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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE




THE COURIER
"IRSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2005 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


NEWS LotTo


SHOW COPPER V


COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT


But there is even more love
to go around, and the Outlaw
family is seeking Big Brothers
and Sisters to share it with.
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
With 10 children, you might think there are
enough brothers and sisters in the Outlaw
household.
They're hoping, though, for at least seven
more.
"They keep asking, 'Will I ever get a Big
Brother or Big Sister,'" said the family'sI
matriarch, Mary Outlaw.


BRIGGS


Notes on family, art
and business
-PAGE 8


INDEX

CALENDAR
PAGE

CLASSIFIED
.PAE 21

COMMENTARY
PAGE 7
CROSSWORD
PAGE 20


FAMILY LIVING
PAGE 8


OPINION
PAGE 6


SPORTS
PAGE 18

WORSHIP
PACE 15


IN THE TRIBUNE
Here's a preview of
what you'll find in
The Tampa Tribune's
Plant City section
Saturday.
L) Plant City
police are on the
lookout for bilingual
residents willing
to translate for
officers


Air Force Tech Sgt.
Michelle Meadows said her
Little Sister Ashante
clammed up at first. "Now
she's just a chatterbox," she
said. "She's like my real
sister," said Ashante, 10,
who is the only member of
the Outlaw clan matched
with a mentor.


At a time
when most
women her age
hope for fre-
quent visits
from:, the
grandkids,
M farn Outlaw is
raising 10 chil-
dren, on her
own, in her
t h r e e-
-be d r o o m
mobile home
in Dover.
It's more
than a full-time
job, but Outlaw,
69, isn't
thinking about
the respite she
might'receive if
the children are
paired up with
a mentor
through Big
Brothers Big
Sisters Tampa


Bay.
For her, it's all about the children, who
rarely get a chance to leave the house except
to go to school and back.
"It would let them have a chance to get out
more," said Outlaw, whose green minivan
won't fit all the children at once.
The organization has been seeking matches
for the children, six boys and four girls who
range in age from 3 to 15, for more than a
year. So far, one of the girls has a big sister,
and two more candidates are in the interview
process, said Lori Briggs, vice president of


TONY )L4RRERO/Staff photos
Mary Outlaw, center, said mentors could help the 10 children in her huge clan get out of their
Dover mobile home more often, provide strong male role models for the boys and help instill
a big sister's wisdom in the girls.


community relations for Big Brothers Big Sis-
ters of Tampa Bay.
At best, that leaves seven children
unmatched who can't benefit from the pro-
gram that has mentors, or the "Bigs," spend-
ing at least one hour per week with their
"Littles," Briggs said.
"Here you have a parent doing a good job,
keeping (the children) clothed and fed, but
they need that one-on-one time," Briggs said.


'" It gives the kids some time to be thelonly one
clamoring for attention."
Though Outlaw provides a loving environ-
ment, she admitted that there are some
things she can't do for her children. She can't
be a father figure to the boys, for example.
and sometimes even the girls are a little hesi-
tant to open up to her.
See LOVE, Page 12


CRImIE


Family Deals With Loss


MEMORIAL WAS
IN MINNESOTA
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
They won't be satisfied until
the killers of Darren and Heather
Kaiser are caught and brought to
justice, but Darren's family, most
of whom live in Forest Lake,
Minn., are trying to go on with
their lives as they wait for a break


in the case.
"We are holding up," said Ed
Kaiser, Darren's father. "We all
have good days and bad, trying to
deal with this whole thing. But
there is a lot of support there
from family and friends, people
who knew them, the police
department in our town and in
Plant City, and the media. We are
thankful for all their help."
The Kaisers Darren, 37, and
Heather, 26 lived in Plant City
since November,, having moved


there from the Clearwater area.
They were in the process of reno-
vating and decorating their house'
at 1905 N. Gordon St., just south
of the Interstate 4, when they
were found murdered Jan. 15.
The couple operated a car
search business, Car Search 4 U,
and another Internet-related
business, working out of an
adjoining office to their home.
Police are not revealing the
exact cause of death, nor are they
divulging the times the murders
took place, other than saying the
murders took place sometime
before noon Jan. 15.
Plant City Police spokesman
Sgt. Jim Shultz would not com-


ment on the timing of the mur-
ders.
"We have a good idea of the
time frame involved, but we are
not discussing any of the evi-
dence in this case," Shultz said.
Ed Kaiser said Forest Lake
police notified the family Jan. 15.
"They were very professional,
and they stayed with us as we
made phone calls, notifying fam-
ily."
Ed Kaiser spoke with Plant City
police officers Matt Lawson and
Shultz shortly after hearing the
news.
"We can't thank them enough

See LOSS, Page 11


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THURSDAY
Flea market at the Lakes
The annual Flea Market
at the Lakes is set for Feb.
3 from 8:30 a.m. to noon
on Sam Allen Road and
State Road 39. The public
is welcome. Call: 754-
3745.

Kindergarten round-up
Lincoln Elementary
School of Technology
plans a Kindergarten
round-up Feb. 3 at 10 a.m.
in the school's multipur-
pose room.
Information regarding
Hillsborough County's
Choice plan, student
expectations and registra-
tion requirements will be
provided. Headstart and
kindergarten classes iill
perform and tours will be
given. Call: 757-9329.

FRIDAY
Benefit bachelor auction
The Plant City Charter
Chapter of the American
Business Women's Associ-
ation will host trs second
"Be My Valentine" Bache-
lors Auction Feb. 4 at the
in the Red Rose Ballroom
of the Plant City Ramada
Inn Plantation House,
2011 N. Wheeler St.
Women may bid on 15
bachelors who will offer
creative dates. Proceeds
from the event benefit a
college scholarship for
local "Young Women of
Promise" high school stu-
dents from the Plant City
area.
The evening starts at 7
p.m. with a meet-and-
greet featuring the eligible
bachelors and offers a full
heavy hors d'oeuvres
buffet and a cash bar.
Charleene Closshey will
emcee the event.
Advance tickets are $25.
$30 at the door. Tickets
include valet parking, the


See CALENDAR, Page 14


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
2005 Florida Strawberry Festival Queen Ashley Watkins, 16, is flanked by her court members Brooke Ellis. 18, left, First Maid Caycee
Hampton, 17, Amy Stewart, 18, and Catie Walker, 18, who were recent special guests at a Plant City Lions Club luncheon, which
sponsors the Queen's Pageant.


Strawberry Queen, Court Honored To Represent


MEMBERS HAVE DEEP
ROOTS IN PLANT CITY
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The first Florida Strawberry
Festival queen, Charlotte Ros-
enberg, was crowned in,1930.
Every queen since then has
accepted the crown from the
previous holder, knowing that
somehow their lives would be
changed forever.
The 2005 queen, 16-year-
old Plant City High junior Ash-
ley Watkins, is no exception to
the rule. Watkins, like 2004
queen Katie Sharer, is hoping


to make a difference in the
community.
"During the coming year,
and beyond that, I am looking
forward to helping commu-
nity-minded organizations
like the Lions and the (Plant
City) Junior Woman's Club in
fundraising events," Watkins
said. "This crown is not about
sashes and makeup. It is about
supporting the community,
giving the residents a role
model that represents the
community with pride and
dignity. When people meet
me, I want to leave them with
a smile."
Watkins is a seventh
generation Plant City resident,


and quickly dispels any notion
of a country bumpkin.
"I have to say with good
reason that I am proud and
glad .to be from Plant City,"
Watkins said. "I am not naive.
I know what goes on in this
world. We are not so isolated
that we don't know what is
going on. The more I learn, the
happier I am that my roots are
right here. We are a great com-
munity. And I am proud to be
a part of it."
Watkins maternal great-
great-grandmother was from
one of Plant City's founding
families. Tier maternal grand-
parents, Chester and Frankie
Wilson of Walden Lake, w-ere


business people who lived in.
the residential area off Cherry
Street when she was born. Her
grandfather served in the Air
Force during the Vietnam War
era.
Her father, Michael, is an
insurance broker and her
mother, Heather, dabbles in
interior decorating.
"Being able to wear the
crown, and be a part of the
Florida Strawberry Festival, is
something that we have all
dreamed of. We are being
given an opportunity this year
to help the community in
many different ways," Watkins

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OUTLINES FULL
AGENDA FOR 2005
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
"The chamber is 'a happening
place."
It was a refrain repeated again and
again by the Greater Plant City Cham-
ber of Commerce's outgoing chair-
woman Jennifer Closshey as she
recounted 2004 before passing the
gavel to Rick Lott at the annual Chair-
man's Banquet on Jan. 27.
A crowd of more than 240 filled the
Ramada Inn Convention Hall, dining
on steak filet and stuffed chicken at the
event, emceed by city commissioner
John Dicks.
After accepting the gavel, Lott, who
will do double duty this year as chair-
man and as a city commissioner, said
2005 would be just as happening.
"We have a full agenda," he said.
Some of the goals and plans Lott
outlined include:
# Taking further the chamber's Buy
Local program which encourages
chamber members to patronize local
businesses whenever possible. The
new Buy From a Chamber Member
program will further benefit chamber
members, Lott said.
Surpassing 700 chamber members


as part of the "705 in 2005" campaign.
Improving communication with
Hillsborough County and the City of
Tampa. Fostering a good relationship
with the county is something that will
be particularly important as Plant City
looks to grow through annexation, Lott
said. The chamber also joined the
Tampa chamber's Committee of 100,
the economic development arm for
Hillsborough County.
Starting a new public relations
campaign to draw visitors to Plant
City. The chamber is soliciting ideas
from marketing firms and is expected
to hear final presentations next
month.
Voicing Plant City's needs and
wants during another trip to meet with
legislators in Tallahassee. At the top of
the list this year is securing state fund-
ing for a new courthouse in Plant City.
Helping the city plan for smart
growth by creating the chamber's new
Division of Planning and Growth. The
division, made up of three subcommit-
tees that focus on residential, non-
residential/commercial and
transportation, will come up with a
growth development plan to present to
city commissioners.
Lott thanked the chamber's staff
and volunteers.
"Plant City is not bricks and mortar,
it's us," he said. "Standing together
makes a difference in the commu-


TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
Chamber of commerce chairman Rick Lott, said he would carry the momentum
passed on to him by his predecessor Jennifer Closshey.


nity."
Closshey echoed that .sentiment
before ceding the gavel.
"I'm filled with appreciative joy to
be a part of such a great group of
people, and it's the people who make it
all happen," Closshey said.


She offered a host of examples from
2004 that she said showed how much
momentum the chamber is enjoying.
Some 95,000 bikes filled the city
during the chamber's 10 Bike Fests last
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Creationism Has No Place In Science Class


By TONY MARRERO
I'd like to offer a twist on a well-
turned phrase: Those who haven't
learned the fundamentals of science
are doomed to repeat history.
In 1987, the U.S. Supreme Court
banned the teaching of creationism -
which holds that God created the
world about 6,000 years ago in
public schools on the grounds of
separation of church and state.
Aside from the church/state
implications, though, a basic under-
standing of science would demon-
strate why creationism has no place in
a public school's science class.
But it's a debate that won't die, and
Hillsborough County School Board
member Jennifer Faliero astounded
me last week by suggesting that
creationism should be taught in
science class alongside evolution


theory.
The board held a student forum Jan.
25 to address a range of student
questions and concerns. One student
asked the board what they thought
about creationism being taught in the
schools.
"My personal feeling on that is that
if you're teaching that (evolution)
theory you also need to be teaching
creationism along with that and
hopefully science teachers, if that's
where it's being taught, are offering all
of those (theories) as where we
evolved from, and not just one in
itself," said Faliero, who represents
District 4, which includes Plant City
and East Hillsborough schools.
I respect Faliero's "personal
feeling," just as I respect all faiths. But
because she is a public servant
helping oversee the county's schools,


her comments are troubling.
To teach creationism in a public
school science class would not only
violate what the courts have said -
that religion has no place there but
also would contradict the scientific
fundamentals that these classes are
supposed to teach.
A few definitions courtesy of
Merriam-Webster would help any
discussion of an issue that first hit the
courts in the so-called "Scopes
Monkey Trials" of 1925, when Tennes-
see schoolteacher John Scopes was
convicted of illegally teaching
evolution. The Tennessee Supreme
Court threw out his conviction later
on a technicality.
First, and perhaps most important,
is the definition of "science": "a
knowledge covering general truths or
the operation of general laws espe-
cially as obtained and tested by the
scientific method."
One of the first things students are
taught in science class is the "scien-
tific method," which are "principles
and procedures for the systematic
pursuit of knowledge involving the


FEBRUARY 3,2005 THE COURIER 7

recognition and formulation of a
problem, the collection of data
through observation and experiment,
and the formulation and testing of
hypotheses."
Here's "theory": "the analysis of a
set of facts in their relation to one
another."
And finally, "fact": "the quality of
being actual."
The Big Bang Theory states that the
universe began with all matter and
energy concentrated to very high
density and temperature some 15
billion years ago. The present universe
expanded from that epoch and is still
.expanding. The theory of evolution
holds that all life, including that of
humans, evolved from simple cells
that formed later.
Both of these theories have more
than a hundred years' worth of study
using the very scientific method that
defines science. They are the best that
scientists can come up with when it
comes to trying to scientifically
answer the question of from where we
came.
See COMMENTARY, Page 14


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FAMILY


BETTY'S PLACE


Keeping


Track Of


Family

When you have such a big
family, it's easy for somebody
to get lost.
My apologies to Kaye Cli-
burn Crouse who was kind
enough to send me the. story
on the neighborhood reunion
last week. I left out her family,
Ray and Hillie Cliburn, who
moved into Morrell Park in
1958 and are still there today.
Their three daughters, Debi,
Kaye and Donna actually live
within five miles of their par-
ents. I guess you would say
they are a very close family in
every way.
This reminds me of a story
Sarah Hammer told me about
growing up in such a large and
wonderful family where there
was never a dull moment
(back when everyone in town
knew and watched out for
each other). Her father had a
furniture store and one night
she got left behind in the store.
The police called her parents
to ask them if they'd mis-
counted heads little Sarah
was seen looking out the store
window, waiting for some-
body to take her home!


I love to hear old family sto-
ries and while most everyone
has easy access to the internet
at home, school or library, it's
often an overwhelming task to
start researching your own
family history.
Fran Carter Walker, who has
been a professional geneal-
ogist for over 30 years, is offer-
ing a beginning genealogy
class, starting Feb. 3 in the
Quintilla Geer Bruton Archives
Center, housed in the base-
ment of the 1914 Community
Center, 605 N. Collins St.
There is a small fee for those
who want to start researching
their family history. Call the
East Hillsborough Historical
Society for information, 757-
9226.


Christopher Rodriguez
and Erin Danay


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Special to The Courier
Caycee Hampton, right, a junior at Plant City High School, and
Cassandra Browning, a senior, recently took first and second
place honors, respectively, in the local American Legion
Oratorical Contest at the Norman McLeod Post No. 26, led by
commander Julian Womble.


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


I'm hearing rave reviews on
Outsider Artist Ruby Williams'
exhibit at the Smithsonian in
Washington, D.C.
Her "Piano Playing Cow" is
a hit and has been reproduced
on a banner at the entrance to
the exhibition space. Congrat-
ulations, Ruby!
We don't have to worry
about this latest accomplish-
ment going to Ruby's head -
the last time I saw her she was
picking beans in her beautiful
garden on State Road 60 in
Bealsville.


I see where Eleanore
McDade is exhibiting, the
watercolors she did on a trip
to Russia. You can see them at
Bruton Memorial Library until


Feb. 28. There will be a recep-
tion on Feb. 6 from 2 to 4 p.m.


You would have to be some-
thing special to keep a pleas-
ing disposition through 20
years of arduous tax seasons.
Senior partner of Leo
Gillman, of Bella, Hermida,
Gillman, Hancock and Muel-
ler, recently celebrated Dee
Stephens' 20th anniversary
with the company at the Red
Rose dining room.
"I've never had an employee
who was more eager to learn,
with an almost unlimited
capacity to perform complex
work, while always maintain-
ing a professional and pleas-
ant attitude," Leo says.
Dee started as a receptionist
for the firm's Tampa office
and is now a paraprofessional
in the Plant City office. This
last year she has passed the
IRA enrolled agent exam and
has become a Certified Quick-
Books Pro Advisor. Congratu-
lations, Dee!


It is often said a good orator
leaves you with a smile.
Caycee Hampton, a junior
at Plant City High School, and
Cassandra Browningra senior,
have something to smile
about, too. These young ladies


Dee Stephens was honored
recently for 20 years with
CPA firm Bella, Hermida,
Gillman, Hancock and
Mueller.
recently took first and second
place honors, respectively, in
the local American Legion
Oratorical Contest at the
Norman McLeod Post No. 26.
They not only left with a smile,
but with a savings bond and a
medal. Great job to two beau-
tiful young ladies!


Accolades are on the menu
for Kristii Hendricks at down-
town's Parkside Cafe. She
received the Best Hamburger
from Focus Reader Choice
Awards. Congratulations,
Kristii!


Fishing derby records were
broken recently at the Kid's
Semi Annual Fishing Derby
sponsored by the City of Plant
City Recreation and Parks
Department. There were 188
anglers and special thanks
goes to Wal-Mart and Infinity
Broadcasting (99.5 WQYK) for
helping support this event.
The records broken were:
biggest fish ever and biggest
mudfish ever, a 4-pound, 2-
ounce mudfish caught by
Chandler Flowers; biggest cat-
fish ever, 3 pounds, 8 ounces
by Andy Smrstick. Other
award-winning anglers were:
Cody Ginther, Jeremy
Deneese, Dalton Rowell,
Tanner Pope, Stephen Easters
and Michael York.

Don't make me fish for your
news. Send items to gaby-
lee@aol.com or mail or hand
deliver them to The Courier,
c/o Betty Briggs, 101 N.
Wheeler St., Plant City, FL
33566.


COMMUNITY ROUNDUP


Baby Parade sign ups the following blood drives:
There are still spots. avail-- Denny's Plant City, 2001 S.
able for the 2005 Baby Frontage Road, Feb. 4 from 8
Parade. a.m. to 11 p.m. :
Sign up is available at My Lowes of Plant City, 2801
Girlfriend's Place, 1701 S. James L. Redman Parkway,
Alexander St. Feb. 5, from 10 a.m. to 4p.m.
The parade will take place Walden Lake Golf Club,
March 12 at the Strawberry 2001 Club House Drive,Feb.4
Festival grandstand. Each from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
entry must be made in person
and accompanied by a $20 Suncoast Schools FCU,
entry fee. Entrants must 1905 Alexander St., Feb. 4
reside in eastern Hillsborough from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m.
County and provide proof of Patterson -Freight, 3108
residence. CentralAve, Feb. 9'from 1 to 4
Call: Katie Sparkman, 757- p.m.
2447. Northside Baptist Church,


Blood drives
BloodNet USA will sponsor


1700 Franklin St.. Feb. 9 from
5to 8p.m. .
Call: 1-800-683-8355.


Clean-up event seeks
sponsors, volunteers
Keep Hillsborough County
Beautiful is looking for site
captains, sponsors and volun-
teers for its 12th annual Great
American Cleanup slated for
April 16.
The event takes place from
8:30 a.m. to noon at locations
throughout Hillsborough
County. Last year, more than
1,319 volunteers collected
107,794 pounds of trash.
Sponsors will receive recog-
nition on T-shirts and other
promotional items. Volun-
teers can find a list of clean-
up locations closer .to the
,event date at www.khcbonl-
ine.org.


For more information, call
960-5121.

CPR, first aid,,
babysitting courses
The Tampa. Bay Chapter of
the American Red Cross has
scheduled a number of Adult,
Infant and Child CPR, First
Aid, HIV/AIDS Awareness and
:Babysitting courses at The
Spring of Plant City, 701-
Tilman Park Place in the
Walden Woods., Business
Park.
The Red Cross is also offer-
ing a Nurse Assistant Training
at The Spring, Feb. 28 through
March 31. This 108-hour pro-
See ROUNDUP, Page 9


ENGAGED

Rogers-Rodriguez
MNarshal andF onya
Rogers of Plant Ciy anno-
unce the engagement of
their daughter, Erin
Danav, to Christopher
Lee Rodrigue7. He is the
son of Leon and Verna
NMcKelin of Plant City.
The bride-elect is 2000
graduate of Plant City
High School. She earned
her associate's degree
from Hillsborough Com-
munity College. She is
employed by Discount
Mail MNieds.
The prospective groom
is a 1999 graduate of Plant
City High School. He is a
driver/engineer for Plant
City Fire Rescue and
owner of Countryside
Lawn Care.
A March 12 wedding is
planned at 4 p.m. in the
garden of Magic Moments
in Plant City.



CLUB NOTES

Civitan
The Plant City Civitan
Club meets the first and
third Thursday of the month
at 7 a.m. at Park-Side Cafe,
101 East J. Arden Mays Blvd.
Call: Pat Pogue 754-4680.

Retired federal employees
The Strawberry Chapter of
the National Association of
Retired and Current Federal
Employees, or NARFE, will
Hold its annual white ele-
phant auction Feb. 3 at 1:30
p.m. at the First Baptist
Church in Plant City's Sin-
gles Ministry Building, 103 E.
Baker St.
The event is open to all
members and nonmembers.
All proceeds go to Alzhei-
mer's research. Donated
items are welcome.
Call: Dick Zeiner at 759-
2887.

