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rf rf ntrbt rf nt bbr br rf bb r rr br br nrbrr b rfn trr br t rf nttrt brrnr nrfrr rrrn r nbr rbr nb rfn ntbftftf f ntff ttnbtf tft t ntff nttftbn fft fntftf nfft bff tbt fftfbt tf ftftt nftfbf tffnrnb ftftb btnnf tfbtff tf nbf nftbf f ntfft tf btbff ttt bttf ttfbf nffff bf ftft btf tntfbf fnbt nfnf ftf bbtn tftt ftftf nftrt tntff ntffn ttftf ft fr nfb nt nfff tfnf btfbf fbt nfttn fttb ttnf ttftftf tfnbf frfttf ftffrtf bnttt nnttft ttbtf ftf fnn nbff tftf ff tfntb tftt fftn bftf nnf tftf bttt ftff f ttt ntfn ttfr bbff ftn nntfr ftbntb tfrf ftf tf tft nftbf ttfb bttb frn fft ttbtt fntfr bnt fnt tnf ttt ntft tffnf tftb ftbt ftf fbfnt fnbf fbb tfbtf tnbf nfb ntft tffft ttft tftftb fntf ftttft tf ftfnbfn ffbr tf fftft fffnntbb tff ftft ft ttttfr tfnfff ftbtntf tnfr f nfntb tf nft nt ff f nftf fnf tftftr tnnf tf n tnnf btf fb tfr f tb bff fttft btf frn tfntftbn tnnfnt nbf nfff nttnf tfbfff nfnt ffn ffff tfn tft fft tfbftb nftn n rr btrrt frnrrt ffrtr t tfttrntf nttf tbt nf fbbnb tbttftf ntb tfnttf tfn fftfnnf fftf tnnf tntbbntff btbffb fftfrn ttffb ttftntf tttft ffntt ttff tttf tfbtffb nffntb tfffff ntnn nntr tbnnf tffbr tbft fnfff tbt fnntttt tfn tbfttf nnff fffnt nntbbtfn btf ffn ftttftb tfnt nnf tfttt ftbt btftnn tfttnt tffbt tbbnft fttftt fnbrf ftf ftfttr ntfnttf ttf fbtttft nnfnff ftftff nnfnnnt fnn fftt ntttf tntffnfff nbftntbb tnnnfn nftt ttbbt bftfnf bbttft tbbtfbt ffntt tftbbft fbt tffnrbb ftfn tfttrntfn ttftb t nnf ftbtf fntr fnntffttt ntfnt fftb ftttffft nnf ttn tfttff nntt ftfn ntftb tnf nnf nbtnf ftftffn ffffntbf fbtbtfft tnfffnr

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rf rf rfff nft bt nnb nn f nb n ttfb tn ft r f ntfbfr tnf frrr r nff t b f nf bfr rn tf rfft r ntfrtff frt rn r tfb tnr nfbbr tff frr nfb rt nf rr fn b frn rft nrfr rb r rtf f frbf n trrt ffr frn nb nnn n ffb n n n nn n tt nff nn f rn rrn rf bn frfrn f bftff rrt ffr rnrf n frntf b rrn r f trn fnff rt rr ff fr rnrfrb t nb f n n nt n fn tr tf tn n nbtf ffn rb f r ff tff nfb ff fn tfn trr nb r nrn nfrnb n fr frn b frn fr nrr nb tffr rtfr rrn b fnn nn rb fnt ftrn frfrr tn nr rn rr nb t nn r n n frrf rtf n rfr b rf rb rrrr tff b r nfrtn rff f frr tfnb rnnr ftfrf r fft ftfr nffb ffn nb nn fn ffn f fn n fnf frrn tfn fnr r b rfntr bfntbrnr nf ntrrnr tfrrnt n f tnntb r fttrrft brrt rfnt bfnttrtn nbrn nt rtnr fttnt r fttrrf fnr ff r ff nf n frrrr rr frf f rrnb brt rnn trf rnr n fb frf rn ffnr fb f r f nf r f b n rf ff rrfn rnf rfrt tffnt rnf nr ntb ff rff rr frnbf rrf rf r fnnr ff fnt rr r bf ffn b frrf ffr ttr rtf rf tffnb frn fr r ftf rr f b bb frf fr r nf ffr ntrnn rr b rf ffr frn ff rb fn ft f frfn rb b trf b frn tfbtrb fr b tr fb rf ftr fr frb tr rrr nf b fff rn tnf rnnf f nr trr rrbrr fnf fr fr rrf rrb bt fr rtr b tr frff nb fft rr fbf tfft bt rrb rrrf fn fb rf f nf rb ff nbfrf ffr f nf rf tnb nnrb ft tt b t n fb rr rrf n nrf tfnff nbf rrb nt rfr tfnr br rnr ff nr rb rn n f tr rrfffrf rt ftrb rf nr tfft rnf r fb trr nf rnf nbf frr tn fnr nnnfb ft nnn rn frr tnr r rr frf rt bfn rn fnrtf rfrf tr r frfrt f rnbrfnttbt n

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rf rf rf rfnttntbtbt ttb ftbtbtft tt bnbtnt tttt ftbtbtf tt bntbttnt tttt ftbtbtf ttntf bfrtb tbt rf rfntt btbtnn ttnnt tttfb tt bn btnt ft tnbttf b bntbttnt tttn bttfb tbtt rbt rf rfntt btbtn tbtb ttfntttt tftbtft btttb bnbtnt tfntb bntbttnt tfnt bbf rr fffff rfffr rbt tttb btt rf rfntt bbbtt ttttb bttt bbtbb nnbbtt ntfb bnbt tttf bntbtft tttff rf rfntt bn ttbtb fnbttf fttfbt tbbtntf btbtb t bnbtnt ttbtnb ttbtf ft ntft tbbttft f bntbttnt tfbbbr ffr fttttf ttttf rf rfntt btbtnb tfttttfb tttnt nnbb ttftn bnbt tftftt tttttt bttffn nbtf bntbtft tftftttft ttttt ftbttffn nbtfffb rf ntntbtbt tftfttn tfbtfftt bttbtbt ttbtbtt rfnttbtbtnb ttttt fttbtfttf bnbtnt bbttt ftttffttt ntb ttfttftttf t bntbtntt tttt bttffttfb f nff b bttft t rf nnft bttfb tnntt tftnt t bn btnt ftbbt tf bn tbttnt ftbbtbf b tft bt rf rfnttbtbtn tftbtt nftbttbt bn btnt tftbt tntttb tt bn tbttnt tftbt ttntntt tbtf rf fr bffffn tbbt rntbtttrtfb tt rf rfnttbtbtnft tbtntb tntbbt bnbtt ttft tft bn tbttt tt fttft bf f fftbtt tt tb rf rfntt btbtntf ntt ttbt ntb bnbtnt tntttt bntt tnt bn tbtnt tbtftt t rr t bb ttt nnn bt b t bt tt t b bt ttb tt t bt tbt t ft bt tft tn ntt tft t tftbb tnf tt tf tft rtt bttt bb b ttt bb t t t t t ttt n b tt tt tf tfbb bf tbb btt tf t t nt b ntf f n b tt t tft t tf t ntt t ftt t tt t ftt t tf b btbt rfn

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rf r fntb rf rn tb r fnrttf bff rf fff tnf rftf rftn ffft nfrf ftrf t rffn frt rnnfff nff fffn rfrnf rff trt rnnfft frr rttfff rtf fnfrn ffr fn ffft nff fffr nfrr rft fr ffrft fffn fr f r tt ft fr rnrf ffffff rt f rr fffr rff ttrt fr nr ftff nrbrt nrft fn ntrt f f ff frrf r ffrf f rf rf tfrf ft rf f r rff nrff tr rfr frf rfb rfnf brfr f rtff br nff f r ff f f frf ff r rnr rfr ntttf frtfr ft frr nrf frtfr fffn ttfnrt frrt fr br f rr r fn rnnft nnr fnrf r nfnn rfff rff ftffff rfr rrf ffrb fff rnrfn ffffn fr ff fntr frtf fff rfnf tfrff fnffff fnfffn frf rr nnf rrr frn rrt rtf fnr frft trn rff bff ffntf ffff rrn fn frf frt rfb r ffrttf fnf frttf ffr ff frttfff t fftrf tf fff rft ffff nffr f fffft fr r tnf ffffff trfrtf rtrf r rttftt ffb trf rrrt rftf nffrf rff ffffr ff frf f tff tf nrf rf ftfrf rfrff ftrf rnf rftf frfff ffffr ffrrt frfff fb rf rr ff ff r n ftffr rf fn nfrn ftfffn t rrfrn rrt ff rnrrf rfrf rff ffn ff ffrf f rftf rff fbrf rtrff ftfrf rffr rff fffr fffff ntf frr fnf rrff rrffff ffr r tftf frtf rffrr fffff ffrr frftn fffff ff ffrtf nffff ff ff rffff fnfr rr frrf rfrt fr rfrn frfrt ftfn fffb tnf bf fff rf ff fnffr f rf tfrf fnr fntfn rfrn fff fffrf rft ftrfr ff tfr frrf n frft t tnfff fft fbff ftf tfr ftf ff rn rrf rfn ntt rfft nrft ftf ff ffff rf tt tfttf n f trfrf fff r rtfrf fff ff trf fnf fff rf rrff frf fttf f ff rfrff nfrff rfrnf frtft nrft frf frrrnf frtt nnfff fffrf r f fffnf rf t rttff fn frfn ttff tt f rttffrn frtr ttff nf fr nfr rrt ff f f ffrrfn rfnntb rf nt btrttfbt rrfntbnrrfr brf brrbrnrf rfrr rr nrbrrn rnrfrbnnfr trrtftfbt rfrrnnr fbrrfrbrf rfbr nt btrttfbtr fr brf brfr nrbrrr rrrbnrrb nnnrr nfrffrnrbr rbrrrfrfr rrbrr ffrnffrfbbf fffrrrbr trrtftfbt

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rf rf rf nnfftb tt ff ttnt ntntf nttt fnt fbnn tt tfft tt ffttntnb rftn tf tnn tt rtf nnr ntftt ttrbnt ntff tt ttbttnn nt nb nn t ttn trtt tt nnttn tbtt ttt ftftntn tb nr tfft rt nrtntfftb fttf t nfttb nrrt bf ff r n ttf nnt fttn tn ftftf rft tn ffn nnfnf ntttb tn t r tnnrntt nft bttn fttnn nrf tnntnfftt nnf tnbtt tntnnr tft tnt fttf rt brf nf tnnt nnttt nnf rtf nnt ft tb nnnt ftnt ntrf tnnt ftftrt tfr tntnt tbft nnnrtn t ttn ftt fn nnt fnft ftr ttftrtt tfttn b r f nrf tn tt tnnrftn ntnn tftn ftntbnt rnt fttt tntf tntt tfnt nfb tt nnnft tf nnnr tnrf tnrtn rb ttt ntf fft fnb nt fttnf f tn tff ntntf nfff tfnt ft nt ttrb nnt ff trf nftnf rnfnr n t tr tbt tb tt t tbrt ntn nffr tf ntfrt n rbt nr tr rtntf fn tnf tntrbtnf n tff nf tftt ntffn tb tnnr tr nnr fr ftrtf nrtftt tf nnn ftb f tb f rr tnttn nr rtnf t fftt ntntf tttfrb rtt ff tnf nb brf r ftnt ff ff t nffn ftnn trn t ffnnt f t nt tb r rfrrnt bt frnt rft rffntb rntnfbr bftf nffrf rt r f tt rnnfrtr b bfb tbt rfrrntff bt frnt rft fbf rnt f nf rt bf f rnnfrt rfnt rf rntbnttfbft rfnrt br fntfbnrff ntbtbff fnrrbntrrnffttn ftr tr tr tr tbr nt rtbr tbr ntbr rtbr

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rf r rrff fntfb ft rrn nftf tnttb r f nt t rttf tt r rbr ttr f tr r tb f ntb f r ttnrnr nr nnft tnn rf ftnbtt rf rtf n frntrr r brtfnr r rtn ffn rrnnb fnr nf f ttf nnfrb nttnr rr nttn tf tb nn f r nnnf ttnf nrb nrrf fff f nf rbtft fnftn tfff tfnr rtb tft fnr rftb bt bn nrt tbff nfn tfb fft f nn f ff fbf bff ff bn bf b f ff f fn ffr rtffr n fnffrb tfrnf f ttfrrntt nb n n ttr fft n fnn ftbtt rt tt rttb b f bfn r fb r t t fn b tttt nnnr tb rtftf nft tnf nrnnb fb nr bf f n r nttt ftf nf tr tr rn tf rntf f rtfntb f trr ttrff fr fnrtt nrnnn nf tbtt r f tt nrb r bf nff tfnn rtfft rbttn r n nnffn rb rt fnt ffnr nnb bnrr trn fr fn r tftr ffb rnrrt rnfr frtb rtftf tfrtf rrr b brn rrnr f tbnn tr ft rtnt nfrnr nnttn ffrnt rtnttnb tf rrtn f tf nr fbf ttf tftn r br t f frt rb f ntb fr r ftn tfn rn nrb rtftt rntt nn rnnb rtftf frttn nf rrnr nn ffrtn n ffbrtft n tnn rnn rftt nr n rb rtbf rrtf rtff frrtf rrttnf nf trb ftnr nrtfn tfbtt rntf tb nn f r rnnf nr rf f nfnr rtf tnn brtf rtt r ffrr r frntnttnb rnr rr rf nf ffr nrbr nr rf f ntnt fnt nnb rtft nfn rb rttr nnfrn btt rnn rtnt ft t tn n rb fft f nn f f ffb fbf f ff bn bf b f ff f fn ffr rf tf nr t t nr fnb nfr tf tftt nf nn rrb f fnrf nrbf nrf b rtft ff ftf fnb b f bfn rfb r rtf r tb f rrn ftt rbn nfrnrt tf nrtf fr rtf r r ftb tf fnf rrtf rb f nrfnr ntb tt t ft rb f b f bn r b ff nr rf fttf nb rntnf nfrtn t nfn ffrnf nfn rbr tf f fnttff t rfnn f ftnrb t tff ttttb tt rtff rnf rtfrff rnfnf rtr tnf tbt rrff ff ttfb rfrrnt bt frnt rft rffntfbfntr f rntfnffnrbf nffn rtnnffnfb ffnnnnfnb nnnnff nfnfbnnnnff rnnfrtfnnnf fnbnfnn ffnfnbfnnnffn bffnnntnf fffnbfnnn fbr ffn rfrrnt f bt frntff rft rnt ffbnfnf nnnbffnnnnnnnn rt fffnnfnnntn fn rnnfrt fffff

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rf rf n tbt tnnf ff tf t fff f ft ft rrfnt b r n rtt f r ffr f rt tb nft f t ffr ftt btnt bnrff tnn tn ttn tf nf tbnr fnft tb ff tr rf tnnbbn b br f f tbn tnnrn fbbbf b fn tfb fbnn ff nbbn f btr trtbtr ff bt tnntnnnr f ftn tnn rn r ff rb t t rr tf tr t r r rrf fbf tt tf ttf fbf ff f nbn b f fff fn t tf t n fn tnn ff ntn bnr ttrtfbb bntf nf ttf t fb tfn fb nff b btf tbnt ff tnn trf r rtr r rrrf fn tft b fftn fn f fbbf t tt tbn tfbn ft f ttftt nnb ft fbt ntnt bttn tt tnn nf bt ftn ftbb ntnf ftn f b rrfnt b r ftnn ttf tfr tntbn tft tnn tt ft ff fr t ft bnf ff ff tf tnt ff tn tn tb tt f tt t bt bft ntrf tntt n tnnrfb tf tnt tntfr f ff fb nf t rn r ff rb t t rr tf tr t r r rrf fbn fb ntr tf tf b ffbt f f tn fb nt f tn f t tf t n fn b ff f nbff tnbr ftf f trf r rt r rrrr f t nnt tnn tt f tb b ff tntf t nt bn ft fnf nf tt bf rf nt btrttfbt rffntbnff brffnbfnf nfntf rrnnfbffffnfnn nrfffntbffn fnnftfbnnff n trrtftfbtnbnn fnnfnfnnnfnfbb nfnn rf fnn nt btrttfbt n brf nfn fbb rr nnnfnnf tfnnffnnf nf trrtftfbt ffnnff bffnnnbbfnfbfbb rfnr t b tb b

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rfrr rf r f n nrtb nnt bn tnrtn tn ntn tbr fntnn n bf tnt ftn ntn bffn frtt tb fnnbtrn rtnr r r bnn r ntb ffft t fbfb f ft f f f nrf nn n rntn ttrfnn ntn ttr bn nff ttfb f b nnr tbrn tnf fb nfft n tnnrtb tnt f rn tt f rtbt nn tnff tn ttrn rff rnbfbnn tt tn nbt nt ftn tnr ft n n btn nt btn t rn rb nn rt tfrt nnnbnt rf btnn n trn nrtb ft rtbr nn bn t tt fb ntf rn ttnn rrtt t ffn n tbn n b t ftn nftnr nn n rttt btt b rtn trr n f rft t n ftt t bnrt bnttb nn fb bb ftt bt nf ntfb ntb tn b n f rf nfn ft nbn fb fft nrtt f n ttt tttf bfb tt rt tttffn tn tnf nb r n rftn rttnt nft ttn fff nnt fff t n f rf t t tnrf brt ttb ttbb fft bntn btbt ttb f rf f fbt tnr fttftnr b tt ttttf bf btt ffb tnrb rtb fnt frt rf tffft tb nf fn nb nrn fftr nfb n rbn f f f nrbn ttt bnb nt t b btfft b n ft ttt nb f tt ff nr bfft nf nnnn brt n fft rf ntr rf nf tnnbnrtnf frffntbf fbftf fftn tbr bffb n nf ff rf nf tnnbnrtnftf f fbf trf ttbf ftttt nnt bft tftf nbnrnrtnbffn btfnfnb tftffbtf nftffb ntnb nn fnnfn rf nf nbnrtnf f rf trfftft bf fftfbf tr ff fbt trtb fnftb rrb ftn rf tnnbnrtnfn nf fffbrtntb f trf ff ntbtfnt ntfbnt tf fttb fbnt tffff ttf nbnrnrtnbf

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rf r rf rfn rn trb rttt tttrr tt bb rb tr r rttt b rt rn btt b tr ttt t ttt r ntfbf ttbf ft t tbt tn t tr n tt r bttt t tn t tt trttr ttrnnr tt tr rt trtt t tr t rtt tn b tbtn ttb b f rtnn ttt tt r br btt ttt nr rt tt rrt tbbb btn t rtr ttt bt tr ttr t n trtntrt tt ttrt rb n tt ttt tbtt trttn rr ntrt t rf t bbn bn ttrt nt tt btb rttb t t t r rttr nbr tr ttt bt ntrt tb ntfbf ttbf ft t rtt bn t tt b bt r bb t ttbn brtb rbtt bn t ttttt tt t bn tnn ttb trt t btt tr r f btt r rtttn trtt bb b tn btt brtt t rt btr t trtt tt t ttr tttb rt nb ttt rt rb r r fr ntbr rrfntnbbbb br ftbtt fbtb trbf ttr nr r fr tbr rbfbr brt tr ttrt bfttt rrfn tbt rfntfbrfrfntbr r rrnnr rnf frtrt ffrrrnn rf rntfrbt b fnr ftrfn rnrfntnn nnrrnrfn nnrrnnnn nnrrnnn nnrrn nnrrnr nnrrnn nnnr nnnrrn nrn nrfn nrrf nrrnf nrn nnnnffrnn rtnrnnnnn rtnrrnfnrf nrrnn nrrnnn rrrfr rrrffrnfrnfnnr

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The Sun Classified-Section A Page 2E/N/C/Vads.yoursun.netSaturday, October 27, 2012 T his weeks column is very different compared with articles in the past. The unusual Camaro Synergy Green Metallic colored three-wheel, motorcycle-based, hand-built pickup truck is the result of much money and two years of labor by Port Charlotte r esident Allan D. Francis, plus support from his wife, Kar en. The idea for this machine came to Allan a few years ago when he saw one on eBay and thought to himself, I can make one like that only better. Building or modifying old cars and trucks was something the former 30-year employee of the Delco Kokomo, Ind., division of General Motors had done several times. W ith that experience and w hat Karen, also a 30-year r etiree from GM, says about him having a great imagination, at age 65 the project began with a custom chassis, creating a 113-inch w heelbase. From there, the special front suspension w as fabricated with all new metal and heavy duty everything because it was to be driven, not just to look at. An excellent 2003 Harley 96-cubic-inch engine turning out 86 horsepower and a five-speed transmission was attached to the back. All controls, floor boards, dash, top support posts, as well as th e top, all had to be specially designed and fitted along with the side rails. The pickups metal box above the motor is strong and capable of carrying a real load, which it has done accordingly when needed. The like-new seats were purchased off Craigslist and fit perfect after completion. I ts exhaust system with the fancy chrome mufflers that produce the famous H.D. sound is icing on the cake. Flor ida MVA approved of its design, sturdy (1,340 pounds) quality construction, then allowed this unique machine to be titled as a motorcycle capable of operating up to any legal speed, even I-75. Allan said Bob and Sylvia, o wners of Thunder Action Cy cle, and Earl Knight of Arcadia, who did the welding, were instrumental in helping with information, parts and encouragement from start to finish. It makes Lee and I happy to be able to report about this sort of thing, where owners voluntarily give credit to others. Some personal information Allan shared with me was growing up as kid he often hung around, then worked at his parents baitand-tackle shop learning how to fix things. After they retired and moved to Florida, he and his wife operated such a business themselves until they too could have a new house built on a lot, which was bought in 1991 while visiting his mother and father. Both Allan and Karen told us they are happy full-timers with no plans of moving back to the cold-weather climate. Wa tch for this rare machine with him behind the wheel motoring around Charlotte Co unty, grinning as he goes on his way! The other handcrafted pickup is somewhat of a scaled-down model of a re al big over-the-road 1974 Ken worth tractor. As the title said, this project from start to finish took 10 years of full/part time labor of its ow ner/builder, Don Berube, a snowbird from Hooksett, N.H., north of Manchester. There, he and his wife of 49 years, Gaetanne, worked side by side operating a truck accessory company for 28 years, retiring in 2007. Now their two sons, Richard and Don Jr., manage this we ll-known business with some help from the grandchildren. Dons hobby has always been old cars and trucks, having many over his 70 years. Cu rrently, a fully r estored 1956 Peterbilt tractor is a keeper, as is this scaled down Kenworth P.U., with both to be passed on to family members someday. Hi s first car was a 1949 Fo rd and in trucks it was a 1948 Ford. The reason for making the featured Ken worth was to have a uniquely different style heavy-duty pickup that looks like an original-size one and could be used r egularly. He gave me permission to use the exact wording of its specification sign: KW 900A Pick-up. 1974 KW cab-hood by Frank Conway; 1986 Chevy bed-1980 P-30 Chevy frame; engine 1SB Cu mmings 5.9; transmission Chevy 4L80E; Chevy 3/4 ton Rear End;air ride front and rear suspension; air over Hydraulic Brakes; genuine leather custom interior; body work by Jerry Ve rv ille;paint by Lines By Pa t/Pat Maurais. This truck will be on the 2013 Dupont Refi nish Calendar. This is not a Trailer Queen It is driven everywhere! 10,000 miles the first year. Design, fabrication and mechanical work by Don Berube and Sons. The part about it being driven is for real; he personally drove it south several w eeks ago to their North Fo rt My ers winter home without a problem. Check it out monthly at the regular M uscle Car City events and Punta Go rda Home D epot Crui se In. D on Royston is president and co-founder of the Veteran Mo tor Car Club of Americ a, SW Florida Region, and may be reached at 941-575-0202, or leekr42@ embarqmail.com. Tw o home-built pickups: O ne took two years, the other 10 C OMING UP Today: 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Home Depot and the Veteran Motor Car Club of America Last Saturday of Month O pen Cruise In, 3491 Tamiami Trail & Burnt Store Road, Punta Gorda. No preregistration, free coffee, donuts and OJ to all drivers first half-hour. Door prizes, 50/50 drawing. For more information 941-626-9359. Today: 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., AACA Car Club is holding its annual show formerly held in Gilchrist Park now at Muscle C ar City, 3811 Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda, featuring a Halloween theme. Many vehicles of all types are expected to be on display. The museum, diner, gift, parts department and Car Corral will extend their hours for attendees. Information, 941-575-5959. Sunday, October 28, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., Muscle Car City 3811 Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda Last Sunday of month Au to Fl ea Market and Car Corral, free booth space for auto related vendors only, DJ music by Toms Traveling Tunes. Fr ee to the public for Diner, Memorabilia Store, Speed Shop and indoor Car Corral. For more information contact Di na Modesto, Manager. Thursday, Nov. 1, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., Joe Cracker Sportsgrille, 1020 El Jobean Rd. (Rt. 776 1/4 mile west of Rt. 41) and the Veteran Motor Car Club of America invite owners of any make, model, year car or truck to attend. BOGO dinner, dine inside or under the Tiki Roof. Live music, door prizes. No pre-registration simply arrive and leave as you wish. Doug and Carol Wood are the coordinators. For more information phone 941-497-4995 or 941-575-0202. Saturday, Nov. 3, 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Veteran Motor Car Club of America will host an Open Cruise In, Towles Plaza, 2705 Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda (South of Airport Rd.) Owners of any year, make, model vehicle including stock, street, hot and rat rods, muscle, sports cars are invited to display them in a relaxed setting. Professional DJ music, no entry fee, free pastry and beverage for the first half hour to drivers, 50/50 drawing, door prizes. No need to pre-register, simply stop by! More information call 941-639-8217. Information for collector car events: Larry Day of Lee County has Cruise In and show information from Naples to Sar asota. Email him at lwnkday@aol.com to get his free email newsletter with all the details. Also, for similar but somewhat different hobby happenings log onto www.Flacarshows.com or www .musclecarcity.net. Y ou may also contact the DJs: Toms Traveling Tunes-941-240-5799 and Lance Cruisin to the Hop-941-371-1061. SUN PHOTOS BY LEE ROYSTONAllan Francis handmade truck. Allan and Karen Francis. Don Berube and his 1974 Kenworth 900A handmade pickup truck. You AutoLKnow-Don and LeeY Roystonoil

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The Sun Classified-Section A Page 4E/N/C/Vads.yoursun.netSaturday, October 27, 2012 B ig changes are in store this year for fans of the South Florida I nternational Auto Show. Mo st notably, the show ofcially has changed its name to the Miami International A uto Show, paying homage to the alluring destination it has called home for 42 years. The show will be sporting a whole new look, complete with new exhibits and interactive elements when it opens Nov. 9 for its annual 10-day ru n at the Miami Beach Conv ention Center. W e are so excited to unveil the new features of our 2012 auto show and feel the new name truly reects the culture and history of this timehonored South Beach event, show chairman Ma ri o Murgado said. Among the new exhibits planned this y ear is Eco Experience, which will educate enviro nmentally conscious customers with cuttingedge displays focused on renewa ble energy and alternative fuel vehicles. Fo r the rst time ever, showgoers will be able to experience select electric cars inside on the main-oor inside track. The redesigned show will also debut the rst-ever Topless in Mi ami exhibit presented in partnership with the So uthern Automotive M edia Association. The unique showcase will allow guests to fully experience a convertible car while never leaving the showroom oor. In additi on to the new exhibits, showgoers can also expect to see returning favorites such as M emory Lane, featuring American muscle cars, and a special exhibit showcasing classic cars from Havana. In Million Dollar Alley, visitors can fantasize about their ultimate joy toy, six-gure cars. Outside, Camp Jeep will offer test drives and put visitors behind the wheel of popular new models. A bout 40 major auto manufacturers will ll the hall with several hundred new cars, trucks, crossovers and SUVs, making this show one of Americas top ve in attendance in the country. The South Florid a Automobile De alers Association comprises more than 190 dealerships in Miam i-Dade, Broward, Palm Be ach and Monroe counties. For more information about the Miam i International A uto Show, contact sho w coordinator Cliff Ray at 305-981-1448, or the auto show website www.siautoshow.com.2012 Miami auto show gets new name, new look, 40 manufacturersDear Tom and Ray: Im an authentic Chinese citizen writing to you guys from China. Did you imagine y ou would ever have faithful listeners and readers across the Pacic? Well, y ou have at least one! I studied and worked in the U.S. for 10 years before moving my family back to China. Now I commute about 50 miles a day by car. Your Car Talk r adio-show podcast has made this routine journey bearable, and even joyful sometimes. Thank you! My question: Last week, a huge storm hit Beijing, causing serious ooding inside the city. One man r eportedly drove his SUV under an underpass, and got trapped under 10 feet of water. Realizing that his car windows and doors were all stuck (or locked), he desperately tried to crack a window to escape. Meanwhile, he called his wife, asking her to come and rescue him with a hammer. Sadly, after spending about 40 minutes inside the car, he still could not break the window. When his wife arrived, it was too late. Of course, shame on the governments infrastructure system. But I wonder what advice you would offer to anyone who nds himself in this sort of situation. You may think it is an uncommon scenario, but who can exclude the possibility that a disgruntled husband, like myself, desperately annoyed by his wife, may want to terminate his life by driving his car into a lake? And when he is already in the water, he realizes he forgot to turn off the rice cooker, and suddenly needs to get out? Thanks! Yang T OM: Thats why we always say make sure you double-check the rice cooker before leaving the house, Yang. RAY: A ctually, this kind of accident, where a car ends up under or largely under water can happen anywhere. So heres what you need to know in case it happens to you. T OM: Fir st, the window is a better option than the door. Theres a huge amount of pressure against the outside of the door from the surrounding water, so its very, very hard to push open a door. RAY: S econd, on many cars, power windows will continue to work for at least a short time after a car has been submerged. So S tep 1 is to take a deep breath and try to open your window immediately. If you have passengers, make sure theyre all conscious and free of their seatbelts before letting water ood in. T OM: In case the power windows do not work, then you should keep a tool in the glove box that yo u can use to break a window. Car windows are hard to break. Ma nufacturers dont want them to break easily, or theyd be breaking all the time when they get hit by ro ad debris. RAY: Car gl ass also is tempered, which means its been specially manufactured to be harder to break. And when it does break, its supposed to shatter into small, non-sharp pieces. Thats so that in the event of an accident, there are no shards or dangerous glass spears that can injure the cars occupants. T OM: The way you break tempered glass is with a sharp, pointed object. A hammer, along with something like an awl or nail set will sufce. Or there are special small, pointy hammers made just for breaking car windows in an emergency. So its a good idea to keep something like that in your glove box. RAY: If you nd yourself stuck without such a tool, yo ur best bet probably is using your feet and trying to push out the windshield or rear window. Ne ither of those is set in tracks, like the side windows, and they may be easier to dislodge than the windows in the your cars doors. T OM: B ut our best advice is to be very careful around water. Its hard to know how deep a puddle is before driving into it. So if you do encounter a puddle of unknown depth, proceed very, very slowly, and stop if necessary. Or even better, wait until some other knucklehead goes through it and see if he makes it rst. Good luck, Yang! Gas-can spout in gas tank can be left aloneD ear Tom and Ray: I have a 1964 Mercedes 230 SL. While I was adding gas, the detachable plastic spout from a ve-gallon gas can fell into my cars gas tank. I asked our mechanic how to nd and r emove the spout; he said Id have to empty the tank and hed have to remove the entire tank from the car. This option seems expensive and like overkill to me. Do you know of some kind of grabber with a camera or light that can be used to nd the spout and remove it? Or do you have any other suggestions? Thank you for any help you can give. Cathy T OM: Ye s. My suggestion would be to forget all about it. I dont think its going to hurt anything. RAY: I agree. Its obviously not going to dissolve in the tank. How do we know that? It used to be part of a gas can. T OM: It s probably just going to oat around in there, so it wont block anything. After all, its open at both ends, so any gasoline that gets into one end will ow out the other. RAY: And its unlikely to interfere with the pickup at the bottom of the tank where the gasoline gets pumped out. So Id pretend it never happened. T OM: And if it does create a problem someday, deal with it then. By that time, if that day ever comes, you may have already traded up for a Get more Click and Clack in their new book, A sk Click and Clack: Answ ers from Car Talk. Got a question about cars? Wr ite to Click and Clack in care of this newspaper, or email them by visiting the Car Talk website at www.cartalk.com.What to do if you find yourself in too deepWhat a great w eekend for a car show. Muscle C ar City had its monthly car show Saturday with some fantastic weather. Se veral new car nuts came, so I guess the invasion of snowbirds is on its way. T om, from Toms Tr aveling Tunes, said he is getting very busy with car shows, and Rick Treworgy, o wner of Muscle Car City, said he notices an upswing of cars attending the car shows. Nick, from Nicks C ustom Trim in Port Charlotte, said he too is noticing more activity in his shop. Welcome back car nuts. I would like to thank Da ve DAmore of the M uscle Car City parts department for opening a brand new carburetor box so I could see what type of gasket I needed for my carburetor and helping get the right parts I needed. T wo local AACA senior master judges, Ruth and Henry Wagley, just r eturned home from H ershey, Pa., where they participated in the judging for a National AACA meet. They have been judging cars for over 20 years. Both judge the Little Birds, 1955 to 1957 T-birds. Henry had the opportunity to see two unusual cars, the Br ewster and the Muntz. The Brewster was a coach company that started in 1810. In the early 1900s it made the body for the Rolls Royce in the U.S. In the Depression era, it partnered with Ford and made the Brewster-Ford, using some body parts of the Rolls Royce. The Br ewster Co. went bankr upt in 1935. Earl Mad Man Muntz created the Muntz Jet in the early 1950s. Only 400 were ma de. The company lost over $1,000 on each car it made and went bankrupt. Muntz started the phrase I want to give them away, but Mrs. Mun tz wont let me. Sh e s craaazy! I buy em r etail, sell em wholesale more fun that way! You too can be a wealthy pedestrian! Just sound your horn we pay by ear! You might remember him from the TVs he made and the four-track player. He went bro ke on every project he started. Several months ago, Dave it is what it is Will iams was trying to come up with a solution to remove the bugs off our cars easier. So I spent $20 and brought several bottles of bug remover. W ell, none of them worked, even his bug remover wi ndshield washer product. So, I went to an expert, the Internet. I found a product that if applied properly makes bug removal easy. I should try and make a few dollars on what I found, but because Im a nice guy Ill let you in on what I found. Good old paste wax. I found an old can of Turtle Wax and applied several coats to my wifes white car. After she and Marsha Walton took a trip to the mall that sells those expensive purses, the car was full of dead bugs. The dead bugs came right off with no effort at all. The hard part was the windshield. Thats my next project. No, that stuff you buy to keep the rain off does not work. All it does is mess up the wipers. Thats another story. Fo r those of you who would like to see the vehicles that Fluuuke and L uuuke drive, check out the pictures. As far as a picture of them, I think it would be too scary. Lots of car shows going on. Check the Sun newspaper each day to see whats going on. O ther websites: www.hrh.com; www.acarshows.com; www.carshownews.com/ national/FL.htm; www.oridacarclubs. com/html/showsbydate. html.Email: Danny G. at lugnuts@gmx.com.T raffic getting heavy at car shows Luuukes ride. Fluuukes ride. PHOTOS PROVIDEDMuscle Car City Car Show. y. .CLICK and CLACKTALK CARSby Tom & Ray MagllozziBecause anyone who owns a carneeds a laugh twice a week.

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$20M bond in works


By GREG GILES
NEWS EDITOR

Venice City Council
this week approved on
first reading the sale of
$20 million in revenue
bonds to pay for utility
infrastructure improve-
ment projects over the
next three years.
It's been a decade since
the last time the city
adopted such an ambi-
tious capital improve-
ment projects plan.
The revenue bonds,
which will be paid off
over a 30-year period,


were approved unani-
mously. Final reading is
Nov. 7.
Timing is critical, as
council seeks to take
advantage of all-time-low
interests rates before
year's end.
"The bond market
interest rate is so cheap,"
said Council Member Bob
Daniels, "that we refi-
nanced two times already
into a lower interest rate.
It's a good place to go
now to borrow money."
Utilities Director Len
Bramble has been warn-
ing city leaders ever since


he got here about eight
years ago about the poor
condition of the city's
utilities, and the need for
a CIP program. Planning
for such a program was
initiated under former
mayor Ed Martin.
It's been a high priority
on current Mayor John
Holic's "get it done" list.
"The city has been
waiting for this a long
time," said Bramble, "not
unlike other utilities that
deferred a lot of things
that probably should
have been done.
"All that diversion does


catch up with you in a big
way."
The bonds will be
repaid from the depart-
ment's enterprise fund
and planned annual user
fee increases.
It does not require a
referendum. Nor will it
require additional taxes.
Technically, the
resolution adopted by
city council allows up
to $25 million in bonds,
but Bramble said the
city's aim is to cap it at
$20 million.

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Honore extension a year off


By ROGER BUTTON
BUISNEWS COLUMNIST
The traffic jams that
occurred after the
50-car pileup on 1-75 a
few weeks ago showed
the urgent need for an
additional north-south
relief road in the area.
An extension of Honore
Avenue is that road, and
would have relieved those
problems if it had been
in place.
The good news from
Sarasota County Public
Works this week is that
construction is projected
to begin next fall on the
final extension of Honore
Avenue, from State Road
681, the Venice connector,
to Laurel Road. Vinod
Sancheti, project man-
ager, said the project, tar-
geted for completion in
spring 2015, will include a
signalized intersection at
S.R. 681.
Bidding on the project
is planned to be adver-
tised in early summer of


2013, with the construc-
tion contract awarded in
early fall.
The interstate widen-
ing project completed
this summer included
the relocation of the
southbound lanes north
of the Laurel Road exit.
The original southbound
lanes will be incorpo-
rated into the Honore
Avenue extension. The
outer two lanes will be
built in the right of way,
he said.
Part of the road work,
from S.R. 681 south to Fox
Creek Canal, was installed
in 2010. With completion
of the final piece, Honore
Avenue will provide the
needed link between
Laurel Road and S.R. 681
on the west side of 1-75 to
Sarasota and beyond, said
Sancheti.
Changes at the Laurel
Road intersection will
include new signal poles
at four corners. There
will be two left-turn, two


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increased to 45 mph for
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VFD fights cancer

City of Venice and Venice Regional Medical Center
employees show off their cancer awareness T-shirts Friday
at Fire Station No. 1. Lt. Frank Giddens presented a check
for $4,158 to VRMC staff on behalf of the Venice Fire
Fighters' Benevolent Fund. The proceeds will be used for
breast cancer awareness and to provide mammograms for
women who can't afford them.



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By PEGGY ISPHORDING
GUEST WRITER

During the past
three years I have
been diagnosed with
and treated for breast
cancer twice. I dealt
with each occurrence
differently.
In the beginning,
I can only say that I
was devastated when
the phone call came
from my surgeon to tell
me the results of the
biopsy I had under-
gone were positive and
a surgical procedure
would be necessary.
Fortunately, there
was a chair close by. I
collapsed into it and
began to weep. The
surgeon's voice came
across the wire: "Don't
get all weepy on me
... you're not the only
woman who has breast
cancer."
While that wasn't


exactly the attitude I
expected, he was right.
I decided then and
there, no more tears for
me.
After a discussion
with my husband,
Roger, we decided to
keep this very private
and only talked to
family and a few very
close friends. That
worked for us because
this first go-round I
only had a lumpec-
tomy and everything
was fine. Radiation
was prescribed and
I did well with the
treatments. I know
from conversations
and various articles
that radiation can
be troublesome and
very painful for some
women. Luckily, not
for me.
It seemed that my
way of dealing with


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National Park in the Kalahari Desert in Botswana. The photo
was taken in June, not long after her breast cancer surgery.


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The Saturday Morning Walkabout Group has walked
a total of more than 19,000 miles since its formation
in 2005.

Health and

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By MONTY ANDREWS
GUEST WRITER
After last Saturday's early morning rain
shower cleared out and cool breezes fol-
lowed, the Saturday Morning Walkabout
Group met at Volunteer Park to celebrate
having walked a cumulative 19,000 miles
since the group was organized in 2005.
That morning was a little different, however.
Under a beautiful rainbow, the group received
encouraging words from Venice Mayor John
Holic. The mayor stated that he is continually
surprised by the number of unheralded activi-
ties, such as this walking group, that are being
held in the community. He encouraged the
walkers to keep an active lifestyle, and hoped
that more people get interested in walking.
After posing for a group photo, the walkers em-
barked on their regular 21/2-mile walk This mom-
ing was different, though, in that at the midpoint
of the walk we stopped off at Grace United
Methodist Church and enjoyed a sumptuous
breakfast to celebrate our accomplishment.
For nearly eight years the group has met at
Volunteer Park located across the street east of
Gulf Coast Community Foundation, at 8 a.m each
Saturday. Sound like something you might enjoy?
Interested walkers are always welcome to join us.
Walk for your health and enjoyment.


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COMPILED BY
GREG GILES, NEWS EDITOR
Venice City Council took
the following action Oct. 23:
Approved the following
appointments reap-
pointed Jon Barrick to the
Architectural Review Board,
to serve a term from Nov. 1
to Oct. 31, 2015; reappoint-
ed Linda Kenfield to the
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Nov. 1 to Oct. 31, 2015;
reappointed Ernest Skinner
to the Police Pension Board
of Trustees, to serve a term
from Nov. 1 to Oct. 31, 2014;
reappointed Victoria Miller
to the Public Art Advisory
Board, to serve a term from
Nov. 1 to Oct. 31, 2015; and
reappointed George Barr
and Aundria Castleberry
to the Venice Housing
Authority, to serve terms
from Nov. 1 to Oct. 31, 2016.
Gave consent to a
proposed sublease between
Tristate Aviation Group of
Florida LLC and Volatus
Holdings LLC, for a
portion of the building at
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aviation purposes.
Approved a proposed
worker compensation
settlement with Phil Phillips
in exchange for a general
release of all claims.
Executed the guaran-
teed maximum design/
build contract with
MacKenzie/Stantec in the
Amount of $4.9 million for
construction of the North/
South Connector Road east
of Interstate 75, to connect
Laurel Road and Border
Road.
Approved a utilities
work assignment for
Arcadis in the amount of
$32,110 for Eastside Water
Reclamation Facility basin
repair.
Accepted a grant for


$3,500 from Gulf Coast
Community Foundation for
the Classroom and Cops
Program.
Directed staff to prepare
a resolution supporting the
name change from Hatchett
Creek Bridge to KMI Bridge.
Approved ordinance
2012-26 on first reading,
amending the 2011-12 city
budget to increase the total
sources and total uses of
funds by $3 million.
Reached consensus that
Council Member Emilio
Carlesimo work with staff
to develop a policy and
procedures manual for
council members.
Motion failed that the
city attorney prepare a file
of all open cases.


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CORRECTIONS
The headline of an Oct. 24 article should have read "City talks new attorney," not "City talks to new
attorney."The city of Venice is mulling a search process to fill the city attorney position, which is being
vacated by Bob Anderson, who announced plans to retire in March 2013.
An Oct. 24 article on the possibility of the city of Venice taking over maintenance responsibility of
certain Sarasota County roads incorrectly stated the county roads were annexed. Adjacent enclave
properties were annexed in 2002, not the roads.
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Lowdown on early voting I OBITUARIES


By CHRISTY FEINBERG J
SENIOR WRITER
Early voting begins Saturday, and if the 83, ol
last presidential election is any indication, Monc
an estimated 30 percent of voters will take
advantage of the flexibility early voting offers.
Early voting locations are offered at a ',
variety of places in Sarasota County.
Following are some helpful tips for those
voting early this year: and w
Amer
What do I need to bring to vote? survive
Identification that includes your photo and of 56'
signature. Examples include a Florida driver daugi
license, U.S. passport, military identification, grand
student identification, etc. Ryan
Boyd;
I live in South Sarasota County. Where can Ser
I vote early? celeb
At the Supervisor of Elections Offices: held
4000 South Tamiami Trail, Venice, and 13640 Nov.
Tamiami Trail, North Port. Park,
If you are elsewhere in Sarasota County, Trail,
you can also vote at these locations: guest
Supervisor of Elections Office, 2001 robar
Adams Lane, Sarasota.
North County Library, 2801 Newtown Go
Blvd., Sarasota.
Fruitville Library, 100 Cobum Road, Sarasota. Gor
Gulf Gate Library, 7112 Curtiss Ave., Sarasota. passe
Oct. 1
What are some demographics of Sarasota
County voters?
39.03 percent are 65 and older.
11.5 percent are younger than 30.
43.94 percent are registered Republicans;
31.69 percent are registered Democrats.
512 voters are registered as Libertarians;
259 voters are registered with the Green
Party of Florida; 14 are registered with the
Tea Party of Florida; and five voters are Ruth
registered with the Florida Pirate Party. receive
ate de
How many people in the state voted early Michi
during the last presidential election? 1954;
There were 2,661,672 people who voted early MBA
during the 2008 General Election. There were In 1
3,839,184 people who voted on Election Day, high
and 1,850,502 who voted by absentee ballot. Joanr
Information provided by the Supervisor begar
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nes Alexander Boyd,
fVenice, passed away
lay, Oct. 22, 2012.
He was born
... March 22, 1929.
;': He was a U.S.
Army veteran of
the Korean War
vas a member of the
ican Legion. James is
red by his beloved wife
years, Emily "Lee";
hter, Leeann Putney;
children, Adam and
Putney; brother, Bob
and sister, Jean Bramer.
rvices: A gathering to
rate his life will be
at 2 p.m. Saturday,
3, at Venice Bay Adult
600 North Tamiami
Venice. Sign the
book at www.palms
tsfuneralhome.com.

irdon J. Curnow
don James Curnow
d away peacefully Friday,
9, 2012, following a cou-
rageous battle
with leukemia.
Bom Feb. 27,
S1932, in Port
-,- Huron, Mich.,
S Gordon was
the oldest
child of
Gordon and L.
(Burgett) Curnow. He
red his undergradu-
egree in finance from
igan State University in
and later completed his
at University of Detroit.
1954, he married his
school sweetheart,
te L. Howse, and
n his career at General
rs. During his 40 years
neral Motors, Gordon


worked for Fisher Body,
served as plant comptroller
and coordinated informa-
tion systems for the General
Motors account with EDS.
After retirement, Gordon
and Joanne divided their
time between Venice and
Traverse City, Mich., in an
attempt to avoid winter and
play golf all year long.
Gordon will be remem-
bered for his strong faith, his
lifetime involvement in his
local church, his dedication
to his family and his passion
for Michigan State athletics.
An avid golfer, Gordon rarely
missed the opportunity to
play golf and was continually
striving to perfect his swing.
He also loved to travel and
took many wonderful trips
with his family.
Gordon is survived by his
wife of 58 years, Joanne L.
Cumow; his daughter, Loralee
(Rex) Sprunger, and two
grandsons, Eric and Matthew
Sprunger, all of Boeme, Texas;
his sister, Ann (Doug) Hanton
of Ann Arbor, Mich.; his
brother, John (Nancy) Cumow
of Rochester, Mich.; and
several nieces and nephews.
Gordon was preceded in
death by his parents.
Services: A memorial ser-
vice for the family will be held
in Michigan at a later time.
Contributions: Memorials
may be made in Gordon's
honor to Christ United
Methodist Church, 1475
Center Road, Venice FL 34292.

Thomas O.
Edmondson
Thomas Osborn
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following a long illness.
He is survived by his
wife of 58 years, Meredith
(Senterfit); four
.children and their
', ..r; spouses, Melissa
Bausman (Cooke),
Brian Edmondson
(Nancy), Brad Edmondson
(Tatiana) and Michael
Edmondson (Jennifer); five
grandchildren; and a brother,
John, of Sunrise, Fla.
Tomwas bor March 18,
1929, in Bronxville, N.Y, and
raised on farms in Granger
Township, Ohio, (1934-41)
and Culpeper, Va. In 1947,
the family moved to Sarasota
and Tonms father, George
M. Edmondson Jr., estab-
lished Edmondson Farms
in Nokomis. Tom attended
Stetson University, and served
in the Air Force. After return-
ing from the service, Tom
and his brother Bill managed


Edmondson Farms Dairy
until the mid 1970s. Tom then
began a radio career atWAMR
Venice, serving as the host of
the morning "Digest" program
from 1978 until his retirement
in 1994. Tom played in several
local bands and hosted dances
at the Venice Community
Center from 1974 until 1999.
Torrs many friends will also
cherish memories of his jovial
sense of humor and fondness
for good company. He was a
Christian and a constitutional-
ist with a keen interest in pre-
serving individual liberty. He
served as regional coordinator
for the John Birch Society from
1963 until his retirement and
was active in the cause until
his death. John McManus,
president of the John Birch
Society, said, 'America has lost
one of its finest sons."
Services: Services will be
private.


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OCTOBER 27, 2012 WEEKEND EDITION


Convicted felon pulls gun during pursuit


A purse snatcher who
pulled a gun on a man
chasing him was caught
Thursday
evening.
According
to a
Sarasota
Police
Department
report:
Nicholas
RENTSCHLER Nicholas
AR Rentschler,
of Nokomis, ran up
to a couple in a park-
ing lot near a Sarasota
restaurant, grabbed the
woman's purse and ran.
When the female's
companion caught up
to the purse snatcher,
Rentschler allegedly
pulled out a handgun
and pointed it at his
pursuer's head. No shots
were fired. The pursuer
returned to the restau-
rant and called 911.
As police searched
the area for the sus-
pect, officers received
information from one
of the victim's friends,
who said the suspect
was possibly in the
nearby area on a bi-
cycle. Officers went to a
Fruitville Road address
provided by the victim's
friend, where they
spoke with Rentschler.
The victims were
brought to the scene and
identified Rentschler as
the man who snatched
the purse and pulled out
the gun.
At the station, officers
learned Rentschler
had previous felony
convictions in Florida.
In the interview room
Rentschler began
screaming and slam-
ming his head into the
wall. He continued to
harass and yell obsceni-
ties at officers, threaten-
ing them with bodily
harm.
Rentschler, 21,
400 block Olive Ave.,


I POLICE BEAT
The information for Police Beat is gathered from police, sheriff's office, Florida Highway
Patrol, jail and fire records. Not every arrest leads to a conviction. Guilt is determined by the
courtsystem.


Nokomis, was charged
with robbery with
firearm, possession of a
weapon by a convicted
Florida felon and dis-
playing a firearm during
a felony. Bond was not
available.

Sex
offender






SUTHERLAND Sutherland,
27, 212 N.
Ravenna St., Nokomis.

Felony sweep
nabs 236
The Sarasota County
Sheriff's Office re-
cently participated in
an initiative to remove
wanted felons from the
community.
"Operation Felon
Sweep" combined the
efforts of 44 sheriff's
offices statewide and
focused on arresting
violent felons and
felons with outstanding
warrants.
The Sarasota County
Sheriff's Office con-
ducted this agencywide
operation from Sept. 28
to Oct. 21, resulting in
236 felony arrests, 91
probable-cause arrests
and the service of an
additional 152 felony
warrants.
"We are proud to
announce these results
in conjunction with
this statewide initiative,
but this is work that
we do each and every
day," said Sheriff Tom
Knight. "Sarasota County


is fortunate that there
is little violent crime
here, but it is important
to make sure citizens
see these numbers and
understand that our con-
stant focus is on keeping
them safe."
Some of the offenders
arrested during the felon
sweep included child
abusers, sex offenders
and others wanted for
domestic violence and
drug-related crimes.

Venice Police
Department
arrests
Teodoro
Guzmannieri, 26, 1000
block Hope St., Venice.
Charge: driving without a
license. Bond: $120.
Sheila Renee
Casertano, 37, 2800 block
Venice Ave., Venice.
Charge: petit larceny.
Bond: $5,000.

Sarasota
County Sheriff's
Office arrests
Julio Barreto, 60,
100 block Kenwood
Ave., Nokomis. Charge:
trespassing. Bond: $250.
Seth Manning-Harris,
32, Motel 6, Venice.
Charges: DUI, refusal
to submit to DUI test.
Bond: $750.
Elden Frank Hooper,
43, 300 block Base Ave.,
Venice. Charge: Brevard
County warrant (pa-
role violation). Bond:
$1,000.
Joshua Rhys Jansson,
31, 900 block Kimball
Road, Venice. Charge:
battery. Bond: $750.
Randy Tristannoel
Crosby, 27, 300 block


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Charges: burglary,
larceny. Bond: $76,000.
Chadwick Paul
Earnest, 30, 900 block
Lucille Ave., Nokomis.
Charges: driving while
license suspended
or revoked, failure to
register a motor vehicle.
Bond: $240.
Kyle Riley, 24, home-
less. Charge: contempt
(original charge: prohib-
ited activities within a
park). Bond: $50.
Anthony James Rae
Brown, 19, 300 block
Patterson Ave., Osprey.
Charge: burglary. Bond:
$7,500.
Erin Dailey, 46, 400
block Bellini Circle,


Nokomis. Charge: DUI
with person under 18.
Bond: $1,500.
Ismael Torrestorales,
25, 200 block Hammock
Terrace, Venice. Charge:
Charlotte County war-
rant (parole violation).
Bond: $850.
Sabrina Lynn
Mason, 37, 600 block
Sugarwood Terrace,
Venice. Charges: two
counts of the sale of
methamphetamine,
drug sale within
1,000 feet of a place of
worship or business.
Bond: $45,000.
Frank Julius, 63, 300
block Ponce de Leon,
Venice. Charge: proba-
tion violation (original


charge: DUI with prior).
Bond: $20,000.

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WEEKEND EDITION OCTOBER 27, 2012



County renews


Family Service


Center grant


By SCOTT LOCKWOOD
STAFF WRITER
The North Port Family
Service Center will be
able to continue helping
the area's less fortunate
at its current staff levels
with the Sarasota County
Commission's approval
Tuesday of a contract
to renew a $52,800
Community Development
Block Grant.
"What it does is provide
us with additional staff,
so that staff can help
more families," said
North Port Social Services
Manager Zulma Solero,
whose department
oversees the NPFSC.
The grant is part of
the 2013 action plan
approved by the commis-
sion in July that allocates
funds to support staffing
at the NPFSC, located
off OutreachWay. Staff
members funded by the
grant assist the NPFSC
with pre-screening and
case management of low-
income residents in need
of homeless prevention
services.
According to informa-
tion provided by the
county, the NPFSC serves
approximately 1,800
low-income residents
each year. This is the
third year the funding has
been allocated to support
staffing and is part of a
five-year agreement. As
part of the agreement, a
monthly report detailing
clients assisted by staff
supported with grant
funding must be given.
"It's another great ex-
ample of the partnership
we have with the city of
North Port for the benefit
of our mutual citizens,"
County Commission
Chair Christine Robinson
said. "You can't replace
something like that."
The block grant is
funded through the U.S.
Department of Housing
and Urban Development.
The agreement states
that the county does not
have to provide matching
funds.
In other business
Tuesday, the commission
authorized submitting a
grant application to the
Florida Department of
Environmental Protection
to obtain funding of
$11,176 of state funds
through the Coastal
Partnership Initiative for
the Warm Mineral Springs
Creek restoration project.
The 13-acre project
area is located on county-
managed lands along
Warm Mineral Springs in
North Port. Amy Meese,
the county's general
manager of Natural
Resources, said the goal
of the project is to remove
nuisance and invasive
species of plants and
improve the composition
of the shoreline because
debris from the invasive
species is falling into the
creek, causing sedimenta-
tion and making it less
hospitable to manatees
that use the creek.
"We want to help
people understand the
manatees, their needs
and how to live as 'shared
owners' of the land to
live cooperatively
together," Meese said.
Meese said the county
is looking at doing some
public information, such
as signs and kiosks in the


area, and planting native
plants.
The county has already
budgeted $7,500 for the
project from its land
management budget,
satisfying the matching
requirement for the
funding. The Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission has commit-
ted $1,021 in in-kind ser-
vices as part of a required
match. Meese said work
on the project should get
under way in May 2013
and should be completed
in October 2013.
Commissioners also
appointed former North
Port city commissioner
Vanessa Carusone, who
works at Tri-County
Counseling in North
Port, to fill an unexpired
term on the Planning
Commission and to a new
full term.

Email: slokwood@sun-herald.com


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SUN NEWSPAPERS 7A


How they voted:

Sarasota County

Commission

Tuesday, Oct. 23


JOE CHRISTINE NORA
BARBETTA ROBINSON PATTERSON


Authorization of the submittal of a grant applica- YES YES YES YES YES
tion to the Florida Department of Environmental
Protection to obtain funding through the Coastal
Partnership Initiative for the Warm Mineral Springs
Creek restoration project in the amount of $11,176.

Authorization of a temporary use permit to NO NO NO NO NO
Anthony and Cheri Bonasto, owners of Gumbo
Mojo, LLC, to operate a street vendor pushcart on
the public right of way adjacent to Calle Menorca
at Canal Road on Siesta Key.


Authorization of the county administrator or designee
to proceed with the processing of a proposed Compre-
hensive Plan amendment to revise the Sarasota 2050
Policy TDR 1.2 to allow the allocation of a portion of
the Transfer of Development Rights sales revenue for
costs associated with preserved land management,
pursuant to the Environmentally Sensitive Lands
Protection Program ordinance.


Approval of a contract with the Laurel Civic Asso- YES YES YES YES YES
ciation to allocate Fiscal Year 2012-13 Community
Development Block Grant funds to partially
fund two staff positions at the Sandra Sims Terry
Community Center in the amount of $45,000.


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OCTOBER 27, 2012 WEEKEND EDITION


Jobless rate continues downward trend


By GREG MARTIN
STAFF WRITER

The unemployment
rate continued to tick
down statewide and, to a
lesser degree, in Sarasota
County last month.
But the statistics mean
little to Lynne Gahagan,
manager for the Express
Employment agency.
She says the area is flush
with jobs, but many on
the unemployment rolls
are reluctant to take them,
preferring instead to live
off government supports.
She cited unemployment
checks, food stamps,
phone subsidies and a
"gasoline card" the govern-
ment gives to job seekers.
Several other area


employment-service
officials didn't entirely share
Gahagan's experience. They
point out the improve-
ments in employment can
be measured in fractions of
a percentage point.
Meanwhile, govern-
ment benefits remain
austere, with a maximum
weekly payment of $275.
"They do want to find
good jobs, and they're
reluctant to take jobs that
are not going to pay what
they need to keep their
houses," said Debbie
Guilbault, center supervi-
sor for Southwest Florida
Works, an agency that
uses federal funds to help
connect workers to jobs.
She added that the
unemployed eventually


become grateful to ac-
cept lower-paying jobs.
The experts were inter-
viewed Friday after the
Florida Department of
Economic Opportunity
released figures showing
improvements in unem-
ployment and several
other economic trends.
Consumer confidence
and housing starts also
rose last month.
Statewide, unem-
ployment dropped
from 10.4 percent in
September 2011 to
8.7 percent last month.
Sarasota County saw
its unemployment rate
decrease from 8.9 percent
in August to 8.7 percent
in September, down from
11 percent a year ago.


Express Employment
currently is working to
fill some 32 jobs in 17
businesses, according to
Gahagan. The jobs include
law office staffers, truck
drivers, movers and plumb-
ers, she said. She also
expects to post some 500
seasonal jobs this winter.
"We have more work than
we do people," she said.
'And, if you want to make
money for Christmas, I can
give any kind of retail posi-
tion known to mankind."
As a requirement for
unemployment benefits,
job seekers must apply
for five jobs per week.
They often submit
applications for Express
listings via the state's
unemployment website.


But when Gahagan
calls the seekers to offer
them jobs, "They tell
you, 'Oh, I have to meet
my quota but I'm not
interested,'" she said.
The callers tell her they'd
prefer to collect benefits.
"And then, you report
them to the unemployment
office and they don't do
anything about it," she said.
"It's a terrible story because
nobody will listen."
Bernie Neumann, general
manager of Snelling Staffing
Service, expressed skepti-
cism there's a dearth of
earnest job-seekers. He also
doubts Florida's unemploy-
ment figures. He points out
the statistics don't count
those who accepted part-
time work or gave up.


