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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE




THE COURIER


Y, JUNE 2, 2005 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


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NEWSJ Jim Redman's Walk Of Life


The beloved, plain-speaking
attorney, former legislator and
cancer survivor says he wouldn't
be happy as just another retiree.
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneraLcom
At 73, Jim Redman is still on the go.
He says that he is afraid to stop.
"I might not be able to start again," Redman
said.
Redman is many things: a respected attorney,
former state representative, and a longtime
cancer survivor still undergoing treatment for
multiple myeloma. For his civil service and as
an advocate for Plant City, Redman has received
many honors, sometimes reluctantly, such as
when the state named a portion of State Road 39


BRIGWS


These bears found a
local couple's North
Carolina home just


PAGE 8


INDEX

BIRTHS
PAGE B

CALENDAR
PAR
CLASSIFIED
PME BI
COMMENTARY
PAE I

CROSSWORD


OPINION
MGE i

SCHOOLS


WORSHIP
IME


Redman is all smiles, caught
between 1976 Strawberry
Festival Queen Martha
Lastinger, left, and an
unidentified woman.
Redman married a former
Strawberry Queen, Ruby
Jean Barker.

Award," said Ed Verner,
archives.


after him and
he said such an
honor should
be given only
after he was
dead.
Now he'll
add one more
honor to a long
list as the recip-
ient of the Plant
City ....Photo
Archives 2005
H e rit a ge
Award.
"Mr. Red-
man's long list
of accomplish-
ments makes
him an obvious
choice for the
Heritage
president of the


Redman will receive the award from last
year's winner, educator and historian D.E. Bai-
ley, during the third annual fundraising event,
"An Evening of Picture Perfect Memories;" June
4 at 7 p.m., at the Ramada Inn Plantation House.
Tickets are $100 per person.
As of The Courier's Tuesday afternoon dead-
line, Redman was in South Florida Baptist
Hospital, receiving treatment related to his
battle with cancer, his lower energy level and
other health issues.
But he remained determined.
"I have to find a way to keep going," Redman
said last week. "I'm awful tired, and my eyes
See REDMAN, Page 12


SJimr Redman gets a congratulatory handshake during
the 2002 Plant City Relay For Life cancer fundraiser,
an event the cancer survivor has supported since its
inception in 1998. At left, Redman sits at his seat in
the Florida House of Representatives in this undated
photo. He served from 1966 to 1978 and has been
recognized as one of the Legislature's most valuable
members.


GOVERNMENT SPOTLIGHT



Thomas Mathis Makes Bid For Mayor's Seat


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COMMISSIONERS WILL
CHOOSE JUNE 13
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneraLcom
City Commissioner Mary Yvette Thomas
Mathis had to change her wording mid sen-
tence when to emphasize her desire to serve
as mayor.
"I would like I would love to serve this
community as its mayor," she said.
Thomas Mathis was adamant when she
announced to her fellow commissioners at
the commission's most recent regular meet--


ing her desire to represent the city as mayor.
"I have been sitting on this commission for
over five years," Thomas Mathis
said. She also has served as vice
mayor several times during her
nearly six years in office.
Commissioners will choose a
mayor during the next commis-
sion meeting June 13. Commis-
sioner John Dicks announced
Thomas his desire to sit as mayor in late
Mathis ApriL
Other commissioners are free
at the meeting to announce their own interest
in the position. Or they can nominate one of
the other commissioners.- -


Thomas Mathis said she is now in a
position where her schedule will allow her to
effectively serve as mayor.
"Last year I was recently married," she said.
"And I was busy pursuing my doctorate in
organizational leadership. My work on the
doctorate is completed, with only the thesis
to be done. I feel that I can represent the city
welL"
She was chosen by city commissioners
during the fall of 1999 to replace Sadye Gibbs
Martin, who was then struggling with cancer.
In January 2000, Thomas Mathis defeated
Steve Wilson, which allowed her to finish
See THOMAS, Page16


The American Legion
hosts a Memorial
Day ceremony so
that local residents
can honor veterans'
sacrifice.


Plant City comes out
a winner in the state's
2005-06 budget.
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CALENDAR

FRIDAY
Benefit yard sale
First Baptist Church of
Plant City will host a yard
sale June 3 from a.m. to 4
p.m. at 4716 N. Gallagher
Road-
Donations accepted.
Proceeds from the sale
benefit the church's col-
lege mission to Peru.

Indoor yard sale
The Woman's Club of
Plant Ciry will host its last
indoor yard sale June 3
from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at its
clubhouse, 1110 N.
Wheeler St.
The sale will include
household items, children
and adult clothing,
electronics, baby furniture
and more.
To donate items or for
more information, call
himgard at 659-4361.


SATURDAY
Benefit yard sale
First Baptist Church of
Plant Cirvty will host a yard
sale June4 from 7 a.m. to 3
p.m. at 4716 N. Gallagher
Road.
Donations accepted.
Proceeds from the sale
benefit the church's col-
lege mission to Peru.

Indoor yard sale
lhe Woman'-3 Club of
Plant Citxr will host its last
indoor ya rd 'ale June 4
Irom 8 a m. [u 1 p.m. at its
clubhouse. 1110 N.
Wheeler St.
The sale will include
household items, children
and adult clothing.
electronics, baby furniture
and more.
To donate items or for
more information, call
Irmgard at 659-4361.

Back to School Bash
Register June 4 from 10
a.m. to noon for the Back


Cadet Warren
Schryver, the
commander
of the Plant
_City High
School Jr.
i ROTC batta-
_" lion, took part
in a ceremony
remembering
.. ja the Plant City
area military
..personnel
who served in
S" wartime and
"" are now
deceased.
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Fallen Heroes Remembered


POST 26 HOSTS

MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
About 200 people, drawn together to
remember the fighting men and women
who have died serving in this country's
armed forces, attended the Memorial Day
ceremony Monday at American Legion
Post 26.
"We are here at a bittersweet occasion,"
said Alvin McGary, the post's vice com-
mander. "We are here to remember the
brave men and women who believed the
objective, the preservation of freedom, is
greater than the individual moment. It is
a sad occasion. But we in the military
know the price that must be paid for free-
dom."
City Commissioner Rick Lott asked the
attendees to remember the debt of grati-
tude we owe to the men and women in
uniform.
"Generations of men and women


Lee Craighead and Wendy Steele pro-
vided patriotic and gospel music during
the Memorial Day event at the American
Legion Post 26.

fought and died to protect out freedoms,"
Lott said. "We have seen their decency
and bravery. Together we pray for thou-
sands who put their lives on the line every
day."
Lott mentioned the Florida Army
National Guard's 116th Field Artillery.
Regiment, which received a proclamation


May 23 from the city commission, and
will be traveling in part, to Army stations
for training before going overseas to serve
in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
"Remember to help honor those spl-
diers by giving aid to the families those
soldiers have left behind," Lott said.
About 15 service clubs, businesses,
individuals and the city presented
wreaths to honor the country's fallen sol-
diers. The service, which has been held
outdoors at McCall Park in recent years,
was not as well attended as in the past,
some observers said.
"Iwas disappointed in the attendance,"
said Julian Womble, a former commander
at Post 26. "I'm hoping that next year we
can get the word out and draw more
interest in this memorial service, and
stand together in memory of our fallen
heroes."
Commissioner Lott said that efforts to
provide a memorial for WW II veterans
was being look at by individuals in the
city, and would hopefully be in place by
next year.


See CALENDAR, Page 19


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people over 65, every 1-2 years.
A qualified specialist can check
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dilating your eyes. Diabetes left
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vision. Eating a healthy diet, not
smoking, wearing sunglasses that
protect against ultraviolet rays
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4 THE COURIER JUNE 2,2005




Plant City Is Big Winner In State Budget


ALL REQUESTED

PROJECTS ARE FUNDED
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Jim Pollard, president of Corner-
stone Inc., said he was "pretty confi-
dent" that the money his group
requested from the state to help restore
the former First Baptist Church sanc-
tuary, would survive Gov. Jeb Bush's
veto pen.
"Of course, you never know until he
signs that budget," Pollard said.
When Bush did sign the $64.7 billion
budget last week, millions of dollars
worth of Plant City projects made it
through, including $356,900 for the
Cornerstone Community Center.
Bush vetoed $180 million worth of
budget requests this year.
"We had a great session," said state
Rep. Rich Glorioso, who represents
District 62. "I was excited that the
governor felt we had good projects that
would help the community, whether it
was for Plant City or for Hillsborough
County."
Cornerstone Inc. is a nonprofit
group dedicated to the restoration of
the old sanctuary, which is now called
the Cornerstone Community Center.
Pollard said the money would be used
in several places throughout the build-
ing, including restoring the cupola and
dome.
The money also will be used to help
the building meet accessibility require-
ments for the disabled, to bring the
balcony up to code, make electrical
improvements and refurbish rest-
rooms, Pollard said.
The biggest item coming to Plant
City is $5 million for a new courthouse
and regional service center to replace
the aging facility on Michigan Avenue.
City officials have been working with
Hillsborough County for several years
to make the project a reality, but ran
into difficulty because Brandon also
needed a new facility that eventually
took priority.


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/File photo
Gov. Bush approved $50,000 for restorations to the Bing Boarding House, one-of
a host of local projects that received funding this year.


Bush vetoed the same request for a
Plant City courthouse last year.
Glorioso said the project was his No.
1 priority this session and possibly
one of the most vulnerable to the veto
pen and so he worked hard to make
sure his fellow legislators and the
governor knew the importance of the
project not just to Plant City but for the
region.
"My job is to educate them on the
important issues in our area," Glorioso
said, adding that Sen. Tom Lee, R-
Brandon, deserves much credit for the
money that came to Hillsborough
County. "The last thing you want to do
is surprise them with a project,"
City Manager David Sollenberger
said the courthouse project, which is
expected to be built on the same site as
the existing facility, would do more
than just provide improved court
facilities to the city.


"It will also generate economic
activity that's associated with court-
houses, which will be very positive for
the area east of downtown along Rey-
nolds and Baker streets," Sollenberger
said.
Here's a rundown of the other Plant
City projects that will receive funding:
$2 million to expand and improve
the city's water reclamation facility.
The money will help ease the city's
financial burden from the roughly $36
million project, Sollenberger said. The
city put forth some cash for the
project and secured $28 million
through a bond.
"It really helps in view of the fact
that costs have been going up for
concrete, steel and petroleum prod-
ucts, so this will help soften some of
that," he said.
Glorioso said he stressed to the gov-
ernor's office that this was his second


highest priority. He said he also
worked hard to make sure the county
scored $4 million for regional
reclaimed water project.
$1,000,000 for the Dover Health
Center. The center at 14618 State Road
574 is one of three health centers in
Hillsborough County run by Suncoast
Community Health Centers, a not-for-
profit, community-owned and -oper-
ated corporation specializing in care
for those with lower incomes.
Brantz Roszel, chief executive of
Suncoast, couldn't be reached for
comment before The Courier's dead-
line on Tuesday and no further
information was available on how the
money would be used.
$200,000 for Ellis-Methvin Park.
The money will be used to help pay
for items in the southern portion of
the new complex under construction
on Cherry Street, including multipur-
pose fields, a shade.refuge and
walking/biking trails.
$50,000 for restorations to the Bing
Boarding House. The state money will
help the Improvement League restore
the house at 205 E. Allen St. that oper-
ated from 1918 until the 1970s. The
total cost of the project is $300,000.
Plans call for the building, which is on
the National Register of Historic Places
but has fallen.into disrepair from years
of neglect, to become a museum of
black history. During segregation, the
house offered overnight public accom-
modations for black people.
The money will be added to the
$150,000 that the city is putting up for
the project. The city had asked the
Improvement League to show that it
was making progress in its own fund-
raising attempts, which it is doing,
Sollenberger said. The city has also
applied for another $180,000 grant for
next year, he said.
Glorioso testified in front of a com-
mittee on behalf of the project and said
it was easy for him to do so because he
was a city commissioner when the city
voted to secure National Register
status for the boarding house.


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Of Women At District's Top Tier


ELIA IS FIRST WOMAN
TO FILL THE JOB
By LINDA CHION KENNEY
Ichion@mediageneral.com
Jennifer Faliero figured it
out pretty quickly that she had
gone against the tide in cast-
ing her first-round vote in last
month's historic school board
election.
All seven Hillsborough
County school board mem-
bers voted for MaryEllen Elia,
the district's chief facilities
officer, who was tapped to
become the district's first
female superintendent. Her
colleague, Michael Grego,
assistant superintendent for
curriculum and instruction,
had received all but Faliero's
vote in the first ballot.
The first-round ballots nar-
rowed the field of four remain-
ing finalists to two -- ousting
Anthony Amato, who received
nods from school board mem-
bers Faliero, Susan Valdes and
Dorethea Edgecomb; and
Sonia Diaz, who received no
votes. Amato's resume
included a stint as superinten-
dent of (New) Orleans Parish
Schools and Diaz was the
deputy superintendent for
curriculum and instruction in


LINDA CHION KENNEY/Stair photo
School board member Jennifer
Faliero, right, congratulates
newly appointed School
Superintendent Mary Ellen
Elia.
Miami/Dade County.
A fifth finalist,, Kenneth
Burnley, chief executive offi-
cer of Detroit Public School,
withdrew his name before the
vote. He had been a national
superintendent of the year in
a contest held annually by the


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master's degree
Amanda Marie Newsome,
a 1999 honor graduate of
Plant City High School,
recently graduated from the
University of
North Florida
in Jacksonville
with a master's ; ,
degree in
business admi-
nistration
degree.
She earned Newsome
her bachelor's
degree from Flagler College
in St. Augustine in 2003.
Amanda is the daughter
of Jim and Donna M. Reed of
Richmond, Va., and Ray and
JoBeth Newsome of Plant
City.
Shortly after graduation,
Amanda began working for
PHH Mortgage in Jackson-
ville

Blackmon earns doctorate
Ginger Jeffries Blackmon
of Plant City has earned a
doctor of pharmacy degree,
cum laude, at Mercer Uni-
versity's Southern School of
Pharmacy.

Tumbleston awarded
$5,000 scholarship
Kyle Tumbleston of Plant
City High School will receive
a $5,000 scholarship from
the Coca-Cola Enterprises


Johnston Legacy Schol-
arship Program.
Tumbleston is one of 50
students across the nation
recently selected as scholars
on the basis of academic
excellence, community
service, leadership and work
experience.
Now in its fourth year, the
scholarship program was
created to benefit children
of Coca-Cola Enterprises
employees. Both of Tum-
bleston's parents work for
Coca-Cola.
A senior at PCHS, Tum-
bleston was recently named
the salutatorian of his grad-
uating class and plans to
attend the University of
Florida.

TBWA scholarships awarded
Erica Reynoso and Eileen
F. Rifkin, both of Durant
High School, and Ryan
Taylor of Plant City High
School are among 26 Hills-
borough County students to
be awarded college schol-
arships from the Tampa Bay
WorkForce Alliance.
To be eligible for the
TBWA Scholarship* Award
Program, high school sen-
iors and GED graduates
must be accepted to an
approved Florida Prepaid
college or institution of
higher learning at the time
of award; submit a 500-word
essay on a specified topic;
submit letters of recom-
mendation from a teacher
See CLASS, Page 16


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Elia replaces Earl Lennard,
who on June 30 will retire
from the Hillsborough
County school system after 42
years in the district. Prior to
that, he attended Hills-
borough County schools for
grades one through 12. A life-
long Riverview native, Len-
nard graduated from Brandon
High School in 1960. He went
on to become a member of
the University of Florida's
first graduating class.
Lennard, who taught 15
years in the school system
and was instrumental in
helping the agricultural
education division grow, said
minutes after the May 19 vote
that the end has become
more real.
"Finally, I think it's settling
in that someone else's name
will be on that dais there
instead of mine," he said.
"And now we know the name,
so it has now become real."
He gave high marks to the
selection process, which
included a frenzy of interviews
and community meetings in
the week leading up to the
vote.
"I was hoping the board
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COMMENTARY


Enjoy The Full Nest While Y


By JERRY LOFSTROM
Before his arrival 18 years ago, we
tidied and re-tidied our house, cleaned
out cluttered drawers, and framed,
polished, then hung family photo-
graphs. The list goes on.
Like many parents preparing for
their baby's grand entrance, nervous
energy kept us busy around the house
nesting for our new arrival.
Much to our mid-life surprise, that
nervous energy is back. We can't seem
to sit still. Everywhere we turn in our
home sweet home, we see something
in need of attention. Except this time
around, we are preparing for our son's
graduation party and subsequent
departure. At this turn in the bend of


life, we are nearing e
A notice to young
fleeting phenomenon
goes in a flash, espec
comes to raising chi]
In the blink of an E
will go to nursery, eli
and high school. You
bustle with variation
You will help with h(
from sidelines, and f
rounds of applause d
concerts or dance re
an already-hectic da
home.
Enjoy it while you
Before you realize


will be applying for a driver's license
and cruising towards broader hori-
zons of education or employment.
There, your child will acquire worldli-
S Ca ness, like their older collegian cousins.
U Can Life outside of their homes will teach
them and the Class of 2005 other
lessons, just as it has taught us.
empty-nesting. Those of us on the elders' side have
parents: time is a learned from experience that life can
n. It comes and sometimes be cruel. So while we
cially when it celebrate the natural progression of
ldren. our child into the larger world, we
eye, your child lament the loss of his childhood days.
ementary, middle Even as we hold bright hopes for our
ir households will offspring for the future, we sentimen--
s of busyness. tally long for the past when he lived
homework, cheer under our protection.
ill halls with Parenthood is the ultimate balanc-
during school ing act. Beyond the everyday juggling
citals, following of responsibilities, it is important for
y at work or parents to know when to hold on and
when to let go.
Now it's our son's turn to leave. We
can. will wear happy faces during the hugs
it, your youngster goodbye. Later, when we are alone,


we will have ourselves a good cry.
When our young adult returns home
for visits, we will rejoice in his accom-
plishments. And I will try not to say
too much about how much we have
missed him.
Our home will be still without the
sounds of our son's footsteps as he
danced around in his room. The
sounds of silence will amplify after his
sister graduates in a few years, when it
will be just her mom and me living in
our houseful of memories.
On the bright side, we will have
more time for each other, time for
other interests and intimacy. Except,
this time around, it will be more
rewarding than the way we were B.C.
- before children. For now we share
the ups, downs and blessings of family
history.
Two guesses who the subjects of
our most intimate conversations will
be.
Jerry Lofstrom is co.owner of the
Whistle Stop Cafe in Plant City.


SCHOOL


Continued From Page 5
would come to a quick decision," Len-
nard said. "I don't believe it's a good
thing to twist in the wind."
Lennard said he would have been
happy with any of the Hillsborough
candidates who made it to the final
rounds, including Grego and Donnie
Evans, the district's chief academic
officer.
"I felt that anyone who sits around
the superintendent's table is qualified
to lead this district," Lennard said.
The nation's ninth-largest school
district now has seven women in the
top eight spots. The superintendent is
appointed by a seven-member school
board.
In further proof the "glass ceiling" is


cracking, if not shattering, consider
Jack Lamb, the sole male on the Hills-
borough board, retired as an assistant
superintendent from Pinellas County,
which now has an all-female board.
And in neighboring Pasco County, the
elected superintendent is female and
she works with an all-female school
board.
"The days of the good ol' boy system
are gone," Lamb said. "Now, it may the
good ol'.girl system."
Faliero is in her third year of a four-
year term as board member for District
4, which encompasses eastern Hills-
borough County, including Plant City
and the communities of Brandon,
Lithia, Riverview, Seffner and Valrico.


She said she cast her ballot based on
the merits of the candidates.
"I didn't even think about it. It never
entered my mind we would be doing
this," Faliero said about the historic
vote to give the superintendent's job to
a woman. "My issue was growth man-
agement."
Faliero said she also likes Ella's style
and her ability to build relationships
with other organizations and
governmental agencies.
"A leader will take risks and she's
been out there taking risks with the
public and the community each and
every single day," Faliero said.
At a community meeting at Arm-
wood High School May 18, Elia gave


her reason for wanting to run the
school district.
"I would be affecting the lives of over
300,000 people in the tenure I have as
superintendent," she said. "So you
think about it, what can you do to
affect the community of that town
where you live, where the people you
care about live, where the schools that
you care about are. That's a great thing
to do. That's why I want to be superin-
tendent."
As for breaking the glass ceiling, "I'm
honored to be able to be a role model
for students," Elia said. "I started as a
teacher; I progressed through the
system. Now I'm in a position to make
this a reality for other people."


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FAMILY


LIVING


BETTY'S PLACE



Bearing With An Unannounced Visit


When Ann Trinkle cries
"wolf" you'd better listen -
though it's not the wolf you
have to worry about, it's the
bears of Sagee Mountain.
Mom and three cubs
recently showed up on Ann's
deck at her Highlands, N.C.,
house. Seems they were only
after birdseed and Ann and
Robert were safely behind
glass, but I'm told it was
pretty exciting. Ann didn't
even have time to unpack her
video camera before the bears
decided on a visit. Well, a
digital look is long enough for
any serious bear watcher.

Finding time to tutor
How does Ann Boyd, senior
administrative assistant to -
Judge Jeannie Granahan Tarr,
find the time to tutor second
graders in reading at Tampa's
Rampello Downtown Partner
School?
"I volunteer on my lunch
hour," Ann says.
On April 30, she received
the "Shining Star" award for
Outstanding School Volun-
teer in the Senior category,
selected for her number of
hours of service, unusual type
of contribution and/or
characteristic of services
rendered. God bless this
special lady.

Young and accomplished
I'm hearing pretty special
things about some of our
young people and I'm at the
mercy of parents and families
giving me details.
For instance, a friend of
Skyler Smith told me Skyler
will soon be doing an intern-
ship at Jane magazine in New
York City. Also, several Plant
City students recently com-
peted at the state level in the
Florida Federation of Music
Clubs 68th Annual Junior
Convention in Jacksonville,
and brought home ribbons
(there were more than 10,000
entries, so that's pretty
special). Next week, I'll have
some names and photos and
hopefully more details.

Talk to his agent
Chase Wiedmayer's mom,


Christian Women's Club
The Plant City Christian Women's
Club plans a "Parsley, Sage, Rosemary &
Thyme" luncheon June 7 at 11:30 a.m. at
Walden Lake Golf and Country Club. The
cost is $11 inclusive.
Andrew Connell will discuss the use of
herbs.
For reservations and complimentary
nursery, call Carole, 759-1808; or Dinah,
717-9127; or e-mail cwcpcfl@tampabay-
.rr.com. Reservations and cancellations
are necessary.

