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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2005 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


WS AT THE CENTER


OF SERVICE


HERITAGE
Check out what's on
tap for Plant City's
second annual Black
Heritage Festival.

PAGE I


ON STAGE
Students and
teachers take to the
stage to present "Bye,
Bye Birdie."
PA-E 14


BRIGGS


A Plant City soldier
is recognized as one
of the Army's finest,
a resident celebrates
her 100th birthday.
PAGE 8


INDEX

CALENDAR
PAGE 3

CLASSIFIED
PAGE 21
CROSSWORD
PAGE 24


FAMILY LIVING
PAGE 8


SPORTS
PAGE B

WORSHIP
PAGE 11


IN THE TRIBUNE
Here's a preview of
what you'll find in
The Tampa Tribune's
Plant City section
Saturday:
L] The history of
an old house that's
being restored
highlights the lives
of east Hillsborough
pioneers.


The Neighborhood Service Center has a
same mission to help residents who have


By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Daisy Lopez didn't want to ask
for help.
She'd been scrambling to find
a job since her previous
employer laid her off three days
before Christmas, but after a
month of unemployment and
the rent on her Plant City
apartment more than two weeks
overdue, the 44-year-old single
mother of four had no choice but
to come to the Neighborhood
Service Center.
After visiting with social
worker Mercedes Harris, Lopez
secured emergency relief to help
pay for her overdue rent for the
month of January and a $274
past due electric bill.
"I just hate asking but I figure
that's why the county puts these
programs here, to help people
like me," Lopez said.
The Neighborhood Service
Center, run by the Social Services
Division of the county's Depart-
ment of Health and Social
Services, is settling into its new


Social worker Mercedes Harris,
right, helps Plant City resident
Daisy Lopez secure assistance to
pay her overdue rent and electric
bill. Lopez was laid off three days
before Christmas and had trouble
finding a job in time to keep up
with her bills.
space at 307 Michigan Ave. after
moving from its former home on
Alsobrook Street in December.
But it still offers the same kind
of last-resort relief for residents
who have nowhere else to turn,


new home but the
nowhere else to go.
said center manager Cherry
Mitchell.
"We represent low-income
families and provide financial
and medical assistance to guide
them to self-sufficiency,"
Mitchell said.
The center's work revolves
around case management, and
lots of it, Mitchell said, to get
clients back on their feet. That
means help with rent, utilities,
medication costs and other basic
needs. Last year, the center
provided more than $550,000 in
financial assistance.
But that doesn't include the
less tangible benefits the center
offers clients in the form of life
skills and other resources such as
general equivalency diploma
courses to help clients stay on
their feet.
Courses include budgeting,
dressing for success and self-
esteem building.
The center currently employs
13, including two social services
See CENTER, Page 20


Planners


Cite Areas


For Growth

DEVELOPERS BEGIN
TO PILE ON PROJECTS
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediagenieral.com
Most everyone has heard
that Plant City is on the verge
of a residential explosion, and
the addition of about 6,000
homes is expected during the
next three or four years,
adding another 18,000 resi-
dents to the already growing
population. But just where are
these home sites expected to
be built?
City planners have a pretty
good idea. They are working
with regional developers and
land owners on a number of
projects with an eye on con-
tinued development stretch-
ing through the end of the
decade.
"There is a lot to be.
reviewed on all of the devel-
7 oprnienTprojectsobeing con-
sidered in and aro'uid the
city," said City Manager David
Sollenberger. "At this point
most of the meetings called
for by interested developers
have to do with engineering
requirements, zoning, and
utilities, Most of it is prelimi-
nary, but you have to start
somewhere. From my experi-
ence in every community
there comes a time. Plant
City's time is fast approach-
ing."
Five of the projects being
considered for development
make up about 4,800 home
sites of the 6,000 being
planned for completion by the
year 2008. No one can suc-
cessfully predict the future of
any real. estate market, but
Sollenberger said planning is
always a key to successful
growth.
"We have started the pro-
cess needed to have all the
projects being discussed come
on line if the developers find
buyers for these homes. We
are looking to see what we can
do to make the growth as
smooth as possible," he said.
"Some will involve voluntary
annexation, while others,
such as Lakeside Station and
the County Line Farms project
have already met the planning
and zoning requirements."
Under construction in and
around Plant City are the fol-
lowing projects:
# Lakeside Station has 2,700
home sites planned on 1,400
acres east of South Park Road.
The zoning is already
approved and the city is
waiting on a site plan to study
the design.
The development will
contain various forms of
single family homes, multi-
family structures, with a
condo/townhouse develop-

See GROWTH, Page 18





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CALENDAR


FRIDAY
Teen night
The Plant City Recreation
and Parks Department will
hold its monthly Teen Night
Feb. 11 from 7 to 11 p.m. at the
Planteen Recreation Center,
301 Dort St.
The evening is meant to give
local teens a safe place to
gather.
There is music and dancing,
and free pizza and soda is
offered while it lasts
Cost is $5 per student.
Call: Stephen Rossiter,
special events coordinator, at
757-9166, or e-mail srossiter-
@plantcitygov.com.

SATURDAY
Walk for Life
Walk for Life 2005 to benefit
the Pregnancy Care Center of
Plant City is set for Feb. 12 at
Plant City Stadium. 1808 S.
Park Road. Registration is at 8
a.m. and the walk starts at 9
a.m.
Call: 759-0886.

Florida Opry
Planter Productions will
present the next Florida Opry
Feb. 12 at 7 p.m. at the 1914
Plant City High School Com-
munity Center, 605 N. Collins
St.
Tommy and Debbie Horton
will perform a tribute to family
member Johnny Horton. Also
on the bill are Kim Murray,
Kevin Buser and Three Plus
One Quartet.
Tickets are $10 and can be
- 'purchased in advance at Olde
Village Shoppes, 108 S. Collins
St., or Family & Friends Col-
lectibles, 1304 S.. Collins St.
Tickets will be sold at the door
if available.
Reserve seats available for
$12.50.
Call: Myrle Henry, 752-
4094.

MONDAY
City commission
The Plant City City Com-
mission meets the second and
fourth Mondays of the month
at 7:30 p.m. in the Nettie Mae
Draughon Auditorium at city
hall, 302 W. Reynolds St.


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your abdomen. Take your other hand,
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Black Heritage Festival Starts Friday


The next meeting will be
Feb. 14.

TUESDAY
Kindergarten round-up
Bryan Elementary School,
2006 W. Oak Ave., plans a Kin-
dergarten Round-up Feb. 15 at
7 p.m. in the school's multi-
purpose room.
To register for the 2005-
2006 school year a child must
be 5 on or before Sept. 1. Bring
your child's birth certificate,
physical, shot record, Social
Security Card and proof of
address.
Call: 757-9300.

WEDNESDAY
Putnam's rep
to meet constituents
A caseworker from the office
of U.S. Rep. Adam Putnam will
be available to meet with con-
stituents of the 12th
Congressional District Feb. 16
from 9 to 10 a.m. at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLen-
don St. in Plant City
Constituents who are expe-
riencing problems with Social
Security, Medicare, Veteran's
Affairs or other federal agen-
cies may meet with the case-
worker. Bring any written
information or documenta-
tion that will allow the case-
worker to provide assistance.
Others who wish to express
their views on any national
issues are also encouraged to
meet with the caseworker.

PLAN AHEAD
Thomas Jefferson portrayal
Bruton Memorial Library,
302 McLendon St., will host
J.D. Sutton as Thomas Jeffer-
son on Feb. 17 at 7 p.m. in the
library's Moody Room.
Sutton, part of the Florida
Humanities Council's band of
Chautauquaactors/historians,
will give a presentation and
answer questions as Jefferson,
then step out of his role to
discuss his research on the
third U.S. president.
Admission is free. The event
is sponsored locally by the
Friends of the Library.
Call: 757-9215.


CELEBRATION MARKS

2nd ANNUAL EVENT
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Members of the Plant City
community are poised to help
strengthen February's nation-
ally recognized Black History
Month celebration.
The second annual Black
Heritage Celebration runs
from Feb. 11-13 with a parade
along Dr. Martin Luther King
Jr. Boulevard, and a festival of
events scheduled at East Side
Boys & Girls Club and Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Recrea-
tion Center, 1601 E. Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd.
"Get into the spirit of your
heritage," said Sharon Moody.
"That is the theme for the 2005
festival. We hope that all the
people in Plant City will join
us in celebrating our history."
Moody, the director of the
West Side Plant City Boys &
Girls Club, is also chairwoman
of a corporation called the
Plant City Black Heritage Cel-
ebration.
She and about 15 other resi-
dents form the committee
responsible for the Black Heri-
tage Celebration.
"With this weekend of
events, we hope to bring peo-
ple of all color together to
remember and appreciate
those who came before us,
and helped forge a path for the
black community to prosper,"
Moody said. "This is a chance
for us to celebrate our African-
American ancestors who led
the way to freedom, and the
opportunity for us to be who-
ever we want to be in life."
The festivities will start Feb.
11 at 3 p.m. with a carnival-
style midway at the recreation
center playground.
Sttate Rep. Frank Peterman
of St. Petersburg is guest
speaker at the Black Heritage
Banquet on Friday from 6 to 8
p.m. the center.
During the banquet special
recognition will be given to:
Cynthia Bailey, formerly of
Plant City Fire Rescue, who
was the first black secretary at
the department; Delmar Jack-


Plant City Black
Heritage Festival Events
The 2nd annual Plant
Cit, Black Heritage Festival
is set for Feb. 11-13. All
events are the the Dr. NMar-
tin Luther King Center,
1601 Dr. Martin Luther
King Ir. Blvd. unless other-
wise noted.
Feb. 11
6 to 8 p.m. 2nd annual
Black Heritage Banquet.
Speaker will be state Rep.
Frank Peterman of St.
Petersburg.
7 to 9 p.m. Black Heri-
tage and Topp Dog Enter-
tainment will host an open
microphone challenge and
talent show.
9 p.m. to midnight -
Midnight Madness on the
midway presented by Big-
Hearted Jerry. All-you-can-
ride wristbands for $10.
Feb. 12
10 a.m. to midnight -
Midway open.
1 p.m. 2nd annual
Black Heritage Parade
starting at Waller Street and
going to Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Boulevard to the
MLK Center. Grand
marshal is attorney Horace
Broadnax.
2 to 2:15 p.m. Winter
Haven Wolverine Band to
perform on court.
2:15 to 3 p.m. Horace

son, Plant City Fire Rescue's
first black officer; business-
man Joe Williams; Bethel Mis-
sionary Baptist Church; the
Plant City Police Department;
volunteers Gene Mendonsa
and Lela Agard; Mayor Mike
Sparkman; the late John Grif-
fin, who preceded Moody as
director of the Boys & Girls
Club; and the late Barbara
Goodwine, who served as a
director at the MLK Center for
many years.
On Saturday, the midway
opens at 10 a.m. At 1 p.m., the
second annual Black Heritage
Parade, featuring grand
marshal attorney Horace
Broadnax, will start on Waller
Street and move north to Dr.


Broadnax/Boys and Girls
Club of Plant City Hard
Court Basketball Tourna-
ment.
Car-Truck-Nlotorcycle
Show all day.
3 to 3:15 p.m. Rhythm
and blues singer provided
by New Generation Enter-
tainment.
3:15 to 4 p.m. Moor-Jo
lazz Dancers.
4 to 4:30 p.m. Horace
Broadnax/Bovs and Girls
Club of Plant City Hard
Court Basketball Tourna-
ment Championship game.
4:30 to 5 p.m. TranZ-
formers.
6 p.m. Doors will open
for the H-Town concert in
the Marshall Middle School
gym.
7 p.m. The singing
group H -Town will perform
live. Tickets: $10 in
advance. "Big Money SED"
will host the show from
WTIMP, 1150 AM.
Feb. 13 .
1: 30 to 9 p.m. Midway
open.
4 p.m. 2005 Gospel
Explosion at the MLK
Center, 1601 Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Groups to perform include
New Creation Kids of
Lakeland, Brothers of
Peace and Harmony of
Plant City and Edith
Langston and Gospel Meis.

Martin Luther King Jr.
Boulevard, where it will turn
- east to the center.
Following the parade and a
performance by the Winter
Haven Wolverine Band, the
Plant City Horace Broadnax/
Boys & Girls Club Plant City
Hard Court Basketball Tour-
nament will tip off. Following
a series of elimination games,
the tournament champion-
ship will be determined with a
final game starting at 4 p.m. -
"Our committee started
organizing for this event back
in September," Moody said.
"Nothing could have been
done but for the tremendous
effort done by all of the people
on the committee."


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POLICE BEAT

Electrical fire
No one was injured in an
electrical fire at Tomlin Middle
School Feb. 4, but the blaze
did about $60,000 in damage,
officials said.
Plant City Fire Rescue
received a call about 5:30 a.m.
concerning a fire at the school
on 501 N. Woodrow Wilson St.
Firefighters found a fire in a
portable classroom and were
able to put it out in about 10
minutes, said Bill Bowers, fire
rescue's operations chief.
The city's fire marshal
determined the cause electri-
cal in nature. The blaze caused
about $40,000 in damage and
$20,000 to the contents.

Murder suspect arrested
Hillsborough County Sher-
iff's Office detectives arrested
a Plant City man and charged
him with the double homicide
of two men in June 2002, offi-
cials said.
Fernando Cuevas, 28, was
arrested Feb. 2 in connection


A Tribute To Johnny Horton


with the shooting deaths of
Carlos Hernandez Jr., 18, of
5413 U.S. 92, Apt. 1, and Victor
Lara, 18, 1622 Fourth Ave. E.,
Bradenton.
The victims were shot June
16, 2002, at 4:55 a.m., while
driving northbound on Forbes
Road, north of Sydney Road.
That shooting followed
another incident the night
before where shots were fired
at a man sitting outside a
Dover home, deputies said.
Both shootings are thought
to be related to gang activity,
deputies said.
Cuevas is being held with-
out bail in a Hillsborough
County jail.

Motorcycle fatality
A Plant City man was killed
Feb. 6 after he lost control of
his motorcycle on a curve and
struck a fence.
According to Hillsborough
County Sheriffs deputies,
Billy Jean Gibson, 23, of 7702
Franklin Road, was traveling


southbound on Old Mulberry
Road on a 2004 Honda motor-
cycle about 11:20 p.m. when
the accident happened.
Gibson applied the brakes
as he approached a curve and
started skidding. He lost con-
trol and was thrown off the
motorcycle. Gibson was pro-
nounced dead at the scene.

Fatal crash
An Orlando man died fol-
lowing a Feb. 2 crash in Plant
City.
According to police, the
crash involved a box van and a
pick-up truck near Alexander
Street and Bowman Avenue.
The wreck happened about
11:16 a.m. when the van
driven by Donald Chamblin,
75, of Orlando, crossed into
the southbound lane of Alex-
ander Street, striking a truck
driven by Russell Fragoman,
57, of Dover.
Fragoman was uninjured,
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REMEMBERING A

COUNTRY LEGEND
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Tommy and Debbie Hor-
ton, members of "The Louisi-
ana Hayride," by way of the
Earnest Tubb Midnight Jam-
boree in Nashville, Tenn., and
the Boxcar Willie Theatre in
Branson, Mo., will perform at
the Florida Opry on Feb. 12 at
7 p.m. in the auditorium of the
1914 Plant City High School
Community Center, North
Evers and Herring streets
The Hortons will do a trib-
ute to family legend, Johnny
Horton, who died in 1960 after
bringing pop and country fans
such tunes as "The Battle of
New Orleans," "Sink the Bis-
marck," "North to Alaska" and
"Honky Tonk Man."
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Photo courtesy of the Florida Opry
Tommy and Debbie Horton
will perform a tribute to
family member Johnny Horton
on Feb. 12 at the Florida Opry.

old country music," said their
winter booking agent, Marsha
Hostetler. "And when they get
into their tribute to Johnny
Horton, the country music
fans who remember those
classic hits are in for a treat.
No one sings Johnny Horton
like Tommy."
Fifteen performances from
Johnny Horton's appearances
See HORTON, Page 20


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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


LETTER OF THE WEEK


Science behind


intelligent design'

Re: "Creationism Has No Place In Science Class," The
Courier, Feb. 3.
I would like to respond to the commentary titled
"Creationism Has No Place In Science Class." It stated,
"that a basic understanding of science would demon-
strate why creationism has no place in a public school's
science class."
Amazingly, science at its most basic level is exactly
what is fueling the new "intelligent design" movement in
some of the most prestigious scientific circles. Because
the origin of life took place in the unobservable past, we
have to use the scientific method to understand the
biomechanics of life and use those facts to formulate
theories on origin.
In the past 30 years, our knowledge of the cell (life's
most fundamental unit), has exploded. Research has
revealed a conglomeration of molecular machines that
work together even in one single cell. For example, the
bacterial flagellum. An electron micrograph details all the
workings of an outboard motor. There is a hook, fila-
ment, rotor, stator, drive shaft etc. It's a marvel of engi-
neering on a miniaturized scale.
Dr. Howard Berg of Harvard calls the bacterial flagel-
lum "the most efficient machine in the universe." It
functions at 100,000 rpm and is hardwired into a sensory
system. All parts are necessary for the motor to work, and
the mechanism is irreducibly complex.
In other words, if even one component were missing,
the whole thing would not work. Dr. Scott Minich, a
molecular biologist at the University of Idaho, says that
there can be no Darwinian explanation for this mecha-
nism.
Charles Darwin assumed that things would become
more simplified as you went down the hierarchy of life
but instead, modern molecular biology has shown us that
the lower you go, the more complex life gets. In fact, as
Dr. Michael Behe, a biochemist at Lehigh University,
says, "the basis of life is outrageously complex."
All this to say that intelligent design proponents are not
Christians wearing scientific masks. They are bona fide
scientists who were willing to buck the system of failed
theory on a quest for truth, and in that process have
discovered scientific facts that overwhelmingly support
what millions of sincere but unscientific lay people have
embraced for thousands of years.
Does this scare the scientific community? You bet it
does.
Somewhere in their search for knowledge they forgot
to open their eyes to truth. The revelations of science
concerning the language of DNA, unfossilized dinosaur
remains, the absence of intermediate links, flawed
carbon dating, hydrogen bonding properties of water
and a host of other anti-Darwinian facts have them
scrambling for new explanations, new theories. In short,
a way to think of life in the absence of God.
All of this because of one fear: the Bible is true!
Connie Gerbasi
Plant City
The writer is a science teacher for grades six through 12.


Thankful

for freedom
Re: "Creationism Has No
Place In Science Class," The
Courier, Feb. 3.
I am not writing to say how
much I disagree with your
views. I am writing to say how
much your editorial reminded
me of how fortunate I am to
be living in a country where
we are free to state our
opinions and beliefs, and
where parents can teach their
children the truth, regardless
of what is taught in public
schools.
This is truly a great country.
And (dare I say it?) God bless
America!
Barbara Jackson
Plant City

Students

must be

considered
Re: "Creationism Has No
Place In Science Class," The
Courier, Feb. 3.
I was pleasantly surprised
to read your commentary in
the Feb. 3 edition of The
Courier regarding the teach-
ing of creationism in the
public schools. As a free
thinker, I am very interested
in reading anything on the
subject of church-state
relations, and this was one of
the most thoughtful and
informative articles I have
read. It is even more
remarkable because it
appeared in a small-town
paper in a bastion of Christian
conservatism. I admire your
courage.
There is some aspect of the
controversy over teaching of
the Christian religion in the
public schools that is largely
ignored the effect it has on
individual students. I
attended school in the 1940s
when religious exercises such
as Bible reading and prayer
were not only permitted, but
were required as part of the
daily curriculum, and I still
remember the humiliation
and embarrassment I
endured because I was less
than enthusiastic about
participating in these exer-
cises.
Some teachers viewed it as
their duty to impose their
religious convictions upon
their students.
At a time when individual
thought is being suppressed
and conformity is rewarded,
we must all work to protect
and preserve those freedoms


guaranteed to us by out great
.Constitution.
Palmer Wall
Plant City

Truth is

in the scrolls
Re: "Creationism Has No
Place In Science Class," The
Courier, Feb. 3.
It has been very evident to
me over the years, most
atheists or agnostics who
believe in evolution are
generally uninformed.
I don't understand why
people like yourself are trying
to prove the Bible wrong
when all of the evidence is
right there in front of them.
Many hundreds of scientists
have accepted the Bible truths
over evolution. The reason
being if you research the Bible
"intellectually," you will find
the proof is in scrolls written
thousands of years ago; and
the prophecies of those
scrolls being fulfilled.
It is through the death,
burial and resurrection of our
Lord Jesus Christ that men
come to know God, the
author of creationism. This is
the simple gospel message
Christians have been given to
share with others and also, a
Bible truth.
It does amaze me how
intelligent human beings-
would place their faith on the
big-bang theory. It is much
easier to accept creationism
by faith.
My challenge to you would
be to seriously research the
Bible. Because if Christians
are correct in their beliefs,
where will that leave you after
death? Just be assured of one
thing, eternity is a long time.
What other way could you
spend your time so wisely? Go
ahead, open up the Bible for
yourself, prove it wrong!
I guess this discussion of
evolution vs. creationism will
continue on we call that a
spiritual battle.
My message here is in love.
I am praying you will thor-
oughly research the Bible in
as many ways as possible
before throwing it aside for a
"theory" (with no proven
facts), such as evolution.
Gary Noonan
Plant City

Evolution

requires faith

Re: "Creationism Has No
Place In Science Class," The
Courier, Feb. 3.
I read your commentary in


the Courier titled, "Creation-
ism Has No Place in-Science
Class," and I would like to
respectfully disagree. I think
that it takes more faith to
believe in evolution than it
does to believe in creation-
ism.
Believing in evolution is
like believing if you dropped a
complete set of dinosaur
bones out of an airplane that
before they hit the ground
they would form a dinosaur!
Doesn't that sound absurd?
Our universe runs on the
principle that matter goes
from order to disorder, which
is contrary to evolution.
You wrote about some
scientific fundamentals. I
would like to share some with
you. According to Dr. Jay Wile
in his book, "Exploring
Creation with General
Science," "Science cannot be
used to prove anything.
Evolution is no more than a
theory and should not be
taught as a proven fact. There
are many scientific theories
that all have strong evidence
to back them up, yet they are
not believed by all scientists.
Science can be used to study
virtually any subject. After all,
there are only three limita-
tions to science. First, it
cannot be used to prove
anything. Second, it is not 100
percent reliable. Third, it
must conform to the scientific
method."
You write about evolution
as if it is a proven fact whereas
according to you creationism
is only a made-up idea by
religious conservatives.
Creationism is not unscien-
tific. The scientific method
can be applied to any subject
and has been applied to the
subject of Christianity. Why
are you so afraid to have
public school children learn
the theory of creationism
along with the theory of
evolution?
Have you ever studied the
theory of creationism? I
would like to recommend Dr.
Jay Wile's book, "Reasonable
Faith: The Scientific Case for
Christianity," along with Ken
Ham, Jonathan Sarfati and
Carl Wieland's book, "The
Answers Book, The 20 most-
asked questions about
Creation, Evolution, and the
Book of Genesis."
The father of evolution,
Charles Darwin, stated that
one species leads to another.
He was gravely concerned
that there were no fossils of
intermediate links where a
creature was half one thing
and half another.
Dr. David Raup, the curator
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Verna Smith will celebrate
her 90th birthday Feb. 13 from
2 to 4 p.m. at Hopewell Baptist
Church's social hall, 6001
State Road 39 S.
She was born Feb. 14, 1915,
to J. Anak and Fannie Jones in
Durant on her grandfather
Roebuck's farm. That farm is
now a part of Medard Park.
Verna graduated from Plant
City High School in 1932.
She married Wilbur F. Smith
in 1934. Together they farmed
and operated a country store
for 30 years.
Verna's children, Genevieve
D'Alessio, W.A. and Nelda
Smith, invite all friends and
relatives to join the birthday
celebration. No gifts, please.

ANNIVERSARIES


Special to The Courier
These Plant City High School students were recently honored with the Jan Henrick Achievement
Award, named in honor of the former guidance counselor at Walden Lake Elementary and local
swim coach, who died of cancer last year.


Wedding Story And (
On the morning of May 5,
1939, when classmates
Margaret Lindsey, 16 at the
time, and Burnice Grace
started out to school, they t
made one small life-changing
detour to the justice of the
peace.
I can only imagine the
wonderful moment when
they arrived at school to tell
their friends Margaret was BETTY
now a Grace! They enjoyed BRIGG
many happy years together BRIGGS
before Burnice's death in Columnist
1983.
Margaret will celebrate her
82nd birthday Feb. 9 with a *****
barbecue and strawberry Plant City is honored to be
shortcake party (after all, her home to the state ROTC
parents moved to Plant City home to the state ROTC
from Georgia because they runner-up
had heard of a new successful Cadet of the
farm crop strawberries). Year, Warren
Helping her celebrate will be WSchr yenwr.
hosts for the occasion, her Warren was
children, Elizabeth and nominated by
Gerald Brock of Plant City, r the ROTC
Bobbi and Richard Claville of- Army instruc-
Seffner, and Lane and Mary tors at Plant
Grace of Clearwater, seven City High,
grandchildren and 11 great- Schryver retired Lt.
grandchildren. Col. Gus Julia
Friends are invited and can and retired
call 689-8652 or 754-5355 to Master Sgt. Keith Bayard, and
take part in this special was one of five finalists to
celebration for a special lady. appear before a board panel


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Special to The Courier
Betty Everidge is sitting pretty
at 100.
at Zephyrhills High School.
This fine young man is a
PCHS junior in honors and
advanced placement classes,
a three-year veteran of ROTC
and has held several leader-
ship positions. He will
command the school's
battalion for 2005-06. Con-
gratulations!


See BRIGGS, Page 22


CLUB NOTES


Garden club
The Plant City Garden Club will meet Feb. 10
at 6 p.m. at the clubhouse, 1112 N. Wheeler St.
Program is titled "High Color, Low Mainte-
nance." Bring a covered dish for supper. Voting
for the club's circles will take place.
Prospective members welcome. Transporta-
tion can be arranged.
Call: Darcy Stottlemyer, 759-1019, or Dinah
Helton, 717-9127.

Woman's club meeting
The Woman's Club of Plant City will hold an
international program Feb. 15 at the club-
house, 1112 N. Wheeler St.
A social time begins at 10:30 a.m., with the
meeting at 11.
The International Affairs committee mem-


bers will prepare a dish from their favorite
country and there will be guests from all over
the world.
Attendees are welcome to wear garb native
to their country.
Reservations: Althea Oliseck, 659-4361.

Daughters of 1812
The Benjamin DeVane Chapter No. 343 of
the U.S. Daughters of 1812 will host its winter
meeting Feb. 19 at 11 a.m. at the Orange Blos-
som Tea Room, 106 S. Evers St.
Chapter president Linda Neal will present
the 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, 926-2235.


Carolyn and Don Hicks
Hicks 50th anniversary
Don and Carolyn (News-
ome) Hicks of Plant City
recently celebrated their 50th
wedding anniversary. They
were married Feb. 4, 1955, in
Plant City. Don is retired from
H&H Wholesale Furniture Co.

ENGAGEMENTS

Johnson-Couch
Mr. and Mrs. Michael D.
Johnson of Peachtree City,
Ga., formerly of Plant City,
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Amanda
Michelle, to John Samuel
Couch of Cartersville, Ga.
The prospective groom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Couch of Roswell, Ga., and Jan
Couch of Cartersville, and the
grandson of Obeera Couch of
Anderson, S.C., and Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Allen of Cartersville.
The bride-elect is a 1999
graduate of McIntosh High
School in Peachtree City, and
graduated summa cum laude
from Georgia Southern Uni-
versity in 2003 with a degree in
business administration with
an emphasis in marketing.
She is a member of Delta Pi
Sorority.
She is employed as an inside
account manager for BlueLinx
Corp. and currently resides in
Vinings, Ga.
The prospective groom is a
1999 graduate of Cartersville
High School and a 2003 gradu-
ate of Georgia Southern,
where he earned a bachelor's
degree in business adminis-
tration with an emphasis in
marketing.
He is employed as an out-
side account manager with


The couple attend First
Baptist Church of Plant City.
They have two sons, Donnie
and his wife, Tammi, of Tren-
ton, and Phil and his wife,
Cindy, of Plant City; three
grandchildren; and two great-
grandsons.


John Couch and
Amanda Johnson
Southeastern Freight Lines
Inc. He lives in Marietta, Ga.
While at Georgia Southern,
both were members of the
American Marketing Associa-
tion.
A June wedding is planned
at the First Baptist Church of
Peachtree City. After a wed-
ding trip to Whitehouse,
Jamaica, the couple will reside
in Marietta.


Verna Smith





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Fashion fit for the festival
Katelyn Yarbrough, left and sister Ashlyn show off fashion
from Plant City boutique Berry Patch Kids during the
Florida Strawberry Festival's 28th annual Fashion Show
held Feb. 3 in front of a packed Arthur Boring Building.
More than 70 models paraded down the runway in
fashions from seven local stores.


PAID ADVERTISEMENT


COMMUNITY ROUNDUP

Baby Parade registration
There are a few spots available for the 2005
Baby Parade at the Florida Strawberry Festival.
Registration is available at My Girlfriend's
Place, 1701 S. Alexander St.
The 1-year-old category is full, there is
limited availability for the 2-, 3-, and 4-year-old
divisions.
The parade will take place March 12 at the
Strawberry Festival grandstand. Each entry
must be made in person and accompanied by a
$20 entry fee. Entrants must reside in eastern
Hillsborough County and provide proof of res-
idence. Call: Katie Sparkman, 757-2447.

Blood drives
BloodNet USA will host blood drives at the
following locations:
Mosaic Hopewell, 6811 Highway 39 S., Feb.
15 from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Dart Container, 4610 Airport Road, Feb. 16
from 2:30 to 6 p.m.
Call: 1-800-683-8355.

Cleanup event seeks sponsors, volunteers
Keep Hillsborough County Beautiful needs
site captains, sponsors and volunteers for its
12th annual Great American Cleanup slated for
April 16.


