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Children take stage
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HOSPITAL PARTY
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Hospital volunteers
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INDEX


LETTERS FROM HOME
Class Writes To Student's Dad In Kuwait
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
L iving out the American dream is not always a bed of
roses.
Falling in love with your high school sweetheart.
going to the same college, graduating together, getting
married, having children and living within a family and
community that shares common values may seem almost


too good to be true.
"It happened to us," said Laura
Brummer, the wife of Maj. Jeffrey
Brummer, the training officer at the
Army National Guard Armory in
Plant City. "left and I graduated at
Winter Haven High School in 1988.
We went to FSU (Florida State
University) together. He graduated.
in 1992 with a BA in economics. 1


graduated the same year with a BS
in business. We moved to Plant City
in 1993. We love it here."
-.While his wife and children are
spending Christmas at their home,
Jeffrey will celebrate the holidays
overseas Kuwait to be exact.
But his family and home were
See LETTERS, Page 23


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo


Pholo courses. Brunnmer family
Jeffrey Brummer, with wife Laura, and daughters Sara, 10, and
Caroline, 5, is a full-time member and training officer for the
Army National Guard unit headquartered in Plant City on
Airport Road. Now stationed in Kuwait, Brummer recently
exchanged letters with Sara's fifth-grade class at Walden Lake
Elementary School. He thanked them for writing and answered
questions they posed to him. Fifth-grade teacher Sandra Smith,
middle row, left, stands with her class and Laura Brummer,
middle row, right, as they display the flags of Kuwait and the
United States that flew over an American military camp in
Kuwait earlier this year.


CALENDAR
PAGE 5


SPORTS
PAGE 25
CROSSWORD
PAGE 16


Movie Madness
Christmas weekend
is here and that means
the debut of big
blockbusters. See
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nice at the box office.
Tomorrow in
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Durant band hits high note
The Durant High School Band has reason to smile. The band placed a record number of students on the All-County Band and played to a full
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By KEVIN BRADY
kbrady@mediageneral.c<
For Joseph L. Richter
a matter of conscience.
Richter is a member c
Friends of Christmas
informal group of friend
family members that ere
nativity scene in McCal
in downtown Plant City
14.
"That's what Christm
Richter said. "It's
Christ."
The city removed th
play the next day, sayir
group had not applied
permit. Mayor John
then interceded, arguing
display was a free s
issue.
After reviewing the
issues involved, the
decided the group coul
play the creche, but onl'
a permit. The Frieni
Christmas applied for an
granted a permit Friday
display was back up by
17.
"Although the city i
endorsing any religion
proposed display is an a
private form of express
the winter holidays,"
acting City Manager Ma
Wisgerhof in a letter t
group granting a perm
the display. "The display
need to clearly indicate
is privately sponsored z
not endorsed by the city


Group Welcomes Nativity Scene
10W "It's a limited public forum
for displays during the winter
C holiday season and would be
applicable to any of the winter
holidays be it Hanukkah,
Kwanzaa or Christmas," said
City Attorney Ken Buchman.
City Manager David Sollen-
berger, who is on a medical
it was leave, has followed the issue.
He said the city needs to con-
of The trol displays on public -
s, an property like McCall Park.
Is and "We can't tolerate allowing
*cted a anything being placed on city
1 Park grounds without a permit. If
y Dec. you allow one to do it, you will
have to allow all displays with-
as is," out permission."
about "They should have asked for
a permit," said City Commis- E -......
e dis- sioner Rick Lott, "but by chal-
ng the lenging the system, they made Members of The Friends of Christmas say they are very h
for a us come up with the policy nativity scene in McCall Park. Members of the group incl
Dicks that's now in place. Our staff trom, Mark Richter, Frank LaBarbera, Jim Hoover, Joseph I
ig the handled it well." Richter.
peech The Friends of Christmas,
who praised Dicks for helping perceived lack of Christian planning for months. I
legal resolve the issue, are happy symbols during the holidays. of our heritage and it ha
city with the compromise. Then, after discussing the denied," Richter said.
d dis- "I think it's wonderful," issue with several other Hartnett and Richte
y with Richter said. "We are very friends, Richter said he made vigorously denied the
ds of pleased the city came through "unofficial" inquiries in the looking for publicity
id was in a very prompt manner." spring about getting a permit display, saying the story
y. The Richter and his friend, Pat for a nativity display on public have generated little pr
Dec. Hartnett, another group property in McCall Park. the city left the creche i
member, first started talking "We were told a permit "We didn't want thi
.s not about the issue last Christ- would be denied (for a about us," Harnett sai(
i, the mas. religious display)," Richter turned down interview
ippro- "It's called Christmas for a said. He admits there was Channels 28, 38, 62, ]
on for reason and it just seemed like never an official application Fox 13. They called us
wrote it was eroding every year," for a permit. told them we were ha
irtin J. Richter said. "Someone had to The Friends of Christmas, the issue."
to the take a stand." which includes three of Rich- Designating the area
lit. for "It just seemed like there ter's children and Jim Hoover, the creche is now disp
ty will were no symbols of Christmas a former city commissioner, "limited public forum
that it on display," added Hartnett, as members, decided they allows other groups to
and is who recalled his friend Richter could not take no for answer, their religious symbols,
." being deeply troubled by a "This (display) has been in thing Richter welcome,


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"Anyone can put up their
symbols there also," he said.
The friends group has also
been heartened by the public
response to the issue.
"The reaction from the
public has been outstanding.
It's almost 100 percent
support."
They are also* hoping their
example will be beacon to
others.
"We would like other towns
to realize this can be done,"
said Richter.
The city's solution pleased
friends member Jerry Lofs-
trom.
"I am happy with the solu-
tion. The city responded and
did what was right. It's time to
put this behind us."


NEWS DIGEST


T Cultural arts festival set
The Improvement League of Plant
City will host the 20th anniversary Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Cultural Arts
Festival Jan. 12-16. Many activities will
take place at the MLK Recreation
Center, 1601 E. Dr. Martin Luther King
Jr. Blvd. Key highlights are the Jan. 12
opening ceremony at the center, the
step team competition Jan. 13 at Mar-
shall Middle School, a parade down
MLK Boulevard Jan. 14, the Leadership
Breakfast Jan. 15 and the memorial
service/seniors luncheon at the recre-


action center Jan. 16. A carnival and
food vendors will be set up at the rec-
reation center during the week as well.
Call 757-6760 or 737-1352; or visit
www.improvementleague.com.

City hosts trips for seniors
The Plant City Recreation and Parks
Department regularly offers trips for
active seniors. Bus trips take seniors to
places all over Central Florida, includ-
ing one currently registering for a four-
hour luncheon cruise along the St.


John's River Dec. 30. The. buses will
leave the Planteen Recreation Center
at 9 a.m. The cruise costs $46 per
person and includes transportation'
and lunch. Paid registrations must be
received at the recreation center prior
to the event and all trips have limited
availability on a first-come, first-
served basis. To get on the mailing list
or for more information, contact Deb-
orah Haldane, recreation program
manager, at dhaldane@plantcitygo-
v.com or call 757-9166.


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Durant High School Band Has Reason To Celebrate


RECORD NUMBER

ACHIEVE ALL-COUNTY
STATUS
By KEVIN BRADY
kbrady@mediageneral.com
More than 300 friends and
family ushered in the holidays
at the Durant winter concert,
where the student musicians
played a mix of holiday favor-
ites and pieces, most high
school bands wouldn't even
attempt, said band director
Dan DuBay.
"You might hear a college
band attempting this; not a
high school," DuBay said
while introducing "Escape
From Plato's Cave," a three-
movement piece by Stephen
Melillo.
Then again, DuBay has
quite a band.
This year, Durant set a
school record with 30 musi-
cians earning the competitive
All-County honor. Only Blake
High School, with 32 students
on the roster, outranked
Durant, but Blake has the
advantage of housing Hills-
borough County's only
magnet program in the arts for
high school students.
Orchestra director James
Lindroth said much of the
credit for Durant's unprece-
dented showing goes to
DuBay, who has led the band


since Durant opened in 1995.
"This band would not be
where it is today without him,"
Lindroth told the audience,
prompting a standing ovation.
"He lives for this band."
Senior Melinda Paetz, who
has been in the band since she
was a freshman, agreed.
"Mr. DuBay makes a big dif-
ference," she said. "He's a
great instructor."
Karen Martin, treasurer of
the band booster club, has
had three of her four children
in the band program.
"Mr. DuBay really cares
about those kids and it's really
evident," she said. "He is what
has made the program what it
is."
As for DuBay, he gave high
marks to his ensemble.
"I would not say this band is
the best band in school his-
tory," he said.
"They have not earned that
distinction yet. But at this
stage in the year, they are the
best band I have ever had."
Students audition by tape
for All-County Band status in
one of four categories: the
honor band for grades nine
and 10; the honor band for
grades 11 and 12; the orches-
tra winds section for grades 11
and 12; and the All-County
Jazz Ensemble.
All four groups are sched-
uled to perform Jan. 21 at Leto
High School.
Durant students selected


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KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
"Santa Claus is Coming to Town;' and "Russian Christmas Music," were two of the selections at
the Durant High Winter Concert Dec. 13.


for All-County Band are:
Mindy Adams, clarinet;
Megan Davis, flute; Shannon
Fahey, clarinet; Nate Figlew-
ski, tuba, first chair; Kaley
Goodfellow, flute; A.J. Hall,
tenor saxophone, first chair;
Jonathan Hobren, trumpet;
Shelton Hook, alto saxophone;
Nancy Hooper, percussion,
first chair; Steven Hdoper,


trombone; Josh Huey, trum-
pet, first chair; Jack Kaler,
trombone, first chair; Rachel
Keeney, flute; Skylar Larussa,
flute, first chair; Carol Lovell,
trumpet; Sarah Martin, flute;
Stephanie Mazariegos, flute,
first chair; Eduardo Mora,
trumpet, first chair; Terese
Muzio, clarinet; Josh Napier,
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Toddler Time
Toddler Time for children up to age 3 and
their parents is offered Thursdays from 9:30
to 11:30 a.m. at the Planteen Recreation
Center, 301 Dort St. Call: Jaci Jenkins, 757-
9166.


SATURDAY
Christmas Eve service set
Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 2104 Mud
Lake Road, plans a Christmas Eve service
Dec. 24 at 7 p.m.
Call: 752-6064.


SUNDAY
Lord of Life plans Christmas service
Lord of Life Lutheran Chiurch, 2104 Mud
Lake Road, plans a Christmas service Dec.
25 at 10:30 a.m.
Call: 752-6064.


TUESDAY
GED classes
Hillsborough County's Adult and Com-
munity Education program offers free
general equivalency diploma and English
classes to anyone 18 years and older.
Classes are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6
to 9 p.m. at Esther D. Burney Elementary
School, 901 S. Evers St. Call: Rojina Durant
or Jennifer Giorgio, 707-7334.

Soccer tournament
Otis M. Andrews Sports Complex, 2402 E.
Cherry St., will host a portion of the Tampa
Bay Sun Bowl International Soccer Tourna-
ment Dec. 27-29.


WEDNESDAY
Square, round dancing
A mainstream/plus level workshop and
dance with Roland Blanchette takes place
Dec. 28 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at Strawberry
Square, 4401 Boot Bay Road.
Call: 752 0491 or visit
www.floridadanceweb.com/strawberry.


PLAN AHEAD
Square dancing
A level C-2 challenge square dance and
workshop with Art Springer is set for Dec.
30 from 10 a.m. to noon at Strawberry
Square, 4401 Boot Bay Road.
Call: 752 0491 or visit
www.floridadanceweb.com/strawberry.

Southern Gospel New Year's
A New Year's Eve Southern Gospel Music
Celebration is set for Dec. 31 at 7:30 p.m. at
Mango Church of God, 5310 Murrhee St. in
Seffner.
Featured artists will be The Reflections,
Psalm 101, Southern Grace, The Padgetts,
and special guest the Rev. John Boyd. Call:
Sterling Smith, 300-0308.

American Sewing Guild
The Brandon/East Bay Chapter of the
American Sewing Guild will meet Jan. 4 at
the Brandon Recreation Center, 502 E.
Sadie St. in Brandon. Coffee will be served
at 9:30 a.m. followed by the business meet-
ing at 10. Following will be a trunk show on
wearable art by Glenna McFarland.
Call: Marjorie Cook, 655-9846.

Bike Fest
Thousands of bikers and motorcycle fans
,will gather downtown to enjoy food, prod-
ucts from more than 70 vendors and spon-
sors, and see thousands of motorcycles Jan.
7 from 5 to 9 p.m. on an eight-square-block
area by the Plant City Train Depot, 102 N.
Palmer St. Admission is free.
Call: 754-3707 or log on to www.plantci-
ty.org.

Teen night
Children ages 12 to 15 are invited to a
teen night Jan. 7 from 7 to 11 p.m. at the
Planteen Recreation Center, 301 Dort St. A
disc jockey will take requests. A $5 admis-
sion covers pizza and soda.
Information: www.plantcitygov.com/
rec, click the Teen link; or call 659-4200,
Ext. 4311.


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Pick of the Week


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo

Santa's open caboose
Retired Seaboard Coastline Railroad engineer Robert "R. W." Willaford, above, and
his wife Felice are offering an "open caboose" from 4 to 8 p.m., Dec. 23-24 at their
home, 908 Joe Mcintosh Road, with Santa Claus, free candy gift bags and a guided
tour by Santa of the 1962 caboose that toured Florida's rails for 30 years. Call the
Willafords at 759-3345 for further details.


Kid's Night Out'
Elementary school students ages 5 to 12
can hang out with friends in a fun, safe
atmosphere while the parents enjoy a night
out. The Kid's Night Out is set for Jan. 7
from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Planteen Recreation
Center. The $5 cost at the door covers the
fun and food (pizza and drinks while they
last).
Call: 757-9166 or visit
www.plantcitygov.com/rec and click the
Kid's Night Out link.

Jo Ann Castle in concert
Jo Ann Castle, discovered by Lawrence
Welk and regarded as one of the finest rag-
time and honky tonk pianists in the world,
will perform Jan. 8 at 7 p.m. at the First
United Methodist Church, 303 N. Evers St.
Tickets are $20 with free parking available
at the First United Methodist Church.
Call: 754-3519.

Free computer classes
First Baptist Church of Plant City, 503 N.
Palmer St., will offer free computer classes
every Tuesday through Feb. 7 at 2 and 6:30
p.m.
Call: 752-4104 to sign up.

Intro to computers
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon -
St., will offer Hands-On Introduction to"
Computer Skills, a beginner's guide to
using a computer, Jan. 11 from 10 to 11 a.m.
Registration required.
Call: 757-9215.

YMCA giving campaign
The annual giving campaign for the
YMCA will begin Jan. 12 with a noon lun-
cheon at the YMCA multi-purpose room,
1507 YMCA Place. Olympic swimmer Tom


Gompf will speak at the event. No admis-
sion.
Call: 757-6677.

The Florida Opry
The Florida Opry will present Stephanie
Ann, Harold Mott & Friends, Jenny Rimmer
and The Kings Messenger Quartet Jan. 14 at
the 1914 Plant City High School Commu-
nity Center, 605 N. Collins St.
Tickets are available for $10 each at
Family & Friends Antique & Collectibles,
1304 S. Collins St. Reserved seats are avail-
able for $12.50.
Call: 752-4049.

'Back to the '50s' fundraiser
The "Back to the '50s Rock 'n' Roll" fund-
raiser is set for Jan. 14 from 6 to 9 p.m. at St.
Clement Catholic Church, 1104 N. Alex-
ander St. All proceeds will benefit the Mul-
tiple Sclerosis Society. Cost: $10 for adults,
$5 for children.
Call: 757 6234 or 719-9695.

Intro to Windows
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., will offer Hnds-On Introduction to
Windows Jan. 18 from 10 to 11 a.m. Learn
how to work in the Windows environment.
Registration required. Call: 757-9215.

Kids' fishing derby
The Plant City Recreation and Parks
Department plans its Kid All-American
Fishing Derby Jan. 21 at the pond near
Plant City Stadium.
The derby is open to children ages 6 to
15. Pre-registratioh ivill be accepted until
Jan. 20 at 5 p.m. For a registration form and
more information, visit
www.plantcitygov.com/rec or call 659-
4255.


CLUB CLIPS

Plant City Rotary
The Plant City Noonday
Rotary Club meets Mondays
at noon at the Ramada Inn,
2011 N. Wheeler St. Call: Bill
Hermance, 707-5590.

Turkey Creek Class of 1961
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1961 meets
the first Thursday of each
month at 6 p.m. at BuddyF-
reddys, 1101 Goldfinch Drive.
The meetings are informal
and all classmates including
nongraduates are invited.
Teachers and staff are also
invited. Call: 752-0118.

VFW Post 4590
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post 4590 meets every first
and third Thursday of the
month at 7 p.m. at 3709 E. U.S.
92. Call: 754-7880.

PCHS Class of 1955
The Plant City High School
Class of 1955 meets the third
Tuesday of each month at 8:
30 a.m. at Fred's Market Res-
taurant, 1401 W. Dr. Martin
Luther King Blvd.

Network Professionals
Network Professionals of
Plant City Inc. meets at 11:45
a.m. Thursday at Kristii's
Restaurant, 110 E. Reynolds
St., Suite 100. Call: Michael
Cameron, 759-1491.

Rotary Daybreak Club
The Rotary Daybreak Club
meets Mondays at 7 a.m. at
the Ramada Inn, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Call: 917-1299.

Kiwanis
The Plant City Kiwanis
Club meets Wednesdays at
noon at the Ramada Inn, 2011
N. Wheeler St. Call: Ken
Gibbs, 752-6171.

Strawberry Singles
Strawberry Singles Club
invites singles to a dance
every Friday from 8 p.m. to
midnight at the Stardust
Dance Center in Plant City
Plaza, 1401 Collins St. The cost
is $5 for members, $7 for
nonmembers. Call: 752-9277
or 759-2063.

PCHS Class of 1951
The Plant City High School
Class of 1951 meets the
second Tuesday of the month
at the Orange Blossom Tea
Room, 106 S. Evers St. Call:
752-8479.

Turkey Creek Class of 1955
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1955 meets
the fourth Thursday of the
month at 8:30 a.m. at BuddyF-
reddys, 1401 W. Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Call: 986-1193.

Lions Club
The Plant City Lions Club
meets Tuesdays at noon at
the Ramada Inn, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Call: Judy Barta,
752-6193.

PCHS Class of 1958
The Plant City High Class
of 1958 meets for breakfast
the fourth Tuesday of every
month at 8:30 a.m. at Fred's
Farmers Market Restaurant,
1401 Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd.
Call: 659-0421.


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BETTY'S PLACE



Anniversary Couple Woke Up To Surprise


BETTY
BRIGGS
/
Columnist


Lifelong Plant City resi-
dents Rick and Dyanna
Hinson recently woke up on
their 25th anniversary to a
surprise.
Friends had planted 50
pink flamingos on their lawn
toting a happy anniversary
message. Rick, a member of
the popular Southern Star
Bluegrass Band, works for
Hamilton Engineering and
Surveying in Tampa, and
Dyanna is a teacher at Plant
City High School.
The surprises didn't stop
there.
Bill and Barbara Miller also
joined 30 friends and family
members for a surprise
anniversary celebration
aboard the Yacht StarShip.
The special yacht dinner and
party was designed and
decorated by Dyanna's sister,
Cyndi Miller.
Rick and Dyanna, who were
childhood sweethearts, have
two sons, Brandon and
Dustin.
God bless you all and I've
heard that Southern Star
Bluegrass has a new CD
coming out, How about
sending me details?


Photos courtesy of Hinson family
Rick and Dyanna Hinson's
wedding picture from Nov. 29,
1980.


Photos courtesy of Cyndi Miller
A flock of pink flamingos landed in Rick and Dyanna Hinson's yard for a special surprise 25th
anniversary celebration.


Photo courtesy of Richard Brown
Kathryn Peters-Brown and her
first fish, caught at Marco
Island on Thanksgiving.

Congratulations to 'Katie'
Kathryn "Katie" McLean
graduated last week with a
degree in planning and
master's in public adminis-
tration from Florida State
University.
This enterprising young
woman's parents are Alex and
Carolyn McLean, grandpar-
ents are Nancy McLean and
Richard and Carmen Pride-
more.
Congratulations!

Joyce Gatlin stays in touch
It's always nice to see
familiar faces enjoying new
places. Joyce Gatlin, who
taught many years at Cork
Elementary, sent me a picture
of her United Methodist
Church group. They recently
traveled to Ocala to view the
artwork at the Queen of
Peace Church.
"We really appreciated the
hospitality there," she said.
While Joyce now lives in
Steinhatchee, she still keeps
in touch with Plant City
through The Courier.