PCHS Class of 1995 -
The Plant City High School Class of
1995 will have its 10-year reunion June 11
at Jackson's on Harbour Island in down-
town Tampa.
Jodi Smith is in the process of finding
classmates. If you have information, or


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist

Nikol, tells me that her 2-
year-old son was named in
the top ten at the Florida State
Sunburst pageant.
"He'll do two nationals this
summer, then we plan on
retiring him at the old age of 2
- we'll pursue some model-
ing," Nikol says. (He now has
more than 70 awards and
holds a national pageant
title).

Well-spoken
On May 21, the National
Speakers Association of
Central Florida met at the
Ramada Plantation House
here in town for its monthly
meeting.


Mama bear and
her cubs make a
visit to the North
Carolina
mountain home,
of Ann and
Robert Trinkle.
They were
attracted by a
bird feeder, Ann
Trinkle said, on
which they
happily chewed.


During the motivating
session, author, Sam Horn,
well-known for her book,
"Tongue Fu" and many
others, gave valuable insight
into the world of publishing.
"You will never regret
writing your book you'll
only regret not writing it
sooner," she promised.
Meetings are open to the
public on the third Saturday
of every month. For
information, e-mail NsaCen-
tralFl@aol.com.

Correction
Happy Birth Day, again!
Jordyn Lorene Lanier made
her debut May 18 at Brandon
Regional Hospital.
Parents Jered and Courtney


would like to find out more about the
reunion, call her at 754-3703 or e-mail
jodi.smith@baycare.org.

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

PCHS Class of 1990
The Plant City High School Class of
1990 will celebrate its 15-year reunion
June 24-25.
An "Adult Night Out" is planned for
Friday at Lone Palm Golf Club in Lake-


Lanier welcomed their
newest, 6-pound, 13-ounce
family member. Joining them
are grandparents, Dave and
Julie Knepper and Jim and
Myrtle Lanier, and great-
grandparents, Ann Lanier
(wife of the late Atwood
Lanier) and Joel and Ramona
Knepper and Richard and
Claudia Pless.
Jordyn joins siblings Jaclyn,
Judson and Josiah.
Congrats!

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land. A family picnic is planned for Satur-
day at Springhead Park.
Information: Lori, 478-3886; or e-mail
PCHS1990@tampabay.rr.com.

Home and Community Education
The Hillsborough Association for
Home and Community Education seeks
members.
HCE partners with the Hillsborough
County Extension Service to better serve
Hillsborough County residents and host
the adult NeighborhoodVillage competi-
tion at the Strawberry Festival, make
"ouch" dolls to give to children receiving
medical care, make baby quilts and neo-
natal caps, and provide scholarships to
4-H members.
Cubs are active in Temple Terrace,
Ruskin, Plant City and Riverview.
Call: Lisa Leslie, 744-5519, Ext. 143.


COMMUNITY

ROUNDUP

'The Little Mermaid'
auditions
The Plant City Chil-
dren's Theatre is currently
hosting auditions for "The
Little Mermaid" every
weeknight at 8 through
June 6.
One-time fee of $45 for
rehearsal, which runs from
May through August. The
show is scheduled for Aug.
2.
Call: 752-1621.

Blood drives
BloodNet USA will spon-
sor the following blood
drives:
June 3 from 3:30 to 8
p.m. at Grandpa Johnson's
BBQ, 1407 W. Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd.
,, June 3 from noon to 3
p.m., Suncoast Schools
Federal Credit Union,
1905 Alexander St.
Call: 687-8925.

Red Cross classes
The Tampa Bay Chapter
of the American Red Cross
offers the following courses
at The Spring of Plant City,
701 Tillman Park Place,
during June:
HIV/AIDS awareness,
June 3 from a.m. to 1 p.m.
Presents information
about preventing HIV
transmission, how to
respond in informed ways
to people who have HIV or
AIDS and how to apply
facts about HIV to daily
living.
Babysitter training,
June 5 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Designed for boys and girls
11 to 16 years old who
want to develop the skills
and confidence to better
care for infants and small
children. Presents
information on first aid,
rescue breathing tech-
niques, home safety and
injury prevention.
Infant/child CPR and
first aid, June 8 from 9 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m.
Adult CPR, June 17
from 1 to 5 p.m.
Infant/child CPR, June
21 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
First aid, June 26 from
1 to 5 p.m.
Adult CPR and first aid,
June 28 from 9 a.m. to 2:30
p.m.
Call: 1-877-741-1444,
Ext. 850, or visit www.re-
dcrosstbc.org. There are
no prerequisites for taking
any Red Cross course.

Children's Theatre
offers classes
Plant City Children's
Theatre classes will be
offered Mondays and
Tuesday beginning June
20 at 507 N. Wheeler St.
Classes include: hip-hop,
lyrical, gym and clogging, 4
p.m.; pre-school gym,
acting, singing and dance,
6:15 p.m.; Mermaid prac-
tice age 6 and older, 7 p.m.;
adult clogging and line
dancing, 8 p.m.
Call: 752-1621.
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School Board chairwoman Candy Olson field questions at
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FOCUSES ON GROWTH
By LINDA CHION KENNEY
lchion@mediageneral.com
Eighteen years have passed
since the first and latest
Education Update breakfast
sponsored by the Greater
Brandon Chamber of Com-
merce.
Both times the event took
place at Armwood High
School, which this year had
the added poignancy of being
the last update for School
Superintendent Earl Lennard,
who retires from the school
system June 30.
It's been a long trip for Len-
nard, who rose from first-
grader to superintendent in a
district he has studied and
worked in for all but nine of
his 63 years of life. He gradu-
ated from Brandon High
School in 1960 and went on to
become a member of the first
graduating class of the Univer-
sity of South Florida.
Lennard, born and raised
and still living in Riverview,
began teaching at Ruskin Ele-
mentary School in 1963 and
the next year began teaching
social studies at the old East
Bay High School, now Eisen-
hower Middle School.
He took a year off in 1970 to
welcome the birth of his
daughter and to go into farm-
ing full time, but by the end of
that year he was invited back
to East Bay asan agricultural-
education teacher. He became
the district's agricultural
education supervisor in 1979
and the school superintendent
in 1996.
At the May 18 breakfast,
Lennard spoke about the first
update at Armwood, then
"under the tutelage of Lyle
Flagg, who opened Armwood
and East Bay and Brandon
before that."
Lennard noted that Flagg,
for whom the Armwood sta-
dium is named, served as a
president of the Brandon
chamber back when Brandon
was much smaller but still
facing a steady pounding of
growth. In fact, before Arm-
wood's opening, Brandon
High School, then on double
sessions, was considering


triple sessions to handle the
load.
"I don't have to tell you
about growth," Lennard said.
But he did anyway, remind-
ing the breakfast audience of
Realtors, educators, business
people and community activ-
ists that, under his nine-year
tenure as superintendent, the
Hillsborough County School
District has grown from the
nation's 13th largest school
district to the ninth largest.
Added were 65 schools to
accommodate growth that
resulted in 48,768 students in
kindergarten through grade
12.
"That's as large as a pretty
good-sized city," Lennard
noted. "Eighty percent of the
nation's school districts are
not at large as 50,000 stu-
dents."
Included in those 65 schools
are Frost Elementary and
Giunta Middle, which open in
August off Falkenburg Road.
Lennard also opened another
18 schools in the greater Bran-
don area, including 10 ele-
mentary schools, six middle
schools and Riverview and
Newsome high schools, which
opened in 1998 and 2003,
respectively.
The most crowded schools
in the district are most likely
Riverview High and Rodgers
Middle, which will get relief
from Giunta's opening, he
said. Spoto High School,
opening in 2006 off Falken-
burg Road south of Progress
Village, will help relieve River-
view.
Still another high school is
needed, and Steve Ayers, the
district's director of pupil
administrative services, said
that high school, known in the
planning stages as "Triple
RRR," is scheduled tentatively
for 2006 to relieve East Bay.
Ayers said the district is well
aware of the growing numbers
in eastern and southern Hills-
borough County schools. After
the update, he said officials
are looking north of Interstate
4, northwest of Plant City High
School, for a school to relieve
Plant City and Armwood high
schools.
"That's in the future," he
said.
See GROWTH, Page 17


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BAPTIST
thava: Turker (reek Rd,
,V ofVR 60. }-'-3739
Ilafla Blaptist
22112 afia (hun-h Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: llorton Rd, 737-3240
lerca R 39S, 737-1232
Belhani. tork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel. o F W. Renfro St,
'54-2239
Beulah:.Ilhen & County Line Rd,
lithia.3 "' 1122
Rible: (harlie Griffin Rd,
752-2875
Burcbhwood 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
Dorer Eastside: Countryside Baptist
Church, 2820 Gallagher. 571-8200
Dover First: A. 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 SR39 &
Ithbia Pinecrest Rd, 737-1121
first Plant City:
503 N. Palmer, 752-4104


First Thonotosassa Missionary:
McIntosh Rd, 986-4756
Harmony Baptist Church:
6008 W Knights Griffin Rd,
986-7165
Hopewell: SR 39 S, 737-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Hwy,
752-4972
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
752-2006
Lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd,
754-5278
Mount Moriab Freewill:
Warren &Johnson St, 754-4397
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W. Ball St,
754-3834
New Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., 752-3985
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:
905WE 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 SSR. 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. GranfleldAve,
752-1450
Whitehurst Rd:
901 N. Whitehurst Rd, 754-5405
PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
Little Union:
15510 County Rd 39, Lithia
634-4754
Salem Primitive:
14402 Salem Church Rd., Sydney
CATHOLIC
St. Clement: 1104 N. Alexander St,
752-8251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder Rd,
752-2771
Cork: Cork Road. 752-1521
Laura St: 1310 E. Laura St,
752-2858
Springhead: Wiggins Rd,
754-1485
CHRISTIAN
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,
752-5385
CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian:
MclntoshRd, 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 Si, 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
SSt. 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
(hrisian G6ronwth (enter:
1310 N. Shannon, 719-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 E. lomliu St. "54-t133
Deeper lije Fellonuship:
(tailla Rd. I olf 'R39 V.
Rerlral Outreach (enter:
225 .. Doter Rd, 681-22511
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:
3202 N. MarylandAve, "'52-33i5
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


rini United

Methodist Church
-02 Engluh, Si., Plant City
Invites you to
Sunday worship at 10:30am
Inspiring Music
dir cc_-J bx L.-,di '.'. ilkerson Johnston
P[owe, fid Bible Preaching
by Pastor Gary Brady
Children's Worship
conducted by
Jeri Moulds, Children's Pastor
(simultaneous with Adult
Worship Service)
God's Squad Youth Service
led-by Trey Morris, Youth Pastor
Sunday at 5:30pm
752-9316
PENTECOSTAL
Christian Life Assembly:
3120 S. Miller Rd., 657-4802
Living Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. Evers St, 759-0528
New Hope Worship Center:
803 W. Mahoney St, 757-6123
New Life Temple Pentecostal
Church of God:
3301 Clemons Rd, 754-7088
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dover: Moore's Lake & Holiness
Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the Living God:
1102 Tyler St. 754-5840
PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant City:
1107 Charlie Griffin Rd, 759-9383
First Presbyterian Plant City:
404 W Reynolds St, 752-4211
SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk with God Ministry:
15140 SR 574, Dover, 659-0930
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant City: 2203 Strawberry Dr,
752-4694
SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W. Johnson Rd,
754-5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.,
Valrico, 685-0998
UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W. Sam Allen Rd,
754-3233
Dover First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415
First Plant City: 303 N. Evers St,
754-3519
Grace: 1801 E. Cherry St,
659-3718
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr,
754-2441
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman Rd,
752-5751
St. Luke: 809 E. Laura St,
757-6051
Thonotosassa: Fort King Hwy at
Mistletoe Dr, 986-7135
Trinity Plant City: 402 W.
English St, 752-9316


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


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8:00 am Chapel Communion
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9:00 am Contemporary Worship
In The Wesley Centre
10:00 am Sunday School
(Children Adult)
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The Sanctuary

Sunday & Wednesday
Evenings
www.theloftonline.org
Wednesday
Children's Program
6:15-8:00 pm
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors
www.fumcplantcity.org






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REDMAN
Continued From Page 1
ache all the time. But I have to keep
going. I don't want to give up yet."

'Not a politician'
Redman, son of James W. "Big Jim"
Redman, and the former Madeline
Miller, was born in Plant City in 1932.
He graduated from Plant City High in
1949, and received a bachelor's degree
in accounting from the University of
Florida in 1953.
Following two years in the U.S. Air
Force, where he was stationed at the
Bentwater Air Base in Ipswich, Eng-
land, Redman was discharged as a first
lieutenant in 1956.
"That was the coldest winter in Eng-
land since the early 1800s," Redman
said. "I almost froze to death over
there."
After his discharge from the service
Redman returned to UF and earned
his law degree in 1958.
While still in law school he married
Plant City native and former Straw-
berry Queen Ruby Jean Barker. The
Redmans have three daughters, Susan
Sullivan, Pam Bowden and Jeanne
Knotts, who live in Plant City. Each
daughter has three children.
"Dad is very proud of his family,"
Knotts said. "He is so pleased that he
has been able to watch his grandchil-
dren grow and become part of the
community."
Redman has said that he prays each
day to be able to enjoy the events that
come with his growing family.
Redman served in the state Legisla-
ture from 1966 to 1978 for District 62,
the same office formerly held by John-
nie Byrd, and presently held by former
City Commissioner Rich Glorioso.
"I am not a politician," Redman told
those who first asked him to run. He
still insists that he isn't.
"Everybody in Plant City worked to
get me elected during my stay in the
Legislature. I never asked anyone for
contributions, although we got some,"
Redman said. "I remember sending
money back to people if I thought their
intentions were questionable."
Redman was recognized in 1975 by
the St. Petersburg Times as the most
valuable representative in the state
Legislature "for outstanding service for
all of Florida," by Florida correspon-
dents and editors.
Upon leaving the Legislature, the
state honored Redman by naming a
section of State Road 39 that cuts north
and south through the center of town
the James L. Redman Parkway.


"I told them I didn't think they
should name anything after people
until that person is dead," Redman
said. "But they told me to sit down and
shut up, so I did."
Redman participated in the pur-
chase of the old Hillsboro State Bank
building about 1980 with financial
help from lawyers James Moody and
John and Robert Trinkle.
"That was the first historic down-
town renovation effort downtown,"
Redman said. He sold his interest in
the building when he considered
retirement in 1998. Since then efforts
by several developers has provided the
city with a new look without abandon-
ing its historic flavor;
"Dad is very proud of Plant City,"
Knotts said. "He wouldn't live anyw-
here else. I don't want to sound over-
done, but Dad embodies Plant City. He
has great memories of this town. His
boyhood dreams have become part of
the reality in Plant City. I think he has
done a lot for this town. But he will be
the first to say Plant City has done a lot
for him, too."

A 25-year fight
Redman has been fighting multiple


Photos courtesy the Plant City Photo Archives Inc.

myeloma, a recurring cancer that
attacks bone marrow tissue, for about
25 years. He was told by his doctor he
has survived the disease longer than
any other person in the country.
He tries to stay upbeat about it,
although recent chemotherapy treat-
ments have proven to difficult for him
to bear.
"I'm definitely not a quitter,"' Red-
man said of the struggle. "I've got too
many things to do. I'll try to find a way
to continue the fight."
Redman said he tends to the disease
with lot of prayer, both his own and
from others. He was hospitalized in
March for 10 days when he contracted
an infection following a routine blad-
der exam. His recent hospitalization
may be related to new medication he is
receiving to counter-effect the debili-
tating eye pain he suffers after taking
thalidomide for as part of his chemo-
therapy, family members said.
"One thing seems to turn into
another," Knotts said. "I know that
Dad wants to be at the Ramada to
receive that Heritage Award," she said.
"We all want to be there with him."
Verner listed some of Redman's


Redman, a Florida Strawberry Festival
director, and wife Ruby Jean, left,
welcome President George Bush and
First Lady Barbara to the festival in
1984. Above, Redman shows off his
stance as a Plant City High School
football player. He graduated in 1949.


achievements over the years: Plant
City Citizen of the Year in 1976; his
family was selected Family of the Year
in 1975; following his time in the state
Legislature he was an interim Hills-
borough County Commissioner in
1983.
Redman was also a city judge, a Sun-
day school teacher, a church deacon at
First Baptist Church, a past board
chairman and foundation director of
the South Florida Baptist Hospital and
a Florida Strawberry Festival director.
Redman was elected as the director of
the hospital in 1964.
The Redman name on the hospital's
new emergency center, which is under
construction, represents the family's
years of dedication to the hospital's
continued success, hospital officials
said.
The third annual' "An Evening of
Perfect Picture Memories," specifically
showing a host of photos honoring
area service men from the World War
II era, will be a black-tie optional event
that starts at 7 p.m. A special dinner
and music will also be provided.
For more information, call Gil Gott
at 752-1442.


COMMUNITY
Continued From Page 8

'Beauty and the Beast'
Plant City Entertainment
Inc. will present. "Beauty and
the Beast" July 8-9, July 15-16,
July 22-23 at 8 p.m. and July 17
at 2 p.m. in the auditorium of
Hillsborough Community
College's Plant City campus,
1206 N. Park Road.
Tickets are $10 for adults, $8
for students and seniors 55
and older, and $7 for PCE
members. Group sales avail-
able in advance. Advance tick-
ets available at Hardee's
Fashions, 1501 N. Wheeler St.
Call: 928-1259.

Nominations sought for
Agricultural Hall of Fame
Nominations are now being
accepted for candidates to the
Florida Agricultural Hall of
Fame in 2006. The deadline
for submissions is Sept 1.
The Florida Agricultural
Hall of Fame was created to
honor Florida's agricultural
pioneers and leaders.
Anyone can submit a nomi-


nation on behalf of a candi-
date, however, all nomination
forms must be completed as
specified in the instructions.
The nominees, chosen by
an independent panel of
judges, will be announced
later this year. The induction
ceremony will take place
during the 28th annual Florida
Agricultural Hall of Fame ban-
quet and awards ceremony at
the Florida State Fair in Febru-
ary.
Nomination forms may be
requested by calling 628-4551,
or by writing: Chairman, Flor-
ida Agricultural Hall of Fame
Foundation, 4508 Oak Fair
Blvd., Suite 290, Tampa, FL
33610. Nomination forms are
also available online at
www.flaghalloffame.corm.

Consumer complaints
answered
The State Attorney's Office
has opened a consumer
protection agency in Plant
City. Consumers can schedule
appointments to speak with


an investigator about their
complaints on the second and
fourth Friday of each month
beginning July 8.
Agency representatives can
assist in investigating, mediat-
ing and sometimes referring
complaints regarding unfair,
deceptive and criminal acts
and practices by businesses
and individuals posing as a
business.
Appointments are at the
Plant City Courthouse, State
Attorney's Office, 302 N.
Michigan Ave., Room 10. Call:
Hillsborough County
Consumer Protection Agency,
903-3430.

Music classes, theater
camp for kids
Private voice, piano and
woodwinds classes will be
offered in June at Ms. Dixie's
Aurora Music & Performing
Arts, 206 S. Evers St.
Theater camp will be offered
June 13-17 from 9 a.m. to
noon. Cost is $75 per child.
Class will include staging,


acting, singing, dancing,
makeup and set building for
ages 5 to 18. Supplies and
snacks will be provided.
Call: 545-0685.

Meals on Wheels
seeks volunteers
Meals and Wheels of Plant
City seeks volunteers to deliver
meals and work in the office.
Drivers use their own cars.
Call: 754-9932.

Music, arts school
First Baptist Church School
of Music and Arts is now
accepting enrollment for its
summer semester.
The school offers private
lessons for children, teens and
adults for piano, strings, voice,
guitar, drums, woodwinds and
brass. Lessons begin June 6
and last through July 16.
The school also will offer
"Let's Make Music" June 28-
29. The two-day children's
event will include singing,
instruments, crafts and
refreshments.


Call: 750-4878.

Crisis Center seeks volunteers
The Crisis Center of Tampa
Bay seeks volunteers to pro-
vide crisis counseling on its
24-hour crisis hot line.
Day, evening and weekend
shifts are available. No experi-
ence is necessary. Training
will be provided. Information:
969-4991 or www.crisiscente-
r.com.

GED classes
The Adult and Community
Education program offers free
general equivalency diploma
and English classes to anyone
18 years and older.
Classes are Mondays. and
Thursday from 6 to 9 p.m. at
Esther D. Burney Elementary
School, 901 S. Evers St
Free day care is provided
while students are in class.
Call: Rojina Durant or Jenn-
iferGiorgio, 707-7334, Monday
through Friday between 8 a.m.
and 2:15 p.m. .


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JUNE 2,2005* THE COURIER 13


Shawn Gonser and Amanda
Jean Sapp


ENGAGED

Sapp-Gonser
Marvin and Carol Sapp of
Plant City announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Amanda Jean Sapp, to Shawn
Gonser of Orlando. He is the
son of Steven and LuAnn
Gonser of Tampa.
The bride-elect is a 2000
graduate of Durant High
School and a 2004 graduate of
Georgia State University,
where she received a bache-
lor's degree in business admi-
nistration. She is employed as
an activities director for a
resort in Orlando.
The prospective groom is a
former student of Durant
High School and a 2001 grad-
uate of Oltawah High School
in Chattanooga, Tenn. He is
employed as a certified welder
at Waste Management in
Orlando.
A July 30 wedding is,
planned at Cork United Metl-'
odist Church.


BIRTHS

Brandon Regional Hospital
The following births were
reported at Brandon Regional
Hospital:
April 4
A daughter, Justyce Eliza-
beth Sweet, to Sherry Harmon
and Michael Sweet of Plant
City.
April 11
A son, Reid James Noble, to
Katy and Paul Noble of Plant
City.
April 12
A son, Raymond Roy Cowen
III, to Leah Cowen and Ray-
mond R. Cowen Jr. of Plant
City.
A daughter, Desrae A'lsha
Young, to Orisha Young and
William Brown of Plant City.
April 13
A son, Conner Christopher
Stone, to Allyson and Christo-
pher Stone of Plant City.
April 15
A son, Zackery James
Crosby, to Karen Frasier and
James Crosby of Plant City.
A son, Gerrick James Peter-
son, to Amanda League and
Kristoffer Peterson of Plant
City.
April 20
A son, Nicholas John Caira,
to Christy Wilson and John
Caira of Plant City.
April 22
A son, Virgil Calhoun Sim-
mons, to Catherine and Mat-
thew Simmons of Dover.
April 29
A son, Austin Mack Rogers,
to Jerri and Gerald Rogers of
Plant City.