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AT SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH

Celebrated Evangelist and inspirational speaker to bring his message of victory to Plant City

"I have cerebral palsy...WHAT'S YOUR EXCUSE?'

"Hey retarded." "Look, that boy walks funny." "That boy can't do anything right."


By the late 1960's, a life of children's cruel taunts and adult's
curious stares had shaped David Ring. Bitter and reclusive, he felt far *'*:'
from the God he had known as a child in Arkansas.
Born with cerebral palsy and intensely lonely following the j
death of his parents, Ring had spent two years being buffeted from "-
one sibling' home to another.
"Give up on me, I'm a no good cripple," he would tell his sisters
and their husbands. Defiant, he would test them, refusing to talk and
fighting as they would try to take him to school.
But Ring was soon to find out that his God had plans for the '
angry teen, he said, plans that were antithetical to what he had be-
come: In less than ten years, Ring would be a well-known and sought
after motivational speaker, a man who would give the "belly achers"
a spiritual smack and turn the "victims," like he had been, into the
"victors."
His message of hope would be far-reaching, touching those like
Dave Dravecky, the former San Francisco Giant's pitcher who lost his
arm to cancer in 1989.
"After the amputation, I was struggling with all of these
things going on," Dravecky said from his non-profit foundation in
Colorado. He and his wife saw Ring speaking on television, and they
watched in amazement, Dravecky said. "I remember seeing him as
one of those shining stars who lifts your spirits when you're at rock
bottom." Dravecky said. "You could see the strength and the cour-
age, in the midst of adversity how he was dealing with his deck of
cards."
But back in 1969, no one needed a spiritual smack more than David Ring.
He had allowed his disability to make him the school outcast, mistaking any friendly
advances for pity.
On April 17, 1970, then 15-year-old Ring went to church in Liberty, MO, where he was
living with his sister. His only hope that night was to appease his sister and get her "off his back."
In his book Just As I Am, Ring writes that as the preacher spoke, Ring remembers think-
ing, "Man, I wish you would shut up."
"The preacher shut up, but then the Lord Jesus spoke up. The Lord came to me, and He
knocked at my broken heart. He said, 'David, I am standing at your heart, knocking, and if you
only listen to Me and open the door I will come in, and I will have fellowship with you forever
and forever."
Ring was awestruck. He had never thought of God as a personal friend, he said.
"I was totally different from one day to the next," Ring said from his ministry's headquar-
ters in Franklin, TN.
A new attitude would produce immediate changes in Ring. His low self-esteem and pro-
tective shell were shed.
People he had once ignored, for fear of rejection and ridicule, began to see beyond his limp
and labored speech, and noticed his intelligence and humor.'


More importantly, though, Ring began to see beyond his own
Weaknesses.
"-.' "You can go through circumstances like cerebral palsy or losing
a mom or dad or a divorce, and you can go through life bitter and
frustrated with a chip on your shoulder," Ring said. "I chose not to
do that. I chose to give my life to the Lord. That changed my life
and it changed my attitude."
Almost as an affirmation, his new friends convinced him to
run for senior class vice-president, which meant, for most, a form of
social suicide; also running was a pretty and popular cheerleader.
He made his first public speech for that office five minutes
that brought a standing ovation from 1,000 school mates. Ring
, / defeated the cheerleader 252 to 44.
With new friends, improved grades and a knack for hunting
S I Ldown destructive character flaws, Ring began to tell his testimony at
churches.
His point was simple: even in the face of the steepest obstacles,
j "Don't blame. Don't be bitter. Forgive."
And he developed a distaste for naysayers. They would find
him, too.
Well-meaning friends and family were sometimes hi most dis-
couraging detractors. When he received the call to become minister
in 1971, they pointed out how difficult he was to understand. When
he wanted to find a wife, they tried to brace him for disappoint-
ment.
He had to remain focused on his plan and God's plan, he said, and be willing to handle
rejection and not equate it with failure.
"Most people want to be victims," he said. "They blame people. We cannot get anywhere
blaming other people. We need to go forward and not back."
Thus began Ring's advancement along a path that would see him graduate from William
Jewell Baptist College in Liberty in 1976, and accept scores of invitations to churches and reviv-
als around Missouri.
There were minor setbacks: his disability kept him from being accepted to seminary. But
there were breakthroughs as well. In 1978, at age 24, he was invited to speak at the Southern
Baptist Convention's Pastor's Conference in Atlanta one of the youngest men to address the
convention.
Requests for his motivational species began coming in nation-wide. Today, he speaks at
over 200 events a year.
And ironically, at a speaking engagement in a Missouri town where he had briefly attended
school, and had his most bitter memories of loneliness and abuse, he found his wife. Today they
have four healthy children.
Ring will be the guest speaker at 6:00 PM this Sunday evening, February 13th at the
Shiloh Baptist Church, 905 W Terrace Drive in Plant City (go 1-4, exit on Paul Buchman, turn
north, go to second street (Terrace Drive) turn left and the church is on the left).


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 recognition on T-shirts
and other promotional items. Volunteers can
find a list of cleanup locations closer to the
event date at www.khcbonline.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 offering a nurse assis-
tant :training at The Spring Feb. 28 through
March 31. The 108-hour program includes
classroom lectures 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," March 6 from 1 to 5 p.m.; and
March 4 and March 25 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.


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10 THE COURIER FEBRUARY 10, 2005


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


ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Dover: S. Dover Rd & Douwiing St,
659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
.Allen Chapel: 1109 E. Laura St,
"52-'389
Mount Olive: 1113 I: ,adison St
Mount Olive: Horton Rd.
'3"-2628
APOSTOLIC
.Isamblea A.postolica:
1501 Colson Rd. "3"-3496
Apostolic Church
of esus Christ:
1212 I. Reynolds. 4"'-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd,
lithia. 685-4240
Bethany: 9804 Harne' Rd.
Thonotosassa. 986-51"'
Calrar, Fellowship:
1110 N. Gordon St. "52-5005
Dover First: SR 5"4 & Pettie Rd,
689-0343
Faith Temple: 1-4 at
Hillsborough-Polk Count)y
Line, 752-0532
Faith Lighthouse:
3409 SR 39 N. 752-1885
First Plant City:
Charlie Griffin Rd,
Wof SR 39S, 752-3351
Fort Alafla: Corner of South
Hwy. 39 & Swilley Rd, 737-4656
Keysville: SR 640, 737-4803
Mount Zion:
1-4 at Thonotosassa Rd, 752-1614
Pleasant Grove:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-3529
Victory Worship Center:
County Line Rd, 754-6089
Sydney: Sydney Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of Sydney-Dover Rd, 659-0532
Turkey Creek:
Turkey Creek Rd, 754-5372
BAPTIST
Ahava: Turkey Creek Rd,
N. of SR 60, 737-3739
Alafta Baptist:
222 Alafta Church Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd, 737-3240
Berea: SR 395, 737-1232
Bethany: Cork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel: 804 W Renfro St,
754-2239
Beulah: Allen & County Line Rd,
Lithia, 737-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd,
752-2875
Burchwood Temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 574, 752-3782
Calvary Free Will:
3539 Trapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grove: E. Keysville Rd,
737-1234
Central of Lithia:
Pinecrest & Keysville Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 E. Alsobrook, 752-3740
Community Christian:
1310 N. Shannon Ave, 754-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S, Pinecrest,
737-1211
Dover Eastside: Countryside
Baptist Church, 2820
Gallagher, 571-8200
Dover First: N. Gallagher Rd,
659-0203
Eastside: 1318 E. Calhoun St.
754-2681
East Thonotosassa: McIntosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd, 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 W. Washington St. 754-6661
First Baptist Church of
Midway: Midway Rd, 752-'209


First Baptist Lithia:
Intersection of SR 39 &
Lithia-Pinecrest Rd, 737-1121
First Plant City:
503 N. Palmer, 752-4104
First Thonotosassa Missionary:
Mclntosh Rd, 986-4756
Harmony Baptist Church:
6008 W. Knights Griffin Rd,
986-7165
Hopewell: SR 39 S, 737-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Huy,
752-4972
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
752-2006
Lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd,
754-5278
Mount Moriah Freewill:
Warren &Johnson St, 754-4397
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W. Ball St,
754-3834
New Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., 752-3985
Northside:
1700 N. Franklin St, 752-2779
Oakwood: Airport Rd, 752-5499
Plant City Primitive:
509 N. Evers St, 754-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-2556
Shiloh: 905W. Terrace Dr.,
754-7445
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road,
754-4879
St. Luke Missionary:
108 S. Warnell St, 754-4992
St. Mary's Freewill:
Hunter & Warren St, 754-6853
St. Mary Missionary:
1804 S.R. 60E., 737-3668
St. Mary's Primitive Baptist
Church: 907 E. Laura St,
754-1616
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church:
5447 S. Turkey Creek Rd,
737-1224
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Westside: 2503 W. Granfleld Ave,
752-1450
Whitehurst Rd:
901 N. Whitehurst Rd, 754-5405
CATHOLIC
St. Clement: 1104 N. Alexander St,
752-8251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder Rd,
752-2771
Cork: Cork Road, 752-1521
Laura St: 1310 E. Laura St,
752-2858
Springhead: Wiggins Rd,
754-1485
CHRISTIAN
(Disciples of Christ)'
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,
752-5385
CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian:
Mcfntosh Rd. Nof SR 5'74
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
Aeu' Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calvary Community:
5209 Smith-Ryals Rd
Dover: Downing St, 659-2900


Plant City: 2103 Mudlake Rd.
752-4591
Turkey Creek: Turkey Creek Rd
at SR 60, 737-1331
Thonotosassa:
1702 N. Taylor Rd, 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson, Indiana)
Kingsway First: 2808 Kinsway
N., Seffner, 657-7500
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
713 Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St,
752-6438
Gospel Tabernacle:
Allen & Haines St
EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
752-5061
HOLINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 W. Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
728 W. Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Restoration Assembly:
106 S. Evers St.
Evangelists for Jesus
Tabernacle:
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Growth Center:
1310 N. Shannon, 719-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 E. Tomlin St, 754-1133
Deeper Life Fellowship:
Covilla Rd, W of SR 39 N.
Revival Outreach Center:
225 N. Dover Rd, 681-2250
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:
3202 N. Maryland Ave, 752-
3345
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church ofJesus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, 752-6364
LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd,
752-4622
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064
NAZARENE
Wagoner Memorial:
2402 Mud Lake Rd, 752- 7863
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Calvary Chapel of Plant City:
2102 N. Park Rd, 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
W. McLin Ave.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffner Elementary
School, 657-7914
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. 764-0929
Greater Love Christian Center:
1109 N. Franklin St, 759-8270
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E. Hillsborough Ave,
'54-26'4
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St. 659-2624
Younman's Praise and Worship
Center: I.S. 92 E
ORTHODOX
Holy Protection lUkrainian
Orthodox Church: 3820 Moores
Lake Rd, Dover, 659-0123


PENTECOSTAL
Christian Life Assembly:
3120 S. Miller Rd., 657-4802
Living Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. Evers St, 759-0528
New Hope Worship Center:
803 W. Mahoney St, 757-6123
New Life Temple Pentecostal
Church of God:
3301 Clemons Rd, 754-7088
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dover: Moore's Lake &
Holiness Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the Living God:
1102 Tyler St, 754-5840
PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant City:
1107 Charlie Griffin Rd, 759-9383
First Presbyterian Plant City:
404 W. Reynolds St, 752-4211
SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk with God Ministry:
15140 SR 574, Dover, 659-0930
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant City: 2203 Strawberry Dr,
752-4694
SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W.Johnson Rd,
754-5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.,
Valrico, 685-0998
UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W. Sam Allen Rd,
754-3233
Dover First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415
First Plant City: 303 N. Evers St,
754-3519
Grace: 1801 E. Cherry St,
659-3718
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr,
754-2441
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman
Rd, 752-5751
St. Luke: 809 E. Laura St,
757-6051
Thonotosassa: Fort King Huwy
at Mistletoe Dr, 986-7135
Trinity Plant City: 402 W.
English St, 752-9316


St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
5pm English, 6:30pm Spanish
at
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
(Off of 574 Dover)
Sunday Masses
7am,10:30am & 12:15pm English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563 iIr
(Off 1-4, Exit 21 South)
(813)752-8251
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185




First United
Methodist
Church of
Plant City
303 N. Evers Street
Downtwn Plant City
Iacn:.- (Tom Ciah Hall parkmin I.:i
754- 3519
WORSHIP HOURS
8:00 am Chapel Communion
Service
9:00 am Contemporary Worship
In The Wesley Centre
10:00 am Sunday School
(Children Adult)
11:00 am Traditional Worship In
The Sanctuary


tvenings
wwwtheloftonhine org
Dr Alan L Beaver
Senior Pastor
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors
www.fumcplantcity.org


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OFFERINGS

Celebration at Trinity
Trinity United Methodist
Church, 402 W. English St.,
will host "Celebration Sunday"
Feb. 13 at the 10:30 a.m. wor-
ship service.
The event will celebrate the
church's growth and achieve-
ments and honor the volun-
teers and staff who made it
happen over the last few
years.
Members are asked to bring
a covered dish. The public is
welcome and invited to attend
the supper in the fellowship
hall following the service.
Call: 752-9316.

David Ring to speak
Shiloh Baptist Church, 905
W. Terrace Drive, will host
evangelist and inspirational
speaker David Ring on Feb. 13
at 6 p.m.
Call: 752-8345.

'Call to Prayer'
Call to Prayer 2005 will be
held every Friday at noon
through March 18 at the Cor-
nerstone 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.
The schedule includes: The
Rev. Alan Beaver of First
United Methodist Church,
Feb. 11; The Rev. David Delph
of First Presbyterian Church,
Feb. 18; The Rev. Melvin Rod-
riguez of New Jerusalem
Church, Feb. 25; The Rev. Don
Mason of Evangelical Presby-
terian Church, March 4; The
Rev. Rob Sowell of Christian
Growth Center, March 11; and
The Rev. Bill Cotton of Mount
Zion Assembly of God, March
18.
Call: Rev. Norm Blanton,
752-4671.

Christian musician
at Church of God
Plant City Church of God,
2103 Mud Lake Road, will host
Christian vocalist and
musician Gordon Mote Feb.
13 at 10:30 a.m.
Call: 752-4591.

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Gospel show
Southern gospel group The
Floridians will perform Feb.
18 at 7 p.m. at the Cornerstone
Center, 315 N. Collins St.
Call: Norm Blanton, 752-
4671.

Bethel celebrates anniversary
Bethel Missionary Baptist
Church, 804 W. Renfro St., will
celebrate its 119th anniversary
Feb. 18 at 7:30 p.m. and Feb.
20 at 11 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
The theme will be "The Joy
of Unity: Philippians 2:1-11.
Call: 754-1428.

Dixie Echoes in concert
The Dixie Echoes will
perform Feb. 20 at 7 p.m. at
Springhead Baptist Church,
3106 S. Wiggins Road. A free-
will offering will be taken.
Call: 752-4879.
Fish fry benefit
Springhead Baptist Church,


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3106 S. Wiggins Road, plans a
fish fry benefit Feb. 26 from 4
to 7 p.m. Adults $6, children
$4, takeouts available.
Proceeds will benefit the
installation of a fire alarm
system.
Call: 752-4879.


Bluegrass Gospel music
Cross Point Bluegrass
Gospel band from Shelbyville,
Tenn., will minister in music
and song Feb. 27 at the 6:30
p.m. service at Sydney Baptist
Church, 1510 Cre Road in
Sydney.


Greek grammar course
A course in New Testament
Greek grammar will be offered
Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m.
March 1 to May 31 at Youmans
Praise & Worship Center, 3816
U.S. 92 E., Plant City. Cost is
$30. Call: 719-2424.


Direct business

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Advertise your services affordably in the
Business and Service Directory
in Sunbelt Publications.
Deadline is Wednesday,
prior to the publication date.


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Florida Bass Federation Kids Casting Tournament
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Plant City Police Department
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12 THE COURIER FEBRUARY 10, 2005


DEATHS


Alsip
Ralph B. Alsip,'97, of Plant City died
Jan. 26.
He was born in Loda, Ill., and moved
here from Tully, N.Y., in 1971.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran of World
War II and participated in the D-Day
invasion.
He was foreman for a feed company,
attended St. Peter's Episcopal Church,
and was a member of Phoebus
Masonic Lodge No. 82 of the Free &
Accepted Masons in New Berlin, N.Y.
He is survived by a son, David of
Bedford, Texas, and several nephews
and nieces.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Floyd
Louise L. "Walls" Floyd, 74, of Plant
City died Jan. 29.
She was born in Baxley, Ga., and
lived in Plant City most of her life.
She was a shrimp worker and home-
maker, and enjoyed dancing and fish-
ing.
She is survived by three sons, Robert
Jr. of Lake City, and William and Ken-
neth, both of Plant City; five daughters,
Carolyn Shields of Athens, Ga.; Betty
Polk of Duette, Ruth Howard of Lake-
land; Barbara Smith of Winder, Ga.;
and Patricia Creach of Bushnell; 23
grandchildren; and 33 great-grand-
children.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Giddens
James R. Giddens, 50, of Plant City
died Jan. 29.
He was born in Lakeland and was a
lifelong resident of Plant City.
He was a sign maker for 3M
National.
He is survived by his wife, Cristy L.;
his mother, Joan T. of Plant City; two
brothers, Keneth R. and Jeffrey S.; two


sisters, Valerie McCullar and Mary
Fulton; six nephews and nieces.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Horton
Ryan Horton, 24, of Plant City died
Jan. 22.
He was born in Lakeland and was a
lifelong resident of Plant City.
He was an assistant grocery store
manager for Publix and a Baptist.
He is survived by his mother, Mona
S. of Plant City; a brother, Shea M. of
Lakeland; a sister, Summer L. of Plant
City; his stepmother, Patty of Lake-
land; paternal grandparents Hilton
and Lena of Plant City; and his
maternal grandmother Carolyn Clark
of Rogersville, Tenn.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Jones
Larry R. Jones Jr., 21, of Valrico died
Jan. 23.
He was born in Tampa and was a
lifelong resident of Valrico.
He was a roofer.
He is survived by his wife, Amanda;
two sons, Adrien and Cameron, both
of Valrico; a brother, Nicholas L. of Riv-
erview; a sister, Laura S. of Valrico; his
paternal grandmother, Betty J. Payne;
and his maternal grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Angelo LoCicero.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Killebrew
Edward Killebrew, 90, ofValrico died
Jan. 23.
He was born in Shorterville, Ala.,
and was a longtime resident of Val-
rico.
He installed machinery.
He is survived by a son, John A. of
Fort Lonesome; a daughter, Annie M.
Davidson of Valrico; a sister, Eulls
Dorsey; 12 grandchildren; and 15


great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Malo
Bonnie S. Malo, 61, of Hollywood,
formerly of Plant City, died Jan. 18.
She was born in Port Huron, Mich.,
and was employed by the U.S. Postal
Service.
She is survived by two sons, Fredrick
Marvil of Hollywood and Craig Marvil
of Spring Hill; a sister, Kay Davis of
Orlando; and three grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

McDonald
Ernest W. McDonald, 83, of Plant
City died Jan. 31.
He was born in Hopewell and was a
retired shipping agent for Railway
Express.
He attended First Baptist Church of
Plant City.
He is survived by his wife, Neta; a
son, Michael of Roswell, Ga.; a
daughter, Kim Schell of Lakeland; and
five grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Mizell
Nolen N. Mizell, 77, of Plant City
died Jan. 29.
He was born in Nichols and was an
electrician for Mobil Chemical.
He was an Army veteran and
attended Berea Baptist Chuirch.
He is survived by a son, Kenneth of
Lakeland; a daughter, Patsy A. Hub-
bard; a brother, Herbert of Fort Meade;
a sister, Louise Giding; five grandchil-
dren; and nine great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Montgomery
Amy L. Montgomery, 19, of Tampa,
formerly of Plant City, died Jan. 23.
She was born in Barstow, Calif., and


moved here 15 years ago.
She was a student and attended
Plant City Church of God.
She is survived by her foster parents,
Bill and Jeanette Long of Plant City; a
foster brother, Eric Long of Plant City;
and a foster sister, Julia Wyman of
Auburndale.
Haught Funeral Home.

Permenter
Ferman S. Permenter, 68, of Plant
City died Jan. 25.
He was born in Statenville, Ga. and
came here from Georgia in 1941.
He was employed by Kash n' Karry.
He was a member of First Thonoto-
sassa Missionary Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife, Helen; a
son, Coy "Sam"; two brothers, B.W. of
Lutz and Talmadge of Duette; a sister,
Louise Nichols of Plant City; and two
grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Sawyer
Hazel M. Sawyer, 90, of Lithia died
Jan. 24.
She was born in Lawrence County,
Ohio, and was a homemaker.
She is survived by a daughter-in-
law, Phyllis Ward of Lithia.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Sayre
Anne L. Sayre, 81, of Plant City died
Jan. 31.
She was born in Marydel, Md., and
was a retired nurse.
She is survived by a son, Vincent L.;
and a daughter, Virginia L.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Taylor
Austin H. Taylor, 67, of Seffner died
See DEATHS, Page 19


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BUSINESS


Customized Closets Help Families Control Clutter


COUPLE CAN INSTALL

ONE CLOSET, HOUSEFUL
By LAURA FRAZIER
Correspondent
Carol and Tim Weather-
sbee's new family business
has helped at least one local
husband get out of the dog-
house and into the closet.
The Plant City couple
started their own custom
closet design and installation
business last April. One of the
first calls they received was
from a traveling nurse frus-
trated by the mess she found
left by her spouse every time
she returned from a long
business trip.
In the woman's absence,
her husband's cufflinks and
watches wound up strewn
about the house. Ties, belts
and jackets were draped over
armchairs or puddled on the
floor, the clean items indis-
cernible from the dirty
laundry.
The nurse called Encore
Closets Inc. to help streamline
the cleaning and storage pro-
cess for her husband.
The Weathersbees installed
a custom closet system for the
couple, including racks for
belts, ties, jackets and robes.
They added a pull-out hamper
basket for laundry and a few
built-in drawers, one velvet-


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Carol and Tim Weathersbee of Plant City offer custom closet
designs to help come to the rescue of messy closets.


lined especially to hold the
gentleman's wayward jewelry.
As is her custom, Carol
Weathersbee called her client
a few weeks after the installa-
tion to see how things were
working out.
"She was just delighted to
report that her husband found
it very easy to keep things neat
and organized. She was tickled
pink and thanked us over and
over again," she said. "They're
just waiting now for us to find
a good garage system supplier
so we can help organize that
for them."
Delighted relief is a common
reaction to the sense of
organization custom closet
systems can provide, Weath-


ersbee said.
"Even though people are
building very large homes
these days, storage is still an
issue," she said. "They want
those big, beautiful homes to
look showroom quality, with-
out the clutter."
"If someone calls to say
they're coming over in 30 min-
utes, having a special place
designated for things like toys,
keys, purses, clothes, laundry,
shoes, school books and bags
... it just makes it sO much
easier to whip the whole house
into shape."
Encore Closets uses prod-
ucts similar to those used by
See CLOSETS, Page 17


Photos special ro The I
Custom closet systems are available in traditional white
melamine and a variety of upgrades like this maple finish.


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CLASS NOTES

Hargrove awarded
$1,200 scholarship
Brandon Hargrove of Plant
City is one of two Bay area stu-
dents to be awarded Erika and
Don Wallace scholarships to
Hillsborough Community
College.
Hargrove attends HCC's
Plant City Campus.
The, Erika and Don Wallace
Scholarships awarded $1,200
to each recipient. In order to
qualify for the scholarship, the
recipient must be a United
States citizen, show evidence
of financial need and the
recipient must be a current
Hillsborough Community
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The Erika and Don Wallace


LINDA CHION KENNEY/Staff photo
Members of the cast of "Bye Bye Birdie" rehearse at Durant High School. In back, from left, are
Justin Stanley, Andrea Cummings, Laura Estes, Ed Mason, Kelli Santos and Eva Villareal. In front are
Caitlin Fitzgerald, Nick Carter, Doug Buffaloe, Stefanie Rogers and Rachael Sanders.


'Bye Bye Birdie' Opens At Durant


TEACHERS CAST
WITH STUDENTS
By LINDA CHION KENNEY
Ichion@mediageneral.com
Ed Mason returns to the
stage as Harry McAfee, a part
he-played last year with Plant


City Entertainment, and this
time he's taking his students
with him.
In this month's staging of
"Bye Bye Birdie," Mason, a
charter teacher at Durant High
School, returns as McAfee, the
nondescript father from Sweet
Apple, Ohio, who lives the
dream of appearing on the Ed


Sullivan Show. He gets that
shot through the once-in-a-
lifetime selection of his
daughter, Kim, to kiss the just-
drafted Conrad Birdie, a dead-
ringer for Elvis.
Birdie, with his smooth
voice and gyrating -hips,
See BIRDIE, Page 21


Scholarship was established
to honor the Wallace's gener-
osity to HCC and to the stu-
dents of HCC.

Oldham graduates
with honors
Mark A. Oldham recently
graduated summa cum laude
and as a King O'Neal Scholar
with a 4.0 GPA from the
Honors College of the Univer-
sity of South Florida.
Oldham earned a bachelor's
degree in biomedical science
and will be entering the USF
College of Medicine this fall.
He is the son of Greg and
Jiny Oldham of Plant City and
grandson of Robert and Helen
Newell of Seffner.


,. 1 HONOR ROLL


The following students have
been named to the Principal's
Honor Roll for the second
nine-week grading period at
these schools:

Durant
Grade 9: Nourham Abdelrahim,
Amanda Aguilar, Ciera Albright, Alyssa
Anzalone, Daniel Barousse, Samantha
Booher, Jessica Camara, Laura Castano,
Maddison Cave, Amanda Chillura, Skye
Cook, Sara Demuth, Zachary Dever,
Kaylee Doback, Valeska Dubon, Amber
Eschenfelder, Sarah Fowler, Daniel Fox,
Ruben Gonzalez, Jennifer Gray, Carrie
Hart, Samantha Hensley, Tracey Herbert,


Matthew Hogue, Nathan Holcombe,
Keylee Holway, Michael Hooks, Joshua
Huey, Kasey Johnson, Aviree Jordan,
Heather Kelley, Ryu Klosaka, Stephanie
Kuczynski, Kenneth Lee, Mark Mangen,
Andrew Mangosing, Amy Marsh, Victoria
Martin, Kelly Mena, Darcea Mickens,
Dawn Moody, Rosangelis Negron, Julice
Ogando, Chelsea Pelter, Christopher
Plante, Tania Rivera, Leo Rossiter,
Marshal Sewell, Joshua Sharkas, Brooke
Shidler-Lattz, Grant Sizemore, Korey
Swanson, Nikaylea Thomas, Brooke Van
Aman, Eric Vanwiltenburg, Russell Wads-
worth, Cory Walker, Natalie Waterman,
Konstance Weaver, Kate Williamson,
See HONOR, Page 21


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Kirkland
Navy Seaman Joshua F.
Kirkland recently deployed to
the Caribbean while assigned
to the amphibious assault ship
USS Saipan, homeported in
Norfolk, Va.
Kirkland and his shipmates
will participate in New Hori-
zons, a humanitarian assis-
tance exercise in Haiti. The
two-month exercise will
support the rebuilding of
schools and wells, and also
provide medical support to the
victims of Hurricane Jeanne.
Kirkland is a 2003 graduate
of Durant High School and
joined the Navy in September
2004.
He is the son of Jill Marie
Abrams and Jack D. Kirkland,
both of Plant City.

McCord
Navy Seaman Recruit Ken-
neth D. McCord recently com-
pleted Navy basic training at
Recruit Training Command,
Great Lakes, Ill.
McCord is a 2004 graduate of
Grace Christian High School of
Valrico. He is the son of Steven
D. McCord of Plant City.

Moore
Army Spec. Sean M. Moore
has been named Soldier of the
Year. Moore is an imagery
analyst assigned to the 3rd
Military Intelligence Center,
Washington Navy Yard, Wash-
ington, D.C. He is the son of
Jimmy E. and Amy L. Moore of
Plant City. His wife, Jamie, is
the daughter of Julian V. and
Judy Sweatt, also of Plant City.
The specialist is a 2000
graduate of Plant City High
School.
See UNIFORM, Page 19

CLOSETS
Continued From Page 13
large nationwide chains,
Weathersbee said, offering
custom design and installa-
tion at a fraction of the cost.
"Our concept is that if we
wouldn't pay for it ourselves,
we're not going to try and sell
it and expect someone else to
pay for it. Our goal is to create
a sleek design that is functional
and attractive, but is not going
to bust someone's budget."
The company offers free in-
home estimates on week-
nights.
The couple visits the client's
home to discuss his or her
needs and to take measure-
ments. In two to three days,
they deliver a custom design
plan and are ready to schedule
a weekend installation.
They use furniture grade
particleboard with a thermal
grade melamine coating to
create the closet systems. Sys-
tems are available in the cus-
tomary white melamine or
maple and cherry finishes.
"You can build furniture
with the material we use. It
just creates a beautiful closet
system that is functional and
very durable," Carol Weather-
sbee said.
The couple can design
custom systems for one closet
or a whole house. Their refer-
ences include new home and
existing home installations.
They've even designed a free-
standing, permanently affixed
unit for a room without space
for a decent size closet.
For information, call 956-
1051.


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Joint Replacement Surgery
Thursday, March 10, 6:30pm
Community Conference Rooms A & B
Registration is preferred.
Call (813) 754-4444.
Cost: Free

Ba4, 10 i Upport ft
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Registration and pre-payment required.
March 7, 6-8pm
Recertification Only
Community Conference Room
Cost: $25 (includes book and card)


Spring Health Check

Spring into good health with these free or low-cost
health screenings at South Florida Baptist
Hospital's Annual Spring Health Check. These
screenings identify disease at its earliest stage, so
you can do something to reverse it, and maybe
even save your life.
Blood Profiles Prostate/PSA Screens
March 17, 18 & 19 March 19
9am-noon 9am-noon
Cost: $15 Cost: $15
Includes lipid panel, complete
metabolic profile and blood count CT Heart Score
March 19
Osteoporosis 9am-noon
March 17 Cost: $100
9am-noon
Cost: Free Carotid Doppler
Ultrasound
Skin Cancer Screening March 19
March 18 9am-noon
9am-noon Cost: $20
Cost: Free
Vascular Leg Screening
Mammograms March 19
March 19 9am-noon
9am-noon Cost: $20
Cost: $45
Appointments required. Call (813) 754-4444.