Kathryn's big catch
There's a saying about kids
not forgetting something they
learn early. Six-year-old Kath-
ryn Peters-Brown, daughter
of Richard Brown and April
Peters, will never forget her
first catch, a 3-pound catfish
she pulled in all by herself.
Great uncle and aunt Jim
and Barbara Sutton helped
guide her hand as she made
the catch at Marco Island.
She also used a hook without
a barb so the fish could be
returned to the water without
harm.


Son returns home early
My family has a tradition of
drawing names and trying to
pick out that one special gift
for Christmas Day. -
I don't know who got my
name this year, but I've


Photo courtesy of Joyce Gatlin
Enjoying the nativity scene at Queen of Peace Church painted by Peggy Watts, an'Ocala artist,
are, from left, Pat Harris, Jim Harris, Winford Harris, Joyce Gatlin, Sue Polhemus and Bud Polhe-
mus.


already gotten my present -
all of my children will be in
Florida this Christmas.
Jeannie Norton of Plant
City has received her special
gift, too. Her son, Wesley, a
corporal in the Marines, flew
home a few days early to
surprise her. I heard there
wasn't a dry eye at Wachovia
Bank where Jeannie works
when Wesley showed up.
He's been in Bahrain and
will return to California for
infantry training after the
holidays. While home, the
family will celebrate the
marriage of Wesley's sister,
Tonya, who will marry Bryant
Johnson, youth director at
First United Methodist
Church Dec. 20 in Plant City.
God bless this special
family, and, I am like Jeannie,
praying for a quick end to the
war.

HappFy birthdays
Happy December birthdays
to Kiwanians Williard
McGinnes and Robert Trinkle.
I hope your family has a
blessed Christmas.


Send items to gabylee@ao-
l.com or mail or hand deliver
to The Courier, C/O Betty
Briggs, 101 N. Wheeler St.,
Plant City, FL 33566.


BETTY BRIGGS/Photo
Jeannie Norton and son, U.S. Marine Cpl. Wesley Couch. Wesley
returned home early to surprise his mom at Christmas.


Photo courtesy of Nancy McLean
Carolyn McLean, left, Katie McLean and Alex McLean celebrate
Katie's graduation from Florida State University Dec. 17.




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Why couldn't Plant City
officials have found a better
response in handling the
nativity scene in McCall Park?
Hauling away Joseph, Mary,
and you know who in the
back of a pickup truck and
suggesting later they were
breaking up a crime scene
doesn't sit well with the
people of this community.
OK, granted there are
constitutional issues, but the
cities of Bartow, St. Peters-
burg, Brooksville, and Pasco
County have found ways for
*their cities to express their
religious views without
offending their communities.
Plant City officials should
have taken a lesson from
those communities.
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created division among us, a


kind of chip-on-your-shoul-
der attitude in celebrating
Jesus' humble birth.
The Plant City community
should thank Mayor John
Dicks for getting involved and
doing the right thing. The
mayor's involvement and the
revival of the nativity scene in
McCall Park helped to dispel
any contentiousness over how
someone else is or isn't
celebrating.
A spirit of generosity and
tolerance, of sharing the
occasion instead of contesting
its ownership, is consistent
with one of the most fondly
remembered of the Gospel of
Luke's themes: On Earth,
peace and good will.
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The Friends of Christmas
Plant City


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Daughters attend convention
Members of Plant City Chapter 1931 of the Daughters of the
Confederacy Carolyn Hankins, left, Carole Shelton, Diana
Shuman, Sara Jo Reynolds and Claudette Waddell attended
the Florida State Convention in Clearwater earlier this year.
Dee Walnorfer and Donna Kelly also attended. For more
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SCar, truck show benefit
A slow morning drizzle and chilly temperatures didn't stop
hundreds of people from showing up at McCall Park Dec. 17
for the High Rollers Car Club's 19th annual car and truck
: y show. Above, a 1971 C-10 Chevy pickup, customized by
S .. Robert and Kye Elliot of Plant City, drew lots of attention.
SThe event wasmin conjunction with the fifth annual Mason
Dixon Q105 Christmas Wish show. All proceeds from the
event, which saw Plant City's Garyelvis perform, benefited
S ... Mason Dixon's Christmas Wish. The monthly Strawberry
Classic Car Show followed the event. Victoria K, left, a 14-
S year-old singer from Holiday, performed twice during the
shows. She also will be performing Jan. 28 at the Florida
Opry in Plant City.


Christmas In The Park
Hundreds of toys were given out to youngsters who
might otherwise have had very little this Christmas at
Christmas In The Park Dec. 17 at Marie B. Ellis Park. Santa
helped hand out gifts to all children between the ages of
1 and 12. The event, which was organized by the Plant City
Recreation and Parks Department, also featured a bicycle
raffle. Donations from local businesses and churches as
well as the Desaime Club, helped make the event possi-
ble. Above, children and their families register for toys.
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752-2858
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Calvary Community:
5209 Snuih-ityalsSRd
Dover Downwing Si, 659-2900
Plant City: 2103 Mudake R, 752-4591
Corkey Creek: arkey Creek Rd
at SR 60, 737-1331
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1702 N. TayorRd, 96-R1916
CHURCH OF GOD
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KingswayFrsL-2808KinstwayN.,
Seffioer, 657-7500
Plant Cty: Grace Feliouship
713Alsobmok St, 361-8190
rst: N. Gordon and6Baker1St,
752-6438
Gospel Tabernacle:
Alen & Haloes St
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St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
752-5061
FULL OSPEL
Destiny Chrch of Plant City
1112 N. Wheeler St.,
813-659-2181
HOULINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 W Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
728 W. Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds A, 754-3843
Restoration Assembly:'
106S. Evers St.
EvangelistsforJesus
Tabernacle:
SR 574, E. ofDover, 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Growth Center
1310 N. Shannon, 719-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 B. Tomlin St, 754-1133
Deeper Life Fellowship:
CovlilaR4 WVof SR39 N.
Revival Outreach Center
225 N. Dover Rd, 681-2250
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kangdamn Hall:
3202 N. Maryland Ave,
752-3345
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church ofJesus Christ IDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, 752-6364
LUTHERAN
Hope LCaIS: 2001 Park Blvt,
752-4622
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16 THE COURIER DECEMBER 22, 2005


Fallen Student Was Just A Real Solid Kid'


SOLDIER GRADUATED IN 2003
By LINDA CHION KENNEY
lchion@mediageneral.com
Marc Delgado was laid to rest less
than two years after his graduation
from Durant High School, where he
was remembered as a good-natured
jokester who early on had a clear goal
in mind.
Peggy Voss, formerly Peggy Thomas,
taught Delgado for four years in her
culinary arts classes. She was on the
phone with her nephew, a Marine in
California, when she saw the televised
news account of Delgado's death in
Iraq. Army Spc. Marc Delgado of Lithia
died Nov. 24 in Baghdad when an
improvised bomb exploded, causing
the Humvee he was in to flip into a
canal.
"I dropped the phone and started
crying and I cried the entire week,"
Voss said about hearing the news. "I've
taught for 23 years and not many stu-
dents touch my heart the way he did.
Marc had a very soft, gentle, nurturing
soul. And he was one of those people
who had such a witticism about him.
He could make you feel so good about
yourself and not even realize he was
doing it."
Voss remembers a student who
reached out to her after she lost her
father in 1999 and her mother two
years later. Delgado himself was
buried Dec. 6 at age 21, following
funeral services at Providence Baptist
Church in Riverview. He was the 28th
Tampa Bay area serviceman to die in
the war, which started days before his
high school graduation.
"He would just come in and give me
hugs," Voss said. "He would always


make me laugh."
The mood was somber at Durant
this month as word spread that they
had lost a second Durant High School
graduate in less than a year in Iraq.
Lance Cpl. James Philips, also 21, died
Dec. 23 as a result of enemy action in
Al Anbar Province. He was trained in
Camp Pendleton, Calif., and assigned
to the 3rd Battalion, 5th Marine Regi-
ment, 1st Marine Division, 1st Marine
Expeditionary Force. Delgado was
with. the 170th Military Company,
504th Military Police Battalion, 42nd
Military Police Brigade. He was trained
in Fort Lewis, Wash.
Durant Principal Pamela Bowden,
whose son, Chip, played football with
Delgado, said Delgado "was always
smiling and always up to something.
"He was very mischievous but he
knew how to not take advantage," she
said. "He was just a real solid kid, just
wholesome."
Social studies department head
Doug Schertz offered a similar asses-
sment of Delgado, who graduated in
2003 with plans to join the military.
"He had a strong wit, but also the
wisdom to know where the line was,"
Schertz said. "In the hallways you
would always verbally joust with him.
He was just a heck of a kid. If you had a
son, he had a lot of what you would
want your son to be."
Delgado's death caused for many a
deeper thinking of the war in Iraq.
"I believe in the red, white and blue,
but I hate that we're losing our own
and especially ones so close to home,"
Voss said. "I'm still, wondering what
we're getting out of it. I just hate that
we're losing these kids who didn't
even have a future. But then again,
Marc was doing what he loved."


Thomas said Delgado had a knack
for cooking and that during his senior
year he expressed his passion for join-
ing the military.
"He said, 'Mrs. Thomas, I don't
think college is for me, I really want to
go into the military,'" she said. "And I
told him, 'You have to follow your
heart.'"
She stressed again that Delgado had
a mischievous side to him, "but he was
never mean,"
"There's not a mean bone in his
body," she said. "I never heard anyth-
ing bad out of that kid's mouth."
As a petite teacher, she remembers
Delgado, at 6-foot-3, giving her "big
old bear hugs." She said Delgado was a
good football player, but that he
"didn't let it goto his head." She said
he wanted to join the military because
he wanted to help.
"He knew the risk. He told me he
needed to do something for our coun-
try and our people," Voss said. "I have
great admiration for him going over
there and pursuing what he was so
passionate about and I'm also very
angry that we're losing so many of our
young kids. We're losing fathers, we're
losing mothers and I honor them and I
treasure what they are doing for us
because we're able to walk in our free
world. But it's costing us, and for what?
I haven't figured it out yet."
Schertz, who teaches a course about
the Vietnam War, said sentiments such
as these is why he is passionate about
his subject matter.
"You know about the war, you see
the casualties, but I don't think it hits
home until it's someone you know,
even in a small way," he said. "It makes
the war more personal."
But the longer you can talk about it,


File photo
Marc Delgado in his Durant High
School yearbook picture.
about the war and what war means,
the longer you can keep the memory
alive of those who make the ultimate
sacrifice. That's one of the lessons
Schertz teaches in his classes and
remembers every day as he walks the
hallways of Durant High, especially
with the recent passing of a student he
last saw less than two years ago.
"In your head you replay some of
the times you saw Marc in the hallway
or had him in class," Schertz said.
"There's a disconnect between that
and the reality of his death. If I could, I
would tell Marc, 'God loves you,
because you gave all there is to give.'"


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director of the Plant City Photo Archives, during a Dec. 15
reception. Pictured are Mary Ann Sherman, left, Thomas, Edith
Demeritte and Eleanore McDade. Sherman and Demeritte
volunteer at the archives. "It has been a very rewarding experi-
ence," Thomas said. "The archives is important because it
maintains the evidence of the journey of Plant City from its
earliest days to today and continues to document its further
growth." Also on hand enjoying the event were, below, Bill
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S20 THE COURIER DECEMBER 22,2005


IN THE SPIRIT


"In the Spirit," is a new feature highlighting
religious leaders. Each week, The Courier will
profile someone from the major religious
institutions in the area.

The Rev.
Thomas Thoeni
Rector at St.
Peter's Episcopal
Church
Q: How old are you, and how long
have you lived in Plant City?
A: I'm 43 and I was raised in Jack-
sonville. We moved here two and a half
years ago from Christ Church Pensa-
cola where I was assistant to the
rector.
Q: Would you live in Florida without
air conditioning?
A: Well, I did. We didn't have air
conditioning in our house until I was
about 16.
Q: What are two things about Plant
City that float your boat?
A: My wife developed this great
question during the interview process.
"What is the secret jewel of Plant City?"
Every city has something about it,
something only the locals know. Every


single person said, 'The people are the
hidden jewel of Plant City.' I've found
that to be true. You get the best of both
worlds here. Sports, entertainment,
culture, shopping, and then you come
back to your neighborhood.
Q: Anything embarrassing or
unusual ever happen in church?
A: We were having our first child
baptized at the Feast of the Baptism of
Christ. My role was to read.the gospel.
The singing stopped and I was com-
pletely oblivious. The rector, my
mentor Matt Curran, yelled out, "Tom,
you have the gospel reading!" I was
completely embarrassed, but the con-
gregation had a good chuckle.
Q: What is your favorite Christmas
carol?
A: The first thing that comes to mind
is "Silent Night." I love the way we use
it at the midnight service. We turn
down the lights, sing "Silent Night,"
and quietly leave the church. It's para-
doxically anticlimactic.
Q: Do you know any good preacher
jokes?
A: An Episcopal priest was invited to
a Pentecostal church. He was amazed
at the powerful preaching. He asked
the preacher how he did that. The Pen-
tecostal said, "I just get up and I preach
whatever God tells me." The priest
See SPIRIT, Page 21


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went home and said, "I'm going to do
that." So he didn't do any homework
or any study, and he didn't write a
manuscript. He got up in the pulpit
and, sure enough, God spoke to him.
God said, "You have not done your
homework! You are not prepared!"
Q: If someone gave you $100,000, no
strings attached, what would you do?
A: The first thing I thought would be
buy a bass boat! Of course, I'd give to
charity. I believe that generosity is a
way of life. Then I'd shore up our kids'
education fund and our retirement
fund. But there would be a bass boat.
Q: Any TV shows you try not to
miss?
A: "The West Wing" is very impor-
tant to me. I've learned a lot about

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Sunday from 5 to 6:15 p.m.: Free
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There also is a class for children ages 5
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leadership.
When it was at its peak, it was an
amazing show.


Q: What do you like to do for fun?
A: I read. I spend time with my
family. I have a very large CD collec-
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I have a dream that when I retire I'll
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Q: Is there a celebrity you would like
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A: Bob Dylan. There's no doubt in
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Q: Apart from the Bible, what book
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A: I've just finished "Cider House-
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with the Lord's Supper celebration at
6:30 p.m.
Dec. 25: Sunday school at 9:15 a.m.
and Christmas worship service at 10:
30 a.m. There will be no evening wor-
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Christmas morning service
Church on the Rock, 301 E. Also-
brook St., plans a Christmas morning


music also really affect me more than
anyone else, Bob Dylan.
Q: Share something that makes you
proud of your wife.
A: I married Quincey Bertcher in
1986. She is one of the bravest people if
not the bravest person I know. I say
that in the fullest sense of the word
bravery.
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Q: How is your son?'
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Q: Where's your favorite place to
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service at 10:30.
Call: 752-3740.

Christmas at Hope Lutheran
The Hope Lutheran Church, 2001 N.
Park Road, plans the following Christ-
mas schedule:
Christmas Eve, 7 p.m.: Family-style
candlelight worship.
Christmas Eve, 10:30 p.m.: A
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Orlando at The Grand Cypress. It's
amazingly decadent. Every time I go
there I bless the chefs hands. Some-
thing like, "God bless these hands
because tonight you will give us a fore-
shadowing of the Great Eternal Ban-
quet." It's that good.
Q: What would be the best way to
spend a night out?
A: We rarely go out by ourselves. We
enjoy our friends and the company of
friends. We have our best nights when
we are with friends.
We both know that we are commu-
nity-based people and that's one of
the things we loye about Plant City and
St. Peter's.
DEREK MAUL
Do you have someone you would
like to see us profile in this column?
Call Derek Maul at 245-2304 or e-mail
him at derekmaul@gmail.com.


Holy Communion.
Christmas Day: 9:15 a.m. Service
with Holy Communion.
Call: 752-4622.

St. Clement services
St. Clement Catholic Church, 1104
N. Alexander St., will be permanently
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canes and stuffed
animals at South
Florida Baptist
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hospital's Team
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children and adults
and featured free
food, music and visits
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and Gina Blake. The party was a family affair for the Blakes;
their children, Christina and Kyle, played elves at the event.


Candy the Clown (Mario Zacchini) paints Elizabeth
Morris' face. The the hula hoop contest, left, drew
some enthusiastic contestants.


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feast for
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volunteers
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organize the event with Leon Fisher,
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pleased with the turnout. Kyle
Wakefield, left, carved up the prime
rib for guests.


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brought closer to Brummer last month
when 24 members of a fifth-grade class
at Walden Lake Elementary School wrote
him letters.
The Brummers' two children, Sara, 10,
and Caroline, 5, are both students at the
school. Sara is in the fifth grade. Caroline
is a kindergartner.
"The letters to Kuwait were wonder-
ful," Laura Brummer said. "They (the
students) are such great writers. They all
had something meaningful to say."
The letter writing idea came from fifth-
grade teacher Sandra Smith.
"Miss Smith asked the class to write to
my dad," Sara said. "And then he wrote
us back. He sent us flags that flew over
the camp where he is working. And he
sent pictures, too. He said he was happy
to get all those letters. I am happy we are
doing something to make my dad feel
better. Now he knows what we are doing
at school. And that we are thinking about

A letter from overseas

The following is the letter leffrey
Brummer wrote to his daughter Sara's
fifth-grade class at Walden Lake Ele-
mentary School.

Thank you very much for your letters.
I enjoyed reading them and hearing
about everything you are doing in Mrs.
Smith's reading class. It sounds like you
are all learning a lot and are keeping
very busy. It sounds like fifth grade is a
lot harder today than when I went to
school.
I will try and answer most of your
questions about what I do, where I stay,
what I eat and how it is living in the
desert.
My official job is Camp Virginia
operations officer. As the operations
officer my job is to ensure that all the
engineering, construction, housing and
base security is being done. Most of my
dealings with the camp are with con-
tractors from Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and
the United States. My staff is also


him."
Laura Brummer agreed.
"The letters help Jeff feel he is still a
part of Sara's life through her friends at
school," she said. "He likes hearing from
them. But it also reminds him of what he
is missing. It is a double-edged sword. He
tries to call us in the morning before the
girls go off to school, so he can say hello."
All of Sara's classmates were enthusi-
astic when asked about the letters.
Nyla Foster, 10, said she told Brummer
about this year's hurricanes.
"I asked him what it was like in
Kuwait," Foster said. "I told him how
Sara was doing in school, and how I was
doing. I told him Sara was winning all the
class contests and no one else was
winning."
Alyssa Cremeans, 10, said she thanked.
Brummer for sending the flags.
"I told him how school was going and
what a good friend Sara was," Cremeans
said.
Krystal Cunningham, 11, said she
learned about the weather in Kuwait.
"He told us it was like holding a blow

responsible for placing all the soldiers
when the come to Camp Virginia.
I live in a tent with three other
soldiers. The tent has air conditioning
and a wood floor so it is not bad. The
only bad item is the wind constantly
blowing the flaps on the sides of the
tent. The tent I am staying in usually
holds 14 soldiers so us having four is
pretty good.
The food here is very good. We have
two mess halls that are open for break-
fast, lunch, dinner and a midnight meal.
Every' Friday we have seafood night
where they serve us either crab legs or
lobsters. The rest of the meals are very
good. Every meal you have a choice of
hamburgers, hot dogs, pizza and French
fries in the short-order line and you also
have the main menu line that has four
different choices of meals with vege-
tables. They also have a sandwich bar,
potatoes bar, pasta bar and every other
day a Mexican bar. (If you like desserts
then you would love the food here. They
have Baskin-Robbins ice cream, lots of
cookies and cakes plus over 10 different
kinds of ice cream bars. The food over


dryer to your face. It's real hot there,"
Cunningham said. "The pictures that he
sent us showed a group of camels
standing in a wind storm. There wasn't
any people in that picture. Just camels."
Austin Baker, 11, said his uncle and
grandfather were in the military and his
mother and her friends are sending
boxes to soldiers fighting overseas.
"So they can have something for
Christmas," he said.
"What stands out for me," Baker said,
"is that while he has to fight, he knows all
our names. And he makes all of us feel
special."
Baker said he met Sara's father while
at school one day. "He came to school to
eat lunch with Sara at school. He was a
very nice man. I would like to talk to him
again. I hope he comes home again real
soon," he said.
That sentiment seems to be felt by
everyone. "That is what we all want,"
Laura Brummer said. "When I asked
Caroline what she wanted for Christmas,
she said she wanted her daddy to come
back home. That is what we all want."

here is very good.)
Living in the desert is very different
than howv it is in Florida. Everything you
see here is brown. There is no grass or
trees or anything that is of the color
green. The temperature gets over 110
degrees every da\. It is hot but because
there is no humidity it does not feel as
hot as Florida at 90 degrees. The wind is
always blowing very strongly in the
desert It feels like someone is holding a
hair dryer to your face.
My work schedule is very long. My
day and most of my staff starts their day
with a wake-up at 5 a.m. We do physical
training from 5:30 to 6:30 a.m. Monday
through Friday. We are at work at 7:30
a.m. and leave the office around 7:30 or
8 p.m. at night. When I get done with
work, I enjoy going back to my tent and
reading a book or sometimes watching a
modie. There is no television here or
movie theater. We have a small store
about the size of a convenience store
that sells movies and food.
Thank you again for your great letters.
Take care and enjoy your time in the
fifth grade.