If you are thinking about breast augmentation surgery,
make plans to come to this informative talk. Plastic and
reconstructive surgeon, Marvin F. Shienbaum, M.D.,
will be discussing the latest techniques and procedures


SFBH Administration Conference Room


HEALTHYi LVING


Free Blood Pressure Checks Free Seminar on
Tuesday, 1-2pm Heartburn, Indigestion
Hospital Main Lobby and GERD


No appointment necessary.
Cost: Free

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

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

June 1 & 2, 9am-lpm
August 3 & 4, 9am-lpm
Community Conference Room
Registration required.
Cost: $10

Basic Life Support
for Health Care Providers
June 6, 6-1 Opm (new certification only)
July 11, 6-8pm (recertification only)
Community Conference Room
Registration and pre-payment required.
Cost: $30 (includes book and card)


For information, registration


Get answers to your burning
questions at this informative talk.
Dr. Shamsi will answer your
questions about heartburn and-
explain the latest diagnostic and
treatment approaches available.
This valuable program is FREE, but
seating is limited. To reserve your
place call (813) 754-4444.

Thursday, June 23
6:30pm
SFBH Community Conference Room

Breastfeeding
Gain confidence with breastfeeding.
This education and support class will
help, whether you are currently
breastfeeding or planning to.
Maximum 10 participants. q

June 9, 7-9pm /
Administrative
Conference Room
Registration required.
Cost: Free


Child Car Seat
Safety Check
Four out of five car seats are
installed incorrectly. Is yours one
of them?

Friday only
Hospital Main Lobby
Community Health Resource Center
Appointments required.
Cost: Free

Volunteers Needed
South Florida Baptist Hospital
Auxiliary needs volunteers for the
information desk, gift shop and
sunshine cart. Call for more
information (813) 757-1230.


or physician referral, call (813) 754-4444 unless otherwise noted.


South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St., Plant City, FL 33563


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Martin's term. Three months
later she again defeated Wil-
son to serve a full three-year
term.
In April 2003 Thomas
Mathis defeated Marian Rich-
ardson for the commission's
Group 3 seat. She will
complete her term in June
2006.
Thomas Mathis, who works
as a school intervention spe-


cialist at Marshall Middle
School, is now second in sen-
iority on the city commission
to Dicks.
The mayor's position has
been held for the past two
years by Mike Sparkman, who
did not seek re-election as
commissioner. He will give up
the mayor's chair when a suc-
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GROWTH
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"There's a need also bet-
ween Durant and Plant City
high schools, probably
southwest of Plant City High,"
Ayers added. "That's in the
even more distant future."
Lennard stressed in his
remarks that the district has
been building schools as fast
as it can with the help of the
1997 Classrooms First legisla-
tion and funding that helped
the district reduce its depend-
ency on portable classrooms.
Before 1997 and former
Gov. Lawton Chile's back-
door push for legislative
action, districts were pre-
cluded from opening schools
based on the anticipated
number of students that
would fill its classrooms in the
near future. Bevis Elementary,
for example, never would have
been able to open in 2000 with
only 300 students.
With the opening of schools,
boundary fights ensued, and
are expected to continue, Len-
nard noted. Old-timers in the
district remember similar
battles in the past, such as
with the opening of Armwood
in 1984. Ayers recalled how no
one wanted to leave Bloo-
mingdale to open Durant,
then no one wanted to leave
Durant and Bloomingdale to
open Newsome and now, he
expects, no one will ever want
to leave Newsome.
"At one time, Brandon was
Brandon was Brandon," Len-
nard said. "Then it spilled over
to Mango, back to Riverview
and back to Brandon. Now it's
everywhere."
Not all has been easy with
construction, Lennard said,
noting that two decaying


buildings at Symmes will have
to be rebuilt as the school dis-
trict seeks compensation from
the contractors it considers at
fault. Symmes opened in 2001
off Bloomingdale Avenue on
Watson Road.
Following Lennard's
remarks, School Board chair-
woman Candy Olson spoke
about the hiring of Lennard's
replacement. The board
appointed MaryEllen Elia, the
district's chief facilities officer
and former magnet school
director, May 19. She's the dis-
trict's first female superinten-
dent.
"No, we didn't go outside,"
Olson said of the appointment
of an internal candidate. But
Elia, she added, is well suited
to the job, having the experi-
ence of working in a large dis-
trict and particularly in
Hillsborough, with its more
than 200 schools and facilities
and close to 200,000 students.
"We had one outside candi-
date who applied from a 900-
student school district," Olson
said. "Our schools are bigger
than that. How can you run a
district this size? Needless to
say, that candidate didn't
make the final cut."
Olson also talked about the
state constitutional amend-
ments that demand class-size
reduction and voluntary pre-
kindergarten services.
"I don't know how those
two things are going to mesh,"
Olson said, particularly in
light of the district's growth
and no additional funding
sources.
"But I tell you one thing,"
Olson said. "We are not going
to rob Peter to pay Paul. We
will not take money out of K-
12 to pay for-pre-K- There's
just not any fat in there."


Residents Continue Making Noise About Train Horns


SLATED TO ATTEND THIS WEEK'S
COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING
By D'ANN WHIrTE
dwhite2@mediageneraLcom
They say they won't be railroaded into
accepting blaring train horns in their neigh-
borhoods.
So members of the Quiet Zone Committee,
made up of residents living along the CSX rail-
road track through Brandon, Valrico, Dover
and Plant City, are once again appealing to the
Hillsborough County Commission for relief.
Members, showing their support of estab-
lishing a quiet zone by wearing red T-shirts,
were slated to plead their case to county com-
missioners at the regular commission meeting
at the County Center June 1.
Valrico resident Robert Bron, one of the
committee members who is spearheading the
establishment of a quiet zone, said the group is
asking the county to schedule a workshop so it
can better analyze the cost and feasibility study
requested by the county earlier this year.
At a cost of $81,913, the county hired King
Engineering to conduct a study on establishing
a quiet zone. The study was completed in
March.
However, said Bron, before it had a chance
to thoroughly review the study, the commis-
sion shot it down May 4 based on the recom-
mendation of County Administrator Pat Bean.
Members of the Quiet Zone Committee said
the commission's decision was based on erro-
neous information. The study concluded that


establishing a quiet zone along the CSX line
would cost $871,000. Bean told commissioners
the cost would range from $25 to $250 million.
She later explained that the cost estimate was
based on establishing quiet zones along all rail
lines throughout the county.
The Federal Railroad Administration has
adopted new rules that go into effect June 24
that allow the creation of quiet zones through
neighborhoods where train whistles are a nui-
sance. The administration based its decision
on the fact that new crossing-safety guidelines
and equipment have made the train signals
obsolete.
Bron said it isn't only those who live next to
the tracks who are complaining.
"The blasting train horns carry for miles and
affect the lives and privacy of thousands of res-
idents," he said. "We know the railroad was
here first. We are not dumb. The network of
railroads offered and encouraged westward
expansion and rural-to-urban development.
Tampa would not be here if not for Henry
Plant's railroads, but times changed and so
have the new FRA regulations and rules. Our
committee only wants to exercise its rights and
have a designated railroad quiet zone."
He said more than 32,000 homeowners face
lowered property values as a result of their
proximity to the train tracks and argued that
implementing quiet zones will bring additional
tax revenue to the county, thus offsetting the
cost.
Plant City officials have deemed the zones
too expensive to enact within the city limits
but have said that few residents within the city
limits have complained about the train horns.


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to 8 p.m. The school is for all ages.
Call: Julianna Shults, 752-4622.
Plant City.Community Church of the Naza-
rene, 2402 Mud Lake Road, will offer "J-Force:
Discovering the Ultimate Truth," eachWednes-
day through Aug. 8 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The
school is for all ages. Admission is free.
Call: 752-7863.

Gospel sing
Mount Zion Assembly of God, 3005 Thonoto-"
sassa Road, will host a gospel sing featuring the


Never Fade bluegrass gospel band June 10 at 7
p.m.
Admission is free.
Call: 752-1614.

Summer program at Nazarene
Plant City Community Church of the Naza-
rerie, 2402 Mud Lake Road, is now offering its
summer children's program. Dinner is at 6:30
p.m. and youth activities and Bible study at 7.
The program is for children up to the sixth
grade.
Call: 752-7863.


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to School Bash to be held July 30. Locations:
Calvary Fellowship Assembly of God, 1110 N.
Gordon St., 752-5005; and Transforming Life
Ministries, 3805 Turkey Creek Road, 754-5372.,
Register to receive a backpack and school sup-
plies.

Bike Fest
The Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce hosts its Bike Fest the first Saturday of
every month from 5 to 9 p.m. in and around
McCall Park, 100 N. Collins St.
The next fest will be June 4.

Unity fundraiser
Unity in the Community, a fundraisinig
group whose mission is to help feed Plant City's
needy, offers food during the Bike Fest and
Strawberry Classic Car Show at the Plant City
Community Bingo Hall, 105 Arden Mays Blvd.,
from 5 to 9 p.m.
The group sells hot dogs, Polish sausage,
chips, cookies, cakes and pie, and coffee, soda
and water.
The next sale will be during the June 4 Bike
Fest.
Call: 752-1275.

'Picture Perfect' event
Plant City Photo Archives Inc. will present its
3rd annual gala, "An Evening of Picture Perfect
Memories," June 4 at 7 p.m. at the Red Rose
Ballroom at the Ramada Inn Plantation House,
2011 N. Wheeler St.
Call: 752-1442.

PLAN AHEAD
Breast augmentation seminar
South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N. Alex-
ander St., will offer a free seminar titled, "New
Techniques and Procedures for Breast Aug-
mentation" by board-certified plastic surgeon
Marvin Shienbaum on June 9 at 6:30 p.m. in the
hospital's Administration Conference Room.
Space is limited, reservations requested.
Call: 754-4444.

Race relations study circle
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St.
will host a race relations study circle June 14


from 7 to 8:45 p.m.
Call: 757-9215.


Benefit tea
The Pregnancy Care Center will host a tea
June 18 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Evangelical
Presbyterian Church, 1107 Charlie Griffin
Road.
Call: 759-0886.

Car show
The Plant City Chamber of Commerce hosts
the Strawberry Classic Car Show in downtown
near McCall Park on the third Saturday of every
month from 4 to 9 p.m.
The next show will be June 18.

Bereaved parents support group
Bereaved Parents of the USA will host a
bereaved parents support group at South Flor-
ida Baptist Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St., on
the fourth Thursday of the month at 7 p.m.
The next meeting will be June 23.
There will time for mothers and fathers to
share together and separately.
Call: Beth Tancredo, 393-6577; or Anita
Pippin, 362-6972.

Acid reflux seminar
South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N. Alex-
ander St., will offer a free seminar on gastroeso-
phageal reflux disease, "Heartburn, Indigestion
and GERD," June 23 at 6:30 p.m. in the hospi-
tal's Community Conference Room.
The seminar will be presented by the hospi-
tal's Heartburn Treatment Center. Ziauddin
Shamsi, MD, will answer questions about
heartburn, explain the latest diagnostic and
treatment approaches available, and address
what sufferers can do to relieve symptoms and
reduce damage to the esophagus.
Space is limited, reservations requested.
Call: 754-4444.

Dolphins golf tourney
Plant City Dolphins Golf Tournament is set
for June 25 at Walden Lake Country Club. Reg-
istration for the four-person scramble is at 11
a.m. with lunch followed by a shotgun start at 1
p.m. Cost: $55 per golfer. Proceeds will be used
to help purchase equipment and uniforms for
football players and cheerleaders.
Registration: Buddy Bennett, 752-7479, by
June 15.


DEATHS
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City died May 24.
She was born in Tampa and
was a lifelong resident of the
area.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by her
husband, Baulio; a son, Timo-
thy W. Carr of Plant City; two
brothers, Ronnie J. Smith of
Plant City and Robert C. Smith
of Lee; and a sister, Hazel
Woodside.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Pittinger
Thomas T. Pittinger, 55, of
Valrico died May 22.
He was born in Akron, Ohio,
and was a longtime resident of
Valrico.
-He was self-employed in
maintenance.
He is survived by his wife,
Linda; three sons, Toff and
Terry, both of Plant City, and
Jeremy "JR" of Valrico; two
daughters, Amy Saumell of
Riverview and Kelly Hayes of
Dover; four brothers; a sister;
and 11 grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Robertson
Sheila Robertson, 46, of
Plant City died May 23.
She was born in Chicago
and came here from Nashville,
Tenn., 33 years ago.
. She was a homemaker and a
Baptist.
She is survived by a son, Roy
C. Robertson Jr. of Plant City;
three daughters, Lisa Lister,
Aranda Lister and Ruthann
M., all of Plant City; her
companion, Roy Riner; a


JUNE 2, 2005 + THE COURIER 19

brother, Chester A. Robertson
of Plant City; two sisters, Pat
Thomas and Sherry Yohn-
Nuzum, both of Plant City;
and two grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Steinhart
Charles Steinhart Jr., 73, of
Plant City died May 16.
He was born in Bethlehem,
Pa., and was a longtime resi-
dent of Plant City.
He was a U.S. Army veteran
of World War II and was a
welder in the shipbuilding
industry.
He is survived by his wife,
Blance; two sons, Charles A. IV
of Connecticut and Jeffrey D.
of Tarpon Springs; three sis-
ters, Carol Smith, Arlene
Cooper and Virginia Miller, all
of Pennsylvania; and five
grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Vitelli
Angelo Vitelli, 74, of Plant
City died May 22.
He was a lifelong resident of
Plant City and was a U.S. Army
veteran of the Korean War.
He was a retired welder for
Plant City Steel and attended
Shiloh Baptist Church.
He is survived by four sons,
David and Timothy, both of
Plant City, Richard of Home-
stead and Phillip of Sebring; a
daughter, Linda of Plant City;
a brother, Arnold Jr. of Plant
City; three sisters, Clorinda
Franklin of Spring Hill and
Carmen Sutorus and Beatrice
Sutorus, both of Plant City;
four grandchildren; and a
great-grandchild.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.


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Church plans Health Day
Emmanuel Seventh-day Adventist Church,
705 S. Maryland Ave., will play host to a Health
Day June 4. There will be information on
weight loss, breaking habits and keeping chil-
dren safe.
Schedule: Sabbath School will be at 9:30
a.m.; divine worship at 11 a.m.; and a grand
march in the community and a miniconcert at
4:30 p.m.
Call: 752-0804.

Gospel sing
Church of God of Prophesy, 11607 Grove-
wood in Thonotosassa, will host a gospel sing
featuring the Yachmans Family and The
Spiritual Servants June 4 at 7 p.m.
Call: Dee Pitts, 752-2778.

First Baptist offers book events
First Baptist Church of Plant City, 503 N.
Palmer St., will offer a synopsis of "Jesus the
One and Only," a study by Beth Moore, June 5
from 5 to 5:15 p.m.
Kay Morris will preview the new Jennifer
Rothschild interactive Bible study titled "Fin-
gerprints," June 12 from 5 to 6:15 p.m. The
session will address the six elements of "God's
touch."
Call: 752-4104.

Vacation Bible schools
The following area churches will offer vaca-
tion Bible schools:
First Baptist Church of Pleasant Grove,
7725 S. Turkey Creek Road, plans a vacation
Bible school with the theme "Do What's Right"
June 5-10. There will be fun, games, crafts,
food, prizes and a Bible story each night on
making the right choices. Call: 737-2556.
Northside Baptist Church, 1700 N. Franklin


St., will offer a "Ramblin' Road Trip" vacation
Bible School June 5-106
Children in grades kindergarten through 12
are invited; teenagers can experience "The
Road: Decisions and Destinations" with Bible
study and special activities-planned just for
them. Adults will also have the opportunity to
participate.
Call: 752-2779.
Springhead Baptist Church, 3106 S.
Wiggins Road, will offer "Ramblin Road Trip"
June 6-10 from 9 a.m. to noon for preschool
through fifth grade. Family Night will be June
12. Call: 752-4879.
First Presbyterian Church of Plant City, 404
W. Reynolds, will host its school June 13-17.
The theme is "Serengeti Trek: All the Kids Are
Wild About God." There is no charge, but RSVP
is requested.
Call: 752-4211.
Cork United Methodist Church, 3501 Cork
Road, will have its school June 6-10 from 6 to 8:
30 p.m. Call: 754-3233.
SSt. Clement Catholic Church, 1104 N. Alex-
ander St.; will host 'Kingdom of the Son" June
13-17 from 8:30 a.m. to noon each day. Regis-
tration fee is $10.
Call: Allison Craft, director, at 967-7270, or
. the church office at 752-8251.
First United Methodist Church, 303 N.
Evers St., will offer its school, "Lava Lava Island:
Where Jesus' Love Flows," for children ages 3
up to the fifth grade June 6-10 from 5:30 to 8:30
p.m.
Call: 754-3519.
Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, 804 W.
Renfro St., will host "Jesus Saves U," for ages 3
and older, June 6-10 from 5:45 to 8 p.m. Admis-
sion is free but registration necessary. Bus
transportation is available.
Call: 754-2239.
Hope Lutheran Church, 2001 North Park
Road, will host "Jerusalem Marketplace: \-Where
Jesus Walked to the Cross," June 13-17 from 6
See OFFER. Page 17


DIIATHS


Gonzalez
Audrey F. Gonzalez, 64, of
Mulberry died May 23.
She was born in Piedmont,
Ala., and came here from Gad-
sden, Ala., in 1952.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by three
sons, John Madison and
Robert Madison, both of Plant
City, and Jose of Mulberry; two
daughters, Marie Oquendo of
Plant City and Anna Patterson
of Seffner; and 10 grandchil-
dren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Greco
Christina F. Greco, 76, of
Plant City died May23.
He was born in Hammon-
ton, N.J., and came here from
there.,
She was' a registered nurse
and attended East Pasco Sev-
enth-day Adventist Church of
Zephyrhills.
She is survived by a son, Ste-
phen of Plant City; a step-
daughter, Melody Almed; a
sister, Merle Certy of New
Jersey; and six grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Houck
Loma Houck, 95, of Donal-
sonm-iUe, Ga., died NMav 20.
She was a homemaker and a
former member of Berea Bapt-
ist Church.
She is survived by a son, Leo


F. of Plant City; two daughters,
Joann Armachain of Plant City
and Minnie Kress of Donal-
sonville; seven grandchildren;
and nine great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Howell
Hollis Gayle Howell, 74, ol
Plant City died May 25.
He was born in Plant City
and was a lifelong resident.
He was a foreman for the
Tampa Electric Co.
He is survived by his wife,
Mary Sue; mother, Elizabeth
of Plant City; a daughter, Gay-
leen Scott of Plant City; a
brother, Gary of Plant City;
two sisters, Elaine Howell and
Ann Mohler, both of Plant
City; three grandchildren; and
four great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Kafka
Mary E. Kafka, 85, of Plant
City died May 1.
She was born in Anderson,
Ind., and was a homemaker.
She attended St. Peters
Episcopal Church.
She is survived by her
husband, Richard; a daughter,
Helen of Alexandria, Va.; and a
granddaughter, Jessica
Romine of Alexandria.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.
Pineda
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SPORTS


Cougar Spikers Lose


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OHME CALLS IT QUITS
By DAREK SHARP
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In its 10 years of existence,
Durant High School has had a
great share of athletic success,
with the largest body of evi-
dence belonging to the volley-
ball program.
Last week, the only head
volleyball coach the school
has ever known, Teri Ohme,
retired from her position and
hung up the whistle in order
to devote more time to her
family.
Ohme and her husband,
Kevin, have two young chil-
dren. She will leave Durant
and become a math teacher at
Newsome High School.
In the school's very first
year, the volleyball team
reached the final four before
losing to Jacksonville Bolles.
The following season,
Durant made the state final,
losing in a 15-13, 16-14 heart-
breaker to Cardinal Gibbons.
The leader of that team,


Julie Booth-Hiscock, has been
chosen to take over the head-
coaching duties at Durant.
After graduating from Durant,
Booth went to Florida South-
ern College, where she was a
strong performer.
When Durant made its next
trip to the state final, the Cou-
gars won it all, topping Stuart
Martin County for the 1999
Class 5A championship.
Durant would win back-to-
back state titles in 2001 and
2002.
In her 10 seasons, Ohme
averaged 24 wins and had 16
players move on to play colle-
giately, most recently Danielle
.Herndon, who went to Notre
Dame.
Though Durant has had
individuals win state champi-
onships in tennis and swim-
ming, volleyball is the only
sport where a Cougar team
has won a state crown.
The girls soccer club has
come closest, finishing second
once and reaching the state
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Prep Athletes Shine Throughout 2004-05


Jason Brown might not be
able to throw a 90-mph
fastball, but I wouldn't bet
against it. Chip Bowden
probably wouldn't be the
best golfer, but then again,
maybe he would.
There's only room to play
so many sports, but those
two individuals more than
anyone else at Plant City and
Durant this year showed
mastery of an incredible
variety of activities.
In taking a brief glance
back at the 2004-05 year in
sports at the local schools,
the names of Brown and
Bowden keep coming back
as the best of the best. Both
were starting quarterbacks
on their football teams and
were key figures in leading
the squads to 6-4 records.
That would have been
enough for most students,
but these guys were just
getting warmed up.
Bowden went on to join
the Durant wrestling team
when football was finished,
and, in a sport he didn't
have that firm a grasp of,
Bowden excelled to the
point of reaching the state
tournament. After that, it
was a strong season for the
baseball team, where
Bowden was a reliable hitter.
He can also swim, but the
fall sports schedule gets in
the way there.
Brown went on to be
among the leading scorers in
the county in basketball, and
then placed at the state track
meet. No doubt both of


these gentlemen and they
are quality individuals will
try to add a fourth sport to
their repertories if time
permits. That's right, they
have one year left in high
school and should be a treat
to watch play again.
The top student-athlete
was not hard to figure out.
Clay Bavinger, who played
hoops and qualified for the
state tournament in tennis,
finished as the Plant City
High valedictorian. Last
week, he was awarded the
Andres Garcia Memorial
tennis award as the top
player in the county and
with academics factored into
the award, not a tough call
there.
Those three athletes were
not alone in achievements
on the fields of play last
year.
In tennis, Durant's Alyssa
Young should be com-
mended for also reaching
the state tournament,
winning a pair of three-set
battles on a scorching pair of
. days in Tampa.
It was a matter of "what
could have been" for the
Durant girls soccer team,
which suffered too many
injuries to have a real shot at
advancing past where its
season ended, the regional
semifinals.
And by far the biggest
"what if" result of the year
came when the Plant City
boys held a 2-1 lead late
against top-seed Sarasota in
the district tournament only


DAREK
SHARP


to have the Sailors win -
then advance all the way to
the Class 6A state finals.
None of the local basket-
ball teams reached the
postseason, but each is
clearly in great hands
coaching-wise and, assum-
ing Sarasota and Sarasota
Riverview havega drop-off, a
playoff shutout won't be the
case again in 2005-06.
Incidentally, those Sara-
sota schools are still grouped
in the same district as the
Raiders and Cougars for
sports like basketball,
volleyball and soccer, but
there is a slight and
welcomed change to their
surrounding region.
Durant and Plant City are
in Class 6A-District for all
sports. For the past four
years, if one of the teams
made the playoffs it faced a
possible trip to Kissimmee
or further in the first round.
Starting next year, the
district where its opponent
would come from includes
more geographically near
schools like St. Pete High,


Countryside and Gaither.
The Raider softball team is
one that can attest to a
rough trip east, falling to
Kissimmee Osceola in the
regionals. Still, Plant City
put forth the best string of
victories of any of our teams
this season. In two weeks,
the Raiders beat Blooming-
dale (ranked as high as No. 3
in 6A) and Durant twice
apiece and tossed in a win
over Chamberlain, which
went on to the 5A state
semis.
We must mention Derrick
Hallback and Matt Stwan,
who were among the coun-
ty's best running backs and
carried their respective
offenses through the season,
though Hallback and the
Raiders got the better of
their rivals this year with his
mega-performance in Plant
.City's surprisingly easy win
over Durant.
Unfortunately, the teams
are no longer in the same
district, but I'm thinking
that season-opening game
between the two still might
draw a crowd.
And back to the Durant
wrestling team, of which
Stwan was also a member.
Under the foundation built
by coach Dennis Kitko,
Durant has itself poised to
do damage at the state level
next year and, someday -
yes, I'm saying it challenge
Brandon.
Finally, the Durant
baseball team ended a
frustrating span of years
without postseason play.


