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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE




THE COURIER
"URSDAY, MARCH 3, 2005 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


in the
NEWS


HOMICDE
Police release more
evidence in the inves-
tigation of the Kaiser
murder case.
PAGE 3


MURAL

The city may consider
purchasing property
ravaged by last
month's fire, which
might mean a new
life for a beloved
mural there.
PAGE 2


Bluegrass is alive and
well in Plant City.
PAGE 8


INDEX

CALENDAR
PAGE 3

CLASSIFIED
PAGE 211
CROSSWORD
PAGE 10
FAMILY LIVING
PAGE 8

SPORTS
PAGE 18

WORSHIP
PAGE 11


IN THE TRIBUNE
Here's a preview of
what you'll find in
The Tampa Tribune's
Plant City section
Saturday:
[i Admittedly
a "little bitty girl"
when the first
Strawberry Festival
began in 1930, Cath-
erine Fletcher Clark
still remembers bits
and pieces of it


FIRE RECOVERY



Healing



Begins


Business owners pick up the
pieces and enact plans for
future after the devastating
fire. Meanwhile, Angelica
Lockett, who admitted to
starting the blaze, sits in jail,
remorseful, says a friend.
ByTONYMARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Like the firefighter's water that finally
drained from her restaurant, Kristii Hen-
dricks' tears have dried up.
"Honey, I cried for two days," she said
as she stood in her Park-Side Caf6 last
week, with the smell of mildew and wet,
charred wood hanging pungently in the


air. "I'm over it."
The next day,
jeweler Joe
Grimes, who
operated in the
Olde Village
Shoppes, stood
on the sidewalk
across from his
burned store and
returned a shin-
ing, 62-year-old
engagement ring
to customer
Alma Rice, who
said she had
been "sick" with
worry since the
fire.
A couple days
before, Grimes
had cracked
open his 6-foot
safe to find the
contents, includ-
ing Rice's ring,
untouched by
the Feb. 21 blaze


Kristii Hendricks and Brian
Garrett, owners of the Park-
Side Cafe, sit on the roof
overlooking their kitchen last
week, which burned along with
the Olde Village Shoppes. On
Tuesday, they signed a lease and
will move to 110 E. Reynolds St.,
former site of Shelby's Restau-
rant, which closed last month.
At right, Angel Lockett, left,
talks with Plant City Fire Rescue
Capt. Henry Smith the morning
after the Feb. 24 fire. Lockett's
longtime friend Dori Lambert,
right, visited Lockett in jail last
weekend and said Lockett is sad
and remorseful.


Alma Rice shows off
her 62-year-old
engagement ring a
few moments after
jeweler Joe Grimes
returned it to her.
Grimes had the ring in
his safe in the Olde
Village Shoppes when
the fire broke out.
The ring and the rest
of the safe's contents
were undamaged.


that destroyed five businesses on the 100
block of Collins Street. The fire also
destroyed Hendricks' kitchen and the res-
taurant sustained heavy water damage,
and the Whistle Stop Caf6 suffered smoke
and water damage.
See FIRE, Page 4


FESTIVAL 2005


All Dolled Up For A Festival


The 70th annual Florida
Strawberry Festival begins
today with a new setup and
new attractions.

By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Lynne Dufour is excited she'll be out of
the elements this year.
Dufour, who splits her year between
Plant City and California, has run her


booth, Tidbit Haven, in the Florida Straw-
berry Festival's Strawberry Entertainment
for the past 18 years.
When the weather was nice, the tent was
fine. But in extreme temperatures or rainy
conditions, the tentbecame an oven, or a
freezer, and rain blew in the open doors.
"'It was miserable, but it was part of the
flavor of the festival," Dufour said.
Now, the tent is no more. Dufour and
several other vendors who inhabited the
tent during the 10-day event have set up
See FESTIVAL, Page 2


Renee
Meglan
shows off
Berry Sweet,
one of the
Precious
Moments
dolls she'll
offer during
the festival
from her
booth in the
Arthur
Boring
Building.





2 HE COURIER MARCH 3,-2005

FESTIVAL
Continued From Page 1
shop in the festival's new Expo Building,
which sits in the same place the tent once
did.
The $1.7 million, 23,000-square-foot
building is one of the most obvious of
several changes the festival made for its
70th annual event.
The building will house another new
addition, the Florida Industrial & Tech-
nology Competition, or FiTec, which has
students in grades six through 12 in Hills-
borough, Polk and Pasco counties dis-
playing their technological prowess and
competing for awards.
FiTec will be on display every day, all
day, during the festival.
The one-story building that formerly
housed the Neighborhood Village was
razed to make room for the Expo Build-
ing. The Neighborhood Village is orga-
nized by Hillsborough Home and
Community Education and features
competitions in a variety of arts and
crafts, from cakes to quilts. The entries
are then displayed during the festival.
On Monday, Neighborhood Village
chairwoman Anna Wright was working
with volunteers to get the display set to
go. The display has about the same square
footage as in the old building, but it
required patience and ingenuity to get
used to the new space.
"This year we had to say, 'Where are we
going to put this?' and 'Where are we
going to put that?'" Wright said.
Also sharing space in the new building
and first-time addition to the festival is
the IGX Interactive Gaming Experience.
Festival patrons can try their hand at


Florida Strawberry Festival's
Main Stage Acts
Performances are at 4 and 7:30
p.m., unless otherwise stated.
Thursday, March 3 The Oak Ridge Boys
Friday March 4 Charlie Daniels Band
Saturday. Mirch Aaron Tippin
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some 20 video games, free of charge.
Another new addition is the Bikes,
Boards and Blades show, featuring per-
formers doing stunts on bicycles, skate-
boards and inline skates. The show is set
up on the east side of the festival grounds
and runs several times a day.
The festival is taking full advantage of
the former Church of God property it pur-
chased, which extended the east side of
the festival grounds to Oak Street. The
poultry and rabbit exhibits, which run
every day during the festival, now have
their own tent adjacent to the Livestock
Exhibition Tent.
As in years past, the festival has a lineup
of decidedly country acts, many of whom


are returning after performing at least
once at the festival in years past. But
popular Christian artist Michael W.
Smith, who will perform March 12, is
playing the festival for the first time and is
the first Christian act to hit the main stage
in years, said general manager Patsy
Brooks.
Brooks said she was also excited about
LeAnn Rimes, another first-timer who
will close out the festival on March 13.
The quality entertainment comes at a
price for the festival, Brooks said, which is
why officials decided to up the gate
admission fee to $9. Also new for 2005 is a
$5 youth ticket for children 6 to 12 years
old. Children 5 and younger are free.
Earlier this week, in the Arthur Boring
Building, Penny and Fritz Simonecht
were setting up their booth, Penny's
Sculptured Leather. The Lakeland couple
use dyes and other objects with leather to
create art in various forms and has set up
at the festival for the past 21 years.
Penny Simonecht said she was looking
forward to a fruitful festival this year, but
said she'd also be thinking of and praying
for those who won't be able to have so
much fun U.S. forces in Iraq.
"We're over here enjoying the freedom
they're fighting for," she said.
To purchase tickets to shows, call the
festival ticket office at 754-1996, 754-2190
or 759-6313.
Headline. concert reserved seat tickets
are $10 and $15.
For more information, call the festival
at 752-9194 or visit www.flstrawberryfest-
ival.com
For a full lineup and more information
on the festival, see the special section in
this edition of The Courier.


CityMay

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OWNER EXPECTED
TO SET A PRICE
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
The city may consider pur-
chasing property ravaged by
last month's fire once it is
cleared of debris and if the
price is right.
That could mean a new
lease on life for the mural
painted by artist John Briggs
on one of the building's exte-
rior walls that withstood the
blaze. Plant City residents
have expressed a desire to
save the mural.
Dennis Spurlock, who owns
about 10,000 square feet on
the block at Collins Street and
Martin Luther King Boulevard,
is expected to let City Manager
David Sollenberger know how
much he wants for the
property, Mayor Mike Spark-
See PURCHASE, Page 15


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CALENDAR


Evidence Mounting In Double Murder Case


THURSDAY
Habitat for Humanity
seeks volunteers
Habitat for Humanity of
Plant City will meet March
3 at 7:15 in the Winter Visi-
tors Center, -03 Dort St.
The group seeks volun-
teers and meets the third
Thursday of the month.
Call: 239-2242.

SATURDAY

Youth parade
The Florida Strawberry
Festival Youth Parade,
coordinated by the Plant
City Civitan Club. will take
place March 5 at 11 a.m.
The procession begins
at 11 a.m. at the Farmers'
Market at the corner of Dr.
Martin Luther King
Boulevard and Alexander
Street, head north on Alex-
ander Street. then west
Reynolds to the Festival
grounds.

Church dinner
A roast beef/ham dinner
will be held March 5 from
4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Fel-
lowship Hall at First
United Methodist Church,
Moore's Lake Road in
Dover.
The menu will include
roast beef or ham, mashed
potatoes, gravy, green
See CALENDAR, Page 17


Corrections
Crosse Pointe Blue-
grass Band is not sched-
uled to play at Turkey
Creek Community Baptist
Church. An item in the
Offerings section of last
week's edition was incor-
rect.
Lorrie Morgan will
perform March 6 at the
Florida Strawberry Festi-
val. A story and photo
caption in today's special
section highlighting the
festival had the wrong
date.


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POLICE RECOVER WEAPON
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Darren and Heather Kaiser may not
have known what hit them, police say.
New information disclosed by Plant
City police indicates the Kaisers were sur-
prised by their killer, who shot both of
them with a handgun, police said.
"The victims were caught unaware in
the business office and both were shot in
the back of the head," said Plant City
Police Chief Bill McDaniel. "The weapon
was a 9 mm Ruger semi-automatic hand-
gun. We have recovered such a weapon
from the Fort Myers area. Lab analysis
has verified that it is the murder
weapon."
The evidence against the suspected
killer of the couple is mounting and mak-
ing for a solid case, police officials said.
Suspect Benjamin James Wibben of Fort
Myers is being held without bail in Orient
Road Jail.
Darren Kaiser, 37, and his wife,
Heather, 26, were murdered in their
home-based office just after midnight on
Jan. 14, police said. A five-week investiga-
tion led Plant City detectives to the arrest
of Wibben in Fort Myers on Feb. 21 after
he admitted involvement in the killings.


It appears that Wibben, 25, drove a
truck and trailer to the Plant City business
located in a wooded residential area
south of Interstate 4 with the idea of com-
mitting the homicides and stealing the
vehicle, McDaniel said.
McDaniel also said the 1995 Mitsubishi.
3000 GT that was stolen from the Kaiser's
property also was recovered,
as well as two laptop com-
puters that belonged to the
couple.
The biggest break in the
case came when Wibben
attempted to register the
stolen vehicle with a Lee
Wibben County auto agency. Plant
City detectives, using a
nationwide database, notified the autho-
rities of the missing items and other
physical evidence. While they were weed-
ing out hundreds of suspects Wibben's
name popped up. Police arrested him
after interviewing him twice.
Wibben is charged with two counts of
first-degree murder, grand theft and
armed robbery. If premeditation in the
killings can be proved, officials said the%
state could seek the death penalty.
"The state attorney's office will
determine what penalties they will pur-
sue," McDaniel said.


"The death penalty would suit us just
fine," said Ed Kaiser, Darren Kaiser's
father who lives in Forest Lake, Minn. His
wife, Maria, concurred.
"You have to wonder what is wrong
with people in this world," Maria Kaiser
said. "Someone who could commit such a
cold-blooded murder just to steal a car
does not deserve to go on living. We
should ask our representatives to put
pressure on the judges to get tough with
criminals. He probably shouldn't have
even been allowed on the street."
McDaniel said Wibben had prior
arrests, mostly driving related, along with
others involving suspected thefts. There
was no records available Tuesday con-
cerning any convictions against Wibben.
The question of whether there is
another suspect the case is not open to
discussion, McDaniel said.
"This case is far from over," McDaniel
said. "Our detectives are still gathering
evidence, talking with people and looking
at every conceivable point in this case.
We have some unfinished business to
attend to and when the time is right we
will release that information. We will con-
tinue our investigation into these mur-
ders and go wherever the evidence takes
us."


Sykes Joins Race For Group 4 City Commission Seat


LOOKS FOR EVEN-HANDED
CONTROL IN GROWTH
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Liesta Sykes has joined the race with
Robert P. Brown for the Group 4 city com-
mission seat being vacated by longtime
Mayor Mike Sparkman.
Sykes points to growth as the No. 1
challenge facing the city.
"Obviously we are already facing a
major increase in growth. And it will only
get stronger as time goes on," Sykes said.
"Growth will keep coming. There is no
stopping it. And I think it will be a positive
thing for Plant City as long as we grow in
the right ways.
"The city commission has to look at the
overall benefit to the whole community,
not just looking at certain segments or
particular areas. Plant City should
prosper over the entire area. I want peo-
ple to drive through our town, no matter
where they go, and be able to comment


on how beautifulit is."
A native.of Plant City, Sykes, 41, lived
her early childhood in a home off Ball
Street, and now lives in East Walden Lake.
She attended J.S. Robinson Elementary,
Turkey Creek Middle School and Plant
City High School, where she graduated
with honors in 1981.
Sykes attended the Uni-
versity of Florida on an aca-
demic scholarship where
she earned an associate's
degree, but fell one class
short of achieving her
bachelor's. '
Sykes "I am presently working
to change that," Sykes said.
"Following this semester, I will have my
bachelor's of arts degree. I should have
done that long ago."
Sykes serves on the Plant City Code
Enforcement Board, and ran in 2004 as a
candidate for Rich Glorioso's commis-
sion seat, which was won by Rick Lott.
Sykes came in third in that race behind
Lott and former Commissioner Marsha


Passmore.
"I learned a lot in that race," Sykes said.
"I went all the way through the process
and gained in strength as we went along.
My political team is still intact. We are
stronger than ever and plan to win this
race."
Knowing that growth will cost money,
Sykes suggests developers should pull
their fair share by helping to pay for infra-
structure and roads up front.
"We also need to support new busi-
nesses to locate in the Plant City area,"
she said. "We need new businesses to
provide jobs for the residents that will be
moving into the area in record numbers.
We don't want to be a bedroom commu-
nity to Lakeland or Tampa. Growth in
employee rich businesses will go a long
way to solidify the community."
"We are also going to have to increase
the size of our service departments in the
city," she said. "Police, fire rescue, code
enforcement and other departments will
have to grow to keep pace with the
See SYKES, Page 14






4 TlE COURIER MARCH 3;2005


FIRE
Continued From Page 1
"It's a miracle," Rice said as she
slipped on the 14-carat gold band and
gazed upon its diamond for the first
time in weeks.
Grimes of Grimes Family Jewelers
and Park-Side Caf6 owners Kristii
Hendricks and Brian Garrett have
leased new spaces. The Whistle Stop
has reopened after a week shuttered
for cleanup.
Grimes even kept his sense of
humor.
"My new slogan is 'Grimes Family
Jewelers, hot jewelry, warm service,'"
he said.
While the devastation is vast, such
signs of healing are beginning to show
as business owners try to regroup.
Meanwhile, Angelica Lockett sits in
the Orient Road Jail, faced with seven
counts of first-degree arson.
Lockett is remorseful, according to a
longtime friend who visited her over
the weekend. Lockett said she dropped
a lit cigarette on some bedding in her-
boyfriend's store, Mark Electronics at
104 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.,
officials said last week. Lockett was
arrested Feb. 24.
"She's just really, really sad," said
Dori Lambert, a friend of Lockett's for
some 16 years. "She said, 'I'm 58 years.
old and I can't believe I ended my life
for something like this. I've worked
hard and one stupid. thing has
destroyed my whole life.'"
Several of the affected store owners
voiced feelings more of compassion
and understanding than of bitterness
toward Lockett, who had over the
years showed a dedication in assisting
with the district's rebirth.
Aside from the physical damage to
the individual businesses and the his-
toric district as a whole, Whistle Stop
owner Jerry Lofstrom said Lockett is
part of the "human tragedy" that she
herself created by her action. He said
his wife, Marti, who also is a co-owner
of the restaurant, wept when she heard
the news of Lockett's arrest.
It's ironic, he said, that Lockett
"helped build up downtown and in the
end helped destroy it."
But, he said, "I don't think she
walked into the shop intending to do
the damage that she did."

A 'fragile' woman
A clearer picture of the hours lead-
ing up to the moment that Lockett
allegedly threw the cigarette has
emerged.
The morning after the fire, Lockett
told The Courier that she and her boy-
friend, Mark Simpson, had an argu-
ment.
Lofstrom said that Lockett came to
him two days after the fire but before
she confessed to say she was sorry for
his loss.
"She was very fragile psychologically
when she came to me," Lofstrom said.
"You could see it in her demeanor."
She also visited with Hendricks of
the Park-Side Caf6. Both Hendricks


and Lofstrom said Lockett's demeanor
made them feel as though she was
doing more than expressing sympathy,
but rather was trying to apologize.
"I looked at (a friend) Susie and said,
'Oh, God, she had something to do
with this,'" Hendricks said. "It's tragic.
It was totally a crime of passion."
"She is very, very sorry and honestly
did not mean for (the fire) to happen,"
Lambert said.
Lockett played an active role in
helping redevelop the historic district,
volunteering her time. She used to
work at the Olde Village Shoppes,
which also burned, for owner Vicki
Hawthorne.


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Vicki and David Hawthorne stand outside the burned remains of their Olde
Village Shoppes Tuesday as crews tear it down. Vicki Hawthorne said it was the
end of one dream and the beginningof another.


TONY MARRERO/Staff photos
Above, a member of the state
fire marshal's investigative team
rinses his boots before entering
the site of the fire last week. At
left, this photo of unidentified
Plant City firefighters by
renowned local photographer
Bud Lee had been hanging on the
wall of the Park-Side Cafe. But
cafe co-owner Brian Garrett said
it was knocked to the ground
during the fire and firefighters
battling the blaze picked it up
and placed it in the window right
next to the eatery's door. "It was
like it was watching over them,"
Garrett said.


According to Lambert, Lockett said
last weekend, "I've always taken pride
in the part I played downtown. Now I'll
never-be able to walk downtown and
raise my head up again."

Recovery begins
A bronze plate on the brick wall out-
side the Olde Village Shoppes pro-
claimed that the McGuire Building,
built in 1914, was on the National Reg-
istry of Historic Places.
Tuesday morning that wall fell to a
bulldozer as the building's owners,
Vicki and David Hawthorne, watched
from the sidewalk.
Vicki Hawthorne said she had a
special attachment to the building
because it was the first the couple pur-
chased and redeveloped upon moving
to Plant City. Watching it fall to the
bulldozer was difficult, she said, but
also "helped with closure."
"To me, that was a dream, and now
it's gone, but it's an opportunity to
build a new dream," Vicki Hawthorne
said.
With the razing comes a blank slate
to redevelop. The Hawthornes said
they plan to construct a three-story
building with retail property on the
first floor and residential on the upper
floors.
Hendricks and her business partner
Bryan didn't have insurance for the
Park-Side Cafe. Without a kitchen,
they had no hope of reopening in the
current building on J. Arden Mays
Boulevard.
They didn't have to look too far to
find a potential new home. The former


Shelby's restaurant at 110 E. Reynolds
closed just three weeks ago and sat
vacant. The key would be securing a
reasonable lease and coming up with
the money to pay the costs associated
with opening at the new space.
On Tuesday morning, they finalized
a lease on the space.
"I'm so excited," Hendricks said.
"The kitchen over here is huge."
Hendricks and Garrett plan to open
April 1, if not sooner. The new restau-
rant will be called Kristii's, which
friends suggested but Hendricks said
she was reluctant to use for fear of
seeming vain.
"They pushed me into," she said,
laughing.
A recovery fund has been set up
through AmSouth Bank to help Hen-
dricks and Garrett get the business
going again. Those interested in con-
tributing can contact the bank and ask
for the Park-Side Relocation Fund.
Grimes signed a new lease this week
on a space in the Oaks Plaza at 1701 N.
Alexander St. He plans to open in Suite
102 within the next few weeks, he said.
"Everything will be brand new,
including a brand-new, heavy-duty,
top-of-the-line, fire-proof and burglar-
proof safe," Grimes said.
Denny Spurlock is the owner of the
buildings that housed Mark Electron-
ics, Buzbee's law office, Yesterday's
Attic and the DUI Counterattack office.
He couldn't be reached for comment,
but has told officials he may sell the
property once demolition is complete.
Buzbee has moved his office to Suite
216 in the Young and Moody Building
on Reynolds Street.
"It's temporary until (Buzbee)
makes a decision on where to go per-
manently," said bookkeeper Debbie
McQuaig, one of Buzbee's five employ-
ees.
DUI Counterattack, a nonprofit
drunken driving education program
run by the Florida Department of
Highway Safety, operated a satellite
office at 112. S. Collins St. Counselors
conducted assessments of DUI offend-
ers and taught courses at the office.
The organization lost some
computer equipment, furniture and
hard copies of sorfie records, but noth-
ing that didn't have an electronic
backup, said director Helen Justice.
Assessments are temporarily taking
place at the group's Brandon office
and courses are being offered at the
Holiday Inn Express in Plant City.
"We feel fortunate," Justice said.
She said the group is looking for
another central location that would be
convenient to all areas of East Hills-
borough. It's been a challenge, she
said.
"The market's tight," Justice said.
Janice Wilcox, owner of Yesterday's
Attic, couldn't be reached for com-
ment. But friend and fellow downtown
merchant Ed Jones, brother of the
owner of Marian Jones Accents, said
Wilcox didn't plan to reopen her store.
"She was pretty firm, but people do
change their minds," Jones said.
Like Jones, Wilcox started with a
booth in the Olde Village Shoppes,
then moved up to her own store, which
she opened with her husband after a
career as a registered nurse, Jones
said.
Jones said Wilcox didn't make much
money, but like other shop owners ran
the business to stay active and in touch
with friends who frequented the store.
"You just meet your overhead and
enjoy meeting people," Jones said.
Mark Simpson spent eight years
building up his business and did not
have fire insurance, Lockett said before
her arrest. Simpson could -not be
reached for comment, but Lambert
said Simpson told her that he planned
to try to rebuild, though didn't specify
if he would try to stay downtown.
Jones also knows Angelica Lockett.
He said she "did a lot for downtown"
and that he wishes the best for her.
As for the historic district, Jones is
confident.
"We'll bounce back," he said.


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GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Members and volunteers for the Plant City Chapter of Habitat
For Humanity get together to clear a lot at the corner of Drane
and Carey streets where a Habitat home will be built. People
who wish to volunteer time or services can call Don Rainard at
707-0331 for more information, leave a message if needed.