AARP 55 Drive
Alive Course
This two-day course helps seniors,
ages 55 and up, tune up their
driving skills. Participants may qualify
for an auto insurance discount.
Registration required.

February 16 & 17, 9am-1pm
Community Conference Room
Cost: $10

Cholesterol Screenings
Total Cholesterol/HDL/Glucose
4th Tuesday of every month, 1-2pm
Hospital Main Lobby
No appointment necessary
Cost: $12 (no fasting required)

Free Blood Pressure Checks
Tuesday, 1-2pm
Hospital Main Lobby
No appointment necessary


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Gain confidence with breastfeeding.
This education and support class will
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Registration required. Class limited
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GROWTH
Continued From Page 1
ment. An area is also set aside
for the construction of a
school, if needed, bicycle
trails and parks.
Eagle's Crest is a proposed
development north of town
on County Road 39, in the
northeast corner at Knights
Griffin Road. It is in the
planning stage, and is not part
of the city at this time.
Planned for annexation, the
property will consist of almost
370 acres, with 508 lots to be
developed. The project could
come online in 2006 and
could be built out by 2009.
# The zoning for County
Line Farms, south of U.S. 92
and just west of County Line
Road, is made up of adjoining
parcels of about 62 acres and
70 acres that will support 200
single family units and 800
multi-family units, respec-
tively. The smallest section is
planned for first construction
and sale in 2006, with a


completion date in 2009. The
larger parcel is slated to begin
development in 2006-07, with
a buildout in 2009.
Eastland Estates is west of
Charlie Taylor Road, between
U.S. 92 and Interstate 4. It will
be built on just more than 100
acres with a density planned
for about four units per acre.
The initial planned
construction is in 2006 with
build out expected in three
years, if the market can
absorb the continued
increase in development.
Trapnell Ridge is at the
southeast corner of Trapnell
and Mindedahl roads. It is on
58 acres and will accommo-
date 200 units, with a starting
date for construction this year
and a buildout in 2007-08.
Magnolia Green, a
property adjacent to Trapnell
Ridge, is at the southwest
corner of Trapnell and
Drawdy roads. It will consist
of 380 units on just more than
88 acres. It is preliminarily
scheduled to begin
construction this. year with a


buildout in two or three years.
All of these developments
are subject to approval and
financing, not to mention the
economy, natural disasters
and market pressure.
"If all remains as it is, these
big developments all look like
they have real potential," Sol-
lenberger said. "Quite a bit of
interest is being shown from
regional developers, builders
who have a history in the
Central Florida area. We don't
have to go out and beat the
bushes. They know we are
here."

Change on the horizon
Growth is often accompa-
nied by change. Changes that
affect Plant City include the
expansion of the city bounda-
ries, increases in impact and
user fees to help pay for
expanding infrastructure and
services, and an increase in
the number of city employees
to serve the expanding popu-
lation.
The city has already made
plans to hire another engineer


to help review plans for the
coming development.
The new salary would be
paid for by charging develop-
ers a fee for the reviewing of
plans, eliminating the need for
outside engineers to look at
the plans prior to
construction.
The city also has hired a
new employee in the planning
and zoning department, and
may need more as the number
of expected developments
continue to come online, offi-
cials said. City inspectors will
also be hard pressed to keep
up with the increased work-
load, and might need addi-
tional personnel.
"I will have to listen to my
department heads for signs
that our people are being
stretched too thin," Sollen-
berger said. "Hopefully they
will let me know of our need to
expand before the people we
are serving begin to complain
about our service." -
Mike Karr, the assistant to
the city manager, said Sollen-
berger has been scheduling


meetings between the city
staff and interested develop-
ers for quite some time.
"Most of these meetings are
very preliminary in scope,"
Karr said. "Developers want to
know the zoning require-
ments, where the needed util-
ities are located, property
setbacks and so forth. We are
able to get the city engineer,
the planning and zoning, the
public works departments
represented in all of these
meetings. If need be we can
bring in the city attorney. I
have noticed the developers
are often amazed at our ability
to bring it all together."
Brett Gocka, the city engi-
neer, said his department can
provide design standards to
new developers, giving them
an idea of what they can
expect as the project moves
beyond the planning phase.
"The projects benefit from
an early understanding of
expectations," Gocka said.
"Good communication on the
front end helps us all in the
long run."


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DEATHS
Continued From Page 12
Jan. 22.
He was born in Alabama
and came here at the age of 3.
He was an upholsterer and a
member of First Baptist
Church of Seffner, the Antique
Automobile Club of America,
the Hudson, Essex and Terra-
plane Club and the 37-38
Buick Club.
He is survived by his wife,
Rose; three sons, Timothy A.
of Plant City, Eric C. of Quincy
and Robin C. of Tucson, Ariz.;
and six grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Watkins
William E. Watkins, 89, of
Dover died Feb. 2.
He was born in Plant City,
was a lifelong resident and
owner of Watkins Ford Trac-
tor.
He is survived by his wife,
Marcia; two sons, David of St.
Petersburg and Wayne E. of
Apopka; two daughters, Linda
Hoover of Alaska and Judy
Nash of Palm Bay; eight grand-
children; and eight great-
grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

LETTERS
Continued From Page 7
of the Chicago Field Museum
of Natural History and an
expert on the fossil record
says, "That the missing links
are still missing." The fossil
record, then, is strong evi-
dence against evolution.
Evolutionist Dr. Colin
Paterson of the British
Museum of Natural History
wrote, "I will lay it on the line
there is not one such fossil for
which one could make a
watertight argument." The
eruption of Mount St. Helens
in 1980 taught scientists that

UNIFORM
Continued From Page 17


Roberts


Roberts
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West
Helen M. "Tugar" West, 68,
of Plant City died Jan. 17.
She was a longtime resident
of Plant City.
She was a retired teacher for
Pinellas County Schools, and
taught math at Seminole High
School.-
She was a member of
Retired Teachers Association
of Hillsborough County; a
member of the East Hills-
borough Historical Society;
and president of Old Hopewell
Cemetery Inc.
She is survived by a brother,
Stanley J.; and an aunt, Isabel
Preacher of Plant City.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Yatczak
Henry T. "Hank" Yatczak,
85, of Lakeland died Jan. 28.
He was born in Hempstead,
N.Y., and was a U.S. Army vet-
eran of World War II..
He was the ownerloperator
of a restaurant and was a
retired sanitation supervisor
for the city of Miami.
He is survived by a son,
Henry Jr. of Plant City; a
daughter, Linda Poole of Lake-
land; six grandchildren; and
six great-grandchildren.
Central Florida Casket Store
& Funeral Chapel, Lakeland.


contrary to evolution's way of
thinking, "Stratified rock can
be laid down in a matter of
hours: not days, not years, not
millions of years, not billions
of years." .
I can only hope that every
science class will have the
opportunity to study the
scientific theory of creation-
ism. There is so much scien-
tific data to support
creationism that I feel it must
be taught.
Victoria Kern
Plant City


tica. Roberts recently gradu-
ated from the Coast Guard
Recruit Training Center in
Cape May, N. J.
Roberts is the son of Phillip
D.. Roberts and Rebecca P.
Davidson, both of Plant City,
and the grandson of Jimmy
and Dottie Pollack and Mari-
lyn Roberts.
He is a 2003 graduate of
Plant City High School.


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CENTER
Continued From Page 1


specialists and five social
workses to serve the average
of 1,300 clients per month
that pass through the doors.
The center is one of five in
Hillsborough County. Others
sites include West Tampa,
Ruskin and near the Univer-
sity of South Florida in
Tampa.
The county decided to move
the center to the Michigan
Avenue to help save money on
rent. The new building may
likely provide an enhanced
benefit because it also houses
the Department of Children
and Families, Mitchell said.
"We basically serve the
same population, and co-
existing we can better serve
the community," said Mitch-
ell, who started working with
the county as a social Worker
in the Ruskin center and came
to Plant City in 1986.
Mitchell also heads up the
recently formed Unmet Needs
committee, which uses money
from the United Way to help
offer last resort funding to the
needy who may fall through
the cracks. The committee
was particularly active late last
year as it helped to pay for
needs associated with the hur-
ricane season.

Working themselves
out of business
When the Neighborhood
Service Center first opened on
Haines Street in 1967, its first
director, Robert Lavoy, hoped
for its demise.
"The whole concept of the
Neighborhood Service Center
is to work ourselves out of
business," Lavoy told The
Courier upon the center's
opening. He went on to say,


"This is something I can do to

really make a difference in

someone's quality of life."
DAVE CAPPEL
Senior social worker


however, that the center was,
"just cracking the ice" when it
came to fighting poverty.
Nearly four decades later,
the fight continues, but social
workers at the center see
battles won every day.
On a typical day, senior
social worker Dave Cappel
sees up to 20 new clients, and
other clients stop by to drop
off paperwork.
"What I like about this job is
we're really helping people,"
said Cappel, who "fell into"
social work but stayed because
he liked it. "This is something I
can do to really make a differ-
ence in someone's quality of
life."
One recent day, Cappel
helped a man get into the
county medical assistance pro-
gram to help with a painful case
of kidney stones. Cappel also
helps keep the power turned on
and a roof over the heads of cli-
ents who live paycheck to pay-
check and are one incident
away from not being able to pay
the electric bill or the rent.
* Cappel said he is heartened
by the progress clients make
in the Employment Opportu-
nity Program, which helps
job-seeking clients put
together a resume and land a
job to help break the cycle of
poverty.
Sometimes, clients are sur-
prised once they realize what
kind of help is available, said


social worker Donna
Loetscher.
"A lot of people have gone a
couple of months without
assistance because they didn't
know they could come here,"
Loetscher said.
The job takes patience, as
clients who come to seek help
are often stressed and can lash
out at social workers.
Not everyone can do the
job.
"They must be
compassionate, understand-
ing and nonjudgmental,
because this can happen to
anyone," Mitchell said.
She said the staff doesn't
complain despite the frustra-
tions that come with trying to
maintain the same level of
service in the face of increas-
ing caseloads.
Sharon Jones started at the
center as a social worker 20
years ago and is now supervi-
sor there. She said the center
"has grown with Plant City."
"We have clients who are
really grateful for what we do,
and they tell you so, and that
makes all the difference,"
Mitchell said.
Client Daisy Lopez said she
left the center with a lot more
peace of mind. .
"Every little bit helps," she
said. "Soon I'll get back on my
feet and we'll be doing good."
For more information, call
the center at 757-3871.


BRIEFLY


Loan to help upgrade
water treatment plant
There have been two recent
developments in regard to an
order from the state Depart-
ment of Environmental
Protection that Plant City
improve its North Alexander
Street wastewater treatment
plant.
The city has agreed to pay
the Bradenton firm of Angie
Brewer and Associates $45,000
to help secure a low-interest
$30 million loan to pay for the
upgrades.
In addition, the city has
decided not to pay a state-lev-
ied $40,000 fine. Instead, it
will invest $60,000 in helping
residents connect to the sewer
system. This is allowed under
the order as long as whatever
program that is chosen bene-
fits wastewater programs and
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HORTON
Continued From Page 4
on the popular "Louisiana
Hayride" radio show will be
released April 6. A member of
the "Hayride" roster from
1952 until his death, Horton is
best known for his 1959 hit,
"Battle of New Orleans." Hor-
ton was killed by a drunken
driver following a show in
Austin, Texas.
Tommy and Debbie Horton
will be making their first
appearance in Plant City for
this Opry show. They have
been playing resorts in Bran-
son for a number of years,
headlining the Fairfield Resort
on Wednesday and Thursday
nights during the busy season.
Weekends find the couple


the initial fine. In June 2003,
the state found that the city's
wastewater failed state health
and safety testing limits.
The order to improve the
system and pay a fine came
after a state study into the
city's wastewater problems.

New police cars
The police department is
preparing to buy 12 new vehi-
cles to upgrade its fleet.
The approval has been
given for the department to
buy 10 Ford Crown Victoria
Police Interceptors, at a price
of $25,0426 each, one Chevro-
let Police Impala for $18,477.96
and one Chevrolet cargo van
for $21,551.95.
The prices include all
equipment needed, including
radios, prisoner transport
modifications, emergency
lighting, sirens and graphics.


performing in the Midwest,
playing rodeos and county
and state fairs.
Hostetler said Myrle Henry
has asked the Hortons to play
two separate sets, giving the
audience a full helping of their
country music.
Also scheduled to appear in
the show will be the Three
Plus One Quartet, and Kim
Murray and Kevin Buser.
Tickets for the performance
are $10, and can be purchased
at Olde Village Shoppes, 108 S.
Collins St., Family & Friends,
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BIRDIE
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touches off a frenzied fan fol-
lowing reminiscent of the
younger Presley, who also was
drafted.
Mason said he selected this
show "because it involves
kids, how kids back in the '50s
are like teens of today when it
comes to music idols.
"They're not so different as
they think they are from back
when we were teenagers,"
Mason added. Mason said he
likes the show's familiar and
up-beat songs, including
"Kids," "How Lovely To Be a
Woman," "Put on a Happy
Face," "Lot Of Livin' To Do"
and "One Last Kiss."
Mason, who has been
teaching drama at Durant
since the school opened in
1995, decided to cast teachers
along with students in a true
representation of what com-
munity theater is all about.
"This is our school's 10-year
anniversary year and I thought
it would be nice for the teach-
ers and kids to do, something
together," Mason said.
English teacher Andrea
Cummings plays the role of the


mayor's wife. Her town is
turned upside down when Kim
(played by Victoria Green) is
selected from fans nationwide
to receive "one last kiss" from
Birdie (played by Nick Carter)
to the dismay of Kim's boy-
friend, Hugo (played by Ryne
Faurote) and the gleeful delight
of her best friend, Ursula
(played by Caitlin Fitzgerald).
"We didn't' want to take
parts from kids. We checked
with them first to see how they
felt about it," Cummings said.
"We were worried about it at
first, but there are such distinct
kid and adult roles and we felt
there was a place for us."
For Cummings, this week's
opening of "Bye Bye Birdie"
marks her debut on stage. She
joins Mason and Sheila Cohen,
Laura Estes, Tom Guerre, David
Peacock and Dick Sheffield as a
member of the faculty cast.
"This was something I never
did before and I also wanted
for the kids to see me in a dif-
ferent light," Cummings said.
"It's been really refreshing."
Senior Doug Buffaloe plays
a leading role, that of wannabe


songwriter Albert Peterson,
whose life is complicated by
the competing interests of his
mother and his exasperated
longtime girlfriend and secre-
tary, Rosie (played the first
weekend by Amanda Holland
and the second weekend by
Stefanie Rogers).
"I just love the period the
show is set in, the '50s," Buffa-
loe said. "And I've never
played a lovable character like
Albert. I'm usually either the
bad guy or the ladies' man, so
it's a nice stretch."
While Mason is on stage, his
daughter, Mara, will be off
stage, student directing the
show with Eric Mercado.
"When I was little, I loved
bossing people around," she
said. "Since I don't have any
brothers or sisters, this is
where I get to do it, but it's a
lot of work."
"Bye Bye Birdie" plays Feb.
11-12 and 18-19 at Plant City's
Durant High School, 4748
Cougar Path. Curtain time is 7
p.m. Tickets cost $8 for adults
and $6 for students and seniors.
For information, call: 757-9075.


HONOR
Continued From Page 14
Casey Zimmerman and Joseph Zimmer-
man.
Grade 10: Mindy Adams, James Adkins,
Robert Araya, Justin Bechtold, Thomas
Bennett, Jessica Belvin, Shannon Brown,
Ryan Burgess, Campos Eusebio, Anne
Cardenas, Jacob Coan, Magan Davis, Lau-
relyn Durham, Kevin Eggeman, Courtney
Fallen, Joshua Fletcher, Kaitlyn Foster, Jef-
frey Freeman, Jorge Gonzalez, Matthew
Grymes, Amanda Harrell, Courtney Hollo-
way, Julian Hook, Sarah Huard, Camille
Jacobs, Jessica Johnson, Mandalyn
Koratsky, Darren Martin, Adam Massey,
Joseph Moore, Alex Nappi, Colby New-
comb, David Nickeson, Frank Nowakowski,
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Porter, Erin Roberts, Antowan Rose, Saima
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Thomas, Saint Thompson, Robert Tomc-
zak, Hilary Vircik, Franklin Walden, Jalissa
Warren, Jacqueline Watson, Johnathan
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Willis.
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BRIGGS
Continued From Page 8
Jan Henrick might be gone, but her
memory is very much alive. This
former guidance counselor at Walden
Lake Elementary and local swim
coach, who died last year of cancer,
would be mighty proud of the 10
students at Plant City High School
who received the Jan Henrick
Achievement Award.
She and her husband, Kevin Bohne,
established the award in 2002 to
honor students who had turned their
lives around in some way better
grades, attendance and overall
positive attitude.
After Jan's death, Kevin enlisted the
help of Sherrie Mueller, guidance
resource specialist at PCHS, to
continue the award. The 10 students
were recently honored when Kevin
and Rick Henrick, Jan's brother,
presented them with $150 gift certifi-
cates to Wal-Mart.
A plaque with the student's names
will be presented to the school on
Awards Day in May.


I'm not crazy about television ads,
but I couldn't resist checking out the
people's choice of Super Bowl ads,
and my favorite was the one of the
man fantasizing about being on the
desert island with a dog by his side.
Dogs are everybody's best friend.
The Golden Retriever Rescue of Mid-
Florida will host a fundraiser Feb. 19
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Lake Parker
Park, 910 E. Granada St., Lakeland.
Some of the activities include a
chance drawing, dog grooming, and
everyone's favorite, the Golden
Olympics (tail-wagging contest,
biscuit bobbing, popcorn toss, longest
sit down and tennis ball retrieval). All
proceeds go toward efforts to rescue
beloved golden.
For more information, call the
Honey Dog Ranch at 763-1881 and ask
to speak to Lynne.


Gift shopping, a life saver? When
you shop at Gift's Etc., South Florida
Baptist Hospital's gift shop, which has
been completely remodeled, you are


part of a life-saving effort.
Nancy Clark, the manager, says
they've got lots of new lines of mer-
chandise and all profits go to buying
equipment for the hospital. Check it
out next time you're looking for a
unique gift for a special friend or
family member.


It was a beautiful day in the Cler-
mont neighborhood last Friday when
Mike Sparkman and Rick Lott's
lakeside back yards in Walden Lake
were transformed into actor Richard
Gere's playground actually it was the
get for a Japanese television
commercial for a health spa.
Mike presented the actor with a flat
of Plant City strawberries (and will get
us a picture next week). Gere and his
'strawberries might have been the sole
highlight of the weekend if it had not
been for Super Bowl.
Mike and Diane went on to enjoy an
equally beautiful night in Jacksonville
as guests of Shell Oil Co. (and since
the Bucs weren't playing, they didn't
care who won).


Now that's true loyalty!


Beauty is and beauty does. When
our new Strawberry Queen contes-
tants were asked to vote on who they
thought would make the best queen,
the title went to Mary Coleman (Miss
Congeniality). Mary's neighbors in
Pinedale seconded that vote, saying
she is one of the most outstanding
teenagers in the neighborhood and
beyond. Congratulations Mary!
*****
Somehow the photo of Betty
Everidge, who celebrated her 100th
birthday on Feb. 5 decided to take a
hike around the post office several
times before arriving safely at my
place. The smile tells it all and I
thought you would want to see how
wonderful life at 100 can be! God bless
you Betty.
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Plant City High School senior Derrick Hallback, seated, signs a letter of intent to play football at
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this past season with 1,918 yards, a total that eclisped Plant City's all-time single-season rushing
record held by running backs coach Wayne Ward, left. His 3,144 career rushing yards also broke
Ward's record. With Hallback are Plant City High Principal David Steele, right, Hallback's grandpar-
ents Robert and Minnie Hallback, and head coach Todd Long.


Hallback Heads To West Virginia


'05 PREP FOOTBALL
SCHEDULES SET
ByDAREKSHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Looking at the Plant City
football schedule for 2005, the
Raiders would probably not
mind having Derrick Hallback
still in the backfield.
But since he had to gradu-
ate from high school, at least
Hallback is doing it in style.
Hallback has committed to
play collegiately at an up-and-
coming Division II program,
the University of Charleston in
West Virginia.
National Signing Day, when
recruits made their verbal
commitments official by sign-
ing letters of intent, was last
Wednesday.
Plant City learned its foot-
ball schedule this week, and a
challenging slate of opponents
greets the team early, includ-
ing visits to both Class 4A
finalists Armwood and Lake
Gibson.
The Raiders open with a
doozy, taking on rival Durant
right from the start. The game
will be played at Durant.
Though the teams are no
longer in the same district -
Durant moved up to Class 6A
- it should be a huge draw.
"That game, since it's not a
district game anymore, you
want to play it either first thing
or last thing," said Raiders
head coach Todd Long. "I
didn't have any input in get-
ting it scheduled there, but
I'm glad that's where it is."
There was something new
on both the Plant City and
Durant schedules. The Florida
High School Athletic Associa-
tion announced last week that
football teams can schedule
an open date for the first time
in four years. The off-week
had been eliminated because
of seasons running over into
the holidays, but the schedul-
ing headaches caused by last


"My program's all about

excellence, and that's something

you can't compartmentalize it's

a way of life."
TONY DeMEO
Head coach, Univeristy of Charleston


year's hurricanes brought
forth a need to reconsider.
Now, the season will start a
week earlier to compensate.
Durant gets its open date in
the last week of the regular
season, something Cougars
head coach Mike Gottman is
fond of.
"I like that a lot. If we're
fortunate enough to make the
playoffs, that gives us an extra
week to prepare," he said.
Plant City is off during its
ninth week.
Both schools are now in
small, four-team districts and
do not play a district game at
all the first half of the season.
But by no means does that
mean their schedules don't
have intrigue.
Durant's schedule is loaded
with teams from eastern Hills-
borough.
After starting off against
Plant City, Durant plays three
more area schools in Arm-
wood, Brandon and Bloo-
mingdale. Then, the Cougars
face Jenkins before diving into
the district schedule by host-
ing Sarasota. A game with
Newsome follows before
jumping back into 6A-6 play at
Riverview. Finally, the Cou-
gars meet with Gottman's old
school, East Bay, before finish-
ing up with a big district game
at home against 2004 state
semifinalist Sarasota River-
view.
Plant City hosts Wharton in
week two, then it's the back-
to-back journeys to Armwood
and Lake Gibson. Armwood
has won two state champion-
ships in a row in Class 4A.


After that, the Raiders host
Newsome. The first Class 5A-
District 7 game is at Brandon,
then the Raiders host Tampa
Bay Tech followed by a second
district opponent with East
Bay coming to Plant City.
After the off-week the Raid-
ers will finish by hosting Bloo-
mingdale in their district
finale, then they go to River-
view.
Hallback, who led Hills-
borough County with 1,918
rushing yards and scored 23
touchdowns, will join Charles-
ton in just its third year of
having a football program.
Last year, Charleston went 2-8
but played some well-known
Division I-AA schools and the
Golden Eagles just hired an
extremely well-credentialed
new coach.
Tony DeMeo has been a
head coach for 19 years,
including starting up the pro-
gram at Division III Mercy-
hurst.
DeMeo stresses excellence
in the classroom, having grad-
uated 94 percent of his ath-
letes at Mercyhurst.
"My program's all about
excellence, and that's some-
thing you can't compartmen-
talize it's a way of life," said
DeMeo, who is known as a
motivator and has been a fea-
tured speaker at numerous
coaching clinics.
Charleston, located in the
capital of West Virginia, has a
football stadium, Laidley
Field, that seats 19,000 and the
school has spent $1.6 million
recently on improvement to
other athletic facilities.


WRESTLERS PLACE
WELL IN CONFERENCE
By DAREK SHARP
StaffWriter
This Saturday's District
3A-5 wrestling meet at
Durant High features only
six schools, but the competi-
tion should be fierce.
Durant is joined by River-
view and Bloomingdale, two
squads that proved to be
among the best in the county
at last weekend's Western
Conference championships.
And the only noncounty
team, Lakeland, is also
strong. Plant City, which has
a winning record, and Gait-
her round out the field.
So even though the odds
of a wrestler advancing onto
the regional round seem
good the top four finishers
in each weight class advance
- there won't be many push-
over matches taking place.
Wrestling begins Saturday at
10 a.m.
The Cougars, especially
with the advantage of wres-
tling at home, are certainly
the team to beat. Durant has
won four tournaments
already this season and last
Saturday at Brandon was the
clear No. 2 team behind the
powerful Eagles.
Add to that the fact that
Durant won its regional meet
last year. Cougar head coach
Dennis Kitko wants to be
even more convincing in
doing so this time.
"We won regional but it
was just by a few points,"
Kitko said. "We had to wait
and see if other wrestlers lost
matches that we weren't
involved in. Last year, it was
like we wanted to win region-
als this year, we come in
expecting to win it."
But first comes districts.
Riverview and Bloomingdale
finished third and fourth at
the Western Conference
tourney, which featured the


top 16 wrestlers in each
weight class from Hills-
borough County's public
schools.
Brandon claimed half of
the 14 individual champion-
ships. Durant and Chamber-
lain were the only other
schools to have more than
one wrestler take a title, with
Justin Bechtold (112 pounds)
and Tim Burdine (130) both
accomplishing the feat for
the Cougars. Burdine's win
came via a pin early in the
second period while Bech-
told had to sweat it more,
taking a 4-3 decision. Both
wrestlers have 26 wins on the
season.
Tommy Bennett also has
26 victories, and his loss to
Riverview's C.J. Gittens in
the 103-pound final last Sat-
urday was only Bennett's
second defeat of the year.
Greg Updike, one of the
team's most improved per-
formers, also reached the
finals in the heavyweight
division.
"He's only 235 pounds but
wrestles heavyweight. He
uses his balance so well,"
Kitko said. "He is the smart-
est heavyweight I've ever
been around."
Jim Kauderman (24-5)
reached the finals as well,
losing to a Brandon wrestler.
Reaching the semifinals
were Tracy Tibbets, Adam
Doback, Tyler Flowers and
Chip Bowden.
Plant City had one fifth-
place finish at the confer-
ence meet, which was to set
up how things will be from
this stage onward. Before
that, at last Friday's Divi-
sional Duals, four schools
competed against each other
in a round-robin format and
Durant was the clear victor.
Even though Blooming-
dale, Plant City and News-
ome came in with an average
record of 13-3 they were no
match. Durant beat Bloo-
mingdale 55-12, Newsome
48-18 and Plant City 63-6.


SPORTS SHORTS


GOLF
PCHS booster club
golf tourney
The Plant City High School
Athletic Booster Club will
hold its annual golf tourna-
ment Feb. 26 at Plant City
Golf and Country Club.
Proceeds from the tourna-
ment will benefit all sports
programs at Plant City High.
The four-person scramble
event will have a noon shot-
gun start. Cost is $50 and
includes green fees, range
balls, food, drink and prizes.
Call: Todd Long, 757-9370,
Ext. 281, or 478-4952.

SOCCER
Rec soccer registration
Registration ends Feb. 16
for the Plant City Recreation


and Parks Department adult
and youth soccer leagues.
Two adult leagues a 19-
29 coed Twentysomething
League and a coed Adult
League for men 30 and older
and women 25 and older -
are scheduled.
Cost is $35 for the 10-game
season. Twentysomething
games are held on Thursday
nights and Adult League
games are played on Friday
nights at Otis M. Andrews
Sports Complex.
The PCRPD/Optimist
Youth Soccer League for ages
4 to 18 plays its games on
Saturday in April and May
(Tuesdays for 15- to 18-year-
old division).
Cost is $20 for the seven-
game season. Call 659-4255
or visit www.plantcitygov.-
com/rec.


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REP 05-91027-001
The City of Plant City is
seeking a company to pro-
vide roll off container ser-
vice for the City Sanitation
Department. This service
would include, but not be
limited to, Class I roll-off
compactors; Class III and
C&D open top containers
and street sweepings.
Proposals will be accepted
until 2:00 pm on March 3,
2005 at the Public Works
Building 1802 West Spoon-
er Street, PlantCity, lorida
33566. Attn: Troy Marlin
Proposals should be for
pull charges and service
changes only. List all appli-
cable charges inclusive of
all fees as no extraneous
charges will be permitted.
Dis osal rates will be es-
tablished between the City
of Plant City and any dis-
posal sites. All Class I ma-
terial is to be delivered to
Paragon Transfer Station
located at 402 North Front-
age Road in Plant City.
Street sweeping will be de-
livered to Manatee County
Landfill or another State
Certified Class I landfill ap-I
proved by the City. A list of
pull-and-retumrn rates and a
ist of proposed disposal
sites must be designated.
The City must approve al-
ternate disposal sites prior
to any changes. All dispos-
al sites must be in compli-
ance with all regulations
and operation protocols by
all agencies having juris-
diction.
The City's Sanitation De-
partment operates Mon-
day-Saturday from 6:00 AM
to 4:00 PM. However, there
are situations that require
the Sanitation Depart-
ment's attention after nor-
mal business hours. The
company is to be available
during these hours, The
City expects regularly
scheduled service to be on
time and any additional
routine service to be within
24 hours of request Failure
to comply with normal
pickup including timeli-
ness, service ano profes-
sionalism may result In ter-
mination of account
The proposed company
should also be available, as
requested by the City, dur-
ing emergencies such as
hurricanes, tornadoes,
tropical storms etc.
There are also times that
the Sanitation Department
may require immediate or
short notice service to as-
sist in day to day opera-
tions. Emergency requests
will require immediate at-
tention and will take prece-
d.ence over any other ser-
vices.