The Cougars were knocked
out in the first round, but
with Carmine Giardina -
look for him to sign with a
major Division I school -
coming back Durant will
make it a goal to go further.

College products
A couple of products of
the Cougar program are still
playing their college seasons
and doing very well.
On Monday, East Carolina
was invited to the NCAA
baseball tournament for a
seventh year in a row. One
reason to cheer for the
Pirates is their catcher,
former Durant standout
Mike Grace. He's hitting .313
with eight homers and 32
RBI.
In the Division II champi-
onship going on in Alabama,
if my alma mater Florida
Southern can't win I guess
having the University of
North Florida grab the title
would suffice. Former
Cougar Mike Fryrear is a big
part of the Ospreys' attack
and in their nerve-wracking
trip through the Southern
Regional was named to the
all-regional team.
Fryrear had a two-run
single to break a tie in the
top of the 11th against
UNF's rival Kennesaw State,
but KSU won the game with
four runs in the bottom of
the inning. The Ospreyas
then had to win three games
in a row to advance to
Montgomery, and they did
so with Fryrear getting big
hits in each game.


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Notice Is hereby given that
on Saturday, June 4,2005 at
9:45 a.m. Balard Mini-Stor-
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4935Dr. Martin LKing Blvd,
PlantCity F133566will con-
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bidder or otherwise dis-
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rental units leased to and
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Unit #22-Ronald Decker
Plant City, Fl
Household & Personal
Unit #30 & 130-Lynda Craig
Dover, FI
Household & Personal
Unit #71-William Earl
Brown
Thonotosassa. FI
Household & Personal
Unit #74-Theresa Stevens
Dover, Fl
Household & Personal
Unit #96-William Edward
Sullivan III
Thonotosassa, Fl
Household & Personal
Unit #103-Wayne Eatman
Plant City, Fl
Household& Personal
Unit #136-William Hewitt
Plant City, Fl
Household & Personal
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Ortiz Garcia
Dover, Fl
Household & Personal
Unit #145-Yolanda Vela
Fort Worth, TX
Household & Personal
Unit #D234, D170, D171,
D180, D301B-BJ. Rogers
Mango, FI
Household& Personal
Unit #D241-Sandra Vega
Plant City, Fl
Household & Personal
Unit #245-Duane Richard-
son
Plant City, Fl
Household & Personal
Unit #D270-Terry Smith
Plant City, Fl
Household & Personal
Unit #D163-Luther Harold
Messick, Jr.
Plant City, FL
Household & Personal
Unit #D221 & D183-Diane
Yarbrough High
Plant City, Fl
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Management reserves the
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NO.9445 5/26,6/2,2005
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 05-1012
In Re The Estate Of:
MARIE H. HUNT,
Deceased
NOTI11CETO CREATORS
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estate of Marie H. Hunt, de-
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having claims or demands
against the decedent's es-
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contingent or unliquidated
claims, on vhum a copy of
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OF THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
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ON THEM.
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WITHIN THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
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OR DEMANDS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
The date of the first publi-
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Thursday, May 26,2005.
Attorney for Personal Rep-
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Joseph A. Morrison
3500 South Florida Avenue,
Suite 3
Lakeland, FI 33803
(863)644-3399
lorida Bar Number: 313793
Personal Representative:
Betty Lou Kaledas
4385 Winding Oaks Drive
Mulberry, FI 33860
NO:9436 5/26;6/2/2005
STATE OF SOUTH
CAROLINA
COUNTY OFYORK
Barbara Adkins and Ronald
Adkins
Plaintiffs,
versus
Donna L. Davis and John
Doe
the father of Caleb Davis
Re: Caleb Lee Davis
A minor under 18 years of
age
Defendants,
IN THE FAMILY COURT FOR
THE SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
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SUMMONS
FILE BOOK #05-DR-46-911
TO THE DEFENDANTS
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1240 Ebenezer Road. Rock
Hill, South Carolina 29732.
within thirt& (30) days
following me service
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of the day of such service.
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days after service of this
Summo Judgment witl
be ae inst you b
dfult for the relief
demanded in the
Complaint.I
Rock HilL South Carolina


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James W. Hancock, Jr.
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Rock Hills, South Carolina
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lca, Newly remodeled,
Cul-de-Sac Lg Yard,
$173,000 Coldwell Bank-
er. Betty 813-841-5691
I10 Northeast
'""I New Tampa

BUSCH BLVD AREA
Handyman Special. Fire
damaged, 4bd, 2ba,
1100sf, Need cash offer
quickly! 813-857-5961
HUNTERS GREEN 4BD
3.5BA 3CG, 3409 sf., con-
servation bonus room
pool. $484,900 FSBO 3%
to Buyer's Agent
(813) 994-3743 by appt.
Open House Sun. 2-6
8728 Tantallon Circle
NEW TAMPA Lakefront,
Gorgeous 4/3/3 plus den
& bonus, granite, stain-
less, berber, tile, poo
spa, outdoor kitcRhen &
fireplace. Open Sun 1-4
$659,900 (813)994-5666
New Tampa/West Mead-
ows 4/2/2 FSBO. Big lot,
room for pool many up-
grades. Open House 6/4,
10-2. $299,500.
813-362-6228 *615-1390
Pebble Creek 5BR, 3BA,
2CG, New on market
2850sf, screen enclosed
pool, like new in & out
Must see. 18910 Pebble
Run Way. 813-924-6637,
$349,500. Call Greg
SULPHUR SPRINGS,
Clean, buildable lot
50x10, with no impact
fees. $8K For informa-
tion, call 813 876-0840
Leave message.

1| ]Hlllsborough
Apollo Bea Beautiful
4BR, 2BA, 1794sf,
screened porch, new
hardwood flooring
fenced yard, great
n'hood. Must Sel.
201 Lookout Dr. $239K.
Call 813-841-6285
CLASSIFIED
WORKS!


104 East
1041 Hillsborough
BRANDON-RIVERVIEW
For Sale By Owner.
3'2,2 split plan, less
tan i yr old House on
Lake, screened lanai,
appl. Incl., 2000sf.
$255K. 813-293-5725
DADECItySBR/3'/2 BA4CG
plus 3 car carport, 4200
sq ft on 1 acre lot, patio
pool, totally remodeled,
new roof. $399,000.
813-416-7167.
Plant City Ranch House
For Sale. 3BR, 2BA on 10
Sfenced acres with Barn.
Rental Property includ-
ed. $775/mo. income.
$360K. 813-759-6467
RIVERVIEW-3bd 2ba,
new roof, 1200sf, 2cgar
fncd, tile. $154.9K. Call
813-571-1500 Iv msg
RIVERVIEW off Blooming-
dale. 3/2/2,6005 Christy
Lane. 1/4 acre, new
flooring, $210,000 obo.
813-629-5417 no realtors
please.
Riverview/South Cove
MUSTSEE! Won't Last!
4Br3'/zba,251lac/sf
All Appli Incl, Bit 2004
Backs to Pond, Quiet
$284,900* 813-672-0593
1114 Waterfront

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LISTING
ODESSA Country estate
p. pristine sk4 lake, 2
, 1g rms n 3200 4.
3/2?' .story home rebli
Vin98,Indbilgw/1100sf
AC. Ideal for offie, etc.
Many extras. Gated, 163'
of water$795 792-0176
RIVERVIEW Shadow Run
Lakefront, custom 4/2.5
LR, FR, bonus, 3CG, 2FP,
all upgrades Irge aks
on 1 acre w/177' on lake.
$499,900.813-677-7759.
SOUTH TAMPA CONVE-
SNIENT. Waterfront Con-
p w/ boat slip, great
views, luxury renova-
tion. $280k.
813-299-8547.
TAMPA, BUILD ON A
CRYSTAL CLEAR SKI
LAKE! 135ft shoreline-
r.Sac MOL $450K. Bro-
251-6090ers Protected. 813-
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JUNE 2, 2005 THE COURIER .
iono Ofc Space I Houses
1808J Lease 1210 Unfumished
PLANT CITY, Industrial Beach Park
Park Office Space for- 4111 W Platt. 3br 2ba
lease 150 to 3000 sq ft, $1995/mo. Pool. All app!
including Conference + W/D, new carpet, no
Room & Break Room. pets, garage 1 month
Starting at $160. mo. dep.813-2867049
Contact Mathew Homrner
813-865-1192. THE- Bloomingdale Beautiful
GEORGEW.LACKEYCO 3/2/2, $1.200/mo.
GEORGEW.LACKEYCO $1,000/dep. Riverview
Retail Brand new 3/2/2,
180C $1 200/mo. $1000 dep.
Space Cal 813-476-0540
Sun Point Shopping Cntr BLOOMINGDALE East.
Office/ Retail/ Medical 3/2/2 tile, fenced, ceil-
813-728-4396 ing fans, best schools,
www.PhaganDev.com best location, $1250 +
dep. Small pets OK.
WATERS Ave, W. 1412, 813-917-1643.
new bldn 1000-5000sf
avail. etail/Office BRANDON 3br 2ba 2 car
space w/elevator. Great gar, w/pool & lawn srvc
rate. Rent now get 1 all apps -r w/d, fenced
mo. FREE. Now leasing. yd, nopets, smoke free.
Call 813-493-3335 $1350/mo + dep.
or 727-215-6301 813-383-5993 505-3929
Business BRANDON Close to the
Mall. 3BR, 2BA, 2CG,
180E Property 2060sf w/ pool, very
Lease clean. $1,595/mo.
Call 813-728-1022
BRANDON-Busy Hwy 60 or813-843-9714
East, 902 Brandon Blvd. FOREST HILLS 3BR, 2BA,
Approx 5500 Sg Ft Bldg. carport, large back
Quality construction, yard, great location.
lots of parking. All ready Lease with option to
equipped for Restaurant. buy. Available June 1st.
uoud be many other Call Bill 813-996-5551
uses. Call E.L. Jones.
Si nature Rity. HUDSON
813-716-3130; 689-3115 Arlington Woods Modern
3br,2ba,2cg, vaulted
1801 Stores For ceilings, 100Osf, $1100
180 Lease w/sec. Call Lawrence
Lease 703-257-5214
CONVENIENCE STORE HYDE PARK-TAMPA
FOR LEASE. Altamonte South Tampa upscale
Springs Area. No blue neighborhood, 1 block
skys, etc. 800-801-8105 from Bayshore and
ext2242. Hyde Park Shopping. 2
Bedroom Townhome, 2
190 1/2 baths, 2 car garage,
190 office/excerise room,
Snew floors, kitchen, pri-
Commercial Prop. vate entrance and front
Sale yard. $2400 per month.
(813)258-0640
LUTZ New 2 story big pool
Duplex, house/lanai in Villa
190G Triplex Rosa w/big palm trees.
Quads Sale 4br 3ba 2 cg 2300sf w/
Sappl. $1800/mo. + sec.
DREW PARK fourplex 813-416-9746
2br 2ba zoned commer- Northdale, 3BR, 2BA, 2CG.
ciaf, easy to convert, on Fenced back yard.
main road $360K For info $1,100 per month.
call 813 876-0840 Ready June 1st.
Leave message. 1st, last and deposit.
200-249 Call 813-504-7642
PLANT CITY 112 Plum St.
Rentals 1600sf, 3br iba Home,
CHA W/D Hkups
200 $825/mo$800Dep.
200 I Rooms/Rent No Pets 813-744-1572
PROGRESS VILLAGE 3br
PLANTCITY, Lgfurn room Iba w/ den fenced
20X20, private entrance, back ard, corner lot,
shared bath, kitchen some tile, all appi, W/D
w/1 other 813-716-5184 Hkup, $950/mo, 1st &
I Apartments last. 813-833-0994
205 Unfurnished I RIVERVIEW 2 story, 3br,
n 2ba House $1200mo Se-
curity, Dep. & Istmonth.
CHANNELSIDE LOFT Utiliies, gated comm.
1250sf, 2br, 11/ba, 20ft Adult MoHile Home Pk
ceil frch doors, balcony, 813-677-4778
wdtflrs,s/sap1,pl, Floorfo 813-677-4778
ceiling windows. $1300 RIVERVIEW Lg 2 story
/mo. 813-229-1212 X221 home, 3475 sf, 5 br, 3 ba,
Hyde Park Area 2br 1ba, 2uargaemstr carpet.
W/D, water incl CHA u$250/mo. plus dcep.
pool view 2nd fir end $20813-789p0270 ep
unit No Pets. 3102 Hora-
tio #21. $1000/mo + Seminole Heights South
dep.813-625-7088 Cute 2br lba, nice
street, fenced yard,
OLDSMAR Beautiful, 2bd, near river. W&D inc.
2ba, 2cgloft style apt, 1st, last & sec. $900 mo.
wd firs, balc W/D incl 813-695-7502,885-6361.
10' ceil, w/in closet'
$995/mo 813-841-0440 SLIGH&DALEMABRYAR-
rampartsquare.com EA. Bungalow 3br Iba,
pool & hot tub, all appli-
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's & ances, ully remodeled
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am- great shape. Big yard.
5pm M-F813-754-6932 1395.813-505-8578,
STOWNSGATE SOUTH TAMPA, 3br, iba,
TOWNSGATE updated, w/scrn patio,
APARTMENTS. snrm carport w/Ir.
APARTMENTS* fenced bk yrd,rPets OK,
1&2BR'S $1250/mo. Call
754-2200 Plant City 813-835-1996
USFArea2br2bacondoin South Tampa Home
Raintree Village with 4br,2baw/pool& fenced
W/D. $950/mo. $400 back yard, 2300sf, great
security dep. Call neighborhood,
Russell 813-293-6991 $1600/mo sec dep.
813-829-8069
WESTSHORE luxury 2br, SOUTH TAMPA Immacu-
lba,990sf,wdflrs,cher- late 3br/lba 4 shed,
ry cabs, stainless appi, fence!yard, Everything
French drs to scrnd pa- new, 2 blocks to park,
tio overlooknpool. N/S Pets ok $1,200/mo
$1090/mo 813-966-7095 813748-7724
207 plex TEMPLE TERRACE AREA
207 Triplex 3BR 2BA, 1700sg ft, car
i x I port porch, and fenced
BUSCH GARDEN AREA. yad. Recently remod-
Modern 2br baduplex, eled 8008 Cardinal Dr.
dryer/washer heeoup, 899-0609 (813) 334-1556
parking, 9411 Mulberry 9 9 (8 334-o
St $550 mo. Call Manny Valrico, Brand New hous-
813-504-8285. es 4br 3ba 2cg 2000sf,
West Tampa NICE 2BR. 1,500/mo month
Chestnut. 585 per ueposit. near 60, good
2706 neighborhoods, good
monht $1,100 to move Anendon 1 o3-
in. Utilities not included, sc.ools.813-368-1 1
Nice neighbors. VALRICO Gorgeous! 4BD
Call 813-892-5191 3BA, 3 y/o 2,300 slq5
Houses TRAS! pool/lawn care
2 Furnished inc.$1800/1800 dep.
(813) 681-3,27
CARRO .WOOD,fum3br Walden lake, Exremely
2ba, lcg, alltile, cover clea3br,, ,eened
porch w/terrace, all roo 2. S00/mo
appi, W/D & water in- 0-73'16.6447
c uded $1250/mo-1 mo
dep. 813-376-5727 ZEPHYRNIiS Brand new,
I Houses O
210 Unfurmished miles ffrom 1752,
I i | s$l/Nmo, 813-29-S6d
APOLLO BEACH New orc 813-468I151
home 2/2 den in 55- L -O on
comm. Includes all 1,211 1 O,-pon
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BED$199 KING
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Call 813-477-9019 I
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Primary colors, like
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warranty. 100% brand
new in plastic. Can
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?n bed, dresser, mirror,
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$1500 813-741-1528

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A Brand new maple set
New in boxes! Can deliv-
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BEDROOM 1-10pc
King/Queen
Solid Mahogany, med fin-
ish. All drawers Ameri-
can dovetail, never used
still in box. Armoire incl.
Can deliver cost $9,000
sell $3,900.
www.solidwood
bedrooms.com
813-293-7621

BEDROOM 1-6 PC
All oak, complete set, all
drawers American
Dovetail, never used,
still boxed. Cost $4K.
Sacrifice $1495. Can
deliver 813-926-8507
BEDROOM 5 Pc Beautiful
suit. $497 Complete.
Wholesale to public.
New in Boxes Can DIvr!
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Bedroom Furniture,
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Ortho-PEDICNasa
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Cost $1699 sell $399,
cost $1899 sell$499
Can Deliver Statewide!
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WHOLESALE Prices
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813-493-1222
727-733-9334
866-476-0289 ANYTIME!
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Solid Cherry 62x82" 3
Adj Glass shelves, 3drws,
2 side drs,New3,605
Now $1,000 813-389-3727
COFFEE Table square &
end table w/drawers.
ETHAN ALLEN, Slightly
distressed & beautiful.
$550. Call 684-9055
it DAYBED$250
Complete with frame, 2
mattresses, trundle, all
new in boxes. Can
deliver. 813-477-9019
DAY BED $275*
Complete with 2 twin
matts & pop-up trundle.
New, never used, can
deliver. 813-926-8507
DINING $450
All Solid Oak, Hand Crvd
Tablew/leaf & 6 Chrs.
New/Boxes 813-643-1388
DINING ROOM SET Wal-
nut Broyhill drop leaf
dining room table + 2
leaves 4 chairs, & Ig
lighted china cabinet
$500 813-645-9381
DINING ROOM SET Honey
Maple; 3leaves;6 chairs
Lighted China Cabinet
Pd $3000. $1,000 (813)
657-8888
Dining Room Set- Cherry,
like new!6 crs(2cap),
ivory color, all w/ plastic
covers. Beautiful! $1000.
813-629-6129/672-2674
Ding Set Cherry, table
w/two leaves, 8 chairs,
sideboard Bassett,
Made in USA, $800 Can
Deliver 813-469-5618
Entertainment Ctr
All wood, cherry or oak,
lighted w/beveledglass
doors, accommodates
up to 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
USED, sell for $1650.Can
deliver. 813-293-1743
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FREE
Bed frame with pillow-
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11 S.EVERSST
PLANT CITY
813-759-8864
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FURNITURE German An-
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French Oak Cabinet
$500 each 843-437-6528
It FUTON$200
Oak with extra thick
mattress. New in boxes.
Can deliver. 813-477-9019

FUTON
Medium oak, honey fin-
ish, 9 layer matt, new in
box, cost $625, sell $285
813-293-1743
LIVING ROOM SET
Black leather couch, so-
fa chair and ottoman,
$500. Please call:
813-907-3778

MATTRESS $100
A brand name, full or qn
pillowtop Mattress Set,
King $185, new in plas-
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MATTRESSES
3 sets, double sided pil-
low top, with warranty.
Never used. Can deliver.
King set-$325.
Queen set$275
Full set-$240
813-293-7621
MEMORY FOAM
mattress $399. any sz
727-447-0957
813-612-5911
OFFICE DESK, solid oak,
hand carved, 4x3, with
pedestal legs & glass
top paid $1,500. Asking


go. Exec mo ogany
desks, recept desk, conf
table, chairs & cmptrs.
Call 813-207-8907
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.
813-477-9019
Rattan 11-pc off-white
sectional for sale. $750
OBO
(813) 966-774
Check out class 418
for cool deals on A/C's
SOFA, Blue leather 3 seat,
2 arm chairs, and otto-
man. AS NEW. Beautiful
design & comfort.
$1,200 813-977-1871
Sofa & chair (reclining)
like new $400. Hope
Chest $150. Brand new
TV stand for Ig scrn TV,
modern hvy glass $150.
813-785-0072
Sofa, club char & large
ttoman, Hobnail trim,
brown Natuzzi leather,
new condition! $975
813-908-0177
SOFA, LOVE SEAT and
CHAIR Like New, $650.
Call after 6PM.
813-926-9490
Table set, Robb &
Stucky/Lane collection,
antique Whtwash, 2 yrs
new, 1 entry table
w/matching mirror, 1
coffee table, 2 end
tables, $2600 new. $700
takes it. 813-842-9218

UNCLAIMED
LAYAWAY
Sofa & Loveseat, Over-

anw.5 $9. or assume
$20 payments
B&BOUTLET
115S.EVERSST
PLANTCITY
813-75X864
SALE! Wicker Dining rm,
Living &Bedrm Se.
Patio furniture, accesso-
ries & gifts. Call Forever
Wicker 813-948-4802
MOVING SALE Three
piece bedroom set
Queen size sligh bed
resser, and night
stand. Great cond.$1000
or best offer.Need to sell
ASAP. Call 813-784-7428
1415 Carpeting I
Really nice carpet in very
good condition. More
fhan 80 yards. $250.
Call r13-960-1839
or813-010-067i8.







