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NEWS




Residents along Sam
Allen Road want
more improvements
to the street than the
county is planning.
PAGE 3


DIGEST

Tractor-pulled trams
won't be rolling along
at the Strawberry
Festival this year.
PAGE 4

.. .. .. .


The hustle and
bustle of New York
a reminder of the
activity at the
Strawberry Festival.
PAGE 9


INDEX

CALENDAR
PAGE 3

CLASSIFIED
PAGE 25

CROSSWORD
PAGE 24


FAMILY LIVING
PAGE 8


SPORTS
PAGE 22

WORSHIP
PAGE 11


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FEBRUARY 24, 2005 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


FL 32i -2048


Fire Devastates City Block

5 BUSINESSES SUFFER


LIKELY TOTAL LOSS
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Angel Lockett and her boy-
friend, Mark Simpson, talked
about investing in protection
for Simpson's electronics
store, Mark Electronics, that
the couple ran together.
"He kept saying, 'I need fire
insurance,' and I said I know,
but we just didn't have the
money," Lockett said.
On Monday night, flames
engulfed the shop at 104 E. Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.,
destroying it along with four
other businesses on the block
at King and Collins Street.
"I don't want to look at it,"
Lockett said Tuesday morn-
ing, standing on the sidewalk
across from the shop as it
smoldered and she trembled
and tried to hold back tears.
The couple lost thousands of
dollars worth of equipment,
plus customers' items that
had been left for repair.
"(Mark) spent .a long time
building that business up."
No one was injured in-the,
blaze. Fire officials believe the
fire originated in the electron-
ics shop but couldn't confirm
that or the cause of the blaze
as of The Courier's deadline
midday Tuesday.
The entire Plant City Fire
Rescue Department, along
with units from Hillsborough
County and the cities of
Tampa and Lakeland
responded to the blaze. Plant
City received the call at 9:47
p.m. about a fire in the
electronics shop and the first
unit arrived on scene just a
few minutes later, said Chief
Bill Bowers.
Firefighters tried to take
what Bowers called an
"aggressive" approach to the
blaze, but were quickly forced
out of the building and off the
roof, where firefighters were
attempting to make cuts in the
roof to keep the blaze from
spreading to the adjoining
businesses.
"The fire got up into the
attic and moved so quickly
See FIRE, Page 12


TONY MARRERO/Staff photos
Plant City Fire Rescue Capt. Henry Smith talks with Angel Lockett, left, on Tuesday morning after a massive
blaze destroyed Mark Electronics at 104 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., a store she helped run with her
boyfriend Mark Simpson. The fire quickly enveloped five businesses on the block at Collins Street and King.
Also shown is Lockett's friend, Dori Lambert.


Antique wares at the Olde Village Shoppes
lay charred after the fire. The store is
expected to be declared a total loss.


Area Affected By Fire

J. Arden Mays Boulevard

N | w- | Businesses Affected
1. Parkside Cafe
2. Whistle Stop Cafe
3Businesses Destroyed
3. Old Village Shops
4. Yesterday's Attic
0 5. DUI Center
.- __ 6. Buzbee Law Office
o0 7. Mark Electronics

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
AMANDA TOMAINI/Graphic


IN THE TRIBUNE
Here's a preview of
what you'll find in
The Tampa Tribune's
Plant City section
Saturday:
From berry
trinkets to
feathered berry
lovers. Come
festivaltime, the
whole town goes
strawberry.


Fort Myers Man Admits Involvement In Double Homicide


ARRESTED AFTER
5-WEEK INVESTIGATION
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The confidence expressed by
Plant City police that they would
find the suspected killer of Dar-
ren and Heather Kaiser was vali-
dated Feb. 21 when a Fort Myers
man confessed to his involve-
ment in the murders to Plant City
detectives.


"This investigation is a long
way from being complete," said
Capt. Darrell Wilson, the supervi-

sor of detectives. "But we.have a
confession from a suspect in the
case. There has been some indi-
cation that there may be another
person involved. And we are
reluctant to give out too much
information as we are looking
into the possibility of another
suspect still at large."
Benjamin James Wibben, 25, of
7110 Eastwood Acres Road, Fort
Myers, is being held in the Lee


County Jail on suspicion of first-
degree murder, armed robbery
and grand theft, Wilson said.
"Wibben has confessed to his
involvement in the murder of
Darren and Heather Kaiser on
Jan. 14, and to being present with
them when the murders
occurred," Wilson said.
Darren Kaiser, 37, and Heather
Kaiser, 26, operated CarSear-
ch4U, a licensed car brokerage
company, out of their home at
1905 N. Gordon St., just south of
Interstate 4. The couple was


found lying on the floor, both
shot to death, Wilson said.
He said the killings took place
just after midnight Jan. 14.
Police were notified Jan. 15 at
1:52 p.m. by a customer visiting
the Kaisers' business that there
was a person dead or severely
injured at the Gordon Street
address.
The police department made
the case its top priority, Chief Bill
McDaniel said, placing eight
See KAISER, Page 18


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CALENDAR

THURSDAY
Poetry reading
Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon
St., will host "Poetry and
Mysticism: The Quest
for the Beloved," a read-
ing of the works of Per-
sian poets, on Feb. 24 at
7p.m.
Two Tampa area
scholars, John S. Hatcher
and Amrollah Hemmat,
who have recently pub-
lished, translated vol-
umes of Persian poetry,
will lead the reading.
The pair will lead a
discussion on the poems
of the mystics after the
reading and will hold -a
book signing.
The event is spon-
sored by the Baha'is of
Hillsborough County
East. Admission is free.
Call: 963-0080 or e-
mail info@hillsb-
oroughcnty.fl.us.bahai.org.

Family night
at Turkey Creek Middle
Turkey Creek Middle
School. 5005 S. Turkey
Creek Road, will hold its
monthly FIT Night, or
"Families Involved
Together," Feb. 24 from
6 to 7 p.m. in the school's
gymnasium.
This month, FIT Night
will feature a health fair.
There will be free glu-
cose and blood pressure
screenings and info
booths from local busi-
nesses and organiza-
tions.
Call: 757-9442.

FRIDAY
Bluegrass,
rockabilly show
Southern Star Blue-
grass band and Buck
Hummer and the Pick-
ups will perform Feb. 25
at 7:30 p.m. at the First
United Methodist
Church's Wesley Centre,

See CALENDAR, Page 21


Residents Want Changes Made To Sam Allen


SEEK TO MAKE IT SAFER
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Sam Allen Road residents
say they have long been con-
cerned about the safety of the
two-lane road.
One night last September
their worst fears were real-
ized.
Meagan Elizabeth Erario,
who lived in one of the subdi-
visions east of State Road 39,
was struck and killed by a trac-
tor-trailer while waiting to
cross the road on foot. Poor
lighting was noted by the
Hillsborough County Sheriffs
Office.
"No lighting would be closer
to the truth," said Don Erick-
son, a resident of The Oaks.
"My wife and I sit out back at
night sometimes and just
watch how crazy the traffic is
on Sam Allen. People don't do
the speed limit. And it is a
wonder how more people are-
n't killed. They need to do
something, and they need to
do it quick."
Residents who live along
the stretch of road between
Paul Buchman Highway (State
Road 39) and North Park Road
are seeking changes to the


Park Road and Sam Allen Road
Proposed Improvements


The county has plans to improve Park and Sam Allen roads in
the next 10 to 15 years, but residents want changes to come
sooner for Sam Allen Road to enhance safety there.


road to make it safer, stich as
lower speed limits and the
addition of turn lanes.
But they are finding it diffi-
cult to influence the decision-
making process.
"We are having a real prob-
lem finding the right people to
talk to," said Paul Flamik, a
representative of several com-


munities that front Sam Allen
Road.
Sam Allen Road is in Hills-
borough County, but the two-
lane thoroughfare is presently
the northern border of Plant
City, and is a part of a Florida
Department of Transportation
road improvement plan that
may or may not take place


during the next 10 to 15 years.
Taken together those factors
make it difficult for residents
to determine who to contact
regarding changes in the
road's design, speed limits or
designation.
The public works depart-
ment for Hillsborough
County, working in coopera-
tion with Plant City officials,
designated Sam Allen and
Park roads as truck routes last
year. That diverted north- and
south-bound truck traffic to
the Sam Allen connection
with Park Road to go east on
Interstate 4 or when going
south, around Plant City, to
connect with State Road 39.
The people who live in the
communities positioned
within a mile of Paul Buch-
man Highway are troubled by
the truck traffic and would
like to see some changes
made.
"The bottom line is that we
don't want Sam Allen to be a
designated truck route," said
Flamik, chairnian of the
Countrywood traffic commit-
tee, representing The Lakes,
The Meadows and The Oaks at
CountryWood. Only the Oaks,
a mix of retired and working

See SAM ALLEN, Page 16


FEB. 26 SHOW PRECEDES

STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL TIME
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Karen Wheeler, Victoria K., Ken McWil-
liams & The Nashville Band, Katie Grain-
ger and the Gospel Truth Quartet are on
the bill for the next Plant City Florida
Opry.
Myrle Henry's Planter Productions will
present the show Feb. 26 at 7 a.m. at the
1914 High School, 605 N. Collins St.
"Karen Wheeler is new to the Florida
Opry," Henry said. "But her history is
deep into country music. Her father was a
member of the Grand Ole Opry, and
Karen has been entertaining country
music audiences for her entire life. She
has been in the movies, on a dozen


Victoria K. Wheeler
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entertainment business with the best
performers, bands and shows. Plant City
will love Karen Wheeler."
Also performing will be Victoria K., a
little dynamo with a huge country voice
and a love for entertaining.


"This is the third year Victoria K. has
been on stage thrilling the country music
fans," Henry said.
"We have had her on stage before and
she is just great to listen to. She knows her
way around the stage, and loves every
second that she is there."
Henry has had successful shows lead-
ing up to the Florida Strawberry Festival,
and he said this show will be no excep-
tion.
"Tell the people to come on out and we
will have a great time," he said.
Tickets for the show can be purchased
for $10 at Family and Friends, Antiques
Collectibles and Art, 1304 S. Collins St.,
Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m., or at the door just prior to show
time, 7 p.m., at the corner of North Evers
and Herring streets.
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PLANT CITY DIGEST


Tractor-pulled

Trams Wont

Roll At Festival
A mainstay of the Florida Straw-
berry Festival will remain parked this
year.
The festival is replacing its signature
tractor-pulled trams with coach buses
to ferry fairgoers from the parking lots
to the gates.
Festival general manager Patsy
Brooks said management decided to
try the buses this year to see how they
work and that the change is not
necessarily a permanent one.
"We looked at the cost factor, and
we looked at the weather factor,"
Brooks said.
The open-air trams, which the
festival owns, will be replaced with six
rented tour buses, complete with air
conditioning and heat. There still will
be volunteer hostesses assigned to
each bus.
Brooks said the festival would save
money overall when factoring in the
cost of fuel for the tractors, hiring
drivers, insurance and upkeep of the
trams. With the bus rental, everything
is included.
As important, she said, patrons will
stay dry and cool or warm, depending
on the weather. The trams also were a
"rough ride," and the buses will be
more comfortable for patrons, Brooks
said.
The trams required two hostesses
per tram, the buses will only need one.
Brooks said the volunteers who still
want to serve would be absorbed into
other areas of service.
There has been a mixed reaction to
the change, Brooks said. Some
expressed excitement about being
protected from Mother Nature's
fickleness, whether it be soaring or
plunging temperatures or driving rain.
Others have said that the trams are a
big part of the festival's ambiance.
Judy Barta, who supervises tram
volunteers one day each year for her
employer, Sunshine State Federal
Savings and Loan, agreed.
"I think it's going to tak6 a little bit
of the country fair flavor, but we never.
know until we see it happen," Barta
said. I
Marsha Passmore is also a longtime
tram volunteer captain.
"I think everyone is trying to look at
it as a positive, but I think everyone is
concerned about how it's going to
affect the presence the Strawberry
Festival has always had," Passmore
said. "I think people are going to be


Photo courtesy the Florida Strawberry Festival
The Florida Strawberry Festival's tractor-pulled trams will stay in the garage this
year, replaced by luxury coach buses.


surprised we went to this level."
Brooks stressed this year is consid-
ered a trial period.
"We still have the trams and we may
go back to the trams," she said.

Bids On Bachelors

Help Buy College

Education
Before the auction, Jennifer Wil-
liamson put in perspective the money
she might spend on a man. .
"Last year, they went for quite a
bit," said Williamson, recalling her
experience at the American Business-
women Association's first annual Be
My Valentine bachelor auction, where
winning bids climbed to as high as
$800 or more. "That's like two car
payments."
When asked how much she planned
to spend at the second annual event,
Williamson laughed.
"It depends on how excited I get,"
she said.
She would go on to win a 26-year-
old pharmaceutical sales
representative, bidding a good-sized
car payment's worth at $550.
There were plenty of excited women
at the event, held Feb. 4 at the
Ramada Inn, enough to raise more
than $10,000 for the association's
college scholarship fund for young
women at Durant and Plant City high
schools. More than 200 women
attended.


Bachelor Eric Belvin presents a rose to
his highest bidder, Anita D'Alessio-
Pippin, during the American Business
Women Association's second annual Be
My Valentine Bachelor Auction.
The women bid not just on the
man, but on the date he came up with.
Dates ranged from dinner cruises to
an evening at Disney's Animal
Kingdom.
Many in the crowd were married
but came anyway to support the club
through the $30 admission price.
A tray of chocolate covered straw-
berries in hand, 18 bachelors mingled
with potential bidders, then one by
one took to the auction block. Some
sang, many danced, a couple removed
articles of clothing and flirted with
Charleene Closshey, the mistress of
ceremonies.
The highest bid was $600. One
woman Won two bachelors.
Bachelor Peter Bishop participated
in the auction the first time around
and came back this year.


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going up and walking on stage to help
some young lady go to school and
become something, I'll do it," Bishop
said.
"We will definitely do it again," said
association member Jodi Smith, who
helped organize the auction and put
the winning bid on another pharma-
ceutical salesman. "It's for a great
cause."

One Of The

Sweetest
Pageants can get competitive, even
at the "Little Miss" level.
But there is always at least one
contestant that keeps a sunny,
pleasant disposition
no matter how fierce
the competition.
Lacy Saranko was
that girl for the 2005
Little Miss Plant City
S Pageant. Saranko, 10,
was voted Miss
Congeniality from
among the field of 44
contestants.
Saranko The pageant,
organized by the
Junior Woman's Club of Plant City,
was held Feb. 5 at Tomlin Middle
School and serves a fundraiser for the
club's Shoe Project, which provides
shoes to needy schoolchildren.
Saranko, a 10-year-old fourth-
grader at Robinson Elementary, is the
daughter of Mike and Beth Saranko of
Plant City. She was recognized for
being kind and helpful to her fellow
contestants, Beth Saranko said.
It was the first time Lacy competed
in the Little Miss pageant, but she's no
stranger to the stage she took the
title of first maid in the 2004 Florida
Strawberry Festival Junior Royalty
*pageant.
"We're very proud of her," Beth
Saranko said.

Meeting

To Address

Gang Activity
Hillsborough County Sheriff David
Gee is ready to show he's serious
about cracking down on gangs.
"He's really going to devote a lot of
attention to it," said Debbie Carter, a
spokeswoman with the sheriffs office.
Gee and his office will host a town

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LEITERS TO THE EDITOR


Iraqi Elections

Far From

Democratic
With no weapons of mass
destruction found, and 1,500
U.S. soldiers killed, many
republicans claim the recent
"democratic" election justifies
George W. Bush's "Shock and
Awe."
How can anyone say the
election in Iraq was demo-
cratic when many of the Iraqi
people were too afraid or
disillusioned to vote? How
can these die-hard Bush fans
gloat when tens of thousands
of Iraqi Christians in Iraq and
in the United States say they
were not given ballots? Do
they honestly believe the
"benefits" of this "demo-
cratic" election outweigh the
1,500 body bags filled with
our beloved soldiers?
Because the majority of
voters were Shiite Muslims,
the "democratic" election
held in Iraq has empowered
Shiite Muslim clerics who
wish to use Islam as the
guiding principle in writing
the new Iraqi constitution,
forcing Sunni Muslims and
the one million Christians in
Iraq to either follow strict
Islamic rules, be martyred, or
flee their ancestral homeland.
And republicans are saying
the Iraqi election was a
victory for democracy!


Shocking and awful, isn't it?
Debra Renee Moore
Plant City

Is City Ready

For Growth?
Re: "Planners Cite Areas For
Growth," Feb. 10
I read with interest about
the 6,000 new homes
expected to be built within
the next three to four years. I
seriously doubt if Plant City is
ready for these homes as they
impact our services, let alone
the 18,000-plus people who
will move into this area.
Since I know of no industry
moving into this area, I
assume these people will be
living in our area, but working
either in Tampa or Lakeland.
From our one lonely movie
theater that seldom shows first-
run movies, to our single
department store (Bealls), our
school system could not handle
this many students who will
expect a quality education. Our
schools are dangerously
overcrowded now, let alone
what extra thousands will do.
While we need no more dollar
stores, even our grocery stores
are not equipped for this
population explosion.
I believe our city planners
need to actively work toward
expanding our facilities in order
to accommodate all of these
people moving into our city.
Susan Kingsley
Plant City


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A Glimn
The Plant City Opera
House? High society ladies
with their parasols checking
out a train wreck in down-
town? The price of land $10?
Well, it doesn't
exactly sound
like Plant City,
but it is, or I
should say, was.
The East Hills-
borough Histori-
BETTY cal Society has
BEMT just published
BRIGGS "Images of
Columnist America Plant
City,", and it is a
beautifully done
book of vintage photos and
text now available for pur-
chase.
It is more than a who's who
in Plant City. The historical
society, under the leadership
of Shelby Bender, president,
has done an incredible job on
the book you will want to
pass this down to your
children and grandchildren.
And by the way, you know
that picture of the massive
oak tree in front of downtow-
n's Frenchman's Market?
Well, some of us want the old
oak back (we'd settle for any
kind of tree on our downtow-
n's main street).
If you are interested in a
book, call 757-9226 and ask
for Brenda. The 128-page
book is $21.39, which includes
tax.
I'm told the final proof of
the postcard history of our
town is off to the publishers
and should be available in
November at Pioneer Day.


Most of you probably know
by now of the devastating
downtown fire, which


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Sandi Norman, left, resident of the Arts Council of Plant City,
and Susan Kolker, co-chairwoman of the council's recent soiree
featuring Joy Katzen-Guthrie, are shown with the musician at
the event.


destroyed almost an entire
block, including Olde Village
Shoppes and Jim Buzbee's
law office.
Our prayers go to the
Hawthornes and Jim, and
other building owners and
merchants, like Kristi Hen-
dricks and Brian Garrett of the
Parkside Caf6, who have put
their hard work and savings
into building a small-town
business.
As a downtown building
owner, I love to see our
historic downtown renovated,
but not under these circum-
stances. I know everyone
hopes there will swift
rebuilding.


COMMUNITY ROUNDUP

Plant City Entertainment celebrates 25 years
Plant City Entertainment Inc. will present
"25 Years: Putting It Together!" March 18-19 at
8 p.m. and March 20 at 2 p.m. in the audito-
rium of the Plant City campus of Hillsborough
Community College, 1206 N. Park Road.
The production will feature selected songs
from all the musicals presented by the group
during the past 25 years. Where possible, the
original performers are returning to entertain.
General admission is $15 per person and will
include a wine and cheese reception prior to
each performance. Tickets are available at
Hardee's Fashions, 1501 N. Wheeler St., and
will also be sold at the door.
For more ticket information, call Frances
Hardee at 754-4929.

Student art on display
The following Tomlin Middle School stu-
dents will have their art on display at Shaw
Realty, 105 S. Collins St., through the month of
February: Edgar Delgado, Michael Durrance,
Austin England, Stacy Geil, Ashley Hall, Balta-
zar Morales, Andrew Orso, Christian Segale,
Peter Vo and Mauricio Zarsoza.
Call: 757-9400, Ext. 322.

New YMCA offerings
The Plant City Family YMCA offers the fol-
lowing upcoming leagues
Youth basketball: ages 5-7 and 8-12 Cost is
$45 for members, $65 for program member.
Runs March 26 to May 28.
Men's four-on-four basketball: Cost is $35


Stemmers and shortcake
booth workers are needed for
the Strawberry Festival. If you
think you might like to help
the East Hillsborough Histori-
cal Society (you do not have
to be a member) call Betty
Wilson at 752-4514.
Stemmers are allowed to sit
and whistle or gossip while
they work! And at the end of
their shift, booth workers are
allowed to sample their work
(night shift is especially
needed).

See BRIGGS, Page 14


members, $60 program members. Season runs
March 14 through May 2. Cost for team of five is
$160.
Adult dodge ball: for ages 18 and older $17
for member, $34 program members. Season is
March 15 through May 3,
Parent/child tee-ball: for ages 3-4. Season is
March 5 through April 16. Cost is $30 members,
$50 program members.
Coaches, referees and sponsors needed.
Call: Josh, 757-6677.

Auditions
Plant City Entertainment will hold auditions
for its upcoming show, "Lend Me a Tenor"
March 21-24 at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium of
the Plant City campus of Hillsborough Com-
munity College, 1206 N. Park Road.
"Lend Me i Tenor" performances will run at
HCC on May 6-7 and 13-14.

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. The event takes place from 8:30 a.m. to noon
at locations throughout Hillsborough County.
Last year, more than 1,319 volunteers col-
lected 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
See ROUNDUP, Page 14


ENGAGEMENTS

Murphy-Sagraves
Steven and Debbie Sagraves
of Plant City announce the
engagement of their son,
Bradley Christopher, to Kerri
Elizabeth Murphy of
Cleveland, Tenn. She is the
daughter of Charles and Karen
Murphy of Bartlett, Tenn., and
granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Billy Potter of College
Station, Texas, and the late
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Murphy.
The bride-elect is a 2000
graduate of Bartlett High
School and a 2004 graduate of
Lee University in Cleveland,
where she received a bache-
lor's degree in elementary
education. She is employed as
an elementary school teacher.
The prospective groom is
the grandson of Stewart
Sagraves of Boca Raton, and
the late Mary Sagraves, and
Doris Summers of Cleveland
and the late Edward E. Sum-
mers.
He is a 2000 graduate of
Plant City High School and a
2004 graduate of Lee Univer-
sity, where he received a


Billy Garren and Erica Hancock
Hancock-Garren
Joel and Betty Hancock of
Plant City announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Erica Shannon, to Billy
DeWayne Garren.
He is the son of Billy Garren
and Brenda Mitchell, both of
Plant City.
The bride-elect is a 1997


Kerri Murphy and
Bradley Sagraves
bachelor's degree in political
science. He is employed as an
assistant to a judge in the
Bradley County Juvenile
Court.
A March 5 wedding is
planned at First Assembly of
God Church in Codova, Tennm


graduate of Plant City High
School and is employed by the
city of Plant City.
The prospective groom is a
1996 graduate of Plant City
High School and is employed
by Culligan Water.
A March 12 wedding is
planned at Victorian Gardens,
Tampa.


MILESTONES


Gray 80th birthday
The family of Oma Lee Gray
invite family and friends to a
surprise 80th birthday party
on Feb. 26 at 2 p.m. at 116
Orange Bud Way, home of
Oma and her daughter Betty.
Oma Lee was born Feb. 19,
1925, in Cedar Key to Joseph
Jackson and Inzie Matchett
Morrow.
She attended Burney Ele-
mentary School in Plant City
before going to Turkey Creek
Elementary.
She married James L.
"Uncle Pete" Gray on Dec. 27,
1939, at the age of 14. He died
in 1999 after nearly 60 years of
marriage. The couple spent
time in Ogden, Utah; Pensa-
cola, Jacksonville and Warner
Robbins, Ga., while James was
with the civil service.
Oma Lee worked 22 years
for Publix Supermarkets. She
is a member of Countryside
Baptist Church of Dover, and


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Oma Lee Gray
enjoys fellowship with church
members and traveling.
She has two daughters, Car-
olyn and Betty Jean; and two
grandchildren, David and
Daniele Gregorisch.