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Santa Story At First Presbyterian


CHILDREN PERFORM
Staff Report
There were a more than a
few ohhhs and ahhhs when
First Presbyterian Learning
Center presented "Santa's
Favorite Story."
More than 60 youngsters
participated in the event
with two performances Dec.
15, which were directed by
Karen Romero with engineer
Colin Knight.
The participants were:
Sunshine group: Katie
Briggs, Madison Brown,
Gracie Hinton, Jaiden
Lawson, Elijah Reed and
Cole Swartman. Teachers:
Kim Prevatt and Tami
Meyer.
Rainbow group: Blake
Bennett, Marisa Gorra, Eden
Guynn, Adie Kilton, Kellie
Annie Kirkland, Jillian
Sparkman, Dawson Traf-
fanstedt and Raegan Tucker.
Teachers: Yvonne Aguero
and Summer Adams.
Clown group: Megan
Edwards, Baylie Jones, Jack-
son Knotts, Aislinn LaBar-
bera, Danjen Pergament,
Robbie Pfost, Sophia San-
tana and Zachary Spivey.
Teachers Garnette Hum-
phrys and Becky Wyatt.
Green Frogs group:
Philip Aaron, Emily-Eliza-
beth Clark, Ashlynn Demp-
sey, Sierra Diers, Jaggar
DiNicolantonio, Kayla Her-
nandez, Morgan Manigold,
Lainee Meyer, Joey Morgan,
Jonah Spivey, Brianna Stone
and Blake Turner. Teachers:
Linda Morton and Terri
Linton.
Brown Bears group:


Photo courtesy of Kim Morgan
Young performers do their rendition of "Rudolph the Red
Nosed Reindeer.":'


Alexis Abella, Noah Carter,
Hunter Croslin, Nate Hard-
wick, Corey Nelson, Hous-
ton Polk, Alex Shuckerow,
Mary-Catherine Stephens,
Jade Weyand and Corbett
Wyatt. Teachers: Joy Crosby
and Tara Philphot.
Red Dinos group: Robert
Briggs, Ty Brown, Ethan
Cedre, Zachary Cothren,
Sarah Dusse, Benjamin
Edwards, Haley Manigold,
Brianna Moore, Larry Tre
Ragan, Christopher Rodri-
guez and Shelby Stone.
Teachers: Janie Bean and
Jackie Chutter.
White Rabbits: Lily
Batley, Michael Coton,
Carson Darrow, Matthew
DelCastillo, Nicholas Hack-
ney, Cole Hanson, Kenneth
Hattaway, Aidan Keel,
Peyton Martin, Hannah
Ninan, Katherine Ruppert
and Callie Sierra. Teachers:
Tina Sikes and Shawnia
Kummelman.
Purple -Pandas group:
Cole Adams, Blake Folsom,


Finney Gallagher, Jett
Hardee, Ian Keel, Kristopher
Lopez, Rez Lott, Dalton
McMath, William Brady,
Caleb Moore, Lauryn Shakes,
Emily Tidey, Camryn Wine-
inger and Katelyn Yar-
brough. Teachers: Jerry
Plumk and Debbie Layton.
Blue Bugs group: Sebas-
tian Brock, Abbie DeWeese,
Yih-Ching Gallagher, Sam
Heyseck, Braxton Plunk,
Layne Pullen, Joey Putnall,
Reid Schmidt, Mayson
Sparkman, Sydney Swart-
man and Keaton Walding.
Teachers: Julie Beach and
Tammy Joyner.
Yellow Birds group: Ken-
nedy Cullins, Kendall Gaud-
ens, Zachary Gilbertsen,
Dalton Hunt, Johnathan
Johnson, Nick Luscko,
Taylor Manning, Karlie Reed
and Georgia Zapata. Teach-
ers: Linda DiFani and Lauri
Wiggins.
The Rev. Dave Delph is
the church pastor.


Fruit Cake Cookies tops
Christmas Cookie Contest

loyce Jordan's recipe for
Fruit Cake Cookies topped all
other entries in the Courier's
Christmas Contest.
Jordan won rwo tickets to
the Victorian Christnmas Stroll
at the Henry B. Plant Museum,
which is on the campus of the
University of Tampa.
Thank you to everyone that
entered
fhe following are a sample
of some of the best entries,
along with the winning entry

Fruit Cake Cookies:
Joyce Jordan
Ingredients:
1 lb. candied pineapple
14 oz. pkg. coconut
1 lb. candied cherries
4 cups chopped pecans
2 boxes fellow Duncan
Hines butter cake nux
2 family size instant vanilla
pudding mix
6 eggs
1 cup oil
1 1/3 cup water
2 tablespoons lemon
extract
2 tablespoons vanilla extract
Directions:
Cut pineapple and cherries
in small pieces. Add pecans to
fruit. Combine cake mixes and
pudding mixes. Add eggs, oil.
flavoring, water and mix well.
Before adding fruit and nuts,
sprinkle flour over them and
mix well until lightly coated.
Add to batter and mix.
Grease cookie sheet and
drop mixture one tablespoon
at a time on cookie sheet, mash
with fork lightly. Bake at 325
degrees for 15 minutes. Let set
five minutes before removing
to cooling rack.


Strawberry Cookies:
.Bethany Boston
Ingredients:
1 box strawberry cake mix
2 cups thawed Cool Whip
1 egg
112 cup confectioners' sugar

Directions:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Mix cake mix, two cups. Cool
Whip and one egg together.
Drop one tablespoon into
powdered .,ugdr. It should be
in somewhat of a ball. Grease
cookie sheet thoroughly. Bake
10-15 minutes depending on
oven. Optional. Add finely
chopped pecans to the mix.

Caleb's 'Uglyicious' Cookies:
Caleb Myers
Ingredients:
i cup brown sugar
1/2 cup white sugar
1 1/2 cups semi-sweet choc-
olate chips
1 1/2 cups mini marshmal-
lows
2 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 cup unsalted butter
1 egg
1 teaspoon vanilla extract

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Beat butter in a medium bowl.
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sugar, salt and baking soda
into butter until blended. In a
small bowl beat egg and vanilla
together.
MLix egg mixture into butter
mixture. Stir in chocolate chips
and marshmallows. Drop tea-
spoonfuls onto a greased
cookie sheer.
Bake eight minutes or until
lightly browned.


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SPORTS


CYRIL FERNANDEZ/Photos
Left, Durant freshman Terrance Frasier drives past Plant City's
Chyijuan Cooper on the way to two of his team-high 14 points as the
Cougars defeated the Raiders 50-48 Friday night. Above, another
Cougar freshman, A.J. Garden, goes hard to the rim. Garden poured in
12 points for Durant as the team won its first district game of the year.
Cooper led all scorers with 18 on the night.


Cougars Hold On, Nip Raiders In Exciting Boys Basketball Finish


I1ST DISTRICT WIN

FOR DURANT
ByDAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
In one of the more memorable fin-
ishes in the history of the rivalry, the
Durant Cougars held on to edge Plant
City 50-48 Friday night in the first Class
6A-District 8 win for Durant. Plant City
nearly overcame a late 11-point defecit
before a strong crowd that packed the
home stands at the Durant gym.
Both teams do not have another
regular season game until school picks
up again, however each is playing in
holiday tournaments. This week, the
Raiders are in Auburndale before play-
ing in New Port Richey next week.
Durant is in Hudson starting Dec. 28.
A young Cougar lineup got one of its
few tastes of a down-to-the-wire game
on Friday, and learned about one ele-
ment of close victories: hitting free
throws. Durant did the job there,
making 26 of 32 for the game. It was
the third time this season Durant has


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Plant City Community
Little League registration
Registration for the Plant
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spring baseball and softball
seasons will be held Jan. 7 and
14 from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the
baseball complex at 1903 E.
Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Cost is $45 per child.
A copy of the child's birth
certificate and proof of resi-
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Play begins in mid-February
and runs through May.


attempted at least 30 free throws.
"That is a tribute to our kids execu-
ting offensively and getting the ball in
good scoring position," said Durant
head coach Jeff Shotwell. "Plant City
really turned up their intensity level ...
but we made our free throws down the
stretch."
Durant did a good job early on, too,
making all 10 of its attempts in the first
half. In fact, the Cougars led at half-
time despite only having made a
couple of 2-point baskets compared to
six for Plant City; Durant had two 3-
pointers to go with the 10 foul shots,
good enough for a 20-17 lead.
For the game, Plant City made more
than twice as many field goals as
Durant, 21-10.
Still, in the second half it looked like
a Durant runaway. Durant started to
inch away in the third quarter, getting
the lead up to as many as seven
points.
Terrance Frasier, who as a freshman
has already become a standard in the
Cougar lineup as the team's leading
scorer, hit a 3-pointer to push the lead
to 37-29, right after the Raiders had


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7 and 14 from 8:30 a.m. to
noon at Mike Sansone Park on
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came up empty on a three-on-one fast
break.
Jason Brown hit a 3-pointer to cut
the Durant lead to 40-33, then made a
move to the basket before Durant's
Josh Fussell made an incredible block
of Brown's shot, after it looked like
Brown had a clear angle to the basket.
"Josh is such a competitor in his
own quiet way, and Jason is maybe the
best athlete in this county," Shotwell
said. "It was such an impact play. It
was in the midst of their run and if
Jason scores there, that might have
really changed things. Josh has made
some really big plays on the football
field and on the baseball diamond, but
that has to be one of his best plays in a
Durant Cougar uniform, period."
Led by Chyijuan Cooper, the Raiders
staged a big rally in the closing min-
utes. Cooper, who led all scorers with
18 points, scored on three straight pos-
sessions to reduce a 44-35 margin
down to 45-42, sinking a 3-pointer
with 1:28 to play.
Fussell calmly hit a pair of free
throws and then the Raiders turned
the ball over, but Plant City stole the


only for the Challenger Fishing Derby at its
League. 1904 S. Park Road.


A copy of child's birth certif-
icate and proof of residence
will be required at registra-
tion.
Play begins in mid-February
and runs through May.
Call: 752-8941.

Fishing Derby registration
Plant City Parks and Recrea-
tion Department is accepting
preregistrations to its semi-
annual Kids All-American


The event is schedu
Jan. 21 with preregis
through Jan. 20 and o
registration beginning
a.m. the day of the
which will take place fro
to 11:30 a.m. at Plant Ci
dium.
Prizes will be award
largest fish, first bass c
first catfish caught and
fish caught.
Anglers must be acc


ball back and Channing Woodall con-
verted a layup to make the score 47-44
with a minute to play.
Plant City then had a look to tie the
game but Rod Henderson barely
missed a 3. Woodall hit two free
throws, though, and the score was 47-
46 with 33 seconds left. Cooper then
fouled out and Fussell made both free
throws.
Woodall again scored with eight sec-
onds left, but Plant City could not foul
Durant until 1.7 seconds were left on
the clock, leaving a desperation half-
court shot as the Raiders' only chance
atwinning.
Frasier, who just turned 15 recently,
scored 14 points and A.J. Garden,
another freshman, scored 12 for the
Cougars.
"Frasier has the potential to be one
of the better scorers in the county. His
consistency is an issue at times, but we
have worked hard on that the last two
weeks. He understands that," Shotwell
said.
The teams meet again next month
for a rematch at Plant City with the city
championship on the line.


office,' nied by an adult and need to
bring their own poles and
led for bait.
tration The pond contains nine
on-site varieties of fish.
at 8 Registration forms are avail-
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m 8:30 rec.
ity Sta- Call: Steve Rossiter, 659-
4200, Ext. 4311, or e-mail sros-
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RESOLUTION NO 293-2005
A RESOLUTION PROVIDING
NOTICE OF HEARING ON
PROPOSED SUBDIVISION
PLAT OF ALEXANDER
WOODS TOWNHOMES, A
SUBDIVISION IN SECTION
5, TOWNSHIP 29 SOUTH,
RANGE 22 EAST,
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY,
FLORIDA:
SECTION 1. The City
Commission of the City of
Plant City, Florida, does
hereby give notice of
hearing on the approval of
proposed subdivision plat
of Alexander Woods
Townhomes a subdivision
in Section 5, Township 29
South, Range 22 East,
Hillsboroug h County,
Florida.
SECTION 2. The City
Commission will hold a
public hearing on the
approval of the subdivision
plat at it's meeting in the
Sadye Gibbs Martin
Auditorium of the Nettle
Berry Draughon Municipal
Building 302 West
Reynolds Street (City Hall),
Plant City, Florida on
January 9, 2006 at7:30'p.m.,
or as soon thereafter asthe
matter may be heard, at
which time interested
parties and citizens may
appear and be heard with
respect to the proposed
subdivision.
SECTION 3. A resolution
approving said subdivision
plat shal be considered by
the City Commission upon
the conclusionofthe public
hearing.
SECTION 4. The proposed
subdivision plat may be
inspected by the public at
the office of the City Clerk
at the Nettle Berry
Draughor Municipal
Building (City Hall), 302
West Reynolds Street,
Plant City, Florida.
SECTION 5. All persons are
advised that if a person
decides to appeal any
decision made by the City
Commission with respect
to any matter considered
at such meeting, he will
need a record of the
proceedings, and for such
purpose he may need to
ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings
is made which record
includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the
appeal isto be based.
SECTION 6. In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabilities Act any person
with a disability requiring
r e a s o n a b le
accommodation in order to
participate in this meeting
shouldcall the City Clerk at
813-659-4200 at least 48
hours prior to the public
hearing.
SECTION 7. At the public
hearing referred in Section
1 herein, all speakers shall
be limited to three (3)
minutes, unless the
speaker request the City
Clerk for additional time no
less then forty eight (48)
hours prior to said public
hearing. In the event
speakers) request
additional time the
determination of the
amount of time to. be
allowed shall be at the
discretion of the Mayor,
but no speaker shall


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enfifteen (15) minutes.
SECTION 8. This resolution,
as notice of said public
hearing, shall be published
by the City Clerk in the
Courier issue of December
22 2005
Adopted by the City
Commission on December
12,2005.
John L Dicks
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
Virginia L Helper
City Clerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with the
provisions of Florida law
there being due and unpail
charges for which the
undersigned is entitled to
satisfy an owner's lien of
the goods hereinafter
described and stored at
Uncle Bob's Self Storage
located at: 1005 S.
Alexander St., Plant City,
Florida 33563.
813-759-9526. And, due
notice having been given
to the owner of said
property and all parties
known to claim an interest
therein, and the time
specified in such notice for
payment of such having
expired, the goods will be
soldatpublicauctionatthe
above stated address to
the highest bidder or
otherwise disposed of on
Wednesday, January 11,
2006 at 9:30AM.
JENNIFER GUEVARA
AGUINO:
Household Goods,
Ftuniture, Boxes
KAROU DAWSON:
Household Goods, Boxes,
Appliances, TV's or Stereo
Equipment
DANIEL BROWN:
Household Goods
LISA POE:
Household Goods,
Furniture, Boxes, TV's or
Stereo Equipment
WILLIAM BENDER:
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furniture, Boxes, Sporting
goods, Appliances, TV'S or
Stereo Equipment, Office
Equipment, Account
Records
STEPHANIE HARDNETT:
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Tools, Christmas Items,
Bikes (Few)
MICHAEL GARY:
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLS-
BOROUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVILACTION
CASE NO: 05-DR-21202
IN RE Marriage of
REXADANFORD
Petitioner
vs.
LYNNC.DANFORD
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: LYNN C. DANFORD
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage has been
filed against you and you
are requested to serve a
copy of your answer and/
or pleading to the
Petition on REX A DAN-
FORD 624 South Collins
Street, Plant City, Florida
33563, and file the original
answer and/or pleading
with Clerk of the above-
styled Court on or before
the9th day of January 2006;
otherwise a judgment may
be entered for the reguesz-
ed relief demanded in the
Complaint
WITNESS my hand and seal
of said Court on this 1st
day of December 2005.
Pat Frank
Clerk of the Circuit Court
BY: Ellen P. Neubaum
Deputy Clerk
NO:243212/8;15;22;29,2005
NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with the pro-
visions of Florida Law
there being due and unpaid
charges for which the un-
dersignsed is entitled to sat-
isfy an owner's.Ien of the
goods hereinafter de-
scribed and stored at 1490
East Dr Martin Luther King
Jr Blvd, Seffner, Fl 33584.
813-653-2348. And due no-
tice having been given to
the owner of said property
and all parties known to
claim an interest therein,
and the time specified in
such notice for payment of
such having expired, the
goods will be sold at public
auction at the above stated
address to the highest bid-
der or otherwise disposed
of on Saturday, December
31,2005 at 10:00 AM.
Unit #11 JACK TEMPFER
P.O.BOX 2043, Seffner, Fl.
33583
Unit #3 MARYANN TAYLOR
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Atlantic City, NJ 08401
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for appt. (866)292-5769.
11431 Out Of State
ASHEVILLE, NC AREA
ACREAGE 1 to 8 acre
mountain view and
riverfront homesites
from the $60s. Gated
community, custom
lodge. Near natural hot
springs. Don't miss out!
Call (866)292-5762.
BEAUTIFUL TENNESSEE
MOUNTAIN LOTS
Breathtaking Views Riv-
er Access Ideal for Fish-
ing, Hunting, ATV,
Horseback Riding, Near
Dale Hollow Lake Per-
fect for Cabin Weekend
Get-A-Way. Utilities
Great Investment Prop-
erty. Owner Financing
From $15,900
931-839-2968
BLAIRSVFLLE, GA: 3 acres
w/creek & pasture of-
fered at $109,900
(117291) Taking Reser-
vations lor Lots Spec-
tacular Gated Harbin
Woods starting $39,900;
toll free 1-800-535-6021,
Century 21 (Foxfire Re-
alty Group),
www.C21Foxflre.com


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1143 I out of State |
CAROLINA LAND! No Hur-
ricanes! 20 acres, pond:
'89k, perked, woods
fields. Near Raleigh/
Durham. Email for pic-
tures or call:
(919)693-8984; owner@
newbranch.com
Coastal Southeast
Georgia Large wooded
water access, marsh
view, lake front, and golf
oriented homesites
from the mid $70's Live
oaks, pool, tennis, golf.
(877)266-7376.
www.cooperspoint.com
Come To The Beautiful
Mountains of Murphy,
N.C. Free Brochure In-
vestors Realty
1-800-497-3334 Email:
i n v e s -
torsrlt@brmemc.net
New Log Cabins w/land
From $139,900. 1 Acre
View Lots W/all Utilities
From $27,900 Vacation
Rentals www.investors-
realtyinc.com
East Alabama Mountain
Property For Sale One
hour west of Atlanta in
Piedmont, AL Great for
enjoyment or
investment 33 acres
$115,500. Owner
Financing available. Call
Glenn (850)545-4928.
ESCAPE BEAUTIFUL
WESTERN N.C. MOUN-
TAINS Free Information
& Color Brochure.
Mountain Properties
Spectacular Views Cab-
ins, Homes, Creeks & In-
vestment Acreage Ap-
palachian Land Co.
1-800-213-7919 Murphy
NC's Largest RE Firm
www.appalachian-
land.com
MURPHY NORTH
CAROLINA COOL
SUMMERS MILD
WINTERS Affordable
Homes & Mountain
Cabins CALL FOR FREE
(877)837-2288 EXIT
REALTY MOUNTAIN
VIEW PROPERTIES
www.exitmurphy.com.
A Dock Full of Deals in the
Boating Classifications
evervdav!