The recovery here is
going slower than other re-
gions because its economy
depends on the earnings of
northerners who come for
the winter, Neumann said.
"In Charlotte and south
Sarasota counties, so
much of our economy
is built on retirees," he
said. "We don't have the
manufacturing base, or a
'mouse house' like (Disney
World) in Orlando."
Employment is slowly
improving but still falls
short, said Carmen
Sullivan, district manager
for Kelly Services.
Skilled medical work-
ers have remained in
high demand, several
experts said.
Email: gmartin@sun-herald.om


LEGAL NOTICES


NOTICE OF ACTION NOTICE OF ACTION NOTICE TO NOTICE TO NOTICE TO NOTICE OF SALE
16 16 CREDITORS CREDITORS CREDITORS 30
20 20 20


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Twelfth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR Sarasota COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No.: 2012 DR 8125 SC
Division:
Marie L. Pascale Dorvil.
Petitioner
and
Otis R. McFarland,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DIS-
SOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: Otis R. McFarland
Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed against you
and that you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on Marie Lamencie
McFarland, whose address is
2653 S. Biscavne Dr. North Port.
FL 34287 on or before
11/14/2012, and file the original
with the clerk of this Court at
4000 S. Tamiami TrI.. Venice FL
34293, before service on Peti-
tioner or immediately thereafter.
If you fail to do so, a default
may be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the
petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, including
orders, are available at the
Clerk of the Circuit Court's
office. You may review these
documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office noti-
fied of your current address.
(You may file Notice of Cur-
rent Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.)
Future papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the address
on record at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, required certain
automatic disclosure of docu-
ments and information. Fail-
ure to comply can result in
sanctions, including dismissal
or striking of pleadings.
Dated: 10/9/12
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: C. Cullen
Deputy Clerk
KAREN E. RUSHING, CLERK
Publish: October 13, 20, 27,
November 3, 2012
339038 2796133

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWELFTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No: 2012-DR-8532-NC
Division:
DANIEL E. CASTANO VASQUEZ,
Petitioner
and
CAROL J. BUSTAMANTE MARIN,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
For Dissolution of Marriage
TO RESPONDENT:
CAROL J. BUSTAMANTE MARIN,
Last Known Address:
B/ Jesus Maria Ocamp, Mz 5 #4, Arme-
nia, Quindlo,
Colombia.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED THAT an action for
Divorce has been filed against you and
that you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on
DANIEL E. CASTANO VASQUEZ, 5217
Desoto Pkwy, Sarasota, FL 34234 on or
before November 26, 2012 and file the
original with the Clerk of this Court at
2000 Main St. Sarasota, FL 34237
before service on Petitioner or immedi-
ately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a
default may be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the peti-
tion.
Copies of all court documents in this
case, including orders, are available at
the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You
may review these documents upon
request.
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified of your current
address. (You may file Notice of Current
Address, Florida Supreme Court
Approved Family Law Form 12.915)
Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed
to the address on record at the clerk's
office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain automatic disclo-
sure of documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can result
in sanctions, including dismissal
or striking of pleadings.
Dated: October 23, 2012.
KAREN E. RUSHING
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: E. Oliva
Deputy Clerk
Venice Gondolier Sun
PUBLISH:
October 27, November, 3, 10, 17,
2012


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWELFTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2012-DR-7459-NC
IN RE: THE MATTER OF THE
TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS OR
THE PROPOSED ADOPTION OF A MINOR
CHILD:
BABY BOY ORTEGA
DOB: 09/26/12
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION AND OF PETI-
TION AND NOTICE OF
HEARING TO TERMINATE PARENTAL
RIGHTS PENDING ADOPTION
To: Tito Diomendes Ortega
Last Known Address: 15370 S.W.
302nd Avenue
Any and All Unknown Father(s)
Addresses Unknown
Respondent Tito Diomendes Ortega is a
44 year old Hispanic male, whose date of
birth is August 16, 1966 approximately
6'1", 190 Ibs., medium build, with brown
hair, brown eyes, and light complexion.
You are hereby notified that a Petition for
Termination of Parental Rights of Baby
boy Ortega born Septmeber 26, 2012 in
Homestead, Florida, was filed at the Sara-
sota County Courthouse on October 1,
2011, and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if any, on
the Petitioner's attorney, whose name
and address is Susan L. Stockham, Esq.,
4017 Swift Road, Sarasota, Florida,
34231, and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or before
November 14, 2012; otherwise a judg-
ment may be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the petition. A Petition
to Terminate Parental Rights Pending
Adoption has been filed. There will be a
hearing on the Petition to Terminate
Parental Rights Pending Adoption on
November 14, 2012, before Judge
Rochelle Curley, at the Silvertooth Jus-
tice Center, 2002 Ringling Blvd., Saraso-
ta, Florida 34237 in Courtroom 5A. The
Court has set aside five minutes for this
hearing.
UNDER SECTION 63.087(6), FLORIDA
STATUTES, FAILURE TO TIMELY FILE A
WRITTEN RESPONSE TO THIS NOTICE
AND THE PETITION WITH THE COURT
AND TO APPEAR AT THIS HEARING CON-
STITUTES GROUNDS UPON WHICH THE
COURT SHALL END ANY PARENTAL
RIGHTS YOU MAY HAVE OR ASSERT
REGARDING THE MINOR CHILD.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of said
Court on this 4h day of October, 2011.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By:J. Brandeburg
Publication Dates:
October 6, 13, 20, 27


PARA TRADUCCION DE ESTE FORMULA-
RIO AL ESPANOL LLAME A LA OFICINA DE
INTERPRETES DE LA CORTE, AL 941-
861-7400


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF
KAREN J. ALLEN
Deceased.
File No.
2012-CP-003105-NC
Division:Probate
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of KAREN J. ALLEN,
deceased, whose date of death
was July 1, 2012, is pending
in the Circuit Court for Saraso-
ta County Florida, Probate Divi-
sion, the address of which is
P.O. Box 3079, Sarasota,
FL 34230. The names and
addresses of the personal rep-
resentatives and the personal
representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent 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 October 20,
2012
Personal Representative:
JULIE FISCHBACH
13376 York Way
Thornton, CO 80241
Attorneys for Personal
Representative:
BECHTOLD & CORBRIDGE,
P.A.
240 Nokomis Avenue South
Suite 200
Venice, FL 34285
Telephone: (941) 488-7751
Florida Bar No.116573
E-Mail: tanva@bceplaw.com
PUBLISH: October 20, 27,
2012

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ANNE E. BRENNAN,
Deceased,
File No. 2012-CP-003695-SC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
ANNE E. BRENNAN, deceased, whose
date of death was April 13, 2012;
File Number 2012-CP-003695-SC, 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 representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required to be
served must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
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 INSEC-
TION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO-
BATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERI-
OD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM
FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this notice
is October 20, 2012
Co-Personal Representtives:
WILLIAM H BRENNAN, JR.
1127 Ketch Lane
Venice, FL 34285
ANNE M. BRENNAN
1662 Chapline Lane
Sarasota, Fl 34231
Mark Mazzeo,
Attorney for Co-Personal
Representatives:
E-mail:
mmazzeo@veniceelderlaw.com
Florida Bar No. 119350
4140 Woodmere Park Blvd., Suite 4
Venice, FL 34293
Telephone: (941)-408-8555
PUBLISH: October 20, 27, 2012

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 2012-CP-3765-SC
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JEANNETTE E. PEABODY
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The Administration of the estate of
JEANNETTE E. PEABODY, deceased,
whose date of death was December 29,
2010, is pending in the Circuit Court for
Sarasota County, Florida, Probate Divi-
sion, the address of which is 4000 S.
Tamiami TrI, Venice, Fl 34293. 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, including
unmatured, cotingent or unliquidated
claims, 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
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 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 October 27, 2012.
Personal Representative:
MICHAEL PEABODY
21 Elizabeth Dr.
Stow, MA 01775
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
DAVID R. CORNISH,
Attorney for
MICHAEL PEABODY


Florida Bar No. 0225924
355 W. Venice Ave.
Venice, FL 34285
Telephone: (941) 483-4246
E-Mall: davidr.cornis@verizon.net
PUBLISH: October 27, November 3,
2012

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 2012-CP-003926-SC
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ARTHUR C. KAPS
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that an
Petition for Summary Administration
is pending in the estate of ARTHUR
C. KAPS, deceased, File No. 2012-
CP-003926-SC, in the Circuit Court for
Sarasota County, Florida, Probate Divi-
sion, the address is which is 4000 S.
Tamlaml TR., Venice, Fl 34293: that the
decedent's date of death was August
11, 2012; that the total value of the
estate is $2,567.94 and that the names
and addresses of those to whom the
estate is be to assigned are:
PATRICIA A. LEAR
10162 Seagrave Dr
Fishers, IN 46037
KATHLEEN A. HOFFMAN
73Llewellyn Dr.
Sparta, NJ 07871
CHRISTOPHER A. KAPS
8704 Woodberry Ct.
Lake Worth, Fl 33467
All creditors of the estate and persons
having claims or demands against the
estate of the decedent must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
TION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE. ALL CLAIMS AND
DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTAND-
ING ANY OTHER APPICABLE TIME
PERIOD, 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 October 20, 2012
Persons Giving Notice
PATRICIA A. LEAR
10162 Seagrave Dr
Fishers, IN 46037
KATHLEEN A. HOFFMAN
73Llewellyn Dr.
Sparta, NJ 07871
CHRISTOPHER A. KAPS
8704 Woodberry Ct.
Lake Worth, Fl 33467
Attorney for Persons Giving Notice:
David R. Cornish Attorney
Florida Bar No. 0225924
355 W. Venice Ave.
Venice, FL 34285
Telephone: (941) 483-4246
Fax: (941) 485-8163
E- Mail:davidr.cornish@verzon.net
PUBLISH: October 20, 27, 2012

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR SARA-
SOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARK VOCELKA,
Deceased,
File No. 2012-CP-3868-SC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
MARK VOCELKA, deceased, whose date
of death was September 10, 2012,
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 4000
South Tamiami Trail, Venice, FL
34293. The names and addresses of
the personal representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required to be
served must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
Notice is October 20, 2012
Personal Representatives:
Edward DeJesus, Jr.
3459 Nemo Ave
North Port, FL 34287
Attorneys for Personal
Representatives
W. KEVIN RUSSELL, Esq.


W. KEVIN RUSSELL, PA.
Florida Bar No. 398462
14295 South Tamlaml Trail
North Port, FL 34287
Telephone: (941)-429-1871
E-Mail: kevin@wkevinrussell.com
PUBUSH: October 20, 27,


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR SARA-
SOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROBERT ELLIS WULFING
Deceased,
File No. 2012-CP-003959-SC
Division: Probate
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
ROBERT ELLIS WULFING, deceased,
whose date of death was September 20,
2012, and the last four digits os whose
social security number are xxx-xx-3730,
is pending in the Circuit Court for SARA-
SOTA County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is Karen E. Rush-
ing, Clerk- Probate Department P.O.
Box 3079, Sarasota, FL 34230-
3079. The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required to be
served must file their claims withthis
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.
he date of first publication of this
notice is October 27, 2012.
Personal Representative:
Ruth Ann Anderson
335 Cocoanut St
Englewood, FL 34223
Attorney For Personal
Representative:
Lori Wellbaum Emery
Attorney for Ruth Ann Anderson
Florida Bar No. 00711100
WELLBAUM & EMERY, P.A.
686 North Indiana Ave, Ste A
Englewood, FL 34223
Telephone: (941) 474-3241
Fax: (941) 475-2927
E-Mail:lemery@wellbaumandemery.com
PUBLISH: October 27, November 3,
2012


VANDERBILT MORTGAGE AND FINANCE
INC., a Tennessee corporation authorized
to transact business in Florida
Plaintiff,
vs.
NANCY MADONNA; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF NANCY MADONNA; MIDLAND FUND-
ING LLC,
a Delaware limited Lability Company,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in accordance with
the Plaintiff's Final Judgment of Foreclo-
sure entered in the above-styled cause,
the Clerk will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at the following website:
www.sarasota.realforeclose.com, at
9:00 A.M. on November 1, 2012, the fol-
lowing described property:
Lot 20, Block 945,42nd ADDITION
TO PORT CHARLOTTE SUBDIVISION,
according to the plat thereof record-
ed in Plat Book 17, Page 52 of the
Public Records of Sarasota County,
Florida.
Property Address: 6393 North Port
Blvd., North Port, FL 34287
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTER-
EST IN THE SURPLUS FRON THE
SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE
OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE
SALE.
DATED: OCTOER 15TH, 2012
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
SONYA K. DAVIS, ESQ.
QUINTAIROS, PRIETO, WOOD & BOYERS,
P.A.
215 MONROE STREET, STE 600
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32301
TELEPHONE: (850)412-1042
FACSIMILE:(850)412-1043
PUBLISH: October 20, 27, 2012


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed will sell, to satisfy lien of the
owner, at public sale by competitive bid-
ding on November 8, 2012 at 4:30pm at
the Extra Space Storage facility located
at: 225 N Tamiami Trail Nokomis, FL
34275,
941-486-1779.
The personal goods stored therein by the
following may included, but are not limit-
ed to general household, furniture,
boxes, clothes and appliances.
KATHLEEN RYAN
UNIT #955 HHG
KEN GEBERT
UNIT# 953 HHG
CHRISTOPHER LEE
HAMILTON
UNIT# 78 HHG
Purchases must be made with cash and
paid at the time of sale. All goods are
sold as is and must by removed at the
time of purchase. Extra Space Storage
reserves the right to bid. Sale is subject
to adjournment.
Publish: October 27, November 3, 2012

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OTHER NOTICES

NOTICE OFSALE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 2012-CA-001792NC


TO PLACE YOUR LEGAL
NOTICE, CALL STACY
(941)-207-1011
SMCINTOSH@SUN-
HERALD.COM
(at the Venice Office)
fax (941)-485-3036


CITY OF VENICE
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE CITY OF VENICE PLANNING COM-
MISSION WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6,
2012 AT 1:30 P.M. IN CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 401 WEST
VENICE AVENUE, VENICE, FLORIDA, TO CONSIDER SPECIAL EXCEPTION
PETITION NO. 12-1SE.1.

REQUEST FOR A SPECIAL EXCEPTION FROM SECTION 86-82(i)(4) TO
EXCEED THE MAXIMUM LOT COVERAGE OF 30% BY 6.3% TO ALLOW FOR
AN ADDITION TO THE EXISTING ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY.
ON THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY:

Approximately 1.3 acres
Parcel No. 0430-14-0039, 0430-14-0037
100 Base Avenue East

Any person who decides to appeal any decision of the Venice Planning
Commission with respect to any matter considered at this meeting will
need a record of the proceedings and, for such purpose, may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based.

All interested parties are invited to appear and be heard. Plans and/or
details are available for public inspection in the Planning and Zoning
Department, 401 West Venice Avenue, Venice, FL 34285. Written com-
ments filed with the Planning Commission (c/o Planning & Zoning Depart-
ment at the above address) will be heard and considered.

This public hearing may be continued from time to time.

IF YOU ARE DISABLED AND NEED ASSISTANCE, PLEASE CONTACT THE
PLANNING AND ZONING DEPARTMENT AT LEAST 24 HOURS PRIOR TO
THE MEETING. (486-2626, EXT. 28004)

PUBLISH : OCTOBER 17, 2012


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Rev3 Triathlon Expo kicks off race weekend


Where you can watch


By SCOTT LOCKWOOD
STAFF WRITER
Area residents and
visitors are invited
to take part in the
Revolution Triathlon
Expo at Maxine Barritt
Park in Venice this
weekend. The expo is
part of the inaugural
Rev3 Florida HalfRev
Triathlon that will
encompass most of
South Sarasota County
on Sunday.
The expo began
Friday and continues
Saturday from 10 a.m.
to 6 p.m. and Sunday
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
during the race. Expo
director Laura Mount


said it will feature
vendors, information
booths, exhibits from
nonprofit organizations
and volunteer groups,
and food. A "Little Rev
Zone" will also offer a
play area for children
throughout the expo.
At noon Saturday,
families will be able
to take their children
trick-or-treating at the
expo, where vendors
dressed in Halloween
costumes will hand out
treats. Saturday will
also feature a Little Rev
Family Adventures race
for children ages 4-16.
The hour-long race
allows children to team
up with one or two


friends or family mem-
bers to follow maps
to a wide variety of
checkpoints, complete
as many challenges
as possible and sprint
to the Rev3 finish
line the same finish
line the athletes will
use in Sunday's main
event. All finishers
receive a medal, T-shirt
and other prizes. That
event gets under way at
2:30 p.m. There is a $25
fee to register.
"We hope everybody
comes out, checks
out the expo and sees
what we're all about
and watches the race,"
Mount said.
The expo highlights


the Rev3 Triathlon,
which features a
half-Ironman distance
of 70.3 miles. The
race begins with a
1.2-mile swim at the
Venice Fishing Pier,
1600 South Harbor
Drive, and continues
with a 56-mile bicycle
ride from Venice to
Englewood along State
Road 776 to North Port
and back on U.S. 41 to
Venice, where the ath-
letes face a 13.1-mile
run along the Venetian
Waterway Park.
Local Rev3 race
coordinator John
Letourneau said nearly
600 athletes from
around the country


have registered for the
race, and nearly 700
could ultimately do
battle for the $75,000
overall purse. Up to
3,000 visitors to South
County are expected
during the three days.
"Sign-ups have been
really good espe-
cially for a first-year
event," Letournaeu
said. "Rev3 is really
excited for this event."
Nicole Rissler,
director of sports for
the Sarasota County
Sports Commission,
said the event could
infuse $1 million into
the local economy. She
said the real impact
will come from a


one-hour TV show that
will be aired on major
networks throughout
the country early next
spring, organizers say.
NBC, ABC, CBS and
FOX are set to cover
the event.
"We're still along
that $1 million impact,
but that does not take
into effect the media
portion of the event,"
Rissler said. "That
is one of the biggest
impacts of this event,
and that's why it's a big
deal for us. They guar-
anteed that the event
will reach 60 percent of
the households in the
United States."
Email: slockwood@sun-herald.com


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Practice Swim Beach at race venue 8-10 a.m.
Worst Wetsuit Contest Beach 9 a.m.
Race Expo Opens 10 a.m.
Bike Mechanical Support Available Rev3
Merchandise Tent 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
A.R.T. Available Expo 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Packet Pick-Up Expo 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
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Registration for Little Rev Rev3 Store
11 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
Meet and Greet the Pros Rev3 Stage 1 p.m.
Mandatory Athlete Meeting (first opportunity) -
Rev3 Stage 1:30 p.m.
Little Rev Adventure Race Rev3 Finish line
(check in) 2:30 p.m.
Mandatory Athlete Meeting (second opportunity)
Rev3 Stage 4 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 28 Race Day
Transition Opens Transition 6 a.m.
Bike Mechanical Support Transition 6-7:30 a.m.
Transition Closes 7:30 a.m.
Half Pro Men Start 7:50 a.m.
Half Pro Women Start 7:52 a.m.
S1st Wave Half Age Group 8 a.m.
Rev3 Expo Opens 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Rev3 Kids Zone Open Rev3 Expo 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
A.R.T Available Rev3 Expo 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Pro Half Rev Award Ceremony Rev3 Stage 2 p.m.
Age Group Award Ceremony- Rev3 Stage 3:30 p.m.
Transition Closes 5 p.m.


GRAPHIC COURTESY OF CITY OF VENICE
This approximate schedule of where Rev3 cyclists will most likely be throughout the day will show you the best places for viewing, and which streets will be affected by the race. Those who live
along the course may find it advisable to park their vehicles on side streets where they can be accessed throughout the day without interference from the race.
8-11 a.m.: After a 1.2-mile swim in the Gulf, the bicycle race starts from the Robert E. Clark Pavilion, near Sharky's on the Pier, at Brohard Beach, 1900 South Harbor Drive, to Airport Avenue, to
Avenida del Circo, to U.S. 41 Business, across the Circus Bridge, to U.S. 41 southbound to the Manasota Key Road roundabout
8:30 a.m.-noon: State Road 776 to Biscayne Drive in North Port
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vard roundabout at East Venice Avenue, westbound on East Venice Avenue, across the Venice Avenue Bridge, to Harbor Drive, south on Harbor Drive to the Robert E. Clark Pavilion.
The Venice Avenue Bridge will have intermittent westbound lane closures. One westbound lane on West Venice Avenue will be available to vehicular traffic. On Harbor Drive, access to Lake Venice
Golf Club, Sharky's on the Pier restaurant, Brohard Beach and Caspersen Beach will be available to vehicles. The Venice Fishing Pier, however, is closed for fishing until after the race for the safety of
the participants. Spectators will be allowed on the pier.


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Lee Foundation influencing Illinois 911 standards


FROM THE DENISE
AMBER LEE FOUNDATION
The Denise Amber
Lee Act takes effect
this month, requiring
all 911 call-takers and
dispatchers in Florida to
complete 232 hours of
training and pass a state
test.
Other states wishing
to duplicate the level of
standardized training
for state 911 workers are
taking notice and asking
for guidance.
Members of the
Englewood-based
Denise Amber Lee
Foundation conducted
two days of training
for Chicago-area 911
telecommunicators and
met the Illinois commit-
tee currently working on
a similar standard and
legislation for Illinois.
Members of the
Illinois Public Safety
Telecommunicator
Training and
Certification Initiative
Committee and the
Denise Amber Lee
Foundation met for
a couple of hours at
the headquarters of
Motorola Solutions in
Schaumburg, Ill.
The standard for
Illinois is close to
completion. Denise
Amber Lee Foundation
president Nathan Lee
offered successful strate-
gies used in Florida to
assist in passage of the
legislation.
Illinois committee
members hope to use
similar strategies when
their bill is filed soon
in the Illinois General
Assembly.
Sherrill Ornberg,
chair of the Illinois
Public Safety
Telecommunicator
Training and
Certification Initiative
Committee, recalled
the first time she met
Nathan and heard his
story.
"A few years ago,
Nathan Lee was invited
to be the sole closing-
session speaker at the
Illinois Public Safety
Telecommunications
Association state confer-
ence in Springfield, Ill.,"
Ornberg said. "I was
aware of the Lee family
tragedy. The conference
hall was filled with every
seat occupied and the
audience uncharacteris-
tically hung on his every
word.
"Other than his voice,
there was an eerie
silence in the room. I've
worked in emergency
communications for the
last 42 years and thought
there was not much
that could unnerve or
astonish me. However,
that day was certainly
unforgettable.
"That experience
changed my life. I
decided on that day, at
that meeting, I would
do whatever it took to
ensure that all Illinois
PSAP call-takers and
dispatchers would
have standardized
training and mandatory
certification."
Committee member
Brian Tegtmeyer said,
"Nathan's ability to relate
a personal tragedy and
motivate us to always do
our jobs at the highest
level is an inspiration to
those who take 911 calls
and support the systems
needed to operate 911."
The nonprofit foun-
dation promotes and
supports public safety
through uniform train-
ing, standardization and
technological advances
in the 911 system.
The foundation was
established in June


2008 in response to the
murder of Denise Amber
Lee, Nathan's wife. A
21-year-old stay-at-home
mother of two at the
time, she was abducted
by Michael King on Jan.
17, 2008, from her North
Port home.


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of Denise's kidnapping,
rape and murder, and re-
ceived the death penalty
in December 2009.
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settlement for $1.25 mil-
lion was finalized
in August between
members of Denise's


family and the Charlotte
County Sheriff's Office.
The foundation seeks
to use the emotional
power of the tragedy to
promote and encourage
the use of technology,
training, and procedures
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WEEKEND EDITION OCTOBER 27, 2012


SCF community ready to move on


By KATY BERGEN
BRADENTON HERALD
After months of tense
and public battles
between State College
of Florida trustees and
President Lars Hafner
over the leadership of the
college, the community
seems weary, but ready
for a solution.
Trustees have spoken
about a desire to move
forward after deciding
to pursue a settlement
agreement with Hafner at
a meeting Tuesday. The
college seems poised for a
change, releasing a state-
ment prohibiting staff
from commenting on the
matter. College freshman
Kaden Loccisano said he
felt sad as he watched
Hafner packing boxes into
his car the other day and
feels certain the president
will soon be leaving.
Whatever recom-
mendation comes from
meetings between
Hafner's attorney and
the law firm the trustees
hired specifically for this
task, some say it's time
for their focus to return
to the school itself.
"It's felt at times like
parents fighting during an
acrimonious divorce and
we have all been caught
in the middle," said SCF
Faculty Senate President
Daniel Fuerstman.
On Tuesday, Fuerstman
and other staff filled a
large auditorium at the
Lakewood Ranch campus
to hear trustees announce


that they would attempt
to negotiate with Hafner.
There was a "historic"
sense to the event,
Fuerstman said, and a
hope that the issue could
soon be resolved.
"There is substantial
interest in being able to
return our focus as an insti-
tution to the students and
the things we are doing,
and can do, to continue to
provide a quality educa-
tion," Fuerstman said.
It hasn't taken long for
Eric Robinson, the new
trustee Gov. Rick Scott
appointed to fill the vacant
spot once held byVenice
businessman C.J. Fishman,
to sense this desire, too.
He says he's talked to
foundation members, past
trustees and members of
the student government
and has heard the same
things over and over again:
We need to get past this.
How do we get past this? Is
this damaging our brand?
"That's a common
theme whether you are
on one side of the issue
or the other," Robinson
said. "This isn't an indi-
vidual thing it affects
the community."
OnWednesday, school
officials said teachers, staff
and administration should
not speak about the issue.
A statement read: "Because
of the board's decision and
ongoing negotiations, it
is inappropriate for SCF
employees to comment."
A solution could come
as soon as Oct. 30, the
date the board decided


counsel must come to an
agreement.
"The attorneys would
reach some recommenda-
tions, which they would
share with me," Chair
Carlos Beruff said. "And
if I believe that it is in the
best interest of the college,
I would proffer that to the
board for their consider-
ation on Tuesday."
The board will
have to decide to
approve or reject the
recommendation.
Beruff said Wednesday
that the decision to
move in this direction
came out of discussions
between college attorney
Steve Prouty, Hafner and
his attorney, and himself.
Beruff said he's met
with Prouty and Kunkel,
Miller & Hament attor-
neys John Hament and
Nikhil Joshi to decide
the direction they hope
the negotiation meetings
take. He would not elabo-
rate on what solution he
thought the board would
find agreeable, but said
he thought the meetings
will be best for everyone.
"I think it's in the best
interests of the parties,"
Beruff said. "It's logical
that we try to resolve
things in a mutually
agreeable fashion."
Some trustees, includ-
ing Beruff, have butted
heads with Hafner since
2011, when Gov. Rick Scott
appointed the majority of
the current board.
Current and past trustees
have clashed over the


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State College of Florida president Lars Hafner attends Tuesday evening's board meeting at SCF's
Lakewood Ranch campus.


representation of costs for
school construction proj-
ects, such as tennis courts
and a collegiate school.
Some trustees claim that
costs have ballooned and
projects expanded under
Hafner's leadership. Others
say most projects were
approved by the former
board, who had a full
understanding of Hafner's
plans.
Under Hafner's watch,
Manatee Community
College became State
College of Florida in
2009, the same year the
college was included
among the top 100 asso-
ciate degree producers in
the nation in Community
College Week magazine.


He brought several four-
year programs to the col-
lege, including a nursing
program that graduated
its first class of RNs with
four-year baccalaureate
degrees in May 2011.
But other decisions have
hurt his relationship with
the board and the public,
such as when he requested
a Cadillac Escalade for
executive use in 2011, the
same year tuition and fees
increased by 8 percent.
Hafner currently makes
$323,000 a year.
Loccisano, 18, who was
hanging out with a friend
at the Bradenton campus
Wednesday afternoon,
said that Hafner had been
a great president, and the


focus on the conflict has
been disheartening.
He didn't have any
doubt as to what's going
to happen next, though.
"I think they are defi-
nitely going to buy him
out," Loccisano said.
Fuerstman said what
teachers want most is
clarity.
"For five months we've
been living under a cloud of
not knowing what's going
to happen," Furstman said.
"I feel like most people feel
there is potentially an end
resolution in sight, and that
we may be able to move
forward as an institution."
SCF also has campuses
in South Venice and
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Mechanical Contractors
Licensing & Examining
Board Nov. 1, 3 p.m.,
Conference Room 2, Planning
and Development Services,
1001 Sarasota Center Blvd.,
Sarasota. Call 941-861-6126
Parks Advisory and
Recreation Council (PARC)
Meeting Nov. 1, 2:30 p.m.,
Nokomis Community Center,
234 Nippino Trail, Nokomis.
Call 941-861-5496
Planning Commission Public
Hearing Nov. 1, 6:30 p.m.,
(MEETING CANCELED),
Commission Chamber, First
Floor, Administration Center,
1660 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota.
Call 941-861-5140
LIVE TV and webcast
Sarasota Soil & Water
Conservation District
Nov. 1, 9 a.m., Conference
Room, Manasota Service
Center, 6942 Professional
Parkway East, Sarasota.
Call 941-907-0011
Seniors Advisory Council
Meeting Nov. 1, 3 p.m., First
Floor Conference Room, Center
for Healthy Aging, Campus
of Senior Friendship Centers,
1900 Brother Geenen Way,
Sarasota. Call 941-861-2564

ADVISORY BOARD VACANCIES
Visit www.scgov.netladvisoryboards or
contact the Sarasota County Call Center at
861-5000 for latest vacances and information
about Sarasota County Advisory Boards.


Tourist Development Council
Nov. 1, 4 p.m., Commission
Chamber, Robert L. Anderson
Administration Center, 4000 S.
Tamiami Trail, Venice.
Call 941-861-5035
LIVE TV and webcast
Waterways Advisory Council
Quarterly Meeting Oct. 30,
9 a.m., Conference Room 2,
1001 Sarasota Center Blvd.,
Sarasota. Call 941-232-5541
NORTH SARASOTA LIBRARY
TO CELEBRATE 8TH
ANNIVERSARY
The North Sarasota Library,
2801 Newtown Blvd., Sarasota,
will celebrate its 8th anniversary
4-5 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 30, with
a performance by the Booker
Middle School Visual and
Performing Arts students.
In addition to celebrating
the anniversary of Sarasota
County's first Leadership in
Energy and Environmental
Design (LEED)-certified library,
members of the public are
invited to share their memories
of former library manager Yvette
Robison who recently passed
away.
"Yvette was a very special
person with a vision for
enriching the lives of everyone
who came through the doors
of the library, especially the
children," said Sarasota
County Library System General
Manager Sarabeth Kalajian.


"Her impact on the library and
the community will never be
forgotten."
Robison created the "I-Zone,"
a program based on
intelligence, integrity and
inspiration. Admission to the
event is free.
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AT UF/IFAS EXTENSION
SARASOTA COUNTY'S
BUTTERFLY WORKSHOP
UF/IFAS Extension Sarasota
County will host a Butterfly
Workshop on Saturday,
Nov. 3, from 8:30 a.m.-12:30
p.m. at Twin Lakes Park, 6700
Clark Road, Sarasota.
Attendees will learn how to
attract butterflies and plant
and maintain their own
butterfly garden. They will
have an opportunity to
propagate butterfly plants from
the garden. They also will tour
the butterfly garden at Twin
Lakes Park and learn how
Florida butterfly populations
have varied over time.
The workshop is free, but
space is limited. Registration
is required. Attendees are
invited to bring gloves and
pruners to take cuttings.
For more information on the
workshop, contact the
Sarasota County Call Center
at 941-861-5000, or visit
http://sarasota.ifas.ufl.edu/.


Individualswith disabilities who need assistance t participate in any of these proceeding should contact the county adminisaion at least three (3) business days before the meetingtimeand date at941-861-5344.


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OPINION


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SUN NEWSPAPERS


OUR VIEW


Buchanan for a return to the House


he race for the newly formed
16th Congressional District
seat sees longtime Republican
Rep. Vern Buchanan of Longboat Key
fighting off a strong challenge by Keith
Fitzgerald, a former Democratic state
representative from Sarasota.
Fitzgerald, 55, is a formidable
candidate. A political science professor
at New College in Sarasota since 1994,
Fitzgerald represented portions of
northern Sarasota and Manatee coun-
ties in the Statehouse for four years,
before being swept out by Republican
Rep. Ray Pilon in the GOP wave of 2010.
With the Democrats in the minority
in Tallahassee, Fitzgerald found ways
to work across the aisle. We believe
he has the qualities to do the same in
Washington. He is moderate, thoughtful
and articulate; Fitzgerald has the ability
to communicate difficult issues in a
clear, straightforward way. We like that.
Fitzgerald said "hyper-partisanship"
is creating a "distinctively bad situa-
tion now." No argument there.
How best to fix it? Get big money


out of politics.
"It distorts the conversation when
any conversation about policy is
based on where the checks are coming
from," he said.
On the issues, he is opposed to
oil drilling off the coast of Florida,
as is Buchanan. He is not in favor of
Buchanan's balanced budget amend-
ment, arguing the government needs fis-
cal flexibility. He wants to simplify the tax
code and called the Paul Ryan Medicare
plan "a sop to the insurance industry."
Largely, Fitzgerald mirrors the
Democratic Party's positions. And he
knocks the incumbent for kowtowing
to the extreme-right elements.
"We need skillful legislators; some-
times, that means you're a partisan
and sometimes you go across the
line," he said.
It's easy to agree. We like prag-
matic moderates who are not afraid
to stray from the party line, and
we still believe Buchanan fits that
mold. Buchanan, 61, a car dealer and
businessman, aspires to the role of


"statesman," and we believe he is a
common-sense moderate at heart.
With the likelihood of continued
Republican control of the U.S. House,
Buchanan will have the opportunity
to stand up to extreme elements and
serve the best interests of Southwest
Florida by pushing his party back
toward the center.
He has done that in the past al-
though less so following the 2010 tea
party tsunami and we fully expect
him to take a stronger moderate role
in the next two years.
We appreciate Buchanan's focus
on local capital projects, from Port
Manatee to U.S. 17 in Charlotte and
DeSoto counties. (The district now
encompasses Sarasota and Manatee
counties.) He is focused on job
creation, wants to cut regulations
and end frivolous lawsuits basic
Republican positions.
He voted for Paul Ryan's budget plan
and insists it won't harm Medicare, but
will strengthen the program long-term.
Buchanan wants to remove tax


subsidies for Big Oil and simplify the tax
code. He prefers a flat tax of 20 percent
with no deductions, although he said
the homeowners' mortgage deduction
would be "one of the last to go." As for
the extension of the current tax cuts, he
would push them "out one year," but
would allow the Social Security payroll
tax cut to expire. "We can't afford to take
money out of Social Security," he said.
Buchanan, who has traveled to
Afghanistan, said, "It's time to get
out." He supports the current time-
table for withdrawal.
Buchanan also called the Affordable
Healthcare Act a "major, major entitle-
ment program" that would add far too
much to the deficit."
We believe Buchanan represents
the interests of District 16. At heart, he
is a moderate. We expect him to have
the backbone to stand up to extreme
elements of both parties, to push back
against special interests and to find more
effective ways to work across the aisle.
We recommend Vern Buchanan for
the Congressional District 16 seat.


Old Florida


Just when was "Old Florida"
depends on your year of arrival
or on stories handed down in
front-porch conversations or
written by articulate pioneers
of an earlier time.
Last Sunday was my 85th
birthday. Our family gathered
at Jeff and Mary Lou's house,
where Mary Lou had laid out
what for me is an Old Florida
recipe: curried chicken with a
dozen condiments including
chutney and shredded fresh
coconut. It was a spread that
our mother laid on for special
occasions. Mary Lou had the
old typed recipe from Helen
Dunn-Rankin's unpublished
cookbook. It was Old Florida
for me.
My Old Florida begins with
what I remember from 1936
when my brothers and I ar-
rived at the Florida East Coast
Lemon Bay station a few miles
north of downtown Miami. It
includes the last years of con-
crete-block homes with raised
foundations anchored 2 or 3
feet into the sandy soil. The
air-vented crawl space under
termite-treated wood beams
supported the oak or pine
floors. This new construction
crowded out the wood frame
buildings of earlier years. The
crawl space provided hiding
places for boys willing to tun-
nel under the foundation. Old
Florida was before cement-
slab construction.
A big hamburger at Royal
Castle cost 15 cents. The small
grease-and-onions burger at
White Castle was priced like
a Babe Ruth candy bar, only a
nickel.
Old Florida was a drive
from Miami to KeyWest on
a narrow road constructed
over the Flagler Railroad right
of way ripped apart by the
1935 hurricane. Soft iron rails
curled toward the sun where
the storm surge had lifted rails
and cross ties. Headed south
for KeyWest, you pulled over
to let a Miami-bound car pass.
A scraggly key lime tree or tiny
key deer, both hurricane sur-
vivors, occasionally showed.
Marathon had a school age
population of 15. Woody
Woodburn, a close friend of
my grandfather, was postmas-
ter and unofficial mayor.


In my Old Florida the state's
leading tourist attractions were
Silver Springs, Cypress Gardens
and the Bok Tower. A big week-
end outing for us kids was an
hour or two parked at the Pan
American Airways terminal at
Dinner Key off Coconut Grove.
Juan Trippe's clippers came in
from South America to settle
on Biscayne Bay waters. Two
swimmers attached a cable
that would tow the airship up
the ramp to let passengers
deplane on dry land.
We could shinny up a
coconut palm for the ripe
nuts. Our favorite tree was in
a vacant lot on Lincoln Road.
Nature had battered it to a
45-degree angle. We could
run up the trunk to within a
4-foot climb to the cluster of
nuts. Smashing the ripened
nut point first on a concrete
sidewalk would let us pry open
the tough husk to get at the
fresh white meat.
Key Biscayne was a coconut
plantation not yet connected to
Miami by bridges and cause-
way. In the late '50s, a quiet sail
over the flats took us past the
stilt houses allowed to survive
if they made it through the oc-
casional hurricane. We learned
it was hard to build a tree fort
in a Florida pine. A banyan tree
was ideal if you didn't mind the
sticky white sap that clung to
skin and clothes.
We took our shoes off for the
summer. Our feet toughened to
accept sandspurs and broiling
asphalt pavement. In the fall
we rescued our shoes from the
back of the closet for school.
They would likely be covered
in a grey-green mold from the
summer heat and humidity.
The only air-conditioning was
in Burdines department store
and movie theaters.
Chasing fiddler crabs at the
edge of the bay to see if we
could find two colorful shell
patterns that looked alike
occupied us for hours.
When in college around
1950, we occasionally drove
from Winter Park to picnic on
a deserted stretch of Cocoa
Beach. There were miles of
open savanna between the
Indian River and the beach
without a single house. Driving
north on the hard-packed sand,
we passed the empty concrete
towers built in World War II for
spotting German submarines
preying on coastal shipping.
Send me an email and I'll
forward a copy of the Old
Florida curry recipe just the
way Helen wrote it.

Derek Dunn-Rankin is
chairman of Sun Coast Media
Group. He can be reached at
derekdr@sunline. net.


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FROM THE COLLINS
CENTER FOR PUBLIC POLICY

Editor's note: To help our
readers better understand the
11 proposed state constitutional
amendments on the general
election ballot Nov. 6, before
they head to the polls, we are
running a series with informa-
tion compiled by the Collins
Center for Public Policy, which
has offices throughout Florida.
From the center's website:
"Named after Gov. LeRoy Collins
(served 1955-61), the nonprofit
Collins Center for Public Policy
was established in 1988 to
seek out creative, nonpartisan
solutions to Florida's toughest
issues."
Amendment 10
Title on Ballot: Tangible
Personal Property Tax
Exemption
Sponsor/Originator: The
Florida Legislature
Summary of Amendment
(from Division of Elections
site): Proposing an amendment
to the State Constitution to:
1. Provide an exemption
from ad valorem taxes levied by
counties, municipalities, school
districts, and other local gov-
ernments on tangible personal
property if the assessed value
of an owner's tangible personal
property is greater than $25,000
but less than $50,000. This new
exemption, if approved by the
voters, will take effect on Jan. 1,
2013, and apply to the 2013 tax
roll and subsequent tax rolls.
2. Authorize a county or
municipality for the purpose of
its respective levy, and as pro-
vided by general law, to provide
tangible personal property tax
exemptions by ordinance. This
is in addition to other state-
wide tangible personal prop-
erty tax exemptions provided
by the Constitution and this
amendment.


Arguments for: Supporters
say this amendment will
give tax relief to small busi-
nesses and help stimulate the
economy. They say it provides
a way for local governments to
offer further reductions in the
business tax.
Arguments against:
Opponents say this amend-
ment is part of a trickle-down
economic theory that does
not work. They say it will strip
millions in tax revenue from
local governments struggling to
provide basic services.
Should the state's tangible
personal property tax exemp-
tion be doubled?
This proposed amendment
is about taxes assessed on tan-
gible personal property used in
a business or to earn income.
Furniture, fixtures, machinery,
tools, shelving, signs and
equipment are examples of
property that is subject to
the state's tangible personal
property tax.
By April 1 of each year,
those owning tangible per-
sonal property that is used in
a business or to earn income
must file a return with the
local property appraiser. Under
current law, the first $25,000
of tangible personal property
is exempt from taxation. If
passed, Amendment 10 would
boost that exemption to
$50,000. It would also allow
cities and counties to grant
additional tangible personal tax
exemptions beyond the $50,000
exemption.


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The measure won unani-
mous approval in the Senate
and near-unanimous approval
in House. As with all amend-
ments, passage requires the
approval of 60 percent or more
of the voters. If approved by
voters, the added exemption
becomes effective Jan. 1, 2013.
Fiscal impact:
Tangible personal property
taxes are levied by counties and
by cities. Citing information
from the state Department
of Revenue, a Florida Senate
analysis said 7.6 percent of the
total county property taxes
levied in Florida in fiscal year
2011-12 were from tangible
personal property taxes. The
corresponding amount for cit-
ies was 6.1 percent. Those per-
centages would likely decrease
if Amendment 10 passes.
Statewide, the additional
exemption (from $25,000
to $50,000) proposed in
Amendment 10 would reduce
property tax collections across
the state by a combined $61 mil-
lion over its first three years,
according to the state Revenue
Estimating Conference, which
calculates the anticipated fiscal
impact of proposed amend-
ments. The law also allows for
counties and cities to expand
the exemptions, but the fiscal
impact of that proposed change
cannot be estimated.
If you vote yes: A yes vote
means you want to double the
tangible personal property tax
exemption and allow cities and
counties to expand the exemp-
tions beyond that.
If you vote no: A no vote means
you do not want to double the
tangible personal property tax
exemption and you do not want
to allow cities and counties to
expand the exemptions.
For the full report and more
on the proposed amendments,
go to collinscenter.org.


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A helping hand in our community


SLee
VVilli ni



Among the most
heart-warming opportu-
nities for the Plantation
Community Foundation
to serve our community
is providing grants to or-
ganizations that improve
the quality of life for our
disabled neighbors. The
five programs described
below make such a
huge difference for the
hundreds of people they
serve who need and ap-
preciate a helping hand
in their life journey.
Friends of Jacaranda
Library submitted its
first grant request to the
foundation this year. This
organization provides
a variety of financial as
well as in-kind support
to this heavily used
library.
We approved its grant
request to support the


purchase and installation
ofADA-approved study
carrels in newly avail-
able space in the library.
The installation of these
study carrels will provide
a new capability in the
library to serve special-
needs patrons, and add
a resource presently not
available to all patrons.
In addition, these car-
rels will support a Literacy
Volunteers of South
Sarasota County initiative
to teach a new program in
adult basic literacy.
Special Athlete
Boosters provides train-
ing and competition pro-
grams for more than 473
intellectually disabled
children and adults.
Athletes can train and
compete from a field of
12 sports on a seasonal
schedule each year. They
operate from the Gene
Whipp Sports Center
for Special Athletes on
Gulf Coast Boulevard in
Venice.
Executive Director
Maggie Riggall requested
and was granted funds to
purchase a new copier.
Special Athlete Boosters
uses the copier for


assembling packets for
athletes about events,
housing at events, medi-
cal information, direc-
tions and other pertinent
information for each
sports program.
The Loveland Center
helps adults with devel-
opmental disabilities live
their lives to the fullest.
It provides adult train-
ing programs similar to
what you might see on a
college campus. Students
select their own classes
and transition through-
out out the day. The
campus also houses the
Phase II Center, which
provides meaningful
activities for individuals
who require more as-
sistance with basic tasks.
Daniela Koci requested
a grant to purchase three
touch-screen desk-top
computers and three
iPads with the com-
munication application
Proloquo2Go. Phase II
students will be able
to acquire new techni-
cal skills and be better
engaged in the classroom
setting with the new
computers. In addition,
nonverbal students will


be able to socialize with
their peers and effec-
tively communicate their
needs with the iPads.
Established in 1954,
Community Haven for
Adults and Children has
a long history of serving
people with disabili-
ties. Among the many
programs that are offered
is Transitions.
The Transitions
Program provides
services to high school
students with special
needs and is designed
to help students prepare
for either the world of
work or further educa-
tion. Our foundation
awarded Community
Haven a grant to send 25
deserving South County
students to Summer
Leadership Camp. The
four-day camp provided
an educational team-
building environment
for the students, build-
ing their self-esteem,
conveying important
life skills and providing
the opportunity for the
participants to develop
friendships and support
systems for each other.
Mental Health


Community Centers
assists people with
clinical mental illness to
acquire skills for renewed
independent living
within the mainstream
of the community. At
Beacon House in Venice,
individuals can interact
with their peers and
participate in arts and
crafts and other social
activities. Individuals are
actually members of this
organization.
Beacon House pro-
vides some of these
services. However, many
of the services require
transportation to other
facilities, such as the
YMCA, Venice-area
beaches, parks, theaters
and community centers.
The agency uses a 2002
15-passenger van with
more than 65,000 miles
for this purpose, and
while the van is still
useable, the roof had
severe rusting that would
have eventually resulted
in serious leaks and
damage to the interior.
Our grant allowed the
agency to have the roof
repaired and assured the
continued use of the van


for this vital service.
As I hope you can see
from these stories, a little
help goes a long way
toward making life a lot
better for those in need
in South County.
To learn more about
our foundation and to
keep up with founda-
tion news, please go to
www.plantationgcc.com
and click on "Plantation
Community Foundation"
at the bottom right of the
homepage. Once there,
you might be especially
interested in the link
explaining our inaugural
$25,000 Royal Cash
Raffle, a new, unique op-
portunity for you to help
the foundation while
having a chance to win.
If you would like to be
notified of our events,
such as our Celebrity
Golf Classic, please drop
us a line at Plantation
Community Foundation,
500 Rockley Blvd., Venice
FL 34293 or pcf500@
verizon.net. We'd love to
hear from you.

Lee Williams is presi-
dent of the Plantation
Community Foundation.


It's easy to make a big difference


We are fortunate to live
in a community that has
a reputation for giving.
It comes as no surprise


up and give a helping
hand to those in need.
The story you are
about to read is true.
Although Nick has
seen much devastation
and loss in his young
life, he is blessed to have
People who care about
him and who have made
a difference to him.
Nick, like other children
in our community, is
fortunate to have caring
adults who serve as role


when we see others step models and care about


their well-being.
Nick was in the fourth
grade when he, his preg-
nant mother and older
brother were in a tragic
car accident. Nick was
the only survivor. Soon
after the accident, Nick's
father was incarcerated.
Nick and his other
siblings were placed with
an uncle, who was single
and who had never had
children of his own.
Suddenly, his uncle
was raising six children


ranging in age from 2
to 16. His uncle was over-
whelmed and needed
help providing the sup-
port and attention that
Nick needed.
Looking for another
positive role model, his
uncle reached out to Big
Brothers Big Sisters.
In April 2009, Nick met
Tom, his "Big Brother."
They both enjoyed the time
they spent together, and
Nick has benefitted from
having another positive


influence in his life.
Today, Nick is doing
excellent work in school,
does not get into trouble
and often spends his
weekends with Tom
doing yard work, playing
basketball or just hanging
out. Nick has found his
best friend, and they will
be friends for a lifetime.
Make A Difference Day
is America's largest an-
nual day of volunteering.
Saturday, Oct. 27, mil-
lions of Americans will


help their communities.
There are many ways in
the community you can
make a difference.
One of those ways is by
becoming a mentor to a
child like Nick.

Gina Taylor is vice
president for communi-
cations and marketing for
Venice-based Big Brothers
Big Sisters of the Sun
Coast. Call 941-488-4009
for information about
being a mentor


I LETTERS FROM OUR READERS


A matter of free will

Editor:
Here are some strong
notes on abortion, since the
Democratic Party is making
this topic a major issue in
the upcoming election.
We should go to
ground zero to put some
sense on the subject.
At ground zero God gave
Adam and Eve free will.
That free will has never
been rescinded. It's still
valid today. It is also God
who gave us life, and for us
to destroy life is both a sin
and an offense to God. But
remember, we still have
free will to destroy that life
if we want to.
The problem comes in
when those who do not
want to take life are forced
to pay for those who want
to destroy life. Government
money is public money
that should not be used to
pay for abortions. Those
"my choice" women who


want to destroy life have
the free will to do so. Only,
do not expect the govern-
ment to pay for it.
Sin has consequences
whether you like it or
not. This nation is feeling
the consequences of your


free choice.


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During an eli


year, we the electorate
place more scrutiny on
our two political parties.
We want our party to
be the standard bearer
that represents who we
are and what we believe


After months of end-
less rhetoric and "Yippee
Pat Matson for us!" conventions,
Venice it is easy to conclude
the Democratic Party is
dreams the party of empathy.
Not only does it accept
failure, it relishes it.
ama'ss The Democratic Party's
From My life blood is the failure of
lot the its constituents.
forefa- Lost your job and
;s America. failed to find a new one?
We'll give you 99 weeks
yIvia Katzen of unemployment
Venice compensation until you
find your next one.
S Had children out of
pathy? wedlock? Hey, relation-
locrat ships fail. We'll provide
you with subsidized
housing, healthcare and
section food stamps.


Failing in high school?
No worry. We'll see that
you graduate. Sure,
you'll be unprepared
to function in the real
world. But we plan to
increase minimum wage
to a "living wage" -
$16 an hour. Even the
most menial job can
become a career.
As Democrats, we
are the party of low
expectations. Have you
checked out President
Obama's record? He
exemplifies how low the
bar is set. After all, as he
told us, there is noth-
ing exceptional about
America. Embrace your
mediocrity!
Please don't get caught
up in the Republican
babble about a trillion
dollar yearly fiscal short-
fall, or our $16 trillion
national debt. Or the
fact that Social Security
and Medicare's current


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telling the truth about
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Nokomis conveniently sidestep-
ping the truth, but if a
Republican takes one
isn't step out of line the press
g fair is all over it, exploiting
every breath they take.
Sinful, isn't it?


LUILUI.
Isn't it ironic that we
want to protect freedom
of speech but all we get


Ruthann Roka
Venice


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Sheriff's office launches'Operation Bueller'


FROM THE SARASOTA COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Sarasota County
Sheriff's Office has
launched a special effort
to reduce truancy and
keep track of students
who have missed an
excessive amount of
school.
The sheriff's office
created an initiative
called Operation Bueller
at the start of the 2012-13
school year. Operation
Bueller named for
the character Matthew


BOND
FROM PAGE 1

"That's being worked
out as we speak,"
Bramble said Friday.
For more than a
decade the city has been
unable to keep pace with
crumbling infrastructure
and growing demands on
the aging system.



DEALING
FROM PAGE 1

cancer worked. After
a few days I was able
to resume my normal
schedule. For years,
Roger and I have gone
to the North Jetty Fish
Camp at 4:30 a.m. for
coffee followed by a
3-mile walk. It felt so
good to feel "normal"
again.
Our older daughter,
Medea, called one day
to tell me that she had
some bad news: She, too,
had been diagnosed with
breast cancer, and for her
it was going to require
a bilateral mastectomy.
At that point, I did shed
tears.
Handling the situation
was quite different for
her. She chose to rely
heavily on a support
group. Friends volun-
teered to take her son
to school, band practice
and wherever else he
needed to go when his
father was busy.
One friend printed out
a spreadsheet and had
others fill in which meal
they would provide and
what it would be so that
there would not be mac
and cheese every night.
She and husband, Bruce,
both agreed that the
three meals a day for two
weeks was a true labor
of love.
As she was recovering,
I was scheduled for a
routine mammogram.
My gynecologist recom-
mended further testing.
Once again, my heart
sank but there were no
tears. On a Saturday
afternoon my radiologist
phoned to tell me that
he had gone to his office
and seen a fax with my
report breast cancer
again.
This time, I didn't man-
age with a lumpectomy.
After a complete assess-
ment of my condition,
the new surgeon a
compassionate, caring
physician said that I
would need a bilateral
mastectomy.
My family insisted that
I couldn't deal with this
without support. They
were so right. Before I
could bring myself to let
anyone know, I started
cooking.
Years ago, I had read
an Erma Bombeck
column about a woman
who, after being told
that she had breast
cancer, went home and
baked 30 apple pies and
put them in the freezer.
I didn't make pies but
I did prepare some of
Roger's favorites, like
chili, beef stew and split-
pea soup. I filled two
freezers with all of this.
Little did I know that I


Broderick played in a
1986 film about a high
school student and his
friends skipping school
- is a phased response
plan using an intelli-
gence-led approach that
is designed to offer long-
term solutions to the
local truancy problem.
Initially, members of
the Intelligence Unit
worked with the state
Department of Juvenile
Justice and school
truancy officers to focus
on juvenile probationers


It's not uncommon
for city utilities staff to
come across 50-year-old
cracked asbestos-cement
pipes.
More than $10 million
will be spent on water
projects, with roughly
$15 million on sewer
projects.
Big ticket water proj-
ects include $5 million
to create a new reverse-
osmosis membrane for

needn't have done any
cooking at all. Friends
took care of us.
The outpouring of
concern was over-
whelming. Before I
knew it, the house was
filled with beautiful
flowers. A special friend
delivered a basket of
funny cocktail napkins,
note pads, pink bows
and yummy nibbles.
During my stay in the
hospital the deaconess
from my church visited
every day, and another
church friend would
slip into my room and
sit quietly. If I were
sleeping, she left a bag
of butterscotch so I
knew that she had been
there.
When I returned
home, the deacon-
ess brought the Holy
Sacrament to me, and
neighbors appeared
with exquisite orchids,
delicious chicken soup
and lots of muffins
and cookies. The UPS
delivery man came with
Grandma's Chicken
Soup and a book about
chicken soup.
Our mailbox was filled
with get-well cards on a
daily basis. There was a
gift certificate for dinner
at the yacht club to be
used when our daughter
came to visit.
I was not prepared to
have so many people
be so nice to me. That
experience was life-
changing. I treasure
every single day and


and ensure these stu-
dents attend school.
Youth services deputies
make sure probationers
attend school each day,
and if they are absent,
find them to find out
why and take appropri-
ate action.
Recently, the sheriff's
office expanded this
effort and worked with
Sarasota County schools
to identify middle and
high school students
who had 10 or more
unexcused absences


the water production
plant; $3 million on vari-
ous water main replace-
ments; $714,000 on a
second degassifier; and
$600,000 on a dual-state
air scrubber. The rest will
go toward less-expensive
fire hydrant replace-
ments, new valves and
service line replacement
new aeration system.
Wastewater projects
include nearly $3 million

make the most of it. To
all who came to me,
thank you again and
again.
But the best was the
new strength I found.
Roger and I agreed


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in the first 30 days of
school. On Oct. 17, the
sheriff's office and North
Port, Venice and Sarasota
police departments
visited 138 homes to try
to determine what issues
were keeping students
home from school.
"The intent of the
truancy initiative is to
express the importance
of school attendance
and advise students and
their parents that law
enforcement is inter-
ested in their welfare


for an additional re-
claimed water storage
tank, $2.6 million on an
I&I study and improve-
ments, $1.8 million on a
EWRF aeration system,
$1.2 on a force main
replacement project and
millions more targeting
street-specific sewer
pipelines.
"Within a two-year
period it all gets done,"
Bramble said. "It's based

that we were going to
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as long as we could.
So, two months after
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Sheriff Tom Knight said.
"We continuously work
with the community to
address the root causes
of crime, and the goal of
this collaborative effort
is to steer these young
people toward getting an
education so they can be
more successful in life."
Parents whose chil-
dren have excessive
absences were directed
to resources for help,
including YMCA Family
Management Services.


on a CIP average of
$10 million, but it may
end up being three
years."
Last month the city's
financial adviser, Jeff
Larson, said he didn't
think a recent down-
grade in the Fitch
municipal bond rating
for Venice would have
much impact. Many of
the bond rating agencies
have been downgrading

Budapest. In June we
took our 10-year-old
grandson to Botswana
and South Africa. We've
just made our final
payment on a trip to
Ethiopia in January. We


Children who don't go to
school can be referred
to Truancy Court, and
parents who do not
make their kids attend
school on a regular basis
commit a second-degree
misdemeanor.
To watch a video that
takes viewers on the
recent truancy sweep
and further explains
the purpose of this
initiative visit, YouTube
Channel http://www.
youtube.com/user/
SarasotaSheriff.


all municipalities
with lower property
valuations.
"We are expecting a
good reception," Larson
said.
The bonds will also
pay for replacement of
city utilities along U.S. 41
Bypass when that widen-
ing project gets under
way.

Email: ggiles@venicegondolier.com

don't have to quit hav-
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plan to.
By the way, we are
still enjoying the chili,
beef stew and split-pea
soup.


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HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY FOOTBALL




Indians tame Lions 45-29


By ROB SMITH
SPORTS EDITOR

The old cliche "Better
late than never" aptly
sums up Friday night's
showdown between
the Venice Indians and
Chaminade Lions.
After taking a 10-7 lead
into halftime following
a sloppy 30 minutes of
football, the Indians'
vaunted rushing attack
showed up in the second
half as Venice (6-2, 1-1)
coasted to a 45-29 win
over the Lions (6-2).
Terry Polk was held to
40 yards on 10 carries in
the first half, but the ju-
nior erupted for 196 yards
and three touchdowns
in the final two quarters.
Likewise, quarterback
Kale Youtzy tallied 151
of his 240 yards on the
ground in the second
half. Youtzy also ran for
three touchdowns. Polk
attributed the Indians'
slow start to the team
coming out flat.
"We didn't come out
prepared," he said. "We
thought it was going to
be easier than it was.
When we came out in the
second half we fixed all of
the problems and it went
smooth after that."
Venice had to deal
with bad field position
throughout the first half
as well. The Indians
started four drives inside
their own 15-yard line,
including three inside the


10. Venice head coach
John Peacock chose to
play it conservatively and
rely on his stingy defense.
"It affected the playcall-
ing and what we were try-
ing to do," said Peacock.
"You can get in a situation
where you're trying to win
the game from the 2-yard
line in the first quarter
and you end up losing it.
So I wanted to make sure
we played it safe."
The Indians defense
rewarded their coach's
faith with an outstanding
performance against the
Lions pass-heavy of-
fense led by Sean White,
Broward County's leading
passer. White was 7-14 for
109 yards and a touch-
down in the first half, as
the Indians pass rush
consistently harassed
the highly touted signal
caller.
Peacock said of White,
"He's the leading passer
in Broward County, so I
thought we did pretty well
against the pass. Even the
plays they were successful
on were broken plays.
They're a good football
team. They're going to
do some damage (in the
playoffs)."
The Lions took a 7-0
lead onWhite's 6-yard
pass to Demarco Haynes
on the first play of the
second quarter. Venice
answered quickly as
Youtzy's 58-yard run
down the right sideline
set up his 1-yard keeper


that evened the score.
Stone Wilson's 45-yard
field goal with three
seconds left in the quarter
gave Venice the lead at
halftime.
Venice opened up
a 10-point lead on its
opening possession of the
second half as Polk cut
hard to his left and outran
the Lions secondary for a
51-yard score.
Polk said, "Everybody
flowed one way, and I
cut back because it was a
counter and went straight
down the sideline."
The Venice defense
continued to neutralize
White and the Lions, and
Youtzy broke loose for a
64-yard run to set up his
second touchdown of
the game, a 2-yard sneak.
Venice led 24-7 after three
quarters.
Chaminade trimmed
the lead to 24-13 on the
first play of the final
quarter as White hooked
up with Alex Thomas on a
62-yard deep ball. Venice
responded on the ensu-
ing drive as Polk scored
on a 3-yard run just two
minutes later to make
the score 31-13. Polk's
45-yard run on an option
pitch from Youtzy was the
key play of the drive.
The Indians continued
to mash the Lions on
the ground, and Polk's
24-yard score with 6:47
remaining gave Venice
a comfortable 38-13
lead. The teams would


SUN PHOTO BY JUSTIN FENNELL
Venice quarterback Kale Youtzy stiff arms a defender during the Indians'45-29 win over
Chaminade. Youtzy ran for 240 yards and three touchdowns.


continue to trade scores
in a fourth period marred
by penalties, but the
game's fate had already
been sealed at that point.
Venice rushed for 355
of its 484 yards in the
second half. It's not the
first time the Indians have
worn down an opponent
with their persistent two-
headed running monster.
"Kale does a nice job
running the option," said
Peacock. "The longer the
game went, the more


they were wearing down.
They're tough to stop.
When they get it going
and it's clicking they're
tough to stop."
Youtzy said, "The offen-
sive line stepped it up this
week. They gave us some
big lanes to run through
so me and Terry hit them
and made the best out of
it. Lots of thanks to the
linemen."
Venice was penalized
12 times for 93 yards,
an uncharacteristically


high number for a team
that usually plays clean,
disciplined football.
Peacock said there will be
an emphasis on that in
practice next week.
"We're going to clean
up the penalties," he said.
Venice hosts Braden
River next Friday. The
Indians will seal a playoff
spot with a win over the
Pirates, who enter both
teams' district finale with
a 1-8 record.
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Venice's Steketee among sailing champions


STAFF REPORT
Years of sailing ex-
perience paid off for
three local women
who won trophies in
the Fall Regatta of the
Venice Women's Sailing
Squadron Oct. 24.
Racing individually
in three types of single-
handed dinghies, the win-
ners were veteran sailors
Lois Steketee ofVenice in
Sunfish, Ann Carroll of
Englewood in International
Optimist Dinghies and
Wendy Murray of Nokomis
in Clearwater Optimist
Prams.
Strong 10-knot winds
out of the northeast
greeted the women as
they launched from Higel
Park onto Roberts Bay.
Five Sunfish racers com-
pleted three races of about
20 minutes each on their
course near where I .S. 41


crosses the bay. With gusts
of 13 knots, the women
fought hard to keep their
boats upright and make
it around the triangular
course on all points of sail.
In the final race two racers
capsized but both were
able to right their 14-foot,
fiberglass vessels and
continue racing.
The fiberglass dinghies
and wooden or fiberglass
prams shared a shorter
course that resulted in
three races of about 10
minutes each. Their 9-foot
boats, with distinctive
blunt prows and small sails,
plowed through the choppy
bay and all stayed right side
up to the sailors' delight,
especially those in the
50-year-old wooden boats.
Next up on the squad-
ron's race schedule is
a Nov. 7 home regatta
against women sailors
from Sarasota, Dunedin


and Treasure Island.
VWSS, nicknamed the
Bitter Ends, sails out
of Higel Park and the
facilities of Venice Youth
Boating Association.
Membership is open to
the public for women
who complete the annual
Learn to Sail Program
in early fall. Go to www.
bitterendsvenice.com for
more info.

Results
Sunfish (five competi-
tors): 1) Lois Steketee,
2) Elin Larsen, 3) Nancy
Marik.
Optimist Dinghies
(seven competitors):
1) Ann Carroll, 2) Judy
Karr, 3) Lynn Paul.
Clearwater Prams
(six competitors):
1) Wendy Murray,
2) Miriam Staveley,
3) Karen Williams.


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A gust of wind nearly capsizes winner Lois Steketee, but she holds on to preserve her victory.
Steketee won all three Sunfish races.


Center For Sight takes 3rd straight world title


STAFF REPORT

The Center For Sight
Senior Softball team
captured the World
Masters Championship
for the third consecutive
year in Las Vegas earlier
this month.
Playing at the four-
day tournament at Big
League Dreams Sports
Park, Center For Sight
was seeded second at the
conclusion of pool play.


The team, managed
by Hall of Famer Jack
Hudson, cruised to a
29-11 win over Tiodage
D-99 (California) in the
opening game of the
double-elimination tour-
nament. Center For Sight
hit .860 and scored five
runs the maximum
allowed per inning in
five of its six turns at bat.
Ted Battistone, Roger
Thresher, Russ Booth
and Ted Shulty all went


4 for 4, and Jack Lewis
added a home run.
Center For Sight's
next game was a nail-
biting 10-9 win over the
national champions,
the Arizona Prospectors
80. With the game tied
at nine in the seventh
inning, Hugh Brotherton
led off with a triple. Ed
Schultz's single brought
Brotherton home to
score the game-winning
run. Battistone and


Booth were again perfect
at the dish, and Ferrell
Sparks hit a triple.
The Prospectors earned
a rematch with Center For
Sight in the championship
game after dominating
the losers bracket.
Unlike most sequels,
this one was better than
the original.
Center For Sight
jumped out to a 19-7
lead, but the Prospectors


scored five in the third
and fourth innings to
trim the deficit to 19-17.
Center For Sight scored
three insurance runs in
the top of the sixth, with
Jerry Jones' triple igniting
the bats. Arizona got its
leadoff man on base in
the bottom half of the
inning, but Center For
Sight turned a double
play that thwarted
Arizona's rally.


Jones was named
Center For Sight's MVP
and Battistone, Thresher,
Sparks, Brotherton
and Ray Rogers earned
All-Tournament honors.
Each of Center For Sight's
14 players hit more
than .500 during the
tournament.
The team will be back in
action in November at the
Winter Nationals, which
take place in Fort Myers.


STAFF REPORT

The Venice Area Youth
Soccer Association
kicked off its season last
weekend. More than 250
players are participating
in the 2012 VAYSA/YMCA
fall recreational season.
Rec soccer is a fun, safe


environment for kids to
stay active and discover
if they have an interest in
the sport. All teams are
coed.
There are 38 teams,
for players ranging
from 5-13, in the VAYSA
program. Teams practice
once a week and play


on Saturday (no score
is kept). All games and
practices are held at 1251
Pinebrook Road in Venice.
VAYSA also has a com-
petitive travel program
with 10 teams and more
than 150 players.
For more information,
visit VeniceSoccer.org.