Habitat For Humanity Chapter

Breaking New Ground


LOT CLEARED FOR
2-STORY HOME
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Volunteers in the Plant City
area have revived the chapter
for the Plant City Habitat for
Humanity, and are in the pro-
cess of providing property
and houses for selected recip-
ients.
A Plant City chapter built
two homes in 2002 on Ball
Street, replacing substandard
housing with new homes
mortgaged through federal
grants. Because the number of
available lots to build on was
limited, the original chapter
in Plant City dissolved.
Don Rainard, a supervisor
in the city's public works
department, was instrumental
in reviving the chapter.
"We have a core group of
local volunteers," Rainard
said. "Last year, we called our-
selves Plant City Friends of
Habitat for Humanity. We
were a part of the Hills-
borough County chapter at
that time. We were able to do
local fundraisers and earmark
funds for local efforts. But
now we are a separate chap-
ter, with a Plant City name."
Rainard and other chapter
members meet on the third
Thursday of each month at 7:
15 p.m. at the Winter Visitor
Center on Dort Street.
"We are looking for as many
volunteers as we can get,"
Rainard said.
A golf tournament put on
by last year's Friends Of Habi-
tat helped raise $6,000 for the


housing effort. That money is
still in the bank and will be
used to help build a home
scheduled to come out of the
ground this spring at Drane
and Carey streets.
The habitat home, with a
two-story design, will be the
first of its kind to be built by
the international organization
and its volunteers. The
uniqueness of the
construction is based on the
fact that the property lies
within Plant City's historic
residential district.
Donated anonymously in
2003, the property needed
special zoning and setback
variances to qualify for
construction on the property.
Realizing that the lot size
would not easily accommo-
date the three bedrooms
required for a Habitat resi-
dence, a building affiliate for
the organization researched
many approved Habitat home
designs and found a model
that fit the bill.
"Businesses and individuals
in Plant City are helping us
make this project work,"
Linda Goebel, an official with
Habitat, said last year. "I feel
we are all on the same page
now and this home is on its
way to being built."
The mission of the Habitat
for Humanity is to provide
decent, affordable housing to
people in need. The houses
are provided at no profit or
interest to the organization to
qualified families who could
otherwise not afford to pur-
chase their own home.
Last Saturday, more than a
See HABITAT, Page 14


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Thank the

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For those of you who care
about historic preservation;
and for those of you who care
about saving the visual
memory of the historic 1920s
Herring Drug Store; and for
those of you who care about
the future of the present-day
Whistle Stop Cafe ought to
stop and give thanks to the
Hillsborough, Tampa,
Lakeland and Plant City
firefighters.
Their remarkable job in
containing Monday night's
fire in downtown Plant City
was an example of classic
professionalism.
And for those of you who
reached out to us in the midst
and the aftermath of that


sinister Monday night inferno
we thank you.
Marti and Jerry Lofstrom
Plant City
The writers are the owners
of the Whistle Stop Cafe in
Plant City.


In mourning,

but thankful
David and I thank all those
in the community who have
called, written and given us
much needed thoughts, hugs
and prayers. Many lives and
livelihoods have been altered
and we mourn not only the
loss of Olde Village Shoppes
Mini-Mall, but our neighbor-
ing businesses.
We are deeply grateful to
the firefighters who
responded so quickly and
tried so hard to contain the
See LETTERS, Page 12


COMMENTARY


Rebuilding Will Be Testament To Plant City's Strenyl h


ByTONYMARRERO
The scent of destruction is
in the air in downtown Plant
City.
When the breeze is right, I
can even catch a whiff of it
here at The Courier's office on
Wheeler Street, that unmis-
takable, acrid odor of wet,
burned wood.
One look at the wound in
the 100 block of Collins Street
and it's easy to see why the
stench is so pervasive. With it
comes a reminder of all the
emotions that resulted from
the devastating fire there: the
frustration of the firefighters
who had to retreat from the
blaze to take what officials
called a "defensive" position
to fight it; the heartache of the
business owners whose fruits


of labor went up in smoke; the
sympathy of best friends,
acquaintances, fellow down-
town merchants and even
strangers for the plight of the
owners and their employees.
But something else,
something even more power-
ful, is already in the air: a
determination to rebuild and
to overcome the biggest
obstacle a business owner,
and a downtown historic
district, can face. Several of
those owners who lost all or
some of their business have
said they plan either to
rebuild or at least try to keep
their businesses downtown,
So at this painful time for
the city, this tragedy is a
reminder of something that
should be celebrated: down-


town Plant City, and the city
as a whole, is a desirable place
to be.
Gone are the days when
boarded up windows seemed
to outnumber those windows
with businesses behind them.
Plant City is no longer on that
perilous edge that left city
leaders, chamber officials,
business owners and resi-
dents wondering if the city
was going the way of the ghost
town.
A drive through some of
Florida's similarly sized,
"main street" cities is a stark
reminder of what can happen
when a downtown district
dries up. In these places, such
a destructive fire could be one
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FA MILY


LIVING


BETTY'S PLACE


ANNIVERSARIES


Bluegrass ConcertDraws A Crowd


It was a full house and the
thrill definitely was not gone
last weekend when South-
ern Star Bluegrass Band and
Buck Hummer and the
Pickups played at Wesley
Hall, First United Methodist
Church's new facility
(formerly the SunTrust Bank
building on Reynolds
Street).
My friend Bobby Savinis,
visiting from New York City,
was so impressed he said
either band could draw a
Big Apple crowd.
Fiddler Red Johnson, has
played with Bill Monroe,
and just celebrated his 80th
birthday. Happy birthday,
Red!
The Rev. Alan Beaver said
he was especially pleased
that plans for Wesley Hall as
a venue for events like this
bluegrass celebration seem
to be coming together just
as he hoped.


Truth or tale? I like to
think folk tales are just
embellished folk truths that
are passed down through the
ages. Florida folklore and
interpretation of folk tales
were recently the subjects of
two conferences at Florida
Southern College in Lake-
land.
Lauren Burtz, a freshman
business administration
major and daughter of John
Burtz of Plant City and Mona
Burtz of Lakeland, shared
her research project at the
annual meeting of the
Florida Folklore Society held
on Feb. 19.
Lauren, a student of
Alexander Bruce, associate
professor of English, joined
four other students to make
presentations. Very
impressive. Congratulations.


Bring home the trophies -
and the Plant City High
JROTC Drill and Color Guard
teams did just that when
they recently participated in
the 2005 District Drill
Championships at Zeph-
yrhills High School and
placed second and third.
Their efforts qualified
them to compete in the state
championships scheduled
for March 12 in Lakeland at
George Jenkins High School.


Phyllis and Joe Rawls


Special to The Courier
The Plant City High JROTC Drill and Color Guard teams brought home trophies recently after
placing second and third in the 2005 District Drill Championships held at Zephyrhills High
School.


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist



Amanda Williamson,
Ashlyn Robinson, Rusty
Hartline and Trevor Persaud
are never at a loss for words
and it has paid off.
The Plant City area
students were winners in the
Optimist Club of Plant City
Oratorical Contest on Feb. 21
and will advance to the zone-
level competition in early
April, and if they have
anything to say about it, on
to the district and then
national levels.
Robinson and Persaud are
students at Tomlin Middle
School, Hartline attends PC


High School, and Williamson
is home schooled. Congratu-
lations.


Calling all sailors. The
Plant City Arts Council is
asking friends and relatives
to join them for a StarShip
dining cruise on March 12
(cost $35 per person) from
Channelside Drive, Tampa.
A carpool will leave Plant
City's city hall promptly at
10:30 a.m., boarding the
yacht begins at 11, with
sailing and lunch from noon
until 2 p.m. For reservations,
call 754-2301.


Jeffery Martens, son of
Patricia and David Green of
Plant City, has his first
national exposure as a
graphic artist. His full-page
design promoting singer
Donnelyn Khourie's new CD,
"This One Thing," came out
in the March issue of
Charisma & Christian Life
Magazine.
Jeff, a graduate of PCHS,
lives in Port St. Lucie with his
wife, Bernadette, and their


two youngsters. Great job,
Jeff.


My prayers and condo-
lences go.to the family of
Ruth Frances Sanchez, who
passed away Feb. 22. Many
of you know Dr. Alex San-
chez, who following in his
father's footsteps, had a
medical practice for many
years in Plant City.
My husband, John, and I
met Alex, an aspiring
watercolorist, when he took
an art class from John out at
Cork School. From that John
and Alex shared a special
long-lasting friendship,
though Alex and Ruth moved
to Colorado and other places
before settling back home in
Plant City.
The touching memorial
service at St. Clement's
Church and the beautiful
close-knit, large family, are
an inspiring testament to the
love and faith of this very
special lady.
Send items to gabylee@ao-
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them to The Courier, c/o
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St., Plant City, FL 33566.


COMMUNITY ROUNDUP


Walk-a-Thon seeks sponsors
The annual Eagle Pride Walk-a-Thon
is set for March 18. The theme is "Cele-
brate Learning." The money raised will
be used to staff the technology resource
position at Walden Lake Elementary
School and purchase computer hard-
ware. Sponsors are still needed, call 757-
9433.

Blood drives
BloodNet USA will sponsor the fol-
lowing blood drives:


Palm Harbor Homes, 605 S. Front-
age Road, March 4 from 7:30 a.m. to 3
p.m.
Community Convalescent Center,
2202 W. Oak Ave., March 5 from 11 a.m.
to 6 p.m.
Call: 1-800-683-8355.

County volunteers wanted
Hillsborough County Commissioners
are seeking nominees for a variety of
citizen's advisory boards and councils
that advise county government on a


wide range of services and programs.
All nominees must be registered
voters in Hillsborough County. Appoint-
ments are voluntary positions and
members serve without compensation.
Citizens appointed may be required to
file a financial disclosure. Deadline for
applications is March 24.
Some positions have special require-
ments. Boards and councils include:
Educational Facilities Authority; Family
Childcare Home Advisory Board; Health
See ROUNDUP, Page 9


Rawls 60th anniversary
Joe and Phyllis Rawls will
celebrate their 60th wedding
anniversary March 5 at a pri-
vate party hosted by their
family.
The couple met during
World War II while Joe was
stationed in England with the
U.S. Army. He participated in
the D-Day invasion of Nor-
mandy, France, on June 6,
1944.
The former Phyllis Wheeler
was a native of England, and
the couple were married on
March 5, 1945, in Maiden
Bradley, England. They later
settled in Plant City, Joe's
hometown.
Joe retired from the Army
with the rank of major. Phyllis
is a homemaker.
They have eight children,
Richard, Darlene, Stevie,
Linda, Marilyn, Phil, Joey and
Nodie; 14 grandchildren; and
eight great-grandchildren.


Hilda and Wilbert C. Wise

Wise 60th anniversary
Wilbert C. and Hilda Wise
celebrated their 60th wedding
anniversary Nov. 12 at their
home in Springhead.
Their daughter, Brenda
Wise of Gainesville, hosted
the cake and punch recep-
tion.
The couple was also hon-
ored Oct. 18, 2004, at a recep-
tion hosted by their grandson,
Brandon Sims, and his wife,
Emily, in Jasper, Ga.
Bill is a retired self-
employed electrician and
Hilda is retired from Spring-
head Elementary School,
where she was a lunchroom
manager.
They have a son, Alan of
Tampa; two daughters, Kathy
Flentge of Cedarville, Ohio,
and Brenda of Gainesville; six
grandchildren; and three
great-grandchildren.





MARC


ENGAGEMENTS


Kevin Matthew Adkins and
Danielle Nicole.


Larry


Cali-Adkins
and Debbie


William F. O'Brien II and
Stephanie Faye

head Baptist Church.


Cali of


Dover announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Dan-
ielle Nicole, to Kevin Matthew
Adkins. He is the son of Chip
and Pam Adkins of Lakeland.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of the University of South Flor-
ida and is employed in the title
industry by The Closing
Advantage, LLC.
The prospective groom also
is a graduate of the University
of South Florida and is
employed in the home build-
ing industry by Mercedes
Homes.
A May 14 wedding is
planned at 5 p.m. at First Bapt-
ist Church of Dover, where
Danielle's parents and grand-
parents were married.

Gupton-O'Brien
Steve and Scharlene Gupton
of Plant City announce the


engagement of their daughter,
Stephanie Faye, to William F.
O'Brien II of Lithia. He is the
son of Billy and Glenda
O'Brien of Balm.
The bride-elect is a 1998


Jo]
Ga
an


Johnson-Couch
Mr. and Mrs. Michael D.
hnson of Peachtree City,
a., formerly of Plant City,
ounce the engagement of


their daughter, Ama
Michelle, to John San
Couch of Cartersville, Ga.
Her grandparents were
late Mr. and Mrs. William
Chisolm and the late Mr.
Mrs. Isaac D. Johnson of
nandina Beach.


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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Doter- 5. Doer Rd & Donning St,
659-2600

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
.llen (hapel: 1109 E. Laura St,
'52.'389
ffount Oliw: 1113I Mfadison St
Mount Olive: Horton Rd,
'3"-2628

APOSTOLIC
.Isamblea Ipostolica:
1501 (olson Rd. "3'-3496
apostolicc churchh
ofjesus Christ:
1212 W. Reynolds. "-5130

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant life: Pinecrest Rd,
Lithia. 685-421O
Betham: 9804 l arnev Rd.
Tbonotosassa. 986-5" 1
Calrarr fellowship:
1110 N. ordon it. 52-5005
Dover first: SR 5" & Pettie Rd,
689-.033
Faith Temple: 1.-4 at HtlL~borough-
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 Alafia: Corner of South Huy. 39
& Swilley Rd, 737-4656
Keysville: SR 640, 737-4803
Mount Zion:
1-4 at Thonotosassa Rd, 752-1614
Pleasant Grove:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-3529
Victory Worship Center:
County Line Rd, 754-6089
Sydney: Sydney Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of Sydney-Dover Rd, 659-0532
Turkey Creek:
Turkey Creek Rd, 754-5372
BAPTIST
Ahava: Turkey Creek Rd,
N. of SR 60, 737-3739
Alafta Baptist:
222 Alafia Church Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd, 737-3240
Berea: SR 39 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 Tbonotosassa Missionary:
McIntosh Rd, 986-4756
Harmony Baptist Church:
6008 W. Knights Griffin Rd,
986-7165
Hopewell: SR 39S, 737-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Huy,
752-4972
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
752-2006
Lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd,
754-5278
Mount Moriah Freewill:
Warren &Johnson St, 754-4397
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W. Ball St,
754-3834
New Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., 752-3985
Northside:
1700 N. Franklin St, 752-2779
Oakwood: Airport Rd, 752-5499
Plant City Primitive:
509 N. Evers St, 754-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-2556
Shiloh 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 Community 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. Granfield Ave,
752-1450
Wbitehurst Rd:
901 N. Wlilehurst 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 Si: 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, Nof SR 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)
Kingsway First: 2808 Kinsway N.,
Seffner, 657-7500
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
713 Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St,
752-6438
Gospel Tabernacle:
Allen & Haines St

EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
752-5061
HOLINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 W Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
728 W. Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Restoration Assembly:
106 S. Evers St.
Evangelists for Jesus Tabernacle:
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102

INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Growth Center:
1310 N. Shannon, 719-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 E. Tomlin St, 754-1133
Deeper Life Fellowship:
CovillaRd, Wof SR 39 N.
Revival Outreach Center:
225 N. Dover Rd, 681-2250

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:
3202 N. Maryland Ave, 752-3345
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church ofJesus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, 752-6364
LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd,
752-4622
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064

NAZARENE
Wagoner Memorial:
2402 Mud Lake Rd, 752-7863
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Calvary Chapel of Plant City:
2102 N. Park Rd, 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
W Mclin Ave.


Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffner Elementary School,
657-7914
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. 764-0929
Greater Love Christian Center:
1109 N. Franklin St, 759-8270
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E. Hillsborough Ave,
754-2674
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St, 659-2624
Youman'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 Huy 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
103 N. E ers Street
Downtown FPlant City
(across from City Hall parking lot)
754-3519
WORSHIP HOURS
8:00 am Chapel Communion
Service
9:00 am Contemporary Worship
In The Wesley Centre
10:00 am Sunday School
(Children Adult)
11:00 am Traditional Worship In
The Sanctuary


Evenings
www.theloftonline.org
Dr. Alan L. Beaver
Senior Pastor
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors
www.fumcplantcity.org






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BAPTIST
CHURCH
Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sunday at 9:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship Services
10:15 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Night Worship
6:15 p.m.
Activities for Children
& Students: 6:00 p.m.
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WORSHIP


OFFERINGS

Gospel show
Mount Zion Assembly of
God, 3005 Thonotosassa Road,
will host a gospel sing featur-
ing The Duncan Family and
other artists March 4 at 7 p.m.
Call: 752-1614.

Southern gospel music
Church of God of Prophecy,
11607 Grovewood in Thonoto-
sassa, will present the Gibbs
Family and the Spiritual Ser-
vants March 5 at 7 p.m.
Refreshments will be served
and a freewill offering will be
taken.
Call: Dee Pitts, 752-2778.

Skyline Boys Quartet
The Skyline Boys Quartet
from Manassas, Va., will be in
concert March 6 during the 10:
30 a.m. service at Plant City
Community Church of the


Nazarene, 2402 Mudlake
Road. They will also appear at
the 9:30 a.m. contemporary
service.
Call: 752-7863.

Harmony Baptist plans
Anniversary Jubilee
Harmony Baptist Church,
6008 W. Knights Griffin Road,
will host its 11th anniversary
Jubilee March 6-11. Service
times are 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Sunday and at 7 p.m. nightly.
Featured speakers will be
David Sommerdorf and Jim
Roland.
Call: 986-7165.

Shiloh Baptist Church
Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104
West Cason St., offers Sunday
school for all ages on Sundays
at 9 a.m.; Sunday worship
services at 10:15 a.m. and 6
p.m.; and Wednesday Night
Worship at 6:15 p.m. Activities
for children and students start


at 6 p.m.
Call: 752-8345.

Greek grammar course
A course in New Testament
Greek grammar will be offered
Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m.
March 8 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.

Lord of Life events
Lord of Life Lutheran
Church, 2104 Mud Lake Road,
offers the following:
Lenten services, Wednes-
days through March 16 at 6:45
p.m. There will be a light
Lenten meal on those eve-
nings from 6 to 6:30 p.m.
Palm Sunday, March 20,
the Lord of Life choir will pres-
ent a special cantata titled,
"God So Loved the World," a
celebration to begin the
spiritual preparation for the


observation of holy week and
Easter.
Holy week services There
will be special services in
observance of Maundy Thurs-
day on March 24 and Good
Friday on March 25. Both
services begin at 7 p.m. Easter
Sunday, March 27, services
will be at the usual times of 8:
30 a.m. for the contemporary
service and 10:30 a.m. for the
traditional service, with the
Christian education hour at 9:
30 a.m.
Call: 752-6064.

'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. It is held
during Lent and is meant as a


DEATHS


Arrighi
Adolph'"Jim" Arrighi, 87, of Plant City
died Feb. 13.
He is survived by his wife, Janet; a son,
Victor; a daughter, Beverly Gilbreth; a
brother, Louie; and three grandchildren.


Peace Cremation Services.

Maharry
Mary F. Maharry, 74, of Lakeland died
'Feb. 20.


She was born in Milla, Ga., and was a
longtime resident of Lakeland and a wait-
ress.
She is survived by a daughter, Judy of
Lakeland; and two grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.


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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. 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.



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Steve Solomon, president of the Plant City Rotary, left,
helps with the ribbon cutting for the new park along with
Plant City's Recreation and Parks Department superinten-
dent Jack Holland, Mayor Mike Sparkman, and Teresa Lott,
president of the Plant City Daybreak Rotary. Others who
helped with the project form a line on the bridge.


iay

For All

At left, Elise Barrow swings i
on the bars of the new |
playground equipment at
Gilchrist Park, located on
Pennsylvania Avenue just
north of Baker Street. Plant
City's two Rotary clubs
donated $100,000 for the j
new equipment that is
compliant with the Ameri-
cans with Disabilities Act.
The city spent another
$100,000 for improvements
to the restrooms, parking,
landscaping and more. At
right, Megan Sparkman of
Plant City exits one of the
play elements at the 2,400-
square foot-park. The park
features active areas that
are lower and wider for V
better access to disabled
users and was built over a
rubberized surface for
enhanced safety.


LETTERS
Continued From Page 7
fire, and the special investigative task
team, including the dog, Xena, for a
thorough and quick investigation.
We give a special thanks to the city
of Plant City, Mayor Mike Sparkman,
City Manager David Sollenberger, City
Fire Marshal Delmar Jackson and the
Plant City Police Department. With
the assistance of Plant City Fire Chief
George Shiley and Kimball Wethering-
ton and staff, we were able to contact
many of our consignors to retrieve any
salvageable personal property.
We will greatly miss our customers
who supported our efforts at Olde
Village, and especially Rhonda
Weaver, whose professionalism in
managing the store has been deeply
appreciated over the past year. Diane
Hunter, comptroller for Hawthorne
Management, has not only had to
conduct our normal day-to-day
business, but manually reconstruct all
computer generated receipts lost in
the fire. We can now see that all
vendors and consignors will be paid
for their sale for the month of Febru-
ary.
The shock of losing the building was
difficult enough, but to learn it was
arson committed by a former
employee is mind-numbing. Sadly,
David had to terminate Angel Lockett,
an employee from five years ago, who
we had always treated with kindness


and professionalism. We have had no
contact with her since then and were
grieved to learn the press has been
misinformed and certain other parties
have misstated that our terminating
her was a factor in such a devastating
act. Her confession and remorse have
been clearly stated in the Feb. 25,
2005, issue of The Tampa Tribune.
They say crisis always brings out the
worst and best in people, and in such
a tragedy it is often the case that
incorrect facts are given public
attention. No one has reported the
trespassing of our condemned
property, the out-of-pocket expenses
and 24-hour measures that we've had
to take for the safety and security of
our tenants and vendors, their
property and the attempts to
reconstruct records and contacts. All
tenants had signed an agreement
holding our business harmless for any
damages and were responsible for
providing insurance for their mer-
chandise.
We are truly saddened that some
did not have coverage and we mourn
their loss. Many have asked about the
jeweler, and we are happy to report.
that all his merchandise in the
fireproof safe, including his father's
watch and grandfather's portrait, was
successfully recovered.
Our lack of public emotion does not
mean we are not heartbroken. David
and I lost our wedding portrait, signed
by all our wedding guests, poems
written by my mother and daughter, a


nine-year collection of gifts from
friends, customers and vendors,
including a gift print by our good
friend, John Briggs.
However, David and I were both
raised to keep a stiff upper lip in a
crisis, respond quickly and responsi-
bly and move on to the future. In
order to do that we have been working
from day one with the city of Plant
City, architect Stephanie Ferrell, and
others to rebuild something we can all
be proud of.
It will hopefully be a phoenix, risen
from the ashes. We've also spoken to
the chamber of commerce and city
and hope to have a limited brick sale
fundraiser to help preserve the mural,
and hope our town will support this
effort.
God bless all who were hurt by this
tragic fire and may God give us the
strength to rebuild and survive this
tragedy in enduring ways.
Vickie and David Hawthorne
Plant City
The writers are the owners of the
Olde Village Shoppes Mini Mall,
destroyed by last month's fire.