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Also, the City is host of the
annual Florida Strawberry
Festival. The Sanitation De-
partment provides around-
the-clock service for the 2
weeks the festival is in
town. It will be required
that the company cooper-
ates with this effort.
Please list all company
qualifications, history with
the City, driver experience,
licensing and insurance
information.
Awards will be based on
the City's opinion of the
best combination of price,
service operating hours,
normal time from notice to
pull, location, availability,
company history and per-
fonnance.
The City reserves the right
to waive technicalities and
informalities in any pro-
posal, reject any and all
proposals and to accept
any proposal that in its
judgment will be in its best
interest.
City of Plant City
Martin Wisgerhof for David
R. Sollenberger
City Manager
No:8601 2/10/05
NOTICE OF FINAL AGENCY
ACTION BY THE SOUTH-
WEST FLORIDA WATER
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
Notice is given that the Dis-
trict's Final Agency Action
is approval of the ERP on
3.7 acres to serve Commer-
ical known as Billy Herold's
Imports and Tana Cabana.
The project is located in
Hillsborough County, Sec-
tion s) 31, Township 285
South, Range 22E East. The
permit applicant is Scott
McElveen, whose address
is 2009 Airport Rd. The per-
mit no. is 44027927.000
The file(s) pertaining to the
project referred to above is
available for inspection
Monday through Friday ex-
cept for legal holidays, 8:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m., at the
Southwest Florida Water
Management District
NOTICE OF RIGHTS

Any person whose sub-
stantial interests are af-
fected by the District's ac-
tion regarding this permit
may request an adminis-
trative hearing in accorad-
ance with Section 120.569
and 120.57,, Florida Stat-
utes (F.S.), and Chapter
28-106, Florida Administra-
tive Code (F.A.C.), of the
Uniform Rules of Proce-
dure. A request for hearing
must (1) explain how the
substantial interests of


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hearing will be affected by
the District's action, or fi-
nal action: (2) state all ma-
terial facts disputed by
each person requesting the
hearing or state that there
are no disputed facts; and
(3) otherwise comply with
Chapter 28-106, F.A.C. A re-
guest for hearing must be
filed with and received by
the Agency Clerk of the Dis-
trict at the District's
Brooksville address, 2379
Broad Street Brooksville,
FL 34604-6899 within 21
days of publication of this
notice (or within 14 days
for an Environmental Re-
source Permit with Propri-
etary Authorization for the
use of Sovereign Sub-
merged Lands). Failure to
file a request for hearing
within this time period
shall constitute a waiver of
any right such person may
have to request a hearing
under Sections 120.569 and
120.57, F.S.
Because the administra-
tive hearing process is de-
signed to formulate final
agency action, the filing of
a petition means that the
District's final action may
be different from the posi-
tion taken by it in this no-
tice of final agency action.
Persons whose su stantial
interests will be affected by
any such final decision of
the District on the applica-
tion have the right to peti-
tion to become a party to
the proceeding in accor-
dance with the requi-
remnts set forth above.
Mediation pursuantto Sec-
tion 120.573, F.S., to settle
an administrative dispute
regarding the Districts fi-
na action in this matter is
not available prior to the
filing of a request for hear-
ing.NO:8609 2/10/05
CITY OF P ANTCITY, FLOR-
IDA
NOTICE AND ORDER OF
CONDEMNATION
CASE NO: 4638-1004
TO: Katherine A. Brock
4507 Airport Road
Plant City, Fl 33566
cc: Creamy Rich Pension
Plan
Andrew M. Phillips Trustee
5124 Lithia Springs, FI
33547
Re: Condemnation of 4507
Airport Road
An inspection of the build-
ing or structure at the
above location and further
described as:
Real Property. located at
4507 Airport Road. Folio
#203250-0400.
Sub-standard Structure
The repairs necessary to
bring the building or struc-
tureIn compliance with or-
dinances of the City of
Plant City and the esti-
mates costs thereof, to-
gether with the estimated
value of the same after re-
pairs are more fully se forth,
in the addendum attached
hereto.
Accordingly, it is the find-
ing ofthe uileding Inspec-
tor that the building or
structure is damaged, de-
teriiorated or defective to
such an etent that the cost
of such restoration and re-
pair will exceed fifty per
cent (50%) of the value
thereof after such restora-
tion or repair and consti-
tutes a public nuisance as


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defined in Chapter 78, of
Plant City Code.
You are required that the
building or structure on
said premises be demol-
ished and removed by De-
cember 13th, 2004.
If the above is not complet-
ed by the specified date, it
then become necessary
that the work be accom-
plished in accordance with
the provisions of the
above mentioned ordi-
nance and all costs thereof
taxed as a lien against the
real property above de-
scribed. The ordinance fur-
ther specifies that foreclo-
sure proceedings be taken
in the event of a failure to
refund such costs.
Dated this 12th day of Oc-
tober 2004
J.C. KentLBuilding Inspec-
tor
of the City of
Plant City, Florida
No:8537 2/3/2005
INVITATION TO BID
Sealed bids for ESSRIG
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
HVAC RENOVATION PRO-
JECTwill be received bythe
School Board of Hillsbor-
ough County, Florid in the
Office of the Supervlsor of
Purchasing, Third Floor,
School Administrative Cen-
ter, 901 East Kennedy Bou-
levard, Tampa, Florida until
3:OOPM Tuesday, March 8,
2005. (The mailing address
is P.O. Box 3408 Tampa,
Florida33601). Bids will not
be accepted after 3:00PM
of the above date. Bids will
be opened and read aloud
in the Purchasing Depart-
ment, located on the Third
floor of the School Admin-


an Encouragement Affir-
mative Action Plan as iden-
tified within the bidding
documents.
There will be a MANDATO-
RY Pre-Bid Meeting on
Wednesday February 23,
2005, at 9:00 am at the
school site located at 13131
Lnn Road, Tampa, Florida

IT IS THE BIDDER'S RE-
SPONSIBILITY TO SEE
THAT BIDS ARE DELIVERED
TO THE PURCHASING DE-
PARTMENT AS REFER-
ENCEDABOVE.BIDSECURI-
TY MUST BE SUBMITTED
WITH BID. THERE ARE NO
EXCEPTIONS.
NOTICE TO ALL BIDDERS:
The School Administrative
Center is a "security"
building, therefore, visitors
will be required to obtain a
Visitors Pass priorto enter-
ing the building. A photo
Identification will need to
be presented at this time.
Complete information re-
garding bidding docu-
ments and other informa-
tion may be obtained from
the Architect/Engineer:
Hahn Engineering
3060Southale Mabry
Tampa FL 33629
813-831-8599
No bidder may withdraw
his bid for a period of thirty
days after date set for
opening thereof.
THE SCHOOL BOARD OF
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA


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EARLJ.LENNARD Ph.D.
SUPERINTENDENT
OFSCHOOLS
EJL:RAS:MP:sel
PC60396 02/10/05
02/17/05 02/24/05
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No: 05-DR-1162
Division R
ALFONSO LOZANO
Petitioner
and
VRANIA FLORES ARO
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE
TO: Vrania Flores Aro,
whose last know address
is, Calle Pipila#10, Mesqui-
tera Juchipila Zacatecas,
Mexico.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed
against you and that you
are required to service a
copy of your written de-
fenses, if any to it on Alfon-
so Lozano w ose address
is 3968 Hammond Dr, Mul-
berry FL 33860. on or be-
fore February 21, 2005 and
file the original with the
clerk of this COurt at 302 N.
Michigan Ave, Plant City Fl
33563before service on Pe-
titioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fal to do
so, a default may be en-
teredagainst you for th re-
lef demanded the peti-
tion.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case. includ-
ing orders, are available at
the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may re-
view these documents up-
on request
You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current ad-
dress. (You may file Notice
of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law FOrm 12,915.)
Future papers in this law-
suit will be mailed to the
address on record at the
clerk's office.
WARNING:Rule 12.285
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires cer-
tain automatic disclosure
of documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, includ-
ing dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
Dated:1/19/2005
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
BY: ELLEN P. NEUBAUM
Deputy Clerk
NO:8458 1/27;2/3;10;17,05
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No: 05-01063
Division: A
AMBER MAY WOERNER
Petitioner
and
DENNY KENT WOERNER
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE
TO: Denny Kent Woerner,


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last known address 1077
Woerner Rd, Onstead, Mi
49265.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on Am-
ber Woerner whose ad-
dress is 5420 Mobile Villa
Dr, Seffner, FI 33584 on or
before Februaruy 21 2005
and file the original with
the clerk of this Court at
800 E. Twiggs St, Rm 101,
Tampa, Fl beforeservice on
Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do
so, a default may be en-
tered against you for the
relief demanded in the pe-
tition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, includ-
ing orders, are available at
the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may re-
view these documents up-
on request
You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current ad-
dress. (You may file Notice
of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law FOrm 12.915.)
Future papers in this law-
suit will be mailed to the
address on record at the
clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires cer-
tain automatic disclose of
documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, includ-
ing dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
DatedL anuary 18,2005
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
KAYCRUM
Deputy Clerk
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,
CASENO.03566-CA
VS.
EVERETT WYATT
SEMINOLE TRANSPORT
INC., AND CITICAPITAL
TRAILER RENTAL,
INC.,f/k/a ASSOCIATES
RENTAL SYSTEMS, INC.,
DEFENDANTS/
RESPONDENTS.
SUMMONS
PERSONAL SERVICE OFA
NATURAL PERSON
TO: DEFENDANT
Everett Wyatt
last known address: 18808
Aripeka Road, Aripeka, FL
IMPORTANT lawsuit has
been filed against you. You
have 20 calender days after
this summons Is served on
you to file a writtenI
response to the attached
complaint or petition with
the clerk of this court. A
phone call will not protect
you. Your written
response including the
case number given above
and the names of the
parties, must be filed if you
want the courtto hear your
side of the case. If you do
not file your response on
time, you may lose the
case, and your wages,
money and property may
thereafter be taken


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MID TENN MTS- 5+
ACRES. Perfect Moun-
tain Top Building Site.
River Access. $39,900
Owner Financing
931-445-7302
NC MOUNTAIN LAND
Very private 2 acatop
Majestic Mountain,
views, waterfall & large
public lake nearby,
19,500.336-973-0357
NEW LOG HOME SHELL-
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arkway north of
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square dancing & MORE
$69,500. 813-754-1751
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porch, new oak vinyl
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dry room, extrastorage,
club house, pool
$46,500obo. 960-1002
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$23,000
Call 813-757-0865
Mobile
165 Homes With
Property
Plant City/Lakeland area.
4Br 2Ba dblwide, 1/2
acre, privacy fence
CHA,financing arranged
$650 mo. 863-425-8877
180
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Lease

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CARROLLWOOD 1300sf
3341 Bearss Ave. Oak
Grove Prof. Park Avail.
Now, No Pass Thru's.
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DAVIS ISLAND, Business/
Professional office.
Great location & Expo-
sure. Recently renovat-
ed. 800sf 1st fir. 1st mo.
free 813-251-5527
DOWNTOWN TAMPA
Office space for lease
1,000 sf-2,000 sf
Fair rates, build to suit
H&R Florida Prop, LLC
813-833-0276
EAST TAMPA, close to
50th St. Clean, 900 sf
office space for rent.
Private ath. $650/mo
plus elec. 813-242-4669

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style 1000sf office
space includes garbage
& water, $1'350/mo +
taxes.813-353-2220
Pinellas-Office suites. (1)
approx. 285 sq ft, phone,
internet, elec furnished
S$450 month. (1) approx
350 sqft$550 month. Call
Glenn 727-365-2995.
PLANT CITY, Industrial
Park Office Space for-
lease 150 to 3000 sq ft,
including Conference
Room & Break Room.
Starting at $160. mo.
Contact Mathew Horner
813-865-1192. THE-
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WESTCHASEORCHEVAL
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|180BBIOfcSpace
Lease I
Ybor City, 1600sf for
lease, industrial zoning
area, 3715 E 7th Ave.
813-248-2002
Ask for Will Velez

180C IRetail
1801 Space

Busch Blvd, 1000-2000 sf
avail new construction,
great location for any
type of business, immed
occupancy. 813-493-
3335/727-215-6301
FOR LEASE Retail or office
space, with good expo-
sure on busy street
1000-1800 sq ft. Owner
Donna Jean Realty
813-752-4137.
Plaza Place, Sun Point
Shopping Center Office/
Retail813-641-2800
www.PhaganDev.com

Want Ads
S Warehouse
180D Business
Park Space
TAMPA East Industrial
park Brand new
construction 301 near
Adamo, 5200sf office &
warehouse, 2 loading
docks. 2254 Massaro
Blvd. Tampa, $3150/mo.
813-927-0007; 626-2522
TARPON SPRINGS New,
secure Warehouse. 20
ceilings.3,000 5,000 or
11,000 sq. ft. available.
Immed. occupancy! Call
owner at: (727) 939-8999
Ybor City, 2500sf for
lease, industrial zoning
area. 3715 E 7th Ave.
813-248-2002
Ask for Will Velez

190
Commercial Prop.
Sale

Mobile
1901 Home Parks
For Sale
Exc Location on water
. w/access to Bay! Next
to shopping ctr. Exc.
Income. Upcoming
n-hood in S.W. Hillsb.
Cty. 813-230-4234
Class 584 is your ticket to
SBoating Adventure!
200-249
Rentals

12001 Rooms/Rent I
PLANT CITY female stu-
dent or professional to
share beautiful pool
home, house privilege.
Rent nego. 659-9837
202 Accom. To
202 Share

PLANT CITY-room to rent,
$120/week includes util-
ities & cable. Own room,
kitchenprivileges. Call
813-737-4304
Westchase/Countryway.
Luxury home, safe area,
$500mo + 1st/Last &
ep. Includes All, W/D.
813-546-1865.
Professional Seeking.
j204 1 Apts. Furn.
PLANT City, 1BR $425.
month, water sewer
garbage included.
813-754-8685
1205 Apartments
20 Unfurnished

EAST TAMPA Quality
Renovated 2BR
apartment for rent,
CHA, W/D. Low deposit,
sec 8 ok. Really
beautiful. 813-601-4877


205 Apartments
205 Unfurnished

PALMA Ceia South Tpa
Large eff. w/full bath.
500sf Cable elec & wa-
ter incl. W/b, Cer tile,
Kit. $750mo No Drugs/
Alcohol 813-841-1980
Plant City-2 &3BRMH's&
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
SOUTH TAMPA 2bdr,
1.5ba, spacious condo
non-smoker, W&D, pool
on site, $850/mo. + dep.
Discount for prepay.
Call 813-837-6325
LOOK AND LEASE
give a deposit, fill out ap-
plication same day, you
look get $100. off 1st full
mo. 754-2200 Plant City
TOWNSGATE APTS
S207 Duplex/
I' Triplex
SPRING HILL 2br, 11/ba
leg, large kitchen, small
dogs allowed, newly
remodeled, incld's lawn
service $700mo.lst, last
security. 352-232-6363
1 Houses
1210 Unfurnished

Apollo Beach 5br, 2.5ba,
fncd yrd, 629 Golf and
Sea Blvd. $1400/mo
3br, 2ba, lcg, lg BR's, wd
firs. 6332 ForidaCir.W.
$1200 KRPM 813-689-6595
BRANDON 3BR/1.5BA
house, 1800+ sf on 7
acres. $1350/mo, +
$13 5 0 / d e p.
1-813-689-2010 Or
1-720-206-6402

BRANDON Hickory Lakes,
3br, 2ba, study/den,
17275 f77 5164/mo
or best tenant!
727-577-5642

CARROLLWOOD AREA
Hidden Oaks, 3/2/2 ex-
ecutive home, 1800 sf,
gated comm, awesome
location, $1595/mo,
813 390-7109
Forest Hills Must see!
Charming 2br, lba, 1230
sf, huge tropical back
yrd over looking lake w/
dock. Sale $159k Rent
$950/mio 727-644-4425
LAND 0 LAKES 3BR 2BA
2CG, 3 yrs new, fenced
yard, small pets.
$1200/mo.
813-376-3044
or 813-996-2201
LAND 0 LAKES, E. Lake
Padget 3br 2ba 2cg, Ig
enceanai, Ig fncd yd,
W/D. $1150/mo. com-
munity pool & tennis.
Days: 813-713-7260,
eves: 813-240-0281
LEXINGTON OAKS
26702 Middleground Loop
3br, 2ba, 2cg, 1800sf, lux-
uryhome.All appls.IPool
& rec area. $1250/mo.
BK Craig Rlty 961-7666
LEXINGTON OAKS, 3br,
2ba, 2cg, 1800+ sf, fncd
yrd, comm pool, golf,
tennis, Close to 1-75
$1250/mo Avail Immed
Call 813-727-1749
NEW PRT RCHY: Immac
3/2/1 w/dbl drive, W/D,
fncd yd. Great ScG Dist.
$850 mo. Spec disc to
equal tenants/long term
lease. lst/last/sec. N/S
or pets. 727-372-7166
PLANT CITY, 2br, 2 ba,LR,
DR, Idry, fncd yd. Totally
renovated. $925/mo +
dep. 941-792-3270
PLANT CITY-3br, 2ba,
1700sf, privacy fence,
backyard, new paint
carpet & tile, quiet
neighborhd. $1200mo +
$1200 dep 813.967.3026
PLANT City 4br 2ba lcg
fncd bkyd, CHA$1250/mo
& dep. Conv to 1-4. Pet
Dep. 813-967-5767


210i Houses
Unfurnished
Riverview 3br, 2ba, 2cg,
2063SF, w/pool in gated
comm., Cable, lawn &
pool maintincl., $1600
3br,2balcg,$1075/mo
Ca&I KRPM 13-689-6595

Riverview Las Brisas, 4br,
2ba w/pool,_ 1700sf.
S1475/mso
or best tenant!
727-577-5642

SOHO Bungalow 3/2
Hardwood Foors, W/D
Formal Dining hoom,
Seconds from Senic
Bayshore Blvd.
$1,350/mo 813-254-1976
SOUTH TAMPA-2br Iba,
gr rm, deck hrdwd firs,
rrg yard, 1200 sf, W/D
hkup, 3407 Leona St.
$1100 mo. plus dep. incl.
lawn care. 813-677-7726.
South Tampa/Bayshore:
3bd, 3ba, DR LR FR 2
cgar, hdwd firs, 2000sf.
3146 Waverly Park,
Great Nbhd!! $1650/mo.
Move in w/only $2,000!
avail til 10/1813-679-3743
South Tampa Near Bay to
Bay & Himes- 4br 2ba
w/carport, 1428sf. Pets
OK. Varying terms.
$1350/mo. 3503 San
Juan. 813-215-3534
Tampa 3br 2ba, 1506 24th
Ave.E. $95/mo.
4br, 2ba, new home 3523
N. 23rd St. $1200/mo.
Section 8 welcome.
KRPM 813-689-6595
Tampa 4br, 2ba, new
home, 3507 N. 23rd St.
$1200/mo .4br, 2ba, new
home, 2305 E. 28th Ave.
$1200/mo Section 80k
Call KRPM 813-689-6595
TEMPLE TERRACE; 3br, 2
ba HOME FOR RENT
w/washer,dryer +
fridge near 175 + USF;
$1150 + secure dep; no
pets pl; (813) 363-7185
Treasure Island, small
house, 2br/2ba, great
loc, block to bch, stores,
rest, bay,.pier. CHA, prv
fence,sec depyr lease.
$895/mo. 727-360-0474
| 212 I Condominium
HYDE PARK CONDO, THE
MADISON AT SOHO lbr,
Iba parking, pool view
$1150& 2br, 2ba, balco-
ny w/ views, parking,
storage $1450-1500.
w&d, gym, alarm. Call
(813) 766-3127
HYDE PARK condo-The
Madison at Soho, lbd,
Iba, W&D, pool, fitness
ctr, secure gar parking,
$1,095/mo. + 1 mo sec
dep. Call 813-784-5197
HYDE PARK-Madison at
Soho, GREAT LOCA-
TION! lbr ilba lcg W/D,
Pool, fitness cir,
i- $1,100/mo1
2 813-259-1082 i
PALM HARBOR Laurel
Oaks, 2 units, 2br/2ba
w/gar, all appis, frpl,
pool spa tennis ct no
smoking/pets $1300,
$1100.813-220-2814
SOUTH TAMPA lbr/lba,
luxury waterfront,
vaulted ceilings W/D,
incl. boat slip gated
comm, pool $1275/mo.
727-577-7156.
|212A|ITownhouse I
Citrus Park Area New
townhouse for rent: 2br,
2.5ba, 1200sf 2 storey
all appis, W/D incl, sec
sys. Reay to move in.
$1250/mo 813-453-9710
FishHawk Grand Open-
ing Special $500 off the
1st months rent. Be the
first to move in this
beautiful 2BR, 2/ BA, W/D
hkup, workout room.
813-661-8662 -767-1066
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1212A Townhouse I
GIBSONTON 2 br 2.5 ba.
appls incid, gated com-
munity, pool, privt mail
station, sec away from
school/hwy 175, $1100
mo.813-967-7483
NORTH TAMPA 2br 2 1/ be
2 master bedrooms,
2019 Pine Chase
$800/mo $800 Dep, all
new W/b & appli incl.
727-698-6888
SOUTH TAMPA, new nev-
er lived in 2br/2'/z ba TH
in Elizabeth Courts, a I
app incl W/D fncd back
lanai $1000/mo WAC
Call 813-293-2222
West Chase, beautiful
2br/2ba/lcg, in the
heart of tie village,
walking to Starbucks.
$650/first 4 mo. $1300/
last 8 mo. 813-748-2118
215 Mobile
215 Homes

1BrAts& 1&2Bedrm
Mobile Homes
Plant City 813-752-5234
DOVER/PLANT CITY
AREA 3BR 2BA and 2BR
2BA. $530 deposit $265
Bi-weekly. 813-986-3173
DURANT 3br 11/zba trailer,
completely furnished,
no pets. Rent by refer-
ence $425 mo. $200 dep.
Near Durant Post Office.
Call between 12 & 6.
813-737-2320.
NEAR 1-4 & 301-1, 2 & 3
BR'S. $120-$140 weekly.
Some with utilities.
(813) 626-0820
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's &
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
PLANT CITY Efficient
M.H. 1BR/1BA fur-
nished, CH/A on 1 acre
lot. Damage Deposit Re-
quired. NO PETS.
52-0698
RIVERVIEW/GIBSONTON
Area, MH, 2br ba Near
Alafia River 5 Min to
1-75, Clean, Newly reno-
vated, No Pets! $160/wk
V 813-363-34971
n1 Travel Trailer
220 Lots For Rent

Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's&
IBR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
1 Farm/
227 Farmland
S.E. HILLSBOROUGH CTY
Lease a good farmland
for strawberry, tomato,
etc. Water wells on
property. For informa-
tion, call 727-517-3329
1I21 Waterfront
I3 | Rentals
CLEARWATER BEACH
on the water, must see!
Furn, $1475/mo yrly,
shorter lease possible.
727-443-7749
or 727-871-0464
ODESSA LAKE lbr/1.Sba
cabin on 6 acres, com-
pletely furnished inc.
housewares, FP, pool tbi
in great room. W/D, 2cg,
dock & lift, no pets, non
smoking, $2000/mo
Sharon 13-920-1260
RUSKIN, 2BR, 1BA on Lit-
tle Manatee River, boat
dock with davits, spring
porch, private lot
130x90 no kids or pets.
Primo, M-F 813-310-3179
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1305 | Professional I
CLOSER/MANAGER, Title
Ins. Co. Plant City Area.
SLic'd w/ 3yrs exp. min.,
benefits, salary neg. Fax
resume 813-651-9636
Community Association
Mgrfor IgTampa condo,
exp req. Good benefits.
727-573-9300
13151 Insurance I
Inside Homeowner
(HO) Adjuster
Insurance Co. seeking lic
Claims Adjs for immedi-
ate employment. Must
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plicable ins law, PILR/
ISO HO policy provi-
sions, ability to identify,
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CNA'S
Loveable, Dependable,
caregivers, Autumn
Assist Living 1307E.
Baker 813-752-1648
DIRECT CARE STAFF
Group home setting for
Developmentally Disa-
bled Adults & children.
Located in Plant City &
Mulberry. 863/534-2005
Florida Licensed Physical
Therapist AND Physical
Therapist Assistant
wanted in Rural Hospital
in North Florida. Call
(800)973-2271 or Fax Re-
sume to (850)973-8158.
MEDICAL ASSISTANT,
Busy GI practice. Knowl-
edge of GI procedures &
meds req'd. Fax resume
to 813-876-3103
Medical- Brandon
Surgery Center.
A progressive multi-
specialty outpatient
surgicalfacility.
SURGICALTECH
Experience required.
Full time/Part time,
Day shift. No weekends.
No call. No holidays.
CallAdministrator @
813-654-7771 or fax
resume to 813-654-3347.
RECEPTIONIST- GI
experience preferred.
Medical Manager req'd.
Fax resume to
813-876-3103

1" 1 Maids

Reliable persons needed
to clean Homes & Offic-
es. Must have own
transportation. Work
hours 8:00 AM 5:00 PM.
(Mon-Fri). To apply
please call 813-545-6424
I Child Care
3 Positions

TEACHERS needed after
school, youth extended
programs. 502 E Young
t, Mon-Fri 1:30-6:30
PM, 30/10 hours Child
Care Course Preferred.
Please apply directly to
1507 YMCA Place.
E.O.E. D.F.W.P.
13401 Hospitality I
KITCHEN HELP F/T. &
Waitresses Apply in per-
son Chancy Catfish
Shack N. Park Rd
754-0477 or 752-7224
Mariner's Club
Bahia Beach Resort
New resort property is
seeking enthusiastic
People for the following
positions:
*Night Auditor
*Kitchen Night Cleaner
Line & Pantry Cooks
Rooms Houseman
'Accounting Clerk
Corporate Sales Mgr
Apply in person at:
611 Destiny Drive
Ruskin, Fl. EOE/DFWP
www.marinersclub
bahiabeach.com
SERVERS HOSTESS
Hiring for Branch Ranch
Dining Room, Plant City
813-752-1957
STRAWBERRY HUT, 1505
N. Wheeler has open-
ings start immediately
Pay nego. Apply in per-
son@ 1505 NWheeer
Want Ads


350 Clerical
3 Secretarial

ADMIN ASST-Constr. F/T
to support Ops Mgr. Exp
w/permits, computer,
bids. Strong org skills.
Fax resume 813-890-8819
DATA ENTRY Earn $15 per
hour and up! Training
provided. PC required.
Call 7 days a week.
1-800-797-7511 ext 332
PAYROLL CLERK $12.00 +
Customer Service/
Sales $9.00
Immediate Hire!
RitaStaffing
813-754-5997
i I Customer
355 Service

CUSTOMER Service Per-
son, Phone & Computer
experience. F/T, M-F,
apply in person.
H Wholesale,
1001 S. Alexander St.
Customer Service
FT for Brandon area Dry
Cleaners. Call
813-654-232310a-3p
1360 | Trades
AUTO TECH
Busy repair center in
Plant City with all new
equipment seeks
qualified Techs for
Engine Repair & Brakes.
Earn top $$. Paid
Holidays Bonuses &
more! 813-764-8720
1-800-935-8863
NEED A CAR OR TRUCK?
Cruise through classi-
fied's columns! Classi-
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showroom that never
closes. Each edition of-
fers a myriad of models
to help put you in the
driver s seat When it's
time to buy- steer to-
ward Classified!
DirecTV/DISH Installers
needed ASAP! Pd train-
ing! Only need cable or
low volt. backgrnd
1-877-543-9540 x707
EXCAVATE OPERATOR
Immediate Opening in
Plant City 2 yrs mini-
mum exp, 45 hr work wk.
Call Jim 813-781-6848
LABEL TECHNICIAN
NEEDED
Seeking individual with
computer skills, good
ple skills. Organiza-
tional skills, easily
trained. Bilingual a plus.
Hourly Rate $7-$9 hour.
Contact Rafael Morales
813-764-8789
LP GAS TECH Exp CDL
Hazmat. Full benefit
package. Must be
motivated & energetic.
Apply 4441 Allen Rd.
Zephyrhills. EOE DFWP
MECHANIC (TRAILER) &
YARD DRIVER needed.
Mechanic must have
own tools. Both posi-
tions require a CD lic.
Good pay & bnfts.
Please send or fax re-
sumes to FL. Indepen-
dent Del.Svc. Attn: Troy
Townsend, 1475 Airport
Rd., Lakeland, FL 33811;
fax 863-687-8385. EOE,
Drug free workplace.
ROCHESTER ROTATIONAL
MOLDING, INC. is
looking for motivated,
quality minded group
leaders and laborers to
work in a manufacturing
environment. This is
physical work. You must
be good with your
hands, and able to use
small air tools. Some
fork truck operation
may be required. RRM is
a drug and alcohol free
workplace. Applications
are being accepted
Monday through Friday
9 am to 4 pm at 3130
Reynolds Road in
Lakeland.
Want Ads
Service Electricians or
Electrician's Helper
w/at least 3yrs exp. Call
813-752-2468
SMT Solderers/Assem-
blers/Techs-lmmediate
needs. F/T, lst-2nd
shifts. 813-286-9888
x709; fax 813-286-9968
STEEL & Sheet metal
workers need. exp or
non exp. 813-404-0794
1365 1 Retail I
GIFT SHOP/BUYER/MGR.
Experienced gift shop
mgr. for a 5,000-item
aviation theme gift
shop in Lakeland. Duties
involve hands-on man-
agement of all aspects
of shop operations, in-
cluding an online store.
Retailing degree pre-
ferred but no required.
Competitive pay and
benefits. Email resume
to: jobs@sun-n-fun.org
fax (863) 644-9737
1370 Sales |
CONF. SALES! A realistic
$10K/mo. potential in-
come, 1-800-786-0554
REAL ESTATE- Stop wast-
ing time! No License OK.
Unbelievable training
NOW with income to
transition to full time
high commission realty.
www.ProfitinReal-
ty.comor(407)314-8904.
SALESPERSON P/T
Trailer sales and some
motor vehicles. Retired
persons encouraged to
apply. 863-802-0032


37, Driver/
3 Delivery

Driver- ANNOUNCEMENT
HIRING EVENT

LOCAL

DRIVERS
Feb. 14th lSth, and
16th.9:odamto3:00
pmOne Stop Work Force
(Plant City) 2001 E.
Cherry Street Plant City,
FL33563
Can't make it 9-4?
Call forAppointment!
1-877-967-5222
51000 NEW HIRE BONUS
or Experienced Drivers!
NEW PAY PACKAGE
Quarterly Bonus
Program
Late Model Equipment
Paid Vacation
Dedicated Fleets
Insurance
(Health,Life,Dental)
CDLAw/hazmat
Tuition
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Good driving record and
work history. Minimum
1 year experience. Apply
in person to H.T. Hack-
ney Co. 9330 Adamo Dr.
East in Tampa or fax re-
sume to 813-664-8663.
EOE/We are a Drug-Free
Workplace.
DRIVERS/OTR-Tanker
looking for Professional
drivers! NEW 2005
Equipment, Top Pay,
BONUSES, Prepass & EZ
Pass Rider Program &
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(866)748-6285.
DRIVERS Owner Opera-
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A/CDbL, New Pay Pack-
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& More. Great Home
Time! Also Company
Drivers Needed!
1-877-882-6537 EOE
Oakley Transport, Inc.
Drivers/Short Haul
Home Every Night
&Weekend!
Avg. $800 to$1,000100%
Flatbed. CDL-A
required. Apollo Beach,
FLTerminal
1-877-428-5627
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2yrs Exp. New pay scale!
Fuel, safety bonus, home
time & detention pay.
Late Model Equipment &
No Forced Dispatch
Rowland Transportation
352-567-2002
Drivers We Want You!
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Solos & Teams apply to-
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XM satellite radio!
(800)CFI-Drive
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334-692-5090
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ATCH Rubber Products,
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forall three shifts. Apply
direct at 2407 Willam-
ette Dr. Plant City, Fl.
813-754-6678

Counter Clerks
outgoing, responsible
WestTampa-New Tampa
Call 813-245-8012


I3 Employment
380 General

DETENTION OFFICER:
Phoenix, Arizona. Mari-
copa County Sheriff's
Office. $14.99 per hour
Excellent benefits. No
experience necessary.
Call 602-307-5245,
877-352-6276 or
www.mcso.org 1,000+
vacancies including ci-
vilian

DRIVERS
Opportunities for CDL
Class A. Daily routes/in
state. Hourly rate, time
& 1/2 over 40 hours, paid
weekly. Insurance, prf-
it sharing, monthly n-
uss plan. Apply Zepy
Eggs Co 4622 Gall Bivd,
Zephyrhills.