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FROM NEW YORK



When The City Takes Me Home


I was coming out of the
subway near my apartment in
New York City one recent
February night when I had the
strangest feeling: I sensed the
Florida Strawberry Festival in
the air.
Whether it was the smell of
hot dogs from a nearby stand,
the bright lights against the
night sky or hubbub of
crowds, something about that
night had taken me back to
my hometown fair.
Growing up in Plant City,
the two weeks of the Straw-
berry Festival were among my
favorite of the year. I loved the
feeling of getting lost in a
crowd of people under an
open sky. And that festival
smell a combination of
sugar and salt and Johnson's
Barbecue mixed with the
scent of woodchips and hay.
I remember eating straw-
berry shortcake and elephant
ears anytime of the day or
night. And that all my senses
came alive the minute I
stepped through the fair-
ground gates.
Everything felt creative and
full of possibility. And a part
of me wondered how I could
have that feeling every day of
my life without packing up
and following the midway
carnival workers to the next
town.
On my first trip to NYC at
age 18, I knew I had found it.
Like the contained chaos of
my hometown fair, I felt I
could lose myself in New
York's grid of city streets
without ever really getting
lost. .(NYC is, after all, sur-
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festival grounds, so one can
only go so far.) And then there
is that city smell street
corners thick with the aroma
of warm pretzels, hot dogs
and sugarcoated peanuts.
And the millions of people
who come to NYC from all
over the world to either be a
part of the "exhibition" or as
tourists to sit back and enjoy
the show. When I think of the
performers playing every
afternoon and evening during
the festival, I'm reminded of
Broadway. I'm even tempted
to compare the midway rides
to a few taxis I've taken in
New York.
I realize comparing my
hometown fair to a city the
size of New York is a stretch
and might even sound a little
crazy. And that around this
time each year my perspective
gets a bit distorted anyway
because I'm tired of the
winter weather, homesick for
the Strawberry Festival and in
need of a warm Florida
reprieve.
But, as I stood on the
corner between the subway


and my apartment that night,
it did occur to me that it's not
so far fetched to think those
early impressions of the
Strawberry Festival might
have something to do with
why I sought out city life.
Because, after all, what I
grew up loving about the
festival is a lot of what I love
about living in New York. The
live performances and art
exhibitions, walking around,
shopping, eating, losing
myself in a sea of strangers
and bumping unexpectedly
into friends. And, of course,
that feeling of infinite possi-
bility.
But the greatest correlation
for me is that, like a carnival,
living in NYC can be very
distracting and stimulating
and fun.
At some point, however,
even New Yorkers like to
settle down, as I guess you
could say I have now that I'm
married, have a career, a
mortgage, a dog and a baby
on the way.
And no matter where you
live, life has a way of becom-
ing repetitive and routine. So
when the everyday realities of
life close in on me, it's nice to
know those infinite possibili-
ties are right outside my door
if I want to escape. And, when
that's not enough, that my
hometown festival is really
not so far away.

Rebecca Klein is a former
Strawberry Festival Queen
who sends these monthly
dispatches from New York
City. She can be reached at
rebeccaklein@mindsprin-
g.com.


Antoinina Watkins, M.D.

Obstetrics & Gynecology As-
sociates, which established its
practice specializing in women's
health care in 1988, has an-
nounced that Antoinina Watkins,
M.D., has joined the practice and
is accepting new patients.
Dr. Ignacio Armas, who
founded the practice, noted that
along with him and Dr. Watkins,
Drs. James Baron Jr., Heidi
Arnold, and Catherine Pitt and
nurse-practitioners Linda Zimmer-
man and Melissa Bailey would
continue to work in a progressive
environment of collaboration. Ob-


stetrics & Gynecology Associates
currently has two facilities, one in
Brandon and the other in Plant
City. -
"We are very excited about
Dr. Watkins joining our staff of
physicians," said Dr. Armas. "She
brings with her not just exception-
al personal and professional cre-
dentials and ethics, but the price-
less benefit of community roots
and a dedication to the lives of the
women who live here." This, says
Dr. Armas, enhances the decades
of combined experience already
offered by its team of physicians
and refreshes its 'woman-to
woman' healthcare services.
DEDICATION TO CARE
FOR BIRTH AND BEYOND
Asked about her pursuit of
an OB-GYN specialty, Dr.
Watkins explained that, from her
youth, it has always been her am-
bition to make a real difference
in life for women. "What better
way than through the ability to
offer women an opportunity to be
well through all of life's many


CLUB NOTES

Christian Women
The Christian Women's Club of Plant City will host its
"How Does Your Garden Grow" luncheon March 1 at 11:30
a.m. at Walden Lake Golf and Country Club, 2001 Clubhouse
Drive.
Mary Ellen House, a "former farm girl," will tell how she
"bloomed where she was planted."
Master gardener Darcy Stottlemyer will share tips on culti-
vating year-round color in the garden.
All women welcome.
For reservations or complimentary nursery, call Dorinda,
764-8385, or Dinah, 717-9127.

Retired federal employees
The Strawberry Chapter of the National Association of
Retired and Current Federal Employees will meet March 3 at
1:30 p.m. at the First Baptist Church of Plant City in the sin-
gles ministry building, 103 E. Baker St.
Member Merle Blake will speak on the subject of income
tax filing including the new changes.
Call: chapter president Dick Zeiner, 759-2887.

Turkey Creek Class of '65
The Turkey Creek High School Class of 1965 will host its
40th reunion Sept. 16-18.
Classmates are asked to call Polly (Brown) Fox with their
current address and phone numbers.
Also, those with information on other classmates or who
wish to find out more about the event can call Fox at 727-
6030.

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

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

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


stages?" she asked.
"Childbirth is a miraculous,
exhilarating, life-changing event,
but it's really vital to not let it
override the importance of well-
being beyond that point," ex-
plained Dr. Watkins. "The physi-
cians in this practice (Obstetrics &
Gynecology Associates) deliver
around 1,300 babies every year,
each one of them precious. But
their dedication to a woman's
health neither begins with nor
stops at childbirth," observed Dr.
Watkins. "Enabling their patients
to achieve the best health possible
throughout life, individualizing
care and helping each patient to
pursue the best personal wellness
options is the passion that drew me
to this practice," she stressed. "I
love the collaborative environ-
ment. Really, every patient has the
attention and resources of five
physicians and two female
A.R.N.P.'s...that's a combination
of 65 years' experience. It's very
uplifting."
Born in Tampa, Dr. Watkins is
an honors graduate of the Univer-


sity of Florida who earned her
M.D. at the USF College of Medi-
cine. She did her four-year resi-
dency training in obstetrics and
gynecology at Emory University
in Atlanta where she became Chief
Administrative Resident.
Her professional background
includes many honors designations
as well as participation in research
and volunteer programs. "Medi-
cine is a lifetime commitment; you
never stop searching for better
treatments, better procedures, and
you never stop learning. It's how
we help our patients to grow bet-
ter," Dr. Watkins-emphasized.
Her return to the area, she
says, has brought many rewards.
"Not only am I back to my roots
in the midst of a loving family, I'm
also back to a circle of lifelong
friends who made the same deci-
sion to return home to continue
their careers and give back to the
area that provided their start," she
explained. "Family, friends, and
practicing what I love in America's
best community; life is good."
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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Do er: S. Dover Rd & Downing St,
659-2600

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
.llen (hapel: 1109 1. laura St,
"52-'389
IoumnI Olive: 1113 I9 I ladison St
Mount Olive: Horlon Rd.
'3"-2628

APOSTOLIC
Asamblea Apostolica:
1501 Colson Rd, 737-3496
Apostolic Church
ofJesus Christ:
1212 W Reynolds. 477-5130

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd,
Lithia, 685-4240
Bethany: 9804 Harney Rd,
Thonotosassa, 986-5771
Calvary Fellowship:
1110 N. Gordon St, 752-5005
Dover First: SR 574 & Pettie Rd,
689-0343
Faith Temple: 1-4 at Hillsborough-
Polk County Line, 752-0532
Faith Lighthouse:
3409 SR 39 N. 752-1885
First Plant City:
Charlie Griffin Rd,
W of SR 39 S, 752-3351
Fort Alafta: Corner of South Hiy. 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
Alafia Baptist:
222 Alafia Church Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd, 737-3240
Berea: SR39 S, 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, 752-7209
First Baptist Lithia:
Intersection of SR 39 &
Lithia-Pinecrest Rd, 737-1121
First Plant City:
503 N. Palmer, 752-4104
First Thonotosassa Missionary:
McIntosbhRd, 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 Moriab 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
Northbside:
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 Baptist Church:
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 GranfleldAve,
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:
McintoshRd, NofSR 574

CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New 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)
Kingstway 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 forJesus 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, "54-3843
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,
754-2674
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St, 659-2624
YToman's Praise and Worship
Center: U.S. 92 E
ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Ukrainian 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 Hwy 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
(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
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754-35C1
WORSHIP HOURS
8:00 am Chapel Communion
Service
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In The Wesley Centre
10:00 am Sunday School
(Children Adult)
11:00 am Traditional Worship In
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Dr. Alan L. Beaver
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Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors
www.fumcplantcity.org


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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, which includes a copy of
the text.
Call: 719-2424.

'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, which is sponsored
by Somebody Cares Plant City,
is held during Lent and is
meant as a preparation for the
Easter season.
.Prayer issues include
divorce, drugs, teen preg-
nancy, racial harmony and
Plant City prosperity.
A different area pastor will
lead the prayer each week. The
schedule includes: the Rev.
Melvin Rodriguez of New
Jerusalem Church, Feb. 25; the
Rev. Don Mason of Evangeli-
cal- Presbyterian 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: the Rev. Norm Blan-
ton, director of Somebody
Cares, at 752-4671.

Salem Primitive Baptist
Salem Primitive Baptist
Church, 14402 Salem Church
Road, now meets once a week,
every Sunday at 10 a.m. The
Rev. John T. Lewis leads the
service. Everyone is welcome.

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.

Installation service
Faith Lighthouse Church,
3409 Paul Buchman Highway,
will host an installation service
for the Rev. James Stewart
Feb. 27 at 10:30 a.m.
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Barefoot
Edgar E. Barefoot, 64, of Plant City died Feb.
11.
He was born in Boone, N.C., and came here
in 1963.
He was a welder and attended Dover Church
of Christ.
He is survived by two daughters, Donna
Scholfield and Lynn Roche, both of Plant City;
and four grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Barton
Ann Farkas Barton, 84, of Plant City died Feb.
17.
She was born in Trenton, N.J., and was a
longtime resident of this area.
She was a seamstress and served in the U.S.
Army as part of the Military Reference Team,
making tips for aircraft wings.
She is survived by her brother, George Farkas
Sr. of Plant City; a sister-in-law, Mary Farkas;
two nieces, Christine Stidd and Mary Ann
Fussell; two nephews, George Farkas and Louis
Farkas; and many great- and great-great nieces
and nephews.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Crosby (Harrell)
Birma 0. Crosby (Harrell), 86, of Plant City
died Feb. 15.
She was born in Bainbridge, Ga., and came
to Florida from there in 1924.
She was a homemaker and a member of
Dover Advent Christian Church.
She is survived by two daughters, Janet Mar-


scee of Oviedo and Dianna Crosby of Memphis,
Tenn.; a son, Albert "Buzz" Crosby Jr. of Ger-
mantown, Ky.; seven grandchildren; .and five
great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Harrell
Herbert M. Harrell, 50, of Wimauma died
Feb. 8.
He was born in Plant City and was a lifelong
resident of the area.
He worked for Hillsborough County.
He is survived by his parents, Herbert and Jo
of Wimauma; two brothers, Terry L. and Stan-
ley K., both of Wimauma; and a nephew, Timo-
thyW.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Frier
Ralph T. Frier, 65, of Plant City died Feb. 11.
He was born in Jennings and came here as a
child.
He served in the U.S. Army Reserve and was
a nursery laborer and a Protestant.
He is survived by three sons, Roy L. of Dover,
and William C. and Allen Pryor, both of Lake
City; four daughters, Juanita Frantz of Plant
City, Sue Ann Goad of Lake City, Bobbie Jo of
Dover and Penny M. Winslow of Thonotosassa;
a brother, Terry D. of Plant City; five sisters,
Mary N. Adams of Bakersfield,. Calif.; Betty J.
Mathews of Dover, Helen F. Pharise of Mari-
anna and Carolyn L. and Joyce A., both of Plant
City; 19 grandchildren; and two great-grand-
children.
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Plant City Fire Rescue Chief Bill Bowers, left, and driver/
engineer Steve Givens survey Mark Electronics, where officials
believe the fire started Monday night around 9:40 p.m.


FIRE
Continued From Page 1
conditions became unsafe,"
Bowers said.
Instead, firefighters were
forced to take a defensive
stance, fighting the fire from
the outside only for more than
five hours before it was con-
tained, Bowers said. Crews
dodged falling bricks as the
facade of the building
crumbled.
Because the building fea-
tured a shared attic and
wooden walls separating the
businesses, the fire spread
quickly to the north, tearing
through the DUI Counter
Attack Center at 112 S. Collins,
the office of attorney James
Buzbee at 114 S. Collins, Yes-
terday's Attic antique shop at
110 S. Collins and the Olde
Village Shoppes at 108 S.
Collins.
Another business, the Park-
Side Cafe on J. Arden Mays
Boulevard, which backs up to
the electronic shop, sustained
damage to its kitchen and rear
portion of the restaurant. Fire-
fighters were able to contain
the blaze before it spread to
The Whistle Stop Caf6, which
is next to the Olde Village
Shoppes, at the corner of J.
Arden Mays and Collins
Street.
Onlookers gathered on the
street Monday night as flames
lit up the sky. It was a tense
time for Whistle Stop owner
Jerry Lofstrom as the flames
spread toward his business.
"There was a point where
we were watching and won-
dering who was going to win
this fight, the fire or the fire-
fighters," Lofstrom said Tues--
day morning, adding that
when he first arrived at the
scene, a fire official told Lofs-
trom they were concerned the
whole building might be lost.
"That was chilling."
Chief George Shiley praised
his crew for doing their best
under the circumstances.
"They did a great job," he
said. "Old buildings are one of
the most difficult fires you can
be faced with."

'A hole in downtown'
As a thick fog lifted, min-
gling with smoke from the
still-smoldering blaze, more
onlookers took to the side-
walks Tuesday morning,
pointing cameras and cam-


corders at the devastation.
City Manager David Sollen-
berger was one of several city
officials who came to survey
the damage. -
"It's a big hole in down-
town," he said.
There was no estimate of
damages at presstime, but
considering the extent of the
damage to the structure and
the inventory and contents of
five businesses, it's likely to be
in the millions, officials said.
The Olde Village Shoppes
was a massive store that
housed Grimes Jewelers and
several other vendors and
consignment sellers who
leased space from owners
Vicki and David Hawthorne.
Vicki Hawthorne was out of
town Monday night and sur-
veyed the damage Tuesday
morning.
"I'm thankful no one was
injured, and I'm thankful I was
out of town so I didn't actually
see it burn," Hawthorne said.
Hawthorne said it was par-
ticularly difficult to see the
business destroyed because it
was the first venture the
couple undertook when they
moved to Plant City. She said
they plan to rebuild and are
considering following a model
that has worked for them in
other parts of downtown, with
retail on the ground floor and
residential above it.
Lofstrom, who sold the
building to the Hawthornes,
said he hopes the rebirth
comes quickly.
"It's not so much a financial
matter, but we want to show
that downtown can bounce
back," Lofstrom said.
Workers showed up to help
clean the Whistle Stop Tues-
day morning. The caf6 will be
open today, Feb. 24.
"(At) 10:30 a.m., sharp. We'll
be here," Lofstrom said.
For "Kink" Yancey, who sur-
veyed the damage Tuesday,
the blaze was yet one more
added to the list of downtown
fires that he's seen in his life-
time. He recalled fondly
spending time in the building,
which once housed a five-
and-dime store he would fre-
quent.
"I'm sad to see it- fall,
because it's been here for as
long as I can remember and
I'm 85 years old," Yancey said.


Plant City Fire Rescue chiefs Gene Shuler, left, and Bill Bowers look over the damage from Collins
Street while a firefighter douses the smoldering rubble.


Photo courtesy Jerry Lofstrom
Above, firefighters from Plant
City, Hillsborough County and
the cities of Lakeland and
Tampa battle the blaze
Monday night in this photo
taken with an infrared camera
by Whistle Stop Cafe owner
Jerry Lofstrom. It took more
than three hours to get the
fire under control, officials
said. At left, Plant City Fire
Rescue firefighters check for
hot spots at Yesterday's Attic
Tuesday morning.


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Police Chiefs Brother Found Dead After Epileptic Seizure


LIVED IN
NORTH CAROLINA
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Police Chief Bill McDaniel
has been waiting since Jan. 15
to announce that his depart-
ment had enough evidence to
make an arrest in the double
homicide of Darren and
Heather Kaiser.
But only 45 minutes after
being notified Monday night
by the sergeant of detectives,
Jim Shultz, that a confession
was made in the case and that
a search was under way for
another suspect in Southwest
Florida, McDaniel received a
frantic call from his mother in
Beech Mountain, N.C.
McDaniel's youngest
brother, Sean, 27, had been
found collapsed in the bath-
room of the home he shared
with his mother. McDaniel


suspects his brother, who suf-
fered with epilepsy, had a sei-
zure while alone in the house,
and suffocated.
"This is the worst turn of
events, from the most
satisfying high, to the most
tragic low that I have ever had
to face," McDaniel said.
McDaniel, who said he was
looking forward to standing
proudly with his department
when the murders were
solved, instead began the
drive to North Carolina with a
second brother, Robert, and
his father, Bill Sr., to be with
his mother and to offer his
comfort and support.
The Kaisers were found
murdered Jan. 15 in their Gor-
don Street business office by a
client who was there to pick
up a vehicle. The couple ran a
car search business, CarSear-
ch4U, which they used to
locate new and used cars for
Internet customers. Plant City
detectives said the two were


"This is the worst turn of events,

from the most satisfying high, to

the most tragic low that I have

ever had to face."
BILL McDANIEL
Plant City police chief .


killed just after midnight Jan.
14.
In connection to the case,
police have arrested Benjamin
James Wibben, 25, of 7110
Eastwood Acres Road, Fort
Myers. According to Capt.
Darrell Wilson, McDaniel was
notified by detectives Monday
night about 7 of Wibben's
confession.
McDaniel now finds himself
denied the satisfaction of cele-
brating the completed murder
investigation by his own unex-
pected tragedy.
"Sean has had an acute


form of epilepsy since birth,"
McDaniel said. "Prior to his
being treated with a very
effective drug, he had strong
and frequent seizures that
were frightening to see. But for
years he has responded well to
medication and his seizures
were very controllable. This
turn of events is a shock to us
all."
McDaniel said Sean was
allowed to drive a car, had
held several jobs, although his
affliction limited his employ-
ment. He was an avid history
buff.


McDaniel's mother, Carol
Perlaza, found Sean slumped
over on the- bathroom floor
after returning from a brief
trip. An emergency medical
team was called and declared
Sean dead at the scene.
"She is devastated," McDa-
niel said. "We need to be with
her,"
Capt. John Borders will run
the department, conferring
with McDaniel over the phone
while the chief remains out of
town.
It will be Borders responsi-
bility to direct news confer-
ences, face the media and lay
out the facts surrounding the
investigation and subsequent
arrest of Wibben.
"We have been looking for-
ward to this day for over a
month," McDaniel said. "Opr
detectives have done a tre-
mendous job. I am very proud
of their efforts. My personal
congratulations will just have
to wait."


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and the youth group meet at 6:
45 p.m. Adult choir practice
begins at 7:30 p.m. There is a
small charge for dinner. Res-
ervations for dinner are pre-
ferred but not required.
Call: 752-4211.

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You may feel fine. Hypertension can damage
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(injury to brain cells) or a heart attack. That is
why high blood pressure is sometimes called
the "silent killer". Normal blood pressure
averages 120/80 (120 over 80) but can vary
with exercise. Blood pressure is measured in
millimeters of mercury. The upper number
is the pressure at the end of the heartbeat
(systolic pressure) and the lower number is
the pressure at the beginning of the heartbeat
diastolicc pressure). Hypertension is generally
defined by a pressure persisting higher than
140/90.
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Stress, being overweight, too much salt in
your diet and smoking are risk factors. Your
age, gender and heredity can put you at risk
for developing high blood pressure.
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easily be done at a routine healthcare visit at a
doctor's office or at many stores that have the
equipment to measure your blood pressure.
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Medications are commonly used but some
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It was a beautiful day on
Lake Nellie a few weeks ago
not just for the Sparkman and
Lott families.
I'm told other Plant Citians,
who have lakeside homes


there in Clermont, got to
experience the wonder and
chaos of Hollywood the
Simmons, Boggs, Gutowski,
Ballards, Poppell, Vernon,
Baker, Rollyson, Howard,'
Woodal, Keene, Newsome,
Tindels and I probably have


SI*D"Der


left out a few!
One nervous man kept
pacing about until finally
someone asked if he was
waiting on the star, Richard
Gere, or was he part of the
production crew. No, but it
was his canoe from 1885 that


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was being used for the
Japanese commercial. Gere,
an international traveler, did
tell Sheryl Boggs what a
beautiful and quiet place Lake
Nellie was.
Some were glad, however,
to see the three large motor
coaches, caterers, semi-
trucks, lights, cameras and
bodyguards pack up and
leave.
After all, the quiet neigh-
borhood is the reason they go
there in the first place.


Not to be outdone, the Arts
Council of Plant City had a
beautiful evening at Dr. John
and Sally Verner's historic
home in Plant City last
weekend.
The soiree, attended by 36
music lovers, were properly
impressed by the talent of Joy
Katzen-Guthrie, lyricist,
composer and pianist, and
the champagne and desserts
were to-die-for! Oh, the soiree
derrieres!


But everyone agreed, it was
all too good and should be
repeated.
The arts council will
sponsor another musical in
April at the Red Rose Dining
Room. Details forthcoming.