This too shall pass
As I watched the ribbon cutting at
Gilchrist Park Saturday for Rotary's
playground for disabled children I
noted that we are the strength of our
community and the hope for our


town. The blue roofs of our neighbor-
hood under recovery were now a
backdrop for the blue domes of the
playground equipment.
Many of us have been together as
civic volunteers for over 25 years. I
remembered Jim Buzbee working the
concession stand at Plant City Little
League. In those days it was a function
performed by the mothers. He was a
single parent wanting to do his part
supporting the organization. I have no
doubt of his ability to recover from the
fire as he and our town both have the
right stuff.
I invite you to turn to the book of
Ecclesiastes, the first chapter, verses 3
through 10.
It reads: "What does man gain from
all his labor at which he toils under
the sun? Generations come and
generations go, but the earth remains
forever. The sun rises and the sun sets,
and hurries back to where it rises. The
wind blows to the south and turns to
the north; round and round it goes,
ever returning on its course. All
streams flow into the sea, yet the sea is
never full. To the place the streams
come from, there they return again.
All things are wearisome, more than
one can say. The eye never has
enough of seeing, nor the ear its fill of
hearing. What has been will be again,
what has been done will be done
again; there is nothing new under the
sun. Is there anything of which one

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MARCH 3, 2005 "THE COURIER413 '


LETTERS
Continued From Page 12
can say, 'Look! This is some-
thing new?' It was here
already, long ago; it was here
before our time."
As our dear friend Nettie
Mae Draughon would say,
"This too shall pass."
Fran Neilsen
Plant City

Bush doesn't care

about retirees
Lily Tomlin is supposedly
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how cynical I get, I can't keep
up." While extreme cynicism
can easily lead to deep
depression, it is essential if we
are to make sense of what is
happening in this country
today.
A good example is the
current effort of the Bush


administration to change
Social Security in order to
save it for future retirees. For
anyone who thinks that
George Bush and the rest of
his "compassionate
conservative" cohorts care
about working-class retirees,
present or future, I am
prepared to offer, at a deeply
discounted fee, a simple deed
to the Brooklyn Bridge.
So what are the real reasons
for changing Social Security?
One reason is that conserva-
tives want to destroy the
Social Security system and
this is just the first step. This
may or may not be true as you
can't believe everything you
hear.
Another, less obvious
reason is that it is a form of
"revenue enhancement,"
which is Bush-speak for a tax
increase.
This is how it would work: a
large portion of the money
invested in private accounts
would undoubtedly go to


purchase government bonds.
This money would go directly
into the treasury where it
could be used for any purpose
until the worker retired. It
would, of course, have to be
paid back with interest when
the worker retired but that
could be many years down
the road. For example, a
young person starting to pay
into the system at age 20 and
retiring at age 70 would be
giving the government use of
his money for a period of 50
years before it had to start
paying it back.
But, you may ask, what will
happen if the government
continues to spend money at
the present rate and there is
nothing left to pay benefits
when I retire? Not to worry. If
you have invested wisely you
will be able to sell your
bridge, which with inflation
and all, should bring you a
tidy profit.
Palmer G. Wall
Plant City


ENGAGED
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SYKES
Continued From Page 3
expected growth. At the same time, we have to
ensure that our drinking water is plentiful and
safe. We must stay on top of the curve by con-
sidering improvements to roads and infra-
structure that supports current and future
growth."
Sykes said she can bring an expertise to the
city commission that is strengthened by her
experience and love of the community.
"I can bring the heartbeat of the people to
the commission," she said. "I can represent the


HABITAT
Continued From Page 5
dozen volunteers gathered at the Drane Street
site and helped clear the lot for the coming
construction.
A.W. 'Moore of A.W. Moore Equipment
donated the use of a large front-end loader,
and his son Michael provided a dump truck to
haul away debris. Piles of underbrush, limbs,
junk and refuse was stacked, loaded and hauled
away. The volunteers spent the best part of the
day working on the site, but thousands of dol-
lars were saved by their efforts, Rainard said.
"This entire effort, from the acquisition of
available land, its clearing, the construction of
the home and associated landscaping is all
done with the help of donations and volun-
teers," he said. "We feel that a new day has
come in Plant City, and Habitat for Humanity
will do a lot of good for a lot of good people."
One of the criteria used in determining who
will qualify for a Habitat home is personal
involvement. The prospective home owner
must be involved in 500 hours of volunteer
work on the property to be lived in, and to help
in other volunteer efforts. The prospective


families, all the families in the area at the com-
mission. I want a safe and neighborly life for
myself and for the whole community."
For the last 18 years Sykes has worked for the
Florida Department of Children and Families.
She is presently the operations and manage-
ment consultant for education and training.
"Because of my commitment and love for
Plant City, I can bring a strong desire to benefit
the entire community in strengthening our
historic town," she said. "I can bring a diversity
of ideas that will help us provide schools,
strong schools for our children, a new pride in
every neighborhood, and a new determination
to make Plant City the great town that it always
should be."


homeowner must have gainful employment,
must be able to pay on the mortgage as con-
tracted, and maintain the property to an estab-
lished standard.
"We also look for help from the community,"
Rainard said. "Contractors, supply companies,
roofers, carpenters, painters, tile setters, we
need them all to help us with labor and
material."
Rainard's close ties to the city should come
in handy when identifying property available
for use.
"We are already in negotiations with another
piece of property inside the city that will suit
our needs," Rainard said. "Some property is
only suited for limited development. Donating
land, or selling property to the Plant City chap-
ter can satisfy many different needs."
Anyone interested in helping the Plant City
Chapter of Habitat for Humanity, or to get
information on upcoming fundraisers, includ-
ing a bike run scheduled for May, can call Rain-
ard at 707-0331 and leave a message.


COMMENT
Continued From Page 7
of the last nails in the coffin
for a district that people no
longer frequent and from
which merchants flee, never
to return.
There are many things that
account for why Plant City is
different from these places.
Of course, our location
between to major metropoli-
tan areas and right next to the
interstate that connects them
is a big factor.
But that wouldn't mean
much without our proactive
city leaders who have
planned well and who aren't
afraid to put money into the
kind of cosmetic improve-
ments that are worth so much
more than their monetary
cost.
We have a vibrant, active
chamber of commerce that
has not just ideas to make
Plant City better but the
leadership and volunteers to
make it happen.

There is the East Hills-
borough Historical Society,
which has acted as a fine
steward of Plant City's
history, and the Historical
Resources Board, which
undertakes the often thank-
less job of making sure rightly
high standards are met in the
historic district.
We have residents, whether
lifelong or recent transplants,
who love it here, who can't


imagine living anywhere else,
and who want to support
local businesses because they
know that doing so makes
Plant City a better place to be.
But perhaps most impor-
tant to recognize right now,
post-fire, are the business
owners, both downtown and
citywide, who invest their
time and money, heart and
soul, to make a living here by
offering their goods and
services. Time and again in
my travels around the city, I
hear the same thing from
them, about dedicated
clienteles, supportive fellow
store owners, even friendly
competitors, all of which,
they say, makes Plant City a
great place to do business.
While our condolences go
out to the business owners
who lost so much last week,
the tragedy also serves as an
encouraging reminder for us
to be thankful for all the
components that make our
downtown the kind that can
suffer such a wound without
fear that the wound would
will heal.
Sooner than later on
Collins Street, the scent of
destruction will be replaced
by that of construction.
And I do love the scent of a
hot saw through fresh
lumber.

Tony Marrero is editor of
The Courier. He can be
reached at tmarrero@media
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man said Tuesday.
Once the city has an asking
price, the commission would
decide whether it was in the
best interest of the city to pur-
chase the property, Sparkman
said.
The buildings on Spurlock's
property housed Mark
Electronics, where the fire
started, attorney James Buz-
bee's law office, the DUI
Counterattack center, and
Yesterday's Attic antique
shop.
Sparkman said property in
the area has gone for between
$7 to $10 per square foot. He
said the city would probably
consider the purchase if the
asking price comes in at
$100,000 or less.
By law, Spurlock has 30
days to clear the property of
the debris left by the fire. He
could not be reached for com-
ment, but Sparkman said
Spurlock has given the city
some time to figure out what
to do with the mural.
Sparkman said moving the
wall on which Briggs painted
the mural some 30 years ago is
cost prohibitive. He received
an estimate last weekend of
about $100,000, he said.
The majority of the wall is
made of sand brick, but the
top three feet was added later
and constructed of cinder-
block. That makes it relatively
unstable, Sparkman said, but
likely stable enough that it is
not in imminent danger of
falling.
"We have to explore every


Photo courtesy Al Berry
The morning after fire ravaged the 100 block of South Collins
Street, John Briggs stands in front of the mural he painted 30
years ago on the property's southern wall. Residents hope it can
be saved.


avenue and then make a
reasonable decision," Spark-
man said.
Plant City residents includ-
ing Kim Mitchell have said the
mural is a classic piece of city
history and should be saved
for posterity.
"I want to see future
generations enjoy it," Mitchell
said.
Briggs, husband of Courier
columnist Betty Briggs, said
he hopes the mural is saved
but admitted he is reluctant to
lead the charge.
"It was a gift to the town,"
Briggs said. "I'm honored that
the people felt close to it."
A Plant City resident who


wished to remain anonymous
called The Courier last week to
pledge $1,000 toward the
effort to save the mural. Vicki
and David Hawthorne have
said they may sell bricks left
from the McGuire Building,
which housed their Olde Vil-
lage Shoppes and burned
along with Spurlock's
property, for keepsakes and
put the money toward any
effort to save it.
Mitchell said the mural is
much more than paint on a
wall and would do anything
she could to help save it.
"It's a symbol of what Plant
City is, strong and
determined," Mitchell said.


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coffee. The cost is $6 per adult and
$2.50 per child.
Call: Nell Bowdoin, 659-1138.

Unity fundraiser
Unity in the Community, a fund-
raising 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 sau-


sage, chips, cookies, cakes and pie, and
coffee, soda and water.
The next sale will be during the
March 5 Bike Fest.
Call: 752-1275.

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Saturday of every month from 5 to 9
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SPORT TS


SHARP CUTS


Raider Girls Roll


Along In Tennis


I haven't had time to go
back through the annals of
high school girls tennis, but I
have to imagine that what
happened last week could be
a first.
Plant City defeated
Chamberlain 4-3. That is not
a first. The Raiders have
been very respectable in
tennis for quite some time,
but how they won is pretty
striking.
Both of the Raiders' top
two players got beat by the
score of 6-0, 6-0.
Now, I have probably
looked at more high school
tennis box scores than the
average person and when a
team puts up a couple of
"double bagels" like that,
we're talking about a domi-
nant team and a usual 7-0
sweep of the matches.
But the Raiders, obviously,
are a bit deeper than the
Chiefs. Plant City's third,
fourth and fifth players all
won, and the Raiders took
the No. 2 doubles match and
what do you know? That
spells a 4-3 victory.
The key match was at No.
4, where Staci Watson won
the first set, 7-5, lost the
second set, 6-4, and won the
decider, 6-0. Watson then
teamed up with Rachel
Sperry for another close
victory: 7-5, 6-3.
Plant City was 3-0 with the
win.
Durant's girls improved to
2-2 last week by beating
Bloomingdale, 6-1. It was a
more conventional victory
as the Cougars' top three
(Alyssa Young, Erica Rogers,
Mary Beth Morse) all won.


DAREK
SHARP


On the diamonds
The Raiders softball squad
got an uplifting win Friday
night, 4-3, over Riverview to
improve to 4-1 on the
season. Pitcher MacKenzie
Dawson has earned all four
Raider wins.
Both the softball and
baseball teams are already
into their district schedules.
And Durant got an enor-
mous early win in baseball
Saturday, 6-1, over Bloo-
mingdale. Tony Garcia
allowed just three hits, and
the Cougars broke a 1-1 tie
with five runs in the final
inning, with Junior Wright
hitting a home run.
And it's going to be really
busy this weekend for both
Cougar teams, with games
scheduled three days in a
row starting tonight at
Hillsborough, then a district
contest at Durant against
Sarasota and, finally, at
Gaither Saturday afternoon.
Oh, yeah, then there's
next Wednesday night's
games: Cougars at Plant
City.


Photo courtesy of Plant City Red Sox

President's Day champs
The Plant City Red Sox 13-and-under team capped off a successful weekend in Clearwater-
Feb. 5-6 by winning the 14-team President's Day Tournament. The Red Sox beat Team Force
in the championship game, 4-3. Shown, in front, from left, are Ross Kip, Ruben Garcia,
Sebastian Ray, Anthony Sgro, K'Shawn Smith and Zachary Fisher. In the middle, from left,
are Kyle Madill, Jonathon Alvarez, lan Maqhinney, Cole Dickson and Jacob Reigner. In back,
from left, are coach Tim Kip, manager Duane Madill and coaches Frank Dickson and Ruben
Garcia.




Hornets, Comets Finish Seasons 11-0


ARIELLE DURANT SCORES 39
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The Hornets and Comets completed perfect
11-0 seasons Monday night by winning the
Cadet League and Junior Girls League, respec-
tively, in the PCRPD/Optimist Youth Basket-
ball Program.
On Tuesday, the championships of the
Junior and Senior boys seasons were to be
played out, with only one team (the Junior
Warriors) having a chance to finish undefeated,
too.
Arielle Durant scored the most points of any


player in any league all season, with 39 for the
Comets in their 46-33 win over the Nets in the
Junior Girls title game. Janae Lancaster had 20
points for the Nets, who finished 8-3 with all of
the defeats coming to the Comets.
Durant scored 22 in the semifinals as the
Comets won, 38-27, over the Stars. Victoria
Capezza also scored 22. The Nets edged the
Suns, 35-29.
It was no easy chore for the Hornets, but
they got it done. First, they beat the Otters, 36-
34, in last Thursday's semifinal, then Monday
at the Plant City Family YMCA it was a 33-28
win over the Bullets, who were also 10-0
coming into the final. Cici Fussell scored 18


Durant Wrestlers Fall


Short At State Tourney


BURDINE, BENNETT
PLACE, TEAM IS 16TH
ByDAREKSHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The Durant High wrestling
team, already very good, will
certainly be better next
season. At based on what hap-
pened over the weekend at the
state tournament in Lakeland,
the Cougars will also be extra
motivated.
Durant lost more matches
than it had planned, many of
them very close, and settled
for a 16th-place finish at the
Class 3A meet in Lakeland.
Three schools that Durant
easily finished ahead of in
winning the Region 2 meet all
outpointed the Cougars in
Lakeland. Sarasota had the
best performance of any team
from the region, 42 points,
which was good for 12th
place.
The Cougars scored 28


points but were very close to
being able to raise that total.
"All of our losses except for
one were in overtime or by
less than two points," said
Durant head coach Dennis
Kitko. "I feel all our wrestlers
competed very well, we just
didn't get the outcomes we
had hoped for at the end of
each match."
Two Durant wrestlers,
Tommy Bennett and Tim Bur-
dine, were able to "place"
individually by finishing in
the top six of their weight
classes. Burdine (130 pounds)
worked his way beyond a
defeat in his first match to
make it all the way to the fifth-
place match, where he
defeated Gulf Coast's Edwin
Rey, 5-2.
Bennett (112) took sixth
place, winning his opener
before losing his second
match to a wrestler from
Oviedo, which went on to win
the team title.
See WRESTLING, Page 19


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ROBERT ( ONL.Staffpholo
Durant's Adam Doback grapples with Miramar's Jeffrey Collado in the quarterfinal round at the
state wrestling championships at The Lakeland Center in Lakeland Feb. 25. Doback lost, 13-7. With
six wrestlers qualifying for state, the Cougars totaled 28 points, good for a 16th-place finish as a
team. Tim Burdine earned a fifth-place finsih and Tommy Bennett earned sixth place in the 130-
and 103-pound weight classes, respectively, for Durant. The state championships ended a success-
ful wrestling season for the Cougars, who won their second straight district and region titles.





MARCH 3, 2005 THE COURIER 19


Photo courtesy of Renee Walters

Retro Raiders
Seniors on the Raiders softball team enjoy a chance to see
the sophomores don Plant City High uniforms from the
'70s at a party to welcome them to the team. In front,
from left, are rookies Dakota Baty, Kendall Dawson and
Kayce Hart. In the second row are rookies Brittany Carlo,
Edienal McGee and Alexa Coffee. Standing are the seniors,
from left, Brittany Reece, LeTisha Manning, J.P. Pauley,
Sam Waldron and Kayla Adams. Not pictured are Chasity
Hires, Tiffany Fernandez and Vonshea Durn.


BIKE FEST
FIRST SATURDAY KNIGHT Jaee rjC OF EVERY MONTH


YOUTH HOOPS
Continued From Page 18
points and Harley Jerkins
added nine for the winners.
Kyle Harrell had half the Bul-
lets' points.
In the semifinal, Fussell
poured in 30 points. Shawn
Loftus and Jonathan O'Toole
hit double digits for the Otters,
who went 8-2 this season. The
Bullets edged the Spurs, 32-
31, in the semis as Colby Diers
scored 12 points. Abdon
Lopez had 10 points and
Brennan Smith scored eight
for the Spurs.
There were a couple of
upsets in the Junior League
bracket, the biggest coming


last Tuesday in the first round.
The 76'ers, who were 4-4 at
the time, gave the Pacers just
their second loss of the
season, 32-30. Adrian Nelson
scored 18 points and Aneurin
Sherman had 12. The 76'ers
went on to lose their next
game to the Magic, who were
playing Tuesday night against
the 10-0 Warriors.
Richard Glorioso scored 32
points Friday night as the
Magic beat the Clippers, 51-
34. The other semifinal saw
the Warriors beat the Coyotes,
43-39, despite 19 points from
Ross Kip of the Coyotes (8-2).


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After beating Joel Feliz in the first round, Durant's Tommy
Bennett lost, 4-1, against Oviedo's Justin Tortora. Bennett would
come back to finish sixth in the state.


WRESTLING
Continued From Page 18
Burdine lost Thursday, 9-7,
before easily taking out Miami
Braddock's David Balladares,
12-2. Burdine posted decisions
of 14-2 and 9-7 on Friday to
reach the fifth-place bout.
After his loss, Bennett had
three fairly easy victories,
including an 8-0 major deci-
sion to get him to the fifth-
place match, where Bennett
lost 3-1.
Justin Bechtold went 1-2 in
the 112-pound class, losing 5-
4 to Miami High's Brian
Guzman in his finale. Adam


Doback also went 1-2 along
with Jim Kauderman.
"I still think we have a lot of
work to do on learning to take
people down," Kitko said.
"And we're going to have to hit
the weight room really hard
this summer we were out-
matched in strength in too
many matches and that hurt
us. I'm proud of their efforts.
All our guys are back and will
be hungrier than ever.
A few weeks off and back to
work we will go."


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RESOLUTION NO. 52--2005

A RESOLUTION PROVIDING
NOTICE OF PROPOSED EN-
ACTMENT OF AN ORDI-
NANCE BY THE CITY COM-
MISSION OF THE CITY OF
PLANT CITY, FLORIDA, AS
REQUIRED BY SECTION
166.041, FLORIDA STAT-
UTES AND OTHER APPLI-
CABLE LAW.
WHEREAS, this City Com-
mission has on this date
read for the first reading
the proposed ordinance
hereinafter referred to:
now therefore
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR-
IDA:
Section 1. As required by
Section 166.041 FLorida
Statutes, and other appli-
cable law, the City Com-
mission of the City of Plant
City Florida, does hereby
give notice of the proposed
enactment of an ordinance
entitled:
AN ORDINANCE OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR-
IDA CREATING SECTION
74-526, PLANT CITY CODE,
REQUIRING CUSTOMERS
CURRENTLY USING POTA-
BLES WATER FOR IRRIGA-
TION AND OTHER NON-PO-
TABLE USE WHERE RE-
CLAIMED WATER IS AVAIL-
ABLE TO CONNECT TO THE
CITY'S RECLAIMED WATER
SYSTEM; PROHIBITING
NEW IRRIGATION WELLS
WHERE RECLAIMED WA-
TER IS AVAILABLE, PRO-
VIDING FOR SEVERABILI-
TY,, AND PROVIDING FOR
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The proposed enactment
of said ordinance, follow-
ing second reading, shall
be considered by the City
Commission as its meeting
in the Sadye Gibbs Martin
Auditiorium of the Nettie
Berry Draughon Municipal
Building, 302 West Reyn-
olds Street (City Hall),
Plant City, Florida, on
March 14, 2005 at 7:30
p.m., or as soon thereafter
as the matter may be
heard, at which time inter-
ested parties and citizens
may appear and be heard
w respect to the pro-
posed ordinance.
Section 2. 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-
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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 3. 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.

Section 4. Theproposed or-
dinance may be inspected
by the public atthe office of
the City Clerk at the Nettle
Berry Draughon Municipal
Building, 302 West Reyn-
olds Street,Plant City, Flor-
ida.


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Section 5. This resolution
as notice of the proposed
enactment of said ordi-
nance, shall be published in
the Courier, issue of March
3,2005.
Adopted by the City Com-
mission on February 28,
2005.
Michael S. Sparkman
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
Virginia L. Helper
City Clerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
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NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given
that on Friday, March 18,
2005 at 12:00 Noon
BREWINGTON'S tOWING
SERVICE, 302 E. Calhoun
Street, Plant City FL 33566,
will conduct a safe for cash
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Brewington's reserves the
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following:
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1985 Chevrolet SW
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1990 Dodge 2dr
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1985 Buick 4dr
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1992 Saturn 2dr
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140 | Cemetery Lots
GARDEN of MEMORIES
Chapel of lights Com-
panion Crypt Value
$9,800 Sell $7,500 obo
813-876-4495 Lve Msg
GARDEN OF MEMORIES,
Garden of Chimes 6
plots, asking $16,600
obo or Indiv. $2806/ea
obo 813-625-4000
MYRTLE HILL
2 lots Section 27, value
$3,195, asking price
$2,995 per lot. Call
813-685-5085
MYRTLE HILL Border Es-
tate Lots, 1-6, Sec 28,
Price negotible
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Financial

SBusinesses
50 For Sale
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oppty. Very fast grow-
ing area. 941-429-1327
ICE CREAM SHOPPE In
prime location. Well est.
For info: 813-731-3024
Lawn care/Landscaping
Brandon area, great biz
First Venture813933-9393
START your own auto de-
tailing supply business
tomorrow, established
route for sale, Call
813-727-1204
When you read Classified
it's. HELLO...GOOD BUY!
Clearwater Gas Station
$55K inside per month.
Asking $89,000 + Inven-
tory. Deli Included.
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1511 Business Opps I
$1000A DAY By Simply re-
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scratches. Make money
offering high quality,
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costs ($18K) includes
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'Boutique style stores
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'Environmentally safe
'Training, sites avail
Financing avail
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954-927-7410 Ext 104
jremond@oxxousa.com
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$7,500 Investment. Im-
mediate Income. Terms
available 1-800-865-0495
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units, meters garage,
Zoned B4. condo, Hotel,
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$1,650,000. Additoinal
lot available with du-
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386-423-9112.
on Real Estate
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JUDY VOGEL, REALTOR
Vogel Realty Service
Inc 813-659-3306
100inn Central
| Tampa
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS-
1920's 3br, lba bunga-
low, 1425sf, compl. re-
stored w/firepl & wd firs
$214,000. 1020 E. Hamil-
ton Ave. 813-238-7873


100 central
o Tampa.
SEMINOLE HGHTS prof'ly
renov. 1940's bungalow,
3br, 2ba, new every-
thing incl. SS app, crwn
molding $207,00 1009 E.
Crenshaw. 813-238-7873
Sulfur Springs CB
3br,2ba, double lot, pri-
vacy fence. Owner fin
avail w/$5000 down.
Other properties avail.
813-245-3743
New Subdivision
OPEN MON-SAT 10-5PM,
SUN 12-5PM.
Incredible & Affordable
New homes. Down
Payment Assistant to
qualified buyers. 10
different floor plans to
choose from. Starting
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lot Many more locations
to choose from
American Housing
(813)264-9950
11011 South Tampa
BAYSHORE TRACE-
2br, 2ba condo, down-
stairs unit, well-man-
aged building, great lo-
cations, $165,000. Call
941-302-0337
SOUTH TAMPA-4br 2ba,
1800sf, completely re-
modeled, large fenced
yard. 4411 El Prado Blvd.
$229000 or best offer.
all (727) 452-1974
WESTSHORE TOWN-
HOME 3br, 2/2ba. lcg
1896sf, new hdwd/tile,
all appliances, fncd
yard $285,000.4220bW.
North B St. 813-289-8048
11021 Northwest I
LUTZ-1993 Rutenberg
model 4br, 3ba htd pool
home w/jac, on consv in
Cheval, ez access to Van
dyke, FSBO $373,500
813-205-1483
OAKSTEAD-Hwy 54 &
Sunshine Parkway. New
1454sf 2br,2ba w/den,
living/dining area eat in
kitchen, 2 cg. $189k.
813-962-8228 264-4740
1103 Northeast/
1 New Tampa

Meadow Pt/lverson, im-
maculate 4br/2ba/3cg
home of non smokers
w/no pets, split fir plan,
formals, 2044sf, FSBO.
$249,900.813-994-0697
NO BANK QUALIFYING/
OWNER FINANCING
NO CREDIT NEEDED:
4/2 11204 N. 61 St.
$1200/mo. Lease
Purchase $2,400.00
Moves You In
5/2 9808 Takomah Trail
$1400/mo. Lease
Purchase $2,800.00
Moves You In
4/2 114 Mission Hills Dr
$1200/mo. $2400.00
Lease Purchase
Moves You In
Drive by then Call
813-363-3693
114 East
104 Hillsborough

BRANDON, 3br 2/2 baScrr
room, Granite & Marble
Vaulted Ceiling, Carpei
& Cer Tile, Fire place
ready, Many Upgrades,
$204,900 813-571.-7717
BRANDON, 4br 2ba, Heart
of Brandon Fenced
Yard Roof 2yrs old
$144,900, Brian Eilers,
Signature Realty
13-505-6076
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22 THE COURIER MARCH 3, 2005


1InA I East
I I Hillsborough

FISHHAWK, Cape Cod
model, 3/2/2, 2 story,
1500 sf, fenced yard,
waterview. $180K. Brian
Eilers, Signature Realty
813-505-6076
RIVERVIEW Rent to Own!
Brand New 4/2/2. 2000
SF. Cul-de-sac. Comm.
pool. Bad Credit OK!
$215,000. $1,350/mo.
407) 736-8954
|114 Waterfront I
HERNANDO/APACHE
SHORES-2br handyman
mobile with shed, cot-
tage, and seawall. 3511
Flying Arrow Dr. $89,000
Call 813-931-4084
You'll find value buys ad-
vertised in classified
North Clearwater Beach
lbr condo, 10th fir, re-
nov, w/ gulf view & Ga-
rage space. sec, pool,
fitness. $399K Brokers
welcome 813-765-8303
THONOTOSASSA
12acs of beautiful lake
front property, 3ba,
heated pool & spa, 8-car
garage, dock & lift.
S2 eM 813-986-4664

11[6CIcitrus I
LAND & HOME
1/2 acre homesite
country setting. 3
bedroom 2 bath New
Home with warranty.
Driveway deck, stainless
steel appliance pkg Must
see, onlIy 58.45/mn
WAC Call 352-621-9181

1116KIHemando I
BROOKSVILLE 3br 2ba
2cg corner lot, fenced
bkyd. Walk to school.
$74,900. Hill-n-Dale
6392 Boxwood St.
813-503-8728
11GS I Central
116S Pasco
WESLEY CHAPEL Mead-
ow Point. Open House
Sat & Sun 12-4 Feb
26-27. 4/3/3, 2360 sf,
pool, conservation, fire-
place, many upgrades
299,900.813-994-4055.
117 Homes New
117D PortRichey

7BR/4BA/2CAR + Office.
Jacuzzitub in MBR.
2 Fplc.2 Din rms, Liv rm.
All cer tile. Scr endcl pool.
Alarm sys. Wtr soft.
Appr at $407K. Sell
$369,000.727-505-1788


11211 Condominiuml
HARBOUR Isl/Park Crest,
wtrfrnt, new 7th fir,
2br/2ba, w/wd & tile
firs, granite cntr tops,
maple cabs, Avail 4/05
$456,900 813-205-8091
11231 Townhouses I
WESTCHASE AREA-MLve
in now! (2) new town-
homes. Both 3br, 2/2 ba,
2cg. 2,017sf $389.9K &
1470sf. $295.51
Call Brent 813-765-5906
The Mall House, Inc.
11241 Time Share
TIMESHARE RESALES!
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TREASURE ISLAND
BEACHFRONT, heated
pool and spa, sleeps 4
third week of June,
$5,500 (941) 954-2711
or 813-601-0446
I Homesites &
125 Lots

BUILDER LOTS WANTED
Tampa, Brandon & E.
Hillsb. area, single or
large parcels, will also
build your house on your
lot. Call 813-626-7842
DURANT area 11/4 acre
private mobile home lot
or RV trIr lot w/trees.
Water, sewer & garbage
service. $300/mo $600
dep. 813-737-4321
LOTS FOR RENT! Move In
Special! Briarwood Mo-
bile Home Comm. 4002
Smith Ryals Rd Plant
City. Repossed homes
for sale. 813-737-2110.