FLORIDA STRAW
BERRY FESTIVAL
Now taking applications
for parking lot person-
nel, traffic directors su-
pervisors, ticket sellers
and gate ticket takers.
Apply in person Thur
2/10, 8:30-11:00 AM ON-
LY. at the Maintenance
Building on W. Reynolds
St, Plant City.
General Laborers,
Scaffolders, Welders.
S DAILY WORKS
$ DAILY PAYS
219 Cook St, Brandon FL
Labor Finders 657-7003
Helper's/Trainee's:
Roadmarking Co seeking
FT, dependable, career
minded employees Bene-
fits, $9.50/hr, some
travel w/ per-diem. Must
have acceptable MVR.
DFWP, -EE. Cathy
813-783-6000
Machine Operators
$9.50 + ;Packers 2nd Shift
$8.00 Production
All shifts
Rita Staffing
813-754-5997
MAINTENANCE, light P/T
possible F/T opportuni-
ty. $8. hr plus. Call
Jeff 813-764-0727
PRESSERS
for Brandon area Dry
Cleaners. Exp'd dry
clean pressers. Exc. Pay
Call 813-654-2323
REAL ESTATE Stop wast-
ing time! No License OK.
Unbelievable training
Now with income to
transition to full time
high commission realty.
www.ProfitlnReal-
ty.com or 407-314-8904
SEEKING QUALITY AS-
SURANCE TECHNICIAN
Responsible individual
good communications
skills. Implement
GMP's/food safety at
large fruit processing
facility. Bilingual a plus.
Hour Rate $7-$8 hour.
Contact Rafael Morales
813-764-8789
CAREER POSITIONS. Earn
up to $12-$48/hour. Full
Medical/Dental Bene-
fits and Pai ning on
Clerical, Adminstrafive,
Law Enforcement,
Homeland Security,
Wildlife and More!
1-800-320-9353 Ext. 2005
S Work At
383 Home I

HELP WANTED Earn up to
$409 a week assembling
CD cases at home. No
experience necessary.
Start immediately. Call
1-800-267-3944 ext. 117
www.easywork-great-
pay.com
HELP WANTED IMMEDI-
ATELY! Looking for seri-
ous people. Easy work
from home with legiti-
mate company.
$1000+ /week. Materi-
als supplied.
1-800-242-0363 Ext. 3818
$1500 WEEKLY GUARAN-
TEED Now Accepting
Applications $50 Cas
Hiring Bonus Guaran-
teed in Writing
1-888-318-1638 Ext 101
www.USMailing-
Group.com
SIMPLE WORK/TOP PAY
Honest Workers Needed
To Assemble Refrigera-
tor Magnets. Serious
Workers ONLY! National
Home Assemblers,
1-570-549-3640 RC#1007
ASSEMBLE CRAFTS,
wood items, toys, fish-
ing flys and more. To
$525+ per week per
project. Year Round
Work. Free info packet.
1-801-428-465724 hours.
SIMPLE WORK / TOP PAY
Honest homeworkers
needed to assemble Re-
frigerator Magnets. Se-
rious Homeworkers On-
ly01 1-570-549-3640

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needed to assemble Re-
frigerator Magnets. Se-
-rious Homeworkers On-
ly!@ 1-570-549-3640
RC#1002
DATA ENTRY- Work from
home. Flexible Hours!
$$ Great Pay! $$ Personal
Computer Required.
1-800-873-0345 Ext #204
WORK from home fun &
easy for more info call
813-659-9136
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391-399
Education

396 1 Schools
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ment plan. Free bro-
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14001 Misc for Sale
CHURCH FURNITURE.
Does your church need
pews, pulpit set, baptis-
tery, steeple, windows
or carpet? Big Sale on
new cushioned pews
and cushions for hard
pews. 800-231-8360
DIRECTFRCTV FREE 3 ROOMS
SYSTEM installed & de-
livered free. Say good-
bye to cable forever+ 3
months FREE
HBO/CINEMAX. Call
1-800-694-8644.
www.dtv2day.com

SLOT MACHINE
3 spinning reels, 5 way
pay out. Mint condition!
Great forgameroom.
$250.813-376-2779
BATHTUB REFINISHING .
Renew / Change Color.
Tub, Tile, Sink& Chip Re-
pair. Commercial & Res-
idential. 5 yrs. Warranty
Quick Response,
Insured. Serving Florida
Over lOyrs. "Florida's
Tub Doctor"
1-888-686-9005
EXPRESS LONG DIS-
TANCE Moving to New
York, New England, & all
states in between. Cus-
tomer rated A+. Air ride
trucks. Free estimates &
friendly service. Reloca-
tion Specialists. (Lic.
#MC299938)
1-800-941-3767
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Memory Foam NASA
Mattresses, warranty.
Cost $1995 must sell,
$399Q, $499K. All sizes &
sets available. Shipped
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website 20% off!
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SAVERS





14111 Super Savers
BEDROOM SET Qu. 6 pc,
light wood $250,
813-842-2216
Kenmore washer/ hot-
pointdryer$50.each
813-737-1388
TABLE, card w/4 chairs,
wood w/leather top
folds $20.813-754-4169


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400A I isc.
SWanted

WANTED!
DTV/Dish Network
Will pay cash & pickup.
813-786-3006
$ NEED CASH? $
We Sell For You On
eBay
Sell Your Unwanted Items
Call A.J. 813-353-1829
$$ PAID for all types of
jewelry & silver/gold
merchandise. Watches.
Anything of value! Call
Sam 7277804-7463
ALWAYS BUYING, 1 item
or house full, Antiques,
Collectibles, Furn., &
Misc. Prompt Service.
813-719-6336,659-2412
4011 Auctions I
NASCAR/PEPSI/
Advertising Auction
Feb 11th. Preview 2pm
Auction 6pm. 1000's of
pieces. 1-800-241-0710
www.dudleysaution
.corn 4000 S. Fla Ave (US
41) Inverness-AU2246
4A 1 Antiques/i
402 Collectbles

ANTIQUE English server,
Dark Wood w/beautiful
Carving & Mirrors. 85"
tall 60" wide, $1200.
863-644-9546
Buying pre 1975 Comic
Book Collections, Comic
Art & collectibles.
Immed. -cash paid.
1-201-892-1212
Soot Advertising Works


I402 Antiques/
4 Collectibles
LIONEL TRAINS & Others.
Bought & sold. New &
used. All gauges.
813-677-5008

NASCAR-16 Jimmy John-
son 124 cars, @$25 ea. 2
wall display cases w/12
slots $50 ea. 1 rotating
display case w/16 slots
at $50 Call 863-853-5103
prices negotiable

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.
1405 Art
Ceramic Equip: Kilns,
pumps, tank, pour ta-
bles, furn, bisque,
Sgreenware, many molds
FFER. 941-497-3382
1406 | Jewelry I
Diamond Heart Shaped
Ring- Total Weight
3.48K. AppraiseAt
$17 615. Asking $10,500.
Call 813-263-9883


1407 I Diamonds I
Anniversary Ring 5 Dia-
mond Platinum Setting,
TW 0.57 Ct. Appraised at
$1,995. Sell for $1,400.
813-810-8741*
BEAUTIFUL Ring sz 6 ,2
carat Marquis Cut EGL
cert. Perfect for Valen-
tine's Day! $2100obo
813-643-0692 368-9109
DIAMOND, 1.83CT,
Beautiful G Color,
Apprr $20,258,
sacrifice $4,500
727-545-4299
Diamond Engagement
Ring 14 Kt gold, 1.13 cts,
Grae Sil, Color K. Appr
5700. Pd $5K. Asking
13750 obo. 813-748-6783
Diamond Platinum Ring,
amazing 3.35ct, center
stone 2.01 ct, certified
appraised @ $17K, must
sel $8800,866-484-5723
DIAMOND RING, oval
center stone w/6 round
diamonds on ea. side.
yellow gold, $1300 obo.
813-731-0697
Diamond Wedding Ring
Appr 22,400 Now $10,500
GlA Certified Stone
Color F-SI1, 3.1 TWC
Call 813-253-3058
v Diamonds?
1 & 2 ct, Any Size, Cut,
colorand clarity *
Great Deals 813-629-6006
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813-486-6088
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Dover -12902 Newsome Rd.
Gibsonton 13150 U.S. Hwy. 41
Land 0' Lakes 2400 Land 0' Lakes Blvd.
Lithia 13411 FishHawk
Lutz 18902 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Lutz 23512 S.R. 54
Plant City 2401 John Redman Pkwy.
Riverview 11015 Bloomingdale Ave.
Riverview 13220 S. U.S. 301
Riverview 9817 S. U.S. 301
Riverview 3603 S. Faulkenburg Rd.
Valrico 3629 E. S.R. 60
Wesley Chapel 27219 S.R. 54
Zephyrhills 38544 5th Ave.


14071 Diamonds I
Assher cut store w plait.
band & 2 side baguettes
VVS-1 D-color, tot. wt
2ct,GIAcert,appr.$39K,
$32K obo. 813-323-4107
og Stamps- I
408U I Coins BooksI
Coins-Currency BUYING!
Tampa's Oldest Coin
Store. Top Dollar Paid,
Cash. 5802 N Armenia
813-879-6670
COINS, Currency Bullion.
Buy Sell Trade Coin
Werx. Big Top Flea
Market D211 Sat & Sun
9a-4p 813-601-6940
WE BUY COINS!
Buying, selling, trading!
Over 38yrs exp. Buying
Silver & Gold coins. We
pay top $$.813-792-2493
or 727-455-6196
1410| Furniture

BED $100
A absolute bargain Qu p/t
mattSET. New in plastic
w/warr. Can del 87-0070
BED $100
A brand new matt & box
set, still in plastic. Can
deliver. 813-926-8507
BED $100
Brand name, full or ueen
orthopedic Mat ress
set, King $195, all new in
plastic w/warranty, can
deliver. 813-363-0097

BED $100
Brand name, full or queen
orthopedic Mattress
set, King $195, all new in
plastic w/warranty, can
deliver. 813-363-0097
BED $125
A Brand Name. Full or
Queen, pillow top mat-
tress set King $225, all
new in plastic with war-
ranty. Can deliver.
813-363-0097

BED $135
A Brand Name. Full or
Queen, pillow top mat-
tress set. King $225, all
new in plastic with war-
ranty. Can deliver.
813-363-0097
BED $175 QUEEN
A dbl sided pillow top
matt set New in plastic
w/ warr. Can deliver
813-478-8995

BED $185
All cherry sleigh bed,
solid wd. new, still in
boxes. Must Sacrifice!
813-870-0070. Can del.
BED $185 KING
A dbl sided pillowtop
matt. set New, in plastic
w/warr. Can deliver.
813-870-0070
BED $200
AllICherrySleigh Bed, Sol-
id Wood HB/FB New in
Boxes 813-643-1388
BED $266
MEMORY FOAM SET
New. Qu coiless set. As
seen on TV w/warr.
Can deliver. 813-870-0070
Want Ads


Tampa 5604 N. Hesperides
Tampa 5001 Memorial Hwy.
Tampa 8801 Memorial Hwy.
Tampa 10601 Sheldon Rd.
Tampa -12049 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 6008 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 4901 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 2301 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 13151 Race Track Rd.
Tampa 8305 W. Hillsborough Ave.
Tampa 7124 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 11211 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 5616 S. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 311 E. Davis Blvd.
Tampa 5125 W. Cypress St.
Tampa -17621 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Tampa 5102 Pointe of Tampa Way
Tampa 7301 Temple Terrace Hwv.
Tampa 3698 Gandy Blvd
Tampa 3444 W. Columbiue e
Tampa 3101 Gandy Blvd S M :. DiIll Ave
Tampa 4301 Ehrlich Rd.


14101 Furniture |

BED $299 KING
A dbl sided pillow top
matt set. New in plastic
w/warr Can deliver.
813-727-5223
BED $300
A Brand Name. Queen,
Extra thick never flip,
pillow top mattress set.
King$450, New in plastic
w/warranty. Can deliv-
er. 813-363-0097
BED $300
A Brand Name. Queen,
Orthopedic never flip,
pillow top mattress set.
King $400, New in plastic
w/warranty. Can deliv-
er.813-363-0097
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with an ad in class 426!
BED $425
Memory Foam Mattress,
10", developed by NASA,
as seen on TV. 25yr.
warranty, new in plastic.
Can deliver. 813-363-0097
BED $50
A full size matt. set New
in plastic w/warr. Can
deliver. 813-251-3134
BED $65
A Queen plush top,
mattress set. New in
plastic w/warranty. Can
deliver. 813-251-3134

BED 50%-80% Off
Warehouse Sale. Factory
Delivered Pillowtop,
Quilted Plush, Memory
Foam & Frames. Prices
starting at $175.
Delivery available
813-380-6021

BEDROOM $1550
A solid wood Qn/Kg set,
dresser, mirror, Z nite
stands & chest. Still
boxed. Retail $5K. Can
Deliver 813-926-8507
BEDROOM $200
A brand new cherry set.
New in box. Can deliver.
813-870-0070.

BEDROOM $275
A Brand new maple set
New in boxes! Can deliv-
er 813-643-1388
BEDROOM $485
Wood HB, nstand,
Drsr/Mr, Chest. All new
in boxes, 813-643-1388
BEDROOM $855
All cherry wd sleigh bd,
2 ngtstnds, drsr mirror,
chest, new, retail $3K,
Can del. 813-870-0070

BEDROOM 1-10pc
All cherry wd. Qu poster
bd drsr, mir, 2 ngr stands
& TV armoire. New.
Retail $8K. Sell $2799.
Can del. 813-478-8995
BEDROOM 1-13 pc
Exquisit all cherry Wd 4
poster/sleigh set New in
boxes $1785813-643-1388
BEDROOM set, Beautiful
nat oak Qn platform bed
& matt w/bookcase hdb
2 stands, Ig drssrw/mir-
ror. $550 813-289-1034


Tampa 6016 Gunn Hwy.
Tampa 6845 N. 22nd St.
Tampa 10815 N. Nebraska Ave.
Tampa 3560 Waters Ave.
Tampa 4001 W. Waters Ave.
Tampa 5522 W. Waters Ave.
Tampa 2320 W. Waters Ave.
Tampa 824 W. Waters Ave.
Tampa 10843 N. 56th St.
Tampa 4943 E. Busch Blvd.
Tampa 5601 E. Fletcher Ave.
Tampa 8002 N 56th St.
Tampa 7711 Causeway Blvd.
Tampa 1902 N. U.S. 301
Tampa- 1001 S. U.S. 301
Tampa 909 S. 78th St.
Tampa 702 50th St.




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1410 1 Furniture I
BEDROOM Set, Cherry,
Excellent Cond, Queen
bed, 2 nightstands,
amoire $650. Moving
must sale. 813-752-7929
BEDROOM SET Qu. wood
frame bd w/box spring
& matt. Match 6 drawer
dresser. Exc. cond. $600
813-805-6683
BEDROOM SETS (3) 1
twin,2 king sets. (1 knot-
ty pine, 1 whitewashed)
AI pieces. Pine twin
sleigh bed w/table,
dresser, mirror. $400-
$900 each. 813-917-0729
BEDS AAA+ TEMPUR
Ortho-PEDICNasa
Memory Foam Mattress.
As onTV 10YrWTY
Cost $1699 sell$399,
Kcost.$1899 sell$499
Can Deliver Statewide!
All Sizes Avail + P. Tops
AIR & ADJUSTABLE(
WHOLESALE Prices
SWEDISHBEDDING.COM
813-493-1222
727-733-9334
866-476-0289 ANYTIME!
BUNK BEDS
All Styles, All Colors. New
in boxes. Wholesale
prices 813-643-1388
Couch- Queen Size
Sleeper sofa & Cuddler
recliner. Microfiber tan
4 mo/new. $700 Call
David 813-766-5441
DAY BED $275.
Complete with frame, 2
mattresses, trundle, all
new in boxes. Can deliv-
er. 813-363-0097

DAYBED
Complete w/pop-up
trundle & 2 twin matts.
never used, sacrifice
$275 can del 813-926-8507
CLASSIFIED
IS ACCESSIBLE
DAYBED- WOOD
Complete w/pop-up
trundle & 2 twin matts.
New still in box.
Sacrifice $395. Can
deliver. 813-926-8507
DINETTE Hand carved
Solid OakTablewith leaf
&6 Chairs. New in Boxes
$450 Hutch also 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 & living room,
beautiful Henredon,
Ornate ivory, matching
sets, table, lighted china
cab, 6 chrs, 27'sectional
sofas Ig coffee table,
side tale booktable,
dining $900, living $6001
or all for $2o00.
813-752-1383
DINING Rm Set Antique
style w/6 chairs, 2 w/
arms, leaf, cherry wood,
nice set. $600 obo. In
Brandon 727-505-7087
Dining Rm Set Ethan Al-
len, 4 side chairs, 2 arm
chairs, 2 upholstered
chairs, china cabinet/
buffet. Cost $10k new.
$3600 obo. 813-917-0729
Dining room, Cherry, ta-
ble/8 chairs, china
hutch & sideboard serv-
er. excellent condition
$650. MOVING MUSi
SELL 813-752-7929
Want Ads
DINING TABLE Black iron,
6 chairs bakery rack 2
barstoofs, glass top. 7, x
42" w/matching cock-
tail table. Sell $900 obo.
813-917-0729
Enter. Unit, antique
honey, holds most 36"
TVs/storage space & 2
match end tables, $400
obo. 813-881-1547
ENTERTAINMENT CTR.,
7'x7', 3pcs, solid oak
w/smoked glass & black
shelves. Paid $1,800.
Sell $575.813-961-7101
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
LIVING RM Couch cham-
pagne, gold, elegant.
various pieces. Exc
cond. All for $700 or will
separate. 813-917-0729
MATTRESS $100
A baby soft Qu P/T, set in
plastic w/ warr. KING
185. Can deliver
813-870-0070
MATTRESS $125.
A brand name, full or qn
pillowtop Mattress Set,
King $225, new in plas-
tic with warranty. Can
deliver. 813-363-0097
MATTRESSDR.COM
Wholesale Showroom
7924W. Hillsb. Best
Prices. TEMPUR-PEDIC,
Mem. Foam, Adiustibles
& Air. 813-889-9020


1410 Furniture I
RECUNERS (2) Lrg brown
Ithr, nail head trim, cost
$1100/ea good cond,
$275/ea
813-949-7188
Salon Furniture, Com-
plete salon for sale Incl
Hydraulic Chairs Tan-
ning Bed Mats & More!
V 813-973-0936 *
SECTIONAL Sleeper Sola
& loveseat w/2 re-Ii-
ners, massage their.
telephone. Less than 2
yrs old. $1000 654-3481
SECTIONAL w/bed, 5 pc.,
Benchcraft, $1000.
352-683-5022
SPRING HILL

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 in
box w/warr. Family


Sofa $399, Love 300
All top grain leather set
New in plastic. Only
$699. Can deliver,
813-870-0070
SOFA Love seat, chair,
Benfly, Rooms to Go.
Trad'i Elegance very
good cond. Must sell
$875 Call 727-239-6345
to see or for pictures.
CLASSIFIED
IS INFORMATIVE
SOFA & LOVESEAT
Leather, tan both reclin-
ing. $'350/both.
813-689-2658
SOFA, teal, matching
rocker recliner, exc.
cond. $400.759-1678
WALL UNIT, 5 pc, almond
lighted mirrored
w/glass doors. $850.
352-683-5022
SPRING HILL
Wailbed, custom double
Oak trimmed, great
condition $1,200.
813-908-9468


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
-$4--S95.
B & B OUTLET
115 S. EVERS ST
PLANT CITY
813-759-8864
REDECORATING, Selling
beautiful Qu bdrm set
Kg bdrm set. Sq. coffee
tb. Brass & wicker
etagere.Kittbl & 7 chrs.
Pics. Lamps. Flower
arrange. Lg end tbl. Gun
cab. Other furn.
813-689-8085 for details
SALE! Wicker Dining rm,
Living & Bedrm Sets.
Patio furniture, accesso-
ries & gifts. Call Forever
Wicker 813-948-4802
MOVING Must sell Dining
& Living Room Suite
Designer furnishings by
SCHNADIG &
LEXINGTON. Exc cond.
Cost $10,000 new, sell
$3100 obo 813-909-2595
Owner relocating, Entire
contents of home, like
new. Best offer/must be
seen. 813-925-1907,
813-760-6532
14151 Carpeting I
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
1416r Appliances I
Appliances-Absolute
Lowest $ Guaranteed.
Delivery. Woody's
Appliances, $74.50,up.
7604 Broadway626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
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! 45yrs expl
7604 Broadway626-7787
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 & up, W/D, Stove
& Refr. 10014 30th St.
Free Delivery
813-632-9620; 335-5788
USED APPLIANCES:
Dishwashers $40.
Stoves $80 & up.
Refrigerators $100 & up.
Call Mark 813-224-3412
VACUUM RAINBOW SE
with attachments, very
clean, excellent condo,
used verve little. $375
813-334-7876


14161 Appliances I
WASHER & DRYER
$200 and Up for Set.
100-Up each.
Guaranteed, Can Delivery
813-382-8615
WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
Don 813-300-6714.
I Telephones/
417 Pagers

We buy old cell phones.
Nokia Motorola Samsung
etc. 2 yrs old & up.
813-933-5008
41 Air
418 Conditioners
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
Pre Season Special! A/C
new in box. 5 yr Fact
Warrty -AII Homes Siz-
es: M.Homes, 2-ton
$840, 21 -ton $890,- 3-
ton $940, *3/2 -ton $1020
Prof. Install Lic RMOO-
31291 813/453-9033
NEW ** S/DENT
RECONDITIONED UNITS
You Deserve the Best
Prices, Service & In-
stalls. We Do ItRightThe
First Time! #RA0039944
REMINGTON AIR971-2206
Used Mobile Home& Cen-
tral Systems. 2-5 tons.
$200 & up w/warranty.
Can Install. Repair work
also. NTA CAC 1813656.
813-748-9265 907-3838
HEAT PUMP
with AC. New, still in box,
must sacrifice.
727-204-3329
I n Musical
420 I instruments
Acoustic Guitar, Ovation
Celebrity Med. body,
pick up + EQ. Beautiful.
Like new w/hard case.
$375/obo 813-831-2252
AmpsDDJ Equip, Speakers
wireless Mics,.Lighting,
Best Rental election in
Bay Area. Ask about our
do it yourself Di pkg.
Beamworks Inc. Rentals
& Sales. (813)855-0709
beamworksmnc.com
BASS & GUITARS
BAY AREA'S BEST!
NEW USED VINTAGE
REPAIRS LESSONS
BUY SELL- TRADE
LEGENDS* 813-348-0688.
DRUMS* DRUMS
AJ's Pro Percussion
New- Used Vintage
Drum Lessons
We Buy Drums Anything
Call AJ. 813-353-1829
DRUMS Yamaha Stage
cust 5pc. blk, only 1 yr
old 16 18" 20" hi-hat
Zildjian cymbals, dbl
bass ped. only $1395,
($2400 new) 813-253-2992
Guitar, Taylor 810, Indian
Rosewood, deluxe hard
shell case, $1395.
813-571-2752
GUITAR WANTED: I need
an old Gibson or Martin
Acoustic to replace one I
let escape. I'll pay cash
for yours. Please call Bill
727-367-3474
PIANO 45 YEAR OLD, Up-
right Everett Good Con-
dition $1,300
Call evenings or week-
ends 813-920-9203
PIANO SALE NN
Best Prices In Tpa Bay
Specials/Close Outs
New, Used, Rent
Yamaha, Kawai & More
Owner/Operator 27 Yrs
Call 813-855-1227
VIOLINS New $100 Ger-
man $150. Viola $150.
Cellos $319. Cases &
Bows. Mandolins $120.
Guitars $150. Trumpets
Clarinets & Flutes $199
Del avail 727-945-9427
Low cost, expert repairs
Very rare find! Beautifully
restored vintage 1912
Qu. Anne Kutzman baby
grand piano. Mahogany
w/intricatewd working.
$4000 813-220-2736
14231 Clothing I
WEDDING DRESS Classy,
never worn, strapless, A
line, beaded, satin bod-
ice sz7 veil.Paid $1000
Sell $650 813-335-6063
42 Radio, TV, &
424 IStereo

Big Screen TV's
46"$350.52"$450
Good condition warranty
Call 813-986-1229
COMMERCIAL 2 way radi-
os: used Kenwood UHF
LTR trunking mobile ra-
dios $25ea. Will install
Call M-F, 813-628-4900
HD TV, 40" Panasonic
Plasma screen, Pana-
sonic surround sound
sys, 5 CD chor w/
smoked glass chrome
tbl pd $8000 sell $3300
Circuit City 813.837.8925
CLASSIFIED
IS ACCESSIBLE


424 Radio, TV, &
42 Stereo
I WANTTO BUY any audio
& video electronics;
Bose, Macintosh, Krell,
any manufacturer Cash.
727-643-6661
PROJECTOR, INFOCUS
Ceiling mount High defi-
nition. DLP technology.
Low use. Brandon area
$1200 813-684-7704
TV 60" Hitachi, w/ wood
grain cabinets, exc cond
asking $700 obo
813-238-7518
FREE 4-ROOM DIRECTV
SYSTEM including stan-
dard installation! 3
Months Free HBO & Ci-
nemax. Access to over
225 Channels! Limited
Time Offer. Restrictions
Apply. Call Now to Or-
der! Direct Satellite TV,
1-800-823-8595
FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
SYSTEM including stan-
dard installation! 3
Months Free HBO & Ci-
nemax! Access to over
225 Channels! Limited
time offer. S&H, restrict
tions apply 800-260-2813
HOME PHONE DISCON-
NECTED? Get Recon-
nected Fast! Or Call Be-
fore Disconnection.
From $29.99/mo. No De-
posit, No Credit Check.
Guaranteed Approval.
1-866-447-2489 Ameri-
can DialTone, Connect-
ing Customers Since
1999SeHabla Espanol
NO PHONE SERVICE? Get
Reconnected Fast! Ba-
sic Service $24.95/Mo.
Long distance plans
available, no deposit.
Transfer service- keep
same number.
1-888-467-8286 &
1-800-813-9235 Insta-
tone. Se Habla Espanol.
$24.95/mo basic ser-
vice. 8AM-8PM.
I WANT TO BUY non-
working Big Screen
Televisions. Please
Call 813-986-1229

FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
SYSTEM includes stan-
dard installation. 2
MONTHS FREE HBO &Ci-
nemax! Access to over
225 channels! Limited
time offer, S&H. Restric-
tions apply 866-500-4056
14261 Photography I
28TH ANNUAL- LARGO
Photo Equip Flea Mkt
SatFeb.12 11a-5p
Sun.Feb.13 10a-3p
MinregBldg 6340126 Av N
FREECAMERA CHECK
$5.25 W/AD 954-564-1022
I Medical I
428 Equip.
ABSOLUTELY NO cost to
you. New power wheel-
chairs and scooters. Call
us toll free
1-800-843-9199
qualify
aerobicisers
Power Chairs & Scooters
Beds, Lift Chairs & More!
You May Qualify at
NOCOSTTOYOU!
813-269-8049
MEDICARE/MCAID/INS
Aerosols
Scooters-Power Chairs
We can bill your Insur.