1143 I out of State |
MURPHY NORTH CAROLI-
NA AAH! Cool Summers
Mild Winters Affordable
Homes & Mountain Cab-
ins Land Call for Free
Brochure 877-837-2288
Exit Realty Mountain
View Properties
www.exitmurphy.com
N.C. MOUNTAINS
Log cabin $89,900, easy to
finish shell on secluded
site. 1-7 acre parcels
w/million S$ views!
$29,900-$79 900
Free ino 828-256-1004
For Results
Classified Ads
NC MOUNTAINS-Log
cabin $89,900. Easy to
finish cabin on secluded
site. Million $$$ Views
Available on 1-7 acre
parcels $29,900-$79 900.
Free Info Available!
(828)256-1004. ,
NC MOUNTAINS Log cab-
in $89,900. Easy tofinish
cabin on secluded site.
Million $$$ Views Avail-
able on 1-7 acre parcels
$29,900-$79,900. Free In-
fo Available!
1-828-256-1004..
ADVERTISE IN CLASS 631
AND SEE YOUR VAN GO!
NEW Fall Issue FREE
Mountain &Lks REguide
for West No. Carolina .
any 7-11 in Pasco, Pinel-
las & illsborough or
mtlakesreguide.com
NORTH CAROLINA
LAND!!! 39 acres, huge
waterway, ducks, fish,
deer, turkey: $99K. 4
acres, pastures: $39K,
tolling farmland near
Raleigh / Durham. Sur-
veyed, perked, by owner
For pictures call/email.:
owner@new-
b r a n c h c o mn
919-693-8984
North Carolina Gated
Lakefront Community
1.5 acres plus, 90 miles
of shoreline. Never
before offered with 20%
pre-development
discounts, 90%
financing. Call
(800)709-5253.


i 1431 out Of State I
North Carolina Land
Acreage/Homesites 2 to
10 acre tracts. Starting
around $15,000. Call for
free brochures about
our Holiday Sale! 866-
603-LAND www.coun-
trytyme.com
OHIO COUNTRY LIVING 2
story farmhouse w/cen-
tral air. 3BR/1.SBA, large
kitchen, 1st floor laun-
dry. 2.5 car garage, 2
barns and more on 5
acres. S.E. Ohio.
$159,900. Owner Financ-
ing. 740-489-9146
S. Carolina Country Acre-
age By Owner, 8+ acres,
excellent building site.
Nice quiet area. Buy
now, build later, Only
1/2 hour from Myrtle
Beach. $59,900. Owner
Financing. 803-473-7125
SOUTH GEORGIA 47 acres
with Main House, guest
house, barn/workshop
in Thomasvil le Georgia.
$485,000 Call Sue Jack-
son RE/MAX of Thom-
asvi le 229-221-5549 or
toll free 877-226-1655.
(229)226-3911
STOCKS STILL LOW?
Invest in the booming At-
lanta mkt. Buy invest-
ment properties and sell
within 45 days for a
quick profit.$5K min inv.
25% return w/n 45 days.
Serious inquiries only
1-866-871-3226
SUWANNEE VALLEY
FARMS Beautiful 5 Acre
Tracts With Rolling Hills
And Live Oak Trees.
Paved Streets, Restrict-
ed For Houses. Lake
City, Florida. Call For a
Free Brochure.
1-800-545-3501 Dicks
Realty
TENNESSEE ACREAGE 5
acres gorgeous moun-
tain top building site
w/woods, breathtaking
views, river access.
Cumberland Plateau ar-
ea. $39 900 Owner fi-
nancing. 772-263-3775
or 1-800-763-0085 Ask
about our mini vacation.
Classified Ads Prices
well within sight. A se-
lection that's lust right!


1143 I out of State |
TENNESSEE BEAUTIFUL
LAKE LOTS AND HOMES.
Great lakefront living!
Starting at $49,900.
20,000 acre all sports
lake. Nearby golfing.
Close to Nashville,
1-888-292-5253 Grey-
hawk Properties.
Tennessee Waterfront
Land Sale! Direct
Waterfront parcels from
only $9,9001 Cabin
Package from $64 900!
4.5 acres suitable for 4
homes and docks only
$99,900! All properties
are new to the market!
Call toll-free
(866)770-5263 ext. 8.
TEXAS 5400 ACRES
Marketable timber,
deer hogs, duck, turkey
Broker 1-877-800-5263

WESTERN N.C. MOUN-
TAINS Gated Golf Com-
munity. New Phase
Opening. Limited Home
Sites Starting" at
$99,000. 2 Hrs North of
Atlanta. Toll Free:
1-866-997-0700
Western NC
Mountain.Gated Golf
Community. New Phase
Opening.Limited Home
Sites Starting at
$ 99,000.2 Hrs North of
Atlanta.Toll-Free:
(866)997-0700.
WESTERN NC MTNS Near
Lake Lure Acreage
from $24,900. Land &
Log Cabin Shell starting
at $84,900. Waterfau
Preserve area in devel-
opment. 1-828-287-5000
www.BlackRockCaroli-
na.com
Whitewater Living In The
Tennessee Smokies
Gated Waterfront Com-
munity Fall Foliage Sale
Starting low as $46,900
(Limited Lots Available)
Riverfront & Mountain
Views Call Now Buy di-
rect from the developer
& Save Thousands
1-800-559-3095 ext 135
www.rivercrestllc.com
SHOPPING MADE EASY
That's Classified's prom-
ise! Classified delivers!


S1143 out of State |
BEAUTIFUL NORTH
CAROLINA. MUST SEE
BEAUTIFUL & COLORFUL
FALL FOLIAGE!
WESTERN NC
MOUNTAINS Homes,
Cabins, Acreage &
Investments. Cherokee
Mountain Realty GMAC
Real Estate, Murphy
www.cherokee
mountainrealty.com Call
for Free Brochure
(800)841-5868.
150-170
Manufactured
Homes

150 Mobile Home
150 Sales

14 & 16 Wides New 06's
Low as $26,500
Del-Set up-AC-Skirt
More Sq. Feet for the $$
Banks-A(863) 688-4635
Lakeland Nearl-4&98
New 1500 sq feet
3 or 4 bed 2 baths
69,500.00(813)971-6953
(813)759-2959 www.
stewarthomesfla.com
Mobile
155 Homes In
Parks
PLANT CITY 65X14 sr pk
1990 home of merit, ex
cond partlyfurn. $34500
incl lot. 813-759-2824
Mobile
165 Homes With
Property

Just a few left!
1/2 acres
(813)971-6953
(813)759-2959www
.stewarthomesfla.com
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ADVERTISE


180
Commercial Prop.
Lease

S A Executive
1 A i Suites

Executive Suites
For lease, great location
right on US Hwy 19.
Available now!
727-799-1555.
I18ann fc Space
1 Lease

Plant City 750sf, office
space, paved parking,
Excellent location.
1804 W. Baker Suite E
813-764-8030
PLANT CITY, Industrial
Park Office Space for
lease 150 to 3000 sq ft,
Inc. Conference Room
& Break Room. Starting
at $160 per month
Contact: Pierce Lackey
813-865-1191.
The George W. Lackey Co.
PLANT CITY, Industrial
Park Office Space for-
lease 150 to 3000 sq ft,
including Conference
Room & Break Room.
Starting at $160. mo.
Contact Pierce Lackey
813-865-1191. THE-
GEORGE W. LACKEY, CO
FO4R LEASE
9700 SF
Class A Office
Pilot Bank BIdg
12471 W. Linebaugh Ave
813-387-0876
OFFICE SUITES FOR
LEASE (4) INCLUDES
ONLINE ACCESS USE OF
COPIER LOCATED NEAR
175 AND HWY 60. CALL
813-299-9958
1 1i8 | Retail
180C ace

Fishhawk Blvd/Boyette,
Retail & Office space
avail now! Fastest
growing area. From 1000
-000 sf 813-731-8200 or
985-7899
Warehouse
180D -Business
Park Space
South Tampa warehouse
for lease/sale. 3500sf 2
story, new, 1800sf ofc,
2000sf warehouse. Avail
Jan/Feb '05. $2350/mo.
or $475k. 813-300-6082
For sale/lease/option to
buy. Warehouse built
2003.1717 E. Busch Blvd.
1000 to 12,000sf. $109
er sf sale or lease from
675-$700 per 1000 sf.
Security gate, 24 hr ac-
cess. 813-984-1533.
190
Commercial Prop.
Sale

Warehouses
190L Sale

For sale/lease/option to
buy. Warehouse built
203.1717 E. Busch Blvd.
1000 to 12,000sf. $109
per sf sale or lease from
l675-$700 per 1000 sf.
ecuritY ga.e, 24 hr ac-
cess. 813-984-1533.
200-249
Rentals

1200 |1 RoomslRent
SouthHilli C':, Lakeilrunt,
lac near Sun .Cit Cir.
200 Iba. Wo-d l.'our.
appls, Part furnind, rot
tub. dockl. Iruit trees
1':'i mn. utl, Srar.ron
S13 .34-1 162
In Apartments
205 Unfurnished
Avalon Village Apts.
$495 'month-Large Newly
REMODELEDAPTS
Gated Community, Pools
14150JN 22ndjSl lamp,
FL. :i361" i 139i I- .70i)
Avalon Village Apts.
S495 month-Large Newly
REMODELEDAPTS
Gated Community, Pools
14350 N 22nd i Tampa
FL.33613 8t13,971 77)
BUSCH GARDENS AREA
Jbr.ba Ibr In3a.
En Move In
Ne Ap01 in.:es
Great location
813 985-3600
C Wood Spacious 20r 2ba
nwly upqrd.unit SS
Apol. Grar top;& iake
VIeT. ool. rec area. ten-
ni clt & t r rn incI
$1 00 mnu81l-391-3700
HYDE PARK Garden
Apartment 26r 2ba.
vaulted ceilings. avail-
able now. no pets. Ist.
last & security. 603 So.
Melville S90 mo
813.831-5395
South Tampa near AFB on
S Dale MaOry Hy, 3br
lba apt. CHA. W.D
hookup. Move in Imme-
diately. $750, mo $500
oep 800-330 7557 E% 206
Valrico 1 & 2 bdrms
W.D included .
Pool & tennis
515-$705 per month
Call 813 689-5494
CLASSIFIED
WORKS!


Inl DuplPex/ I
207 Triplex

FOR RENTBRAND new du-
plex for lease in river-
view brandon, 4/2.5/2
with play ground, suim
pool, gym, ready to
move in. (813) 545-9900
2n0 Houses
209 Furnished
South Hills. .Lakefront,
2ac near Sun City Ctr,
4bd 2ba, Wood floor,
appis, Part furnshd, 2
car gar, hot tub, dock,
fruit trees. $1500/mo
(yr), $2400/mo (winter).
aron 813-634-1162
21n0 Houses
2I1 Unfurnished
APOLLO BEACH Brand
New, 4BR, 3BA, 3CG,
w/bonus rm, covered
lanai, lake all appliances,
blinds, rawncare incl
$1995 mo. 813-789-2662
APOLLO BEACH Immedi-
ate Occupancy, New
Homes for Rent3 & 4Br,
2'/2Ba Homes, Mr.
Moshe Azoulay, Point
RItr, 813-672-3436
Web #68709

Q lfick&,uv

BRANDON 5br2ba
1500+sf, CHA, fenced
yard. $1000 deposit
1250/mo. Section 8 OK
813-356-9006
BRANDON POOL HOME
Rental Avail Jan 2006
3br,2ba, Providence
Lakes/Wellinqton Sub.
screened lanai. tiled
$15.0 81]3-205 9919
Cork area, 3br.Iba. car-
port ch/a, cb. mint
cond, bigyardl$1050 mo
+ depos t.81-752-1957
LAND 0 LAKES Brand new
Townhome Ballantrae,
3br, loft, 21/2 ba, lcg, on
pond & next to pool,
51375/mo. Call Bob
813-468-5151 or
727-857-0043
NORTHDALE 3br 2ba 2cg
FP, W/D, fncd yard on
quiet cul-de-sac, no
pets/smoking. 1 yr.
lease. $1100/mo. $1000
dep.813-968-8375
PLANT CITY, historic dist
3BR, 1BA, lovely hdwd
firs, dish washer W/D,
centair big shaded fncd
yd, $875. Bkground
check. 813-215-0050
SPRING HILL brand new
beautiful 4BR, 3BA, 2CG,
new appliances, lease
with option to buy. Con-
tact Bob 813-468-5151

TEMPLE TERRACE 3 BR, 1
BA, Ideal loc, new bthrm
& firing, cvrd. prkg.
$995/mo.
813-973-4282
or813-985-8380
VALRICO in Brandon. 4br
2ba 2cg,great location,
1600sf, near Walmart.
$1550 plus $500 dep. Al-
so room to rent.
813-781-3516
1212 1 Condominium
Apollo Beach Waterfront,
2br2ba, scrn lanai, pool,
tennis furnished/unfurn
$1000/mo + Deposit
incl. water & basic cable.
813-645-0737
CITRUS Park The Land-
ings, 2Br 1ba, W/D in
unit, Lake View, Many
Amenities, All New
NO PETS $875/mo
813-267-0265
EAST TAMPA Gorgeous
gated lux. condo w/ GA-
RAGE! 2 bed 2 bath on
lstfl. 1yr. old.Top notch
amenities. $1100 per
mo. (727) 505-6826
HUNTER'S GREEN/ High-
lands Condo. 2br Iba
w/garden tub, fireplace,
fun room, ground floor
open plan. Gated $1050
mo. 813-293-4409.
NEW TAMPA Equestrian
Parc, 2br Iba, 1039sf,
like new, 1 Lg Dog OK,
1st floor Preserve View
Suanne Hill Own/Bkr
$1,150/mo 941-284-4455
Web #84204


Westchase (Highland
Lakes) walking distance
to shops & restaurants -
lbr lba, great area,
available now. $795 mo.
a 813-282-1328.
1212AITownhouse
CARROLLWOOD 2 Ig bdr's
2.5 ba, 2 cg, scrn deck
w/hot tub, fplc, hdwd
firs, W/D. Small pets ok.
Credit -. $1300/mo.
813-383-5275
Land 0 Lakes Edgewater
New 3br 2.5ba lcg isl
kit, 1800sf, bonus den,
sep LR, DR Fam Rooms,
conserve cul de sac, pool.
$1095/mo 813-477-6020
LAND O'LAKES-Ivy Lake
Estate brand new 2br
212ba end unit,
$950/month. Call
813-951-8593
Land 0 Lakes New Town-
home: off 54 East of Col-
lier Pkwy Pasco-3br,
2.5ba Maple Cabinets,
Tile, Appliances
$1,400/mo 216-276-8378


1212A |Townhouse I

NEW TAMPA
2br,2 ba, on conservation
w/pond, tile, new
carpet, new paint. Call
813-948-3843
i Mobile
215 1 Homes

1Br Apts&&2Bedrm
Mobile Homes
Plant City 813-752-5234
Cork area, clean, 2/1,
CHA. no pets. reference
es $125 wk. $375 dep
863-670 1924
PLANT CITe 3BR 2BA,
DW, w/FP new carpet &
vinyl & new kitchen cab-
inets, Appliances plus
W/D. Very spacious
with lot uiuf ll--- $90I)
month pius: d&p l-i a I
year iase 813-;5722
or813. ](i.422
[ 300-390
Employment

S303 |1 Teachers
AFTER SCHOOL TUTOR
P/T (Seminole Reserva-
tion, Tampa) Teachers
Certificate Min 2 yrs
working with children
Knowledge of K-12 cur-
riculum. Mon-Thurs 3-
6pm. Fax resume to
954-967-3477
306 I Accounting
TAX PRARPERS NEEDED
Will Train, PT, Flex Hrs.
Bilinguala+ .Plant City
Area 813-752-7668
I 3n Medical/
320 Health Care

CNA'S
Loveable, Dependable,
caregivers, Autumn
AssistLiving 1307 E.
Baker 813-752-1648

HEALTHCARE
COOKS, DIETARY AIDES &
CNAs NEEDED.
Apply in person
Community Care Center
2202W.OakAve
Plant City, F 33563
Ph: 813-754-3761
EOE
| 332 | In Home Help
For Elderly person. Must
be able to transfer &
assist with personal
needs. Non-smoker.
Live in. 813-752-2052
Child/Adult
:335 Care
PLANT City Area Pre
School Teachers needed
experience preferred
but not requires. Will
Train 813-857-8457
Restaurant/
340 Hospitality/
Clubs
DISHWASHERS, 1 FT & 1
PT. Area's Premier Em-
ployer, Freedom Plaza
@ Sun City Center,
looking for industrious
people to join our pro-
ductive kitchen team.
Must be able to pass
background check. Con-
tact S. Martinez @
813-642-1230 orJ King@
813-642-1216.
LEAD COok Area's Pre-
mier Employer, Free-
dom Plaza Sun City
Center, looking for Lead
Cook w/lyr Health Care
exper. CDM helpful but
not required. Exc bene-
fits & pay. Contact S.
Martinez @
813-642-1230orJ King
813-642-1216.
Servers, Hosts, and
Cooks needed. Now Hir-
ing for Applebees. Apply
within 1204 Townsgate
Ct, Plant City.
1360 | Trades
A/C Service Tech/Sales
Rep ASAP! Top $$. paid.
Salary + commission.
Call 813-973-7800
Automotive glass compa-
ny seeking Installers.
Good driving record is
necessary. Experience
only. 813-558-8229
CONCRETE CRUSHER
OPERATOR, for demoli-
tion company John (
813-783-1688 eoe/dfwp
ELECTRICIANS & Helpers,
residential & commer-
cial 813-752-8606 apply
between 8:30 & 1pm
MECHANIC
Own tools
Experience in trouble
shooting diesel & gas
engines& some
electrical
Weldingaplus
Dependable
Open environment (dis-
cuss with HR Manager)
Eeo drug free work place,
advancement opportu-
nities etc Call Bill @
(813)752-4471
SURVEYOR Labors & Car-
penters Experienced
needed for job in Plant
City. Good Pay & Bene-
fits. 813-783-9119
DFWP EEO.
Where on earth can you
buy sell or find almost
anything? Classified, of
course!]t's the market-
place of choice.


1361 | Construction |

Superintendent
Hands-on construction
super needed. Call
813-250-3968 or fax
resume: 813-250-2958
EOE
1370 I Sales |
SALES P/T, 3-4 days wk,
Bilingual. Grt place for
right person.
RONEY AUTO SALES
813-757-6287
7 Tele-
371 marketing
Telemarketers PT/FT Ex-
perienced only need ap-
ply! Salary + commis-
sion. Call 813-973-7800
1 D-/| Driver/ |
'375 Delivery
CLASS A DRIVERS Needed
Avg. $800 $1100/wk.
Route pay. In-state
routes avail. New
benefits pkg. Family
coverage as low as $2
/wk. Stock purch. 401k.
Pd life insur. Apply in
person 1702JimJohnson
Rd. Plant City. EEO/M/F
CYPRESS TRUCK LINES
INC Driver, Designed
Dispatch. FLA
ONLY/Flat Bed students
welcome. Home Every
WeekEnd Most Nights
(800)545-1351
www.cypresstruck.com
Driver- COVENANT
TRANSPORT. Excellent
Pay & Benefits for Expe-
rienced Drivers, 0/0,
Solos Teams & Gradu-
ate Students. Bonuses
Available. Refrigerated
Now Available.
(888)MORE PAY
(888-667-3729).
Driver- NOW HIRING
QUALIFIED DRIVERS for
Central Florida Local &
National OTR positions.
Food grade tanker, no
hazmat, no pumps,
great benefits, competi-
tive pay & new equip-
ment. Need 2 years ex-
perience. Call Bynum
transport for your op-
portunit today.
(800)741-7950.

DRIVERS CIA &B
For Demolition Co.
Semi's & roll offs. John
813-783-1688 eoe/dfwp
DRIVERS Company Driv-
ers Solos/Teams Class
A/CDL New Pay Pack-
age 3-1-05, Make up to
40 cents/mile & More.
Great Home Time! Also
Owner Operators Need-
ed! 1-877-882-6537 EOE
Oakley Transport, Inc.
DRIVERS LCT WANTS
YOU! OTR drivers solos
or teams. 3 months ex-
perience & CDL-A / HAZ
required. Full benefits
package. 2003-2005
Equipment. Call
1-800-362-0159 LCTran-
sportation.com
MECHANIC
Commercial Carrier Corp.
has openings available
for experienced
mechanics
COMPETITVEWAGES
GOOD BENEFITS
401 K
For More Info Call:
Tampa
1-888-562-9067
Pt. Manatee
1-888-973-5223
Brooksville
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assistance. Call AIM
1-888-349-5387.