JUNE 2,. 2005 THE COURIER t 25


14151 Carpeting 418 Air 428 Medical
FINE TABRIZ traditional I Conditioners Equip.
teardrop medallion on A/CHEATPUMPS 1012,14 SCOOTER-ELECTRIC,
burgundy field w/navy SEER UNITS NEW IN brand new Sun Chaser
borer, wool and silk' BOXES 10 YEAR WARR. 20-mile range, paid
pile5'9"by8' 10" picture $1500 TO $4500 IN- $2,000. Asking $1,000.
a t' STALLED. LIC. & BOND- Call813-994-1694
www.scc.ems/rugs.htm ED CAC1814375.
813-633-8114$1,500 (813)318-2287 Bruno Power Scooter,
S fully equipped, new,
Carpet, 200 sq yds of UsedMobileHome&Cen- never used $647.
excellent new carpet, $6 tral Systems. 2-5 tons. 813-991-4436
per yd. Very beautiful$200 & U w/warranty.
color813-951-5000 Can Insta1. Repair work .
also. NTA CAC 1813656. 430i Office Equip.
14161 Appliances | 813-748-9265.907-3838 & i Furniture
A/C 2-Ton mini split, heat
Appliances-Absolute pump 1/2yr old, exc 125 Herman Miller Work-
Lowest $ Guaranteed. conZd$500 stations. Exc cond this
Delivery. Woody's W on't Last! Call chuck
Appliances, $7B50, up. 813-935-6869 813-966-1072 almost
7604 Broadway626-7787 C.,., HE- & A newworkstations.com
Mobile Home unit, in ex- 300 Herman Miller AO3,
APPLIANCES BEST PRIC- cellent condition, can 6x6 Workstations.
ES IN TOWN! Large se- demonstrate, $350. Call Exc cond. Other Cubicles
election of washers, ry- 813-486-3642 available.Callfor
ers, stoves & reffera- d M details. 727-647-1853
tors. $79.50 & up. War- Musical Bookcases, Chairs,
raty & delivery im- Instruments Desks, Files, Conf.
its. Don'tegamble, ow Tables, All In Stock HON
roewa2-7. BASSAeBT. chairs 50% to 70% OFF.
u roalwa5626-77 BASS & GUITARS 635.9255/5414 N 56th
8307 Armenia 933-8288. BAY AREA'S BEST!
APPLIANCESCS ** NEW- USED.- VINTAGE Chairs! Chairs! Chairs!
USED WITH WARRANTY REPAIRS LESSONS Over 500 used chairs in
USEDW* Frm99* BUY-NTSELL-TRADE stock Multi functional
AUTHORIZEDMAYTAG LEGENDS 813-348-0688 midrbck chair $5.9-much
4000 W. Kennedy PIANO SALE '
281-0777 SPecals/Close' uts Desks! Files! Chairs!
PARTS TODAY k ostPoular Brands Largest quality selection
11900 N.Nebraska ncl.D layerGrands inTampa Bay area!!
972-4242 Owner/Operator 27 Yrs Unbeatable $$! E.O.F.
DRYER-Maytag, gas Best Prices& Value 813-877-9317
Dryer, 2 yrs new White. Call 813-855-1227 FILE CABINET 4-Drawer
Atlantis model. New PIANO-Story & Clark, Vertical Oak Excellent
condition. $450. newkeys, excellent con Condition. $295
Call 813-391-9255 edition, includes bench (813)259-1207
Mom & Pops Apolianc- asking $900obo. Call LASER FAX SALE.
es,$75 & up, W/D, Stove 813-886-8290 $195.3 left.
& efr. 10014 30th St. VIOLINS New m n _0 G Includes Toner.
Free Delivery "VanS150 Viw$1 G www.copyfax2.com
813-632-9620; 335-788 ellos $319. cases 727-461-4701
REFRIGw/icemaker$250, Bows. Mandolins $120. I Computers &
ceramic top stove $200, Guitars $150. Trum pets 431 uipmentrs
Sharp microwave $30 Clarinets & Flutes $199 quipmen
all like new (813) Del avail 813-655-6554
493-1979 Low cost, expert repairs A NEW COMPUTER
VACUUMRAINBOW- BUT NO CASH?
VACUUM RAINBOW SE 424 Radio, TV, & You're APPROVED-
with attachments, Wit IS 1 Stereo Guaranteed! NO
cellent condition, u.ea I CREDIT CHECK- Bad
Ve 81.907-1756 BIG.SCREEN.REPAIR Credit- Bankruptcy OK.
SERVICE8CALLS 1-800-420- Jho2
MARK ELECTRONICS 10A-9P .T0M20 o .
WASHER OR DRYER MCS 9PESTMon-ri
WASHE DRE ChPLANTCITY checking Account
$100 Great condition 813-717-9700 R e q u i r e 0 .
Can deliver w/warranty. 813-416-4451 www.pcs4all.com
Don 813-300-6714 Big Screen Televisions A NEW COMPUTER BUT
WASHERS & DRYERS 46" $350.52"450. NO CASH? You're AP-
$250 a set, $125 Each. Good Condition PROVED Guaranteed!
Guaranteed Warranty *NO CREDIT CHECK -
Delivery Available Call 813-986-1229 Bad Credit Bankruptcy
Call 813-382 8615 OK. (800) 319-8860 8a-
SBOSTON ACOUSTICS 10p EST.Mon-Fri and
SI Telephones VRM50 book shelf loud Sat. lla-6p *Checking
417 Paers speakers & Monitor Au- Account Req'd
t | dio Radius 360 Subwoof- www.pcs4all.com
Business Phone Systems er813-494-4947 AMD $99 Internet Ready
New & Used, Installed I WANT TO BUY non- Computer. Laptops
1 Year Warranty, AT&T, working Big Screen starting at $149. New
Norstar, voice mail. Televisions. Please systems starting at
20 yrs exp. 813-985-5011 Call 813-986-1229 $299. 1031.W. Busch
We buy old cell phones. PC Services 931.4976
Nokia Motorola Samsung TV PANASONIC 51" HDTV AMD 2300+ New PC $299
etc.2yrsold&up. CAPABLE Mod*el PT- 256mb Memory, 80gb
a1 c nn 51HX42 Good Condition. Hard Drive CD-Burner
ulJ-933-1uuo $750 Must Sell, (863) Network, USBs, & more!
248-2309 One Year PC Warranty.
4l Air I ISORM: Mon-Sat 10 to 7
r Conditioners 4 Video Rec 14918 North Florida Ave
I 1 425 Equip (813)264-0408
AC/HEAT PUMP Systems COMPUTER REPAIR $45
Clearance on all 10-12 Studio Sound Equipment, *Flat rate Not per hour*
seer split systems, new all must go. $2500..Cus- ISORM: Mion-Sat 10 to 7.
in box with factory tom casket for mixing 14918 North Florida Ave
warranty @ wholesale board. $800. (813) 264-0408
prices. sample: Split 813-601-0767;935-6863 COMPUTER REPAIR $45
2ton$726 3ton $825 COMPUTER REPAIR $4
4ton 1055,FreeDelivery 4n1 Medical *Flat rate Not per hour*
aIf W 7 ,O8 Equip. ISORM: Mon-Sat 10 to 7.
352-302-2879 I Equip. 14918 North Florida Ave
Summer Special! A/C Amps, DJEquip, Speakers (813) 264-0408
new in box. 5 yr Fact Wireless Mics, Lighting, mputers$299 up
WarrtyAll Homes, Siz- Best Rental Selection in C IpUiers 19 U
es: M.Homes, 2-ton Bay Area. Ask about our Monitors$59&up
$910, 2/2 -ton $960,* 3- do it yourself DJ pkg. WE BUY, SELL TRADE,
ton$1005-3V/2-ton$1070 Beamworks Inc. Rentals UPGRADE& REPAIR
Prof. Install Lic RMOO- &Sales.(813)855-0709 www.pc-tampa.com
31291 813/453-9033 beamworksinc.com 813-639-0211
NEW ** S/DENT Estate Sale Jet2 Scooter, Laptop Below Whole$ale
RECONDITIONED UNITS barely used, $1300 obo. Dell,Compaq, Toshiba
You Deserve the Best Electric lift chair, $350 Unlimited Wireless Net
Prices, Service & In- obo. Electric bed, $250 New/Used. Starting $299
stalls. We Do ltRightThe obo. Addt'l misc other CALL813-468-5278
FirstTime! #RA0039944 healthcare items. Call www.buzztech.net
REMINGTON AIR971-2206 Fred: 813-495-3591 You'll find value buysad-
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2 Equipment Supplies


Pressure Washer Start
your own business. 500
gal tank, extra hoses,
w/trailer. $2500/$1800.
813-854-5611
Restaurant/
4 Hotel Equip
HOBART Mixers, Glass
Door Coolers Grills.
Stoves, Pizza Ovens, &
walk-in coolers. Call
727-581-9293
HOOD 14' S/S w/ansul
system, lights, grill &
make up air, brand new
$4500; double deck chi-
nese wok $500; 3 door
reach in cooler $1600; 1
dr reach in cooler $950
813-810-2505
ICE MACHINE, Holiday 1
ton/24hrs $3800; 6'fish
display case McRay $500;
Small Disllay freezer
$250, Lava Rock Gas Grill
$275.813-601-4493
MEAT CASES, PRODUCE
CASES DELI CASES
WALK-IN COOLERS. Call
727-581-9293
PIZZA Restaurant equip-
ment, everything you
need to start up $6,500.
Call for details
228-249-1318
PRESSURE WASHER, hot
water, Hotsy, 260 de-
grees, runs on diesel,
exc cond. Paid $2,500.
$1,700 813-877-7342
Store
435 Fixtures-
Equipment

DISPLAY CASES,
USED CLOTHES RACKS
SHELVES, COUNTERS.
'WHSE FULL 813-886-8400
Displays & Fixtures,
ARTSIPHARTSI
2717W. Kennedy Blvd.
Tampa FL 33609
Call* 813-348-4838
44i Builder's
440 Supplies

I 1& 2 American Oak
Flooring Wholesale
from the Original Guy
who started in this sec-
tion. I buy flooring from
all over the world no
Middleman. I have more
products in stock than
anyone that will sell to
the public. Containers of
Wood, Laminate, Ce-
ramic starting at .99 sf.
Come where the build-
ers & savvy buyers buy
flooring 1-813-918-2737
www.yeagerflooring.com
We also do expert Sand
& Finish work for your
worn out old looking
floor, Call us and we'll
come right over to mea-
sure and make plans to
fill your needs. Yeager's
Nobody beats our qual-
ity or service let alone
our price.
All Metals Roofing,
Standing Seam, roof
pkg, Galvalume-Plus,
nap-Lock Panels. Easy
to install Visa/MC
accepted. 813-224-9060
CABINETS
Brand Names
KRAFTMAID, QUALITY
Wholesale Prices
Do It Yourself
Or We Design & Install
813-716-1966
CABINETS, Kraftmaid,
shipped direct to your
home, wholesale prices,
Lifetime warranty.
813-657-7778

FLOORING
Prefinished oak, still in
boxes, 2308sf. @ $2.25/sf.
Will split, 813-318-9056
The KeyTo SAVINGS Start
Here in Classified!


FLOORING
Vertical Grain Bamboo
flooring, $2.59/sqft.
813-494-6544
Granite Custom Counter-
tops: all sizes & colors.
High Quality, Great Ser-
vice, Low Prices.
727-741-5500
Lumber for Sale: Rough
cut yellow pine. 11,000
board feet now avail.
Exc for building and
fencing. 2"x8" 2"x6"
2"x10" 2"x4" 1"x6" 1"x4"
8to 16' long 813-634-1963
METAL ROOFING SAVE
$$$ Buy Direct From
Manufacturer. 20 colors
in stock with all Accesso-
ries. Quick turn around!
Delivery Available. Toll
Free (888)393-0335.

* MEXICANTILE*
ALLSIZES
FINISHED and RAW
*813-884-6127 *
WEED out your old lawn
mower with an ad in
class 460!
Plantation Shutters Fac-
tory Direct, $19.95/sf,
installed. We come to
you to measure and
show samples. 10 Days
from selection to instal-
lation. 25 year Warranty!
Financing Available.
a 813-918-2737M
1 Patio & Deck
441 Supplies
Concrete Pavers 2nds
from manufacturer
low price, Brooksville
call Sonyaat
1W 352-799-7933 www.
flagstonepavers.com
Driveway Pavers, 2"
thick, 5000 at 20 cents
each, will split.
Call 813-478-2384

444 Sheds&
44 Carport





24x24x9 $9,500
24x30x9 11,800
Both are enclosed
Concrete slabs, 36" door
& 2 7x8 garage doors inst
Other sizes avail
813-788-3501 713-2333
STEEL BUILDINGS: FAC-
TORY DIRECT! Liquida-
tion Sale.
25x32-$3,950, 30x42-
$5,100
40x68-$ b,700
50x14-$18900, Call
1(877)728-4807'
CLASSIFIED
WORKS!
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
installed; Buildings/
Sheds from $1,925. Al-
most Any Size Available
813-299-4790* 681-5468
8x10 Shed, by Superior
Sheds 4ft dr8.5 f peak,
tan. $1600 at Home De-
pot, sacrifice $850
813-571-2354,300-6078
1445 Tools
SHOPSMITH MARK V
new w/acc. $2,500 (813)
267-0162
Shopsmith 4-in-l1
upgraded wall
accessories & manuals
$1995 cash.
813-920-1627
,Q Machinery &
449 Heavy Equip.

Forklift-Tampa Forklift
since 1974. Parts Svc.
Rentals, NewUsed
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251


e - Tampa- 8424 Sheldon Rd. Valrico -1971 S.R. 60
W N i X Tampa -8702 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Valrico 3236 Lithia -Pinecrest Rd.
Tampa 4479 Gandy Blvd. Wesley Chapel 5351 Village Market
Amelca' S marker Tampa 5715 Gunn Hwy. Zephyrhills 36348 S.R. 54
Tampa 2540 Bearss Ave. Seffner 725 N. Gr: e1: -ir
Apollo Beach 6188 U.S. 41 Tampa 8438 N. Armenia Ave.
Brandon -1945 W. Lumsden Ave. Tampa- 7851 Palm River Rd.
Brandon 179 Bloomingdale Ave. Thonotosassa 9535 E Fowler Rd.
Sun City Center 4445 Sun City Cir. Lutz 18407 U.S. 41 CarSe
Riverview 9822 U.S. 301 Lutz 2126 C,:, .r S*. eS=
I I


449Machinery & 45 Health
Heavy Equip. 1 1Products
FORKLIFTS-Ringlift has HEALTHCARE for
"As Is" to fully second. $59.93/month!!! NEW
Stop and see why we LOW PRICE! For entire
give thebest value in re- Family! Prescriptions,
cond. forklifts in the Dental, Vision, Hospital-
state. Huge inventory, ization, more! Pre-exist-
1401 US Hwy. 301 N.Tpa. ing conditions OK! Call
Larry, 813-620-1337. P.S. Family Healthcare!
Generator-200KW Detroit (800)531-2630 sc. W1034
diesel set, new parts, 3 FREE GLUCOSE METER!
phase, 480V, 60HZ, base DIABETICS Get your
enclosure & muffler, supplies by mail! FREE
runs all day. FOB Bra- SHIPPING! ALL MAJOR
denton. New $28K sell BRANDS!MOSTPEOPLE
$6K. Call 888-231-7500. with Medicare/Insurance
LATHE- 26x120 4 in- PAY NOTHING! CALL
LATHE- 26x120 4" Spin- 1-800-337-4144
die. VERT. MLL-10xS 1-800-337-4144
table w/VRO & power Power
feed. Other equip too! 460 Mowers
813-685-0341/230-5637 Mowers
Pump, Honda WMP20X Lawn Mower, Murray,
220 gal/minutes,2hrs of 10HP w/grass catcher.
use, hose & reducers, Runs great 10 yrs old.
like new $450. $400.813-681-8692
909-800-0311
STUMP GRINDER, Rayco LAWNMOWER-SNAPPER
Super Junior 1625, pur- 36in walk behind, like
chased Dec. '01 600 new, less than 50 hrs.
hours, great shape, $2000. Call 813-651-3990
$8000(727)585-7900

4501 Sporting Riding Mower.
Goods Craftsman 18.5, 46in cut,
2002, $700.813-982-0019
BASEBALL/SOFTBALL or813-365-0541
Pitching Machine. Up to
60 MPH Curves, Sliders, Toro Pro Line 52" cut,
$595. Baseball Batting powered by Kohler
cage Nylon net. for 18HP, Deck in excellent
12x70 Cage. $460. shape well maintained
1 404-467-4313 B $2,100 obo 727-688-7620
BIG HORN GUN SAFE 813-657-3070
24cf, 22 Long Guns 50 CRANKS&CAMS
min.@ 1200 deg. 7001bs. 3322 Lithia Pinecrest
$799 Tpa Safe Exchange Comm. Mower Repairs
303 W Waters 935.9800 Valrico, 813-657-3070
Bushmaster N4A3 $9 49. 1465 I Lawn & Grdn
.32 &'.380. Vector AK47 BAHIA or Floratam Sod
$499.D.Wesson.44mag delivered and set on
port $379.813-685-2612 site. Larkin Turf Dade
Fishing Penn City. 352-567-6989
Internationals, 10 for
sale. Smaller sizes with A Dock Full of Deals in the
rods. All like new cond. Boating Classifications
352-621-6959302-1358 everyday!
GUN Carry Permit Class FOUNTAIN Beautiful 5 tier
$35. New small hand- oyster-gray aluminum
guns, lifetime warranty. fountain w/base,$1,000
$195-$525 Call before 7:30PM.
813-210-GUNS(4867) (941)322-0157
GUN SALE-NEW FREE HORSE MANURE!
9mm $129.99 Great For Gardens!
45$159.99 38Spl$199 YOU HAUL
Gun Transfers $25 Local delivery available.
Sams 813.931.8498Tpa 813-661-1096
Crown 788-2520 Zhills GROW Lamp, 1000 watts,
GUNS Limited Qty new in box. Great condition.
Robinson & VEPRs, Cals. $300.813-681-8692
545X39,223,762X39,308
$545 to $999. Lwy NOW
813-210-GUNS (4867 Nurseries
HUNT CLUB Deer&Ho'g 1469 NuTserees/
only 3000ac,1.5hr nortf Trees
of Tampa 1250/mem
(352)351-19 9,(352)671- CHEAP LADIES
S2800 Nites(352)208- LADY PALMS
3156,(352)843-8993 7 gal. (3-4 ft) $32
15 (4-6f)$75
HUNT CLUB Green Top 727-542-8362
2015 acres, southern Lic.#47226432 Email:
zone. Membership $700 palmgirlfla@aol.com
Dublin.GA
f* 404-433-17342 KNIGHTS NURSERY
Hunting Lease, N Fla Azalea, Crape Myrtle,
Hamiton Co., 5700 Bamboo, Brunsfelsia,
acres, deer & turkey, Day Lilies, Tibouchina,
still hunt only, need a Fi Boxwood, Crotons,
few new members. $850 Viburnum, Bottle Brush
Call 813-363-7809 and Much More Airport
Paintball Gun Tippman A- Rd,PlSntCity.752-776
5, great condition incI: #04710685
remote line, mask pack, LIOUIDATION -13000 Live
4 Po'ds, 3 C02 tanks., aks available 1 gallon
Great Deal $300 $1 each, $200 minimum
(813)220-7814 #47231588 Lakeland
Cell 863-602-1149
POOL TABLE $1250 LIVE OAKS,
4'x8' Pro Series, solid 45 GAL 4" CAL, 14'..$75
wood, 1" slate, leather 25GAL, 3" CAL, 12'..$50
pockets, K-66 rails, Ball 15GAL 2" CAL 8' .$25
and Claw feet, Worth 5K. 748-8641 Reg #47220672
Lifetime warranty. 7 ,4* ***
Candeliver & set-up. -Troicals
813-477-9019 Mango Avacado*
SGuava Lychee*
POOL TABLE, 4x8 Leisure *** Palms ***
Bay, Ithr pockets, *Adonidia*Travelers*
clawfoot legs, custom *Triangle*Spindle
cover, good cond. $800 "Bismark Foxtail *
or make offer. Call #4722415 813-884-1927
Gloria at 813-632-2316 SpotAdvertising Works
Pool Table 4x8 YARD FRUITTREES
Pro Series 1" Tournament 90 Varieties: Lemon-Lime
slate, K66, 100% gum Orange-Tangerine-Fig
rubber rails, diamond Pummelo-Persimmon
sights, carved cabinet, FI.Peach-Plum-Nect.
new in box, never used. All Sizes$15to$50
Cost $3200, sell $1250. Crepe Myrtles all sizes
Can deliver. 3 for$20 -Up to $50 each
813-293-7621 813-752-4938 #47216934
Pool Table In box, all 14801 Dg I
equipment, choice American Bulldog Pups,
cloth. Wholesale $995, all shots hlth cert. male
7' $1095 8'. Robertson weighs l151bs, parents
Billiards.813-229-2778 on premises. $500.
RODS & REELS, 60+ spin- 813-786-6545
ning combo's rod & reel, AMERICAN STAFFORD
some new, some not SHIRE TERRIERS AKC
R e a s o n a b I e reg Puppies & Adults,
813-677-0441 PrvtSale M/ all colors $400-
$500 352-475-5050
WANTED AUSTRAILIUAN Shepherds
....... NKC reg, tri reds & bri
GUNS, OLD FISHING blacks 8 wks, June
LURES' UCK DECOYS 9th.- 350-$400 (863)
AND OLD COINS. 701-7647/863-425-6815
863-667-0966 or visit us
Exercise www.bcranch.net
451 Equipnent BASSET HOUND PUPS
I Equipme I tshots,2 Females,
Schwinn Elliptical (418) I 1 Male. Parents on
BradNew $ .bo premises. $300 Firm.
sed once. $70 o 813-643-7210
Exc.Cond! BEAGLE PUPPIES-AKC
813-361-5235/779-1521. DNA profiled, nice & fa
I ... Iwith health certificates
M Health Call (863) 967-5610 or
4 Products 863-289-0124
D..idau er a HE iBICHON, AKC, charmp
Anack,S.tr..'e,Cl ot .r ra sed, crate & portty
Heart Surgery while rainigtaki
CELEBXRE OR BEXTPA 700 & u 813 K4-3944
Your claim may be BICHON Pups AKC,
worth $250,000- Champ line Hih cert'
Calltoll-free home raised, vet
1-877-833-0926 checked 1st shots
(24 hours) 813-973-8834 .