Art guild to honor Keene
The East Hillsborough Art
Guild willmeet Feb.;7 from 7
to 9 p.m., at the Woman's
Club of Plant City, 1110 N.
Wheeler St.
The guild will honor Reba
Keene for her service. Keene
was a longtime member of
the Plant City Art'Club.
When the East'Hillsborough
Art Guild was formed in
.1992, she continued on as a
member.
Information on the Straw-

See CLUBS, Page 9


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Mandrell Cancels Festival Performance


LORRIE MORGAN WILL
TAKE HER PLACE
Staff Report
Louise Mandrell has canceled her
performance at the Florida Strawberry
Festival.
Mandrell was slated to perform March
6 at 4 p.m. Vocalist Lorrie Morgan, who
has previously performed at the festival,
will take Mandrell's place.
Mandrell cited "health problems
within her family," according to a release
from the festival e-mailed to The Cou-


CLUBS
Continued From Page 8
berry Festival Art Show will be
available at this meeting,
along with volunteer passes
for those who have signed up
to work the art gallery during
the festival. Friends welcome.

Daughters of 1812
The Benjamin DeVane
Chapter No. 343 of the U.S.
Daughters of 1812 will hold its
winter meeting Feb. 19 at 11
a.m. at the Orange Blossom
Tea Room, 106 S. Evers St.
Chapter president Linda
Neal will present a video, "A
Tour of the U.S. Daughters of-
1812 National Headquarters."
There also will be an
election of officers for 2005-
07.
Call: Dorothy Hornus,


rier at deadline on Tuesday.
Morgan was Female Vocalist of the
Year in 1994, 1996, 1997 and 1998. Some
of Morgan's most popular
songs are "Five Minutes,"
"What Part of No," and "I
Didn't Know My Own
Strength."
Patsy Brooks, the festi-
val's general manager,
expressed concern for
Morgan Mandrell's family.
"We are very grateful for
Ms. Morgan's willingness to commit at
this late date," Brooks said.
People who have already purchased


926-2235.

PCHS Class of'55
The Plant City High School
Class of 1955 will host its 50th
reunion April 15-16.
The following classmates
have not been located: Doro-
thy (Evers) Myers and Margie
(Williams) Truluck.
If you have information, call
752-7109.

Winter Visitor's Club
The Winter Visitor's Club
meets for business and pot-
luck dinners every Monday at
5:30 p.m. Membership is $10
per year and includes shuf-
fleboard tournaments.
Call: 754-4130 or 757-9165.


tickets for the Louise Mandrell perform-
ance have two options. The tickets, and
the assigned seats, will be honored at
Morgan's show.
Those who do not wish to see the
Lorrie Morgan show can claim a refund
by mailing the complete Mandrell ticket
to the Florida Strawberry Festival, Louise
Mandrell Refund, P.O. Drawer 1869,
Plant City, FL 33564-1869.
Refunds for Louise Mandrell must be
received no later than Feb. 14. The Festi-
val will not refund tickets received aftex
that date
Any questions regarding refunds, call
the festival office, 752-9194.


Class of '65
The Plant City High School
Class of 1965 will hold its 40th
reunion June 10-11.
Classmates are asked to call
Peggy Gibbs with their current
address and phone numbers.
Also, those with information
on other classmates or who
wish to find out more about
the event can may call Gibbs
at 754-1092.

Lions Club
The Plant City Lions Club
meets Tuesdays at noon at
Shelby's Restaurant, 110 E.
Reynolds St.
Call: Judy Barta, 752-6193.

Plant City Class of '58
The Plant City High School


Class of 1958 meets for break-
fast the fourth Tuesday of the
month at 8:30 a.m. at Fred's
Farmers Market Restaurant,
1401 Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd.
Call: 659-0421.

Civil War unit
Step into the ranks of his-
tory as a Southern cannoneer
and join the Milton Light
Artillery, Co. A.
Milton is a Civil War re-
enacting unit based on an
actual 1860s Florida battery.
Milton re-enacts more than 15
battles a year and includes
civilian and nursing impres-
sions.
E-mail info@miltonartillery
.com or visit www.milton
artillery.com.


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ROUNDUP
Continued From Page 8
gram includes classroom lec-
tures and clinical practicums
that teach students basic
caregiving skills.
Course names and dates:
Adult CPR and First Aid,
Part 1, Feb. 16 and March 29
from 6 to 10 p.m., and March
19 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Adult CPR and First Aid,
Part 2, Feb. 17 and March 30
from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Adult CPR, Feb. 7 and
March 6 from 1 to 5 p.m.; and
March 4 and 25 from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m.
HIV/AIDS Awareness,
Feb. 12 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Babysitter Training, Feb.
19 and March 12 from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m.
Infant/Child CPR, Feb. 25
from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Nurse Assistant Training,
Feb. 28 through March 31
daily.
First Aid, March 14 from 1
to 5 p.m.
Infant/Child CPR and
First Aid Part 1, March 22
from 6 to 10 p.m.
Infant/Child CPR and
First Aid Part 2, March 30
from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
For more information
about Red Cross courses at
The Spring and to register for
a course, call 1-877-741-1444,
Ext. 850, or visit
www.redcrosstbc.org.

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To advertise your church in our Church Directory, please call Natasha Davis at 752-3113.


ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Dover: S. Dorer Rd & Downing St.,
659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
Allen Chapel: 1109 E. Laura St.
"52- "389
Mount Olire: 1113 W Madison St
Mount Olive: Horton Rd.
"37-2628
APOSTOLIC
Asamblea Apostolica:
1501 Colson Rd. 737-3496
Apostolic Church
ofJesus Christ:
1212 W. Re'nolds. 4"'-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant life: Pinecrest Rd.
lilthia, 685-4240
Bethany: 980 1 Harney Rd.
Thonotosassa. 986-5"!1
Calvar, Fellowship:
1110N Gordon St, "52-5005
Dover First: SR 57" & Pettie Rd,
689-0343
Faith Temple: I-i at
Hillsborough-Polk County
line. '52-0532
Faith lighthouse:
3409 SR39 N. "52-1885
First Plant City:
Charlie Griffin Rd,
W of SR 39 S, '52-3351
Fort 4Aafla: Corner of South
Hay. 39 & Su'iller Rd. "3"-- 656
Kesrille: SR 640. "3"--803
Mount Zion:
I-4 at [bonotosassa Rd. "52-1614
Pleasant Grove:
Turkey Creek Rd. '3'-3529
I ctor, Worship Center:
County line Rd. "54-6089
Sydney: SYrdne Rd. 1/10 mi. F
of Sydney-Dover Rd. 659-0532
Turkey Creek:
Turkey Creek Rd. "54-53"2
BAPTIST
Ahava: Turkey Creek Rd.
N. of SR 60, "3"-3739
Mafia Baptist:
222. lafla Church Rd. 63-4-8845
.Antioch: Horton Rd. "37-3240
Berea: SR 39 S. '3"-1232
Bethany: Cork Rd. '52-9209
Bethel: 804 W Renfro St.
"54-2239
Beulab: Allen & Countl Line Rd.
Lithia, "3'-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd.
52-28"5
Burchnvood temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 5"4. "52-3"82
Calvairi' Free Will:
3539 Trapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grove: F. Ke'srille Rd.
"3"-1234
Central of ilthia:
Pinecrest KeYsrille Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 E. Alsobrook. "52-3"40
Community Christian:
1310 N. Shannon Are. "51-5383
(rossroads: SR 39 S. Pinecrest.
"3"-1211
Dover Eastside: Couitryside
Baptist Church. 2820
Gallagher, 571-8200
Dover First: N. Gallagher Rd.
659-0203
Eastside: 1318 E. Calhoun St.
"5i-2681
East Thonolosassa: Mclcntosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd, 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 I: Washington St. '5-4-6661
First Baptist Church of
,M1idway: Miduway Rd, "52-7209


First Baptist Lithia:
Intersection of SR39 6
lithla-Pinerrest Rd. "3"-1121
First Plant City:
503 N. Palmer. "52-4104
First Thonolosassa missionaryy:
Mclntosh Rd. 986-4"56
Harmony Baptist Church:
6008 W. Knights Griffin Rd,
986-"165
Hopenell: SR 39 S. "3"-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Huy,
752-49'2
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
"52-2006
Lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd.
"54-5278
Mount .Moriah Freewill:
Warren &Johnson Si, 754-439-'
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd. "3'-1490
Mount Olive: 60- W Ball St.
"54-3834t
New' Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd.. Dover
Neu' lt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., "52-3985
Northside:
1"00 N. Franklin St. "52-2""9
Oakwood: Airport Rd, "52-5499
Plant City Primitive:
509 N. Evers St, 754-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-2556
Shiloh: 905 W. Terrace Dr..
"54-'+45
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road.
"54.-48"9
St. Luke Missionary:
108 S. Warnell St. "54-4992
St. Mar's Freewill:
Hunter & Warren St. "5q-6853
St. Marn' Missionary:
1804 S.R. 60E.. "3"-3668
St. Manr's Primitive Baptist
Church: 90" E. laura St,
"54-1616
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church:
544" S. Turkey Creek Rd.
'3"-1224
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd. "52- '890
I victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Westside: 2503 W. Granfleld Are.
"52-1450
Whitehuiirst Rd:
901 Whilehurst Rd, "54-5405
CATHOLIC
St. Clement: 110-i Alexander St.
"52-8251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
A. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder Rd,
-52-2"1
Cork: Cork Road. "52-1521
laura St: 1310 E. Laura St.
'52-2858
Springhead: Wiggins Rd,
"54-#185
CHRISTIAN
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd.
"52-5385
CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian:
Mcfntosh Rd. N of SR 5"4
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura SI
CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calvary Community:
5209 Smith-Ryals Rd
Dover: Downing St, 659-2900


Plant Citv: 2103 Mlndlake Rd.
"52-6591
Turkey (reek: Turkey Creek Rd
atSR 60. "3"-1331
Thonolosassa:
1-02 N. raylor Rd. 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson, Indiana)
Kingsua; First: 2808 Kinsnay;
V.. Seffner. 65"-'500
Plant Citv: Grace Fellowship
"13 Alsobrook St. 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St.
"52-6-38
Gospel Tabernacle:
Allen & tHaines St
EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
'52-5061
HOLINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 II. Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our lord:
"28 W. Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd. "54-3843
Restoration assembly :
106 S. Evers St.
Evangelists forJesus
Tabernacle:
SR 5"4. E. of Dover. 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Growth Center:
1310 N. Shannon. "19-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 E. Tomlin St. "54-1133
Deeper life Fellowship:
covilla Rd. W of SR 39 N.
Reviral Outreach Center:
225 N. Dover Rd, 681-2250
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:
3202 N. Marland Are, "52-
3345
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church of Jesus Christ IDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, "52-6364
LUTHERAN
Hope LIIS: 2001 Park Bird.
"52--622
lord of life ELC-I:
210-t Mud Lake Rd. "52-6064
NAZARENE
Wagoner Memorial:
2402 Mud lake Rd. "52-"863
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Calvary Chapel of Plant City:
2102 N. Park Rd. 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
B: Mclin Are.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd. "54-38#3
Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffner Elemenlar,
School. 65"-'914
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. "6--0929
Greater lore Christian Center:
1109 N. Franklin St. "59-82"0
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 F. Hillsborough Are.
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I'ini Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St. 659-2624
houman's Praise and Worship
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First Presbyterian Plant Cih':
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for their kindness, and for all they have
done in this case," he said. "They are
telling us that everything is right on
track and they feel strongly about mov-
ing this case to its conclusion. That is
music to our ears. At least then we will
know who did it and why this was
done. At this point it makes no sense to
us."
Kaiser said Darren and Heather were
in Minnesota for the Christmas holi-
days and they gave no indication that
anything was amiss.
"They were both upbeat about the
business," Kaiser said. "They talked
about remodeling the house in Plant
City. They were in the process of hiring
a mechanic to work on the cars as they
came in the shop. And there was noth-


ing that indicated they were disturbed
in any way about the business."
Kaiser and his daughter, Laurie
Sund, who lives nearby in Woodbury,
Minn., said that the family's faith has
helped them to deal with the tragedy.
"We are comforted by the thought
that heaven is our ultimate goal," Sund
said:.-"Both Darren and Heather loved
Christ. There is no doubt that they
have found their home in heaven."
"The police asked if Darren and
Heather could have had an enemy that
could have done this," Sund said. "But
they were not the kind of people to let
someone feel cheated or misused.
They were devout Christians.
Determined achievers. But they would
rather take a car back, or let someone
out of a contract if the customer was
not satisfied with the deal."
Plant City Police Chief Bill McDaniel
confirmed that detectives have talked


to past customers and feel that the Kai-
sers worked hard to get the customers
what they wanted.
"There is a strong indication that the
murderer carefully planned this attack,
knew how and when to confront the
couple, and wasted no time in the kill-
ing and doing whatever else was
intended. The killer, or killers, left the
crime scene almost immediately,"
McDaniel said.
"This was cold-blooded," McDaniel
said. "The killer had one thing in mind.
In these cases passion does not have to
run high. Motive is sometimes as cold
as the deed."
"Darren wasn't confrontational," Ed
Kaiser said. "If he thought there was a
problem he would have dealt with it, or
worked around it. There is no way he
would have allowed Heather to face
such danger."
A memorial service was held at the


Hosanna Lutheran Church in Forest
Lake Jan. 29. Sund said it was attended
by about 200 friends and family mem-
bers. The couple was buried two weeks
ago in Holiday, near New Port Richey-,
"The service was similar to what we
did in Florida," Sund said. "Family
members spoke of Darren and
Heather. We recalled our good times
and projected pictures of both of them
when they were young, when they first
met, and their lives together. It was a
good chance for people whd didn't get
to make the trip to Florida to remem-
ber who they were."
"We are talking about raising some
memorial or planting trees .in their
memory," Sund said. "But we haven't
settled on anything yet. Tell everyone
in Plant City that we are thankful for
their support. Please ask them to notify
the police regarding any evidence in
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Proficiency +
Teamwork = Math
Champions
They might be the Lions,
but Lincoln Elementary.
Magnet School's fourth-grade
Math Bowl team took to the
air when judges announced
they had taken first place in
the district competition Jan.
11 at Tampa's Twin Lakes Ele-
mentary.
"We were flying," said team
member Juan Dominguez.
To get to the district com-
petition, the five-member
team took second place at the
regional competition, which
Lincoln hosted in December.
Alafia Elementary took first in
the fifth-grade competition,
Limona Elementary won first
in the fourth-grade competi-
tion.
Teams are given 10 prob-
lems and scored according to
how many are answered cor-
rectly. Most are word prob-
lems.
Pupils take a test to get onto
the Math Bowl team, then
practice during Lincoln's
Math Academy. Angela
Wright-Massung, a teacher in
Lincoln's gifted program,
leads the team.
Team member Robby Knox
admitted that things some-
times get heated under the
pressure of competition.
"Sometimes, we yell and
complain, but we work it out,"
Knox said.
The fourth-graders weren't
the only ones to perform well
this year. The fifth-grade team
also took second place in the
regional competition.
On top of those results, the
school's fourth-grade Math
Tivitz team of Nicholas Wright


Special to The Courier
Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce chairman looks to
the future during the short
feature "From Wheels To
Hooves," played at the
chamber's annual Chairman's
Banquet Jan. 27.

and Matthew Mutert won in
the regional competition Jan.
20, also at Twin Lakes. The
districtwide competition will
be in April, then it could be on
to nationals in Orlando.
Tivitz is a game similar to
checkers that has players
doing math problems as they
move pawns around a board.
The Math Bowl champs
took home a medal and
trophy. On the way, they made
a well-earned stop at McDon-
alds.

Acting The
Chamber Way
Being president or chair-
man of the Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce, or
mayor or chief of police of
Plant City, is usually pretty
serious business.
But the chamber crowd has
established a tradition of play-
ing thespians for a day by
shooting a short film, adding
city officials to the cast and


TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
Lincoln Elementary's fourth-grade Math Bowl team, front row, took the district title at the
competition held last month in Tampa. They are, from left: Jordan Haggerty, Matthew Mutert,
Juan Dominguez and Robby Knox. Not shown is Nicholas Wright. The fifth-grade team, back row,
took second in the regional competition. From left: Qwantavius Mays, Caleb Jordan, Travis
Barlow, Stefone Nelson and Garrett Dryer. Not shown is Maura Wood.


playing it at the banquet.
Attendees are left roaring.
This year, the feature was
"From Wheels to Hooves,"
and had Plant City gangster
and wheeler and dealer Rick
Talksalot, played by chamber
chairman Rick Lott, swindling
the city into replacing its
police cars with patrol mules.
Some funny highlights, or is
it lowlights?:
Chamber president
Marion Smith playing herself,
sort- of, as Queen Marion,
complete with hot pink hat
and feather boa, dark shades
and cigarette holder. Other
chamber employee roles: Jane
Gonzalez as a pot smoking
hippie, and administrative
assistant Amy Nizamoff as a
schoolgirl. And communica-


tions director Nancy Benedict
as a nun.
City Manager Dave Sollen-
berger played himself, sort of,
as "Dave Settledown." At one
point, he's on the phone and
is asked by someone on the
other line if he "knows about
the mules at city hall." Settle-
down replies: "Do I know
about the mules at city hall?
I've worked with them for four
years!"
Mayor Mike Sparkman as
himself, though donning a
strawberry cape and king's
crown. In recognition of a
controversy that arose three
years ago when police were
given a higher raise than the
firefighters, Sparkman worries
about the political implica-
tions of giving the police


mules but not the firefighters.
City finance director Martin
Wisgerhof, also known as "Mr.
Wise Guy" deadpans, "We
don't think about the firefight-
ers."
Moments later, in a tele-
phone exchange, Wisgerhof
says, "I hope the mayor does-
ni't run again. He's getting a
little nutty."
The outtakes, however, got
the most laughs. Al Berry
joked that the Academy
Awards won't be banging
down Sparkman's door any-
time soon.
Destined to become a clas-
sic, though, is the shot of Rick
Lott sitting backwards on the
mule.

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LOVE


Continued From Page 1
"I'm too old for them to
want to talk about boys with
me," she said.
A mentor could help in
those areas, she said.
"I just hope it happens
soon," she said.

Only fail if you don't show up
Outlaw can't remember
what it was like not to be' a-
mother.
"It didn't come hard," she
said. "I've just never stopped
raising children.",
She had six of her own.
Then, for various reasons, she
was granted custody of the
grandchildren and great-
grandchildren who live with
her now: latin. 3: laiqua. 4;
Damian. 6; Carlos, 7; Ashante,
8; Danesha, 10; Xavier, 10,
Demetrius, 13; Katrice, 14; and
IDarja, 15.-
She's raised all but pne
since birth. Three she saved
from becoming wards of the
state and being separated
from their other two siblings.
One mother ,died, another
turned her children over to
Outlaw because she, wasn't
capable of caring for them.
Outlaw said.
Outlaw has custody of all 10
until they turn 18. Her
husband, Joseph, died 15
years ago.
Once an avid gardener who
grew vegetables to help put
food on the table, Outlaw was
forced to slow down a bit in


October when she suffered
three heart attacks and under-
went surgery to have a pace-
maker installed.
She gets by on Social Secu-
rity and money from the state
to help take care of the chil-
dren's needs. She said the
children are mature, caring
and help out around the house
to make things easier on her.
"We make out OK for one
simple reason the kids aren't
hard to please," she said.
Potential Bigs should keep
that in mind as they consider
whether to volunteer, Briggs
said. Children don't need
anything fancy, just some
undivided attention.
"The only way you can fail
at this is to not show up," she
said. "People sometimes hear
the word 'mentor' and it con-
jures up images of Mother
Teresa. We're really looking
for normal, average, everyday
people, people who
'understand that we all had
someone who helped us out
along the way."
Higs must be 18 or older and
willing to commit to the pro-
gnim tor onr- year A criminal
ba:kgroiind hr-cL and inter-
.view is required
Briggs points out that the
children and parents In It,,.
priio.rirn have rf.-1114.A:..l the
mentor, so volunteers don't
need to fear L.in;g played in a
*.iii.i 'ni where r .-re inot
'.'in'-l Mentors are coupled


with the same race only if the
child or family makes such a
request.
Mary Outlaw and her chil-
dren are open to all races,
Briggs said. .
The organization's difficulty
in finding mentors for the
Outlaw family is typical in
Plant City. where volunteers
for the program have been
scarce. Onl\ about 30 of the
1,069 active volunteers for Big
Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa
Bay are in Plant City, .Briggs
. said.
The organization also has a
program called "Bigs in
Schools," where the. mentor
can be high school-aged.
Walden Lake Elementary is
currently the only Plant City-
area school participating.
Other schools have asked, but
Briggs has had to say no
because of the lack of men-
tors.
"I think people don't realize
that we're in Plant City and
that we need volunteers there
as much as anywhere," Briggs
said.

Benefit is mutual
Air Force Tech Sgt. Michelle
Meadows told herself she
wanted to be a Big Sister long
before she made the commit-
ment.
I l-i ii '.1 showed a pre-teen
girl around M NI. i il Air Force
fase, where Meadows is sta-
l !,, I, ,1 il l .ll ii it lif --l .


She signed up and in Septem-
berv-Was paired with Ashante,
the youngest of the Outlaw
girls.
"It gives me the opportunity
to invest in someone else and
give back to the community,"
said Meadows, who has a
young daughter ofher own.
Meadows said Ashante
'clammed up" -at first. "Now
she's just a chatterbox,"
Meadow. said. "The more she
opens up, the more I'm able to
come in."
The program doesn't
require the Big to spend a lot
of money, though they should
expect to pay the way for their
Little if the pair decide to eat
out or do something that
requires an admission fee.
Meadows and Ashante go to
the movies, shop and talk
about what Ashante has writ-
ten in the journal she keeps to
bring Meadows up to date
each week. Meadows stays
abreast of how Ashante is
doing in school and they talk
about ways to improve when
needed.
"She's like my real sister,"
Ashante said.
Mleadowy, said the benefit is
mutual.
"You learn from each other.
It's not just give, give, give,"
she said.