I see (and hear, since we are
neighbors) that Sally and John
Verner are enjoying a visit
from their Connecticut
grandchildren, son Jamie's
three "rug rats" he calls them.
Course, I'd call them over-
the-hill rug rats as they have
graduated from knees to
skateboards! And they are
doing exactly what proper
Northerners do when they
come to Florida no matter
what the temperature, they
are swimming as often as. they
can.
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scheduled a number of adult,
infant and child CPR, first aid,
HIV/AIDS awareness- and
babysitting courses at The
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Tilman Park Place, in the
Walden Woods Business Park.
The Red Cross is also offer-
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Music, arts school
First Baptist Church School
of Music and Arts is now
accepting enrollment for its
spring semester.
The school offers private
lessons in piano, strings,
voice, guitar, drums, wood-
winds and brass.
There also is a group drama
class that will present the play
"All the World's a Stage" under
the direction of Trevor
Thomas.
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SAM ALLEN
Continued From Page 3
families, is located within the
city limits, south of Sam Allen
Road. The others, including a
brand new development, the
Arbors at CountryWood, are
all in the county, on the north
side of the road.
"We don't want a 50 mph
speed limit allowing cars and
trucks to go racing through
our residential neighbor-
hood," Flamik said.
He said the county points to
the city, the city points to the
county and they both look to
the state for funding.
"Sam Allen is a county road
and was designated as such by
the board of county commis-
sioners," said Plant City Attor-
ney Ken Buchman. "The
county has jurisdiction."
"It is a county road," reiter-
ated Plant City Manager David
Sollenberger.
"(Residents) need to talk to
the members of the county
commission. Only the county
or the state can make improve-
ments to Sam Allen, regarding
the widening or turn lanes."
Sollenberger sees no alter-
native to the Sam Allen truck
route at this time.
"We can't have large trucks
driving through town on
Wheeler Street unless they
have a delivery in that area,"''


Sollenberger said. "We can't
have large trucks trying to
move through downtown. But
I will see what the police
department can do about pro-
viding more effective speed
control."
Bill McCall, a planning
manager for the county, said
that if Plant City wants to
make changes on Sam Allen
Road, and will commit money
to the project, 'the county
would be a partner to it.
"It is the city that wants Sam
Allen as a truck route," McCall
said. "The city wants to keep
all truck traffic out of the
downtown areas. And, while
my department is not respon-
sible for traffic, it is my under-
standing that the numbers
associated with Sam Allen
Road do not support turn
lanes or a slower speed limit."
McCall said traffic volume,
road construction, reported
accidents and fatalities are all
used to determine speed
limits, the need for traffic
lights and turn lanes.
"The experts look at the
numbers, and then the priori-
tize the ones that need to be
worked first. I don't know.
where Sam Allen is on the list,
but it is nowhere near the
top," McCall said.


"We want to get rid of the truck

route and protect the safety of

the residents living on this road."
PAUL FLAMIK
Community representative


Added lighting planned
The county has responded
to Flamik about improving the
lighting along the 1.2-mile
stretch of road from Park Road
to Paul Buchman.
Robert Gordon, the county
public works director,, wrote
to Flamik in January and said
an analysis of the lighting on
Sam Allen shows that the
addition of street lights
appears to be justified in that
area.
"Tampa Electric Co. has
been requested-to provide a
lighting design to add street
lights to the intersection of
Sam Allen at Country Mead-
ows Boulevard," Gordon
wrote.
He expects the lighting
design to take about 30 days.
Construction should take
about 12 weeks with comple-
tion sometime in April. or
May.
"Lighting is only a piece of


the puzzle," Flamik said. "We
want to get rid of the truck
route and protect the safety of.
the residents living on this
road."
Concerns such as Flamik's
and Erickson's were voiced at
a public meeting last month
hosted by the Florida Depart-
ment of Transportation at the
Meadows Community Center.
The purpose of the meeting
was to solicit comment on the
plans to widen Park Road to
four lanes and the planned
connection with Park Road
and Paul Buchman Highway.
The state provided charts
depicting several alternatives
to the plans.
One had a curved intersec-
tion at Sam Allen and Park
Road; another had a more
conventional intersection,
with traffic controlled by a
stop sign or traffic signals.
With the four-lane improve-
ment turn lanes would be pro-


vided for motorists looking to
enter communities on the
north side of Sam Allen when
approaching from the east or
the west. The intersection
possibilities at the Paul Buch-
man and Sam Allen intersec-
tion included a longer turn
lane coming south from Zeph-
yrhills.
The problem for most resi-
dents was that the project is
unfunded and not expected to
be built for 10 or 15 years.
Most of the residents
attending were not critical of
the long-range plans regard-
ing the widening project. But
many of them wanted answers
to some questions that DOT
representatives were unable
to answer.
Nico Weirsman, a resident
in The Oaks, agreed with Fla-
mik.
"We are looking for a
removal of Sam Allen as a
truck route," Weirsman said.
"We want the speed limit
reduced to 40 mph. We want
turn lanes but no widening to
four lanes. And we want better
street lighting."
Residents' comments and
questions were taken by state
and Hillsborough County rep-
resentatives but no immediate
answers were offered.






FEBRUARY 24, 2005 THE COURIER 17


Perez


Returns To


Cougar Den

FORMER PRINCIPAL

GETS TOP RANKING
By LINDA CHION KENNEY
Ichion@mediageneral.com -
Joe Perez, who vowed when
he left Durant High School to
remain always a Cougar, was
back in the fold last week to
receive an award for. being
named the
top high
Ss c h o o
principal in a
S .. survey of
county teach-
ers.
"This is
probably the
highest
professional
Perez honor I've
ever received
as a principal and it came
from the people I worked for,"
Perez said. "Nothing can be
more special than that."
Perez was replaced this year
by Pamela Bowden after he
was appointed the district's
personnel services manager.
He was at the school when it
reopened in August for the
new school year, though, to
recognize the 60 members of
the charter staff who still work
there. Durant this year is cele-
brating its 10th year anniver-
sary.
"I miss the interaction with
the students and with the fac-
ulty," Perez said last Thursday
in the school's media center.
"You can't work intimately
with people for five years, like
we did here, and not miss
them when you move on."
Perez received his -award
from Jean Clements, president
of the Hillsborough County
Classroom Teachers Associa-
tion. The CAT each year sur-
veys county teachers to find
the top principals.
"He came out with the high-
est score of any senior high
school principal in the
county," Clements said.
Perez received his award at
a small reception organized by
Durant's senior CTA
representative, Sabrina Gates.
As a teacher, she helped open
Durant under principal Ron
Frost, and she remembers her
first days on the site "walking
the orange groves before the
school was built."
She had worked with Frost
at East Bay High and Turkey
Creek Middle before his
appointment to Durant.
"He shaped my life profes-
sionally, how I feel about my
kids," Gates said of Frost. "I do
feel like the lessons he taught
me were lessons well worth
teaching someone else."
Frost died from cancer
during the second year of
Durant's existence. He was
replaced temporarily by Sher-
rie Sikes, before she was
tapped to become an area
director. She was succeeded
by Perez, who zealously main-
tained the tradition of nurtur-
ing established by Frost at
Durant.
"His angle was, 'This is the
most incredible foundation,
this is the rock on which to
build. Let's go from here,'"
Gates said of Perez.


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Registration required.

March 9 & 10, 9am-1pm
April20 & 21, 9am-1pm
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Childbirth Preparation
Program
This six-week course prepares you
and your partner for all phases of
labor and delivery. It covers emotional
issues, relaxation and breathing
exercises, and feeding and caring
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KAISER


Continued From Page 1
detectives on the case, as well
as a forensic investigator.
A break came when mem-
bers of the Fort Myers Police
Department reported that
Wibben was attempting to
register a vehicle Plant City
police had reported missing
from the Kaisers' inventory.
Plant City police had not made
public that any vehicles or
property had been removed
from the home or business.
"We notified all police agen-
cies to be on the lookout for
the missing 'inventory," said,
Plant City Capt. John Borders,
who is in charge of the depart-
ment while Chief Bill McDa-
niel is out of town due to the
death of his brother Sean.
Detective Tray Towles and
Sgt. Jim Shultz went to Lee
County to interview Wibben
during the week of Feb. 13,
Wilson said.
"We questioned Wibben
and got his story about his
movements in and around
Plant City during the time of
the murders," Wilson said.
"After checking on his story
and putting some things
together we sent another
group to Fort Myers to inter-
view the suspect."
Shultz and Towles were
joined by detectives Matt Law-
son and Jay Best on the Feb. 21
trip to question Wibben, Wil-
son said.
"Wibben was a prospective
customer at the Kaiser's car
search business," Wilson said.
"Based on what we were told
by the suspect his statement is
consistent with evidence


Special to The Courier
Authorities tracked down a suspect in the slaying of Darren and
Heather Kaiser, above, when he tried to register a car missing
from the inventory of the couple's car brokerage business.


found at the scene."
Wilson said that some state-
ments made by Wibben relat-
ing to another suspect have
not been verified.
-More information may be
forthcoming. Wibben will be
transported to the Hills-


borough County jail system
sometime this week, Wilson
said.
Relatives of Darren and
Heather Kaiser were notified
Feb. 22 that a suspect had
confessed and has been
arrested in the case.


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Plant City Police Department Capt. Darrell Wilson, left, and
Detective Matt Lawson look over the file in the Kaiser case.


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hall meeting on gang activity
March 2 at 6:30 p.m. at
Durant High School, 4748
Cougar Path. The forum will
give the community a chance
to provide information and
ask questions about gang
.activity in their neighbor-
hood, Carter said.
An expert on gangs also will
speak, and among other
things will address what
parents should look for if
concerned their children may
be involved in a gang.
Gang activity has increased
in Plant City and surrounding
areas in the county such as


Dover. Plant City Police Chief
Bill McDaniel has said his
department is stepping up
efforts to quash it and also
has asked the community to
report activity.
For more information on
the town hall meeting, call the
sheriffs office at 247-8000.

Marshaling
Exemplary Youth.
The Plant City Civitan Club
prides itself on recognizing
outstanding young men and
women who will be the


Hall Welsh
leaders of tomorrow.
Next month, Plant City
High School students Justin
Hall and Jill Welsh will get a
chance to lead youngsters,
literally, when they act as


parade marshals for the
Florida Strawberry Festival's
annual Youth Parade, slated
for March 5 at 11 a.m. .
"In all my experience, I've -
never seen two kids who've
done so much," said Civitan
member James Jones.
"They're just two great people
and I'm proud to be on the
committee that selected
them."
Welsh is a senior, with a
5.89 GPA. She is president of
the National Honor Society
and vice president of the
Student Council, and a
member of the Leo Club, the


Senior Executive Council, and
serves as state president of
the Technology Student
Association.
Some of her community
service includes work with the
Best Buddies Mentor Program
and the annual Multiple
Sclerosis Walk. She plans to
attend the University of
Florida to major in psychol-
ogy and education with a
minor in American Sign.
Language.
Hall also is a senior, with a
5.8 GPA. He is treasurer of the
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The women of the South Florida Baptist Hospital Auxiliary,
including Eleanor Poppell, left, Nancy Clark and Elizabeth
Edwards, are excited about the renovations at the hospital's gift
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National Honor Society, a
member of the Key Club,
Science Club and the Senior
Executive Council. He serves
as treasurer for the Best
Buddies program and plays
varsity golf, receiving several
awards for his performance.
He also is a member of the
track and field team.
The Youth Parade begins at
Alexander Street and Martin
Luther King, Jr. Boulevard,
heading north on Alexander,
then west on Reynolds Street.
The procession continues
along Reynolds to the festival
grounds, then will continue
west on Reynolds to the area
between Cassell and Violet
streets.

Festival Parade
Fly Over
The roar of jet planes may
help kick off the Florida
Strawberry Festival grand
parade and a Plant City High
graduate could be at the
controls:
The festival's general
manager, Patsy Brooks, is
working with U.S. Air Force
Maj. Eddie Altizer to
coordinate a fly over just
before the parade slated for
March 7 at 1 p.m.
"We're real excited about
it," Brooks said. "Everybody's
working hard to get it done."
Altizer is a 1978 graduate of
Plant City High School who
entered the Air Force after
completing the ROTC pro-
gram at the University of
South Florida. He is now a
flight instructor stationed at
Columbus Air Force Base in
Mississippi.
Altizer couldn't be reached
for comment, but his father,
John, said he wasn't surprised
to hear that the parade fly
over was in the works. The
younger Altizer has done
similar fly overs at Mississippi
State University football
games, his father said.
"He always thought it
would kind of neat to some-
thing like that'over his
hometown," John Altizer said.

Gift Shop Gets
Makeover
The women of the South
Florida Baptist Hospital


Auxiliary who run the hospi-
tal's gift shop are getting a lot
of surprised reactions lately,
such as the exclamation from
customer Betty Sansing.
"Oh, gee, they've redone
this," Sansing said as she
walked in to do some brows-
ing recently. "It looks great. It
was a nice gift shop before
but it seems so much roomier
now."
The gift shop, now called
Gifts, Etc., underwent a total,
"floor to ceiling" renovation
recently and re-opened a few
weeks ago. Though the square
footage of the shop hasn't
changed, it feels much more
spacious because of new
display cases and stands that
give the space some breathing
room, said volunteer Nancy
Clark.
"We wanted to make sure
people in wheelchairs have
access," Clark said. "That was
something we did not have
before."
One big plus is the store is
now equipped to accept
credit.card purchases. The
shop even has music piped in
through speakers in the
ceiling.
The shop has worked to
bring up its inventory level
and gets new items on a
weekly basis, Clark said.
There is the typical gift shop
fare, such as stuffed animals,
balloons and cards. But there
also are more unique items,
including figurines, dolls and
cutlery. There is a section
dedicated to all things
strawberry, from lamps to
pillows.
The proceeds from the
store are donated toward
programs at the hospital. In
2004, the shop brought in
about $20,000, which is down
from a typical year's take
because the shop was closed
for two months during
renovations. The auxiliary
also donates money from
book fairs, art sales and other
functions. It raised $12,000
last year.
Clark said she hopes Plant
City shoppers will begin to
consider the gift shop a place
to check out even when
they're not visiting someone
in the hospital.
"We want to become a
destination," she said.
Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Monday through Saturday,
and 1 to 4:30 p.m. on Sunday.


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303 Evers St.
Tickets are $7 advance, $10
at the door for the general
admission show. Advance
tickets can be purchased at
Dove Music Center, 605 E.
Reynolds St. Call: 752-0927.

SATURDAY
PCHS Boosters
plan golf tourney
The Plant City High School
Athletic Booster Club will
sponsor its annual golf tour-
nament Feb. 26 at the Plant
City Golf Club, 3102 Coronet
Road. Proceeds will benefit
the athletic program at PCHS.
The four-person scramble
will have a noon shotgun start.
Entry fee is $50.
Call: Todd Long, 757-9370,
Ext. 281.

Fish fry benefit
Springhead Baptist Church,
3106 S. Wiggins Road, plans a
fish fry benefit Feb. 26 from 4
to 7 p.m. Adults $6, children
$4, take outs available. Pro-
ceeds will benefit the installa-
tion of a fire alarm system.
Call: 752-4879.

Spaghetti dinner
Lord of Life Lutheran
Church, 2104 Mud Lake Road,
will host a spaghetti dinner
Feb. 25 from 5 to 7:30 p.m.
Dinner includes pasta with
marinara or meatball sauce,
tossed salad, garlic or white
bread, beverage and a dessert
Price is $6 per person. Eat-
in or take-out available.
Call: 752-6064.

SUNDAY
South Dakota picnic
The 53rd annual South
Dakota Picnic will take place
Feb. 27 at 1 p.m. at the Plant-
een Recreation Center, 301
Dort St. Bring a covered dish
or dessert to share.
Call: June Clark, (863) 646-
1131.

MONDAY
Retirement party
SouthTrust Bank, 202 S.


Wheeler St., will host a drop-
in retirement party for Terry
Ballard Feb. 28 from 9 a.m. to
noon. Call: 752-2112.

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.
The next meeting will be
Feb. 28.

TUESDAY
Headstart Round-up
Wilson Elementary School
plans a Headstart Round-up
March 1 from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.
in the school's cafeteria, 702
W. English St. Bring your
child's birth certificate, Social
Security card and proof of
income. Call: 757-9307..

WEDNESDAY
Outstanding
Citizen of the Year
The 46th annual Outstand-
ing Citizen of the Year will be
held March 2 at the Ramada
Inn Plantation House Con-
vention Center, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Annually, this pro-
gram honors a Plant City resi-
dent who has provided
significant and outstanding
civic service over a long period
of time.
Buffet lunch will be served
at 11:30 a.m. with the program
beginning at noon. Cost: $18
per person. RSVP to Matt
Buzza, 752-6193, Ext. 204, or
Ken Gibbs, 752-6171.

Rep. Glorioso opens office
State Rep. Rich Glorioso will
host an official opening of his
District 62 office March 2 at 9:
30 a.m. at 110 W. Reynolds St.,
Suite 204. RSVP is requested.
Call: John McCaughey, 757-
9110, or e-mail john.mccau-
ghey@myfloridahouse.gov.

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Plant City will meet March 3 at
7:15 in the Winter Visitors
Center, 403 Dort St.
The group seeks volunteers
and meets the third Thursday
of the month.
Call: 239-2242.

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

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


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

Teen night
The Plant City Recreation
and Parks Department will
hold its monthly Teen Night
March 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.

Car show
The Plant City Chamber of
Commerce hosts the Straw-
berry Classic Car Show in
downtown near McCall Park
on the third Saturday of every
month from 4 to 9 p.m. The
next show will be Feb 19.

Neighborhood Conference
The 2005 Hillsborough
County Neighborhoods Con-
ference is scheduled for March
12 from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at
Hillsborough Community
College, Dale Mabry campus,
4001 Tampa Bay Blvd.
The cost is $10. Registration
forms can be obtained by call-
ing Hillsborough County Office
of Neighborhood Relations at
272-5860 or visiting www.hills
boroughcounty.org/onr. Fees
increase to $15 after Feb. 23.


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SPORTS


Durant Wrestlers Shoot For State


WIN REGIONALS
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
On the surface, Durant
would seem to be headed
toward about the same show-
ing it gave in last year's state
wrestling tournament.
Saturday, the Cougars
repeated as regional champs
and are sending the same
number of wrestlers to the
Lakeland Center for the Class
3A meet.
But that's on the surface.
Yes, the six wrestlers equals
last year's contingent. How-
ever, according to Cougar
head coach Dennis Kitko, the
expectations are a lot higher
and a bit more realistic.
"Last year, we had six
matches the first day and won
two of them," said Kitko. "That
was about what we expected.
This year, the goal is to go six-
for-six. It may not happen, but
there is not one match out of
the six that we can't win. We
have the chance to score a lot
of points."
The first round of matches


takes place today in Lakeland,
not just in Class 3A but in the
two lower classes as well.
Durant may be able to surpass
last year's point total of 18.5
today alone.
Unlike 2004, where Durant
was 26th as a team, most of
this year's Cougars are seeded
first or second based on their
regional finishes, meaning an
easier draw in the first round.
Two Cougars, Justin Bechtold
and Chip Bowden, come in as
regional champs while
another three (Tommy Ben-
nett, Adam Doback, Jim Kau-
derman) were regional
runners-up. Filling out the
group from Durant is Tim Bur-
dine, who finished third in the
130-pound class at the Region
2 meet Saturday in Pinellas
Park.
Kitko realizes that with just
a half-dozen wrestlers, there
will be no state championship
for the Cougars yet. But he
notes that all six state qualifi-
ers will return next year and
"we have some superstars" on
the IV team that will move up.
Bowden was one of those JV
wrestlers this year, and his


emergence into a regional
champion counts as hands-
down the biggest surprise
from the Durant team. Quar-
terback of the football team,
Bowden was not even a sure
thing to come out for wrestling
again.
"He really has put it all
together. I didn't know what
to expect," Kitko said. "He
went up against so many
strong wrestlers in tourna-
ments and it all really prepared
him."
In fact, Bowden, who wres-
tles in the 215-pound class,
was the only regional
champion of the 12 Saturday
who pinned every opponent.
It only took him 34 seconds to
win in the final against Tim
Tracy from Palm Harbor.
Bechtold won 15-3 in the 112-
pound finals against Bloo-
mingdale's Matt McCoy.
As a team, the Cougars
scored 151 points, almost 20
better than runner-up Bloo-
mingdale. Gulf Coast from
Naples was third followed
closely by Melbourne and Riv-
erview. Plant City had 12
points, good for 21st place.


JOHN BECHTOLD/Photo
Members of the Durant High School wrestling team hold up two
fingers after winning their second straight region championship
at Pinellas Park Saturday.


State matches begin at noon
today, with losers having to
. come back for matches at 5
p.m. The second round starts
Friday morning and leads up
to the semifinals Friday night.
Wrestleback rounds continue
Saturday morning. The
"place" matches the top six
wrestlers out of 16 in each
weight class get honored -
start at 4 p.m., and the cham-
pionship matches begin at


6:30.
Oviedo and South Dade fin-
ished 1-2 at last year's state
meet, and Kitko says they will
be the teams to beat again.
That's how Durant was viewed
in Pinellas Park.
"We come in now and
people look at us that way,"
Kitko said. "Next year, I think
it can be like that at the state
meet. We bring everybody, I
mean everybody, back."


Durant senior
guard Pedro
Coronado
dribbles
through
traffic before '*.
making an
assist in the
Cougars' win
over host
Bloomingdale
at the district
tournament.
The CougarsL O I .
would lose to
Sarasota in
the
semifinals.
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ROBERT CON E/Staff photo


Raider, Cougar Seasons Come To Close


DURANT FIGHTS HARD IN SEMIFINAL
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Despite three players getting hurt during the
course of the game one other getting sick at
halftime and playing a very good opponent,
there Durant was on Friday night right in the
middle of a tight game with Sarasota. The
winner would move on to the district finals; the
loser would see their season come to an end.
Unfortunately for Durant, the Cougars expe-
rienced the latter scenario, but not before fight-
ing the No. 2 seed tooth and nail. The Sailors
won 66-58, and then would go on and upset
top-seeded Sarasota Riverview to win the Class
6A-District 6 championship.
"If you are going to beat them, you have to go
to hell and back to get it done. We went there,
but only got about half the way back,". said
Durant coach Jeff Shotwell, referring to Saraso-
ta's extremely physical and disciplined
approach and the Sailors' very skilled guards.
Durant started off shooting well and trailed
20-15 after a high-scoring first quarter. After
taking a brief lead, the Cougars were behind 33-
31 at the half. Then, Sarasota point guard Der-
rell Berrien took over, penetrating and finding
open forwards underneath on three straight
possessions as Sarasota opened an 11-point
lead.
The Cougars pulled to within five points but


never got closer.
Point guard Pedro Coronado had an off-
night shooting but led an intense Cougar effort,
so much into the game that Coronado threw up
at halftime. Then there was leading rebounder
Josh Fussell, who.missed some time during the
middle of the game after getting poked in the
eye. Forward Martin Harvey rolled his ankle in
the early going and Tristan Scott hurt his hand
in the second quarter.
"It was one of those kind of games. I thought
our toughness really showed," Shotwell said.
"The refs allowed it to be a physical kind of
game both ways, and our kids didn't back
down."
Terrell McKay was outstanding on offense,
hitting four 3-pointers and scoring 20 against a
Sarasota team not accustomed to giving up big
offensive games.
For an idea of that, one just had to look at
what happened in Saturday's district final, also
played at Bloomingdale. Sarasota Riverview,
which went through the district with a 9-1
record and was 20-5 coming into the finals,
only scored 10 points in the first half Saturday.
Sarasota won the game 55-41 and as district
champ got to play at home Tuesday when the
region tournament got started.
Sarasota Riverview, by contrast, had a 14-1
lead after just five minutes of its semifinal game
with Riverview. The Sharks handled Plant City
74-45 last Tuesday, ending the Raiders season.


SHARP CUTS



10 Minutes Away


This definitely qualifies as
one of those feel good-feel
bad sort of things. Remem-
ber when I told you that, but
for a scant 10 minutes, the
Plant City boys soccer team
had Sarasota knocked out of
the district tournament?
Well, what has happened
since then only goes to show
how close the Raiders were
to seeing.their season go a
lot further. After coming
back and beating Plant City,
Sarasota basically waltzed
through the regional, this
after easily beating Bloo-
mingdale in the district final.
Now, the Sailors are in
Fort Lauderdale for the state
tournament.
That's right. Plant City,
with 10 minutes to go, led 2-
1 in the district semis against
a team that ended up going
all the way to the state semis.
Makes you feel kind of good
to know the Raiders gave
Sarasota its biggest scare,
but also hits kind of hard
because it's not far-fetched
to say Plant City could be in
the same spot.

