town. Large Oaks. Ponds.
    Cleared. Horses OK.
    REDUCED TO $175K
    941-457-9439


    /2.o/3, new rrtcnen,
    Cathedral Ceilings on 3 Lots.
    The 3rd Garage has A/C, Plumbing &
    Electric for use as a Fitness Room or
    Office. All New Lap Pool, Pavers
    & Cage! $350,000. Deb Sestilio,
    Fisherman's Village Realty
    (941)-391-1873


    PORT CHARLOTTE,
    2/1/cp on circular drive
    large family room, laundry
    Eat in kitchen. $45,000
    941-979-8882

    ENTREPRENEURSll DREA~M


    3/2/2 POOL HOME on 3 Lots with
    40x60 garage/workshop.
    Quiet and private.
    Will Consider All Offers.
    One-Of-a-Kind at Only $169,900.
    941-623-8423 Donna Cline/KW


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    640 CAPE TERRACE NW, PORT CHARLOTTE.
    US-41 to West on Ellicott, left on Cape Terrace. SO-0-0
    MUCH FOR SO LITTLE! LIKE NEW! Totally, tastefully
    updated 1529 SF, 2-bedroom, 2-bath w/formal living +
    family rm and huge screened lanai in quiet neighborhood
    close to all amenities. Truly move-in ready and only
    $89,000 (NOT a Short Sale)!
    pjrf'M A Patty Gillespie Realtor,
    Aw CR RA GRI,SRES, E-pro,7css
    ANCHOR REALTY 941-875-2755


    deep sailboat water 10+ ft.
    Best avail, with breathtaking 180
    degree water views, spectacular
    sunsets. Poss. owner financing
    @ 3-1/2%.
    Only $399,900.
    941-769-0200


    PUNTA GORDA,
    4180 DELTONA
    Sailboat Access.
    Almost new 3/2/2CP, Fireplace,
    1,700 sf. Nice area!
    $119,900. or Make Offer.
    941-624-0355


    Englewood-The Pines At Sandalhaven
    BY OWNER
    2005 Fleetwood, 1528sf, 2/2, den,
    Ig. shed, raised lanai. Resident-
    Owned 55+ Comm. pool/Clubhouse
    941-681-2141 or 248-909-6894

    BEATIFL OMEON OL CORS


    GULF ACCESS! 2007 Custom Home,
    Seawall, private boat ramp to
    enclosed boat bay, 3/2.5/3 with
    2092 sf, granite tops, tile,
    loaded with many upgrades,
    Immaculate condition, $259k
    Chad Clark
    Allison James Estates & Homes
    941-661-1423


    PUNTA GORDA ISLES,
    Sailboat gulf access home
    with 118 ft seawall over-
    looking Sunset Lake. Sun
    Realty, June Poliachik.
    941-916-0100 $449,000


    BEAUTIUL 3 ARE MIN RANCH


    VENICE 2BR/2BA
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    FSBO $445,000 941-492-6350

    10 ACRE ESTATE PUNTA GORDA


    Private Fenced-Gated-Pond Custom 2004
    Home +1 Bedroom 1 Bath Guest/Pool House,
    Outdoor Kitchen, Designer Pool, Spa s,
    Extensive Patio area One of a kind Attn:
    Pilots Walk to Shell Creek Airport. S495,000.
    Call Judy Petkewicz
    Allison James Estates & Homes
    941-456-8304


    VENICE- 1878 Killdeer Ct.
    2100+sf 3/2/2 on Cul-de-Sac.
    POOL, LR, Spacious Family Rm,
    4 Walk in Closets, Lots of Tile,
    Large Lanai, Invisable Fence,
    Deep Well, Auto Sprinklers
    $229,900
    941-493-3331


    999 Chickadee Drive Venice, FL
    Beautiful 4/3/3 Home w/pool & spa.
    Premium home site w/long golf course &
    waterview 2500 SF under air with
    $60,000 of upgrades Incrdible garage!
    Immediate Occupancy! $429,000
    Joe Hayden 941-321-2964
    ERA Preferred Properties of Venice, Inc.