'A real joy'
Briggs, said studies show
that children in the program


do better in school, are less
likely to fight and generally
have more self-esteem. .
But the children are also
treated to things they may
never have experienced
before, such as eating in a sit-
down restaurant, taking their
first trip to the beach or trying
new foods. Relationships can
last for years.
Briggs said the largest family
the Tampa Bay organization
had six children.
I "It took us a while but we
were able to match all of
them," Briggs said.
The Outlaw children say
they are ready to spend some
time with a new friend.
Darja, the oldest at 15,-
admits she often feels trapped
at home. She loves to shop
and hit China Buffet.
Katrice, 14, said she loves to
talk and so would like a Big
who is "outgoing and easy to
talk to."
"I just want somebody that
can play with me," said
Danesha, 10.
Meadows said she expects
she'll stay in touch with
Ashante even if Meadows is
transferred to another base.
."It's just been a real joy,"
Meadows said. "If people step
out and do it, they will, too."
To find out how to volun-
teer, call Big Brothers Big Sis-
ters of Tampa Bay at 287-2210,
or visit www.bbbsfl.org.









COURT
Continued From Page 3
said. "I am looking forward to the
whole experience. It is our turn to be
the role model for young girls whd look
up to us and what we are doing. This
will be something we will all cherish.
for the rest of our lives."
Sandee Sytsma, the who oversees
the queen and court during the year,
said she is impressed with this year's
winners.
"All the girls who competed were
very polished and had a stage presence
that seemed beyond their years," Syt-
sma said. "Ashley and the court mem-
bers are all very talented and will do a
great job for us throughout the year.
Each year, the girls seem to get better
and better. We are looking to have a
very full and exciting year."
First Maid Caycee Hampton is a
Plant City High senior, rated fifth or
sixth in her class, "but who's count-
ing," she said, with a 5.96 grade point
average.
At 17, she has her future pretty much
planned out.
"I plan to attend the University of
Florida and study journalism and law,"
Hampton said. "I want to be a media
and entertainment attorney."
Hampton's skills in public speaking
will also lend well to her career choice.
In-2002, she was the FFA champion
in creed speaking and the state Opti-
mist Club oratorical champion. In
2003, she won the state FFA prepared
speech championship, and-the Rotary
Club extemporaneous oratorical com-
petition state championship.
In 2004, she was a state delegate at
Girls State in Tallahassee and was


elected commissioner of agriculture.
In January of this year, she was the
Plant City American Legion Post 26
regional extemporaneous oratory
champion and will compete in the
state championship later this spring.
"We were all raised in Plant City,"
Hampton said. "We have been exposed
to many of these festivals. Now we get
to wear the jewels and the matching
outfits and dresses, with all the glitz
and the glamour. Believe me, this is
something special. This is real. It's not
about one person. It is about all of us. I
can hardly believe it."
Catie Walker, an 18-year-old senior
at Plant City High, said she is excited
about being a part of the 2005 court
because they are all friends.
"There is a bond between us
already," she said. "We have a solid
foundation to carry us through the
year. We should work well as a team
and be able to focus more on our
service to the community. It is a big
plus that we all get along."
Walker's grandparents, Belma and
Nannette Riley, came to Plant City and
also settled in the northeast side of
town near Cherry Street and Park
Road. Her father, Doug, owns and
operates Diamond W Rodeo in Bra-
denton. Her mother, Nannette, works
in an insurance agency in Riverview.
Her 14-year-old brother, Tyler, came
to the pageant with the rest of the fam-
ily, but the whole thing must have
been too much for him.
"Tyler took about 100 pictures dur-
ing the pageant, but when I went down
into the seating area when the pageant
was over to see my family Tyler had
fallen asleep," Walker said. "I guess his
job was done."
"I'm looking forward to the festival


and lots and lots of strawberries,"
Walker said. "I wonder if they will let us
eat all the strawberries that we want?"
Walker wants to teach elementary
education and plans to attend the Uni-
versity of South Florida in the fall.
Amy Stewart, 18, is home schooled
and is a registered senior at Faith Aca-
demy in Lakeland.
"After talking with the members of
this court, it is obvious that we all have
the same goal in mind," Stewart said.
"We want to represent Plant City and
the community in the best way possi-
ble. There is so much for us to do. It
will be demanding. And it will be-hard
to do more than the 2004 queen's
court did for the community, but we
are going to try."
Stewart recalled that as a little girl
she looked up to pageant contestants
and imagined herself in their place.
"You know that all the girls are beau-
tiful and smart," Stewart said. "To be a
part of that is every little girl's dream.
We want to be role models for the little
girls in the community, and all the
people that we represent," she said.
"Stewart is the daughter of Anthony
and Donna Stewart, and enjoys spend-
ing time with family and friends. She is
already involved in helping the com-
munity through her church and will
attend Florida Southern College in
Lakeland, majoring in medical admi-
nistration.
Brooke Ellis, 18, is a Plant City High
senior. She is following a long line of
family members who have competed
in the queen's pageant.
"Being the Strawberry Festival
queen is like being the Miss America of
Plant City," Ellis said. "It is an awe-
some honor. I am so proud to be a part
of this. I have looked forward to this


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day my entire life."
Ellis said her family has ties to Plant
City that go back five generations.
Her grandparents, Bonnie and the
late Roy Ellis, have long been
instrumental in the growth of the com-
munity. Their close affiliation with the
Plant City campus of Hillsborough
Community College prompted the city
to name a new park near the campus
after their families. The Ellis-Methvin
Park will contain tennis courts and
passive recreation areas and will be
completed later this year.
She describes the activities per-
formed by the queen and her court as a
community service and a family
tradition.
"My great-aunt on my mother's
side, Edwana Snowden, was the Straw-
berry Queen years ago (1951)," Ellis
said. "My Aunt Phyllis (Head) was
queen in 1973. Her sisters, including
my mom, all took part in the festival.
And my sister was a Top 10 finalist in
1998. Pageants are a tradition in our
family. I was in the Festival Baby
Parade as a kid, and won best person-
ality and most beautiful float. The
whole pageant thing is something that
just keeps its excitement year after
year."
Ellis and Hampton have been com-
peting in pageants ever since they
were 3 and share some of the same
titles.
During a recent trip to Tampa,
someone asked Hampton what was
like to come in second in the Straw-
berry Queen pageant.
"I told him it was like being the
Princess of Wales," Hampton said.
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buffet and one free drink.
Companies interested in
sponsorships of the event can
contact the same number.
To purchase advance tick-
ets, call 754-3703.

SATURDAY
Little Miss Plant City
The Plant City Junior Wom-


en's Club will hold its annual
Little Miss Plant City pageant
Feb. 5 at 6 p.m. at Tomlin
Middle School, 501 N. Wood-
row Wilson St.
Tickets are $8.
Former Little Miss Plant
City title holders are invited to
enjoy reserved seating and
participate in the -annual
Parade of Queens.
To reserve you seat or for
more information call contest
director, Courtney Singletary,
477-8293.


Jr. Miss Plant City
The Jr. Elite Women's Club
of Plant City will hold its 21st
annual Jr. Miss Plant City
pageant Feb. 5 at 7:30 p.m. at
the Dr. Martin Luther King
Recreation Center.
Tickets are $8.
Call: Sharon Moody, 707-
8490 or 453-7134, or Essie
Jenkins at 754-4654.

Mardi Gras at St. Clement
St. Clement Catholic Church
will host a Mardi Gras celebra-


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campus at 1104 N. Alexander
St.
The event will feature
music, Cajun food and prizes.
Costumes are encouraged.
Tickets are $13.00 each or 2
for $25.00. A children's menu
of hot dog, chips and drink
will be available for $5.
Call: 757- 6234 or 752 -
0665.

Flea market
Strawberry Square Dance
Hall, 4401 Boot Bay Road, will
hold a flea market Feb. 5 from
8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The sale will include clothes,
tools, household items, baked
goods, and other
miscellaneous items.
Call: 754: 8725.

Bike fest
The Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce hosts
its Bike Fest the first Saturday
of every month from 5 to 9
p.m. in and around McCall
Park.
The next fest will be Feb. 5.

Unity fundraiser
Unity in the Community, a
fundraising group whose
mission is to help feed Plant
City's needy, offers food
during the Bike Fest and

COMMENTARY
Continued From Page 7
Science vs. religion
Of course, many devout
would disagree.
To them, creationism,
which says that the we are
made by God's hand, or the'
newer notion of "intelligent
design," which is less specific
when it says that certain
features of the universe and of
living things are best
explained by an intelligent
cause rather than an undi-
rected process such as natural,
selection, should also have a
place in public schools.
Creationism is not science.
It is religion. It is faith. And
"intelligent design" is simply
creationism wearing a more
scientific mask. Neither can
be defined as scientific
theory. Remember, a theory
must be based on studies of
facts and observations, what
is "actual" that is, what we
can see, what we can study.
"The arguments of cre-
ationists are not driven by
evidence that can be observed
in the natural world," points
out the National Academy of
Science in its piece called
"Science and Creationism."
"Special creation or
supernatural intervention is
not subjectable to meaningful
tests, which require predict-
ing plausible results and then
checking these results
through observation and
experimentation.
"Indeed," the academy
continues, "claims of 'special
creation' reverse the scientific
process. The explanation is
seen as unalterable, and
evidence is sought only to
support a particular conclu-
sion by whatever means
possible.'"
What, then, is the justifica-
tion for creationism or
intelligent design being
included in a public school
curriculum? Why must this be
revisited once again?


Strawberry Classic Car Show
at the Plant City Community
Bingo Hall, 105 Arden Mays
Blvd., from 5 to 9 p.m.
The group sells hot dogs,
Polish sausage, chips, cookies,
cakes and pie, and coffee, soda
and water.
The next sale will be during
the Feb. 5 Bike Fest.
Call: 752-1275.

Roast beef, ham supper
First United Methodist
Church of Dover, 13957 Meth-
odist Church Road, will hold a
supper Feb. 5 from 4:30 to 6:30
p.m.
The menu includes roast
beef or ham, mashed potatoes
and gravy, green beans, cole
slaw, rolls, dessert, and tea or
coffee.
Cost is $6 for adults $2.50
for children.

SUNDAY
Meeting on new park
The City of Plant City Recre-
ation & Parks Department will
hold a public meeting on Feb.
9 from 6 to 7 p.m. in the con-
ference room at the Recrea-
tion & Parks Department
administrative offices, 1904 S.
Park Road
The sole subject for discus-
sion at is a grant application
for Ellis-Methvin Park. Call:
659-4255.


Because those who feel
theology has a place in public
schools, and who think that
maybe church and state are a
little too separate, have been
emboldened by George W.
Bush, who has put his faith at.
the forefront of his presi-
dency. And now, with his re-
election, we're heading full
steam down this familiar
road.
But Bush's faith and that of
religious conservatives bent
on putting religion and
creationism in public schools
is not going to make it any
less unconstitutional or
unscientific to do so. Nor will
it make the Dover, Pa., school
board look any less ridiculous
to those who have even an
inkling of how science is
defined and, thus, what
should be included in a
science curriculum.
In November of last year,
.the small town south of
Harrisburg made national
news when its school board
voted 6-3 to mandate that
Dover Area High School make
students "aware of gaps/
problems" in the theory of
evolution. Their ninth-grade
curriculum now must include
theAheory of intelligent
design.
At the forum last week, our
own county's school board
member Candy Olson chose
more tempered words than
her colleague Faliero when
responding to the student
who asked about creationism
in schools, saying that the
district's Division of Curricu-
lum and Instruction "needs to
look at" the issue.
I can only hope that some
of the fundamentals of
science and constitutional law
are included in that review.

Tony Marrero is editor of
The Courier.




FEBRUARY 3,2005 THE COURIER 15


WORSHIP


OFFERINGS

Contemporary worship
Bethany Baptist Church,
3409 N. Cork Road, offers a
contemporary worship service
each Saturday at 6 p.m.
Call: 752-9209.

Lord of Life Lutheran Church
Lord of Life Lutheran
Church, 2104 Mud Lake Road,
plans the following events:
Sunday worship schedule,
Feb. 6: contemporary worship
service, 8:30 a.m.; congrega-
tional annual meeting, 9:30
a.m.; traditional worship
service, 10:30 a.m. The theme
will be Scout Sunday. Cub
Scouts of Pack 733 and others.
are invited to be recognized at
the 10:30 service.
Special Lenten services:
Feb. 9, 16 and 23 and March 2
at 6:45 p.m. Beginning with
Ash Wednesday and


continuing on the Wednes-
days in Lent, the special 6:45
p.m. services will look at
"Living Wet: Living out the
Promise of Baptism."

'Call to Prayer'
Call to Prayer 2005 will be
held every Friday at noon from
Feb. 4 through March 18 at the
Cornerstone Center, 315 N.
Collins St.
Everyone is welcome to par-
ticipate in the 40-day emphasis
on prayer during Lent, which
is sponsored by Somebody
Cares Plant City and is meant
as a preparation for the Easter
season.
A different area pastor will
lead the prayer each week.
Rev. Alan Beaver of First
United Methodist will lead
Feb. 4.
Call: Rev. Norm Blanton,
752-4671.

Gospel music
The new Glory Bounds will


perform Feb. 5 at 7 p.m. at
Church of God of Prophecy,
11607 Grovewood Ave.
Call: Dee Pitts, 752-2778.


Championship Sunday
First Baptist Church of
Pleasant Grove, 7725 Turkey
Creek Road, will celebrate
Championship Sunday Feb. 6
starting at 5 p.m. Everyone is
welcome to attend the evening
worship service followed by a
fellowship time while watch-
ing the Super Bowl on a big-
screen TV.
Call: 737-2556.


Ash Wednesday at St. Clement
St. Clement Catholic
Church, 1104 N. Alexander St.,
offers the following Ash
Wednesday Mass schedule on
Feb. 9: English, 8 a.m., 4:30
p.m. and 6 p.m.; Spanish, 8
p.m.
Call: 752-8251.


Gospel group
Lone Oak Baptist Church,
3505 W. Lone Oak Road, will
host gospel performers The
Beene Family Feb. 13 at the 10:
45 a.m. service. A love offering
will be accepted.
Call: 754-5278.

Programs at First Presbyterian
First Presbyterian Church of
Plant City, 404 W. Reynolds
St., continues its Wednesday
programs through the winter
and spring.
The day program begins at 7
a.m. with an Ecumenical
Men's Bible Study, and con-
tinues at 9:30 a.m. with the
Wednesday Ladies' Bible
Study. The evening program
begins at 6 with a dinner fol-
lowed by a study time with the
Rev. Delph at 6:45.
The study for the next few
weeks will focus on "People
Who Knew Jesus."
Children's choir practice
and the youth group meet at 6:


45 p.m. Adult choir practice
begins at 7:30 p.m.
There is a small charge for
dinner. Reservations for
dinner are preferred but not
required.
Call: 752-4211.

First Baptist offers courses
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St., offers
several training classes:
"Living Beyond Yourself,"
a Beth Moor Bible study for
women, 4 to 6:15 p.m. Sun-
days. Also offered at 9 a.m.
Friday.
"Frazzled Females" and
"Witness Training," both at 5
to 6:15 p.m. Sunday.
*"Divorce Care," 4 to 6:15
p.m., and "Single Parenting
That Works. "Biblical Evidence
from the Empty Tomb,"
"Study of the Book of Revela-
tion," and "Boundaries With
Kids," all from 5 to 6:15 p.m.
Sunday.
Call: 752-4104.


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DEATHS

Barwick
Newell L. Barwick, 85, of
Lithia died Jan. 23.
He was born in Winter
Haven and was a longtime res-
ident of Lithia.
He was a locomotive engi-
neer for Mobil for 48 years and
a member of Pleasant Grove
Assembly of God.
He is survived by his wife,
Amanda; two daughters, Gail
Walker and Carole Muse; nine
grandchildren; 14 great-
grandchildren; and two great-
great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.


Bassinger
Robert D. "Bert" Bassinger,
24, of Plant City died Jan. 22.
He was born in Tampa and


was a lifelong resident of Plant
City.
He was a concrete finisher.
He is survived by his fian-
cee, Brandee McElfresh; his
mother and stepfather, Karen
and Jose Briseno; two broth-
ers, Phillip R. and Randall; a
sister, Leanne Bundrick;
several nephews and nieces
and one great-nephew and
one great-niece.
Hopewell Funeral Home.


Bone
Rodney D. "Buff" Bone, 37,
of Dover died Jan. 22.
He was born in Cum-
berland, Md., and came here
from Cumberland as a teen-
ager.
He worked in real estate.
He is survived by three chil-
dren, Cooper, Griffin and
Daryn, all of Tampa; his father,
David E. Sr. of Dover; his


mother, Carol Harman of
Petersburg, W.Va.; a brother,
David; and three sisters,
Robin, Kimberly and Kayla.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Bugg
William E. Bugg, Sr., 82, of
Lithia died Jan. 25.
He was born in Plant City
and was a lifelong resident of
the area. He was a Navy vet-
eran of World War II and was a
maintenance superintendent
for Mobile Chemical Corp.
He is survived by his wife,
Bettie; two sons, William E. Jr.
of Colorado and John V. of
Plant City; four daughters,
Deborah E. Kieser of Fort
Lonesome, Celia Hill of Fort
Myers, Betsy Caul of Athens,
Ohio, and Jonna Scott of Port
Orange; eight grandchildren;
and six great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.


Bundrum
Annie P. Bundrum, 100, of
Plant City died Jan. 26.
She was born in Ideal, Ga.,
and came here from Tifton,
Ga., in 1926.
She was a lunchroom cook
for Burney Elementary
School.
She was a member of Plant
City First Assembly of God.
She is survived by two sons,
Richard C. of Tampa and
Edward M. of Kissimmee; two
daughters, Peggy E. Tew and
Linda K. Lester, both of Plant
City; 14 grandchildren; 25
great-grandchildren and 19
great-great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Gordon
Mildred Gordon, 81, of
Plant City died Jan. 26.
She was born in Plant City


and was a lifelong resident.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by a son,
Toby F. of Georgia; a daughter,
Margarite Davidson of Dover;
a brother, Charles Cooper of
Dover; and four sisters, Leona
Pettis, June Facitt, Loyce Sikes,
and Joyce Robert.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Harvey
Mary R. Harvey, 79, of
Cocoa died Jan. 24.
She was a real estate agent
in and around Citrus County.
She is survived by her
husband-of 50 years, John; a
son, Chuck; two daughters,
Jaunee and Kathy; a brother,
James Crocker; four grand-
children; and a great-grand-
son.
East Coast Cremation,
Rockledge.


If you would like to submit an item to The Courier, email it to tmarrero@mediageneral.com.


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year. The chamber hosted
more than 200 teachers at the
2004 New Teacher Coffee, and
volunteers at the Tourist
Information Center gave
thousands of volunteer hours
to help guide more than 14,000
visitors, she said.
Closshey also pointed out
that chamber officials aided
the city in a number of ways,
such as providing a recom-
mendation for the new sign
ordinance as well as water and
library impact fees.
She thanked her family,
including husband Charles
and daughter Charleene, for
their support during the hectic
year.
Chamber officials presented
a special plaque to Closshey
for her "dedication and com-
mitment" to the organization.


Closshey presented former
chamber chairman Bill
Ulbricht with the Chairman's
Award for his service.
Several other volunteers
also accepted plaques in rec-
ognition of their efforts. Fran
Johnson, one of the original
volunteers of the chamber's
Tourist Information Center,
and Ralph Ambrose, another
center volunteer, were given
volunteer appreciation
awards.
Judy Martin, head of the
South Florida Baptist Hospital
Foundation, accepted the
Chamber Support Award.
Jodi Smith was Ambassador
of the Year.
The Amnbas.-,ador Team of
the Year team award went to
Team No. 1, led by Betty
Tower and Bruce Rodwell.


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SPORTS


Durant Girls Lose In Final


PC BOYS DOMINATE IN OPENER
By DABEK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
In order to get back to Fort Lauder-
dale, site of the state. soccer finals, the
Durant girls are going to have to hit the
road.
Last week the Cougars qualified for
the region playoffs by advancing to the
Class 6A-District 6 finals against Bloo-
mingdale, but lost 1-0.
Tonight in Orlando, Durant faces
Timber Creek in a region quarterfinal. If
the Cougars win, its next game will be
played in West Palm Beach. Last year,
Durant won its district and advanced all
the way to the state finals.
Meanwhile, the 6A-6 boys tourna-
ment is being held this week at Bloo-
mingdale. Durant's boys saw their
season come to an end Monday with a
3-0 loss to the Bulls, but Plant City set
itself up for a possible trip to the region-
als.
The Raiders dominated Riverview
behind a four-goal outburst from Kyle
McGimsey. Plant City was scheduled to
take on Sarasota Wednesday night. If
Plant City won, it will play Friday night
in the district finals and automatically
advance to the region playoffs.
Durant's girls played Bloomingdale
tight last Thursday, much more so than
in their 7-1 defeat Jan. 7. Unfortunately,
like in the previous meeting, the Cou-
gars had a key player get injured. Full-
back Danya Conrad damaged the
anterior cruciate ligament in her knee
and is out for the rest of the season.
"Not a good time to lose one more of
our starters," said first-year Durant head
coach Ron Evans. "It's bad enough we
lost 10 seniors, but now we keep losing


our starters."
Evans was able to get a first-hand
look at Timber Creek's win in its district
championship .game, 3-2, against St.
Cloud. The Wolves don't have an over-
whelming record at 14-7, but they play a
tough schedule situated amidst several
state powers in Orlando.
"They are big and physical, but I think
we maybe a bit quicker," Evans said. "If
we can control the pace, we can make
our runs out of the middle and put some
pressure on them quick. It will be a good
game no matter what."
Last year, Timber Creek won its dis-
trict, drawing Bloomingdale in the first
round. The visiting Bulls easily dis-
patched the Wolves, 4-1.
The Cougars reached the district final
by beating Sarasota Riverview 2-0 last
Tuesday. Danielle Shockley and Gabi
Rivera scored the goals and freshman
Brooke Van Aman had two assists.
Megan Bowers recorded the shutout
with eight saves.
If the Cougars (11-4-3) win tonight,
they will be a visitor regardless of who
wins between Palm Beach Central and
Wellington (West Palm). Wellington
was ranked No. 8 in the final regular-
season poll, while Palm Beach Central
was just outside the top 10.
Should Durant win two games to
reach the region final, the Cougars
would likely get a rematch with Bloo-
mingdale. That would be a welcome
circumstance, since the alternative
would be another long road trip to Vero
Beach or Boca Raton.
The Durant boys had an encouraging
end to the regular season, a 4-2 win last
week against Newsome. But that
momentum couldn't carry over to
Monday when the Cougars were shut
See SOCCER, Page 19


DAVE BUYENS/Photo
Durant's Brittany Tortorella tries to cut off Bloomingdale's Marissa Kazbour
at midfield during the teams' district final game. Bloomingdale beat the
Cougars 1-0, but Durant still made the regional playoffs as the district runner-
up. Durant travels to Orlando tonight to face Timber Creek the first round.