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HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL



Indians rally, win district in five games


By ROB SMITH
SPORTS EDITOR
"I told them if there's
any team I've had that
would come back from
0-2, it was this team."
Those were the pro-
phetic words of Venice
head volleyball coach
Brian Wheatley to his Lady
Indians after they dropped
the first two games of the
7A-District 11 champion-
ship game at Manatee
Thursday night.
Venice (24-3) won its
11th straight district
crown and its 17th in
19 years with a thrilling,
come-from-behind 23-
25, 18-25, 25-23, 25-22,
15-6 victory over the
Hurricanes (24-3).
The Indians came out of
the gates strong, opening
game one with a 9-2 run
that included three kills
and an ace by sophomore
Lauren Mattmuller. The
tide quickly changed,
however, as Manatee re-
sponded with a 16-4 run.
The Hurricanes' size and
athleticism posed prob-
lems early on, as Manatee
tallied eight blocks in the
first two games. After clos-
ing out game one with a
25-23 win, the Hurricanes
were dominant in taking
game two 25-18. Manatee's
already-raucous crowd saw
blood in the water, and
Wheatley took his squad
out of the gym and into an
outer stairwell for what the
coach described as "a nice
coach-to-player talk."
"We weren't going for
it, and that's the way we
practiced (Wednesday),"
said Wheatley. "I remind-
ed them what Venice
volleyball is about."
Senior Taylor Jais said
of the impromptu team
meeting, "We had to
dig deep, look inside
and figure out how far
we want to go and how


hard we want to work.
We came out in the third
game and went as hard
as we could."
Fellow senior Danika
Yoder added, "It was more
of a pep talk. Wheatley is
known for his great pep
talks. He has a way of
getting us ready for every
single point."
Despite those efforts,
things looked bleak
when Manatee took a
12-6 lead in the third
game. Wheatley called
timeout and the bleach-
ers rumbled as chants
of 'Man-a-tee!' echoed
throughout the gym.
Then, in keeping with
one of Venice's team
mottos, the Indians
flipped the switch.
A 7-1Venice run tied
game three at 13, and the
Indians eked out a 25-23
win on the strength of a
combined five kills by Holly
Kabana and Gen Beaumier
late in the game. There was
more of the same in game
four, as a series of tactical
changes turned what had
been Manatee blocks in the
first two games into Venice
kills. The Indians tied the
match at two games apiece
on back-to-back kills by
Holly Mattmuller (16 kills,
19 digs).
"It was go time," said
Mattmuller. "We were
getting stronger. The
team was like, 'I have
your back.' So no matter
what, I was going for it."
Wheatley varied the
Indians offense in re-
sponse to Manatee's block-
ing. By putting his players
in different positions, the
Hurricanes were unable
to predict where Venice's
attack was coming from.
By the time game five
rolled around the momen-
tum had clearly shifted to
the Indians, and Manatee's
once-deafening crowd was


muted. Venice controlled
game five from start to fin-
ish. Holly Mattmuller had
four of her 16 kills in the
final game, including the
game-winner on match
point.
Wheatley was con-
fident entering the
decisive fifth game.
"Anything can happen
in a fifth game," he said.
"But we obviously had a
lot of momentum going
into it.
"It's not over till it's over.
Instead of playing not to
lose in the first two games,
we played to win. I'm so
proud of our team for the
way they fought. To come
back from 2-0 in an oppo-
nent's gym, it's amazing."
Jais, whose 23 digs
helped neutralize
Manatee's powerful hit-
ting, said, "Our seniors,
it's our last season. We
weren't even looking at
the scoreboard. I didn't
know the score, I was just
going as hard as I could.
I wasn't letting anything
past me. We knew in our
hearts that we had the
match and we delivered."
Yoder (41 assists, 15
digs) said a combination
of the Indians' improved
passing and Manatee's
fatigue sparked the
turnaround.
"I definitely think they
wore down," saidYoder.
"They're a great blocking
team. One of the things we
did is we upped our pass-
ing in the last few games
and that helped a lot as
far as moving the offense
around setting different
people so (Manatee) didn't
know who we were going
to every time."
Holly Mattmuller
said, "Danika's setting
was awesome. She was
phenomenal."
Beaumier had another
solid game, with 14 kills


and two aces. Venice got
solid contributions from
Victoria Kaiser (17 digs),
Lauren Mattmuller (nine
kills) and Kabana (eight
kills) as well.
Lauren Mattmuller
said, "It was a high-
pressure game. The
team did a really good
job of getting passes
on and getting me the
ball. Danika did a great
job of putting the ball
everywhere. It was an
awesome game for us."
The Indians will play
Wednesday night at the
loser of the Okeechobee/
Martin County match,
which has been postponed
by Hurricane Sandy. Yoder
said the nature of Venice's
win could propel the team
to a deep postseason run
in the state playoffs.
"It's a great confidence


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The Indians celebrate their district championship win over Manatee.


booster," she said. All
season long we've known
that we can do it and that
we're a very consistent
team when we want to be.
We have the potential to go
really far, so it's a big morale


booster to win this match."
Holly Mattmuller
agreed.
"We have heart. As a
team, we can get through
anything."
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OCTOBER 27, 2012 WEEKEND EDITION


Vendors offer input on local preference policy


By SCOTT LOCKWOOD
STAFF WRITER

More than 50 vendors
who do business with
Sarasota County, or
would like to, gave
input last week on how
the county can better
work with local compa-
nies including what
constitutes a "local"
company.
County officials
invited vendors to a
workshop on the local
vendor preferences or-
dinance, which will be
part of the overhauled
Procurement Code.
"We've always had
local preference -
we're just modifying it
so that it's easier for the
vendors to figure out
if they qualify and it's
easier for the county
to validate local bid-
ders," said Ted Coyman,
county procurement
official.
"It's a good policy


that will keep the tax
credit in the county.
The goal is to help area
businesses and the
community by trying to
do business with local
firms."
The local preference
ordinance was the only
proposed change to the
county's Procurement
Code that was not
adopted last month by
the Sarasota County
Commission. The code
governs how vendors
bid on projects and
services for the county.
Commissioners took
issue with definitions of
residency and the abil-
ity of companies from
outside the area to use
local subcontractors
to qualify for a project
bid. They asked staff
to get input from local
trade organizations.
Coyman said he's
been asked if the "local
preference" should be
for Sarasota County


firms and abutting
counties such as
Manatee, DeSoto and
Charlotte, or expanded
to firms around Florida
and even throughout
the United States.
The county uses tax
forms and utilities and
property appraiser's
records to verify local
vendors. Vendors asked
for a more personal
approach, such as field
trips to verify that firms
are legitimately present
in the county.
"If you're going to
do a local preference
process like you're
currently doing, I
think it should be a
prequalification," said
Kevin Hicks, owner
of Gator Grating and
Paving of Palmetto.
"You do it one time a
year, and you've either
met the requirements
or you haven't. If you
weren't prequalified or
you weren't local but


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at some point earned
local status, you could
reapply."
Vendors also talked
about out-of-area
contractors using local
workers on projects,
and using local vendors
who buy supplies made
out of the area.
"It's only keeping
the money local if the
firms are not actually
sending money to
parent companies
or franchises out of
the area," said Darryl
Snyder, owner of One
Stop Community
Restoration Service in
Sarasota. "You keep
it local when you use
local companies or
barely local companies
who use local workers."
The county uses
what is known as a "10
percent" rule in the
procurement process,


something that has
both angered and
confused vendors in the
past.
The rule states if a
firm is local and its
contract bid is within
10 percent of the total
price of a low bidder
not from the area, the
county reduces the
local vendor's bid to
equal the lowest bidder
so the local firm can be
awarded the project.
Coyman called it "a
matching opportunity."
Vendors discussed
a tiered approach on
how to possibly reduce
the 10 percent rule,
including lowering
the bar to 5 percent or
2 percent.
They also tried
to figure out ways
to implement the
rule, different ways
of validating local


contractors and whether
the rule could apply to
subcontractors.
Coyman said
the Procurement
Department will take
ideas suggested by the
vendors to the county
commission, likely next
month.
He said if the com-
missioners are ready
to decide on the local
preference element, he
will bring the revised
Procurement Code to
them in December.
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941-207-1105
kcool@venicegondolier.com
SUN NEWSPAPERS


OUR TOWN


VENUE 3B


SOUTH TRAIL 4B


Riding


to First


Christian


Church
There is something
comforting about the
notion of writing an
incognito prayer request
on a piece of paper and
sending it into a prayer
center. This would be in
addition to praying for
yourself, of course.
I learned recently
that First Christian
Church, 1100 Center
Road, is building a
temporary prayer wall
on its property and will
allow people to stop by
and write their prayer
requests on it. That
sounds a little bit like
the paper request.
Nearby Venice
Christian School will
bring students in its art
class to post pictures
they've been working
very hard on, on the
wall. They will add their
favorite Bible stories
and prayers for their
families.
The wall will be
available throughout the
week for anyone to stop
by and write out their
favorite scripture verses
and prayer requests, or
just be silent and pray.
On Saturday, Nov. 3,
prayer warriors at the
church will pray over all
the requests through-
out the day during the
"Revive" festival the
church is planning.
The Rev. David Miller,
pastor of FCC, said the
prayer wall is a "visual
of a reality we some-
times forget about."
He said people often
say they will pray for
someone or will send
good thoughts out for
someone in need, but
leave it at that.
"They don't really say
a prayer," he said.
He said the wall will
be a reminder to actu-
ally do something about
it.
"There is a pilgrimage
piece about it; people
will have a place to go
to pray," Miller said.
"Many will pass the wall
and not stop and write
a prayer. But when they
see it and read the sign
that mentions it, they
will remember to pray."
The festival will run
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
and will include music
by the church's praise
team; Higher Ground;
Greater Holy Temple
of Nokomis; The Lift
Church band, Adoration;
and the Venice
Elementary School
choir.
Prayer will be held
every hour on the hour
from the stage, and
those offering prayer
will be from the same
churches that were
involved in One Christ
Won City, according
to Ken Wagner, media
tech, who organized the
event.
BLACKWELL 15


Volunteer service honored today


STAFF REPORT County Robin Blair.
Literacy Volunteers
For "Make A Program Coordinator
Difference Day," Oct. 27, Leslie Yard said it is an
the Venice Gondolier all-volunteer organiza-
Sun is recognizing tion with 130 volunteers
one of our own Venice in South Sarasota
volunteers from Literacy County who actively
Volunteers of Sarasota tutor students, with 75


of those from the Venice,
Nokomis and Osprey
area.
According to Yard,
Blair is one of those ded-
icated volunteers who
takes the time to tutor
others and also provides
help and resources for


other tutors as well.
"This organization is
close to her heart, and
we are happy she will
be getting a pat on the
back," Yard said. "It is so
much deserved."
We have many Our
Town Heroes like Robin


Blair, making a differ-
ence and changing lives.
If your organization has
a special volunteer you'd
like us to spotlight, let us
know by contacting Lou
Kennedy at lkennedy@
venicegondolier.com or
941-207-1110.


Literacy Volunteers is changing lives


By LOU KENNEDY
RELIGION EDITOR

After six-plus years
tutoring in homes and at
the Venice Public Library
with Literacy Volunteers
of South Sarasota
County, Robin Blair has
gained special insight
into the struggles and
limitations of her adult
students who come to
the United States with
limited or no English
skills.
"They come for love.
They come for oppor-
tunity. But regardless of
why they come, it's an
incredible step to take
in a person's life," Blair
said. "It's hard to realize
what they go through
for those of us who have
never done it."
It isn't only the
language barrier her
students are up against.
Everything is unfamiliar
and different from
home. So in addition
to teaching English
skills, Blair helps
students understand
American behavior
patterns and customs
so they will feel more
comfortable living and
communicating in their
communities.
"When I see people
come to America hav-
ing very few English
skills and continue
speaking their own
native language, their
lives are very limited.
It's sad," Blair said.
"When I see people
with English skills who
feel comfortable speak-
ing English and can be
understood and under-
stand others, their lives
get richer and more
rewarding."
One of the first steps
at Literacy Volunteers is
to interview those who
come for help, finding
out what they want and
what their goals are.
Do they want a job?
Do they want to ask
questions at the grocery
store or understand
what the doctor has
told them? Do they
want to learn to read
and write?
For Trang Nguyen, a
Vietnamese woman who
married an American,
her major goal was to
become a United States
citizen. Not meeting any
Vietnamese during her
three and a half years
here, she lived only in
an English-speaking
world. Because of this,
according to Blair,
Nguyen had a better
chance of achieving her
goals.
"Trang is very hard-
working," Blair said.
"With little English
she tackled an English
driver's manual and got
her driver's license so
she could drive to work.
This is huge."
After taking the
citizenship course at
Literacy Volunteers and
studying many hours,
Nguyen took the exam
a few weeks ago, passed
it and was sworn in as a


PHOTO COURTESY OF LITERACY VOLUNTEERS
Completing the September tutor training course at Literacy Volunteers are Back row: Joyce Cerny, Bonnie Boynton, Olga Stasiuk,
David Jack, Jack Young, Bill Cabana and Dan Smith. Front row: Paula Gray and Anna Crimi. The next tutor training will be in
December.


United States citizen on
Friday.
"This is a joyous
event," Blair said. "We're
so proud of her."
Blair is retired from
a writing, commu-
nications and public
relations career, but
emphasizes that you
do not have to have
this kind of back-
ground to become a
volunteer tutor. What
is needed, she said, is
flexibility, empathy and
understanding.
Program Coordinator
Leslie Yard will gladly
sign you up for the next
tutor volunteer 12-hour
training course held on
Dec. 1 and 8, and will
explain that no prior
teaching experience or
knowledge of a language
other than English is
needed. She may also
introduce you to the
many other creative
ways you can help at
Literacy Volunteers,
such as interviewing
students, assisting with
administrative duties
and utilizing financial,
computer and fundrais-
ing expertise.
Literacy Volunteers
truly changes people's
lives. If you want to
make a difference in the
community, give her a
call.
"I've watched people
come in over a two- or
three-year span and just
blossom really being
able to hold their own in
this country," Blair said.
"They become confi-
dent, get things done for
themselves and begin to
live the life they came
here for."
The Literacy
Volunteers of South
Sarasota County of-
fice is located at the
Venice Public Library,
300 S. Nokomis Ave.,
941-488-8994.


SUN PHOTO BY AUDREY BLACKWELL
Leslie Yard, left, program coordinator for Literacy Volunteers of South Sarasota County, meets
with newly trained tutor, Jean Ozimek. The next tutor training course is planned for Dec. 1 and
Dec. 8.


SUN PHOTO BY KIM COOL
Formerly of Vietnam, Trang Nguyen, left, gets help with English skills from tutor Robin Blair
of Literacy Volunteers at the Venice Public Library. Nguyen took an oath recently to become an
American citizen.


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United Feline Organization cat show set for Nov. 3


STAFF REPORT
United Feline
Organization will
hold its fall cat show,
"Giving Thanks Cat
Show," Saturday, Nov. 3,
9 a.m.-4 p.m., at South


Venice Civic Center, 720
Alligator Drive.
Judges from around
Florida will be on hand
to judge the best of the
Venice area's feline friends
with a view to earning
International Awards for


the year 2012-13.
The public is invited
not just to view these
beautiful cats, but to
enter their favorite feline
as well the judges
also rank cats in the
Household Pet category.


So don't be intimi-
dated by the contest's
Champion lines; UFO re-
spects the virtues of the
family pet and pampered
"extended family," and it
honors these household
pets with awards and


achievement ribbons.
Entry for cats closes
Nov. 1, so call941-358-5417
for information on entering
your pet or any other ques-
tions you might have.
Lynda O'Neal, of
Bradenton, UFO president,


the show chair, is available
for questions at llal@
comcast.net, 954-983-
3264. Colleen Hertzler, of
Hollywood, Fla., assistant,
can be reached at 941-753-
8637, chertzler@tampabay.
it.com.


Community Foundation


has money for you


STAFF REPORT
The Community
Foundation at the Venice
Golf & County Club has
money for your organiza-
tion but you must act fast.
Grant applications
must be in by Nov. 16,
which is just weeks away.
A total of $40,000 will
be given to area nonprofit
groups. The maximum
gift will be $3,000. Eligible
organizations may submit
requests to fund projects in


PHOTO COURTESY OF THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
AT THE VENICE GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB
Grant recipients received more than $210,000 the past seven
years from the Community Foundation of the Venice Golf and
Country Club.


social services, cultural en-
richment, education, health
or environmental areas.
The foundation
presented 99 grants total-
ing $210,000 in its first
seven years, foundation
spokesman Steve Wilner
said recently.


The area served by the
foundation includes Venice
and the adjacent com-
munities of Englewood,
Laurel, Nokomis, North
Port and SouthVenice,
according to a release from
the foundation.
Awards will be presented


during a luncheon at the
club at a later date.
Information and
application forms are
available online at www.
vgccfoundation.org.
Email: kcool@venicegondolier.com


Hearing loss workshops on tap


By AUDREY BLACKWELL
ASSISTANT FEATURES EDITOR
Three workshops to
explain hearing loss and
give tips for remedying
hearing problems will
be held early next year
by Community Center
for the Deaf and Hard of
Hearing.
The free work-
shops will include a


complimentary lunch
and be held in the con-
ference room at Northern
Trust Bank, 901 Venetia
Bay Blvd., Venice, from
10:30 a.m. to noon. Joan
Haber, certified hearing
loss support specialist
and certified peer men-
tor, will facilitate.
On Tuesday, Jan. 8,
Haber will talk about
understanding hearing


loss and the meaning of
an audiogram test. The
Tuesday, Jan. 22 work-
shop will cover strategies
to improve communica-
tion and how one can
advocate for himself.
Finally, Haber will talk
about hearing aids,
cochlear implants and
using assistive listening
devices Feb. 5.
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Collector Car Show


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Saturday, November 10, 2012 9AM--1P

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"Big Red" Blood Donor Bus and
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* RELIGION

* SATURDAY
Shabbat Services,
October 27,10:00 am 2:00 pm
2169 S Tamiami Trail, Venice,
941-493-2770.

* SUNDAY
Fellowship Sun Srvs, FC
Worship Srv @ 9 &10:30am @ LBHS
2201 Placida Rd. Come hear Pastor
Garry & Fellowship Band in both srvs.
475-7447
Spirit Led Worship, 10 AM,
Fisherman's Net Church & Revival
Center, 1101 S. Tamiami Trail, Venice,
FL 34285, 941-223-1180

GOVERNMENT

* SATURDAY
Venice Democrats, Venice
Dems. Strategies for Victory in
2012. Speaker: Rita Ferrandino. 620
Shamrock Blvd. Venice Free 10:30 am
12:30 pm

* EVENTS

* SATURDAY
Golf Tournament, 7:30 reg
8:30 shotgun 4 person scramble $65@
Buffet lunch & prizes 941 480-9390 or
foreverfriendsministryinc@verizon.net


Veterans Golf Open, 8 am
shotgun start, Capri Isles, Steak lunch
following at American Legion, $60 pp.
door prizes and raffles. Call for details
941-485-4748
Halloween Bash, Miss
Venice FastPitch is hosting a
Halloween Bash with fun activities/
great food. Oct 27th 8am-5pm @
Venice Wellfield.
Howl'n Costume Parade,
Canine Costume Parade; Sat. Oct 27;
Centennial Park/Venice, Register 9AM;
Parade @10AM, $10/entry;
Call 484-7297
Yoga for Everyone,
9 -10:15am,251 So Tamiami Tr,
941-539-9149, Cost: $10.00, Walk-ins
Welcome
Low Vision Fair, Get
information for the low visioned.
10:00am-2:00pm Jac Library 4143
Woodmere Park Blvd Ven 861-5000
Zumba/Yoga Mary
Lynn, Sat, Oct 27 @ 10:30 am
with Yumi, 417 S Tamiami Tr
34285/941-685-8445.Cost $8 &
Discounts avail
Monsters and Ghosts,
Scary stories, ghoulish take-home
crafts, refreshments. Limitof 10.
Ages 8 -11. Register online at www.
sclibs.net
Monsters for Tweens,
10/27/12 2 3:30 pm, Jacaranda Lib
4143 Woodmere Pk Blv Venice ages
8 11 reg req


Fall Outdoor Movie, Bring
blankets & chairs FREE Fall Movie
Casper the Friendly Ghost Centennial
Park 6-10:30pm Kari Battaglia
941-270-1851.
Halloween Party, Dinner/
Dancing, Music by Sonny&Sable,
Costumes required, 6-10pm, Italian
American Club, 493-8883
Ballroom Classes,
Starting Nov. 7 6:30 advance
7:30 beginner/intermediate
Venice Community Ctr for info call
941-496-9692

* SUNDAY
Live Long HealthFair,
10/28,11 to 3 2375 Seaboard Ave.15
+ exhibitors. Free health screen
by VRMC. Free food, prizes, bounce
house/games
Children's Halloween,
Food Prizes Treats Pony Rides, Children
10 yrs & under, Costumes required,
1-3pm, Italian American Club,
493-8883
Choice at Risk, Film (Emmy)
by D Fadiman Talk Q&A history/current
situation re reproductive rights 3PM
1971 PinebrookVen 445-4859

* MONDAY
2013 Medicare Update,
10:00-11:00am-401 N. Indiana Ave.
Englewood. Discuss the 4 Parts of
Medicare, and 2013 benefits. Info
941-223-5592


In order to provide"one-stop shopping"for area
event listings, the Venice Gondolier Sun is consoli-
dating calendar items into a single location. The
Venue calendar includes library, senior, Well-Being
and religion events as well as community events.
We have moved to a reader-submission model for
all of these items.
To get your events printed in the newspaper, they
must be submitted via our website, www.venice-
gondoliersun.com. On the left, click on "Community
Calendar,"then click on "Submit Event"and fill in
the appropriate fields. You must enter the location,
address and phone number in the "Print Edition Text"
box for it to print.


the deadline is 1 p.m. Monday. For events to run in
Saturday's paper, the deadline is 1 p.m. Thursday.
In order to print as many events as possible, we
will print a maximum of four lines per event at no
cost. You may purchase additional space for $10
per day, per event, per edition. Simply choose"Paid
Listing"on the"Submit Event" page on the website.
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Hyman Jazz Exhibit, The
Virtuoso of Venice-Jazz Artistry of
Dick Hyman Exhibit; Venice Museum
& Archives, 351 Nassau St. S, Venice,
486-2487
2013 Medicare Update,
2:00-3:00pm-401 N. Indiana Ave.
Englewood. Discuss the 4 Parts of
Medicare, and 2013 benefits. Info
941-223-5592 2013
Yoga for You, 9-10:15am,
251 So Tamimi Tr, 941-539-9149, Cost:
$10.00, Walk-ins Welcome
Volunteers needed,
United Way free income tax service.
Free training starting soon. Contact
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"Glorious" Rehearsal,
Suncoast Chorale "Glorious Christmas"
Rehearsal. 6:45PM, 4365 St. Road


776, Venice. Consider joining us!
888-326-8403
Ladies' barbershop,
Oct. 29 at 6:45PM. Ladies rehearsal
at United Church of Christ in Venice
on 620 E. Shamrock Blvd. 480-1480
Join us

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Hyman Jazz Exhibit, The
Virtuoso of Venice-Jazz Artistry of
Dick Hyman Exhibit; Venice Museum
& Archives, 351 Nassau St. S, Venice,
486-2487
Intro to Croquet, Join
us for a free fun-filled day of
croquet on the lawns Lucaya and
Pinebrook, Venice Fl at 10 am. Info:
941-882-0840
Baby Rhyme & Sign,
10-30-12 10:15 -11 am, Jacaranda


Lib 4143 Woodmere Pk Blv Venice
newborn 2, it will include songs,
baby sign language, a book and
playtime. 861-5000
Tai Chi for Health, Tai
Chi, Venice Comm. Ctr., Room G.
10:30-11:30 AM, Tues/Thurs, $6.00/
class. 941-492-2167
eHelp, Get help with your
online problems 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm
Jacaranda Lib 4143 Woodmere Park
Blvd Ven 861-5000
Afternoon Movies, Enjoy
watching free movies. 2:00 p.m.
to 5:00 p.m. Jacaranda Lib 4143
Woodmere Park Blvd Ven 861-5000
Bingo @ Elks, Game 6-8pm
10 games. $1 per game + $1 BOZO,
Venice-Nokomis Elks, 486-1854.
Specials + Burgers etc. Dinner
5-7pm.


Grant applications available


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FROM PAGE 7


FROM ROTARY CLUB OF
LAKEWOOD RANCH

Grant applications for
501(c)(3) organizations
that meet eligibility
guidelines are available
from Rotary Club of
Lakewood Ranch.
Grants are made
possible by funds raised
at the annual Suncoast


I COMMUNITY BRIEFS


Howl'n Halloween
The Humane Society
of Sarasota County's
fourth annual Howl'n
Halloween Canine
Costume Parade kicks
off at 9 a.m. at the
Centennial Park gazebo
in Venice Oct. 27. For
more information, call
941-484-7297.

Halloween
movie night
"Casper, The Friendly
Ghost" will be shown
for free Saturday,
Oct. 27, 6:30-10:30 p.m.,
at Centennial Park in
downtown Venice as an
early Halloween treat.
The movie starts at dusk.
Bring blankets and chairs
to this family event
presented by the Venice
Area Board of Realtors.
Bike raffles will benefit
the VABR Habitat for
Humanity fund. Popcorn,
candy, hot dogs and
drinks will be sold.





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Food & Wine Fest, the
largest fundraising activ-
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year's Wine Fest will take
place Saturday, Nov. 10,
at the Sarasota Polo
Grounds. For tickets, go
to http://www.suncoast
foodandwinefest.com.
Rotarians contribute
thousands of hours
to make the event a


Ghost tours
Learn about haunted
buildings in Venice and
the city's colorful history
during a ghost tour with
local author Kim Cool.
As part of the city's
85th anniversary cel-
ebration, Cool, who has
written ghost books and
travel books, will lead
one-hour tours of his-
toric downtown Venice
on Monday, Oct. 29 at
3 p.m., 4 p.m. and 5 p.m.,
and on Tuesday, Oct. 30
at 3 p.m., 4 p.m. and
7 p.m. Spaces for the
tours are limited and
filling fast. Cost is $15
per person. For required
reservation, call Pam
Johnson, 941-486-2626,
ext. 24005.

Halloween parade
Everyone is invited
to march in the annual
Halloween Costume
Parade Wednesday,
Oct. 31, at 4:30 p.m.

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numerous charities,
selected through the
grant application process
open to all area 501(c)(3)
charities, are selected to
be grant recipients of the
net proceeds.
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MainStreet. The parade
will start at Centennial
Park. Kids can arrive at
4 p.m.

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Tampa Ave., Venice.
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Lakewood Ranch is
proud to have funded
more than $975,000 in
requests to more than
70 organizations during
the first 10 years of the
Suncoast Food & Wine
Fest.
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application, go to
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andwinefest.com and


be no performance on
Thanksgiving, Nov. 22,
and the Saturday
performance on Nov. 24
will be at 2 p.m. instead
of 8 p.m. Tickets are
on sale now ($13-$15
for students; $25-$28
for adults) at www.
venicestage.com or
by contacting the box
office, at 941-488-1115.
Discounted rates are


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after the listed date will
not be accepted. Grants
must be in hand by that
date, not postmarked by
that date.
For more informa-
tion, call Laurie Haberg,
Rotary Club of Lakewood
Ranch Ways and Means
Chair, at 941-358-2068.



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family fun day Saturday,
Nov. 3, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., at
the Venice Arena, 1401
South Ringling Drive,
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WEEKEND EDITION
OCTOBER 27, 2012


SOUTH TRAIL


CONTACT US
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SUN NEWSPAPERS


Funeral home marks 40 years in business


By CLINTON BURTON
STAFF WRITER
Forty years in busi-
ness is good. Forty
years in a business that
everyone goes out of
their way to avoid? That's
extraordinary.
From 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. Nov. 1, Lemon
Bay Funeral Home and
Cremation Services will
celebrate 40 years in
business in the same
location, no less with
an open house.
In 1971, funeral direc-
tors Steve Annecone
and Bob Brady bought a
"junk shop" at the end of
West Dearborn Street in
Englewood.
"Originally, in the
1920s, it was a grocery
store owned by Jack
and Margaret Tate,"
Annecone said. "We took
over the building in late
1971 to do the remodel-
ing, and opened in 1972."
Brady since has passed
away, and Annecone's
second partner, Ray
Williams, has retired.
"He still comes in from
time to time," Annecone
said.
After a period of
corporate ownership, the
funeral home was pur-
chased by Mike Uselton
of Punta Gorda in 2005,
according to Lemon Bay
Funeral Home Manager
Scott Daughenbaugh,
also a funeral director.
"We're part of a four-
funeral-home chain. We


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have our own cemetery,
Gulf Pines Memorial
Gardens, between here
and Venice," he said. "We
have our own crematory
that is staffed by our own
employees."
The funeral home has
no connection to Lemon
Bay Cemetery.
"That's a very common
question," Steve Jones,
another funeral director
at Lemon Bay, said.
Annecone's not quite
ready to retire, but
says he leaves most of
the work to Jones and
Daughenbaugh.
"I still come in, but I
don't do much," he said.
He will attend funerals
or visitations, especially
if he's known the family
for a while.
"We're seeing some
families that we first
served 30 years ago or
40 years ago, and that's
where your business is,
really," he said. "If you
do a good job, people
are going to come back,
whether it's a funeral
home or a repair shop."
"And you've only got
one shot with people
to give them what they
want the first time,"
Daughenbaugh said.
Jones said it's most
important to understand


the difficult situation
their customers are in.
"You're working with
people on what is the
worst day of their life,"
he said. "This business
isn't for everyone."
Although the basics of
the funeral home business
- like customer service
- haven't changed much
in the 40 years Lemon Bay
Funeral Home has been
open, there are aspects
that Annecone never
could have predicted four
decades ago.
"We are a 40-year-old
business, but we are a
40-year-old, up-to-date
business," he said.
The company has
embraced the Internet
with a multifunctional
website on which people
can write condolences to
the family of a loved who
has passed away, and a
Facebook page. Friends
and family of the de-
ceased can bring photos
to the funeral home, and
staff then will transfer
them to a DVD, set the
DVD to music and play it
at the visitation.
"People, especially
younger people are
getting more savvy.
They'll shop around (for
a funeral home) on the
Internet," he said. "The


PHOTO PROVIDED
Once a grocery store, as shown in this 1947 photograph, the location that is now Lemon Bay Funeral
Home and Cremation Services has been a part of the Englewood landscape since the 1920s.


younger people think out
of the box."
Many are shunning
traditional funeral ser-
vices in favor of services
that celebrate the life of,
rather than mourn the
death of, the deceased.
Lemon Bay employs cel-
ebrants staff members
who help the family plan
the kind of service they
feel is most appropriate.
"This is a people
business, but it's the only
business no one wants to
use," Annecone said.
Refreshments will be
served at the open house
Nov. 1, and a raffle will be
held for a 42-inch color
television and gift cards
fromWalmart and Publix.
Email: cburton@sun-herald.com


COURTESY PHOTO


Lemon Bay Funeral Home and Cremation Services will celebrate
40 years in business with an open house from 10 a.m to 4 p.m.
on Nov. 1.


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Eric Enrique, right, of Melbourne and Dean Long of Venice were first and second place winners in
the mens' stand-up paddleboard surf division Oct. 20 during the World Paddle Association's Race
Around Palm Island. About 60 people competed from around Florida.



At right: Four of the top
finishers in the paddleboard
Race Around Palm Island
include Dale Rudischhauser
of Sarasota, Eric Enrique of
Melbourne, Cheryl Rigano of
Englewood and Dean Long
of Venice. They are shown
here relaxing after the race
at Hooked On SUP. Almost 60
racers from around Florida
competed in the World Paddle
Association event.


CAP supports


Buchan Fly-in

PHOTO PROVIDED
Members of the Charlotte County Composite Squadron and
Venice Cadet Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol supported the
sixth annual Buchan Aviation Fly-in Oct. 13 in Englewood.
Vintage biplanes, helicopters, experimental aircraft, Cessnas
and Pipers flew in from around the area for a fun day. CAP
used the occasion to recruit senior members, pilots and
cadets. Proceeds from the breakfast and other activities
support the Lemon Bay High School Aviation Scholarship
Fund. CAP is the auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force. Donations
may be sent to 28000 A21 Airport Road, Punta Gorda, FL
33982-2452 or 1515 Tamiami Trail South, Suite 2, Venice, FL
34285. Pictured are Lt. James Lanza, Capt. Melody Clancy,
Cadet Michelle Theriault and Maj. Earle Bretz.


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WEEKEND EDITION OCTOBER 27, 2012


Grandparents share ideas and joy


By NICK MILANO
SUN CORRESPONDENT

Norma Brown is
offering support for a
group of people who,
like her, are struggling
to cope with the fact
they are raising their
grandchildren.
"There's a kind of
feeling of aloneness
when this happens to
you," said Brown. "You


feel like you're the only
person going through the
problem you're facing
but you're not."
Her support group
is called Grandparents
Raising Grandchildren,
and it meets the second
Monday of each month
at Trinity Presbyterian
Church on State Road
776 from 10 to 11:30 a.m.
"We meet to share
about our lives," said


Brown. "We gain comfort
and support from each
other."
The relatively new
group has been meeting
for three months, Brown
said, and currently only
about five people attend
at any one time. Brown
said she knows there are
many more than five
grandparents in the area
who are in that situation,
however.


At its meetings,
members of the group
discuss one another's
situation and share
ideas that may help
other grandparents rais-
ing their grandchildren.
They can range from
how to get a grandson
to eat his vegetables to
legal information about
being a parent once
again.
There's a food pantry at


the church for grandpar-
ents who may be strug-
gling financially.
"We laugh together,
we cry together," said
Brown, "and we come
away encouraged."
The people meet
not just to go through
the struggle of raising
children as grandparents
but also to share the joy
they feel, according to
Brown.


"It's just a joy to have
them. It truly is," she
said. "Even though our
lives are changed, it's a
new kind of joy."
For more infor-
mation about the
Grandparents Raising
Grandchildren sup-
port group, call Trinity
Presbyterian Church at
941-493-0018.

Email: milano_nick@yahoo.com


Tidewell Hospice admin center to close Nov. 1


By STEVEN J. SMITH
SUN CORRESPONDENT

The North Port
Tidewell Hospice admin-
istration center, 12731
South Tamiami Trail, will
close its doors Nov. 1,
with plans to reopen
elsewhere in the city
early next year, accord-
ing to David Glaser,
Tidewell's director of
communications.
"We certainly will con-
tinue to serve all of our
patients in town," Glaser


said. "The plan is to look
for a new site starting at
the beginning of the new
year."
Tidewell's purpose is
to foster the advance-
ment of hospice care
and palliative services
to patients and families
living with advanced
illness. The organiza-
tion offers a variety
of benefits, including
pain control, symptom
management, personal
care, emotional and
spiritual support,


pharmacy, home
medical equipment,
children's services, grief
support and more.
Glaser said staff at
the current site has
experienced prob-
lems with building
maintenance, and has
expressed some safety
concerns.
"There have been
some police issues
and things in that area
that they're not real
comfortable with," he
said. "We've also had


Travel tech: Track your valuables


By ROSS WERLAND
CHICAGO TRIBUNE

Name: Garmin GTU 10
GPS Locator
What it is: A GPS device
about 3 inches long and
an inch wide that you
can track via computer or
smartphone.
How it works: Attach
the device to a dog, a
suitcase, a bike, a car,
a marathoner, a child,
a husband, a wife -
whatever you want to
track. When you want
to see where the device
is, you simply call up
the my.garmin.comWeb
page or go to the Android
or iPhone app and click
to locate the device on
a map. After purchase,
you must register and
activate your locator.
Some online reviews said
this was a touchy pro-
cess; I had no problem.


BLACKWELL
FROM PAGE 1
There will be family-
style games such as corn
toss and ring toss, a
bounce house and craft
vendors from all over.
About 20 vendors have
already signed up, many
of whom had booths at
Sun Fiesta. There will be
kettle corn, hot fudge
and children's clothing
for sale, to name a few
items.


To maintain an account
after one year costs
about $50.
The good: I tracked
my wife's car (with her
permission) in a subur-
ban setting and was able
to follow her movements
so closely that I could
even tell when she had
to stop for a traffic light
on the way to work and
whether she was break-
ing the speed limit. By
creating what Garmin
calls a geofence, I also
received email notifica-
tion whenever her car
entered or exited a given
area. The device worked
so well that I was able to
deduce when she went
to Burger King for lunch.
(She said she got a salad.)
Despite its implications
for familial espionage,
I can see great travel
applications for this, such
as when you let your teen

CathyWilson, an
event coordinator, said
many of the vendors
will donate a portion
of their proceeds to the
church for its outreach
programs.
A food truck will sell
food to hungry people,
and raffle tickets are
being sold at the church
for an iPad, bicycle from
Real Bikes and a $75
dinner at Cassariano
Italian Restaurant.
On Friday, Nov. 2,
6:30 p.m., Joshua Price,


take that school trip and
you know she won't call
often enough or when
you want to track fellow
travelers while on the
road.
The bad: When trying
to track co-workers in a
big-city setting, the GPS
signal was unable to navi-
gate the tall buildings,
so the device reverted
to positioning via cell-
tower signals. This gave
approximate locations
rather than exact GPS
positioning, so the device
can be limited by terrain.
Also, the more notifica-
tions you demand from
the device, the quicker
the battery runs out, but
geofences help conserve
power.
Cost: $199.99
Available from: garmin.
com (and other online
retailers; as always, shop
around)

worship leader at The
Bridge Church and this
year's winner of The
Joy FM's Cell Phone
Superstar contest, will
perform at the FCC. All
are welcome at this free
concert.
For me, that prayer
wall has a lot of ap-
peal. I'll be writing my
requests and helping
to pray for others. Who
knows, maybe I'll see
some of you at the wall.

Email: abladrwell@veniegondolier.com


some leaky roofs and
plumbing issues with
the building that haven't
been taken care of to our
satisfaction."
Glaser said the staff
members headquar-
tered at the North Port
office who comprise
nurses, certified nursing
assistants and social
workers will move
temporarily to Tidewell
Hospice locations in
Venice, Port Charlotte
and Englewood. About
40 staff members will be



Great reviews

for local

author
PHOTO COURTESY OF
ROLAND MARCOTTE
Nokomis resident and
author L. David Marquet
displays his new business
management book, "Turn
the Ship Around! How to
Create Leadership at Every
Level' after a speaking
and book-signing appear-
ance at the Venice Public
Library recently. The book
has generated five stars
on all 54 Amazon reviews
after only being published
in August 2012. Marquet
was a top graduate of the
U.S. Naval Academy and
commanded the subma-
rine USS Santa Fe, earning
numerous awards for
being the most improved
ship in the Pacific and the
most combat-effective ship
in the squadron.


affected by the shut-
down. They serve 140
patients most of them
living in North Port,
with others living in Port
Charlotte, South Venice
and Englewood.
"They'll still serve
their patients in North
Port," he said. "They
just won't have that
office location right
there. We do all home
care in North Port, by
the way. There are no
patients actually in that
building there. It's an


administrative office
where staff meets to
discuss patients, where
documentation is filed,
and where they pick up
their mail. We plan to be
in a new office as soon
as possible, in a North
Port location that's
more suitable for us."
For more informa-
tion about Tidewell
Hospice and its mission,
visit www.tidewell.org.
To learn more about the
North Port office, call
941-564-1400.


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MIKE YOUNG

Do religion and

politics mix?
The president is a Protestant. His GOP
challenger is a Mormon. BothVP candi-
dates are Catholic, though they don't seem
to agree on a lot.
Does religion belong in the public square?
Should it inform public policy? Help shape
our laws? Influence our priorities? Does reli-
gion belong in (some would gasp!) politics?
Or should religion be kept carefully seques-
tered in the private sphere, a matter between
oneself and the deity of one's choice? Free
exercise, of course, but in the privacy of one's
own home and place of worship.
What is the place of religion in the life of
the body politic?
I have done the invocation prayer for
legislative houses and city councils. I have been
careful to demonstrate nonsectarian, interfaith
prayer. The response? Rarely did anyone notice.
I have been in such august places when
impassioned pastors have delivered highly
sectarian prayers. No difference.
Talk about trivialities!
And yet, I think religion belongs in our
debates and discussions of public policy. The
decisions made there are, after all, about our
deepest commitments. They are about how
we shall set the priorities of the life we all share
together. If that is not religious, nothing is. If
that does not call for the best that our religious
heritages have championed, then we have
truly trivialized religion.
But there is a catch. When religion enters
the public square, it enters with no privi-
leged status. And there's the rub.
Allegations of fact must submit to the
same criteria of judgment as we would
demand of any other speaker in the public
square. Claims of truth must withstand the
same examination we would demand of
any other witness.
And this is not a word against religion,
but a word on its behalf.
The privileged status that some would
claim for religion in public policy debate
does not contribute to the Kingdom, to
wisdom or to effective public policy. Rather, it
contributes to divisiveness, to sloppy critical
thought and public policy that sounds good
but does not do what it claims to do. At best, it
further trivializes authentic religion. At worst,
it threatens idolatry.
Idolatry? Yes! Idols don't have to be
carved statues. When the religious form
becomes more important than the content
and the consequent behavior, that is idola-
try. When the consequences of your actual
behavior are less important than what you
appear to approve of, the appearance has
become an idol. When the truth cannot be
said except in the correct religious lan-
guage, the words have become idolatrous.
In theological school, my theology profes-
sor gave us two final papers to write. The
first was to state our own theology. After we
turned that one in, he gave us the second as-
signment: He said, "Rewrite your paper using
no religious language. If you cannot say it
without religious words, you may not actually
be saying anything." The second one was the
harder, but far more useful, paper to write.
The Rev. Mike Young is the interim
minister of the Unitarian Universalist
Congregation of Venice.

NEW SERVICE TIMES PRINCE OF PEA(
First Baptist LUTHERAN C
v N I cE Worship Service:
9:00AM Classic Service Pastor Paul J
IO:30 AM Modern Service 2222 Englewoc
312 W. Miami Ave, Venice Englewoc
941-485-1314 474-077
www.fbcvenice.org www.princeofpe.


Sugar Bowl Fund lends



a helping hand to families


FROM CATHOLIC CHARITIES

In support of the Sugar
Bowl Fund, an afternoon
of jazz featuring singer
and entertainer Jimmy
Mazz and the Al Hixon
Jazz Group is planned at
2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4, at
the Venice Community
Center.
Proceeds from the event
will go to families in the
area who are experiencing
an economic crisis because
of an emergency medical,
housing or transportation
expense. Two-parent needy
families with children
under the age of 18 are
given one-time assistance
to overcome their crisis,
such as unexpected car
repair, medical and utility
bills or rent or mortgage
payments. The money
goes to the vendor, not the
family.
Catholic Charities,
Diocese of Venice Inc.,
and the five local Knights
of Columbus Councils in
Venice, Englewood, North
Port and Grove City, have
partnered in this important
cause. In 2011, 50 families
with 126 children were
assisted with more than
$25,000.
The Sugar Bowl Fund
was named after the old


PHOTO COURTESY OF AL HIXON JAZZ GROUP
The Al Hixon Jazz Group and singer Jimmy Mazz will entertain in support of the Sugar Bowl Fund at
2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4. The event is sponsored by Catholic Charities, Diocese of Venice and area Knights
of Columbus councils and will be held at Venice Community Center. The fund helps local families
suffering economic hardship. Call 941-496-8181.


household custom to
save for a rainy day by
stuffing a few dollars a
week into a sugar bowl.
These hard times ex-
ist today, but too often
families have no sugar


bowl of savings to help
with temporary unex-
pected expenses and the
number of families in our
communities request-
ing financial assistance
continues to grow.


Tickets are $20 and are
available by calling 941-
496-8181, online at www.
catholiccharitiesdov.org
or at the door.
Sponsorship opportuni-
ties are available.


PHOTO COURTESY OF EMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH


Emmanuel women celebrate 25th anniversary


Prayer and a dramatic portrayal of"Lydia Meets Paul" opened the 25th anniversary of the organization
Women of the Evangelical Lutheran Churches of America, celebrated Oct. 13. The day included an inspiring
talk by Sheri Moehling, president of Mid-Gulf WELCA, and a beautiful 25th-anniversary cake for dessert.

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Worship Service and Youth Religious Education
R Sunday io:3o a'm.
Rev Mike Young, Interim Minister


You're Invited
CHRIST UNITED
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


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 RdJMatthew Currie Ford)
www.vnumc.net
vnumct@davstar.net
Senior Pastor, Glenda J. Brayman'


Fisherman's Net Church
Non-denominational, Spirit-filled
941-223-1180
S Sunday 10AM Service
1101 S. Tamiami Trail, Venice Island
www.fishermansnetchurch.com


nice
Presbyterian
L..Church
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE 10 AMI
Children's Sunday School-10 AM
Loving nursery available
Wednesday Morning Communion-9 AM
488-2258 825 The Rialto, Venice
On the Island, 2 blocks south of
venlcepres.org Venice Regional Medical Center


a MArk's EpiscopAl C(virch
Office: 941-488-7714
508 Riviera Street, Venice (2 blocks west of Vemce Regional Medical Center)
Saturday 5:00 p.m. Holy Communion (contemporary)
Sunday 8:00 a.m. Holy Communion
10:00 a.m. Holy Communion (with nursery)
Wednesday 9:30 a.m. Holy Communion & Healing Service g
The Rev James H Puryear, Rector The Rev Earl Beshears, Assoc. Rector
Visit us on the web at: www.stmarksvenice.org


I Worship with us: Sat. 5 pm Sun. 8:30 & 11 am
Counseling Appointments 926-2959 460314 I

TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE
Bible Fellowship 9 am
iC. ie Worship in the Word 10:15 am


700 Center Rd, Venice (Garden Elementary)
(941) 525-6196


SNewLife
COMMUNITY CENTER
home of 'lteu- .de Asewbl6/ of Qod


www.nlaog.org
941.493.0775


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: Thursdays 6:00 p.m.


t 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
CrsaMr F i93


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:WEEKEND EDITION OCTOBER 27, 2012


ACROSS
1 Paper quantity
5 Low-fat Jack
10 Hitler follower
14 out: gallivant
18 Demeter temple
site
19 "If I Were
Man"
20 Potpourri
21 Comedian Mort
and family
22 Pacino film of an
August P.M.?
25 Skirt fold
26 Most sugary
27 Actress Ada of
yesteryear
28 Food for baleen
whales
29 Links cry
30 Penalized
31 Natural fertilizer
32 Conductors'
wands
35 Modify
36 South Bend
resident
39 Yellowish paint
pigment
40 Holden film of an
August high?
42 F-J connection
43 Hockey star Bobby
44 Abram's wife
46 St. Louis eleven
47 Pony
48 Architect van
der Rohe
50 Cagney film of an
August location?
54 Oar fulcrum
55 Compactness
57 Talk monotonously
58 TV western
59 A Carradine
60 Got wind of
61 Chews the fat
63 Eero Saarinen's
dad
65 Odin's compatriots
66 Post
68 Saki's real name
69 Durante film of an
August drink?
71 Captain Hook's
henchman
73 Auction action
74 Watch face
75 Overnight bivouac
77 Chess pieces
78 Snaky curve
79 Farrell film of an
August breakfast?
83 Drop anchor
85 Premiered again
87 Schemes
88 Library reading
nook
89 Tricked


Movies


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90 Asian goat
antelope
91 Japan's PM:
1964-72
92 Belonging to
bandleader Fields
93 Hurl
94 Aching feeling
98 Tend
99 Crosby film of an
August option?
101 Courage
102 Comic-actor
Roscoe
103 Sound off
104 Monogram pt.
105 Bohemian
106 Salamander
107 Senegal capital
108 New Jersey five
DOWN
1 1981 Beatty film
2 Enough, old style
3 Heavenly figure, in
France
4 "The Night Was
Love"


5 Lord Peter
Wimsey's creator
6 Leek-green
chalcedony
7 Schism
8 Drama unit
9 "Puttin' On "
Astaire hit
10 Disenchanting
protagonist
11 Have on:be
tipsy
12 Jerusalem hill
13 Charged particle
14 Salt marsh
15 Newman film of an
August ordeal?
16 Israeli airline
17 EST +3
21 Joint injury
23 Makes up for
24 Taylor or Adoree
28 Plaudits
30 Natural talent
31 Troll's relative
32 Sonic sound
33 Pungent
34 Stevens film of an
August thermal
study?


35 Wing-shaped
36 Ridiculous
37 Burn in one's
pocket
38 Saltpeter
40 Clear soup
41 Fern leaf
45 Hard : working
furiously
47 Leg parts
49 Lip curls
51 That is, Latin style
52 Unplug
53 Masked movie
hero
54 Emulate Tillie
56 Farm building
60 Peter Hayes' wife
Mary
61 Kind of skate
62 Angelic instrument
63 Glowing coal
64 Actress Rainer
65 Lend : help
66 Whale in the sky
67 Golf champ Calvin
69 Partner of dined
70 "You Must Have
Beautiful
Baby"


72 Chemical
compound
74 Seashore sights
76 Gladdens
79 Centerfold feature
80 Least luxurious
81 Troy, to Homer
82 Bumstead
84 the fire
86 Keats's forte
88 Vocation
90 Xanthippe, for one
91 Cousin of "kinda"
92 Prophet
93 Place for a
chapeau
94 Neighbor of Minn.
95 kleine
Nachtmusik"
96 Fit of temper
97 Certain NCOs
98 Na Na
99 Pale
100 La-la leader


I BLOOD BANK SCHEDULE
Suncoast Communities Blood Bank staff will be in
the area Friday, Nov. 2, 7:45-11 a.m., at Kings Gate,
1500 Kings Way, Nokomis.
Call 941-735-4223 or go to www.scbb.org for more
dates and times.

From Suncoast Communities Blood Bank


SOLUTION TO OCT. 20
CLASSIFIED CROSSWORD


SOLUTION TO TODAY'S
CLASSIFIED CROSSWORD


I THE BIG RED BUS SCHEDULE


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.
All mobile donors will
receive a thank-you gift.
Donations are taken at
4155 South Tamiami Trail,
Venice Village Shoppes,
between Ross and Publix,
Venice, or on The Big Red
Bus, which will be inVenice
Sunday, Oct. 28, 11 a.m.-
4 p.m., at Seventh-day


FLORIDAS
S BLOOD CENTERS

Adventist Church, 2375
Seaboard Ave.; Wednesday,
Oct. 31, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., at
Venice Yacht Club, 1330
Tarpon Center Drive; and
Friday, Nov. 2,10:30 a.m.-
2:30 p.m., at BB&T Bank,
1580 Jacaranda Blvd.
Call 941-492-9202 or go
to www.fbcdonor.org for
more dates and times.

From Florida's
Blood Centers


LOOKING FOR


SOMETHING?


STAFF REPORT

Director Murray
Chase, musical director
Michelle Kasanofsky
and choreographer
Sydney Deal are seek-
ing performers of all
ages to audition for
Venice Theatre's annual


production of
"A Christmas Carol."
Auditions take place
Saturday, Nov. 3, at
2:30 p.m., and Sunday,
Nov. 4, at 5 p.m.
Performances of "A
Christmas Carol" are on
the MainStage Dec. 19-22.
Auditioners are asked


to prepare a song and
to dress comfortably
for the dance portion
of the audition. They
may be asked to read
from the script. Perusal
scripts are available by
mailing rhondasudik@
venicestage.com.
Auditions and


performances will be
held at Venice Theatre,
140 W. Tampa Ave., on
the island in Venice.
More information
is available at www.
venicestage.com or by
calling the theater's
administrative offices at
941-484-4033.


Saturday's Sudoku, horoscopes, movie

listings and Dear Abby are in the real

estate classified section along with a

bonus crossword puzzle and a host of

other features. The Sudoku solution still

appears in Our Town.


I COMMUNITY BRIEF


Family festival
Conservation
Foundation of the Gulf
Coast is hosting its Fall
Family Festival Saturday,


Nov. 3, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.,
at Bay Preserve, 400
Palmetto Ave., Osprey.
This free annual
event includes games,
arts and crafts, a


fire truck, kayak and
paddleboard demon-
strations and a seek-
and-find nature hunt.
Face painting, live mu-
sic and a chance to win


a paddleboard are part
of the fun. Look for the
flock of pink flamingos,
play for a chance to win
an iPad.
The free event is


created by volunteers
and sponsored by local
businesses. Committee
chairs are Bernice Hebda
and Jenni Hudson. Call
941-918-2100.


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The Beatlemaniacs turn imagination into a reality,
bringing the sounds of the"fab four"to life in a fully
produced stage show! The Beatlemaniacs span the
musical library and history of The Beatles in a full
regalia. Every note, all the unique chord inversions,
every vocal harmony, every innovative drum lick
are performed precisely as originally recorded by
The Beatles.
Saturday, Nov 3, 2012 7 PM
Venice Community Center
326 S. Nokomis Ave
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PHOTO COURTESY OF BOB SEIBERT
Many residents got together for a public square rosary crusade
at the gazebo Saturday, Oct. 13, at noon, to pray for the country This little masked bandit was in Bob Seibert's backyard recently
and recite the rosary. It was beautiful for all involved, in Venice Gardens.


Justin Rosa, left, Jordan Rosa, Destanie Enloe and Caleb
Owens, members of the Harvest Chapel of Venice youth group,
celebrate Youth Appreciation Sunday. The church rented a
stretch limo that drove them to Captain Eddie's for dinner and
to Kilwin's Ice Cream for dessert.


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A banner was hung at the gazebo in downtown Venice Oct. 13 as several people said the rosary
and prayed for the nation.


On Oct. 7, Emmanuel Lutheran Church's parking lot was filled
with barks, meows and human laughter as pets and their
humans gathered for the annual Blessing of the Animals in
honor of St. Francis of Assisi, whose feast day was Oct. 4. The
Rev. Bob Schaefer shared prayers and scripture readings in
thanksgiving to God for all of creation, especially for pets, who
provide real comfort and love to their human families.


Myakka River Park at the end of Laurel Road provides a
gorgeous place for a stroll.


Elsie, left, and Chuck Mason, of Nokomis, enjoy a waterfall on
the road to Hana on the Hawaiian island of Maui. They also
visited the nearby gravesite of Charles Lindbergh, the famous
aviator who flew solo from New York to Paris in 1927.


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Saturday, October 27, 2012


ByTODD J.GILLMAN
THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS
DELRAY BEACH, Fla.
-With debate season
behind them, President
Barack Obama and
rival Mitt Romney honed
their attacks Tuesday as
they fanned out across
battleground America,
stoking enthusiasm among
backers and hoping to
close the deal with the
ever-shrinking set of
uncommitted voters.
Romney's "job plan
doesn't really create jobs.
His deficit plan doesn't
reduce the deficit," Obama
told a cheering crowd of
11,000 in South Florida,
where he reprised one of
the zingers he unveiled at
the previous night's foreign
policy debate. "His foreign
policy is from the 1980s.
His social policy is from
the 1950s. His economic
policies are from the
1920s."
The Republican nomi-
nee, visiting the Las Vegas
area, blasted Obama's
newly released pamphlet
on his proposed second-
term agenda.
"His idea of growing
the economy is raising
taxes," Romney said. "Does
anyone believe raising
taxes creates jobs?" The
crowd shouted: "No!"
As the race entered a
final two-week stretch to
be dominated by televi-
sion ads, frantic travel and
the nitty-gritty work of
voter turnout, both sides
claimed momentum from
the debates. But they con-
ceded that victory hinged
on a finite and stubborn
set of battlegrounds and
that no one can predict
how they'll turn out.
Chief among them


Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, speaks to the crowd
during a campaign event on Oct. 23 in Henderson, Nev.


President Barack Obama turns to the crowd at the conclusion of
a joint campaign appearance Oct. 23 at Triangle Park in Dayton,
Ohio.
grassroots organizations
will pay off."

shares that focus but says
the advantage is theirs.
"We are tied or ahead
in every battleground
state," said Obama
OBAMA ROMNEY campaign manager Jim
Messina. "We have two


is Ohio, but also up for
grabs are Florida, Iowa,
Colorado, Virginia, New
Hampshire, North
Carolina, Nevada and
Wisconsin.
"Down the stretch now
it's about getting your
supporters to the polls,"
said Sen. Marco Rubio,
R-Fla., a top Romney
supporter. "Now the
question is who can do a
better job of getting their
supporters to vote and
getting them to the polls.
That's where all this hard
work that's gone into the


jobs: one, to persuade the
undecideds, and two, to
turn our voters out. That's
the crux of the operations
we've been building for
18 months."
Romney strategists said
they're keeping open the
possibility of making a
play for Pennsylvania and
Michigan, where Obama
has maintained big
enough leads to deter any
major investment of time
and money.
They scoff at the idea
that Obama has much
chance in North Carolina,


from which he has been
absent since his party's
convention in Charlotte
six weeks ago. Messina
insisted that North
Carolina remains very
much in contention, not-
ing that first lady Michelle
Obama andVice President
Joe Biden have visited
recently.
"We're going to go
back and forth in the
battleground states that
matter. We're going to be
very flexible where we've
got to go," Messina said.
"We lead in Nevada and
Colorado. The Midwest
is a strong suit for us. I
continue to feel good
about our chances to
win Virginia and North
Carolina."
While Romney's
chances all but disappear
if he loses Ohio, Obama
strategists said, the presi-
dent can lose a number of
swing states and still win.
"They need an inside


straight. We don't,"
Messina said. "We'll see."
Romney stumped in
Colorado after his Nevada
visit Tuesday. Obama
headed to Ohio after the
rally at a tennis stadium in
Delray Beach, 10 minutes
from the site of Monday
night's debate in Boca
Raton.
"Last night we saw
what a commander-in-
chief looks like," said
Charlie Crist, a former
Republican governor of
Florida, revving up the
crowd for Obama. "The
president has a cool head
for a country that's in the
middle of a hot game."
Obama reprised
the "Romnesia" riff he
unveiled last week,
mocking his opponent for
conveniently forgetting
unpopular stances.
"We had a severe
outbreak last night. It
was at least stage three
Romnesia," Obama said.


He mentioned two topics
with special resonance
among South Florida's
seniors and Jewish voters
- Romney's assertion
early in the campaign
that "he'd do the oppo-
site of whatever I did in
Israel" and his embrace
of a voucher plan for
Medicare, a program he
supposedly loves.
Rallygoers chanted and
cheered. But afterward,
several confessed to
concern about Obama's
prospects.
"Honestly, Florida
looks a little shaky," said
Paul Hendricksen, 46, a
software engineer who
lives in Boynton Beach.
In his view, Obama
"destroyed Romney"
in the debate. Romney
echoed the president
so often, he said, that
"had the debate gone
for another 30 minutes,
he would have endorsed
Obama."


An election of tipping points


By CALVIN WOODWARD
ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON -
Election Day could well
determine how much you
end up paying in taxes.
It could move the bar for
fighting future wars. On
energy, it could shape
the balance between
drill-baby-drill (and mine-
baby-mine) and some big
pollution controls. If you
care about Obamacare,
this may be your last, best
chance to save it or unravel
it- with your vote.
Long after the fuss fades
over President Barack
Obama's snoozy debate
opener and Mitt Romney's
weird flub or two, one of
them will be hard at work
trying to make good on his
agenda. This will include
pressing any opportunity
to reshape the Supreme
Court, which hovers over all
other issues.
The winner's policies are
almost certain to find you


where you live, no mat-
ter how far you are from
Washington in your mind
or your place. The taxman
cometh. So does the Social
Security check for retirees
- and the shakier-by-the-
decade promise of those
checks for everyone else.
Obama's mandate for
almost everyone to have
health insurance along
with all the coverage
protections that flow from
that constitutes the
largest reshaping of social
policy in generations,
with the effects to be felt
ever more as the law takes
firmer hold in the next few
years. If Romney wins and
gets enough like-minded
people in Congress, he
would reset that and try
something else.
Though farther from
home, the outsourcing of
production overseas goes
to the heart of American
communities large and
small as factory jobs vanish,
or in some cases come


back Seemingly esoteric
subjects like the value of
China's currency and the
fine print of trade deals af-
fect what you pay for goods
and perhaps whether you
or the neighbors have
work Less obviously, the
debt crisis on a faraway
continent affects credit in
the U.S.What happens in
Greece, Spain and beyond
may put your home loan
out of reach if the turmoil
gets out of hand.
Romney and Obama
have sharp differences on
these subjects and more,
though they don't always
make them easy to see.
Much of the final leg of the
campaign is about reaching
for the middle ground. So
nothing too radical, please.
For Romney, that means
suddenly talking about his
interest in seeing Pell grants
rise for low-income college
students, not about the
major changes in govern-
ment programs that would
be required for him even


to get close to his deficit-
cutting goals.
For Obama, it means
preaching fiscal discipline
and an aggressive stance on
energy production, not fo-
cusing on the tax increases
for higher-end insurance
policies in his health care
law or the mercury pol-
lution controls that could
shut dozens of coal-fired
power plants across the
country. Although Obama
failed to persuade a
Democratic Congress to
pass limits he promised on
carbon emissions and he
shelved a plan to toughen
health standards on lung-
damaging smog, a second
term could give a second
wind to steps like these.
Both candidates talk
about cutting unnecessary
regulation, but Romney's
view of what's unnecessary
is far more expansive than
the Democrat's. That's
part of a larger, funda-
mental and familiar divide
between the two parties on


the proper responsibilities
of government.
Voters, like candidates,
can't predict what econom-
ic calamity will come out of
the blue. But it's clear both
from records and rhetoric
that Obama believes in the
power of government and
the Treasury to stimulate
growth, add jobs and even
save industries in ways that
Romney doesn't. On Nov. 6,
voters choose governing
principles as much as a list
of positions.
That holds true on
foreign policy, too. At the
moment, Romney comes
across as more aggres-
sive against Iran and on
the conflict in Syria. On
Afghanistan, he now
supports the president's
plan to end U.S. combat in
2014 and appears to have
dropped his qualification
that a withdrawal will
depend on conditions on
the ground at the time.
Apparently modest differ-
ences may come to nothing


after the campaign, or they
could prove substantive -
determining whether the
U.S. truly extricates itself
from one war and how
willing it will be to fight
another.
The choice in the elec-
tion doesn't just matter on
the issues the candidates
want to talk about. It can
matter just as much on the
issues they avoid. This is
where the Supreme Court
comes in.
With four justices in their
70s, there's a strong chance
the next president will
have a chance to fill at least
one seat on a court closely
divided between conserva-
tives and liberals. One new
face on the bench could
mean a major change in
civil liberties, gay relation-
ships, gun control, health
care, the approach to
terrorism, perhaps access
to abortion, and more, for
years to come.
All told, a lot of tipping
points on Election Day.