HIRING
Atco Rubber Products,
INC. Is hiring all 3 shifts.
Apply direct at
2407WilliametteDr.
Plant City. 813-754-6678
COURIER
Route stat drivers
needed for pharmacy.
813-621-9385 '
ENVIRONMENTAL TECH
To collect & anaylize
stack samples. Fax Res
813-752-2475 or apply
1204 N. Wheeler St,
Plany City
GREAT AIRPORT JOBS.
Walk or drive your way
to a paycheck! Good
pay. Flexible hours. Call
Stryden 813-774-4685
HEAVY EQUIPMENT Op-
eratorTraining. Bulldoz-
ers, Backhoes, Loaders,
Dump Trucks, Graders,
Scrapers, Excavators.
Florida Training! Na-
tional. Certification Fi-
nancial Assistance Job
Pla c e m e n t .
800-383-7364, Associat-
ed Training Services
www.atsn-schools.com

CLASSIFIED
WORKS


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6x6
to
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Auto, Boat & RV
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Located at:
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DECEMBER 22. 2005 THE COURIER 29


13801 General I
HOUSEKEEPING/light
maintenance help need-
ed 15-20 hours/wk; pay
based on experience.
Apply at the Plant City
YMCA,1507 YMCA
Place, through Dec 30.
INSURANCE AGENTS Im-
mediate openings for li-
censed 440 220 & Life
Agents in these loca-
tions: Ft. Myers, San
Carlos, Cape Coral, Bon-
ita Springs & Naples.
Salary, commissions &
benefits. Danny
305-360-7555 or Mike
239-418-1340
MEAT CUTTERS, exp. &
Meat Wrappers. Bi-lin-
Sual a plus. Pricebuster
ood Center, 3412 W.
Baker St., Plant City.
PANDERO/REPOSTERO.
(BAKER) NEW CUBAN
BAKERY OPENS
JAN/2006. WINTER HA-
VEN. EXP/REF RE-
QUIRED. (863) 258-1854
SWEEPER DRIVERS, E Lic.
9pm-7am, hard work
$360 per week
Call 813-243-3023

ACT FAST!
Pay those holiday
Bills $$$$$$
DeliverVerizon
phone Books in
* Zephyrhills
SWinter Haven
* Haines City
SLakeland
and surrounding areas!
Routes are available on a
first come firstserve
basis. Put the paper
down. CALL NOW!!!
1-800-518-1333 ext 103
TOP Plant City companies
$9.68-,12.25/hour
Temp to hire, benefits!!
813-754-5997
RITA STAFFING
3811 Part Time I
CLEANING PERSON,
$9/HR 20 HR WK, days
only Mon-Wed-Fri. CALL
813-505-7195
391-399
Education

1396 Schools
FREE HOMEWORK HELP
All subjects, elementary
to college. Go to
www.pathwhelp.org
(http://www.path-
whelp.org/) for live on-
line help or help via
e-mail or message
boards, all from quali-
fied teachers. Absolute-
ly free. Safe and secure
site.
SAWMILLS from only
$2,795.00 Convert your
LOGS TO VALUABLE
LUMBER with your Nor-
wood portable band
sawmill. Log skidders
also available.
www.norwood
industries.com -Free in-
formation: (800)578-
1363 ext 300N.
EARN Degree online from
home. *Business,
* Pa r al eg al,,
*Computers. Job
Placement Assistance.
Computer & Financial
aid if qualify.
(866) 858-2121
www.tidewater
techonline.com


Merchandise

14o00 Misc for Sale
BAR-B-O Pit on 15"
wheels 2'X4' special built,
$600. 813-737-3361
BATHTUB REFINISHING..
. Renew / Change Color.
Tub, Tile, Sink & Chip Re-
pair. Commercial & Res-
idential. 5yrs. Warranty.
Quick Response, In-
sured. Serving Florida
Over 10yrs. 'Florida's
Tub Doctor.'
1-888-686-9005
Commercial Swing Set,
Incl. Slides, Monkey
Bars & Rings. $500 obo.
Call 813-234-3206 for
information.


1400 Misc for Sale I
DIRECTV up to 4 Room
System Installed FREE.
Plus FREE HBO STARZ,
& SHOWTIME for 3
Months. Starting at
$39.99. Call for details.1-
800-230-2564/ www.sat-
ellite-connection.com
FIREWOOD for Sale, ex-
cellent seasoned oak
Ask for Tom. Please call
813-991-7327 or
813-484-1669
FIREWOOD Split and
seasoned. Pick up or
deliver. 511 Telfair Rd,
Brandon 813-309-2615
or 813-992-0167
MEMORY FOAM All Vis-
co New Orthopedic
NASA Mattresses War-
ranty. Cost $1995, sell,
$399, Queen; $499, King.
All sizes available. Free
Delivery! Original Tem-
pur-Pedic from $699.
Guaranteed Best Price!
Electric Adjustables for
Less! www.mat-
t r e s s d r c o m
1-866-476-0289,
813-493-1222,
727-733-9334
PINBALL MACHINES, (1)
Harley Davidson Sega,
'99, $4500. (1) Robocop
Sega, '90, $1900. Donkey
Kong video game, Cock-
tail, vintage '81 $1900.
Exc. cond. 941-538-0779
PEDDLE YOUR BIKE
WITH AN AD IN
CLASS 452
Pinball Machine, Pool Ta-
ble, Ms Pac Man
Galaga, Jukebox, FREE
Delivery, Great Christ-
mas Gifts. 813-664-1869
2000 COBRA R WHEELS
These are Mustang co-
bra R wheels and come
with tires mountedjust
put on. $800 Firm, (813)
264-0675

400A j Wanted

$$ PAID for Gold/Silver
Jewelry, Pocket & Wrist
Watches. Diamonds
Call Gemologist SAM
(727) 804-7463
1n Antiques/
402 Collectiblectbles

American Indian Items
Wanted. Old Rugs, Pots
Jewelry, Bead Work etc.
Pre 1960. Please call FL:
352-466-3013 or N.M.
505-228-5974
Antique Barber Chair Ice
Box and Gas Pump from
the 30's.
Call 813-234-3206
for information.
CLASSIFIED WORKS
Autograph Sale over 700
In stock, Celebrities
/football/Basket-
all/baseball/ hock-
ey/NSCAR. Collector's
Dream Lakeland Square
mall, 1-4 & 98 North,
worth the drive
863-858-3005
Web #83069

ItC|4iCk Buy

Carousel Horse Hand
carved & painted,full sz.
Replica oT Denzel Patri-
ot. New, not antique.
$5000 obo 813-727-2416
Doll Collections, Marilyn,
Oriental, Miniatures &
More. Valued over $20K.
Whole collection for
$6.000.352-588-0887
Memory Lane AnLt. Mail
SSALE -10-40% off.
5,000 sf of treasures
Memory Lane
2392 MLK (9th)St. N.
St. Petersburg
727-827-311l
14031 Kids Stuff I
Double tree fort gym set
w/rock climbing, slide,
swings & lots more.
Wood & cedar. New.
Asking $1200.
813-477-3592
Swing Set wooden, 2 sto-
ry clubhouse, xtra
swings, seesaw new at
$2k, Best offer. U carry.
813-832-3532.
Naturally Playful club-
house climber, Step 2, 1
slide, bridge & tunnel,
climbing ladder $350.
813-926-1338


1406 Jewelry I
DIAMONDS 5.50ct round
only $8 850 3.01ct
rnd & 3.29ct round only
$3,550each 2.01 ct
princess & 2.10 ct rnd
only $2 550 each.
PRIVATE 941-544-5646
His & Hers pave wed ring
set. Hers-2 sep pave
bands surrnd the sze 7
plat pave band with cert
VS2, colorless, .5 ct
marqs stone w/ lifetime
warr. His wht gold size
10 band is cUstmzd pave
to match hers. Must see!
Pd $5,800 for set. Will
sacrifice for $1,700 OBO.
Certfd appr avail.
813-478-5455
Ring, diamond solitaire,
/ c tear drop shape,
$500.727-457-8067


ROLEX BUY SELL
Service-Selection.Yates
Jewelers, 1708 S.Dale
Mabry. 813-253-2164.
Rolex Watch, Ladies
2-Tone, 18k & SS, $1995,
2 yr. warr. Other watch-
es. Park Jewelers at
Westchase: 813-814-7943
Rolex Watch, Ladies, new
in box SS, $3650, 2 yr
warr. Park Jewelers at
Westchase.
813-814-7943
Rolex Watch, Men's SS
Sub like new 2 yr warr.
Park Jewelers at
Westchase. See more:
parkjewelers.corn
813-814-7943
WATCH: Men's SS two-
tone, Mont Blanc Guilt
#5250, silverdial, newin
box, papers. Full warr.
$975.813-766-2033
18 WKT & Platinum Ten-
nis Bracelet w/37 Rnd,
VS-1, Colorless Dia-
monds, 4.58 tcw, $5,800
obo 941-740-1304
1407 Diamonds
4CT Engagement Ring
emerald cut, GIA certifi-
cate color F paid
$51,000. Must sell
$33,000813-843-4568
DIAMOND RINGS (2)
mens, (1) 1-ct, (1) 2.10ct
both in 14k yellow gold,
16.9g sz 10 & 11,$900 &
$1500.813-569-0756
DIAMONDS
1-2ct, any color, clarity &
shape. Great deals for
holidays! 813-629-6006
Engagement & Wedding
Set, main stone 2cf,
total wt 3+ ct, appraisec
$12K. Sacrifice $6950,
Must see 727-656-7790
17 StampsB I
I408 CoinsBnooksl

Coins-Currency BUYING!
Tampa's Oldest Coin
Store. Top Dollar Paid,
Cash. 5802 N Armenia
813-879-6670
WE BUY COINS!
Buying, selling, trading!
Over Zyrs exp. Buying
Silver &Gold coins. We
pay top $$.813-792-2493
or 727-455-6196
1410| 1Furniture
AAA Accents $1
$90 New full p/t set
k u. p/t set $95, new.
g p/tset $199,new.
7 pc. Bdrm set $696, new.
Sofa/love set $475, new.
9pc dining set $990, new
Cherry slejqh $299, new
Leathersef$899, new
All items brand new
w/warranty. 1st come
1st serve. Limited
quantities
813-870-0070

Accents/Furniture
50%-70% OFF
Gigantic Warehouse Sale
Top quality designer
furniture. Floor models
& close outs. Bdrms DR
ent. ctrs. LR & more. All
name brands.
Everything must go!
eitefurmitureinc.com
813-478-8995

For Results
Classified Ads


14101 Furniture I
APPLIANCES, All Good
Quality. W/D $300. GE
ange & Micro $400. DW
$100. Must Sell!
813-478-8995

Bed $100
A Brand Name Queen
/Full orthopedic pillow
top mattress set New in
plastic. Avail now w/
warranty Can deliver
813-363-0097
BED $185 KING
Orthopedic Pillow Top
Matt. Set. New in plastic
w/wty. Can Del 363-0097
Twin $65
Memory Foam $395
As on TV 813-363-0097

BED $199
King name brand set
Factory close out. Can
del. 813-478-8995

BED $269
Qu pillow top set
w/wrnty. NEW in plastic
Can del. 813-478-8995

BED $389
Kg pillow top set
w/wrnty. NEW in plastic
Can del. 813-478-8995
When you read Classified
its. HELLO...GOOD BUY!
BED 0 ACHES mattress
with quilted top. new
$115. Also bar ey used
$95 free delivery.
727-418-7579

BEDROOM 1-8pc
King/Queen
All Cherry, med finish. All
drawers American
dovetail, never used still
in box. Can deliver cost
$4,500 sell $1,575.
www.solidwood
bedrooms.com
813-293-7621

BEDROOM 8PC
All cherry, Kg sleigh bd
ngt stand, drsr, mir & TV
armoire new in box,
retail $5K, sell $1999.
813-431-8113
BEDROOM SET, Ashley
6 pc, king poster,
dark solid wood
MUST SELL! $750 obo.
813-672-1320

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

BEDS AAA+ VISCO
ORTHO-PEDIC Nasa
Memory Foam Mattress
Q-S399,K-$499
FREE Delivery w/ad!
ORIGINAL TEMPURPEDIC
FROM $699!
AIR & ADJUSTABLE
All Sizes In Stock
7924W. Hillsborough
OPEN 10-6 Mon-Sat
across from WINGHOUSE
www.mattressdr.com
813-889-9020
866-476-0289 ANYTIME!
Caribbean/Island
Furn. Teak, Solid Wood.
Liquidating all. Beds,
Patio TV, Tables Buffet,
Masks, 8i3-849-8181

Or DAYBED$275
All Complete with 2 matt
resses&trundle. All
new in boxes Can deliver.
813-363-0097
DAYBED$275*
Complete with 2 twin
mafts & pop-up trundle.
New, never used can
deliver. 813-926-8507
DINETTE, chrome, glass,4
leather chairs $1050.
Teak bdrm set, king w/
matt, dbl drsr, desk, Ithr
chr $1700. 813-350-0812
813-731-0736
DINING 11PC
All cherry 92" 2 pedisiili
tbl, 6 chrs & lt5d ch-na
cab. new retail $6K, sell
$1999.813-431-8113
Dining Room Set, Antq,
Mhgyw/clawfeet 31vs
4 Chairs & curved front
glass China Cabinet.
800.813-855-2377


1410 | Furniture |
DINING ROOM SET Late
1920s, Table, 6 Chairs,
China Hutch & Buffet
$1,200 obo 813-857-6605

DINING ROOM SET, 10 pcs
cherry, 8 chairs, 80" ta-
ble china cabinet,
$1,600. Ethan Allen sofa
tbf, $250.813-684-0281

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

Entertainment Ctr
All wood, cherry or oak,
lighted w/bevled glass
doors, accommodates
up to 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
USED, sell for $1650. Can
deliver. 813-293-1743
ENTERTAINMENT Cabi-
net- (Solid Oak)
Holds 32" T.V. $1000.
813-962-7398

CLASSIFIED CAN!
Ready to graduate into a
new car? Classified can
give you the key! Our in-
ventory of choices are
updated everyday!
ENTERTAINMENT Center-
Oak, Lighted, Paid
$2000. Make Reason-
able Offer Moving! An-
tique Chair- Blue Velvet,
813-924-4004
FURNITURE SALE
$40-70% OFF
GETTHE HIGH END
DESIGNER LOOKED FOR
THE GUARANTEED
LOWEST PRICES IN
TOWN! BEDROOMS,
DINING, LIVING
ROOMS, ACCESSORIES,
RUGS, ACCENTS INCLUD-
ING: BERNHARDT AICO,
LEXINGTON, T6MMY
BAHAMA, NAUTICA,
HOOKER, PULASKI,
SHANADIG, SERTA
MATTS. ANb OVER 100
OTHER MANUFACTURES.
THIS WEEK ONLY.
LOGAN'S FURNITURE.
4315 E COLUMBUS DR.
1-4 EXIT 3.TAMPA.
CALL 813-630-4744
Web #117966

fIckl Buy

i FUTON$195
Oak w/xtra thick matt
New in boxes Can deliv-
er. 813-363-0097
FUTON
Medium oak, honey fin-
ish, 9 layer matt, new in
box, cost $625, sell $285
813-293-1743
GRANDFATHER CLOCK-
Beautifully Handcrafted
by Holland House. Solid
Wood. Stands over 7
feet tall. New in box.
With warranty. Must
sell. Can deliver. $295
1-800-657-4157
CLASSIFIED
IS CONVENIENT
HOUSEHOLD FOR SALE!
All furniture must go!
Call Zaira for details
813-818-7243

HOUSEHOLD FOR SALE
Lake Magdalene All
Furn High-End. Must
Sell!! 2brs, 2-leather
LRs, 1-DR & occassionals.
813-478-8995
LIVING & DINING ROOM
Ethan Allen furn. Exc.
cond. Almost new.
Call 813-714-9844


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

Mattress $100
Brand Name Orthopedic,
Queen or Full Set
King $185
All 100% new in plastic,
NOT REBUILT! Can
Deliver 813-363-0097


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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
MATTRESSES FOR THE
WHOLE FAMILY FROM
$199. TO $1,999.
7551 W.Hillsboro Tampa
1-813-612-5911
1909 N Hercules Ave Clw
1-727-447-0957
8300 Ulmerton Rd Largo
1-727-210-1098
SOFA & LOVE SEAT, off
white leather Natuzzi,
$800 for both. Also black
leather chair and otto-
man, $200.813-254-2264

WALDEN ESTATE
SALE
Sofa& Chair $195
SofaSleeper $159
Queen No Flip Mattress
Set $169
GEWasher & Dryer 295
GERefrig $195
GEStove $159
4pcBedroomSet $339
B & B OUTLET
115 S. EVER ST





ENGLISH HIS AND HERS.
MADE IN THE 1950'S,
$600 OBO (813) 472-5402

SUPER SALE All Weather
Wicker Patio Furniture.
Home Accessories &
Gifts. Forever Wicker
813-948-4802




4161 Appliances
Appliances-Absolute
Lowest $ Guaranteed!
Delivery. Woody's
7604Broadway 626-7787
8307Armenia 933-8288
APPLIANCES BEST PRIC-
ES IN TOWN! Large se-
lection of washers, dry-
ers, stoves & refrigera-
tors. $79.50 & up.War-
ranty & delivery in lim-
its. Don'tgamble, know
our dealer! 45 yrs exp!
04Broadway 626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
**APPLIANCES**
USED WITH WARRANTY
From$99*
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
4000 W. Kennedy
.281-0777
PARTS TODAY
11900 N. Nebraska
972-4242
KITCHEN APPLIANCES &
WASHER & DRYER for
sale. From model home.
Will separate. Best of-
fer. Call813-966-5534
Mom & Pops Ap lianc-
es $75 & up, W/D, Stove
& Refr. 10014 30th St.
Free Delivery
813-632-9620; 335-5788
VACUUM RAINBOW
with attachments, Ex-
cellent condition used
it 813-907-1756W
WASHER & DRYER, Ken-
more almond 4 yrs old.
Moving must sell $400
for pair. 813-230-4629

WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
Dn 813-300-6714
WASHERS & DRYERS
$250 a set, $125 Each.
Guaranteed,
Delivery Available
813-382-8615:404-8125

4181 Conditioners


A/C New In Box
Complete systems 2 ton
$1695;21 ton $1795;-3
ton $1895; 3 ton $1995;
4 ton $2095;& 5 ton
$2195. 5 yrs warr on all
parts. Used Ac's avail.21
yrs exp. State cert. Lic #
CAC 57499 Call Mike
813-661-2167

Condensers (5) 7 ton, 3
phase $300 each; 5 ton 3
Chase condenser $200a 5
ton 8-mobile home pa




ACSHEAT PUMP Systems
Clearance on all 10-12
seer split systems, new
in box with factory
warranty @wholesale
prices, sample: Split
2ton $726 3ton $825
4ton 1055,Free Delivery
727-243-4493
WinterSeals A C ne
in rO. 5yr F3Ct W3rrry.
All H,ome. SizeS
M.Horres. st2-eon $91. 2
21.:ton $960. 3-ton
$10* o $ 3 ., ton$1070


The KeyTo SAVINGS Start
Here mi Classifieh!"


14 |Air
I4 I Conditioners

NEW ** S/DENT
RECONDITIONED UNITS
You Deserve the Best
Prices, Service & In-
stalls. We Do It RightThe
First Time! #RA0039944
REMINGTON AIR 971-2206
1 IMsical
42 Instruments
Amp.DJ Equip, Speakers
Wireless Mics, Lighting,
Best Rental Selecion in
Bay Area. Ask about our
do it yourself DJ pkg.
Beamworks Inc. Rentals
& Sales. (813)8c5-0709
beamworksnc.com
Web #74646

*rfdBuy

BABY GRAND PIANO,
Antique,
Kranich & Bach.
$4,200 OBO.
813-961-2191

BUYERS
CALL ME BEFORE YOU
BUY! I WILL SAVE YOU
$$$! Piano Tuner has
beautiful Preowned pia-
nos of exceptional Qual-
ity, Yamaha & Kawai
Grands from $6500. Rblt
American Grand ONLY
$3650! NOT CHINESE
UNK! 813-966-8863
GUITARS Carvin Electric
(2); 1 YAMAHA 12 string
Acoustic; 1 Fender Amp.
$1300 for all. Pis call
13-434-5537 963-3694
GUITARS, Ovation Leg.
$400. Hamer 335 $400
PA sys. $200. (2) Fender
amps. 813-453-6769

ORGAN LOWREY ROYALE
SU-500 Computerized,
disc-drive, programma-
ble. CHERRY. Cost $72K

Sell $25K 813-689-3870
PIANO BABY GRAND SALE
New from $4988
Used from $689
Adams Piano's
813-632-8600
Web #97497



PIANO-Baby grand, $500
as is, needs to be assem-
bled. Base guitar. 1980
Fender. e'c cond. $1500.
813-383-2553 Iv m.g
PIANO, BALDWIN SPINET
Howard model, w/
storage bench, walnut,
beautiful condition.
$1000.813-932-6498
PIANO BECHENDORFF
Black lacquer, upright
w/bench. Beautiful,
great condition. $900
813-920-7516
PIANO Kawai Grand 1979,
5'10", model KG2C, High
gloss black, Orig owner,
ery v ery good cond.
$7200.813-887-4535
PIANO Kohler & Campbell
w/bench. Oak. Excellent
condition.
$1580
813-484-7114
PIANO SALE, New & Used
Most Popular Brands
Incl. CD Player Grands
Owner/Operator 27 Yrs
Best Prices & Value
Call 813-855-1227
pianospianosinc.com
PIANO-Steinway medium
grand, model M, year
1989, satin ebony, exc
cond tuned every 6mos,
$29,500. (727) 938-1010
Web #66831


PIANOS -NEW *USED
Priced to sell all by
Christmas Take 10%-15%
extra off our lowest
marked price. Save$$.
Kawaii *Everett .&more
Grand -Console -Studio
Tampa Music 8443N.Fla
PIANOS Yamaha 6'1"
Black, new $29K. Must
sell $6500. Disc. avail.
Baby Grand, Black 5'1"
$2500 obo. 727-328-1012
ThiinkingAcostic?
We have them. Number
one Blueridge dealer.
Guitars, banjos, mando-
lins, fiddles.
Panther Music
6322 Hwy 579
813-621-3122 .
VIOLINS $100, German
150 Viola $150. Cellos
1319 Cases & Bo*,
Mandolins $120. Guitars
$50. Trumpets Flules &
Claernels$199.PPenials
& del aval, repairs. (813)
655 6554 727-945.9427
1423 | Clothing I
LEATHER JACKETS Up to
80% off on leather
jackets and other
merchandise at
http:/ www.welcome
toprofits.com/10304
(818) 986-2790
COAT, Mink, $5000
natural grey full length
Cerulean ink. $1500.
Great Gift.
813-991-1609
Jacket Mink, reversible
gray leather, size 6 med,
brand new. Orig $1000 -
asking $600 obo.
813-888-5530,390-6660.