Basketball Teams Gear Up

For District Tournaments


Photo courtesy Plant City Parks and Recreation Department

Skillful hoopsters
On Saturday at Tomlin Middle School, the Tri-Star Basketball Skills Contest was held. Youth
ages 8 to 13 competed in single age groups with 64 total participants judged on dribbling,
passing and shooting. The winners were: Amber Harwell and Christopher Collins, 8-year-
olds; Lauren Ogden and Tyler Almon (9); Ceci Fussell and T.J. Peterson (10); Jalonda Lancaster
and Max Giriling (11); Brittany Moll and Brown Peterson (12); and Monique Jones and David
O'Callaghan (13). Just a 10-year-old, T.J. Peterson scored the highest of any age group with
172 points. Second- and third-place finishers pictured included, in the girls divisions, Deanna
Rodriguez, Kenee Lee, Nicole Arnold, Amanda Williamson, Cathleen Evans, Brittany Butler,
Lauren Morris and Brittany Harwell, while boys finishers included P.J. Almon, Cameron
Knight, Jacari Stevens, Jaynil Patel, Shawn Loftus, Jakob Beverly, Troy Perez, Kendall Lee,
Brian Collins, Taylor Mashburn, Cody Fliehman and Blair Butler.


SARASOTA SQUADS
TOP SEEDS
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Though both the boys and
girls Class 6A-District 6 bas-
ketball tournaments will take
place in Hillsborough County,
the teams from Sarasota will
be the ones to beat.
Sarasota Riverview and
Sarasota are seeded 1-2 for
the girls tournament, which
starts Tuesday at Riverview
High. That's also how the
boys teams will stack up at
the top when that event gets
under way in two weeks.
Durant's girls, severely
hampered when leading
scorer Courtney Chasten suf-
fered a shoulder injury in
December, went 0-10 in dis-'
trict play. They will play host
Riverview, the third seed,
Tuesday at 8 p.m.
Before that, Plant City,
seeded fifth, meets Blooming-
dale at 6:30. The winner of
that game plays Sarasota Riv-
erview next Thursday at 6:30.
In the latest Class 6A state
rankings, Sarasota Riverview
is No. 6. The Lady Rams are
led by University of South
Florida signee Shantia Grace,
who recently became the
school's all-time leading
scorer.
The Durant-Bloomingdale
winner will take on Sarasota


in the other semifinal, with the
winners meeting for the dis-
trict title Feb. 12 at 7 p.m.
Durant's boys were still
looking for a win against one
of the Sarasota squads, after
falling to Sarasota 63-48 last
week. Those clubs were sched-
uled to meet again last night at
Durant in the Cougars last
home game of the regular
season. Durant then visits the
county's No. 1 team, Brandon,
Friday before trips to Tampa
Bay Tech and Sickles.
On Friday, the Cougars took
a big step toward securing the
No. 3 seed in the district.
Durant beat Bloomingdale at
home, turning a slim 16-15
halftime lead into a blowout
with an 18-2 third-quarter
run. The final was 48-29.
Durant then improved to
12-6 by beating Hillsborough
Saturday, 67-59.
Martin Harvey led the Cou-
gars in scoring in both victo-
ries, scoring 11 and 15,
respectively.
Plant City had a quality dis-
trict win over Bloomingdale
last week, led by a .28-point
effort from Jason Brown, who
then on Saturday broke out for
36 points in the Raiders' over-
time loss to Armwood.
Sarasota Riverview, ranked
No. 9 in the state in 6A, locked
up the top seed in the district
by winning its duel with Sara-
sota last week, 55-49. The
Rams improved to 18-4 overall
and 9-1 in district.





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SPORTS BRIEFS

SOCCER
Valrico D-league
final registration
Valrico Soccer Club will
hold its final registration for
the spring season of its D-
League recreational soccer
program Feb. 13 at the red
clubhouse at the soccer fields
on Sydney Dover Road.
Children ages 4 to 14 are
eligible to play.
A copy of child's birth certif-
icate and identification of


parent or guardian are needed.
Cost is $75 per player.
Season runs April 2 to May
21.
E-mail: valricodleague@y-
ahoo.com.

Lancers players sought
The Plant City Lancers
under-12 travel soccer team
seeks two experienced players
who were born between Aug.
1, 1992, and July 31, 1993.
Call: Chris Black, 299-2449.


SOCCER


Continued From Page 18
out, ending its season with a
3-8-2 record. Durant should
be stronger for it next year, as
the team had more freshmen
on the roster (10) than seniors
(only four).
Plant City played Riverview
to a pair of ties during the
season, but the fourth-seeded
Raiders rolled the Sharks 5-2
on Monday night. McGimsey's
four goals all came in the first
half.
Two key Raiders were miss-
ing in the game, center mid-
fielder Cheyne Roberts and
goalie K.C. Keller. Roberts was
expected back for Wednes-
day's game, but Keller has a
broken thumb. In his place
freshman Alex De La Garza,
who had only played one full


game in goal this season, came
up with some strong saves
Monday.
Jonathan Dupree and Colin
Gill both had two assists and
Alex Miranda shut down Riv-
erview's top scorer Remo Her-
nandez. Michael Fekete and
Patrick Hines also keyed a
defensive effort that limited
the Sharks to only six shots,
compared to 18 for Plant City.
Sarasota is the top seed.
Sarasota Riverview, the No. 2
seed, was to play No. 3 Bloo-
mingdale in Wednesday's
other semi. The winners meet
one another Friday night with
the district title on the line.
Both district finalists
advance to the regional tour-
nament next Thursday.


4 Cadet Teams Still Undefeated


OPTIMIST HOOPS SEASON HEATS UP
StaffReport
Nearly a month into the season, four of 16
teams remain undefeated in the Cadet League
of the Plant City Recreation and Parks
Department/Optimist Youth Basketball Pro-
gram.
The Spurs, Bullets and Hornets are all 5-0
while the Dolphins are 4-0 in the league for 8-
to 10-year-olds.
On Saturday at the Plant City YMCA, Colby
Diers scored 19 points to lead the Bullets over
the Mavericks 42-21. The Bullets are tied with
the Spurs, who won Thursday night, atop the
American Division.
In the National Division, the Hornets
improved to 5-0 with a 32-22 win over the
Bears Saturday. Cecilia Fussell scored 21. Three
teams, the Bulls, Grizzlies and Otters, are 4-1
and in a tight bunch at the top of the National
standings.
The 4-0' Dolphins dealt the Bulls their first
loss, a close 21-18 decision on Saturday. Tyler
Peterson had 16 points for the Fins. Jacob
Beverly had 16 as the Grizzlies topped the
Bucks, 36-23, and the Otters got by the Tigers,
23-20, thanks in part to 16 points from Jona-
than O'Toole.


Earlier this season, the Hornets nearly were
beaten by the Otters, but won 29-27.
Friday night the Warriors won a battle of 3-0
teams, 34-25, over the Wizards to take a half-
game lead in the National Division of the
Junior Boys League (11-13). Duran Lowe had
15 and brother Durrell added seven for the
Warriors while Anthony DoVale had 11 for the
Wizards. Earlier in the week the Warriors gave
the Packers its first loss, 39-21. The Coyotes,
who got 15 points from Ross Kip in a recent 37-
23 win over the Clippers, were 3-0 coming into
this week. The Celtics improved to 3-1 Thurs-
day with a 36-32 win against the Raiders, with
Bud O'Callaghan scoring 22.
One team, the Hawks at 3-0, managed to stay
perfect through last week in the American Divi-
sion. The Magic were close behind at 3-1 after
beating the 76'ers, 38-18, last week.
Most up for grabs is the Senior League (14-
16), where after last week two clubs were 3-1
and another pair sported 3-2 records. And
another team, the Nuggets; are in fifth place at
2-3 but yet dealt the Braves its only loss.
And in the Junior girls league, the Comets
are 4-0 with the Stars and Nets tied for second
place at 3-1. Last week, Arielle Durant scored
28 points as the Comets gave the Stars its first
loss, 36-30. Victoria Capezza scored 18 for the
Stars.


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CITY OF PLANTCITY, FLOR- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
IDA action has been filed
NOTICE AND ORDER OF against you and that you
CONDEMNATION are required to service a
CASE NO: 4638-1004 copy of your written de-
fenses, ifanyto iton Alfon-
TO: Katherine A. Brock so Lozano whose address
4507Airport Road is 3968 Hammond Dr, Mul-
Plant City, Fl 33566 berry FL 33860. on or be-
fore-february 21, 2005 and
cc: Creamy Rich Pension file the original with the
Plan clerk of this COurt at 302 N.
Andrew M. Phillips Trustee MichiganAve, PlantCIty, Fl
5124 Lithia Springs, Fl 33563 before service on Oe-
33547 titioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do
Re: Condemnation of 4507 so, a default may be en-
Airport Road tered against you forth re-
lief demanded in the peti-
An inspection of the build- tion.
ing or structure at the.
above location and further Copies of all court docu-
described as: ments in this case, includ-
ing orders, are available at
Real Property. located at the Clerk of the Circuit
4507 Airport Road. Folio Court's office. You may re-
#203250-0400. view these documents up-
on request.
Sub-standard Structure
You must keep the Clerk of
The repairs necessary to the Circuit Court's office
bring the building or struc- notified ofyourcurrent ad-
ture in compliance with or- dress. (You may file Notice
finances of the City of of Current Address, Florida
Plant City and the esti- Supreme Court Approved
mates costs thereof, to- Family Law FOrm 12,915.)
gether with the estimated Future papers in this law-
value of the same after re- suit will be mailed to the
pairsaremorefullyseforth address on record at the
in the addendum attached clerk's office.
hereto.
WARNING:Rule 12.285
Accordingly, it is the find- Florida Family Law Rules of
ngofthe uiedindinspec- Procedure, requires cer-
tor that the building or tain automatic disclosure
structure is damaged, de- of documents and informa-
teriiorated or defective to tion. failure to comply can
such an etent that the cost result in sanctions, includ-
of such restoration and re- ing dismissal or striking of
pair will exceed fifty per pleadings.
cent (50%) of the value
thereof after such restora- Dated: 1/19/2005
tion or repair and consti-
tutes a public nuisance as CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
defined in Chapter 78, of COURT
Plant City Code. BY: ELLENP. NEUBAUM
Deputy Clerk
You are required that'the
building or structure on NO:8458 1/27;2/3;10;17,05
said premises be demol-
ished and removed by De- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
member 13th, 2004. THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
Ifthe above is not complet- HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
ed by the specified date, it FLORIDA
then become necessary
that the work be accom- Case No: 05-01063
polished in accordance with Division: A
the provisions of the
above mentioned ordi- AMBERMAYWOERNER
nance and all costs thereof Petitioner
taxed as a lien against the ioner
real property a ove de- and
scribed. The ordinance fur-
ther specifies that foreclo- DENNY KENTWOERNER
sure proceedings be taken Respondent
in the event of a failure topondent
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Dated this 12th day of Oc- RIAGEOLUTION OFMAR
tober2004 TO: Denny Kent Woerner,
last known address 1071
J.C. KentLBuilding Inspec- Woerner Rd, Onstead; Mi
tor .49265.
ofrthe City of 49265.
Plant City, Florida YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
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HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, dress is 5420 Mobile Villa
FLORIDA Dr, Seffner, Fl 33584 on or
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VRANIA FLORESARO so, a default may be en-
Respondent tered against you for the
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DatedL January 18,2005
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
KAY CRUM
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NO:8470 1/27;2/3;10;17,05
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR COLUMBIA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
MARCEE H. MEIL-MOORE
PLAINTIFF/PETITIONER,
CASE NO. 03566-CA
VS.
EVERETT WYATT
SEMINOLE TRANSPORT
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2 bedroom, 1.5 bath, tosistLivin'1307E , NEEDED Mus veo sume salary require- nights! Good Benefits! (813) have acceptable MVR. teed in Writing 813-477-7701
brand new, close-in by Baker813- 2-1648 collins &oxp Heav i mentsto: dwosczyna@ Good driving record and 967A4 1 DFWP EDE. Cathy 1-888-318-1638 Ext 10
Dale Mabr/Waters DICAL Asistant sion. Benefits. waco fltrs.com or ax work history. Minimum 967-417 813-78-6000 www. USMailing- CLASSIFIED WORKS
W&D, Pool,$960/month' MEcInAL Assistant and 813-886-8143o 610-630-4904. Year experience.Apply Group.com
Cah 813-891-9334 Receptionist, F and AUTOTECH Outside Sales for E Ta in person to H.T. Hack- NOWI MAINTENANCE, I;gnt P Group.com T i,,ame .ui,iai,,
215 Mobile Plant City. 813-752-0757 B Ct iwitnh seanew amm Co. yBase + .330 AAmoDr. 5 Tpprtur Employment
1Plantei, e ti center in comm. +all Bev @ ltxie pE im V11. p.. n r~lun.U 380 E yGeneral
Homes Child Care I equipment seeks Staffin 813-663-0394 sUme to 3-664-8663. Jrnbl3 N4-0:72
335 q.uail .ied | oTechs for EOE~We areaDrug-Free
IBr At I & 2 Bedrm options Engine Repair & Brakes. REAL ESTATE-Stop wast- Workplace
Mobile Homes Earn top $$. Paid ing time! No License OK.
PlantCity813-752-5234 DAY care help needed Holidays, Bonuses & Unbelievable training DRIVERS/OTR-Tanker T 1 _1 \T P. T i-', I S Tr,- I E .R F- iC D0 SAV E
P/T, Must be flexible more! 813-764-8720 NOW with income to looking for Professional
CORK AREA: very clean, 813-752-4561 ELECTRICIANS Lead men transition to full time drivers! NEW 2005 r V A,
2/1, CHA, no pets, ref TEACHE 2yr old ELECTRICIANS-Lead men high commission rea Equipment, Top Pay,
$120 wk' $375 dep TEACHEpR.2yr old teach- & helpers. EXPERIENCE www.ProfitinReat/ BONUSES, Prepass&EZ E
863-670-1924 er. CDA preferred. Excel & VALID DRIVERS LIC ty.comor(407)314-8904 Pass Rider Program & T T r
pay & benefits. Fax re- REQ Benefits. Robertson Much more! North jhE
WantAds sume 813-671-1245. Electrical Services. Checkoutclass418 American Tank Lines ) I T l
www.kidscc.org Seffner622-7772. DFWP for cool deals on A/C's (866)748-6285.

Z OPERATORS
DH OPERATORS 1 4111 Super Saversl
ir t inHIRING Lakeland, FL BED qz complete
D irect b usin ew Provide directory assistance and various information to 20s.io &-7160751.r
to y f customers in a courteous and accurate manner BOOKCASE, Solid Honey
SBilingual Operators must be able to communicate effectively Oak. 79x24x13 5 shelves
Sy u. in both Spanish and English. $75. PC813-719-1760
r *Center open 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. CHAIR, Flroal Green,
Advertise your services affordably in the Shifts (selected by seniority) will vary including days, nights, 813-220-4883
Business and Service Directory weekends, holidays and split shifts. CRIB w/Noahs Ark Bed-
in Sunbelt Publications. Excellent benefit package including company-paid medical, ding, Lam/wall hang-
dental, life insurance, pension, tuition assistance. ers etc$200.752-7234
S* Starting wage is $7.31 per hr. with guaranteed increases DESK, oak rolltop & solid
Deadline is Wednesday, every 6-months and potential to earn quarterly bonus. both. PC813-719-1760
prior to the publication date. To apply and schedule employment testing, Visit G.E. REFRIGERATOR
us online at www.verizon.com/operatorjobs /FREEZER FROST FREE
or Call toll-free 1-800-267-6585 $50. 813-737-1388
JACKS (2) SMALL
CALL 8 1 3-7 5 2 0 7 2 TODAY. Verizon is an Equal Opportunity Employer supporting $25.00 EACH
-workforce diversity M/F/D/V D22999L Call 813-716-0751.
t!Er i c , ,,....SLEEPERE SOFA QZ white
+''il ,,,-',,,.,,%wood frame. floral like

$40.00
Call 813-716-0751.







24 THE COURIER FEBRUARY 3, 2005


1400 I Misc for Sale
CHURCH FURNITUI
Does your church ne
Pews.Pulpit Set, Bapt
tery, Crinkle GlassSte
pie or Stain Window
Big Sale on new cus
ioned pews and uphi
stery for hard pew
800-231-8360
pewsl.com
CUSTOM WHEELS 11
Chrome, Eagle 5 Spok
fits Accord V6 and s
forth. Like new x4 $29
Call 813-634-7855
DIRECT FREE 3 ROOI
SYSTEM installed & d
slivered free. Say goo
bye to cable forever +
months FREE
HBO/CINEMAX. Ca
1-800-694-8644
www.dtv2day.com
EXPRESS LONG DIS
TANCE Moving to Ne
York, New England, &
states in between. Cus
tomer rated A+ Air ri
trucks. Free estimates
friendly service. Reloci
tion Specialists. (Li
#MC299938
1-800-941-3767
RACE CAR
full body dirt car, limited
late model fresh shee
metal $5000 813-380-642
SLOT MACHINE
3 spinning reels, 5 way
pay out. Mint condition!
Great for ameroom.
$250.8!3-376-2779

400A IMisc.
Wanted

WANTED!
DTV/Dish Network
Will pay cash & pickup.
813-786-3006
WANTED: 20 HOMES to
Show Off Our New Life
time Exterior Paint Cal
Nowto See if Your Homi
Qualifies 1-800-672-7114
(Lic#CBCO11I1)
Wanted Old Travel Pno
tos or Slides Old photo
and slides wanted tna
contain travel trailers
from the 60's or later
(941) 748-1483
LP Record collections
prefer 50's Jazz bul
others ok.
813-634-5929
ALWAYS BUYING, 1 item
or house full, Antiques,
Collectibles, Furn., &
Misc. Prompt Service.
813-719-6336,659-2412
$ NEED CASH?$
We Sell For You On
eBay
SellYour Unwanted Items
Call A.J. 813-353-1829
S$ PAID for all types of
jewelry & silver/gold
merchandise. Watches.
Anything of value! Call
Sam 7277804-7463
14011 Auctions
Court Ordered Auction
Saturday February 19,
10am Estate Farms,
3,400+ /-acres Premium
Commerical/Residential
R.E., Lee & Dougherty
Counties, Georgia 101
BP Rowell Auctions, Inc.
(800)323-8388 www.row-
ellauctions.com GAL
AU-C002594.
InI Antiques/
I 402" Collectibles
AUTOGRAPHS-Great col-
lections. Football, base-
.ball, hockey, NASCAR.
Shipping available.
Collector's Dream!
Lakeland Square Mall
-4 exit 32, Hwy 98 N.
863-858-3005
Buying depression glass,
Cnina, dinnerware,
dolls, toys, costume
jewelry, post cards &
antiques. 813-643-3811

PRIVATE

COLLECTOR
BUYING
ANTIQUE GUNS
*SHOTGUNS
*RIFLES PISTOLS
*SWORDS DAGGERS
*ALL MILITARY ITEMS
CALL DAVE
1-888-919-4414
Rental space/consign-
ment space available
for antique & collectible
shop opening soon.
813-996-1525.
14031 Kids Stuff |
PlaMst Irg redwood Fort
& 3 slices, unassembled.
Pd $1,399. Asking $500.
863-314-0488
1405 IArt I
Ceramic Equip: Kilns,
pumps, tank, pour ta-
bles, furn, bisque,
greenware, many molds
FFER. 941-497-3382
1406 Jewelry |
ROLEX Mens SS & gold,
dateust, Jubilee brace-
let, flawless condition.
Box & papers. $2500.
813-610-3799
Place an ad in class 431
for computers and
equipment and see how
many "bytes" you get!


e I407lDiamonds I
RE Anniversary Ring 5 Dia-
ed mondIPlatinum Setting
is- TW0.57 Ct. Appraised at
*e- $1,995. Sell for $1,400.
s? I 813-810-8741*
1- DIAMOND, 1.83CT,
VS. Beautiful G Color,
or Appr $20,258,
727-545-4299
ke DIAMOND Marquis stone
o only. Must sell. Appr
5 $7K. VS2,F cor,.78 ct.r
$3250 obo. 813-679-0901
or 352-447-5722
le Diamond Platinum Ring,
d, amazing 3.35ct, center
3 stone 2.01 ct, certified
appraised @ $17K, must
ll sel $8800,866-484-5723
4. DIAMOND, round 3.56 ct
single stone, H color I-1
S- clarity Mens, appraised
,, at $7000, sacrifice
al $1650.917-674-9204.
s- Diamond Wedding Band
de New mens, yellow gold,
& 1/4ct,sz9, pd$750,
a- asking $300.813-545-1960

Diamond Wedding Ring
Appr$22,400Now$10,50
GIA Certified Stone
Color F-SlI 3.1 TWC
d Call 813-253-3058
3 Engagement Ring-TW.87,
yellow gold setting,
Oval center, w/8 round
diamonds Pd $1980 Ask-
ing $895.813-545-1960
GREAT VALENTINES DAY
GIFT! Diamond
Engagement ring.
Gorgeous 14k white
gold solitiare ring.
V-Tip, 4 prong setting. 1
Square modified
Brilliant cut diamond.
1.24ct. Near colorless
VVS-1. Very Very
slightly included. Appr
@ V6795 Asking $875S
obe Call727-2447508
WHOLESALE
/ To The Public,
e Tampadiamonds.com
8-13-486-6088
408 Stamps -
S 408 Coins- Books|
s COINS, Currency Bullion.
Buy Sell Trade Coin
Werx. Big Top Flea
Market D211 Sat & Sun
; 9a-4p 813-601-6940

COINS- GOLD
Private Collection
$9500 TAKES IT ALL
CALL 702-267-7330
COINS WANTED
Corbins's Stamp & Coin.
Estimates/Appraisals.
9a-4p. M-S. 813-651-3266.
108W Robertson St Brnd
STAMP SHOW
Feb4, 5,&6
Fri& Sat 10-6
S Sun 10-3
40+ National DIrs
SeFREE Appraisals
Free admission &pkng A
Sarasota Municipal
Auditorium
801 North Tamiami Trl
Sarasota, FL
Info: 941-376-5689
WE BUY COINS!
Buying, selling, trading! A
Over 38yrs exp. Buying
Silver & Gold coins. We
pay top $$.813-792-2493
or 727-455-6196
14101 Furniture I
BABY Crib w/mattress,
Ethan Allen,
medium brown wood,
$325 good cond,
813-643-0366 A
BED $100
A absolute bargain Qu p/t
matt SET. New in plastic
w/warr. Can del 870-0070 g
BED $100
A brand new matt & box
set, still in plastic. Can
deliver. 813-926-8507 D
BED $100
Brand name, full or queen
orthopedic Mattress
set, King $195, all new in
plastic w/warranty, can
deliver. 813-363-0097
BED $100
Brand name, full or ueen
orthopedic Mattress WI
set, King $195, all newin
plastic w/warranty, can
deliver. 813-363-0097
BED $125 B,
A Brand Name. Full or
Queen, pillow top mat-
tress set. King $225, all
new in plastic with war- B
ranty. Can deliver.
813-363-0097 M
BED $135
A Brand Name. Full or
Queen, pillow top mat- Q
tress set. King $225, all A
new in plastic with war-
ranty. Can deliver.
813-363-0097 S
BED $175 QUEEN 8
A dbl sided pillow top
matt. set New in plastic
w/ warr. Can deliver
813-478-8995 Al
BED $185 KING
A dbl sided pillowtop CH
matt. set. New, in plastic
w/warr. Can deliver.,
813-870-0070 t
t
BED $200 a
All cherry sleigh bed,
solid wd. new, still in
boxes. Must Sacrifice!
813-870-0070. Can del.