Senate race overshadowed by presidential election


TALLAHASSEE (AP)-
This year's Senate race
competing for attention
with the presidential
election is like the Arena
Football League champion-
ship going head-to-head
with the Super Bowl,
Bruce Homsby playing
across town from Bruce
Springsteen or "Larry
the Cable Guy: Health
Inspector" playing on the
screen next to the latest
Batman extravaganza.
While some folks are
paying attention, most
eyes are on the bigger
event on the Nov. 6 ballot.
Republican Congressman
Connie Mack IV's cam-
paign to unseat two-term
Democratic Sen. Bill
Nelson has almost been an
afterthought as President
Barack Obama and
Republican Mitt Romney
are in a heated, super-tight
election in the largest of
battleground states.
Obama, Romney and the
outside groups that support
them have gobbled up tons
of television time. And the


candidates, their running
mates and their wives
have been holding Florida
rallies almost daily leading
up to the election, making
the Senate race the most
lackluster in recent years.
"Drawing on 1988, I
remember how difficult it
was to get anybody to pay
attention to the Senate
race when you've got a
hotly contested presidential
race," said Connie Mack III,
who won the seat his son
now seeks.
It hasn't helped that
the Republican primary
started as a wild, crowded
race and then fizzled when
the younger Mack and his
famous name entered,
driving three major
candidates out of the race.
Instead of a post-primary
boost, Mack, 45, was in a
position of having to gener-
ate his own excitement,
and it's been slow going.
And Nelson, 70, hasn't done
much to raise the profile of
the race, either, choosing to
quietly raise a lot of money
and air television ads rather


Republican candidate for AP PH
Senate Rep. Connie Mack IV, U.S. Senator Bill Nelson
R-Fla.


than large-scale public
campaigning.
There was only one
debate, and it was an ugly
one. Mack pushed to make
Nelson look like a tax-
raising liberal in lockstep
with Obama, and Nelson
called Mack a liar. Instead
of dealing head on with
issues, it was mostly a lot of
finger pointing.
With less than three
weeks to go before the
election, retired teacher
Carole Delhorbe hasn't
made up her mind, saying
she still needs to research


Mack because she doesn't
know much about him
other than what she's seen
in television ads.
"I like Nelson as a
person," said Delhorbe, a
Republican from Ruskin
who is supporting Obama.
"I may vote for him but I
haven't decided yet."
And even the star-power
of former New York Mayor
Rudy Giuliani couldn't
drum up a huge crowd
when Mack pulled up to
Port St. Luce restaurant
about two weeks before
the election. About 60


people attended, including
two waitresses and some
random passers-by who
were unaware of the event
until stumbling across it.
Other than a campaign
event with Jimmy Buffett,
Nelson has mostly been a
low-key campaigner. While
Mack was hitting multiple
cities a day on a bus tour,
Nelson planned to take
reporters on a visit to
four-generations of family
graves in the conservative
north Florida town of
Chipley.
Nelson has the ad-
vantage of incumbency
and the name he's built
through 12 years in the
Senate, in addition to serv-
ing as insurance commis-
sioner when it was still a
Cabinet post. The Orlando
resident is folksy with
old Florida roots and he's
proven he can win even
when other Democrats on
the ballot can't.
In 2000, he beat
Republican Bill McCollum
by 284,000 votes when
Republican George W


Bush carried Florida by
just 537. And in 2006, he
beat Katherine Harris
by 22 percentage points
when Republican Charlie
Crist won the governor's
office by 7 percentage
points.
Mack was largely able
to clear the Republican
primary field base on his
name. Besides his father,
the Fort Myers resident's
great-grandfather is the
baseball Hall of Fame
manger. Other than
trying to tie Nelson to
Obama on issues like the
president's health care
overhaul and economic
policies, a centerpiece of
his campaign is what he
calls his "Penny Plan."
Mack proposes cutting
government spending by
1 percent each year for
six years and then cap
spending in the seventh
year to balance the bud-
get. Nelson said it would
devastate funding for
government programs
like Medicare and Social
Security.


I 5ECO ISRC OROFAP LS


FREQUENTLY ASKED
MERIT RETENTION QUESTIONS

Why are appeals court judges and Supreme
Court justices on the ballot this year?
Florida appeals court judges and Supreme Court
justices are on the ballot in non-partisan elections
every six years so voters can determine whether they
should stay in office. This regular vote is called "merit


retention."This year, three Supreme Court justices (out
of seven) and 15 appeals court judges (out of 61) have
merit retention elections statewide.

What do Yes and No votes mean?
A yes vote means you want the judge or justice to
stay in office. A no vote means you want the judge
or justice to be removed from office. The majority of
voters decides.


Do appeals court judges and Supreme Court
justices have opponents?
No. Your vote will determine whether each judge
listed should stay in office. They are not running
against opponents or each other. Merit retention elec-
tions are nonpartisan.

How do appeals court judges and Supreme
Court justices get into office?


The governor appoints them from lists submitted
by Judicial Nominating Commissions, which screen
candidates and make recommendations based on
the merits of applicants. Newly appointed judges go
before voters for the first time within two years after
appointment. If the voters retain them, they then go
on the ballot again every six years.

Source: Florida Bar


Judge Edward C. LaRose


Judge Edward C. LaRose, 57,
was appointed to Florida's Second
District Court of Appeals in 2005
by former Gov. Jeb Bush. He
received his undergraduate degree
and graduated summa cum laude


from Boston College in 1977.
He received his law degree from
Cornell Law School in 1980.
LaRose began his legal career
in Washington, D.C., practicing
extensively in the area of antitrust


law. He also practiced in the areas
of commercial litigation and
employment law during his time
in the nation's capital.
LaRose sits on numer-
ous boards and associations


throughout Florida, and also
serves as an adjunct professor
of law at Stetson University
College of Law. LaRose, a native
of Putnam, Conn., is married with
three children.


Judge Charles A. Davis Jr.


Born in Winter Haven, Fla., in
1948, Judge Charles A. Davis has
dedicated his life to public service
after he received his bachelor's
degree from Trevecca Nazarene
College in 1970 and his master's
degree from the University of


Cincinnati in 1971.
From 1971 through 1973, he
taught in the public schools of Polk
County. He received his law degree
from the University of Florida in
1975. He practiced law in Winter
Haven, and in 1976 was elected to


the city commission. He was elected
mayor in 1978.
He served as an assistant public
defender for Polk County from 1980
to 1982, and was elected judge for
the 10th circuit in 1984. He was
appointed to the Court of Appeals


in 1999 by former Gov. Jeb Bush.
Among other civic duties, Davis
has served on the board of directors
of the Winter Haven Chamber of
Commerce, the Citrus Center Boys
Club, and Polk CountyYouth for
Christ.


Judge Darryl C. Casanueva


A native Floridian, Judge Darryl C.
Casanueva was appointed to Florida's
Second District Court of Appeals in
1998. Prior to that, Casanueva held
numerous positions through the 20th
Judicial Circuit, including serving as


assistant state attorney, working in
private practice, and as a circuit court
judge.
While in private practice,
Casanueva served in various of-
fices of the Charlotte County Bar


Association, including president and
chairman of the Law Day commit-
tee. Prior civic activities included
service as the president of the Port
Charlotte Rotary Club, member of
the Arts & Humanities Council, and


member of the Mote Marine Advisory
Committee, to name a few. He also
served as an adjunct professor at
Edison Community College.
Casanueva is married with two
sons.


Judge Anthony K. Black


Judge Anthony K. Black was ap- University with a bachelor's degree
pointed to Florida's Second District in accounting. He worked for two
Court of Appeals in 2010 by former years at PriceWaterhouse in Chicago
Gov. Charlie Crist. and later earned a law degree from
Black started his career in 1978 Illinois College of Law and entered into
when he graduated from Arizona State private practice in 1985.


He also worked as a certified
National Football League agent and
practiced law for 19 years before
being appointed as a 13th Judicial
Circuit Court Judge in 2002 by former
Gov. Jeb Bush. Black served in the


13th Judicial Circuit until 2010.
Black is married with two children.
He enjoys travel and long-distance
running, and has competed in
numerous marathons and other
road-racing events.


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Vein Buchanan


Your position on the
House Ways and Means
Committee means you
are involved in some of
the hot-button issues of
this election, particular-
ity health care and Social
Security, not to mention
tax policy and interna-
tional trade.What can
you do to effect mean-
ingful change in these
areas as the country
moves forward?
I support a simpler,
fairer, flatter tax code
that promotes economic
growth. That includes
lowering the top tax rates
for both individuals and
small businesses and
eliminating loopholes that
allow some businesses to
pay little or no taxes.
I believe that interna-
tional competitiveness


is key to revitalizing the
economy. I helped enact
free trade agreements
with Panama, Colombia
and South Korea that will
provide critical economic
growth in Florida, which
has 15 deep-water
seaports, including Port
Manatee in Florida's
new 16th District. I am
also working to conduct
oversight on U.S. trade re-
lations with the European
Union, China and India,
among others.
We need to work in
a bipartisan effort to
strengthen Social Security
and Medicare in a man-
ner that treats all genera-
tions fairly.
The House budget
approved in March allows
private plans to compete
alongside the traditional


Medicare plan. Seniors
can keep traditional
Medicare or switch to a
private plan that better
meets their needs. The
savings from private com-
petition will drive down
health costs and preserve
the Medicare program for
future generations.

You've introduced
legislation that would
create a constitutional
amendment requir-
ing a balanced budget
and you say it could be
balanced by 2016. How
is it possible to balance
the budget that quickly
without affecting
entitlement programs
like Medicare and Social
Security?
I believe the first step
to control spending is to


pass a balanced budget
amendment to the
Constitution. Congress
has balanced the budget
just five times in the past
50 years. That is why the
first bill I introduced was
the Buchanan Balanced
Budget Amendment that
requires Congress to bal-
ance the budget within
five years of enactment.
A balanced budget
amendment is a com-
mon-sense measure that
would force Congress to
make the tough choices


VERN BUCHANAN
Party Affiliation: Republican
Age: 61
Place of Residence: Longboat Key
Family: Married for 35 years to college sweetheart, Sandy; two grown
sons, James and Matt
Education: Cleary University, BBA, business administration; University
of Detroit, MBA; Cleary University, doctorate of science in business
administration
Work History: Self-made businessman who worked for more than 30
years in the private sector
Previous Government Offices: U.S. House of Representatives, 2007-


present
necessary to spend wisely,
save taxpayer dollars and
help ensure the financial
security of our children
and our grandchildren.

You were accused of
ethics violations regard-
ing campaign finance
and trying to silence
a witness. Although
you were cleared of
those charges, do you
think they hurt your
credibility?


These allegations
were proven false and
everyone knows they
were part of an ugly po-
litical smear campaign
against me. It's why
people hate Washington
and tune out politics.
Fortunately, the vot-
ers in our district are
too smart to fall for
this type of character
assassination, which
ultimately backfires
against the attacker.


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KEITH FITZGERALD
Party Affiliation: Democrat
Age: 55
Place of Residence: Sarasota
Family: Married to wife Angela for 24 years; fraternal twins, Bridgett
and Conor, 13 years old
Education: BA at University of Louisville; PhD at Indiana University
Work History: Political science professor at New College of Florida for
18 years
Previous Government Offices: State representative, 2006-2010


regular, hardworking
Americans don't have the
luxury or the resources to
hire insiders and lobbyists
with access to Congress.
President Reagan agreed
that we should "close the
unproductive tax loop-
holes that allow some of


the truly wealthy to avoid
paying their fair share."

How do you respond to
the accusation that your
TV commercials about
the ethics investigation
involving your oppo-
nent were intentionally
misleading?


There is something
ironic about the
Buchanan campaign
complaining about
thoroughly fact-
checked advertising
when Congressman
Buchanan's negative ads
are based in preposter-
ous fiction.


Supreme Court retention race becomes heated


TALLAHASSEE (AP) -
The organized opposition
to the retention of three
Florida Supreme Court jus-
tices has their supporters
accusing the Republican
Party of trying to take over
the judiciary and rekindled
memories of scandal and
corruption that led to the
elimination of partisan
elections for the justices
and appellate judges.
Justices R. Fred Lewis,
Barbara Pariente and Peggy
Quince would become the
first justices or appellate
judges removed since merit
retention elections began
in 1978 if they lose Nov. 6,
but none has ever faced the
kind of organization op-
position that has emerged
this year.
The state Republican
Party's executive commit-
tee unanimously voted to
oppose all three justices,
marking the first time
a Florida political party
has taken a position in a
retention race. Americans
for Prosperity, a group
formed by the conservative
billionaire brothers Charles
and David Koch, is running


television ads against them
and they've also drawn
opposition from Restore
Justice 2012, which grew
out of a similar tea party-
related organization that
unsuccessfully campaigned
against two justices in 2010.
Their opponents have
labeled the three justices
"activists" and cited a
handful of rulings. The list
includes decisions that re-
moved from the 2010 ballot
a constitutional amend-
ment challenging President
Barack Obama's health care
overhaul, gave a new trial
to a convicted killer and
overturned Republican
Gov. Jeb Bush's private
school voucher program in
2006.
The state conceded the
health care amendment's
ballot summary was flawed
and lawmakers this year
put a revised version on the
ballot without challenge.
"These judges at times
have acted in an activist
manner and a manner
that is not consistent with
our beliefs," said Florida
Republican Party Chairman
Lenny Curry. "It's not


personal. It's about beliefs."
The justices and their
supporters say merit reten-
tion elections should be
based not on any specific
rulings but on such factors
as scholarship, demeanor,
legal knowledge, integrity,
judicial temperament, and
impartiality.
Pariente said the oppo-
nents have cherry-picked
from thousands of rulings
but that the issue isn't any
particular decision.
"This is about a group, a
political party, that wants
to take control over the
third branch of goverm-
ment," Pariente said. "It's a
smokescreen."
Lewis questioned the
activist label.
"It seems in recent
history it means 'I disagree
with you.'" Lewis said.
If they are removed,
Republican Gov. Rick
Scott would appoint
their replacements. If
Amendment 5 on the same
ballot passes, they would
have to be confirmed by
the Florida Senate. If not,
Scott would pick from a
list of candidates vetted


by a nominating panel he
appoints.
That has the justices'
supporters, including some
prominent Republican
lawyers, saying the election
is aimed at giving the GOP
complete control of the
state government and
would eliminate judicial
independence. In addi-
tion to the governorship,
Republicans also hold all
three elected Cabinet posts
and solid majorities in the
Florida House and Senate.
Democratic Gov. Lawton
Chiles appointed Pariente
and Lewis in 1997 and
1998, respectively. Quince
was jointly appointed by
Chiles and Bush, then
governor-elect, also in 1998.
The other four justices were
appointed in 2008 and
2009 by then-Gov. Charlie
Crist when he was still a
Republican. He is now an
independent.
Curry defended the
party's involvement in
the race, saying it's a
matter of free speech.
He called the accusa-
tions that Republicans
are trying to control the


judiciary "nonsense."
"This came from the
grass roots. The idea that
this about the elected
officials of the Republican
Party trying to control the
judiciary is black heli-
copters swooping in. It's
garbage," Curry said.
Until 1978, there were
two ways to become a
Supreme Court justice.
First, win a partisan elec-
tion just like for governor,
senator or other office.
If a justice needed to be
replaced because of death,
retirement or resignation,
governors appointed the
replacement unilaterally
with no oversight from the
Legislature or voters. That
led to scandal.
Burton Young was
president of the Florida
Bar in 1970, when it urged
Republican Gov. Claude
Kirk not to appoint appel-
late Judge David McCain to
a Supreme Court vacancy
because of his history of
legal improprieties and sus-
pected criminal activities.
Kirk accused Young, a
Democrat, of opposing
McCain just because he


was a Republican and
reminded him he had the
unfettered power to ap-
point anyone he wanted.
McCain and another
justice, Hal Dekle, resigned
in 1975 while both were
under investigation by the
Florida House for possible
impeachment. McCain
was accused of bribery and
trying to influence other
judges on behalf of cam-
paign supporters. When
he died in 1986, McCain
was fugitive from justice,
charged in a marijuana
smuggling scheme.
The House was inves-
tigating Dekle for trying
to influence a trial judge
on behalf of a friend and
writing a decision favor-
able to utilities based on
a draft secretly slipped to
him and Justice Joseph
Boyd by a company law-
yer. The House's investiga-
tive panel voted against
impeaching Boyd, who
testified he ripped the
lawyer's proposed opinion
into 17 equal parts and
flushed them down a
toilet in the Supreme
Court building.


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Proposed Constitutional Amendments


PROVIDED BY THE COLLINS CENTER FOR PUBLIC POLICY

Amendment 1 : Health Care Services
Title on ballot: Health Care Services
Sponsor/Originator: The Florida Legislature
What it would do: This would add an amendment
to the state constitution that attempts to prohibit the
government from requiring individuals to purchase
health insurance.
If you vote yes: A yes vote means you want the
Florida Constitution to include a provision that pro-
hibits the government from requiring you to purchase
health insurance.
If you vote no: A no vote means you do not want
the Florida Constitution to include a provision that
prohibits the government from requiring you to
purchase health insurance.

Amendment 2: Veteran's
Property Tax Discount
Title on Ballot: Veterans Disabled Due To Combat
Injury; Homestead Property Tax Discount
Sponsor/Originator: The Florida Legislature
What it would do: This amendment would allow
certain disabled veterans, who were not Florida
residents prior to entering military service, to qualify
for a discount on their property taxes.
If you vote yes: A yes vote means you want the
state to give a property tax discount to disabled
veterans who moved to Florida after entering the
military.
If you vote no: A no vote means you do not want
to extend the tax discount to disabled veterans who
moved to Florida after entering the military.

Amendment 3: State Revenue
Limitation
Title on Ballot: State Government Revenue
Limitation
Sponsor/Originator: The Florida Legislature
What it would do: This amendment would set a
state revenue limit each year based on a formula that
considers population growth and inflation instead of
using the current method of calculating the revenue
limit based on personal income.
If you vote yes: A yes vote means you want the state
to change the way it calculates its revenue limit.
If you vote no: A no vote means you do not want
the state to change the way it calculates its revenue
limit.

Amendment 4: Property tax limitations;
property value decline; reduction
for non-homesteaded assessment
increases; delay of scheduled repeal
Title on Ballot: Property Tax Limitations; Property
Value Decline; Reduction For Nonhomestead
Assessment Increases; Delay of Scheduled Repeal
Sponsor: The Florida Legislature
What it would do: Reduce the maximum annual
increase in taxable value of non-homestead proper-
ties from 10 percent to 5 percent; provide an extra
homestead exemption for first-time home buyers;
allow lawmakers to prohibit assessment increases for
properties with decreasing market values.
If you vote yes: A yes vote means you favor the
enhanced tax breaks being proposed.
If you vote no: A no vote means you are against the
enhanced tax breaks being proposed.


Amendment 5: State Courts
Title on ballot: State Courts
Sponsor/Originator: The Florida Legislature
What it would do: This measure would provide
for Senate confirmation of Supreme Court justices;
give lawmakers control over changes to the rules
governing the court system; and direct the Judicial
Qualifications Commission, which investigates
judicial misconduct complaints, to make its files
available to the Speaker of the Florida House of
Representatives.
If you vote yes: A yes vote means you want the
Senate to have confirmation power over Supreme
Court appointees, and some authority over changes
to the rules that govern the state's courts. You
also want to grant the House access to Judicial
Qualifications Commission's investigative files on
judges.
If you vote no: A no vote means you do not want
these proposed changes made to the state's judiciary.

Amendment 6: Prohibition on Public
Funding of Abortions; Construction of
Abortion Rights
Title on Ballot: Prohibition on Public Funding of
Abortions; Construction of Abortion Rights
Sponsor/Originator: The Florida Legislature
What it would do: This amendment would make
the existing federal ban on public funding for most
abortions part of the state constitution. It would nar-
row the scope of a state privacy law that is sometimes
used in Florida to challenge abortion laws.
If you vote yes: A yes vote means you support
putting the existing federal ban on the use of public
funds for abortions into the state constitution; and
you support eliminating the state's privacy right with
respect to a woman's right to choose.
If you vote no: A no vote means you are against
placing the existing federal ban on using public funds
for abortions into the state constitution; and you
are against eliminating the state's privacy right with
respect to a woman's right to choose.

Amendment 8: Religious Freedom
Title on Ballot: Religious Freedom
Sponsor: The Florida Legislature
Note: This proposal was known as Amendment 7
until a legal challenge by opponents led to the rewrit-
ing of some of the ballot language and its reinstate-
ment on the ballot as Amendment 8. This is the
reason there is no Amendment 7 on the 2012 ballot.
What it would do: This amendment would remove
the prohibition in Florida's Constitution that prevents
religious institutions from receiving taxpayer funding.
If you vote yes: A yes vote means you want to
remove from the Florida Constitution a prohibition
against the state funding religious institutions and re-
place it with a provision that prohibits the state from
denying funding to institutions based on religious
affiliations.
If you vote no: A no vote means you want to retain
the provision in the Florida Constitution that prohib-
its the state from funding religious institutions.

Amendment 9: Homestead Property
Tax Exemption for Surviving Spouse of
Military Veteran or First Responder
Title on Ballot: Homestead Property Tax
Exemption for Surviving Spouse of MilitaryVeteran


or First Responder
Sponsor/Originator: The Florida Legislature
What it would do: This would grant a full property
tax exemption to the surviving spouses of military
veterans who die while on active duty and to the
surviving spouses of first responders who die in the
line of duty.
If you vote yes: A yes vote means you want the state
to grant the full homestead exemption to the surviv-
ing spouses.
If you vote no: A no vote means you do not want
the state to grant the full homestead exemption.

Amendment 10: Tangible Personal
Property Tax Exemption
Title on Ballot: Tangible Personal Property Tax
Exemption
Sponsor/Originator: The Florida Legislature
What it would do: This amendment would double
the tangible personal property tax exemption and
allow local governments to increase the exemption.
If you vote yes: A yes vote means you want to
double the tangible personal property tax exemption
and allow cities and counties to expand the exemp-
tions beyond that.
If you vote no: A no vote means you do not want to
double the tangible personal property tax exemption
and you do not want to allow cities and counties to
expand the exemptions.

Amendment 11: Additional Homestead
Exemption; Low-Income Seniors Who
Maintain Long-Term Residency on
Property; Equal to Assessed Value
Title on Ballot: Additional Homestead Exemption;
Low-Income Seniors Who Maintain Long-Term
Residency on Property; Equal to Assessed Value
Sponsor/Originator: The Florida Legislature
What it would do: This amendment would give an
additional property tax exemption to low-income
seniors who have lived in their home for more than
25 years.
If you vote yes: A yes vote means you think cities
and counties should have the authority to grant a full
property tax discount to eligible seniors.
If you vote no: A no vote means you do not think
that cities and counties should have the authority to
grant a full property tax discount to eligible seniors.

Amendment 12: Appointment
of Student Body President to
Board of Governors of the
State University System
Title on Ballot: Appointment of Student Body
President to Board of Governors of the State
University System
Sponsor/Originator: The Florida Legislature
What it would do: This amendment would change
the way the state selects the student representative
on the state university system's Board of Governors,
which oversees the university system.
If you vote yes: A yes vote means you want the state
create a new council of university student presidents
from which the student representative to the Board of
Governors will be chosen.
If you vote no: A no vote means you want to keep
the current system of selecting the student represen-
tative to the Board of Governors.
For more on the proposed amendments, go to
collinscenterorg.


Sarasota County voting info


PROVIDED BY THE
SARASOTA COUNTY SUPERVISOR
OF ELECTIONS OFFICE

Sarasota County voters
may request a mail
(absentee) ballot online
at www.SarasotaVotes.
com, by phone at 941-
861-8618, or by email at
absentee@sarasotavotes.
com. The deadline to
request an absentee
ballot is Wednesday,
Oct. 31. Voted mail
ballots may be returned


in person or by mail to
any county supervisor
of elections office, but
must be received no
later than 7 p.m. on
Election Day, Tuesday,
Nov. 6. The cost of post-
age to return a vote-by-
mail ballot is 65 cents.
Early voting is also an
option for voters who
want to avoid lines at
the polling places on
Election Day. Early vot-
ing runs 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
now through Saturday,


Nov. 3 at SOE offices
in the Sarasota County
Terrace Building,
101 S. Washington
Blvd., Sarasota; the
Robert L. Anderson
Administration Center,
4000 S. Tamiami Trail,
Room 114, South
Venice; and Biscayne
Plaza, 13640 Tamiami
Trail, North Port and
at the Gulf Gate, North
Sarasota and Fruitville
libraries.
Voters can also drop


off absentee ballots at
a secure, drive-thru
collection booth. As a
convenience to those
who choose to vote
by mail, Supervisor of
Elections Kathy Dent
has opened an express
ballot drive-thru, drop-
off booth during early
voting, from 7 a.m. to
7 p.m. through Nov. 3,
and from 7 a.m. to 6
p.m. on Election Day,
Nov. 6, at the Terrace
Building.


Dent said the drop-
off service is a handy
way for voters to return
their mail ballots
without having to pay
the cost of postage,
park their cars, or worry
about the speed of mail
delivery.
Voters should look
for the blue Supervisor
of Elections canopy
on the south side of
Morrill Street, east of
Washington Boulevard,
just one block south of


the Terrace Building.
SOE representatives
will be on hand to
collect and drop the
signed ballot envelopes
into a secured ballot
box.
Dent cautions voters
to ensure they have
signed their absentee
ballot certificate enve-
lopes prior to dropping
them off.
For more information,
call 941-423-9540 or
941-861-8600.


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5TTEATONE FR H IZT-UIIA LRCI


Ed Brodsky


What are the most
important lessons you
learned as a chief assis-
tant officer under State
Attorney Earl Moreland
that you take with you
going into this election?
Mr. Moreland is widely
known in our office and
in the legal community
for his expression that
we as prosecutors wear
the "white hat." This
has been his message to
prosecutors my entire
career with him. Wearing
the white hat means
pursuing justice at all
times. As prosecutors, if
we believe someone is
innocent, we will not go
forward with criminal
charges against that
individual. We also have
an obligation to ensure
that there is legally suf-
ficient evidence against
an individual such that
we may pursue criminal
charges against them. If
we believe the accused
has committed the
crime, then we will pur-
sue the highest charge
the law and the evidence


will support. Wearing
the white hat also means
ensuring that we seek
the appropriate sentence
against an accused. I will
also carry with me Mr.
Moreland's insistence
that prosecutors perform
their duties with high
ethics and professional
responsibility.

What makes you more
qualified for this post
than your opponent?
I believe I am more
qualified than my oppo-
nent because I have been
a career-long prosecutor
with the State Attorney's
Office now for more
than 20 years. I have
worked in every capac-
ity within the office. I
have prosecuted in the
misdemeanor, criminal
traffic and juvenile
divisions. I handled a
general felony case load.
I was then promoted to
handling child sex crimes
involving victims less
than 12 years of age and
handling major crimes.
I then supervised a


felony division and later
supervised the Manatee
County office. I currently
oversee our four offices
in the three counties.
My opponent has never
worked as a prosecutor.
He has never prosecuted
a DUI, a domestic bat-
tery, a rape or a murder
case. I understand he has
done 12 or fewer trials
in his career. We, as an
office, have an outstand-
ing record over the last
10 years in homicide
prosecutions. How can
he lead this office with
no prosecutorial experi-
ence and no litigation
experience in the cases
we handle? My opponent
also lacks administrative
experience. I have been
overseeing 72 attorneys,
a staff of 160. He has
never overseen an office
this size. Lastly, I have
worked daily with our
sheriffs in Manatee
County and now current-
ly in Sarasota County,
our public defender, our
chief judge, and clerk
of court on policies and


ED BRODKSY
Party Affiliation: Republican
Age: 47
Place of Residence: Manatee County
Family: Married to wife Kim for 18 years; son Evan, 14, daughter Alexa, 11
Education: BA with a major in criminology, University of South Florida;
juris doctorate, Nova University Law School
Work History: Chief assistant state attorney, more than 20 years of
professional experience dealing with criminal offenders
Previous Governmental Offices: Served as a reserve police officer
and in the military police in the Florida Army National Guard


programs we implement
in the criminal justice
system here. I have a
proven track record of
working collaboratively
with our criminal justice
partners on setting and
implementing criminal
justice policies and my
opponent has no such
experience.

What will you con-
tinue on/do differently
than your predecessor if
elected?
What I will bring and
change is a greater em-
phasis on gang prosecu-
tion. Having prosecutors
who are specialized and
highly trained in gang
prosecution so that
we continue to pursue
them with the Statewide
Prosecutor's Office or on


our own. I will also en-
hance our prosecution of
the white collar and ex-
ploitation of the elderly
cases by again creating
attorneys that are highly
trained and specialized
in this area, but in also
partnering more closely
with law enforcement
so that we are able to
work closely together
from the inception of the
investigation so that the
strength of the investiga-
tions and prosecutions
are enhanced. I will focus
on ensuring we go after
our chronic or career
offenders. We will show
zero tolerance for gun
violence or any crime of
violence and we must
do everything we can
to reduce the pill mill
epidemic we are seeing.


I will also continue to
explore with Sarasota
County the drug-market
initiative that has been
so successful in High
Point, N.C. in seeing
a sustained reduction
in violent crime of 54
percent over six years. I
will also increase our vis-
ibility in the community
and with organizations
within our community so
that we can be seen and
are to hear the needs of
the community so that
we may be responsive
to them. As I indicated
in my first response, I
will always insist that
our prosecutors perform
their duties with the
highest ethics and pro-
fessional responsibility
and that we at all times
seek justice.


Why are you running
for this post?
I am seeking the posi-
tion of state attorney to
more efficiently combat
all crime and create
a safer place for all
community members
to live. The taxpayers
should have more cost-
efficiency, all crime
victims should have the
greatest prosecution
effectiveness, and the
State Attorney's Office
for Sarasota, Manatee
and DeSoto counties
should serve as the
model for the rest of
Florida. Government
agencies frequently
need a new perspective
to eliminate inefficient
practices that develop


over time. If elected, I
can bring the needed
perspective from the
private sector to the
State Attorney's Office
to both reduce crime
and the cost to the
taxpayers.

What kind of experi-
ence do you bring to
the office?
I was appointed to
serve in the White
House Office of
Legal Counsel, U.S.
Department of Justice,
and as a law clerk to
two federal judges. I
began teaching law full
time at State College
of Florida in 2004, and
opened my own law
office practicing in


civil and criminal law,
on federal and state
levels, including circuit
and county court, and
as a securities industry
arbitrator. Having
worked outside the
Florida state courts
and in the federal
courts, I am the only
candidate who has the
firsthand experience to
compare and contrast
the most effective,
efficient and ethical
prosecutions with ones
that are not. My ac-
tions as state attorney
will end government
waste, increase public
safety and bring true
accountability and
efficiency to the State
Attorney's Office.


What are your goals if
elected?
Foremost, we must
drastically improve the
current trial convic-
tion rate in the State
Attorney's Office, which
is at 57 percent, among
the lowest in the state
of Florida. The State
Attorney's Office must
regain the trust and faith
of the people of Sarasota,
Manatee and DeSoto


JOHN TORRACO
Party Affiliation: Democrat
Age: 41
Place of Residence: Sarasota
Family: Single; no children
Education: BA in psychology with minor in accounting; law degree
from Georgetown University Law Center
Work History: U.S. Department of Justice, Georgetown Criminal Justice
Clinic, White House Office of Legal Counsel serving as a law clerk to
two federal judges and a large law firm; a selection to Georgetown
Criminal Justice Clinic; prior to graduating law school, granted a bar
license to practice criminal law in the Washington, D.C., courts where
he counseled clients, drafted and argued motions, examined witnesses,
and conducted jury trials in the criminal justice courts
Previous Governmental Offices: N/A


counties that it serves
through transparency
and efficiency. We need
to increase prosecutorial
focus on violent crimes
in order to enhance pub-
lic safety, while reducing
the costly recidivism
rate and eliminating
the waste of taxpayers'
money. All budgetary


expenditures will be
transparent and posted
online. All prosecutors
and staff will be held to
the highest ethical and
professional standards.
We will efficiently seek
prompt adjudication
through enhanced
training, mentoring and
in-court supervision.


I I -


Holder wins State Rep. 74 race


By CHRISTY FEINBERG
SENIOR WRITER
Republican Doug
Holder won the state
representative District
74 race in September
after his Democratic
opponent dropped out.
"I'm honored to receive
the confidence of the
good people of House
District 74 who are my
employers," Holder said.
"I'm grateful to have the
honor to serve them for
the next two years."


Saltman withdrew
from the race in early
September after ques-
tions arose about
his background, and
specifically his sports
consulting business.
"Resign me from
election due to mov-
ing closer to family,"
Saltman, 32, of North
Port, hand-wrote in
a letter to the Florida
Division of Elections.
"Please remove name
from list immediately.


Tired of being harassed
by reporters."
The Democratic Party
had until Sept. 20 to
produce a qualified
replacement candidate
for the South Sarasota
County seat. No
Democrat filed.
Although Holder is the
winner of the State Rep.
74 race, he will not be
officially elected until
the Nov. 6 election.
Saltman's name still
will appear on the


ballot. Voters, however
will receive a notice stat-
ing: "A vote cast in this


race will not change the
outcome, as the remain-
ing candidate is deemed
by law to be elected for
the race," according to
the recommended lan-
guage the state provided
to the Sarasota elections
office.
Holder, 45, first joined
the state Legislature in
2006. He has chaired the
Business & Consumer
Affairs Subcommittee
and the Congressional
Redistricting


Committee. Holder
also served as a mem-
ber of several other
committees including
the Economic Affairs
Committee.
The Georgia native
obtained a bachelor's
degree in political
science from Middle
Tennessee State
University. He now
resides in Osprey with
his wife, Shannon, and
their two children.
Email: cfeinberg@sun-herald.com


John Torraco


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II RK OF THE IRCUI g iLOU


What do you think
is the most important
issue you currently face?
There are four major
areas of the office -
courts, county recorder,
comptroller and auditor.
In the courts, the most
pressing issues are
adequate state fund-
ing, implementation
of electronic filing and
the elimination of most
paper and online access
to court records. All of
these issues require
cooperation and coordi-
nation with other state
and judicial officials. As
county recorder, imple-
mentation of enhanced
automation so that full
integration between the
property appraiser and
the tax collector may be
accomplished is a high
priority. Implementation
of online tax deeds
auctions is another


important issue. This will
be much like the process
the office uses now for
mortgage foreclosures.
As the comptroller,
important to our stature
in the financial com-
munity is to continue to
receive the Certificate of
Excellence of Financial
Reporting. This recogni-
tion is most important
during difficult financial
times. Ensure that
reserves are properly
recognized and assist the
county with the ana-
lytical side of spending.
As auditor, continued
pursuit of the Inspector
General designation.

What will be your
agenda for the next
four years if you are
re-elected?
Because the Clerk of
the Circuit Court and
Comptroller is an office


charged with implement-
ing law, much of the
agenda is determined
by other bodies, such as
the Legislature at both
the state and federal
level, and other rule and
law-making authorities.
For courts, an implemen-
tation of a new court case
management system that
is fully electronic both in
the clerk's office and in the
courtrooms. This is a large
undertaking that will span
over several years and
will include coordination
from both local and state
officials. Continuing to of-
fer services electronically
to provide for maximum
convenience to the public
and continuing to find
ways to cut operating
costs. For county recorder:
1) Implement an upgrade
to automation allowing
for full integration with
both the tax collector and


property appraiser and
2) Implement electronic
recording for customer
convenience. For comp-
troller, we plan a contin-
ued implementation of
electronic payments and
bill processing efforts
and identify opportuni-
ties to reduce costs by
implementing electronic
processing. For auditor,
we plan to fully imple-
ment robust automation
for managing internal
audits, continue to
respond to referrals from
the tax collector on tourist
development tax audits,
and assist the county


Karen E. Rushing


with identifying risks
associated with financial
matters.

What have you learned
over the past four years
while in office?
Managing a large
enterprise when times
are financially difficult
takes a lot more skill than
managing during less
difficult times. Involving


as many people into
the decision-making
process as possible aids
in establishing the best
practices and solutions
for the problems at hand.
Working as a team with
all the stakeholders is
most important and
above all, always com-
municate openly and ef-
fectively with the people
you serve.


What made you enter
the race?
The situation in
the public and court
records regarding mort-
gages and foreclosures.
The Sarasota public
records, which include
the court records,
contain a large amount
of incorrect and fraudu-
lent filings due to the
lender banks' decade of
avoidance of the public
records with MERS
(Mortgage Electronic
Registration System).
As a result, the public
and court records now


contain many fraudu-
lent documents filed
by lender lawyers who
attempt to foreclose
without proof of the
proper authority or
ownership. The same is
true across our nation.
The "robo-signing"
phenomenon is a part
of this. Many, if not
most, real estate titles
are now clouded by the
banks' avoidance of the
public records by using
MERS over the last 15
years. The incumbent
clerk says that she has
no authority to reject


any filings and has
refused to even look
into or acknowledge
this reality. This has led
to a large amount of
improper and fraudu-
lent documents now
residing in the Sarasota
public records (and also
across America). Her
stance is completely
partisan, as her party
has been completely
purchased by the banks
and is trying desperate-
ly to hide this informa-
tion and to change
the laws to allow these
frauds to continue.


ROBERT SUBLETT
Party Affiliation: Write-in candidate/Democrat
Age: 70
Place of Residence: Sarasota
Family: Divorced; four grown children
Education: BA in business administration from University of South
Florida
Work History: Pilot for Eastern Airlines; computer software developer,
mortgage and note servicing software
Previous Governmental Offices: N/A


What kind of experi-
ence do you bring to the
office?
My 24 years as an
airline pilot taught me
how to competently
manage physical and
crew member assets in
a demanding environ-
ment for the benefit of


the traveling public and
the aviation industry.
My recent experience in
mortgages and recorda-
tion has alerted me to
these problems.

What are your goals if
elected?
To audit the public
and court records for


fraud and to refer for
prosecution those
who filed fraudulent
documents, to gain legal
authority for the clerk's
office to reject incorrect
and fraudulent filings,
and through bench-
marking, to make the
clerk's office the best in
the nation.


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Local law enforcement leaders agree.
Ed Brodsky is the best candidate for State Attorney


* Pam Bondi, Florida Attorney General
* Earl Moreland, Current State Attorney
* Sheriff Tom Knight, Sarasota County
* Sheriff Brad Steube, Manatee County
* Sheriff William Wise, DeSoto County
* Sheriff Charlie Wells, Retired Manatee County
* Nick Cox, Florida's Statewide Prosecutor


* Police Chief Terry Lewis, Retired City of North Port
* Police Chief John Lewis, Retired City of Sarasota
* Police Chief Jim Hanks, Retired City of Venice
* Police Chief Garry Lowe, Retired City of Palmetto
* Fraternal Order of Police
* Police Benevolent Association


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KAREN E. RUSHING
Party Affiliation: Republican
Age: 58
Place of Residence: Sarasota
Family: Married to husband Frank Strelec; one son
Education: BA, University of South Florida (1981); MBA from Nova
University (1985); post-graduate work at Harvard University, John
F. Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge, Mass. leadership
program for senior executives (1998)
Work History: Civil Law supervisor in Manatee County, Criminal Divi-
sion supervisor in Sarasota County, director of Court Services in Sarasota
County, Chief Deputy Clerk in Sarasota County, Sarasota County Clerk of
Circuit Court
Previous Governmental Offices: Civil Law supervisor, Manatee
County (1975-1977); Criminal Division supervisor, Sarasota County
(1977-1981); director of Court Services, Sarasota County (1984); Chief
Deputy Clerk, Sarasota County (1984-1987); Sarasota County Clerk of
Circuit Court (1987-present)


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Why are you running
for re-election for this
seat?
Thirty years from now, I
want to be surrounded by
my grandchildren. I want
my kids to love Sarasota
County enough to come
back and live and raise
their families after college.
I want Sarasota County
residents to have the jobs
they want, they financial
stability to maintain a
great quality of life, and
an environment that will
make their businesses
flourish. With your vote, I
will make Sarasota County
a hometown that my kids
not only want to return to,
but one they never want
to leave.

What do you hope to
accomplish/what are the
big issues you see need
tackling?
I will continue to focus
on job creation through
economic development
policies that attract
businesses to expand
and relocate. I will work
to further drop the
unemployment rate and


foster the creation of
industry clusters using the
businesses we have here
now. I would encourage
those existing businesses
through smarter policies
and work to decrease
government bureaucracy.
We need to continue to
exercise spending re-
straint and not forget the
lessons we learned from
the economic downturn.
As we emerge from the
recession, I will continue
to make sure that our
financial policies keep
government lean and
responsible.

What makes you more
qualified for this post
than your opponent?
I have the proven
economic record that
will create a strong and
vibrant county. I oversaw
a county budget year that
did not spend more than
was taken in, despite a
significant drop in tax
revenue. I held the line on
taxes and created policies
that lead to a steady and
large drop in the county
unemployment rate. I


lead efforts to streamline
and make this county
more business friendly.
From the No. 1 library
system to the No. 1 beach,
I have overseen amazing
achievements in quality of
life. I have demonstrated
a record of effective
leadership.

Sarasota County
has spent at least a
decade preserving/
conserving lands.
With Commissioner
Jon Thaxton leading
the charge, a possible
extension ofToledo Blade
Boulevard was killed. It
would have connected
U.S. 41 (via Toledo Blade)
to S.R. 70. Now, motorists
either have to go north
to the Lakewood Ranch
area or South to Kings
Highway in Charlotte
County in order to get
to Arcadia. Would you
consider a connector
road from41 to 70 via
Toledo Blade?
I would send this issue
back to the voters to
decide in a referendum.
The lands were purchased


with monies promised
wholly and unequivocally
for conservation. This
conservation promise was
one in which the voters
overwhelmingly sup-
ported, regardless of its
effects on tax base, trans-
portation and economic
development. I will keep
this promise unless the
voters tell me otherwise
through a ballot.

Are you happy with
the progress regarding
the jointly owned Warm
Mineral Springs Day Spa?
What do you want to see
happen in the next year?
While I am not happy
at how long it has taken, I
am happy with the direc-
tion we have taken with
an invitation to negotiate.
This will allow the private
sector a chance to show us


Christine Robinson


their vision for this jewel. I
would like to see a vendor
with an incredible vision
in place by the end of the
current contract.

What are your thoughts
regarding the new
procurement protocol?
Given that the BCC sets
policy, what could you
do to prevent such an
occurrence from happen-
ing again?
The protocol is still
being developed after
263 recommendations
from five reviews (the
Clerk of Court, the Sheriff,


the National Institute of
Government Purchasing,
an internal review and the
January 2010 McGladrey
Report) and a sixth review
should be coming shortly.
I have worked with the
Clerk of Court to ensure
that all audits are reported
to the Board of County
Commissioners at open
meetings and I carefully
scrutinize each contract
coming to the board for
approval. We still have
a ways to go, but we are
moving towards a more
reliable system with
higher scrutiny.


Why are you running
for this seat?
A. Sarasota needs a
candidate that is not
beholden to any specific
builder or developer
group. I will take no con-
tributions from anyone
participating in the
contract bidding process
within Sarasota County. I
want to be fair, equitable
and ethical when voting
and awarding county
contracts.
B. I care about our
environmental resources
and I want to make sure
that with every decision
we make in Sarasota
County, we keep the
health and welfare of our
residents in mind. We
must protect our natural
resources and we must
avoid urban sprawl.
We should hold on to
land in rural areas and
preserve it for our future
generations.
C. We must attract
businesses to our county
that provide jobs paying
a living wage. To accom-
plish this task we must
do everything possible
to train our local work-
force and we must focus
on teaching excellence
and educational insti-
tutional excellence. We
already have the most
beautiful beaches, great
shopping, the best arts
and entertainment,
the best hospitals and
the best care for our
residents. We need to
sell and market what
is already in place in


Sarasota to new busi-
nesses. New business
owners are looking for
areas that provide the
wonderful environment
we have in Sarasota
County.

What do you hope to
accomplish/what are
the big issues you see
need tackling?
I hope to be a part
of a strong County
Commission that is open
and welcoming to the
people and free of cor-
ruption or the percep-
tion of any corruption.
I would like to look at
Sarasota County closely,
city by city, working with
our city commissioners.
I would like to find a fair
and equitable balance
between services offered
throughout the county,
seeking efficiencies
and removing duplica-
tions of services when
needed. I would like to
see Sarasota become
a regional economic
success, bringing new
businesses and filling
in vacant businesses so
that we may increase
our tax base. I am
anti-urban sprawl. I do
not support unlimited
building heights and I
do not support building
without full consid-
eration of traffic and
environmental issues. I
do not believe a county
or city should become a
land owner. I will agree
to the purchase of land
only for preservation.


What makes you more
qualified for this post
than your opponent?
My vision of Sarasota
County is a connected
county from north to
south, sharing ideas
and assets, working
together as a team
(cities and county) to
build the strongest
regional activity center
in the state. We should
utilize the talent we
have in Sarasota County
today and train future
generations through
educational excellence.
We must continue to
expose our youth to
the fine arts, outdoor
recreation and enter-
tainment afforded to us
in the county. We must
focus on preservation
of our environment and
moving forward into
the technological age,
providing cleaner, more
efficient services. We
must hold the line on
tax increases and create
new revenue streams.
We must fill our va-
cancies to produce a
greater tax base. Finally,
we must attract cor-
porations paying high
wages to our local areas
that provide longterm
employment with
benefits while creating
a competitive environ-
ment for entrepreneurs.

Sarasota County
has spent at least a
decade preserving/
conserving lands.
With Commissioner


Jon Thaxton leading
the charge, a possible
extension of Toledo
Blade Boulevard was
killed. It would have
connected U.S. 41 (via
Toledo Blade) to S.R.
70. Now, motorists
either have to go north
to the Lakewood Ranch
area or South to Kings
Highway in Charlotte
County in order to get
to Arcadia. Would you
consider a connector
road from 41 to 70 via
Toledo Blade?
Before you do any-
thing like that, we need
to have a community
meeting with the people
who live in the area
because I think they
have to be in on that
decision. That's a major
change and when you
go an open Toledo
Blade all the way to
Arcadia, there's going to
be new traffic coming
through our area. That's
something that needs
to be discussed with the
community. I'd bring my
community together and
ask if this is something
we want. What's the
benefit for North Port?
We should look at that
- what's the benefit,
what's the downside


JENNIFER COHEN
Party Affiliation: Democrat
Age: 52
Place of Residence: North Port
Family: Single
Education: BS in computer information technology; master's in information
systems management; PhD in progress business- systems management
Work History: Currently professor of business and technology at Edison
State College, Charlotte Campus
Previous Governmental Offices: North Port Charter Review Board


- and make a solid, fair
decision.

Are you happy with
the progress regarding
the jointly owned Warm
Mineral Springs Day
Spa? What do you want
to see happen in the
next year?
I would rather see
a private entity run
Warm Mineral Springs.
I don't think we're in the
business of purchasing
and selling property or
businesses. I am con-
cerned about the actual
spring itself, and if there
was a way we could
preserve that spring
and not worry about
the rest of it, that would
be great, but it seems
that it's one big busi-
ness deal. I think this is
something we're going
to have to look at and
going to have to decide,
but I would rather see
a private entity run it.
I don't want to see the
county and city running
the facility. If they're
going to own it, then
maybe they'll have a
99-year lease on it if
they have to -and let a
private entity run it. It's
working now and if it
isn't broke, why fix it.


What are your
thoughts regarding
the new procurement
protocol? Given that the
BCC sets policy, what
could you do to prevent
such an occurrence
from happening again?
I think (Sarasota
County Administrator
Randall Reid) is on the
right track. We have to
put certain policies and
procedures in place so
employees know what
they can and cannot
spend, and about credit
cards that they cannot
use. I think if we put
a solid management
system together where
that's being managed
and controlled, and it's
also transparent where
any auditor can come
in and see it at anytime,
we'd see less corruption.
I think we let it go for
a while and we kind of
fell asleep at the wheel.
I believe the employees
should be trained in
business ethics and they
should understand when
you get a credit card
from your employer you
have a balance and a re-
sponsibility. Employees
must understand that if
they don't do the right
thing, they'll be fired.


CHRISTINE ROBINSON
Party Affiliation: Republican
Age: 38
Place of Residence: South Venice
Family: Married to husband Eric; three kids, E.J., 8, Johnny, 7, Madi
Grace, 4
Education: juris doctorate, 1999, University of Miami; bachelor of
science, 1996, Niagara University
Work History: County commissioner, 2010-present (chair in 2012);
attorney practicing in small business and family law, 2004-present;
assistant state attorney (12th Circuit), 2001-2004 (South County office
supervisor); assistant state attorney (11th Circuit),1999-2001
Previous Governmental Offices: Sarasota County commissioner,
2010-present; Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council commission
representative, 2010-present; Criminal Justice Commission representa-
tive, 2012; North Port Business and Economic Development Advisory
Board member, 2011-present; Sarasota County Planning Commission
member, 2008-2010; Manatee Community College/State College of
Florida trustee, 2007-2010


Jennifer Cohen


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Why are you running
for this seat?
As a lifelong resident
of Sarasota County, this
is an opportunity for me
to continue to give back
to our community. This
position has the ability
to greatly influence the
future of our county
through ensuring that
the quality of life we
enjoy here is protected
and enhanced.

What do you hope to
accomplish/what are the
big issues you see need
tackling?
Continue to maintain
a solid, balanced county
budget without raising
property taxes, and
within that, ensure our
tax dollars are being
properly spent. Within
our budget, continue to
explore creative ways to
maintain and enhance
the quality-of-life oppor-
tunities for our citizens.


Within these two, ensure
that county policies al-
low for diverse economic
development, with the
goal being assisting our
business community in
creating a more bal-
anced economy in our
county. Re-establish trust
and moral in the role
of county government,
both from the citizens'
perspective and staff's.

What makes you more
qualified for this post
than your opponent?
Experience: business,
legal, leadership and
community involvement.
Sarasota County is very
diverse and unique,
and in order to fully
understand that unique-
ness and the role of our
county government in
our community, one must
have been involved in the
various groups and orga-
nizations that make up
our county. I have done


this over my lifetime in
Sarasota County through
my personal involvement
and leadership roles
in a variety of county,
city, civic, business and
nonprofit organizations.
Without this type of
extensive experience and
community commitment,
one is not prepared to
address the wide range of
issues that come before
our commission.

Sarasota County
has spent at least a
decade preserving/
conserving lands.
With Commissioner
Jon Thaxton leading
the charge, a possible
extension of Toledo
Blade Boulevard was
killed. It would have
connected U.S. 41 (via
Toledo Blade) to S.R. 70.
Now, motorists either
have to go north to the
Lakewood Ranch area or
South to Kings Highway


in Charlotte County in
order to get to Arcadia.
Would you consider a
connector road from 41
to 70 via Toledo Blade?
I have not heard a
significant public or
business request for such
a connector. Thus I would
have to look into this fur-
ther to see where it would
fit on the list of needed
road improvements. I
see River Road and Pine
Street in South County as
being the higher priority
at this time.

Are you happy with
the progress regarding
the jointly owned Warm
Mineral Springs Day


CHARLES HINES
Party Affiliation: Republican
Age: 46
Place of Residence: Nokomis
Family: Married to wife Susan; three children, ages 15, 13 and 10
Education: University of Florida, B.S. in political science, 1987; juris
doctorate/law degree, 1990.
Work History: Attorney in Venice for 21 years; currently practicing at
Kanetsky, Moore and DeBoer, P.A. Has practiced law for 22 years in the
Sarasota County; previous co-owner of United Healthcare Services, a
medical equipment supply company.
Previous Governmental Offices: City of Venice ADA Committee;
Sarasota County Surtax Oversight Committee; Sarasota Sheriff Tom
Knight's advisory committee


Spa? What do you want
to see happen in the
next year?
Progress seems slow -
but this is a major asset to
our community and we
want to get it right the first
time. Especially as some
development, if not done
correctly, could have very
negative impacts on the
Springs. A solid agree-
ment with a professional
concessionaire for the
continued operation of
the Springs and several
proposals to choose from
as to the larger develop-
ment of the area that


are based upon verified
evidence supporting the
project's positive impacts
on the Springs and the
community.

What are your
thoughts regarding the
new procurement proto-
cols? Given that the BCC
sets policy, what could
you do to prevent such
an occurrence from
happening again?
I like them. Listen
closer to the public and
follow up and verify
whether or not a com-
plaint has merit.


Why are you running
for this seat?
The past few years
I have observed the
erosion of public trust
and confidence in our
county government.
Since January I have met
hundreds of citizens
and listened to their
concerns. Their concerns
are my motivation to
step onto the political
stage. I have continued
my campaign because I
believe citizens can make
a difference in all aspects
of our community. We
need someone to hear
and represent our voice.
The decisions made at
the local level of govern-
ment affect us more than
those decisions made
at the state and federal
levels.

What do you hope to
accomplish/what are the
big issues you see need
tackling?
The next commissioner


will continue to face the
challenges of land use,
economic development
and county ethics. As
commissioner I want
to ensure confidence to
the citizens of Sarasota
County that they are
represented to the fullest,
and encourage anyone
who participates in
government knows that
they will be heard and
that their opinions will
be considered in the
decision making process.

What makes you more
qualified for this post
than your opponent?
My continuing my
campaign as a write-in
candidate was a very dif-
ficult decision. I do not
represent the business-
as-usual county politics
or a political ideology.
I believe public input
is vital to the decision-
making process, and the
process must be acces-
sible and transparent.


Like so many in our
community, I have
been affected by the
economic downturn. As
our economy changes,
we need to start thinking
outside of the box. What
has worked for govern-
ment for the past 20
years does not necessar-
ily work today.

Sarasota County
has spent at least a
decade preserving/
conserving lands.
With Commissioner
Jon Thaxton leading
the charge, a possible
extension of Toledo
Blade Boulevard was
killed. It would have
connected U.S. 41 (via
Toledo Blade) to S.R. 70.
Now, motorists either
have to go north to the
Lakewood Ranch area or
South to Kings Highway
in Charlotte County in
order to get to Arcadia.
Would you consider a
connector road from 41


to 70 via Toledo Blade?
I have spent many
hours driving to and
from Arcadia, Bartow
and Wauchula. I would
consider another route to
S.R. 70. I would first view
this as another evacu-
ation route for South
County. Port Charlotte
currently benefits from
shoppers traveling
from Arcadia. Adding
another destination out
of Arcadia may ben-
efit businesses in South
County.

Are you happy with
the progress regarding
the jointly owned Warm
Mineral Springs Day
Spa? What do you want


W. BRIAN SLIDER
Party Affiliation: Write-in candidate/Republican
Age: 50
Place of Residence: South Venice
Family: Single
Education: College, trade school and specialized education in my
professional fields
Work History: Automotive, photographic and tech industries -
worked in management, training, sales and marketing in all three
industries
Previous Governmental Offices: I am currently on the Advisory Board
for Keep Sarasota County Beautiful. This is my first run for public office.


to see happen in the
next year?
Warm Mineral Springs
has tremendous po-
tential. I would like to
see a plan developed
and finalized within the
next year. I would like
to keep the Springs and
surrounding area as
natural as possible. It is
imperative that as this
project moves forward,
the county and North
Port truly work as a
partnership.

What are your
thoughts regarding
the new procurement
protocol? Given that the
BCC sets policy, what


could you do to prevent
such an occurrence
from happening again?
Not a single elected
member of our current
board of our commis-
sioners stood up and
accepted responsibil-
ity or apologized to the
public. I don't believe
we will ever really know
the extent of the pro-
curement scandal. The
county spent a lot of
money for consultants to
evaluate and make sug-
gestions on how to clean
up the problem. At this
time we need to let the
new policies take effect
and evaluate the results
yearly.


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Why are you running
for Charter Review
Board?
I am running for the
District 2 seat because
I respect the sanctity of
the charter document
and believe that the
intended role of the
Charter Review Board
could be altered if its
role is misconstrued.
The charter is our county
constitution and should
remain relevant but not
repeatedly amended just
for amendment sake. I
have 12 years experience
as an elected official
with an accomplished
record as a qualified,
effective, prepared,
responsible, thoughtful,


clear-thinking, even-
tempered and civil board
member. I would bring
these attributes as a
member of the Charter
Review Board and
thus be an asset to the
constituents of Sarasota
County.

Prior to the primary,
you said you didn't plan
to "bring any specific
agenda or amendments
to introduce to the
board." Has you opinion
changed about whether
there are any big issues
that need tackling on
the board?
I do not bring any spe-
cific agenda or amend-
ments to introduce to


the board if elected. I
will be open-minded
and thoughtful regarding
all issues brought to the
Charter Review Board
and propose changes
that will improve the
operation of the Sarasota
County government as
dictated by the charter
itself. I have been asked
whether I would sup-
port any movement to
decrease the peoples'
access to the CRB and I
would not, and I believe
that the constituents of
Sarasota should elect
the composition of the
board.

Now that you have a
new opponent in the


general election, why
should voters choose
you?
I believe my formal
education and years of
leadership experiences,
including owner of a
small business and mem-
bership on not-for-profit
boards, have provided
me with the skill sets to
include communicating
and working effectively
and efficiently with a


DONNA BARCOMB
Party Affiliation: Republican
Age: 56
Place of Residence: Sarasota
Family: Married to husband Craig; raised four sons in Sarasota, Gunnar,
Steele, Hunter and Stone; one step-daughter, Andrea, in Winter Park
Education: B.S. cum laude in kinesiology, University of California at Los
Angeles, 1978; M.S. in physical therapy, Boston University, 1980
Work History: 32 years as a licensed physical therapist; owner of
Professional Physical Therapy Center in Sarasota
Previous Governmental Offices: Sarasota County Hospital Board, 1996-
2008 (re-elected three terms), chairman, 2000 and 2008


group. As an elected of-
ficial and member of the
Sarasota County Hospital
Board from 1996-2008,
and chairman for two
terms, I have learned
to work and formulate
strategies in a civil and
thoughtful manner
with eight other board
members to achieve a
focused direction on
behalf of the citizens of


Sarasota County. I am a
thoughtful, responsible,
educated individual who
brings 110 percent to
anything I engage in. I
have a clear understand-
ing of the charter and
role of its members, and
do not believe in the ex-
pansion of the CRB's role.
I believe I am the best
candidate for Charter
Review Board District 2.


Alexandra Coe


Why are you running
for Charter Review
Board?
To help the people
of Sarasota truly have
a democratic process
through the updating
and review of our current
charter and by educating
people about the charter
and the power it gives
them to determine how
they want to be governed.


If elected, are there any
big issues you believe
need tackling on the
board?
I think the charter
needs to be reviewed
in its totality. It is full of
vague and even con-
tradicting language. I
also want to ensure the
charter is reflective of the
values of the people of
Sarasota. Having a true
democratic charter is


important to the quality
of the life we all share
and envision for Sarasota
County.

Why should voters
choose you over your
opponent?
My opponent is not
interested in being an
activist for the people
of Sarasota. She is more
interested in keeping the
charter as it is. I think


many items in the charter
are outdated and do not
serve the sustainable
future of our county and
its people.


ALEXANDRA COE
Party Affiliation: Libertarian
Place of Residence: North County, Sarasota
Age: 49
Family: Recently divorced; two sons, Morgen, a New College freshman;
and Ryan, a Pine View School senior
Education: Graduate student for a master's in cultural sustainability
at Goucher College; BA in anthropology and botany from New College
Honors College of Florida; Elyria Catholic High School, Ohio
Work History: 1996-2001,"The Art of Being a Woman"self-esteem and
beauty workshops and summer camp programs for girl; 2006-present,
Gentle Storm Productions; 2009-present: Livable Planet Consulting. I
raise chickens, goats and turkeys in the middle of Sarasota and I have
been an organic gardener for more than 25 years.
Previous Governmental Offices: N/A


I k E Im'B A -rj5


John Fellin


Why are you running
for this post?
To allow me to assist in
preserving the integrity
of the Sarasota County
Charter and to help steer
the charter board to its
original role as intended
by the enabling language
in the charter. This is not
to say that I am strictly
opposed to any charter
amendments. The charter
is a living document that
must accommodate a
community's changing
environment. But since
1980, when the original
charter was repealed
and replaced, it has been
amended 22 times with
one or more charter


amendment questions
on the ballot in nearly
every general election
since 1980. Governance
by trial and error is not
only unwise, but can be
dangerous.

Should the Charter
Review Board take proac-
tive or reactive positions
on issues?
Both and neither.
Section 2.8B of the charter
states, in part, quite clearly
the role of the Charter
Review Board: "On behalf
of the citizens of Sarasota
County, the Charter
Review Board shall review
and recommend changes
to the County Charter for


improvement of county
government." The "review"
portion is clearly a reac-
tive function, while the
"recommend" aspect is
definitely more proactive.
Both of those terms can
carry a distinctly negative
connotation, which is not
what I would associate
with the Charter Review
Board.

What issues do you see
the Charter Review Board
facing?
Two issues are increas-
ing the requirement for
adopting an amendment
from a simple majority
to a two-thirds vote, and
a sunset provision for


petitions to place a charter
amendment on the ballot.
They are issues, in my
opinion, worthy of serious
consideration.

Do you support or op-
pose the proposed county
charter amendment that
will appear on the ballot?
The question on the bal-
lot will propose amending
Section 7.1 of the charter


JOHN FELLIN
Party Affiliation: Republican
Age: 60
Place of Residence: Englewood
Family: Divorced; no children
Education: Bishop DuBourg High School, St. Louis; associate of applied
science degree, electronic engineering technology from Forest Park
Community College, St. Louis
Work History: Owner of Digital Electronic Systems Inc. since 1976,
originally in St. Louis and in Englewood since 1980
Previous Government Offices: Buchan Airport Advisory Committee,
1989-1993; Englewood Citizens Advisory Committee, 1994-1998;
Englewood Area Planning Advisory Board, 1995-2004; Englewood
Community Redevelopment Agency Advisory Board, 1998-2006;
Sarasota County Planning Commission, 2000-2012; also a former
Sarasota County Republican Executive Committee Precinct 91 commit-
teeman and chairman for the Citizens for Countywide Elections PAC
in 1994


that would harmonize the
timeline and process for
the four different avenues
by which a charter
amendment question
can be placed on the


ballot, and eliminate
the need for special
elections. While I had
no part in preparing this
amendment, I do strongly
support its passage.


Kevin Connelly


Why are you running
for this post?
To ensure that our
charter meets the needs
of our citizens.

Should the Charter
Review Board take
proactive or reactive
positions on issues?
It should be proac-
tive in establishing the


structure of local gov-
ernment to ensure that
local government serves
the people. The Charter
Review Board should not
involve itself in other
legislative matters.

What issues do you
see the Charter Review
Board facing?
The position of


supervisor of elections
should be NPA no
political party should be
in charge of voting.

Do you support or
oppose the proposed
county charter amend-
ment that will appear
on the ballot?
I oppose it vot-
ers should be given


the ability to vote on
an issue as rapidly as
possible.


KEVIN CONNELLY
Party Affiliation: No party affiliation
Age: 72
Residence: Osprey
Family: Married
Education: Bachelor's degree in business administration-marketing
from the University of Notre Dame
Work History: Founder-president of Apollo Sunguard Systems; develop-
ment of electric car recharge stations as an OEM partner with General Electric
Previous Governmental Offices: U.S. Army retired lieutenant-colonel and
infantry advisor to Vietnamese militia forces; U.S. Agency for Interna-
tional Development Foreign services officer, Mekong Delta, Vietnam;
director of Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency, New York;
Sarasota-Manatee Area Manufacturers Association; former member of
Environmentally Sensitive Lands Oversight Committee


Donna Barcomb


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Alex Miller


Why are you running for
the Hospital Board?
I am fortunate to have
reached a place in my 18-
year career in health-care
supply chain management
where my business can be
successfully run by the team
I have assembled. I am
looking for a new challenge,
and for a way to give back to
this community that I adore
and have called home my
entire adult life. My business
experience, along with
my education, extensive
community board experi-
ence and general passion
for health care provided the
right mix for me to make
the decision to run. My


two sons were also bom
at Sarasota Memorial and
the hospital holds a special
place in my heart.
If elected, what doyou
hope to accomplish, and
are there any big issues you
believe need tackling?
From the copious
research and meetings I
have had with the executive
staff and board in prepara-
tion for this election, it
is my opinion that the
current board and execu-
tive leadership is excellent.
They are a dedicated
group of professionals
that continue to seek out
efficiencies, reduce redun-
dancies and create profit


center opportunities. This
is proven by consistently
impressive year-over-year
financial statements.
Obviously the elephant
in the room for any hospital
system is the Affordable
Care Act and how it will
affect reimbursement,
and more specifically how


Teresa Carafelli


Why are you running
for re-election for the
Hospital Board?
I have been on the board
since 2008 and we have
been dealing with a chang-
ing health-care picture over
the last several years. Due
to health-care reforms and
Medicare and Medicaid
reimbursement reductions,
we are faced with even more
challenges in the coming
years.We will need a strong,
informed board that will
enable Sarasota Memorial
Hospital to continue to
provide safe, efficient,
quality health care to our


community. Decisions by
the board affect the health
and well-being of every
citizen in Sarasota County.
It's not about politics it's
about having the best
health-care system, and I
am committed to this goal.
If elected, what do you
hope to accomplish, and
are there any big issues you
believe need tackling?
Sarasota Memorial
Health Care System has
been living with health-care
reform for sometime now,
but as the law continues to
go into effect, we will face


ALEX MILLER
Party Affiliation: Republican
Age: 39
City of Residence: Sarasota
Family: Divorced with two sons, Kannon, 10, and Steele, 9
Education: University of Rhode Island, BA in psychology; Johns Hopkins
University, Carey School of Business, MBA
Work History: CEO Mercedes Medical 18 years, various positions
Previous Governmental Offices: none


Sarasota Memorial Health
Care System will respond to
the act's full implementa-
tion over the next decade.
SMHCS will have to be agile
and strategic in all its deci-
sions moving forward. There
will be no margin for error.
What makes you more
qualified for this seat than
your opponent?
The bottom line in


today's health-care envi-
ronment is that all hospitals
need to find the balance
between compassionate
and quality health care and
maintaining profitability
for longterm survival. As
a business owner of a
health-care company that
employs more than 50
people, I understand this
important balance, and the


TERESA CARAFELLI
Party Affiliation: Democrat
Age: 61
Place of Residence: Sarasota
Family: Husband, Fred and a golden retriever, Dixie
Education: Henry Ford Hospital School of Nursing
Work History: Registered nurse since 1972
Previous Governmental Offices: Elected to the Hospital Board in
2008, current 1st vice chairman; chairman of the Quality Committee


more challenges with our
delivery of health care and
the treatment of a growing
number of patients. But
no matter the outcome in
November, SMHCS will
continue to do what we do
best, focusing on improv-
ing quality, increasing


efficiency, reducing costs
and working with health-
care providers to improve
people's access to essential
services. We will need to
explore opportunities,
through cooperative ven-
tures and health-care affili-
ations, that will strengthen
our healthcare system and
continue to support our


founding mission to be the
safety net of care for the
people of our community.