MULBERRf iO 100' lot
w/8' wide M.H. $16,900
OBO Mike 813-928-6417


125 IHomesites &
125 Lots

PARKLAND ESTATES
60x130 lot available
on quiet street. $475k
813-601-5811

PORT ST. LUCIE, Indian
Lakes, Vero, North Port
Charlotte & Palm Bay
Lots Owner Fin. Avail.
Prima Properties
561-575-1440 Check our
web site for prices, sizes
& maps. www.prima-
properties.com
WANT TO BUY
Building Lots.
Terry D. Speer Construc-
tion Inc. (813) 764-8030
126 Acreage
DANIEL CRAPPS AGENCY
OF GEORGIA, INC.
REALTOR
21,543 (i /-) Acres
South Georgia planted
pines of various ages and
hardwood timber, some
of the land could be
converted to pasture.
Great opportunity!
$1,265 per acre
420 (+/-) Acres
Bleckley County -pecan
orchard located on gently
rolling land with a creek
and paved road frontage.
$3,500 per acre
414 (+/-)Acres
Webster County- rolling
land with some
merchantable planted
pines and a good mix of
ardwoods. his tract
has paved road and *
graded road frontage.
$1,895 per acre
Owner will subdividewith
price adjustment
97 (+/-) Acres
Grady County- located on
a paved road, this pro-
perty has about 65 acres
of pasture, one brick
home, a metal barn and 2.
old farm houses. Great
location if you like the
country life.$875,000
For more details,
call Baynard Ward
at(86) 915-2637
or'(386) 397-6859
SEFFNER/VALRICO Beau-
tiful 1.1 acs w/Grandfa-
ther Oaks, country set-
ting, close to town mins
to 14 and 75. $110,000.
813-892-4225
Farms,
130 Groves, &
Ranches
LAND 0 LAKES 320 acres
MOL on US41 Hwy front-
age, with Homes.
$130000000 FIRM.
813-996-3193
Cell 813-477-8252
138 Florida Real
1 Estate

Still Affordable!!! Lots
and Homes in SW Flori-
da are still affordable.
Call now! Exit I & E Real-
ty. Call Jack Betz
(239)246-8256
WAKE UP TO Vacation Ev-
eryday! N. Central Flori-
da 1-5 acres Owner
Terms 15 years, w.a.c.
Thompson Group Inc.,
Broker/Owner Carri-
Anne Powell, Agent
352-378-4814 ttgcar-
ri @ aol co m
www.NFLLAND.com
1I4 Vacation
140 Properties

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N.C. MOUNTAINS Free
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Acreage. Appalachian
Land Co 1-800-213-7919
MurpHy, NC's Largest
RE Firm- www.appala-
chianland.com
1143 IOut Of State
3 BR/ 2BA house in great
Crawfordville FL neigh-
borhood. Asking
$115,000. Please call
Tracy at 850-926-2758
With QUICK ACTION
rates, selling is a snap!
Call today for rates!


11431 Out Of State |
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Spectacular Mountain
view & River homesites.
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Homesites from $49,900
Bear River Community
Call (866)411-5263
BEAUTIFUL NORTH CAR-
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MOUNTAINS OF WEST-
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BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAIN
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FREE color brochure.
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COASTAL GEORGIA GAT-
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wooded water access
and marshfront home-
sites. Ancient Live Oaks,
pool, tennis golf. Water
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construction discounts.
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Vacation Rentals
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receive more information
CUMBERLAND PLATEAU
AREA. 5 acres. Forest Ar-
ea, Perfect Cabin Site.
River Access. $29,900
Owner Financing.
1-931-445-7302
GEORGIA- TALBOT COUN-
TY. 121 acres-
$1,975/AC. Beautiful
frontage on Richland
Creek- thinned pine,
hardwlld bottoms, pond
sites. 404-362-8244 St.
Regis Paper Co. LLC
GOT LAND? Tennessee
Waterfront Community
$19,900-$114,900. Marin-
na, Boat Ramp, Storage.
Visit Us at the Orlando
Log Home Show 3/18-
3/20 Booth #210.
McKeough Land Co.
1-800-351-5263
www. SEEwate r-
front.com
KENTUCKY- 50-100 acres.
Incredible trophy deer &
turkey hunting. Some
w/lakes, creeks rivers
ponds & timber. Great
retreat/investment.
New Survey, starting
$795 per acre. Owner
will finance. (270)
791-2358 www.auction-
outfitter.com


11431 Out Of State |
Lake View Bargain! 2
acres $19,900. New wa-
terfront community on
one of largest, cleanest,
mountainlakes in Amer-
ica! Hardwoods, views,
common area w/beach!
Country road, water,
utilities. Low financing.
Lakefront available. Call
(800)564-5092 x96
LAKE VIEW BARGAIN
$29,900. Free boat slip!
High elevation, beauti-
funy wooded parcel!
Across from national
forest on 35 000 acre
recreation lake in TN.
Paved roads, u/g utils,
central water, sewer,
more. Excellent financ-
ing. Call now
1-8 0-704-3154 ext. 609
Sunset Bay, LLC
LAKE VIEW BARGAIN
$29,900. Free boat slip!
High elevation beautiful-
Ir wooded parcel
Across from national
forest on 35,000 acre
recreational lake in TN.
Paved roads, u/g utils,
central water, sewer,
more. Excellent financing
Call now (800)704-3154,
ext 609. Sunset Bay, LLC
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Call for Free Brochure
1-877-837-2288
N.C. MOUNTAINS
2.3 acres w/new log cabin
shell in secluded set-
ting, $89,900. Acreage
available w/stunning
mountain views! Free
info available.
828-247-0081.
N.C. MOUNTAINS: 2.3
acres with new log cabin
shell in secluded setting
$89,900. Acreage avail-
able with stunning
mountain views! Free
info avail. (828) 247-0081
NEW LOG HOME SHELL-
$99,900. Beautiful log
home nestled on private
wooded lot off Blue
Ridge Parkway north of
Boone. Only one!
(800)455-1981, ext 119.
NORTH CAROLINA LAND!
Rolling Farmland near
Raleigh/Durham/Re-
search Triangle Park.
Surveyed, perked,
FSBO. 43 acres cedar
home, huge waterway.
$199,900. .7 acres, well,
septic, two mile view:
$16,990. 1-919-6938984
www.newbranch.com
NORTH CAROLINA,
LITTLE SWITZERLAND
LARGE LOG HOME.
2 3 9-455-52 70
www.forsale
byowner.com/20195043
NORTH Carolina charm-
ing mountain cottage
completely furnished in-
sulated, heated, level
entrance 3Vz rooms,
walk-in closets, sun
deck over looking trees
and rhododendron, 18
hole golf course, pool,
river, lake, tennis, cov-
ered shufferboard court
square dancing & MORE
$69,500. 813-754-1751
NORTH CAROLINA- Grey
Rock at Lake Lure. Lo-
cated in beautiful Blue
Ridge Mountains. Now
taking reservations for
Grand Opening. 4,000
acres of estate home-
sites in exclusive com-
munity. Space limited!
1-888-510-5263
NORTH CAROLINA LAND!!
Rolling farmland near
Raleigh/Durham/Re-
search Triangle Park.
Surveyed, perked,
FSBO. 43 acres cedar
home huge waterway;
$200K. 5 acres, wel,
septic wildlife pond;
$19,906.1-919-693-8984
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1143 1 Out Of State |
North Carolina MTNS.
New log cabin custom
built 1300sf, Easy to fin-
ish cabin on 2 acres with
long range vewv... and
paved road acesi. Only
74,500.828 625-.u84.
NORTH CAROLINA LAKE-
FRONT ONLY $39,900.
Great All Sports lake to
fish boat swim, or just
relax. Call for details,
MLC (866)920-5263
NORTH CAROLINA Grey
Rock at Lane Lure. Lo-
cated in beautiful Blue
Ridge Mountains. Now
taking reservations for
Grand Opening. 4,000
acres of estate home-
sites in exclusive com-
munity. Space limited!
1-888-510-5263
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Do you need more
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Nova Scotia- Canada
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$40,000 to $90,000 CDN.
www.
sawmillanding.com
FL Ph: 863-665-3010
PORT ST. LUCIE, Indian
Lakes, Vero, North Port
Charlotte & Palm Bay
Lots Owner Fin. Avail.
Prima Properties
561-575-1440 Check our
web site for prices, sizes
& maps. www.prima-
properties.com
Still affordable!! Lots and
Homes in SW Florida are
still affordable. Call
now! Exit I & E Realty.
Call Jack Betz (239)
246-8256
SHOPPING MADE EASY
That's Classified's prom-
ise! Classified delivers!
TENNESSEE- Monteagle-
Sewanee, Beautiful
mountain Properties.
600+ acres; Tracts, 5
acres & up, 4 miles from
1-24. Gated secluded!
Gorgeous bluff & creek.
Wooded lots. Near hos-
pitals, schools & The
University of The South.
George, Timberwood
Development Co. Own-
er/Agent 423-949-6887
www.timber-wood.com
TENNESSEE- Monteagle-
Sewanee, Beautiful
mountain Properties.
600+ acres; Tracts, 5
acres & up 4 miles from
1-24. Gated secluded!
Gorgeous bluff & creek.
Wooded lots. Near hos-
pitals, schools & The
University of The South.
George, Timberwood
Development Co. Own-
er/Agent 423-949-6887
www.timber-wood.com
TN Lakefront 2.72 acres
on KY Lake near Paris
TN, level land great ac-
cess one oT a kind.
Lot#25/26, $74,980
www.senecaland.com
888-575-LAND
PULASKI CO., GA.
770 + /- acres with 450
+ /- acres open and
balance in woods. 150
Acres center pivot
irrigated. There is a
creek and an 18 acre
lake on property. Good
hunting and fishing.
$2200/acre.
A rox. 1300 acres with
900 open acres with 12
center pivots & farm has
a 35 acre lake with
camphouse. Site also
has a 12 acre, an 8 acre
and a 5 acre Lake. Great
deer & turkey hunting
and fishing. $3200/acre.
Other tracts available
from 10 to 50 acres with
prices starting at
2500/acre.
Larry Dunaway
478-783-3524
888-339-4787
IRS AUCTION- 200+
acres Waycross, GA has
large home, steel build-
ing, planted pines and
hunting land. March 18,
10 a.m., Ware County
Courthouse, www.us-
treas.gov/auctions/irs
or (850)445-4625 for
more information.


150-170
Manufactured
Homes

1501I Mobile Home
Sales
14 & 16 Wides New 05's
Low as $24,900
Del- Set up AC Skirt
More Sq'. Feet for the $$
Banks (863) 688-4635
Lakeland Nearl-4&98
NORTH TAMPA, 2
3br/2ba DW's on 1 acre
MOL CHA outside stor-
age, Fenced, Great loca-
tion in Lutz. $160k obo
for both 813-788-4491
PLANT CITY area
3BR/2BA DW, Screened
Porch & Carport
$68,900.813-759-8358
Mobile
155 Homes In
Parks
3br/2ba, .28K. Hwy 60 &
County line rd. 813-763-
3312 aft 5pm for appt

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Model
Closeout Sale
Up To $15,000 Off
Select New Homes
Through March 2005
727-733-1244
An Age Qualified
Community
Certain Rules Apply

PALM HARBOR
1997 3/2/den, quiet park,
$50K OBO 407-301-3878
PLANT CITY, 1997 PALM
HARBOR HOME, 3/2
w/den, quiet park $50K
OBO 1-407-301-3878

PLANT CITY
2 bed mobile home with
land in Senior Park
$23,000
Call 813-757-0865
PLANT CITY Beautiful Sr.
Park, 2br 2ba, all Ceram-
ic firs, many activities,
Clubhouse, golf & Ten-
nis etc. a bargain at
$28,000 *813-659-9449
Mobile
165 Homes With
Property
TRAPNELL Rd near Tur-
key Creek newly remod-
eled M/H, 3/2, on 2.16
acre fenced, storage
building. $120000 Pos-
sible owner financing
w/10% dn. 813-754-8569
or 813-759-1136
Wesley Chapel FSBO,
1.25 acre lot, 1800sf, mo-
bile. inground c-pool.
100 sf CB garage/
wrkshp, close ?o park.
$139k. 352-588-4628
JACOBSEN HOMES
N. Lakeland, Kathleen On-
ly 55 lots remain. New
Mobile Home communi-
ty where you own your
own land. /z Acre to 5
Acres, from $19,950.
Featuring 3, 4 & 5 Brs,
Payments as low as
$695/mo Down payment
Asst. Avail. Call
863-534-8484
180
Commercial Prop.
Lease

s10t Ofc Space
8 Lease
KENNEDY/DALE MABRY
Unique 2-story, loft-
style 1000sf office
space, includes garbage
& water, $1,350/mo +
taxes. 813-353-2220
SOUTH Tampa Fully furn
Dentist & Doctor's office
+ 1000sf also avail.
1001 N. MacDill Ave.
Call for info
.813-267-9266
1000 N. Fla. Ave, dwntwn.
Prof. ofc bldg. Ground
fir, corner space, great
exposure at intersection
in dwntwn. Ideal for
professionals. 1200 sf
with alarm sys. $12.50
per sq. ft. 813-229-0207
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180C Space
BUSCH Blvd, 1000-2000 sf
avail, new construction,
great loc. for any type of
business immed occu-
pancy. 83-493-3335 or
all 727-215-6301
Sun Point Shopping Cntr
Office/ Retail/Medical
813-728-4396
www.PhaganDev.com
Warehouse
1800 -Business
Park Space
ADAMO DRIVE- 5,600 sf
office and warehouse
space. Fully a/c, dock
high w/arge lot. $3,000
mo. Call 813-248-1175 or
813-220-7289
Plant City warehouse
space, 1000 sf each,
$410 per mo. 24 hr secu-
rity gate. 813-239-1161
weekdays, 813-624-2640
weekends.
190
Commercial Prop.
Sale

Investment
190J Property
Sale
DUPLEX 2br,lba house
w/attached lbr,lba apt.
Both units renovated.
Great cash flow w/equi-
ty. Upcoming Sulfur
Springs area. $93,900.
No (subject to) calls.
727-521-4958
NORTH TAMPA-Lot with
as-is house & detached
garage near 275 & Wa-
ers. Poss. rezone to
comm. 203 E. Rampart.
$67,900.813-857-6076
Condo conversion or col-
lect rent. 22 units 2br's
& lbr's. On Lake Silver,
Winter Haven. 22 apart-
ments fully rented. 1.3
mil obo. 941-518-8797.
200-249
Rentals

I2 Apartments
205 Unfurnished

CHANNELSIDE LOFT 2br,
2baSS appi, Grntcntrs,2
park space, cruise ship
view. Premium cble &
wireless ntnetincl.$1850
Call (954) 438-4385
HYDE PARK 2br lba
1000sf, CHA, Hardwood
Floors, Laundry Room
on site, Pets OK,
$950/mo 813-258-2542
2801W. Estrella St.
Hyde Park Condo The
Madison at Soho,
lbr/lba, patio, pool,
gym, covered prkg,
$110 + 1 mo dep. Furn
avail. 727-641-2072
North Tampa 2br,lba,
new paint/carpet. Wa-
ter, garb. remv. clean,
Squle. $500/mo, $500
dep.Smpetw/$200 non
ref dep. 813-716-3089
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's &
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
PLANT CITY Historic
District 2br, 2ba, den, 6
months lease. $1000mo
813-650-8582
TEMPLE TERRACE
Puritan Place*
Recently Renovated
Spacious 1,2 &3BrApts
New Playground, 2 pools!
Great Neighborhood
Affordable community!
i- Move-Inspecialsc-a
callW 813-988-6112
LOOK AND LEASE
give a deposit, fill out ap-
plication same day, you
look get $100. off .stfull
mo. 754-2200 Plant City
TOWNSGATE APTS
On9 I Houses
209u Furnished

BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS
Western North Carolina
3br 2/ ba on 5 acres w/
creek front & waterfalls.
Mountain views, vault-
ed ceilings, fireplace, 3
yrs old, scr decks. Short
term lease avail. Com-
pletelyFurn. $1100 mo.
catawbaproperties.com
1-800-351-2606
Catawba Properties
Treasure Is, sm house,
2br/2ba, great loc, block
to bch stores, rest, bay,
pier. CHAI, prv fence sec
dep,yr lease. No Pets
$695/mo. 727-360-0474

201 Houses
2 Unfurnished

APOLLO BEACH, 3br 2ba
2cg, Pool &Spa,4yrs old,
in Golf Course commu-
nity, $1l495/mo Includes
Lawn & Pool service.
813-641-2463 416-7895
BRANDON, 3br, 2.5ba,
2cg, 2 story huge fncd yd
beautiful'iloomingdale
comm. A rated schools
$1275/mo. Military disc.
Call Deven 813-389-3221

BRANDON Hickory Lakes,
3br, 2ba, study/den,
1785Sf. $1395/mo
or best tenant!
727-577-5642


Ion Houses I
210 Unfurnished I

Brandon North, 1 Home,
Executive 3br, 2 ba on Ig
non sub treed lot. (Lawn
Main incl), FP, built in
kitchen apple, Ig util rm,
sec. syst, well, septic &
spring syst. $1250/mo.
Min. 6 mo lease, 1st mo.
sec dep, credit ref.
813-689-7161, Mon-Fri.
BRANDON Providence
Lakes 2100sf home,
4br,2ba,2cg, screened in
lanai, 30' x 11'. $1450 1
electric & water. 1 mo
deposit. 813-610-6939
BRANDON South, 2br,
Iba, quiet neighbor-
hood, $750/mo +
$1000/sec dep. No
smoking. 562-498-0422

CENTRAL Tampa Awe-
some 3/2/2 2086sf on
lake, Fenced Yard, Gat-
ed community, All appli-
ances Stay, $1,500/mo
No Pets 813-967-5325
CITRUS PARK
4br 3ba 3cg 2600sf,
screen pool, 2,200/mo
+ deposit. Lawn & Pool
service included.
813-244-1580
FISHHAWK RANCH 4br/
3ba w/ office many
amen., beautiful new
home, over 2700sf,
$1950/mo 908-672-6030;
13-641-9522 after 7pm
LUTZ, 3br, 2ba, + ofc/
den, lanai, cathedral
ceilings 7 yrs new all
apple inci W/D, lawn svc
incl, $1325/mo. Pets OK
813-263-8006
LUTZ/STILLWATER
4br 3ba 3cg 2600sf,
Screened Pool, $2,200/,
mo + Dep. Lawn & Pool
Services included.
813-244-1580
Plant City 3br, 2ba2cg on
1 acre, CHA, W/6 hook-
ups, water softener, all
kitchen ap Is. 3 mins
from 1-4. $1500/mo &
$1500 dep. 813-263-3120
PLANT CITY, Walden Oak
sub, Beautiful 2/2 quiet
cul-de-sac $975. 1st,
last,dep. 813-277-1431
RIVERVIEW 3&4 Br
New Homes For Rent.
Many locations.
Signature RIty Assoc
Georgina Thompson.
813-299-0162*
RIVERVIEW New, 4br 2ba
2cg Basic Cable,2 neigh-
borhood swimming
ools, Free Gym, Goff
Comm & much more
$1,500/mo 813-469-0315
RIVERVIEW Two homes
avail: New, 3 br/2 ba,
$1350 w/o pool-3 br/2ba
w/ pool $1300. Lwn &
pool svc incl.
813-982-1433.
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS, Pool
home 3/1 plus
den/office, 1/1 guest
house, Flora Vista by
Idlewild,$1400/mo plus
dep. 813-494-7596
South Tampa, 3br/2ba -
bonus rm, all appl's
new paint, Ig fenced
yard great house.
1506/mo + deposit.
Call 813-841-0325
SOUTH TAMPA 3br 2ba +
Extra room, Country
Kitchen, Fenced, Car-
port, storage,. Yard
Maintenance included,
2111 S. Manhattan off
Westshore, Btw San
Miguel & San Rafael
$1700/mo 813-258-2748
561-452-5141
SOUTH TAMPA, 4br/3ba,
Plant High District.
2300sf + ofc. Fncd yrd,
new kitch new bath,
wd firs, $1750/mo
**813-960-1965**
South Tampa/Bayshore:
3bd, 3ba DR LR FR, 2
cgar, hdwd ffrs, 2000sf.
3146 Waverly Park,
Great Nbhd!! $1650/mo.
Move in w/only $2,000!
avail til 10/1813-679-3743
SOUTH TAMPA, Great 2/1
home, W/D scrd patio,
West Bay View by Lois.
Walk to bayshore.
$1000/mo plus dep.
813-494-7596
SOUTH Tampa Plant High
3/2/2 cp, + bonus room.
1440 sf, fenced, pets ok.
$1400/mo. + dep.
4117 Zelar St.
813-254-5939
Spring Hill, quietarea. 2br
lba lcg, completely ren-
ovated, enclosed lanai,
Available Immediately.
$700 mo. 1st, last & se-
curity. 352-684-1831.
SPRING HILL/The Greens
7 Hills, brand new deed
rest. comm., 4br, 2ba,
2cg, garden tub,
1st, last & sec, $1200mo.
No pets. 352-382-2787
THONOTOSASSA
Large3br 2ba 2cg, f'plce,
new carpet, paint, lawn
svc inc. norse stalls
avail $1250 mo. 1st, last
& sec. 813-986-4664.
Wesley Chapel, March
Rent Free, Brand New,
3br2ba2cg, Waterfront,
Section 8 welcome, near
1-75 & SR54, $1,250/mo
+ Dep 813-679-4388
1212 | Condominium
Harbour Island, Island
Walk, lbr/lba w/1 car
atch garage, new floor-
ing, W/D, pool, fitness
center $1250/mo.
Cal 813-244-1306