1410 | Furniture
BED $250
All Cherry Sleigh Bed, S(
id Wood HB, FB New
Boxes 813-643-1388
BED $266
MEMORY FOAM SET
New. Qu coiless set. A
seen on TV w/warr.
Can deliver. 813-870-00;
BED $299 KING
A dbl sided pillow tc
matt set New in last
w/warr Can deliver
813-727-5223
BED $300
A Brand Name. Queel
Extra thick never fili
pillow top mattress se
King$450, New in plast
w/warranty. Can delin
er. 813-363-0097
BED $300
A Brand Name. Queel
Orthopedic never flil
pillow top mattress se
King$400, New in plastic
w/warranty. Can deli\
er. 813-363-0097
BED $425
Memory Foam Mattress
10", developed by NASA
as seen on TV. 25 yr.
warranty, new in plastic.
Can deliver. 813-363-009
BED $50
A full size matt. set. Ne\
in plastic w/warr. Ca
deliver. 813-251-3134
BED $65
A Queen 'plush top
mattress set. New ii
plastic w/warranty. Cai
deliver. 813-251-3134
Bed, Craftmatic adj, Qi
sz, multi-posit, very
co mfo r t a b I e
w/vibrator exc cond
$800 OBO 813-258-0425
BED, Moving Sale, Ad
twin bed, (By Carolin
Matt) $300; vibrat
ing/heat access. Sheets
inc. 813-681-2305
BED ROOM $485
Wood HB N-stand
Drsr/Mr, Chest. New ir
boxes, 813-643-1388
BED ROOM 11 pc
All cherry Wood Set New
in boxes, will seperate
$1,585.813-643-1388
BED
Warehouse Sale. Factory
Delivered Pillowtop,
Quilted Plush, Memory
Foam &' Frames. 50%
-80% OFF Prices starting
at $175. Delivery avail.
813-380-6021
BEDROOM $1550
A solid wood Qn/Kg set,
dresser, mirror, 2 nite
stands & chest. Still
boxed. Retail $5K. Can
Deliver 813-926-8507
BEDROOM $299
A brand new cherry set.
New in box. Can deliver.
813-870-0070
BEDROOM $855
All cherry wd sleigh bd,
2 ngtstnds, drsr mirror,
chest, new, retail $3K,
Can del. 813-870-0070
BEDROOM 1-10pc
lI cherry wd. Ou poster
bd drsr, mir, 2 ngtstnds
& TV armoire. New.
Retail $8K. Sell $2799.
Can del. 813-478-8995
BEDROOM SET, 5 pc,
Qn/Kg, Black & Grey
Marble finish. Will sell
assetorsplit.$850.
Call 813-672-2189
EDROOM SET Girls, 7
piece, twin canopy, drsr,
S arst/hutch, ns
desk/chair, white
w/wood, excellent cond
$800 OBO, (813)
843-2165
............
BEDROOM SETS
Wrhouse Full Must Sell!
Wicker & Rattan, many to
choose. 813-876-1566
nww.qualitywicker.com

edroom Suites 2
complete, one queen,
one king,
w /accessories.
813-633-4012
BEDS AAA+ TEMPUR
Ortho-PEDIC Nasa
memory Foam Mattress.
AsonTV 10YrWTY
' cost $1699 sell $399,
Kcost.$1899 sell$499
Can Deliver Statewide!
All Sizes Avail + P. Tops
AIR & ADJUSTABLE
WHOLESALE Prices
WEDISH BEDDING.COM
813-493-1222
727-733-9334
66-476-0289 ANYTIME!
BUNK BEDS
IStyles, AI Colors. New
n boxes. Wholesale
prices 813-643-1388
HINA Cab Irg serving
buffet, table 6 chrs, 1
broke, blonde wood,
rad'l/country $700
akes all 813-220-4883
OUCH All Top Grain Ital-
ian Leather, $495,
Love $465, Chair $395,
New in boxes!
813-643-1388


1410 | Furniture |
CRIB. ohid o a
w/dresser, $400.
FAMILY ROOM SET, 6 pc,
sage, rarely used, $600.
813-994-3447
DAY BED $275.
Complete with frame, 2
mattresses, trundle, all
new in boxes. Can deliv-
er. 813-363-0097
DAY BEDS, x2, Twin size,
Cast Iron, with trundle.
Top quality and condi-
tion. $200 each obo.
813-651-1607
DAYBED
Complete w/pop-up
trundle & 2 twin matts.
never used, sacrifice
$275 can del 813-926-8507
DAYBED WOOD
Complete w/pop-up
trundle & 2 twin matts.
New still in box.
Sacrifice $395. Can
deliver. 813-926-8507
DINETTE Solid Oak Table
with leaf & 6 Chairs.
Hand carved w/claw
feet. $450, Hutch Avail-
able 813-643-1388
DINING $1150
All cherry Queen Anne
style. Never used, still in
box. Must Sacrifice! Can
deliver. 813-251-3134
DINING 11PC
All cherry wd. 92" tbl, 2
leafs w/6 chrs& china
cab. Unused. Sacrifice
$1499 813-478-8995
Dining room set w/buffet,
table, 4 chairs, art deco
maho good cond. -
$500.813-237-2436

DINING SET
Artisan, formal, 6 chairs,
leaf, sideboard. Like
new, $1600 813-707-0332

DINING SETS
Wrhouse Full Must Sell!
Rattan & Wicker, Many to
choose, 813-876-1566
www.qualitywicker.com

DINING TABLE, 45"x72"
(116"w/2 leafs), elegant
inlaid pecan top ball &
claw ft. Cost $K, like
new$800 813-949-7188
DININGTable, Teak wood,
9 chrs 2 leaves, good
cond $450obo
813-643-2524

DRESSER SET
piece with mirror, Broy-
hill. Asking $3501
813-767-4307
Entertainment Ctr, 3-pc
Solid mission Oak. Paid
$2800. Asking $1000.
863-314-0488


Entertainment Center
Lg, all oak lit w/glass drs
exc cond. Moving; musl
sell. Pd $2200, sacrifice
$1000.813-681-1671

FURNITURE
1-4 Tent Sale
All Funitures,
All Styles.
Major Manufactures.
End Sat 5pm.
4315 East Columbus Dr.
1-4, exit 2.
813-630-4744
FUTON $225.
Oak with 10"exra thick
mattress. New in boxes.
Can deliver. 813-363-0097

FUTON
Medium oak, honey fin-
ish, 9 layer matt, new in
box, cost $625, sell $285
813-293-1743

LIVINGROOM SETS
Wrhouse Full Must Sell!
Wicker & Rattan, many to
choose. 813-876-1566
www.qualitywicker.com

MATTRESS $100
A baby soft u plush top
set in plastic w/ warr.
KING $180. Can
deliver 813-870-0070
MATTRESS $125.
A brand name, full or qn
pillwtop Mattress Set,
King $225, new in plas-
tic with warranty. Can
deliver. 813-363-0097
MATTRESSDR.COM
WholesaleShowroom
7924W.Hilsb.Best
Prices. TEMPUR-PEDIC,
Mem. Foam Ad ustibles
Moving, Must Sell Seal
Full Size bed w/hdbr
($150) and refinished
teak din tb w/chrs & 2
Ivs($850). 813-767-3001
SECTIONAL Sleeper Sofa
& loveseat w72 recli-
ners, massage their. &
telephone. Less than 2
yrs old. $1000 654-3481
SECTIONAL SOFA, 4 Pc,
Taupe color.$700 OBO.
Call 813-672-2189
SECTIONAL w/bed, 5 pc.,
Benchcraft, $1000.
352-683-5022
SPRING HILL
Check outclass 418
for cool deals on A/C's


1410 1 Furniture

Sofa $175 Love 150
Chair $125. Uphol. New
still in plastic w/warr
Must sell! 813-251-3134
Can deliver.
SOFA $275
MICROFIBER SET
Sofa $275. Love $265.
Chair $200. New still ir
box w/warr. Family
friendly. 813-870-0070
Can deliver
Sofa $399, Love 300
All top grain leather set.
New in plastic. Only
$699. Can deliver,
813-870-0070
SOFA, Ethan Allen, new
green velvet, camel
Back, $900.
813-477-7449

How do you reach cus-
tomers in search of quali-
ty products & services?
Classified, of course!
SOFA, newTan, L-shaped
micro-fibre w/dbl
Recliner. Pd $2,000. Sell
for $1150. Oak 3 pc.
Entertainment Center.
Pd $1500. Sell for $450
obo. Call 727-372-2828
Sofa sectional Natuzzi
beige leather $1000; so-
fa bold color pattern w/
pillows $100; gold chair
w/ ottoman $75; glass
top coffee table w/end
tbs $50.352-302-8211
WALL UNIT, 5 pc, almond
4pighted .mirrored
w/glass doors. $850.
352-683-5022
SPRING HILL
Wallbed, cuisiumn double
Oak irimm.o. are-t
cond;ti:.n i;:21:,).

CLASSIFIED
IS INFORMATIVE
WATERBED
Pier type, solid honey
oak. King size with wa-
ter tubes. $800
813-767-4307

WHOLESALE
TO THE PUBLIC
full boxspring/matt. $159
4 pc set Dresser/Mirror,
4 Drawer Chest, Head-
board- $289.
Bunk Beds..-. $195.
Sofa & Loveseat, Metro
Fiber Fabric, Earthtones
---$49d2565.
B &BOUTLET
115SS.EVERSST
PLANT CITY
813-759-8864
SALE! Wicker Dining rm,
Living & Bedrm Sets.
Patio furniture, accesso-
ries & gifts. Call Forever
Wicker 813-948-4802
415 1Carpeting
SILK RUG Silk on silk tra-
ditional hand knotted
Turkish carpet. 90"x5l"
Blue/Burgandy. Cert. of
Authenticity from Lapis.
$8,000 (863)294-1717
4161 Appliances
Appliances-Absolute
Lowest $ Guaranteed.
Delivery. Woody's
Appliances, $74.50,up
7604 Broadway626-7787
8307Armenia 933-8288.


1416 I Appliances
APPLIANCES BEST PRIC-
ES IN TOWN! Large se-
lection of washers, dry-
ers, stoves & refrigera-
tors. $79.50 & up. War-
ranty& delivery in lim-
its. Don't gamble, know
your dealer 45 yrs exp!
7604 Broadway 626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
**APPLIANCES**
USED WITH WARRANTY'
From$99*
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
4000 W. Kennedy
281-0777
PARTS TODAY
11900 N. Nebraska
972-4242
Mom & Pops Applianc-
es, $75 & u W/D, Stove
& efr. 10014 30th St.
Free Delivery
813-632-9620; 335-5788
VACUUM RAINBOW SE
with attachments, very
clean, excellent condo
used very little. $375
813-334-7876
How do you reach cus-
tomers in search of quali-
ty products & services?
Classified, of course!
WASHER/DRYER
GE Profile, White, excel-
lent condition $400
cash. Call 813-960-0266
WASHER & DRYER
Nice condition with war-
ranty $200. Can Deliver.
813-626-3754


WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
Don 813-300-6714
417 Telephones/
417 Pagers

We buy old cell phones.
Nokia Motorola Samsung
etc. 2 yrs old & up.
813-933-5008
Classified Ads Prices
well within sight A se-
lection that's just right!
418 Air
181 Conditioners

Pre Season Special! A/C
new in box. 5 yr Fact
Warrty All Homes Siz-
es: M.Homes, *, -ton
$840, 2A -ton $890,. 3-
ton $940.*31/2 -ton $1020
Prof. Install Lic RM00-
31291 813/453-9033
FALL BLOWOUT
On all AC & Heat pump
systems new in box with
factory warranty@
wholesale prices.
Example: Split 2ton $747
3ton $861,4ton $994,
Free Delivery,
727-243-4493 or
352-302-2879
NEW ** S/DENT
RECONDITIONED UNITS
You Deserve the Best
Prices, Service & In-
stalls. We Do It Right The
First Time! #RA0039944
REMINGTON AIR 971-2206
Used Mobile Home & Cen-
tral Systems. 2-S tons.
$200 & upw/warranty.
Can Install. Repair work
also. NTA CAC 1813656.
813-748-9265 *907-3838
CENTRAL HEAT & AIR
Mobile Home unit, in ex-
cellent condition, can
demonstrate, $350. Call
V 813-486-3642


Brandon 1020 Kings Ave.
Brandon -1531 E. Brandon Blvd.
Dover- 12902 Newsome Rd.
Gibsonton -13150 U.S. Hwy. 41
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We Buy Drums Anything
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Super Lead Head $800 &
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4201 Musical |
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GUITAR WANTED: I need
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727-367-3474
ORGAN-Technics double
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recorder, headphones,
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(813) 879-0175
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813-837-3632
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813-641-7960

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420 Musical
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STRING Bass, Unique
1956 German, $2500
813-677-1213
VIOLINS New $100 Ger-
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Cubides-6'x6' Concensus
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877-9400
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New, AMD 2200+ CPU, tops, kitchens & bath-
Motherboard, 256mb rooms 36" vanity tops
DDR Memory & more. under mount sink,
FREE INSTALL! $199 $395.727-741-5500.
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l 83-767-3384 New Lumber-Rough cut
Pine for Fencig &
STUCCO EQUIPMENT FOR Building 1"x6", 2"x6 &
SALE.$4000 TAKES ALL. "1x4". 6'-14'-12'.
CALL FOR DETAILS. 813-634-1963
352-400-0205 WINDOWS, new 13 vinyl

TANNING BEDS 2 1999hung$100OrBest
beds for sale, great con- Offer.13-545-9490
edition will help set up.
$5,000 Must Sell, (813) Wrought irons & granite
662-3032 300 pcs,fences, gates,
S sinks, fireplace. free de-
S lRestaurant/ livery 1050 N Myrtle
Hotel Equip Ave, CIw. 727-443-3699
Espresso Machines fiberglassscreening.com
home- business. Impor- 810-397-0301
ted Italian coffee MMSI I
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Door Coolers Gr.ills. Supplies
StluveS, Pi;z3 Oveni,
walk-in coolers. Call Concrete Pavers 2nds
727-581-9293- I from manufacturer
Want Adlow price, Brooksville
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HOT DOG CARTS g n352-799- 9337W
FOR SALE. NEW USED 144 Sheds
CALL 6I13-it'5, u -I Carport

USED Kettles, Tilt Skillets, --T^ ~. .L -- --
Ovens, Steamers, .' :
Combis, Sinks, Mixers, 3
Refrigerators, Coffee &;
-Grinders and Ice Cream '
Equipment 727-392-1900 .;_ q.u..
Store "4 : i..,' a '. l l:,
435 Fixtures- Icinmre r, ;la .:.
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JEWELRY SHOWCASE 613.781.3501 713-233:'
LIOUiDATION SALt CLASSiFIED WORKS
A I GI'MluvlGPo. or MontIly W
4, 5 i ;s' 6al i50 each. METAL BUILDINGS
8136384332 Shuns. Otice.8 MiniSt:r
i it a e. Warehouris. Barns
A/1n Builder's I 0,0o-100."IA06squ.areie(el
440 Supplies I .5VEUPt060, .Fja,. r;
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mg Wholesalefrom n STEEL BUILDINGS NEW!!!
Original Guy who start- SaveThousandsri.
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flooring from all over, 4-SE n 1 '7800"
the world no Middle- 4880SeiI l14900
man. I have more prod- Call Uz 1 3i.7817.
ucts in stock than any-
one that will sell to the STEEL BUILDINGS: 5 only
public. Containers of 25x30, 30x40, 50xl00,
Wood, Laminate, Ce- 80x150. Must move now!
ramie starting at .99 sf. Will Sell for balance
Come where the build- owed / free delivery.
ers & savvy buyers buy 1-800-211-9593 x29.
flooring 1-813-918-2737 AI S NG
www.yeagerflooringrcom ALL STEEL BUILDINGS!
We also do expert SandYEA NDSALEI
& Finish work for your 4X60 5OX100, 70X200U
worn out old looking tio ,%oOffICallNoW!.!
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come right over to mea- STEEL 18x21 Carport$695
sure and make plans to installed; 18x21 Build-
fill your needs. Yeager's ings from $2,375;
Nobody beats our qual- Calfor More sizes
ity or service let alone 813-299-3798o-681-5468
our price. ,-
2x8 pine log siding 95t ft; IW Tools I
Ix6 #2 prem pine floor- P
ing 68 ft lx6-t&gR/S pe. Bender, Snap-on5hp
cedr 83 ft; 6 t&g stage Air Compressor,
smooth cedar or elect. 1 ton Chain Hoist,
cypreSs 93tft; Lumber Valve Refacer, Drum
Package when available and Rotor Lathe ando
Pine cabin grade mix much more. 352-746-3997
1x4 & 1x6 t&g beaded MI
floorin, mouldins 14491 Machinery &i
10,000-n ft $2900.0 1 Heavy Equip,
Waiting list available I H
Lumber Specialities 4914 1/28EXTRUDERS, (pies-
W Linebaugh Av Tampa tic) Killion 1'/z '$3800.
MF 8-5 813-269-0441 www & Egan 6" $18,000,
.lumberspecialties.com NelmorGranulator25hp
All Metals Roofing $3500.813.719.8134
Standing Seam, roof BOBCAT S220 RENTDaily,
1kg, Galvalume-Plus, Weekly or Monthly@
nap-Lock Panels. Easy Cheap Rates. Has Grap-
to install Visa/MC pier Bucket 2004. Lse
accepted. 813-224-9060 Option. 813-496-9894
CABINETS, Kraftmaid, Forklift-Tampa Forklift
shipped direct to your since 1974. Parts, Svc.
hornet, wholesaleprices, R.rinais. rew;Used
Lifetime warranty. Sales v Racking.3221 N.
813-657-7778 40th St. 813-623-5251


449 Machinery &
I4 1 Heavy Equip.

SAWMILLS -$2,695.00
-LumberMate-2000 &
LumberLite-24. Nor-
wood Industries also
manufactures utility
ATV attachments, log
skidders, portable
board edgers and for-
estry equipment.
www.norwoodindus-
tries.com -Free informa-
tion: (800)578-1363 ext
300N.
SLITTER, Wilder Work-
horse model 1624 with
Stand. $1,200. Miller
Thunderbolt, model XL
ACDC Welder, used
once, $475.-30" combi-
nation Shear, Brake, Slip
Roll with Stand, $275.
813-886-2576 453-8862
450 Sporting
450 1 Goods

BOWFLEX ullmite \5TLU
Iat tower. I,- c,.t curl
ann i .:lw p ll, tlaL iqual
it.ait n. r. vr, i Loa-
ed.$150ii.813l 9i :. 14;
GOLF CLUBS-Callwy
clones comp set, drvr,3
& 5 wd, 3-PW Almost
new. $175.813-335-4588