What makes you more
qualified for this seat than
your opponent?
SRegistered nurse
employed at SMH for 30
years all levels of respon-
sibility, from staff nurse to


key role the board plays in
overseeing and guiding it
through the difficult transi-
tions that will occur over
the next decade. I have the
objectivity that is key for a
successful board member
to make the tough choices
and to stay on the path of
sustainable profitability.
Someone who has
worked in the health-care
system for 30-plus years,
and who receives a pension
from the hospital system,
like my opponent, might
find it difficult to be impar-
tial and not seek the best
interest of her peers instead
of seeking the best interest
of the overall system's abil-
ity to function profitably for
the next 30-plus years.

management, including
patient care, operating room
coordinator, materials man-
agement, capital purchases
and budgetary process.
Hospital Board
member for four years,
promoting a safe, healthy
environment for patients,
staff and physicians.
Passionate about our
hospital; determined and
fearless in my approach
to issues concerning SMH
and our community's
health and well-being.
I adhere to the ANA
Code of Ethics: "The nurse's
primary commitment is
to the patient, whether an
individual, family, group or
community."


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Cheryl Cook


What is the most
important campaign
promise you will make to
the voters?
My promise to the
people is to be the voice
of the people.

Do you support a
25-meter or 50-meter
pool and why/why not?
How should the city fund
maintenance of a city
pool?
For our city, it is
obvious a 50-meter pool
would better serve the
community. I believe that
there are better financial
options to having a com-
munity pool in our city
than city funding.

What would the ideal


budget ceiling be, and
what if anything -
would you cut? What
would you keep at the
current level?
The budget ceiling is:
Don't spend more than
what you take in. The
question is what does it
cost to provide the core
services to the com-
munity? What we need to
constantly look at is the
cost to provide services
for public safety, health
and infrastructure. We
need to reallocate funds
with emphasis on pro-
viding the core services
such as roads, public
safety and utilities and
make reductions in areas
nonessential to accom-
plishing those services.


Do you support
the $46 million road
referendum that is
estimated to cost
approximately $46
annually to residents
for 26 years? If you do
not, please explain your
solution for improving
deteriorating roads and
how it will be funded.
No. At this point
we don't know what
the exact cost is to all
residents and busi-
nesses. There are other
options that would not
require increasing the
city's debt. There are
other sources of revenue
that could be allocated
which would eliminate
increasing the city's
debt at this time.


Since none of the candidates for Seat 1 or 3 on the North Port City Commission received 50 percent of the
vote plus one in the Aug. 14 primary, the top two vote-getters for both seats continue on to runoffs in the
Nov. 6 general election. The City Commission is a nonpartisan board.


CHERYL COOK
Age: 54
Place of Residence: North Port since 2002
Family: Never married; no children
Education: Graduate of Southwest Miami High School, Miami, Fla.;
Charron Williams School of Court Reporting, 1976-77; Broward Commu-
nity College, all campuses; Manatee Community College-Venice (now
State College of Florida), 180-plus credit hours and counting, accumu-
lated over a span of 30-plus years
Work History: Started and grew Peggy Cook Court Reporters from
1976-98, sold the company to a national corporation; continued Cheryl
Cook Legal Videographer until 2003. Outside contractor specializing in
stenographic note-reading for the federal courts in Miami during the
impeachment hearings of federal Judge Alcee Hastings; specifically,
but not inclusively, in re: United States of America v. Bertha Paez and
Marlene Navarra, two and a half years
Previous Governmental Offices: N/A


Do you believe it's im-
portant to serve on re-
gional advisory boards
outside of North Port,
and are you willing to
travel to Tallahassee
and Washington,
D.C., even if it means
spending some of your
own money on travel
expenses?
I believe it is impor-
tant for elected officials
to represent the commu-
nity at every level. I will


make every effort to do
that both personally and
officially.

Should the city con-
tinue with an aggressive
economic develop-
ment strategy? Please
explain.


Yes. I believe eco-
nomic development
involves all of the com-
munity, both residential
and business, and we
should concentrate on
strategies for everyone
in our city to grow
economically.


What is the most
important campaign
promise you will make
to the voters?
The most important
promise I can make is
one that I have kept
since the last time I ran
for office and that is to
communicate with the
citizens well. The job
of city commissioner is
only made possible by
the citizens who are my
boss. So when my boss
has a question, I make
it my responsibility to
get them an answer or at
least tell them where to
find the answer. Now the
downside of that is my


boss may not always like
the answer.

Do you support a
25-meter or 50-meter
pool and why/why not?
How should the city
fund maintenance of a
city pool?
Ideally I support a
50-meter pool because
it makes the schedul-
ing and demand much
higher and adds to our
economic development
toolbox. The 25-meter
pool would work as well.
The fact is the city needs
a pool. Maintaining
the pool should be
split between parties


involved; a joint venture
with Sarasota County
and Sarasota School
Board would be ideal. I
believe we could get a
corporate sponsor and
give them naming rights
to the pool. There could
be minimal cost to the
government entities in-
volved. The idea is to not
have the taxpayer bear
the cost of maintenance.

What would the ideal
budget ceiling be, and
what if anything -
would you cut? What
would you keep at the
current level?
It's impossible to
state a budget ceiling;
this is dictated by the
ever-growing needs of
our city and increasing
population. That's where
economic development
comes in; we increase
businesses and the busi-
ness/commercial tax
base will increase, there-
fore, driving down the
percentage of residential
tax base, essentially
decreasing taxes. As long
as quality of life contin-
ues to be important to
the citizens of North Port
then I will work every
day at finding ways to
have a good balance of
increased quality of life
and affordable taxes.
There is always room


for more efficiencies
and that is for the city
manager to implement
and the commission to
approve at budget time.
We have made serious
cuts during the past four
years.

Do you support
the $46 million road
referendum that is
estimated to cost
approximately $46
annually to residents
for 26 years? If you do
not, please explain your
solution for improving
deteriorating roads and
how it will be funded.
I absolutely sup-
port the referendum.
Whenever you give the
citizens the opportunity
to vote on an issue of this
magnitude it's a great
thing. The voters will de-
cide if they want this or
not. I personally believe
this is the best plan yet
and will finally give us
an achievable goal for
getting the roads done.
If it does not pass then I
will support continuing


DAVID GAROFALO
Age: 36
Place of Residence: North Port for nine years
Family: Separated; two children, David Jr., 6, and Theresa, 2
Education: Chamberlain High School graduate, 1994; Hillsborough
Community College-Tampa/Fire Academy, 1995; HCC-Tampa/EMS
program, 1996; Pasco-Hernando Community College-New Port Richey/
paramedic program
Work History: Pasco County Fire Rescue, captain/paramedic, 1997-
present; Americare Ambulance Service, Tampa, 1996-2006; and
Garofalo's Ristorante, Tampa, 1990-2002
Previous Governmental Offices: North Port city commissioner,
2008-present; Sarasota-Manatee Metropolitan Planning Organiza-
tion, 2008-present (chair 2010); Sarasota County Tourist Development
Council, 2010-present; National League of Cities Public Safety and Crime
Prevention Board, 2010-present


with the current plan of
10-15 miles and go back
to the drawing board
to find a way to get the
roads done.

Do you believe it's
important to serve
on regional advisory
boards outside of North
Port, and are you willing
to travel to Tallahassee
and Washington,
D.C., even if it means
spending some of your
own money on travel
expenses?
Serving on boards
outside of the city of
North Port is an absolute
necessity if we want to
be successful in main-
taining our position as
a regional, statewide
and national contender.
North Port has done very
well because we have
excellent representation
on these boards. When


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you travel on behalf of
the city, it is almost a
guarantee that you will
spend some of your own
money. I have never had
a problem doing this as
this is another way of
giving back.

Should the city con-
tinue with an aggressive
economic develop-
ment strategy? Please
explain.
If we aren't aggressive
in the economic devel-
opment category then
we run the risk of losing
out to neighboring cit-
ies/counties. This is very
important. North Port
has to set the example
for the region. We have
the largest population
and land mass in the
region, creating an
opportunity for any
company/industry large
or small to make it.


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What is the most
important campaign
promise you will make to
the voters?
The only promise that
I can make is that I will
restore the integrity and
fairness in City Hall by
putting in the time needed
to research, meet with
residents, and discuss
each item on the agenda
to ensure my decisions are
in the best interest of the
residents.

Do you support a
25-meter or 50-meter
pool and why/why not?
How should the city fund
maintenance of a city
pool?
If choosing between the
two, it would have to be a
50-meter pool since this
would provide a better
opportunity of revenue.
I don't think it should be
maintained by the city. I
would look into an altema-
tive entity for maintenance
as not to burden the
taxpayers with additional
costs since maintenance
and repairs come with age.

What would the ideal
budget ceiling be, and
what if anything -
would you cut? What
would you keep at the
current level?


We have to live within
our means and we must
meet budget. We have to
have a tangible, longterm,
binding spending control
that prevents future
commissioners from
spending beyond their
means. A budget is based
on revenues generated
to provide services to the
residents in our city. These
services involve public
safety, public utilities
and infrastructure. We
shouldn't spend more than
what is provided to the
city budget. Funds can be
reallotted to assure that the
core services are provided
for the residents. We can
take a hard look at consoli-
dating some services with
our partners in the county
to save money.

Do you support the $46
million road referendum
that is estimated to
cost approximately $46
annually to residents
for 26 years? If you do
not, please explain your
solution for improving
deteriorating road and
how it will be funded.
No. The referendum
calls for the reconstruc-
tion of approximately 266
miles of roads throughout
the city. That works out
to an estimated $289,000


per mile. The community
needs to be aware there
is an additional 556 miles
that will be aging ad-
ditionally during those
25 years, not to mention
the 100 miles of roadway
north of the interstate that
is not considered in this
reconstruction. There is no
explanation in the refer-
endum on the exact cost
that the bond will actually
end up costing all of us for
those 266 miles. It will end
up costing the taxpayer
$77 million for this $46
million bond to repair
only a third of the roads in
North Port.
This year, a $3.3 mil-
lion paving contract to
subcontract 23 miles of
roads with Ajax Paving
was approved. That is an
estimated $143,000 per
mile half of what the
city is requesting per mile.
At the rate of 23 miles
per year, it would take
approximately 11 years to
pave those 266 miles and
would cost the taxpayers
about $38 million. This is
less than half of what the
bond will end up costing
North Port residents and
prevent putting the city in
further debt.

Do you believe it's
important to serve on


regional advisory boards
outside of North Port,
and are you willing to
travel to Tallahassee and
Washington, D.C., even if
it means spending some
of your own money on
travel expenses?
Yes, it is important
for elected official to
represent the community
at every level. I will do
my best to participate
locally in our state as
well as in Washington
when called upon. I will
however be very mindful
of the cost and time of
travel to save North Port
as much as possible for
allowing me to represent
them in these events. I
will follow the current
policy as it dictates to
travel expenditures. If
expenditures exceed city
allotment and it benefits
the residents of North
Port, I will provide the
money for my expenses.
All my expenses will be
transparent and available
for anyone to view.


RHONDA DIFRANCO
Age: 56
Place of Residence: North Port since 1993
Family: Divorced; two grown children who reside in Tennessee
Education: Bachelor's degree in criminal justice; master's in forensic
psychology. Certifications in law enforcement include accreditation,
forensic-related courses, criminal and narcotic investigations, and FEMA
weapons of mass destruction
Work History: Nursing field in neurology/neurosurgery and psych unit,
post-Vietnam era. Entered into the correctional field as a nurse and later
the police academy, working with the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office in
1991 and retiring this year
Previous Governmental Offices: N/A


Should the city con-
tinue with an aggressive
economic development
strategy? Please explain.
Economic development
is extremely important and
involves all facets of our
city. Successful economic
development is a collabora-
tive effort encompassing
not just business and the
public sector, but the work-
force, academia and the
not-for-profit community.
The structure of North
Port's economy causes
it to be more vulnerable
to declines in consumer
spending and business
investment than sur-
rounding cities that are
established. As a whole,
North Port lags by a wide
margin in median fam-
ily income. Even during
periods of strong county
employment growth, the
city consistently lags in
job creation. This causes
residents to seek and
commute to employment


outside the city limits. The
job growth that did occur in
the area did not provide for
a living wage.
We should attract
companies offering high
wage salaries to our area.
We want to train our local
workforce to prepare for
these jobs. We also want to
in fill our community and
assist businesses wanting
to come to North Port as
well the existing businesses.
Business and residential
vacancies contribute to
the loss of tax base and we
should be doing every-
thing we can to in fill our
vacancies in North Port.
The city must now make a
comparable investment to
transform its economy into
a generator of high-wage
employment. That will
bring more residents to in
fill the vacant residences
and provide established
residents with employment
to the area in which they
reside.


What is the most
important campaign
promise you will make to
the voters?
You need the coopera-
tion of your fellow com-
missioners to get items
passed. What I can prom-
ise the citizens of North
Port is that I will continue
to put forward the needs
of North Port as a city of
importance in the county,
the region and statewide.
I will work to continue
to bring to the city the
needed infrastructure and
to promote economic
development to bring the
needed jobs our citizens
need and deserve. I will
work with the citizens and
my fellow commissioners
to make sure that our city
is financially stable, and
can provide the services
that we all want.
Lastly, I will listen to the
concerns of every indi-
vidual and answer your
questions with answers
that will help you under-
stand the issues at hand.

Do you support a
25-meter or 50-meter
pool and why/why not?
How should the city fund
maintenance of a city
pool?
I am and have always
been a proponent of a
50-meter pool. It will sup-
ply a place where families
can congregate and enjoy
each other's company and


create an economic driver
to the area. A 50-meter
pool will allow for swim
meets at the middle and
high school levels, col-
legiate teams from all over
the country to come and
train and have meets with
other colleges, and create
an environment that
would allow for additional
restaurants, shopping and
lodging to handle those
local, regional, state and
even national events. If
we are going to build one,
let's build it right. As for
funding the maintenance
of the pool, that can be
accomplished by user,
rental and event fees; in
addition, business spon-
sorships, tourism and
working with the county
and School Board could
supply needed funds.

What would the ideal
budget ceiling be, and
what if anything -
would you cut? What
would you keep at the
current level?
The question of what
the ideal budget level
would be is difficult to
put a number on. Ideally,
the goal should always be
that you have a balanced
budget that revenues
meet or slightly exceed
expenditures, and supply
the services that the citi-
zens want and expect. The
question of what could be
cut depends on who you


are talking too. Over the
last four years, during the
worst economic downturn
of our lives, we were able
to keep services stable
even after reducing our
workforce over 100 em-
ployees and our budget
from $164 million to $112
million. We were able to
keep taxes low and most
citizens saw a reduction
in what they paid in 2008,
mainly because of de-
creasing property values.
The one thing we all need
to understand is that the
city needs to continue to
work at increasing our tax
base through economic
development efforts,
continue to supply the
public safety aspects that
we all need, increase/
rehabilitate/maintain
our infrastructure, and
maintain a quality of life
we all deserve.

Do you support the $46
million road referendum
that is estimated to
cost approximately $46
annually to residents
for 26 years? If you do
not, please explain your
solution for improving
deteriorating road and
how it will be funded.
I am in support of the
road referendum and what
it would do for our city.
We, all of us, have kicked
the can down the road for
a very long time. This road
project will rehabilitate


266 miles of poor and very
poor roads over three years,
at the same time within
seven years it will maintain
another 210 miles of roads
for a total of 476 miles of
roads that would now fall
into the "good" range. If the
referendum fails we will
continue to only be able
to rehabilitate about 15-20
miles of roads annually. To
put the cost in perspective,
imagine if you hit one of
our many potholes. The
cost to fix your vehicle
could range from as little as
$100 for a tire to as much
as $2,500 for a complete
front-end overhaul. The
value of your home would
also increase, and in some
areas homes that were
almost impossible to sell,
sell. Finally, do businesses
that are looking for a place
to relocate invest their
money in a place where we
are not willing to invest in
ourselves? The question is
up to you; to me the answer
is obvious.

Do you believe it's
important to serve on
regional advisory boards
outside of North Port,


MIKE TREUBERT
Age: 54
Place of Residence: North Port since 1993
Family: Married to wife Karen; four children, Lindsay, Courtney, Kerri
and Daniel; two grandsons, Zane and Blaize
Education: Graduate ofAlbertus Magnus High School, Bardonia, N.Y.;
A.S. in chemical engineering, Rockland Community College, Suffern,
N.Y.; B.A. in criminal justice, University of South Florida, Sarasota
Work History: Sears, 1974-79 (sales, assistant division manager);
Armstrong Machine Works (division of Exxon/Mobil), 1978-81 (design/
construction of steam systems, team leader); Venice Police Depart-
ment, 1981-2006 (police officer, detective, traffic homicide investigator,
supervisor); driving instructor, Sarasota County School District, 2006-08;
North Port City Commission Seat 3, 2008-present.
Previous Governmental Offices: Police officer, Sarasota County
Community Traffic Safety Team chairman, North Port city commissioner


and are you willing to
travel to Tallahassee and
Washington, D.C., even if
it means spending some
of your own money on
travel expenses?
It is absolutely important
to serve on these boards
and take our story and the
attributes of our city to the
outside world. It is very
important to be involved
in all of these boards to
express our needs, request
help in accomplishing our
needs, and requesting and
receiving funds to accom-
plish those needs. There
have been many times
that I have traveled on my
own dollar to attend these
boards in cities outside of
our area. It all comes down
to how dedicated are you
to the city of North Port,
and the results that come
out of that travel.

Should the city con-
tinue with an aggressive
economic development
strategy? Please explain.


Yes, for numerous
reasons. The first and most
important is the creation
of private sector jobs for
our citizens, whether
they be high-paying or
service industry/retail
jobs. The second reason
is to increase our tax base
and our commercial base,
which will help in keep-
ing property taxes down
for our citizens, with the
increase also in sales tax
dollars. Third, growth in
the job market also results
in growth in the residential
market, with sales of homes
presently on the market,
new ones being built and
house prices going up. We
must continue to work on
these efforts and make the
city as business-friendly as
we can. The goal is to make
it possible to somewhat
get out of the way and let
the private sector invest
in us. Countrywide, cities
are investing in economic
development. We cannot
stand on the sidelines.


Rhonda DiFranco


Mike Treubert


Saturday, October 27, 2012


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Charter amendment would put end to special elections


By SCOTT LOCKWOOD
STAFF WRITER

SARASOTA COUNTY
-A proposed Sarasota
County Charter amend-
ment on the ballot
aims to save the county
money by eliminating
special elections.
The proposal would
amend subsection 7.1
of the county charter.
The existing charter
states that under cer-
tain circumstances,
if a proposed charter
amendment is put forth,
the county must provide
a special election for
just the amendment.
In a presentation to
the Sarasota County
Commission in August,
county Charter Review
Board Vice Chairman
Charles Cooper said if
a special law is enacted
by the state Legislature
to propose an amend-
ment, or the County


Commission approves
an ordinance pertaining
to an amendment to
the charter, the county
would be required to
hold a special election -
a $450,000 cost, accord-
ing to the Supervisor
of Elections Office. Any
proposed amendments
by the Charter Review
Board also fall within this
example.
"Perhaps by modifying
this, we can make a cost
savings for the county,"
Cooper said.
Under the existing
charter, a citizen-
initiated petition, which
has to be signed by 5
percent of registered
voters, also triggers a
special election. If the
petition is filed with
the supervisor of elec-
tions 60 days before an
election that already
was scheduled, such as
a primary, the county
would be required to


have an additional elec-
tion for just the amend-
ment regardless of the
proximity of a scheduled
election.
"Sixty days is not a lot
of time," Cooper said.
"As a matter of fact, it's
not enough time to do
what has to be done. It
has to be brought before
the Board of County
Commissioners to get the
ordinance passed, it has
to be advertised, coordi-
nated with the supervisor
of elections to get the
mailings done and get
the vote scheduled all
within 60 days, which is
almost an impossibility."
The proposed amend-
ment utilizes the existing
general election cycle to
vote on any proposed
charter amendments,
meaning any future
amendments only would
appear on the ballot
every two years, elimi-
nating the need for any


special elections. Any
proposed amendment
from the Legislature,
County Commission,
Charter Review Board or
citizen-initiated petition
must be filed within 120
days of the election. If a
proposed amendment
misses the 120-day
deadline, it would not be
placed on the ballot until
the following election.
Despite its cost-saving
intent, Charter Review
Board Chairwoman
Cathy Layton said the
amendment has drawn
some criticism. Some say
it's a detriment to wait
until a general election
because an amendment
can only be considered
every two years.
"Our group carefully
thought about that and
discussed it, and we
decided that charter
amendments are best
voted on by the great-
est number of voters


ON THE BALLOT
The following is the proposed Sarasota County Charter amendment
that appears on the Nov. 6 general election ballot:
Charter amendment providing timetable for proposed charter amend-
ment referendum; effective date of voter-approved amendments.
Shall subsection 7.1 be amended providing: (a) referendum for
Charter amendments proposed by citizen initiative, County Commis-
sion, Legislature held at next general election rather than within 60
days after filing, provided amendment filed with County Commission
120 days before election, (b) referendum for amendments proposed by
Charter Review Board held at next general election, rather than next
countywide election, provided proposed amendment filed with County
Commission 120 days before election; (c) amendments effective upon
certification of election results.
Voters are asked to chose"Yes"if they are for the amendment or"No"


if they are against the amendment.
at a time," Layton said.
"That's always in a gen-
eral election, and that is
why after careful consid-
eration we decided that
we would suggest every
general election that
these amendments be
considered."
The proposed amend-
ment was approved
unanimously by the
Charter Review Board in


May, and county com-
missioners unanimously
voted Aug. 21 to put
it on the November
ballot. Layton said the
proposal was part of an
amendment that the
County Commission
supported in 2008, just
after the county had to
pay $400,000 for a special
election.
Email: slockwood@sun-herald.com


INORHPR HRERAEDET


Five ballot questions test views of city residents


By CAROL SAKOWITZ
NORTH PORT ASSISTANT EDITOR

NORTH PORT North
Port residents are being
asked to accept or reject
City Charter questions
proposed by the Charter
Review Advisory Board
and placed on the ballot
by the City Commission.
The referendum ordi-
nance, which includes five
questions, was approved
in July by a 4-1 vote, with
Commissioner LindaYates
in dissent.
The ballot includes
questions about changing
the appointments of
commission chair and
vice chair from rotation to
election; dividing the city
into districts, with one city
commissioner living in
each; changing the titles
"chair" and "vice chair" to
"mayor" and "vice mayor";
revising the section
concerning removal of
the city manager; and
abolishing the office of
city auditor.

Question 1: Who's in
charge?
The first question asks
voters if they want to
allow city commissioners
to elect the chair and
vice chair. Currently, the
charter imposes a rotation
based on seat number.
The Charter Review
Advisory Board lists four
reasons for the revision:
picking the best person for
the jobs; allowing a first-
term commissioner to
decline the chair position
for a year and switch with
the vice chair; allowing
any commissioner to
decline the positions;


and allowing leeway
for a commissioner to
decline either position for
physical or work reasons.
"I'm voting absolutely
'no' on the rotation,"
former city commis-
sioner Buddy Hughes
said. "I think it isn't fair;
everyone should have a
chance. And I still think
it was put on there to
keep Commissioner
(Linda) Yates from being
chairman. I'm being
honest about it."
Hughes was on the City
Commission when its
chair was elected by fellow
commissioners. In her two
terms on the commission,
she was never selected as
chair by her peers.
Resident Pete Pedersen
said he doesn't under-
stand why the rotation
question is on the ballot.
"The only reason we
seem to be doing this is
to save somebody from
themselves," he said.
"Maybe they don't have
the experience or maybe
they're not smart enough
to become a chairperson.
I think if they can make it
through the elections and
go through all the process
that's involved in it, and
going to meetings like at
the VFW and speaking in
front of people, they're
going to be smart enough
to sit in that chair."

Question 2: Big enough
to split?
This is a double-edged
question. In order to have
commissioners reside in
a specific district, the five
districts first have to be
formed. The ordinance
adopted July 23 states that


if districting is adopted,
the commission would
have to approve an initial
plan by Dec. 31, 2014.
As proposed in the
referendum, the residency
requirement would have
a commissioner live for
one year in the district he/
she represents or seeks to
represent, and be elected
at large.
The advisory board
in its November 2010
minutes said districting
prevents one area of the
city from filling a prepon-
derance of seats, creating
the possibility of a preju-
diced vote. The board said
the important aspect is
not where a commissioner
resides but if he or she "is
involved in the commu-
nity and is willing to listen
to the people."
The five-year move to
split the 104-square-mile
city into districts includes
a number of conditions,
including the use of veri-
fied 2010 Census data to
create balanced districts.
When the City
Commission in July
addressed putting the
charter amendments to
referendum, two residents
spoke against creating
districts. Hughes said,
"I think because of the
population, it's prema-
ture for the charter, the
districting. And because
of current city population
(57,357 according to the
2010 Census), it is prema-
ture to split the city into
districts.
Ken Maturo, who lost
his bid for the commis-
sion's Seat 3 in the
primary, says he's against
creating districts.


"I don't think you
meet the six criteria for
developing districts,
which includes ethnicity,
income, special needs and
so on and so forth," he
said. "I don't think you're
ready for districting. It's
not necessary (at) this
time."
In a June joint meeting
of the commission and
advisory board, Steve
Barnhardt said, "I think
districting's a great idea.
I'd love to see it. I'd love
to go to my own district
representative.... But
folks, if you look at that
map that was posted up
here, the may says it all.
There's simply not enough
candidates throughout
this city for this to work."

Question 3: Tite search
City commissioners
on regional boards
have come back to the
city with the complaint
that they frequently
are being asked, what's
a commission chair?
Commissioners Jim
Blucher, Tom Jones and
David Garofalo said they
constantly have to explain
the duties of the chair and
vice chair. Garofalo said
the title "chair" isn't as
appealing to the public,
adding "Mayor Jones"
sounds better.
The chairperson,
shorted to "chair," signs
documents, represents
commissioners at the
Florida League of Cities
or other functions, speaks
at ribbon-cuttings, etc.
The title of mayor would
be used ceremoni-
ously, or in a "weak"
capacity meaning the
person would hold no


ON THE BALLOT
The following are the City Charter questions that appear on the
Nov. 6 general election ballot:
Question 1: Election of Commission Chair and Vice Chair
Presently the City Charter provides for the rotation of the Chair and
Vice Chair of the City Commission by seat number. Are you in favor of
amending the City Charter to provide that the City Commission elect a
Chair and Vice Chair each year, with the restriction that a City Commis-
sioner may not serve two consecutive terms as Chair, or two consecu-
tive terms as Vice Chair?
Question 2: District Residency Requirement
Presently Commissioners are elected City-wide and must reside in
the City. It is proposed that the City be divided into five districts, with
one Commissioner residing in each district. A Commissioner candidate
would have to reside in the district they represent for one year prior
to qualification. Are you in favor of amending the Charter to provide
that the City be divided into five districts, with one Commissioner per
district, elected at large?
Question 3: Title of Mayor
Presently the City Charter provides for a Chair/Vice Chair system. Are
you in favor of amending the City Charter to provide that the Chair/Vice
Chair's titles be changed to Mayor and Vice Mayor, where the duties
remain unchanged?
Question 4: Removal of City Manager from Office
Presently the City Charter provides for the removal of the City
Manager only for good cause, and provides for a hearing. Are you in
favor of amending the City Charter to remove the good cause require-
ment and provide that the City Manager shall be removed from office
by a supermajority vote of the City Commission?
Question 5: Removal of City Auditor Charter Position
Presently the City Charter provides for a City Auditor. This Charter
office has never been filled by the City or used in any manner. Statutory
auditing requirements for the City are handled by an outside auditor
as required by law. Are you in favor of amending the City Charter to
remove the position of City Auditor and all references to the position?
Voters are asked to chose"Yes" if they are for the amendment or"No"


if they are against the amendment.
greater power than fellow
commissioners.
Mary Briggs said she
doesn't believe residents
will benefit from changing
the title.
"What's the point?"
Briggs asked. "We elect
five commissioners.
People may get confused
as to why we have a
mayor when they are a
commissioner, too. We
have a city manager.
So some people might
get confused why we


have both a mayor and
a city manager. Then
the commissioner who
becomes the mayor
would have to explain he
has no more power than
other commissioners.
He still can't do anything
unless two other commis-
sioners vote the same
way he does. Is this really
in the best interest of our
city?'"
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Voters to decide whether they'll pay for road rehab


By ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICH
NORTH PORT COMMUNITY
NEWS EDITOR

NORTH PORT-
During a recent candidate
forum, City Commission
incumbent Mike Treubert
explained he had to shell
out $300 for a rim after
his daughter hit a pothole
while driving on a North
Port road.
"I'm afraid I'm going to
have to pay more because
the other rim is bent too,"
Treubert said. "That's four
years of my payments on
the road referendum."
Treubert emphasized he
couldn't say he supports
the proposed $46 million
road referendum as a city
commissioner (politi-
cians are only allowed to
educate residents about
bond referendums), but
as a longtime resident and
father of children who
damage their vehicles
after hitting potholes, he
favors fixing the roads.
This year, commis-
sioners agreed to add a
road referendum to the
Nov. 6 ballot to let voters
to decide if they want to
rehabilitate 266 miles of
city roads currently in
substandard condition.
If the bond passes, those
roads will be fixed in three
years. Then the city plans
an aggressive schedule
to maintain 210 miles of
roads in the next seven
years. There is 100 miles of
roads that are already in
good shape in the city.
"We would redirect our
current resources, which
are an in-house road
repair program we spend
about $1.5 million to
$1.7 million on annually


for road rehabilitation (of
about 15 miles of roads)
toward a viable, long-
term road maintenance
program," said Public
Works director Branford
Adumuah, who oversees
the Road and Drainage
District. "The program
would involve maintain-
ing at least 30 miles of
roads every year for all
813 miles of public roads
in the city. Consequently,
roads in good to fair
condition will not fall
into substandard condi-
tions. The maintenance
program will include
microsurfacing, crack-
sealing, chip-sealing,
surface rejuvenation and
resurfacing."
Currently, a pothole-
patching crew travels
around the city, making
hundreds of semiperma-
nent repairs. However,
within three months,
many newly patched
potholes are impacted by
rain, and when a road ex-
pands and contracts with
changing temperatures.
The aging road begins to
break up because it can
no longer can handle the
weight of passing traffic
on the asphalt.
"In most other cities
when a pothole is fixed,
it lasts a long time,"
Adumuah said. "The rea-
son is because the asphalt
can be affixed to other
layers of a healthy road
around the pothole. The
50-year-old roads in North
Port are so deteriorated,
there isn't a solid base for
the pothole to be at-
tached. It's a vicious cycle
because we don't have the
money to resurface the
entire road."


PHOTO PROVIDED


A North Port road on the left side is unpaved and falling apart
after 50 years. The right side is how it looks after it is paved.
If the road referendum bond passes the city will rehabilitate
266 miles of roads. Once the bond passes and these roads are
fixed, and the city will work on a long-term road maintenance
program maintaining at least 30 miles of roads every year for
all 813 miles of public roads in the city.


The $46 million road
bond would be paid back
by residents over 26 years,
at a rate of about $46
annually per taxpayer.
The bond is not tied to
property values.
"Fixing roads is tied to
economic development,"
Treubert said. "If the road
in front of your house
is filled with potholes, it
brings the value of your
house down, and if you
want to sell it you can't.
For so long residents
weren't willing to make
the roads better, but it's
time."
Rhonda DeFranco,
who is running against
Treubert for seat 3, sees
the bond issue differently.
"This year, a
$3.3 million paving
contract to subcontract 23
miles of roads with Ajax
Paving was approved," she
said. "That is an estimated
$143,000 per mile half


of what the city is request-
ing per mile. At the rate
of 23 miles per year, it
would take approximately
11 years to pave those
266 miles and would cost
the taxpayers about $38
million. This is less than
half of what the bond will
end up costing North Port
residents and prevent
putting the city in further
debt."
Adumuah said the cost
of asphalt fluctuates.
"Asphalt comes from
oil," he said. "We cannot
predict the exact price for
what asphalt will be in
two years so we have used
a conservative figure. It
could be less and then we
would not spend all of the
money."
Adumuah said he
has driven and walked
all roads in North Port
in 2005 and 2006 and
evaluated the condi-
tions of every road. The


ON THE BALLOT
The following is the proposed City of North Port Bond Referendum
that appears on the Nov. 6 general election ballot:
Approval of Bonds to Finance the Reconstruction and Rehabilitation
of Various Roads
Shall the City of North Port be authorized to issue bonds maturing
not later than 26 years from their date of issuance in an aggregate
principal amount not exceeding $46,000,000, interest upon which will
not exceed the maximum legal rate, to finance the reconstruction and
rehabilitation of approximately 266 miles of roads, which bonds shall
be payable from any legally available non-ad valorem revenues of the
City?
Voters are asked to chose "Yes" if they are for the bonds and "No" if


they are against the bonds.
roads were inventoried
along with a listing on its
condition.
"We know what needs
to be done to each road,"
he said adding road
improvements also means
replacing 50-year-old
pipes that are too small
or damaged and create
drainage issues in many
areas. "We believe it will
be more cost effective to
do the roads over a three-
year period instead of just
a few every year."
Melanee Carmella
Packard said she is against
the bond.
"The city repaved miles
and miles of roads that
have no houses on them,
rather than repaving pot-
hole filled busy streets,"
she said. "Why should we,
taxpayers, have to pay for
their poor choices?"
If the bond is approved,
construction would begin
in a year in the North Port
Estates area, including
North Cranberry and
North Chamberlain bou-
levards, and Estates Drive.
Reconstruction would
continue to the North
Biscayne Drive neigh-
borhood and the older
General Development


section of town at Trionfo
Avenue (the road leading
to Warm Mineral Springs
Day Spa) to the Boys &
Girls Club area. Homes
off Kenwood Drive to
Chancellor Boulevard
also would see road
rehabilitation.
The next phase would
begin in 2015 to fix roads
along Sumter Boulevard,
including Ladyslipper
to Redland avenues,
and continue to South
Salford Boulevard and
Orchard Circle. Other
neighborhood roads,
such as Grandview Drive
and Amnesty Drive, near
Toledo Blade Elementary
School, are also on the list.
The final phase includes
roads in neighborhoods in
the eastern end of town,
including Atwater Drive,
Yorkshire Street, Raintree
Boulevard, Baywood
Avenue, Saturday Street,
Mattox Circle and Abate
Avenue.
A complete list of
all streets that would
be repaired is avail-
able online at www.
cityofnorthport.com/
index.aspx?page= 1412.
Email: eallen@sun-herald.com


Bobcat Trail, Lakeside Plantation, Woodlands hold CDD elections


STAFF REPORT

NORTH PORT -A
community development
district, or CDD, accord-
ing to state statute, is a
special-purpose govern-
ment created to deliver
urban community-de-
velopment services for a
specified area.
A five-member board



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FROM PAGE 14

suggests a different form of
government,' residentVicki
Bailey said. "We shouldn't
have a mayor unless we
have a real mayor. I get a
little angry when I hear we
want to change the title
because we are capable
of much more. People
outside of North Port are
going to say, 'Those people
are at it again.'"


of supervisors serves
as the governing body
of a district and sets
public policies. District
infrastructure, programs,
street lighting and
landscaping are among
the board's duties.
A CDD tradition-
ally hires a management
company, led by a district
manager, to handle the


Question 4: For a good
cause
The City Charter
currently states the
city manager "shall be
removed from office for
good cause by majority
vote of the entire City
Commission." It also
says a city manager who
has served one year may
demand written charges
and a public hearing by
the City Commission,
and his final removal not
take effect until such a
hearing has been held.


daily responsibilities.
Initially, the board of
supervisors is made up
of landowners or their
representatives who
serve four- or two-year
terms. An election pro-
cess evolves, in which the
board gradually moves
from landowner control
to resident control.
Supervisor elections


Board Chairman
Matt Ortner, during
the joint meeting with
the commission, said
his board recommends
"simply removing the
three words "for good
cause." The board, he
said, feels that language
is better detailed in each
city manager's contract.
The change also
has the endorsement
of Colin Baenziger
of Colin Baenziger &
Associates, the company
that conducted the


are held every two years,
along with the general
election in November.
Supervisors are elected
by voters who reside
within the district.
There are elections
Nov. 6 in three North
Port CDDs Bobcat
Trail, located off South
Toledo Blade Boulevard
and south of East


city manager search
that found current City
Manager Jonathan Lewis.

Question 5:
Arrivederci, auditor
In its 50-plus years of
existence, the city has
never filled the charter
position of auditor. To
comply with statutory
requirements, auditing
has been done by an
outside auditor. The
advisory board recom-
mends striking Article
XV and eliminating


Price Boulevard; The
Woodlands, bordered by
Interstate 75 and Toledo
Blade and East Price; and
Lakeside Plantation, off
Toledo Blade and south
of The Woodlands.
The candidates in each
race are:
SBobcat Trail Seat
3, Ken Cisewski (in-
cumbent) and Marjorie


the charter position;
however, its intent is
that an internal auditor
position be under the
city manager if the
commission thinks an
auditor is necessary. That
determination now is up
to the voters.
Resident Sam Jones
said at the joint meeting,
"In terms of keeping
(the auditor's position)
in the charter, I think it's
absolutely critical to keep
it in the charter. So, it's a
constitutional officer like


Lawson; Seat 5, Kenneth
Botzung and Clint Parks
(incumbent)
Lakeside Plantation
- Seat 4, William
Capozzi (incumbent) and
Camille Stephens; Seat 5,
Sharon Greisz and Alan
Sabol
The Woodlands -
Seat 4, Luis Mendoza and
Rodger Underwood


the city manager and (city
clerk and city attorney),
has the same level of
responsibility 'cause
that's how important that
function can be."
Barnhardt said the
commission has gone
back and forth on the
issue numerous times
and said the position "is
a very serious check."
He said it does not cost
the city anything to
leave the position in the
charter.
Email: csakowitz@sun-herald.com


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OFFICIAL GENERAL ELECTION BALLOT
m- SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
NOVEMBER 6, 2012

S TO VOTE, COMPLETELY FILL IN THE OVAL m NEXT TO YOUR CHOICE.
Use only the marker provided or a black pen.
If you make a mistake, don't hesitate to ask for a new ballot. If you erase or make other marks, your vote may not count.
m To vote for a candidate whose name is not printed on the ballot, fill in the oval M, and write in the candidate's name on the
S blank line provided for a write-in candidate.

S PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL
m- (Vote for One) (Vote for One) ,
Shall Judge Anthony K. Black of the Second
-) Mitt Romney REP C-- Karen E. Rushing REP District Court of Appeal be retained in office?
Paul Ryan Write-in

m Barack Obama DEM BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS C) YES
Joe Biden DISTRICT 3
) NO
(Vote for One)
S (D Thomas Robert Stevens OBJ DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL
Alden Link
m-_) Christine Robinson REP m
Shall Judge Darryl C. Casanueva of the
C) Gary Johnson LBT C Jennifer Cohen DEM Second District Court of Appeal be retained in
James P. Gray office?
SP G BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS of

m Virgil H. Goode, Jr. CPF DISTRICT 5 YES
James N. Clymer (Vote for One)
m C_ NO
S CD Jill Stein GRE CD Charles Hines REP DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL
Cheri Honkala Write-in
Shall Judge Charles A. Davis Jr. of the Second
SAndre Barnett REF CHARTER REVIEW BOARD District Court of Appeal be retained in office?
Kenneth Cross DISTRICT 2
(Vote for One)
C Stewart Alexander SOC C)D YES
Alex Mendoza
Alex Mendo CD Donna Barcomb REP ( NO

CD Peta Lindsay PSL CD Alexandra Coe LBT DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL
Yari Osorio
CHARTER REVIEW BOARD
SDCHARTER REVIEW BOARD Shall Judge Edward C. LaRose of the Second
SRoseanne Barr PFP DISTRICT 5 District Court of Appeal be retained in office?
Cindy Sheehan (Vote for One)

STom Hoefling AIP C John J. Fellin REP C YES
Jonathan D. Ellis
Jonathan D. Ellis Kevin T. Connelly NPA D NO

Ross C. "Rocky" Anderson JPF HOSPITAL BOARD NORTH PORT
Luis J. Rodriguez CENTRAL SEAT 1 COMMISSIONER SEAT 1
Write-in (Vote for One) (Vote For One)
SWrite-in_ __
SCD Alex Miller REP C__) Cheryl Cook
m UNITED STATES SENATOR C Teresa Carafelli DEM C David Garofalo
m (Vote for One) JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT NORTH PORT
Connie Mack REP COMMISSIONER SEAT 3
Shall Justice R. Fred Lewis of the Supreme Court (Vote For One)
C ) Bill Nelson DEM be retained in office?
C ) Bill Gaylor NPA C ) Rhonda Y. DiFranco
m Chris Borgia NPA C ) YES ( ) Michael R. Treubert
C Write-in ( ) NO

m REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
DISTRICT 16
(Vote for One) Shall Justice Barbara J. Pariente of the Supreme
m- Court be retained in office?
S) Vern Buchanan REP
C ) Keith Fitzgerald DEM C ) YES
m STATE ATTORNEY C ) NO
12TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
S12T(Vote for One) JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
(Vote for One)
Shall Justice Peggy A. Quince of the Supreme
) Ed Brodsky REP Court be retained in office? m
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SC John Torraco DEM
m STATE REPRESENTATIVE C) YES
DISTRICT 74
(Vote for One)

C() Doug Holder REP
- CD Andrew Saltman DEM







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NO. 1
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE I, SECTION 28

HEALTH CARE SERVICES

Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to prohibit laws or rules
from compelling any person or employer to purchase, obtain, or otherwise
provide for health care coverage; permit a person or an employer to
purchase lawful health care services directly from a health care provider;
permit a health care provider to accept direct payment from a person or an
employer for lawful health care services; exempt persons, employers, and
health care providers from penalties and taxes for paying directly or
accepting direct payment for lawful health care services; and prohibit laws or
rules from abolishing the private market for health care coverage of any
lawful health care service. Specifies that the amendment does not affect
which health care services a health care provider is required to perform or
provide; affect which health care services are permitted by law; prohibit care
provided pursuant to general law relating to workers' compensation; affect
laws or rules in effect as of March 1, 2010; affect the terms or conditions of
any health care system to the extent that those terms and conditions do not
have the effect of punishing a person or an employer for paying directly for
lawful health care services or a health care provider for accepting direct
payment from a person or an employer for lawful health care services; or
affect any general law passed by two-thirds vote of the membership of each
house of the Legislature, passed after the effective date of the amendment,
provided such law states with specificity the public necessity justifying the
exceptions from the provisions of the amendment. The amendment
expressly provides that it may not be construed to prohibit negotiated
provisions in insurance contracts, network agreements, or other provider
agreements contractually limiting copayments, coinsurance, deductibles, or
other patient charges.


C )YES
( ) NO


NO. 2
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6
ARTICLE XII, SECTION 32


VETERANS DISABLED DUE TO COMBAT INJURY;
HOMESTEAD PROPERTY TAX DISCOUNT

Proposing an amendment to Section 6 of Article VII and the creation of
Section 32 of Article XII of the State Constitution to expand the availability of
the property discount on the homesteads of veterans who became disabled
as the result of a combat injury to include those who were not Florida
Residents when they entered the military and schedule the amendment to
take effect January 1, 2013.

m- ( YES
S C) NO
SNNO. 3
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTIONS 1 AND 19
ARTICLE XII, SECTION 32

STATE GOVERNMENT REVENUE LIMITATION

This proposed amendment to the State Constitution replaces the existing
State revenue limitation based on Florida personal income growth with a new
State revenue limitation based on inflation and population changes. Under
the amendment, state revenues, as defined in the amendment, collected in
excess of the revenue limitation must be deposited into the budget
stabilization fund until the fund reaches its maximum balance, and thereafter
shall be used for the support and maintenance of public schools by reducing
Sthe minimum financial effort required from school districts for participation in
a state-funded education finance program, or, if the minimum financial effort
is no longer required, returned to the taxpayers. The Legislature may
Increase the state revenue limitation through a bill approved by a super
Majority vote of each house of the Legislature. The Legislature may also
submit a proposed increase in the state revenue limitation to the voters. The
SLegislature must implement this proposed amendment by general law. The
amendment will take effect upon approval by the electors and will first apply
to the 2014-2015 state fiscal year.



- (7 YES
-Q) NO


NO. 4
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTIONS 4, 6
ARTICLE XII, SECTIONS 27, 32, 33

PROPERTY TAX LIMITATIONS; PROPERTY VALUE
DECLINE; REDUCTION FOR NONHOMESTEAD
ASSESSMENT INCREASES; DELAY OF SCHEDULED
REPEAL

(1) This would amend Florida Constitution Article VII, Section 4 (Taxation;
assessments) and Section 6 (Homestead exemptions). It also would amend
Article XII, Section 27, and add Sections 32 and 33, relating to the Schedule
for the amendments. (2) In certain circumstances, the law requires the
assessed value of homestead and specified nonhomestead property to
increase when thejust value of the property decreases. Therefore, this
amendment provides that the Legislature may, by general law, provide that
the assessment of homestead and specified nonhomestead property may
not increase if thejust value of that property is less than the just value of the
property on the preceding January 1, subject to any adjustment in the
assessed value due to changes, additions, reductions, or improvements to
such property which are assessed as provided for by general law. This
amendment takes effect upon approval by the voters. If approved at a
special election held on the date of the 2012 presidential preference primary,
it shall operate retroactively to January 1, 2012, or, if approved at the 2012
general election, shall take effect January 1, 2013. (3) This amendment
reduces from 10 percent to 5 percent the limitation on annual changes in
assessments of nonhomestead real property. This amendment takes effect
upon approval of the voters. If approved at a special election held on the
date of the 2012 presidential preference primary, it shall operate
retroactively to January 1, 2012, or, if approved at the 2012 general election,
takes effect January 1, 2013. (4) This amendment also authorizes general
law to provide, subject to conditions specified in such law, an additional
homestead exemption to every person who establishes the right to receive
the homestead exemption provided in the Florida Constitution within 1 year
after purchasing the homestead property and who has not owned property in
the previous 3 calendar years to which the Florida homestead exemption
applied. The additional homestead exemption shall apply to all levies except
school district levies. The additional exemption is an amount equal to 50
percent of the homestead property'sjust value on January 1 of the year the
homestead is established. The additional homestead exemption may not
exceed an amount equal to the median just value of all homestead property
within the county where the property at issue is located for the calendar year
immediately preceding January 1 of the year the homestead is established.
The additional exemption shall apply for the shorter of 5 years or the year of
sale of the property. The amount of the additional exemption shall be
reduced in each subsequent year by an amount equal to 20 percent of the
amount of the additional exemption received in the year the homestead was
established or by an amount equal to the difference between the just value
of the property and the assessed value of the property determined under
Article VII, Section 4(d), whichever is greater. Not more than one such
exemption shall be allowed per homestead property at one time. The
additional exemption applies to property purchased on or after January 1,
2011, if approved by the voters at a special election held on the date of the
2012 presidential preference primary, or to property purchased on or after
January 1, 2012, if approved by the voters at the 2012 general election. The
additional exemption is not available in the sixth and subsequent years after
it is first received. The amendment shall take effect upon approval by the
voters. If approved at a special election held on the date of the 2012
presidential preference primary, it shall operate retroactively to January 1,
2012, or, if approved at the 2012 general election, takes effect January 1,
2013. (5) This amendment also delays until 2023, the repeal, currently
scheduled to take effect in 2019, of constitutional amendments adopted in
2008 which limit annual assessment increases for specified nonhomestead
real property. This amendment delays until 2022 the submission of an
amendment proposing the abrogation of such repeal to the voters.


C) YES
C- NO


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NO. 5
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE V, SECTIONS 2, 11, AND 12

STATE COURTS

Proposing a revision of Article V of the State
Constitution relating to the judiciary. The State
Constitution authorizes the Supreme Court to adopt
rules for the practice and procedure in all courts.
The constitution further provides that a rule of court
may be repealed by a general law enacted by a
two-thirds vote of the membership of each house of
the Legislature. This proposed constitutional
revision eliminates the requirement that a general
law repealing a court rule pass by a two-thirds vote
of each house, thereby providing that the
Legislature may repeal a rule of court by a general
law approved by a majority vote of each house of
the Legislature that expresses the policy behind the
repeal. The court could readopt the rule in
conformity with the public policy expressed by the
Legislature, but if the Legislature determines that a
rule has been readopted and repeals the readopted
rule, this proposed revision prohibits the court from
further readopting the repealed rule without the
Legislature's prior approval. Under current law,
rules of the judicial nominating commissions and
the Judicial Qualifications Commission may be
repealed by general law enacted by a majority vote
of the membership of each house of the
Legislature. Under this proposed revision, a vote to
repeal those rules is changed to repeal by general
law enacted by a majority vote of the legislators
present. Under current law, the Governor appoints
a justice of the Supreme Court from a list of
nominees provided by a judicial nominating
commission, and appointments by the Governor are
not subject to confirmation. This revision requires
Senate confirmation of a justice of the Supreme
Court before the appointee can take office. If the
Senate votes not to confirm the appointment, the
judicial nominating commission must reconvene
and may not renominate any person whose prior
appointment to fill the same vacancy was not
confirmed by the Senate. For the purpose of
confirmation, the Senate may meet at any time. If
the Senate fails to vote on the appointment of a
justice within 90 days, thejustice will be deemed
confirmed and will take office. The Judicial
Qualifications Commission is an independent
commission created by the State Constitution to
investigate and prosecute before the Florida
Supreme Court alleged misconduct by a justice or
judge. Currently under the constitution, commission
proceedings are confidential until formal charges
are filed by the investigative panel of the
commission. Once formal charges are filed, the
formal charges and all further proceedings of the
commission are public. Currently, the constitution
authorizes the House of Representatives to
impeach a justice or judge. Further, the Speaker of
the House of Representatives may request, and the
Judicial Qualifications Commission must make
available, all information in the commission's
possession for use in deciding whether to impeach
a justice or judge. This proposed revision requires
the commission to make all of its files available to
the Speaker of the House of Representatives but
provides that such files would remain confidential
during any investigation by the House of
Representatives and until such information is used
in the pursuit of an impeachment of justice or
judge. This revision also removes the power of the
Governor to request files of the Judicial
Qualifications Commission to conform to a prior
constitutional change. This revision also makes
technical and clarifying additions and deletions
relating to the selection of chief judges of a circuit
and relating to the Judicial Qualifications
Commission, and makes other nonsubstantive
conforming and technical changes in the judicial
article of the constitution.


) YES
SNO


NO. 6
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE I, SECTION 28

PROHIBITION ON PUBLIC FUNDING OF
ABORTIONS; CONSTRUCTION OF
ABORTION RIGHTS

This proposed amendment provides that public
funds may not be expended for any abortion or for
health-benefits coverage that includes coverage of
abortion. This prohibition does not apply to an
expenditure required by federal law, a case in which
a woman suffers from a physical disorder, physical
injury, or physical illness that would place her in
danger of death unless an abortion is performed, or
a case of rape or incest. This proposed amendment
provides that the State Constitution may not be
interpreted to create broader rights to an abortion
than those contained in the United States
Constitution. With respect to abortion, this proposed
amendment overrules court decisions which
conclude that the right of privacy under Article I,
Section 23 of the State Constitution is broader in
scope than that of the United States Constitution.

CD YES
C )NO

NO. 8
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE I, SECTION 3

RELIGIOUS FREEDOM

Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution
providing that no individual or entity may be denied,
on the basis of religious identity or belief,
governmental benefits, funding or other support,
except as required by the First Amendment to the
United States Constitution, and deleting the
prohibition against using revenues from the public
treasury directly or indirectly in aid of any church,
sect, or religious denomination or in aid of any
sectarian institution.


C YES
C )NO
NO. 9
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6
ARTICLE XII, SECTION 32

HOMESTEAD PROPERTY TAX
EXEMPTION FOR SURVIVING SPOUSE
OF MILITARY VETERAN OR FIRST
RESPONDER

Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution
to authorize the Legislature to provide by general
law ad valorem homestead property tax relief to the
surviving spouse of a military veteran who died from
service- connected causes while on active duty or
to the surviving spouse of a first responder who
died in the line of duty. The amendment authorizes
the Legislature to totally exempt or partially exempt
such surviving spouse's homestead property from
ad valorem taxation. The amendment defines a first
responder as a law enforcement officer, a
correctional officer, a firefighter, an emergency
medical technician, or a paramedic. This
amendment shall take effect January 1, 2013.


C) YES
C NO


NO. 10
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTION 3
ARTICLE XII, SECTION 32

TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY
TAX EXEMPTION

Proposing an amendment to the State
Constitution to: (1) Provide an exemption from
ad valorem taxes levied by counties,
municipalities, school districts, and other local
governments on tangible personal property if
the assessed value of an owner's tangible
personal property is greater than $25,000 but
less than $50,000. This new exemption, if
approved by the voters, will take effect on
January 1, 2013, and apply to the 2013 tax roll
and subsequent tax rolls. (2) Authorize a
county or municipality for the purpose of its
respective levy, and as provided by general
law, to provide tangible personal property tax
exemptions by ordinance. This is in addition to
other statewide tangible personal property tax
exemptions provided by the Constitution and
this amendment.

D YES
C ) NO
NO. 11
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6

ADDITIONAL HOMESTEAD
EXEMPTION; LOW-INCOME
SENIORS WHO MAINTAIN LONG-
TERM RESIDENCY ON PROPERTY;
EQUAL TO ASSESSED VALUE

Proposing an amendment to the State
Constitution to authorize the Legislature, by
general law and subject to conditions set forth
in the general law, to allow counties and
municipalities to grant an additional homestead
tax exemption equal to the assessed value of
homestead property if the property has a just
value less than $250,000 to an owner who has
maintained permanent residency on the
property for not less than 25 years, who has
attained age 65, and who has a low household
income as defined by general law.

D YES
S) NO
NO. 12
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE IX, SECTION 7

APPOINTMENT OF STUDENT
BODY PRESIDENT TO BOARD OF
GOVERNORS OF THE STATE
UNIVERSITY SYSTEM

Proposing an amendment to the State
Constitution to replace the president of the
Florida Student Association with the chair of
the council of state university student body
presidents as the student member of the
Board of Governors of the State University
System and to require that the Board of
Governors organize such council of state
university student body presidents.


) YES
C NO


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Sarasota County Charter Amendment
CHARTER AMENDMENT PROVIDING TIMETABLE FOR
PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENT REFERENDUM;
EFFECTIVE DATE OF VOTER-APPROVED AMENDMENTS.

Shall subsection 7.1 be amended providing: (a) referendum for Charter
amendments proposed by citizen initiative, County Commission, Legislature
held at next general election rather than within 60 days after filing, provided
amendment filed with County Commission 120 days before election, (b)
referendum for amendments proposed by Charter Review Board held at
next general election, rather than next countywide election, provided
proposed amendment filed with County Commission 120 days before
election; (c) amendments effective upon certification of election results.

= Yes, for the amendment
C No, against the amendment


City of North Port Charter Amendments
QUESTION ONE
Election of Commission Chair and Vice Chair

Presently the City Charter provides for the rotation of the Chair and Vice
Chair of the City Commission by seat number. Are you in favor of amending
the City Charter to provide that the City Commission elect a Chair and Vice
Chair each year, with the restriction that a City Commissioner may not serve
two consecutive terms as Chair, or two consecutive terms as Vice Chair?




( ) YES for Approval
) NO for Rejection
QUESTION TWO
District Residency Requirement

Presently Commissioners are elected City-wide and must reside in the City.
It is proposed that the City be divided into five districts, with one
Commissioner residing in each district. A Commissioner candidate would
have to reside in the district they represent for one year prior to qualification.
Are you in favor of amending the Charter to provide that the City be divided
into five districts, with one Commissioner per district, elected at large?

C YES for Approval
C_ NO for Rejection
QUESTION THREE
Title of Mayor

Presently the City Charter provides for a Chair/Vice Chair system. Are you
in favor of amending the City Charter to provide that the Chair/Vice Chair's
titles be changed to Mayor and Vice Mayor, where the duties remain
unchanged?


( ) YES for Approval
) NO for Rejection
QUESTION FOUR
Removal of City Manager from Office

Presently the City Charter provides for the removal of the City Manager only
for good cause, and provides for a hearing. Are you in favor of amending
the City Charter to remove the good cause requirement and provide that the
City Manager shall be removed from office by a supermajority vote of the
City Commission?


) YES for Approval
(C_ NO for Rejection


City of North Port Charter Amendments
QUESTION FIVE
Removal of City Auditor Charter Position

Presently the City Charter provides for a City Auditor. This Charter office
has never been filled by the City or used in any manner. Statutory auditing
requirements for the City are handled by an outside auditor as required by
law. Are you in favor of amending the City Charter to remove the position of
City Auditor and all references to the position?




YES for Approval
C) NO for Rejection
City of North Port Bond Referendum


Approval of Bonds to Finance the Reconstruction and
Rehabilitation of Various Roads

Shall the City of North Port be authorized to issue bonds maturing not later
than 26 years from their date of issuance in an aggregate principal amount
not exceeding $46,000,000, interest upon which will not exceed the
maximum legal rate, to finance the reconstruction and rehabilitation of
approximately 266 miles of roads, which bonds shall be payable from any
legally available non-ad valorem revenues of the City?



0 YES FOR BONDS
( ) NO AGAINST BONDS


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Port's roads. The question is whether to approve
a 26-year, $46 million bond to finance road
improvements.

The road bond funding would allow current
resources to be redirected into ongoing
maintenance to improve North Port's road quality.

In other words, money now spent patching
problem spots can be redirected and city
roads could receive regular maintenance and
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ago when he saw one on
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or modifying old cars and
trucks was something the
former 30-year employee
of the Delco Kokomo, Ind.,
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pickup's metal box above the
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wish. Doug and Carol Wood are the coordinators. For more information phone 941-497-4995 or 941-575-1 I ,'
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to pre-register, simply stop by! More information call 941-639-8217.
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Traffic getting heavy at car shows


hat a great
weekend for a
car show. Muscle
Car City had its monthly
car show Saturday with
some fantastic weather.
Several new car nuts came,
so I guess the invasion of
snowbirds is on its way.
Tom, from Tom's
Traveling Tunes, said he is
getting very busy with car
shows, and Rick Treworgy,
owner of Muscle Car City,
said he notices an upswing
of cars attending the car
shows. Nick, from Nicks'
Custom Trim in Port
Charlotte, said he too is
noticing more activity in
his shop. Welcome back
car nuts.
I would like to thank
Dave D'Amore of the
Muscle Car City parts
department for opening a
brand new carburetor box
so I could see what type
of gasket I needed for my
carburetor and helping get
the right parts I needed.
Two local AACA senior
master judges, Ruth
and HenryWagley, just
returned home from
Hershey, Pa., where they
participated in the judging
for a National AACA meet.
They have been judging
cars for over 20 years. Both
judge the "Little Birds,"
1955 to 1957 T-birds. Henry
had the opportunity to
see two unusual cars, the
Brewster and the Muntz.
The Brewster was a
coach company that
started in 1810. In the early
1900s it made the body for
the Rolls Royce in the U.S.
In the Depression era, it
partnered with Ford and
made the Brewster-Ford,
using some body parts
of the Rolls Royce. The
Brewster Co. went bank-
rupt in 1935.
Earl "Mad Man" Muntz


Luuukes ride.


PHOTOS PROVIDED


Muscle Car City Car Show.
created the Muntz Jet in
the early 1950s. Only 400
were made. The company
lost over $1,000 on each
car it made and went
bankrupt. Muntz started
the phrase "I want to
give them away, but Mrs.
Muntz won't let me. ...
She's craaazy! ... I buy 'em
retail, sell 'em wholesale
- more fun that way!" ...
"You too can be a wealthy
pedestrian!" ... "Just sound
your horn, we pay by ear!"
You might remember
him from the TVs he made
and the four-track player.
He went broke on every
project he started.
Several months ago,
Dave "it is what it is"
Williams was trying to
come up with a solution
to remove the bugs off our
cars easier. So I spent $20


and brought several bottles
of bug remover.
Well, none of them
worked, even his bug
remover windshield
washer product. So, I went
to an expert, the Internet.
I found a product that if
applied properly makes
bug removal easy.
I should try and make
a few dollars on what I
found, but because I'm
a nice guy I'll let you in
on what I found. Good
old paste wax. I found an
old can of Turtle Wax and
applied several coats to my
wife's white car. After she
and MarshaWalton took
a trip to the mall that sells
those expensive purses, the
car was full of dead bugs.
The dead bugs came right
off with no effort at all.
The hard part was the


windshield. That's my next
project. No, that stuff you
buy to keep the rain off
does not work. All it does is
mess up the wipers. That's
another story.
For those of you who
would like to see the
vehicles that Fluuuke and
Luuuke drive, check out
the pictures. As far as a
picture of them, I think it
would be too scary.
Lots of car shows
going on. Check the Sun
newspaper each day to see
what's going on.
Other websites:
* www.flhrh.com;
* www.flacarshows.com;
* www.carshownews.com/
national/FL.htm;
* www.floridacarclubs.
com/html/showsbydate.
html.
Email: Danny G. atlugnuts@gmx.com.