Lift Chairs, Adj Beds
Largest selection of
Medical Equip in Tpa
Active Med 335-2159
JET 3 electric chair ad-
justable back & head
rest. Used about 1 hour.
$1200.813-752-1790

DIABETICS-FREE
METER!!! No cost
Diabetes Supplies.
DIABETIC SHOES. No
Cost to You!!! Join
Diabetes Care Club.
FREE Membership. FREE
D e I i v e r y .
Delivery.
1-800-316-6391.
Call NOW!
NEW MOTORIZED
WHEELCHAIRS "No
Cost" if Eligible. Scooter
Type / Hospital Beds /
Manual Chairs. We Ac-
cept Medicare & Private
Insurance. Free Delivery
Helping Hands Medical
Equipment Call Toll Free
1-877-667-7088. Habla-
mos Espanol
OXYGEN USERS:No more
bottles! Oxlife's light-
weight, Oxygen concen-
trators run off your car
orin your home. Made in
USA. Warranted
1-800-780-2616
www.oxlifeinc.com
VIAGRA $2.50/dose.
CIALIS$3.50/dose. Low-
est Price Refills Guaran-
teed! Free shipping!
Why pay More? CallI
now! Prescription Buy-
ers Group
1-866-579-8546
NEW ELECTRIC WHEEL-
CHAIRS & Diabetic Sup-
plies at No Cost If eligi-
ble. Scooter type w/bas-
ket or fold-up. Medi-
care/Private Insurance
Accepted. TLC Medical
Supplies Inc 888-601-0641
Class 584 is your ticket to
Boating Adventure!


Business




Owners








FEBRUARY 10, 2005 THE COURIER 29


4 Office Equip.
430& Furniture

500 CUBICLES,
Knoll & Hayworth.
All Sizes. Lowest Price.
Gray. Excellent Condition
Call Chuck 813-966-1072
Arm Chairs Desks Files
Used Office Furniture
Specialist. Commercial
QIty. At wholesale pric-
es!! EOF813-877-9400
Bookcases, Chairs,
Desks, Files, Conf.
Tables, All In Stock HON
Chairs5S%+ 20%OFF.
635.9255 / 5414 N 56th
Business Phone Systems
New & Used, Installed
1 Year Warranty, AT&T,
Norstar, voice mail.
20 yrs exp. 813-985-5011
Copier/Fax, digital, exc
condition, very low me-
ter, Minolta. $495.
727-461-4701
Cubicles-6'x6' Concensus
Al condition $499.00
6'x 7' Steelcase 2 yrs.
new $699.00
877-9400
CUBICLES FILES DESKS
Steelcase cubiciie
7x7,5x7 45" 60" 4 dr.lan
flies $125. & more
www.FloridaDesks.com
(321)377-8084
Desks! Files! Chairs!
Largest quality selection
in Tampa Bay area!!
Unbeatable $$! E.O.F.
813-877-9317
Files -Files* Files
Commercial Grade & Qlty
5 Drawer Lat. Files $200
4 Drwr Vert. $49 like new
EOF 813-877-9400
OFFICE Furn. & Equip, All
in Exc Cond. Desks $100,
Lthr Chrs $40, Comp
$100, Copier $2,500,
Printer $40, Filing cab
$200, Phones $35. etc.
Call Kim 813-928-7213
SALON.Furniture, 4 Hyd.
Chairs, 2 Chairs w/
dryers, nail table, facial
chair, tanning bed, pedi.
stool, glass shelves, Etc.
Call for info
813-910-0093
TABLE, Conference, cher-
ry wood w/glass top.
8 Lx4'W. 6 black leather
chairs. $500 for ALL
Call 813-382-9351
We Buy Office Furniture!!
Top Dollar Paid $$$
Economy Office Furniture
813-877-9317

1 Computers &
431 Equipment

$99 Internet Ready
Computer. Laptops
starting at $149. New
systems starting at
$299.1031W. Busch
PC Services 931.4976
A NEW COMPUTER
BUT NO CASH?
You're APPROVED-
Guaranteed! NO
CREDIT CHECK- Bad
Credit- Bankruptcy OK.
1-800-420-0326
10A-9P EST Mon-Fri
*Checking Account
Req u i r e d.
www.pcs4all.com
APPLE IBook 800MHZ,
12.1" screen, many
extras, like new condition
lyr warranty, $695.
813-454-3655
COMPUTER REPAIRs $45
*Flat rate, Not per hour*
ISORM: Mon-Sat 10 to 7
14918 North Florida Ave
(813)264-0408
COMPUTER UPGRADES!
Newo AMD 2200+ CPU,
Motherboard, 256mb
DDR Memory, & more.
FREE INSTALL! $199
14918 North Florida Ave.
(813)264-0408
Hewlett Packard Design-
jet 650c plotter 68mb
ram NIC postscript,
works great. $750 obo.
Call813-313-8325

Laptop Below WholeSale
New/Used! Dell. IBM!
Beat all prices. Wireless
Internet, Lthr case avail.
STARTING @ $299.
100%FINANCINGi
CALL 813-468-5278
www.buzztech.net
Laptop Sale! G-way 5300,
Pill 750. 128 ram, 10 gig
hd, CD rom, modem lan
win98 $400 + tax. Chris
813-884-4433 ext 242

Seating Steelcase
Hayworth, Dauphin,
Starting at $40 per chair.
Great Condition!. Also
File Workstations & Desk
Call Matt @727-643-4094
I43 Commercial
432"I Equipment

Car Wash, ATM, cooler
for sale at 8616 W.
Hillsborough Ave,
Tampa. Call for details
813-767-3384
Etching System, glass &
plastic, 26-1K mercury
exposure system, 4 tray
film dryer, econoline
blaster w/twin canister
vacuum system. $2,150.
941-383-6352
Forklift, sinks, freezers
walking cooler (863)
676-2787
TANNING Beds & restau-
rant equip for sale.
Great prices. Offers
nego. Call Alicia @
813-571-2003 Iv msg
CLASSIFIED
WORKS!


434 I Restaurant/
43 Hotel Equip
Commercial Kitchen,
complete, architectur-
ally designed for up-
scale restaurant. Walk-
in coolers to forks all in-
cluded! Like new! Cost
new $400K; best offer.
813-478-0120
ESPRESSO $3500. Ice
Cream Flavor Burst
$7500 New 2003. Photos
www.edf2.com delivery
Credit cards 352-472-9895
Espresso Machines -
home business. Impor-
ted Italian coffee MMSI
Espresso Service Co.
813-655-0952
HOBART Mixers, Glass
Door Coolers Grills
Stoves, Pizza Ovens, &
walk-in coolers. Call
727-581-9293

HOT DOG CARTS
FOR SALE NEW & USED
CALL 813-416-0565


435 Fixtures -
Equipment

DISPLAY CASES,
USED CLOTHES RACKS
SHELVES, COUNTERS.
WHSE FULL 813-886-8400
Stylist Chairs (X5), Royal
Blue. Shampoo Chairs
(x3), Beige. Great
condition. Best Offer.
813-933-4356. 625-2511

For Results
Classified Ads
S Builder's
440 Supplies

1 & 2 American Oak Floor-
ing Wholesale from the
Original Guy who start-
ed in this section. I buy
flooring from all over
the world no Middle-
man. I have more prod-
ucts in stock than any-
one that will sell to the
public. Containers of
Wood, Laminate, Ce-
ramic starting at .99 sf.
Come wherethe build-
ers & savvy buyers buy
flooring 1-813-918-2737
www.yeagerflooring.com
We also do expert Sand
& Finish work for your
worn out old looking
floor, Call us and we'l0
come right over to mea-
sure and make plans to
fill your needs. Yeager's
Nobody beats our qual-
ity or service let alone
our price.
All Metals Roofing,
Standing Seam, root
gkg, Galvalume-Plus,
nap-Lock Panels. Easy
to install Visa/M
accepted. 813-224-9060
CABINETS Kraftmaid,
shipped direct to your
home, wholesale prices,
Lifetime warranty.
813-657-7778
CONCRETE BLOCKS
8x8x16 $1/blk! other siz-
es materials, lentils etc.
& Delivery available!
9 813-363-3497 1

FLOORING
Prefinished oak still in
boxes, 2308sf. @ $2.25/sf.
Will split, 813-318-9056
GRANITE COUNTER TOPS
cut & polished, 12" bull
nose, 8' long, 1/4 thick,
$380ea & 8', thick,
$280ea. 813-404-8787
LUMBER LIQUIDATORS
HARDWOOD FLOORING
from .99 cents Sq. Ft. Ex-
otics, Oak bamboo, pre-
finisned & unfinished.
Bellawood w/50 year
prefinish, plus A lot
more! We Deliver any-
where, 5 Florida loca-
tions, 1-800-FLOORING
(356-6746)
CLASSIFIED WORKS
METAL ROOFING: ALL
TYPES. Discount Pric-
ing! Buy Direct from
Manufacturer. Special-
izing in Commercial &
Residential Twenty (20)
colors with all accesso-
ries in stock. Ouick turn-
around Save$$$ Call Toll
Free. 1-888-393-0335.
METAL ROOFING SAVE
$$$ Buy Direct From
Manufacturer. 20 colors
in stock with all Accesso-
ries. Quick turn around!
Delivery Available. Toll
Free (888)393-0335.

MEXICANTILE*
ALL SIZES
FINISHED and RAW
813-884-6127* *
New Lumber-Rough cut
Pine for Fencing &
Building 1"x6", 2"x6" &
"1x4". 16'-14'-12'.
813-634-1963

RAILROAD TIES
Good condition.
Bundles of 20.
(863) 668-9567
Wrought irons & granite
300 pcs,fences, gates,
sinks, fireplace, free de-
livery, 1050 N Myrtle
Ave, Cw. 727-443-3699

441 Patio & Deck
441Supplies

Concrete Pavers 2nds
from manufacturer
low price, Brooksville
call Sonya at
0 352-799-7933 9


.4 Sheds &
444 | Carport





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24 30(0 H,8uI(,
Br'nh are erclo. ed
ConcrelE laDi. 36" door
1 2 7'8qaragc o:,uorsinst
Oiier Si ZE-i av.il
j13 788 35(1l 713 2i33
BUILDING SALE! "Rock
Bottom Prices!" Last
chance. Beat Next Price
Increase. Go Direct/save
20x26, 25x30, 30x40,
35x50, 40x60, 45x90,
50x100, 60x180, Others.
Pioneer (800)668-5422
STEEL BUILDINGS FAC-
TORY DIRECT!
Liquidation Sale.
25x30-$3,700, 30x40-
$4,850, 40x60-$6,900
50x120-$14,900. Call
1-877-728-4807.
STEEL BUILDINGS: 5 only
25x30,30x40,45x80,
50x100 80x150. Must
move now! Will Sell for
balance owed/free deliv-
ery 1-800-211-9593 x67
STEEL BUILDINGS, NEW!!!
Save Thousands
24x28-Sell $3,900.
36x40- Sell 7,800.
48x80 Sell $14900.
Call Uz 1-800-499-6401.
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
installed; 18x21 Build-
ings from $2,375;
Call for More sizes
813-299-3798 -681-5468

448 Compressors
AIR Compressor, Cham-
pion. 230V/Single
phase. 80 Gallon, verti-
cal unit. Model VR5-8
$600 obo 813-323-3615
AO Machinery &
4491 Heavy Equip.

BOBCAT S220 RENT Daily,
Weekly or Monthly @
Cheap Rates. Has Grap-
pler Bucket 2004. Lse
Option. 813-496-9894
Forklift-Tam a Forklift
since 1974. arts, Svc
Rentals, New; Used
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
SAWMILLS -$2,695.00
-LumberMate-2000 &
LumberLite-24. Nor-
wood Industries also
manufactures utility
ATV attachments, log
skidders, portable
board edgers & forestry
equipment. www.nor-
woodindustries.com
-Free information
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 Goods

GOLF CLUBS-Callwy
clones comp set, drvr, 3
& 5 wd, 3-PW Almost
new. $115.813-335-4588

GOLF CLUBS, Taylor/
Made, RAC/OS, 3-pw-
graph/R, like new, $500
Obo. 813-876-1029

GUNS Great assortment.
Layaway, classes, spec.
orders. Females to help
females. 20% off access.
813-210-GUNS (4867)
HUNT CLUB Green Top
2015 acres, southern
zone. Membership $700
Dublin GA
0 404-433-73429V

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

POOL TABLE $1,885
A 4x8 professional solid
wood, 1" Italian slate
K66 rails, mother of
pearl diamond sites,
decorative legs, leather
pockets. Kit delivery &
set up included. Lifetime
warranty, new in crate.
813-363-0097

Pool Table 4x8
Pro Series 1" Tournament
slate, K66, 100% gum
rubber rails, diamond
sights, carved cabinet,
new in box, never used.
Cost $3200, sell $1250.
Can deliver.
813-293-7621
POOL TABLE 8' oak, 3-pc.
1 in. slate, like new w/
access. Pic avail. $1900
obo. 713-560-1893

POOL Table 8' slate,
Simonis cloth, 6 mos old
$1200
813-294-9892
Trolling Rods (5) beauti-
ful custom matching w/
Shimano 30 Triton
Reels. $2125.
813-837-1343/240-0218
CONCEALED WEAPONS
CLASSES
Class G & Class G Requal.
Home Protection
813-643-1370 *245-2719


450 Sporting
40 Goods

ARGENTINA, WING-
SHOOTING and Big
Game Hunting. The Best
Bang for the -anywhere
in the world. Winter sea-
son: April-August, 2005.
Weekdays 314-219-9800
Evenings (314)894-3776
HUNT ELK, WILD BOAR
Red Stag and Buffalo in
Missouri until 3/31/05.
Guaranteed Hunting Li-
cense, Only $5.00. Our
policy NO Game,. NO
Pay; Reasonable Rates,
Call (314) 293-0610.
I Exercise
451 Equipment

Pre-Owned Exercise
Equipment Liquidation.
Treadmills, ellipticals,
recumbent & upright
bikes, steppers & more.
Must Sell. 813-265-1250
I Health
456 Products

AFFORDABLE HEALTH-
CARE! $89.95/Month
Whole Family! Medical
Dental, Vision Includedl
$35 Dr. Visits! Everyone
Accepted! Ask about
our RX Card. Toll Free
1-866-697-3739
HEALTH PROBLEMS?
7 Essentials Nutrient
Groups. Attn: Diabetics.
Free Information. Call
Toll Free 1-866-340-9032
Did you suffer a Heart
Attack, Stroke or Blood
Clotwhiletaking VIOXX
CELEBREX, OR EXTRA?
Your claim may be
worth $250,000+.
Call toll-free
1-877-833-0926
(24 hours)
*DIET PILLS* New Pre-
scription Strength
(Phentrazine 37.5mg 60
tabs $89.95) No Pre-
scription Needed! FREE
Shipping 1-888-527-0870
DIETPILLUSA.COM
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Strength Alternative (30
blue tabs 100mg $89.95)
No Prescription Need-
ed! FREE Shipping
1-888-527-0870
SEXPILLUSA.COM

460 Mowers I

18' Dual AxI TrIr, 60" Dixie
Chpr Stihl Hedge Trmr,
Shmndawa line trmr, Rex
Max Edger & Blower,
$6,000 813-264-5779
Mobile Repair Service
Toro-Scag-Exmark
Bunton-DixCe hopper
Hydro's-Par s-Engines
Cranks & Cams 236-3363
14651 Lawn & Grdn
FREE HORSE MANURE!
Great For Gardens!
YOU HAUL!!
Local delivery available.
813-661-1096
l I Nurseriesl/
69 I Trees

Azaleas 3 gal $.00.
Podocarpus 3 gal $4.00.
Lg Cammelias. Various
Plants. 813-932-6928.
Reg#03249000
FRUIT TREE SALE
90 Varieties: Lemon-Lime
Orange-Tangerine-Fig
Pummelo-Persimmon
Fl. Peach-Plum-Nect.
All Sizes $15 to $40
813-752-4938 #47216934

KNIGHT'S
NURSERY
Azalea, Boxwood, Wiste-
ria, Tabebuia, Tibouch-
ina, Fig, Podocarpus,
Crotons, Roses, Bottle
Brush and MUCH MORE
Airport Rd, Plant City.
813-752-7676
Reg #04710685
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 LIVE OAKS
& Leyland Cypress
SFOR CASH $$
Container grown
30 gallon Live Oaks &
15/30 Leyland Cypress
Small or large quantities.
Thomas 386-527-4648
Reg# 74-8012126695-3
1480 Dogs I
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
Beagle puppies 8 weeks,
1stshots &wormed, tri-
colored $150 cash
813-932-2605

BICHON PUPPIES, AKC,
cute, home raised
w/love, POP, hith certs,
taking dep. Avail
2/28/05. $900-$1K ea.
863-967-1475,
Boston Terrier Puppies
M & F. 1st shots & health
certs. Ready now! $500
firm. THE CUTEST
813-383-9161


1480 Dogs I
BOXER Puppies AKC,
flashy &gorgeous, sells
w/ UTD & health warr.,
DOB 12/10/04, $475
863-402-9051,446-5682
BOXER PUPS, AKC reg. 1
male, 3 females, fawn &
white & black masks.
Ready to go. $650.
813-478-2551,662-7018.
Boxer Pups, AKC, Fawn,
Brendle, flashy.
$600-750. 2yr old
brendle Male AKC Box-
er, $400.813-782-0204
CAIRN TERRIER PUPS AKC
1 female, 3 males. See
pictures: www.
mccartysterriers.com
352-591-2271
Cavalier King Charles/
Cocker Spaniel, M 8
wks, shots, health cert,
looks of a Cavalier, POP,
$550.727-869-8684
CHESAPEAKE BAY/LAB
Retriever Puppies, both
parents w/papers, best
retrievers on earth, 1st
shots, ready now, $150.
863-446-2007/446-2008
CHESAPEAKE BAY RE-
TRIEVER Rare, champ
lines, reg, 3yr female,
good with kids friendly
$550 813-936-5259
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES,
AKC, all shots & certs, 1
Chocolate/tan female,
$500.1 Fawn/White M 1
Black & Tan male, $450
each. Call 813-650-0739
Chocolate Lab Mix, fem,
11 months old, spayed,
Free to good home with
enough room for dog to
run. 407-492-9222
COCKER Pups AKCbReady
2/12/05, asking epos-
its, Red-Parti /F. 1st
shots. Health Certs $350
813-782-6570
COCKERPOO PUPPIES
male & female, small
$400. Shots & wormed.
Call 352-628-0048.

CORGI PEMBROKE AKC
See pictures:
www.mccartys
corgis.com
352-591-2271
CORGI PEMBROKE
Valentine Pups AKC.
Litters ready 1/28 & 2/4.
Call 352-523-1360
or 813-299-1626

CRATES SUITCASE!
METAL NEW! CHEAP!
FROM 24"$29.97
TO 48" $79.97
PETMART813.985.1865

DACHSHUNDS-AKC/CKC,
mini short hair w/health
certs, Red, Silver Dap-
ple, Ready for $450-
5590. Call813-391-4578
DACHSHUNDS, Mini, Long
haired, puppies AKC,
hith certs females $375,
males $325. Cash.
813-805-0509
DOBERMAN Puppies,
Rare white AKC
M-$1000; F-1200. 9 Avail.
Ready for Pick up on
2/11/05. Deposit req.
Serious & loving Inq
only. Call 727-638-1383
or 727-573-1700
DOBERMAN PUPS AKC,
vet checked, first shots,
champion Kimbertal
Kennel bloodlines, tails
and dew claws done,
black & tan, 2 M, 2 F.
Ready to Go. $500.
813-630-2148
ENGLISH BULL DOG,
Born 12/22, AKC, $1,800.
4 White, 1 Brindle.
All Males
Call (813)685-0222
ENGLISH BULL DOG Pups
Champ line 8 wks, brin-
dle & white health certs,
AKC reg. $1400. taking
dep. rdy 2/6
813-918-1397
Tired of the same "old"
thing? Sell your antiques
with an ad in class 402.


14801 Dogs |




FERRETS! FERRETS!
LIVE TIGERS last
Saturday of each month
Club Pet Members get 1/2
off live fish Tue &Fri
Rat & Mice Feeders Avail
American Bulldog,
Poodle, Bichon,
Min Schnauzer, Boston
Terrier, Pug, Silky
MANY Other Breeds Avail
1 Yr 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
FRENCH Bulldog Pups,
Champ Ped, White
W/Black markings, Best
Family Pet. $2,000
618-458-6412
GERMAN SHEPHERD,
AKC, BigBoned Pups/
Adults, Rich Colors &
Blacks, family oriented.
$650 & up (941)809-6242
GERMAN SHEPHERD
Puppies, $450.00
AKCrepister.Black &Tan.
CallWandaat
v (813)323-1779t
GIANT SCHNAUZER Adult
male. 2 yrs old. Neu-
tered. $150 Health certs
& shots. Will deliver.
1-386-698-4842
GOLDEN RETRIEVERS-
AKC reg, POP, 4 males, 2
fem 8 wks ready now
Health cert 1st shots,
$500-600.813-657-9005
GOLDEN RETRIEVERS
Xmas Puppies, 5 Fe-
males, 4 Males, AKCreg,
hlth cert., light & dark,
POP. $500-$600. Ready
Valentines week. Cad
Diane 813-634-1278 or
Cell 727-403-3474
Golden Retriever pups, 5
champ blood lines, su-
perior quality, awesome
males 599-$799, Ready
Today AKC OFAhealth
certs. 13-933-2327
GOLDEN RETRIEVER 8 mo
old male, light color.
Paid $600 Asking $300
with all papers.
813-787-4495
GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUP-
PY AKC 10wk Female.
1st & 2nd shots. Health
cert.$550 (813) 404-6182
V GOLDENDOODLES, V
Blondes & Blacks Low
Shed Boys & Girls, Vet v ,
$1000. 423-420-6580 or
423-920-1246
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
wormed, vet cert. Block
head, champ. bkgrd.
Pedigrees. Parents/
grandparents on site.
$600.352-307-0772
LABRADOR-Chocolate,
male 7 mos old, all shots
& compl'd puppy trng at
Petsmart, greatw/kids
& other animals. Kennel
incl. $450.813-671-0245
Labradores BIG BLOCKY
& BEAUTIFUL chocolate
& blacks born 1/4/2005t
akc reg. shots & health
certs. taking deposits,
will be ready to take
home 3/4/2005 $500
(863) 521-7522
Lhasa Apso Pups
Ewok-faced cuddle bears
Vet checked, AKC, $500
Call 813-982-0832
Llewellin Setters, 4-M,
1-F, black, white tan
ticked, exc. hunting, &
wonderful fam. dog,
parents nat'l pointers &
packers & on site, req.
FDSB, $550 pups, $600
beltons, 352-351-3857
MALTESE Pups, also new
litters & adults, after
Christmas taking dep.
betsat@acun.com
941-322-9563


WINN DIXIE
America's Supermarket'

Apollo Beach 6188 U.S. 41
Brandon 1945 W. Lumsden Ave.
Brandon 179 Bloomingdale Ave.
Sun City Center 4445 Sun City Cir.
Riverview 9822 U.S. 301


1480 Dogs I
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.
727-772-8354 409-0294
PIT BULL Blue English
Staff, mom & dad on
site, low riders born on
12/17/04,3 Femiales left.
$300 each. 813-931-4019
PIT BULL PUPPIES
Mixed. Call
813-994-5439
For More Information
PEDDLE YOUR BIKE
WITH AN AD IN
CLASS 452
POM PUPS & PUG PUPS,
AKC, hlth cert. 1st shots,
M-$500, F-$550.
863-884-2123 or
941-628-2641
POODLE Sweet Tiny
pocket toy female. 5.5
in. $1100; & adorable 5
3/4 inc. blk male $800
Champ line & Health
cert. (863) 537-1648
PUG V LUV for your
V Valentinev Champ
blood AKC. 1st shots,
HIth certs. PoP. Ready
2/12 $750 813-220-1225
PUG puppies, Black AKC,
$500. Health certs &
shots. Will deliver.
1-386-698-4842
Want Ads
PUG PUPPY female, reg.
13 wks. shots up to date,
fawn colored, $600.
813-929-0468

PUG PUPS, AKC, shots,
health certificates,
fawn, M-$500, F-$550
Call 863-884-2123 or
941-628-2641
PUG PUPS, pure bred, 1st
shots & worming, ready
to go, $350 & up.No
papers but can be reg.
813-752-0252

Puppies 4 Sale
Park Ave. Puppy
813-662-2592
Lic# P04062440
RAT TERRIER PUPS, UKCI
Family raised. See
pictures: www.mccartys
ratterriers.com
$350 352-591-2271


1480 I Dogs I
RAT TERRIER PUPS, male
& fern. UKC 12 wks old,
black & while & brown &
white, vet checked,
$200 ea. 813-685-6040
ROTTWEILER puppy, 4 mo
old male. AKC, al up to
date shots, two includes
crate. Asking $500 obo.
813-907-5050.
ROTTWEILERS (Tails
need cutting) Have Pa-
pers. Male & female
dogs on prem. $450/girl
$400/boy 813-299-5242
Just Pick Up the Phone
and You're Halfway
Home! Place your ad in
This Classified Section!
Schipperke puppies, 9
wks, reg, health certs,
adorable and lively. 6 @
$750 each. 352-472-4605
SHIH TZU 8 wks, CKC, 3
females ($450. ea) & 2
Males ($400. ea) health
cert. Call 813-719-6633
Plant City
SHIH TZU pups AKC, reg-
istered 4F/3M, various
colors, tiny, taking de-
posit Ready 2/19.
813-967-0844
SHITZAPOO YORKIE MIX
3 fem/2 spayed/1 male
Ages 5mo-lyr. $200
(813)689-0671

WEIMARMANER PUPS,
AKC reg. champion
bloodline, show, hunt,
love $1000.
152-343-7995
YORKIE MINIATURE
PUPPIES 6 wks old, 4
Male, taking deposits.
$650. 1 Female, $750.
813-623-5594
Want Ads
YORKIE PUPS
Also adults for adoption.
Great companions.
betsat@ acun.com
941-322-9563
Yorkie Pups, CKC reg. 3
Tiny super quality
Males. Health certs-
Pedigrees. $750-$800.
Yorkie Female AKC 4 yr
old, 41bs $300. Yorkie
Male, CKC, 1 year 61bs,
proven breeder $400.
27 yrreputable breeder.
760-0512 / 813-626-8993.
YORKIES-Blue & tan little
teddy bears hith certs
all shots, POP, $700 Call
(813) 653-2797 www.
dailingfordollars.com


1481 I Cats I
HIMALAYAN/PERSIAN
Kittens CFA Bred, Fluffy
& Sweet, Needs to be
spoiled $495 and up
U 727-736-0616

v Kittens&CatsV
Free to good home. Spay-
ed, neutered, some vac-
cines (813) 963-6612
14821 Birds I
BIRD SHOW SALE! Febru-
ary 13th 2005 Free
Bounce house- free gift
first 100 adults from
9am to 4pm 7177 Bee
Ridge Rd Sarasota (1-75)
Exit #207 go east (941)
232-2668
MACAWBlue &Gold, 2yrs
old, male, very tame, ex-
tra large cage, slight
talker, $900 obo.
813-643-1139.
Macaw, Double Catalina,
2 yrs old talks w/large
cage, $1300. Call
813-948-4810 mornings
or leave message

BIRD CAGES, NEW!
FROM 18X18" $119.97
TO 40 X30" $299.97
PET MART 813.985.1865

1483 | Exotic I

LARGEST AQUARIUM
SALE EVER!
OVER 1000 TANKS
SOLD AT COST.
UPTO 50% OFF SUPPLIES,
UP TO 40% MARINE LIFE.
FEB26,27.
PET MART-TAMPA.
3 BIks E. of Busch Gardens
813.985.1865
PET MART ST. PETE
727.398.7828

WILL BUY Your unwant-
ed Ball Pythons contact
Tom at813-982-9467
tomc22@earthlink.net

484 Misc Pets/
SServices
AQUARIUM 75gal, salt
water, with al neces-
sary equipment. 3 yrs
old. $800 OBO
813-892-1491
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14981 Estate Sales
SCC. 1407 Fox Hills
Between LaJolla & Cherry
Hills. Fri& Sat 8-2.
Golf Cart, Sofa, End
Tables Coffee Table,
Swivel Rocker, Dining
Room Tables & Chairs,
Twin Beds, Sewing Ma-
chines, Dresser, Dinette
Table & Chairs, Night
Stands, Pictures, Step
Ladder, Bread Machine,
Hand cart, Household
and Miscellaneous.
JOHNNY JONES
AU89AB85
ANNE'S ESTATE SALES
APOLLO BEACH
756 FLAMINGO DRIVE
Fri&Sat,2/11&12; 8-2 pm
Sunday, 8-???
Take Flamingo or Miller
Mac & Follow Signs
A gorgeous home with all
contents for sale!
Sofas, loveseats, sec sofa
slpr w/rclnrs, ent. ctr,
TVs, king & queen BR
suites, DRtbl w/8 chrs &
china cab, collectables,
Haviland china 81-pc
set. Bellek, crystal,
Pfazgraff, mower &
edger, accessories.
PARK on ONESIDE ONLY
i4 Garage, Yard
499 Sales, Etc.

PLANT CITY 110 W. Ball
St Wed-Sat Feb 9-12.
BIG SALE Odds & Ends,
Tools, Knick knacks &
Lots more
PLANT CITY 1731 Joe
Mcntosh Rd, Fri & Sat
Feb 11 & 12.8AM-5PM, 8
pcs dining room set,
New sofa, Foveseat & ta-
bles, swivel rocker,
wingback chair, lamps,
picture. Prince house
dishes, ALL household
items, bar stools, floral
arrangement, garden
tools, Many more tools.
TOO MUCH TO LIST
PLANT CITY 3304 W. RISK
ST SatLFebl 2,8AMwTili?.
Lots of Misc Items & plus
size clothing.
PLANT CITY 3606 Joe
Sanchez Rd. Feb 11th
&12th, 8a-?, Baby items,
crib, women sz 3-22,
mens Lrg-Xlrg, Desk,.
HH items & more
PLANT CITY, 4504 Hwy
574 lot 109 Thur, Fri &
Sat, Feb 10, 11 & 12,
Toys, WHat Nots, Dish-
es, 3 wheel bike.