    ueep L.reeK ouperu luUdul:
    Great Condition. 3/2/2, great
    room, All tile, beautiful lanai
    and solar heated pool.
    $144,900.
    Pat Walker 941- 276-4674
    RE/MAX Anchor


    Lakeview Golf Front Double lot
    3/2.5/3/Pool Gated 18 hole
    Sabal Trace Golf & Country Club
    Charles Ankrom Designed Fairways
    2187Sq ft 289,900
    All Florida Real Estate
    Connections, Inc.
    941-456-9999




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    Lake Suzy Drive Your Cart to
    Kingsway County Club
    3 Bedroom, 2 Bath,
    3 Bay Garage plus den,
    heated pool, 2300 square
    feet under air $299,900
    941-743-3769


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    10 Mins to shopping, restaurants, etc...,
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    Stocked pond, fenced, new appliances, com-
    pletely redone.
    BUYERS HOME WARRANTY INCLUDED.
    FANTASTIC NEW PRICE @ 169,500
    Call R&R Consulting to view 941-916-1662


    PORT CHARLOTTE :.- 111- linI
    centrally located with pool, clubhouse, and
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    baths, extra large screened lanai, immaculate
    condo with new carpets, paint, appliances,
    fully furnished.
    Pet friendly $55,000.
    A Clear Choice Realty
    941-979-9396
    www.aclearchoicerealty.com


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    PUNTA GORDA. Best Location!
    Immaculate, Beautiful, 3/2 split
    BR plan, enclosed lanai + patio,
    1562 sf, oversized corner lot,
    circular drive. Many upgrades.
    $107,000
    941-639-3062


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    on lake and 17x19 shed. Lots of
    extras and a free golf cart.
    Asking $99,500.
    Call 941-639-4885


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    941-286-0640 SUN REALTY


    This Sailboat custom plan exceeds
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    30' concrete dock, pool,
    grand landscaping, $479,000
    Aggressive Realty
    "Selling With Integrity"
    941-629-2100


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    941-474-3282
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    PRIME VENICE ISLAND
    LOCATION 1+/-Acre,
    Corner Lot on Business 41
    Zoned Mixed use
    Retail, Office, Residential.
    Will build to suite! $395k
    MaryBeth, 941416-3829
    Preferred Properties, Realtors.

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    1600

    PIZZA RESTAURANT, Very
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    40+ seats, apartment &
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    864-723-0182


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    1610

    ENGLEWOOD- Corner unit on
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    Sub Shop ETC. 941-276-3639



    NEED CASH?
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    EXECUTIVE OFFICE SUITES
    18245 Paulson Drive. P.C
    25% off first Year Rent
    80 s.f. to 230 s.f. Offices
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    Single Room Office space
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    PUNTA GORDA on US 41
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    COMMERCIAL/
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    Luxury Living with
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    865-719-2316


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    Call 845-706-7924.


    NORTH PORT 3/2/2, Pool,
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    All hardwood floors, Plantation
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    941-429-6819


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    941-809-7709

    PUNTA GORDA -GULF ACCESS -7 ACRES!


    7 Acre Waterfront Punta Gorda
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    JUDY K PETKEWICZ
    ALLISON JAMES ESTATES & HOMES
    941-456-8304


    Manasota Key 3/2.5/2
    Pool & Spa, Seawalled Dock
    No Bridges to ICW
    Secluded Landscaped Setting
    $849,000 Coldwell Banker
    941-759-0001
    Raymond Corcoran


    BY OWNER, Sailboat Lot,
    3472 Discovery 33983
    Great Location. $29,900
    941-677-8550
    details at KL30.com


    PUNTA GORDA 32 acres "12 acre
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    PLACIDA HAS IT ALL!
    3/2, 1st floor end unit with a view.
    PRIVATE BEACH
    $349,000
    Call Beau Bulwan
    Pineapple Gulf Properties
    941-350-1470


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