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12121 Condominium
TOWN & COUNTRY, near
airport, 3 br, 2 ba, huge 2
car garage, pool.
Completely remodeled
incl. new wood firs
$1150/mo. 954-816-1311
1212A|Townhouse I
CARROLLWOOD Brand
New2 br,1.5 ba 1200sf,
Full Size W/D, Pool. Near
By Dale Mabry & Wa-
ters, $895/month. Se-
curity Call 813-891-9334
LITHIA Lux TH brand
new 2br, 3ba in Fish-
hawk Ranch, all tile, up-
graded appi, gated
comm,$1100/mo + 1 mo
sec dep 813-230-4189
Treasure Island, tri-level
w/balcony, on water
w/dock, 2br/2.Sba,
$1300 per month.
Calp813-833-0190

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VALRICO-Lux TH Oak
Valley condo, 2bd, 2ba,
only 7 mos old. All up-
grades & appliances.
950/mo + 1 mosec dep.
Call 813-230-4189
Westchase, lovely new
Arlington Park
2br/2ba/ilcg, granite kit,
wd firs, all upgrades,
W/D. $1495/mo.
813-792-1103
Mobile
215' Homes

1BrApts & 1&2Bedrm
Mobile Homes
Plant City 813-752-5234
ANTIOCH
3br,2ba doublewide,
CHA, on half acre. No
animals. $775/mo, 1st &
last. 813-986-3822
SADDLED WITH HORSES?
Advertise in class 525 and
buyers will gallop to
your stable!
KNIGHTS Area, 4br/ 2ba,
large LR, separate DR,
on 5.5 acres $900. mo=
$500. deposit. Small
pets accepted with
small deposits,
813-362-0437 or
813-759-6400. available
3/1.
NEAR 1-4 & 301-1, 2 & 3
BR'S. $120-$140 weekly.
Some with utilities.
(813) 626-0820
PLANT CITY AREA, lbr,
furn. elec water &
garbage incl. in rent, no
pets, 813-659-1611
PLANT CITY,M.H.
1BR/1BA furnished on 1
acre lot, quiet neighbor-
hood. Damage Deposit
Required. NO PETS.
752-0698
Spot Advertising Works
VALRICO, 2br, lba Furn,
quiet prvtly owned park,
55+ MH Comm, sml in-
side dog ok, $75/mo +
$575/sec. Pet dep $200
813-689-1502; 967-4083
I Waterfront
231 Rentals
Apollo Beach, MiraBay,
new 4br/2.Sba, dock, ac-
cess to Tampabay,
pools, clubhouse, fit-
ness ctr, beautiful view.
$2900/mo. 813-857-7318
RUSKIN (7 mi. south) 2/1
on Little Manatee River,
boat dock, porch, priv.
lot 130x90, no kids/pets.
$1000/mo $500 dep., 1st
last req. 813-310-2680
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I 3051 Professional
COMMUNICATIONS
SPECIALIST
Lakeland Christian
organization is looking
for a full-time, entry-
level writer/graphic
artist/video producer
to develop news and
feature stories,
brochures advertising
promotional materials &
videos. Preferred:
writing and design
proficiency and PC
experience with Adobe
InDesign, Photoshop
and Premiere Pro. Send
res: Communications
Director, P.O. Box 8190,
Lakeland, FL 33802.
Lab assistance Full or
Part time needed in
tomato research. Lab
experience with
molecular biology
required. Duties will
include working with
plant DNA extraction,
electrophoresis,
chemical preparation,
and misc. lab duties.
Apply at Gulf Coast
Research, 14625 CR 672,
Wimauma or call Patty
(813) 633-4113 for more
info. EEO
TEACHERS, Must have I
Year Experience + 40
hours required (All Clas.
ses FULL at this time).
813-764-0121
BI2 banking/
312l Finance

RE Foreclosure Specialist
Start Immediately,
$60K/yr. Must have.2 yrs
of Sales Exp., be willing
to travel. Daily Leads
supplied. Please Fax
Resume to 813.354.3361.
Insurance Agents are
encouraged to apply.
WillTrain. -
2n | Medical/
320 Health Care

CNA'S
Loveable, Dependable,
caregivers, Autumn
Assist Living 1307 E.
Baker 813-752-1648
COLLECTORS NEEDED for
busy DME Billing Office.
Fax resumes toLincare:
813-621-5810
MA PT for plastic surgery
office. Fax resume
813-681-4984
Nurses Aid/Care Giver for
fern. quad, 5 days/wk,
7a-12p. Min. lift req'd.
813-651-9876 after 12p
Florida Licensed Physical
Therapist AND Physical
Therapist Assistant
wanted in Rural Hospital
in North Florida. Call
(800)973-2271 or Fax Re-
sume to (850)973-8158.
13251 Dental
DENTAL ASST.
Comprehensive high
quality, restorative
practice in Winter
Haven looking for exp'd4
handed trained Asst.
Contact Diane c/o Dr.
Steven Hewett (863)
293-1807 or fax resume
(863) 297-9077
House-
330 keeping/
Maids

HOUSEKEEPERS
Experience. Goodpay Ap-
ply in person at Comfort
n of Plant City, 1-4 exit
22 or Call
813-707-6000
33 Child/Adult
5 1 Care

AFTERNOON DIRECTOR
CDA Req'd Dir. Cred. +
Fax 982-0086 or appt.
986-4900 Thonotosassa
SITTER needed in our
home 4-5 days per week.
5AM-4:30PM. Some Sat
No Sun. 2 Children age 2
& 5. Job duties dressing
& walking daughterto &
from school & taking
care of boy during day.
Pay Nego 813-843-5977
Restaurant/
340 Hospitality/
Clubs
BREAKFAST Line Cook,
Brunchery Restaurant is
looking for Season Line
Cook with Pan Cooking
Experience F/ & P/T po-
sitions available, ourly
wages based on experi-
ence. Must apply in per-
son 652 Oakfiel Drive,
Brandon 813-654-9036.
DISHWASHER & EXPERI-
ENCED WAIT STAFF, F/T.
Apply at
Snellgrove's Restaurant
109 South Collins
Hostess postns avlb. (5)
trvl. req. 21yrs. call
813.281.1908 ask 4 Tiffa-
ny or Yvette $125+ /day
KITCHEN HELP F/T. &
Waitresses Apply in per-
son Chancy Catfish
Shack N. Park Rd
754-0477 or 752-7224
MANAGER-F/T
Experienced only. Apply:
Snellgrove's Restaurant
109 South Collins
813-752-3652
Consult Classified for
Harleys, & Hondas & so
much more! Classified
has vehicles of all kinds
to make your dream ma-
chine materialize!


Restaurant/
340 Hospit.ality
I Clubs
SERVER Experienced
part-time servers need-
ed for country club. A
great opportunity to
make good wages. Ap-
ply in person. Walden
Lake G&CC 2001 Club-
house Dr., Plant City, Fl
813-752-1171
SERVERS$, HOSTESS
Hiring for Branch Ranch
Dining Room, Plant City
813-752-1957
Adminl
350 General
S Office
Accounting Clerk to
$12/hr. Data Entry, Cust
Service. Temp to Perm!!
Rita Staffing 813.754.5997
DATA ENTRY Earn $15 per
hour and up! Training
provided. PC required.
Call 7 days a week.
1-800-797-7511 ext 332
Recpt/Customer Service
/Order Processing/Data
Entry, F/T. For appt call

Iq Customer
""" I Service I

Customer Service
FT for Brandon area Dry
Cleaners. Call
813-654-232310a-3p
13601 Trades
Aluminum Production
Mgr- Join our team. Est
contractor has an open-
ing for a layout & super-
visory position install-
ing sun rooms & screen
rooms. 10+ yrs exp req
in all phases of alum
constr. Excellent salary,
pd holidays/vac & prod
bonus. Call Nick
813-988-8111
SADDLED WITH HORSES?
Advertise in class 525 and
buyers will gallop to
your stable!
Auto Tech needed,
business is great! Sign
on bonus $3000. Call
754-8473 Ask for Scott
BOAT TRAILER



LABORER will train no exp
req need motivated/de-
pendable individual, im-
mediate opening, Fl
Driver Le, clean record,
competitive pay, over-
time, benefits, pay vaca-
tion/holidays & uni-
forms 727-725-5513
Drafters AutoCAD exp.
call 877-200-5090 or
email ralarcon@
tesinc.biz
Drywall Residential
punch out. Experienced
with tools and transpor-
tation. 813-707-8383.
ELECTRICIAN experi-
enced must be able to
drive Co. vehicle & have
own tools 863-666-2224
MAINTENANCE PERSON
Westshore Plaza- FT
Electrical, painting,
tile. Fax resume to
(813)286-1250.
Apps at Guest Services
For Results -
Classified Ads
Masons-$19, Commercial
experience. DFWP.
Day 813-980-1123
Eve. 813-645-3306
reclogoABRACK1
AUTOMOTIVE
(10) ASETechnicians
TOP$$$ FOR
Experienced Techs
Come work in our new
state-of-the-art facility,
with all new equipment.
$$WEOFFER $$
Health, Dental, Life Ins,
401k, guaranteed
5 day work week and
paid factory training!
A future Not just a job!
Lakeland Toyota
Call Randy McAlpin
Forconfidential interview
1-863-688-5451 or fax
resume: 1-863-688-8913
I I

STEEL & Sheet metal
workers need. exp or
non exp. 813-404-0794
Welder
with aluminum tig exp.
813-671-9000 Ext 2
1370 Sales I
FURNITURE SALES
Also MANAGEMENT
Must have good work
record & be outgoing.
813-645-7240 Will return
calls for appointment.
Retail Sales Exp pre-
ferred. Biligual a plus.
Local Furniture Store.
Call Steven 754-3547
SALES Professionals
needed for Growing Fur-
niture Retailer. Excel-
lent pay plan Call Jeff
813-764-0727
FAST GROWING NEW
Company Looking for
highly motivated sales
people. Contact:
813-317-6597


I Driver/
|7"I Delivery
BUS DRIVER needed for
Day Care Sch. 2pm-3pm
daily. Good pay. CDL
passenger endorsed
with air brakes req'd.
Call 813-707-1135
DRIVER Class A CDL
Needed for Wholesale
Plant Farm & Landscap-
ing Co. M-F Call
813-626-0575
Driver COVENANT
TRANSPORT. Excellent
Pay & Benefits for Expe-
rienced Drivers 0/0,
Solos Teams & Graduate
Students. Bonuses Paid
Weekly. Equal Opportuni-
ty Employer. (88)MORE
PAY (1-888-667-3729).
Driver
LOCAL DRIVERS
NEW PAY PACKAGE +
$1000 New Hire Bonus for
Experienced Drivers!
AUBURNDALETERMINAL
Class A CDL. Flatbed
experiences plus.
MULERRYTERMINAL
Class A CDL and tanker
end.Recentgrads
welcome! Tuition
reimbursement
Program available.
1-888-562-9065
driveccc.com




DRIVERS Company Driv-
ers Solos/Teams, Class
A/CDL New Pay Pack-
age 3-1-05, Make up to
40 cents/mile & more.
Great Home Time! Also
Owner Operators Need-
ed! 1-877-882-6537 EOE
Oakley Transport, Inc.
DRIVERS LCT WANTS
YOU! New Hire Bonus -
$500! Production Per-
ormance Bonus paid
quarterly. OTR drivers,
solos or teams. 3
months experience &
CDL-A / HAZ required.
Full benefits package-
2000-2005 Equipment.
Call 1-800-362-0159, 24
hours. LCTransporta-
tion.com
DRIVERS local moving co.
Reliable exp'd. drivers
w/own PU truck. Immed
hire 813-659-1200
DRIVERS- Owner Ops &
Co. Drivers Needed
Now! Run SE Only or SE,
Mid-AtIlMW Regional,
0/0- No forced Dispatch,
Good Payplus Fuel.
Call (866)250-4292
Drivers Wanted Cl A CDL
2yrs Exp. New pay scale!
Fuel, safety bonus, home
time & detention pay.
Late Model Equipment &
No Forced Dispatch
Rowland Transportation
352-567-2002
DELIVER TRAVEL TRAIL-
ERS FOR PAY! Thou-
sands of 30 ft travel
trailers originating from
Florida cities. We need
pickup truck owners to
deliver, www.horizon-
transport.com
1380 | General |
General Laborers,
Scaffolders, Welders.
$DAILY WORK$
$ DAILY PAYS
219 Cook St, Brandon FL
Labor Finders 657-7003
Kennel Asst, P/T wanted.
Please send resume to
P.O. Box 2436 Plant City,
FL. 33564-2436.
Check out class 418
for cool deals on A/C's


13801 General I
Order SelectorsTemp to
Perm in Lakeland. Good
co. looking forgood peo-
pie. Must work on Sun-
days. Exc. bnfts. when
perm. call Dixie Staffing
863-686-5356 to apply.
RECEPTIONIST F/T OR
P/T. Please send re-
sume w/days available
to P.O. Box 2436. Plant
City, Fl 33564-2436
RETIREMENT HOME
looking for full/part
time help, iday & night
shift, willtrain, no expe-
rience necessary. Call
813-754-5223
Strawberry Festival/
Plant Ci'ty. Food
Concession help needed
1-800-433-5197
Pin Code 1430
SWEEPER DRIVERS,
D lic. 9pm-7am, hard
work. $360 per week.
Call 813-2 3-3023
WAREHOUSE NIGHT SHIR
%9.50 STRAT HMO
DFWP APPLY IN PER-
SON 2302 YHENDERSON
WAY.
Warehouse/Driver- Class
D Req. Biligual a plus.
Local Furniture Store.
Call Steven 754-3547
WAREHOUSE, night shift
positions Start @ $9.50
per hour. HMO & DFWP.
Apply in person 2302
Henderson Way, Plant
City
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, Fl 33527:
813-659-1415
CAREER POSITIONS. Earn
up to $12-$48/hour. Full
Medical/Dental Bene-
fits and Paid Training on
Clerical, Adminstrative,
Law Enforcement,
Homeland Security
Wildlife and More!
1-800-320-9353 Ext. 2005
13811 Part Time I
BRAILLE WORKS seeking
a data entry person
w/keyboard speed of
70WPM. Start at $10/hr
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
Work At
383|Home .
$750 WEEKLY SALARY!,
Workers needed immedi-
ately. 100% no commute.
Genuine opportunity.
FREE INFO! Call Now!
1-800-251-4956 24 hrs.
$990-$2,320 Weekly Pos-
sible! Starting next
week! 80 Companies
Need Workers Immedi-
ately. No suit! No com-
mute! 100% SATISFAC-
TION GUARANTEED!
FREE Info. Call Now!
1(800)311-789124 hrs.
You'll find value buys ad-
vertised in classified
13801 General I


I Work At
383 Home

HELP WANTED IMMEDI-
ATELY! Looking for seri-
ous people. Easy work
from home with legiti-
mate company.
$1000+ /week. Materi-
als supplied.
1-800-242-0363 Ext. 3818
$1500 WEEKLY GUARAN-
TEED Now Accepting
Applications $50 Cash
Hiring Bonus Guaran-
teed in Writing
1-888-318-1638 Ext 101
www. USMai ling-
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
Selling a guitar can be
easier than playing it.
Place your ad in Musical
instruments, class 420.
Assemble crafts for some
of the largest home
craft assembly firms in
America. Free info
packet. Call for details.
1-801-428-4657 24 hours
DATA ENTRY- Work from
home. Flexible Hours!
$$ Great Pay! $$ Personal
Computer Required.
1-800-873-0345 Ext #204
391-399
S Education

13961 Schools I
No Experience
Necessary. Paid CDL "A"
Training. Enter CCC's
Training Program




1-877-967-5222
Sell yourcamerainasnap
with an ad in class 426!
CNA, LPN or RN Test Prep-
aration. Weekends
days / nights, English /
Spanish. 813-249-2262
727-869-8805
352-592-3704,
407-273-3777 CNA, LPN,
o RN Preparacion de Ex-
amen. Weekends, dias 0
noches.Espanol
EARN YOUR HIGH
SCHOOL Diploma at
home in 6 months or
less. Work at your own
pace.Keep your present
job. First Coast Acade-
my. Call for free bro-
chure. 1-800-658-1180.
http://fcahighs-
chool.org
EARN YOUR DEGREE On-
line from home. Busi-
ness, Paralegal, Com-
puters, Networking and
more. Financial Aid
available, job place-
ment assistance, and
computers provided.
Call free (866)858-2121.
Earn Degree Online from
home. Business *Para-
legal *Computer. Job
placement assistance.
Computer and Financial
aid if qualify. (866)
858-2121 www.Tidewa-
terTechonline.com
HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA!!
Graduate in 4 weeks!
Free brochure. Call Now
1-800-532-6546 Ext. 800
www.continentalaca-
demy.com
S3801 General


TRUSTWORTHY I CUSTOMER-FOCUSED



O BILINGUAL

^Z OPERATORS

Verizon Career Days
120 E Lime Street in Lakeland
(Corner of S. Florida Ave and Lime Street)
Saturday, March 5
10:00 am 2:00 pm
&
Sunday, March 6
1:00 pm 5:00 pm

Qualified candidates will be tested
Saturday Noon 3 pm & Monday/Tuesday
Bring resume, driver's license and
social security verification

Provide 411 Directory Assistance to Verizon customers
Bilingual Operators communicate in both Spanish and English
Center is open 24/7 with various hours and shifts including
days, nights, weekends, holiday and split shifts
Wage is $7.31 per hour with guaranteed increases every 6
months/and quarterly bonus.
If unable to attend Verizon Career Days,
Call 1-800-267-6585 or Visit us online at
www.verizon.com/operatorjobs
Verizon is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer supporting
workforce diversity, m/f/d/v
DS796311


400-499
Merchandise

14001 Misc for Sale I
AIR CONDITIONER- Cen-
tral cool/heat, still in
box, for mobile home or
house. Fac wrnty. $895
813-643-9989 call 24/7
BATHTUB REFINISHING .
Renew / Change Color.
Tub Tile,Sink&ChipRe-
pair. Commercial & Res-
idential. 5 yrs. Warranty
Quick Response,
Insured. Serving Florida
Over 10yrs. "Florida's
Tub Doctor"
1-888-686-9005
BOUTIQUE clearance, ev-
erything must gof All
merchandise & furni-
ture. 1540 S. Dale Mabry
Hwy, Store hrs Tues thru
Sat 10-6.813-251-1734
CHURCH FURNITURE
Does your church need
Pews, Pulpit Set, Baptis-
tery, Crinkle Glass, Stee-
ple or Stain Windows?
Big Sale on new cush-
ioned pews and uphol-
stery for hard pews.
800-231-8360 or
pewsl.com
LAMPS, Attention Deco-
rators, 2 Frederick Coo-
per Lamps, and 2 Tur-
quoise [amrps, please
call 813-963-3525
TIRES (4) BFG33/12.50/15
M/T mtd. on 15x8J Slug
MT Classic 11's less than
80 miles
$1000 OBO.
(813) 294-9193
EXPRESS LONG Distance-
Moving to New York, New
England & all states in
between. Customer rated
A + Air ride trucks. Free
estimates & friendly
service. Relocation Spe-
cialists Lic. #MC299938
1-800-941-3767
All TEMPUR Orthopedic
Memory Foam NASA
Mattresses, warranty.
Cost $1995 must sell,
$399Q, $499K. All sizes &
sets available. Shipped
anywhere]! 813-493-1222
727-733-9334, Toll Free
1-866-476-0289 Visit
website 20% off!
www.swedishbed-
ding.com
I Misc.
400A Wanted
Cash for costume
jewelry. Old photos
fishing equip, model
airplane parts Anything
old. 813-685-5540

WANTED!
DTV/Dish Network
Will pay cash & pickup.
813-786-30 6
WANTED: 20 HOMES to
Show Off Our New Life-
time Exterior Paint. Call
Now to See if Your Home
Qualifies 1-800-672-7114,
(Lic#CBC010111)
I Buy Nonworking Big
Screen TV's. Cash
Today. Will Pick Up.
727-894-7067
$ 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
WE BUY
SAFES
Opened or locked
Hillsborough Lock & Key
813-935-5920
MODEL HOMES NEEDED
FOR Lifetime Exterior
Painting. Call Now to
See iF You Qualify
1-800-937-6635 ext 208
S401 Auctions
PIERCE CO.
SATILLA RIVER

AUCTION
797 acres w/2 MILES
OF RIVER FRONTAGE,
PLANTED PINES,
EXCELLENT FISHING &
HUNTING OFFERED IN 6
TRACTS & AS A WHOLE
FREE COLOR BROCHURE
800-334-9724
www.professional
auctioneers.com
Professional
Auctioneers Inc.
GAL#C1409 FAL#AB290
GIGANTIC 3-DAY Auction.
March 9, 10, 11 2005.
Montgomery, AL. Sin-
gle, Tandem & Tri-Axle
umps (49 of which are
2004-2005 year), Truck
Tractors, Lowboys,
Crawler Loaders & Trac-
tors, Excavators, Motor
Graders, & Scrapers,
Backhoes Rubber Tired
Loaders Forklifts Pav-
ing, Skidders Feller
Bunchers, Log Loaders,
Farm Tractors & Cotton
Pickers. J.M. Wood Auc-
tion Co., Inc. (334)
264-3265. Bryant Wood
AL Lic#1137.
Advertise in Classified
IT'S HERE TODAY....
GONE TOMORROW!