PLANT CITY 701 E Tom-
lin St, Sat Feb12,7AM-til
?. Furniture household
appliances, Children


Vaughn Rd. Household
items, twin bed clothes,
LOTS OF BABY ITEMS.
500-549
Farmer's Market

Ib Fruits &
5110 Vegetables

BIG SALE! Strawberries,
tomatoes, sweet corn
6/$1, fresh greens, red
navels etc! Sat & Sun.
9a-dusk -4to Exit 10, ML
King, East to Highview,
Disc. Auto 813-727-5754
15101 Farm Equip. I
Farmall cub tractor good
condition w/graden im-
plements r Chipper
shedder, fawn tractor
fertilizerizer distributor and
MUCH MORE.
813-752-3824

525 Livestock

Quarter Horse-$500,
Pony-$500, Mini-$200
All Kid-safe. + 30 more!
Will finance anyone. $0
dn, $100/mo. Many
beautiful paints! Will
trade & rent $15/hr,
$25/day. Call now:
813-649-1126 www.
suncitystables.com
Rocky Mountain, Spotted
Mountain and KMSHA
weanlings, yearlings
and broke geldings.
$1 ,500-$S,000.o
Brucemaurer@wm
c o n n e c t co m
(386)935-1529. Bell, FL
(Gilchrist County).
POLE 'BARNS, Garages,
workshops, horse barns
-220x0x9 $2,600
'20x30x9 $4,200
-24x24x9 4,032
'24x40x9 $,6020
Other Sizes Available
813-713-2333- 788-3501
AQHA Zippo Pine, Bar
Mare. 1997. Beautiful
Bay. 15.1 Hds. Shown
Western Pleasure &
Showmanship, would go
English. Intermediate
rider. $3000.352-628-7501
Free Horse if boarded
with us! Full board-
$250/mo. Horses rented
$15/hr, $25/day Call
now 813-649-1126 www.
suncitystables.com
2002 Bay Paint Tobiano
Mare. Started western,
pleasure or barrel
prospect. Very pretty.
Flashy, $5000. Michelle
Tucker 813-478-6758
Turn to Classified- you
can Bank on our Bargains


525 Horses &
525 Livestock
SMALL HERD OF BLACK
Angus & black/wht face
cows. Also black Angus
bulls. Please call (850)
878-2571/(850) 510-4854
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,
ponies tack, trailers &
equip. op prices paid.
Good home. Call Cyndi
now: 813-649-1126
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

Arabian mare, beautiful
10 yr old bay, 15.3 hands

tall and registered.
Smooth flowing motion,
$2500.813-245-1962.
BEEF CALVES FOR SALE
Weaned, On Feed Vacc.
3-8 mos old. $256-$400.
Delivery Available.
863-581-5322
HERD dispersal-30 head
of Quality Cross Bred
cows. Heavy bred and
calving now. $750 each.
Cal 352-745-1645
WANTED: GOATS, SHEEP,
LAMAS, & CATTLE. TOP
PRICES PAID. GOOD
HOME. CALL CINDY
NOW 813-649-1126
152 Pastures &
526 Stalls

Horse boarding. Well-
ventilated stallffs, cross
ties, wash racks w/ hot
& cold water, a/c tack
room, restroom, 60'
shaded round pen. Lg
g rassy paddocks &
urnout pastures, riding
lessons. Patient highly
qualified instructors for
all ages and abilities.
Tyninghame Farm Old
Pasco Rd, 30 min from
Tampa. 813-991-1838
Private barn lease/
board. inthebreezer-
anch.com. 813-264-1112
1527 1 Hay & Grain
HAY,
Clean Rolls
In Barn
1-75&Hwy52
813-431-0939
TIFTON9BAHAIA,
(Trenton, Fl) Nov cut $25
per roll. 152 rolls U-Haul.
813-626-4705
HAY large clean rolls $28.
Delivery Available
863-646-3707


Recreation


560 1 Motor Homes
560 RVs
22' Winnibego Le Charo
1984,4 cyl diesel, 4 spd,
manual, 46,019 mi, nice
cond, asking $7,500
352-597-4763
23' 1980 EXPLORER Class
C, 318 engine, runs &
looks good, all opt w/
en, new tires, $1650.
13-832-2879 846-9043
23' 1997 FOUR WINDS
MAJESTIC FLYER Class C
new crpt & awning, very
clean priced reduced
$14,960 obo 813-789-4943
25' 1999 Flair, Class A,
27,519 mi., 454 Vortex
motor & trans., self con-
tained, twins beds, very
clean. $33,000 obo.
813-661-0290
31' TIOGA 2000 Class C,
Ford V10,38K miLR/DR
16ft slide, walkaround
ueen, split bath,
$49,500.863-602-0876
32' 1992 Winn/Chief 80K
Mi., loaded N/S N/P 2nd
owner, 3 A/C, air ride,
Hyd Levelers, camera,
VCR/TV Queen master,
Queen Sofa, separate
shower, driver door,
6500 Onan Gen $18 000
tag along Ranger Sport
w/led cover-rigged to
tow 4 on the ground-low
miles/Clean $4,200.
Well sell M/H with or
without tag along.
813-681-9453
32' 1994 Pursuit Class A.
454 Chevy Engine, 34K
miles, Queen bed, 5kw
gen, exc cond, $22,500
obo. 813-677-6270
32' Georgetown 1999
wide body 14,500 mi,
exc. cond. Hydr. level-
ers, back-up cam, gen,
Artic pack, other opts.
$37,500 (610)866-4848
33' COACHMAN CATALI-
NA, 15K ORIGINAL
MILES, FAIR OFFER
OWNS IT! CALL PAUL
(727) 697-1609
33'SOUTHWIND2001,31K
mi, exc cond, Non
smoker-pets, sat dish
CB, conv oven, lots of
xtras $65K. w/2001 CRV
Honda & tow bar. $79K
352-341-5617


550 Motor Homes

34' 1996 BOUNDER 454
Chevy fully loaded, dual
air, jacks camera, new
tires 17806k Very clean
$31K FIRM 863-425-2411
34' Dreamer 1997 5th
Wheel w/2 slideouts, lo-
cated in Palmetto.
$22,500 obo.
941-723-1516/960-2962
35' DSL PUSHER, prof. 88
GM bus conv. New 871
auto gen, loaded, orig.
cost $147K, now in Tpa
$40K obo. 248-705-9001
40' 2001 Country Coach,
Loaded, immaculate
lots of extras, extended
warranty, $149,900.
941-924-5733
40' Beaver Monteray,
Quad slide, info @
www.homepage.
mac.com/mike3www/or
813-963-1767
40' Country Coach In-
trigue 1998, loaded, sat-
ellite, W/D, walnut cabi-
nets, extended wrty, en-
closed commode. $139k.
812-459-2171
888-Bates RV Nearly 600
Airstream Jayco a
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tampa.
Alfa 1995 Gold Fifth
Wheel, luxury, #3axel,
dual frig. slidese,
storage sale. $23 500 obo
Call 813-727-2568
S Camp-ers &
562 Travel Trirs

24' 2001 Dutchman 24Q-
SSL, Couch slide,
front qn, $9,000
813-695-3493
24FT AMERILITE BH 02,
ALL ACCESS, SLEEP FRT
Q, REAR BUNKS ADULT
USED LOOKS NEW, 1/2
TON TOW-ABLE, $9450
080 (813) 390-3420
26' Trailmanor 2619,2004,
used twice, sleeps 6,
light weight, low profile,
oaded -too much to list
$17,995 obo 863-465-2692
28 "03 COACHMAN Cas-
cade, Irg slide out stand
up bedrm, Irg baih, exc
condition, many extras
$17,500 813-649-1980
28' 2004 FLEETWOOD/
PIONEER-28TRS6, spa-
cious living area, 12x3'
slide loaded $12 495.
Call (727) 815-0033
29' 1972 Airstream, fully
self contained, 1 owner,
roof air, awning, non-
smoker. Exc. condition.
$6400 obo. 813-285-1480
31' 1995 Hitchhiker II
5th Wheel $14,000.
813-685-1689/690-7449

32'2002 LUXURY LR slide,
sleeps 6, awning dbl ax-
le, air/furnace. Ian de-
liver. $14,600
813-390-6040
32' JAYCO Designer 2000
5th Wheel, 3 sldes, rear
Living Room loaded.
$26,500 Bradenton
(941) 794-3362
40'2002 FRANKLIN Tri-
axle, elec jack, 3 slides,
sleeps 6, DW, W/D ste-
reo, CHA. Can deliver.
$18,900.813-390-6040
40' 5th Wheel 1996 Car-
riage. Rare 2BR, 2 slides,
loaded, NADA $33,185
asking $24,900. (813)
748-9275; 941-322-925R
97 VIKING POP UP CAMP-
ER 2800. OBO
(813) 949-5125

2002 Fleetwood (Bound-
er) 36A Only 3500 miles
just like new, wash-
er/dryer, 8 CD player,
many other extras,
$75000.00 (863)
655-0307
564 Recreational
564Rental I

NEW COLEMAN POPUP
Campers available for
rent. A/C, sink, stove,
frig. For reservations
call Lynn 813-546-1827
1565 I RV Storage
South Bay RV & Boat
Storage Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000
C'wood RV/Boat storage.
Sec pkg w/24 hr access,
bright night lighting &
wash area. From $35
813-968-4991; 505-2803

Fowler & 1-75
RV's/Boats etc. Security,
$50/mo
813-986-3094
580 Swimming
5 Pools & Spas

HOT TUB/SPA; 7 person,
5HP, loaded with jets,
cabinet, lights, never
used. Warr. Retail $5,100.
Now $1650.813-313-8071
HOT TUB/SPA 7 person,
20 jets, 5hp, cabinet,
mood lights, warranty.
Paid $4595 Sacrifice
$1550.813-313-8071
HOTTUB/SPA, 5 person,
like new, 24 jets, red-
wood cabinet, warranty,
must move $1495
4 813-453-79214
CLASSIFIED WORKS


580 Swimming
0 Pools & Spas

SPA Replacement Covers
Small 5x7-$229
Medium 7x7 -$249
Large 8x8 -$269
SPA MOVING & DELIVERY
from $225. Spa DepotInc
(813)643-3366
SPA seats 5, lounger,
loaded, never used,
redwood cabinet. $1475.
813-846-8692

A + POOL HEATERS FAC-
TORY DIRECT: Solar,
Heat Pump or Gas. Com-
plete do-it-yourself pool
heater kits. Phone
quotes installation
available in most areas.
1-800-333-9276, ext 501.
www.TheEnergySuper
Market.corn Lie
#CWC029795 Insured.
Dealer inquiries wel-
come.
I Water.
I 583 Vehicles

YAMAHA 2002 (2)XLT 800
3 seater waverunners,
warranty, w/trailer,
jackets, skis, kneeboard
& many extras. $12,500
813-737-1202 309-3727
2003 YAMAHA XLT 1200
Wave Runner. All bells &
whistles. Less than
60hrs. Garage kept.
$6500.813-223-3932
15841 Boats
137" 1979 Alum. deep/V
boat with Trailer and
trolling motor. $495.
GPS lowrance 3300 color
new. $375 813-662-9854
14' Aluminum Bass boat
and trailer, 40hp motor,
live well, front & rear
decks, trolling motor.
$1100obo. 813-956-6767
14' JON BOAT Lowe 1448,
Yamaha 25hp 4 stroke,
many extras, too many
to list, like new. Includes
trir. $4500.813-935-5446
16' 2001 Pro Sports flats
boat, Yam C70, SS pro
galv trIr, must sell! 7
Wide, reat shape,
$7500 863-581-7980
16' CAROLNA SKIFF 25hp
Johnson Outboard, has
trolling motor, 2 live
wells, bimini top & trir.
$3500 813-293-3979
16' McKee Craft, CC 2001
90HP Johnson, 0. In,
PT&T, Bimini, Live wef,
cooler seat galv trr, low
hrs, $7900 813-220-7639
17'I CAPE CRAFT 2001 Bay
Boat, fully eguip, ready
to fish. 40 Hrs. on '90
Merc. Alum trir $9,500.
813-571-3310 eves
17.5' ACTIONCRAFT 1992
w/1997 175 Evin, polling
platforms, live-welp
extras. Reduced $10,506
863-660-2887
17cc Ca0ecraft 2003 Bay
90hp Merc galv trailer,
imini, GPS/depthfindr.
PFDs, etc. Like new.
$13,960 813-642-0389
18'Sea Ray 1999 Bow Rid-
er in/outboard motor,
good condition, with
frailer & all accessories.
$13,000 813-681-8993
18' WELLCRAFT '88 CC
w/'96 115HP Johnson,
electronics included,
good cond $5,500 obo.
13-393-8499/298-7324
19' 2000 Sea Pro, CC, 115
Yamaha 100 hours.
$9700 813-244-5271

19 FOOT Ranger 518 Co-
manche. Mercury 200
Opti. Loaded / extras
$24,995 (813) 766-8357

21' Century 1995 CC, 115
Yamaha. top, trolling
motor, live wells alum
trlr, btry chgr.$790Oobo.
813-350-9893/625-7271
21' SEARAY 1988 SOR-
RENTO BOWRIDER, 5.7
L, Bimini, Full Cover,
New Carpet, Always
Kept High/Dry. Exc.
Condition. $7995.
Call 214-415-8030
22' 2003 SeaPro, 200hp
Yamaha w/64 hrs. exc.
cond $24,000 obo.
813-368-5414 -655-9584

22' CENTURY 2100WA,
2001 $27K. 150 Yamaha
HDPI, fact. warr thru
10/05. Boat bought new
11/02, stored hi-dry,
Furino Color 1700, Lots
of extras. Buyers Only
727-898-1820. Email
chasellen@aol.com for
info & pictures.
23' AQUASPORT 1992
Walkaround cuddy cab-
in, Outriggers, Downrig-
ger, diving platform. All
electronics, full canvas,
new trailer. 350 Mere
cruiser I/O. $15,950obo
813-677-9640
25'6" Cobia 240WA 2000
Cuddy 250HP Yamaha
SSII Lots of extras, H&D
kept well maint ready!
$34,500 813-716-5927
25'AQUASPORT CCP 1983
w/1996 Johnson Ocean-
Runner 200HP Custom
tower full controls/elec-
tronics. new Fuel cell
$12K Jeff (813) 389-9932
26' 2001 Bayliner 2655
Ciera Bravo III eng.
250HP, A/C-Heat, Many
extras! Low hours. Like
new $42K. 813-571-1380


1584 I Boats |
26' 2004 SEARA'I
Sundancer, 260 Sport
cruise, 70 hrs. premier
wrnty. till 2010, gen. full
canvas top, seller
Suin larger boat
$7o00 83-786-085
28' CARVER EXPRESS
1994, Cabin Cruiser, 7.4L
I/O, low hrs, full
electronics, new
canvas, many xtras.
$28,000.813-814-1304
31' 1972 Trojan Cabin
Cruiser, twin V8 Ford
inboards. $12,000 obo
813-653-7230 or
813-380-7230
34' Mainshift Pilot hard
top, 2000. 300hp Yan-
mar, bow thruster, ra-
dar GPS, plotter, fish
finder, auto pilot. 14
knot cruise. Good cond.
3.5kw generator. New
bottom paint, complete
service. $154,000. Trade
offers considered.
727-367-6286
41' Sea Ray, 2001 300 hrs
2yrs, factory wrty on en-
gnes/trans. 1 owner,
loaded, beautiful condi-
tion! New factory can-
vas. $269k. No brokers.
305-295-2847 -
732' 1994 286 MONTERAY
CRUISER Due To-Medi-
cal, Must Sell. Self Con-
tained. Sleeps 6. New
Bimini, New A/C 0 Hrs,
w/ Trailer $42,500 obo
(727)868-8241

BOATTRAILER,21ft.long
3100 lb. capacity. Single
axle. New $3200 Asking
$1500 obo (941) 918-8908
BOAT TRAILER,
all Aluminum for 24'
boat, 40001bs capacity,
like new, $1575.
813-689-0029
Largest Volume Pontoon
Dealer in Florida.
Nauticstar Bay Boats.
www.donsboating.com
813-677-1300
BOATS Several storm
damaged and donated
boats for sale: 18' to 32'
Mike (727) 204-7988

585 I Boat Slips-
585 | Storage |
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Serving New Tampa, US
19 Hudson & Port Richey
areas. RVs, boats,
autos, etc.$40+ /mo.
813-866-5533
South Bay RV & Boat
Storage -Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000
Sea Pines Hudson Pvt.
up to 35' Boat. Pvt. park-
ing, deep canal. 50' to
open water. $6.00 per ft
518-368-4242
Carrollwood Outside
Storage! All boats/RVs
welcome. Secure facility/
24 hr ace. Reasonable
rates. 813-505-2803
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RVs, auto, trucks.
$40+ /mo. Secured Ioc'n
813-684-9171
New 40' deep water
protected boat dock,
gated, marina, restaurant
22 min to gulf, $500/mo.
941-586-3695
Marine
586 Supplies &
Repairs
T-TOPS ANODIZED
ALUM with new Canvas.
Customized to fit any
Boat $800. 941-266-0903
www.aqua-shade.com
YAMAHA 25 HP 4 stroke,
25", tiler handle,
warranty to 4305 like
new, Model F25MLHA.
$1900 obo. 813-788-9350


1588 I Houseboats
33' CHRIS CRAFT House
boat head shower 8'
oak kitchen, tv ac, V6
175hp, $18K obo. Port
Richey. 727-849-6616
n I Boats
5u J wanted

BOAT WANTED 24-28 ft
Cabin Cruiser, 2000 or
newer model Reason-
able price 602-493-0323
or 941-747-7972
600-649
Transportation

6i9 IAutomotive
6 Services

Bay Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warrarny
Auto/ Boat/ RV
727-934-1731-
Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
Chevy Camaro Tuned
Port Injec LT-1 engine
computer, wiring harn-
ess 305 C.I. 78K mi, runs
good, $365.813-781-8857
Engines & Transmissions
Used & Rebuilt- 90 days
up to 3yrs warr. M-F 9-5.
Mem BBB 813-907-5519
OLDS 1977 350 Rocket
Engine & Transmission.
$350
813-931-8392

Tires & Wheels x4
265/70/17 Mud Terrains
65% thread on 17"x8"
aluminum wheels. $450
obo.813-493-9819
TOYOTA 1994 COROLLA,
wrecked, all or part No
title, $295. Call
813-949-7679


TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z, all makes &
models, guaranteed
work. Great prices. Call
Bob 813-610-7887
SUtility
627 1 Trailers

2003 HAULMARK 8x16 en-
closed trailer, aluminum
wheels, elec brakes, exc
cond, warranty. $4,000
Call 813-892-1969
TOW Car Dolly w/straps,
turn and tilt unit $675.
813-634-6399.
BestPriceTrailer.com
877-258-1445 $0 down
easy financing! 90 days
same as cash! We have
the Best Prices! All trail-
ers ready for delivery.
Living Quarters, Horton
Haulers, Dump, Utility,
Motorcycle, Car Haulers
I Trucks Light
629 Duty I

CHEVY 1998 Silverado ex-
tra cab, step side, 125K
mi. exc.cond.$6900obo.
813-948-1638 or
727-243-1006
CHEVY 2000 Silverado
Z51 4x4 Super Charged
5.3,20" wheels, bed cov-
er, black 3 door tinted,
alarm, 49k. $21,00 obo.
813-505-5307.
Chev 2001 Silverado,
2WD, 4.8 L., reg. cab, LS
model, PW. C, 62K mi,
mat. cover+ liner, clean.
$11,400.863-412-5736
CHEVY 2002 S10- LS Ext
cab, auto, 6 cyl CD
electric windows, 21K
mi, Fac wrnty 5/05
$12,000 813-933-4711
DODGE 1993 DAKOTA
Pickup, V8, 4x4,
bedliner, A/C, runs
good. $3 800.
813-765-0804


16O I Trucks Lightl
629 Duty

DODGE 1995 Dakota
Deluxe, V6, auto air, 1
owner, 61K acuial mi.
looks like new! Sacrifice
$4450 cash 813-695-7345
DODGE 1996 Ram, Indy
Pace Truck, AC, power
all, C/F-, exc cond,
$6000. 813-294-9886
71-7373
Dodge 1999 Ram 1500
Crewcab, Red w/ Silver
trim, 5.8 auto transmis-
sion exc. work Truck,
$5,900.813-781-5347
SHOPPING MADE EASY
That's Classified's prom-
ise! Classified delivers!
DODGE 2004 1500 SLT
Quad Cab, fully loaded,
tow package, bedliner,
bargain at $17,990 obo.
Chris, 813-672-1076
FORD 2000 F150 SUPER
Cab Lariat, Triton 5.4V8,
Auto, Fully Loaded, Lthr,
ExcCond! $12,800 obo
813-935-6517/361-9308
FORD 2002 F150 XLT, Fully
loaded 6cyl auto 74K
miles, topper, 1 owner,
new tires exc cond,
$11,900.813-846-2525
Want Ads
FORD 2003 150 XLT Heri-
tage 4dr, SC black/gray,
bedliner, CD, pw, pl, ey-
less entry. 21K mi.
$15,950813-633-5675
FORD 2003 F-150 Super
Cab Lariat, Triton V-8,
auto Lthr match top-
per, fully loaded. 47k mi.
$17,000352-684-9669
FORD 2004 F150 Lariat,
king cab 4 dr, Ithr, 2-
tone, loaded, bed ex-
tender & liner. 12,500 mi,
$25,500.352-592-8884
GMC 2004 SONOMA, light
duty Truck, 4 cyl, auto,
10K mi., never loaded -
brand new. $9,500.
813-598-8847


SI Trucks Light
TOYOTA 2002 Tundra
Lim'd Ed, white, V8, 44k
mi, 5 yr 100k mi warr,
loaded, Ithr, keyless en-
tr & alarm, tow pkg
$19,900 813.7M 3460
TOYOTA 2004 Tacurro
Pre-Runrer. blMe cb 4
dr, -ed. -au ,p p $R5. AC.
PS 'W, PDLTW, cr cm,
AM/FM stereo cass,
SCD, rng brds, mis 9k, tr
hitch, $22,500.
813-654-2721,310-5949.
6301 Trucks- u
V Heavy Duty
Chevy 1981 White Step
Van, alum body, low
miles, good condition.
$3000.813-872-7664
or 813-610-8036
FREIGHTLINER 1998 FL-70
24' box truck. 19,000 +
miles on new engine.
Delivery trk, runs great.
$18,000.813.477.4184
GMC 1992 Step Van 18'
bed, all aluminum ex-
cellent condition. $7500.
813-310-4911.

GMC 1995 Sierra SLE 2500
Red V8, PS, PB. AT AC,
Bedliner, tow pkg, 4WD,
cruise, ext cab, alum
wheels, 110k, great con-
dition. $9000.
813-925-0467
INT'L 1995 DT466 25'
straight truck, 6-spd
w/lift gate 290K mi
$13,700. Call Fred after
9am @813-818-7534
PETERBILT 2000 379-127
w/3406E Oat 10sp Eaton
Fuller trans. Amer. Ser
w/Unibuilt Cab, 288 in
WB 355 40K lb. rears.
589k mi. $44K obo (863)
665-1855/863-661-5376
SADDLED WITH HORSES?
Advertise in class 525 and
buyers will gallop to
yourstable!


63 Trucks-uty
Heavy Duty
SEMI TRAILER 48 ft. dry
box, good tires, new
brakes. Road worthy.
Ready to Roll $1700 (863)
665-1855/863-661-5376
4-Wheel
630BI Drive

JEEP 1997 Wrangler
4x4, Sport 4.0 auto, ac,
big tires, 43k mi, like
new. $8200 813-967-2460
JEEP 2002 Wrangler 6 cyl.
auto, tow pkg, chrome
Nerf bars, cruise, AC.
$13,500.813-454-414747

SUZUKI 1987 Samurai
4x4, mag whis. Runs per-
fect! Great off road vehi-
cle! $2k obo. (813)
887-1036; 813-610-7706
| 31 Vans I
Chevy 1991 Astro RS, 4.3
Liter, auto, handling
towing, full power, tint
hitch, needs work.
$950 obo. 813-295-4997
CHEVY 1996 ASTRO VAN,
white, good condition
good tires, rearair, 110K
miles $3,900 Cafl:
813-784-6911I
CHEVY 1996 ASTRO VAN
AC, 6-cylinder, auto, full
pwr, looks & runs
excellent. $2400.
813-758-1714
FORD 1994 Van, full size,
E150, brown, wheelchair
lift, runs exc, LOADED,
863-666-6570
FORD 2000 E250 Cargo,
58k miles w/Barko
glass & ladder rack, AC,
power windows & mir-
rors, exc cond. $8950.
813-433-6848.
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Ford 2001 E150 cargo van,
V-6 power pkg, extend-
ed top, mint cond, 38K
mi. $12,500 obo. Call
Rick 813-244-8586
FORD 2003 Windstar SE
adjust pedal, CD dual
air, remote entry ksec.
sys. exc. cond. $14,500
obo. 813-546-3337
FORD 2004 FREESTAR SES
MINI VAN V6 WHITE,
WARRANTY, 18750 MI.
$19K. 351-754-9668,
6-9pm
GMC 1995 Safari Cony. 7
pass, front & rear AC &
CD plyr tv/vcr opt, full
pwr, 125K mi, back.
$3350 obo. 813-941-8037
HONDA 2000 ODYSSEY EX
Original owner, new
Michelins, PW, PL, rear
AC. Exc. condition
$11,900.813-907-0348
HONDA 2002 Odyssey
Leather interior, fully
loaded, 42K miles. Non
smokers. $22,000obo
813-779-7532
Mercury 1997 Villager
V6, auto, 85K miles,
loaded, good condition!
$4400.813-264-9412
MERCURY 1998 Villager
LS, leather captain
chairs, multi CD player,
72k mi, very good cond.
$4995 obo 813-988-3184
Plymouth 1997 Voya er
V6, auto pwr pkg, tint,
new A/C/brakes, garage
5dr,2nd owner, 124K mi.
$3,850.813-968-9250
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632 | Vehicles

BMW2003 X5 3.0i,blk/tan
Ithr, 5 yr/50k transfer-
able dealer wrty, 21k
miles, exc cond $38,500.
727-798-3184 Vicki
727-251-7357 John
CHEVY 1999 Suburban LT,
87K mi. exc. cond. Ithr,
front & rear air, tow pkg.
CD, all owr, keyless,
$13,200.813-269-8765
CHEVY 1999 Tahoe LS one
owner, white, loaded
new tires & brakes. Dual
ac, well maintained.
$9,500 813-323-5226
CHEVY 1999 Tahoe LT4x4
white, w/ leather, 94K
mi., fully loaded, exc
cond $10,500 obo.
813-842-3529
CHEVY 2001 SUBURBAN
LT, 55K mi, Dk Red Ithr
towing pkg, OnStar All
options $19,700.
813-920-9114
CHEVY 2003 TAHOE Z71,
4WD, 3rd row seats,
leather, onstar XM Sat.
Radio, sunroof, heated
& memory seats, 29K mi.
$29,500.813-909-9295
FORD 1993 BRONCO XLT
White, Auto. All power, 4
WD 5.0 8 Cyl. 152k looks
& runs great. $4750.00
(352)518-0052
FORD 1996 Explorer, 2
door, 2WD, Auto, 6 Cyl,
Green, Exc. Cond.
124K Mi $2,900
V 813-215-2275V
FORD 1997 Explorer
new tires runs well, nice
mag whls, good condi-
tion, $3,500 obo. Call
813-633-5544 785-2408
CLASSIFIED WORKS
FORD 1998 Expedition,
burgundy ext. gray Ithr
int. 3rd 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 1998 EXPLORER
XLT, 80K miles,
excellent condition
$8000.813-961-4298

HONDA 2003 Pilot EX-L,
Beige, 31,150 mi, run
ning brds, CD, Ithr seats,
pwrdrs, pl, w x-cond.
25,600 803-215-6685
HUMMER 2003 H2 Luxury
pkg, sunroof, brush al-
um cross rack, chrm ext,
6 disc DVD. 30K mi.
$42,000813-899-0199
INFINITY 2001 QX4 all
power, pearl white, 2 yr
ext wrrty, exc. cond., all
leather, CD/cassette
$16,999.813-960-9116
INFNm 2003 FX35, load-
ed excellent condition
58K miles, $28,500. Call
813-672-4911 days or
cell 813-267-3421
ISUZU 1998 AMIGO, 5
speed, 4 cyl, A/C, ps,
Copper color, 68K mi.,
excellent condition.
$3,850 813-989-9763
JEEP 1995 Wrangler, Rio
Grande, 4cyl, AC, wide
tires, low mi, alarm, gar
kept, 1 owner. $6,900.
Call 813-264-7710
JEEP 2001 WRANGLER
29,500 ml, Burgundy
Convertible, 5 Speed. 4
WD, 4 Cyl. AM/FM/CD
Mint Condition $9,800,
Must Sell (813) 727-7639
JEEP 2002 WRANGLER
Sport, 37,000 ml, White,
Convertible, Auto., 4
WD, 6 Cyl. cruise, CD
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632 Vehicles

JEEP 2003 Wrangler 30K
mi, 6cyl, 5 spd exc
shae, new tires, 2" lift.
CuStom whis & bumpers
$17,900.813-917-5341
KIA 2001 Sportage Auto,
power everything, 4 dr,
AM/FM, CD, gray, 45K
exc cond. deal @
$7500.813-837-2039
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 mil
Java Black/Black, wood
grain, original owner,
garage kept, mint.
Asking $43K813-671-4366
Land Rover 2003 Discov-
ery SE, Bronze with Tan
leather 27K mi., 2 sun-
roofs loaded, perfect!
$27,960.813-966-4113
LEXUS 2000 RX300, Pew-
ter/grey Itr, exc cond,
CD changer, all pwr, 44k
mi, $19,500. 813.817.
7525 or 941.726.2442
LEXUS 2003 RX300
Blue with tan leather,
loaded, mint condition,
17K miles $30,000.
813-839-5666
LEXUS 2003 RX300 VSC
Prem. Pkg Loaded! 23k
mi $30k 813 624-5319
LINCOLN 1998 NAVIGA-
TOR, red/tan Ithr, 79K
mi, all W.D., CD chgr, 3rd
row seat, new tires
$13,495 813-215-0618
LINCOLN 2004
NAVIGATOR, Maroon,
18K, all options except
TV, new $62,500. Now
$44,500.352-754-1177,
MAZDA 2002 Tribute. 5
speed, power. 28 mpg.
Great condition 19K
miles. $8950.
813-632-8611
NISSAN 2001 Pathfinder
LE, 39.5K mi.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
SUZUKI 1987 SAMURAI,
rebuilt engine, air condi-
tion, good condition.
$3500.813-310-4911.