2012 Miami auto


show gets new


name, new look,


40 manufacturers


Big changes are in
store this year for fans
of the South Florida
International Auto Show.
Most notably, the
show officially has
changed its name to
the Miami International
Auto Show, paying
homage to the alluring
destination it has called
home for 42 years. The
show will be sporting a
whole new look, com-
plete with new exhibits
and interactive elements
when it opens Nov. 9
for its annual 10-day
run at the Miami Beach
Convention Center.
"We are so excited to
unveil the new features
of our 2012 auto show
and feel the new name
truly reflects the culture
and history of this time-
honored South Beach
event," show chairman
Mario Murgado said.
Among the new
exhibits planned this
year is Eco Experience,
which will educate envi-
ronmentally conscious
customers with cutting-
edge displays focused on
renewable energy and
alternative fuel vehicles.
For the first time ever,
showgoers will be able
to experience select
electric cars inside on
the main-floor inside
track.
The redesigned show
will also debut the
first-ever Topless in
Miami exhibit presented


in partnership with the
Southern Automotive
Media Association. The
unique showcase will
allow guests to fully
experience a convertible
car while never leaving
the showroom floor.
In addition to the new
exhibits, showgoers can
also expect to see re-
turning favorites such as
Memory Lane, featuring
American muscle cars,
and a special exhibit
showcasing classic cars
from Havana. In Million
Dollar Alley, visitors can
fantasize about their ul-
timate joy toy, six-figure
cars. Outside, Camp Jeep
will offer test drives and
put visitors behind the
wheel of popular new
models.
About 40 major
auto manufacturers
will fill the hall with
several hundred new
cars, trucks, crossovers
and SUVs, making this
show one of America's
top five in attendance in
the country. The South
Florida Automobile
Dealers Association
comprises more than
190 dealerships in
Miami-Dade, Broward,
Palm Beach and Monroe
counties. For more
information about the
Miami International
Auto Show, contact show
coordinator Cliff Ray
at 305-981-1448, or the
auto show website
www.sfliautoshow.com.


What to do if you find yourself in too deep


Dear Tom and Ray:
I'm an authentic
Chinese citizen
writing to you guys from
China. Did you imagine
you would ever have faith-
ful listeners and readers
across the Pacific? Well,
you have at least one! I
studied and worked in the
U.S. for 10 years before
moving my family back
to China. Now I com-
mute about 50 miles a
day by car. Your "Car Talk"
radio-show podcast has
made this routine journey
bearable, and even joyful
sometimes. Thank you!
My question: Last week,
a huge storm hit Beijing,
causing serious flooding
inside the city. One man
reportedly drove his SUV
under an underpass, and
got trapped under 10
feet of water. Realizing
that his car windows and
doors were all stuck (or
locked), he desperately
tried to crack a window
to escape. Meanwhile, he
called his wife, asking her
to come and rescue him
with a hammer. Sadly,
after spending about 40
minutes inside the car, he
still could not break the
window. When his wife
arrived, it was too late.
oon


CLICK and CLACK

TALK CARS
by Tom & Ray Magliozzi






',



Because anyone who owns a car
needs a laugh twice a week.
Of course, shame on the
government's infrastruc-
ture system. But I wonder
what advice you would
offer to anyone who finds
himself in this sort of
situation. You may think it
is an uncommon scenario,
but who can exclude the
possibility that a disgrun-
tled husband, like myself,
desperately annoyed by
his wife, may want to
terminate his life by driv-
ing his car into a lake? And
when he is already in the
water, he realizes he forgot
to turn off the rice cooker,
and suddenly needs to get
out? Thanks! -Yang
TOM: That's why we
always say make sure you
double-check the rice


cooker before leaving the
house, Yang.
RAY: Actually, this kind
of accident, where a car
ends up under or
largely under water
can happen anywhere. So
here's what you need to
know in case it happens
to you.
TOM: First, the window
is a better option than
the door. There's a huge
amount of pressure
against the outside of the
door from the surround-
ing water, so it's very, very
hard to push open a door.
RAY: Second, on many
cars, power windows will
continue to work for at
least a short time after a
car has been submerged.
So Step 1 is to take a deep
breath and try to open
your window immediately.
If you have passengers,
make sure they're all
conscious and free of their
seatbelts before letting
water flood in.
TOM: In case the power
windows do not work,
then you should keep a
tool in the glove box that
you can use to break a
window. Car windows
are hard to break.
Manufacturers don't want
them to break easily, or


they'd be breaking all the
time when they get hit by
road debris.
RAY: Car glass also is
tempered, which means
it's been specially manu-
factured to be harder
to break. And when it
does break, it's supposed
to shatter into small,
non-sharp pieces. That's
so that in the event of an
accident, there are no
shards or dangerous glass
spears that can injure the
car's occupants.
TOM: The way you break
tempered glass is with
a sharp, pointed object.
A hammer, along with
something like an awl or
nail set will suffice. Or there
are special small, pointy
hammers made just for
breaking car windows in an
emergency. So it's a good
idea to keep something like
that in your glove box.
RAY: If you find yourself
stuck without such a tool,
your best bet probably is
using your feet and trying
to push out the wind-
shield or rear window.
Neither of those is set
in tracks, like the side
windows, and they may
be easier to dislodge than
the windows in the your
car's doors.


TOM: But our best
advice is to be very careful
around water. It's hard to
know how deep a puddle
is before driving into it.
So if you do encounter
a puddle of unknown
depth, proceed very, very
slowly, and stop if neces-
sary. Or even better, wait
until some other knuckle-
head goes through it and
see if he makes it first.
Good luck, Yang!

Gas-can spout in
gas tank can be
left alone
Dear Tom and Ray: I
have a 1964 Mercedes 230
SL. While I was adding
gas, the detachable plastic
spout from a five-gallon
gas can fell into my car's
gas tank. I asked our
mechanic how to find and
remove the spout; he said
I'd have to empty the tank
and he'd have to remove
the entire tank from the
car. This option seems
expensive and like overkill
to me. Do you know of
some kind of grabber
with a camera or light
that can be used to find
the spout and remove it?
Or do you have any other
suggestions? Thank you


for any help you can give.
- Cathy
TOM: Yes. My sugges-
tion would be to forget all
about it. I don't think it's
going to hurt anything.
RAY: I agree. It's obvi-
ously not going to dissolve
in the tank. How do we
know that? It used to be
part of a gas can.
TOM: It's probably just
going to float around in
there, so it won't block any-
thing. After all, it's open at
both ends, so any gasoline
that gets into one end will
flow out the other.
RAY: And it's unlikely to
interfere with the pickup
at the bottom of the tank
where the gasoline gets
pumped out. So I'd pre-
tend it never happened.
TOM: And if it does
create a problem some-
day, deal with it then. By
that time, if that day ever
comes, you may have
already traded up for a '65.
Get more Click and
Clack in their new book,
"Ask Click and Clack:
Answers from Car Talk."
Gota question about cars?
Write to Click and Clack
in care of this newspaper,
or email them by visiting
the Car Talk website at
www.cartalk.com.






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SKILLED TRADES
2050


FULL TIME MECHANIC
needed for local citrus com-
pany. D/L required with clean
MVR. Apply in person at 1192
NE Livingston St., Arcadia, FL.
Monday-Friday 7am-5pm,
INSULATION INSTALLER
Must have clean valid DL.
Background check, Apply @
Jansen & Son's 745 Com-
merce Drive. Venice Fl, DFWP
LEAD ELECTRICIAN,
5 YRS Experience Necessary
Must Have Clean, Valid FL
Driver's License. Nonsmoker.
electrician82012@yahoo.com
MAINTENANCE PERSON
NEEDED
for Senior Apt. Building in
Port Charlotte. Must Enjoy
Working with Seniors, Be
Experienced and Reliable.
F/T with Benefits. EOE, DFWP
Fax Resume or Letter of
Interest to: 941-624-2283
MIKE DOUGLASS
PLUMBING
HYDRO-JETTING
LINING DIVISION
IS LOOKING FOR:
LINING TECHNICIANS,
LINING EXPERIENCE
NECESSARY!!!!!!
CALL 941-473-2344
ADVERT ISE
In
The Classifieds!
PAINTER, PART TIME,
Experienced.
Please call 941-726-6919
PAINTERS NEEDED
EXPERIENCED
FOR BOCA GRANDE
CUSTOM BUILDER.
TOLLS PAID. D/F/W/P
CALL (941)-964-2231
PORT CHARLOTTE
FLORIST needs full time &
experienced Floral Designer!
Apply in person only at
900 Tamiami Trial


SKILLED TRADES
2050


ROOFERS, EXPERIENCED
in all phases. Drivers License
& transp. req'd. 941-474-5487
ROYAL COACHMAN
RV RESORT
is seeking a qualified and
experienced maintenance
technician w/proven suc-
cess for our beautiful resort
in Nokomis FL. We prefer 1
to 5 yrs hands-on general
maintenance experience.
ie: plumbing, electrical, car-
pentry, painting, etc. This
position pays $10/hr w/ben-
efits. Please submit resume
to: Jason_rosenberg
@equitylifestyle.com EOE
SCREENER, PART TIME,
Experienced.
Please call 941-474-3740
TIRE TECH, immediate open-
ing for experienced tech.
Apply at North Port Tire, 59
N. Tamiami Tr. PC. or call
941-743-2777
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S2060


Development Manager
Suncoast Humane Society
Looking for a highly motivated,
team player to head our devel-
opment program. Responsibili-
ties include grant writing and
reports, a planned giving pro-
gram, and development of pro-
motional publications. Detailed
knowledge of computer pro-
grams a must. Will maintain
our web-site & social media
presence. Works with manage-
ment team on fundraising
events and projects. Previous
development/marketing experi-
ence necessary. Must promote
the mission of Suncoast
Humane Society. Please no
phone calls.
Send resume to: Phil Snyder,
Executive Director
philsnyder@humane.org


SALES
2070


Advertising Sales
Executive
The Charlotte Sun is
looking for "Winners" to
join our team of
professional Advertising
Sales Executives.
If you are never satisfied
with average successes,
are self-motivated, goal
oriented, confident,
enthusiastic and believe
that the customer is all
important, we would like
to talk to you.
The successful
candidates must possess
good oral and written
communication skills, be
organized and a team
player. Sales experience
a plus but we will train
the right persons.
We offer:
* Competitive salary plus
commission
* Vacation
* Health insurance
* Sick and short term
disability
" Training
* Stable company that is
very Community minded
and involved.
Please send resume to:
Advertising Director,
Leslee Peth
Charlotte Sun
23170 Harborview Road
Charlotte Harbor, FL
33980
Email:
Lpeth@sun-herald.com
We are an Equal
Opportunity Employer &
a Drug Free Diversified
Workplace.

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2070


Crest Cadillac of Venice,
a Sunset Automotive Group
Company, is adding 2 sales
associates
* Luxury Auto Sales Associate
With proven track record in
high ticket sales
* Pre-Owned Internet Sales
Experience with online
automotive sales and all
website applications
Position offers comprehensive
benefit package and great
work environment.
Send resume to:
jkaminske@sunsetautogroup.com
Drug Free Workplace EOE



IN THE SUN
CLASSIFIED
YOU CAN.....

/Find a Pet
/Find a Car
/Find a Job
/Find Garage Sales
/Find A New Employee
/Sell Your Home
/Sell Your Unwanted
Merchandise
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Business or Service


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right results


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/ NEW
BUSINESS
DEVELOPER
INSIDE TELEPHONE
SALES
We Want to hire experienced
sales people that are self
starters with excellent
communication and
customer service skills.
Must be energetic, result
driven, and want to Wi I
You will be selling
advertising in the largest
classified product in the
state of Florida. Because of
our track record with
customer success, we offer
viable solutions to keep all
types of businesses top of
mind and to help grow their
business.
We Offer:
*Competitive salary plus
commissions
*Vacation
*Health Insurance
*Sick and short term
disability.
0401(k)
*Training
*Advancement opportunities
If you are looking for a
career in a positive
environment with growth
potential and have a real
desire to succeed,
please contact
gkotz@sun-herald.com
We are a drug & nicotine
free workplace.
Pre-employmentdrug &
nicotine testing
required.
A Bargain Hunters Delight
Check the
Classifieds first!
A Whole Marketplace of
shopping is right at your
fingertips!
Call The Sun Classifieds
Today!
From Venice, Englewood,
North Port Areas
Call 941-207-1200
From Pt. Charlotte Areas
Call 941-206-1200


SALES
2070


REAL ESTATE SALES
We have opportunities for
motivated agents who are
interested in grabbing this
market by the horns. NO desk
fees, full support staff, free
open house ads, company
REO leads and personalized
follow up programs for your
customers. Don't fall behind.
Call today for a confidential
interview.
ERA Advantage Realty, Inc.
(941)-255-5300
J.ament@embarqmail.com
WATCH US GROW.
The Furniture Warehouse
Venice is hiring Sales Associ-
ates experienced in retail
sales. Energetic & enthusias-
tic. Salary, commission,
benefits 941-223-6812
The
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FOR YOU!

FIND A JOB!
BUY A HOME!
BUY A CAR!
WE ARE HIRING
INSIDE SALES
19 Year Old Product
Flexible Hours
Downtown Punta Gorda
Commission Based
Call Jodi941-205-2340


CARE NEEDED
2090

LIVE IN POSITION, 24/7,
caring for disabled adult. Must
have valid Driver's Lic. & HS
diploma. 941-743-1003


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* Free In-Home Shopping
* Licensed & Insured
* Owner/Install
* Over 20 Years in Englewood
20x20 Porcelain
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Remodel Baths Floors
YOUR TILE OR MINE
Stone* Porcelain
Marble* Wood Floors Installed
941-625-5186
CELL: 941-628-0442
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Lic/ins Workman's Comp.
Charlotte County Since 1987
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Sliding
Glass Door
Wheel Repairs
Free Estimates
Since 1981

941-706-6445
Windows, Doors
& Home Repairs
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Major & Minor
Boat/Utility
Trailers
Springs, Axles
Bearings, Tires
Lights & Wiring
Englewood
Trailer Center
941-460-9700


We do it all!!
FREE ESTIMATES
Pressure Cleaning
SRescreening
* Demossing Trees
Tree TrimmingToppingemova
Landscaping .
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Owner Operated
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SANDEFURS
Home & Tree Maintenance
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ADVERTISING
GRAPHIC DESIGN
PART TIME
The Venice Gondolier Sun
is looking for an experi-
enced graphic designer
with a creative flare to
join our winning team.
Experience in Photoshop/
CS2 Software is required.




We are a Drug Free -
Smoke free work place.
Please e-mail resume and
sample of work to
Nathan McRee:
NMCree@Venicegondolier.com
No Phone calls
please!!
DRIVER. MORTUARY TRANS-
PORT Clean DL, Dependable,
Professional, Must be over
21. $425/wk Apply M-F
10a-4p 1410 Commerce
Blvd, Unit B, Sarasota 34243
NO PHONE CALLS
FLOORING HELPER Exp. pre-
ferred, not necessary. Please
call Steve 941-223-8031
carpetstop@carpetstop.comcastbiz.net
GOLF CART ATTENDANT,
Part-time. Apply at Pro Shop,
Twin Isles CC, 301 Madrid
Blvd, Punta Gorda, Drug Free
Work Place. See Ron or Steve.
L.SK. us
HOW
you can place a
PICTURE
of your item
for sale
in your
classified ad!
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS!
We have several open posi-
tions for Sales Representa-
tives to promote the Sun
Newspapers. We work in
Retail Stores, high traffic
shopping areas, special
events, etc. This is an enjoy-
able year round position with
potential to earn $100-
$300+ per day! Positive, pro-
fessional work environment.
Flexible hours. Must be out-
going, professional appear-
ance, dependable and have
reliable transportation and
cell phone. Background
check. For interview appoint-
ment call 941-623-5546.

JOB OPENING IN OUR
VENICE PRINT CENTER
MAILROOM
INSERTER/STITCHER
POCKET FEEDER
PART-TIME POSITION,
DAY & NIGHT SHIFTS AVAILABLE

RESPONSIBILITIES:
JOGGING AND FEEDING
PAPERS INTO A POCKET FEED-
ER FOR A MUELLER INSERTER
JOGGING AND FEEDING
PAPERS INTO A POCKET FEED-
ER FOR A MUELLER STITCHER
& TRIMMER
ASSISTING SUPERVISOR
WITH MINIMAL MACHINE MAIN-
TENANCE AND CLEANING
WORK AREA
HAND INSERTING PRODUCT
AS NEEDED

JOB REQUIREMENTS:
ABLE TO LIFT 25 POUNDS
MUST BE DEPENDABLE AND
PUNCTUAL.




PLEASE FILL OUT AN
APPLICATION AT
200 EAST VENICE AVE.
VENICE, FLORIDA 34285.
*NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE*


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2100


HOMEMAKERS/COMPANIONS
Seniors helping Seniors.
Would you like to help some-
one else? Flexible hours, you
set your own schedule. We're
looking for people who want
to make a difference.
Call 941-257-8483
LANDSCAPING EXPERI-
ENCE Must have good dri-
vers license and bobcat.
DFWP. 941-662-8733
MAINTENANCE Full Time,
Day Shift Position, M-F.
Experience needed.
Apply in Person at
5401 Holiday Park Blvd
North Port FL 34287 From
Monday Oct 29th to Friday
November 2nd. DFW, EOE
MOVING HELP, professional
moving help needed. Must
have 5 years experience, Dri-
vers lic & transportation
required. Please call (941)-
474-2934

PAGE DESIGNER
The Charlotte Sun is looking
for part-time layout/design
help. Knowledge in InDesign
and/or newspaper
experience a plus.
Computer experience a
must. Job involves
evenings/weekend hours.
Send resume or letter of
interest to
nlane@sun-herald.com.


SUN -
J NEWSPAPERS
Charlolte DeSolo Engleood Nrlh Port Vece
The Sun is a drug/nicotine-
free workplace.
TECHNICIAN, Swimming
Pool. If you are an
upstanding person with
excellent work ethics
applications accepted
beginning Oct 25 between
9 12noon. Must have
Florida drivers license.
MUST HAVE 5 ys of driving
with absolutely clean
driving record.
Howard's Pool World,
12419 Kings Hwy.
Lake Suzy.
NO PHONE CALLS

L HOME BASED/
BUSINESS
2115

P/T WORK-AT-HOME
Capital One Customer Service
Agent in FL, Apply at:
Capitalone.com/Careers

SEEKING
EMPLOYMENT
Z 2120


Loving Sr caregiver &
organizer, Quality cleaning
comm. & res. 941-421-9232

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NOTICES

ANNOUNCEMENTS
3010


CANCER STUDY searching
for cancer patients,remis-
sion patients and healthy
patients to gargle water for
5 seconds and help fight
cancer! If you wish to par-
ticipate in this free test
and help fight cancer
call 941-764-7879


ANNOUNCEMENTS
3010


Dr. Camille Bussotti would
like to announce the
opening of her general
adult psychotherapy
practice in Osprey..
She has recently relocated
from Atlanta and has
more than 20 years
of experience as a
licensed psychologist
working with adults, older
adults and couples.
Some areas of clinical
expertise include:
depression and anxiety
disorders, trauma, later
life concerns, and
adjustment to loss. She
can be reached at
941-350-2247
2175 S. Tamiami Trl.,
Osprey
CONGRATULATIONS ERIK
and ALISON SHERIDAN
MARRIED OCTOBER 13, 2012
HAPPY ADS
3015





Place your Happy
Ad for only
$10.75
3 lines 1 day.

Add a photo for
only $10.00!

Please call
(866)-463-1638



PERSONALS
3020




44 YEAR old male looking
for companionship.
David 941-258-4350
ADORABLE TASHA.
Stretch & Relax Therapy
941-497-1307
DAWN School teacher, high
risk students I met you at the
Gardening Symposium Satur-
day I'd really like to talk to you
again. Jim 941-255-9229
HAIR STYLIST, F 46 looking 4
Companionship with M 45-60 in
Venice/Port Char. 941-201-9853.
RELAXATION
Located in Englewood
Call Stormy 941-549-5520
SEEKING RELAXATION BY
APPT ONLY. PC 941-929-8751
SINGLE MAN looking for
single woman 941-284-7939
THE GIRL NEXT door,
941-483-0701 North Port

CARD OF THANKS
S3040


THANK YOU SACRED HEART
OF JESUS & ST. JUDE FOR
PRAYERS ANSWERED. PAS

SCHOOLS
& INSTRUCTION
S3060

ED KLOPFER SCHOOLS OF
CNA TRAINING-1 wk class $250.
Locations: Sarasota Port Char-
lotte, Ft. Myers 800-370-1570
FREE INTRO LESSON, Tra-
ditional Japanese Karate.
adults & kids, emphasis on dis-
cipline, etiquette & strong
basics. 3372 N Access Rd.
Englewood. 941-421-8485


SCHOOLS
& INSTRUCTION
3060

FREE PRACTICAL PHILOS-
PHY course. Aim to increase
your wisdom & awareness to
escape a habitual existence.
10, once a week evening
lessons. More info 941-421-
8485


IMAGINE MEDICAL PREP
CNA, HHA, MEDTECH, CPR.
Financing Avail 941-429-3320
UNEMPLOYED? Earn your
Commercial Driver's License
(CDL) in just 3 wks. & join the
ranks of employed truck dri-
vers nationwide. Located
Punta Gorda FL. SunCoast
Trucking Academy. 941-347-
7445.

BIBLE STUDY
& CHURCHES
W 3065

CALVARY BIBLE CHURCH
1936 E. Venice Ave. Venice
Friday at 9am.
Study features video teachings
of noted Bible Scholars on
various subjects.
For more info. Call Rev. Jones
at: 941-485-7070 or visit
www.CBCVenice.com
COMMUNITY CENTER
4PM 7PM each Wednesday.
Christ the King Lutheran
Church, 23456 Olean Blvd.
PC, Open to All Ages.
For more info 941-766-9357
FAITH BUILDERS
A Basic Study to Build your
Christian Faith. Call Pastor
Parsons at Christ the King
Lutheran Church for times.
941-766-9357 Port Charlotte
FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH
4005 Palm Drive, PG
Thursday @ 10:30 a.m.
Adult Bible Study
Open To Everyone!
941-639-6309
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
278 S. Mango St. Englewood
Monday & Thursdays
at 9am. Offering chair exer-
cise classes For more info.
Call 941-474-2473
LIC. CHRISTIAN COUNSELING
941-876-4416
Liberty Community Church
North Port Charlotte

BURIAL LOTS/
CRYPTS
W4 3070

CRYPT Gulf Pines Memorial
Park Mausoleum, 4th level tan-
dem.$2000 OBO 941-426-5463

TRAVEL/TICKETS
L: 3080


VENICE THEATER, Jan 17,
Mar 3, Apr 14 all 2PM Sun. $45
for all 3 tickets 941475-1005
ZIPLINE SAFARI tickets 2peo-
ple/exp2-23-13/nr Orlando
$135, OBO 946974687
LOST & FOUND
41 3090


FOUND LADIES ring Walmart
self check out. 10/22
941-764-9738
LOST CAT, White, Orange
& Gray with white paws.
Small frame adult
female. No collar. Lost
1125 Pine Rd., Venice on
the island. Generous
Reward for her return.
Call 904-616-2507

Clasified = Sales
LOST DOG, black/brown, 40
Ibs, pitbull/greyhound mix,
very sweet, maybe heading to
Venice. Last seen on Gulf-
stream Blvd, Englewood.
Call 941-408-4060


LOST & FOUND
: 3090


MALE CAT FOUND:
TROPICAL GULF ACRES
AREA, PG, GREY
NEUTERED, SWEET CAT,
MED-LONG HAIR, 13LBS.
Call michelle
941-875-3293

S ARTS CLASSES
S3091


ACRYLIC PAINTING CLASSES
Thurs 9-noon Englewood Area.
Call Barb 941-497-1395


ARTISTRY WTIH BEADS
Closing retail bead shop
location. Will continue
selling on internet.
15% off your purchase,
including finished
jewerly. In-Store pur-
chase only.
Bring this ad in for discount.
Last day 10/28/12.
Hours: Tues Sat 10-6;
Sun 12-5
Artistry With Beads
1250 US Hwy 41
Bypass Venice 34285
941-480-1212
www.silversmithsupply.com
www.artistrywithbeads.com
BEACH GLASS & Shell
Jewelry @ Creative Classes.
Call Susan for info, Venice:
941-492-2150.
CHRISTMAS CARD class,
Nov. 16, 2012 @ 9 AM in PG.
Rubberstamp 4 cards of 4
designs equal 16. Pay $20 by
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815-979-8912
SHELL CRAFT CLASS
Friday Nov 2nd lpm-6pm
Make beautiful shell items. All
supplies included. Call Linda
(941)-493-2276


CREATIVE BEADING
Crystals, pearls, shells, beads
Classes 9-12, 2nd & 4th Fri.
Creative Classes,
2357 S. Tamiami Trail. Call
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941- 474-4358 or 493-2276

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GULF COAST ACUPUNCTURE
151 Center Rd.
Wednesday 5:30pm
Thursday 9:00 am
Saturday 8:30am
YOGA FOR BEGINNERS
Proceeds to
Venice Wildlife Center
Call Rick or Mary
941-488-1769
RELIGION CLASSES
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Port Charlotte
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4005 Palm Drive, Punta
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430 East Venice Ave.
Yeshua Messiah in the Torah
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10/27 Genesis 6
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every Monday at Unity Church
of Peace, 1250 Rutledge
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between Orlando Boulevard
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Cash OrTrade -3,000 Cash Or Trade......-3,000





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3 TABLES Coffee, end &
sofa, glass top w/ brushed
chrome. $175 941-697-8091
3BEDS/1TWIN$60/1FULLS
125/1QUEEN W/HEAD-
BOARD $175 727-647-0572
4 TABLES Glass topped cof-
fee, end and sofa tables. Exc
cond. $350 978-866-5496



A QUEEN MATTRESS SET
NEW SERTA IN PLASTIC $275
941-894-9337


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A FURNITURE SHOPPE
BUYING Quality Used Furniture
941-473-1986
ARMCHAIR RATTAN/FAB-
RIC PART OF A SLEEPER SOFA
SET $350 941-412-9682
ARMOIRE, OAK Incl. 27" G.
E. TV, Very Good Condition!
$125 941-627-9809
BAR STOOL wicker, honey
color, pad seat, swivel, heavy,
32inH $30 941-249-4601
BED MATTRESS & BOX.
New Will Sell $100.
941-629-5550


BED FRAME Head & Foot
Boards & Slats. $40 941-460-
8781
BED SET Drexel Merlot 66"
dresser, Qn hdbrd, nightstand
& mirror $380 941-497-4431

CLASSIFIES!
BED, QUEEN SHIFMAN
mattress, foundation, heavy
duty frame. Top quality, cus-
tom made. Clean, like new.
Just moved here, can't use.
Still in moving boxes. $499
941-257-8179


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6035


BED TEMPURPEDIC Queen
Size adjustable w/ massage, 1
year old, perfect cond $1400
obo 941-627-9164
BEDROOM SET by Broyhill
off white, queen headboard,
footboard, mattress &
boxspring, 9 drawer dresser
w/mirror. 2 drawer nightstand
Exc. cond. $700 941-697-8770
BEDROOM SET Queen,like
new. $250, OBO 941-456-
1100
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BED FRAME double, head,
foot slats $40 941-460-8781
BEDROOM SET twin white-
washed wicker 2 hdbds 7
drawer dresser w/mirror night-
stand Serta set $500
941-639-2990
BLACK BAR Stools 4 top
quality stools with metal
frame, fabric seat and
backs. Perfect condition.
$95 941-223-6373

BLACK-LEATHER DESK
chair $35 941-623-3496


FURNITURE
6035


BLUE-RECLINER SPACE
saver $75 941-623-3496
BOOK SHELF Like new 6 feet
tall brown $15 941-276-9337

BROYHILL SOFA &
LOVESEAT PICS AVAIL $395,
OBO 941-276-5525
BUFFET WITH wine
rack.black and cherry. size
42x18 $225 941-255-1916
BUNK BED USED TWIN TRUN-
DLE/ BUNK NICE $195 941-
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MERCHANDISE


GARAGE SALES
6002



FRI.-SAT. 8-5 579 Spruce
St. INSIDE SALE, House full of
Furniture, Tools, Kitchen
access., ALL MUST GO!!
FRI.-SAT. 9-4
D 7380 Thomas St.
MULTI FAMILY (2 Houses!)
Lots of Goodies. Don't Miss
SAT. 8:30-3 7538 SEA MIST
DR. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS,
ASIAN ART & MORE...
mSAT. ONLY! 8-2 6145
'Seaport St. Rods, reels,
lots of lures and fishing tack-
le, tools, clothes and misc!


SAT.-SUN. 9-3 450 Viridian
St. Downsizing! Tools, house-
hold goods, toys, silk flowers,
books, FL rm furniture, more.

GARAGE SALES
6004

FRI.-SUN. 8-2:30 404
PINE ROAD NOKOMIS, FL.
34275. Furniture, tools,
sports memorabilia, home
decor, clothes and more!
SAT.8-2
D1 601 Shetland Cir.
Clothes, furniture, & lots of
Misc.

NORTH PORT
GARAGE SALES
S6005

[- FRI-SAT 8-NOON
S 4137 Acline Ave,
Patio Furniture, Lots of Stuff,
Something for Everyone!


FRI-SUN 8-2 3895 Radcliff
Ave., Multi-family, a variety of
items from bikes, electronics,
& household items.


FRI.-SAT. 7-1 Woodhaven
Estates Villas 1300-1400
block of Hedgewood Circle.
COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE!!
Furniture, tools, electronics &
household items, etc
FRI.-SAT. 8-?
2743 Pandora Ter.
Furniture, Jewelry,
books, hshold items
clothing, much more


S NORTH PORT
GARAGE SALES
6005 1

mFRI.-SAT. 9-12 122
Riverwalk Drive. In River-
walk Village
m-SAT. 8-2 1364 W. Hills-
1borough Blvd. Mulit-family
sale, lamps, dishes, glass-
ware, clothes and much more!
-iSAT. 8-2 3382 Trinity St.,
lHigh-End Items, TV's,
Scuba Gear, Clothes, Tools,
Kit&Bath Fixt, Fans & MORE


SATURDAY ONLY 8-2
BOBCAT TRAILS
9TH COMMUNITY
GARAGE SALE
HUGE-OVER 55 FAMILIES!
Moving Sales/Golf/
Tools/Kids/Housewares
TOLEDO BLADE BTWN
US-41 & 1-75

PT. CHARLOTTE/DEEP
CREEK GARAGE SALES
6006

-] BUYING ESTATES-ETC.
ANY AREA CASH!
941-585-1040
[FRI-SAT 9-1 476 Blarney
St HUGE MULTI-FAMILY!!
Christmas, Toys, Household,
Misc., Clothes, Furn., Bedding


FRI-SAT, 8-?
27260 Oruro Dr. Furniture,
electronics, household goods,
clothing, books (secular/Chris-
tian), crib mattress, treadmill,
water fountain & lots more.
m-FRI-SAT. 9-3 2433
Dando St., INSIDE
GARAGE SALE Household
Items, Furn, Tools, Much More
-FRI. 9-5 & SAT. 9-1
I3164 Normandy Dr. (Cor-
ner of Normandy & Easy)
Household, Computer, Printer,
Scanners, Fax Machines,
Harley Parts & MUCH MORE!


FRI.-SAT. 7:30-5 2099 Han-
son St. Entire Contents of Home-
Furniture, tools, kitchen, house-
holds, linens, sm appl. & more


FRI.-SAT. 8-? 2357 Nurem-
berg Blvd. D.C. 2 Dining Sets,
Patio Set, Large China Cabi-
net, TV Center, 14' Kayak,
Stuffed Chairs, Cherry Wood
Desk, Hi Back Wicker Chair,
King Bed, Pics, & LOTS MORE!!
m-FRI.-SAT. 8-1 18533
FLake Worth Blvd. Avon Col-
lectables, tools, fishing rods,
glassware, kitchen, and more.
-iFRI.-SAT. 9-1 Hearing
Impaired Persons. 25250
Sandhill Blvd. Desks, tables,
chairs, & misc. office.
[-FRI.-SAT. 9-3 1356
LDorchester St. Tools,
household, clothes, furn, a/c
tools, garden tools & more


CREEK GARAGE SALES
6006

mFRI.-SAT. 9-2 283 Goiana
St. off Porto Alegre St &
Deep Creek Blvd. End tables,
lamps, computer/electric
cords, clothes, etc, etc.
F-FRI.7-2 &SAT. 7-12
25238 Zodiac Ln. Adop-
tion Fundraiser Sale! Electron-
ics, appliances furn, misc!

MOVING SALE, 25100
Sandhill Blvd #X201 Full House
941-380-1361 Call to See
m-SAT. 10/27 8-2 1029
IUKensington St., Loads of
Household Things Something
for Everyone, MUST SEE.
-iSAT. 7-2 13300 Engle-
wood Rd., Wood BunkBed,
Furn, Clothes, Skeeter Boat
w/Mtr & TIr, Fish Tanks, Kayak,
Bikes, etc. (941) 697-6838
-ISAT. 7-2 439 YEAGER
STREET. DISHMASTER
FAUCET,MICROWAVE,30" CER-
MIC TOP RANGE,PEDESTAL
SINK, 3TVS AND MUCH MORE
ISAT. 8-? 2054 Tinker
Street. (off Cochran)
Tools, Jewelry, Books, Clothes
& MORE!!


SAT. 8-1 114 Peckham St
Se. Furniture, household, hard-
ware, tools, collectibles MTG,
comics, cards, toys, etc.


SAT. 8-1 1524 Newton Street.
MULTI-FAMILY SALE HOUSE-
HOLD GOODS SMALL APPLI-
ANCES NEW, USED, OLD
TOOLS. A MUST SEE!
CLASSIFIED
SELLS
CALL TODAY!
941-207-1200
Venice/Englewood
North Port areas
OR
941-206-1200
Pt. Charlotte Areas


SAT. 8AM 2PM
NOV. 3RD PCYC
(GLASS LANE)
HUGE ANNUAL SALE!
COME ENJOY BUY
SAT. 8AM-? 2981
S Pinetree Street. MULTI
FAMILY SALE, Holiday/House-
hold items, Lexmark printer.
-SAT. ONLY 8AM-1PM
284 Santarem Circle Deep
Creek. POST MOVING SALE
Furniture, Tools, Clothing,
Kitchen items, Books, Yard
Tools, Household & More!
-iSAT. ONLY 8AM-3PM
22469 Adorn Ave.
Furniture and many other
items!!
m-SUN.8:30-2
S2036 Loveland Blvd.
33980, 7th Day Adventist
ChurchCrafts,Furn, clothes,
books, free bibles & books
(1st come 1st serve), misc.
household christmas items


I PUNTA GORDA
GARAGE SALES
6007

CONSIGNING WOMAN
6188 Elliot St.
Now is the time! to bring in
furniture/household items
to sell! (941)-505-9701

E&stolx FRI-SAT, 8-2, 451 Norma
Court. PGI, tools, fishing &
boating equip, patio furniture,
household goods, refrig & TVs.
[] FRI.-SAT. 7AM-2PM
5241 Blackjack Circle.
Multi Family Sale, lots of misc
items. Come and See!
mIFRI.-SAT. 8-2 Oct 26 &
27 at 8270 Pascal Drive.
Clothing, shoes, household
items, rv supplies, Harley
Davidson items, Coach bags,
hunting rifles, new drum set,
bongos, guitars, sound equip-
ment & much more!!
I
FRI.-SAT. 8AM-11AM
129 Breakers Ct. (1 block
from Fisherman's Village)
PGI MULTI FAMILY SALE,
Lots of misc items!!
Something for Everyone!!
Come and See!!
-IFRI.-SAT. 9-3 720 King-
Sfish Ct. Gas grill, house-
hold items, landscape items,
and much more!

MOVING
I=L o
FRI.-SAT. 9-4 3787
Whippoorwill Ct. Muliti family
Moving & Garage Sale


FRI.-SUN. 8-4 24343 San
Rafael Rd. Burnt Store Lakes.
BIG YARD & GARAGE SALE,
something for everyone, fish-
ing, antiques, Household items
-]SAT 10/27 8-1 Raindate
l11/3, 1321 Via Milanese,
Clothing, Books, TV's, 8-
Trk/Cassettes, Dishes, Misc.


SAT. 8-12 (no early sales) 120
Gold Tree, Burnt Store Mead-
ows. Antiques, furniture, exer-
cize equip & other misc items.
r-]SAT. 8-2 antiques, house-
hold items, lani furniture,
fishing equip., tools, x-mas
items, misc. 3303 Desoto Dr.


SAT. 8-4 7701 Cleveland Dr.
(at Riding Star Ranch)
Lots of Bargains! Pony Rides,
Food & Fun!


SAT. 8:30-3 11250 5th Ave
South PG Hgts. Household goods,
tv's, treadmill, tools, tikibar, grill
[= SAT. 9-2
S 3417 NIGHTHAWK CT
PUNTA GORDA ISLES. MULTI
FAMILY GARAGE SALE! TOOLS
NEW CLOTHES HATS HOUSE-
HOLD ITEMS JEWELRY BOOKS
TOWBAR & MUCH MORE!


GARAGE SALES
6007



SAT. ONLY 8-2
1205 Elizabeth St.
HALLOWEEN COSTUMES.
$5.00, $5.00, $5.00!!
954-218-6863


SAT.-SUN. 7-5 Purdy Lane
(off Acline between 41 & Tay-
lor) HUGE YARD SALE! Tools,
Furniture, Household Items &
MUCH MORE!

| ROTONDAAREA
GARAGE SALES
6008


SCt-stae Sc-le
FRI-SAT, 8-3
70 Oakland Hills Place.
Inside furniture & household.
rFRI.-SAT. 9-3 205 Mariner
SLane. Rotonda West. Over
300 pieces of Women's clothes
8-18 some still with tags,
shoes, purses, houseplants,
nice church clothes, more.
ISAT. 8-2 225 Mark
Twain Ln. Lawn Boy
mower, pictures, books,
dishes, orchids and misc!!



NEED CASH

SARASOTAAREA
GARAGE SALES
6009


ART LOVER'S
ESTATE SALE
Oct 26, 27, 28
9AM-5:30PM
315 Julia Place, Sarasota
#'s out at 8AM
Outstanding collection of oil
paintings done by
Merry Scotland,
hand painted furniture,
taxidermy, Limoges boxes,
outstanding collection dog
collectibles, beach cottage
furniture, bronzes, great
collection of golf memora-
bilia, lots of equine tack,
sterling silver, lamps,
occasional tables, lots and
lots of hand painted
porcelain, wicker furniture,
kitchenware, beautiful hand
carved Italian gold gild
mirror, lots of art supplies
and unpainted porcelain,
fabulous collection of estate
gold, estate jewelry, area
rugs, lots of bric-a-brac and
much more!

For more information call:
Ken 941-356-3318
Pictures & more information,
visit: www.Estatesales.net
look under
Sarasota, Stellar Estate Sale


I S. VENICE AREA
GARAGE SALES
6010



FRI & SAT. 8-2
1715 BelvidereRd..
INSIDE SALE! Quality paint-
ings, pictures, glassware,
lamps, decorations & more!!
[ FRI.-SAT. 8-2
187 Argus Road.
Multi-family.
SAT 7:15-3 4124 Hibiscus
Rd Moving Sale, Bikes, TV,
kitchen items, mattress, bed-
frames, lamps, camping gear, 12'
alum. boat & oars, outdoor furni-
ture, new kraftmaid cabinet,
champion juicer, golf clubs, ten-
nis rackets, oak folding buffet,
books, wall pictures & more.
Credit Card's Accepted!
F-] SAT. 8-1
13167 Englewood Road.
Christmas Bazaar & Flea
Market! Decorations,
collectibles & crafts


SAT. 8-12
South Venice Baptist Church
(Corner Baffin & Tamiami Trl.)
Holiday & Christmas Crafts,
Gently Used Christmas Items
Including MANY Christmas
Village Buildings!!
SAT. 8-2 Jacaranda West
Neighborhood Sale, starting at
Sklar Drive West, 75+ garage
sales in one neighborhood.

[-SAT. ONLY 7:15-??
14129 Hibiscus Rd.
Budda's, Household, Bikes,
Remington Shotgun, stuff
from around the world, a
Rare Yard Sale.

GARAGE SALES
Zo6011

F-FRI.-SAT.SUN?9-3 1101
Groveland Ave. Furniture,
kings siz bedding, household
items, collectibles, craft items
A Bargain Hunters Delight
Check the
Classifieds first!
A Whole Marketplace of
shopping is right at your
fingertips!
Call The Sun Classifieds
Today!
From Venice, Englewood,
North Port Areas
Call 941-207-1200
From Pt. Charlotte Areas
Call 941-206-1200


NOVEMBER 2, 3, 4
Fri. 5pm-9pm
Sat. 8am-4pm
Sun. 8am-4pm
Everything 1/2 price on
Sunday! Epiphany Cathedral
Tampa Avenue West
The School Gym is filled!!!
A separate room filled
with books.
-iSAT. 9-2 216 Fareham
UDr. Moving Sale: House-
hold items, children's stuff,
some tools, & much more.






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OO 6035


CABINET WOOD,LIGHTED,
four shelves, contemporary.
$150, OBO 941-460-8500
CHAIR RUST-COLORED
velor.fair condtn. $65, OBO
678-640-1924
CHAIR/BLK LEATHER PLUS
FOOTSTOOL
VENICE $135 941-661-4477
CHANDELIER QUOIZEL PAL-
LADIAN DUCHESS BRONZE 5
BLB $175 941-493-7910
CHERRY BEDROOM SET
solid wood, never used, brand
new in factory boxes. Original
cost $4500. Sell for $795.
Can deliver. Call Tom
(407)574-3067.
CHINA CABINET & side serv-
er ivory/rattan trim 79x38x18
$175 941-474-3194
CHINA HUTCH 18 X 52 X 77,
plus SERVER 18 X 40 X38
$425 941-492-2434
COFFEE TABLE Oversized,
oak with glass insets, good
cond $100 941-875-2002
COFFEE TABLE, End and cor-
ner table Glass inserts 1950's
$400 941-375-8040
COFFEE(1)SIDE TABLES(2)
PART OF A SLEEPER SOFA
SET $250 941-412-9682
CORNER CURIO Cabinet,dark
wood, glass door $250, OBO
941-766-1178
CORNER TABLE & 2 Chairs
round tbl MUST SEE blk/red/bl
$75, OBO 941-735-1709
COUCH BEIGE velor. 87".gd
condtn. $150, OBO 678-640-
1924
COUCH GREEN Microfbr
Excel Cond PGI $300, OBO
941-661-4477
COUCH NAVY double-recliner
leather couch $250 941-764-
8122
COUCH Nice couch light color
and clean $30 941-769-1275
COUCH, CHAIR, Ottoman In
perfect cond., Blue flowered
with cream background,
chair is oversized. $500,
OBO 352-255-2837
CURIO CAB. Like new, beauti-
ful $325, OBO 973-978-8509
CURIO CABINET blk/gold
glass doors $400, OBO 941-
575-4975
CURIO CORNER Cabinet BLK
83x28 & shelves
Venice $475 941-661-4477
DAYBED WITH Trundle white
metal ,2 mattress, ex.cond.
$250, OBO 941-624-2352
DESK 24" X 41", Light Wood.
$25 989-305-1736
DESK REAL OAK 23x48 w/
lockable drawer and key
$100, OBO 941-764-1234
DINETTE SET bl wrought iron,
rnd glass w/4 cushioned
chairs. $90 814-730-0601
DINETTE SET Dinette-4 chairs
light oak, nice shape Deep
Creek $150 443-621-7428
DINETTE SET GLASS TOP
TABLE, FOUR CUSHIONED
CHAIRS $100 941-626-5501
DINETTE SET Off white
Table/leaf 4 castor chairs
$100, OBO 414-861-3250
DINING ROOM Chairs 2
green windsor, 2 cane shaker.
Antiques $200 941-451-8383
DINING ROOM Chairs Four
black with animal print seats.
Great. $80 941-505-0220
DINING ROOM Set table, 6
chairs, one leaf $100 941-
391-5034
DINING ROOM table 6 round-
ed back chairs oval table 2
leafs $125.00 941-769-1275
DINING SET 42"table, self
storing leaf,4 ch. cherry and
black. $225 941-255-1916
DINING SET Glass top,4
chairs, Hutch,like new. $250,
OBO 941-456-1100


FURNITURE FURNITURE
S6035 Lo L 6035


DINING SET Rattan 40in.
glass top, 4 chairs, ex.cond.
400, OBO 941-624-2352
DINING SET Solid oak 40x64,
coverpad, 4 oak chairs $350,
OBO 941-743-2656
DINING SET w/leaf Wood 6
roll chairs PGI $300 317-590-
3455
DINING TABLE 54" glass top
dining table w/base $125
941-764-8122
DINING TABLE OAK 6 Chairs,
2 Leaves, Matching Hutch.
$499 989-305-1736
DINING TABLE SET ROUND
MAPLE $499 941-276-5525
DINING TABLE WHITE TABLE
60 X 42 OVAL W/PEDESTAL.
$30, OBO 941-828-7486
DINNING SET huge glass
110x56 table & 6wht. chrs.
$499 941-697-1109
DOUBLE BED headbd,dress-
er,mattress,bxspring,frame
$50 941-275-4788
DRESSER & Table Armoire
style dresser,nite table $100,
OBO 941-624-2352
DRESSER SIX drawers $50,
OBO 941-423-8941
DRESSER-5-DRAWS $45
941-623-3496
BAR STOOLS 30in h
swivel,paded seats ,heavy
$250 941-249-4601
END TABLE:QUALITY natural
rattan w/glass insert,26"x26"
sq $49 941-276-1881
END TABLES wood tan with
smoked glass top $40, OBO
941-735-1709
ENT. CENTER 78H23D46W
Beautiful design Whitewash
$300 941-766-1198
ENT. CENTER Solid oak
glass dr. 53x44.5, tv area
31x25.5 $75 941-426-3829
FLORIDA CHAIR, ROUNDED
arms, like new, $65
941-624-0928
FURNITURE:
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
Good cond., two sides with
shelves & spot for tv in
middle $300, OBO SOFA
SECTIONAL, Beige, good
cond., $325 OBO 941-3758600
GLASS TOP End Tables 2
Fruitwood shelf on bottom $50
942-766-1198
GR.FATHER CLOCK Howard
Miller, over 7' tall, solid oak wall
fancy engraving on top. Must sell!
$850 9414564022 after 4:30pm
HEADBOARD W/FRAME
Queen W/Matching Night-
stand. $100 989-305-1736
IKEA BUNKBEDS ALL HARD-
WARE INC. GENTLY USED
$200, OBO 941-249-4262
KING HEADBOARD fruitwood
w/rattan solid wood beaut
$150, OBO 815-341-6064
KING&QUEEN BED Frames
6 legs Center brace, $50&
$55 941-894-4115
KING&QUEEN BED Frames
Highend Sturdy, 6 legs, $50&
$55 941-894-4115
KITCHEN SET 36" RND table
+2 CHAIRS/SLVR& BLK
VENICE $250 941-661-4477
KITCHEN SET 45" round
table w/4 chairs $125 941-
764-8122
LANAI SET, table/4 chairs, w/
matching chaise lounges, 2 or
4 piece white entertainment
center, TREADMILL, 2 VCR'S,
& 1 TV, call 941-505-2981
LARGE CHINA Cabinet,light
color, 2 glass doors $485,
OBO 941-766-1178
LAZY BOY Recliner. Very
ood cond. Mauve color.
295, OBO 941-483-1058
LAZYBOY RECLINER Maroon
Recliner Good Condition $55,
OBO 941-697-8273


LAZYBOY-RECLINER VINYL,
Off White, exe.condition $80
718-986-3608
LEATHER LIVING ROOM
SET in original plastic, never
used. Orig. price $3000.
Sacrifice $975. Can deliver.
Call Bill (813)298-0221.
LIVING ROOM Chair It. multi-
color gr,bl. 34x34 size as new
$85, OBO 941-456-0053
LIVING ROOM SET 2 couches
(1 sleeper) and a chair. Ex
cond. $499 978-866-5496
LOVE SEAT Like New, Cloth
w/Pale Green&Rose on Earth
Tone bkrd, $75 941-493-4454
LOVE SEAT Soft Colors
Mauve Teal Nice! $100
941-766-1198
LOVESEAT Black vinyl, good
cond & tan swivel chair w/
ottomen $50 941-275-4788
LOVESEAT NAVY BURG,
GRN. LIKE new. $225, OBO
941-235-2203
LVG RM SET 4 pc Value!
Must! Earth tones, grt buy, call
now $190 574-849-0242
MATTRESS & BOX.
New -Will Sell $100.
941-629-5550
MATTRESSES/BOXES/FRA
MES PART OF TWIN BDRM
SET $400 941-412-9682
MIRROR ROUND, Frameless
34x34" mirror $40 941-875-
8021
OAK DECK CHAIR Solid Oak -
on wheel, excellent condition
$45 941-637-7825
PATIO FURNITURE Chairs
Tables Umbrella,Ex Cond.
$400 941-661-2746
PATIO SET 67" glass table,2
swivel,4 st chairs,side table
$350, OBO 941-624-2352
PATIO SET BROWN JORDAN
48"GLASSTABLE+6CHAIRS
$125 941-637-8921
PATIO SET like new, 9 piece
aluminum, 2 swivel chairs, w/
ottoman, & 4 side chairs
$200 941-830-8636
QUEEN BED Cherry Head-
board, Serta Mattress $100
941-637-7825
QUEEN MATTRESS SET
BRAND NEW SERTA $195
941-894-9337
QUEEN MATTRESS, mat-
tress only,clean. $20 941-
833-0504
RECLINER W/OTTOMAN
Beige Leather. Exc. Cond.
$200 989-305-1736
ROCKER HIGH back, med
oak, good cond $50 941-875-
9472
ROCKING CHAIR SLIDER,
WOOD FRAME, BLUE FABRIC
$50 941-268-5227
ROLL TOP Collectibles Dis-
play Cabinet, 27"X16"X11"
$175 941-496-8349
SECTIONAL SOFA 3 pc, Kanes
Poseidon, fabric protector, brand
new! $1200 941-475-1827
SERTA QUEEN size bed like
new pillow top $300 941-
623-3496
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SEWING MACHINE singer
vintage, prof. $250, OBO
941-575-4975
SLEEPER SOFA 72"great
condition fresh upholstery
$50, OBO 941-266-2036
SLEEPER SOFA Dark tradi-
tional NW Eng .Call/pictures
$125, OBO 941-894-4115
SLEEPER SOFA Great Condi-
tion 38X40 $250, OBO 941-
626-5556
SLEEPER SOFA QUEEN SIZE
MATTRESS STURDY RATTAN
FABRIC $499 941-412-9682
SOFA & Love Seat Matching
coastal print, Port Charlotte
$100 502-558-0990
SOFA BRN. Leather $100
941-456-5059


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6035


SOFA LOVESEAT ottomam &
rug great for family room
$125 941-637-7420
SOFA OFF white $50 413-
241-1974
SOFA WHITE rattan trim w
tropical print Prt Charlotte $50
502-558-0990
SOFA&CHAIR LEATHER
Brown $300 941-456-5059
SOFA, + matching qn. sleeper
love seat, cream/beige, cock-
tail table washed blonde oak,
all $500 941-484-7993
SOFA, CHAIR W/OTTOMAN
all italian leather $350
941-575-4328
T.V. AMOIRE SOLID MAPLE
WOOD. 35" OPENING. $120,
OBO 941-624-6224
TABLE ORNATE gold, marble
top, must see $350, OBO
941-575-4975
TABLE PEDISTAL Tan Urn
style hanging fruit $50
941-875-8021
TV CABINET Oak 36"TV 1
draw, bottom cab. $75 941-
875-8021
TV STAND with drawers by
Broyhill good cond $45 941-
575-8229
TWIN BDRM SET HDBRDS(2)
NIGHTSTAND DRESSER MIR-
ROR $499 941-412-9682
TWIN MATTRESS box
springs, and frame $60, OBO
269-251-4543
TWO BEDSIDE Tables Oak 1
draw, 1 door each, excellent
condition $50 941-637-7825
WARDROBE 1940'S, oak, 4
deep drawers, cedar closet.
$150, OBO 941-460-8500
WICKER DR Set Elegant,
quality, ivory color. Glass
table, 4 chairs. Also Wicker
BR, Living Room sets. $290
941-223-6373
WICKER LR Set Wicker, ivory,
top quality LR Set,sofa tables,
etc. $340 941-223-6373
WICKER SET Florida Room
Furniture, Sofa, Recliner,
Coffee table & Chair $500,
GLASS FOR GLASS TOP
TABLE, 48" Diameter 1/4"
thick $40 941-475-7351
WICKER TABLE & 4 chairs
nice set $200 941-249-4601
WORKSTATION LAMP 2 flex-
ible arms, swivel base. Dimma-
ble $55 941-412-9090
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ELECTRONICS
L Z:6038


BATTERY CHARGER Schauer
10 amp. automatic. Venice
$10 941-493-6271
CELL PHONE AT&T HTC Sta-
tus likenew box phone charger
b00k $100 941-661-0123
DURABRAND AM/FM clock
radio in box $5, OBO 941-
237-9802
DVD RECORDER for manual
& remote was 197+ now only
$76 941-697-1102
FAX© MACHINE
CHOICE OF 2, $15, OBO 941-
276-8590
GPS GARMIN GPSMap
76CS with extras. $150, OBO
941-483-1058
GPS MAGELLAN 300 hand
held 2" screen, excellent cond.
$35 941-575-6556
HONEYWELL 7" turbo fan still
boxed VGC $10 941-237-
9802
NINTENDO WII, Bal board
and many games, controllers
extra $200 941-276-9337
OTTERBOX DEFENDER for
phone 4/4S color ocean blue
$15 941-764-0326
WII SYSTEM and games 5
games and system $250, OBO
941-613-0124


ELECTRONICS
6038


XBOX 360 Game Console,
Brand new in box $175 941-
276-7744
TV/STEREO/RADIO
6040


12" TV works well.vcr does
not work. $10, OBO 941-244-
2944
20 INCH TV $20 941-743-
0567
27 IN rca tv $15, OBO 941-
613-0124
36" TV Sony Wega TUBE hdtv
with flatscreen,Silver exc cond
$75, OBO 941-268-2983

60" SONY TV Rear projection
GREAT picture $150, OBO
941-625-0522
AMPLIFIER SONY Home for
Music Etc. Has Power. $45,
OBO 941-286-9570
CB RADIO 40 CH.HANDHELD
CB /W ANT. $50, OBO 941-
447-7927
DVR, HUGHES 40 Has new
Card. Direct TV. $25, OBO
941-244-2944
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HOME THEATER Surround
Sound System Sony $165,
OBO 941-483-1058
PIONEER A/V Stereo Receiv-
er KLH Spkrs Ctr & 2 side
Spkrs $75 941-766-1198
RCA HOME Theater slight
hum in L speaker $50, OBO
941-625-0522
SANYO TV 32" LIKE
NEW,W/REMOTE. NOT A FLAT
SCREEN. $65 941-275-5700
SONY TV 481NCH PROJEC-
TION TV
$75, OBO 941-628-8715
T.V. 19" w/new stand,great
picture $20 941-929-5432
TOWER SPEAKERS SONY
WOODEN PAIR, NICE SOUND
$50, OBO 941-286-9570
TV MAGNAVOX 20"color with
BUILT-IN VCR & DVD. $25
941-492-2434
TV MAGNAVOX 42" WIDE
SCREEN Thin HDMI 1-Yr Old
Must See $225 941-467-4773
TV PANASONIC 47 in. pro-
jector tv with remote $100,
OBO 574-583-8297
TV RCA old model 32"pic. cab
32x28x23 works great $50
941-661-2746
TV SANYO,26
inch,color,works perfect,no
remote. $20 941-833-0504
TV, VHS TAPE player sharp
tv,hitachi tape player $50,
OBO 941-423-8941
TV/VCR PANASONIC 21" 4
HEAD HI FI STEREO REMOTE
$100, OBO 941-412-9682


TV/STEREO/RADIO
6040


21" TV RCA with remote $25
941-894-4115

COMPUTER
EQUIPMENT
6060

CABLE MODEM motorola
wireless SBG900 4 comcast
like new $55 941-626-0304
COMPAQ 17" computer mon-
itor w built in speakers only
$48 941-697-1102
COMPUTER TOWER updat-
ed ready to use XP clean
antivirus $80 941-639-1113
DAVE IN-HOUSE-OFFICE corn-
puter repair, set-up Serving Char-
lotte Co. 10+ yrs 941-629-6337
DELL,MONITER COMPUTER
tower,keyboard ,printer,scan-
ner,spker $50 718-986-3608
GOLF CLUB mouse new looks
like a driver $5 941-228-1745
HP OFFICE JET PRO 8000
PRINTER Like new w/manual
$75 941-626-2130
LAPTOP TABLE Sturdy on
Wheels 34 1/4" W X 16" D X
27" H $15 941-681-2444
NEW 10" Android Tablet Net-
flix, eReader, Apps,lnternet
$200 941-735-1313
NEW 7" Android Tablet OS
4.3.0 Uses: eReader, Internet,
Apps $100 941-735-1313
PRINTER HP OFFICEJET
PRO8500 3 IN 1 NEW! $75,
OBO 941-661-6185
PRINTER HP, Photosmart
printer, works great. $30
941-423-6388
REBUILT COMPUTERS
new/upgraded,win xp,dvd,fast
$125, OBO 941-286-8482
SONY VAIO DESKTOP Fast,
Complete $200 941-764-
8804
TOSHIBA LAPTOP Exc.
Cond. w/ Case $160 941-
764-8804
USB MODEM UM175, USB
MODEM $60, OBO 941-441-
7776
CLOTHING / JEWELRY
ACCESSORIES
6065

1/2 CT gold diamond ring
Tiffany Setting. 14 kt gold vsl
$499 941-244-2944
DKNY PURSE Beautiful pale
blue/yellow logo canvas, exc
cond $15 859-466-9572
LEATHER JACKET w/ zip in
lining blk, almost new HUGE
BARGAIN $40 941-639-1517
LEATHER JACKETS Men's
Black or Brown XL Like New
$50, OBO 941-429-8296
LIKE NEW MEN'S DRESS
SLACKS 38x30 ENGLEWOOD
$3 941-475-7577
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Port Charlotte (between
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ACCESSORIES
6065

RAINCOAT LONDON fog Sz
12 brn/remov lining Exc Cond
$25 941-474-3194
TURQ NECKLACE 4 strand-
chaca canyon $200 941-237-
1085
WOM. SHOES NEW CLARKS
SPRINGER SANDALS BRNZ SZ
8 $25 859-466-9572
WOMEN'S CLOTHES nice
well kept 6-12. $2.00--
$10.00 available as package
for one price. 941-769-1275

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COLLECTIBLES
6070

1960 ITT Black Desk Tele-
phone Rotary,excellent condi-
tion $109 941-681-2433
1960'S GE DRILL + EXTRAS
ENGLEWOOD $30 941-475-
7577
2 WW1 Regist'd Brit. Medals/
orig.Tank Corps. envelope like
new $200 941-735-1452

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ACTIVELY BUYING!
Paintings Before 1960, Land-
scapes, Beach, European,
Russian, Oriental...ETC!! Silver,
Ivory, Jewelry, Furn., Oriental
Rugs. Local 941-306-8937
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ANTIQUES, ART, SILVER
NEW ENGLAND ANTIQUES
(941) 639-9338
ANTIQUE BOX INCL.
ANTIQUE TOOLS ENGLEWOOD
$150 941-475-7577
ANTIQUE HAMMERDRILL
ENGLEWOOD $50 941-475-
7577
ANTIQUE PARSON'S BENCH
Oak, Padded Velvet Seat,
$150 OBO, 715-828-2299
ANTIQUE TELEPHONE wall &
desk, unique home/ office
decor. $75 941-235-2500
BICYCLE 1954 JC Higgins
Men's bike. Excellent condition
$300 941-275-4788
BOTTLE ANTIQUE Seagram's
7 ,19" tall brown excell label
&more $30 941-697-6592
BRIT. MERITORIOUS Serv.
pin blue/white/enamel/gold
wash,LN $35 941-735-1452
CABINET, corner, solid cher-
ry, circa 1900, exc cond $475
OBO 941-474-3624
CAP GUNS 1940's-1960's
cap guns, holsters, all kinds.
$150, OBO 941-423-6388
CASH PAID**any old mili-
tary items, swords, medals,
uniforms, old guns. Dom
(941)-416-3280
CEDAR CHEST Lane sweet-
heart cedar chest. Great cond.
$150 941-268-2983
COIN SILVER DOLLAR 1884
CC MINT GRADED MS62 BY
PCGS $235 941-268-9029
COOKIE JAR Cooks Bazaar
Christmas $20 941-473-7122
ALL TYPES of Jewlery want-
ed before you have a yard
sale call me!941-623-6439
DESK OAK, perfect cond. 5
drawers. fully usable. $175,
OBO 941-460-8500
DOLLAR SILVER 1879-S
GRADED PCGS MS 65 OGH
$190 941-268-9029
DRESSER solid oak, 5 draw-
er, beautiful detail, exc cond
$425 OBO 941-474-3624
DRESSER, ANTIQUE, Oak-
Swivel Mirror, 5-Draw, Wood
Wheels, $200, 715-828-2299
FIESTAWARE VINTAGE
Fiestaware about 25 pieces in
Sarasota $5 941-600-1442
GOOFY COLLECTION a tote
full of stuff $400 941-661-
0124


ANTIQUES
COLLECTIBLES
6070

LADIES Secretary 1911
All original, good condition
$425 941-266-6718
LAMPS GLASS angel and
blue 50s retro $65 941-451-
8383
LICENSE-PLATE MATCHING
set N.Y. ,Conn.& more 1970's
$15 941-697-6592
LIGHTHOUSE-MONTAUK NY
10x5-inches $28 941-
496-9252
MICKEY MOUSE Collectibles
Many items start at 3.00 in
Sarasota $3 941-600-1442
MIKE PIAZZA Poster
Signed,He is in Dodger uni-
form $50 941-661-2746
MURANO GLASS clowns
sizes/colors/poses, can sepa-
rate $499 941-474-3194
NEELEPOINT FOOTSTOOL
excl cond. $35, OBO
941-235-2203
ORIENTAL 3 SCREENS BIk
Lacquer w/Mother Pearl Inlaid
Pics $290 941-286-8082
PRECIOUS MOMENTS fig-
urines vary 5.00 and up $15
941-270-0752
REPRO.MUSIC BOX w/16
discs.Electric copy.Works well.
$135, OBO 941-244-2944
RR COFFEE MUGS for six;
B&O,PRR,ERIE,CSX,NPR,SPS
$18, OBO 941-624-6384
SATURN LAMP orig 1939 NY
world's fair art deco; reduced
$105 941-639-1517
SEWING MACHINE vintage
singer feather lite 99k cabinet
& stool. $175 941-266-2036
SILVER MONEY CLIP WITH A
1924 SILVER PEACE DOLLAR
$75 941-268-9029


ANTIQUES
COLLECTIBLES
6070


STUFFED GOOFY $10,
OBO 941-613-0124
TONKA-TOY RUSTY Road
Grader 17" pressed steel rare
$45 941-697-6592
U.S. AIR Force Thunderbirds
Framed 16"by20" picture $25
941-423-2585
VICTROLA 1906 talking
machine needles 50 records
excell $495 941-697-6592
WHEATIES COLLECTOR box
unopened 11, C, Ripken, D,
Marino $20 941-697-6592
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MUSICAL
L 6090