1480 I Dogs
BOXER PUPPIES ready
5/22. Father 100+ Ibs.
Fawn flashy & White
pups avail. $200-$550.
813-846-2776
BOXER PUPS, AKC,
Fawn w/flash, large
Taking Deposits
READY FATHERS DAY!
$600-$650 -813-884-8557
BULLMASTIFF PUPPIES- 2
Males, 2 Females,
$1200/$1500 firm.
Taking dep. Will be ready
JulySth! 813-601-1525.
CAIRN TERRIER (Toto)
AKC, Heath Certs, 4 Fe-
males, 8 weeks, Parents
on Premises, $550.
I 813-659-22741
Cavalier New $1100
Pups Great Prices
MinPin Pug $200. Shiba
Cavalier $400. Maltese,
Cocker $650
TvNew BabiesVy
Yorkies, Cocpoo,
Maltepoo, Boxer, Shih
Tzu & more. OUr pups
come to us direct from
their breeders home.
3 yr wrnty, shots, CC
accepted, Closed
Sunday. 813-653-4384,
4385 Links Paw Tr.
Valrico, Lic # P05-077909
CHIHUAHUA CKC reg. 8
wks old, small smooth
coats HC, 1st shots,
M's $400; F-s $450.
(863) 648-2345
CHINESE CRESTED AKC,
8wks, puppies hairless
& puff. F& 2 M. HC
$500-$800 Please call af-
ter 4 pm. (863) 646-4716
Chinese Sharpei Puppies-
Put a new wrinkle in
your life! AKC registered,
vet"y health certificate.
3 Males and 1 Female.
$800 & up. 813-929-0465.
CHOW MIX Abandon
male, 2.5 years old, have
kept him past few
months. Has had all his
shots, neutered &
microchipped. Needs
commitment (lots of
fenced room to roam),
sweet family dog and
loves kids but not other
dogs, ok with cats. Only
to loving owner, $40.
813-662-6811
COLLIES CKC-Registered
sable/white, lst/2nd
shots, health certs.,
ready to go, $300 ea.
813-662-3181/215-7902
CORGI PEMBROKE AKC
Puppies, Female Adults.
Taking puppy deposits.
C. Cards OK (352)
523-1360 813-299-1626
CORGI PUPS AKC
Shot s & health certifi-


14801 Dogs I

IRISH WOLFHOUND
Pups, 9 wks, Registered &
ready to go.POP.
9 727-869-4742 3
JACK RUSSELL, female, 4
yrs old, great pet. Vet
chkd. IncI crate bowls
toys & food, microchpd
$250.813-494-3814
JACK RUSSELL Terrier, 5
mo old, shots, paper
trained, raised with
kids, Female, Cute &
Smart $450813-215-5508
LAB. Puppies AKC All yel-
low, HC, 1st shots, POP
& grandparents on site,
Champ line, paper train,
$500 352-528-4155
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
wormed, vet cert. Block
head, champ. bkgrd.
Pedigrees. Parents/
grandparents on site.
500 352-307-0772
LABRADOODLE PUPS
BEAUTIFUL. READY
NOW. All colors M&F
$500 (386)364-8345

LABRADOR puppies, AKC,
Champ bloo lines gor-
geous, Black, Cham-
pagne & Yellow. Ready
6/23. $550.813-973-0705

Labrador Puppies
3 beautiful Black females,
AKC cert health recs,
$350. Calf813-829-6389
MALTESE, AKC reg, toy,
beautiful, teddy bear
faces, parents are show
dogs, 2-F $1500ea 1-M
$1200,813-385-1125
PIT BULL female, oup, 10
wks, solid wht/brindle
eye patch, exc tempera-
ment, all shots, must
see $375 813-334-0273
PIT BULL Pups, 100b sire,
651b dam, for prot &
family comp only, NO
FIGHTING! Only 2 left
$400 obo 813-927-4235
POMERANIAN PUP
CKC $600,9 wks old.
1 female left 813-641-3941
Pomeranians Puppies,
CKC. Red Sable, Black &
Tan, hlth certs shots.
Taking dep. $475 Male.
$500 Fern. 352-793-4204
POODLE PUPPIES, Pure
Breed. Toys & Minis.
Black. Health Cert
$350/F $200-$250/M
863-712-4667
PRESA CANARIO,
Champion bloodline
farm raised, excellent
temperment
417-880-6665


cates, 8 wks, $350, $400 al
or $450. Stud service P pieS 4 Sale
avail. Call 813-909-0019 Park Ave. Puppy
DACHSCHUNDS Born Lic#P04062440
March 21st Reg AKC 1st P04
shots & HC. POP, short REDBONE HOUND Pup-
hair blk. Ready to Go. pies, born 4/13/05, Exc
$350. (813) 752-2337 hunters & companions
DACHSHUND PUPPIES from proven stock.
Due in 1 week.
$450. ROTTWEILER Pups, Sire
Call to Reserve Son of World Ch. Bronco
850-240-3808 OD DRAVEGICA, Lrg sq
DAC HUND -Minis heads. Also FalKo/Ger-
DACHSHUNDS- Minis man blid. pups Exc temp.
Dapples & solids, CKC POP Hitcerts,$1000-
registered. Parents on $1510 407-415-5833
site. 813-833-1995 407-415-5837
DOBERMAN AKC Females Rottwellers 3 Adorable.
2 red/fawn, ears done & 2 Males, 1 Female 1.5
standing, shots up to years old, $700 each. If
date,9mosold,$650ea. ,you are interested
serious only. (813) please cal1813-493-166d
884-2272. PO# 4-041580
SCHNAUZER's Mini Pups
English Bulldog 12 Pup- AKC & APR reg. White i
ies, AKC reg, Fawn & black $650- $750. Tail,
Wht, all snots 63 cam dew claw & vet Ready
blood Ine. Born on 5/1. 6/4 taking deposits
Avail 7/16Takin de of 813-265-2885 239-4301
$500 $2000863-409-6629
EnshBuIld AKCSHELTIE PUPPIES, Mini
Enlih Bulldogpup, AKC, Collies,gorgeous&
Int'l champ lood lines, fantastic family pets.
parents on premises, Raised with Love.
White Male Ready Now. $450-$500352-79-1551
$2000* 352-797-6344. $450-$500352-793-1551
FILA BRASILEIRO SHIHTZU PUPS, 4 wks old,
SIFF, ultimate AKC cert, taking dep.
MASTIFF, ultimate BIk/Wht & Brn/Wht.
guard & family dog. Parents on site.
unler h oot. raised $400-$500.813-363-4097
on-site. $500-$1200. Wire Hair Fox Terriers,
727-441-9758 Iv msg AKC rare cute, smart.
FOX TERRIER 7 mo's fe -Li TLifeddy Bears, non-
shed. Vet '- guarn.
male housetrained$300 Cas h $750-$1100.
us all supplies 727-754-0281.
SYORKIE V AKC Fern 1
yr old "Crosswands", ex-
GERMAN SHEPHERD, excellent quaint, 8 Ibs,
AKC, Bi Boned Pups serious inquiries. $6500.
Adults, ich Colors & 423420-6580/920-1246
Blacks, family oriented. 423420-6580/920-1246
$650&up (941)8-6242 YORKIE PUPPIES
GERMAN SHEPPERDS, AKC, females, 1st shots
Pups AKC Reg, Health adorable, ready now!
Cert., 7-BIk & 3-Silver, $6 adralh. 813e994- read956now!
Pure Breed Taking De $650 ea
Parents AKC Reg. & BFIk YOR1 E PUPS, Blue/Gold,
$500-$800,813-996-4645 8 wks hlth certs/shots
POP,750 seepics www.
GOLDEN DOODLE PUPS dailingfordofars.com
2 gorgeous males, al
$L2. each, all shots 9 Cl81-5-2797
vet ckd, ready now! Call YORKIE Pups, Cute & Ti-
941-925-7240 ny, AKC Champion
,e Blood line, Veb/ 1st
Gldeod Pu~ppies. Shots, Hlt CertsS500
R ea 11.dy Reg. 06 Reg & Up.Cash8-659-2977
Delivery to Tampa 1 I pc.
$975. Cocapoos75. YORIIEPUPS, regisM & F,
wwwcockaoopals.com 2 vet shots, HC, house
(417)652-7869 raised. Beautiful! $700 &
SGOLDENDOODLES up. 813-643-1458,
3 blackmales, 1 blackfe- 1"431"13
male, 12wks old, deliv- YORKIES 3 males CKC,
ey 5/31. $600. hlth certs, taking dep.
423-420-6580/920-1246 Ti ups. Ready to
Great Pyrenees look a 813-780-9030 vrms p
like, Maremma Female,
12 wks, all white, live YORKIES ages 5rms and
stock& property guard- under,$450-.
ian. $600 813-732-6263 Also MALTESE Pups
betsata'acun.com Cash
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14801 Dogs 499 1 Garage, Yard 1525Horses
Y SMales to Sales, Etc. 525 vestock
6mos.lstshots HC. EAST THONOTOSASSA Chestnut Mare 4 yr old,
Pretty, Pretty $500-$750 Baptist Church. Corner perfect confirmation'
Days 863/648-2345/ Knights Griffen Rd & grandfather Rugged
Eves 863/512-0027 Mcfntosh. Youth Yard Lark, 3 world champi-
Sale! Furn, Appli, Elec- ons, all papers & blood-
ADORABLE tronics & MUCH MORE! lines available. $10,000.
Sat June 4th.7-2pm 813-486-2400.
PUPPYSALE Multi Family Yard sale, Free Horse if boarded
d t n mend's' women's with us! Full board;
children's clothes, all $250/mo. Horses rented
sizes and household $15/hr, $25/day Call
items. 1402 Orange now 813-649-1126 www.
Moss Ct. Subdivision suncitystables.com
ASelectionofMoreThan beitddBiLots.Satonly QUARTER HORSE/PAINT
June 4th Bam-lpm 8 yo, professionally
50 PUPPIES PLANTCITY,2613 Spruce- trane, healthy,
Beagle, Bichon Boxer, wood Lane, HUGE Multi- trail/arena, loads, clips.
Chihuahua, Dacnshund, Family Sale, Saturday, $3,000 Firm.
Lab, Pomeranian, Poodle, June 4th, 8:00 to 3:00. (813) 968-7662
Pug, ShihTzu, Husky, DON'T MISSTHISONE.
SilRy, Westie,Yorkie, Great Treasures! Large herds of blk Angus,
plus many, many more (Too numerous to list). blk/wht face & Brangus
cows divided in 2 sepa-
All Puppies Come With: / rate herds. Also blk An-
.1 Yr Health Warranty gus bulls. 850-510-4854
*Free Vet Visit or 229-246-1819
*Free Training DVD WANTED!! Horses
F100% Financing Avail. ponies, tack, trailers &



ture, Bedding, Applianc- cross bred cows, calving
es Toys aland Tama nd MUCH now, Take one or al
Petland Tampa MUCH MORE. $750 each
7699 W. Waters Ave. PLANT CITY-3406 Silver- Call 352-494-9404
813-249-8700 stone Court, June 3 & 4, WANTED: GOATS SHEEP,
M-F-9at-9Sun-7 from 8a-12noon. Ladies LAMAS & CALE. TOP
Visa Mc Amex Discover clothes size 12, house- PRICES PAID. GOOD
Visa, M, mex Discover hold items, dishes bed- HOME. CALL CINDY
F 40702i13 spread set & more! NOW 813-649-1126

4811 Cats | PLANTCITY4FamilySale, ARABS (2), one paint po-
Fr Sat 6/3 & 4, am-2. ny, one Morgan QH
4109 Tanner Rd. (off SR cross $2 500 each
BIRMAN kittens CFA, very 92)Office & Bedrmfurn, lease ca Lindsey at
loving, 12 weeks old, Flush topper for GMCL 813-997-5394
Austrailian line. $50d clothes, household 813-9 -539 4O
Call 941-377-2255 items. Too much to list. Bay Quarter Horse geld-
All mustgo! ing, child or beg. safe.
SC A $1800. AQHA Pal colt.
S Kittens & Catsy PLA CITY, FIRST BAP- e bloodlines. $2000
Free to good home. Spay- TIST CHURCH YARD obo. Caln813-986-6909
cines (813) 963-6612 Rd, Fri June 3rd AM- ARABIAN MARE, 12 yrs,
4PM& Sat, Jun4th7AM- great bloodlines. Per-
KIENS & CATS GALORE 3PM. Sleto benefit the fet for intermediate
Aet srze/FlnetchoAvrs. College Mission to Peru youth rider. $1200 firm
Petsmart/Fletcher Ave. F 813-997-5394
Sat.&Sun.12-4. Through making waves?eo
Animal Friends Society. Place a classified ad & HORSES
letsailors get wind of 2 Quarter, for sale, broke
MNE Coon Cat, Beau- your boat! for trail riin $1,000.00
tiful Shaded silver, CFA, each 813-486-5832
Spayed, Needs loving PLANT CITY Fri&Sat eac. b i n $2000
Home, Fantastic Pet, 3801 W. Thonotosassa COW BRANGUS Two year
$100813-654-0066 Rd. 7a-? Baby & Child- old $650
Per t a/-himla pa Kit- ren's Toys, Clothes & 813-759-2883
Persian/Himalayan Kit- other Misc Items!
tens- CFA high quality, I Pastures&
shots hlth certs blue PLANTCITYMoving & 526 talls
red, Seal Pt $350-$450i Estate Sale, Fri & Sat 6/3 i Stalls
CASH 813-991-7130. &4, 8am-1.1211W.
Terrace Dr. Furn, collect- Plant City / Lkid Area Full
PERSIAN kittens, CFA ibles kitchenware board, full service facili-
quality, gorgeous, clothes & more ty, friendly, clean, best
shaded str;tabbies sivr care, grass turnout.
& wht& choc& gold. HC, PLANT CITY Multi Family, $250 'mt 63-...-50.7.
1st shots. $250 ea. M or Sat 6/4.8-2.4707 Breeze
$280 ea. F. Cash only. Dr. NO EARLY BIRDS 550-599
Taking Dep. Ready 6/i1 PLEASE
Call 863/646-5296 500-54 Recreation
SIAMESE KITTENS 1 M I
Seal P, 2 F ChocPt Farmer's Market Motor Homes
Read$350. 17t shots/hlthMay. $275- V's
cert. Both Parents CFA N I Fruits & 56 ll
regd. (813) 571-3796 500 r21Xlorer, 00 B. 14K mi,
i | ,v : Vegetables ful bath &kitchen, gen
482 Birds BLACK-EYEDP air, fact dual wheels all
COCKATOO-Moluccan 1 U-PICK,Plant City 941-730-6P933
r old hand fed, must 813-67-1758 26' 2003 Gulfstream
ave attention. With BLUEBERRES You Pick, 12K Mi, 454 GM work-
tlarge cobalt blue cage. Garrison Farms. Fri horse Fully equipped,
$1800 OBO 352-523-063o7 Sun. All day! Weekdays Like New $40,000
EXOTIC BIRDSHOWSALE after 4pm. Jaudon Rd, 813-780-8295
May 22nd 9am to 4 m Dover. 13-685-8273 26' ITACA 1989 W/LOW
Venice Masonic Loege Tomatoes U Pick. MILES 30K miles. Good
118 E. Venice Ave Frank Diehl Farms. shape in/out. Newly
Bounce House and Gift- Leonard Lee Rd. & Hwy inst. trailer hitch.Sleeps
1st 100 AdultsKids $1 & 674 at Airort. 6. $13K (813) 299-5939
Adults 3(941) 232-2668 Monday thru Saturday.
I 4831Exotic I 813-634-7123 634-5455 32 1990 Gulf Stream Sun
cert.3 Eoth P A I Fi & Sport series. Less then
481 iU pick Tomatoes, 25k mi, new tires, 454
Bengal Leopard Cats $450 Artesian Farms Rusin. Ford ng. Auto levelers
ea. Eclectus Parrot Hwy 674 @ 30th Street $8998 [3.t8-2852
babies $900 ea. SE, behind KFC. Open
Sugargliders$100ea 7/wk8am-pm. 34' 1995 Bournder Ver
/wkam m 4 Rd ni:e c'rdiron. loaded.
oDo.a 63-607-9 Spot Advertising Works call for details.
484 Misc PetsL Black EyedPeas, U-Pick, $25,500 0 B
484 Services Schofield Farms, 1-4, exit 858-204-6482
14, McIntosh Rd. Go 34' MOTORHOME, 89
Aquarium, 150 gallon South, 1 m. to 13145 Pace Arrow Class A, ex-
saltwater, live rock, Tom Gallagher Rd. cellent condition, fully
wood cabinet, gravel Closed Saturday noon equipped. Non-smok-
vac, extra pump. $900 until Monday 6:30am. in 85,000 miles.
obo 752-596 *967-4400 Cantaloupe avail. $19,999.941-377-7414.
BIRD CAGES 15101 Farm Equip. 35I LTA sT,4
wrought iron, various FARM Tractor Ford 4610, Diesel, 2slideouts, gener-
sizes starting at $100 & HP, grader blade, ator6447, warranty.
4981 Estate Sales condo. $500 obo for all 36' 1999 GeorgieBoy,

CORKFri&Sat6/3&4 8-1 JOHN DEERE 04, tractor, slideout,28k, nonsmok-
Car furn electronics 790 4 wheel drive, 32 ers, satellite, exc cond
tools, linens clothes' hours $10,000 OBO. $72k obo. 813-685-1453.
unique items. Every- 727-234-3431 36'2001 Damon Intruder,
thing goes! Branch p rHorses & 2slidelouts, fullyeloaded
Forbes Rd N to MileyW 525 e 33K miles leather seats,
to 4414 Strauss Rd. I Livestock 2-TV's, VCR, Triton V10
ThE GIRLS gas engine, $55,000.
ETHATEGILS Quarter Horse-$500, 1-800-848-1722
June3&4M8am-3 All idsaf 30 morel 36' BEAVER Monterey
1206VitonaStreet Will finance anyone. $0 1997 CAT Diesel, sleeps
P tangtity dn, 100/mo. Many 4,fully ioaded.exccond,
., oestxta .ng beautiful paints! Wila 48700 mi.$6,00iobo.
neo-e-forsa:7.4e C trade & rent $15/hr, 352-597-8788
$25/da Call now1: 37 HR ENDEVOR LE, new
813-505-9790 813-64-1126 www. tiresW en,2C3
SGarage, Yard MARES Two 7y/o APHA ConanOajacks, more
reg. solid blk & beautiful $34.5K. 909-800-0311
Cork 3610 N. Forbes Rd. $2300; 1 reg bik w/wht 37FT. 2001 Tradewinds,
Thur/Fri, 6/2-3. G star & 2D sox 3kGood slide out, W/D, leather
GCr f elecats, barrels, homes rel'd/Exp rid- furniture, ceramic tile,
tires, sm. tractor w/ ers/ShotsUiT Corian counters, diesel
sprayer, tools, men/ (813)996-0771 generator, excellent
wonen teen dotBes. POLE BARNS, Garages, condition!$83,500.
Sale iNde & oit! workshops, horse barns Includes 1000 FREE fuel!
DOVER, Fri, 6/3. 8am-? *20x20x9 S2,600 Call 941-379-3345.
5104W.TrapnellRd. Mi- *20x30x9 $4,200 39', 2004 Winnebago Ad-
crowave, VCR. furn, *24x24x 032- venture, 140r mi,
clothes, toys, etc. 24x40x9 A 6020 vehpt work horse H.D
Other Sizes Available rhapisw f hll s IOae.
DOVER Multi Family Fri & 813-713-2333 788-3501 s 99 u 352-854-7279aed.
Lndey &L4.8offH- TRAILER 2001 FEATHER- 4 1996 BEAVER MAR-
92). Tools, appls, furn, LTE 3 horse gooseneck UiS Diesel pusher,
antiques & more. all aluminum inl. ,fu Great condition
e rafloors; w/ramp, hay 7M 6399849
Tiredof thesame "old" rack, dressing rrm, nice
thing? Sell your antiques condition. $11,900 (813) Youl find value buys ad-
witn an adin class 402. 299-6190 vertised in classified


56 I Motor Homes
50 RV's
40' Alpine 99 Coach pur-
chased new in 2001.
Wrrty til 2006. Too many
options to list $124,500.
Call 941-355-1403 Email:
louistrudel@comcast.net
40' Monoco Exec. diesel
usher, loaded, 2 slides,
take over payments, no
credit check! Many
other Coaches avail.
Call 1-877-643-0405
888-Bates RV Nearly 600
Airstream Jayco *
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tampa.
MOTORHOME 2004
FLEETWOOD 32' Terra
superslide. Like New!
Only 6600 miles. Fully
Loaded. $67,000
(909) 938-2870
DIESEL Endeavor, Fully
Warranted 2001 www.
WizBizSolutions.com
Pat (239) 464-7318
1m Campers &
562 Travel Trirs

20' 1999 Popup Flagstaff
Model 2065T, very good
cond, weiqth 1532 Ibs,
average retail $3260,
1st $2700 takes it. Call
813-752-5288
25' Wilderness TT 2000,
Sleeps 6, self contained,
CHA, Stereo, Micro
loaded like new, Must
Sell $6,950 813-65b-9345
27' Sunline 1999 RV
Camper, excellent con-
dition, custom design,
sleeps 8. $12,000 firm.
813-782-8654.
CLASSIFIED
WORKS!
31' 1998 Jayco Eagle 5th
wheel Lg Kitch, Lg slide,
n bed, Huge storage.
Reduced to $10,995
(813)949-6015
32' 2001 Fleetwood 5th
wheel 3 slides & awning
27"TV& Stereo
$20,900 obo, Truck Avail
813-633-6786
35'DUTCHMAN
1991, AC, big brand new
awning, $5,500. Call
813-810-1121
1 Rv
563 Accessories

TOW DOLLY
NearNew$695
1-727-863-5724

4 Recreational
564 Rental

COLEMAN POPUP
CAMPERS available for
rent. A/C, sink, stove,
frig. For reservations
call Lynn 813-546-1827
5651 RV Storage