14011 Auctions |
855+ /-Acres-Divided
Beautiful homesites ex-
cellent developmentpo-
tential. Mar. 12 10AM
Romeo (Ocala) FL. 10%
BP (800) 323-8388
www.rowe I auc-
tions.com Rowell Realty
Au479, Ab296.
ABSOLUTE AUCTION
Lawn Equipment, Rider's,
Push, Pressure Washer,
meant. Sold AS-IS"
March 10 6 PM 3206
Sydney Rd, Plant City, Fl
813-659-1718.
Auctioneer Bobby Dixon
AU1355.
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
402 Antiques/
402 Collectibles

Antique Mahogany
Eastlake Settee w/2
Chairs, $1500.
813-505-6846

ANTIQUE Single Seat
Horse Buggy completely
overhauled. $1,650. Cal
752-3268
FRENCH Dining Set, Fruit
wood, inlay draw-leaf
table with carved skirt
Six upholstered chairs
also carved. $2800
813-229-0874

PRIVATE

COLLECTOR
BUYING
*ANTIQUE GUNS
*SHOTGUNS
RIFLES *PISTOLS
*SWORDS*DAGGERS
*ALL MILITARY ITEMS
CALL DAVE
1-888-919-4414
SAROUK PERSIAN RUG
9X16 from 1930's.
Appraised 2003 $15 000
replacement value.
$8000 obo 813-659-3203
WANTED
OLD ORIENTAL ART
High-end Asian art & lac-
quer boxes, cloisonne,
Imperial ceramics, Ko-
rean ceramics, Tiffany's
studio items, American
arts & crafts, high-end
English porcelain, high-
ualt silver items.
CAS'H' AID727-542-9993
14031 Kids Stuff I
Crib, 4 drawer dresser &
changing table, dark
wood,JCPenney, great
condition. $425.
813-230-0322.
1406 Jeweiry I
RING- 1 Carat Diamond
Engagement ring, 6
prong setting, has all
paperwork certified ap-
praisal at $4,300 selling
$3,000.813-654-1257
1407 | Diamonds I
DIAMOND, 2.02CT, Sll
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
se[l $8800,866-484-5723
V Diamonds V
1 & 2 ct, Any Size, Cut,
color and clarity
Great Deals 813-629-6006
Princess cut 1.12ct, color
H, Clarity VVS2, app'd
$8700 asking $3600. Al-
so Raymond Well
watches 813-795-1270
Assher cut stone w/ plat.
band & 2 side baguettes
VVS-1 D-color, tot. wt
2ct GIAcert,appr.$42K,
$25K obo. 813-323-4107
n Stamps -
408 Coins Books
COINS, Currency Bullion.
Buy Sell Trade Coin
Werx. Big Top Flea
Market DI211 Sat & Sun
9a-4p 813-601-6940
COINS WANTED
Corbins's Stamp & Coin.
Estimates / Appraisals.
9a-4 M-S. 813-651-3266.
108 W 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 1 Furniture |

ACCESSORIES
FURNITURE
Floor Model Sale
Top quality bedrooms.
Casual & formal DR. Ent.
ctr. Leather LR. Occass.
this. Memory foam matt
& vanities. Several top
name mfgs. www.elite
wholesalefurniture.com
Open 10-6 M-Sat.
4415 N. Clark Ave.
813-871-1477
SADDLED WITH HORSES?
Advertise in class 525 and
buyers will gallop to
your stable!


1410 1 Furniture
Adjustable Bed full size
excellent condition, like
new. $425. Grey uphol-
stered Sofa & Love Seat.
$175.813-685-3168
ARMOIRE, 6' tall, Blonde
unfinished wood, good
condition.650
813-986-4599

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

E BED$1007
A brand New brand name,
full orqueenorthopedic
pillow top mattress set.
ew in plastic w/wrty
Can deliver. 363-0097
Tampa/Brandon area

BED $100
A brand new matt & box
set, still in plastic. Can
deliver. 813-926-8507
**BED$120**
A brand name orthopedic
pillowtop Ou matt set
ew in plastic w/warr.
813-251-3134. Can del.

BED$125King*
A double sided pillowtop
New. In plastic w/warr.
Can deliver.
813-870-0070

BED $175 QUEEN
A dbl sided pillow top
matt. set New in plastic
w/ warr. Can deliver
813-478-8995

i- BED$185KING
A brand name orthopedic
pillow top mattress set.
ew in plastic w/wrty
Can deliver. 363-0097
Tampa/Brandon area

BED $200
All Cherry Sleigh Bed, Sol-
id Wood HB/FB New in
Boxes 813-643-1388
** BED$266**
MEMORY FOAM SET
New. Qu coiless set. As
seen on TV w/warr.
Can deliver. 813-870-0070

*BED $275 **
All cherry sleigh bed,
solid wd /matt set,
new still in boxes.
813-870-0070. Can del.

BED $299 KING
A dbl sided pillow top
matt set. New in plastic
w/warr Can deliver.
813-727-5223
it BED $300-1
Memory Foam Mattress,
10", developed by NASA,
as seen on TV. 20 yr.
warranty, new inlastic.
Can deliver. 813-363-0097
**BED$65**
A full size matt. set. New
in plastic w/warr. Can
deliver. 813-251-3134
BED 50%-80% OFF
'04 CLEARANCE
Pillowtops, Quilted,
Plush, Memory Foam.
Prices starting at $175.
813-380-6021
WWESELLWHATW
WWE ADVERTISE!"
BED Almost new king size
complete with rails
mattress etc $500. Cal
752-2767

BEDSET$298
21" thick pillow top
Mattress Set. 20 yr.
warranty. 100% brand
new in plastic. Can
deliver. Call 813-363-0097
BEDROOM $1000
All cherry wd sleigh bd,
2 ngtstnds, drsr mirror,
chest, new, retail $3K,
Can del. 813-870-0070
Bedroom$150*
A brand new cherry set.
New in box. Can deliver.
813-870-0070

BEDROOM $1550
A solid wood On/Kg set,
dresser, mirror, 2nite
stands & chest. Still
boxed. Retail $5K. Can
Deliver 813-926-8507
You can unload your
washer with an ad in ap-
pliances, class 416.




SUPER



SAVERS





14111 Super Savers
CURTAINS, country dou-
ble sz New $300. Sell
$75. Like New 754-3325
OUTDOOR patio propane
stainless steel heater
$75.813-752-8485
RUG 5X8 blue floral. New
$200. Sell $75. Like New
813-754-3325








24 THE COURIER MARCH 3, 2005


1410 I Furniture |

BEDROOM $195
A Brand new maple set
New in boxes! Can deliv-
er 813-643-1388

BEDROOM $385
Wood HB, nstand,
Drsr/Mr, Chest. All new
in boxes, 813-643-1388
The Key To SAVINGS Start
Here in Classified!

* Bedroom $645*
6 pc king set. New in
boxes w/warr. Can del.
813-251-3134

BEDROOM 1-13 pc
Exquisit all cherry Wd 4
poster/sleigh set. New in
boxes $1785 813-643-1388
CLASSIFIED WORKS
Bedroom Set, Cherry King
Poster, Dresser with
Mirror, 2 Night Stands, 3
Chests, exc. condition.
$1,100.813-805-9007
BEDROOM SET-Solid oak,
heaboard fits queen or
full, mirrored dresser,
chest, night stand, $500
Call 813-472-9592

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


1410 1 Furniture |
Bedroom suite, Solid Oak
Keller, kg size 4 poster
bed, 2 n stands, man's
chest, triple dresser,
tri-fold bevel gls mir, kg
sz mattress set $1200.
813-948-2814
BEDS 2 twin Craftsmatic,
upgraded mattresses,
new, only 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
cost $1699 sell $399,
K ost $1899 sell $499
Can Deliver Statewide!
All Sizes Avail T P. Tops
AIR & ADJUSTABLE (aM
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
Chair Interactive Health
perfect chair, 0 gravity
recliner, dk grn Ithr,
w/wa nut wd finish. 2
mo. $899.813-220-5856
CRAFTMATIC BED, Single,
excellent condition.
Asking $1,500.
Call 813-839-6817
or 813-837-3135
Check Out Cars/Trucks in
today Classified section!


1410 I Furniture I

i DAYBED$250
Complete with frame, 2
mattresses, trundle, all
new in boxes. Can deliv-
er. 813-363-0097

DAYBED
Complete w/pop-up
trundle & 2 twin matts.
never used, sacrifice
$275 can del 813-926-8507
SHOPPING MADE EASY
That's Classified's prom-
ise! Classified delivers!
DINETTE Hand carved
Solid OakTablewith lea
& 6 Chairs. New in Boxes
$450 Hutch also avail-
able! 813-643-1388
DINING RM Tbl ext to 96"
w/3 leaves, custom pad,
2 arm & 4 side chairs,
buffet & hutch. Maple
$1250 813-839-0867
Dining Room Set, Cherry
Table, Leaf, 6 Chairs,
lighted China Cabinet &
Rug, excellent cond.
$1,100.813-805-9007
Dining Room Set, China
Cabinet and oval Table
with 6 Chairs, Cherry
color. New condition.
$800.813-685-9057
DINING Room set, 8
chairs, dining room
table has wine rack
underneath. Valued @
$6500, Paid $2400, sell
$2000 Brand New
813-651-5593; 679-6315


1410 IFurniture I
DINING ROOM TABLE/SIX
CHAIRS buffet & china
hutch. Whitewash. Two
leaves & dining table pad.
$1600. 813-884-4229
Dining Set, Broyhill in-
cluding china closet,
solid oak table w/6
chairs, wall unit $3000.
Antique piano more
than 200 yrs old $800.
813-334-6094.

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

Dining table & 8 chairs,
Cherry, Bassett. 100%
made USA. 40x68/92
w/2 leaves $1200.
Sideboard, curly Maple
frm same design $200
obo. FREE delivery
813-779-3271

i FUTON$200
Oak with extra thick
mattress. New in boxes.
Can deliver. 813-363-0097

FUTON
Medium oak, honey fin-
ish, 9 layer matt, new in
box, cost $625, sell $285
813-293-1743
You'll find value buys
advertised in Classified
each and every day


14101 Furniture |
LIVING RM SET sofa,
chair,2 end tbls & coffee
tbl, A 2 lamps earth
tones exc. cond. $650.
813-801-9026

LIVING ROOM SET
6 pieces Michelle Gold,
almost brand new $500.
Please call 813-494-6296

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

MATTRESS $125
A brand name, full or qn
pillowtop Mattress Set,
King $195, new in plas-
tic with warranty. Can
deliver. 813-363-0097
Mattress, full size, Sterns
& Foster, barely used
$300. Free frame &
bkcase hdbd..
813-661-6986

CLASSIFIED CAN!
Ready to graduate into a
new car? Classified can
give you the key! Our in-
ventory of choices are
updated everyday!


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1410 I Furniture |

POOL TABLE $1250
4'x8' Pro Series, solid
wood, 1" slate, leather
pockets, K-66 rails Ball
and Claw feet, Worth 5K.
Lifetime warranty.
Can deliver & set-up.
813-363-0097
SALE! Wicker Dining rm,
Living & Bedrm Sets.
Patio furniture, accesso-
ries & gifts. Call Forever
Wicker 813-948-4802
SECTIONAL Sofa Norwalk
4 pc, excellent condition
$2,000 (813) 817-3205
Sofa $175 Love 150
Chair $125. Uphol. New
still in plastic w/warr.
Must sell! 813-251-3134
Can deliver.
Sofa $399, Love 300
All top grain leather set.
New in plastic. Only
$699. Can deliver,
813-870-0070
SOFA BED Queen $450,
Rocker Recliner $175.
Both Lazy Boy Burgun-
dy, like new, originally
$1,800 Call 813-961-710i
SOFA, teal, w/ matching
rocker recliner, exc.
cond.$400.
813-759-1678
Victor Victrola, model
VV-XI $500. Dining rm
set w/hutch Dk. Oak, 6
chrs $1000 obo. Hoosier,
Wht. $150 obo. Must
sell! 813-245-4129

WHOLESALE
TO THE PUBLIC
full boxspring/matt. $159
4pcset Dresser/Mirror,
4 Drawer Chest, Head-
board...... $289.
Bunk Beds..-- $195.
Sofa & Loveseat, Metro
Fiber Fabric, Earthtones

B & B OUTLET
115 S. EVERS ST
PLANT CITY
813-759-8864
Lazy Boy, 2 rocker
recliners, Navy Blue,
upgraded Ithr. Pd $1100
ea. Asking $550 ea. Exc
cond. 813-948-6039
FURNITURE
Broy hill 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
416 I Appliances I
AIR CONDITIONER- Cen-
tral cool/heat, still in
box, for mobile home or
house. Fac wrnty. $895
813-643-9989 call 24/7
Appliances-Absolute
Lowest $ Guaranteed.
Delivery. Woody's
Appliances, $74.50, up.
7604 Broadway626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
APPLIANCES BEST PRIC-
ES IN TOWN! Large se-
lection of washers, dry-
ers, stoves & refrigera-
tors. $79.50 & up. War-
ranty & delivery in lim-
its. Dont gamble, know
your dealer! 45 yrs exp!
7604 Broadway 626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
**APPLIANCES**
USED WITH WARRANTY
From$99*
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
4000 W. Kennedy
281-0777
PARTS TODAY
11900 N. Nebraska
972-4242
Mom & Pops Applianc-
es, $75 & 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, $5175 for all.
813-598-8975
Refrigerator, Whirlpool
Gold, 25cu ft, side by
side black, spill proof
shelf, ice/water, 2 yrs.
$800.352-799-6677
USED APPLIANCES:
Dishwashers $40.
Stoves $80 & up.
Refrigerators $100 & up.
Call Mark 813-224-3412
VACUUM RAINBOW SE
with attachments, very
clean, excellent condo
used very little. $375
813-334-7876
Washer & Dryer, Maytag
Neptune, white, like
new w/ext warranty till
2007. $800.813-681-4973
eves, 813-505-6302 days
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
CLASSIFIED CAN!
Searching for a place to
put your talents to work?
Classified can get the job
done! And if you're hir-
ing we can introduce
you to applicants of ev-
ery kind. Turn to our
pages & you'll find that
Classified has a position
open in every profession


I4 Air I
418I Conditioners

AC/HEAT PUMP Systems
Winter Clearance
new in box with
factory warranty @
wholesale prices.
Example: Split 2ton $726
3ton $825 4ton $1055,
Free Delivery,
352-302-2879
Pre Season Special! A/C
new in box. 5 yr Fact
Warrty, All Homes, Siz-
es: M.Homes, 2-ton
$840, 2/2 -ton $890, 3-
ton $940, 3/z -ton $1020
Prof. Install Lic RMOO-
31291 813/453-9033
NEW**S/DENT
RECONDITIONED UNITS
You Deserve the Best
Prices, Service & In-
stalls. We DoltRightThe
First Time! #RA0039944
REMINGTON AIR 971-2206
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
L Musical I
420 Instruments

Alto Sax Madness!
Buescher 400 Tophat,
Conn 6M Naked Lady &
Fantastic Martin Exc.
Best offers 727-525-2243
Amps, DJ Equip, Speakers
Wireless Mics, Lighting,
Best Rental Selecdtion in
Bay Area. Ask about our
do it yourself DJ pkg.
Beamworks Inc. Rentals
& Sales. (813)855-0709
beamworksinc.com

BASS & GUITARS
BAY AREA'S BEST!
NEW USED VINTAGE
REPAIRS LESSONS
BUY SELL- TRADE
LEGENDS 813-348-0688
DRUMS, 5 PC ROGERS,
Vintage Custom Set,
Dynasonic Snare.
Exc. cond. Still Avail!
$595.813-766-1007.
DRUMS DRUMS
AJ's Pro Percussion
New Used Vintage
Drum Lessons
We Buy Drums Anything
Call A.J. 813-353-1829
PIANO-ESTEY, antique
upright, circa. 1910,
goon cond, mahogany,
mcl bench & comply set
of int'l library of piano
music, bargain $1000.
Call 813-839-1880
PIANO RENTALS
WITH OPTION TO BUY
$25/mo Lowst rates in FL!
BECKER PIANO
813-837-3632
PIANO Roland Digital EP-
9, stand, bench,pedal 88
weighted keys, 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 Samick Baby
Grand, Ivory, A-I Condi-
tion, $4,000 OBO
It 727-686-6304
PIANO, Sohmer baby
grand, built by Mason &
Ramlin, walnut, exc.
cond. $2800
727-542-0132
Roland V-Drums Pro Kit
10 pc TD-10 brain. Great
Condition, barely used.
$1500813-684-8562
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
SRadio, TV, &
14241Stereo
55" HD digital wide
screen, newer big
screen TV, asking $1150.
Can deliver. Also 52" big
screen, older model
$550 obo. 727-771-2665.
FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
SYSTEM Including Stan-
dard Installation! Over
50 Premium Channels
for3 months free! Limit-
ed Time Offer. S&H,
Conditions apply.
1-800-823-8595
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
FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
SYSTEM incl. installa-
tion. 3 months Free 50
premium Channels! Ac-
cess to over 225 chan-
nels! Limited time offer.
S&H, restrictions apply.
1-800-260-2813
FREE DIRECT satellite
systems (equipment &
installation). Up to 4
rooms free! Guaranteed
lowest price in America
on TiVO. 1-866-213-0672
or visit www.satelliteso-
lutions.com


424 I Radio, TV, &
Stereo
HAS YOUR PHONE BEEN
DISCONNECTED? Get
Reconnected Quickly!
Basic Service
$24.95/mo. Long Dis-
tance Plans available,
no deposit. Transferser-
vice- keep same num-
ber. 1-888-467-8286 &
1-800-813-9235 Insta-
tone. Se Habla Espanol
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
1999 Se Habla Espanol
I WANT TO BUY any audio
& video electronics;
Bose, Macintosh, Krell,
any manufacturer Cash.
727-643-6661
SPEAKERS (2),
Stratovarius fir stdg,
comp. restored very
good cond $625 obo.
863-648-1692
Jesse Dollar Sales. New&
used merchandise be-
low wholesale. TVs ste-
reos, Panasonic tele-
phones, cell phones &
other household items.
10018 N. 30th St., Tampa
33612.813-975-2829.
I WANT TO BUY non-
working Big Screen
Televisions. Please
Call 813-986-1229

SPOT
ADVERTISING
WORKS!
1426 1 Photography
NIKON FM2 Titanium $450
Olympus OM4 Titanium
$400 Cannon Lense
Manual 35-2.8 ST shift
$400 Cannon FIN $300.
813-514-1808 245-8239
1427 | Electronics
VIDEO GAMES NEW and
PRE-OWNED video
ames! XBox Playsta-
?on, Gamecube Games
and Accessories at
www.qinkagames.com
(352). 585-6330
I 2 I Medical
428 Equip.

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
Diabetes? Medicare pays
for diabetes testing sup-
plies for qualified bene-
ficiaries. Liberty deliv-
ers them to your door.
No shipping. Satisfaction
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CLASSIFIED
IS ACCESSIBLE
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
40 Office Equip.
430 & Furniture

Aeron Chairs, Used
$575 ea deliver. Model B,
2 stage lift, fully loaded.
3 Colors. Limited Qua.
Tilting Seats- Adj Cloth
Arms.1V 727-647-1853
Arm Chairs Desks Files
Used Office Furniture
Specialist. Commercial
Qlty. At wholesale pric-
es!! EOF 813-877-9400
Bookcases, Chairs,
Desks, Files, Conf.
Tables All In Stock HON
Chairso0% 20%OFF.
635.9255 / 5414 N 56th
Business Phone Systems
New & Used, Installed
1 Year Warranty, AT&T,
Norstar, voice mail.
20 yrs exp. 813-985-5011
Chairs! Chairs! Chairs!
Over 500 used chairs in
stock. Multi functional
mid bck chair $59; much
more! EOF 813-877-9317
Copier/Scanner/Printer,
digital, exc condition,
very low meter, $495.
727-461-4701
www.copyfax2.com
Cubicles-6'x6' Concensus
Al condition $499.00
6'x 7' Steelcase 2 yrs.
new $699.00
877-9400


I3n Office Equip.
"" 0 & Furniture

Desks & Dell Computers
Flawless/perfect condi-
tion. 2 desks, return lat-
eral files, cabinet, key-
board tray. Dell 450 Pre-
cision multi orientation
PC, Dell Poweredge
server 1600sc, inc. 1.5 yr.
onsite Dell warr. Moni-
tor 18" MultiSync LCD
Flat panel. 2 Office
Chairs. Will deliver.
(941)447-4995
Desks! Files! Chairs!
Largest quality selection
in Tampa Bay area!!
Unbeatable $$!E.O.F.
813-877-9317
Files Files Files
Commercial Grade & Qlty
5 Drawer Lat. Files $200
4 Drwr Vert. $49 like new
EOF 813-877-9400
NORTEL PHONE System
6 lines, 16 extensions, 10
telephones (Black)
$1,950 installed. Call
813-610-1982
We Buy Office Furniture!!
Top Dollar Paid $$$
Economy Office Furniture
813-877-9317
I Computers &
431 Equipment

$99 Internet Ready
Computer. Laptops
starting at $149. New
systems starting at
$299.1031W. Busch
PC Services 931.4976
A NEW COMPUTER
BUT NO CASH?
You're APPROVED-
Guaranteed! NO
CREDIT CHECK- Bad
Credit- Bankruptcy OK.
1-800-420-0326
10OA-9P EST Mon-Fri
*Checking Account
R e q uired .
www.pcs4all.com
AMD 2200+ New PC $299
256mb Memory 40gb
Hard Drive CD-Burner
Network, USBs & more!
One Year PC sWarranty.
ISORM: Mon-Sat 10 to 7
14918 North Florida Ave
(813) 264-0408
APPLE IBook 800MHZ,
12.1" screen, many
extras, like new condition
lyr warranty, $695.
813-454-3655
COMPUTER, DELL 2400
Series, New.
$550 OBO
813-650-0694
Computers-Rent To Own!
Bad Credit OK!
S12.25/week
www.ezaypc.com
727-531-0788
Laptop Below Whole$ale
Dell, Compaq, Toshiba
Unlimited Wireless Net
New/Used. Starting $299
CALL 813-468-5278
www.buzztech.net
Lapto Sale! G-way 5300,
P1l 750. 128 ram, 10 gig
hd, CD rom, modem, an
win98 $400 + tax. Chris
813-884-4433 ext 242
I Commercial
432 Equipment
Commercial Wallpaper
Machine Ramco. top
line, exc. cond. $1100.
941-447-5910

John Deere Z Track 757,
54" cut 200plus hours.
$5800 obo. 270-627-0608
askforKenny.

Pallet Rack System
Ends4.5'x12 $26.50ea.
Beams 8.5ft Long $11.
Grates42"x48"$8.
Call 813-571-9762
SHAVED ICE (Sno cone)
machine, 20-Block ice
maker, + other related
equip. Call
727-527-2644
VH1 Carpet Extractor
Vonschrader, $1100.
E/spirit upholst. clean-
er, $1100. Both low hrs.
352-686-1564: 688-3867
1I Restaurant/
434 Hotel Equip

2003 Technics Home The-
ater system. 6.1 receiv-
er. Class H + Dbl cass, E
disc CD, 4 Sony speakers.
Must sell. Almost new.
$400 obo 813-495-7125
Cappuccino Machine,
Italian made, by Sotech,
like new pd $3400 ask-
ing $1500.941-342-6702
CONCESSION TRAILER
(New) loaded state of
the art, All S/S. Tile fir,
404-663-9989 Moving
must sell. Ser inq. only
ESPRESSO Commercial
2 head Brew, $2800.
Photos www.edf2.com
delivery
Credit cards 352-472-9895
GAS GRILL 36", 36" gas 6
burner stove. 6' Hobart
pizza oven, Hussmann
Hot del; case, refrigera-
tor prep table, 36" Star
hot dog roller
941-723-6000
HOBART Mixers, Glass
Door Coolers, Grills,
Stoves, Pizza Ovens, &
walk-in coolers. Call
727-581-9292
Walk-in Freezer, 8x16,
good panels, hp 1/6,
freon R22, 22 amps, 5 yrs
warranty on nev com-
pressor. $1500 obo.
13-833-6918.