BASS GUITAR New with hard
case & instructional dvd. $300
Please call 941-426-4070
CLARINET LEBLANC, B-Flat,
Orig. Owner. New Pads &
Cork. $425 941-876-4716
DRUM SET 5 pic. w/hardware
Like New $250 941-456-
2462
EPIPHONE ELECT. guitar,&
hard shell case, $425.00 941-
623-0346
FENDER GEMINI II acoustic w
hardshell case v rare v clean
only $181 941-697-1102
MICROPHONE AUDIO-
TECHNICA, AT3035. $110
941-624-2442
MICROPHONES SHURE Beta
57/58. Like new. $100 941-
627-9689
ORGAN HAMMOND Com-
modore Model 328000 $395,
ORO a41-48R-1058


MUSICAL
6090


NEW MIKE Cable set of 5 20ft
XLR ends $45 941-575-8229
PIANO SPINET, G. Speck, NY
w/match bench/needlepoint
Cvr $350 941-916-2149
POWERED MIXER Mackie
808M. Lightly used, loaded.
$459 941-627-9689
SPEAKER STANDS 2 Ulti-
mate TS-90B Telelock with
bags. $150 941-627-9689
SPEAKERS SAMSON 15"
with Speakon cables. Like
new. $150 941-627-9689

MEDICAL
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BED-RAILS FITS most beds
$95, OBO 207-604-0848
HANDICAP SCOOTER GO
GO $485; HANDICAP LIFT
motorized for back of car or
van $485 941-460-9265
HOSPITAL BED elect.all posi-
tion control,leakproof mat-
tres,rails $380 718-986-3608
MOBILITY SCOOTER 2012
Golden Companion II with Lift
$3000 Never used, full war-
ranty 941.268.3664
MOBILITY SCOOTER,
Invacare, deep cherry red,
great maneuverability, long
battery life, exc. cond. Best
offer 941-484-7993
POWER RECLINER neutral
color good condition $250
248-808-4342
PRIDE MOBILITY scooter
Good condition. $300
941-625-0855
SHOWER CHAIR BY
INVACARE, NEW IN BOX $45,
OBO 941-627-6780
SLEEP APNEA Machine REM-
star auto M series whole set-
up $300, OBO 941-698-9899
SLEEP APNEA machine,
New Life Elite w/ hook ups.
$275 229-248-7435
TUB / SHOWER CHAIR NEW,
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MEDICAL
L 6095


WALKER 3 wheel with
brakes Englewood $25, OBO
203-907-6222
WALKER FOLDING w/front
wheels cost $100 excellent
cond. $12 941-764-8068
WHEEL CHAIR LG allaute VGC
$1,650 consider trade for
guns, ect. 941-629-0204

HEALTH/BEAUTY
6100


CERAMIC FLAT Iron Tool Sci-
ence. Barely used $20
941-628-6371
FRUTA PLANT NIB 1 month
supply chinese herbal weight
loss pills $25 941-628-6371
MASSAGE TABLE portable
master brand blue like new
28"wide $125 941-493-6292

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S6110


5-CORN
PLANTS/5FT./HEALTHY
$50, OBO 941-276-0026
AMARYLLIS/LIRIOPE/RAIN
LILIES/MEXICAN PETUNIAS
EACH $3 941-412-9682
ARECA PALM HEALTHY 2-4
FT TALL IN 3 GAL POT $6
941-258-2016
ASSORT.FRUIT TREES
$25 941-766-7482
BLUEDAZE/PENTA/PURPLE
QUEEN/VINCA SEEDLINGS
EACH $1 941-412-9682
BROMELIADS/OYSTER
PLANTS/MOTHER-IN-LAW
TONGUES $3 941-412-9682







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TREES & PLANTS
Z 6110


BUSHY SPIDER Plant, vari-
gated/non-varigated leaves
w/pot. $8 941-276-1881
CROTON/HIBISCUS/OLE-
ANDER/PINEAPPLE PLANT
EACH $7 941-412-9682
EAR TREES (Guanacaste) 4'
hardwood tree of Costa Rica
$10 941-585-8149
FOXTAIL PALMS 5gal
4ft. healthy local grown $12
941-637-0357
GOLDEN DEW DROP NICE
TREE PURPLE BLOOMS 4-5 FT
TALL. $10 941-258-2016
HIBISCUS TREE BLOOMING
RED 4 FT TALL. IN POT $10
941-258-2016
LANTANA PLANT in large
aqua colored pot $15 941-
585-8149
LYCHEE TREE Hak Ip 25 gal
size. Delicious fruit. $175
941-833-3326
ORCHID PLANTS Purple
Flowers $25 941-698-9798
VIBURNUM Great for
Privacy 1-15gallons, Barrel
SUI'S NUSURY 941-488-7291
PAPAYA PLANT in 1 gallon
pot $4 941-697-0794
PINEAPPLE PALM trees 5
gal from $14 941-637-0357
PINEAPPLE PLANTS $15
941-766-7482
QUEEN PALM 4-5 FT TALL IN
3 GAL POT. 3 PLANTS EA $10
941-258-2016
STAGHORN PLANT 7ft.
across $300, OBO 727-365-
9230
BABY ITEMS
6120


SET CRIB/DRESSER natural
wood $100 941-457-0509
STROLLER POOH pink Dis-
ney $25 239-898-9370
GOLF ACCESSORIES
S6125


2 FOR 1
GOLF LESSON SPECIAL
Short Game School
Playing lessons on the course
4 45 minute lessons
Total cost person #1 $120
Total cost person #2 FREE
You and a partner split the cost!
Gary Bower
Dir. of Golf/Teaching Pro.
614-527-9527

6 V GOLF CART
BATTERIES
SET/6 NEW POWERTRON
OR DEKA
US MADE W/12MO WARR.
EXCHANGE/CASH&CARRY
$389 941-769-1431
6V GOLF CART BATTERIES
set/6 Powertron US
made w/warranty.
The CART GUYS *incl tax
$439 941-575-8181
CLUBS FULL Set (bag) $50
941-993-2001
CLUBS FULL Set (bag) $80,
OBO 941-993-2001
GOLF CART, Club Car, Red,
Graphics. Batteries 2 Yrs. old.
Lights, Windshield. Mirror, &
End. $1,595 603-969-0053
CHECK THE
CLASSIFIEDS!
GOLF CLUBS and bag maxfli
DDH .Good condtn. balls include
$50, OBO 678-640-1924
GOLF TRAVEL bag w/wheels
Golf travel bag w/wheels, new
$25 941-764-7823
GULF CLUBS ACCLAIM, FULL
SET, GRAPHITE $20, OBO
941-276-8590
SPORTS PRACTICE net '7 by
'9 $20, OBO 941-766-9126


EXERCISE/
FITNESS
44 6128

BOWFLEX MOTIVATOR
excellent cond complete!
$449 941-286-8082
BOWFLEX POWER PRO
EXERCISE MACHINE, GOOD
COND $150 941-268-5227
ELIPTICAL BRAND New Pro-
Form Eliptical $400 941-235-
1710
EXERCISE BIKE RECUMBANT
No electronics but has resis-
tance $85 941-268-8951
KEYS TREADMILL In great
shape w/features $250, OBO
941-505-2292
NORDIC TRACK EXP 1000X
fully computerized, incline
changes, heart rate, calories &
other features. Barely used
Folds up $200 941-697-5850
PRO-FORM CROSSWALK
sport treadmill with console,
etc. $295 269-251-4543
RECUMBERANCE STATION-
ARY exercise bike.. $99, OBO
941-255-8638
SCHWINN 230 Recumbent In
great shape $150, OBO 941-
639-1175
BY IT: !
SELL IT!
FTsIND IT !
SUIN CLASSIFIED!
TREADMILL CADENCE
2300 MONITOR, 0-5 MPH
$75 941-268-5227


EXERCISE/
FITNESS
wOZ6128S

TREADMILL LOCAL Delivery
inc in price. Trimline-1000 $60
941-224-6031
TREADMILL,2008
FUEL,FT94,EX.COND. $150
941-505-1243
WM WRKOUT 3 sets of dmbls
1 strchband 1 bg ball $15
941-468-5578
SPORTING GOODS
6130


BASEBALL, HOCKEY Cards,
4000-5000 cards per box, 7
boxes, $200 941-496-8349
CAMP MEMBERSHIP Thou-
sandTrails/NACO, $500 609-
597-1238
CUSTOM MADE wooden gun
cabinet exc. shape/ 12 gun
$275 941-270-0752
FIREWOOD Split, Bundled,
and ready for the firepit!
Pine $5, Oak $7,
Citrus by Special Order.
941-468-4372
FISHING BOAT ROD & REEL
PENN SPECIAL 6/0 SENATOR
NICE $115 941-268-9029
FISHING RODS, reels, lots of
tackle and lures up to $350
941-474-4434


SPORTING GOODS
6130


FOOS BALL table Harvard,
Good cond. $40 941-661-
9784

GUN SHOW
Oct. 27th & 28th
Sat. 9-5 & Sun 9-4
$9 Admission
Charlotte County
Fairgrounds
2333 El Jobean Rd.
Port Charlotte
BUY-SELL TRADE
NEW/USED
FREE Parking
Carry Permit Classes Avail.
2 GUYS SHOWS
727-776-3442
MOTORCYCLE HELMETS
full face and 1/2, SMLXL, vg
cond. $40 941-235-2500
NEWCASTLE BROWN Ale
Golf Bag New in Box in Sara-
sota $50 941-600-1442


ROLLER SKATES "Europa"
RD track control Size 11 $40
941-697-0794
SHIMANO ROD+REEL
Combo NEW,Solstace 2500,
$40, OBO 941-929-5432
TACKLE BOX tackle box style
hip roof 3 tier full of gear $35
941-497-6633


SPORTING GOODS
6130


TACKLE BOX, Piano, three
trays full of fishing plugs $30
941-497-6633
TENT SWISSGEAR Weather-
proof, 12 person,never out of
box $100 941-505-0809
Wader Gander Moutain NEW
XL $60, OBO 941-697-1110
S FIREARMS
L 6131


BUSHMASTER AR10 BR308
w/case scope bipod 2 20 rd
mags. $1100. 387-5743


HIGHER POWER OUTFIT-
TERS
Guns-Ammo-Buy-Sell-Trade
FINANCING AVAILABLE!!!
No Credit/Bad Credit OKAY
1826 Tamiami Trail, Punta
Gorda 941-347-8445
REM. 870 Express, 12 gau
plug gun w/scope & sling, fully
rifled $450 941-724-1243
WEATHERBY "CENTURION"
Semi-Automatic 12 Gauge 2
3/4" vent rib Imp Cyl 10 rds
PDX1 $375.00 941-916-9081
WINCHESTER 101 20 ga.
I.C./Mod. Excellent Condition
$750. (941) 492-9514


BICYCLES/
TRICYCLES
4 16135

1971 SCHWINN Stingray,
20" boys bike, original $175
941-286-5275
26" MENS Schwin 18 spd like
new $125 941-929-8115
26" MENS Schwin 2 spd $55
941-929-8115
BICYCLE HUFFY bike 26"
never ridden, mens $60 941-
539-4178
BICYCLE QUEST 15 spd 26"
good cond. $40 941-539-
4178
BIKE LADIES beach
cruiser w/fenders $50
941-625-2779
BIKE NEXT mens 21
spd alum mtn (PC) $50
941-625-2779
BIKE RACK TRUNK MOUNT 3
bikes, by Yakima, Excellent
$80 941-268-8951
BIKE-LADIES SCHWINN.
Alum. $175 941-743-0582



NEED CASH?
LADIES 26" 10 speed Road-
master good shape $35, OBO
941-456-0053
MEN'S BIKE, Schwinn,
LeTour, 12 Spd., 28". Exc.
Cond! $225. 941-876-4716


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BICYCLES/
TRICYCLES
S6135

MIAMI SUN 3 Wheeler with
basket $95, OBO 941-929-
8115
MOUNTAIN BIKE 21sp 26in
Excellent Shape $80 941-
697-0754
MOUNTAIN BIKE SCHWINN
Sierra 21sd Very Nice Shape
$150 941-697-0754
MTN SPORT SX 24" 18
speed like new $75, OBO
307-332-5389
PUCH BIKE cavalier, yellow,
100yr anniv. $175, OBO 941-
698-8969
SCHWINN FORCE 16" BMX
Style sharp $35, OBO
307-332-5389
SCHWINN MTN 26" F/Shock
21 spd $80, OBO 307-332-
5389
SENCO 26" 6 speed elect
motor wheel new in box $30,
OBO 941-468-5578
TRIKE 3 WHEEL, Recum-
bent. If you have one,
please call 317-473-3957
WOMENS 3 spd bike 2 bas-
kets $45, OBO 941-929-8115

TOYS
L 6138


3 STORY wood Barbie house
Must be seen,includ furn. pmts
acc. $175, OBO 625-0522
AMER. FLYER train beacon
tower has shed on base, exc.
cond. $75 941-735-1452
CHILDS VANITY & Stool
DORA pink plastic great xmas
gift $30, OBO 941-735-1709
FISHER-PRICE RAINFOREST
Jumperoo like new very well
kept $50 941-276-9337
GOODYEAR TIRE Plant HO
Tractor/Trailers, Rail Tank cars
$48, OBO 941-624-6384
HO SCALE Bascule Bridge
can email pic. L=34" H=14"
$50, OBO 941-624-6384
HO TRAIN Loco 5 Cars with
40FT. Highway Trailers $129,
OBO 941-624-6384
ROCKING HORSE All wood
$50, OBO 941-625-2779
SAILING SHIP model "FLYING
CLOUD can email pic $29,
OBO 941-624-6384

PHOTOGRAPHY/
VIDEO
6140

CANON AV1 35mm
31ens/flash/tripod/4filters+hol
der $129 727-647-0572
DIGITAL VIVITAR ViviCam HD
2.7 screen. Many features-
NEW. $45 941-276-1881
TELECONVERTER 2X for
OLYMPUS OM1 w/case; mint!
$49 941-639-1517

S POOL/SPA/
& SUPPLIES
6145

NEVER PAY RETAIL AGAIN!
HOT TUBS & SWIM SPAS
Wholesale pricing to public,
Come see our factory!
941-462-0633






**SPAS & MORE**
TRADE-IN'S WELCOME
WE BUY USED &
MOVE HOTTUBS.
www.spasandmoreinc.net
941-625-6600
2 POOL FILTERS 2 FILTERS
10" WIDE 20" TALL JACUZZI
$35, OBO 941-505-2292
7 POOL solar panels, and
misc. piping. $175 941-697-
5654


POOL/SPA/
& SUPPLIES
6145


FLOTEC POOL Pump lhp
$125, OBO 941-391-3766
FOLDING LOUNGE chair:
lightweight,great for beach,
turquoise. $5 941-276-1881
JACUZZI 2 pool pumps
inground 2 & 3 horse $250
941-743-3698
POOL COOLER Float,holds
18 cans & ice,$35
,941-624-0928
POOL SAND FILTER POOLCO
CP7181,150-LB, GOOD COND
$75 941-268-5227
LAWN & GARDEN
6160




MOWERS: Buy, Sell, Trade
Riders, Push & Parts.
941-268-0917 or 416-1109
ADIRONDACK CHAIRS &
Table Set Wood $199
941-587-4460
CAST LAWN lampost antique
style/finish @6'tall/wired base
$375 941-735-1452
EXTENSION CORDS three
100ft 16/3 $40 941-473-
7122
FIREWOOD Split, Bundled,
and ready for the firepit!
Pine $5, Oak $7,
Citrus by Special Order.
941-468-4372

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OBO 979-482-9853
GAS HEDGE Trimmer
22"Weed-eater,2cycle like new
$55, OBO 941-441-7776
GRILL BLACK Weber, 22"
diameter /w charcoal & lighter
$30 941-637-9367
HOMELITE 12" wide cultiva-
tor (not a tiller) $100 941-
474-4959
HUNTER COMMERCIAL
SPRINKLER HEADS-CASE NEW
$75, OBO 941-661-6185
LAWN BOY Mower Newer
self-propelled model, used one
year $75 941-475-1362
USE CLASSIFIED!
LAWN FURNITURE VICTORI-
AN, Setee, chair & table $385
Good Cond 941-544-3314
LAWN MOWER snapper com-
mercial walk behind 26 cut
$250 941-623-5614
LAWN MOWER Toro Recycler
6.5hp Self Prop. $140
941-661-3298
LAWN MOWER weed eater
one rider mower.3 yrs.old.
$325 941-255-1916
LAWN TRACTOR Cub Cadet,
LN 42" cut, 30hrs on it, w/bag-
ger$S1200941-8308636
MOWER BLADES New many
to choose from, $3 to $9 each
941-497-3702


LAWN & GARDEN
6160


MOWER DECKS, used, B & S
parts. Make me an offer on all!
6680 Dennison Ave Northport
MURRAY RIDING Mower
14.5 HP 42" $225, OBO
941-764-1234
MURRAY-SCOTT 22" Blade
New Old Stock $9 941-497-
3702
PATIO FURNITURE Round
48" table and 4 swivel chairs +
2 lounge chairs and 2 tall
chairs. $200 941-916-0492
PRUNER, POULAN electric
pruner new 9.0 AMP/8" $50,
OBO 941-766-9126
RIDING MOWER 42 in,
18 HP Power prov. $350
941-423-5638
RIDING MOWER Poulan 12.5
HP ex.cond. $499 404-376-
5041
SCOTT SPREADER 3000
model $15 239-898-9370
SHOP VAC Ige works
great/buy Now $49 574-849-
0242
SNAPPER RIDER Steering
ReBush Kit NOS $3 941-497-
3702
LAWN EDGER 3 1/2HP. Good
Cond. $75 941-743-0582
TORO 22" Blade NOS 7/16"
center hole $12 941-497-
3702
TRAILER 4X8 tilt utility trailer
needs work $100 941-623-
5614


3 WALL MIRRORS 94"X42 (2)
& 94"X50" ENGLEWOOD
$100, OBO 203-907-6222
8' X 8' Roll up garage door
$450 941-474-4959
A/C UNIT 2 ton unit,w/air han-
dler, includes pad & copper
lines. $375 941-474-7960
ACCORDIAN HURR. SHUT-
TERS 54"Wx38"H &
102"Wx68"h $400, OBO
941-661-1664
BAR TOP RAIL, BIRCH New, 9'
long, front rail, Englewood
$50, OBO 203-907-6222
BATHROOM SINK FAUCET
8"CENTER. NEW $50, OBO
941-627-6780
COMMERCIAL SHELVING
THREE 4FT. SECTIONS 6FT.
TALL $75 941-815-6127
DOOR HANDLES (4) antique
brass bed/bath cost $103 sell
$45 941-585-8149
FLOORING OAK laminate 3
boxes c. 51sf $40 941-766-
0464
GARAGE DOOR OPENER,
Craftsman 1.2 HP, Chain Drive.
In Box. 13953930DM. $160
941-423-4944
GARAGE DOOR OPENER,
Craftsman 3/4 HP Chain Drive.
13953753. $175. 941-423-
4944
HURRICANE PANELS, 15
panels w/ parts $150; Screen
door $10; Sliding bin for under
cabinet $10 941-460-9265
KIT SINK new am std dbl bowl
cast iron kit sink mod#7045
$150, OBO 847-471-1122
LOUISVILLE LADDER 16
ft.aluminum like new. Venice
$40 941-493-6271
LUMBER APPROX. 40
PIECES 2x4x8 $25 941-697-
5267
NEW DOUBLE sink bathroom
Vanity with brass sinks &
faucets $499 941-575-8229
OAK PLANKS 2x10x48 feet
$120 941-276-1205
PATIO GLASS SLDG DOOR
W/FRAME BWN 79Hx96W
$250 941-445-8046

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SUPPLIES
6170

PATIO SCREEN Doors White.
78 7/8 by 31 1/4. $50 941-
505-0220
PLYWOOD 3/4" for windows
$5 941-766-0464
SINK/FAUCET KOHLER lake-
field 33x22 almond gd cond
$150 941-474-3194
STAINLESS STEEL sheet 4X8
STAINLESS STEEL SHEET 18
GA. $175 941-815-6127
STORM DOOR Bronze
w/adjustable glass panels $25
941-456-5059
TILES CERAMIC/25 @
12"x12" $5 941-766-0464

TOOLS/ MACHINERY
6190


2 STORAGE bins 60 bins
ea.sz 2x5in $10 941-
497-6633
3/8 DRILL,SANDER, SAW
12V 2 BATTERS, LIKE NEW
$35, OBO 941-627-6780
84-99 H.D. crank w rods
1340 cc low miles $250, OBO
941-276-1205
9" BAND Saw RYOBI#BS 900
Works GREAT $40 941-828-
0306
ACETYLENE TORCH B Tank
with Plumbers Torch $75 941-
475-9689
AIR COMPRESSOR Crafts-
man. 6HP, 33 gallon Like new.
$225 941-416-6293
BLACK&DECKER 3 piece
18volt. venice $40 942-493-
6271
BOSCH JIGSAW 1587AVS
Was $180 Now $50 941-266-
4731
COMPOUND MITER Saw
New Craftsman, Carbide. $80,
OBO 979-482-9853
CRICK LEVEL Like new,solid
QUALITY $50, OBO 941-929-
5432
CUTTER BITS Craftsman new
for planer/molder 19 sets
$85 941-497-6633
DEWALT DC825 18V Cord-
less 1/4" Impact Driver-NEW
(tool Only) $90 941-916-2203
DIAMOND TIP blade new 9"
wet tile blade $15 941-228-
1745
GAS GENERATOR Briggs &
Stratton 10HP Never Used
$350, OBO 941-429-8296
GENERAL GENERATOR
10,000 EXL Excellent Cond.
$950, OBO 941-661-1061
GENERATE 10 HP 6250W
like new must sell make offer
$350, OBO 941-600-1579
GENERATOR 10HP Briggs-
Stratton 5550watts never
used $450 941-475-3311
HAND KART/DOLLY 4
wheels positions for use $40,
OBO 941-735-1709
HYDRAULIC FLOOR Car Jack
2-1/4 Ton Allied Pro $75, OBO
941-429-8296
LADDER 12FT. Fiberglass.
Heavy Duty $100 941-743-
0582
LADDER 24' HEAW DUTY
$145 941-474-4959
LINCOLN 225AC WELDER
with many accessories $200
941-474-4411
MITER SAW Mikita 10" saw
$50 941-475-3311
POWER WASHER Husky
1600 psi electric. Like new
$60 941-585-2069
PRESSURE WASHER
Husky/Kohler Engine. Mint
$200 941-639-0661
REED PIPE vise no. 2 good
condition $25 941-228-1745
TABLE SAW SKIL 10"
w/Stand, Excellent condition
$150 941-268-8951


EQUIP./SUPLIES
6220

OFFICE OUTFITTERS
Preowned & new office furniture.
VENICE 941-485-7015
CANON PC940 desktop copi-
er Works great. Good condi-
tion $100 941-204-7765
DESK CHAIR Carpet Protec-
tor New $10 and one like new
$5 941-456-2462
HOME OFFICE DESK+
5piece+2chairs covers 3walls
$499 727-647-0572
HYDRAULIC CHAIR (1) w/ 3
shampoo chairs for beauty
salon $150 for all obo 941-
474-6441
MID-BACK CHAIR Leather
w/padded arms, 4-way adj.
MINT $65 941-412-9090
PAPER CUTTER, XACTO
12inch paper cutter. Excl.
cond. $15 941-423-2585

SUPPLIES
6225 1

DEEP FRYER CEILLWARE
EL-15 15# CT 120V 2 bas-
kets $220 941-681-2433
ADVERTISE
In
The Classifieds!
MICROSALE REGISTER
touchscreen 2printers+paper
$499 727-647-0572
TABLE/CHAIRS(4) SETS
GROSSFILEX OUTDOOR GOOD
COND $250 941-412-9682
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.
FREE KITTENS
TO GOOD HOME-INSIDE ONLY
LITTER BOX TRAINED
(5) B&W, Blue Eyes, Approx
7-8 wks; (3) BI&Wh, Gr&Wh,
7 mo, 3 males, neutered
Call bef. 3pm (941) 625-7686

DOGS
6233




RESCUE HEARTS
ADOPTION
Small Breed Dog Adoptions
Sat. Oct. 27th 10am-2pm
Pet Supermarket
4265 Tamiami Trail
Port Charlotte
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.
HAVANESE, AKC, different
colors, M & F, health cert.
$600. 941-876-3526
YORKIPOOS 1M $400 1F
$425. 941-769-0690

MISC. PETS
LOOZ6234


RABBITS FEMALE Lionhead,
litter box trained $20 obo
(941)-629-5421

LIVESTOCK
Lo 6235


HARNESS, LEATHER DRIVING
horse harness. Good cond.
$250 OBO 941-916-2866
SADDLE, LEATHER, WEST-
ERN. $150 OBO 941-916-
2866


PET SUPPLIES
& SERVICES
6236

AIRTIGHT PET food container
The Vittles vault VGC $35
941-237-9802
DOG CAGE black wire w/tray
30x19x21 high just like new pt
ch. $40 941-764-8068
DOG CRATE, Large, Black
Metal. 36Lx23Wx25. Never
Used. $50. (941)-408-0029
DOG RAMP Heavy duty. $35,
OBO 941-625-3790
LARGE DOG Crate Collapsible
crate with floor pan approx
3'x2'x2' $60 941-345-7743
SHERPA DOG Carrier Airline
Approved. $35, OBO 941-
625-3790

S APPLIANCES
S6250


AC WINDOW unit5200btu
also elec.space heater PGI
$25 941-740-4769
DISHWASHER GE Eterna
Almond like new, Osprey $95,
OBO 941-966-5439
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6250

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w/ice look new need repair
$50 941-828-0246
STOVE GE flattop w convec-
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790-9217
STOVE SS kenmore elite
40inch convection $350 941-
426-4825
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series like new, PG $400 obo
419-234-1616
WASHERS AND DRYERS
Starting at $125. Warranty!
Delivery! 941-830-4925
WATER HEATER Nice 50 gal
electric $145 941-456-9119
MISCELLANEOUS
6260

1/4 ROUND molding 100 ft.
primed white
Venice $20 941-493-6271
2-BIKE-RACK 2"REESE-
HOOKUP $75 941-496-
9925
2007 JEEP Liberty Black Bra
$50 941-575-6217
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$40 941-474-4411
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$35 941-830-0998
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comp w/ rope,float,zinc,rebar
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941-468-4372


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Z6260

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$150 941-628-0557
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S6260

PORTABLE AIR Conditioner
SPT A/C W/HEATER, 9000
BTU $175 719-564-2146
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THOR X10 million 12v ciga-
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5578
TRIANGULAR WOOD case
to display folded flag $15
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1995 HONDA Accord ex,
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BUICK
Lo 7020

1990 BUICK LESABRE,
Lumpy lump $595 941-
480-0309 or 941-214-
0889
1996 BUICK CENTURY V6,
Only 59K Miles! New Tires &
Battery. Garage Kept! $3,100
941-493-4702
1997 BUICK LESABRE
Custom, 1 owner, 48K
miles $4500 941-480-
0309 or 941-214-0889


BUICK
S7020

2000 BUICK LESABRE, 60K
Mi!, Lthr., Full Pwr., Loaded!
$5,988. 941-639-1601, DIr.
2004 BUICK LESABRE cus-
tom, white, 66,299 mi.
$7,854 877-219-9139 dlr
L CADILLAC
0m 7030

1992 ELDORADO Touring
BlueBeauty-Trophy Condition
$7500, 941-380-3324
2001 CADILLAC STS
74K $8,999
877-211-8054 DLR
2003 CADILLAC SDV low mi,
loaded, new cadillac trade,
$7950 941-833-2200 dlr
2008 CADILLAC CTS, Cherry! 1
Owner! Must See! $19,988.
941-625-2141 Gorman Family
2008 CADILLAC STS
12,000 MI $26,990
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2010 CADILLAC SRX
LOADED $34,990
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2011 CADILLAC STS
4-door sedan, 21K mi, Red,
certified warranty, $28,500
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CHEVY
7040Y


1970 CHEVROLET CHEV-
ELLE SS 396/350HP, original,
$7400 OBO, email or call for
details: gegenh7@msn.com
863-657-4599
1999 CHEVY CAVALIER,
Auto, AC, 70K Miles!
$3,988. 941-639-1601, DIr.
2000 CHEVY CORVETTE
$18,911
877-211-8054 DLR
2003 CHEV CAVALIER
36,300Mi, 4-Cyc Cold A/C,
2-Door $4,800 941-497-4636
2003 CHEVROLET CAVA-
LIER, 2DR, Sunroof, Auto
$2500 941-480-0309 or
941-214-0889
2005 CHEVY CAVALIER,
Auto, PW, PL, AC! $4,988.
941-639-1601, DIr.
2005 CHEVY COLORADO
60k miles $9,500 863-993-
2377 or 863-263-8797
2005 CHEVY EQUINOX LT
White, tan leather 78,500mi
$8,295.0BO 941-628-6251
2005 CHEVY MALIBU Classic,
good miles, clean, car fax, fin.
avail. $5550 941473-CARS dir
2008 CHEVROLET MALIBU
LS auto, ac, pwr, $7799
Pro Power Auto 941-627-8822
2011 CHEVY IMPALA LT, Low
Mi! 1 Owner! Immaculate! $15,988
941-625-2141 GomanFamrly
2012 CHEVY CORVETTE
2,000 MI $46,911
877-211-8054 DLR
We Finance Everyone
Money Down Nice Cars
Call Chris 941-833-2200 dir

CHRYSLER
7050


1999 CHRYSLER SEBRING
white, 89,398 mi. $5,452
877-219-9139 dlr
2004 CHRYSLER SEBRING
conv. only 77k, touring clean,
$5950 941-833-2200 dir
2004 CHRYSLER SEBRING
convt, good miles, clean guar
credit approval, $5900
941473-CARS dir
NEED CASH?
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2005 CHRYSLER CROSSFIRE
LTD 18,000 MI $18,990
877-211-8054 DLR
2006 CHRYS. SEBRING TOUR-
ING Conv., Auto, A/C, Loaded!
$7,988 941-639-1601, Dir
2008 CHRYSLER CROSSFIRE
33K $24,990
877-211-8054 DLR
2008 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
Touring, white, $9,745 877-
219-9139 dir
2008 CHRYSLER SEBRING
convt, silver, 37,958 mi.
$12,451 877-219-9139 dir

DODGE
7060


2005 BMW 5451 4 dr, black,
72,041 mi. $15,950 877-
219-9139 dir
2006 DODGE CHARGER RT,
red, 75,566 mi. $15,887
877-219-9139 dir
2007 DODGE CALIBER RT,
AWD, black, 72,066 mi.
$9,950 877-219-9139 dir

FORD
7070


1995 FORD F-150 5-sp, stand
trans., runs good, new clutch
$2,600 OBO 941-2588409
2001 FORD CROWN
VICTORIA LX, black, leather,
guaranteed credit approval,
$6850 941473-CARS dir


1996 FORD MUSTANG GT,
Conv. 5spd, a/c, all power, $5,999
Pro Power Auto 941-627-8822 dir
2001 FORD MUSTANG
Conv., 28 MPG Hwy. Cold A/C,
Great Cond. 95K miles,
$4900. 941-624-5946.
2002 FORD FOCUS SE,
A/C, auto, power, $4,499
Pro Power Auto 941-627-8822
2003 FORD MUSTANG
equip handicap dr, cony. 62Kmi,
$9,900 941-564-8778
2003 FORD T-BIRD
31K $19,990
877-211-8054 DLR
2004 FORD MUSTANG GT
40th Anniversary car, V-8,
convertible, 34k mi, auto,
Dark Grey w/ tan interior,
Like new $12,900/obo
941-587-5085
2004 FORD MUSTANG manual,
silver, guaranteed credit approval,
$6995 941473-CARS dir
2005 FORD 500 Limited, 4
dr, black, 72,991 mi. $8,950
877-219-9139 dir
2008 FORD TAURUS SEL,
black, 36,185 mi. $14,875
877-219-9139 dlr
2010 FORD MUSTANG
$20,911
877-211-8054 DLR
2010 FORD MUSTANG
Prem, V6, black, 22,632 mi.
$19,987 877-219-9139 dir




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JEEP
L7080


1997 JEEP CHEROKEE
SUV, 88,000 mi, 6 cyl., auto-
matic, 5 seat, AM/FM, All
season tires, Classic 4WD,
red, auto, a/c, pwr brakes,
pwr steering, cruise, air bag,
tilt, tinted glass, rear wiper,
tow pkg, Good condition, RV
Tow bracket, $3,500
941-637-7989
1998 JEEP WRANGLER, Auto,
4x4, 4 Cyl. Looks & Runs
Great! $5,995. 941-626-3674
2004 JEEPWRANGLER, 6" Lift
on 35's! Low Miles! $14,988.
941-625-2141 GormanFarly
2008 JEEP PATRIOT beige,
9,392 mi. $14,578 877-219-
9139 dir
2010 JEEP PATRIOT Sport,
white, 25,369 mi. $15,478
877-219-9139 dlr

LINCOLN
7090


1999 LINCOLN TOWNCAR
Sig, only 86k mi, BRAND NEW!
$5250 Call 941-833-2200 dlr
2001 LINCOLN TOWN CAR
Signature Series. Only 42K
Miles! Beige. Like New Cond-
tion! $6850. 941-587-2896

S MERCURY
wm 7100


1997 MERCURY SABLE
New tires, mech. good cond.,
73K/mi $3250 941-497-6297


2003 MERCURY GRAND
MARQUIS LS 101K miles
$5900 941-480-0309 or
941-214-0889
2003 MERCURY SABLE
ONLY 62K MI, LOADED, NICE
$5950 Call 941-833-2200 dir
2006 MERCURY GR. MARQUIS
LS, Leather! Only 40K Mi!
$11,988. 941-639-1601, Dir
2006 MERCURY MILAN red,
45,189 mi. $11,475 877-
219-9139 dir
2007 MERCURY GR MARQUIS
LS 32K $14,990
877-211-8054 DLR

OLDSMOBILE
7110


2001 OLDSMOBILE ALERO
Coupe, 65k miles, cold ac,
leather. $2950 941-214-0889

PONTIAC
7130


1999 PONTIAC TRANS AM
Only 80k Mi! Loaded, Lthr!
$8,988 941-639-1601, Dir.
2006 PONTIAC G6, V6,
Auto, Power, Moonroof!
$8,988 941-639-1601, Dir.

SATURN



2002 SATURN L100 LS, 4
dr, white, 80,496 mi. $4,857
877-219-9139 dir
( E.T Rsu... s ~
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2008 SATURN ASTRA XR, 4
dr, hatchback, white, 42,981
mi.$12,145 877-219-9139 dir
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AUTO SALES
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98 SW2 Wagon........$2,650
00 SL2 Sedan.........$2,699
01 SL2 Sedan.........$3,099
99 SL2 Sedan.........$3,299
04 VUE SUV............$3,899
04 VUE SUV.............$4,999
08 Aura XE Sedan..$10,599
08 VUE XE SUV.......$13,499
08 VUE XR SUV.......$14,299
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SCION
Low 7136


2005 SCION XB manual, sil-
ver, 129,080 mi. $6,950
877-219-9139 dir
2005 SCION XB manual, sil-
ver, 129,080 mi. $6,875
877-219-9139 dir

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ACURA
7145


2000 ACURA INTEGRA LS,
hatchback, silver, 101,395 mi.
$4,857 877-219-9139 dir
2006 ACURA TL 3.2 gold,
67,604 mi. $16,758 877-
219-9139 dir
2007 ACURA TSX 4 dr,
black, 82,069 mi. $14,475
877-219-9139 dir


FORD MERCURY
7070 L 7100


ACURA
LW444:7145


2008 ACURA TL 3.2 blue,
49,712 mi. $17,854 877-
219-9139 dir
2010 ACURA TL 3.2, white,
33,477 mi. $26,478 877-
219-9139 dir

BMW
S7148


2001 BMW 5251 101K
Miles. $6900 941-480-
0309 or 941-214-0889
2003 BMW Z4 CONV., 66K Mi,
Absolutely Gorgeous! $14,988.
941-625-2141 GomanFarrly
2006 BMW Z4
$19,990
877-211-8054 DLR
2007 BMW 3351 black,
39,479 mi. $24,587 877-
219-9139 dir
2007 BMW 5301 4 dr, silver,
68,776 mi. $20,754 877-
219-9139 dir
2008 BMW 5351 nav, 4 dr,
gray, 58,110 mi. $26,635
877-219-9139 dir
2009 BMW 5351
34K $34,911
877-211-8054 DLR
2011 BMW 3281S 4 dr,
black, 21,465 mi. $28,745
877-219-9139 dir
HONDA
7160


1995 HONDA DEL SOL
Excellent! Fun Car. Great on
Gas! $3,500. 941-575-0690
1997 HONDA ACCORD,
Moon Roof, PW & PL!
$4,488. 941-639-1601, Dir.
2002 HONDA ACCORD LX,
4 dr, silver, 52,813 mi.
$9,875 877-219-9139 dir
2004 HONDA ACCORD EX,
4 dr, green, 86,671 mi.
$11,475 877-219-9139 dir
2004 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
4 dr, desert mist, 106,239 mi.
$9,475 877-219-9139 dir
2004 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
manual, blue, 48,140 mi.
$13,854 877-219-9139 dir
2004 HONDA ACCORD
white, 48,463 mi. $10,875
877-219-9139 dir
2004 HONDA CIVIC gray,
82,747 mi. $8,975 877-219-
9139 dir
2005 HONDA ACCORD LX,
4 dr, blue, 101,220 mi.
$9,875 877-219-9139 dir
2005 HONDA ACCORD LX,
4 dr, gold, 77,904 mi.
$11,985 877-219-9139 dir
2006 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
blue, 44,702 mi. $15,748
877-219-9139 dir
2006 HONDA CIVIC EX, 4 dr,
black, 158,963 mi. $7,950
877-219-9139 dir
2007 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
4 dr, blue, 32,005 mi.
$17,485 877-219-9139 dir
2007 HONDA CIVIC EX, 4 dr,
silver, 129,529 mi. $8,950
877-219-9139 dir
2007 HONDA S2000 yellow,
40,335 mi. $21,214 877-
219-9139 dir
2008 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
4 dr, green, 59,265 mi.
$16,874 877-219-9139 dir
2008 HONDA ACCORD EXL,
V6, 4 dr, 19,892 mi. $17,950
877-219-9139 dir
2008 HONDA CIVIC EX, 4 dr,
black, 68,460 mi. $10,950
877-219-9139 dir
2008 HONDA CIVIC SI, 2 dr,
manual, black, 54,833 mi.
$16,857 877-219-9139 dir
2009 HONDA ACCORD Cer-
tified EXL, 4 dr, white, 24,100
mi.$20,987 877-219-9139 dir


HONDA
7160


2009 HONDA ACCORD LX,
red, 43,827 mi. $14,785
877-219-9139 dir
2009 HONDA ACCORD sil-
ver, 41,992 mi. $19,875
877-219-9139 dir
2009 HONDA CIVIC LX, 4 dr,
silver, 7,785 mi. $14,785
877-219-9139 dir
2010 HONDA ACCORD Cer-
tified EXL, silver, 44,735 mi.
$24,950 877-219-9139 dir
2010 HONDA ACCORD Cer-
tified EXL, V6, 21,558 mi.
$20,457 877-219-9139 dir
2010 HONDA ACCORD Cer-
tified LX, 4 dr, blue, 18,751
mi.$16,875 877-219-9139 dir
2010 HONDA ACCORD LX,
4 dr, 28,642 mi. $16,485
877-219-9139 dir
2010 HONDA CIVIC white,
25,979 mi. $14,875 877-
219-9139 dir
2010 HONDA CROSSTOUR
EXL, sage, 39,932 mi.
$23,451 877-219-9139 dir
2010 HONDA FIT silver,
25,955 mi. $15,245 877-
219-9139 dir
2010 HONDA INSIGHT Certi-
fied hybrid, black, 49,369 mi.
$14,950 877-219-9139 dir
2011 HONDA CIVIC LX, 4 dr,
black, 24,401 mi. $15,847
877-219-9139 dir
2011 HONDA CIVIC LX,
urban titan, 29,699 mi.
$14,875 877-219-9139 dir
2012 HONDA CIVIC Certified
EX, 2 dr, red, 2,792 mi.
$18,754 877-219-9139 dir
2012 HONDA CIVIC Certified
EX, nav, white, 2,635 mi.
$19,950 877-219-9139 dir
2012 HONDA CIVIC white,
2,627 mi. $17,425 877-219-
9139 dir

5,339 mi. $17,985 877-219-
9139 dir
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HYUNDAI
S7163


2001 HYUNDAI ELANTRA
GLS, low mi, auto, a/c P.W.
clean $3950 941-833-2200dlr
2005 HYUNDAI ELANTRA
GLS, 4 dr, blue, 68,587 mi.
$7,985 877-219-9139 dir
2005 HYUNDAI ELANTRA
GLS, 4 dr, blue, 68,587 mi.
$7,985 877-219-9139 dir
2007 HYUNDAI TUCSON
4dr, 2wd, 76,900 miles, Ex
cond. Good on gas. Very
clean Sr. owned $8900.
941-697-8157 Priced
under blue book value.
2009 HYUNDAI ACCENT
hatchback, SE, white, 44,807
mi.$11,452 877-219-9139 dir
2009 HYUNDAI SANTA FE,
AWD, Mint Condition! $15,988
941-625-2141 Gorman Family
2010 HYUNDAI SONATA
white, 27,532 mi. $15,478
877-219-9139 dir
2011 HYUNDAI ELANTRA
$17,990
877-211-8054 DLR
2011 HYUNDAI SONATA
23K $23,990
877-211-8054 DLR
2011 HYUNDAI SONATA
GLS, 4 dr, white, 34,647 mi.
$17,895 877-219-9139 dir
2011 HYUNDAI SONATA
LTD, 4 dr, red, 6,472 mi.
$17,950 877-219-9139 dir
2011 HYUNDAI SONATA
LTD, 4 dr, white, 11,788 mi.
$20,950 877-219-9139 dir


0 INFINITI
L 7165T


2006 INFINITI M35
26K $22,990
877-211-8054 DLR
2009 INFINITI M35
26K $28,990
877-211-8054 DLR

S JAGUAR
7175




2003 JAGUAR S-TYPE
Immaculate! Topaz Metallic &
Cream Two Tone, Nay System,
Chrome Wheels, Sun Roof,
Cream Leather Interior, 74K
Miles, $9,800. 941-496-8580
2004 JAGUAR silver, loaded,
nice car, guaranteed credit
approval, $8950 941473-CARS
dir

KIA
7177


2011 KIA OPTIMA 4 dr, red,
15,447 mi. $24,895 877-
219-9139 dir

LEXUS
S7178


2001 LEXUS ES300, Only
60K Mi! Lthr, Loaded, Moon-
roof! $9,988. 941.6391601, Dir.
2002 LEXUS ES300
75K $12,990
877-211-8054 DLR
2002 LEXUS GS430 silver,
208,249 mi. $7,745 877-
219-9139 dir
2006 LEXUS GS300 4 dr, sil-
ver, 75,610 mi. $21,745
877-219-9139 dir
2009 LEXUS IS250 blue,
55,545 mi. $25,478 877-
219-9139 dir

MERCEDES
7190


1979 MERCEDES-BENZ
450SL Roadster Both Tops
70K $10,500 941-412-4411
2000 MERCEDES SL-500
Black w/ Both Tops. New
Tires. Good Cond! High Mi.
Make offer must sell 941457-1717
2001 MERCEDES-BENZ ,
E-320 Gold with Leather interi-
or. Very clean car., $8,500,
OBO 941-475-9689
2007 MERCEDES CLK550
20,000 MI $33,990
877-211-8054 DLR
2008 MERCEDES S550
BLACK $46,990
877-211-8054 DLR
2009 MERCEDES SLK300
$31,911
877-211-8054 DLR

MINI COOPER
S7192


2007 MINI COOPER
$12,911
877-211-8054 DLR


2012 MINI COOPER
RED 5K $29,990
877-211-8054 DLR
MITSUBISHI
7195


2008 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
SE, orange, 66,211 mi.
$12,950 877-219-9139 dir
2008 MITSUBISHI GALANT
ES, 4 dr, silver, 92,050 mi.
$7,845 877-219-9139 dir
2009 MITSUBISHI LANCER
4 dr, red, 50,810 mi. $9,950
877-219-9139 dir






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NISSAN
7200

2000 NISSAN MAXIMA
SE, power windows, seats, 4
dr, multi disc cd player, Bose
Sound Sys., sun roof and rear
spoiler, 86K mi, great cond.
$4,200 941-255-9304
2005 NISSAN 350Z
$22,990
877-211-8054 DLR
2007 NISSAN MAXIMA 3.5
SL, 4 dr, beige, 65,251 mi.
$16,875 877-219-9139 dlr
2008 NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5 S,
4 dr, green, 32,097 mi.
$14,575 877-219-9139 dlr

SClassified = Sales
2009 NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5 S,
4 dr, blue, 51,312 mi.
$14,448 877-219-9139 dlr
2009 NISSAN MAXIMA
305S, 4 dr, gray, 22,820
mi.$18,950 877-219-9139 dlr
2009 NISSAN MAXIMA SV
LOADED 16K $24,990
877-211-8054 DLR
2009 NISSAN MURANO, All Pwr.
Opt! Drop Dead Gcrgeous $14,998.
941-625-2141 GormanFanrly


SPORTS CARS
L 7205

2004 NISSAN 350Z CONV.,
Auto! Very Sexy! $16,988. 941-
625-2141 GomanFarl
2007 PORSCHE BOXSTER S
16K $29,990
877-211-8054 DLR
S SUZUKI
7208

2010 SUZUKI GRAND
VITARA Limited, 26,165 mi.
$18,456 877-219-9139 dlr
TOYOTA
7210

1997 TOYOTA COROLLA,
90K Miles! Auto, Power Pkg!
$4,988 941-639-1601, DIr.
1999 TOYOTA CAMRY gray,
66,487 mi. $6,457 877-219-
9139 dir
2002 TOYOTA ECHO, 47K,
clean, great mpg, guaranteed
credit app, $6850
941-473-CARS dir


TOYOTA
7210

2005 TOYOTA AVALON
gold/tan, 48,483 mi. $16,758
877-219-9139 dlr
2005 TOYOTA SOLARA
Red/Black Top Convertible
53K Miles Mint Cond. $13,900
865-437-9811
2006 TOYOTA AVALON
XLS, beige, 55,031 mi.
$16,253 877-219-9139 dlr
2007 TOYOTA CAMRY
$14,990
877-211-8054 DLR
2007 TOYOTA COROLLA
CE, 5 spd, blue, 32,946 mi.
$11,425 877-219-9139 dlr
2008 TOYOTA CAMRY
$16,990
877-211-8054 DLR
2008 TOYOTA CAMRY SE, 4
dr, red, 76,840 mi. $13,950
877-219-9139 dir
2009 TOYOTA AVALON LX,
4 dr, silver, 55,041 mi.
$18,754 877-219-9139 dlr

2009 TOYOTA CAMRY
HYBRID $15,990
877-211-8054 DLR


VOLKSWAGEN
lZ7220

2005 VW BEETLE CONV, Auto,
Loaded, Low Miles! $10,988.
941-625-2141 GomaniFamny
VOLVO
7230

1993 VOLVO Station
Wagon, Lumpy lump $595
941-480-0309 or 941-214-
0889
2006 VOLVO S40 2.5L,
turbo, 4 dr blue, 74,245 mi.
$12,547 877-219-9139 dlr
2006 VOLVO S60 white,
47,938 mi. $12,875 877-
219-9139 dir

COLLECTIBLES
7250

1967 CHEVY STEPSIDE
350, 7R transmission, many
extras $18,500 OBO
941-544-7644
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ANTIQUES/
COLLECTIBLES
7250

1971 VOLKSWAGEN BEE-
TLE Convertible, New top and
seats. Runs fine., $5,200,
OBO 941-330-7923
1975 CHEW EL CAMINO SS
Excellent condition, 400SB
Turbo 350, Like new
interior, low milage and
so much more. PRICE
REDUCED TO $13,900
941-661-2492

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7252

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ACCESSORIES
7270

"02" TOYOTA Sienna Tan
Leather Van Seats Like New
$200, OBO 941-764-1234
1970 CHEVELLE Alternator
61amp.#1100843. Exc. $50
10am to 8pm. 941-475-9333
1970 CHEVELLE window
felts New & excellent used
$35 941-475-9333
4SPORT RIMS+TIRES
P205/55R16 good cond $220
941-575-8229
70 CHEVELLE SS Both front
door windows. One new. $155
10a to 8p. 941-475-9333
8 LUG BRAKE ROTORS 4NEW
+PADS AND MORE DEAL!!!
$350, OBO 941-286-2385
'92 TOYOTA Camry Doors,
(No Door Panels) Buy ALL 4
$150 941-627-9466
BMW PARTS Head & Tail
Lights/Fuses/Filters & Misc
$200, OBO 941-429-8296
CHEVELLE 60'S/70'S rear
insulated speaker covers. $20
941-475-9333
CHEVY BB, 454, runs,
117,000 miles $499, OBO
330-327-1007
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AUTO PARTS/
ACCESSORIES
7270

COBRA CB Radio 29 XLR $25
941-286-5275
FOG LIGHTS Running Lights
off Nissan Xterra $199 404-
376-5041
HD CLASS 2 HITCH CURTf fits
Camry 99-06 no drill bolt on
$85, OBO 941-456-0053
MICKEY THOMPSON Valve
covers, sb Mopar, very nice
$80 941-286-5725
OEM SET Aluminum Wheels
off 2000 Lincoln LS W/Tires
$300, OBO 941-628-9028
ROOF RACK System inc.
crossbars, basket, luggage
bag w/zipper and net. $150
269-649-5563
SPARE TIRE 4.80/8 W/RIM &
TUBE WAS ON BARELL $30,
OBO 941-505-2292
TIRES- New take offs starting
@ $39.95 Installed & Balanced
Call for Inventory 941-639-5681
TIRES/RIMS 2000 Mustang
Rims with tires. 15" (Engle-
wood) $160 941-600-4250
VANS
7290


1998 DODGE CARAVAN
sport,only 76k handicap setup-
Nice $6450 941-833-2200dlr
2000 GMC SAVANA CON-
VERSION VAN, low-top, sharp,
tv, cd, new tires-battery, 90k
mi. $5950 obo 941-916-2467
2003 CHEW ASTRO red,
55,754 mi. $6,950 877-219-
9139 dir
2005 DODGE GRAND CAR-
AVAN exc cond, pwr, 88K mi,
I owner $6700 941-916-0187
2005 HANDICAP VAN
(T & C beautiful finish in Red)
w/Scooter and Lift. Every-
thing you need to be mobile.
$9,750 941-224-6031
2007 HONDA ODYSSEY
EXL, RES, white, 49,957 mi.
$20,966 877-219-9139 dlr
2009 HONDA ODYSSEY
$26,911
877-211-8054 DLR
2009 HONDA ODYSSEY
blue, 43,157 mi. $24,514
877-219-9139 dlr
2009 HONDA ODYSSEY
white, 75,016 mi. $20,758
877-219-9139 dir
2010 CHRYS. T & C TOURING,
Stow n Go!! Gorgeous! $17,988
941-625-2141 GanrrFarri
2010 HONDA ODYSSEY
Certified EX, blue, 31,581 mi.
$23,457 877-219-9139 dlr
2010 HONDA ODYSSEY
EXL, van, dvd, black, 33,626
mi.$27,485 877-219-9139 dlr
2011 DODGE GRAND CAR-
AVAN silver, 22,467 mi.
$18,957 877-219-9139 dlr
2011 HONDA ODYSSEY
$28,911
877-211-8054 DLR
2012 HONDA ODYSSEY
Certified EX, 13,427 mi.
$27,985 877-219-9139 dlr

TRUCKS/ PICK-UPS
S7300


PRO-POWER
AUTO SALES
(941)-627-8822
USED SATURN SALES
PARTS & SERVICE
"THE SATURN GUYS"
1997 GMC Sierra 1500
.................$2975
1992 CHEW 1500
short box...........$3,499
1997 GMC Sierra 1500
short box............$3,999
23440 Janice Ave.
Port Charlotte, FL 33980


TRUCKS/ PICK-UPS
7300


1994 CHEW 1500 Short
bed, Flareside V8, Starcraft
conversion, 90K miles
$5900 941-480-0309 or
941-214-0889
2001 CHEVY SILVERADO,
Extended Cab LT V8, Auto,
Cold AC $5950 941-480-
0309 or 941-214-0889
2001 DODGE RAM, 1500
Short bed, 90K miles, NICE
$5900 941-480-0309 or
941-214-0889
2002 CHEVY AVALANCHE
4X4, clean, runs and looks great,
financing avail. $9900
941473-CARS dir
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2002 CHEW S10
54K $8,998
877-211-8054 DLR
2002 FORD RANGER, A/C,
Bedliner! Nice Truck! $3,988.
941-639-1601, DIr.
2003 DODGE RAM clean, alloy
wheels, 5.7 Hemi, V8, financing
avail, $9900 941-473-CARS dir
2003 DODGE RAM, Short
bed, 6CYL Auto, 58K miles,
$6900 941-480-0309 or
941-214-0889
2004 CHEVY 1500 96K,
AUTO, A/C, LONG BED $6950
941-833-2200 dlr
2004 FORD EXCURSION 4x4
LTD, 3/4 Toing Macihne $14,988.
941-625-2141 GormanFamly
2005 DODGE RAM 2500,
diesel, flame red, 116K mi,
$15,000 941-224-3470
2005 FORD F-150 Extend-
ed Cab, 4x4 short bed.
$8900 941-480-0309 or
941-214-0889
2005 FORD RANGER red, nice
truck, clean, runs great, financing
avail. $8900 941473-CARS dir
2007 FORD F-150 STX
V8 Extended cab, 6ft step
bed, silver, 38k miles, mint
cond, 1 OWNER! $15,700
941-586-5028
2007 GMC SIERRA 1500
Denali, nav, silver, 103,000
mi.$22,415 877-219-9139 dlr
2007 GMC SIERRA 1500
SLE, 2WD, silver, 103,004 mi.
$15,748 877-219-9139 dlr
2008 GMC SIERRA 1500
SLE, 62,554 mi. $19,785
877-219-9139 dlr
2008 HONDA RIDGELINE
RTL, nav, black, 74,778 mi.
$19,875 877-219-9139 dlr
2008 HONDA RIDGELINE
RTL, white, 61,738 mi.
$21,451 877-219-9139 dlr
2010 DODGE RAM 1500
SLT, white, 43,801 mi.
$20,987 877-219-9139 dlr
2010 HONDA RIDGELINE
Certified RTS, silver, 11,630
mi.$26,875 877-219-9139 dir
2011 DODGE RAM 1500
white, 11,171 mi. $17,950
877-219-9139 dlr
2011 HONDA RIDGELINE
Certified RTL, black, 32,885
mi.$27,950 877-219-9139 dir
2011 HONDA RIDGELINE
Certified RTL, black, 32,885
mi.$27,850 877-219-9139 dir
2012 ISUZU NRR Box Truck,
1600 miles, excl cond, 20'
box, forklift rated, must see.
$48,000 941-505-1520
Mattas Motors
941-916-9222
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SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES I
7305

1999 FORD EXPLORER
XLT low mi, 4x4 clean! $3950
941-833-2200 dlr
2000 GMC JIMMY, 4x4, Auto,
Only 90K Miles!! $3,988. 941-
639-1601, DIr.
2002 HYUNDAI SANTA FE
ac, auto, pwr, 89K mi, $5,899
Pro Power Auto 941-627-8822
2003 GMC YUKON, 4x4,
Leather, Full Power, Dual AC!
$5,988 941-639-1601, DIr.
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VEHICLES
7305

2003 OLDS BRAVADA 2WD,
silver, 125,631 mi. $6,578
877-219-9139 dir
2004 CHRYSLER PACIFICA
blue, 89,897 mi. $8,875 877-
219-9139 dir


2004 FORD EXCURSION
Low Miles! Great Condition!
Private Owner. Cold AC,
Like New Tires. Very Clean!
$7,990. obo 941-505-9050
2004 VOLVO XC70
$11,988
877-211-8054 DLR
2005 HONDA ELEMENT
orange, 89,036 mi. $11,457
877-219-9139 dir


SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES
7305

2005 VW TOUAREG It blue,
34,788 mi. $14,950 877-
219-9139 dir
2006 GMC ENVOY gray,
101,307 mi. $11,875 877-
219-9139 dir
2006 HONDA PILOT EX,
green, 124,532 mi. $9,950
877-219-9139 dir
2006 HONDA PILOT EXL,
blue, 149,459 mi. $9,785
877-219-9139 dir
2006 HONDA PILOT EXL,
RES, silver, 107,003 mi.
$12,847 877-219-9139 dir
2006 NISSAN XTERRA
nice suv, absolutely clean,
financing available. $9900
941-473-CARS dir


SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES
7305

2007 CHEW TRAILBLAZER
SS, nay, dvd, black, 71,532
mi.$18,875 877-219-9139 dir
2007 CHRYSLER PACIFICA
Touring green, 70,735 mi.
$11,976 877-219-9139 dir
2007 HONDA CRV beige,
143,619 mi. $11,475 877-
219-9139 dir
2007 LEXUS RX350 nay,
bamboo, 79,128 mi. $18,542
877-219-9139 dir
2007 TOYOTA RUNNER
white, 50,089 mi. $24,578
877-219-9139 dir
2008 HONDA CRV EXL, sil-
ver, 59,599 mi. $18,745
877-219-9139 dir


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2009 HONDA CRV LX, silver,
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219-9139 dir
2009 KIA RONDO LX, blue,
58,502 mi. $12,478 877-
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29K LOADED $46,990
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2010 HONDA PILOT EX,
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2010 HONDA PILOT Touring,
blue, 72,563 mi. $26,758
877-219-9139 dlr
2010 JEEP COMMANDER
black, 49,218 mi. $18,957
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2010 VW TOUAREG white,
33,483 mi. $26,457 877-
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2011 DODGE DURANGO
Express, red, 21,975 mi.
$24,254 877-219-9139 dlr
2011 HONDA CRV EXL,
39,580 mi. $20,950 877-
219-9139 dir
2011 HONDA PILOT black,
26,598 mi. $28,759 877-
219-9139 dir
2011 MAZDA CX7 Touring,
van, black, 16,397 mi.
$22,547 877-219-9139 dlr
2012 HONDA CRV Certified
EXL, blue, 5,621 mi. $28,475
877-219-9139 dlr
2012 HONDA CRV Certified
EXL, RES, white, 9,049 mi.
$26,975 877-219-9139 dlr

BOATS-POWERED
7330


15'2" CLASSIC JET CRAFT
1996, Merc 120HP jet drive,
Mich boat $4,500 248-613-
8955


1 1~ UUIUblIUN WHALE
MONTAUK
"30th Anniversary Edition"
Original & Unmolested, fresh
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Cushion, Optional Stern Seat,
All Montauk Amenities, 100hp
Johnson, Fresh Service
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A 9 on a scale of 1-10
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115 MERC. JUST SERV., T/T,
2 BATTERIES, LIVE WELL, TAN-
DEM TRAILER SUPER CLEAN
$6,850 941-474-6806


BOATS-POWERED
7330


20 U BIA _,":.4 1.. IvrIn 1 .U
hp 4 stroke 130 hrs Garmin
electronics lift kept $55,000
508-294-4406


19' STRATOS :nterte :o r.:!e
90hp Johnson with T&T, SS
Prop. & a fresh annual service.
Galvanized Trailer, SS Bimini
Top, and huge live well. Great
Riding V Hull with plenty of
freeboard. this is a older boat
and motor (1995) in fantastic
condition $5,250, OBO Please
call John @ 941-830-2415


w/ trailer. Ctr console, Yama-
ha 130 2 stroke w/SS prop,
EC $6,900 941-626-4571 or
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22' BAYLINER with Cuddy
cabin. Volvo V6 engine with
250 hours. Includes trailer.
$3,500 OBO Come See!
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in Englewood


4 -9o Dt $ TLIIN n, c".lv'.' 1
300 HP, F/I, full cabin, lift kept,
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ter console, 90hp Mercury, 24' 6 BAJA 2007, 25 hrs,
ter console, 9hp Mercury, 6.2L Mercruiser, I/O, 320 HP,
arage kept, low hours, $35,000 941-697-5862
hinged trailer, will fit in garage.
$9,900 941-525-8930
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4 Stroke, 23 Original Hours!
$9,000. ALSO Collection of
Inshore Rods, Reels, Tackle, &
GPS. Best Offer. 941-575-0556


' ,nMrMrAnnA --ML tu,
Loaded, full canvas & screen-
ing, new engine 2009. Two
biminis, galley, enclosed head,
sleeps 4, fridge, inside stor-
age, galvanized trailer.
$20,500. (941)-493-8320


150 4 Stroke. 300 hrs. Jack 24' RAMPAGE EXPRESS
plate. Power pole, 24 V trolling 1987/2004 Inboard.
motor, batt. charger & Ameritrail- One Owner! Low Hours!
er w/swing hitch. Exc. shape. Well Equipped. Full Canvas.
$28,900. 941-639-6440 $10,000. 941-223-8929


HP Merc. Optimax SW low hrs
SS props full head RayNav C-120
VHF Exc cond. $39,500 941-
697-9254
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micro, refrig, glass top burn-
er,new flat tv w/dvd, arch
w/rod hldr, GPS, ele. windlass,
cockpit cover + camper can-
vas, 5.7 Volvo w/new outdrive.
No Brokers Please. $39,990.
941-637-0147


7/ 1urr.E. -'ocKet bruiser,
1986, 165 Volvo Diesel, Cus-
tom Interior, $49,000 919-
247-2482


27.6' 2000 TROPHY Walk-a-
round 225HP Merc. cuddy with
sink, burner & cooler, head/
macerator, water sys., dual
batteries, very good fishing
boat, bait well, lots of stor-
age, Reduced again $14,900.
$13,900. 941-698-5722.


28' MAKO 2001, Twin 225
Mercury Optimax, Saltwater
Series. Total Rebuilds on both
Engines Feb 2011 Port Eng. 80
hrs/. Starboard 20 hrs Feb
2012 has 12 mo warranty
10,500 Ib Triaxle trailer. Call for
list of Extras $34,900. Now
$29,900. 941-473-2150





29" 6" REGAL COM-
MODORE 2002 Twin 10
Radar, GPS, AC, Loaded.
$41,000 508-942-4600


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low hrs. Ext. Warranty 5 L
Engs. AC. Gen $89,00
$75,000 941-875-4852



32' WELLCRAFT MART-
INQUE '96, Twin 350's 420
Hrs. Sleeps. 1 Owner. Exc.
Cond! $33,500 614-736-0330


BOATS-POWERED
7330


17' YAMAHA Cobia center
console 2004, 90 HP with T
and T, well equip. $8,000
863-993-2180.
19' DOLPHIN center console
deep v hull only $600 941-
255-3202
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ISLANDER 13' Beam, Twin
Cummins 6BTA 5.9 250HP,
Full Electronics, Sleeps 4 in
2 Staterooms.Llift Kept Last 5
Yrs. $63,900. Call 941-639-
7941 or 239-849-1006.