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
CLASSIFIED WORKS

580 Pools & Spas

Above ground pool instal-
lation, replacement lin-
ers, in ground repairs,
low rates all work guar-
anteed. 813-995-9484
I MOVE ANY SPA
24/7
813-625-0165
SPA, 2001 Blue Diamond
w/top, low hrs. stored in
garage, have orig
receipt $2650, $995 obo.
813-886-4025 728-5718
SPA/HOT TUB, like new, 5
pers,24" cabinet,
digital LED, loaded,
Must sell! Si,495. Call
813-426-2894
SPA! Must Sell! 7-person
Deluxe. Never used. In-
cludes cover, will deliver.
Full Warranty. Can fi-
nance W.A.C., payments
under $100 per month.
In a hurry. CALL
800-980-7727
Water
1 Vehicles
Honda 2004 Aquatrax F-
12, brand new, 0 hours,
12 mo. fact warranty.
Steal at $8850 incl tax &
title. Also have new 2 or
3 seat turbos avail, new
single or double trailers
avail. Call 813-763-4848
1996 Seadoo XP 787
Runs good. With trailer,
new motor, new battery.
!1,995 Call 813-390-1736
684-6499
ask for Dennis.
SEADOO 1997 GSI & SEA-
DOO 1996 HX w/new hwy
duty TA Mahoney trfr
w/wide tires, Bot VGC
$6400 813-707-8268
Sea Doo 2003 GPX, 3 seat-
er, super charged 25
hrs, garage kept $7800
Single trailer 500 dou-
ble $650.813-610-1837


583 Water
I" I Vehicles
Honda 2003 Turbo Jet Ski,
hvy duty trailer, includes
cover, warranty till
2009. Only 10hrs. S8800.
813-310-1284
2004 Yamaha FX 1100, 4
stroke, high output
Waverunner 50 hrs
warranty with Trailer.
$11,500.813-503-3403
1996 3 cyl JET SKI,
VERY FAST!
With trim. $2500 obo.
813-300-5271
1584 Boats
17' 1982 Mako CC w/1992
120 evinrude, Magic Tilt
Trailer, primarily fresh
water use. $5,595 obo.
Call 813-3960-2902
17' PRO LINE 2005 sport,
center console, fiber-
olass runabout, 90HP
Mercury ob, EZ loader
trir, trolling motor &
depth finder, used only
10hrs, must sell due to
death $12,995 Call Diana
West 863-696-1959
17.5' 1996 FOUR WINNS,
exc cond, great all
around boat, 115HP,
galv trlr, full cover,
$7000 obo. 727-527-9459
17.5' Bayliner 135hp,
wakeboard tower,
trailer & access. Fresh
only. Tampa. $4,900 obo
813 626-0111
18' 2001 Ranger Coman-
che, 200 Mercury EFI mtr
trol mtr, Lowrance elect,
GPS, exc. cond, garaged
$25,500.813-951-0661
19'6"1997MASTERCRAFT
Pro-Star 190 LT1 Cor-
vette eng bimini top,
barefoot/ski boom, cov-
er & CD plyr, 400 hrs.
Very well maintained
w/trailer. $20,500
813-689-9499 or
813-917-5312
20' 1990 Bayliner, C.C. 4.3,
alpha 1, S prop, radios,
bikini top, trir, safety kit,
very nice $4,800 or trade
813-335-5816 886-5584
20' 2002 Proline CC, 150
merc, T-top, head, full
electronics, alum. trr, 3
batt,.1 owner. Pd $31K.
Asking $24K 813-960-0379
20'PROLINE2000 C/C, 150
Mercury Optimax, 90
hrs, T-Tops, electronics
& trir, exc cond. $17,500
Call 813-477-8731
21'6 KEY WEST 2004 BAY
REEF Fac t-top 150 4 stk
Yamaha trim tabs ss
Drop lowrance color
GPS & sonar VHF
hydraul steering
tandem trir. $32K OB
813-238-8465
23' 2004 Grady White 232
GS, Tw Yamaha 150's-
20hrs, full elect., inline
head, windlass, warr thru
2009. $85K. 484-614-7999
27' 1988 Searay 270 DA, T-
260, rebuilt 2002, full
cabin, great boat. $14,500
Day: 813-917-9992 or
Eves: 813-996-4088
27' Cruisers Inc. 1989,
sleeps 6, all apple stand
up head, all elect., new
350hp motor. Good cond.
$8,000 obo. 813-653-1754
28'LUHRS74CLASSIC,11'
beam, twin Ford 362s,
105hrs, new electronics,
canvas & bottom pain
$24,500. (727) 360-4205
29' BAJA, 1995, 290/S0
twin 454 mags, Bravo
drives, fact. AC, silent
choice exh. many extras
$39,900.813-293-2222
RVs: Your Transportation
to Adventures Turn to
Classified when you're
in the marketbuyorsell!


|584 |Bats I
32' TROJAN, fly bridge,
New twin 2003 Sea Max
57 350hp eng, AC, GPS,
VHF, auto pilot, radar,
micro, stove, refrg,
windlass, flat screen :,
$29,900.813-310-1284
33' Trogan Express Cruis-
er, 1987, twin 7.4 engine,
very good condition.
$34,000. Call for appt
813-760-1441
44' Gulfstar trawler yacht
1979 twin 160hp Perkins
new 8kw gen, endcl aft
deck, kept under cover,
5gph @ 8knts. vg cond.
$159,900.813-215-5505
BOATS Several storm
damaged and donated
boats for sale: 18' to 32'
Mike (727) 204-7988
Johnson 28 hp motor 1995
elec. start, wall cables,
$1200 obo. Trailer fits
14'-16' boat $250 obo.
352-276-4139
Largest Volume Pontoon
Dealer in Florida.
CLEARANCE SALE
Nauticstar Bay Boats.
www.donsboating.com
813-677-1300
SEA DOD 2004 RXP S-
CHARGED Black and yel-
low with only 8 f-water
hours. Like new. $9000.
Call Mike @
727-410-5047
585 Boat Slips -
5 Storage

OUTDOOR STORAGE
Serving New Tam pa, 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 sm-Ig boats w/
shore pwr. 813-831-4522
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'n
813-684-9171
i Marine
586 Supplies &
| Repairs
T-TOPS ANODIZED
ALUM with new Canvas.
Customized to fit any
Boat $800. 941-266-0903
www.aqua-shade.com
OUTBOARD ENGINE
REPAIRS. All makes &
models. New Nissans
sold. All boat repairs.
Gibsonton Fl 813.767.5521
600-649
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Bay Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warrarny
Auto/ Boat/ RV
813-926-9994
Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
AUTO MECHANICS TOOL
Box & TOOLS & Test
Equipment. Mostly
Snap-On & Mac tools.
1-352-684-3521
Engines & Transmissions
Used & Rebuilt- 90 days
up to 3yrs warr. M-F9-5.
Mem BBB 813-907-5519
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Brandon 845 E. Bloomingdale Ave.
Brandon 901 W. Brandon Blvd
Land 0' Lakes- 2133 Collier Pkv',v
Lutz -17808 N. Dale Mabry Hw,,
Plant City -102 Henry Ave.
Plant City- 2313 Thonotosassa Pd


I Auto
620 Engines,
I Parts & Misc.
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z. Guaranteed
quality work. Great pric-
es. Honesty & Integrity.
Call Rob 813-610-7887
627 utility
u Trailers
2005 Wells Cargo
enclosed 20' auto trailer
Used once. $5500 OBO
858-204-6482

629 Duty
Chevrolet 1995 Silverado,
extra cab, 4x4, 350 V-8,
cold ac, auto, super
clean. $7500 obo. 4 rims
F150 $300 813-842-9316
CHEVY 1999 S-10, PU
Truck, 4 cyl 5sp, 64K mi
new air, alternator and
tires. $6,750.
813-689-7071 205-2572
CHEVY 1999 S10/T10
155,000 mi, Tan, Pickup,
Auto., 2 WD, 4 Cyl.
$4,200, Must See, Great
Value (813) 363-8151
CHEVY 2001 S-10 Reg
cab, auto, 6-cyl,
Whrt/Grey int, runs &
looks great! 1st $4550
takes it. 727-455-7697
CHEVY 2001 SILVERADO
LS 1500 Ext cab, tow
pkg, 4x4, V8, auto, 25K
miles. $18,000.
813-633-3328
CHEVY 2002 SILVERADO,
V6, auto, cold A/C, Ithr
seats, PS, PB, tool box &
bedliner, 74K miles
$9,500obo 813-717-7659
CHEVY 2003 SILVERADO
Quad cab, Bose
6CD/XM, console, all
opts, tow pkg, 26K mi.
$19,00.813-689-0454
DODGE 1990 Dakota ext'd
cab, tow pkg, ac, cruise,
bedliner, tourneau cover
alloy, 73,300 mi, exc cond
$9,900.352.686.8912
DODGE 1993 DAKOTA
127,000 mi, Green, EXT.
CAB, Auto., 2 WD, 6 Cyl.
$3,295, Super Buy (813)
689-0991
DODGE 1995 DAKOTA
Sport, 80K miles, cold
air, bedliner, red, 4 cyl,
5 spdruns great, $3500
OBO. 727-385-5444
DODGE 2005 PICKUP 1500
1,300. mil Silver, Pickup,
Auto., 2 WD, 8 Cyl.
$28,000, Firm Price
HEMI, Quad CabSLT
Sport, Loaded, 20inch
wheels. (813) 431-2350
FORD 2000 F-150 ext. cab
sport, dual exhaust, bed
liner, tonneau cover,
60K mi. $10,900 obo.
John: 813-433-8557
FORD 2002 HARLEY
Davidson F-150, S-Crew,
30K miles $27,500 obo.
Call 81-241-5229

FORD 2004 F-250, 4x4,
5spd, red, 5.4L, 20K
miles $25,000 or best of-
fer. Please call:
813-748-8061
FORD 2004 F150, super
cab, new body style, un-
der 17K,4.6L V8 XL mod-
el, stereo sys bdlnr,
auto, $21K. 813-382-3159
GMC 2003 SIERRA Crew
Cab HD 2500,4WD, turbo
diesel, .uto, 50K mi., full
warr., allison 6 spd. mint,
Ithr, all opts. $36500 obo.
813-376-5611.988-7770
JEEP 1986 CAMMANCHE
Pick Up, V6, 2.5 Ltr, 5
speed, great work truck,
$1200.727-385-5444

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TOYOTA 1987 P/U, auto,
AC, good cond. $1350.
813-843-3462 *960-2843

Toyota 1999 Tacoma Ex-
tra Cab, Pre-Runner, au-
to, 68K mi, looks & runs
perf, allpower, $7,800.
813-659-2410:426-2775
Toyota 2002 Tundra Lmtd
Ed, fully loaded, 45K mi.,
White.$16,900.
Call 813-363-2743
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CHEVY 1997 2500 Utility
Body Truck, AC, 5 spd.
like new, $4800 obo.
813-404-6071

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630B 4-Wheel
6308 1Drive
FORD 1996 F150 reg cab,
4x4 Manual Trans A/C,
AMFM/CD, V8, Bedliner,
cargo box, Immac. ask-
ing $5,500 813-713-1632
SHOPPING MADE EASY
That's Classified's prom-
ise! Classified delivers!
6311 Vans
Dodge 1992 Caravan,
Braun lift, body & mech.
exc cond. 96k miles
w/middle bench seat
$5500obo. 941-371-3189
CLASSIFIED WORKS
DODGE 2000 Grand Cara-
van, white 81k mi, new
tires, brakes & A/C.
$6500 813-610-5144
DODGE 2003 Grand Cara-
van, DVD system, V6,
power, w/ warranty,
Only 42K mi! $12,900
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[6311 Van. |
DODGE 2005 HANDICAP
Van, 10" Iowered floCor
power ramp, 14,000
miles. Call 727-492-1630.

Ford 1989 Aerostar
extended cargo van,
white, V6 auto runs
$500 obo 813-655-0030
954-214-0477 cell
FORD 1995 Windstar, 7
pass, very good A/C,
runs and drives great!
$2500 OBO.
813-760-8888 or
813-870-2625
FORD 2002 E-150 Handi-
cap Van w/ lowered
floor, hand control, lift,
EZ lock, 3K warranty
$33,500 (813) 625-5091.
FORD 2002 E150 Cargo
Van 35K mi. white,
AM/FM, cold AC, alarm,
exc. cond. $12,500.
352-588-3382
HONDA 2003 ODYSSEY EX
Lthr DVD 21.5K, Blue,
$23,500.813-355-7588

KIA 2002 Sedona EX Load-
ed, V6, leather, pwr
moonroof, seats 7,5 star
safety rating clean, 46K
mi, $12,500 813 792-1321
NISSAN 2000 QUEST GXE,
61,500 mi 4 brand new
tires, VCR, exc. cond.,
very clean, 1 owner.
$9,999 Firm. 813-431-1664
PLYMOUTH 1992 GRAND
VOYAGER, Great work
Van, runs good, must
sell. $1,300 OBO. Call
813-832-3228 240-7918
PLYMOUTH 1995 Voyager
78k mi, 3.0 V-6 eng, reblt
trans, new tires cold
AC infant seat, $3,000
OBO. Bob 813-685-4663
Toyota'99 Sienna LE
A/C 66k miCDall pwr
quad seats V6,r. rack,
running brd,1 owrexc
cnd $11,500 813-205-7935
I R Isport Ulity
632| Vehicles

Buick 2004 Rendevous
28k mi, white w/ tan
cloth, new tires, full
power extra clean.
$15,50d0.727-687-6001
CHEVY 1996TAHOELSV8,
fully loaded, cold AC,
4x4, tow pkg,2nd owner,
low miles. $6,300
813-389-5964
CHEVY 1999 Tahoe K1500,
68k miles, silver, one
owner, excellent condi-
tion, $13,995 obo.
813-963-7453
CHEVY 1999 TAHOE 2dr,
2WD, 53K mi, black,
leather, garaged, very
clean $12,500.
813-390-8888
CHEVY 2002 Trailblazer,
LS, Like new cond, AT,
AC, PW, PL, keyless, 50k
mi, all maint records.
$13,900.813-972-8180
DODGE 1998 Durango, 5.2
L, leather, 98k miles all
power, rear AC, $7500.
813-786-3357.

DODGE 2000 DURANGO
SLT, Ithr, loaded exc
cond, Price reduced
$9,500 obo.
813-610-1090
FORD 1970 BRONCO.
Must sell! Must see!
Good shape, little rust,
good engine $4000 obo.
13-818-0229,827-3136
Ford 1991 Bronco XLT,
white, V8 auto cd, 3"
body lift 33" tires, runs
ood $3000 obo 813-
655-0030-954-214-0477
FORD 1997 EXPEDITION
113Kmi, Red, Good Cond
Eddie Bauer, 5.4L, V8 4
WD, $10,500, After 5PM
(813) 220-2871
FORD 2000 Expedition
XLT 1 owner, exc cond.
79k' miles, burgundy/
gray Ithr3rd row 11,900
n. 813-926-9033
FORD 2002 Explorer XLS
Silver, Leather, CD New
Tires, Exc. Cond. 6K mi,
V6, $13,506
727-514-2722
Ford 2004 Expedition
Eddie Bauer, with 200k
will exchange for Real
Estate or Mortgage.
813-986-9141
HYUNDAI 2003 Santa Fe
silver Ither, charm whs
10 yr/)100K mi full warr.
Loaded. Mint cond. Orig
owner. Must see $14,750
813-760-0344
INFINITY 1997 QX4, load-
ed, Ithr sn rf well maint,
low 82k mi,'mint cond,
$9700 813-677-6917
386-453-8329
Infinity 2003 FX35
Loaded Gold 23k mi,
under NADA value, $29K.
813-980-0357
ISUZU 1998 Rodeo LS, V6,
4x4 sunroof CD leath-
er, fully loaded non-
smoker. $7500.
813-453-4428.
JEEP 1989 Wrangler Red,
6 cyl, standard, 160k mi,
$5400
813-240-5762

JEEP 2000 GR CH Limited,
Sports Utility, 73K, Au-
to., 4 WDleather int. 8
C l. tow package
$13,495, Super Buy (831
727-0197
Want Ads


6321 Sport Utilty
632 Vehicle
Jeep 2000 Grand Cnero.
kee Laredo, Burgundy, 6
cyl, support utility, 2
wheel drive, auto, tilt
$6500.813-454-8869
Jeep 2002 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, Auto, Load-
ed leather, bik/blk, 45K
miles great condition,
$11,900.813-960-9687
JEEP 2005 WRANGLER,
4x4, loaded, A/C, 4K, like
new, 1 owner.
$16,999
Call 813-265-4604
KIA2001 Sportage, White,
At,Cold AC, PW/DL, CD,
67k Mi, Well Maintained
II $5,500
I 813-215-0191W
Land Rover 1997 Discov-
ery blue, V8, PW, PL, PS,
CD, Ithr,new tires, AWV,
Roof rack, Cruise cntrl,
$7,900 obo 813-671-1479
LEXUS 1999 RX300 GOLD
PACKAGE! 87.000mi AT,
2 WD, 6 Cyl. Peari White
on Tan Lthr. Excellent
condition. Lady Driven.
Dealer maintained.
Made in Japan. Needs
nothing. Clean CarFax.
All onions. Book value
$17800 or best offer.
Selling for my mother
who is moving. (813)
842-4223
LEXUS 2002 RX300, black,
sunroof, excellent
condition 69K miles
$18,500. 941-234-6259
MAZDA 2003 TRIBUTE ES
2WD 6 cyl auto, 34K mi.,
leather, 6 disc chgr,
moonroof, pwr seat,
roof rack, new tires.
$15,900.813-987-6312
SUZUK12001 Grand Vitara
XL7, full pwr, 4x4, V6, 7
pass 82K mi. CD, pearl
white, loaded, $10,400,
813-265-4324.767-0658
TOYOTA 1994 RUNNER
4x4 V6, 123,000k, Auto,
CD, sunroof, leather,
cruise, loaded, tow
package, runs great.
$4,000813-546-5808
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HARLEY 1994 Heritage
Sotail 9K im,n,-erid,.
8f]11500ObO
813-994.0252

HARLEY DAVIDSON 1997
FXDL, blk, 33K mi, low-
ered, lots of chrome,
very clean. $12,500obo
813-967-4280 313-4596
HARLEY 1997 DAVIDSON
LOWRIDER, 112hp, very
fast, very sharp, must
see. Call Brian at
813-634-6144
HARLEY 2000 Rigid, Twin
cam, 95", Baker6spd,80
spoke wheels PM Brakes
Pro Built, Must See,
$14,000* 813-571-1183
HARLEY 2003 1200XLC
Sportster cstm, gun
metal, lots of chrome &
xtras, 3500 mi.
Showroom cond.
$10,400.813-714-3651
HARLEY 2003 Fat Boy,
Anniv Ed, 2-tone, fuelin-
lect, alarm, stage 1 kit,
Santee pipes, 3k miles
$18,900 813-390-6062
HARLEY 2003 Low Rider,
BIk, 1500 mi Loaded
w/extras! $16'900 obo.
VERY VERY CLEAN!
813-986-2694/763-0223
HD 1998 Road King Sharp!
Runs awsome, with Tour
Pack, 65k miles
$13k obo. 813-758-0215
HD 2001 HERITAGE
SFTTAIL CLASS Fuel In ,
Garage Kept MintCond,
Screamin Egl Pipes,
Many Chrome extras,
5.5K miles $17 300
(813)909-7490
Honda 1995 ST1100,
super low miles, many
after market extras
garage kept. $5950
813-600-1574
HONDA 2002 Shadow
American Classic 750CC
Maroon & Black 7800 mi
many xtras $5100 obo.
813-986-6538 746-8852
INDEPENDENCE 2003
Freedom Express Cstm,
100CI Revtech engine,
6-spd trans cstm paint,
cstm paint, 240 rear,
soft-tail xtras. Exc
cond, 5500 mi. $19,400.
813-714-3651
INDIAN 2001 SPIRIT,
EXTRAS. 1400 MILES.
$12,000 one.
813-817-6392

Suzuki 2002 GSXR 600,
adult rider, garaged,
never raced, new tires,
only 5200 mi. Perfect
$6300 obo 352-238-8855
Suzuki 2002 GSXR 1000,
adult owned, garaged.
Never raced. New tires,
only 5800 mi. $7200 obo
352-238-8855
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
YAMAHA 1994 750XV Full
Accessories w/helmet &
cover well maintained,
21,500 Miles, Asking
$3,000 813-662-6733
YAMAHA 1995 XV-535,
less than 5K miles,
excellent condition
looks great $2,250. Call
813-741-0479


1 63S I Cm Cart |I
F-Z GO 1993 Gas pow-
ered w- 10v5 trailer.
w/trlr $2500, w/o trlr
$1800. Call 727-520-0167
724-882-2708
EZ-GO 1989, Lights, cur-
tains, windsheild, mir-
rors, 03 batteries, good
tires, charger, $1050.
813-633.5177

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
|6371ATVs
ATV 2005 110 shaft drive
ATV, 4 cycle, 3 spd + re-
verse electric start,
$1249.352-854-7279

Polaris 2003 250 Trail
Blazers (2). $4000 for
both, or $2300 each.
813-657-1879.