Football venue change
Another state location,
Gainesville, is no longer the
host for the biggest of all
sports title games. On
Monday, the Florida High
School Athletic Association
announced that Miami will


DAREK
SHARP

host the state football
championships for 2005 and
2006. Gainesville was the
runner-up with Fort Lauder-
dale, Orlando and Tallahas-
see also submitting
proposals.
On that note, is it just me.
or is it strange that Jackson-
ville can host a Super Bowl
but really wouldn't be
considered a great site for
even a high school game?
FHSAA Commissioner Jon
Stewart pointed out that
one-fourth of the football-
playing schools come from
the Dade/Broward/Palm
Beach area, and that in the
past 10 years, 33 of the teams
that have reached the
various state football finals
have come from those
counties.
"They have traveled to
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Basketball Championships SPORTSSHORTS


GOLF
PCHS booster club
golf tourney
The Plant City High School
Athletic Booster Club will hold
its annual golf tournament
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


By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
It took every ounce of effort,
but the Hornets stayed unde-
feated, winning a thriller Sat-
urday in the quarterfinals of
the Cadet League (8- to 10-
year-olds) tournament. The
Hornets beat the Grizzlies, 26-
24, during the PCRPD/
Optimist Youth Basketball
postseason.
Ceci Fussell scored 18
points to lead the Hornets.
With a minute left, the Griz-
zlies, who came in with a 7-1
record, led 24-20.
Hornets coaches Ryan Roll-
yson and Brett Mueller called
timeout to give the exhausted
Fussell a break, and asked her
if she wanted to come out of
the game.
"That's when Ceci, a 10-
year-old kid, looked me in the
face and said, 'I didn't come
this far to lose,' said Rolly-
son.
The Hornets scored the next
six points and, after going
ahead, Fussell made a steal to
end the game. Jacob Beverly
scored 12 points for the Griz-
zlies.
The Hornets (8-0) advanced
to the semifinals, where
tonight at 7:45 at the Plant
City Family YMCA they will
face another tough team, the
8-1 Otters. On Saturday, Jona-
than O'Toole scored 11 points
and Shawn Loftus added eight
as the Otters beat the Dol-
phins 29-17.
Tonight's first semifinal,
scheduled for 6:30 p.m., fea-
tures the Cadet League's other
unbeaten team. The Bullets,
which went to 8-0 by topping
the Eagles 34-20, take on the


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Daytona Beach, Gainesville
and even Tallahassee and
have not once complained
that they had to do so. We
think they are long overdue
an opportunity to play close
to home for a change,"
Stewart said.
Sounds good, Commish.
Florida International
University's stadium will
host the smaller classifica-
tions, where the destination
for Plant City, Durant and
the other bigger schools will
be a trip to Dolphins Sta-
dium.

Spring season
And a couple of our spring
sports teams already have a
few games under their belts.
The Raiders girls tennis
squad is 2-0 and hosts
Chamberlain today at
Walden Lake. Last week,
Plant City beat Wharton 5-2,
taking care of a Wildcats
team that won last year's
matchup..
"They beat us last year
and added a player, so to
win speaks to our depth a
little bit," said Raiders head
coach Gary Brady.
He said that the team's
No. 3 to 5 players Rachel
Sperry, Staci Watson and
Ariana Gonzalez are all
evenly matched, with any
one able to beat the other.


Spurs, who received 17 points
from Brennan Smith in defeat-
ing the Colts 35-25.
The Junior League also has
its quarterfinals scheduled for
tonight. At Tomlin, the 8-0
Warriors will face the Wizards
at 6:30 followed by the Magic
(7-2) against either the Pacers
or 76ers. At Marshall, the Coy-
otes (8-1) play the Celtics,
then it's Hawks-Clippers.
Last week, the Magic fin-
ished the regular season with
a 38-24 win over the Raptors
as Leonard Palmer scored 16
points. Two playoff games
took place last Thursday: the
Coyotes beat the Raiders 55-
20 (Ross Kip with 13 points,
Joshua Adams 12, Nicholas
Bryce 9, Andrew Orso Jr. 8)
and the Wizards dropped the
Lakers 43-16 (Saturnino Sierra
had 10 points, Noah Studstill,
Kyle Klein, Ryan Gentry scored
5 each).
The Junior girls and the
Senior boys both started their
bracket play on Tuesday. The
Junior girls have their semifi-
nals tonight at the YMCA
while the Senior League semis
are Friday at Marshall.
The Comets won the
regular-season title for the
girls at 9-0; while the Sonics
provided for a first-place tie in
the Senior group by beating
the Rockets Friday night 51-
39. Denzel Drone scored 15
points. The Sonics and Cavs
both went 7-2.
Monday marks the champi-
onship games for the Cadet
League and the Junior girls,
both at the YMCA, with Mar-
shall hosting the Junor and
Senior boys title games Tues-
day.


Marah Dolan is the No. 1
and McKenzie Charles is No.
2.
Both the Durant and Plant
City softball teams played a
full week of games, each
taking a tough loss. Durant
lost 5-4 to Brandon, while
the Raiders rallied to tie
Riverview in the bottom of
the seventh inning before
losing 4-3 in eight innings.
Plant City's baseball team,
under first-year coach
Kenny White, looked headed
to a split of its two games at
a preseason tournament in
Gaither. But East Bay scored
seven runs in the seventh
inning Saturday to win 10-9.
"Except for that one
inning I was pretty happy.
That was definitely a bad
inning," White said.
He was encouraged,
understandably so, by the
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RESOLUTION NO. 41-2005
A RESOLUTION OF THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY FLOR-
IDA, SUSTAINING AND AF-
FIRMING THE NOTICE AND
ORDER OF CONDEMNA-
TION AFFECTING THE
PROPERTY LOCATED AT
4507 AIRPORT ROAD.
WHEREAS in accordance
with Chapter 78, Article IX,
PLant City Code, the Build-
ing Inspector of the City of
Plant City did on October
12, 2004 issue a Notice and
Order of Condemnation af-
fecting the premises here-
inafter described, which
Notice and Order of Con-
demnation was served in
accordance with Section
78-724, Plant City Code on
Katherine A. Brock, the
pwner(s) of said premises;
and
WHEREAS, said owner of
said premises has failed to
comply with or appeal from
such order within the time
therein fixed, and the mat-
ter has thereupon referred
to this City Commission;
and
WHEREAS, this City Com-
mission afforded the op-
portunity to Katherine A.
Brock to show cause why
such demolition and re-
moval should not be or-
dered on February 14,2005,
in the Sadye Gibbs Martin
AUditorium of the Nettie
Berry Draughon Municipal
Building (City Hall) in Plant
Cit, Florida, and Katherine
A. rock failed to appear
before this City Commis-
sion on this date; and
WHEREAS, this City Com-
mission has fully and care-
fully considered all the evi-
dence in this matter in-
cluding the records of the
Building Inspector and be-
ing fully advised in the
premises,
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR-
IDA:
Section 1. In accordance
with Chapter 78, Article IX,
Plant City Code, the City
Commission hereby finds
that the building or struc-
ture located on:
From Southwest corner of
Southwest of Northwest
/4 run East 382 feet, North
13 degrees 36 minutes 40
seconds East 206.3 feet for
point of beginning and run
North 13 degrees 36 min-
utes 40 seconds East 100
feet to Southwesterly right
of way of Airport Road,
North 60 degrees 13 min-
utes West 120 feet South 13
degrees 43 minutes 10 sec-
onds West 100 feet and
South 60 degrees 18 min-
utes East 120.39 feet to
point of beginning,Section
36, Township 228 South,
Range 21 East,
is by reason of deteriora-
tion, structural defects,
and improper design, dan-
gerous to surrounding
Buildings and the occu-
pants thereof, a menace to
public health, afire hazard,
and unsafe so as to render
the use of public streets
dangerous, and that said
building or structure is de-
teriorated and defective to
such an extentthatthe cost
of restoration or repair
would exceed 50% of the
value of such building or
structure after such repair
or restoration; and said
building or structure is


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therby a nuisance as de-
fined in Chapter 78, Article
IX Plant City Code, and is
subjectto condemnation in
conformity with the provi-
sion of said article.
Section 2. The City Com-
mission further finds that
the said owner has failed to
show by competent evi-
dence, that the said build-
ing or struction does not
constitute a nuisance as
defined in said chapter, or
that a constitutional right
has been violated.
Section 3.That the Notice
and Orders of Condemna-
tion issued by the' Building
Inspector of the City of
Plant City on October 12,
2004, is hereby sustained
and affirmed, and that the
said owners) shall have
thirty (30) days from the
dateof this resolution with-
in which to comply with
said notice and order. That
upon failures of Katherine
A. Brock to comply with
said notice and order with-
in said time, the City Man-
ager shall thereupon de-
molish and remove such
building or structure by in-
dependent contractor sub-
mitting the lowest and best
bid therefore and the costs
thereof shall be reported to
the City Commission foras-
sessment against the real
property upon which such
costs were incurred.
Section 4. That the City
Clerk shall forthwith fur-
nish a copy of this resolu-
tion by certified mail to An-
drew M. Phillips, Trustee
Creamy Rich Pension Plan;
5124 Lithia Springs Road,
Lithia, Florida 33547; and
Katherine A. Brock, 4507
Airport Road, Plant City,
Florida 33563.
Section 5. A copy of this
resolution shall be posted
on the property located at
4507 Airport Road.
Section 6 The City Clerk
shall publish a copy of this
resolution in the Courier,
issue of February 24,2005.
Adopted by the City Com-
mission on February 14,
2005.
Mary Yvette Thomas
Mat his
Vice-Mayor/Commission-
er
ATTEST:
Virginia L. Helper
City Clerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
NO:8687 2/24/2005
RESOLUTION NO. 40-2005
A RESOLUTION OF THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR-
IDA, SUSTAINING AND AF-
FIRMING THE NOTICE AND
ORDER OF CONDEMNA-
TION AFFECTING THE
PROPERTY LOCATED AT
302 S. HOWARD STREET.
WHEREAS in accordance
with Chapter 78, Article IX,
Plant City Code the Build-
ing Inspector of the City of
Plant City did on Septem-
ber 13,2004, issue a Notice
and Order of Condemna-
tion affecting the premises
hereinafter described
which Notice and Order of
Condemnation was served
in accordance with Section
78-724, Plant City Code on


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the owner of said premis-
es; and
WHEREAS, said owner of
said premises has failed to
comply with orappeal from
such order within the time
therein fixed, and the mat-
ter has thereupon referred
to this City Commission;
and
WHEREAS, this City Com-
mission afforded the op-
portunity to the owner to
show cause why such de-
molition and removal
should not be ordered on
February 14, 2005, in the
Sadye Gibbs Martin AUdi-
torium of the Nettie Berry
Draughon Municipal Build-
ing (City Hall) is Plant City,
Florida, and the owner
failed to appear before this
City Commission on this
date; and
WHEREAS, this City Com-
mission has fully and care-
fully considered all the evi-
dence in this matter in-
cluding the records of the
Building Inspector and be-
ing fully advised in the
premises,
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR-
IDA:
Section 1. In accordance
with Chapter 78, Article IX,
Plant City Code, the City
Commission hereby finds
that the building or struc-
ture located on:
Lot I Map and Subdivision
of Lots 1,2and 4 of Block 29
of Warrens Survey in Plant
City for H.B. Wordehoff, ac-
cording to map or plat
thereof as recorded in Plat
Book 9 Page(s) 23 of the
Public Records of Hillsbor-
ough County, FLorida,
is by reason of deteriora-
tion, structural defects,
and improper design, dan-
gerous to surrounding
buildings and the occu-
pants thereof, a menaace
to public health, afire haz-
ard, and unsafe so as to
render the use of public
streets dangerous, and
that said building or struc-
ture is deteriorated and de-
fective to such an extent
that the cost of restoration
or repair would exceed
50% of the value of such
building or structure after
such repair or restoration;
and said building or struc-
ture is therby a nuisance as
defined in Chapter 78,Arti-
cle IX, Plant City Code, and
is subject to condemnation
in conformity with the
provision of said article.
Section 2. The City Com-
mission jurther finds that
the said owner has failed to
show by competent evi-
dence, that the said build-
ing or struction does not
constitute a nuisance as
defined in said chapter, or
that a constitutional right
has been violated.
Section 3.That the Notice
and Orders of Condemna-
tion issued by the Building
Inspector of the City of
Plant City on October 12
2004, is hereby sustained
and affirmed, and that the
said owners) shall have
sixty (60) days from the
date ofithis resolution with-
in which to comply with
said notice and order with-
in said time the City Man-
ager shall thereupon de-
molish and remove such
building or structure by in-
dependent contractor sub-
mitting the lowest and best


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bid therefore and the costs
thereof shall be reported to
the City Commission for as-
sessment against the real
property upon which such
costs were. incurred.
Section 4. That the City
Clerk shall forthwith fur-
nish a copy of this resolu-
tion by certified mail to
Keith D. Perry Sr.609W.In-
gram Street, Plant City,
Florida 33563.
Section 5. A copy of this
resolution shall be posted
on the property located at
302 S. Howard Street.
Section 6 The City Clerk
shall publish a copy of this
resolution in the Courier,
issue of February 24,2005.
Adopted by the City Com-
mission on February 14,
2005.
Mary Yvette Thomas
Mathis
Vice-Mayor/Commission-
er
ATTEST:
VirginiaL. Helper
City Clerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
NO: 8691 2/24/2005
RESOLUTION NO. 35-2005
A RESOLUTION DECLARING
INTENTION OF THE CITY
COMMISSION OF THE CITY
OF PLANT TO ORDER AND
DIRECT DEMOLITION AND
REMOVAL OF BUILDINGS
OR STRUCTURES ON PROP-
ERTY LOCATED AT 2205
WEST BAKER STREET, AND
FIXING A DATE AND TIME
FOR HEARING PROVIDING
THE OWNER AN OPPORTU-
NITY TO SHOW CAUSE AS
TO REASONS, IF ANY, WHY
SUCH DEMOLITION AND
REMOVAL SHOULD NOT BE
ORDERED.
WHEREAS in accordance
with Chapter 78, Article IX,
Plant City Code the Build-
ing Inspector ofthe City of
Plant City did on October
19,2004 issue a Notice and
Order of Condemnation af-
fecting the premises here-
inafter described, which
Notice and Order of Con-
demnation was served in
accordance with Section
78-724, Plant City Code on
William J. Kovatch, the
owner (s) of said premises;
and
WHEREAS, said owner of
said premises has failed to
comply with or appeal from
such order within the time
therein fixed, and the mat-
ter has thereupon been re-
ferred to this City Commis-
sion;.now therefore
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR-
IDA:
Section 1. That upon the
failure of William J. Ko-
vatch, owners) of the
premises described as:
Tract Beginning 154.3 feet
North and 227.67 feet East
of the Southwest corner of
Block4, Small Farms Subdi-
vision, according to map or
plat thereof as recorded in
Plat Book 9, Page 64, of the
Public Records of Hillsbor-
ough County, FLorida, and
run East 0 feet. North
135.67 feet to South line of
SR 17, thence North 76 de-


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agrees 40 minutes West
1.28 feet; thence South
148.13 feet to Point of Be-
ginning,
to demolish and remove
the buildings or structures
thereon in compliance with
the Notice and Order of
Condemnation of the Build-
ing Inspector of the City of
Plant City dated October
19,2004, orto appeal there-
from, the City Commission
does hereby declare its in-
tention to order and direct
demolition and removal of
such buildings or struc-
tures either with city forces
or by independent contrac-
tor submitting the lowest
and best bid therefore, and
assessingthe costs thereof
against the real property
upon which such costs
were incurred.
Section 2. The City Com-
mission will hold a public
hearing in relation thereto,
at which time William J.Ko-
vatch, owners) of said
property, shall have an op-
portunity to show cause
why such demolition and
removal should not be or-
dered on March 14,2005, at
7:30 p.m., or as soon there-
after as the matter may be
heard, in the Sadye Gibbs
Martin Auditorium of the
Nettie Berry Draughon Mu-
nicipal Building, 302 West
Reynolds Street (City Hall),
Plant City, Florida.
Section 3. That the City
Clerk shall forthwith fur-
nish a copy of this resolu-
tion by certified mailto Wil-
liam J. Kovatch 3705 Gal-
lagher Road,. Plant City,
Florida 33565.
Section 4. A copy of this
resolution shall e posted
on the property located at
2205 West Baker Street.
Section 5. The City Clerk
shall publish a copy of this
resolution in the courier,
issue of February 24,2005.
Section 6. All persons are
advised that if a person de-
cides to appeal any deci-
sion made by the City Com-
mission with respects to
any matter considered at
such meeting, he will need
a record of the proceed-
ings, and for such purpose
he may need to ensure that
a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made,
which record includes the
testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to
be based.
Section 7. In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, any person
with a disability requiring
reasonable accommoda-
tion in order to participate
in this meeting should call
the City Clerk at
813-659-4200 at least 48
hours prior to the public
hearing.
Adopted by the City Com-
mission on February 14,
2005.
Mary Yvette Thomas Math-
is
Vice-Mayor/Commission-
er
ATTEST:
Virginia L. Helper
City Clerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
NO:8686 2/24/2005


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INVITATION TO BID
Sealed bids for ESSRIG
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
HVAC RENOVATION PRO-
JECTwill be received bythe
School Board of Hillsbor-
ough County, Florida, in the
Office of the Supervisor of
Purchasing, Third Floor,
School Administrative Cen-
ter, 901 East Kennedy Bou-
levard,Tampa, Floridauntil
3:OOPM Tueay, 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-
istrative Center.
Contractors desirinqto bid
this project are subject to
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
Lynn 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 prior to 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
3060 South Dale Mabry
Tampa, FL 33629
813-831-8599
No bidder may withdraw
his bid fora period of thirty
days after date set for
opening thereof.
THE SCHOOL BOARD OF
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA
EARL J.LENNARD Ph.D.
SUPERINTENDENt
OFSCHOOLS
EJL:RAS:MP:sel
PC60396 02/10/05
02/17/05 02/24/05
IN THECIRCUIT COURT FOR
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NUMBER: 2004-3417
In Re The Estate of;
MARION W. McCOY,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of MARION W. Mc-
COY deceased, File Num-
ber 004-3417, is pending in
the Probate Court Hills-
borough County, Florida,
the address of which is:
Clerk of Circuit & County
Courts P.O. Box 1110, Tam-
pa, Fforida 33601. The
names and addresses of
the personal representa-
tive and the personal rep-


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resentative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent, and other persons
having claims or demands
against the decedent's es-
tate, including unmatured,
contingent or unliquidated
claims, on whom a copy of
this notice is served, must
file their claims with this
court. WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OFACOPYOFTHIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent, and other per-
sons having claims dr de-
mands against decedent's
estate, including unma-
tured, contingent, or unli-
qu dated claims, must file
their clams win ti courtun
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL OBJECTIONS, CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS NOT SO
FILEDD WILL BE FOREVER
3ARRED -
Ine date of irh first publh
:ali, .:if this notice is Feb-
-uary 17.20115
Attorney for Personal Rep
e.;enti.ve
J.l-..eph A Morrison
3500 Sruin FLorida Avnue.
suite 3
a ielard. I133803
S3-614. j 9
FlIor da Bar Number: 313793
Personal ReDire'entative
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NOTICE OF SALE
Ina.ccordance ,ith lihe ro-
;irs r. FloridJa law. there-
DPirig due and unpaid
chargess lor wicn ine un.
Jersigned is .ntiiied iO sat
sty 3n oiner s lien ol tie
goods hereinatter de-
scribed and stored ai Uncle
3ob s Self Storaqe located
at: 1005 S Aleandor St .
PlantCity, Florda 33563.
1 3759 9526 And. due no.
;ice naving been given. to
the owner oI said property
.nd ail parties known to
:ia.m an interest there.n.
and the lime specified in
such notice hlr payment of
Sucn having expired. the
goods ;ilI be sold al public
auction at the above sealed
addOress to lIhe highest bid
de r otnerise disposed
ot on Wednesday. March 9.
2005 at 9-30am
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Inn Employment
380 General
WAREHOUSE person FT
Mon-Fri Forklift exp. a
plus. Health benefits
ax res: 813-818-9020
Warehouse Production-
All shifts, temp to perm-
Lakeland & Plant City
Rita Staffing 813.754.5997
WORSHIP LEADER P/T
Help in development of a
blended Worship ser-
vice. Worship Leader
must have piano and/or
other musical instruc-
ment skills. Competitive
salary. Send resumes to
Pastor Vincent Price
vprice4@tampa-
bay.rr.com or mail to:
Dover UMC P.O. Box 14,
Dover, FI 33527;
813-654-1415
13811 Part ime I
BRAILLE WORKS seeking
a data entry person
w/keyboard speed ol
70WPM. Start at $10 nr
depending on skill
exp. If you desire to
work in a small office
environment w/casual
dress & Christian stan-
dards, please call Lou
for interview. 654-4050
I Work At
383 IHome
$1500 WEEKLY GUARAN-
TEED Now Accepting
Applications $50 Cash
Hiring Bonus Guaran-
teed in Writing
1-888-318-1638 Ext 101
www. USMailing-
Group.com
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
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
391-399
Education

1396 Schools I
ADULT HIGH SCHOOL DI-
PLOMA at home in 6-12
weeks. Nationally ac-
credited Christian
school since 1971. Total
tuition $399/easy pay-
ment plan. Free bro-
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400-499
Merchandise

1400 I Misc for Sale
BOUTIQUE clearance ev-
erything must go! All
merchandise & furni-
lure. 1540 S. Dale Mabry
Hwy.SiorehrsTuesthru
Sal 10 6.813-251-1734
CHURCH FURNITURE.
Does your church need
pews. pulpit set, baptis-
lery. steeple, windows,
carpet? Big Sale on new
cusnioned pews and
cusnir.ns for hard pews.
800 231-8360
CHURCH Pews (18)
Pulp.t. 2 Alters. $2000,
Call 863-683-0070
TIRES14l BFG33/12.50/15
M Tl mtd. on 15x8J 51ug
MT C iassic oil's less than
80 miles
S 1,000 OBO.
i813) 294-9193
EXPRESS LONG DIS-
TANCE -Moving to New
ori. New England, & all
i.iteC. in between. Cus-
I,,'m.r rated A+ Air ride
i ru. 'z Free estimates &
fr, nll,. service. Reloca-
i,,n Specialists. (Lic.
SM C 2 9 9 9 3 8)
I 801: 941-3767
DIRECT FREE 3 ROOMS
S' STEM installed &
.ei.vered free. Say good-
r'v t ,.able forever + 3
m.rins FREE HBO/CI-
NEMAX. Call
I 11 69 4 8 6 4 4.
tvtvw.atv2day.com
S Misc.
400A Wanted

WANTED!
DTV/Dish Network
Will pay cash & pickup.
813-786-3006
I Buy Nonworking Big
Screen TV's. Cash
Today. Will Pick Up.
727-894-7067


i400A I ise
w NEED CASH? $
We Sell For You On
eBay
Sell Your Unwanted Items
Call A.J. 813-353-1829
ALWAYS BUYING, 1 item
or house full, Antiques,
Collectibles, Furn., &
Misc. Prompt Service.
813-719-6336, 659-2412
$S PAID for all types of
jewelry & silver/gold
merchandise. Watches.
Anything of value! Call
Sam 727/804-7463
1401 Auctions
17 CABINS NEAR PIGEON
FORGE, TN selling at
Auction March 12, 10:30
a.m. Guaranteed financ-
ing available with 25%
down. Furrow Auction Co.
800-4FURROW; www.fur-
row.com TN Lic#62
I Antiques/
402 Collectibles

ANTIQUE Single Seat
Horse Buggy completely
overhauled. $1,650. Call
752-3268
ARMOIRE Burl walnut.
For emaled photos call
813-235-9191 $425.