GUNS Great assortment.
Laoaway, classes, spec.
orders. Females to help
females. 20% off access.
813-210-GUNS (4867)
POKER TABLE Custom
built, It oak, 4 hydraulic
castor chairs. Must sell.
Paid $2600 sacrifice
$1200.813-681-1671
POOL TABLE $1,450
A 4x8 solid wood exqui-
site professional Table.
1" Italian slate, new in
boxes can deliver & set
up.Call 813-363-0097
,POOLTABLE $1,885
A 4x8 professional solid"
wood, 1" Italian slate
K66 rails, mother of
pearl diamond sites,
decorative legs, leather
pockets. Kit delivery. &
setup included. Lifetime
warranty, new in crate.
813-363-0097
Pool Table 4x8
Pro Series 1" Tournament
slate, K66, 100% gum
rubberrails, diamond
sights, carved cabinet,
new in box, never used.
Cost $3200, sell $1250.
Can deliver.
813-293-7621
Pool table, 8 ft, Mahogan-
y, with custom cover,
excellent condition.
$950. Call 813-629-6869
Sig Pro 9mm $349.99.
Walther P990, 40cal.
$449.99; Glock 21 LINB
chrome w/NS $649.99.:
S&W41 $749.99.685-2612
WEBSTER COUNTY, GA -
320 Acres, woodlandI,2
streams, 12 yr old pines
prime hunting area. Call
1 229-828-3355
WEIGHT EQUIPMENT,
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CONCEALED WEAPONS
CLASSES
Class G & Class G Requal.
Home Protection
813-643-1370 245-2719
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451 Equipment
Treadmill, Airwalker
Lfesitjier Spacesaver,
$50' Drawer Office
D.k. Blonde color. $75
OBO. Call 813-689-7447
1453 What's Free
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shots 14 mo old. 863'
641-3855,813-671-5388
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18' Dual AxilTrIr, 60" Dixie
Chpr, Stihl Hedge Trmr,
Shindawa line trmr, Rex
Max Edger & Blower,
$6,000 813-264-5779
DR All Terrain Mower
10.Shp,27"cut, 5 spd.w/
reverse, 5 hrs. new, 3
813-243-0093
Mobile Repair Service
Toro-Scag-Exmark
Bunton-Dixie Chopper
Hydro's-Parts-Engines
Cranks & Cams 236-3363
In Nurseries/
469Trees
LIQUIDATION- Live oaks-
10,000 1gal. 400 3 gal.,
900 7 gal. Priced to sell
#47231588 Lakeland
Cell 863-602-1149
LIVE OAKS,
45 GAL, 4" CAL, 14'..$75
25GAL, 3" CAL, 12'..$50
15GAL, 2" CAL 8'..$25
748-8641 Reg #47220672
TREES FOR SALE OAK
8-12 FT. TALL $20.-$30.
EACH. 813-478-4744

WE BUY TREES
$$ For Cash .$
Container grown
30 gallon Live Oaks
and
15/30 Leyland Cypress
Small or large quantities.
Thomas 386-527-4648
Reg# 74-8012126695-3
4[A Dogs
American Bulldogs AKC,
exc. line, white w/spots,
6-M, 2-F, must see,
taking dep.$1000-$1500.
Call Freddie 813-879-4007

American Bulldogs
NKC; $300-$1000. Too
many details to list.
Please call 352-243-2762
Aust. Blue Heeler 1 yr old
tri-color male, pure
bread, with papers. Very
smart and very play
Great with kids. 400
(813)309-5678,
AUSTRAIUAN SHEPHERD
P puppies, purebred.
Parents on Premises.
$200-$300
(91) 377-6016
Bassettpupp'. AFC ir,.
-coior8wKS, ,t siso.s &
nithcerts, iM'F,
beautiful & sweet $300.
813-218 370b
BeaglePups, AKC, tri-col-
or, males &females
8 weeks old. $356.00.
813-754-2267

BLOODHOUND PUPPIES
AKC Reg. $800 & Up.
941-729-7217

BLOODHOUND PUPS, AKC
hith cert, Police K9 blood
lines, black-tan, Born
12/03 avail now. Please
Call: 813-643-3196
BORDER COLLIE PUPPIES
ABCA reg.10 weeks old,
Ch.imported bloodlines,
working stockdog par-
ents onpremises, $400
(813)737-9388
Boston Terrier Puppies
M & F. 1st shots & health
certs. Ready now! $500
firm. THE CUTEST-
813-383-9161
BOXER PUPPIES-AKC,
family raised champ
bloodlines, tails & dew
claws, shots & health
certs, ready 02/01. $650-
$800. (727) 548-4920
BOXER Puppies AKC.
tlasrly & gorgeous, sells
w.- UTD & health warr
DOB 12/10.-04 $475
863-402-9051, 4465682
BOXER PUPS, AKC reg. I
male, 3 females, fawn &
white & black masks.
Ready to go. 650.
813-478-2551,662-7018.
CAIRN TERRIER PUPS AKC
1 female, 3 males. See
pictures: www.
mccartysterriers.com
352-591-2271
CAVALIER KING Charles
Spaniel pups. All colors.
AKC, Health Guaran-
teed. M & F. $800-$1000
Cindy @1-605-243-2260
CHINESE SHAR-PEI Pups
8-10wks, AKC, 1stshots
fawn & cream, excellent
temper w/kids. $600 ea.
239-572-8578 1.
COCKAPOO Puppy, 10
wks.old, Choc Brown, all
shots, vet checked,
papers $700 obo.
813-363-8412
COCKER Pups AKC, Ready
2/12/05, Taking Depos-
its, Red-Parti M/F &
Black Female. Health
Certs $350 813-782-6570
Cocker Spaniel Puppies.
Purebred
Takingdeposits now
813-972-3006
CORGI PEMBROKE AKC
See pictures: .
w w.mccartys
corgis.com ,
352-591-2271


1480 I Dogs |
CORGI PEMBROKE
Valenine Pups, AKC.
Litters ready 1/28 & 2/4.
Call 352-523-1360
or 813-299-1626
CRATES Metal Suitcase
CHEAP!! CHEAP!!
Many sizes. From 24" @
$24.99 to 48" @ $79.99.
813-985-1865
DACHSHUNDS-AKC/CKC,
mini short hairw/health
certs, Red Silver Dap-
?le Ready for $450-
$590. Call 813-391-4578
DACHSHUNDS Chihuahua
mix 3 Males, 1 female,
silver dapple, 8 wks old.
1st shots & Heath cert.
$250ea 813-661-6342
Dachshunds, Mini Long
haired, 9wks, AKC, hith
certs, POP, females
$425, males $375. Cash.
813-805-0509
DOBERMAN PUPS, AKC,
good nerve &
temperament females,
352-408-7062
352-243-9122
DOBERMAN PUPS AKC,
vet checked, champion
Kimbertal Kennel
bloodlines black & tan,
3 M, 3 F, born 12/7/04.
Ready to Go 2/1/05.
$500. Now taking
deposits. 813-630-2148
ENGLISH BULL DOG PUP-
PIES, AKC ready 2/14,
M/F red or white $1800.
386-294-3924 Mayo, Fla.

ENGLISH BULL DOG Pups
Champ line 8 wks, brin-
die & whitehealth certs,
AKC reg. $1400. taking
dep. rdy 2/6
813-918-1397



FERRETS!FERRETS!
LIVE TIGERS last
Saturday of each month
Club Pet Membersget 1/2
oft live lish Tue& Fri
Rat & Mice Feeders Avail
American Bulldog.
Poodle, Bichon,
Min Schnauzer, Boston
Terrier, Pug, Silky
MANY Other Breeds Avail
l1Yr Warr; Lic P04-070213
Complimentary Vet Exam
Free Training Program
Financing Available
7699 W. Waters Ave.
Near Waters & Hanley
M-Sat 10-9, Sun 12-6
813-249-8700
GERMAN SHEPHERD
AKC register. Black &Tan.
CallW anda at
(813) 323-1779
GERMAN SHEPHERD,
AKC, Bi Bonedi Pups/
Adullis. ich Colors S
Blacl's. family grioted.
$65') OL up f94D)09 6242
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUP-
PIES AKC/Health Cert.,
black & tan $400 (813)
659-2120

GERMAN Shepherd Pups
AKC Rea. 3 males 8 wks.
Shots &lHlth cert. Dad on
Premises worth $3000.
500. wk# 863-859-5350
GERMAN Short haired
Pointers AKC Regis-
tered. Health cert, Top
Field & Bench Blood-
lines, 9 wks 2 M & 2 F.
$600. Ocaa.H.C. Brewer
Jr. 352-732-4453
GOLDEN RETRIEVERS-
AKC reg, POP, 5 males, 4
.fernm Light & Dark.
Health cert 1st shots,
$500-600.813-657-9005
GOLDEN RETRIEVERS
Xmas Puppies, 8 Fe-
males, 6 Males, AKC reg,
hith cert., light & dak,
POP. $500-$600. Ready
Valentines week. Call
Diane 813-634-1278 or
Cell 727-403-3474
Golden Retriever pups, 5
champ blood lines, su-
perior quality, awesome
males $800, Ready To-
day, AKC, 6FA, health
certs. 813-933-2327
GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUP-
PIES, born 12/05. De-
wormed, shots, 2 fe-
males 3 males $300-
$325.813-672-0435.
V GOLDENDOODL5S, V
Tamcpa's new love!
Blacks & blondes,$1200.
423-420-6580 or
S 423-920-1246,
GREYHOUND-ITALIAN
AKC cert, (M) 10 weeks.
$400. Please call
813-855-7448
JACK RUSSELL TERRIER,
F, White/Tan, 6 mos old,
vet checked, all shots,
very friendly, playful.
Allergies. Asking $375.
813-956-4568
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
wormed, vet cert. Block
head, champ, bkgrd.
Pedigrees. Parents/
grandparents on site.
$600. 352-307-0772 '.
Labradoodles puppies,
8wks, reg, great temp,
shots, hit crt, greatfam
dog, BIk & Choc, non
shed. $700-$800. .352-
665-0600/813-3.1776310
LABRADOR-Chocolate,
male 7 mos old, all shots
& compl'd puppy trngat
Petsmart, great w/kids
& other animals. Kennel
incl. $450.813-671-0245
CLASSIFIED
IS INFORMATIVE
,\ *


1480 Dogs |
LABRADOR :
reiiowv females, AKC,
CKC, lyr old, champ
lines $600 each.
813-833-5919
Llewellin Setters, 4-M,
1-F, black, white tan
ticked, exc. hunting, &
wonderful fam. og,
parents nat'l pointers
backers & on site, reg.
FDSB, $550 pups, $600
beltons, 352-351-3857
MALTESE Pups, also new
litters & adults, after
Christmas, taking dep.
betsat@acun.com
.941-322-9563
MALTESE PUPS
Some tiny. Also adults for
adoption. Great com-
panions. betsat@
acun.cOm 941-322-9563
MASTIFF, Cane Corso,
Puppies, top quality, ex-
tremely loyal & lovable,
trained, big & beautiful.
727-77.? P34r*-409.0294
POM PUPS & PUG PUPS,
AKC, hlth cert. 1st shots,
M-$500, F-$550.
863-884-2123 or
941-628-2641
POMERANIAN Male, AKC,
Stud, 2 yrs old, papers,
micro-chinped, all acces-
sories. $800 Cash only.
813-994-8996 361-7479

Puppies 4 Sale
ParkAve. Puppy
813-662-2592
Lic#P04062440
RAT TERRIER puppies.
UKC Ch sired. Blue Tri/
Black Tri. 9wks $400
(813)779-4426

RAT TERRIER PUPS, UKCI
Family raised. See
pictures: www.mccartys
ratterriers.com
$350 352-591-2271
ROTTWEILER German
AKC registered with-
health certificates.
READY NOW!
1-863-802-5640 -
ROTTWEILER PUP F,AKC,
OFA, health cert, grand
sire of Int'l champion.
Block head, $700.
352-624-8887
Rottweilers AKC, health
cert $450-$500, ready
2/15. Also AKC Dachs-
hunds Mini SH & Wire.
813-977-4385,298-8179.
ROTTWEILERS (Tails
need cutting) Have Pa-
pers. Male & female
dogs on prem. $450/girl
$400/boy 813-299-5242
SHEPHERD MIX PUPPIES
for sale, males & fe-
males black and tan,
parents on premises,
$100 each 813-978-8497
SHIN TZU, female,
healthy, 1st shots. $400.
813-672-2678
SHIH TZU (Teacups) Male
& Female $500. Ador-
able! 813-243-1598.

WEIMARMANER PUPS,
AKC reg. champion
bloodline, show, hunt,
love $1000.
352-343-7995
WOLF/HYBRID PUPS
Taking deposits. Ready
end of Feb. Parents on
site. $500 each.
813-833-5919
YORKIE, 9 mos old M, blue
& gold, AKC, house
broken, 6 Ibs, Tea Cup
father $600
813-767-1409
YORKIE MINIATURE
PUPPIES 6 wks old, 4
Male, taking deposits.
$650. 1 Female, $750.
813-623-5594
YORKIE, My humans are
now taking interviews
for me. My name is
Gizmo, I'mal/2 old M.
I cost 1200.863-688-3631.
or 863-603-7048
YORKIE PUPS
Also adults for adoption.
Great companions.
betsat@ acun.com
941-322-9563
YORKIES-Blue & tan little
teddy bears hlth certs
all shots, PO, $700.Call
(813) 6h53-2797 www.
dailingfordollars.com
Riverhills City Pets
TINY TOTS
We specialize in tiny and
rare breeds. Yorkies,
Maltese', Havanese,
Shih Tzu, Lasa,
Chihuahua, Wheaten,
Cavalier King, Cocker,
Puggle, English Bulldog.
Health certificates,
shots, warranty, Credit
cars. Open 7 days..
4385 Linls Paul Tr.Valrico
813-653-4384
Lic P05-077909
14811 Cats
HIMALAYAN/PERSIAN
Kittens CFA Bred, Fluffy
& Sweet, Needs to be
spoiled $495 and up
W 727-736-0616
KITTENS
spayed/neutered, tested,
wormed &shots. To
good homes 813-254-4975
RAGDOLL kittens, never
caged, raised with chil-
dren & dogs. Health
guarantee & 1st shots
$500 (863) 292-0077
WantAds


1482 Birds
CAGES, Powder Coated.
CHEAP CHEAP.
Many sizes from 18x18"
playpen@ $119.97 to
40x3 playpen @$299.97.
813-985-1865
1483 Exotic
AQUARIUM 120 gallon
salt water, inclu es all
equipment, solid wood
cabinet base. $1,500
obo. 727-726-3139-
WILL BUY Your unwant-
ed Ball Pythons contact
Tom at 813-982-9467
tomc22@earthlink.net

484 MiscPets/
484 Services

AQUARIUMS- 90 gal
combo, stand $350.
180 gal combo, stand
$800. Brand new w/ guar.
813-985-1865
1498 Estate Sales
SCC. 1818 Danbury.
Fri & Sat 8-2.
Golf Cart, Game Table,
Sofa, Sleeper Sofa,
Coffee Table, Lamp
Tables, King Bedroom
Set, Ding Room Tables
& Chairs, Steeple Clock,
Chest, Rocker, Desk,
Recliner Patio Chairs,
Kitchen Hutch, Stereo,
Household and Miscel-
laneous.
JOHNNY JONES
AU89AB85
Classified-the most effi-
cient, effective, economi-
cal & user-friendly infor-
mation system available
to help you buy, sell or
find the goods and
services you need!
SUN CITY CENTER
CINDY'S ESTATE SALE
967-0416
99 Sola (Off El Rancho)
Fri 4th&Sat5th 8-2
Sleeper sofa, chrs, couch,
cuno cabs, lamps, thIs,
DR tbl w/6chrs, pictures
(2) Qu.bds, chescdothes,
kitchen misc. & more.
I Garage, Yard
499 | Sales, Etc.
DOVER 5810 Hwy 92W. Fri
Feb 4th 8am to 5pm 25
families, dishwasher
sink, typewriter, micro,
lots ofR ousehold items,
clothes and other misc
DOVER, HWY 921 BIk W.
of Mc ntosh Rd. 8AM til
?. Fri & Sat 2/4 & 5, An-
tiques, collectibles
pepsi in cases 1950's
strawberry carriers
w/wood cups, rain
birds, guardian service
cookware, music books
yamaha organ,- tread
mill, china service for 12
other dishes clothes all
sizes, knickknacks and
much much more.
Durant 3 Fam Garage Sale
2/5 8am, corner of Du-
rant & Woodys Mill, east
of Turkey Creek Rd.
hshid items & furn, etc.



LOOK
PLANT CITY,107 W. Mor-
rell Dr, Fri &Sat, Feb 4 &
5 98 Ford Taurus sale or
trade for pick-up sm
safe on rollers $300.
sewing mach, qz bed
complete w/spring &
mattress $200. pictures,
pressure cookers. dish-
es, cloths & western
shirts. Something for
-everyone. Gold jewerly,
end & coffee tables $40.
lacks & desk & sm ta-
bles, computer table
$350.716-0751.
Consult Classified for
Harleys, & Hondas & so
much more! Classified
has vehicles of all kinds
to make your dream ma-
chine materialize!
PLANT CITY 1105 N. GOR-
DON ST. SAT FEB 5,7AM
till ?, Muliti family sale,
Lots of great stuff. Fur-
niture, travel trailer
stove, kitchen & house
wares, Clothes
PLANT CITY 1805 W.
Washington-St. Sat Feb
5, 7AM til ? Lots of
clothes what-nots, dish-
es, tools & More ,
PLANT CITY 2604 W. Oak
Av. Strawberry Festival
Area, Fri & SatAFeb4&5.
8AM til-? Multi Family
Women & Girls Clothing,
Furniture & Misc Items



LOOK
PLANT CITY 2710
Charleston Dr. Fri & Sat
SFeb 4 & 5, 7AM-2PM,
small appliances kids &
adult clothing house-
ware, bedding & More
Plant City, 3802 Wilder
Loop, Sat 730-?, ladies
and infants clothes,
household arid misc.
PLANT CITY 4280 N Front-
age between Charlie
Taylor &,County Line Rd
Fri Feb 4,7 AM til ?. Dry-
er, car seats, children
clothing & Miscttems.
PLANT CITY 4601 Airport
Rd, Sat Feb 5,8AM-1PM.
Tupperware, Glass
ware, Kitchen and
Household items, Furni-
' ture and Lots of'Misc


499 Garage,Yard
499 Sales, Etc.

PLANT CITY 706 W. Her-
ring St, Fri & Sat Feb 4 &
5, 8AM til ?, Redecorat-
ing. Country wood ta-
bles, shelves, pie safe,
gold & black lamps,
sconce candles, micro-
wavel fans, quilt rack.
King size waveless wa-
ter bed w/heater & stor-
age drawers. black en-
tainment center, large
country wood dining ta-
ble w/two leaves and 6
chairs. queen bdr set &
much More.
PLANT CITYSat 2/5 8-1 at
8206 Todd Place. Little
boy clothes, newborn to
3T, and lots of house-
hold items.
PLANT CITY, Walden Lake
3446 Silver Meadow
Way, Fri & Sat Feb 4 & 5
8AM TIL 1PM, LOTS OF
MISC ITEMS.
S2 PRICE SALE
50% OFF
All Clothes, Shoes, Etc
BEVERLYS
CONSIGNMENT
18485J. REDMAN
PLANT CITY
10AM-5PM
752-5825
Sale Ends 2/05/05
STRAWBERRY
SQUARE
FLEA MARKET
SAT FEB 5,2005
8:00AM-1:60 PM
4401 BOOT BAY RD OFF
WHITEHURST
FOOD-CLOTHES
TOOLS & MISC
HAMBURGER/HOT DOGS
COFFEE/COOKIES
500-5496
Farmer's Market


500 I Vegetables
BIG SALE! Strawberries
$7.99 V flat, tomatoes,
swt corn, fresh greens,
squash, etc! Sat &,Sun.
9a-dusk 1-4to Exit 10, ML
King, East toHighview,
Disc. Auto 813-727-5754
Oranges Sour, Navels,
Red/White, Hamlin,
$5.00 bushell. Also
Grapefruit, Meyer
Lemons, Tangerines &
Others.813-752-8830

85101FarmEquip. I
Tractor, 1998 Mass Ferg
1120 Hydro Trans 4x4
w/48 in mower. 2 sets
tiresfield + turf. $4400.
813,643-5754
Tractor Internatonal /25
4WD, 3pt nitcn. 5" Busin
hog uL hom blade. 290
hourS. $5500). Lv msg
813.633 7138
TRACTOR Kabota, BX23
diesel, 2004, 120 hrs.
back hoe, loader & PTO
$15,500.813-846-2254
Pas Horses &
525 Livestock

POLE BARNS, Garages,
workshops, horse barns
*20x20x9 $2,600
*20x30x9 $4,200
*24x24x9 $4,032
*24x40x9 $,6020
Other Sizes Available
813-713-2333- 788-3501
2002 Bay Paint Tobiano
Mare. Started western,
pleasure or barrel
prospect. Very pretty.
Flashy, $5000. Michelle
Tucker 813-478-6758
Miniature Horses, AMHA
Reg Quality, 2 mares,
vefv/d in foal. 30" Dbl
reg stud. Must sell
$1000+352-206-5284
HERD dispersal-30 head
of Quality Cross Bred
cows. Heavy bred and
calving now. $750 each.
Call 352-745-1645
SMALL HERD OF BLACK
ANGUS COWS. Also
black Angus bull. Please
call (850) 878-2571 or
(850)510-4854
AQHA Gelding, 14.3
hands, 13 years old, Bay,
Child Safe,
$5,000 -727-541-2473
PASO FINO GELDING
Beautiful 8yr old. Great
disposition-and a very
smooth ride. $6,000
(863) 648-1894

Hunter/Jumper
12 yrs old, 18h tall, $3000.
Experienced rider
727-214-8165
WANTED!! Horses,
poniestack, trailers &
equipg. Top prices paid.
Good home. Call Cyndi
now: 813-649-1126
BOER GOAT BUCK -
11/2 years old, beautiful
show Lwinner
registered, $850
813-684-5055 '
Paso Finos trained riding
lessons, board if bought
here Lse/purch agrmnts
Mares, geldings, stal-
lions. 863-666-1833
RENT TO OWN, Several
Horses To Choose From.
813-986-7270
727-641-8587