163 Scooters &
6331, Mopeds

(2) BIGFOOT Scooters in
good condition. $350 ea;
S GOC $350t ea;
OGO STICKHeavy Duty
all chrome. $50
(863) 802-3746
3 Wheel Adult Cycle
Scooter, battery operat-
ed 24volt fast. Collector
Item. $1,000 obo.
813-931-9738, Lv mssg.
|635 |1 Motorcycles I
Chariot 2-bike motorcy-
cle trailer, great shape,
$1500
813-837-1343/240-0218

Harley 1992 FXR 8100 mi
VGC, $10,250. Pit Bull lift
mtrcycle lift, new, $440.
Tennis Tutor Jr batt pwr
$450 obo. 813-996-4056
HARLEY 1995 Ultra Clas-
sic, lots of extras, 20K
miles, $13 500 obo. Call
813-633-5544
813-785-2408
HARLEY 1997 Dyna
Lowrider excellent
shape. MUST SELL!!!
$9,000obo 863-683-6007

HARLEY 1998 ROAD KING
Mint, 4K mi, Screaming
Eagle upgrades & many
extras.. Special factory
paintred & white. Priced
to sell @ $15,900.
813-477-7510
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 Davidson 2002 Su-
per Glide, 3k, gar'd, upgr
hnd/footgrips sissy bar
lug rack detach winshld
$13,000 813-363-1553
HARLEY 2002 Heritage
Softtail, always Ga-
raged, lots of Chrome &
Extras Under 9,500 Mi,
$16,50b .813-389-0332
HARLEY DAVISON 2003
Anniversary Ultra Clas-
sic, sil/blk. Intercom
helmets incl. 3800 mi.
$19K 813-986-2541
HARLEY 2004 HERITAGE
SOFTTAIL, 563 orig. ml.,
Red, loaded fact. warr.,
EFI. Must sell $20K obo.
813-785-2249'* 920-5345
HARLEY 2004 ROAD KING
2K orin miles, fact
warranty like new,
health forces sale.
$17,500.813-951-4528
HONDA 1995 ST 1100 red.
Very low miles. Many,
many, many after mar-
ket extras. $6550.
813-600-1574.
HONDA 1996 Helix 1100
orig miles, red, lady
owne new battery,
looks new. $2900. Pv
owner 813-495-2561


1 635 I Motorcycles |
HONDA 2003 SHADOW
ACE 750 BLK. Garage
kept, 1,981 miles, Inc.
rear seat/saddle
bags/helmet. $5,300
(813)234-7344
HONDA 2003 VTX1800
Candy Red, Exc Cond,
Low Miles, Extras Add-
ed $10 000 obo Call Alan
813-984-8564
HONDA 2003 XR400 must
sell, excellent cond.
$4,200. Riding equip-
ment incl. 813-310-9175

HONDA 2004 VTX 1300-
R, garage kept 950 mi,
3yearwarr. IndCobra
exhaust. Many extras.
$8199813-948-2018
KAWASAKI 2000 KDX 200,
great cond. new parts,
$2,400 1 863-859-5094
afier6 pm Mon-Fri

TRIUMPH 1968 Springer
Hard Tail, old school
chopper, real ood
condition! asking $3000.
863-853-8932
VIRAGO 1100, 1986 for
sale or trade, excellent
condition $2,000.
813-752-9631 or
813-731-9138
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc.813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
Yamaha 2001 YZ426, exc
cond, no time to ride,
low hours, well taken
care of, garage kept
$2900813-477-6147
YAMAHA 2002 PW 80 kids
nice bike $800 T TTR-
125 2002 ridden 4 times,
lady owned. $1700 Priv
owner 813-495-2561
16361 Golf Carts |
GOLF CARS 2002 E Z Go
2000 20U01E ZG.)$1800
-Z Go 36 volt remain.
cars $3295.'02 Club Cars
$1935 800-571-1644

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
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S640 Wanted

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Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
CADILLAC 1980 Coupe De
Ville, De Elegance,
white, orig owner.
$4900.813-988-3081

CHEVY 1966 El Camino
350 auto, extra tilt col-
umn, no rust, needs fin-
ishing. $3K obo. Lee:
727-481-4250
CHEVY 1970 Camaro
rolling chassis, clear
title needs restoration
$1500 obo. 813-760-5606

COBRA 1965 Shelby
Replica. New SV0351,
385hp, 600 mi. 5 spd.
Blue/white stripes. BIk
int. 95% compl. All new.
Paper work incl. $38K
obo.813-956-9194
CORVETTE 1970 454 4spd,
A/C, PS, PB new paint,
awesome, $22,500 obo.
813-505-5307.

DODGE 1949 Medow-
brook, garage kept, 4 dr
sedan, fluid drive, 1
owner, olive green. Only
57,094 mi. Orig cond. A
true collectors car. Ask-
ing $7500 352-597-4763
FORD 1936 pIck up.
Project, 425 Buick motor
& trans, rolling chassis
$5700.813-318- 359

Ford 1955 Thunderbird
Convertible, all bo y &
mechanics finished,
ready for paint & int.
$14,500.813-986-7171
FORD 1958 Retractable
ardtop r automo-
ble. Rd/Whie. Neet s
some cosmetic work.
S2Skobo 813-571-0125


Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
Ford 1961 Thunderbird
Convertible, 390 auto,
full pwr, new top &
brakes clean, $15k
813-986-7171

MGB 1980
Runsgreat, looks reat!
$3,50Call 813-679-2527
PONT 1974 Grandville
conv. 455 V8, cold A/C,
full wr 95KMust See!
$8950 83 713-5841
PORSCHE 1969 912 Cpe.,
frame up restoration,
115HP, 5-spdall parts
replaced orreblt, BC/CC
paint. Pristine cond.
$12,950.863-698-8491
Volkswagen 1971 Karmen
Ghia, red 4 speed beau-
tiful inside and out,
many trophies, A/C,52k
mi, $15k.352-588-4664.
VOLKSWAGEN 1978 Bug
Convertible, runs well,
new top, new tires, 44k
miles, $12k obo.
352-588-4664.
VW 1974 Super Beetle,
great shape, Porsche
sivr, 8 spoke Eagle whis
new tires. 1776 eng, dual
carbs. CD plyr. $4900
(863) 688-6745640-5200
CORVETTES WANTED
1953-1972 Any Condi-
tion. Serious Buyer
1-800-850-3656 or
vccorvette.com
WANTED: JAGUAR XKE/
XK Healey/ MGT/TR3/
MGA. Any condition.
Cashbuyer will pick up.
(407) 620-6295
With QUICK ACTION
rates, selling is a snap!
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"649 For Sale

ACURA 1999 3 5 RL. green
Over tan, 84h mi. Exc
cond. $11,900.
941-232-1269
Mustsell
AUDI 2002 TT
ROADSTER/Cony, 2-dr,
39K mi, Wht/Blue, Bose
sys, exc cond. $19,900.
813-915-0026
AUDI 2004 S4 5,000 mi,
Black, Auto, AWD, 8 CyL
$46,000, Low Miles (813)

BMW 1991 318i CONV.,
maroon, leather interi-
or, 5spd, very clean,
runs and drives great
$4,000obo. 813-283-8528
BMW 1992 325 convert-
ible, white w/blue inte-
rior, automatic, great
condition $5995 obo.
813-842-4853.
BMW 1993 525i 135K
miles, 17in BMW rims,
straight 6 cyl AC, CD
Ithr, snrf. Must see!
$5200 obo 813-833-4647
BMW 1999 740it 94K mi,
black w/tan int, car cov-
er, floor mats, exc cond
bells & whistles!(
$20,000.813-645-1417
BMW 2000 5281 M Series
Black, tan int, lthr, all
pwr, sport suspension,
17in rims tint win
$19,399 813-645-1905
BMW 2000 Z3, silver/
black, low mileage, cd
changer, garage kept.
$20,999 727-551-0013
cell. Vehicle in S Tpa.
BMW 2001 325i 4dr,
black, loaded, GPS Nav
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 20017401, white w/
tan int, sports pkg, 41K
mi, chromewhis, pone,
nav. sys., gar. kept.
$34,950813-404-0881
BMW 2002 325Ci, Silver,
27K mi, sunroof, Gray
Ithr. 1 Owner, Coming
off lease. $24,900-.
813-382-611
BMW 2002 3251, loaded,
prem & sport pkg 100K
mi ext'd warr, Harmon
Kardon stereo Xenon
h/gts, Lt Blue Met paint,
39K mi, gar kept, mint.
$23,900 813-855-7291
BMW 2003 330 ci Conv.,
black, brn Ithr, 5 spd,
prem pkg 18" whlsIHk
mi $34,995 obo. (727)
481-5868,612-710-7914.
BMW 2003 Z3 2.51, gray/
black, auto/manual
5300 mi. exc cond $31K
compare new @ $42K
941-387-0320 aft7pm
BMW 2004 7451L, Only 8k
mi, bik w/tan pristine
cond, w/ every option
avail for BMW. Fact
warr. Sport & Prem pkg
$68k 727-647-2177
Buck 1999 LaSabre, like
new, 22,262 miles, Ithr
seats, tape/cd, alloy
wheels. $8800 obo
813-767-4339
CAD ICe 1988 Eldorado,
possible blown head
gasket, many newparts,
sti I runs $750 oeo.
813431-6131
CADIULAC 1990 Eldorado,
cream, tan Ithr, newly


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CADILLAC 1996 DEVILLE,
good cond cold air,
must sell, full power,
135k mi $3000 obo
813-961-3526
CADILLAC 1997 SLS Se-
dan Red 62k mi, $8099.
Selfnen 813-684-3399

CADILLAC 1998 ELDORA-
DO moonstone w/tan
carriage top, loaded
beautiful. $10,600 (813)
785-7963
Cadillac 2003 Sedan De
Ville, Cottillion Wht,
canvas top luxury pkg
wrty.New 2k.Mstsell
$22,995.727-345-2114.
CAMARO 1996 RS Con-
vert, rn w/tan top, au-
to, aliaval opts, garage
kept excelcond I9K mi.
$12K. 813-671-0487
Chevy 1995 Monte Carlo
Z34,91K mi., power
steer., windows, rear
window defrost, leather,
exc. cond. $3,200.
813-920-3611 Evenings
CHEVY 1998 Lumina,
good cond. V6, white
well maint. cold AC all
power, $2800
813-653-1754
CHEVY 2001 Malibu 4
door, 56,000 miles ex-
ceptionally clean! Well-
maintained! $8800 OBO.
813-677-5575
CHEVY 2003 Cavalier, au-
to, AC, CD showroom
condition, factory war-
ranty white, 24k miles,
auto rans,4 door $8000
obo.813-716-5975.
CHRYSLER 1991 5th Ave
Mark Cross, Leather,
Loaded, Mint Condition,
59K Mi, $2,650
813-238-5094 928-1814
CHRYSLER 1991 Imperial
pwr seats & windows,
air, runs good. Velour
int./blue ext. $1200
813-685-5864
CHRYSLER 1993 LeBaron
Cony. Cold A/C 100K mi
$1800 obo 727 934-1892
CHRYSLER 1997 LHS, 88K
mi, Red with Tan
leather, all power, good
condition $3500 obo.
813-855-9218
CHRYSLER 1997 Sebring
Conv 70K, Auto, New
Top & CD, All Power
Great Cond. $4,995 OBO
813-855-5942 855-8687
Chrysler 2001 PT Cruiser,
Limited Edition, Fully
Loaded, 5spd 47K miles,
great conditio, $8450
obo.813-956-0165
CHRYSLER 2002 PT
CRUISER 24,000 mi, Red
Wagon, 5 Speed, 2 WD, 4
Cyl. $9,200 Super Buy
(813) 619-2137
CORVETTE 1990 90k mi,
w/body kit. body &
mechanically exc cond,
$8500
813-376-2158
CORVETTE 1999 C-5
Pewter, T-Top, Auto., ful-
ly loaded, excellent
cond, 36,000 mi-$26,500
obo. (8613)699-5337
CORVETTE 1999, Red,
T-Top, showcase cond,
runs exc. Carmel Ithr int,
auto Boise radio, low ml
$28,900.813-641-0179
CORVETTE 2000 Coupe
Pewter,' 2 tops, Ext.
Wrrt, 47,500 Mi, Exc
Cond. 22,500 OBO.
Must Sell! 813-926-9278
nights; 855-0709 days.
CORVETTE 2001 Z06
blk/blk, 17k miles, mint
cond. $29,900.
813-757-0186.

CORVETTE 2002 Coupe
Immaculate Condition
Red/Black 17,800 Mi,
Must See! $31,000 obo
941-360-8761
CORVETTE 2004
2400 miles, Silver, coupe,
Black leather. $36,900
obo. Call 813-994-1339
CORVETTE 2004 Cpe, Red,
15K mi, chrome whls,
both tops, Heads-up,
Bose, full fact warr.
$36,900.7277458-7007
DODGE 1997 INTREPID,
auto power everything,
am/fm cass, cold air,
123k mi, immaculate.
$2950.813-988-5437
DODGE 1999 Avenger, like
new, V6, auto ice air,
auto, pwr, cruise, 2 dr
very fast &sporty $3606
obo. 813-971-3019
DODGE 1999 Stratus, very
clean in & out. Looks &
runs great. $3995
813-633-3981

Dodge 2002 Intrepid SE
auto, 86K mi., Blue/
Grey, all power, CD, tint,
good cond. $5,950.
Call 727-459-6508
FORD 1995 MUSTANG 5.0
convertible, great con-
dition. $9,000 obo Call
813-265-1154
FORD 1995 Probe, laser
red, sporty, 45K miles,
exc condo, 1 owner, 4 cyl,
auto, a/c, am/fm cass,
clean & runs great,
$4000 obo0. 813-968-4256
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FORD 1997 MUSTANG,
302/350 HP, Cobra pwrd
& susp lowered 2",
Muncle 5 spd, Dana rear
end, BIk w/Gray Ithr Int,
P/W, P/B, P/S $9500
obo.'813-477-7397
FORD 1997 MUSTANG GT
95k mi, dk green, Ithr, all
pwr, 5 Speed, Mach460
stereo + 10" sub w/amp,
$5,200 (727) 415-7807
FORD 1997 Taurus LX, all
power, new tires, new
brakes, new susp, 92K
miles, like new cond
$4200 obo. 813-966-3266
FORD 1999 TAURUS SE, 6
cyl, Blue, all pwr cruise,
AM/FM, cold A/C, exc.
gas mi., runs great.
3,800.727-868-1945
FORD 2001 CROWN VIC-
TORIA LX V8, leather,
loaded like new, 8.506
miles, 12 950. Call:
V 813-787-76743
FORD 2001 FOCUS ZTS
40K mi, Black, Auto., CD,
leather, $8,500
(813) 681-7563

FORD 2001 Mustang Co-
bra, 44k miles, loaded,
exc shape, black
w/leather & suede int.
$19,500.813-363-7223.
FORD 2002 Mustang GT
Night Blue Stick, 6 Disc,
All Pwr, 24,500 Miles,
$10,999. will go fast, call
today. 941-400-9291
FORD 2002 T-bird Black,
Red Int, Loaded, 3-4K Mi,
Excellent Condition
it $23,5001h
3 813-732-96120
FORD 2003 MUSTANG GT,
V8, Automatic, red all
power, too many extras
to list, all leather 16,800
orig miles, 18 500.
813-685-3040:624-2377
FORD 2003 TAURUS SES,
28K mi, exc cond,
sunroof, P/W, P/S, CD,
ABS $10,000
813-967-7123,312-1810
GEO 1993 PRISM auto,
cold air, new tires, runs
great, 88K mi, AM/FM
cass, 4dr. $2150
813-685-9188/293-0677
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 ACCORD EX
4dr Gold, Exc. Cond.
$3700.813-505-6983
HONDA 1995 Accord LX
4DR beige, V6, leather
int.,' only 79K mi. exc.
cond.very clean, $6350.
813-671-2668 786-6699
Honda 1999 Accord EX,
4 dr, auto, V6, leather
alloys sunroof. Mini
Cond!71Kmiles,$10,998
813-633-3484
HONDA 2000 Accrod SE,
auto AC pw, pdl,
AM/FM CD, cruise,
spoiler, $850 obo.
813-841-615H 645-7239
HONDA 2002 ACCORD SE
27k m, bik, gold kit,
KROM wheels, Falken
tires, 4cyl, coupe, cd
$14,900813-948-3401
HONDA 2003 ACCORD LX
12K mi, White/Tan, all
pwr, factory warranty,
exc condo $15,990.
813-766-7200
HONDA 2003 Civic LX
Coupe 7600 mi., pewter
w/ cream cloth, brand
new cond. $13,000 obo.
813-842-3529
Hyundai 2002 XG350
White, Lthr loaded.
100,000 mi Warr. 32,000
mi. $13,500 obo.
813-661-9576
INFINITI 1998 130 Dark
Green, W/Tan Leather,
Loaded, Excellent Con-
dition 83K Mi $7,250
813-685-2535 610-2016
INFINITI 2000 130T 55K
miles, sunroof, silver
with gray leather, Bose
stereo/CD chgr. $11,750
813-643-4433
JAGUAR 1996 XJ6 Loaded,
looks & drives like new
well maintained. 94K
miles. Gorgeous! $8600
813-731-8958
Jaguar 2002 XJ8, charcoal
gray, very good cond!
27K mi, loaded. Warrnty.
Compare & save. $26.5k.
Call 813-767-7825
JEEP 2003 WRANGLER SA-
HARA, Satellite radio
w/CD ac, Forest Grn
w/soft top, Auto, 28,275
ml, 4 WD, 6 Cyl Exc
Cond $16,500 t813)
855-9449
KIA 2000 Sportage Low
Miles, Power Windows,
Power Locks, New TIres
Well Maintained $55500
or will trade for Boat
Motor & Trailer
863-967-5755
Lexns 2001 ES300, exc.
cond., Platnum Interior
& exterior, leather Intr, 6
disk CD changer.
$16,800813-781-5347
LIXUS2001 GS300, door,
silver, w/gray Ithr, w/6-
disc CD & adr, n-smkr,
47.5k, $21k.
d813-835-5206 ext300.
Spot Ad ertising Works


LEXUS 2001 IS300,
Silver/BIk int, exc cond,
65K ml sunroof, P/DL,
P/W, ABS, tint $16,500
obo. 813-843-5244
LEXUS 2001 LS430 1 own-
er, gar kept, It silver 30K
mostly hwy, moonrf, CD,
auto climate, cruise, fir
trunk mats cargo net
etc. $37.9K 41-921-6342
LEXUS 2002 IS 300 33,000
mi, Silver Warranty,
$14,999, Call
813-235-3107

LINCOLN 2001 LS,
champagne, load-
ed/leather, 36K mi, exc
condition, $17,900.
813-988-0123/245-4012
Lincoln 2001 Towncar
Cartier beige sedan,
51kmi, 18100.Seffner:
813-64-3399
MAZDA 1996 Miata MX5,
5spd, 18L new paint,
clothing, AC am/fm/CD
Indigo Blue, clean, 76K
mi, $6100813-299-1953
MAZDA 1998 626 green,
4 cyL cold air 97.5K mi.
$3500 obo. 813-661-7333
or 813-393-6829

MAZDA 2001 TRIBUTE ES-
V6, 79K mi., Black, Grey
Ithr intr auto, cruise
control, CD player, key-
less entry, pwr every-
thing, exc. cond. $11,000
OBO. 813-831-6941
MAZDA 2002 ProtegeS
54K mi all power cruise,
CD, auto, new tires, red,
exc cond. Orig. owner.
$9500.813-477-5583
MERCEDES 1986 190E
good running cond.
3 month warranty. $1300.
Call 813-300-8649

MERCEDES 1992 300SE,
good condition, drives &
looks good. $7,700. Call
813-971-6961

MERCEDES 1995 C280
gold, 95K mi. very clean,
$7500 obo. 813-376-4452

Mercedes 1997 E320, 2nd
owner, garage kept,
dealer serviced 6 disk
cd 98k miles. $12,800.
813-431-4222
MERCEDES 1998 SLK 230,
ampered, exc cond,
black, 73k mi, $18,200
warr, 813-651-3215
For more info
MERCEDES 1999 E320 1
owner 86K mi, silver,
non-smoker, loaded.
Good cond. $17,000. Call
727-505-7765
MERCEDES 2000 500SL
7500 mi., white, grey
int., flawless in & out 6
CD plr, garaged. $42K
obo. 220-0531/287-8455
MERCEDES 2000 CLK320
Conv, Quartz Blue/Navy
top, auto, phone, 50 ,50
mi. Reduced to $30,900.
352-797-0069
MERCEDES 2000 E320 Se-
dan, 32k mi., 1 owner,
garage kept, w/maint.
records, Bordeaux/oys-
ter, CD/sunroof,
$23,500.813-854-2142.
MERCEDES-BENZ 2001
SLK 68K mi, Silver, Con-
vertible Auto. AWD, 4
Cl. S1R.500M ust Sell

MERCEDES 2001 CLK430,
29K mi, exc cond rain
sensor, sunroof/shade,
time port phone, Silver.
$30,500.813-787-3210
MERCEDES 2003 CLK320
Coupe 20K Mi, Brilliant
Silver, w/Ash Lthr Int,
Starmark Warranty,
6CD Sunroof Like New
$36,500 -727-360-6931
MERCEDES 2003 ML 350-
Inspiration 20K mi, blk
on bik, lady owned, fact
warr, orig owner!
$33,000.813-495-2561
MERCEDES 2003 SL500,
Pewter, glass roof, venti
seat & massager, 6CD
chngr, voice act phone,
BI Xeon headlamps,
wood Ithr shift knob &
steering wheel 22K mi,
$80,000.813-695-7447
MERCURY 2001 Grand
Marquis, loaded white
w/tan interior, 76k+ mi,
great cond, $9400
13-818-7722
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For Sale For Sale


MERCURY 2004 Grand
Marouis LS 15K mi, mint
condo. non smoker, ga-
raged. Must See!!!
$24,999352-588-0404
MITSUBISHI 2004 Galant,
5k mi, auto, 4dr, power
opts, CD, non smkr fact
warr lOyrs or 120K mi
$13,450 obo 813-504-9298
NISSAN 1991 Sentra, 5spd
A/C 167K mi, pw, ps,
am/fm cass, cruise, ABS
rem mirrors, airbags.
$1470.0BO813-968-8158
Nissan 1996 Altima GXE,
bik/grey int, cold air,
exc cond, drives great!
59k miles. Must see!
$4500.813-363-3901
NISSAN 1997 Maxima SE
White, 1 owner, moon
roof CD Full power,
leather, 40K, Ex Cond.
$5,750* 813-978-3887
NISSAN 1998 Altima GXE
PW/PL, CD, alarm, tint,
cloth, 93k, new tires,
battery. Exc. $5700.
813-766-8277
Nissan 1998 Maxima GLE,
Garage kept, Ithr bose
stereo, new tires/brakes
97K mi. All records kept.
$7500 813-404-2069
NISSAN 1998 MAXIMA
97,000 mi White Sedan,
Auto., 2 WD, 6 Cyl. Power
everything. New brakes,
bat,ming belt. CD pla-
erve ry clean $7,200
(727)656-1833
NISSAN 1999 ALTIMA, 4
dr, auto, A/C, AM/FM
CD, very good cond 82k
mi, $5250
813-229-3513; 748-4644
NISSAN 2001 Maxima SE,
43,600 mi, pearl white,
auto, all power moon-
roof, spoiler, blkthr, 17"
alloys, nose guard,
cruise, keyless alarm,
fog lights, gate & garage
remote, cass/CD, tinted
win, exc cond, $15k
813-641-2846,294-4252.
NISSAN 2004 350Z Silver,
6sp, CD, Alarm Pwr
Win/Lck, Tinted Win.
Only 1,600 miles!
$25,000(813)684-4288
OLDS 1998 Aurora,
loadedabove average
cond. NorStar engine
$8500.813-653-3624

PLYMOUTH 2001 Neon
under 29K mi. exc. cond.
red, must see, exc. gas
mileage $9000 obo.
813-612-9209
PONTIAC 1988 Trans AM,
GTA 5.7L V8, auto,
99,742 orig mi. new tires,
pics at autotrader.com
$4500 obo. 813-783-3080
PONTIAC 1992 Grand Am,
White, 4dr, 85K mi, runs
good, ice cold AC. $1,000
obo. Call 813-232-50630

PONTIAC 1996 Bonne-
ville, one owner, 50k mi,
thr, full pwr new tires,
cold AC. Must see.
$4600.813-684-2902.
PONTIAC 2002 FIREBIRD
36K mi, White T-Top,
Auto, 2WD, 6 Cy), Mint,
$12,900, Must Sell,
(813) 928-4357
PORSCHE 1999 Carrera
Cabriolet loaded, red,
18K mi., $45,000.
813-837-1343/240-0218

PORSCHE 2001 Boxster,
Blue, Spt pkg, 17" whis,
49K mi.-Exc. condition.
$24,000 obo.
813-789-3233
PORSCHE 2002 BOXSTER
Lapis Blue Savannah
Beige, 18" wheels, sprt
pkg, exc cond. 37k miles
factory warm $32 500
obo or trade for older
911.941-322-0169.
PORSCHE 2002 Carrera
Coupe, Silver, tiptronic
PireTli tires, exc cond
Low Miles reduced
$51K (813) 855-3200
SAAB 1998 900s converta-
ble gold, 52k mi,
27.5mpg, 5 spd, FWD, al-
loys, loaded, pristine,
$12,500.941-383-0123
SAAB 1999 SE 9-3 White
Turbo Convertible, 5
Speed, $10,500, Must
Sell, Flawless (813)
633-8863
SATURN 1995 S-SERIES, 4
door, auto, A/C, garage
kept, runs excellent.
$2,500 obo.
813-453-0124


SATURN 2000 SLI auto
matic, like new, new
tires, new battery w/RV
towing installed. $5900.
813-634-6399.
SATURN 2001 L200, dark
green, low miles,
leather, power, CD A/C
auto, exc. cond. $7800
obo.813-215-5661
Saturn 2002 L200, 30k,
auto, wht/gray cloth Int
alloy whis, am/fm/cd/
cass 33mp ,acpw dl
$9500 Obo,813-546-2766
TOYOTA 1992 MR2,
T-tops, White 120K mi,
4-cyl, 5-spd, CD, airbags.
Runs good, 1 owner.
$3100.813-837-9943
TOYOTA 1995 PASEO
auto, 4 cyl, 113K miles,
runs & looks great.
$2800
813-933-4711
TOYOTA 1998 CAMRY LE,
98K mi., excellent
condition.
$5,900 obo
813-494-6544
TOYOTA 1998 COROLLA,
74K mi, orig owner, tint-
ed win, auto, A/C, non
smoker, exc condition
$4,900 obo 813-963-5490
Toyota 1999 Camry LE,
good condition, loaded,
auto, pwr p rear
spoiler, CD, 162k miles,
$3900.813-44-1245
TOYOTA 2000 CAMRY LE
dark blue auto, full pwr,
keyless alarm, gar kept,
new tires excellent!
$8600.813-645-4335
TOYOTA 2001 AVALON
XLS moonrf, LEA, 34K,
Michelin tires, loaded,
burgundy red. CLEAN. A
beauty &awesome deal.
Must sell. $17,361.21
813-340-4231/253-3186
TOYOTA 2001 Camry,
auto air pw, pdl,
AM/FM CD, 43K mi.
$10,900 obo.
813-841-6115 645-7239
TOYOTA 2001 CAMRY LE
25.4K LOW miles, Auto.
accident-free, Sage, 4
Cyl. $13.4K, well-maint.
dykeamoore@aol.com
813-244-5678
TOYOTA 2002 Camry3 LE,
white, all power, 38k mi,
runs like a top,
asking $13,000
727-725-9550
Volvo 1996 850, 4 door, 1
owner, exc. in & out,
auto, new tires & battery.
Best Deal In Town!!
$3400.813-391-3015
VOLVO 2000 S80, 39,406
mi, Lt Blue/Dk Blue Ithr
very clean. 3 yr exi
warranty. $17K.
813-986-3564,967-0959
VW 1999 JETTA, 85K mi.,
Black, auto, sunroof
pwr locks & windows,
cruise control, tape
player, good condo.
$5,500OO.813-831-6941
VW 2001 PASSAT, ACPS,
PW, PDL, cruise, AM/FM
cass, 6 cd chgr, Mon-
soon premium sound,
dual front inside air
bags, Ithr, sunrf 46k mi,
non smkr/no kids, deal-
er servicing current,
$12,995.813-310-2695
VW 2002 Golf GL, Auto
trans, alloy whis, CD,
cargo rack, 31K mi. fact
wrnty, indigo, exc. cond.
$11,400 813-810-3247
VW 2002 Jetta GLS, blk,
auto, all pwr, cruise, al-
loy wheels, sunroof, cd
exc condo. $10,500. Call
anytime 813-394-5070
VW 2002 JEITA GLS TDI,
Black on Black leather,
loaded,5 spd, 50 mi. per
gallonb 32K mi. Asking
14,50.813-663-0372
VW 2002 PASSAT GLS,
Ithr, snrf, Silver metallic,
42K mi, clean, no smok-
ing/pets $14,995 obo
813-831-8213/641-2552
VW 2003 JETTA TDI 32,000
mi, Red, Sedan, 5 Speed
2 WD, 4Cyl. $13,900, CD,
Sunroof, Diesel, 620
miles per tank! Must
Sell! (813)719-0090
$S500 Police Impounds.
Hondas, Chews, Toyo-
tas etc. from $500.
For listing 800-749-8167,
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