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vac, inverter, super
slide outm mush more
$98,000 352-567-3736
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
Want Ads
40' American Eagle 2001
Loaded, 28K mi, 2 slides,
No smoke/pets Like
new! Very clean! $159K
812 480-2458
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.
56O Campers&
562 1 Travel Trirs

2001 Breckenridge, 102
wide recreational park
trailer, 2 push outs,
many extras, new aw-
ning, 2 new lazy boy
chrs, loc on site 222 Lit-
tle Manatee Springs RV
Park on US 301, S. of Sun
City. Exc shape. $17,000
neg. 813-633-5371
25' 1988 PROWLER, New
air & door. Sleeps 6.
Refrig, stove & oven, Big
bath. $3000/OBO.
813-220-4215
26' 2001 TRAIL MANOR
closes to 19' for easy
towing and stores in ga-
rage. Hard wall sides &
top. a/c, sleeps 6 like
new. must see $15,000
(813) 792-7666
27' 1994 Wilderness, fully
self contained, 1 owner,
priv. rear bdrm, roof air,
awning exc. condition.
$6400 Obo. 813-285-1480
28' 1985 Terry Tauris, ful-
ly contained priv. rear
bdrm, full bath/shower,
roof air, non smoker.
$4500 obo. 813-285-7888


5 Campers &
5621 Travel TrIrs

32' Kountry Comfort 2000
Fully self contained, 1
owner, Must sell! Excel-
lent cond. $9250 obo.
Cell: 559-469-6574
33' 1985 Avion, tri-axle,
roof air, priv. rear & frnt
bdrm's sleeps6 full self
cont'd, Reese hitch tow
pkg, new tires 1 owner,
non-smoker, all original,
exc cond. many extras,
must see to appreciate.
$5900 obo. 813-205-9255
35/2 'NEWMAR 5th wheel,
Kountry Star 2000 2
slides loaded w/extras.
Garaged. Exc. Cond.
$31k obo 863-422-6531
36' 2004 Praire Schooner
(FMS), self cont, 3 slides
2 firepl. Immaculant
Cond. $49,999/obo. Call
Don 813-661-6963
43' 5th wheel. 4 tip outs,
ovely full kitchen
w/side by side freezer/
fridge. Washer/ dryer,
large generator, new
queen bed, queen sofa
bed, 2 TVs. Millie
863-665-5816. $19,500.
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563 Accessories

CAR DOLLY
Kar Kaddie, new tires, exc
condition, $1,000obo
813-792-2150/394-6534
TOW BAR Stowmaster,
quick disconnect,
chains, cover, lights.
$300. Call 813-269-5797
II I Recreational
564 Rental

NEW COLEMAN POPUP
Campers available for
rent. A/C, sink, stove,
frig. For reservations
cal Lynn 813-546-1827
1565 |RV Storage I

Fowler & 1-75
RV's/Boats, etc. Security,
$50/mo
813-986-3094
C'wood RV/Boat storage.
Sec pkg w/24 hr access,
bright night lighting &
wash area. From $35
813-968-4991; 505-2803
South Bay RV & Boat
Storage -Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000
Irn Swimming
580" Pools & Spas

A-1 SPAS
Winter Bargains!
3-4 seat spa,$1299
4 seat spa w/waterfall &
rainbow light, $2495
5 seat w/loune, water-
fall, rainbow aWht $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
A + POOL HEATERS FAC-
TORY DIRECT: Solar,
Heat Pump or Gas. Com-
plete do-ii-ourself pool
neater kits. Phone
quotes installation
available in most areas.
1-800-333-9276, ext. 501.
www.TheEnergySuper
Market.com Lic
#CWC029795 Insured.
Dealer inquiries wel-
come.
I Water
583 Vehicles

1987 KAWASAKI JET SKI,
650 CC, low hours, very
good condition, runs
good. $1,400.
813-289-0033
SEEDOO2001 Bombardier
w/trlr, ex con, 3 seater,
low hrs, dir maint, gar
kept, new cover, acces-
sor. $5000.813-657-4270
1992 YAMAHA JET SKI,
650 CC, very good condi-
tion, runs good. $2,100.
813-289-0033
1584 | Boats |
08' Flatbottom, fibre
glass, 2 seats with live
well with Honda 2hp 4
cycle. Will deliver. $740.
Call 813-624-3979
14' 2004 PONTOON boat 4
stroke motor & trir. On
Sale $4595. Call
941-355-3813
14' ALUMINUM Semi-V
boat, w/trailer, poling
platform, no motor,
g ood, seaworthy boat.
$450. Call 813-986-2129
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,
new carpet tires, ready
to fish. t3600 obo.
813-662-6432

ter console, outboard 88
special, evinrude en-
gine, bimini top looks &
runs good needs trailer.
$1,900.813-417-7467
17'/2'1994ANGLER CC 90
hp Yamaha, less than 50
hrs, stereo am/fmr cd,
fish & depth finder
$4800 obo 813-598-5969
Spot Advertising Works


I 584 I Boats I
17.5' ActionCraft w/ 1997
175 Evinrude 1992 hull
polling platforms, live
well, xtras. Reduced to
$9500 obo. 863-660-2887
18' 1999 Seedoo chal-
lenger 1800, 2 twin Ro-
tax engines, low hours
under 100, freshwater,
$9,999.813-908-8612
18'6" RANGER 370V, exc
cond, 150XP Evinrude,
jack plate, SS prop, new
batteries, cstm cover
$6500 obo 813-873-8834
18' ASTRO Boat w/150
Mercury motor w/trail-
er$9,500.813-752-6268
18' FLATS/BASS LOWES/
GRUMMAN, new 50HP
Johnson new controls,
new trailer. $4200.
813.872.7370813.368.6484
18FT. Searay Laguna, 115
Merc, Trailer,
T-Top Stereo, Depth
Recorder & CB. Asking
$7900. Call 813-505-2495
boat, w/trlr, twin 135hp,
seats 7,2 r facwarr, dIr
main, CD, and more.
$13,000.813-657-4270
20' Pontoon Boat, All
alum., 6Ohp Merc, Good
shape, custom trailer.
$5500/obo.
813-695-6619
20.2' 2004 Hydrasport All
Electronics inci, Low
Hours, Take over pay-
ments or best offers Se-
rious only 813-684-9225
22' KEYWEST Ctr console
19999 200 Merc, am/fm/
CD, FF, cushion pkg., ex-
tras trir. 1 owner
$16,500 (941) 966-6007
23' BAYLINER2000 CABIN,
5.0 Mercruiser I/O, new
risers, manifolds, ex-
haust system, SS prop,
radio, compass, GPS,
Coast Guard approved
w/trlr & extras. $20000.
727-507-9370/648-2204
233 REGAL 1993 exc cond
has all the comforts of
home. $18.000 OBO
(8131404.3415

25'6' Cobia 240WA 2000
Cuddy 250HP 3ama113
SSII Lb.-t if eIras. H&D
kept, well maint, ready!

1978 Twin Chrysler en-
gines. w/ low hrs, sleeps
6, A/C, refrig, stand up
head, garmin GPS VHP,
clean must see! $14,900
obo 727-415-1010
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
32'1985 Marinett, F.B. Sa-
dan twin 318Cu." Good
condition air Slip avail.
$25 000 for quick sale.
Mike (727) 204-7988
BAYLINER 1986
Motor & new trailer
$2500.
813-719-8257
BOATS Several storm
damaged and donated
boats for sale: 18' to 32'
Mike (727) 204-7988
Canoe Sportsman 2001,
fiberglass, 12'9" long,
trolling motor, sea,
oars canoe carrier.
$1606.00 813-689-7265
585 I Boat Slips -
S| 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 front of Grand
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
Harbor Island Boat Slip
Garrison Channel Float-
ing Docks can accom-
modate small to large
boats with shore power.
Call 813-832-5430
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
St. Pete for rent 60' boat
covered boat slip,
month to month no con-
tract needed. Available
immed. 813-293-6893.
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Carrollwood Outside
Storage! All boats/RVs
welcome. Secure facility/
24 hr acc. Reasonable
rates. 813-505-2803
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+ /mo. Secured loc'i
813-684-9171
Marine
5861 Supplies &
Repairs
MOTOR 1999 25hp Tohat-
su Tiller control, 20"
long shaft, electric &
pull start. Asking
$1500obo 813-238-7518
YAMAHA MTR- Outboard,
9 1/2 horse power, long
shaft 4 stroke elec
start. New $2400. Sell
for $1100.352-597-4446
T-TOPS ANODIZED
ALUM with new Canvas.
Customized to fit any
Boat $800. 941-266-0903
.www.aqua-shade.com
BOAT TRAILER, alum.
8200 GVW up to 28'
boat, H.D. tandem
Magic Tilt, $1600 obo.
813-901-9070
Boat-FREE!! 26' 1976
Cruiser Inc. No Engine.
Can Deliver. Easy load
trailer $900 obo.
Mike (727) 204-7988
Antique 1957 35hp
Evinrude with tank.
$450.813-677-2010
600-649
Transportation

S191 Automotive
Services
Bay Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warrarny
Auto/ Boat/ RV
727-934-1731
Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
BMW 1996 318, 1.9L en-
gine, auto transm., etc.
arting 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
S ITrucks Light
l l | Duty

CHEVY 1992 Silverado,
extended cab, fully
loaded like new low
mileage, asking $6000
obo. 813-879-9590
CHEVY 1995 Silverado
1500 Ext Cab 350 5.7L V8
all power, CD, auto, bed-
liner toolbox, clean.
$60060813-610-1007
CHEVY 2000 Silverado,
ex-cab, 3 dr auto, V-8,
Fully equip, low mi, exc
cond, $10200
813-454-7515
DODGE 2004 RAM QUAD
CAB, V8, 11K, Take Over
Payments. Call
352-238-2462 -or
352-796-3659.
FORD 1996 Ranger with
work topper. 6 cylinder,
excellent condition,
$3000.813-783-1263

FORD 1998 F-150 XLT
Super Cab, Wht auto
immaculate. Only 56K
mi. Must sell! $10,900.
813-886-8558
FORD 1998 F150 XLT,
Extended Cab, If you see
the Truck, you will buy
it. Excellent cond., all
records, new tires bed-
liner, new carpet. Clean,
clean, clean. 100K mi.
$8,400.813-764-8173

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 F150 XLT Sport
4x4 Supercab. Power
pack, V-8, 5 spd, topper,
black 47K mi, exc cond.
$18,500 obo 813-973-3596
FORD 2002 LIGHTING
85,000 mi, White, Pick-
up, Auto, 2WD, 8 cyl.
$18,500 o.b.o. Must Sell
(813)927-0185
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1629I Trucks Lightl
29 Duty
FORD 2004 LIGHTNING,
black, 2,200 mi, full fac-
tory warranty, cover &
accessories $30,500.
Cell 813-541-2302.
FORD 2004 Sport Track
XLT, 19K, loaded, htd
Ithr 6 way pwr seats, bed
ext CD, new $30,54 sell
$21,500 obo 813-431-9118
ISUZU 1987 PICK UP/
PUP, 49K original miles
no A/C, 4cyl, 2.3L, 3spd
auto transm. on floor,
new tires, new rims. SS
exhaust, Alpine radio/
CD w/spkrs, bedliner,
topper, new paint whi
over pewter, no rust
$2,500.813-980-6707
NISSAN 1997 pickup,
black, 76k miles exc
cond, new tires, S spd,
AM/FM CD & AC. $4295.
Call 813-434-5584.
TOYOTA 2001 Tundra
4wd, 4 door loaded, one
owner, 40k mi, good
condition. $16,000.
813-300-7565.
TOYOTA 2002 Tacoma
Exc Cond, 5spd, am/fm/
cassette low mi. $9800
684-5100 after 4pm;
744-8360 x 283 days.
Toyota 2002 Tundra Ltd
Ed, White, V8, 44k mi, 5
yr 100k mi warr, loaded,
Ithr, keyless entry &
alarm, tow pk $18,000.
Call 813-363-3460
TOYOTA 2002 TUNDRA
V8, auto, 37K mi., key-
less alarm tow pkg,
pw/pl, AM/FM/CD, new
tires. $15,500 961-8128
It's A Buyers' Market........
. .........and Classified is the
BUYER'S MARKETPLACE!
Toyota 2003 Tundra SR5
Vb Access Cab, BIk,
warren step bar, remov-
able bed cover, extras.
$19,500.352-848-1112
130n Trucks |
30 Heavy Duty '

CHEVY 1986 454, 2x4, 1
ton dually, hd diamond
plate flatbed/headache
rack, AC, good truck,
$2400 obo. 352-636-8622

CHEVY 2002 2500
HD 4dr crew cab, loaded,
Ithr, tool box only 23K
mi$23,000 813-318-1138
FORD 1989 Econoline,
diesel, 17' box 159K mi.
A/C, auto, $5200 obo.
360-907-1448

FORD 1994 Step Van, 14'
Aluim, 1 Ton Dually, 7.3
Super Duty DIESEL,1 cor-
porate owner, 125K Mi,
$6,995* 727-544-3114
FORD 1996 F250 Diesel Ext
Cab longbed, tow pkg,
4x4, gooseneck hitc,
new auto trans 181K mi.
$10,000 813-677-0959
INTERNATIONAL 1990 18'
Box, 29K GVW, 4700 Die-
sel, 1 corporate owner,
150K Mi, Clean.
$6,500 727-544-3114

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FORD 1999 F150 4x4,
6cyl auto, ps, ac,
am/fm, air bags, abs,
teal color w/graphite
int., fiberglass tilt bed
cover, new transmis-
sion all-terrain tires,
$7,200, 813-931-8900
Want Ads
JEEP 1978 CJ5, 304V8, new
seats & top, 95K mi. $4K
or best offer.
813-318-2418

|631 Vans I
CHEVY 2000 Express
G3500 Ext. Cargo Van,
2nd owner, 115K-mi., exc
cond. $8600 obo.
813-986-1709/874-3197
CHEVY 2004 Cargo Van,
warranty, pampered,
alarm, tint, A-1 cond.
50K take over pay ments
$46!/mo.813-759-1119
CHRYSLER 1999 Town N
Country, 10" lowered fir,
lowered door, wheelchr
tie-downs 1 yr old con-
version. 727-492-1630
DODGE 1999 Caravan,
Green, auto, am/fm.
$3499/obo. Good Cond!
813-651-0220
DODGE 2001 RAM 1500
Conversion Van, loaded,
still under warranty, ex-
cellent condition,
$12,500 813-655-8257
FORD 1994 Van, full size,
E150, brown, wheelchair
lift, runs exc, LOADED,
$6900
863-666-6570




GMC 1992 2500 high top
conversion van, andi-
cap accessible, Ricon
lift through back door,
/Strant tie down sys-
tem, good condition, AC,
AT, power brakes, cap-
tain s chairs & extras.
$3595. 813-626-1315.


16311 Vans I
HONDA 2000 ODYSSEY.EX
Orig owner, new Michel-
ins, 74K mi, PW, PL, rear
AC. Exc. condition
$11,900.813-907-0348
OLDS 1995 luxury model,
all Ithr, ice cold AC, all
pwr, new tires, tint,
looks & runs like new
$2950 Call 727-505-9048
PONITIAC 2001 Montana
Mini Van 62 500 miles
TV/Video player CD,
cassette Loaded. $9,500
352-793-2665
TOYOTA 1998SIENNAXLE
70K mi., 7 passengers,
front& rear AC, V6, fully
loaded pwr everything,
extra clean, $9,950 firm.
Call 813-393-6208
TOYOTA 1999 SIENNA
60,000 mi, Burgundy,
$11,250 OBO. Must Sell,
(813)657-9394

I | Sport Utility
632 Vehicles
BMW 2001 X5 3.0, Topaz
Blue Metallic w/ sand
Ithrint, CD,45K mi.w/
fact warr. to 50K. $27 800.
Call 813-920-2323
CHEVY 1998 SUBURBAN
LT pkg all options. One
owner, all records, out-
standing condition. New
Michelins. $8,500 (813)
254-0754
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 Ithr, AWD, 17"
chrome whis, fully loaded
w/ dvd, smoke free, fact.
warranty. Below book 0
$23,995.813.817.5466
DODGE 2002 DURANGO
39k mi, 5.9L Metallic
Gray, Auto., 4AWD, full
power, dual ac, CD play-
er, 3rd seat towing pkg,
must see $16,900 obo
(813) 310-7555
Ford 1990 Bronco II 4
wheel drive, $2000.
Good Condition.
813-657-6694
FORD 1996 Explorer XLT
4dr, New tran, all new
tires, new brakes, CD
system. Exc cond. 116k
mi. $4200.813-267-2428
FORD 1998 EXPEDITION
Eddie Bauer, 4WD, blue,
tan Ithr, 132K mi, loaded,
garage kept, 1 owner,
$10,000 813-245-7795
FORD 1998 Explorer
Sport stndrd 71K blk
tint, blk out hd/ til Igt
cvrs, Xenon Airdamn,
$6900 813-323-6570
FORD 1998 EXPLORER
XLT, 80K miles,
excellent condition
$8000.813-961-4298

FORD 2000 EXPLORER
61,000 mi, Green, Sports
Utility, Auto., 2 WD, 6
Cyl. 2-door Soort clean,
fully loaded, $6500 (813)
289-0123
FORD 2001 Escape XLS
55K mi. manual, red,
exc. cond. $7500. Ruskin
813-394-7119

FORD 2002 Explorer 2DR
sport, black, 28K mi.
prem. pkg, auto, r-brds
moonrf, mfg warr.
$13,995.813-817-6186
FORD 2003 Expedition
Eddie Bauer Blue w/tan
leather, extra clean, ext
warr, 38.5k mi. Loaded!
$26,900.813-817-8887
GMC 1999 YUCON SLT,
4WD, loaded w/options,
great cond, dir maint,
owjack $12,900.
813-949-3919
GMC 2000 JIMMY SLT,
4 dr, 4x4, Ithr, PW PL
pwr seat, X clean, 66,500
miles, New Tires, $8,900
813-416-4959
GMC 2002 YUKON DENALI
XL 1 owner, garage kept
immaculate cond, 10'
DVD, wht w/sand int.,
$28,500 813-390-0000
HUMMER 2003 H2, bur-
gundy, sun rf, luxury,
chrome pkg, 20 chrome
whis, DVD/VCR/TV Ent
ctr, back up camera
gobi rack & lights, 6K mi,
Mint cond! $48,500 obo
727-415-1010-
HUMMER 2004 H2 Only
9,400 miles, Loaded, Nav
system, 2 dvds, $47,500
813 695-3579

Jeep 1995 Wrangler, soft
top, lift kit, CD, alloy
whis, fog lamps, sporty
Red, 4 cyl, 4x4,5 spd.
$6,000 obo. 813-892-6226
JEEP 1995 WRANGLER, 4
cyl, 4 WD, blue 74k mi,
exc cond, new top, new
tires, A/C. $5800
813-716-1060
Jeep 1995 Wrangler, 4cyl
5spd, 4x4, BlacK, rebuilt
motor, great tires, no
air,soft top. $4500.
Call 813-626-5375
JEEP2000 GRAND CHERO-
KEE Sport Utility, Very
clean, 6 Cyl, alloysAuto
everything, 50k mi., One
owner, Must See.
$11,750 obo 813/839-3663
JEEP 2002 Liberty 4x4, 43k
miles, automatic, CD,
hitch, running boards,
many options, $17,900.
813-818-2800.


632 Sport Utility
3 Vehicles
LAND Rover 1998 Range
Rover 50 yr anniv 89K
mi, loaded, very clean,
grt cond Blk. $12,250obo
813-348-4628
Land Rover 2000 Range
Rover HSE Rhino Ed. 62K
mi, loaded, gray on
black. $22,900
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
LANDROVER 2001 Discov-
ery SE, Black, 50K mi,
loaded, Ithr towing, like
new book$19,56, sell
$18,50bobo 813-334-4387
LEXUS 2004 GX470, 1500
mi, showroom condition
Champagne ext, Tan
glove Ithr, chrome whis,
6 disc full fact warr,
$44,900.352-382-7354
LEXUS 2004 RX330 Tan,
Loaded, Leather, 1 Own-
er, ONLY! 6K Mi, Mint!
$34,200-
V 813-949-17061
LINCOLN 2004
NAVIGATOR, Maroon
loaded, 18,500 mi. $60K
new. $37,800 now!
727-809-3007
Mitsubishi 2000 Montero
Sport 4dr auto w/ air,
117K mi., bik w/ grey
cloth int., 2nd owner.
$5650.813-986-1709
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
Check out our Pet Classi-
fications to find the fur-
ry or feathered friend
that you seek!
Nissan 2003 PathfinderSE
immaculate, Merlot, 23k
miles, loaded fac wrty,
Bank loan $23,500. Ask
$21,500.813-763-7636
TOYOTA 1994 RUNNER
123,000 mi, Auto, 4x4,
V6, Ithr, CD, sunroof.
Runs great. Below blue
book 0 $5,200. (813)
546-5808
TOYOTA 1996 RUNNER
SRS, Grn, auto, V6,2WD,
PS/W/L, tilt, cruise,
AM/FM/CD, ABS, tow,
cloth, alloy. 106K mi.
$8,200 obo. 813-786-7072
TOYOTA 1999 RUNNER,
Limited Edition, exc
cond., fully loaded, 44k
mi, $15,500 obo. Must
sell. Call 813-300-2786
TOYOTA 1999 Rav4 dark
green, 5 spd, 64K mi,
cassette, roof rack,
pw/pl, cruise control.
$7500.813-892-4916
TOYOTA 2001 4 RUNNER
SR5, Grn, P/W, sunrf, au-
to, run bds, 57k mi,
cd/cass, exc cond
$16.5K 813-215-7262
TOYOTA 2001 4 Runner
Limited, black, 2 wheel
drive, 78k miles,
$15,300.813-690-0540.

TOYOTA 2002
HIGHLANDER, Blue
w/Tan Ithr interior, exc
cond, $18,500 or best
offer. 813-765-3300
TOYOTA 2002 SEQUOIA
SRS, 42K wht, new, all
opt, sunrf, Ithr towpkg,
records, warr ltOk-12'08
$27,900 813-760-3231
CLASSIFIED WORKS
16351 Motorcycles
DUCATI 2004 998 Limited
Ed. Matrix, drk grn, mi-
cron carbon fi ber ex-
haust syst, pwr com-
mander & other carbon
fiber pieces on bike.
$14k Chris 813-298-9398
Fatboy Clone, Wrecked,
rebuilt Evo motor &
trans, S & S cases,
w/MSO's & receipts,
never titled, $5000 O00.
321-297-7430
HARLEY 1973 XLH recent-
ly rebuilt eng. & starter.
New exhaust, rear tire&
battery. Saddlebags.
$3,900.813-715-6103
HARLEY 1990 Sportster,
1200 conv, 10K mi, Red,
S&S carb, wdshld, bags,
xtra chrome & xtras
$6200 obo. 727-433-0187
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1991
Softtail/Fatboy Unique
custom bike. $10,995
obo 813-986-4991
863-646-0927 412-0056
HARLEY 1996 SPORTSTER
1200 cc, exc cond $6200.
Call for details
813-677-6270

HARLEY DAVIDSON 1997
Ultra Classic 63k miles,
loaded plus helmets fir
lift, 12ft trIr w/tilt rite.
$12K 813-503-6532
Harley Davidson 1999883,
1100 mi, garage kept,
candy apple red! $5500
Firm. 813-404-2874; or
813-621-2450
Harley Davidson 2001
Road King; Cam, hi flow
A/C, many extras, much
chrome. $14,900
813-671-1832,748-8388
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2001
ROAD KING, (x2) excel-
lent condition. Will
Sacrafice $15,000 &
$14,000.813-994-1435


1635 | Motorcycles |
Harley Davidson 2002
FXSTS, Scream. Eag.
Stage #1, Samp. Pipes,
Sadd. Bags, W/shield,
Tour. Seat, Many Extras
Ext Warr 09 $17s50
Cal i 813-417-1880
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2003
Sportster Custom 100th
anniv ed. 2400 mi, mint,
many extras. $7200 obo.
727-424-5787
HARLEY 2004 HERITAGE
SOFTTAIL, 563 orig. mi.
Red, loaded fact. warr.,
EFI. Must sell, $20K obo..
813-785-2249 920-5345
HD 2003 Limited Ed. Fat
Boy, 2 tone, 3100 mi,
stage II, $16,500, tax, tag
& title, trir $500 extra.
Must see! 813-251-5639
HONDA 2000 SHADOW,
1100CC spirit, 14K miles,
bik, new tires & seat, ga-
rage kept excellent cond,
$4000. (41) 504-6520
HONDA 2003 Shadow
Spirit 750. Purple Ghost
Flame, 900 mi., lots of
chrome & extras mint.
$5200.813-759-6622
HONDA 2003 XR400 4
Stroke Dirt Bike, must
sell, excellent cond.
$3,800.
813-310-9175
HONDA 2003 XR70R dirt-
bike excel cond great
1st bike $1075-call
973-214-7617

HONDA 2004 CMX 250,
low mileage, red, Exc.
cond. $3500.
813-689-0768
Honda 2004 VTX-1300C
Candy Red, 3200 mi,
Wndshld, Utopia Bk rest,
Perf. Cond. Ext Warr.
$9000.813-643-9326
HONDA 2004-VTX 1300
mint condition, garage
kept, 975 mi, Metallic
Blue, 3 yr warranty.
$7,950.813-948-2018
KAWASAKI 1998 ZX6R,
Black w/Red & Silver
tribal graphics, polished
frame & swing arm,
Muzzysfull header & ex-
haust, jet kit, Vortek
rear sprocket, Vortek
rear sets, undertail,
14,225 mi many extras.
$4,800. 727-452-4475 or
813-385-5691
KAWASAKI 2003 KX125
dirt bike, used 5 hours,
like new condition with
extras, will take $2800.
Call 813-677-6361
KAWASAKI 2003 VULCAN
1600 cruiser, like new,
2300 mi, helmets incl, lots
of extras Moving! Must
sell! $9750.813.655-9508
KTM 2001 SX125, Pro
circuit suspension,
extensive motor work,
garage kept, $2500 obo.
813-973-1171
SUZUKI 1993 INTRUDER
1400cc, shaft drive, new
tires & battery. Looks &
runs great! $3K obo.
13-839-7954
SUZUKI 1997 1400 Intrud-
er 23K mi, navy/cream,
beautiful bike! Many ex-
tras included. $4,200
813-960-8020
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
YAMAHA 1975 XS650
twin, 3000 mi, new tires,
battery, runs & looks
good. $1,595 Call
813-986-2923 lv rmsg
Two Bikes for price of
one Kawasaki 03 Ninja
ZX-6R 9K AND '94 Hon-
da CBk600,28K mi Both
$9000.863-518-9233
2002 FATBOY/FI Smokin!
Must see!! have to sell
fast. $17K (813)
363-7301

1636 | Golf Carts |
CLUB CAR golfcart, good
condition, 3yrs old, Re-
tail $3000, asking $2700
nego. Call 813-752-9459

EASY GO 2002 Completely
reconditioned. New bat-
tery covers, windshield
& lights. $2400.
813-634-1694
GEM 2000 E825, 2 Pass. w/
golf rack. Street legal,
under 800 miles total,
like new. $3,750.
Call 941-408-0459
GOLF CARS: 2002 E-Z Go
$2000.2001 E-Z Go $1800
E-Z Go 36 volt remain.
cars $3295.'02 Club Cars
$1935 Call 800-571-1644

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
Golf Cart 89 Club Car
600 or best offer.
813-982-0019
813-365-0541
GOLFCART 1998 CLUB,
gas, white, good condi-
tion. Must Sell!
$1875obo 813-610-7995
16371ATVs I
HONDA 1987 250X Runs &
looks great. Asking
$2000. Leave message.
727-384-6233
Class 584 is your ticket to
Boating Adventure!