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I 64 Wanted
WANTED
;. DEAD OR ALIVE;
Cars trucks & vans
Cash Paid. Free Tow.
813.930.2464 813.760.2656

CASH PAID
For Cars Running or Not!
We'll come pick it up!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535
CASH TODAY!
For Cars, Trucks & Vans
Running Or Not.
813-728-7979
$$$$ CASH $$$$
For Cars, Trucks & Vans
Any Price/Any Time
CALL ME FIRST!
727-505-3882

$ WE BUY CARS $
Running or nothighest
$$ paid. No tifle req'd.
727-536-7538
WE BUY CARS Trucks
RV's, Boats. Real Top
$$$ CASH Today! Any
Condition. Free Removal,
24nrs.W 813-964-8095
Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
BUICK 1972 SKYLARK
Cstm. Poor mans
Malibu 350, P/S, P/B,
AC. Body on restoration
in '02. Gold/Tan.
$11,600.813-643-5553
BUICK 1973 LESABRE, 2dr,
hard top, newpaint, vi-
nyl top,tires, R134 A/C +
much more, 48K miles
$8,995obo 813-685-208B
CADILLAC 1967 DEVILLE
CONVERTIBLE, 1
OWNER, ORIGINAL
TITLE, NEEDS WORK,
$2000.813-992-5555
CADILLAC 1976 DeVille,
Gold, Exc. Cond,
a 106KMi,
$2,000 obo
81633-8553I
CHEVY 1956 PICKUP dis-
mantled,
Best offer
(727) 856-6222

CHEVY 1957 BEL AIR-2 dr
Sost, complete restora-
ion, everything new,
350 w/400 auto, $23,900.
813-689-2169/468-7292
CHEVY 1969 CAMARO SS
NEW 350/383/ Console
Auto P/S P/DBOCOLD
FACT. A/C, RALYES w
W/L DAYTONAS, ROSE-
WOOD WHEEL, R/S
GAUGES, YELLOW
w/BLACK STRIPES,
BLACK INT. EVERY-
THING IS NEW AND DE-
TAILED TO THE MAX!! 3
SHOWS/3-1st PLACES.
$29,900 Call TOM (813)
833-7647
CHEVY 1977 EL CAMINO,
RUNS & DRIVES GREAT,
NEEDS FLOOR WORK.
$1000.813-992-5555





CHEVY 1979 Camaro
Rally Sport, gorgeous,
fact orig, mint collector
cond. Yellow/black w/
sunset racing stripes.
Orig owner. V8-305. fact
A/C, pwr. win/str/brks.
Auto stick shift. Ltd edi-
tion., garaged, 86,900
mi. Appraised: $12,000,
sacrifice 10,000 obo.
Moving. 813-949-46231

CHRYSLER 1973
New Yorker Brougham
all original 54k onginal
miles appraised at
$6,5060. OB.
813-737-4506 or
813-727-9336

Corvette 1969
automatic, loaded
coupe new tires. $8,900
727-535-8241
DODGE 1969 Rare Sports-
man Van 318 auto good
onrig shape, ready to fin-
ish $4900 obo Must
self! 813843-8733
FORD 1926 Model T Road-
ster w/trailer, all origi-
nal, pristine condition
$19,500.813-782-8654.
Serious inquiries only
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Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
OLDS 1972 CUTLASS S
CONVERTIBLE, NEWLY
RESTORED, Rocket 350,
AC Wht/Brown $19,850.
813-253-2347
Plymouth 1965 Baracuda,
auto, small block, hot
rod started, runs great!
Roll cage. $2500.
813-299-1845/ 299-1844
TRIUMPH 1958 TR3A
Restored to new
condition, daily driver,
spare parts, factory
hard top. $23K OB0
858-204-6482
TRIUMPH 1980 SPITFIRE
CLASSIC convertible
with 4 speed OD. Looks
and runs great! Many
new parts and have all
maintenance records.
Asking $5000 (813)
748-7926
TRIUMPH 1980 TR7
Convertible, 5 speed
manual, 76K orig. miles,
1 owner, runs great,
factory air, perfect
condo needspaint&top.
$1,895 obo. 813-391-925
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648 Wagons

FORD 1996 Taurus GL au-
to, cold AC, 3rd seat, low
miles, power everything
& exc cond! $2,900
813-389-5964
64 Automobiles
649 For Sale

Acura 1997 3.5RL, cham-
pagne, fully loaded, well
maint, exc cond, runs &
looks great. $7300.
352-567-0607.
ACURA 2002 RSX-Type S
fully loaded, 85K mi. exc.
cond. well maint. black
on black, $11,900 obo.
813-961-5456
ACURA 2003 TL, 28K mi
Red, warranty, Ithr, 6
disc CD, sunrf, prem
sound $22,500.
813-335-4549
AUDI 2000 A6 55,742 mi,
Tan, Wagon, Auto.,
AW6, 6 Cyf. VIN#:
WAULH24B2YN065635
$17,600, Luxury, Zero
deductible, bumper-
bumper extended war-
ranty Fully Loaded (813).

BMW 1995 7401L Dark
green, beige leather,
nd owner, garage kept,
sunroof, alFopf $9500
OBO. 813-971-6961
BMW 1996 Z3 Roadster,
Cony, Auto, A/C, CD,
New Top, Well Main-
tained $10,000
813-918-2144V
BMW 1999 323CI, remote
convertible, clean, cold
a/ccdchngr, engine
disabled alarm, 88,00mi
$16,500.813.230.8018
BMW 1999 5281 White w/
sports package. $17,500
As Is OBO. 813-966-9362
BMW 2001 3251, silver
/gray Ithr int auto, 57K
mi. 1 owner, garaged,
gorgeous condo $19,995
obo 813-926-4846
BMW 2002 325i exc cond,
blk w/gray Ithr, fully
loaded, 69k, I fem own,
ext maint warr to 100k.
$19,990 813-842-5536
BMW 2005 645Ci, 5500mi,
sport pkg, 19mn whis,
prem stereo, GPS, satlte
radio tint xtra mats.
$69,900.813-310-0812
BMW 2005 7401i
White, natural brown Ithr,
1 owner with all options,
MSRP$82K, sell $69,995.
Only 46Kmiles. Call
904-543-9184
BUICK 1990 LeSabre Lim-
ited, very clean low
miles, garage kept AC,
all power options. Have
to see to appreciate.
Asking price $2300. Call
813-763-3129
Buick 1993 Roadmaster
Luxury Wagon, well
mntd all pwr opt,l Ithr,
cold AC, 99K, runs great.
$4100 obo 813-569-8079
BUICK 1995 Park Ave ultra
sdn, Dark Red, 3800 su-
per chrgd V6, all deluxe
eguip ingdcond 45K mi
$5 ,5 0 Cal813-d34-77m9
BUICK 1998 Le Sabre,
loaded, runs great, low
mi must be seen! $5999.
Call 813-949-5697 Ivmsg

CADILLAC 1989 SEDAN
SEVILLE, 4.5 V-8; 140
orig owner mi, good
cond. $3900 OBO
** 352-588-4235**
CADILLAC 1990 ALLANTE,
Pearl Wht, Red int, 110K
mi, great cond, garage
kept $12,5060 obo.
813-949-3598
CADILLAC 1993 ALLANTE-
Vogue wheels & tires,
polo green 96K miles
great condition, $10,000d
obo Call 813-235-6483
CADILLAC 1993 Sedan De-
ville, Carriage top. dark
cherry, all pwr, all svc
records, 99K, great cond
$295 813-926-6965
CADILLAC 1995 DEVILLE,
exc cond 47k mi,
$8,300
813-416-3950 or 752-9571
You'll find value buys ad-
vertised in classified


641 I Automobiles
For Sale
Cadillac 1996 El Dorado
ETC, Loaded! Leather
pw, pl, cruise, Moon rf,
climate control, 136,500
mi.$6200 813-661-8425
CADILLAC 1998 D'ELE-
GANCE 118,000 mi, Sil-
ver $6,900, Luxury,
Looks and Runs Great
(813)996-3505
CADILLAC 2004 DeVille
DHS Black, like new,
loaded w/ every option
avail, incladvanced
vehicle navigation, 6-cd
changer, XM Sat radio,
4yr warr., Take over
payments OR $45K obo
727 733-4458
CHEVROLET 1998 Lumina,
beige, 4dr 50k mi, ga-
rage kept, little old lady
driven, good condo,
$4,350. 813-986-2354
CHEVY- 1986 K5 BLAZER,
runs great! 350 engine
$3500 obo. 813-885-5567

CHEVY 1992 CAVALIER
2dr 5 spd, sunroof, good
condition runs great.
$1100 obo
813-621-3625
CHEVY 1998 Monte Carlo,
2dr, low mi, exc condi-
tion in/out, elderly
owned, $4950 obo. CaIl
813-831-6696
CHEVY 1999 Lumina LTZ
White, 4dr 6cyl, CD,
Lthr, Power Win &Seats,
Cold AC, Exc. Cond.
$4,1008 813-335-1169
CHRYSLER 1994 LEBA-
RON, ConvA/C, P/W
P/L, P/S, white, low mi,
$2200 well cared for
352-239-0535
CHRYSLER 1996 Sebring
Convertible great top,
no leaksvery good cond.
127K, area head turner!
$3995 352-568-1021
CHRYSLER 2000 CON-
CORD LXI, beautiful in-
side/out, your mech
confirm 124K, (200 pos-
sib) $7900 813-634-2527
CHRYSLER 2001 Prowler,
18K orig mi, must sell
moving from State. All
options. $30,000 firm.
352-428-3196 592-4847
CHRYSLER 2002 TOWN \ &
COUNTRY LTD. 31k mi,
Wht, ABS,Trac Cntrl
Lthr, loaded. 7 yr-70k mil
full wrnty. Great Carl!!
$17,900 (813)651-0357

Corvette 1994
automatic, loaded, glass
top, new tires. 11,900
727-535-8241
DODGE 1992 Shadow,
power steering, power
rakes, runs good,
$1000 obo. 813-293-2553

DODGE 2000 Intrepid, AC,
alarm, am/fm/cd, 47K
mi, great condition
$8,500 obo. Call
813-232-9413
DODGE 2004 Neon SXT,
silver, 9K mi. loaded,
24mpg city, $10,200.
Days 813-875-8935 or
eves 231-8508
FORD 1964 MUSTANG,
great int, Little rust on
outside. Straight 200
engine. $2000
813-818-0229, 827-3136
FORD 1992 CROWN
VICTORIA, all power,
9800 low miles, $3900.
813416-6131

FORD 1993 Festiva, 5
speed, good condition
inside & out, excellent
mpg. 107k miles, $1250
obo. 813-924-0054.
FORD 1995 ESCORT,
white, standard, 4 dr,
97k mi, cold A/C,
$2000 obo Runs Great!
813-662-2330
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Automobiles
649 For Sale

FORD 1995 Mustang Co-
bra 53k mi, 5.0 mtr, 5 sp,
Mach 4 stereo/CD, new
tires, very good cond.
$7906.813-713-3621.
FORD 1995 Taurus, in exc
cond, new trans, good
tires, $1500 obo. Call
Phil 813-881-1336,
941-815-1447.
FORD 1997 THUNDERBIRD
39500mi, Alpine Green,
Coupe, Auto, 4.6 Eng,
$7750, Must See, Low
Miles, Loaded, orig own
Flawless, FX Package
(813) 886-6394
FORD 2000 FOCUS SE
WAGON auto, all power,
AC, good cond.
$3500 obo
813-991-5440
FORD 2001 ESCORT ZX2,
auto trans, 29k mi, great
cond. Great Graduation
Gift! $5,800 obo
813-994-1188
FORD 2001 MUSTANG
white w/blk int, 5sp, V6,
tint windows, custom
whis & tires exc cond.
$7,500 813-545-7246
FORD 2001 Mustang con-
vertible GT, auto V8
leather 46K miles' KBB
$17,100, will sell for
$14,500,863-873-9583.
Ford 2001 Taurus, 4 door
Sedan, White, 85,700
mi., all power, cold A/C,
flawless condition.
$7,500.813-929-1785
FORD 2003 Escape XLT
37K, dark blue, loaded,
luggage rack, exc cond.
new tires, $15,750,
813-980-6180
FORD 2004 MUSTANG
6,000mi, $12,199 obo 5
Speed, 40th Anniv Ed
(813) 928-1718

FORD 2005 Mustang GT,
4000 miles everyoption
available by Ford is in
this vehicle plus $10,000
in add on accessories.
$5000 down & take over
payments. Call Walter
at 13-767-8299.
HONDA 1991 CIVIC LX, 5
speed, all power. Runs
good. No A/C 168K mi.,
$95U.
Call 813-766-6279
HONDA 1998 Accord 4
cyl, A/C, 4dr, Gold, 98K
mi,auto, all power rims,
exc cond, $6900 Call
757-277-3733
HONDA 2000 CIVIC LX,
tan 5 spd, pwr wind's/
locks, CD player 107K
mi, good condition.
$5700.813.787.1511

HONDA 2003 CIVIC EX,
loaded, good condition,
31K mi, Blue, Sedan,
Manual, KBB $12,500,
Great Value. (813)
394-2753
HONDA 2004 ACCORD EX-
4dr,4cyl, auto, graphite,
all power, sun roof f4k mi
excellent condition.
$18,500.813.238-4264
JAGUAR 1998 XK8 Conv't.
white w/tan leather,
auto, 59K mi. mint cond.
like new, garaged
$19,995 727-458-4401
Jaguar 1999 Vandenplas
white w/ tan, all op-
tions, perfect cond no
flaws 58K mi, new tires
$18,560.813-957-5314
JAGUAR 2000 S-Type,
Good Cond. Blue w/an
Leather, $14,995.
813-300-4505

JAGUAR 2000 S Type, sil-
ver, 20" custom wheels,
sunroof, 6 disc cd play-
er, 62f mi, $15,500
813-982-0376
JAGUAR 2002 XK8 con-
vertible, red w/tan int,
all opt's, chrome whis,
gar. kept, 22,500mi, 1
owner, $41,500, will con-
sider trade. 813.846.9043


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Apollo Beach 6188 US. 41
Br3ridon 1945 W. Lurrsiden Avi
Brandon 179 Bloiominrgdjle Ave
Sur City Center 4445 Sun Ciry Cir
Riverview 9822 U-S 3i0


6 Automobiles
4 For Sale
KIASEDONA EX 2002 49K
mi, Green, Woodgrn
Leather, Warranty,
CD,Cruise, 6 Cyl, $10,500
Great Value
(813)643-9834

Lexus 1996 SC300
Must see. Low miles,
garage parked. $12,000
one 813-477-9721

Lexus 1999 ES-300, 4 DR,
Auto, gold exterior, tan
leather interior. Exc. int
& ext! New V rated tires,
92K miles $11,200 obo
813-966-4022
LEXUS 2001 GS300, auto,
98K miles, black/tan
Ithr, dealer svcd, books
& records, $18,950.
727-459-6508
Lexus 2003 ES-300-
Sapphireblue,22K mi,
loaded, exc. condition!
Non-smoker. $26,900 obo
Call 813-661-6783.
LINCOLN 1997 CONTI-
NENTAL Silver, GREAT
SHAPE $2,950 OBO
(813) 642-8296
LINCOLN 2001 Continen-
tal, Pearl White w/Grey
Lthr, 1 Owner, Garage
Kept, Non-smoker, 50K,
$10,995 727-244-1477
LINCOLN 2001 Towncar
Cartier, Sedan, 52K Mi,
For sale by owner, see
car at 3822 W. Euclid.
Near Britton Plaza
LINCOLN 2002 LS V6,
33K mi, new tires, taupe,
full power, extra clean.
Fully Serviced. $16,800
727-687-6001
MAZDA 1986 RX7, 18"
deep dish whis,
Red/cstm BIk/Red Ithr
int. Many xtras. $5350.
727-869-2518
MERCEDES 1986 560SL
convertible, stunning
rich silver blue w/con-
trasting dark navy top &
perfect leather int. Low
mi., both tops, probably
the nicest one in Florida!
$17,900 (727) 492-1315
Mercedes 1998 C43 AMG,
V8 rare car, only 540
built!'Dealer maintained
w/only47K miles. $23,500
obo. Fin. Avail. Must sell!
Call 813-967-6098.
MERCEDES 1998 CLK 30K
mi orig owner, dk blue
w/gray Ithr int, fully
loaded, MINT COND.
$18,000 813-222-1146
Mercedes 1999 C280,
champagne,tan leather,
sunroof, auto loaded,
exc cond, 53K mi.
$15,000 813-967-707070
MERCEDES 2000 C230
Kompressor, 1 owner,
22K mi, Wht, sunrf, 6 CD
chgr, exc cond $18,500
Obo. 813-264-0066
MERCEDES 2000 E300 TD,
4drs, automatic, sun-
roof, tinted windows,
36-37MPG, great car!
$28,500 (727)502-0859
MERCEDES 2000 S430 low
mil blk exc cond, cstmn
whis, global GPS,'every
bell and whistle $33,500.
813-476-2166
MERCEDES 2000 SL500
AMG. Sport Package,
Black on Black,
Fully Loaded with CD
Changer 1 Non-Smoking
Owner, Mint Condition,
GaragedOnly 9750 Miles!
Was V82,000 New!
$50,000 obo 813-335-3601
Mercedes 2002 CLK 320
Cabriolet, silver w/gre
top, power everything,
CD chnger, leather
$33,000.727-687-5796
MERCEDES 2002 CLK320
convertible White/Ash
int.32K mi, CD, new con-
dition, books & keys
$38,500obo 941-966-4668
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Tampa 8702 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Tampa 4479 Gandy Blvd.
Tampa 5715 Gunn Hwy.
Tampa 2540 Bearss Ave.
Tampa 8438 N. Armenia Ave.
Tamp,3 7851 F'ilm Piver Pd
TfIhorl.;i3s3 9535 E Fowler Rd
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I aI Automobiles
For Sale
MERCEDES 2003 E320
Cabriolet convertible
25K mi Pewter, perfect
& beautiful in every wa
$43,900 813-951-070
MERCEDES 2003 SL500
LOADED! Hard top
conv't. Magma Red, tan
int., pwr pkg, htd/AC
seats & massager
Lo-Jack & sec. sys. tilt
steering, in-dash
anti-ticketing laser/
radar device, fact.
chrome rims, keyless
go, CD chgr navigation,
BS, active susp.
Tiptronic, tinted wind.
garage kept, fact. wrnty.
Excellent cond! 17.5K mi
$78,500 obo 813.477.0626
MERCURY 1999 Grand
Marquis LS Exc. Cond.
All Power, 1 Owner, Tan
w/Tan Lthr, Alloys, 25K,
$8,500* 813-962-3956
Mercury 2002 Grand Mar-
quis, immac cond, svc
recs, white w/grey
Either, brand new Michel-
in tires 47k mi. Asking
$9,800.813-264-2179

Mitsubishi 1994
3000, Complete needs
motor work, $1500 OBO.
813-741-2909.
MITSUBISHI 1997
GALANT, 93K mi,
Black/Ithr int, new tires
& whIs. Good cond.
$3900 obo. 660-238-3310
SELLING YOUR CAMPER?
Place an ad in class 562
and see how many buy-
ers pop up
NISSAN 1990 Stanza, 4dr,
red, auto. Runs but
needs repair, KBB: $2k-
steal @ $900 obo. Make
. offer! 813-567-1444

NISSAN 1991300
complete for parts.
Nice. No title. $2200.
Call 813-741-2909.
Nissan 1994 Sentra, red, 4
door, 5 speed, cold AC,
exc cond am/fm/cd.
813-962-2817
NISSAN 1998 Sentra GXE
Auto, Power Steering,
Cold AC, Low Miles,
Great on Gas Warranty
$4,900 727-842-2451
NISSAN 2000 MAXIMA
SE, 5spd, sunroof alloy
wheels nice car! A steal
at $87060. Please call:
I 813-924-86771
NISSAN 2002 ALTIMA 2.5S
auto, A/C, AM/ FM/CD
all pwr, fog lights, mud
flash, green, 39K mi
$1360gr 81 -546-333m
Want Ads
OLDSMOBILE 1980 CUT-
LASS, $3000 worth of
new parts, to many to
list, A/C WORKS! $950
813-361-0586
$500 Police Impounds.
Hondas, Chevys,
Toyotas, etc. from $500.
For listing 800-749-8167,
ext 4124.
PONTIAC 1993 Bonneville
SE, loaded, good cond.
well maint. $3000.
352-746-1535

PONTIAC 1997 Grand Am
GT, 27K mi auto sport
coupe, wellma inained,
1 owner. Fully loaded.
$7,000 727-863-6678
PONTIAC2000 Grand Prix,
loaded, 74k. Perfect. A
steal at $7899.
727-446-1661.

Pontiac 2002 Sunfire SE
26K actual mi, 2 dr, 5
spd, cd, sunroof, mint
cond, ac arage kept.
$5950 352-341-0024
PONTIAC 2003 GT Grand
Prix victory red, 3.8L,
loaded, 37K mi. $15,400
obo. 813-469-1294


49 n Automobiles
For Sale
PORSCHE 2001 911 Car-
rera blk w/ bik Ithr int.,
perfect cond., 6 spd,
PSM, 18" whls, well-
maint. 1 owner, all bks
/rec.39Kgar.kept, non-
smkr.$45K 813-948-7156
SATURN 2003 Ion, silver
47,500 mi. very good
cond.24pmgqcity, $7900.
Days 813-875-8935. Eves
231-8508
Toyota 1989 MR2 153k, all
pwr, 5 spd T-tops, cus-
tom rims, looks & runs
great, sporty, rare & fast
$2300.813-842-8482
TOYOTA 1990 Camry,
176k A/C dependable
auto.'$2000.
813-289-3266
TOYOTA 1991 Camry DX,
61,000 Miles excellent
condition, $4200 or best
offer. 813-643-0318/
813-928-7390
TOYOTA 1992 COROLLA
DX, automatic, A/C, 4drd
very clean, runs and
los excellent, $1650.
Call 813-758-1714
Toyota 1993 Corolla, 4
door green,91K miles,
cold C,exc.cond.
Moving Must Sell!
$2,500o OBO.
804-687-9750 or
813-631-7847/974-9228.
TOYOTA 1994 LE White,
Sedan Ice Cold Air, Ex-
cellent Condition. Must
See (813) 634-2615
TOYOTA 1996 CAMRY 4
Cyl. Gold Coupe, Wood
Trim, SRoof, ex cond,
Sony 10 disc w d-base,
$5,000 obo (813)
661-7004
Toyota 1998 Camry LE,
Loaded. Keyless, Alloys,
Leather Int. ery Clean.
1 Owner, Garaged. 64K Mi
$6,500.813-949-0821.
TOYOTA 2001 Camry LE
Silver, V6, sunrf, 66k/mi,
exc cond, 1 owner, ask-
ing $13,200. Must see!
813-571-9395
TOYOTA 2002 Avalon XLS
perfect cond, black,
loaded, mnroof spoiler,
premium sound +. Only
$17,900.813-910-0699
Toyota 2003 Camry LE,
loaded, power, keyless,
alarm, 1 owner, CD play-
er, mint cond.
$12,200 obo 813-810-5541
TOYOTA 2003 Echo 28,900
miles, 46mpg, Beautiful
Aqua, Runs great, $8,900
813 269-4665
Toyota '99 Camry CE-
Pewter, Tires/Tint.
Audio w/warr. Low miles
clean int Prem. audio
$7999 813-598-7396.
Volvo 1999 GLT 570, 125k
hwy miles, fully loaded,
exc shape, Black/Black,
sunroof, $7,300 OBO
813-312-3150
VOLVO 2001 HT 30k mi,
Navy Blue, 27MTG, Con-
vertible, 5 Speed, 2 WD,
4Cyl. $22,995 Super Buy
(813)727-0197
VW 1995 CABRIO 5 spd
stick manual, weather
intr, new tires & battery,
needs body work, 70K
ml. $3,500.813-789-5833
VW 1999 Jetta GLS Silver,
manual, A/C, 67K mi.,
exc cond. $8,000 obo.
813-237-4648
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VW 2002 Passat GLX V6,
black, tan Ithr, loaded,
super clean, every op-
tion, 31K mi fact warr.
$19.200 obo 813-545-0234


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