CHINA Noritake
Sorrento. (12)5 pc place
settings, plus all serving
pieces. Call
813-855-8332
Hot Wheels 96-04, Beanie
Babies mostly retired &
Nascar collection.
Call for appointment
813-928-6772
.Hobby
404 Supplies
KILN, Paragon touch &
fire. All electronic Kiln.
28"Wx35"H, 10 sided,
works good $800 obo
863-382-2132
14051Art I
Original Military Art by
nationally acclaimed
artist Micheal Gnatek.
"D Plus Three" Gall
813-855-8332
1406 | Jewelry |
RING, 1 Carat Diamond
Engagement ring, 6
prong setting has all
paperwork certified ap-
praisal at $4,300 selling
$3,500 813-654-1257

ROLEX BUY SELL
Service-Selection.Yates
Jewelers, 1708 S.Dale
Mabry.813-253-2164.
1407 I Diamonds I
DIAMOND, 2.02CT, S1
Clarity, gorgeous,
appraised- $39,950
sacrifice@ $7,200
727-545-4299
Diamond Platinum Ring,
amazing 3.35ct, center
stone 2.01 ct, certified
appraised @ $17K, must
sel $8800,866-484-5723
V Diamonds V
1 & 2 ct, Any Size, Cut,
color and clarity*
Great Deals 813-629-6006
Engagement Ring
Diamond, round brilliant
cut, 0.51 ct, Yellow Gold
nearly flawless. $1,300
OBO. Call 813-390-6142
RING Lady 14KT, 1.03CT,
round brilliant, I color,
12 clarity. Appraised at
$2,795. Asking $2,200
Negotiable. 813-650-0610
WHOLESALE
To The Public,
Tampadiamonds.com
m13-486-6088
Assher cut stone w/ plat.
band & 2 side baguettes
VVS-1 D-color, tot. wt
2ct, GIAcert,appr.$42K,
$25Kobo.813-323-4107
408 Stamps
08 Coins-Books

COINS, Currency, Bullion.
Buy Sell Trade Coin
Werx. Big Top Flea
Market D211 Sat & Sun
9a-4p 813-601-6940
COINS WANTED
Corbins's Stamp & Coin.
Estimates / Appraisals.
9a-4p. M-S. 813-651-3266.
108W Robertson St Brnd
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

ACCESSORIES
FURNITURE
Floor Model Sale
Top quality bedrooms.
Casual & formal DR. Ent.
ctr. Leather LR. Occass.
tbis. Memory foam matt
& vanities. Several top
name mfgs. www.elite
wholesalefurniture.com
Open 10-6 M-Sat.
4415 N. Clark Ave.
813-871-1477

BED $100
A absolute bargain Qu p/t
matt SET. New in plastic
w/warr. Can del 870-0070
Spot Advertising Works


1410 1Furniture- |

BED $100
A brand new matt & box
set, still in plastic. Can
deliver. 813-926-8507

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
All Cherry Sleigh Bed, Sol-
id Wood HB/FB New in
Boxes 813-643-1388
BED $257
High end matt. set. New in
plastic w/warr. Retail
$650. Must sell! Can
deliver. 813-251-3134
BED $266
MEMORY FOAM SET
New. Qu coiless set. As
seen on TV w/warr.
Can deliver. 813-870-0070
BED $299 KING
A dbl sided pillow top
matt set. New in plastic
w/warr Can deliver.
813-727-5223
BED $65
A full size matt. set. New
in plastic w/warr. 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, 2 nite
stands & chest. Still
boxed. Retail $5K. Can
Deliver 813-926-8507
BEDROOM $195
A Brand new maple set
New in boxes! Can deliv-
er 813-643-1388

BEDROOM $200
A brand new cherry set.
New in box. Can deliver.
813-870-0070

BEDROOM $385
Wood HB, nstand,
Drsr/Mr, Chest. All new
in boxes, 813-643-1388
BEDROOM $399
Wood hdbrd, ngt stand,
drsr, mirror, chest. New
in box. Can deliver.
813-251-3134
BEDROOM $855
All cherry wd sleigh bd,
2 ngtstnds, drsr mirror,
chest, new, retail $3K,
Can del. 813-870-0070
BEDROOM 1-13 pc
Exquisit all cherry Wd 4
poster/sleigh set. New in
boxes $1785813-643-1388
Bedroom Set, Cherry King
Poster, Dresser with
Mirror, 2 Night Stands, 3
Chests, exc. condition.
$1,100.813-805-9007
Bedroom set (girls) white
wicker, headboard,
nightstand, dresser,
mirror chest $200; Ta-
ble, chairs $20, book-
case $20 813-949-6907

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

BEDS 2 twin Craftsmatic,
upgraded mattresses,
new, ony slept on 3 wks.
Orig $5500, will sell
$3500 813-689-4452
BEDS AAA+ TEMPUR
Ortho-PEDIC Nasa
Memory Foam Mattress.
As on TV 10 Yr WTY
v cost $1699 sell $399,
cost.11899 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
CRAFTMATIC BED, Single,
excellent condition.
Asking $1,500.
Call 813-839-6817
or 813-837-3135
DAYBED
Complete w/pop-up
trundle & 2 twin matts.
never used, sacrifice
$275 can del 813-926-8507
Spot Advertising Works


1410| Furniture |

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 Oak Table with leaf
& 6 Chairs. New in Boxes
$450 Hutch also avail-
able! 813-643-1388
DINETTE Set, 5 pc, white
leather chairs w/oak
trim, beveled glass top,
new cond- $450
813-494-5994
DINING ROOM Set Red
oak table, 6 chairs, china
and server. Excellent
condition. Will separate.
813-907-7452
Dining Room Set, Cherry
Table, Leaf, 6 Chairs,
lighted China Cabinet &
Rug, excellent cond.
$1,100.813-805-9007
DINING ROOM TABLE/SIX
CHAIRS buffet&china
hutch. Whitewash. Two
leaves & dining table pad.
$1600.813-884-4229
DINING ROOM TABLE & 6
chairs, solid oak, $400.
Also Queen Victoria liv-
ing room set, $700. All in
great cond. 813.986.6402

DINING SETS
Wrhouse Full Must Sell!
Rattan & Wicker, Many to
choose, 813876-1566
www.qualitywicker.com
*......-....
SELLING YOUR CAMPER?
Place an ad in class 562
and see how many buy-
ers pop up
ENTERTAINMENT Ctr, 4
pc, washed oak, lighted
glass selves, CD/DVD
Strg, exc cond $700
813-494-5994
FUTON
Medium oak, honey fin-
ish, 9 layer matt, new in
box, cost$625, sell$285
813-293-1743

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

MATTRESS $100
A baby soft Qu P/T, set in
plastic w/ warr. KING
$185. Can deliver
813-870-0070
MATTRESSDR.COM
Wholesale Showroom
7924W. Hillsb. Best
Prices. TEMPUR-PEDIC,
Mer. Foam, Adustibles
& Air. 813-889-9020
SALE! Wicker Dining rm,
Living &Bedrm Sets.
Patio furniture, accesso-
ries & gifts. Call Forever
Wicker 813-948-4802
SECTIONAL 2 pc,
mushroom colored,
microfiber, 1 yr old,
$600.813-237-8042
SECTIONAL Sofa Norwalk
4pc, excellent condition
$2,000 (813) 817-3205
Spot Advertising Works
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
friendly. 813-870-007
Can deliver
Sofa $399, Love 300
All top grain leather set.
New in plastic. Only
$699. Can deliver,
813-870-0070
SOFA-NORWALK, rolled
arms 93 x 36 x 39,
blue/yellow damask,
org $1900 asking $500.
813-300-9066
Victor Victrola, model
VV-XI $500. Dining rm
set w/hutch, Dk. Oak 6
chrs $1000 obo. Hoosier
Wht. $150 obo. Music
sell! 813-245-4129

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, Eartones

B & B OUTLET
115S. EVERS ST
PLANT CITY
813-759-8864
FURNITURE
Broyhill Br, 'Fontana'
$990. 'Pleasant Isle'
$1190. Bassett all Leath-
er, Sofa & Loveseat
$1390. Din rm set, w/chi-
na $1750. Deluxe ortho-
pedic matt set $325, 2
mo new. 727-725-2708
14161 Appliances I
Appliances-Absolute
Lowest $ Guaranteed.
Delivery. Woody's
Appliances, $74.50,up.
7604 Broadway626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.










1416 1 Appliances I
APPLIANCES BEST PRIC-
ES IN TOWN! Large se-
lection of washers, dry-
ers, stoves & refrigera-
tors. $79.50 & up. War-
ranty & delivery in lim-
its. Don't gamble, know
your dealer! 45 yrs exp!
7604 Broadway 626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
Mom & Pops Applianc-
es, $75 & up, W/D, Stove
& Refr. 10014 30th St.
Free Delivery.-
813-632-9620; 335-5788
Range, self cing, Hood &
D/W, matching, Black,
never used came with
home, $575 for all.
813-598-8975
USED APPLIANCES:
Dishwashers $40.
Stoves $80 & up.
Refrigerators $100 & up.
Call Mark 813-224-3412
VACUUM RAINBOW SE
with attachments, very
clean, excellent cond
used very little. $375
813-334-7876
WASHER/DRYER KEN-
MORE, STACKABLE,
$300.863-409-2143
WASHER & DRYER
Nice condition with war-
ranty $200. Can Deliver.
813-626-3754
WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
Don 813-300-6714
Air
418 Conditioners

AC/HEAT PUMP Systems
Winter Clearance
newin box with
factory warranty @
wholesale prices.
Example: Split 2ton $726
3ton $825 4ton $1055,
Free Delivery,
727-243-4493 or
352-302-2879
Pre Season Special! A/C
new in box. 5 yr Fact
Warrty All Homes Siz-
es: M.Homes, 2-ton
$840, 2V/ -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 ltRightThe
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
REFRIG/freezer 28 cu sid-
eXside $300.
863-409-2143
I Musical
420 Instruments
Amps, DJ Equip, Speakers
Wireless Mics, Lighting,
Best Rental Selection in
Bay Area. Ask about our
do it yourself DJ 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 A.J. 813-353-1829
You'll find value buys ad-
vertised in classified




SUPER



SAVERS


14111 Super Savers I
CHEST of drawer, 4 draw-
er meod good cond
$25.752-4869
DOORS sliding pocket
style bronze. $100. Call
813-754-4337
DRESSER, triple 8/draw-
ers, framed mirror ex
cond $115.752-1976
Entertainer Center for 27"
TV + BIk Ither recliner
$125,both 759-0036
HUSKY floor liners for
Mitsuhishi frt/rear/car-
go $150.813-754-4337
LAWN MOWER MOTOR
$25.00
813-763-1339
LITTLE TYKES Toys
Box/Bench, Blie & White
$25.752-4869
MOWER self propelled
20" snapper w/sac-n-
pac, $150.813-763-1339
NINTENDO 64,4 GAMES, 2
CONTROLS. $50.
813-754-4337
WASHER AND DRYER
$150. FOR BOTH
813-763-1339


40 Musical
420 Instruments

Piano, DH Baldwin
baby grand, white. Take
over payments.
813-541-6594
PIANO RENTALS
WITH OPTION TO BUY
$25/mo Lowst rates in FL!
BECKER PIANO
813-837-3632
PIANO Roland Digital EP-
9, stand, bnch, pedal 88
weighted keys, 8 voices
chorus, reverb, exc cond
$700.813-767-4159
PIANO'S Steinway L, Exc
Cond, $17,000; Yamaha
Baby Grand, sounds &
plays great $5500.
727-542-0132
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
PIANO, Sohmer baby
grand, built by Mason &
Ramhin, walnut, exc.
cond. $2800
727-542-0132
Check out our Pet Classi-
fications to find the fur-
ry or feathered friend
that you seek!
Roland V-Drums Pro Kit
10 pc TD-10 brain. Great
Condition, barely used.
$1500 813-684-8562
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
14231 Clothing I
JACKET, Natural Blue Fox,
$650
813-973-2502

2 Radio, TV, &
4241R diStereo
BEAUTIFUL NORTH CAR-
OLINA. WINTER SEASON
IS HERE! MUST SEE
BEAUTIFUL PEACEFUL
MOUNTAINS OF WEST-
ERN NC MOUNTAINS.
Homes, Cabins, Acreage
& Investments. Chero-
kee Mountain Realty
GMAC Real Estate, Mur-
phy. www.cherokee-
mountainrealty.com
Call for Free Brochure
(800)841-5868.
FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
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dard installation! 3
Months Free HBO & Ci-
nemax. Access to over
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dard installation! 3
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225 Channels! Limited
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tions apply 800-260-2813
Want Ads
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
1999SeHablaEspanol
I WANT TO BUY any audio
& video electronics;
Bose, MacIntosh, Krell,
any manufacturer Cash.
S727-643-6661
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.
SPEAKERS (2),
Stratovarius fir stdg,
comp. restored, very
good cond $625 obo.
863-648-1692
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
1427 | Electronics
VIDEO GAMES NEW and
PRE-OWNED video
games! XBox Playsta-
tion, Gamecube Games
and Accessories at
www.ginkagames.com
(352) 585-6330
Ijq Medical
428 Equip. I

ABSOLUTELY NO cost to
you. New power wheel-
chairs and scooters. Call
us toll free
1-800-843-9199
Day/Night to see if you
qualify
aerobicisers
Power Chairs & Scooters
Beds, Lift Chairs & More!
You May Qualify at
NO COST TO YOU!
813-269-8049
MEDICARE/MCAID/INS


428 Medical
428 Equip.

Diabetes? Medicare pays
for diabetes testingsup-
plies for qualified bene-
ficiaries. Liberty deliv-
ers them to your door.
No shipping. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Deduct-
rbles apply. Call
1-800-308-5770
Electric Scooter
Action Cat., Like New
Paid $4500; asking $1500.
813-888-9025
HOSPITAL BED, electric,
Inzacare w/mattress &
linens. TRAVEL WHEEL-
CHAIR. Call
813-855-8332
LIFT Chair, leather, $450,
fairly new,
813-962-7711
M E D I C A R E
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 .
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
SCOOTER Invacare pan-
ther MX-4, heavy duty,
excellent condition.
Cost $4000 Sell $1000.
813-855-2195
SCOOTER RASCAL Heavy
Duty. Used one hour
since new. Includes
elect lift. $1,850 OBO,
(813) 645-9392
430 Office Equip.
4 & Furniture

**APPLIANCES**
USED WITH WARRANTY
From$99*
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
4000 W. Kennedy
281-0777
PARTS TODAY
11900 N. Nebraska
972-4242
Business Phone Systems
New & Used, Installed
1 Year Warranty, AT&T,
Norstar, voice mail.
20 yrs exp. 813-985-5011
CUBICLES FILES DESKS
Steelcase cubicles
7x7,5x7,45",60" 4 dr.latt
flies $125. & more
www.FloridaDesks.com
(321)377-8084
NORTEL PHONE System
6 lines, 16 extensions, 10
telephones (Black)
$1,950 installed. Call
813-610-1982
OFFICE FURNITURE for
sale. Black contempo-
rary, barely used. Call
813-877-2887 for more
information.
XEROX DocuColor 2240,
copier/scanner/printer
(color proofer), booklet
creation, stapler, up to
12x18 paper, Windows/
MAC/Network, under
serv contract, exc cond,
plenty of supplies, best
offer. Call 813-886-4500
41 Computers &
431 Equipment

$99 Internet Ready

Computer. Laptops
starting at $149. New
systems starting at
$299.1031 W. Busch
PC Services 931.4976
ANEWCOMPUTER
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
Aeron Chairs, Used
$575 ea deliver. Model B,
2 staqe liftfully loaded.
3 Co ors. Limited ua.
Tilting Seats- Adj Coth
Arms.' 727-647-1853
APPLE IBook 800MHZ,
12.1" screen, many
extras, like new condition
1yr warranty, $695.
813-454-3655
COMPUTER, DELL 2400
Series, New.
$550 OBO
813-650-0694
Computers-Rent To Own!
Bad Credit OK!
$12.25/week
www.ezpaypc.com
727-a531-788

Laptop Below WholeSale
New/Used! Dell, IBM!
Beat all prices. Wireless
Internet, Lthr case avail.
,! STARTING@ $299 ."
100%FINANCING b
CALL 813-468-5278
www.buzztech.net
Laptop Sale! G-way 5300,
PIl 750. 128 ram, 10 gig
hd, CD rom, modem Ian,
win98 $400 + tax. Chris
813-884-4433 ext 242
MAC G5 1.6GHz, 1.25G
ram, DVD burner, 80 gig
Hard Drive, 17" Cinema
Flat screen ONLY 9 mos
old $1900 (813) 839-0217
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I Commercial
432 Equipment

Commercial Wallpaper
Machine Ramco top
line, exc. cond. $1100.
941-447-5910

SHAVED ICE (Sno cone)
machine, 20-Block ice
maker, other related
equip. Call
727-527-2644
SUPERMARKET
EQUIPMENT
BLOWOUT SALE
Warehouse
full of items!
Cases, shelving, bakery,
walk-ins Meat depart-
ment, tables and more.
1176SR27
Haines City, FL
518-331-8610
I | Restaurantl
434 Hotel Equip

CONCESSION TRAILER,
FRYER, electric, gas &
water ready, $10OK. Used
equiP, grills & more.
MustSerl. 813-244-5626
ESPRESSO $3500. Ice
Cream Flavor Burst
$7500 New 2003. Photos
www.edf2.com delivery
Credit cards 352-472-9895
HOBART Mixers, Glass
Door Coolers Grills,
Stoves, Pizza 6vens, &
walk-in coolers. Call
727-581-9293
Walk-in Freezer, 8x16,
good panels, hp 1/6,
freon R22,22 amps, 5 yrs
warranty on new com-
Sressor, $1500 obo.
813-833-6918.
Business Closed- Hoz. Ice
Machine, used 4 mos,
$1500, 12' seafood case
glass door cooler. Call
for info 813-866-8665
Store
435 Fixtures-
Equipment
DOLLAR STORE Equipmt.
Shopping carts, ladders,
flat walls & fixtures,
baskets, etc. Inventory,
nice items. 813-389-2283
JEWELRY SHOWCASE
LIQUIDATION SALE.
AIIMust Go.
4, 5 & 6' all $50 each.
813-628-4332
Builder's
440 1 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
ood, Laminate, Ce-
ramic starting at .99 sf.
Come where-the build-
ers & savvy buyers buy
flooring 1-813-918-273
www.yeagerflooring.com
We also do expert Sand
& Finish work for your
worn out old looking
floor, Call us and we'll
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 Roofingt
Standing Seam, roof
pkg, Galvalume-Plus,
Snap-Lock Panels. Easy
to install, Visa/MC
accepted. 813-224-9060
CABINETS Kraftmaid,
shipped direct to your
home, wholesale prices,
Lifetime warranty.
813-657-7778

FLOORING
Prefinished oak still in
boxes, 2308sf. @ $2.25/sf.
Will split, 813-318-9056
FLOORING
Prefinished oak still in
boxes, 2308sf. @182.25/sf.
Will split, 813-318-9056
GRANITE COUNTER TOPS
cut &polished, Vh" bull
nose, 8' long, P/A" thick,
$380ea & 8', %" thick,
$280ea. 813-404-8787
LUMBER LIQUIDATORS
HARDWOOD FLOORING
from .99cents Sq. Ft. Ex-
otics Oak bamboo, pre-
finished, & unfinished.
Bellawood w/50 year
prefinish, plus A lot
more! We Deliver any-
where, 5 Florida loca-
tions, 1-800-FLOORING
(356-6746)
METAL ROOFING SAVE
$$$ Buy Direct From
Manufacturer. 20 colors
in stock with all Accesso-
ries. Quick turn around!
Delivery Available. Toll
Free (888)393-0335.
METAL ROOFING: ALL
TYPES. Discount Pric-
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Manufacturer. Special-
izing in Commercial &
Residential Twenty (20)
colors with all accesso-
ries in stock. Quick turn-
around Save$$$Call Toll
Free.1-888-393-0335.
METAL Roofing & Siding
26ga-36" coverage as
low as $1.40/ft. ciolori-
da.com Corrugated In-
dustries 800-545-4580
MEXICANTILE*
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1440 Builder's
440 Supplies I

Wrought irons & granite
300 pcs,fences, gates,
sinks, fireplace. free de-
livery 1050 N M rtle
Ave, Clw. 727-443-3599
MODEL HOMES NEEDED
For Energy Savinq Win-
dows. Ca Now For Ex-
citing Offers!
1-800-937-6635 Ext. 208
FL Lic#CRC015276
441 Patio & Deck
441 Supplies

BRICK PAVERS
53 cents ea, Many colors
Do It Yourself Info
Paver Sealant Available
(813)968-6150 Sun Pavers
www.sunpavers.com
Concrete Pavers 2nds
from manufacturer
low price, Brooksville
call Sonya at
1 352-799-7933W

44 Carport


'4k24>9 $9.50,
424 09 800
Both ire enclosed
Concreti slan16". 6door
2 78'agaraqe'iorinsI
O. ier ;r ZESav.d I
.13-788 3501 713 2333
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. Liquida-
tion Sale! 25x30- $3,700,
30x40- $4,850, 45x60-
$6,900 50x120- $14,900.
Call 1-800-457-2206
STEEL BUILDINGS, NEW!!!
Save Thousands
24x28 Sell $3,900.
36x40-Sell $7,800.
48x80-Sell $14,900.
Call Liz 1-800-499-6401.
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
installed; 18x21 Build-
ings from $2,375;
Callfor More sizes
813-299-3798-681-5468
ALL STEEL BUILDINGS!
YEAR-END SALE!
40X60, 50X100,70X200 Up
to 50% Off! Call Now!.!
Jane 1-800-205-4319.
STEEL BUILDINGS. Facto-
ry Deals Save $$$.
40x60' tol00x200'. Ex-
ample: 50x100x12' is
$3.60/sf (800)658-2885
STEEL Building, 3 bay
doors 30x60, insulate,
Only $3,995 You Remove
1 813-787-8686
14451 Tools |
Air comp. Snap on 5 hp,
Bear analyzer, Brake
washing machine, 1" cp
HD impact wrench, tail
pipe bender, 1 ton crane
12 volt, 120 gal propane
tanks & much more.
352-746-3997 -
Exhaust Pipe Bender Ben
Pearson model MC59-
220 volt, good cond.
$3700. Tony 659-0932 or
833-1103.
Siecor OTDR, fiber optic
test equipment includes
padded suitcase, bat-
teries, AC adapter and
emulation software.
$5000.
Complete set of CATV
tools for installing cable
TV $1500. 813-831-9943
after 11am.
I Machinery&
449 Heavy Equip.

ESCAVATOR, 210 BOB
CAT, excellent
condition. $7,500.
Call 813-920-4430
or 813-924-0321
Forklift-Tam a Forklift
since 1974. Parts, Svc
Rentals, New,Used
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
FORKLIFTS-Ringlift has
"As Is" to fully second.
Stop and see why we
givethe best value in re-
cond. forklifts in the
state. Huge inventory.
1401 US Hwy. 301 N.Tpa.
Larry, 813-620-1337.
Machine Tools. 20x80 en
lathe, vert mill, band
saw, tooling, benches.
Exc cond & prices.
941-379-1961/276-3575
Warehouse Supplies
Forklift, dock plate,
wraps, wrapping ma-
chine, desk plates,
chairs, etc. Call Mon-Fri
8-4:30 813-623-1543
450 Sporting
450 Goods

ARCADE, Street Fighter II,
champion edition,
excellent condition, $750.
813-238-2521
ARGENTINA, WING-
SHOOTING and Big
Game Hunting. The Best
Bangfor the $ anywhere
in the world. Winter sea-
son: April-August 2005.
Weekdays 314-209-9800
Evenings (314)894-3776
With QUICK ACTION
rates, selling is a snap!
Call todayfor rates!