16371 ATVs I
YAMAHA 1998 350
Warrior, 4 wheeler,
extra clean, will trade
for 4x4 Jeep or $1700
Obo. 813-842-9316
YAMAHA 2001 660 RAP-
TOR great condition,
Nerf& grab bars. $4,400
obo. Call 813-244-5142

I Vehicles
640 Wanted

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help the blind. Tax
deductible. Free towing.
Free phone card to
donors with ad #3456.
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The Cancer Fund of
America. Help Those
Suffering With Cancer
Today. Free Towing &
Tax Deductible
1-800-835-9372
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For Cars Running or Not!
We'll come pick it up!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535
I. WANTED
.' DEADORALIVE
Cars trucks & vans
Cash Paid. Free Tow.
813.930.2464813.760.2656
CASH TODAY!
For Cars, Trucks & Vans
Running Or Not.
813-630-9201 Or
813-728-7979
$$$$ CASH $$$$
For Cars, Trucks & Vans
Any Price/Any Time
CALL ME FIRST!
727-505-3882
WE BUY CARS Trucks
RV's, Boats. Real Top
$$$, CASH Today! Any
Condition. Free Removal,
24hrs.R 813-963-5508

$$$C 4 CARS
We buy Good, Bad
&lUgly Cars!!
TOP PAY813-453-3136
Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
CADILLAC 1983 Eldorado
Rolls Royce front, count.
back. Wht/Dk Blue cab-
aret top, gar'd + 1 own-
er, x-shape, gorgeous
car. $3K. 813-677-0146
CHEVY 1954 PICKUP
on 4x4 Ford Train new
wiring/tires, Daily
driver 2,500 obo.
813-672-1640
CHEVY 1969 NOVA SS,
Black, stroker V8, auto,
almost show car.
$14,000. Winter Haven
Call 863-412-6965
CHEVY 1970 Camaro
rolling chassis, clear
title, needs complete
restoration, $900 obo.
813-760-5606
Corvette 1966 Roadster
Maroon w/blk int, 327
4spdside pipes, new
clutch, exc condition.
$38,500.727-372-7808
Datsun 1974 260Z, new
350 V8, auto, ovre 350hp,
new red paint, and cus-
tom wheels. $15k.
813-960-8365
FORD 1924 MODELTTour-
ing Car w/all new wood,
new radiator & seats.
$13,900. 813-715-6103
FORD 1929 2 door Sedan
350, V8 automatic, disc
brakes, Jaguar front &
rear chrome suspension,
new chromed wheels &
tires, super nice. $27,500
obo or trade for nice,
older Convertible.
Call 813-783-1838
FORD 1930 MODEL "A"
SEDAN Delivery, run'g
gear restored w/ re-b t
eng & new tires, 100%
Scompl w/orig well fend-
ers. Body & sheet metal
disassembled. Many
access. $8500 FIRM
813-996-4516
FORD 1941 2dr Solid car,
orig flathead eng, Ithr
int, no rust. Ready to go.
Drives great. Unique!
$18.5Kobo 813-610-5988
FORD 1958 Retractable
hardtop rare automo-
bile. Red/White. Needs
some cosmetic work.
$25kobo 813-571-0125
FORD 1988 BRONCO II,
126K miles, runs good,
6cyl, manual trans, new
front tires CD player,
$l,100obo 813-382-0378
MUSTANG 1973 Mach 1,
351 Cleavland 4 barrel,
all orig, runs great.
$7500 obo
813-248-2223
(2)66 Mustang Coupes, 1
restorable, I for parts,
AC, Pwr steering auto
V8, Asking $2650
352-254-0010
PORSCHE 1972 914-4
blk/Sspd/targa/1.8L.
Runs great. Fun car. All
records. Rebuilt eng/
trans/ brakes/fuel min.
Own a piece of history.
$6700 obo. 347-229-6249
PORSCHE 1982 911 Car-
rera Sports Coupe, cher-
ry red low mi, fully load-
edw/lthr int. Mint cond.
$15K obo. 863-529-8208
PORSCHE 1982 928 Clas-
sic wht/gold trim. Tan
int., newtires, paint, etc.
Exc. cond. Must See!
$8500 obo (863) 646-2348


Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
PORSCHE 1983 944,
5spd, A/C, CD plyr, well
maintained, collectible
or use as daily driver,
$4,200.813-949-0120
TOYOTA 1980 Cressida
V6, auto ac good driv-
er, last collector car.
Priced right at $3675obo
813-610-5988
TRIUMPH 1961 TR3, Com-
plete restoration, mari-
ner blue, mint condition,
$17,500. Series inquiries
only 1-905-986-1403
e-mail:
wgraham@netscape.ca
VW 1969 Kit Car Maxi
Taxi, New Tires, New CV
joints, New Floor Pans,
Removable Top,
$2,500 obo 813-994-9367
CORVETTES WANTED
1953-1972 Any Condi-
tion. Serious Buyer
1-800-850-3656 or
vccorvette.com
WANTED: JAGUAR XKE/
XK Healey/ MGT/TR3/
MGA. Any condition.
Cash buyer will pick up.
(407) 620-6295
16 Automobiles
6 For Sale
BMW 1988 325, auto,
sunroof, new exhaust,
looks good, runs well.
Driven only about 20
miles/week in last ear.
$2,600.813-673-8415
BMW 1993 525i, 6 cyl, AC,
CD, cruise, black/ tan
Ithr, snrf, new tires &
rims Must see! $5900
obo. 813-833-4647
BMW 1996 318ic, cony.
94k mi, 5 spd, red/tan,
new tires, clutch & rear
window. $10,500
813-240-5495,876-8717
BMW 1996Z3 convertible,
26K miles movie car, ga-
raged & covered, all
opts like new $13,800.
727-526-0980 529-9294
BMW 1999 7401L 65K mi,
silver w/grey leather
interior, fully loaded
mint cond. Must sell!
$18,000.813-977-1214
or 813-909-9460.
BMW 1999 Z3 Coupe,
Limited Edition, silver,
81k mi, under warr, 1
owner, exc cond,
$15,700 727-505-7861
BMW 2000 323i, Silver,
premium pkg, Ithr intr,
sunroof, mint cond, 43K
mi, N/S, garage kept, 4
new tires, dealer maint.
$19,000. 727-785-6968 or
727-423-3446
BMW 2000 5281 M Series,
Black, tan int, Ithr, all
pwr, sport suspension,
17in. rims, tinted wind.
$14,999 obo 813-645-1905
BMW2001 X5 4.4 grey/sil-
verw/ black Ithr int., CD
sport pkg, sunroof, 43K
mi., all svcs. Exc cond.
$29,000.813-380-6192
BMW 2002325i, Black, tan
leather int, sunroof, new
tires, ext wrnty, excep-
tional condition. 35,600
miles. 813-230-4758
BUICK 1993 Roadmaster-
wagon, fully loaded, 95k
mi, Ithr, LT-1 eng, no
rust. Beautiful car.
$5600.231-392-4015
BUICK 1996 RIVIERA,
pearl white, blue leather
all power, 100,000 miles,
good condition. $5000
obo. 813-681-2366
BUICK 2000 Century,
Champagne, Loaded,
Runs & Drives Great!
92KMi, $5800
Greg 813-598-4663
CADILLAC 1984 Eldorado
Classic restored, origi-
nal owner all power
with ice. First $5000.
813-926-1360

CADILLAC 1986
Fleetwood 5.0, mint
condition $3000.
813-719-8257
Cadillac 1992 Allante, ve-
ry good cond, runs
great, 83k miles, inside
and out very clean $llk.
352-588-0044
Cadillac 1995 Fleetwood
Broughm, 115k mi, Wht/
Bluelthr, transferable
ext wrty good to 11/06.
$5895.813-245-5594
CADILLAC 1998 Deville,
dk red tan leather interi-
or 112k hwy miles,
$6,800.813-393-6891
CADILLAC 1999 SEVILLE
STS- Black leather, new
brakes & tires, chrome
wheelsgaraged, low
miles, like new cond.
$11,500.813-782-3281
CHEVY 1998 Monte Carlo
2de fully equipped ex-
celent in & out, low
mileage. $5500.
813-831-6696
CHEVY 2001 CORVETTE
CONVERTIBLE- Torch
Red Color w/Kamel Top,
15K Miles. Exc. Cond.
$35,000.941-795-2920.
CHRYSLER 1999 Sebring
JXI Convt. Champaigne,
tan top, leather, 51k
miles, sharp, $9,500.
727-939-4911.
CHRYSLER 2001, 300 M,
black w/tan leather in-
terior, chrome wheels
52 000 mi $11,806
811-393-8891
Spot Advertising Works


.0I Automobiles
4 For Sale

CORVETTE 1978, Red
w/Oyster int, clean in &
out, L48, 4-spd, 77K mi.
Baby on the way!
$10,500.813-957-2021
CORVETTE 1985 Coupe,
med blue, auto, pwr,
good cond, everything
works, $8700
813-681-4916
CORVETTE 1991 remov-
able glass top, like new,
low miles, $9,995.
813-929-0633.

CORVETTE 2000, red/
black, 2 tops, polished
alum wheels, loaded,
37k mi perfect' $24,906
obo 727-455-4351
DODGE 1997 INTREPID,
auto, power everything,
am/fm cass cold air,
123k mi perfect. Estate
sale $2650.813-988-5437
DODGE 2004 STRATUS
26,500 mi, White, Sedan,
Auto., 6 Cyl. $13,500,
Must Sell (813) 788-4229

Ford 1988 Taurus Station
Wagon, WhiteV6 auto,
tilt, air, cruise, all pwr,
runs good. $1,650. Call
Aaron 813-765-9080
Ford 1993 Mustang LX Au-
to, 4 Cyl, Conv, Good en-
gine &trans, runs great,
2nd owner 107K Mi,
$1000. w813-846-7276
FORD 1995 Mustang Red,
2 dr V6, Auto, 111K, Air,
Alarm Duaf Airbags,
Call for more Info.
$4,500 863-859-2404
FORD 1996 Taurus, AC,
new tires, PW, PB, PS,
runs great, $2200.
813-689-0768
FORD 1998 TAURUS 76K
mi, Silver, Sedan 4D, Au-
to Power Exc Cond
Clean!, $3,000 (813)
841-4936
FORD 1999 CROWN VIC-
TORIA, Sr. driven, 44k,
Exc cond, all pwr, new
tires $7600
813-654-6416
FORD 2002 Focus ZX3,
electric blue, 35K miles,
5 spd, cd changer,
spotless, $7,500.
813-323-3194
FORD 2003 TAURUS SES,
28K mi, V6, 3.0, loaded,
mint, ori owner, $9,950
obo. 813-907-7123,
813-312-1810
FORD 2004 TAURUS SES
4-dr, CD, keyless entry
9800 mi sunroof leath-
er interior. $13,999. Call
813-949-1978
HONDA 1994 Civic EX, au-
to, cold AC, pw, pi, snrf,
100K miles, wellmain-
tained, runs great.
$3750. Call 813-679-0334
HONDA 1995 CIVIC, low
miles, clean, power
locks & windows cold
A/C, new tires. $2,000
obo. 813-841-1641
HONDA 1996 Accord 4dr,
runs good, cold AC,re-
built engine. $4000.
813-766-0339
HONDA 1997 Accord LX 2
dr, N/S, manual trans,
one owner, very clean,
130k mi, cold ac $4300.
813-839-6781.
HONDA 1999 ACCORD EX
coupe, bik w/ Ithr, sunrf,
all power, fantastic car,
garage kept 88kmi $9900
obo. Craig, 813.760.4961
HONDA 20000 CIVIC 54,000
mi, Light Blue, Sedan,
Auto. 2 WD, 4 Cyl.
$7,99., Must Sell (813)
685-5432
Honda 2001 Accord EX V6,
1 owner, garaged, Ithr
6CD, sunrf, new tires &
brakes, immac cond, 72K
$13,900.813-714-3979
HONDA 2002 Civic LX 4 dr,
pwr wins/locks, AC &
cass, 5 spd, silver, 42k
mi, one owner, $9500
obo. 813-340-7964.
HYUNDAI 1996 ELANTRA,
55K mi, good condition
$2,100
Call 813-620-7260

HYUNDAI 2001 XG300L
Pearl wht w/all opts,
32k, lyr left on warr. Exc.
+ cond. $11,500 (863)
644-0859 /863/698-2065
Infiniti 1992 M30 Convert-
ible auto A/C, special
edition, 2DR, I owner,
garage kept$4,150.
941-586-T651
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 1999 VANDEN
PLAS, like new condi-
tion, 21K actual miles.
$21,500
Call 352-683-6527
Jeep 1996 Grand Chero-
kee Limited, 4x4, Pearl
White, new A/C, Ithr,
145K, runs exc. Wont
last $4,500.813-892-0313
JEEP 2002 Liberty white/
tan Ithr auto CD 30K
mi, extra clean. $14,500.
ONE OWNER!
813-752-6736 Iv msg
LEXUS 1993 SC400, auto,
2nd owner, 79k orig mi,
new timing bit, A/C
works, all pwr, blue/tan
Ithr $8100 813-741-0033


649 Automobiles
649 For Sale

LEXUS 2)00 GS300,
White/Tan, 75K mi, Al-
most Perfect $18,800
Day 813-224-9516
Eves 813-920-8236
LEXUS 2001 LS430 22K
Miles, navig, Levinson
audio, orig owner, fact
warr, showroom cond,
$39,800. 813-363-9669
LEXUS 2002 SC430 Conv,
good tires, GPS Navig.,
under 30K mi. Chrome
wheels. Warranty.
$45,900941-228-1254
LINCOLN 1994 CONTI-
NENTAL, Ithr, all pwr,
runs & drive great. A/C,
auto, $2750
813-601-2252
Lincolm 2000 Continental
4dr, black w/tan Ithr int,
70k mi. Cassette only.
Exc condition. $9500
813-991-9722
LINCOLN 2000 LS Sport
pkg, integrated phone,
power sun roof, V8,
leather, multi CD chang-
er, non-smoker no acci-
dents 65k, $13,500 (813)
222-3458
MAZDA 1988 RX7, recent
rebit motor w/6K mi,
new brakes & Dr. shaft
needs paint& exh.$3500
obo. 727-709-5208
MAZDA 1993 MiataConvt.
5 spd. low mi. alloy whs,
CD, cold air adult
owned, $3495 obo.
813-901-9070
MAZDA 1996 626 LX Load-
ed, Cold A/C, 161K,
White 5 Speed New
tires, $1450
(727) 422-3435
MERCEDES 1985 300D
Turbo, garage kept,
looks great, runs great,
190K mi. $2900
813-689-1589
MERCEDES 1988 420SEL
125K mi. mech. cert.
black, brown int. exc.
cond. $10,500,
813-254-3599
MERCEDES 1989 300E,
very low mi. all pwr, new
tires w/Mercedes rims,
maroon, mint cond. in &
out, $6000,863-712-1250
MERCEDES 1997 320E sil-
ver w/black interior, 6
CD changer, excellent
condition 134k miles,
$12,000.813-288-9228.
MERCEDES 1999 SL 500
Silver over silver ga-
rage kept extra clean,
loaded. FREE hard top
storage unit $29,995.
813-334-8035
MERCEDES 2001 E430,
slvr, 37k, new, 6cd, nav
sys, loaded, records, ga-
r d MB warr 100k-1208
$31,900813-760-3231
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
Mercedes 2003 SLK 230,
Convertible, White, Only
21K Mi, Mint Condition!
$37,900
727-365-2128
Mercedes 2005 SLK 55
AMG, Mars red, brand
spanking new, fully
loaded, 400 hp rocket,
list is $67K, (dealer
asking 10K over) has
only2700 miles. $61,895
813-293-0838
MERCURY 1985 MARQUIS
V8, auto, ps, pw, Ithr,
codAC,78 orig mi$900
by appt 813-982-0836 or
813-716-2223
MERCURY 1991 GRAND
Marquis, loaded, 1 own-
er, 81K miles, $2,000.
Call 813-245-8222
Mercury 1999 Grand Mar-
quis LS, 1 Owner, 56K Mi,
Garaged, Lthr, Mint,
i $7900-6
1 813-963-32091
Mercury 2003 Sable, exc
cond, pewter, loaded.
Valued at $10,800 will
accept reasonable offer.
813-494-3199
MITSUIBISHI 1994
ECLIPSE 100 000+ mi,
Black, Coupe, 4 Speed, 2
WD 4 Cyl. $800 As is
(813)684-4360
NISSAN 1995 MAXIMA
273k, DkBI, CD, roof PW
PL PS 2nd engine $2,90
(813) 786-0678

NISSAN 2002 ALTIMA SE,
3.5 V6, 5 spd, Ithr moon
roof, spoiler, Cb, full
pwr, 62K mi., Pewter.
$14,900.813-417-6669
NISSAN 2003 Altima, CD,
power, cruise, Ithr &
sunroof exc cond. 29K
mi, asking $13,900.
813-758-8775
NISSAN 2004 350Z
Touring, 6 mos old, 7,400
mi, Wh/Gray, auto nav,
loaded $28,950. List
$36,500. Visit
www.extrememotor
car.com. 813-250-9200
NISSAN 2004 Sentra 1.8,
Black 135k miles, CD,
excellent condition,
$9900. 813-477-8731

Nissan 2004 Sentra 1.8S,
5k miles, auto, 4 dr all
pwr, cruise, cd, AC, fac-
tory wrty 5yrs or 60k mi.
$9450obo. 813-786-5529
Turn to Classified you
can Bank on our Bargains


I64 Automobiles
649 For Sale

PONTIAC 1995 Grand AM
exc. cond. great gas mi.
runs great, 130K mi.
$1500 813-963-6829

PONTIAC 1996 Grand Am
SE 2dr, leather, PW/PL,
AC CD, moonroof. Origi-
nal owner. $2600 obo.
813-907-5021
PORSCHE 2002 BOXSTER
Lapis Blue Savannah
Beige, 18" wheels, sprt
pkg, exc cond.37k miles
factory warm. $28 90d
obo or trade for older
911.941-322-0169.
Saab 2004 9.3 Linear, 23K
miles, good condition.
Color grey w/grey
leather int. Sale Price
$20,500.813-416-8159.
SATURN 1995 S-SERIES, 4
door, auto, A/C, garage
kept, runs excellent.
$2,500 obo.
813-453-0124
SATURN 2000 SL1 auto-
matic, like new, new
tires, new battery w/RV
towing installed. $5900.
813-634-6399* 690-1662
SUBARU 1993 Legacy
Wagon 72k mi, great
cond, auto PW/PL, cold
AC, AM/FM/Cass. $3500
obo.813-380-4656
TOYOTA 1986 MR2 Blk,
5-spd, AC, AM-FM/CD,
reblt eng, Exc cond.
mechanic owned $2500
obo 813-870-1196
TOYOTA 1993 CAMRY
XLE V6 gold pckg,
AM/FM stereo cass, Ithr,
keyless entry, lo-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 8 264-5226
TOYOTA 1997 CAMRY
LXE V6 leather power
seats, cool A/C, runs
Great! 150K miles.
,800.813-784-1292
TOYOTA 1998 CAMRY LE
4 door, gray, auto, all
power, A/C, 110K miles,
ood condition, $5,650.
813-671-3305:416-4103
TOYOTA 2000 CAMRY CE
A/C, pwr win, pwr locks,
CD/Cass/stereo 92 K mi,
Black, Auto., 4 Cyl. Runs
Great $7,500, OBO (813)
689-9018
TOYOTA 2001 Canry,
auto. air, pw, pal,
AM/FM CD, 43K mi.
$9995 obo.
813-841-6115.645-7239
Toyota 2001 Corolla CE
44K mi, AC, tape, great
cond, white.
$7500
813-299-0285
TOYOTA 2002 COROLLA
35,640 mi, Tan, Sedan,
Auto., 2 WD, 4 Cyl.
$8,300, Low Miles (813)
220-5643
Toyota 2003 Corrolla Bsil-
ver, auto, air, low miles,
new tires, wheels,
alarm, tinted glass,
$12,286 813-719-9251.
TOYOTA 2004 Solara
convertible, new, only
200 mi. Must sell!
Perfect cond. By owner.
$28,700 813-633-2222z.
Volvo 1994 960 Sedan
white, beige Ithr, great
shape, $3950. Very safe
& reliable.
813-671-26683 786-6699
VOLVO 1996 960 Wagon,
white sunroof leatCher
all power, Cb wood
grain, 106K mi. cold AC,
$6800 813-837-8761
Volvo 1998 S70- Black
w/tan leather int, auto
CD, tinted windows, 94K
hwy mi new ti res.
$75100.813-323-5738
VOLVO 2004 S60 low
miles, has all the right
equip. $24,995. Several
thousand lower than
dealer. 727-787-3613
VW 2002 Jetta GLS, blk,
auto, all pwr, cruise, al-
loy wheels, sunroof cd
exc cond. $10,500. Call
anytime 813-394-5070
VW 2002 Passat 4DR
silver, auto, CD/cass
pw pdl, keyless, 72K
nwy mi. very good cond.
$14,700obo 813-601-9680
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
$16,995 obo 813-686-5790
$500 Police Impounds.
Hondas, Chevys, Toyo-
tas, etc. from $500.
For listing 800-749-8167,
ext4124.
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