CLASSIFIED
WORKS


IA IRadio, TV, &
42" Stereo

PIONEER Plasma 61" TV
w/custom red oak
cabinet $8000 obo.
Call 813-695-5273 for
more info
SUBWOOFER, Home The-
ater, 15 inch, Infiniti HTS
-1000. 1000 watt, 2 pas-
sive radiators. Awsome!
$600.813-245-5930
TV/STAND, RCA 27": Pan-
asonic 6 disc CD stereo.
stand; DVD plyr & VCR.
All w/remotes & instr.
$500obo. 813-928-2923
14261 Photography
CAMERA LENS, Nikon-AF-
80-400mm F/4.5-5.6D vi-
bration reduction VR,
like new, $850.
813-514-1809/245-8239
1427 1 Electronics
STUDIO EQUIPMENT
$1600.00 for all. Call 4
details 355-7565
X BOX 360 Premium Pkg:
The ultimate X-masgift!
20GB HD, Wireless Con-
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In Box. Will go fast! Ask-
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Web #8240

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$950 Cash New Tampa
813-431-8790
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Place your ad in Musical
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XBOX 360 PREMIUM, 'S
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Xbex 360 Premium new
wireless controller & re-
motes $850 obo
813-476-1137
I r n Medical
428 I Equip

ELECTRiC SCOOTER
PRIDEJAZZY& LIFT. Will
separate. Cost $3,800,
sell $1,800.813-390-0391

JET 3 MOBILITY SCOOTER
Red scooter w/ electric
lift, all accessories, new
cover. Used 6 hours,
from estate. $9000+
new. All offers consid-
ered. $2,800
(727) 409-5777"
MOBILE CHAIR Merits
MP3CF heavy duty pow-
er chair, red. Brand new,
never used! $1000 obo.
813-932-7399
S1a Equipment Hydrau-
lic Chairs, Elect Tanning
System, Pedi. Chair,
Permanent Hair Removal
+ Misc.813-909-4711
Turn to Classified you
can Bank on our Bargains
WHEELCHAIR battery

used. Cost $5506 sell for
$1500 813-985-8964
j40 Office Equip.
430 & Furniture

300 Herman Miller A03,
6x6 Workstations.
Exc cond. Other Cubicles
available. Call for
details. 727-647-1853
KNOLL & HAYWORTH
Workstations, All sizes.
Lowest Prices! Call Chuck
813-966-1072 almost
newworkstations.com
Office Furniture Ware-
house Closing in Tampa.
Lots of Desks -Exec. &
Sec., cubicals, files, etc.
Must move 305-965-8090
Used Desks from $50.00
New Desks from $249.00
All in stock. Hon Desks &
Chairs from 50-70% OFF.
635.9255/5414 N 56th ST
Web #75600



i | Computers &
431 Equipment
AMD $99 Internel Readv
Computer. LapluiO
starting at $149. New
systems starting at
$299.1031W. Busch
PC Services 931.4976
AMD 2800+ New PC $399
64-bit, 512mb, 80gb HD,
52xCDRW, Windows XP.
One Year Warranty
ISORM.com Computers
14918 North Florida Ave
813-264-0408
COMPUTER-DELL PIV
512mb 80 Gig, 17" mon.
CD-RW, Win XP, printer,
internet ready. Starting
at $350.813-965-3942
LAPTOP BLOW OUT*
NewDellStart@ $699
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Warranty, Wireless Net
CALL 813-468-5278
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I431 Computers &
Equipment

Pill Computers, Monitors
& TV's starting .$25.
LAPTOPS also available
Visit Our showroom -
full of computerparts &
electronics! Call
813-886-1494 or visit
1102 North Rome Ave.
Tampa FL 33607
I Restaurant/
4 Hotel Equip

Hobart 60 quart Miers.
single phase or 3 phase.
Walk-in Coolers, 1 glass-
door Cooler and more.
Call 727-581-9293
Ice cream, dell,
restaurant euqip, Ad
window unit & more. All
reasonable price.
724-216-3649 445-1640
Lincoln Impringer double
32" belt oven, like new,
Hobart 20,30,60 mixers,
walk-in collier& freezer,
6 burner range, other
equip. 727-572-5201
Restaurant & snack bar
equip. Pots & pans to
gndles & fryers. Pizza &
ice cream ecquip.
813-624-8989, 677-9634
Used Restaurant Chairs
3 styles $15-$25/each
813-886-1121
Walk-in Cooler,. 14x8.
Walk-in Freezer 14x8.
Hobart 30 quart Mixer
and more.
Call 727-581-9293
I en Builder's
440 1 Supplies

ABACA Wood/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.
Web#24523


BAMBOO FLOORING
Natural & carbonized
$2.79 per square foot
Immediate pick up or
delivery. 813-494-6544
BAMBOO FLOORING
Natural & carbonized
?2.79 per square foot
immediate pick up or
delivery. 813-494-6544
Building Products Direct
Wholesale Discounts!
Flat Fee/Order
813-335-5562
CARPET Thick & Plush
Hottest Looks, Quality
Luxurious, Below ealer
Cost! 1st Quality, Dalton
weekly shipments.
Commercial carpets
available, we install too!
813-918-2737.3
I'll bring cuttings to you
today off our rolls.
Generator 8.5KW, home,
NIB, Generac 4692,
propane/natural gas.
eg. $2882. Now $2,500
obo. 813-833-8111
LUMBER LIQUIDATORS
HARDWOO FLOORING
from .99 CENTS SQ. FT.
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florida.com Corrugated
Industries 800-545-4580
METAL ROOFING SAVE
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(888)393-0335.
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#CBC010111
I Patio & Deck
441 Supplies

BRICK PAVERS
45 cents ea, Many colors
Do It Yourself Info
Paver Sealant Available
(813)968-6150 Sun Pavers
www.sunpavers.com
Concrete Pavers Sec-
onds, from Manufactur-
er, Low Price Brooks-
ville. Call Sonya
352-799-7933 x230 www.
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30 THE COURIER DECEMBER 22,2005


444 Sheds &
444 Carport
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24x24x9 $9,500
24x30x9 11,800
Both are enclosed
Concrete slabs, 36" door
&2- 7x8 garage doors inst
Other sizes avail
LIC. CBC1253330
813-788-3501 713-2333
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DISPLAY MODEL
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SAVE OVER 50%
ON PRE-BUILT DISPLAYS!
Wooden Sheds, Yard
Barns Garages, Work-
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EVERYTHING MUST GO!!
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Hurry Before They're
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No warranties implied.
All sales are final.
1-800-221-1849 Ext 208




No Credit Check Rent To
Own Lifetime Wrty 20
rmin to Tampa Across
from Festival Park Rte
301 Carl 813-788-5459
Web#111783


Garages, Barns, Carports.
Carpors starting $595
(12 x21') Galvanized
steel. 2 Styles, 13 Colors
to choose from. Free in-
stallation. Call for free
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ranty available.
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BUILDING SALE!
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20x26 Now$3340.25x30,
$4790. 30x40, $7340.
40x60, $11490 Factory
Direct, 25 Years. Many
Others. Ends/
accessories optional.
Pioneer (800)668-5422.
STEEL BUILDINGS,
Factory Clearance. New,
never erected 30x40,
40x60, 50x100 and
60x100. Will Sell for
balance Call Frank
(800)803-7982.
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1411 | Super Savers
AIR Compressor 80 gal
tank, 5hppl75psi good
Cond $256.813- 37-361
CAMERA NIKON N80QD
w/2 lenses & all access.
$250obo 813-478-3604
Daybed with trundle & ac-
cess. $100.813-759-8313

Fish tank, 55 gal with
stand & accessories
$175.813-759-8313
Furniture set, 3-pc $200.
813-759-8313

Sofa Recliner, Lazy Boy
$175.813-759-8313

TRAIN set, Thomas &
Friends tracks & extras
$125. OBO 813-833-8805


Sheds &
444 Carport
ALL STEEL BLDGS! UP TO
50% OFF!! Engineered
for Hurricane Coast!
Ship Factory Direct for
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(800)499-6401 Eddie.
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
installed; Buildings/
Sheds from $1,925. Al-
most Any Size Available
813-299-4790 681-5468
ALL STEEL BUILDINGS.
SALE. FIRST COME,
FIRST SERVE!' 40x50,
60x100, 80x200. Keith
1-800-839-1126.
14 Machinery &
I 9 Heavy Equip.

FORKLIFT Clark 5000 LB
cushion tires, LP gas, tri-
ple mast, low hours, exc.
condition $4600.
813-918-5371 Fred
Forklift-Tampa Forklift
since 1974. Parts, Svc
Rentals, New Used
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
FORKLIFTS-Ringlift has
"As Is" to fully second.
Stop and see why we
give the best value in re-
cond. forklifts in the
state. Huge inventory.
1401 US Hwy. 301 N.Tpa.
Larry, 813 620-1337
Generator 8.5KW. home.
NIB, Generac 4692.
propane/natural gas.
eg. $2,882. Now $2,500
obo. 813-833-8111
HYDRAULIC SCISSOR
LIFT like new 6500 Ibs,
electric over hydraulic,
3'x8'. table. $2200
352-357-0215
L | Sporting
450 Goods

AIR HOCKEY TABLE, 8x4',
commercial quality,
exc. cond., electronics
score board, great fun!
$450 813-926-0981
BASEBALL Pitching Ma-
chine: Hitting Streak
Full Warranty $185
Great christmas Gift!
W 404-467-4313i
CUSTOM KNIVES
Randalls, Centofante
and others. Call
727-863-7569 after 6pm
Guided Quail Hunt,'/z Day
Bookings, Dream Lakes
Hunting Preserve.
Bartow FL
863-640-7783

GUN SAFES
Champion Safe-the best!
DISCOUNT PRICES. Many
types of safes avail.
Tampa Safe Exchange
303 W. Waters
813-935-9800
GUNS New& In Stock Now
For Christmas Layaway.
Spgfid SOCOM II $1729.
SpgfldSOCOM 16 $1550.
MG As $1450 to $1650.
Youth Size Changers
2bbl .22/.410 $159,
.22/20G $179 .243/20G
$249. Single shots $115
& up. Dra unov Tiger
$2500. Mos Glocks$510
to $550. Ruger, Taurus &
XD handguns. Russian
hand & long uns. Much
more, limited availabili-
ty on some. Good Trades
welcomed. Gunsmithing
& reblueing here. Con-
cealed Permit Classes
WOW-Only $39!!!
Reserve a seat now ladies
only class once a month,
mixed more often.
813-210-GUNS(4867)
2ndAmendment
Armory-fl.com
HUNT CLUB Green Top
2015 acres, southern
zone. Membership $700
Dublin GA
V 404-433-73421
POOL TABLE $1250
4'x 8' Pro Series, solid
wood, 1"slate, leather
pockets, K-66 rails Ball
and Claw feet, Worth 5K.
New in crate.
Lifetime warranty.
Professional installation
813-363-0097


SSporting
450 Goods

Pool Table 4x8
Pro Series 1" Tournament
slate, K66, 100% gum
rubber rails, diamond
sights, carved cabinet,
new in box, never used.
Cost $3200, sell $1250.
Can deliver.
813-293-7621

POOL TABLES
Brand new indoor/out-
door, 4x8, $2200.
Call 813-340-1032
SHOTGUN Huglu by Turk-
ish F.A., like new w/box,
.12 ga. over/under, 3"
chambers w/choke
tubes, vent rib, en-
graved rec., $850/obo.
407-461-5238
SHOTGUN PERAZZI MX20
Serious Inquiries Only
1 813.988.3803 I
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lection that's lust right!
IA Exercise
45 Equipment
BOWFLEX XTL $800; Full
studio of gym equip-
ment& mirrors, exc con-
dition and prices.
813-949-7203
1 |Health
456 Products

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Relaxer!! Pain Relief!!
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460 Mowers

GARDEN Tractor/mower,
22hp KOHLER, 46" deck,
hitch blade, aerator like
new. Garaged $1250obo
813-645-9271309-0549


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FREE HORSE MANURE!
Great For Gardens!
YOU HAUL!!
Local delivery available.
813-661-1096
49 Nurseries/
469 Trees

100'S Grapefruit, Lemon,
Tangerine, Orange, Lime
Peach, Plum, Fig Banana
Persimmon, Pecan, Etc &
Flowering Trees $10 UP
813-752-4938 #47216934
Web #97044
Li ick: ,B.,'

LANDSCAPE Contractor
Large trees, FREE deliv-
ery. 1 gal Live Oak $1 ea,
mm. 200 #47231588
Call 800-304-1991
LIVE OAKS,
45 GAL, 4" CAL, 14'..$75
25GAL, 3" CAL, 12'..$50
15GAL, 2" CAL,8'..$25
748-8641 Reg #47220672
|480 Dogs
American Bulldog Pups,
born 11/4/05, 11 beauti-
ful pups, must see! CKC
reg. Parents on Prem.
Health certs $600.
813-433-4227
AMERICAN BULLDOG
Puppies, NKC, health
certs, docked tails, $500.
Sandmountain American
Bulldogs 352-243-2762
AMERICAN PITBULL TER-
RIER PUPS, Red/Red
nose, Pure Old Family
Breeding, ADBA reg.,
Vet checked, $500
352-303-3966
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD,
NKC, Tri-red M, HC
shots, ready 12/19. $350
View @ www.bcranch.
net 863-701-7647
Beagle Pups AKC, sm sz,
tri color, Xmas gifts,
love to be cuddledc.Also
lyo M & F, tri color
813-293-8889 685-2175
BEAGLE PUPS, AKC,
shots, wormed, will be
small. Tri-color, nice
pups. $350-$450.
13-629-2189, 689-3421
BICHON FRISE Christmas
puppies AKC 3 males, 3
females home raised
with love. Ready
Christmas eve. Taking
deposits $750 each.
863-967-1475/258-7837
Bichon FriseFem 5 mos
old $500. Toy Poodle,
male 6 mo, apricot, neu-
tered re, A-ltempera
ments $4006.813-779-1199-
BOSTON TERRIERS
Christmas Puppies!
Purebred, parents on
Spremises, no papers,
200.813-810-5525
BOSTON TERRIERS- AKC
Reg. 1st Shots, Health
Certs Ready 12/23.1-M,
4-F, faking Dep. Now!
$500 cash. 813-759-1586
BOXER PUPPIES, AKC,
fawn & brindle, vet ckd,
hith cert. Ready now for
Christmas! $550-$750.
813-349-7014
Web #95445



BOXER PUPPIES, AKC,
fawn & brindle, vet ckd,
hith cert. Ready
Christmas week,
$550-$750. 813-349-7014
BULLDOG, FRENCH, 1 yr,
Fern, CKC, bik & white,
all shots. Loveable,
friendly, mild tempered.
$1200 813-235-3731
Cairn Terrier Pups, AKC
family raised, Wheaton/
Brindle. $700.
www.mccartyster
riers.com (352) 591-2271
CATAHOULA LEOPARD
PUPS, lots of color, blue
eyes, HC. These will be
big, active dogs, M-$150
F-$200 352-799-5225
CHIHUAHUA 4 adorable
babies, 2 M, 2 F, 3 choc &
1 white w/choc spots,
hith certs, AKC. Rdy
12/20, just in time for
Xmas. Taking dep now.
$450 & up. 813-363-5013
CHIHUAHUA CKC, 8 wks,
shots & hith cert, M & F,
long & short hair, home
raised. Also choc &
blues. $350-$800 Lake-
land 863-816-8993
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES 2
adorable rare blue
males, all shots, health
Scerts, CKC papers. $550
each. 813-477-0924

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1480 1 Dogs |
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES,
Great Christmas pre-
sents! M/F, CKC, vet
checked health cert,
$400. (863) 773-6330
Chihuahua Pups, M&F,
reg'd. Happy, healthy
Choc & Blues tiny, HC.
$550-750 863-858-0095
813-389-6410

CHIHUAHUA
Teacup, 8 Weeks,
813-390-0972
CHIHUAHUAS females,
white w/cream spots,
CKC'reg. 6 wks. $475.
813-633-5712.

CHIN AKC Japan's toy
Panda Bear babies of
the puppy world. Must
see! $800. Cash only.For
details call 727-536-7616
COCKER SPANIEL
Puppies 3F, 1M, $400.
Avail Christmas Eve.
Taking deposits.
813-948-1989
CORGI PEMBROKE AKC
Puppies, health certs.
Ready Now.
C. Cards OK. 352-523-1360
813-299-1626
Web #91790


DACHSHUND Mini, Beau-
tiful, LH Red Sable Male,
AKC, Champ. Ped. Lines,
4mo. Health Cert/Shots,
$500 Cash 352-207-6421
You'll find value buys ad-
vertised in classified
DACHSUNDSPUPS
2-Females$350ea.
3-Males$300ea.
Call Alma 863-607-9164

ENGLISH BULLDOG Pup-
pies2M AKC, Champion
Lines, Hith Cert., Color-
Brindle & White. $1500
813-918-1397
ENGLISH BULLDOG Pups,
7 wks, Red brindle M/F
813-240-2064 $1,800
ENGLISH Bulldog, AKC
reg female 10 wks old,
champion sired $1800.
813-967-0844
English Springer Spaniel
Puppies, AKC, 8 wks,
champ lines, health
certs & 1st shots. $650
813-468-9423
English Spinger Span-
ie s. 1w0 ks old, ready
now. 2 wks old, ready
Jan 25. AKC registered,
vet cert, clean blood-
lines. Wi(l email pics up-
on request. $500 & up
863-667-3745 660-1237
or 863-660-1417
Web #112239

fisickBuy
ENGLISH SPRINGER pups
AKC, 3 Males, 3 Females
black/white & liver/
white. Born 11/12.
$500each 813-835-1876
GERMAN SHEPARD
Beautiful AKC black male,
6 mos old, parents on
premises.
813-634-9139* 508-5369
Spot Advertising Works
German Shepherds, AKC,
solid black, male & fe-
male, 6 mo, breeding
pair, $500 each.
81 3-267-4104
GOLDEN DOODLES-mini,
3 girls, Light, vet ckd,
shots, low shed, ready
12/15 will deliver $2,000.
423-420-6580/920-1246
Golden Retriever Puppies
AKC rephealth certs,
lightgoden,$600.
813-205-0564
GOLDEN Retriever Pup-
pies adorable, AKC,
$675. Ready 12/18
www.darrpalmer.com
813-996-9577 LOL
GOLDEN RETRIVERS G/R
pups and adults for
xmas$350/up also other
breeds for less'or free
$350 (352) 542-9672
Greyhounds, Italian Mini,
ready 12/16, vet chkd,
parents on premises,
$500 each 813-661-3075

JACK RUSSELL PUPS M/F,
purebred, w/health
cert, short coat, not
short legged, brown &
wht, ready for Xmas,
$225.813-765-6647
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots
wormed, vet cert. Block
head, champ, bkgrd.
Pedigrees. Parents/
grandparents on site.
9450-$600 352-307-0772


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Need more space?
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clothing, unload your used
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1480 1 Dogs I
LABRADOR-Chocolate
male purebred, 11
months old. Must sell!
$450. Call 813-434-5532
anytime.
LABRADOR Christmas
puppies beautiful AKC,5
blk & 5 yiw., M's & F's,
ready Dec 23rd,1st shots.
$500 (863)683-8377
MALTESE AKC adorable
M's $600 vet chkd HC.
Taking Deposits Hold for
Holidays (863) 221-7449
Web #130829



MALTESE MINIATURE
Pups born 11/28/05..
AKC reg. CH bloodline.
Shots/hith certs. Taking
deposits. 813-504-6170
MALTESE puppies plus
older puppies under
8mo old. $400 & up
betsat@acun.com
941-322-9563 Cash
Web 7391345



MALTESE PUPS, AKC
adorable, playful, hith
cert 1st shots, vet / .
ready 12/18. M-$800, F-
$1,000 813-504-1916
MALTESE Pups, gorgeous
tiny toy, reg, hlth certs,
Males, 8 wks, $1,000.
352-220-0351
contentedpuppies.com
MALTESE tiny white 31b, 1
yr female long hair non
shed, CKC, shots, $850.
352-200-5147

MANCHESTER TERRIERS,
10 wks old AKC register-
able. Toy size for pets.
$350 (863) 858-3565
MIN PIN Pup, AKC, choc &
black&tans, tiny & cute,
excellent Christmas
pups. $450 & up,
813-763-0842
Min Pin Pups, Vet v',
health cert Cute & cud-
dly. Just in time for
Christmas. $250.
813-621-2450
MINI AUSSIE PUPS reg.,
will be ready on Decem-
ber 19th in time for
Christmas. Startingat
$300. Ask for Virginia.
Please call 813-991-7327
or 813-263-2796
MINIATURE POODLES,
Breeders, 1 yr old, Male
& Female, CKC, Must sell
due to health reasons.
$1,500. (813)363-8490
Peekingese CKC & Pug
Pups AKC, Playful &
Pudgy, Fawn $500-700.
www.pekesand pugs
.com (352)591-2271
PIT BULL PUPS Sire 951bs,
65 Dam. Blue fawns,
ready for Christmas.
Taking deposits. $3-
$400. Sean 813-325-9474
POMERANIANS- 3 litters
Ready 12/29 til the end
of Feb. AKC, $450 & up.
813-677-8727

POODLE PUPS 3 males:
silver, silver/beige and
cream. 1st shots, health
certs, AKC. Starting at
$600.813-752-9598
PUG PUPPIES 3 fawn ACA
1 female, 2 males, all
shots/health certs, dew
claws done $500 Firm,
(727)534-7226
PUG PUPPIES, Tiny, AKC,
3 Females, 2 Males
Health certificate. $606
cash. Serious callers on-
ly. (352) 793-8092
PUGS champion blood-
line, 3 females 1 male,
adorable, AKC, health
certs, ready 12/23 just in
time tor Christmas. $600
& up. 813-363-5013.