FEBRUARY 24, 2005 THE COURIER 29

450 Sporting 1469 Nurseries/ l 1480 | Dogs 1480 | Dogs
Goods I Trees WHEATON TERRIERS
GOLF CL S Talr soft coated puppies,
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$550 ria, Tabebuia, Tibouch- FERRETS!FERRETS! (727)46109
813-788-6441 ina, Fig, Boxwood, Podo- LIVETIGERSIast 1481 Cats
GUN Colt Combat Co ar us- Crotons Roses Saturdayof eachmonth
GUN Colt Combat Cor4 a Bottlebrush and MUCH ClubPetMembersgetl/2
mander 5" brl 45 auto, MORE Airport Rd, Plant offlivefishTueFr KITTENS
gold cup sights & trig- oty n off livefishTue Fri KITTENSi i
ger. SS. walnutgrip, 3 it 813.752-7676 Rat & Mice Feeders Avail spayed/neutered, tested,
clips. $650 813-765-2205 #04M10685 American Bulldog, wormed & shots. To
PoodleBichon, good homes813-254-4975
GUN, New 1911, 45s, LIVEOAKS, Min Schnauzer, Boston good homes813-254-4975
Sprngfld others, $375 45 GAL,4" CAL 14'.$75 Terrier, Pug, Silky SIAMESE KITTENS, 2
$100 Mix of long /hand 25GAL 3" CAL 12'..$50 MANY Other Breeds Avail females 9 wks, $325
guns, $165 & up, 17-50 5GA, 2" CAL 8'..$25 1 Yr Warr; Lic P04-070213 each. Vet checked.
(813) 210-GUNS(4867) 748-8641 Reg #47220672 Complimentary Vet Exam Cash only. Call pm.
0GUNSA Free Training Program (727)847-1475
GUN SALE! Orchids, staghorn ferns, Financing Available I
New 380 $105. 1911 Al palms & landscape 7699W. WatersAve. 4821 Birds
$299 9mm$t15; 45 cal. plants, limited supply. Near Waters &Hanley
$149. AK47 $345 SKS 813-831-9399 M-Sat 10-9, Sun12-6 Huge Bird Cage Sale. All
159. Call 813-754-1794 Reg #47230257 sizes, Parakeets to
GUNS -Great assortment 813-249-8700 Amazons to Macaws. Sat.
Layaway, classes, WE BUY LIVEOAKS FRENCH Bulldog Pup Sun. 1 821 Erin Brook 6 Dr.
special orders. FemalesFCha Bulldog Pups, Valrico. 813-654-2874
to help females. &Leyland press Champ Ped White
813210- (4867) L ApeSS W/Black markings, Best Military Macaw, exqui-
813-10-GUNSH Family Pet 2000 site 2 yM old female

HUNT ELK, WILD BOAR Container grown 618-458-6412 $1500 including all
Red Stag and Buffalo in 30 gal lonLive Oaks& GRA S H equip. Other parrots
.Missouri until 3/31/05. 15/0 Leyland Cypress GERMAN SHEPHERD, w/cages.813-416-0300
Guaranteed Hunting Li- Small or large uantities. AKC BigBonedPups/
cense,'Only $5.00. Our Thomas386-527-448 Adults,ich Colors & ........
policy NO Game, NO Reg# 74-8012126695-3 Blacks, family oriented. POWDER COATED
Re$650 & up (941)809-6242 BIRD CAGES, NEW!

S314)293-0610. 14801 Dogs Golden Doodles, CKC, TO40X30"r299.97
C 2-. gorgeous designer PET MART813.985.1865
Pool Table 4x8 AIREDALE KC, pupscream, male and ..........
Pool Tabl 8 PoP, healthcerts, taking semas $700-$900.
Pro Series 1" Tournament dep, ready 2/23, $500 386-842-5983 Sell ourcamerainsasnap
slate, K66, 100% gum .with an ad in class 426!
rubber rails, diamond 813-967-6330 GOLDEN Retriever pups
sights, carved cabinet, DPups females, 16 wks o all 1483 Exotic
new in box, never used. AMERICAN Bull shots, cratetrained, lth
Cost $3200, sell $1350. NKC reg 3-F, 3-gre guaranteed. P.O.P. ******
Can deliver. w/ kids Shts, health $475 ea.727-863-2555 LARGEST AQUARIUM
certs $500-$700/ea
813-293-7621 1"727-856-4175" GOLDEN RETRIEVER, 10 SALE EER!
POOLTABLE, 8ft Pro, sol- Selllt! purebred, $r00. OVER1000TANKS
id wood, no pressed Classified. 913-872-6556 or SOLD AT COST.
board ln slate, Ithr Tune into the medium 263-6855 UPTOSO%OFFSUPPLIES,
pockets, K-66 rails + thatmakesiteasytosell. UPTO40%MARINELIFE.
custom felt, still in a tremendous array of GOLDEN RETRIEVERS FEB26,27.
crate, 16 piece kit avail. items. Televisions and Xmas.Puppies 3 PETMART-TAMPA.
Cost $5K,sell$1250 tape players. Tents, Females Males, AKC 3BlksE.ofBuschGardens
Call 727-224-9196 telescopes and tripods re hith cert., POP 813.985.1865
Electronic equipment. $500. Ready 02/19. Call
Si| P220 $470. Beretta96 Appliances, Cameras, Diane 813-634-1278 PET MART ST. PETE
Brigadier NS $400. Rug- Computers and much GOLDEN RETRIEVERS- 727398.7828
er 93DC $325. Glock 23 much more! To sell any Purebred, 9 weeks, 2 fe- * * *
$470. BushmasterM4A3 item, just consult one of males. POP ready n A Misc Pets
$949. Matt813-685-2612 our capable classified Healh cert. I st sh, Msc Pets/
WANTED, Used Golf Balls, s.hen you wantto 600.813.508-0016 Services
Cash for all grades of selit Classified's the
Golf B all Jimmy bestplacetotell it V GOLDENDOODLES, KOI FOR SALE
u Bals Cl C Blondes&Blacks Low ByI FOR SALE
1-800-421-1154 American Bulldog & Cur ShedBoys&Gi lsVet ow Buy direct from fish
(Local) mix puppiesgreat hog $1000. 423-420-6580 or 813672G1nton.
I H1 i dogs. 8 13771807 or 423-920-1246 813-672-9135
4e Health i 813 967-7996 www.kolman.com
Products American Bulldogs pionpediee a show 4females,1 yrold, ready
AFFORDABLE HEALTH- NKC, $3 00-$1000 Too Mantle s.ars eluded all for e$150. Cain-
CARE! $89.95/Month many details to list. croed. 0. a uded all for $150. Call
Whole Family! M m ecalyla l2 00-3000. 813-716-6181
Dental, Vision ncdil Please call 352-243-2762 Ca 1239-352-5605.
$35 Dr. Visits! Everyone AMERICAN PITT BULL Italian Greyhounds
Accepted! Ask about TERRIER Brindle Male Newborns. Pedigree, all
our RX Card. Toll Free 3 0Bmonthsshots. $350 bars championines, SUN CITY CENTER
1-866-697-3739 OBO.813-417-4238* M/FF 600 +. Taking CINDY'S ESTATESALE
Did you suffer a Heart AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD deposits. 727-455-6128 1819670416Wed
Attack, Stroke or Blood MINI, Small, pretty & LABSAKCreg'd, 1stshots OffEas8vewicalossa)
ClotwhiletakingVIOXX, loving. Guaranteed. & worming. 2 black Fri25th&Sat26th 8-2
CELEBREX, OR BEXTRA? $3506$500 males & 2 yellows. 6 Sectional sleeper sofa,
Your claim may be 352-465-1496 wks. Available 2/25/05. bamboo chr & tl, side
worth $250,00+ BASENJI Adoption, Sup- $500.863-683-8377. board, loveseat,sleeer
1Calltoll-free port, Education. Visit Maltese, FREE to good sofa, accentchrs, coffee
1-877-833-0926 http://basenjirescue. home. x2 10 year old & end this, rattan couch
(24 hours) org or contact Dana Females. Best with & chr, DRtbw/6chrs,
AFFORDABLE HEALTH- 813-883-3108 Adults that can devote hutch, kit tbl w/chrs on
CARE! $89.95/Monthd BICHON PUPPIES, AKCd sending time with casters, computer, desk
Whole Family! Medical ute, home raised tem.Call813-786-0853 & side cabs, wicker kg
Dental, Vision Included. wOvER POPE, h Ce C ne rs tbdrm, desk & chr chest
er.L Visits! velone P, Ai l MASTIFF CanesCorso of drawers &ngMt tbl,
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ourRe TCard. Toll Free t 5. $80-$1K e Ptremey loyal & lovable,
w1-.8666973739 863-967-1475/258-7837 trained, bigH&beautiful. Garage, Yard i
LOSE WEIGHTJ Order CLASSIFIED 727-772-83541409-0406 499 Sales, Etc.
medicine On-Line orby IS INFORMATIVE PIT BULL PUPS
hone. Bu Phenter- BICHON Puppies-Toy size Big head &solid. LITHIA 10011 Harris
mine Toay!**Lose 6-11 Ibs, AKC, health Brindlesand reds. RanchRdHwy 39 S.eft
weigh t Tomorrow** All certs, home raised, AIlVetv d.$200. on Keysvlle to Porter
USA pharmacies &Doc- guaranteed. $800 & up. (863) 425-1007 Rd, See signs Fi, Sat &
tors Call Now HReady 2 25. 1 old F PITBULL Pups, Rednose, Sun 2/25, 6&27 8Amtile
1-866-299-0040 $600. Ca1863-29d9-0953 CIfied wPps es, Lots of Antiques,
Certified withpapersdresser, clothes, Pic-
THE GREATEST VITAMIN BOXER PUPPIES AKC parents on remaises tures, what-nots, bike
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Need. To Order Visit Us hith crts, puppy shots, POODLE PUPS, TOY, Red, ITHIA, 3923 E Keysville
At: www.superiorvitam- $600.813-476-2403 AKC 3M, H. cert, paper Rd Sat 7AM til 7. 2fami-
ins.net or Call Boxer Pups, AKC Fawn, trained wks, vet 'd. yMens fshin eup-
1-800-605-8482 oe Brendle, rashy 813-884-2684 or meant, tools, efc, aby
154695 $600-750. 2yr ofd 813-478-3266$500 Cash. items Furniture & MORE
VIAGRA$2.50/dose brendle Male AKC Box- POODLE Standard Pups 813-737-4222
CIALIS $3.50/dose Low- er,$400.813-782-0204 AKC champ bloodlines, SpotAdvertisin Works
est Price Refills Guaran- BOXERS-AKC adult blk-F, 3-wht males
teed! Free Shiping! male/female,$200&up. $1000 janill@strato.net PC, Remodeling Sale
Why pay More. C I Also male pups14wks, 863)385-1923 Thurs-Sat, 2/24-26,
Now!rescn option Buy- ears cropped $00&up. POODLE Sweet y 8am-Spm 804 N. Forbes
ens GN oup- Call1(407)399-5863 pocket toy female..5.5 Rd(btwnHwys92&574)
1- USA-57 *5 **CHIHUAHUA CKC Regis- in. $1100 & adorable PLANT CITY 13650 Glen
VIAGRA Prescription tered, 8 wks health 3/4 inc. blk male $800 Harwell Rd, Fri & Sat
Strength Alternative (30 certs, $375-425 Chaimp line & Health 8AM-1PM 3 families
blue tabs 100mg $89.95) (83)419-1502 cert. (863) 537-1648 ATTENTION crafters and
No Prescription Need- 8 4 9 85 8 AC shots seamtressXlotsof0mate-
ed! FREE Shipping CHIHUAHUA Teacups Ex- PUG PUPS, AKC, shot trials Emptying storage
1-888-527-0870 tra tiny parents 2.5 & health certificate sheds furniture, tools,
SEXPILLUSA.COM 51bs, here. Red. $600- fawn M-$500,F-$55 household itemstl &
e V r # u $650.813-661-3075 Call 863-884-123 or MORE. Something for
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ust got better! Lowest Spot Advertising Works 941-628-2641 everyone. REASONBLE
prices on the web No CORGI PEMBROKE AK C P Sale
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See pictures: upieo
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scription Strength CORGI PEMBROKE PUPS RAT TERRIER PUPS, UKCI PLANT CITY 2203 John-
(hentrazine37.5mg60 AKC, Credit Cards amilyraised.See son Loop, Sat2/26
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scription Needed! FREE a135-523-1360 ratterriers.com iy, household, toys,
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DI ILUSA.COM .......... SHELTIES, beautiful pups PLANT CITY 2405 W.
I CRATES, SUITCASE! & young adults. Exp d. Moody Ave, Sat Feb 26.
40 Power METAL, NEW! CHEAP! breeder. References. 8AM-1PM, Lots of Misc
40 Mowers FROM 24" .29.97 Shots, hlth certs, Items
TOM48r $ S9.97 $200-$600 727-863-2555
LAWN MOWER, Honda PET MART 813.985.1865 SHEPHERD MIX, looking 500-549
HRX 6.5hp, self prop, .........- for M;1-aFiarme' art
used 3 times mulch & DACHSHUND Mini AKC 18wksold, allshots Farmer's Market
rear bagger. New $700. health cert, vet spay/nueterd Donations
Now$525.813-991-7040 checked,SH,taking torescue. 813-961-4709
Mobile Repair Service deposits. $450-500 SHIBA-INU Red male, 11 500 VF tas &es
Toro-Scag-Exmark 813-977-4385,298-8179. mos old, all shots up to | 0Vegetables
Bunton-Dixie Chopper Dachshunds, AKC ba- date, micro-chipped, BGA!tw
Hydro's-Parts-Engines bies, first shots, papers, CH blooie BIG SALE! Strawberries,
Cranks&Cams236-3363 wormed and health $599.813-477-1738 tomatoes, honey bells,
1 cer. ready 3/3.3 girls, freshgreens,nrednavels,
14651 Lawn & Grdn boy.(daplesbrelfor SIBERIAN HUSKY etc!Sat & Sun. 9a-dusk
da ps1-4 to Exit 10, ML Kind,
personal an disposi- Female shots, papers. 9 East to Highviewbeside
RIDIG Mower 50in Cut 1-4-5009 wks.500.813-7 -1067 Dsc.Auto83-727-5754
obo.pYard hmachinel0hp DOBERMAN Puppies, SWAP CURR For Sale. 7 510 a Euip I
cnipper/shredder, us Rare white AKC, breedsof Bull Dogs allin 1 | rm i.
once $300 oo. Genera- $1000; 200. 9 Avail. one.Withpapens$ 100.F
ton 3700w $100 Call Ready for Pick up on Without papers $250. Ford, 1320 Diesel tractor

CLASSIFIED only. Call 727-638-1383 When you read Classified 813-785-5310
IS ACCESSIBLE or 727-573-1700 it's. HELLO.GOOD BUY!








0+*THE.COOUR!ER *.FEBRUARY 24,, 2005


1510 I Farm Equip. I
TRACTOR-Mitsubishi,
23HP diesel, 9spd with
3spd reverse, in good
condition. $4 200. Call
813-899-0396/323-8222
i Horses &
525 Livestock

POLE BARNS, Garages,
workshops, horse barns
*20x20x9 $2,600
S20x30x9 $4,200
'24x24x9 $4032
.24x40x9 $,6020
Other Sizes Available
813-713-2333 788-3501
. Turn to Classified- you
can Bank on our Bargains
Puruvian Passos, 1 8 yr
old Mare, 1 yr old Philly.
5yr old reg Quarter
Horse Mare, 6yr old reg
Trotter Pony Mare.
Call for prices.
813-986-3770/382-7890
YEARLINGS Paint Colt
excl BL $700-OBO; Appy
Colt $1200-OBO; 4 yrBS
Mustang Paint mare
$.1000-OBO (813)
715-1314
CLASSIFIED WORKS
SMALL HERD OF BLACK
Angus & black/wht face
cows. Also black Angus
bulls. Please call (850)
878-2571/(850) 510-4854
WANTED!! Horses,
ponies, tack, trailers &
equip, Top prices paid.
Good home. Call Cyndi
now: 813-649-1126


I Horses &
525 Livestock

Kiefer Built 2001 Goose-
neck, w/ living quarters,
alum. A/C Heat Stereo,
4 stall, slant load,
$29,500 813-986-1597
Pony Of The Americas 10
yr old, Trained, Rides
great! Good w/kids!
White Speckled
$1800 813-967-0967
HERD dispersal-30 head
of Quality Cross Bred
cows. Heavy bred and
calving now. $750 each.
Call 352-745-1645
COWS, 100 head. Bulls &
calves w/pasture lease.
Cows calving now.
863-452-2079 or
863-443-1721
WANTED: GOATS SHEEP,
LAMAS, & CASTLE. TOP
PRICES PAID. GOOD
HOME. CALL CINDY
NOW 813-649-1126
1 Pastures &
526 Stalls

Horse boarding. Well-
ventilated stalls, cross
ties, wash racks w/ hot
& cold water, a/c tack
room, restroom, 60'
shaded round pen. Lg
grassy paddocks &
turnout pastures, riding
lessons. Patient highly
qualified instructors for
all ages and abilities.
Tyninghame Farm, Old
Pasco Rd 30 min irom
Tampa. 813-991-1838


526 Pastures &
526 Stalls

10 acres of pasture
10 x12 stalls, minutes to
show arenas and 1000s
of acres of trails. 45 mins
to Tampa. Full board
$250.352-793-4440.
S527 1 Hay & Grain I
HAY,
Clean Rolls
In Barn
1-75 & Hwy 52
813-431-0939
S Livestock
530 Wanted

Cows, Calves, Bulls
WANTED.
Call 941-322-4248,
941-737-7947
550-599
Recreation


560 I Motor HomesI
560 RV's

23' 1997 FOUR WINDS
MAJESTIC FLYER Class C
new crpt & awning, very
clean, priced reduced
$14,90 obo 813-789-4943

28' 1992 FORD Fourwinds
Class C Onan genera-
tor, 42K mi, excellent
condition, $10,500 obo.
Call 813-221-0132
Want Ads


560 Motor Homes
-560 RV's

28' 2003 Cardinal 5th
Wheel, living room slide,
excellent condition.
$19,000. 269-580-2660
or 269-580-7198
31' FOUR Winds 2002
Class C Ford V10, slide
out LR, EXCELLENT Con-
dition, Only 2,900 miles
$53,000,M 813-727-8103
for appointment
32' 1993 South Wind by
Fleetwood. Completely
equipped. $22,000 obo.
813-238-0661

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
32 Southwind 1997, 38k1
miles, w/slide, convec-
tion oven, backup TV
sys, awnings $42,000
813-645-5877
33' COACHMAN CATALI-
NA, 15K ORIGINAL
MILES, FAIR OFFER
OWNS IT! CALL PAUL
(727) 697-1609
34' 1989 Bounder, 6.5 Gen-
erator, Dual Air, Sleeps
6, under 5K on new en-
gine frnt & back door,
$9,995 obo 941-228-8414
34' 1992 Pace Arrow, New
tires & frig. Very clean &
well main. Ready to go.
A must see! 110K mi.
$19,995 813-780-7494


560 I Motor Homes
560 RV s 1

34' 1996 BOUNDER 454
Chevy fully loaded, dual
air, jacks, camera, new
tires 17800k, Very clean
$29,500 863-425-2411
35' 2003 National Sea-
breeze 17k miles, work
horse, 2 slides, excellent
cond many extras, $80k
obo. 941-400-4829
35.5 1996 Holiday Ram-
bler Endeavor Le, diesel,
kitchen slide, loaded,
new tires and carpet,
excellent condition.
$55,000 (813) 661-1569
36'2001 Winnebago Jour-
ney DL 2 slides,like new
27k 330cat, 6spd,
$99,900 813-948-4540

36' Fleetwood Pace Ar-
row Price slashed for
quick sale. 48k mi. Load-
ed, Must see. Beautiful.
$26,500.352-567-5019
38' 1993 PARK MODEL
New rubber roof CHA,
qn bed. At Little Mana-
tee Springs Park hwy
301, lot 204. $6800
813-633-9184
38' 1998 Newmar Moun-
taineer. 460 Ford gas en-
gine with banks system.
44k mi super slide up-
graded int, many op-
tions. Exc cond. Asking
$57,000.813-962-2526
SHOPPING MADE EASY
That's Classified's prom-
ise! Classified delivers!