34' 2001 BAYLINER MY
T/250 hp/Cummins diesels
(1000+ hrs.), thrusters,
CLEAN Well-equipped
Great Cond. Kept on a Lift.
Reduced! $87,000
941-697-0940
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40' DEFEVER TRAWLER
1980, twin diesel, new fiber-
glass decks, fuel tanks, water
tanks, $69-900 $59,000
231-218-9920


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rebuilt diesel Ford Lehman,
fiberglass hull. Full new tanks.
Asking $75,000. Call 941-
408-9572


BOATS-POWERED
7330


40' WELLCRAFI Coastal .-
Sportfish 2000 Twin 430 HP
Diesels, 8 KW Gen., Very com-
fortable clean, quality boat. 32' CATALINA 2003, 30 hp
Well maint. $195,000 941- Yammar, AC, heat, in mast furl-
697-5808 ing, 1 owner, $80,000. 941-
347-4670
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PERSONAL
WATER VEHICLES
7332


Live Your Dream! 15.5' beam,
diesel, live-aboard/cruiser. Exc
condition $115,000 Englwd
941-266-6321
Charlotte RV & Marine
Sales & Repairs
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Port Charlotte 941-883-5555
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36' 1998 CARVER Mariner
350, Twin Merc Cruisers, All
electronics, Shows like new.
$85.000 941-255-5311


18' Alum Canoe, 4 paddles,
car carrier, 2 back rests.
$300 Firm 625-5887
MISC. BOATS
7333


9' INFLATABLE typhoon dingy
2hp 4 stroke honda with trailer
V.G.C. $1,200 941-302-8101

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7334

5hp Mariner outboard, rctly
tuned, w/stand, 5 gal.ext
tank, ops manual, took kit
& flusher. $500 941-6393626
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Riptide, 12V 45LB Thrust, 36"
Shaft, Never Used, List $363
Sell $250 941-505-0541


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25'11" STANAS CRUISER
1988, V8, Ford 302 Call for
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7338

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941-697-3455
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941-662-6859
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14'X4' W UTILITY TRAILER
Singel Axel, All redone
Good for debris,
4 wheelers & bikes. $950
Jim 941-623-8779
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2012. Ramp Door, 10K Lb
Axles. $4,650. 941-204-4921
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4'X8' UTILITY Trailer Press-
treated floor/sides; spares
incl. $400 941-875-8968
CAR HAULER dual axle, w/
elec brakes, hidden ramps,
bulldog hitch, dovetail, all 4
tires has less than 10k miles,
with NO signs of drywrought
sales includes, new spare &
trailer lock security system,
trailer is in Very Good ready to
roll condition & priced for
quick sale! $1,500 OBO 305-
394-4966
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4X6, ideal for compact car
$875 941-493-0137
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941460-9700.
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941-979-1608.
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New- Pre-Owned Cargo- Utility
Trailers Parts Repairs-Tires
Welding 941- 575-2214.
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UTILITY TRAILER $350 941-
815-6127
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7360

1978 Suzuki GS1000 Clas-
sic Bike, Runs Good, work
done within last year, $1,500
OBO. Call 941-276-3543.
2005 HD Heritage softtail,
black & gold, 38K mi, good
cond. $10,800 941-255-2169
2007 KAWASKI MEAN
Streak, 1600cc, Mustang 2 up
seats, chrome, 16K miles
$5500 OBO 941-320-0685
2012 HD FLD Switchback,
103 motor, 1504 miles, per-
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stage. $1,750 941-637-9767

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2004 FLEETWOOD NIAGRA
24' Pop-Up Camper. Mint
Cond! Sleeps 8. Loaded w/
Extras! $6,700 941-223-4164








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Congratulations Again Cynthia from Don Randolph (Broker) and the rest of the Coldwell Banker
Sunstar Morris Realty Inc. Team.

Five Star Realty Congratulates Top Agents for Third Quarter 2012
PUNTA GORDA, Fla. Five Star Realty is proud to recognize top producing agents and
teams in their office for the third quarter 2012. The Helgemo Team was top producer in
sales and top lister for last quarter, while the Sigurdson Team was second top in sales and
also second top lister. The Storlie Team was third top producer in sales. For individual top
producers, Kelley Rubin was top producer in sales, and Dan Bussey was second top
producer in sales and third top lister. Carole Borgstrom was top lister, Judy Korenstra was
second top lister, and Lise Johnson was third top producer in sales.
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ERA ADVANTAGE
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ERA Advantage Realty, Inc. honors the following associates for their
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for Highest Dollar Volume as well as Highest Number of Home
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Advantage Realty, Inc. 901 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte, FL Walinchus St. Germain
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ML# Status Address Zip Code
T2481038 SLD 374 NW AZALEAAVE NW 33952
C7037210 SLD 21538 AUGUSTAAVE 33952
D5788589 SLD 659 WTARPON BLVDNW 33952
D5786344 SLD 7 QUAILS RUN BLVD# 11 34223
C7035498 SLD 135 REVERE STNW 33952
C7027518 SLD 3746 BROOKLYN AVE 33952
C7036538 SLD 4983 ESCALANTE DR 34287
C7037377 SLD 210WATERWAYCIRNE 33952
C7033949 SLD 2020WILLOWHAMMOCKCIR#105 33983
D5783779 SLD 306 PINE HOLLOW CIR# 306 34223
C7033326 SLD 22180 MONTROSE AVE 33952
C7036719 SLD 6175 RENTSCHERAVE 34291
A3959468 SLD 173 WATERSIDEST 33954
C7032602 SLD 5052 COLLINGSWOOD BLVD 33948
C7037449 SLD 23462 PATERA AVE 33980
C7036563 SLD 20151VENTURA AVE 33952
N5777284 SLD 12700XFORD DR 34223
C7033409 SLD 3310LOVELANDBLVD #2305 33980
A3963144 SLD 1486 AMNESTY DR 34288
C7037192 SLD 6374SCORPIOAVE 34287
C7035530 SLD 2397DORSEYDR 33983
C7033501 SLD 4898 ESCALANTE DR 34287
D5788052 SLD 22165 LITTLE FALLS AVE 33952
C7037463 SLD 2910GUADALUPEDR 33950
C7036752 SLD 2484TISHMAN AVE 34286
C7035553 SLD 5285 KEMPSON LN 33981
D5786262 SLD 2175 NORDENDALE BLVD 34288
U7556020 SLD 3655 LUBEC AVE 34287
C7036685 SLD 1524NOBLETER 33952
C7035463 SLD 4604SAN LUISTER 34286
D5788050 SLD 579 LAKEMONT AVE NW 33952
A3962514 SLD 1832 BRADDOCKAVE 34288
C7036048 SLD 3993 RAGENST 34287
A3962569 SLD 2432 JAMAICA ST 33980
A3963189 SLD 3634GIBLIN DR 34286
C7037198 SLD 461ZAMORA AVE 34287
C7036473 SLD 74005 BLUESAGE 33955
C7037232 SLD 3565IDLEWILDST 33980
C7033911 SLD 125BARREDRNW 33952
D5788586 SLD 960 GILLESPIE ST 34223
D5789534 SLD 13542 CHENILLE DR 33981
D5789553 SLD 14359 OVERLOOK AVE 33981
C7036609 SLD 2600COLONADE LN 34286
A3967826 SLD 2738 ROHRERST 34286
C7028500 SLD 4437MEAGERCIR 33948
C7026369 SLD 25793 AYSEN DR 33983
C7037183 SLD 1566DORCHESTERST 33952
C7035526 SLD 2708 SUNCOAST LAKES BLVD 33980
C7035269 SLD 25523 AYSEN DR 33983
C7021460 SLD 57 ORLANDO BLVD 33954
C7031929 SLD 25194 ROSAMOND CT 33983
C7036935 SLD 1233 NEAPOLITAN RD 33983
A3963308 SLD 14476 RACOAAVE 33953
C7036820 SLD 7357 SATSUMA DR 33955
C7035376 SLD 3959SAN ROCCODR# 322 33950
N5777550 SLD 26 BRIDGE ST 34223
D5788021 SLD 981OHIOAVE 34223
D5782204 SLD 5194COOPERTER 33981
C7036694 SLD 955 GENOACT 33950
D5788476 SLD 14080 HYDRANGEA AVE 33953
D5787702 SLD 55WILHELM DR 34223
C7034820 SLD 1609 MARIA ST 34223
D5787016 SLD 1932GREENLAWN DR 34223
C7034918 SLD 2346 MAGDALINA DR 33950
C7038034 SLD 78TROPICANA DR 33950
C7036712 SLD 1335THRASHERDR 33950
D5788328 SLD 1105BAYSHOREDR 34223


City
PORT CHARLOTTE
PORT CHARLOTTE
PORT CHARLOTTE
ENGLEWOOD
PORT CHARLOTTE
PORT CHARLOTTE
NORTH PORT
PORT CHARLOTTE
PUNTA GORDA
ENGLEWOOD
PORT CHARLOTTE
NORTH PORT
PORT CHARLOTTE
PORT CHARLOTTE
PUNTA GORDA
PORT CHARLOTTE
ENGLEWOOD
PUNTA GORDA
NORTH PORT
NORTH PORT
PUNTA GORDA
NORTH PORT
PORT CHARLOTTE
PUNTA GORDA
NORTH PORT
PORT CHARLOTTE
NORTH PORT
NORTH PORT
PORT CHARLOTTE
NORTH PORT
PORT CHARLOTTE
NORTH PORT
NORTH PORT
PUNTA GORDA
NORTH PORT
NORTH PORT
PUNTA GORDA
PORT CHARLOTTE
PORT CHARLOTTE
ENGLEWOOD
PORT CHARLOTTE
PORT CHARLOTTE
NORTH PORT
NORTH PORT
PORT CHARLOTTE
PUNTA GORDA
PORT CHARLOTTE
PUNTA GORDA
PUNTA GORDA
PORT CHARLOTTE
PUNTA GORDA
PUNTA GORDA
PORT CHARLOTTE
PUNTA GORDA
PUNTA GORDA
ENGLEWOOD
ENGLEWOOD
PORT CHARLOTTE
PUNTA GORDA
PORT CHARLOTTE
MANASOTA KEY
ENGLEWOOD
ENGLEWOOD
PUNTA GORDA
PUNTA GORDA
PUNTA GORDA
ENGLEWOOD


List Price
30,000
35,000
41,000
42,500
42,500
44,000
45,000
49,500
49,900
50,000
52,900
55,000
63,000
64,900
65,000
69,500
69,900
69,900
77,000
79,800
84,900
89,900
95,300
99,000
99,500
107,500
109,000
112,900
114,400
114,900
115,000
116,000
117,900
129,900
130,000
134,750
139,000
139,000
139,900
139,900
145,000
145,000
145,900
146,160
150,000
153,900
159,900
164,000
164,900
165,000
169,000
169,900
169,900
196,500
215,000
219,000
225,000
244,900
275,000
299,000
309,900
318,500
329,000
389,000
412,421
419,900
499,000


Pool Sold Price
N 30,100
N 32,500
38,000
40,000
35,777
N 42,000
47,500
45,000
38,500
N 50,000
52,000
92,500
N 52,500
62,000
60,500
N 72,500
69,900
67,500
N 70,000
78,000
79,000
79,000
85,000
92,500
97,000
105,000
104,000
118,545
98,000
113,000
112,000
106,000
102,000
122,000
130,000
114,000
130,000
128,000
127,000
132,750
145,000
145,000
132,900
130,500
Y 137,000
Y 158,046
150,000
130,000
160,000
N 130,000
165,000
167,500
140,000
180,000
N 207,500
209,000
205,000
Y 224,762
275,000
285,000
N 311,500
295,000
Y 300,000
375,000
412,421
395,000
450,000


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Property Style
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Condo
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Condo
Condo
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Condo
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Condo
Single Family Home
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Single Family Home
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SOUTH SARASOTA COUNTY -SOUTH SARASOTA COUNTY -COURTESY OF VENICE AREA BOARD OF REALTORS


ML# Status Address
C7033978 SLD 2201 PARK RD
A3965206 SLD 609VALENCIAST
N5777649 SLD 980 SVENICE BLVD
N5776279 SLD 638 BIRD BAY EDR# 109
D5788621 SLD 760AZURERD
A3962789 SLD 354 PATTERSON AVE
A3955039 SLD 1633 BANYAN Dr
A3961390 SLD 120WOODLAND PL#120
N5777769 SLD 391 EAIRPORTAVE#402
N5775724 SLD 404CERROMARNCIR#117
A3963343 SLD 1415 EVEREST RD
N5777730 SLD 519BRADENTON RD
A3959011 SLD 250 SOUTHAMPTON LN #265
N5777061 SLD 1401 ROOSEVELT DR
A3964679 SLD 1236WATERSIDELN
D5788548 SLD 333 FAREHAMDR
D5788788 SLD 851 PORPOISE RD
N5777102 SLD 120LPAVIABLVD#23
N5774202 SLD 567 MEADOW SWEET CIR
A3964860 SLD 530 BLUEBELL RD
A3957824 SLD 1439COLONYPL
A3959599 SLD 710MATLANDST
N5776956 SLD 109TORTUGADR
N5777932 SLD 2641 DAWN RD
N5775864 SLD 2077 MESIC HAMMOCK WAY
D5788836 SLD 1328PINEBROOKWAY
N5777427 SLD 5242 CANYONLANDWAY
N5777621 SLD 105TINAISLANDDR
C7036900 SLD 469 FIELDSTONE DR
A3967454 SLD 1106CIELOCT
M5822512 SLD 415 AUTUMN CHASE DR


Zip Code Subdivision Name List Price
34293 VENICE GROVES 34,900
34275 CITRUS HIGHLANDS 48,000
34293 SOUTH VENICE UNIT 74 89,900
34285 BIRD BAYV 92,900
34293 SOUTH VENICE UNIT 9 94,900
34229 OSPREY PARK 2 96,900
34293 Venice Gardens 99,000
34229 PINE RUN II 99,500
34285 GLENWOOD MNR 99,900
34293 WESTCHESTER GDNS ATTHE PLANTATION 109,000
34293 SOUTH VENICE UNIT 28 109,900
34293 SOUTH VENICE UNIT 62 129,000
34293 MYRTLE TRACE AT PLAN 140,000
34293 GULFVIEW ESTS UNIT 1 144,500
34285 PINEBROOK SOUTH UNIT 3 149,900
34293 FAIRWAYVLG PH 2 169,900
34293 SOUTH VENICE UNIT 6 169,999
34292 TUSCANY LAKE 175,000
34229 RIVENDELL UNIT 1 175,000
34293 SOUTH VENICE UNIT 43 178,000
34292 COLONY PLACE OF WATERFORD 184,900
34275 MARLAND COURT UNIT 2 189,900
34275 SORRENTO CAY 197,000
34293 SOUTH VENICE UNIT 46 199,900
34292 STONEYBROOK AT VENICE UNIT 2 209,000
34285 PINEBROOK SOUTH UNIT 3 209,900
34293 VENTURAVLG UNIT 2 213,962
34229 SORRENTO SHORES UNIT 3 259,000
34292 VENICE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB UNIT 3A3 269,900
34275 WILLOW CHASE 312,500
34292 VENICE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB UNIT 2D 320,000


Pool Sold Price
32,000
48,510
89,900
N 90,000
N 100,000
92,000
N 81,900
98,000
94,000
102,500
91,580
122,500
N 130,000
137,000
137,500
155,900
N 146,000
168,000
N 176,000
178,000
178,500
190,000
182,500
180,000
200,000
185,000
208,962
220,000
261,000
312,500
Y 320,000


BE FB HB
2 1 0
2 1 0
2 1 0
2 2 0
3 2 0
2 1 0
3 2 0
2 2 0
2 2 0
2 2 0
3 2 0
2 2 0
2 2 0
2 2 0
2 2 0
3 2 0
3 2 0
3 2 0
3 2 0
3 2 0
2 2 0
3 2 0
3 2 1
3 2 0
3 2 0
3 2 0
3 2 0
2 2 0
3 3 1
2 2 0
4 3 0
430


Property Style
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Condo
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Condo
Condo
Condo
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Condo
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Condo
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home


Sold Terms
All Cash
All Cash
All Cash
All Cash
New Conventional
All Cash
New FHA
All Cash
All Cash
New Conventional
All Cash
All Cash
All Cash
All Cash


Sold Date
10/17/2012
10/16/2012
10/18/2012
10/15/2012
10/15/2012
10/19/2012
10/19/2012
10/19/2012
10/19/2012
10/19/2012
10/15/2012
10/17/2012
10/19/2012
10/17/2012


New Conventional 10/18/2012
New Conventional 10/19/2012
All Cash 10/19/2012
All Cash 10/15/2012
All Cash 10/16/2012
NewVA 10/15/2012
New Conventional 10/17/2012
New FHA 10/15/2012
New Conventional 10/19/2012
All Cash 10/19/2012
New Conventional 10/18/2012
All Cash 10/17/2012
All Cash 10/19/2012
All Cash 10/19/2012
All Cash 10/17/2012
New Conventional 10/18/2012
New Conventional 10/16/2012


Sold Terms
All Cash
All Cash
All Cash
All Cash
All Cash
All Cash
All Cash
All Cash
All Cash
All Cash
All Cash
All Cash
All Cash
All Cash
All Cash
New FHA
New Private
All Cash
All Cash
New Conventional
All Cash
All Cash
New Conventional
New Private
New Conventional
New Conventional
All Cash
New FHA
All Cash
New Conventional
New Conventional
All Cash
All Cash
All Cash
All Cash
All Cash
All Cash
All Cash
New Conventional
New Conventional
All Cash
All Cash
New FHA
Other
New Conventional
New Conventional
All Cash
New FHA
New FHA
New Conventional
New Conventional
New Conventional
New FHA
All Cash
New Conventional
NewVA
All Cash
New Conventional
All Cash
New Conventional
New Conventional
New Conventional
All Cash
New Conventional
All Cash
New Conventional
All Cash


Sold Date
10/22/12
10/19/12
10/18/12
10/18/12
10/24/12
10/19/12
10/19/12
10/22/12
10/22/12
10/19/12
10/24/12
10/19/12
10/24/12
10/19/12
10/23/12
10/19/12
10/19/12
10/22/12
10/19/12
10/22/12
10/18/12
10/18/12
10/19/12
10/19/12
10/23/12
10/18/12
10/19/12
10/18/12
10/19/12
10/22/12
10/18/12
10/19/12
10/22/12
10/22/12
10/22/12
10/24/12
10/24/12
10/18/12
10/24/12
10/22/12
10/22/12
10/23/12
10/22/12
10/24/12
10/19/12
10/24/12
10/18/12
10/19/12
10/24/12
10/19/12
10/24/12
10/19/12
10/23/12
10/19/12
10/22/12
10/18/12
10/22/12
10/19/12
10/24/12
10/23/12
10/19/12
10/24/12
10/22/12
10/18/12
10/24/12
10/19/12
10/19/12


LP/SqFt
24.88
43.53
38.03
65.69
39.28
48.57
34.17
51.78
63.32
44.96
67.47
34.16
48.13
71.16
36.85
61.4
91.02
66.95
50.16
63.99
71.46
48.57
66.88
66.94
80.18
78.93
57.58
58.96
101.42
68.72
85.88
81.81
69.03
70.33
81.05
86.99
82.79
82.25
90.49
78.42
69.05
69.05
90.56
67.92
90.31
73.88
74.72
74.11
73.48
87.95
72.84
76.88
80.14
103.15
90.22
117.62
138.29
161.54
143.6
135.17
359.1
161.1
135.78
190.97
158.62
182.01
245.57


LP/SP Ratio
100.33
92.86
92.68
94.12
84.18
95.45
105.56
90.91
77.15
100
98.3
168.18
83.33
95.53
93.08
104.32
100
96.57
90.91
97.74
93.05
87.88
89.19
93.43
97.49
97.67
95.41
105
85.66
98.35
97.39
91.38
86.51
93.92
100
84.6
93.53
92.09
90.78
94.89
100
100
91.09
89.29
91.33
102.69
93.81
79.27
97.03
78.79
97.63
98.59
82.4
91.6
96.51
95.43
91.11
91.78
100
95.32
100.52
92.62
91.19
96.4
100
94.07
90.18


LP/SqFt
41.06
55.56
70.96
104.62
59.05
72.1
55.12
75.09
109.9
107.28
87.36
86.23
87.94
103.07
118.59
107.6
86.29
119.29
123.67
118.75
87.76
88.78
131.25
109.59
102.7
108.48
118.6
202.03
103.69
145.42
112.32


LP/SP Ratio
91.69
101.06
100
96.88
105.37
94.94
82.73
98.49
94.09
94.04
83.33
94.96
92.86
94.81
91.73
91.76
85.88
96
100.57
100
96.54
100.05
92.64
90.05
95.69
88.14
97.66
84.94
96.7
100
100






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located in Arcadia @
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CEDAR GROVE IN THE
WOODLANDS N. PORT.
SHORT SALE 3/2/2 MOVE IN
CONDITION CITY WATER&SEWER,
BIG PACKAGE SMALL PRICE.
$121,900
CARON REALTY, INC.
941-925-3300
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home with 1917 sq ft and
built 2005 on quiet
cul-de-sac with greenbelt
view. Quick close possible!
LOW Price $154,900
Michelle Brisendine, Realtor
GRI (941) 889-8721 or
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ENGLEWOOD
2/2 Placida Rd. #225..$68,00C
VENICE
3/2.5 Tempest Harbor
Loop.....$155,700
3/2 N Cypress Pt
D.....$188,640
NORTH PORT
3/2 Bessemer Ave.....$110,000
4/2 Luther Ave............$130,000
PORT CHARLOTTE
2/1.5 Barre Dr.......$43,415
2/2 Yucatan Cir.......$46,000
2/2 Rebecca Ave...$47,000
3/2 Sunrise Trail.....$62,000
PUNTA GORDA
3/2 Sunset Blvd. E........$55,000
3/2 Buttonwood PI.....$200,100
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Gulf access waterfront
3/2 2006 furnished $134,500
CALL for COMMUNITY-WIDE
OPEN HOUSE dates.
Harbor Cove Realty
941-426-0666
www.myharborcove.com


Open House Sun Oct 28 1-4
VENICE 522 Cedarwood Ln.
Nice & Bright, large 2/2,
1938 sqft, open floor plan,
Very well maintained & many
updates. Private Backyard with
a lake view, pool & spa.
Adjacent to a greenspace area
and a walk/bike path
$245,000 FSBO
941-685-0659 or 941-685-1130






PORT CHARLOTTE
Beautifully maintained 3/2/2
with storm shutters all
around in great neighbor-
hood near shopping and
restaurants!! $135,000
June Poliachik, Realtor, SFR
Sun Realt 941-916-0100

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PORT CHARLOTTE
FRESH WATER CANAL
1133 Kensington St.,
Off Peachland. Solar heated
pool, Fero Built, new kitchen
$149,900 FSBO
941-255-9074






ROTONDA WEST
249 Rotonda Blvd North
3/2/2 Oversized lot, Many
upgrades Immaculate!
$194,500 941-697-1497


rUlN IA L AUKUA Kemoaelea
2/2/2 pool home with dock-
age for 65' plus sailboat,
depth maintained by city,
dead end street in restricted
neighborhood. REDUCED!
$189,900 By Owner
941-276-3581
or rfrog@hotmail.com
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Call 941-206-1200

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BEAUTIFUL 3/2/3
Waterfront home
on seawalled lot
with Gulf access.
Heated salt water pool,
covered boat lift
w/trek deck.
Extra 80'x125' lot.
MUST SEE!!
Just Reduced $349,000
In South Gulf Cove
Port Charlotte
941-828-8820


VENICE 3.2.2, LAKE VIEW,
DIRECT ACCESS TO POOL,
TENNIS CRT, SHUFFLE
BRD, 55+, GREAT LOCA-
TION. $155,000.
CALL GEN: 941-228-4571.


VENICE For Sale By Owner
Split 3/2/2, fam rm, volume
ceil, dbl dr entry, paver patio,
ext driveway for boat, Com.
boat ramp-beach/Gulf access
$249,900, 941-504-2414






VENICE- STONEWALK
3/2/3+/den w/pool & FP.
2yrs young.
Nearly 1/2 acre. Lake &
preserve views. 2376sq ft
$459,000 by owner
941-493-6140

WATERFRONT
HOMES 1030


Condo. Spectacular views of
Lemon Bay! 2br plus den,
2&1/2 baths 1700 sq ft
Boat dock included $475,000
Call Phyllis Wright/Key Realty
941-716-7015


PUNTA GORDA ISLES
Sailboat Water, 2100+sq ft
pool home, elegantly updated
$438,000 C7036484
Call Pat Walker
941-276-4674
RE/MAX Anchor Realty


AREA PROPERTY TRANSFERS CONTINUED


626 PAGET CT
14041 BELLAGIO WAY# 314
44 BISHOPSCOURT RD #112
1411 SOUTHBAY DR
415 WELLINGTON CT
5046 BELLA TERRA DR
401 ARBORVIEW LN
931 CIRCLE DR
416 CASEY KEY RD
328 PARKDALE DR
321 DULMER DR


34293
34229
34229
34229
34292
34293
34292
34285
34275
34285
34275


PLANTATION UNIT 1
VILLAS AT BELLAGIO HARBOR VLG
BISHOPSCOURTTOWNHOME 1
SOUTHBAYYACHT AND RACQUET CLUB
VENICE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB UNIT 2B
VENETIA REPLAT
SAWGRASS UNIT 4
GULF SHORES UNIT 4
CASEY KEY
BAYSHORE ESTS
SHORE OAKS


329,990
350,000
350,000
359,900
385,000
419,900
449,000
499,900
525,000
574,900
624,000


300,000
310,000
270,000
Y 330,000
Y 365,000
400,000
405,000
Y 460,000
500,000
550,000
600,000


Single Family Home
Condo
Condo
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home


ENGLEWOOD COURTESY OF ENGLEWOOD AREA BOARD OF REALTORS


ML# Status Address
D5788914 SLD 2871WATERSIDE DR
D5786344 SLD 7 QUAILS RUN BLVD #11
D5783779 SLD 306 PINE HOLLOW CIR# 306
D5786431 SLD 6321 PARTRIDGE AVE
D5786433 SLD 1332 FLAMINGO DR
D5786995 SLD 68 INDIGO BLVD
N5777284 SLD 1270OXFORDDR
C7036848 SLD 9148 SHORT ST
D5788583 SLD 6800PLACIDARD # 247
D5788852 SLD 3323 BLUE JAY LN
D5788248 SLD 10191 WILLOWOOD AVE
D5787733 SLD 6610 GASPARILLA PINES #107
C7036507 SLD 101 NATURES WAY #1206
D5786693 SLD 1201JEFFERSONDR
C7035553 SLD 5285 KEMPSON LN
D5788820 SLD 169 ROTONDACIR
D5788916 SLD 8406 NIGHTHAWK DR
D5788074 SLD 7448 MEMORIAL DR
N5777615 SLD 10363ALEXANDRIAAVE
D5788679 SLD 241 BUNKER RD
D5784518 SLD 8411PLACIDARD# 201
D5788223 SLD 10COCKPITLN
C7032529 SLD 10BEACONDR
C7034414 SLD 273 ROTONDA BLVD E
D5787849 SLD 104JENNIFERDR
N5777550 SLD 26 BRIDGE ST
D5782204 SLD 5194COOPERTER
D5788037 SLD 9352 LITTLE GASPARILLA IS
D5787702 SLD 55WILHELMDR


Zip Code
34224
34223
34223
34224
34224
34224
34223
34224
34224
34224
34224
34224
33947
34224
33981
33947
34224
33981
34224
33947
33946
33946
33946
33947
33947
34223
33981
33946
34223


D5788217 SLD 11180HACIENDADELMAR#C305 33946
D5788328 SLD 1105BAYSHOREDR 34223


City
ENGLEWOOD
ENGLEWOOD
ENGLEWOOD
ENGLEWOOD
ENGLEWOOD
ENGLEWOOD
ENGLEWOOD
ENGLEWOOD
ENGLEWOOD
ENGLEWOOD
ENGLEWOOD
ENGLEWOOD
ROTONDA WEST
ENGLEWOOD
PORT CHARLOTTE
ROTONDA WEST
ENGLEWOOD
PORT CHARLOTTE
ENGLEWOOD
ROTONDA WEST
PLACIDA
PLACIDA
PLACIDA
ROTONDA WEST
ROTONDA WEST
ENGLEWOOD
PORT CHARLOTTE
PLACIDA
MANASOTA KEY
PLACIDA
ENGLEWOOD


List Price
35,000
42,500
50,000
57,000
59,900
69,900
69,900
71,000
74,500
79,900
88,000
94,900
99,900
100,000
107,500
110,000
119,900
129,900
145,000
149,900
159,000
159,000
159,900
185,000
199,990
219,000
244,900
279,000
309,900
325,000
499,000


Pool Sold Price
26,000
40,000
N 50,000
50,000
55,000
66,000
69,900
65,000
69,500
75,000
82,500
89,000
96,000
90,000
105,000
100,000
115,000
123,000
139,000
145,900
N 128,900
159,000
152,000
195,500
179,000
209,000
Y 224,762
275,000
N 311,500
287,000
450,000


Property Style Sold Terms
Manufactured/Mobile Home All Cash
Condo All Cash
Condo All Cash
Manufactured/Mobile Home All Cash
Manufactured/Mobile Home All Cash
Manufactured/Mobile Home All Cash
Single Family Home New Private
Single Family Home All Cash
Condo New Conventional
Manufactured/Mobile Home All Cash
Single Family Home New Private
Condo All Cash
Condo All Cash
Single Family Home All Cash
Single Family Home New Conventional
Single Family Home New Conventional
Manufactured/Mobile Home All Cash


Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Condo
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Single Family Home
Condo
Single Family Home


All Cash
New Conventional
All Cash
All Cash
New FHA
All Cash
New Conventional
All Cash
New VA
New Conventional
All Cash
New Conventional
All Cash
All Cash


Sold Date SP/SqFt LP/SP Ratio


10/18/12
10/18/12
10/19/12
10/15/12
10/17/12
10/15/12
10/19/12
10/19/12
10/15/12
10/19/12
10/19/12
10/15/12
10/17/12
10/15/12
10/18/12
10/17/12
10/18/12
10/16/12
10/18/12
10/15/12
10/15/12
10/18/12
10/16/12
10/15/12
10/15/12
10/18/12
10/19/12
10/18/12
10/19/12
10/19/12
10/19/12


39.39
61.82
44.96
52.08
57.29
62.5
91.02
39.51
63.64
70.09
58.39
72.36
62.95
41.98
77.09
57.97
77.7
87.42
81.1
75.91
101.34
79.46
75.77
102.14
94.71
112.24
148.26
350.77
360.95
170.63
221.46


74.29
94.12
100
87.72
91.82
94.42
100
91.55
93.29
93.87
93.75
93.78
96.1
90
97.67
90.91
95.91
94.69
95.86
97.33
81.07
100
95.06
105.68
89.5
95.43
91.78
98.57
100.52
88.31
90.18


N5776794
A3963305
A3966138
A3963453
N5770643
A3964706
N5778029
N5774435
N5777541
N5777699
A3965337


New Conventional
All Cash
All Cash
New Conventional
New Conventional
New VA
New Conventional
New Conventional
All Cash
All Cash
All Cash


10/19/2012
10/16/2012
10/15/2012
10/19/2012
10/17/2012
10/17/2012
10/15/2012
10/15/2012
10/19/2012
10/18/2012
10/19/2012


113.83
194.55
185.19
177.64
135.52
138.67
188.5
245.53
730.18
249.96
204.59






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FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE
1040 1090 1090 1090


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COV. PARKING. NEAR SHOPS
AND BEACH. $105,000.
773-517-1745

ONLY 730
CONDOS, VILLAS, HOUSES
IN VENICE, FLAVAIABLE
(Venice MLS 10/24/12)
Here is a sample of Inventory:
352 Bird Bay Cir. $184,900
211/744 White Pine Tree Rd. $115,000
860 Chatham Dr. $139,000
202/744 White Pine Tree $109,900
103/634 Bird Bay Dr. E. SOLD
1204 Bird Bay Way $185,000
1098 Bird Bay Way $117,700
639 Bird Bay Cir, furn. $89,900
688 White Pine Tree Rd. SOLD
643 White Pine Tree Rd $113,000
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$94,500 @ 211 C Garvin St.
Punta Gorda Isles 2/2 on
2nd floor, furnishing's included
Updated kitchen & appliances,
2 lanai's, clubhouse/heated
pool, short walk to
Fisherman's village. Owner
513-917-7880 will show


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MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE
1090


39,995!
Just bring your toothbrush!
Squeaky clean 2/2
modern sectional, year round
lanai, shade/privacy,
completely furnished, beautiful
5 star senior community.
Call Mike 941-356-5308
www.riversideoaksflorida.com






5 Star Retirement Golf
Course Community
Quality home. 2-3/2, over
1.500 SF. Owner must sell.
59,995 Call Karen Now!
419-356-6825



Palm Harbor Homes
Red Tag Sale. Over 10
Stock Units Must Go. New
Homes Start at $39,900
800-622-2832 ext 210


PUNTA GORDA 2/2 with
carport, in adult park, 1700
sq ft, Pet Friendly, handy-
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supermarkets, health food
stores and even gas station
quick marts. The appetite
for these "alternative cures"
has created a $5.2 billion
market for everything
from aloe vera to Zingiber
officinale (that's ginger).
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coming out of your wallet,
you owe it to yourself to
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which are safe, smart and
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duds. Both types show
up on the latest list of top
sellers. You want to be sure
you've got a winner.
Best picks? According
to our favorite herbal
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following popular herbs
are generally safe and have
some scientific backing as
effective remedies:
Turmeric (the yellow in
yellow mustard) for easing
inflammation of ulcerative
colitis in conjunction with
standard medications.
Aloe vera cream for
healing mild skin bums (it
may work better than some
prescription preparations).
Saw palmetto for
benign prostatic hyperpla-
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hormones that makes a
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Garlic to help control
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We already mentioned our
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the National Center for
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and are wary of products
coming from overseas after
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about contamination
in imported remedies
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nized drugs being added in
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Young Peeping Tom must

face stronger consequences
DEAR ABBY: I'm a
20-year-old female with
five younger brothers and
sisters. My 18-year-old
sister is my biological
sister, while my youngest
four siblings are adopted.
At the beginning of
the year I discovered
my 14-year-old brother
has been peeping on my Dear Abby
sister. When my parents
found out, they sent him DEAR TORN: Yes, it's
to counseling, but my too early to be fighting
sister is still pretty scarred this way. It was also
from it.
from it. way too early to start
Today, when I was in living together. Couples
the bathroom, I realized counseling may help
my brother was peeping you and Carl resolve
at me through a hole in your issues but only if
the wall. I feel extremely he is willing to work on
violated, but because he them as you are. If that
is only 14, I don't know isn't the case, you should
what to do. How can we
what to do. How can we move on quickly, before
get him to stop, and how your son forms an even
can my sister and I feel stronger attachment. At
comfortable in our house
this point, it can be done
again? SCARED OF MY without the expense of a
BROTHER THE PEEPER lawyer.
DEAR SCARED: YouAR ABBY My mo
and your sister should be pays me $3 a week to do
able to feel comfortable in chores around the house.
your own home. Tell your I take out the garbage, do
parents that the counsel- the dishes, vacuum and
ing your brother received d
set the table every night.
hasn't worked, then show I'm frustrated that I'm
them the hole he has
thbeen peepg through, being paid such a small
amount for doing a ton of
Clearly, whatever conse- work.
quences there were for his work.
thewere I told her I'm on "strike"
actions the first time were 'm tired of being
not enough to discourage and I'm tired of bene
his behavior. Your sister her slave. Whenever I
may need counseling to mention getting a raise,
get beyond it. she claims she'll talk to
The hole should be my dad about it but
repaired and until it is, she never does! How
tape a small mirror over it do I get paid more? -
so that if he tries to peep SINCERELY, LAUREN
again, all he will see is his DEAR LAUREN: If your
own eyeball. And tell your father is the source of
sister to do the same. the money, then don't
DEAR ABBY: My depend on your mother
boyfriend, "Carl," and I to intercede for you. Talk
have been together for six to him yourself. And
months. We're both 29. We when you do, be prepared
live together, work for the to tell him what a good
same employer and each job you have been doing
have one child. and that you would be
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constantly. We fight about more responsibilities for
the kids, money, chores, a little more compensa-
etc. The smallest thing can tion. Consider it your
turn into a major battle. first lesson in the art of
Do you think it's too early negotiation.
to be fighting so much? Dear Abby is written by
I feel obligated to make Abigail Van Buren, also
it work because my son's known as Jeanne Phillips,
father and I broke up be- and was founded by her
fore he was born, and he mother, Pauline Phillips.
has now become attached Write Dear Abby at www.
to Carl and his daughter. DearAbby.com or PO. Box
Please help! TORN IN 69440, Los Angeles, CA
TORRANCE, CALIE 90069.



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likewise perish." Luke 13:3.
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to scare it back with a stick.
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unglamorous work that needs doing, and unfor-
tunately, the responsibility is all yours. Try taking it
in 10-minute chunks. Ifyou only spend 10 minutes
every hour for six hours, it will nearly be finished.
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than to shortchange discourse by leaving too much will seem difficult and possibly even fruitless. Still, conflict in your foreseeable future, except perhaps entirely valid complaint, and yet expressing it will
information out. you're better off for the attemptto organize your between warring factions of your own belief only put a damper on the group dynamic. Consider
CANCER (June 22-July 22). Itfeels like you're the efforts. Avoid trying to organize others, though. system. presenting this grievance in the form of a solution.
creator of your own show and the other actors are LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).You've let go of petty CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.19). You're the most TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (Oct. 27). You'll have much
reading directly from the script you wrote for them grievances, and now there's room for more sunshine committed person you know right now.Your play to be proud of.Your astute observations will be
- except when they go"off script." to stream in. You deserve good things to happen. today deserves at least as much attention as your instrumental to an improvement that affects many
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You love the people who Pleasant and harmonious hours stretch before you. workdid yesterday. people before the end of the year. Seekquality en-
make you laugh, but you don't always like all of SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21).With the sun now full AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Rationalizations are tertainment and company in November. December
their jokes. Crossing the line is always a danger steam ahead in your sign, you are an unstoppable a normal part of human brain function, designed brings romance. You'll shift to new interests and
with humor, especially if said humor is a bit on the force of nature.Yes, your task list is lengthy. But the to ease the anxiety caused by ideas that don't mesh studies in March. Aries and Leo people adore you.


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The bidding has proceeded:
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1A Pass 1NT Pass
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Q 4 Both vulnerable, as South, you
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1 Feliciano or
Ferrer
5 Fix up an old
house
10 Mendicant's
shout
14 "Rag Mop"
brothers
15 Coeur d'-,
Idaho
16 Mighty deed
17 Antony the
Roman (var.)
18 About, date-
wise
19 Heyerdahl book
-Hiva"
20 Coffee break
22 Plundered
24 "The Bells" poet
25 Cake decorator
26 "1984" author
29 Critter
33 Stuck in the
mud
34 Move like a
butterfly
36 "The," to
Wolfgang
37 Kind of trip
38 Paper toys
39 Ecol. watchdog
40 Ike's rank
41 Comes to a halt
42 Newton of
physics
44 Math course


47 Aloud
48 String instr.
49 Tongues do it
50 Parade sights
53 Spring flowers
58 Fork site
59 Give the slip
61 Border on
62 Workout result
63 Zenith opposite
64 "Fancy" singer
65 Clonk
66 Levels off
67 Wagon pullers

DOWN
1 Lintel
companion
2 "A jug of wine
..." poet
3 Dry and
withered
4 Fugitive
5 Biologist-
Carson
6 Abel or
Nadelman
7 Monsieur, in
Bonn
8 Mandela's org.
9 Pandas
10 Declare true
11 Clue
12 Jane, to Tarzan
13 Small earring
21 Related
23 Lingus
25 Wall climbers


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HOMES FOR SALE
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950 RIDGEWOOD AVE
VENICE, FL 34285






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HOMES
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CUSTOM BUILT 1288SF LOG
CABIN ON 1.72 ACS ONLY
$89,900. PVT WOODED SET-
TING, COVERED PORCHES,
CATHEDRAL CEILINGS, PAVED
ACCESS AND EASY TO
FINISH. 828-286-1666

HOMES FOR RENT
1210


2 Almost NEW
3 BR HOMES With Pool
Rent, Purchase, Lease Purchase.
Granite counters, ceramic tile,
vaulted ceilings, Ig Mstr Suite,
caged pool, paver brick
lanai/pool deck, split BR plan,
bright, open...$1100-$1300
mo (1st, Last & Sec for rent)
Lora Keller, Century 21 Aztec &
Assoc Call 941-505-1519



1/1, First Floor Apt., NP $500
2/2/2 Deep Creek Villa $800
3/2/cptw/Large Pool, PC $900
3/2/2 w lanai, DC $1000
3/2/2 Lakeside Plantation$1100
Full property list available online
www.almar-rentals.com
941-627-1465
800-964-3095
We have Qualified Tenants
for Your Rental Property
ARCADIA, Newy Renovated 4
Bdrm, 1.5 Bath House on Spa-
cious 1.5 Acres. $900 mo.
Non Smokers Only.
813-493-7017
DEEP CREEK 3/2/2
w/family rm split plan, walk-in
closets, /S sm pets OK.
$975/mo. 941-302-3749


HOMES FOR RENT HOMES FOR RENT
1210 L 1210


ADORABLE 2/2
BUNGALOW/COTTAGE
off Riverside Dr in Punta Gorda
near River, boat ramp, Hwy
17, etc. $595/mo (+$20/
mo for Water, First & $695
Security) 8003 Hillman Ave.
Drive by First & call only if seri-
ous. Lora or Adam Keller 941-
505-1519. Owner is realtor.
AFFORDABLE HOUSING!!
N. Port & Pt. Charlotte
4br/2ba/2cg Homes
N.P. 2br/lba Apts



*On Selected single family
homesNow Open Mon- Fri
8-4 Sat By appt only
Calusa Springs Homes
(941) 613-1469

AWARD WINNING
SUNBELT MGT.
SERVICES
*RENTALS*
3/2/1 Laminate &
Tile Floors, Edgewater
Dr., P.C. $700/mo
3/2 Lanai, 2500
under Air, Peachland
Ave., P.C. $1,300/mo

*we welcome new listings*
COMPLETE LISTINGS
(941)764-7777
sunbeltmgtservices.com


ENGLEWOOD
41313 Pool 4000 sq ft,
lawn & pool serve ind $1900
31212 Rotonda pool $1050
312 E. engl lanai pet ok $850
212 Condo quiet area $600
211 Duplex E. Eng $575
1/1/cpWtr/sewer inc.$520

West Coast Property
Mgmt 941-473-0718
www.rentalsflorida.net

ANNUAL & SEASONAL
RENTALS
Call The Pineapple Girls
941-473-0333
Pineapple Gulf Prop. Mgmt. Inc.
www.RentEnglewood.com

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$1050...4/2/2 1882 SqFt.....DC
$950...2/2.5 1513 ftTcwn e.....PGI
$850....3/2/2 1309 SqFt..............PC
$800...2/2/1 1086 SqFt ...........HH
$650...2/2/CP 1044 SqFt......PC
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We Forgive Foreclosures For Renters

KWT HOME RENTALS
HOMES FOR RENT
DEEP CREEK
PORT CHARLOTTE


941-249-5882


*NEED A RENTAL*
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4/2.5 Suncoast Lakes $1300
Gardens of Gulf Cove
3/2 McKee St. $750
Rotonda West
3/2 Par View, Pool $1200
3/2 Spring Dr. $1200
North Port
3/2 Oasis Ave $950
2/2 Lombra Ave. $675
2013 SEASONAL RENTALS
Englewood, N. Port, Pt.Char
Rotonda and S. Venice
2/1.5 Villa $1800
3/2 Home $1800
3/2 Pool Home $2200
2/2 Home $1600
Diana Legg
Your Rental Expert
941-475-7011
941-681-1189
Website: www.icre.us
Call us for all of your
Real Estate Needs.


NORTH PORT Newer 3/2/2
Scr. lanai, pets ok, Nice area.
$975/mo +1st, last & sec.
(941)-322-0181
NORTH PORT 3/2/2 1500sq
ft, walking distance of schools,
all tile & appliance, nice house.
No Pets $900/mo 941-204-6366


NORTH PORT RENTAL HOME
6358 Sooner St 3/2/CP
1000 SF $635
1st, Security, & Back-
ground Check Required
941-628-9810



PORT CHARLOTTE 2/1
remodeled, close to shopping
& hospitals. $625/mo 1st,
Last, & Sec 941-276-1051
PORT CHARLOTTE 2/2 lanai,
duplex $575 mo. House
3/3/1, No pets, $795 mo CHA
lst/L/sec Req. 941-621-3389
PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/1
4366 McCullough. CANAL
FRONT Nice area. $850/mo
lst/L/Sec. 941-586-9652
PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/1
Completely tiled, screened
lanai, small pet negotiable.
$795 month 941-391-2665


PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/2
Gorgeous screened pool home
on fresh water canal. Split BR
plan, Granite Kitchen, Lots of
extras. First mo Security req.
$1,200/mo 941-286-8282

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PORT CHARLOTTE
3BDRM/1BA. CHA.
Close to All! $550. mo.
941-624-0355


HOMES FOR RENT
1210


PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2 with
patio laundry rm, CHA, comply
remodel, Shed $725 mo 1st &
last Call 941-276-3291
PORT CHARLOTTE caged pool,
tile, Ig. clean 2/2/2, great loc.
incl. pool serve $975poss. long
term lease 941-276-3694
PORT CHARLOTTE Salt
Water Front, 401 Palmetto Dr,
2Bd 1-1/2Ba, No Pets,
$575/Mo, 941-815-1273


PUNTA GORDA BSI 2/2/2
+ den Villa, lots of tile, Ig.
lanai, $995/mo annual.
941-456-0645
PUNTA GORDA ISLES-
207' of Waterfront. 4/2/2.5,
2200 sf. Screened Pool &
Lanai. Dock. $1400 per mo. +
Security. (941)-505-2037


PUNTA GORDA, Burnt Store
Village, 3/2/2 on Cul-de-Sac.
Approx. 2,000 sf., Living
Areas Tiled. Center Island
Kitchen w/ Cherrywood
Cabinets. Must See Beauty!
$990. mo. 941-380-1880


Houses & Condos
1, 2 & 3 bedrooms
www.allfloridarealty.com
941)629-1121
ROTONDA WEST, 3/2/2
Canal/Pool, Large Lot. Newly
Renovated! Must See! $1150.
Month Neg. 941-423-2875
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VENICE 2/2 Jle herno.;,
Dishwasher, W/D, Garage,
ElK, fenced yd, $1000/mo, no
pets 941-539-9623
VENICE EAST 2/2/cp ,
FL room, $750/mo
1st, last & sec. req.
GulfCoast Rentals & Real
Estate Co 941-492-4280


HOMES FOR RENT
1210


VENICE, Spacious 2/2/1,
Very Clean, New Paint, LR/DR,
Family Room, Lanai. Avail.
Now $900 mo 941-485-5199

CONDOSVILLAS
FOR RENT
1240





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

ANNUAL/SEASONAL
RENTALS
Call Deb Sestilio
941-391-1873
Fisherman's Village Realty
www.4floridanow.com
DEEP CREEK 2/2 or 3/2, tile
cath. ceil, wood cab. granite,
W/D, lanai $725+ up, pets ok
(941)-626-1514 or 661-4539
DEEP CREEK GARDENS 2/2
tile firs, new carpet, DW, W/D,
1st Fir., Lanai, Pool, Tennis, No
Pets, ann. lease, Incl. water
$650/mo +dep 941-626-8625
PGI Gorgeous Water views.
2br/2ba & 2/L, Washer, Dryer,
Tile Floors, Covered Parking,
Pool, Boat Dock, Annual Lease
$790/mo 609-827-7433
PGI/PC 1, 2 and 3 br's
$525-$875 View these and
others at flarentals.net or
Realty Mgt at 941-625-3131
ADVERTISE
In
The Classifieds!
PUNTA GORDA ISLES PET
FRIENDLY 3/2/2 w/huge lanai,
WF View at flarentals.net or
Realty Mgt 941-625-3131
VENICE CONDO 2B/2B GR
FL, All App, Lanai, Gar, Pool,
Shop, Beach, Golf, 175,
$950/mo 941-483-3029


Ann Jiganti, Realtor
(941) 724-2485
ajiganti@verizon.net
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LUUZL IUU IUAiA LIN.
2606 SQ. FT. OF LUXURY! 3BR/2.5BA, office
with custom cabinets, family room, spacious
kitchen, w/island that features sink and wine
refrigerator. Quartz counters, new cabinets &
appliances. Updated master bath. Granite counters
in guest bath. New A/C, heated pool w/private
golf course views. Hurricane shutters & side load
2.5 car garage.
$436,500
SAnn Jiganti, Pa
DIRECT # 941-724-2485


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FOR RENT
1300



ENGLEWOOD 1/1 $500;
Remodeled, Lanai, All Tile
NS/NP.
941-400-1670
ENGLEWOOD, 2/2.
Small Pet OK. Tile floor.
$750/mo. + $1000 secu-
rity Adobe Realty Inc. 941-
485-3998 Marcel 941-
468-2529
PORT CHARLOTTE Large,
2bed/lba, end unit, exc.
cond. Pool, water/sewer,
lawn maint. incl, washer/dryer
avail $640. 941-875-5657.
PUNTA GORDA 2/2 Washer,
dryer, & microwave. Lawn care
& water incld. No dogs, $675
941-286-6223

APARTMENTS
FOR RENT
1320

ANNUAL OR SEASONAL
ENGLEWOOD: FURNISHED
2BR/2BA Scr lanai Updat-
ed, Close to downtown
and beach, 941492-6025
CHARLOTTE HARBOR
1/1 apt. $600, updated, incl.
water pool screened lanai, no
pets. Call 941-628-3759.





1ST MONTH ONLY $375
12 mins from Venice
2br w/ den 2 ba 1300sf,
Swimming pool $775/mo
941-473-0450

VENICE ISLAND Eff, 1 & 2 br,
Immed. occup. No pets, 1 yr
lease 941416-5757or 3236466

Classifie Sales
PUNTA GORDA Large 2/1
with carport, unfurnished
$700 mo includes water, +
$700 sec 941-740-0491


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International Presidential Circle

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3685 Bee Ridge Road, Sarasota, FL 34233


2320 FALCON TRACE
GREAT VALUE! MAINTENANCE FREE!
1900 sq.ft nothing to do but move in and enjoy
this fully furnished 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Open
light & bright split floor plan, fully equipped
kitchen, washer, dryer, 2 car garage.
community heated pool.
$229,500
Ann Jiganti, Pa
DIRECT # 941-724-2485


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FOR RENT
1320

STUDIO APTSV
Income-Based Housing
for those 62+ or HCA
Requirements. 941-624-
2266. Limited availability.
Restrictions Apply.
TTY: 1-800-955-8771

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PUNTA GORDA WATER-
FRONT. Furnish'd 1BR Duplx+
many Xtras, $590 mo. annl.
Dock avail. No Pets, N/Smkg.
941-626-9652
PUNTA GORDA, 2/1 Com-
pletely tiled, window treat-
ment, on Fairway Dr oppo-
site school, monthly $650,
Call Owner (718)-465-
6388 or (718) 864-6482


VENICE CLUBSIDE APTS.
1 Bedrooms Available.
$350 Move in Fee.
Call (941)-488-7766.
VENICE STUDIO
& 1 Bedroom
Accepting Section 8 Vouchers
941-488-7766


FOR RENT
1320

VENICE: 2/1 2 miles
to Beach, walk to Publix,
Shops & bus.
Immaculate, partially fur-
nished, tile/carpet.
$750/mo. Annual. No
pets.
(941)-374-3401
CLASSIFIED
SELLS
CALL TODAY!
941-207-1200
Venice/Englewood
North Port areas
OR
941-206-1200
Pt. Charlotte Areas
VILLA SAN CARLOS 2550
Easy Street Income based
62+ or needing features
of accessible unit. Restric-
tions Apply. 941-624-2266
TTY-1-800-9558771


VILLA SAN CARLOS II
22250 Vick St.
Affordable-Income based
One bedroom apartments
for 62 or older
Income Limits Apply
Call 941-624-4404
TTY-1-800-955-8771
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APARTMENTS
FOR RENT
1320

WILLOW CREEK
Affordable 55+ community
tucked away in North Port.
Pool, Activity Room, Fitness
Center, Restricted access
entries. Great specials on 1
and 2 BR apartments. Small
pet friendly. Call us today for
a tour of our community!
EHO 941-429-2402

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
1340

PUNTA GORDA 1 BR Home
$500/mo + $400 sec+ elec.
RV Spaces $375/mo
941-740-6000/941-740-3000


MOBILE HOMES
FOR RENT
1340


: 2
NOCATEE & KINGS
HWY. AREA
3 & 2 Bedroom w/ Central
Heat. From $400.-$500. mo.
941-624-0355
EFFICIENCIES
FOR RENT
1350

HARBOUR HEIGHTS close to
river, newly renovated efficien-
cies with cable & internet, Sun-
nybrook Motel 941-625-6400
PORT CHARLOTTE 2 room
suites, waterfront, $200 & Up,
with Wifi. Call 941-661-4262.


PORT CHARLOTTE Lg. 1 Bed
Mother-in-law Lakefront 1st
& last S550 utils incl. Refs.
No pets/smoke (941)456-3367
ROOMS FOR RENT
1360


MURDOCK near mall, furn
bdrm, util incl, kit priv, no alco-
hol/drugs, smoking lanai only,
$100/wk 941-769-1576


ROOMS FOR RENT
1360


PORT CHARLOTTE Lr-. Fur r.,
Close to all. Incl. util.. lit[ c l.
$130wk+Dep. 941-1:.-': '
PORT CHARLOTTE. 'le:,ii, :i.,et.
$125wk $450mo ind : ut, l.uid,
refs 941-743-3070 941 .-4i:,i.'
VENICE-Bedroom. Bath
&-Cable Kitcher, r.i, v2.
NSmale pref. Re :,oi)rl'
price 941-49_-c-.:1-'


RENTALS TO SHARE
1370


Deep Creek Roon:ste ':,rnted
40+ private master E:R E .
private bath, full:, urn. 1o :
pets/smoking in h:,iu-e '-1:.'11
m o. with all utilitie- inr:l. i: ll
Val 941-764-1635 :rtsnr m.n.
PORT CHARLOTTE
ROOM-in-HOUSE :nmo: e
alcohol free $125 W Li ''
$400 mo. 941-2*5 6. i :
VENICE Female :oomnn,,te
wanted to share Lbseutirul
3/2 home in a g:ted o:ni.
munity. ClubhouE Pool: ,
Tennis Courts etc. E'.e ,thrin,
included $950/mo Anrnui l r
$1500/mo Se:Ioriinl
941-485-4 :.0:6


S ACTIONTIO,
SEASONAL RENNTALS
1390


For a Complete List of
Vacation Rentals Visit
www.almar-rentals.com
941-627-1465
800-964-3095
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2/2 55+ CONDO POOL &
AMENITIES NO PETS AVAIL FOR
JANUARY 2013! 201-6385805


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Well maintained custom home in quiet
neighborhood. Close to shopping and
schools. 3/2/2 LR/DR/FR/Lrg Kit.
1171 Richter St. $159,000
Bill Norris,
Bob Melvin Properties
941-380-2400


VENICE 522 CEDARWOOD LN.
Nice & bright, large 2/2, 1938 sq. ft.
Open floor plan, Very well maintained
& many updates. Private backyard,
with a lake view, pool & spa.
Adjacent to a greenspace area and a
walk/bike path $245,000 FSBO
941-685-0659 or 941-685-1130


11365 SW Essex Dr. Lake Suzy
Kingsway Golf Villa
Gorgeous 3 Bedroom,
2 Bath, 2 Car Gargare Villa.
A Must See! $149,950.
MLS#C7037518
JILL BROUWER REALTY
Jll's Cell 941-276-4459
Linda 941-457-7245


3045 N. Beach Rd. #A.
ENGLEWOOD
A Unique 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath
Stilt Home with Deeded Rights to
Lemon Bay Dock & Private
Beach on Gulf! $459,000.
John Colello, Beach & Luxury
Realty Inc. 727-798-8144








27 LONG MEADOW LANE
ROTONDA WEST
2005 BUILT 3/2/2 POOL HOME IN FOREST LIKE SET-
TING AFFORDING TOTAL PRIVACY.
MOVE IN CONDITION, PRICED TO SELL.
$179,900
FLA GOLF PROPERTIES INC 941-698-4653


VENICE 3 BEDROOM,
2 BATH, 2 CAR GARAGE.
LAKE VIEW.
DIRECT ACCESS TO POOL,
TENNIS COURT, SHUFFLE BOARD,
55+, GREAT LOCATION!
$155,000.
CALL GEN: 941-228-4571


SOUTH GULF COVE
BEAUTIFUL 3/2/3 Waterfront home
on seawalled lot with Gulf access.
Heated salt water pool,
covered boat lift w/trek deck.
Extra 80'x125' lot.
Must See! $349,000
941-828-8820


PORT CHARLOTTE
1064 Live Oak Cir. Immaculate 3/2/2 Mainte-
nance free stand-alone home in Heritage Oak
Park, set amidst towering oaks in the heart of
Port Charlotte, within walking distance of Pub-
lix, the Library & the YMCA! Totally updated
and upgraded for maximum functionality.
YOUR PERFECT RETIREMENT HAVEN!
$184,900. MLS#C7037473 Patty Gillespie,
Realtor, Remax Anchor 941-875-2755








PORT CHARLOTTE NW
1009 Cabot St.
3/2/2 w/ Workshop on
Corner Lot. Many Upgrades!
knmaculate!
$169,900. FSBO
941-766-7466


PRAIRIE CHEEK PARK PARVATE & DEED
RESTRICTE' FErCEDIGATED 6 ACRE TREASURE
Ho:RSES WELCOME! NEWER 2600+SF.SiPAci:us
OP-Eh FL-:oR PLAn. GREAT KiTCHEhI.SCREEhIEC
POOL & LAIAI.. BARA + ATT 3 STALL GARAGE!
MIliuTES T: PuhTA G.:Rc'A & Hwy 75.
$469.900.JUDY K PETKEWICZ
ALLISON JAMES Estates & Homes
941-456-8304

Fabulous 5 Acre Private Gated Estate


Prairie Creek W Punta Gorda
One of a Kind 2004 Home VIEWS Infinity Pool
HUGE stocked Pond dock & Fountain
'Out Door Under Roof FULL Bar &Kitchen
1500 SF GARAGE.Horses Welcome
Separate Guest Apartment S899.000
JUDY K PETKEWICZ
ALLISON JAMES Estates & Homes
941-456-8304









DIRECT BAY FRONT 3/4 ACRE
Can be split into 2 lots. New 90 ft.
dock, all utilities in place. Ready to
build & not in hurricane velocity
zone. Just minutes to the Gulf.
Possible owner finance @ 3.9%.
Only $364,900. 941-769-0200


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VACATION/
SEASONAL RENTALS
1390


WANTED TO RENT
S1420


Mar. Looking for 1Bd+
condo, house or duplex.
Please call 941-488-7791

PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/2 A SK U S
FURNISHED-TURNKEY
Nov-S900/Mo HOW
DEC-S1,000 /MO
JANUARY$1,300/MO you can place a
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VENICE BEACH, 1BR Fur-
nished. Nov., Dec., Jan. &
Feb. $4,800. Total., Dec.
Jan & Feb. $4,200. Total.
Jan. & Feb. $3,800. Total.
(Leasing Possible) 941-
350-4481
VENICE CAPRI ISLES,
1st floor, 2/2 on the golf
course! $2200/mo Please
call 860-478-3334


LOTS & ACREAGE
1500



EAST ENGLEWOOD 7243
SeaMist Dr. $10,000 or
BEST OFFER
941-474-6441


NORTH PORT Sumter
Blvd. Great location. New
home area. $6,900 941-
457-6811


LOTS & ACREAGE
1500


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PUNTA GORDA ISLES, water-
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$200,000 239-210-1521
REDUCED!!!
LEMON BAY at your front
door. Build your dream
home on 100 x 287 lot.
Walk to beach. A steal at
$89,999. Call Diane
Newland 941 223 5387
Palm Realty Group
PUT CLASSIFIED
TO WORK FOR YOU
Venice, Englewood,
North Port 207-1200
Pt. Charlotte Areas
Call 206-1200

BUSINESS
FOR SALE
114 1600

BUYING OR SELLING A
BUSINESS CALL
HOLLMARK BUSINESS
BROKERS INC
941-445-4726
www.hollmarkbrokers.com
Lawn Mower Shop, Sales &
Service, New & Used, 30
years in town, owner retiring
Call Fred 941-628-1203


BUSINESS RENTALS
1610


PAULSON CENTRE
EXECUTIVE OFFICE SUITES
18245 Paulson Drive. P.C
25% off first Year Rent
80 s.f. to 230 s.f. Offices
Virtual Offices available
Info call (941)-206-2200

INDUSTRIAL PROP
1620

PORT CHARLOTTE- Prime office
space, 3 units 1,000sf. ea. Brand
new. Sandhill Blvd. Turnkey/Fully
built out. (941)-624-5992
ADVERTISE
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1640

NORTH PORT 800SF Ware-
house, $400/month + tax.
941-661-6720
VENICE Warehouse Com-
plex Bay Rentals Starting at
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2 bedroom, 2 bath's on second floor,
furnishing's included, updated
kitchen/ and appliances,
2 lanai's, Clubhouse/ heated pool,
short walk to
Fisherman's Village, Owner
513-917-7880 will show.

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3/2/3+/DEN WITH POOL
AND FIREPLACE. 2 YEARS
YOUNG. NEARLY 1/2 ACRE.
LAKE AND PRESERVE VIEWS.
2376 SQ FT.
$459,000 BY OWNER
941-493-6140


1856 Knights Bridge Trail
Kingsgate Villa Port Charlotte
Gorgeous 2 Bedroom,
2.5 Bath 55+ Villa.
A Must See! $200,000 $189,500
MLS#C7031934
JILL BROUWER REALTY
Jill's Cell 941-276-4459
Linda 941-457-7245


ARCADIA 3/3/2
w/pool on 4.75 acres w/easy
access to PC & Sarasota. Large
4000 sq ft workshop/barn.
MLS# C7018012 $295,000
Call Agent Peggy Mardis
863-990-1877






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2 Bedroom, 2 Bath
with 1 Car Garage.
Overlooks Lake! Breakfast Area.
Screened Lanai.
Inside Utility Room. $85.000.
Doris Walters,
Bud Trayner Realty 941-661-4019


3045 N. Beach Rd. #A.
ENGLEWOOD
A Unique 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath
Stilt Home with Deeded Rights
to Lemon Bay Dock & Private
Beach on Gulf! $499,900.
John Colello, Beach & Luxury
Realty Inc. 727-798-8144


3BR/2BA/2CG with 1900+ SF living
space, large covered lanai + caged
pool. Fruit trees. Fenced yard.
$148,500.
941-830-1721
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ROTONDA WEST
249 Rotonda Blvd North
3/2/2 Oversized lot,
Many upgrades!
Immaculate!
$194,500
941-697-1497

5 ACRES+ PRAIRIE CREEK PARK


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5 Acres+3351 SQ Ft Home 4 Bdrms 3 Baths,
Screened Enclosure, Pool Black Top Roads
& Drive. Horses Welcome, Prairie Creek Park,
Deed Restricted minutes to Punta Gorda
$4680,0- Now $429,000
JUDY K PETKEWICZ GRI CRS
ALLISON JAMES Estates & Homes
941-456-8304 SEARCH ALL LISTINGS
http://www.PuntaGordaPropertiesforsale.Com


Punta Gordas s BEST KEPT SECRET!
Minutes to town, beaches,harbor!
Deed restricted Horses welcome,black top
roads. "A Very Special Ranch Community"!
JUDY K PETKEWICZ GRI CRS
ALLISON JAMES Estates & Homes
941-456-8304
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