Check out class 418
for cool deals on A/C's





26 THE COURIER FEBRUARY 3,2005
525 Horses & | Motor Homes 1 Motor Homes 562 Campers & 562 Campers & 583 Water 5841 Boats I 627 tilit 630 4-Wheel
I Livestock -RV's RV's Travel Trrs I Travel Trrs Vehicles 732'1994 286 MONTERAYTrailers Drive
Reduced Price Must Sell 28'1987WinnebegoClass 38' 2003 Allegro diesel 26'Nomad Travel Trailer, 2002 Fleetwood (Bound- KAYAK 11' Mainstream CRUISER Due To Medl- BestPriceTrailer.com FORD 1996 RANGER
BlackTennessee Walker C Full sz rear bedroom bus, many extras, full 1997, excellent er) 36A Only 3500 miles Kingfish, sit on top, cal, Mst Sell. Self Con- 877-258-1445 $0 down 120,000 mi; Blue Pickup,
Gelding, 10 yrs, 15.1 350 Ford Econoline, self body paint, $155,000. condition, TV, Radio & just like new, wash- w/access. Dry storage taned. Sleeps 6. New easy financing. 90 days Auto.,4Wb,6Cyji.$35N
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Weaned, OnFeed Vacc. 29'1989EMC.79Kmi.,ave less than 15K mi,,330 Cal Perry TT, sips 6, full track with trailer.Low dam ed and m LHaugQrsDump Utility, Bu ulowmilea.,
3-8 mosold. $25-$400. NADA $13,159. Loaded. Diesel, triple slides, lots bath, fully equip. lots 01 Recreational hours. Well maintained, o or sale:18' to 32' Motorcycle, Car Haulers s p eeo4w
Delivery Available. Inside remodeled. Beau- of extras. Immaculate. cab. space exc. condo. 564 Real exc.cond.MustSee"! Mike724boatsl '798y 1. CAM-FMRadio
863-581-5322 tiful unit. Askin $8,100. Ext.warr.WD, cent. Vac. $8695.813-837-6620 ental $7K obo. 813-935-2243. Me (727) 24-7988 Trucks- Light Air MINT CONDTIO
WANTED: GOATS SHEEP 813-748-9 $160K 863-655-0611 28' 2004 FLEETWOOD/ NEW COLEMAN POPUP Waverunners, 2 Tiger Boat Slips- Duty -76 800 OBO (813)
LAMAS, & CATILE. TOP 32' Georgetown 1999, 39'2004Tropical 3 Slides, PIONEER-28TRS6, spa- Campers available for Shark .w/trailer Qgoo 585 storage .'
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HOME. CALL CINDY exc. cond. Hydr. level- Condition, T396 Model, slide loaded, $12,495. frig. For reservations 813-717-9778 OUTDOOR STORAGE V6, auto, stepside, runs auto, tow pkg, chrome
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pigmys. 813-754-3537 or $37,500 (610) 8 40' 2001 Country Coach, ning, sleeps 8, loaded, I I g 16' 2001 Pro Sports flats autos etc$40+ /o
813-928-1389 32 Rexhall Airbus 1998 Loaded, immaculate exc. cond. Familyemer- Soth Ba RV & Boat boat, Yam C70, SS prop 813-86-5533 CHE 1999S10LS 631 ans
.. i wide body, like new lots of extras, extended ency, Must Sell Now Storaeeureoutide alvtrlr, Y must se! 781 3 3'L;-
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frigerator & freezer, 2 941-924-5733 30' COACHMAN 1985 1 SouthBaStoraae.com $7500863-581-7980 up to 35' Boat. Pvt. park-side tow ^hch Km Van, White, A/C, ladder
HAY SALES Central Mis- new TVs, VCR/DVD 460 -, .. \ w s 813-t7-2o --,. g c ting, deep canal. 50'to $5560 obo.81-0-.71O rack, goo condition.
souri. Alfalfa/Orchard engine, very cean, ook 401'Country Coach In-.- owner nonsmoker, rear 813-77-2000 16' 2002 Flats Boatw/opngwdee cana. 0 CHE' Y200 102r- LS Ext $6,4 W A813-962-2791 or
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COWS, Calves, BUl S 34' 1996 BOuNDER N45' a, r I eageRare2B2slides, bimni GP thfindr' 813-684-9171 Qua Cab, fully loaded, $8650.813-310-6405
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WANTED. .air, tackscamera,new ColemanYumaPop-Up, asking $24,900. (813) JAN.BLOW-0UTSALE! $13,900 813-642-0389 washerwithanadinap- bargain at $18,900. E150, brown,wheelchair
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941-737-7947 '$34,5 070 a6u-424- sink stovDe refrig, 'TE 3P ARK TT 2b person nownly 1295 18'Sea Ray 1999 Bow Rid- p '"ances, class D "4' C ,0103
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rear bed, exc condo, dul Cruislemaster, dsd, 22kale 3,1 Shadow Cruiser. Sleeps A+-P.rors, exc cond. $5.
ACw/gen,sleesd6 Must mi. slideout, sat. jacks, 4 stove, refria, furnace, A+ POOL HEATERS FAC- 18' WELLCRAFT 88 CC 586 Supplies & FORD 1988 F150 Pick 813-433-6848.
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struments in Class 420 election that's just right! some of those pups! SpotAdvertising Works Deameer i"qures wel- 19' 2000 Sea Pro, CC, 115 7sHP F Ram Evnrude, FORD 1998. :150 Super obo.813-546-3337
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-- c.. LowMileage 839 7 RaDio, sunroof, heated
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exteFORDEngne 9050V8 DODGEA2000rDuarngoSLT
8x8 9 new$542K. 813-571-1380 high otptut (HO), 8 24' box truck. 19,000 + Plus Fully Loaded,
. .. I ...Deot nc o.."" .. mi, complete w/auto miles on l new engine, Leater, Exc Cond, very
26' 2 Suu EARAY. trans $,0cc, R$uns great Deliveryt.rK, runs-g.reat. LoWoMiles.d -
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1tcanvas ,top, seller CnfinityIChrome riIm s & be,1all a lum nu e newx- thr & AC, all pwr,
...CTampa-8424 Sheldon Rd. Valico-e1971S.R. 60 $ 8,00 la10er -8bat1 Fal8Kenmtirer.Sd less te ceentcondition. i" sunrf, 1 oleWn, runn..
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I2'0. low hrs, full 6 727-UtiityP w/3406E-Cat1,spEaton dr4 V6, cold air, 119k
Pr3r,,or. 179 loorr,,r,,,l Ave Th,,,', '3.... 95 E owler I'. a2.0.1. e axlesbrakesngsies door,a 589K m. 44K oboas(863)
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time,2rd.oin 3 7boa 00lParts,&good hox,,2ood.t7resnew cold AC, ndew tires,
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632 Sport Utility
Vehicles

FORD 1995 EXPLORER
XLT, 4x4 auto, cold A/C,
AM/FM/Cass, pwr wind,
locks & mirror. Exc cond
$4350.813-924-8256
FORD 1998 Expedition,
burgundy ext. gray Ithr
int3rd row seats, 104K
mi. exc. cond. $9000 obo.
813-677-7642* 469-5843
FORD 1998 Explorer XLT,
leather, excellent cond,
all maintenance records
avail, 62K mi, $7,900.
813-988-7576 789-0396
FORD 2002 Explorer EB
Loaded, leather 47k mi,
ext warr, $18,500.
813-681-5200.

FORD 2003 Escape
$500 down takeover pay-
ments, MUST SELL"! Call
813-661-6939
FORD 2004 EXPEDITION
Eddie Bauer, black,
leather, loaded, 3rd row
seat only 12,800 mi.,
$28,500.813-827-9679
GMC 1996 SUBURBAN,
Lone Star Ed., AC,
cruise, all pwr TV &
VCR, leather, 4 capt.
chairs, 3rd seat bench,
exc cond $8,500 obo.
727-641-4950
HONDA1998 CRV LX AWD
1 owner, records, 5 spd.
exc. cond., no dents or
rust, red, cd player $9000.
Leave msg 813-789-0084
Honda 2000 Passport EX,
53K mi, sunroof, lug-
gage rack, many extras,
good cond. $10,000 obo
863-385-5133
HUMMER 2004 H2 LUX,
loaded, sun roof, 17k mi,
6 disc CD, 3rd row seat,
gobi rack, $48,900
813-654-4227; 478-9600
INFINITY 2001 QX4 all
power, pearl white, 2 yr
ext. wrrty, exc. cond., all
leather, CD/cassette
$16,999.813-960-9116
INNITI 2003 FX3S, load-
ed excellent condition
58K miles, $29,500. Call
813-672-4911 days or
cell 813-267-3421-
ISUZU 1998 AMIGO, 5
speed, 4 cyl, A/C, ps,
Copper color, 67K mi.,
excellent condition.
$3,900.813-989-9763
JEEP 1992 Wrangler 4.0,
V6, hard, soft, bikini
tops both doors, lifted,
$6500 obo.
13-671-8837.
JEEP 1997 GRAND CHER-
OKEE LAREDO black,
$4,000 or best offer. Call
813-870-3619 -
JEEP 1998 Cherokee Lare-
do, 6 cyl, 4x2, Grey, load-
ed, alarm, keyless,
leather, 10 disc CD, auto,
s/roof, 97K mi, new car
warr. for 3k mi. $6,995
813-393-6651962-1265
JEEP 2003 Wrangler 30K
mi, 6cyl, 5 spd exc
shape, new tires, 2" lift.
Custom whls& bumpers
$17,900.813-917-5341
JEEP 2004 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, Like new,
auto, CD, Cruise, 2500
mi $24,000 obo
813-334-5499
Land Rover 2001 Discov-
ery II, White, Tan Ithr,
extremely clean, 33K mi
sunroof, loaded $16 500
OBO. 813-545-0234'
LAND ROVER 2002 RANGE
ROVER, 4.6 HSE, 19K mi
Java Black/Black, wood
grain, original owner,
garage kept, mint.
Asking $43K 813-6714366
LEXUS 2000 RX300, Pew-
ter/grey Itr, exc cond,
CD changer, all pwr, 44k
mi, $19,500. 813.817.
7525or941.726.2442
LEXUS 2001 RX300, Grey
w/tan leather, snrf, CD
changer all pwr, 45K mi,
Call 813--679Y
Tired of the same "old"
thing? Sell your antiques
with an adin class 402.


632 Sport Utility
62 Vehicles

LEXUS 2003 RX300, fully
loaded incl. nav. sys,
Levinson sound, 25K mi
Pearl Wht $29k. After 5
813-361-7744-684-3473
LINCOLN 1998 NAVIGA-
TOR, red/tan Ithr, 79K
mi, all W.D., CD chgr, 3rd
row seat, new tires,
$13,495 813-215-0618
MERCEDES 2002 ML320,
loaded, 35k mi, CD chgr,
TV, Nav, video syst,
Bose alloys exc cond,
$28,950 813-93-6209
Mercedes 2002 ML320,
Gold, Beige Ithr, loaded,
CD, sunroof, 45K mi., new
brakes/tires, exc. cond.
$25,500.813-929-3876
Nissan 2000 Xterra V6, 2
wd, CD, running boards,
roof rack, all pwr op-
tions, 70K mi, Must sell!
$9,900 obo 813-991-1762
NISSAN 2001 Pathfinder
LE, 39.5Kmi. immac.
auto, sunrf. Ithr seats. 6
disc CD, pearl white,
$15,500 813-495-3654
Nissan 2001 Pathfinder LE
2WD, V6, Ithr, all pwr,
sunroof, 6 disk BOSE,
70K hwy. Must sell.
$14,500 obo. 813-758-8283
NISSAN 2003 Xterra,
1 Owner, Well Main-
tained $15,700
813-991-0411
813-376-6965
SUZUKI 1987 SAMURAI,
rebuilt engine, air condi-
tion, good condition.
$3500.813-310-4911.

TOYOTA 1998 4 Runner, 4
cyl, allpwr, new alarm&
CD/radio 89K mi exc
cond. new brakes!!
$9500obo 813-949-2983
TOYOTA 1999 4Runner 4
cyl, manual, all power,
tow pkg. $8500.
Ask for John or Jenny
813-240-0028
cl Scooters &
633 Mopeds I

AVANT1200149cc
under 2,000 mi, excellent
condition. $700 obo. Call
813-633-1294
1635 | Motorcycles I
HARLEY 1981 Sturgis,
nice bike, custom paint
new top end, pistons &
rings, asking $8,500. Call
813-931-8703
HARLEY 1989 SPORTSTER
$4500. Excellent condi-
tion. 813-969-0758.

HARLEY 1997 Dyna
Lowrider excellent
shape. MUST SELL!!!
$9,000obo 863-683-6007

HARLEY 1999 RoadKing
Classic30Khwy mi mint
cond. Like new. Many
extras. $16,750
813-783-3317 or 714-8427
HARLEY 2000 Dyna Wide
Glyde, 3200 mi. garaged,
exc. condo. red & silver,
extra chrome & bags,
813-831-6212 545-6247
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2001
Standard Soft tail Pretty
bike. $10,000.
813-237-3062
HARLEY 2003 Anniv. Dyna
Wideglide, silver/black,
full chrome, garage


813-679-1529
Harley 2003 Fat Boy,
black, 5K miles, loaded.
Don't miss this one at
$19,900 obo. Call Jim
813-926-9900
HARLEY 2005 Sportster,
883 custom 400 mi, 2-
tone Red/Silver, low-
ered, screaming eagle
pipes gar'd, $2Kaccess
$10,906obo 813-966-2238
SADDLED WITH HORSES?
Advertise in class 525 and
buyers will gallop to
your stable!


1635 Motorcycles I
HONDA 2002 Sabre 1100,
$2500 invested in extras
at boy style, silver w/
Sray flames, $7300 OBO
13-625-9078
HONDA 2003 XR400 must
sell, excellent cond.
$4,200. Riding e uip-
mentincl.813-310-9175

MOTO GUZI i502004 Bre
va 1000 miles. Drand
new, gun metal. $6500.
813-926-512? .or
966-942;
Motorcycle Trailer, never
used. Bought Pick-up
Truck. Paid $1,300 for
new Trailer. Will take
$1,000.813-645-2319

SUZUKI 1999 DR650
On/off road 3200 miles
$3,000 obo
Call 813-238-6015
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
YAMAHA 2002 TTR 250,
4 Stoke, 50 hrs, Electric
start, all stock, Excellent
Condition $2295.
Lakeland 863-581-2309
Yamaha 2003 V-Star 1100
Classic. Under 7k, bik &
chrome. Windshield,
saddlebags, siss bar.
Looks great. $7450 obo.
Call Keith: 813-263-2916
YAMAHA 2004 R1, less
than 100 miles, Red,
perfect, kept inside.
$10,000. 813-886-2576
or 813-453-8862
31 Golf Carts
GOLF CARS: 2002 E-Z Go
$2000.2001 E-Z Go $1800
-Z Go 36 volt remain.
cars$3295. '02 Club Cars
$1935800-571-1644

GOLF CARTS
wanted. BuyiSell/Trade
Chargers parts ail relai-
ed.8 S3-645 4515Ruskin
16371ATVs I
Yamaha Banshee Blaster
& Polaris Scrambler, ex-
cellent condition me-
chanically & cosmeti-
cally. 813-996-4156.
64 Vehicles |
.IWanted
WE BUY CARS trucks,
RVs, boats. Real Top
$$$, CASH Today! Any
condition. Free removal,
24 hrs. 813-963-5508
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CIAL KIDS FUND. Be Spe-
cial! Help Disabled Chil-
dren with Camp and Ed-
ucation. FREE Towing.
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duction Call 1-877-GIVE-
TO-KIDS (448-3865)
www.specialkids-
fund.org
DONATE YOUR CAR, boat
or RV to help children
fighting diabetes. Ta.
deductible and free
towing. Juvenile
Diabetes Research
Foundation thanks you.
Please call
1-800-578-0408.
DONATEyour car and
help the blind. Tax
deductible. Free towing.
Free phone card to
donors with ad #3456.
Heritage For The Blind
1-800-2-donate.
www.taxdeduction.com
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The Cancer Fund of
America. Help Those
Suffering with Cancer
Today. Free Towing and
Tax deductible.
1-800-835-9372
www.cfoa.org
WANTED *
*DEAD ORALIVE*
Cars trucks & vans
Cash Paid. Free Tow.
813.930.2464813.760.2656
CASH TODAY!.
For Cars, Trucks & Vans
Running Or Not.
813-630-9201 Or
813-728-7979


Tampa 4340 W. Hillsborough Ave. M
Tampa -14350 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.


I Vehicles
640 Wanted

CASH PAID
For Cars Runningor Not!
We'll come pick it up!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535
Family in need of depend-
able car or van. Will gay
cash if reason le.
813-282-9869 Danny
Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles

Buick 1969 Electra
225 (Coupe), 455 engine,
u4200 Ibs.
813-238-6936
CADILLAC 1976 ELDORA-
DO CONVERTIBLE me-
tallic blue, new convert-
ible top, new paint, orig-
inal interior in excellent
condition, blue leather.
55,000 miles. $14999 or
best offer. (727)
550-1057
CADILLAC 1980 Coupe De
Ville, De Elegance,
white, orig owner.
$5900.813-9 88-3081

CHEVY 1966 El Camino
350 auto, extra tilt col-
umn, no rust, needs fin-
ishing. $3K obo. Lee:
727-481-4250
CHEVY 1971 V8 Pickup,
rebuild or for parts.
$2500 or best offer.
813-949-6039.

COBRA 1965 Shelby
Replica. New SVO35I,
385hp, 600 mi. 5 spd.
Blue/white stripes. BIk
int. 95% comply. All new.
Paper work incl. $38K
obo. 813-956-9194
CUTLASS 1969, project
car, 350 eng w/ 2spd
trans, good shape, 2dr,
hard top, $2500
813-610-0667
ADVERTISE IN CLASS 631
AND SEE YOUR VANGO!
FORD 1960 T-BIRD excel-
lent condition white,
87K miles. Hardtop. Flor-
ida car. $9,000. Call
813-651-1378
PONT 1974 Grandville
cony. 455 V8, cold A/C
full pwr, 95K Must See!
$8950 813 71-5841
PORSCHE 1969 912 Cpe.,
frame up restoration,
115HP, 5-spd all parts
replaced orrebit, BC/CC
paint. Pristine cond.
$12,950.863-698-8491
CORVETTES WANTED
1953-1972 Any Condi-
tion. Serious Buyer
1-800-850-3656 or
vccorvette.com -
Station i
od648 Wagons I

BUICK 1996 Road Master
Estate Wag. Collectors
Ed. Garaged, Non-smkr,
Last Yr OfBig Wag, 68K,
$9000 352-341-5020
1, Automobiles I
64 For Sale

ACURA 1997 2.2 CL- Only
86,800 mi, Green, Coupe,
Auto, 2 WD 4 CyI., P/W,
P/L, $6,406 OBO (813)
376-3117
ACURA 1999 3.2TL, Silver
w/Black leather interior
loaded sunroof, runs
and looks great.
$14,000 obo. 813-431-2815
ACURA 1999 3.5 RL, green
overtan $84k. Exccond.
$13,900.941-232-1269

ACURA 2002 RSX Type S,
dark grey, 49K miles,
6spd, alarm, o-jack, ga-
raged $15,400 or best
offer3-35-1596
Want Ads
AUDI 2002 TT
ROADSTER/Conv, 2-dr,
39K mi, Wht/Blue, Bose
sys, exc cond. $19,900.
813-915-0026
AUDI 2004 S4 5.000 mi,


BMW 1988 3181
Black, 4dr, tan Ithr, 76K
mr, fully loaded, in great
shape. WOW! $12,900.
Call 813-601-4066
BMW 1990 325i convert-
ible, Maroon, auto AC
CD, collectors edition,
good condition $3,450
obo. Call 813-259-1380
BMW 1997 Z3 black, CD
flawless, 114K hwy
miles, Completely ser-
viced & ready for sale.
$9,900 obo 813-991-1762
BMW 1998 7401L long
body Dark green/ gray
int. very clean, like new
cd-changer, rear-
sunshade, all power
options, new tires, high
way miles 111K. $14,00
OB0 Chris. 813-393-8891
BMW 1999 740il 94K mi,
black w/tan int, car cov-
er, floor mats, exc cond
bells & whistles!R
$20,000.813-645-1417
BMW 1999 IT 80.000 mi,
Silver. Wagon. Auio., i
WD. 8 Cyl. $18.500 (8o3)
676-1182ieves) or t863)
289-6461 (days)
BMW 2000 Z3, silver/
black, low mileage, cd
changer, garage kept.
$20,999 727-551-0013
cell. Vehicle In STpa.


4 AutomobilesI
649 For Sale

BMW 2001 3251 4dr,
black loaded, GPS Nay
sys, 51k mi exc cond
$19,500 813-748-2199
850-865-9116 anytime
BMW 2001 525i, white w/
tan Ithr int, mint cond,
loaded, 50k mi, $23,900
813-924-3464
BMW 2001 7401, white w/
tan int sports pkg, 41K
mi, chrome wheels,
phone, gara e ke t.
$35,900813-44-0881
BMW 2001 X5, smoke
ray 49k miles asking
34,400. 813-949-3627,
13-215-1855.