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* Scarborough 2004


560 Motor Homes
-RV's

39' 2003 Fleetwood Provi-
dence 39S. Triple slide,
12 500 mi., 300 Cat Die-
sel Pusher, like new,
$136,500 obo. 855-8550
39', 2004 Winnebago Ad-
venturer, 1400 mi,
340hp, work horse HD
chassis, fully loaded.
$109k. 352-854-7279
40' Beaver Monteray,
Quad slide, info
www.homepage.
mac.com/mike3www/ or
813-963-1767
40' HR 1995 NAVIGATOR,
300 cummins diesel, 10
kw generator diesel.all
options, too many to list.
$79,500. 813-685-5127
812-621-0207
42' 2000 Monaco Signa-
ture w/ slides, 500 Cum-
mings, too many fea-
tures to list. 42K mi.
$209,000.561-371-1274
888-Bates RV Nearly 600
Airstream Jayco
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tampa.
GIANT RV-SELLOFF! #1
Selling RV's- Remaining
2004 Models... Low Sep
loff Prices- Florida's Mo-
torhome- Towable
Headquarters- Giant
Recreation World. Mel-
bourne- (800) 700-1021.
Daytona (800) 893-2552.
Orlando (800)654-8475

562 Travel TrIrs

21' 1997 SCOTTY, Great
cond. AC, heat, oven,
stove, cust int. all sys
work, $4500 obo. Can
email pics. 813-391-7080
28' 1985 Terry Tauris, ful-
ly contained, priv. rear
bdrm, full bath/shower,
roof air, non smoker.
$4500 obo. 813-285-7888
32' Travel Trailer 2005.
Super slide, all up-
grades, $16,000/offer.
Call 321-287-8747
35/2 'NEWMAR 5th wheel,
Kountry Star 2000 2
slides loaded w/extras.
Garaged. Exc. Cond.
$31k obo 863-422-6531
37' Luxurious Avian 5th
Wheel Cost $72K new,
dishwasher wash-
er/dryer, oak interior
with corian counters,
water softener, extra
AC. only $36K, call
813-245-5594

38'2005 Franklin
3 slideouts fully loaded,
MUST SELL!!! $19,800.
Call 941-448-5606
40' 5th Wheel 1996 Car-
riage. Rare 2BR, 2 slides,
loaded, NADA $33,185,
asking $23,900. (813)
748-9275; 941-322-9255
Alfa 1995 Gold Fifth
Wheel luxury, #3axel,
dual frig. slidese,
storage sale. $23,500 obo
Call 813-727-2568
2002 Fleetwood (Bound-
er) 36A Only 3500 miles
just like new, wash-
er/dryer, 8 CD player,
many other extras,
$75000.00 (863)
55-0307

563 1 RV
Accessories

CAR DOLLY
Kar Kaddie, new tires, exc
condition, $1,000obo
813-792-2150/394-6534
I Recreational
564 Rental

NEW COLEMAN POPUP
Campers available for
rent. A/C, sink, stove,
frig. For reservations
call Lynn 813-546-1827
| 565 | RV Storage I
South Bay Rv Boatl
Storagel -SEcur ,,urtde
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000
Fowler & 1-75
RV's/Boats etc. Security,
$50/mo
813-986-3094
an Swimming
580 Pools & Spas I

A-1 SPAS
Winter Bargains!
3-4 seat spa, 1299
4 seat spa w/waterfall &
rainbow light, $2495
5 seat w/lounge, water-
fall rainbow fight $2895
MANY MORE ON SALE!
HURRY! IN STOCK ONLY
DIx spa covers, $229
Cover lifters, $159
WE MOVE SPAS
9017 Adamo Dr.
SW corner Hwy 60 & 301
i 813-623-9997 V
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 Lic
#CWC029795 Insured.
Dealer inquiries wel-
come.
HOT TUB/SPA, 7 person,
SHP, loaded with jets,
cabinet, lights, never
used. Warr. Retail $5,100.
Now $1650.813-313-8071
CLASSIFIED WORKS


580 Pools & Spas

POOL SAFETY FENCE
Baby Gate. Limited Life-
time Warranty. Pa-
tented Quad Lock-
US6,190,082,B1. Black fi-
berglass Poles, see-thru
mesh. Exceeds ASTM
Standards F2286-05.
Distributorships Avail-
able 1-800-293-BABY
(2229) Lic#CRC034535
SSales -Parts |Service
Spa covers any size $250
Measure & Deliver
12 colors, 5 yr warranty
m 813-986-0449
SPA Replacement Covers
Any Size Cover-$225
SPA MOVING & DELIVERY
from $200.
Spa Depot (813) 643-3366

I 1 Water
1583 Vehicles

15' Fiberglass, Outboard
Trend, With Trailer, Just
serviced Exc. Condition
$800 obo
941-228-8414
SEEDOO 2001 Bombardier
w/trlr, ex con, 3 sweater,
low hrs, dlr maint, gar
kept, new cover acces-
sor. $5000.813-657-4270
15841 Boats
14'2004 PONTOON boat 4
stroke motor & trlr. On
Sale $4595. Call
941-355-3813
14' JON BOAT Lowe 1448,
Yamaha 25hp 4 stroke,
too many extras to list,
like new. Includes trir.
$4300 obo 813-928-8013
16' 1998 BAYLINER
BOWRIDER, 90HP, GALV
TRLR, SKI-PKG, EXCEL,
EXTRAS, $6500 OBO.
813-689-5531
16' 2001 Pro Sports flats
boat, Yam C70, SS pro
galv trr, must sell! 7
Wide, great shape,
$7500b863-581-7980
16' CAROLINA SKIFF 25hp
Johnson Outboard, has
trolling motor, 2 live
wells, bimini top & trir.
$3500 813-293-3979
16' Procraft Space, Blue
/silver 70hp Yamaha,
newcarpet, tires, ready
to fish. $3600 obo.
813-662-6432
16' Sundance Flats Fish-
ing boat, 1995, Live Well,
Casting pItfrms, ctr cnsl,
25 hp Yamaha, Elec.
start, new batt. + Elect.
trolling motor & Murray
trlr $2300 813 641-1289
17'Tracker Pro Deep V, 50
Johnson, 9.9 Evinrude
trolling motor, trailer,
top, electrics + more,
nice, $5,800.813-641-3892
17.5' ActionCraft w/1997
175 Evinrude, 1992 hull
polling platforms, live
well, xtras. Reduced to
$9500 obo. 863-660-2887
18' 1999 Seedoo challen-
ger 1800, 2 twin Rotax
engines low hours un-
der 10, freshwater,
$10,800. 13-908-8612
19' HYDRASPORT 1996
115 johnson OMC, jack
plate trim tabs live
OBO. 813-376-3286
19' KEY WEST 1992 120
Evinrude, magic tilt trir,
new axles/springs/tires
Bimini top, x cond, extras
$6,850.863-859-9597
1995 Mariner, 75hp with
Controls, 172 low Hours,
starts & runs perfect.
Will demo. $1500 OBO.
813-645-8267
20' 2000 YAMAHA LS jet
boat, w/trlr, twin 135hp,
seats 7,2 yr facwarr, dir
main, CD, and more.
$13,000.813-657-4270
'20 6" ANGLER 2000
Center Console, 150
Yamaha trailer, low hrs.
S* Like-New Condition*
$12,500 (727) 697-0816
20' HEWES (1995) light
tackle, 150 hpEFI, pope &
platform, trolling motor
aluminum trailer, $18,450
813.962.1430 813.997.3818
20.2' 2004 Hydrasport All
Electronics incl, Low
Hours, Take over pay-
ments or best offers Se-
rious only 813-684-9225
21' Mako C-C, 1987 w/200
hp Evenrude, garage
kept, Immaculate cond.
some electronics, w/aim
tandem axle trlr $10500
OBO ph813 641-0223
22' KEYWEST Ctr console
1999 200 Merc, am/fm/
CD, FF, cushion pkg., ex-
tras, trlr. 1 owner
$16,500 (941) 966-6007
23' 1989 Searay Cutty
Cab. 454 Bravo I w/trlr,
exc. cond. must see &
cruise, best boat you'll
own, will train, $11,500
obo. 813-926-9551
233 REGAL 1993 exc cond
has all the comforts of
home. $18,000 OBO
(813) 404-3435

24'2001 Monterey
Explorer Sport, Bimini
top, $21900 Call
813-299-3000
25'6" Cobia 240WA 2000
Cuddy 250HP Yamaha
SSII Lots of extras, H&D
kept well maint ready!
$34,00 813-716-5927


1584 | Boats |
28' SAILFISH Grady White
2001 w/2002 dual 225hp
4 stroke Yamahas, 76 to-
tal hours, many options,
$80K/offers. Call for
details 941-383-8929
31' 1972 Trojan, Cabin,
head, shower, stove,
hardtop, full windshield,
cockpit $11,000 obo
813-380-7230
33' 1975 Chris Craft
Flybridge, twin 350s,
needs TLC. MUST Sell.
$12,000obo
813-760-7702
41' Sea Ray, 2001, 300 hrs,
2yrs, factory wrty on
engines/trans. 1 owner,
loaded beautiful condi-
tion! New factory can-
vas. $269k. No brokers.
305-295-2847
Optimus Pram, Race rigs,
upgraded equip has
been to Nashn'l. All
needed access, inci
$1200 813-833-0165
BOATS Several storm
damaged and donated
boats for sale: 18'to 32'
Mike (727) 204-7988
1 Boat Slips I
585 Storage
PRIVATE BOAT SLIP & lift
with remote control &
work platform. 14K lb.
capacity, 32' depth, 13'
width. Concrete floating
docks on Harbour Island
directly in frontofGrand
View condos, across
from the Forum. Dock
#11. $65,000. Call Bill
251-929-1739 or fax
251-928-6694
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
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+ /mo. Secured loc'n
813-684-9171
New 40' deep water
protected boat dock,
ated, marina, restaurant
22 min to gulf, $500/mo.
941-586-3695
600-649
Transportation

16191 Automotive
Services
Bay Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warrarny
Auto/ Boat/ R
727-934-1731
Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
BMW 1996 318, 1.9L en-
gine, auto transm., etc.
Parting out, excellent in-
terior, tires, sport rims.
(863)655-4155
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z, all makes &
models, guaranteed
work. Great prices. Call
Bob 813-610-7887

27 Trailers
5x8 enclosed Hallmark
trailer. Good tires, rare-
ly used. Always garage
kept. $1700 obo. After
5pm 813-971-4838
2004 End trailer, 7x16,
side door ramps, lights,
V nose, black w/tie
downs $4400 obo.
813-935-4996
6291 Trucks Light2
Duty
CHEVROLET 1996 S10 LS
cold air, runs great, 5
speed, new tires new
timing belt & tool box,
104,000 mi. $2900.
813-892-9096.
CHEVY 1971 CHEYENNE,
1 owner, excellent cond,
restored, 400 engine,
auto, A/C, $7,250OBO.
Call (941) 586-3651
CHEVY 2002 5S10 blue, 4dr,
4wd pickup exc cond.
41k mi. Must sell, retail
$17k Will sell for $15,300
obo 888-292-7080
CHEVY 2003 EXTREME
17,000 mi, Black, 6 Cyl.
$14 999, Must Sell, hav-
ing baby! (813) 926-8684

Dodge 19991500 Laramie
Pkg, Power, Lthr, Infini-
ty Snd Syst, Big Engine
$9200obo. Call
813-661-0006,732-4811
DODGE 2001 Ram 1500
SLT Laramie, 49k mi,
long bed bedliner, 2
tone automatic, V8,
$9995obo 813-293-0723
DODGE 2004 1500 SLT
Quad Cab, fully loaded,
tow package bedliner,
bargain at $17I290 Must
Sell.813-672-1676
FORD 1996 Ranger with
work topper. 6 cylinder,
excellent condition,
$3000.813-783-1263


I62o Trucks Light
"" Duty

FORD 1997 F150 XLT,
Xtra cab, 4.6L auto, tow,
bdlnr, 98K mi, orig own-
er, great cond. must sell
$83Oobo (352) 688-0772
FORD 1998 F-150 XLT,
Loaded, 84K mi,
standard cab $9000.
813-621-0794


FORD 2000 F150, Ext Cab.
92K mi. great work
truck, $5500
813-300-3334

FORD 2000 F150 Lariat,
Super Cab Triton 5.4 V8,
Auto, Fully Loaded, Lthr,
Exc Cond! $12499 obo
813-935-6517/361-9308
Ford 2000 F150 ROUSH
5.4, ext cab, bed cover,
exc cond, 53K mi.
$17,500
813-486-1040
FORD 2002 LIGHTING
85,000 mi, White, Pick-
up, Auto, 2WD, 8 cyl.,
$18,500 o.b.o. Must Sell
(813)927-0185
FORD -2003 F150 XLT, su-
per crew, 5.4, tow pkg
23K mi, mint, beautiful,
fm cd senior owned.
$21K 813-933-5658
FORD 2004 F150 Lariat,
king cab 4 dr, Ithr, 2-
tone, loaded, bed liner.
13k mi, $23,500. 352-
592-8884/813-477-0269
FORD 2004 Sport Track
XLT, 19K, loaded, htd
Ithr 6 way pwr seats, bed
ext. CD, new $30,545sell
$21,500 obo 813-431-9118
GMC 1998 SONOMA P/U,
auto, A/C, excellent
condition, 1 owner, ga-
raged, $3,150 or best of-
fer. (941) 586-3651
GMC 2001 Sonoma SLS
Ext Cab. Under 38K mi 6
cyl, matching cap, bedli-
ner, exc condo.
$10,900 813-854-3548
NISSAN 1997 pickup,
black, 76k miles exc
cond, new tires, 5 spd,
AM/FM CD & AC. $4900.
813-434-5584.
TOYOTA 2002 Tacoma
Exc Cond, 5 spd, am/fm)
cassette low mi. $9800
684-5106 after 4pm;
744-8360x283 days.
Toyota 2002 Tundra Ltd
Ed, White, V8, 44k mi, 5
yr 100k mi warr, loaded,
lthr, keyless entry &
alarm, tow pkg $18,000.
Call 813-363-3460
TOYOTA 2002 TUNDRA
V8, auto, 37K mi., key-
less alarm, tow pkg,
Sw/plAM/FM/CD, new
tires16,500 961-8128
TOYOTA 2003 Tundra, V8,
21K mi., silver, step side
pkg, topper, xtra clean,
$21,500.813-244-5626

Toyota 2003 Tundra SR5
V6 Access Cab, BIk,
warr. step bar, remov-
able bed cover, extras.
$19,500.352-848-1112
S Trucks- i
630 Heavy Duty

CHEVY 1982, LONGBED
350 GOOD CONDITION,
$3000. OBO.
813-754-4403
CHEVY 1988 3/ TON, Good
work truck, new motor/
less 1K miles has pa-
pers, new air, brakes +
extras, good work truck,
$4800.813-716-3089
CHEVY 1994 Silverado
3500 Turbo Diesel 4dr
Crew cab, std & 5th wh
hitches, 122K, exc cond
$10,000' 813-961-2482
Dodge 2004 2500 4x4
only 4K mi, white brand
new. $28,500
727-776-7148
813-843-0707
FORD 1989 Econoline,
diesel, 17' box 159K mi.
A/C, auto, $5200 obo.
360-907-1448

FORD 1997 F-450 Bucket
Truck, 5spd, 37'versalift
PTO Driven, 94k mi,
lighted tool boxes,
$16,000 863-557-5029
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.

PETERBILT 2000 379-127
w/3406E Cat 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
SEMI TRAILER 48 ft. dry
box, good tires, new
brakes. Road worthy.
Ready to Roll $1700 (863)
665-1855/863-661-5376
TOYOTA 1977 LAND
CRUISER, 95K mi, runs
exc, some rust, very
restorable $3500.
941-723-3314

D630B rive

JEEP 1993 Wrangler, Good
Running Condition,
Soft Top, $2,900
813-930-6928
Want Ads







FEBRUARY 24,2005 THE COURIER 31


16311 Vans |
,CHRYSLER 1999 Town N
Country, 10" lowered fir,
lowered door, wheelchr
tie-downs, 1yr old con-
version. 727-492-1630
DODGE 1999 CARAVAN,
78K mi., 1 owner, non-
smoker, good condition.
$4,000 0BO. Ask for
Steve 813-661-7441
FORD 1988 E250 Cargo
Double Side Doors,
Auto, AC Power, Maint
Records, Good Cond,
$1600.352-584-6875
FORD 1990 E250 Cargo
300, AT, pwr, cold AC, 4
new tires & battery, lad-
der racks & shelving,
front cony, Red, perfect
$3,500.813-651-0062
FORD 1994 Van, full size,
E150, brown, wheelchair
lift, runs exc, LOADED,
$6900
863-666-6570 -
FORD 1999 WINDSTAR LX,
fully loaded, very clean!
76K miles, all power,
burgundy $6900.
813-966-3573
FORD 2003 Windstar SE
PW pedal, CD dual air,
remote entry A sec. sys.
exc. cond. 45K mi
$12,900.813-546-3337
GMC 1996 SAFARI VAN,
Teal, recent brakes,
tires & shocks, low mi,
good cond. $4,300 OBO.
863-858-2441 738-0647
HONDA 2000ODYSSEY EX
Orig owner, new Michel-
ins, 74K mi, PW, PL, rear
AC. Exc. condition
$11,900.813-907-0348
PONITIAC 2001 Montana
Mini Van 62 500 miles,-
TV/Video player, CD,
cassette Loaded. $9,500
352-793-2665
TOYOTA 1999 SIENNA
60,000 mi, Burgundy,
$11,250 OBO. Must Sel,
(813) 657-9394

632 Sport Utility
S I Vehicles
CADILLAC 2000 Escalade
Glacier pearl, tan Ithr,
20" rims, tv, VCR, DVD, 6
disc CD, 54K mi. Nice.
$23K obo. 813-996-3393
CHEVY 1998 SUBURBAN
LT pkg all options. One
owner, all records, out-
standing condition. New
Michelins. $8,500 (813)
254-0754
Chevy 1999 Suburban
150LT, good condition,
AC, pwr pkg, CD, Ithr int,
tow pKg, 75k miles.
$10,500813-310-9808
CHEVY 1999 Tahoe LT 4x4
White, with leather, 94K
miles, fully loaded, exc
condition. $9,999. Call
813-842-3529
CHRYSLER2004 PACIFICA
blk w/blk thr,AWD, 17"
chrome whis, fully loaded
w/ dvd, smoke free, fact.
warranty. Below book @
$23,995.813.817.5466
Ford 1990 Bronco 11I, 4
wheel drive, $2000.
Good Condition.
813-657-6694
FORD 1994 Explorer Sport
black/tan, fully loaded,
exc. cond., new Michelin
tires $3995 obo. (813)
855-N586; 941-809-3260
FORD 1996 EXPLORER XL,
all pwr, A/C, tilt, cruise,
good tires, good cond.
Serve reg. $3200 obo
813-634-4962
FORD 1998 EXPEDITION
Eddie Bauer, 4WD, blue,
tan Ithr, 132K mi, loaded,
arage kept, 1 owner
$10,000 813-245-77941
FORD 1998 Explorer Eddie
Bauer, White, Sngl Own-
er, Fully Loaded Exc
Cond. 63K, $8,500
9 813-928-13341D
FORD 1998 EXPLORER
XLT, 80K miles,
excellent condition
$8000.813-961-4298

FORD 1999 EXPLORER
Sport, Black, 2WD, 120KI
mi, A/C, allpower, good
condo. $3,90 Firm. As Is.
Call 813-643-3357
FORD 2001 Escape XLS
55K mi. manual red,
'exc. cond.$7500. Ruskin
813-394-7119

HUMMER 2004 H2 Black,
sand leather, sunroof,
nav sys, CDloaded, ex-
cellent cond. 1 owner.
26K mi. $47,000 obo.
813-390-0000
INFINITY 2001 QX4 all
power, 89K mi, pearl
white, 2 yr ext. wrrty.
exc. condo, nhew ti:e.-
$15,950.813-960-9116
INFINITI 2003 FX3S,
loaded, AWD,20" wh's
58K mi. Bose, exc. cond.
$26,900.813-672-4911
days. Cell 813-267-3421
JEEP 1984 CJ-7 4sp, 258
V6, new carb, purple
paint, 4" lift, 33" tires,
new top & new interior.
$6500obo 813-787-4794
JEEP 1988 Cherokee 4.0
New Blue Paint, New
Tune up, New Headliner,
4 dr $1,700 obo
813-416-5766
JEEP 2000 Wrangler Sport
Yellow, Excellent Condi-
tion, New Tires, 72K Mi
Selling for $11,500
n727-638-0381
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n Sport Utility
632 Vehicles I

JEEP 2001 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, low miles,
Ithr, all power, $8900.
Call 813-886-8167
or 545-5788
JEEP 2002 Liberty 4x4,43k
miles, automatic, CD,
hitch, running boards,
many options, $17,900.
813-818-2800.
KIA 1999 SPORTAGE
Automatic, 4 doors,4cyl,
66K miles, good condIi-
tion, $3,000. Please call:
813-874-9001
Land Rover 2000 Range
Rover HSE Rhino Ed. 62K
mi, loaded, gray on
black. $24,900
813-404-4676
Land Rover 2003 Discov-
ery SE, Bronze with Tan
leather 27K mi., 2 sun-
roofs, loaded $26,900
obo. 813-966-4113
MITSUBISHI 2001 Monte-
ro Limited, Orig Owner,
Garaged, Leather, Load-
ed, 74KMi.$35KNew
1st. $13,500 813-695-8824
NISSAN 1999 PATHFIND-
ER 80,000 mi auto, PW
PL, Cruise, White, One
owner, garaged, clean,
Auto., 2 WD, 6Cyl. $8,300
(813) 707-0514
Nissan 2000 Xterra V6, 2
wd, CD, running boards,
roof rack, all pwr opt,
70K mi, priced to sell
$8,900 obo 813-215-5538
NISSAN 2003 MURANO
SL-Silver w/tan Ithr,
12.5K miles, balance of
fact. warr., sunroof,
Bose audio w/6-disc CD,
pwr everything, beauti-
ful condition! $24,800.
Call 813-789-8988
SUZUKI 1987 SAMURAI,
rebuilt engine, air condi-
tion, good condition.
$3500.813-310-4911.

TOYOTA 1994 RUNNER
123,000 mi, Auto, 4x4,
V6, Ithr, CD, sunroof.
Runs great. Below blue
book @ $5,200. (813)
546-5808
TOYOTA 1994 4Runner,
151K, V6 Auto, PDL, PW,
PSR, AM/FM/CD, Tow
Hitch, Running Boards
Tint, $3,600 813-927-9672
TOYOTA 1999 RUNNER,
Limited Edition, exc
cond., fully loaded, 44k
mi, $15,500 obo. Must
sell. Call 813-300-2786
TOYOTA 1999 4Runner
Ltd, Fully Loaded, Must
Sell! Book Value
$11,600, Sell $8500 obo.
813-628-9018
TOYOTA 1999 Rav4 dark
green, spd, 64KL mi,
cassette, roof rack,
pw/pl, cruise control.
$7500.813-892-4916
TOYOTA 2002 SEQUOIA
SRS, 42K wht, new, all
opt, sunrf, Ithr, towpkg
records warr 100k-12'08
$27,900 813-760-3231
|634 1 Go Carts I
GO CART FOR SALE, 5 hp.
$700.
813-299-5519


|635 |1 Motorcycles
BIG DOG 2003 BullDog,
4,000 Miles Still under
warranty, Pearl White,
di $23,000 obo.b
I 813-748-21183
Fatboy Clone, Wrecked,
rebuilt Evo motor &
trans, S & S cases,
w/MSO's & receipts,
never titled $5000.
321-297-7430
HARLEY 1973 XLH recent-
l rebuilt eng. & starter.
New exhaust, rear tire &
battery. Saddlebags.
$3,900. 813-715-6103
HARLEY 1980 1000
SPORTSTER, Pearl, 25K
mi, xtras, exc condition.
$4500 obo. 813-610-8530

Harley Davidson 1980
Shovelhead, exc cond!
too many goodies to list.
Divorce forces sale
$7800 813.873.1614 days
HARLEY 1987 Sportster,
7K mi. new tires, cust.
paint, $5500 obo.
813-309-2629