Puppies 4 Sale
Park Ave. Puppy
813-662-2592
Lic# P05062440
Rat Terrier Pups, UKCI,
Great family pet Tiny
Toys to minis. $350-450.
www.mccartysratter
riers.com (352) 591-2271
ROTTWEILER PUPPIES,
AKC, German champion
bloodline, block heads,
(352) 624-8887
Rottweileruppies, 8 wks
old, AKC, German blood-
line w/blk head. Out-
standing bloodline, can
be checked w/AKC.
Parents on premises.
Look at all others then
check these puppies
out. Just in time for
Christmas. Starting at
$750, Call 813-763-2983.
ROTTWEILER PUP, 9 mos.
female AKC champ
lines, house broken,
great family dog, $650.
813-230-6984
Scottish Terrier pups
AKC, black. Cute little
Lady & gentlemen. $650
www.mccartysterriers
.corn (352) 591-2271
SHAR PEI puppies AKC,
Male & female, health
cert. loving & cute. $500
&$700.(941)922-5244

SHELTY Female 7 mos.
House/Crate Trained,
Very Sweet References
Required. $600
813-230-7503
Want Ads


1480 | Dogs
SHIH T Zu FEMALE, black,
ready for Christmas!
CKC, 1st shots, hth cert.,
mom/pop on premises,
$600 cash. 813-649-1080
SHIH-TZU Puppies 4 fe-
males, 3 black & white, 1
brown & white, POP,
reg. Taking deposits.
$550.813-886-9156
Silky Terriers, males & fe-
males, ready for Christ-
mas, with health certifi-
cate & 1st shots.
863-699-1268 / 243-3134
Weimaraner Pups. 7 wks,
cute. Parents on premis-
es. 2 male, 2 fem. CKC &
health certificates,
$400.813-731-6971.
Welsh Corgi-Pembroke
beautiful pups, 2M/1F,
health & temp. guar.
$900.941-266-4833

Welsh Pembroke Corgi
pups AKC, sable, tri, exc.
quality. $600.
www.mccartyscorgis
.corn (352) 591-2271
WESTSCOTTS Cute &
Small, 9wks vet v
shots, 1 Female 2 Males.
Cnritrnm.as Pup' 400.
813-659.9137
YORKIE MIX, 7 mo. all
shots, neutered, 7 1/ Ibs,
$350.352-544-8198.

YORKIE Puppies, plus
older puppies under 10
months old. $300 & up.
betsat@acun.com
941-322-9563. Cash.
Web #73741


YORKIE PUPPY, beauli-
ful, small female, 3
months old, AKC, health
certified, $1,000.
813-737-4745
YORKIE PUPS, AKC, home
raised, HC vet v. cute &
lovable! 8wksoldmales.
$800 & up 813-642-8788
813-294-9764
YORKIE PUPS Blue/gold
little angels, POP. $800.
Ready Now. 813-653
-2797 pics at www.
dailingfordollars.com
Web #122363


YORKIES Adorable bun-
dles of love little puppy
boys. ready for you.
AKC/health certs $800.
352-793-1551
YORKIES AKC TAKING
DEPOSITS. M/F, 11 wks,
$1,000-$2,000 irm.Incl.
spayed/neut., shots, H/C,
pup pkgmicrochipped,
warr.813-662-9195LM
Permit #P05-047048
YORKIES Breeding pair
from different breeders
11-12 months all
shots/records ckc
registered very sweet
and playful $3,000 Must
Sell, (813) 714-0359
ADORABLE
PUPPY SALE

WPetland

A Selection of More
Than 50 Puppies
Beagle Bichon Boxer
Chihuanua,Dachshund,
Lab, Pomeranian, Poodle,
Pug, ShihTzu, Husky,
Silky, Westie, Yorkie
Splus many, many more
All Puppies Come With:
1 yr Health Warranty
Free Vet Visit
FreeTraining DVD
Microchip Identification
Also A Large Selection
of Freshwater Fish,
Reptiles Small Animals,
Birds & All Your
Supply Needs
Petland Lakeland
3800 N.HW 98
863-859-6886
Petland Tampa
7699 W. Waters Ave
813-249-8700
M-F 11-9
Sat 10-9 Sun 11-7
Visa Mc, Amex, Discover
100% Financing Available
P04-070213

1481 Cats |
HIMALAYAN Kitten Blue
Point, fluffy blue eyed. F,
1st shots, HC. Ready on
Christmas Eve. $325
Cash (863) 646-5296

V Kittens & CatsV
Free to good home. Spay-
ed, neutered, some vac-
cines (813) 963-6612
Persian & Persian Mix,
Free to good home,
must see. Would like to
keep together if possi-
ble. Call813-784-0446
SIAMESE KITTENS, regis-
tered, raised underfoot,
loving & sweet, health
certificates & shots,
$300.(941) 408-9832
14821 Birds
GREENWING, B/G, Mili-
tary Macaws, Blue Front
Amazons, Healthy
Handfed Babies $600-
$1200 (813) 493-2609
Class 584 is your ticket to
Boating Adventure!


484 Misc Pets/
484 Services

ARCHED AQUARIUM for
sale, 450 gallons, paid
$36,000, sacrifice
18,000 or best offer.
727-560-6081

i Sales, Etc.
Plant City 6413 S. County
Line Rd. 11/2 miles N. of
Hwy 60 Huge yard sale,
lots of new stuff. Dec.22,
23 & 24 7am-?
500-549
Farmer's Market

500 Fruits &
500 Vegetables

ORANGES
(Navel) &
GRAPEFRUIT,,
813-752-8830
You pick Tomatoes
Artesian Farms, 30th
Street SE, behind KFC.
8-5 7 days a week.

I505 Farm
505 Supplies
BARN POLES New/Used
PT 10'- 30'Long,
$1- $2.50/Foot.
Delivery Available.
813-633-0780
15101 Farm Equip. I
TRACTOR MF20C, 46.5 HP
bush hog, box blade,
$5500. runs great.
813-982-0043
Icqe Horses &
525 Livestock

POLE BARNS. Garages.
workshops, houre barns
*20x20x9 $2,600
*20x30x9 $4,200
*24x24x9 $4,032
24x40x9 $E6020
Other Sizes Available
LIC# CBC1253330
813-713-2333 788-3501
Web #76374


Just in time for Christ-
mas! 2 & 3yo reg. Arabi-
an fillies, full sisters
with Khemosabi & Bask
bloodlines, great dspo-
sitions no bad hanis.
elegant movers $2K &
$3K, possible deliv. 7
reg. mini horses, 3mos-
lOyo, $500 and up. All
can be seen at
www.jburgett.com
352-465-8216
Quarter Horse-$500,
Pony-$500, Mini-$200,
All Kid-safe. + 30 more!
Will finance anyone. $0
dn, $100/mo. Many
beautiful paints! Will
trade & rent $15/hr,
$25/day. Call now:
813-649-1126 www.
suncitystables.com
APHA 12 yr old 15H Geld-
ing, Barrels/trails
$2500; Palamino Geld-
ing 16 yrs old, 15.1H;
Paint Mare 6 yr old,
15.2H, ranch/trails; Bay
Mare 10 yrs old, 15H,
trail & beginner safe
$2000. (941)776-0455
WANTED!! Horses,
monies, goats, sheep,
lamas, cattle & any
animals except cats or
dogs. Tack, trailers &
equip. Top prices paid.
Good home. Call Cyndi
now: 813-649-1126
Box blade 3.5'x2', like
new with 3 teeth. Asking
$300. 2002 Gator 6x4
with H&S manure
spreader, grt shape,
runs grt! Asking $9500.
813-477-3592
Warmblood Hanoverian/
Cross Mare 2.5 years,
16-0h, very big, started
under saddle, $500
Paint Draft Cross Mare
(brwn & wht), 1.5years,
BIG, $3500.352-267-6216
PRETTY PAINT MARE
APHA OVER Very quiet
and sweet, super youth
or novice. Great
bloodlines, super
mover. Xmas deluxe
$5,500 (813) 478-6758
PAINT HORSES FOR SALE,
Registered 8 yr old Bay
Tobiano Gelding $2800
obo.12 yrold Black&
White Mare, Barrel
Horse, $5800 obo.
813-241-5931
Free Horse if boarded
with us! Full board;
$250/mo. Horses rented
$15/hr, $25/day Call
now 813-649-1126 www.
suncitystables.com
West Pasco Horse Rescue
Everybody Rides, Pay-
ment Plans, Financing
Adoption, Sales & Lease
727-856-0732 243-8960
GELDINGS- (3) QH, Tack
Included. 2001, Pond. 4
Horse Bumper Pull Trir
w/Divider, All for $5500
firm. 813-754-9027
PASO FINOS, loved nur-
tured. Terms available;
starting at $2000.
(863) 666-1833 www.
winterlakefarms.com
CATTLE, 100 young cross-
bred Cows For Sale.
Some with Baby Calves
at sides.
Call (941)741-1509
Check out class 418
for cool deals on A/C's


I5 Horses &
52 Livestock

One 5-yr-old gelding and
one 22-r-old gelding for
sale w/tack, $1500. Call
813-661-6101 and leave
message.
Quarter horse paint, re-
duced from $2500 to
$500. Great Christmas
present. Several others
@75% off 813-264-1919.
Feeder Calves, $235 & up.
Herford, Angus, Cross
Breds. DOVER
813-659-0935.

PONYS Christmas special
1 small pony. gelding,
$750; 1 medium pony
mare, $800; Kid safe.
813-681-2620
MINIATURE DONKEYS,
All Ages
And One Mule
813-625-6156 920-5741
LIVESTOCK hauling, fenc-
ing, portable en. Land
clearing. 813-754-3797
1 Pastures &
526 Stalls
Beautiful country Barns
filled with rustic charm
Custom built on your
property. (727)514-2482
or(727)860-5035
ZEPHYRHILLS
Horses boarded, 10-stall
barn, turn out. Call -
813-404-0268
1527 | Hay & Grain
PEANUT HAY
TIFTON44
Bahia grass square or
rolls.Call 352-567-6773
813-714-8802 Ive mess
rgR Saddles -
528 I Togs & Tack

CIRCLE Y SHOW SADDLE
along with two match-
ing nead stalls reins
breastcollar matching
saddle/bridle bags
cream colored show pad
and three silverwestern
show halters. $1,200
(813)759-2883
550-599
Recreation


560 Motor Homes
560- RV's
22' DYNAMAX '03 Sports
Sedan 220, Ford E350
19k orig mi, sips 2, fully
self contained. Asking
$56,000 (203) 644-5120
36' 1989 Southwind Ford
460 engine, 68K mi, runs
excellent, book value
$14,900, $11,900/obo
Riverview 813-786-1330
36' Holiday Rambler Ad-
miral 1999 38K mi, 1
slide, Exc. Cond., 3 T.V.'s
& Sat. Dish, Jacks.
$44,900.813-633-4321
Web #72829


37' Fleetwood Bounder
2003 In Mint Cond! No
Smoke/Pets! 300HPTur-
bo Diesel, 26K mi, 2
Slides, Diesel Gener.
Inverter, Icemaker, 4 dr
Refrig. Front Bra
Basement Stor. T.V./Sat.
Dish. Surr. Snd, W/D.
$99K. 813-716-1188
40'2000American Dream
40K miles, full luxury, all
amenities, 350hp diesel
warranty pkginci. $165K.
Tampa 315-525-5254
Web#108571


40' Revolution 2004 Dbi
Slides, 3100 miles, All
options, No Pets or
smokers $172,000
727-938-0615
Web #101033


888-Bates RV Nearly 600
Airstream Jayco -
Alpha 1-4 exit l4Tampa.
RVAwningMats.com
6x9,9xl2&New for 2006-
9x18 reversible RV Mats.
25 styles to choose from.
Perfect for Camping
and RV'ing. Toll Free
866-MY RV MAT.
ORDER ONLINE for Xmas:
RVAwningMats.com
I52 Campers &
5 Travel TrIrs

22'Hi-LoTT
sleeps 6, back bathroom,
new tires, $4500.
813-782-6155
24' TT 1994 Coachmen
Elite, sips 6, shower,
stove w/oven heat &
air, exc cond. $5800.
813-870-6262 503-7723.
29' 1995 Prowler 5th
wheel. Many extras.
$7500/obo
813-737-3212
29'Sunnybrook 2005 Cil-
antratraveltrailer, qn br
w/bunkhouse, sleeps 8,
comes with hitch
$13,000.813-967-4846
30'2004 DUTCHMAN LITE,
full slide, self contained,
central A/C, king bed,
- loaded. Used once.
$17,000 (863)242-1059





DECEMBER 22, 2005 THE COURIER 31


562Campers&
562 Travel Trlrs

33' International TT '04,
Mega slide, sips 6, CHA,
W/D, Loaded.S16,500
813-494-2402

35' 2005 Franklin, 2
slides, stackable w/d,
TV, $19,500.
352-588-2056
319-430-8733
35' 94 Avion 5th wheel, 2
slides CHA & roof air.
One of the finest, in exc
cond. $16,900.
561-676-5978
42' 2004 Heritage 5th
Wheel, fibre glass, 2BR,
3 slide outs, many ex-
tras N/S, no Pets.
$33,000.813-426-2855
45' 2002 Franklin 5th
wheel, 2br 4 slides
W&D, dual fridge, dual
AC, asking $24,900.
813-784-8969.
564 Recreational
564 Rental I

POPUP CAMPERS for rent
A/C, Sink, Stove, Frig.
Call Lynn to reserve
813.546.1827 www.popup
rentalcampers.com
| 565 | RV Storage I
Outdoor Storage, 5515
Causeway Blvd RVs,
Boats, Cars, Trucks,
Constr. equip. etc. Bran-
don, Riverview, $40-$50-
$106 mo 813-220-1538
Fowler & 1-75 RV's/Boats
etc. covered storage
433 $125/mo secure
Happy Traveler RV Park
813-986-3094
S Swimming
580 Pools & Spas

A-1 SPAS
Year End Clearance!
Prices slashed on all
scratched dent and all
2005 models in stock!
ALL SPAS INCLUDE:
Deluxe cover!
Installation!
Chemical pkg.!
Ozonator!
Full Warranty!
Sales Ends 12/30/05
9017 Adamo Drive
813-623-9997
SW corner Hwy 301 & 60
Factory Direct
Tampa
Gulf to Bay Spas
f 813-781-9232 t
www.gulftobayspas.com
HOT TUB/SPA 5 person,
Deluxe model, fully
loaded, never used, full
warranty, sacrifice
$1,500.813-508-1320
HOT TUB/SPA, like new, 5
person, 24 jets, cabinet,
digital LED, waterfall,
loaded, sacrifice!
$1,475.813-401-4007
New 7 person spa, load-
ed. $96/month Thru
Home Depot. Cover,
warranty. Can Deliver.
866-776-0999

WE MOVE SPAS
ANY TIME 24/7.
813-625-0165
Saunas &
581 Tanning
Equip






SAUNAS
New 2006 infrared sauna
models have arrived!
FREE LOCAL DELIVERY
AND SETUP! Freight in-
cluded outside of our
delivery area. LUXURY
AT ITS FINEST.
Spa Warehouse -
1641 Land 0' Lakes Blvd.
Lutz 813-909-2000
Web #128248



| Water
5 ,831 | Vehicles

HONDA 2004 AquaTrax
F12, less than 25hrs, like
new condition, always
garaged, ext warranty,
ual trlr, accessories.
Must sell due to recent
health problems. $8,900.
(813)956-9320,
SKI & TUBING COMPLETE
package. Life jackets. aii
sizes, ski-ropes tubes.
skis, etc. Total $500o0o
813-960-9111
5841 Boats I
17*1998 Ranger r71 bass
boat Mercury 115, Mirnn
Kota Maxxum 24v fool
control trolling motor.
good condition, asking
$8.5k 863-257-0516
Web #66797



19' 1995 KEY WEST, CC,
115hp Mercury, trlr,
GPSi FF, live bait well,
bimmi, low hrs, $9500.
813-624-2186
19' 2002 Century Bay
Boat 115 HPYamaha en-
gine, very low hours, 2
fishwells, bimini, trir.
$15k.813-477-2847
Want Ads


15841 Boats I
1992 Wellcraft Sports-
man. 25 foot, twin 2000
150 Mercury outboards.
Cuddy cabin, 2000 trail-
er. Ready to go fishing.
Asking $22,000. Located
in the Ocala area. Will
consider trade.
352-347-4470
20' Aquasport 1986 CC,
140HPJohnson, Trailer,
Bimini Top, Depth Finder
Good Cond. $4200
813-918-1231
14' 1969 Pro-Line, Re-
stored, 1997 115-Evin-
rude, Runs great, hard-
top, aluminum trailer,
CD plyr VHF more
$7995 Brandor FL
305-481-7644
24'2004 STINGRAY, cabin.
cruiser, too many extras
to list, exc. condition,
low hrs. $36,000. Call
813-629-78813 293-1930
24' MACH I 1990 cuddy
cabin 454 I/O Bravo out
drive, thru hull exhaust,
dual axle alum trailer.
Must sell $3500 obo
(727) 479-9174
24.5' 1994 Bayliner
(classic cruiser) I/O,
sleeps 4, gallery, radio
gps, kept in a high and
ry facility in Apollo
Beach all repairs done at
this facility. $15,000.
Call 1-863-701-8600
24.6' 2003 VECTOR Hydra
Sport, twin 150s, low
time, fully equipped
trailer, cover, must see!
$59,000 813-746-1018
25' 1995 WELLCRAFT 238
Walk-Around, incl Trlr,
225hp Ocean Runner, grf
shape. Below book $14K
813-927-1414 385-5579
25' 2001 Maxum Merc
260HP, 130 Hours AC,
Loaded & Clean War-
ranty $29,500 ($5K un-
der ADA) 813-281-0197
Web #97963


26' Mako 33' OA length.
1988 w/twin 200 Yama-
ha's, windless, almost
new alum. trlr. FM/CD,
VHF, GPS, FF Looks &
Runs Great! $24,900 obo
Will consider trades.
Must Sell! 813-649-1313
35' 1997 MARLAGO Twin
250 hp Mercury EFI. Full
Ratheon instruments,
flow scan, autopilot,
outriggers, battery
charger, very very
clean must sell (813)
748-8399
37' Uniflite 1981 twin
Volvo diesel, 235hp
each, electronics,
canvas, 8KW generator.
$50K. Call 863-206-1564
42' SILVERTON Convt00,
3126, maint rec. chair,
riggers spareprops
8 man fife raft, $249K.
813-884-5420 645-8257
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+ /mo. Secured loc'n
813-684-9171
Several Storm Dama ed
& Donated Boats. Will
Buy & Sell. Call Mike
727-204-7988

Largest Volume Pontoon
Dealer in Florida.
See New Sea King Boats!
www.donsboating.com
813-677-1300
585 Boat Slips
585 Storage

Shell Point Marina
Wet slips dry racks
Gulf Access
Great Service!
Best Rates
Under New Management
Call 813-645-1313
SLIPS FOR SALE OR
LEASE. Pasadena Yacht
& Country Club.
727-381-7922 xt 12.