BMW 2002 M3 6 spd. met.
gray, prem pkg, Harmon
Karmon upgraded stereo
Xenon gts, mint$38,900
813-814-2590
BMW 2003 325i, Mint
condition 14K miles,
White witI Tan Leather
interior. $28,500.
Call 863-944-5115
BMW 2003 325i, white
w/tan leather. 16,500
miles. Has 100,000 mile
warranty. $31,000.
813-766-8794
BMW 2003 330 ci Conv.,
black, brn Ithr, 5 spd,
prem pkg, 18" whls lk
mi $34,95 obo. (727)
481-5868, 612-710-7914.
BMW 2003 Z3 2.5i, gray/
black, auto/manual
5300 mi. exc cond $31K
compare new @ $42K
941-387-0320 aft 7pm
BMW 2004 325, 1900 mi.
black on black, 5 spd.
CD, sunrf. sport pkg.
$29,999 813-493-8154

BMW 2004 7451L, Only 8k
mi, blk w/tan pristine
cond, w/ every option
avail for BMW. Fact
warr. Sport &Prem pkcg
$68k 727-647-2177
BUICK 1996 Riviera, 1.
owner, non smokera-
rage kept. 42k mi. $85.
813-662-1843
Leave message
Buick 1999 LaSabre, like
new, 22,262 miles, Ithr
s.atsI tape/cd, alloy
wheels. $8806 obo
813-767-4339
BUICK 2000 LeSabre, 31K
mi. new tires, exc. cond.
$8995. 813-645-2775 or
813-495-8613

BUICK 2003 CENTURY
3,750 mi, Tan, Sedan,
Auto., 2WD, 6Cyl.VIN#:
2G4WS52163 172139
$13,850 Flawless (813)
545-465W
CADILLAC 1985 SEVILLE
Elegante every factory
option incl factory, alum.
whls. Bose stereo, many
spare parts. 813.244.9794
CADILLAC 1988
Brougham black sedan,
vinyl roof, tan Ithr int,
steering column sec sys,
exc cond. 352-428-0828
CADILLAC 1994 El Dorado
57 800 miles, Al Shape!
All power, Leather, 1
owner, $8500.
813-960-0991
CADILLAC 1996 Eldorado,
White 106K mi, fully
loaded, Moving, must
sell!! $4,800 o0o. Call
813-728-3507
CADILLAC 1997 SLS Se-
dan Red 62k mi, $8099.
Seffner: 813-684-3399

CADILLAC 1998 ELDORA-
DO moonstone w/tan
carriage top, loaded
beautiful. $10,600 (813)
785-7963
CASH FOR CARS, TRUCKS
AND VANS, RUNNING OR
NOT FREE TOWING,
QUICK REMOVAL
813-363-1874
CHEVY 1994 BLAZER 78K
mi, auto, loaded, good
tires, excellent condo. All
works. $3500obo
813-689-0333
Chrysler 1983 Fifth Ave.
Looks & runs great, new
paint tires & chrome
wheels. Paid $3000 for
wheels $2600 takes all.
813-545-7949.
Chrysler 2001 Prowler,
like new 6500 mi. only
1200 Millennium Blue's
made. $39,500.
863-227-4256 644-6249
Chrysler 2001 PT Crusr,
Limited Edition, Fully
Loaded, 5spd47K miles
great condito, $845d
Obo.813-956-0165
CHRYSLER 2002 PT
CRUISER 24,000 mi, Red
Wagon, 5 Speed, 2 WD, 4
Cy. $9,200, Super Buy

CHRYSLER 2003 300M
Chrome wheels, sun-
roof, loaded, warranty
29K miles,$16,900. Call
* 813-633-9808*
CORVETTE 1997 Cpe.
bik/blk, auto, 81k mi.,
rmve top, dual p/seats,
dual clim., bose radio,
12/cd, tint, extra clean,
must sell, $17,395, obo
(813)340-0454
CORVETTE 1999, Red,
T-Top, showcase cond,
runs exc. Carmel Ithr int,
auto Boise radio, low mi
$28,900.813-641-0179
CLASSIFIED WORKS


I49 Automobiles
4 For Sale

CORVETTE 2001 Z06,
blk/blk, 17k miles, mint
cond. $29,900.
813-757-0186.

CORVETTE 2002 Z06
silver/black 19K 1 own-
er, fast, perfect. $35,500.
John: 813-695-5921

CORVETTE 2003 Coupe
torch red 32k mi, 1 own-
er, adult driven, N-
smkng, $28,500 perfect
cond. 13-917-5332
CORVETTE 2004 Cpe, Red,
15K mi, chrome whis,
both tops, Heads-up,
Bose full fact warr.
$36,900.727-458-7007
DAEWOO 2000 Lanos Se-
dan 63k miles 4dr, re-
builtmotor w/rty, new
btry, brks, cd, clean.
$3150obo. 813-767-1409
DODGE 1991 Dynasty Bur-
gundy, Cold AC, Exc
Cond in/out,Tint, Pwr
Pkg Class 2 Hitch
.$1,200 813-486-0020
DODGE 1997 INTREPID,
auto, power everything,
am/fm cass, cold air,
123k mi, immaculate.
$2950.813-988-5437

DODGE 1997 Neon
2dr, 41K mi, cool AC, great
start-up car. $1,500. Call
813-801-9705
DODGE 1999 Neon Sport
2DR, 5 spd. manual,
loaded,exc. cond.$3800
obo. 813-986-9096

Dodge 2002 Intrepid SE
auto, 86K mi., Blue/
Grey all power, CD, tint,
good cond. $5,950.
Call 727-459-6508
FORD 1985 LTD Crown
Vic, 302 eng, runs good,
p/winaows, p/seat.
800.Call813-317-5813

Ford 1996 Taurus, 4 dr,
loaded w/ everything
white, exc shape, great
family car. $2450 obo
813-926-1545
FORD 1997 MUSTANG,
302/350 HP, Cobra pwrd
& susp, lowered 2
Muncie spd, Dana rear.
end, BIk w/Gray Ithr int,
P/W, P/B. P/S $9500
obo. 813-477-7397
FORD 1997 THUNDERBIRD
39,480 mi FX Pkg, Alpine
Green, eoupe, Auto,
2WD,8CyI $8,900, Must
See, Flawless Kept in
gar.'(813) 886-6394
FORD 1998 TAURUS, 90K
mi, 4 dr, CD, all power,
SRed clean! Exc cond.
$2895.813.128-6713

FORD 1998 TAURUS Sta-
tionwagon 61K, excel-
lent condition very well
maintained. 64,895.
Call Sam 813-731-3649
FORD 1999 MUSTANG
68,000 mi Dark green,
Convertible, 5 Speed, 2
WD, 6 Cyl. $6,800,
AM/FM/CD/Cass, pre-
miumsoun, runs great,
Must See (813) 2485159
FORD 1999 MUSTANG CO-
BRA 54,000 mi, Black,
Coupe, 5 Speed, 2 WD, 8
Cyl. $16,000, Low Miles,
Steeda Decal (813)
789-7882
Ford 1999 Ranger, V6, au-
to, tilt & cruise, Super
Cab, flare side, high
miles, exc cond. $4900.
813-684-6109/655-6298
FORD 2001 CROWN VIC-
TORIA LX V8, leather,
loaded, like new, 8,500od
miles, $12,950. Call:

FORD 2001 Mustang Bul-
li classic, stick, 3 61k on
blk racing int. 6 disc
12.3k mi, ar'dperfect
$18,000Z(352)502-0633
FORD 2001 MUSTANG,
6 cylinder auto 61k mi,
Fully Loaded, Leather,
Mint condition, $8700
obo. 813-390-7833
FORD 2002 Mustang GT
silver w/black leather
int. 6 disc changer, pow-
er everything, exc cond.
$14,999.813-789-2169.
FORD 2002 Mustang GT
Ni ght Blue, Stick, 6 Disc,
All Pwr, 24,500 Miles
$10,999. will' go fast, call
today. 941-400-9291
FORD 2003 TAURUS SES,
28K mi, exc cond,
sunroof, P/W, P/S, CD
ABS, $10,000
813-907-7123,312-1810
FORD 2003 TAURUS, 34K
miles, still under manu-
facturing warranty, ex-
cellent condition,$9500.
813-493-1730/949-5418
HONDA 1990 ACCORD LX,
4-dr Sedan 85K mi,
5-spd, Gray, PW/PL,
great cond $2950.
813-250-0350
HONDA 1991 ACCORD EX_
168K pw/pl, sunrf, very
clean, well maint. Very
reliable transportation.
$2500 obo. 813-984-4614
HONDA 1995 Delsol, 113k
miles, 5 spd, 2 dr coupe
34 mi/gallon, Excellent
Condition. $4800.
813-615-1230
HONDA 1997 Accord SE
Leather, moonroof CD,
loaded, 138k mi, clean,
$5500. 813-478-1349
Plant City


49 For Sale
HONDA 1997 Civic LX 4 dr
auto, power windows
power locks silver color,
70K Mi, $5,200 obo
813-731-3020
Honda 1998 Accord EX, 6
cyl, 4 dr, green/tan Itfir,
sn rf, auto, new tires,
90k, exc cond $7150
813-765-4103 or 685-3616
Honda 1999 Accord 6 cyl
V-tec, green, model
rims alarm, body kit, grt
cond 81k mi. souno sys
$7500 813-767-3640
Honda 1999 Accord EX,
4 dr, auto, V6, leather,
alloys sunroof. Mint
Cond! 71K miles, $10,998
813-633-3484
HONDA 1999 CIVIC 89,000
mi, Red, Coupe, 5 Speed,
4 Cyv. many extras.
$8,200,Must Sell!! (941)
?04N
HONDA 2002 ACCORD SE
27k m, bik, gold kit,
KROM wheels, Falken
tires, 4cyl, coupe, cd
$14,900813-948-3401
HONDA 2002 Civic, white,
auto, 35K mi, good AC,
CD, snrf, good tires car
exc condo. $11,500obo
813-363-1248
HYUNDAI 2000 Sonata,
runs like new, 49K mi,
Silver, auto, new tires,
good cond, $5,599. Call
813-661-6219
Hyundai- 2002 XG350
White Lthr, loaded.
100,006 mi Warr. 32,000
mi. $13,500 obo.
813-661-9576
INFINITI 1993 G20 1 own-
er 68,395 miles, loaded!
PW, PL leather interior.
$4,100 813-963-1922

INFINITI 2000 130T 55K
miles, sunroof, silver
with gray leather, Bose
stereo/C chgr. $12,950
813-643-4433
JAGUAR 1998 VANDEN
PLAS, blue w/ivory int,
low mi, recent major svc
chrome whis, exc cond
$15,900 (727)420-5964
Jaguar 1998 XJ8L British
Racing green w/tan Ithr,
wd grain int. CD chgr,
80k mi Exc cond! $12,40
oboi 813-220-1253
JAGUAR 2003 S Type, V8,
B1k/BIk Ithr, all optons,
R front grill & rear
spoiler 25K mi, $36K
813-299-6043 K
JEEP 2003 WRANGLER SA-
HARA, Satellite radio
w/CD ac, Forest Grn
w/soft top Auto, 28,275
mi, 4 WD, 6 Cyl, Exc
Cond $16,500 (813)
855-9949
LEXUS 2000 RX 300 Silver,
loaded, all options,
leather seats, 77k mi.
$18,500. 813-269-2285.
or 813-871-5666
LEXUS 2001 GS300,4 door,
silver, w/gray Ithr, w/6-
disc CD & radar, n-smkr,
47.5k, $21k.
813-835-5206 ext 300.
LEXUS 2001 IS300,
Silver/Blk int, exc codd,
65K mi, sunroof, P/DL,
P/WABS, tint $16,500
obo:813-843-5244
LEXUS 2002 IS 300 33,000
mi, Silver Warranty
$19,999, Call
813-235-3107

Lexus 2004 GS300, Parch-
ment w/ gold pkg,.Mark
Levinson naviLation &
stereo, loaded, 27k mi.
$33k. 813-380-4457
Lincoln 1992 Continental
Exc cond, loaded, silver
w/black cloth top, leath-
er, low mileage. $2750
813-960-7242
LINCOLN 1999 Towncar
Executive Serives, 35K
Mi. 1 Owner, Garage
Kept $13,100
813-969-3826
Lincoln 2001 Towncar
Cartier beige sedan,
51k mi, $18,100. Seffner
813-684-3399
MASERATI 2002 Spyder
Fl, Ferrari red w/ tan,
nay, diehook zenon
10,100 mi, $59,00 Must
see! 727-595-5373
MAZDA 1991 Miata BRG,
80k mi, $3000 obo.

813-831-9190.
Mazda 1995 626LX, V6,
grandmas car, 62k
miles, runs great many
new parts, $4200.
813-835-3815
MAZDA 1996 Miata MX5,
5spd, 1.8L new paint,
cloth int. AC am/fm/CD,
Indigo Blue, clean, 76K
mi, $6100 813-299-1953
MAZDA 1998 626 green,
4 cyl. cold air, 697.5K mi.
$3500 obo. 813-661-7333
or 813-393-6829

Mazda 1999 Protege' LX
Green, AM/FM, CD, new
paint job, excellent
condition. $3,600 OBO.
813-784-2831 932-0623
MAZDA 2001 TRIBUTE ES-
V6, 79K mi., Black, Grey
lthr intr., auto, cruise
control, CD player, key-
less entry, pwr every-
thing, exc. cond. $11,000
OBO. 813-831-6941
Advertise in Classified
ITS HERE TODAY....
GONE TOMORROW!


FEBRUARY 3, 2005 + THE COURIER 27

649 Automobiles 49 Automobiles
9 For Sale 49 For Sale
MERCEDES 1986 190E PLYMOUTH 1997 BREEZE,
good running cond. A/C, 1st owner, exc con-
3 month warranty. $1900. edition, dependable,
813-300-8649 131K miles, $2,00 OBO
V 813-884-8769
MERCEDES 1991 SL500 PONTIAC 1988 Trans AM,
Convert, BIk/tan, 2nd GTA, .5.7L V8, auto,
owner, well maintained, 99,742 orig mi. newtires,
Great condition, pics at autotrader.com
$13,000.813-220-7267 $4500 obo. 813-783-3080
MERCEDES 1992 300SE, PONTIAC1994GRANDAM
good condition, drives & 5 SPEED AC, Pioneer
looks good. $7,700. Call Stereo, 145k miles, very
813-971-6961 clean, runs great! $1295.
Call 813-949-9545.
Mercedes 1997 E320,2nd PONTIAC 1996 Bonne-
owner, garage kept, ville, one owner, 50k mi,
dealer serviced, 6 disk Ithr, full pwr, new tires,
cd 98k miles. $12,800. cold AC. Must see.
813-431-4222 $4600.813-684-2902.
MERCEDES 1999 600SL PONTIAC 1999 GRAND
V12 Roadster orig 4,775 AM, 2dr auto, gold,
miles, tripleblack, every spectacular! Runs like
option Absolutely Mint! new! 34K miles $6,999.
Best 600SL Anywhere! 813-948-8894, AM/PM
Sold New $130K, Asking PONTIAC 2002 FIREBIRD
$52,900. 727-867-1396 PONTIAC 2002 FIREBIRD
36K mi, WhiteT-Top,
MERCEDES 2000 500SL Auto, 2WD, 6 Cy, Mint,
7500 mi., white, grey $12,900,MustSell,
int., flawless in & out 6 (813)928-4357
CD plyo.220-5ara3ed27- $455K PORCHE2003 911Carrera
seal grey, 16k mi, bose
MERCEDES 2000 CLK320 sound, turbo rims,
Cony, Ouartz Blue/Navy garage kept, exc cond
top, auto, phone 50500 $58,O00813-486-7279
mi. Red-797-00edto 3000. PORSCHE 1979 91168,500
352-797-0069mi, White, Coupe, 5
MERCEDES 2000 E320 Se- Speed, $12,900 (813)
dan, 32k mi., 1 owner, 362-3946
garage kept w/maint.
records, Bordeaux/oys- Pors
records, CD/sunroo, Porsche 1988 911 Carrera
$24,500.813-854-2142. Cabriolet new clutch,
brakes, custom CD &
MERCEDES 2000 E320 Se- alarm, garaged, non-
dan, 32k mi., 1 owner, smkr showroom cond.
garage kept w/maint. $23,90O 727-517-1819
records, Bordeaux/oys-.
ter, CD/sunroor, PORSCHE 2000 Boxster,
$23,00.813-854-2142. Exc Cond, 20K mi, silver,
$23,500.81354-2 dark blue convertible
Get in tune w/Classified's top & Ithr $23,900
selection of musical in- Owner 813-933-7655
struments in Class 420 SAAB 1998 900s converta-
MERCEDES 2001 CLK430, ble, gold, 52k mi,
29K mi, exc cond rain 27.5mpg, 5 spd,FWD, al-
sensor, sunroof/shade, loys loaded, pristine,
time port phone, Silver. $12,500.941-383-0123
$30,5M00.813-787-3210 Saturn 1997 SW1 station-
Mercedes 2002 C240, wagon, all books 84K
23k miles, one owner, mi, excellent cona, sil-
Black/Tan very clean, ver. $2600.813-839-2222
$28,600. or 813-857-4453
Call 813-299-0085 SATURN 1999,5 spd, cold
MERCEDES 2003 CLK320 a/c, 4 dr, adult driven,
Coupe 20K Mi, Brilliant looks & drives like new,
Silver, w/Ash Lthr Int, all maintenance records,
Starmark Warranty, $2800.00.813-846-0854
6CD Sunroof Like NewSARN 2001 L200, dark
$36,500.72-360-6931 green, low miles,
MERCEDES 2003 SL500, feather, power, CD A/C


woodMERCUR 1996 Cougar knob& alloywhlsamfmcd
steering wheel 22K m cass, 33 mp, ac w mdl
$80,000. 813-6 -7447 $9500 obo813-6-1766
MERCURY 199S 6 Cougar TOYOTA 19 m
XR7 68K mi. immac. TOYOTA 1988 MR2
AM/FM cass, 10discCD SUPERCHARGED!
small V8, allpwr, $550d
obo. 813-90-40 days 2ndowner83Krtond
or 661-3803 eves $5500 obo. 727-278-1260
MITSUBISHI 1998 TOYOTA 1995 PASEO
ECLIPSE GS, 98k mi, auto, 4 cyl, 113K miles
Teal, 5 Speed, 4 Cyl. runs & looks great.
$1000 sound system. $2800
Well maintained looks 813-933-4711
& runs great. Newer Toyota 1999 Camry,
tires. $5,900 obo. (727) 1 owner, 63K miles, Ithr,
697-2750 moonroof, alloy wheels,
s ler,front & side
MITSUBISHI2000MIRAGE spoile, ronSt /Sde
DE 5 ssnd coute, PW, PL, a7irba s 16A5kN
cold C, reiable gas $ 2-83-5-790
saver. $3100 obo TOYOTA 2000 CAMRY LE
813-232-0190 dark blue auto, fullpwr,
MITSUBISHI 2001 Eclipse neyliress alarm, exarkiept
onv. V6 Every Option, new tires exceent
White/ ian Lthr, New $8600.813-645-4335
Tires,46KMi MintCond. TOYOTA 2003 Corolla LE,
$13,495 813-0784-7664 4dr, auto all pwr, alarm,
MITSUBISHI 2004 Galant, spoirtniwind's,rfully
5k mi auto, 4drpower transferable warranty w/
opts,rbD, s theftproteton. 30K mi.
wrr10rsorT12 act $13,500 obo. 813.962.7551
$13,450 obo 813-504-9298 813.784.4304
CLASSIFIED WORKS Toyota.2003 Matrix, red
SCLASSIFIEmodel rims, alarm 31k
NISSAN 1993 240SX miles, tinted windows,
Interior upgrades, new grt cond. $10,000 obo
A/C, new overall paln, 813-767-3640
too much to listl$375 VOLVO 1993 940, white, 4
obo. Call 813-681-2319 dr, thr 175k new tires
NISSAN 1995 Maxima V6, trans & A/C. Very nice!
loaded, all pwr, Bose $3500.813-760-1450
stereo, snrf, cruise, ex-V O 1996 960 WAGON.
tra clean, exc condition. Aut /hinP0ow-
$4,195 obo 813-363-0238 er coACrseat
Nissan 1996 Altima GXE, n ew tires. 15k mi.
blk/grey int, cold air, $6000OBO! 813-254-5241.
exc cond, drives great. Volvo.2001V70,T5Wagon
59k miles. Must see! Loaded, moonroof, roof
$4500. 813-363-3901 rack& spoiler perfect
NISSAN 1997 Maxima SE condition, new tires,
White, 1 owner, moon extended warranty,
roof, CD, Full power, 46k miles, $19,500
leader, 90K, Ex Cond. 813-653-4560
$5,750 *813-978-3887 VW 1999 JETTA, 85K mi.,
NISSAN 998 240SX, AC, Black, auto, sunroof,
- pw, psABS auto, 16v pwr locks & windows,
eng, 29K mi, $4,900. Call cruise control, tape
813-784-7636 pyer, good cond. '
$5,5000gNU. 813-831-6941
NISSAN 1998 Altima GXE VW2001 PASSAT AC PS
PW/PL, CD alarm tint PW, PDL, cruise: AM/FM
cloth '93k new tires' cass, 6 cd chgr, Mon-
battry. Lxc. $5700. soon premium sound,
813-766-8277 dual front inside air
NISSAN 1998 MAXIMA SE bags, Ithr, sunrf 46k mi,
90,000 mi, Black, 5 non smkr/no kids, deal-
Speed, One Owner All er servicing current,
Power, Bose CD, Moon $12,995.813-310-2695
Roof, $6,000 (813)
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NISSAN 1999 ALTIMA 4 car rack, 31K mi. fact
dr, auto, A/C, AM/FM wrnty, indigo, exc. cond.
CD very good cond 82k $11,900 813-810-3247
mi,$5250
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OLDS 1989 88 ROYALE, Ithr, snrf, Silver metallic,
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VW 2003 JETTATDI 32,000
Oldsmobile 1996 Cutlass mi. Red, Sedan, 5 Speed,
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age parts car. Motor Sunroof, Diesel, 620
runs great. $750. miles per tank! Must
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