HARLEY 1990 Softail cus-
tom, exc cond, lots of
chrome, Black & Pearl,
many extras $8,000
firm. Call 813-478-4685
HARLEY Davidson 1992
Dyna Convertible, 80CI,
loaded w/chrome runs
gre.aI r,,,'e rede! Il0.000
nirm i 38.54 3309
HARLEY DAVIDSON 19'6
Hern3ige Sotad Classi;c.
14K mn, Blue, nice
Daytona ready!
$13,500 obo 813-625-9229
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1997
Ultra Classic 63k miles,
loaded plus helmets, fir
lift 12ft trlr w/tilt rite.
$12K 813-503-6532
HARLEY 2000 Dyna Wide
Glyde,3200 mi. garaged,
exc. cond. red & silver,
extra chrome & bags,
813-831-6212 545-6247
HARLEY 2001 1200 Cus-
tom 9800 mi loaded.
Sampson Slasher pipes.
Her favorite color was
chrome. (863) 859-3283
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1635 | Motorcycles Classic
Harley Da44 Antique
HaDre avds,:n ,:,1 1 Vehicles
RoadKing. Cam r, I w10
A/C, many extras, much
chrome. $14,900 FORD 1924 MODELTTour-
813-671-1832, 748-8388 ing Car wall new wood,
new radiator & seats.
Harley Davidson 2002 $13,900.813-715-6103
FXSTS, Scream.Eag. FORD 1958 Retractable
Stage 1, Sam. Pipes hardtop rare automo-
Sadd. Bags, /shield: bile. Red/White. Needs
Tour.Seat Many Extras bile. Red/White. Nees
Ext. Warr. 09, $17 ,50 some cosmetic work.
Call 813-962-4479 $25kobo 813-571-0125
HARLEY Davidson 2004 MUSTANG 1969 COUPE
Electra Glide Classic, in- 351CI/375hp w5700k on
ejected, Black & Gold, eng. C4 tran Grabber
3600mi warranty, mint. Blue.14 000 obo.
$19,995 813-9-98 13-653-3521 after 6pm
HARLEY 2004 HERITAGE (2) 66 Mustang Coupes, 1
SOFTTAIL, 563 orig. mi., restorable, for parts
Red loadedfact. warr., CPwrIsteerin pauts
EFI. 'Must sell, $2K obo V AC skeering3,auto
813-785-2249 920-5345 352-254-0010 325
HD 2003 Fatboy, 100th PLYMOUTH 1978 VOLARE
Anniv. 3K mi, Black fuel 16,000 original miles,
inj, fact alarm, must sell stored in 185, 6 cylin-
ASAP! $16,900OBO der AC, new tires,
727-481-7834 brakes battery, hoses-
HONDA 1994 XR250 good $3,000 (813) 651-1910
cond new tank decals PORSCHE 1982 911 Car-
$159 obo 813-495-5610 rera Sports Coupe, cher-
or813-846-2233 ry redlow mi,fully load-
HONDA 1997 Gold Wing edw/Ithrint.Mintcond.
SE Beautiful bike, Pearl $15K obo. 863-529-8208
white,70k mi, fully load- VW 1969 Kit Car Maxi
ed w/many extras. Taxi, New Tires, New CV
(863) 859-3283 joints, New Floor Pans,
HONDA 2003 XR400 4 Removable Top,
Stroke Dirt Bike, must $2,500 obo 813-994-9367
sell, excellent cond. CORVETTES WANTED
$3,800. 1953-1972 Any Condi-
813-310-9175 tion. Serious Buyer
Honda 2004 VTX-1300C 1-800-850-3656 or
Candy Red, 3200 mi, vccorvette.com
Wndslid, Utopia Bk rest, WANTED: JAGUAR XKE/
Perf. Cond. Ext Warr. XK Healey/ MGT/TR3/
$9000.813-643-9326 MGA. Any condition.
HONDA 2004-VTX 1300 Cash buyer will pick up.
mint condition, garage (407) 620-6295
kept, 975 mi, Metallic 4 Automobiles
Blue, 3 yr warranty. 649
$7,950.813-948-2018 For Sale
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any ACURA 1996 INTEGRA LS
year, any cond. We pay red/black,5spd, custom
cash. Top $. Will pi wheels, upgrades, looks
up. Sales/Serv/Part & and runs great, 106K mi,
Acc.813-651-2522 $6,950obo 813-323-789R
THROTTLE FACTORY $6,9 b 8133239
T T TLEf arT, OR ACURA 1999 TL Silver w
636 Golf Carts black int, NAV, loaded,
owner 88K miles,
EAY GO2002Completely $12,000 great condition
reconditioned. New bat- 727) 424-8614
tery covers, windshield
& lights. $2400 ACURA 2000 TL, BIk/Blk,
813-634-1694 all options incl. Navig
sys w/pkg, spoiler,
GOLF CARS: 2002 E-Z Go sunrf Bosestereo 59.9k
$2000.2001 E-Z Go $1800' mi, $15.5K. 813-294-5027
E-Z Go 36 volt remain. BM 19 ic nv
cars $3295.'02ClubCars W 194kmi96 318ic5 spd, rcod/tan
$193 Calln800-571-1644 94k mi, 5 spd, red/tan,
S$193 Cali800-57 -1644 new tires, clutch & rear
GOLF CART- Club car, window. $10,500
Grn/tan, 4 whI w/auto 813-240-5495,876-8117
charger & top, exc bat- BMW 1997 3281C
series & cond, $1,460 Black/Saddle Leather
obo 813-300-0114 All Power, Well Maint.,
52K Miles, One Owner.
GOLF CARTS $12,500.813-961-9597.
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade BMW 1997 Z3 black, CD,
Chargers parts all relat- flawless, 114K hwy
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin miles, Completely ser-
Golf Cart 89 Club Car viced & ready for sale.
$600 or best offer. $9,900 obo 813-215-5538
813-982-0019 BMW 1999 750iL, V12, 4
813-365-0541 door, excellent cond.,
I V ils loaded, all extras incl.,
ecles bit in phone, reg srvc.
do Wanted $28K. 813-789-3637
DONATE A CAR Today BMW 1999 Z3 Coupe,
Help Children And heir Limited Edition ver,
Families Suffering From 81k mi, under warr, ,
Cancer. Free Towing. owner, exc cond,
Tax deductible. Chkl- $15,700727-505-7861
dren's Cancer Fund of BMW 2000 5281 M Series,
America, Inc. Black, tan int, Ithr, all
www.ccfoa.org pwr, sport suspension,
1-800-835-9372 17in. rims, tinted wind.
DONATEour carand $14,999 obo 813-645-1905
helptheblind.Tax BMW 2000 Z3, silver/
Deductible. Freetowing. black, low mileage, cd
Free phone card to changer, garage kept.
donors with ad #3456. $20,999 727-551-0013
Heritage For The Blind cell. Vehicle inSTpa.
www.taxdeduction.com BMW2001 X54.4grey/sil-
www.taxdeduction.com ver w/black Ithrint., CD
WANTED A sport pkg, sunroof, 43
F DEAD ORALIVE. mi., all svcs. Exc cond.
Carstrucks & vans $29,000.813-380-6192
Cash aid. FreeTow. BMW 2002 325i loaded
813.930.2464813.760.2656 prm & sports ook
CASH TODAY! mi ext'd warr, Harmon
For Cars, Trucks &Vans Kardon stereo Xenon stereo, Xenon
Running Or Not. h/Igts,Lt Blue Met paint,
813-630-9201 Or 39K mi, gar kept, mint.
813-728-7979 $23,900 813-855-7291
$$$$ CASH $$$$ BMW 2002325i, Black, tan
For Cars Trucks & Vans leather int, sunroof, new
Any Price/Any Time tires, ext wrnty, excep-
CALL ME FIRST! tional condition. 35,600
727-505-3882 miles. 813-230-4758
WE BUY CARS, trucks, BMW 2003 325i, loaded,
tow trucks, boats, RVs. sport & perf. package,
CASH TODAY! Any cond! oriental blue door, 20k
Free removal. To $$ miles, excellent cond.
Call 813-963-5508 ASAP $28.5 neg. 813-571-9113.
BMW 2003 330i, black
$$$ 4 CARS /black, prem. pkg. 6 spd.
We buy Good, Bad nay. sys. Ithr int. 12K mi.
& Ugly Cars!! perfect cond $31000
TOP PAY813-453-3136 813-541-4468 7 829-6497
BMW 2004 M3 Coupe, 8
CASH PAID mos old 6300 mi yellow
For Cars Running or Not! /bik, SMG, 19" wheels
We'l l come it up! alumtrim,perfect! $45K
Call Rob at 813-610-1535 obo.863-956-9126
Classic BUICK 1990 SKYLARK,
utd Claiquc Excellent condition,
644 Antique original 36K miles,
Vehicles $2,000. OBO
$ 7813-238-7247
CHEVELLE 1969 SS exc BUICK 1996 RIVIERA,
cond. $12,000.obo See it pearl white, blue leather
@ www.versing.com/ all power, 100,000 miles,
chevelle good condition. $5000
813-598-8017 obo.813-681-2366
CHEVY 1964 Impala SS BUICK 2000 Century,
Beautiful car. Show Champagne, Loaded,
quality. Manytrophies& Runs & Drives Great!
extras, $18,000 obo. 92K Mi, $5,800
962-915-3405 Greg 813-598-4663
Corvette 1966 Roadster CADILLAC 1992 Sedan De-
Maroon w/blk int, 327 ville, 112k mi, burgun-
4spd side pipes new dy/burgundy. Nice car.
clutch, exc condition. $2750obo.813-967-5483
$38,506.727-372-7808
DODGE 1966 CHARGER, Cadillac 1995 Fleetwood
Project Car, 383/ Broughm, 115k mi, Wht/
auto/A/C, not running, Blue lthr, transferable
rust. $2500 obo Plus ext wrty good to 11/06.
parts car. 813-478-1124 $5895.813-245-5594


I64 Automobiles
49 | For Sale

CADILLAC 1999 SEVILLE
STS-Gold/blk low mi
always garaged/servcd
like new, no damage
$12,000 obo
813-782-3281
Chevy 1998 Camaro conv.
White w/white top, Ithr,
am/fm/cd p/seats pw,
i, remote auto 64K mi.
$8,000 obo 813-495-9645
CHEVY 2000 Impala LS
leather, side airbags,
sunroof, 6 cyl. 40K mi.
exc. cond. $9500 obo.
813-932-2880
CHEVY 2001 Malibu 4
door, 57 000 miles, ex-
ceptionally clean! Well-
maintained! $8800 OBO.
Call 813-677-5575
CHRYSLER 1998 SEBRING
2dr coupe, V6 1 owner,
67K miles, A/C, all pow-
er, CD/cassette $4,000
obo. Call 813-884-8763
CHRYSLER 2000 Seabring
Cony, Wht w/Blk Top,
Low Miles, Great Condi-
tion $9,300 727-856-7528
734-624-5860
CORVETTE 1985 Coupe,
med blue, auto, pwr,
good cond, everything
works, $8,700
813-681-4916
CORVETTE 1996 Low
Miles 231(, Owner, Col-
lector Ed, Silver, Coupe-
Auto, $20,500, (352)
568-1826
CORVETTE 1998, black
with tan leather interior,
t-top, automatic, full
power, air, lady owned
w/ all dealer svc records.
$16,500.813-839-0221 or
813-300-3108
CORVETTE 2000, red/
black, 2 tops, polished
alum wheels, loaded,
37k mi perfect! $24,900
obo 727-455-4351
CORVETTE 2001 Z06,
bik/blk, 17k miles, mint
cond. $29,900.
813-757-0186.

DODGE 1997 INTREPID,
auto power everything,
am/fm cass, cold air,
123k mi, immaculate.
$2950.813-988-5437
FORD 1991 MUSTANG GT,
Show car, over 30 tro-
phies turbo, 600 HP,
convertible. $12,500 or
trade 404-0906. ,
FORD 1995 Mustang Red,
2 dr V6, Auto, 111K, Air,
Alarm Dual Airbags,
Call for more Info.
$4,500 863-859-2404
FORD 1997 THUNDERBIRD
LX, 6cy wht grey ve-
lours, 74K carefully driv-
en mi., N/S exc cond
$6500obo (727) 784-9358
FORD 1998 TAURUS 76K
mi, Silver, Sedan 4D, Au-
to Power Exc Cond,
Clean!, $3,000 (813)
841-4936
FORD 1999 CROWN VIC-
TORIA, excellent condi-
tion, white, great A/C,
all power, 50K miles,
$5,900 727-639-2969
FORD LARIEL PICK UP
1999, 57K Mis, immac
cond. Garaged. New
Michelin tires. Hardbed
cover auto. all pwr.
$13,800. 813-598-1752
842-1752
FORD 2002 Focus Z X3,
electric blue, 35K miles,
5 spd, cd changer,
spotless, $7,500.
813-323-3194
FORD 2002 MUSTANG GT
Red, 5spd Premium GT
Coupe. 30k miles. Per-
fect condition! 5 yr/75k
mile warranty. $14,300
(813) 382-8777
FORD 2004TAURUS SES
4-dr, CD, keyless entry
9800 mi., sunroof, leath-
Ser interior. $13,999. Call
813-949.1978
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I 1 Automobiles
649 For Sale

HONDA 1988 ACCORD LS,
4dr, manual, clean in-
side, runs good, minor
damage to rear$800 obo
727-430-2253 Mike
HONDA 1993 Prelude red,
5 spd, V-Tech, am/fm
CD, sunroof, clean, runs
good, garaged. $5495.
8f3-962-2760
HONDA 1994 Accord EX, 4
door auto, full pwr, sun
roof, running in perfect
cond, 100k mi. $3800
obo. 813-404-3376.
HONDA 1996 Accord 4dr,
runs good, cold AC,re-
built engine. $4000.
813-766-0339
HONDA 1997 Civic LX, 4dr,
auto, all power, good
maint records, runs
great, 148K mi, $3900.
Call 813-909-7848
HONDA 1998 Accord EX
Coupe, 99K mi, emerald,
moonroof, auto, CD,
cruise. Exc cond!
$7500obo 813-505-4060
-HONDA 1998 Accord EX
98k, all power options,
alum wheels, leather,
sunrf exc cond $6900.
813-237-8563 .629-8000
HONDA 1999 ACCORD EX
coupe, blkw/Ithr, sunrf,
all power, fantastic car,
garage kept, 88kmi, $9900
obo. Craig, 813.760.4961
Honda 1999 Civic EX,
white, auto, power
steering CD, moon roof,
13k mines, like new,
$9,000.813-978-1551
HONDA 2003 CIVIV HY-
BRID 43 mpg 80K mi,
Beige, Sedan, 5 Speed,
Leather int. $14,900,
Must Sell (813) 390-2306
HYUNDAI 2001 XG300L
Pearl whtw/all opts,
32k, lyr left on warr. Exc.
+ cond. $11,500 (863)
644-0859 /863/698-2065
JAGUAR 1978 XJ6L Black
chrome wheels, V8, AC,
CD, sharp,! Must seea
collectible. $2850
Call 813-989-9763
JAGUAR 1994 XJ6 Vanden
Plas, excellent condi-
tion. Well maintained.
81K mi. Gorgeous car.
Loaded, with options.
Must see! Only $5600
813-431-1876
JAGUAR 1995 XJ6,
garage kept,
exc cond, $6000
813-984-0077 OR
813-267-1476
JAGUAR 2000 S Type, 3.0
Carnival Red, Ivory
Leather, Beautiful Per-
fect Cond. $14,900
(352)596-6877 1 596-0700
JAGUAR 2001 X.J8 28,500
mi, Blue, Sedan Auto.,
AWD, 8 Cyl. $28,500
(813)230-1599 vg shape

Jeep 2000 Wrangler Saha-
ra, a/c, 1 ownercd 4x4
5spd, 4-cyl, cc, tilt, Good
cond, 90K mi. $14,950
obo 813-340-8087
LEXUS 2000 GS 300 Black,
leather interior, 4dr, 65k
mi, loaded, sunrf. Good
condition. $19,000.
863-644-0907 .
LEXUS 2001 ES300, 55K
miles, sunroof, 6-cd
changer, excellent con-
dition, $18,000 obo
813-689-5805245-6704
LEXUS 2001 LS430 22K
Miles, navig, Levinson
audio, orig owner, fact
warr, showroom cond
$41,000. 813-363-9669
LEXUS 2002 SC430 Cony,
good tires, GPS Navig.,
under 30K mi. Chrome
wheels. Warranty.
$45,900 941-228-1254
LEXUS 2003 300ES, 19,500
Miles, Garaged, Pearl
Grey, All Records,
$26,500
352-249-9186


649 Automobiles
649 For Sale

LINCOLN 1993 Continen-
tal 4dr, full pwr, cold
A/C, extra low mi, exc
running cond. $1950
813-846-0854
LINCOLN 1998 TOWN-
CAR, 56K miles, all op-
tions, silver, grey leath-
er, new tires, exc cond,
$9,875 813-714-4053
LINCOLN 2001 TOWNCAR
EXECUTIVE,. White/
Grey great Car, app.
74K hwy mi. $11,800.
Call 813-671-3446
MAZDA 1986 RX7, 5-spd,
86K mi, White, exc cond
in & out. Must sacrifice!
$1800 or best offer.
813-508-0804
MAZDA 1996 626 LX Load-
ed, Cold A/C, 161K,
White 5 Spd, New Tires,
NEW PRICE$1950
(727) 422-3435
Mercedes 1997 E320, 2nd
owner, garage kept,
dealer serviced 6 disk
cd 98k miles. $12,800.
811-431-4222
MERCEDES 2000 500SL
7500 mi., white, grey
int., flawless in & out, 6
CD plyr, garaged. $42K
obo. 220-0531/287-8455
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 2001 E430,
slvr, 37k, new, 6cd, nav
sys, loaded, records ga-
rd, MBwarr 100k-12 08
$31,900 813-760-3231
MERCEDES 2002 CLK 430,
like new! Silver w/Black
convertible top, all ex-
tras, $39,500. Engle-
wood area 941-374-0155
days, 941-698-9213 eves
MERCURY 1993 Capri
Convt. auto, green w/
white roof, new tires,
good cond, $1795.
813-779-4254
MERCURY 2004 Grand
Marquis LS Green, Ithr,
9500 mi, garaged, non
smoker mint cond.
$28,000 813-633-0991
MITSUBISHI 2003 GTS
Conv't. loaded, 64K mi.
$14,299 813-967-5849
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MUSTANG 1997 black
beauty 302/385 HP,
Cobra motored, all susp
& brakes are Cobra,
lowered 2.5", Muncie
quick shift 5 spd, Dana
possitract rear end
w/traction bars, AC, all
pwr. CD, Ithr int. 44K mi.
8850.813-477-7397
NISSAN 1992 SENTRA-
104K miles, good cond
but needs engine work,
$500 firm. Cal[after 9am
813-677-0661
Nissan 1996 Altima GXE,
blk/grey int, cold air,
exc cond, drives great!
59k miles. Must see!
$4500.813-363-3901
NISSAN 2004 350Z Road-
ster Touring, chrome
silvw/ blue conv top, V6,
auto, loaded, bose audio
syst, garaged, $32,500
bo 813-973-4840
NISSAN 2004 350Z
Touring,6 mos old, 7,400
mi, Whlt/Gray, auto nav,
loaded $28,950. List
$36,500. Visit
www.extrememotor
car.com. 813-250-9200
NISSAN 2004 Sentra 1.8,
Black 13.5k miles CD,
excellent condition,
$9900.813-477-8731

NISSAN 240 SX 1993, con-
vertible, Ithr int, 90K
mis. $2500 OBO.
813-503-7912

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649 For Sale

OLDS 1993 CUTLASS very
clean V6 auto, all pow-
er, AM/FM cass, A/C
115K mi, 4 dr. $2195
813-651-3172
OLDS 1996 Cutlass Supre-
me, 48K, pwr, Ithr, tint,
auto, CD/cass V6, new
ti- res A/C alarm like
new $4500. 13-833-7365
PONTIAC 1993 Bonneville
SSE, needs engine work,
very clean car. $1000.
all 813-909-7848
PONTIAC 1993 Grand Prix,
1 owner, 55K Orig Mi,
PW, PL ColdAC,3.1LV6,
$2,706-813-238-2237
or 545-5592
PONTIAC 2000 TRANS AM
26,000 mi, PEWTER Au-
to., 8 Cyl. $17,500, Must
See, Low Miles (863)
425-2133
PONTIAC 2001 GRAND
PRIX, loaded, all power,
well maintained $6995.
813-977-8212

PORSCHE 1998 BOXSTER
58K mi., silver w/ grey
Ithr int., 6 spd, mint, ga-
raged, new tires & bat-
tery $18,900.907-3672.
PORSCHE 2002 BOXSTER
Lapis Blue Savannah
Beige, 18" wheels, sprt
kg, exc cond. 37k miles,
factory warm. $28 900
obo or trade for older
911.941-322-0169.
SAAB 1999 9.5 SE 36k mi,
Exc cond. Cooled front
seats, AC, moonroof, al-
loy whis. Asking
$11,500.813-334-0233
SAAB 1999 SE9-5,3.0L, V6,
leather, sunroof AC
beautiful car, 60k mi,
well maintained. $9,990.
Call 813-832-9321
Saab 2004 9.3 Linear 23K
miles, good condition.
Color greyw/grey
leather int. Sale Price
$20,500.813-416-8159.
Saturn 1994 SW2 4dr, 88k
Sauto, cold AC cruise
control, AM/FM/cass.
Exc condition. $2950.
813-758:6032
SATURN 1995 S-SERIES, 4
door, auto, A/C, garage
kept, runs excellent.
$2,500 obo.
813-453-0124

SUBARU 1993 ,Legacy
Wagon 72k mi, great
condo, auto PW/PL cold
AC, AM/FM/Cass. $3500
obo. 813-380-4656
TOYOTA 1990 Corolla, DX
auto, A/C, 4dr radio
cassette, looks &
runs exc. $1850
813-758-1714
TOYOTA 1993 Camry XLE
V6, gold pkg, Ithr, sunrf,
pwr, ac, very nice, new
tires/timing belt. 137K.
$3500obo 813-503-6566
TOYOTA 1993 CAMRY
XLE, V6 gold pckg,
AM/FM stereo cass, Ithr,
keyless entry, 0lo-jack.
$4,500 obo. 837-9425
TOYOTA 1996 Camry Rare
5spd, all pwr, heat/AC, 1
owner. Looks/feels
new. Gold 91k. Must
see. $5900 813-249-6965
TOYOTA 1997 Avalon, 4dr,
Auto, AM/FM/CD, AC
64K Mi, Exc cond. $5,900
813-269-9770 3 264-5226
TOYOTA 1997 CAMRY
LXE V6, leather power
seats, cool A/C, runs
Great! 150K miles.
$4,800.813-784-1292
TOYOTA 1998 CAMRY LE
4 door, gray, auto, all
power, A/C 110K miles,
good condition, $5,650.
813-671-3305:416-4103
TOYOTA 2000 CAMRY LE
Black, auto, CD, full pwr,
83k mi, alarm, Garage
kept excellent $8600
813-645-4335
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TOYOTA 2001 Camry LE,
all power options, win-
dows, locks seats 51k,
exc cond, $8900.
813-237-8563 629-8000
Toyota 2001 Corolla CE
44K mi, AC, tape, great
cond, white.
$7500
813-299-0285
TOYOTA 2003 Camry LE,
Auto, All Power, Grey
w/tint windows,
25K Miles, $13,900
813-245-8017
TOYOTA 2004 Solara
convertible, new, only
200 mi. Must self!
Perfect cond. By owner.
$28,700 813-633-2222
VOLVO 1990 740 GL
Pewter w/ tan int, fully
loaded, sunroof, cold
A/C, Pwr everything!
$2300 OB 813651-9308
Volvo 1994 960 Sedan,
white, beige Ithr, great
shape, $3950. Very safe
& reliable.
813-671-2668 786-6699
VOLVO 1996 Wagon,
white, sunroof leather,
all power, CD, wood
g rain, 106K mi. cold AC,
6800 813-837-8761
VOLVO 1998 V90 Navy
Blue, Ithr, sunroof, 3rd
row seat, CD changer,
wood grain, 72k mi,
$9 995 obo (813)
289-8850
VOLVO 2001 C70 Convert-
ible LPT, 5800 miles, ga-
rage kept, original own-
er. Immaculate. $29,000.
813-503-1394
VOLVO 2004 S60 low
miles, has all the right
equip. $24,995. Several
thousand lower than
dealer. 727-787-3613
VW 1994 Golf III GL blue,
4dr,5spd,140k
much new, $2500
813-681-8396
VW 2000 Beetle, turbo,
silver, 19,600 mi. black
Ithr. sunrf, 5 spd. pw,
cruise dark tint, cass
$13,600.813-758-8324
VW 2002 Golf GL, Auto
trans, alloy whis, CD,
cargo rack, 31K mi. fact.
wrnty, mint, exc. cond.
$10,500 813-810-3247

VW 2002 Jetta GLS, bik,
auto, all wr, cruise, al-
loy wheels, sunroof, cd
exc cond. $10,500. Call
anytime 813-394-5070
VW 2002 JETTA GLS TDI,
Black, LOADED, 5 spd,
leather, warranty,
50 mpg, 32K hwy mi.
$13,800.813-663-0372
VW 2003 Jetta Wagon 4 D
GL, elderly owned, only
9k miles, alum wheels,
auto CD player, alarm.
$16,900.813-625-6456.
VW 2003 JETTA TDI 32,000
mi RedSedan 5 Speed,
2 WD, 4'Cyl. $13,900, CD,
Sunroof, Diesel, 620
miles per tank! Must
Sell! (813) 719-0090
VW 2003 Passat GLX
Grey, black Ithr int, non
smoker, loaded, sunrf,
no flaws warr 29k mi,
$21,000.813-766-4064
VW 2004 JETTA 1.8T
VW FACTORY EXEC'S
PERSONAL CAR. 5spd,
dash + 6 disc CD low mi,
mint cond. My'05 is here
$17,500 813-886-5790
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