Marine
586 Supplies &
Repairs
T-TOPS ANODIZED ALUM
WITH NEW CANVAS.
CUSTOMIZED TO FIT ANY
BOAT $800 941.266.0903
www.aqua-shade.com
MOTOR-225 Merc. Black
Max, EFI, low water pick
up, short shaft, 7hrs
since new, mint cond
$6.800.(352)341-5900
15871 Sailboats
30' Hunter, fiberglass
perfect, great deal for
$16k. Call for informa-
tion.
813-604-2416
600-649
Transportation

Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
Bay Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warrarny
Auto/ Boat/ RV
813-926-9994
Engines & Transmissions
Used & Rebuilt-90 days
up to 3 yrs warr. M-F 9-5.
MemBBB 813-875-1500
ADVERTISE IN CLASS 631
AND SEE YOUR VAN GO!


Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z. Guaranteed
quality work. Your place
or mine. Call Rob
813-610-1535

6| Utility.
271 Trailers

6x12x2 Never used- 15"
wheel w./ate $825. Oth-
ers avail reliablewel-
dingandsteelsup-
ply.com 813-237-0110
7'X18' CAR TRAILER 5" C
channel frame, full met-
al deck ramps, floor tie
rings, less than 2500
miles, $2,150 (813)
949-5483
1 Trucks Light
529 Duty

Chevrolet 1996 S10 pick
up long bed V6, A/C,
camper 5spd, hi miles.
$2400 ODb 813-504-6742
Ask for Dave
CHEVY 1986 S10 low mile-
age, original owner
$1500 OBO.
813-754-6154 after 1PM
CHEVY 1998 1500 V6 Vor-
tec 112K, Cold AC, Auto,
$3,900 obo 813-477-4673

CHEVY 2000 S10,4 cyl,
5 spd. cold AC, new tires,
red, great mileage,
$3800 oeo 813-404-6071

CHEVY 2002 SILVERADO
LT2500, ExtCab Diesel, I
owner. 98K mi. Onstar.
Ithr, full power, h.add.
$19.5K:.br613 1?0 620i8
CHEVY '004 SILvERADO
1500 LS, White, Grey
interior, bedliner, 18,500
mi., exc. condition.
$17,900.813-737-1939
CHEVY 2004 SILVERADO
LS, reg cab, under warr,
V8, auto, 26K mi,
beautiful cond. $13,500
obo.813-986-0171
Dodge 2001 Dakota Sport,
2.51, Bedliner tonneau
cover. Great shape.
Must go. Best offer.
813-382-7266
FORD 1989 F350 DUALLY 4
dr, crew cab 460 gas
motor auto l/D, load-
ed, cold A/C. $2500 obo
(727) 479-9174
FORD 1994 F-250. 4WD.
Off road suspension.
Bedliner. Crash bars. Ex-
tra lights. New tires.
battery, Alt'r. $4,000.
727-849-2843 aft 5pm
FORD 1995 F-150 SWB,
low mi, 4WD, Maroon
auto, cold AC, CD. Great
condition. $5500.
813-654-2430
FORD 2003 F150 30,500 mi,
White, Supercrew, Auto.
2 WD Bedliner, 8 Cyl.
$18,500, Great Value
(813) 205-5018
MAZDA 1999 B2500,131K
mi Black PU, 5 speed,
2WD, 4 cyl, bedliner,
AC, CD. 3,200obo.Call
813-5984946
TOYOTA 1997 TACOMA,
4WD, extended cab CD
A/C, Forest Green, oo00K
mi., well maintained.
$7,50 obo 813-417-2423
TOYOTOA 2002 Tacoma
prerunner xtra cab AC,
auto, AM/FM CD, clean,
45K mi. $14.299.
813-277-4350
f 1n Trucks- |
630 Heavy Duty

CHEVY 1998 3500 All Op-
tions, Over $2,000 spent
on 96K Mi Tune up. V8
turbo Diesel Clean
$13,500 .813-376-9634
FORD 1991 F350 Black,
Flatbed w/Sth Wheel,
$5000 GMC 1995 Half
ton Pick-up. $2000
352-585-0583
FORD 2002 Harley David-
son F150 Supercrew
pewter, fully loaded,
8K miles rare find,
$29,300.813-310-8274
GMC 20032500 HDSLT Ext
cab, long bed, 4x4, 8.11tr,
Allison trans, 43,500 mi,
ext wrty, exc cond.
$23,900.813-780-7984
ISUZU 1991 NRR 18' flat-
bed 6 cyl diesel, 165K
mi. $3900,813-645-0611


630 I 4-Wheel I
630B Drive

AVALANCHE 2002 Z71
46500 mi White w/tan
4WD, Leather loaded
Excel Cond. '$17900
Must Sell(847)528-6768

OFF ROAD, ex cal, 5.7,
full pwr, fthr, like new!
$950. 813-689-9897,
909-6092
16311 Vans
CHEVY 1998 VENTURE LS
extended 7-passenger
van with driver info cen-
ter excellent cond.,
$6,600.813-975-1549
DODGE 1998 Caravan SE
Lt Blue No Air Runs
Good, Hwy Mi, Rmvble
Seats, Infiniti Snd $2100
obo 813-786-0904
A Dock Full of Deals in the
Boating Classifications
everyday! '


1631 iVans I
DODGE 2002 CARAVAN,
74,000 miles $7,500.
Also Saturn 1997, 93,000
miles, $3,000-$3,500.
813-632-0186
DODGE 2005 Caravan
SXT electric seats &
windows, oil change re-
cord, original owner.
Asking $-13.500. Call
813-837-0660,810-2027.
DODGE 2005 HANDICAP
Van, 10" lowered floor,
power ramp, 17,000
miles. Call for more in-
formation 727-492-1630
FORD ECONOLINE 15 Pas-
senger, 1-2001 & 1-2002;
high mileage, well main-
tained. $4000each
727-423-0352
FORD 1994 AEROSTAR
Ext, good cond, tinted,
white Kelly value at
$15t0.asking $1300/obo
813-770-2093
FORD 1998 WINDSTAR
Leather, dual air, new
tires & brakes. Runs
great! $4,295
813-655-2909
FORD 2001 Windstar, sil-
ver, 5dr, power, A/C, au-
to, new tires, $5000.
813-707-0440
Nissan '94 Quest GXE. It's
SWEET! Champagne,
ar I-own, dealer maint.
Delicately low mi., near
mint., ice-cold air, capt.
seats tinted windows,
$5,297.813-382-4540
TOYOTA 1998 Sienna CE
white, tan clean int 107k
mi, elderly owned. Ex-
cellent condition! $6500
obo. Call 813-837-9208
I Sport Utility
632 Vehicles

BMW 2004 5 Series, 4DR,
silver, blk int, auto,
assume lease, $601 +
tax /mo. 1st 4 mo FREE,
exc cond. must sell, low
mi, 813-251-9272 or
813-310-9911

CHEVY 2002 TAHOE
Blue, good condition, 1
owner, $15,000. Call:
0 813-961-28641
DODGE 2003 Durango
Sport, 5 pass, black,
2WD, 45K mi. new tires,
very good cond. $12,000.
813-839-2244
FORD 1995 Explorer XLT
167K, New Trans, Pwr
Win & Seats, Leather,
AM/FM/CD, Cold A/C
$3,100 813-685-1471
FORD 1997 EXPLORER
XLT, blue, leather, all
pwr, sunroof, 108,000
mi, great cond, $6,199
(813 288-9444
FORD 1998 Exp Sport2 dr
all power, excond$3900
OBO. 813-763-3730
Ford 2003 Escape, Limited
Edition, 16,650 mi., Ithr
intr, all the extras new
condition. $18,060.
Call 813-994-4481
FORD 2004 Explorer EB
BIk/Tan Lthr, V6, Warty,
Garaged Non Smoker,
MSRP $341, $20,400 OBO
813-839-5900. 263-6434
Web#91993


FORD 2004 EXPLORER
XLT, 34K, Silver, Lthr Int,
2WD, V6 Pwr 3rd row,
tow pkg, 'running
boards, auto. $17 500
obo (813) 830-1990
GMC 2003 Envoy, fully
loaded, 5583 mi. only, 1
owner, gar. kept. exc
condo. eIling due to ill-
ness. $2000 & take over
payments. 813-933-4620
HUMMER 2000 H1 Soft
.Top by American Gener-
al the REAL Hummer"
Punctiliously main-
tained. Black w/tan, on-
board navigation sys-
tem. CTIS run flat sys-
tem, 6.5L diesel engine.
AC, cruise control, 6 CD
changer, bedliner, 47.5k
mi. Under warranty, all
records, never driven
off road. Exc cond.
$43,000.813-767-3383
Web #93028



INFINITI 2003 FX35, slvr,
w/tan Ithr exc cond,
loaded,tech/sport pkg,
20 in wheels, one owner,
$28,990.813-677-7475
JEEP 1994 Grand Chero-
kee 4x4, high highway
miles, runs ood, $3100
obo. 813-784-8969.
JEEP 1994 WRANGLER
Black Sports Utility, 5
Seed, 4 WD 4 Cyl.
$5t,000, OBO, Cust Sell
173k miles (727)
692-5318
JEEP 1999 Gr Cherokee
LTIDSilver, 85Kmi Load-
ed, Leather, 6 CD Cgr,
Tow Pkg, Extra Clean,
$9,250 .813-253-3342
Jeep 2000 Wrangler, Grn
w/tan cloth top, Custom
rims, sound bar, cold ac,
54K mi., Exc cond.
$10,500.813-933-8111
JEEP 2004 Wrangler
Sport, white, upgraded
stereo, wheels/tires, se-
curity lock box. 23k mi.
Garage kept. $19k.
13-334-9378
Classified Ads Prices
well within sight A se-
lection that's lust right!


632 Sport Utility I 1635 | Motorcycles I
Vehicles
JEEP 2005 Wrangler Ex- YAMAHA 2002 YZ85
terra,7Kmi.$20000 obo Well maintained, runs
(take over pymts), I put great. $1800.
dwn $7K new in Sept. a63-858-0911
Call Ken 813-661-5503 1636 Golf Carts
KIA 2001 SPORTAGE
low mileage loaded, O CAT
ideal student car! GOLFCARTS
Won't last long! $7,500. wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
813-963-7099 Chargers parts all relat-
LAND ROVER 1999 Discov- ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
er II, 108k mi, comple- 16371 ATVs
te y rebuilt. Must See.
$9000obo. ARCTIC CAT 2005 400
813-871-1438 4x4, auto, exc. cond., 60
LANDROVER 2003 DIS- hrs, winch, 27" tires,
COVERY SE Loaded, exc inde susp., 2 yr warr.
cond, 62K mi, $18500. $5,300.813-714-0988
MUSTSELL! Call Mike 2005 ATV
813-319-2226 110cc 3spd + reverse, Ig
Web #76219 tires, 4 wheel brakes,
elec start, shaft drive,
C kBuy $1095 352-854-7279
,Ba ETON 2000 50CC ATV,
LEXUS 1999 LX470,32,700 Yellow, $600 OBO
Miles. Taupe/Tan Lthr 813-716-3703
Like New, includes full
warranty to 95K miles.
$27,500*813-289-1088 KASEA 2004 90 Exc.
LEXUS 2002 RX300 VSC Cond. Invested over
Blackwith tan leather $400, S0n out grew!
seats. Just Serviced. $2100 obo 813-240-7465
S85k mi. $20,900 firm.
813-238-4264 evenings 2004 Lifan 4 whir, Hot Red
SCION 2005 xB $2000 ex- w/back rack. 50 cc.
tra package, perfect, Brand new. Ridden 10x.
black,l6kmi.$14,250. Pd $1800. Sacrifice
$1200. Still under warr.
352-583-4297 813-477-3592
TOYOTA 1998 RUNNER, POLARIS 2001 250
4cyl original owner' Trailblazer, new tires
black, excellent condi- chain & battery. Great
tion, 5000 firm co condition.Askin$1850.*
813-671-0 r6 813-967-1977/927- 18

TOYOTA 1999 RAV4 CLASSIFIED
65K miles asking $7,500. WORKS
Call 813-453-7650 or
813-935-4020 2003 4x4 Polaris Sports-
TOYOTA 2002 4Runner man 600 twin, blue & sil-
SRSport, Silver,Own- rage kept, low
er, 50K, Leather, CD, mi ours$-5250oo.
Tow Pkg,$19,500 obo 863-944-2746.
813-453-0963 Terminator 200cc 4
I Istroke w/reverse, 5
Scooters & speed, lights, etc. Brand
633 Mopeds new05cdemo.
SPrice reduced $1550
50CC EURO SCOOTER 4 813-508-1299
cycle, 30mph, street YAMAHA 2003 Banshee
legal. $750 ew in box! Special Edition, black
813-245-3841 with yellow flames, un-
der 20 hours mint,
1634 | Go Carts | 36:firm.813-417-2544
ALL TERRAIN GO CART. 640 V iWanted
125CC. 4 str.-.ike r Wanted
cr.,oueOl enQine. ,ut'' CvT
trans, racFng seat, chest DONATE YOUR VEHICLE
plate &helmet included. to the "Original!" 1-800-
$1,000 oboDD CHARITY CARS! ** YOU
813-685-0955.610-5514 May Receive Full Fair
Market Value Even
New 2005 E-Z Go Golf w/the New Tax Laws!
Cart. Incl. battery char- 100% Charity Not a
ger, all weather cover, Commercial Fundraiser
lights, only used times. www.800charity-
$4,950.813-907-7751 cars.org
6351 Motorcycles I DONATE YOUR CAR
$3,000 GIFT IRS Deduc-
Buying motorcycle parts tion Free Pick-Up
Harley & other brands, RBUSEDW OMEN'S NET-
any condition, igor WORK 1-800541-6004
small. Wrecked bikes SehablaespaV ol
too 813-874-8203 Lv msg T AY
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1995 CASH TODAY!
SPRINGER BAD BOY, 13K For Cars, Trucks & Vans
mi's, exc. cond, new tires, Running Or Not.
extra chrome, ar kept. 813-728-7979
$9,500obo 813.300.0500 CASH PAID For Cars
Harley 1998 Davidson Running or Not! We'll
Electra Glide' Classic, comeick itup!
20K miles, liIke new Payin a [I bitmore
$12,000.813-236-4809 Call oh at 813-610-1535

HARLEY 2000 Super Glide Money
only 1800 m, arae a FORJUNKCARS
nthr oags, winseld, Same day. Call me first.
diamond ice pearl. 727-34-5125
$10,800813-714-8531 Want Ads
Harley 2002 Road Glide, WE BUY CARS Trucks
Black, 5500mi, like new, Rv's. Real Top $$$,CASH
many extras. $15000. Today! Any Condition.
Call813-909-8087 -Free Removal, 24 hrs.
or 813-293-1930 Call Alex 813-770-2720
HARLEY Davidson 2005 We BuyAll JunkCars!
Softtail, Sierra Red, 400 Cars, Truck orSUVs
mi, Extra chrome. I- Running or Not
mac cond. $14000 obo. 813-965-8761
813-909-2204.545-1565 813-325-1540
HD 2003 V-Rod custom, $$$$ CASH $$$$
100th Anniversary, to- For Cars, Trucks & Vans
tally upgraded perfect Any Price/Any Time
cond. $32k invested. CALL ME FIRST!
$19k. 813-610-2767 727-505-3882
HONDA 1989 Goidwing. Classic
Like new. lots 0o cnrrme
& i.gnts. reverse, many 644 Antique
eXtras $7500. obR. Vehicles
863-709-6818
HONDA 1999 XR100 1 BUICK 1987 Grand Nation-
HOwNer runs gRat al Mint condo. Orig turbo
Owner, runs grea motor. Alarm. New tires.
$-710150'31 $9,000obo
cell 727-992-1396
HONDA 2001 ShadowV BUICK 1989 Riviera white,
HONDA200 wVLX full loaded, low miles,
600, 5K miles, 55+ mpg loaded,1low7miles,
lots of extras excellent $995.813-671-1557
condition. $3,800 CHEVY 1950 Deluxe 2
Call 813-758-4291 Door, Runs & Looks
HONDA 2003 ST1300 Great! All Orig. $8,750.
Sport Tour, 9K warranty 813-597-6610
elec windshield, corbin, Web#105927
2 brothers, motor lights, W #592
$10,000. 813-986-0449 0 t J! 2SDoR ,
Kawasa 1998 KX 60 dirt y
bike, good condition MM W
$900.863-557-2031. Chevy 1965 Impala Super
Sport, small V8, auto,
Crager SS's, new paint,
KAWASAKI 2004 VULCAN needs very little. $5500
1500cc; under 1600 bo. (352) -0410
miles; customized lights El Camino 1970, big block
and paint; Vance and 396, 375hp, new paint,
Hines pipes. $7300.00. nice interior. Sell or
813-404-6476 trade. $11,500.
TRIUMPH 1977 Bonne- 813-920-3447
ville, matching #'s, orig. FORD 1965 1 Ton, Flatbed
exc mech cond. v-fast, hi Dump Truck, 6cyl, Auto,
compress. $3900. Old FL State Truck, 26K,
Call 813-259-9146 Good Cond. $3,200 obo
WANTED SportBikes.Any 352-799-4910,584-6749
year, any cond. We pay Ford 1990 Mustang, new
cash. Top $$. Will pick 345HP GT40 engine, Tre-
up. Sales/Serv/Part & mec 5 spd, nitrous,
Acc. 813-628-4797. conv, may trade or
THROTTLE FACTORY $7,900.813-727-1648


classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
LINCOLN 1979 Mark V
triple white collector
series, every options,
new paint, AC & tires,
very nice, $2500,
813-545-4589
MERCEDES 1976 450SL
hardtop convertible w/
new softtop, near
perfect cond. Taking
Offers. 727-736-9473
MERCEDES 1981 380 SLC
Last year in production.
158K orig. mi. pwr wdws
10 trk CDchgr. Grt cond.
$6000 (863)698-8094
Ron's Auto Restoration
1929-2000, Full & Partial
Rust repair & complete
paint. 727-533-8970

VW 1969 BUG Pic on
Ocala4sale.com. Locat-
ed in Brooksville. $3950
obo (337) 370-7671

1645 1 Limousines
STRETCHED Limos Want-
ed Lincoln Towncars
2000 to 2003
9 813-654-8589
164 Automobiles
649 For Sale
AAA Rated Donation. Do-
nate Your Car. IRS De-
ductible. Free Pick-
up/Tow. Any Mod-
el/Condition. Help Un-
derprivileged Children.
OUTREACHCEN-
TER.ORG1-800-693-7911
AUDI 2003 A6 Quatro, 3.0,
Wht ext, Tan Ithr, sun
roof, Bose Stereo 35k
miles, exc cond,$21,500.
352-588-1b41
BMW 1994 325151,000 mi,
Red, Convertible, Sport,
Auto., $7,900, Flawless
(727) 638-2149

BMW 1994 325i White 4
door sedan, Clean Car,
Runs Great $5,000 obo,
813-661-0400

BMW 1995 318i, 4dr, auto,
red/tan leather, exc.
cond. 97K mi., Runs
Great! $7200 obo.
813-886-8558.
BMW 1995 740177,000 mi
Green, $6,900, all
options, tinted
windows well
maintained, 20+ MPG
(727) 638-2149
BMW 1999 528i Wagon, M
Sport Suspension &
wheels loaded, exc
cond. Silver. 79K mi.,
$13,900.813-758-2700
BMW 2000 740i 4dr Black,
Loaded GPS Warranty,
sunroof, new brakes,
new tires. Exc Cond.
$21,700 813-985-3771
Weoe l302

Buy

BMW 2001 325i
Black/beige interior,
fully loaded, 62K miles,
garage kept, $22,000
obo. 813-655-7375
BMW 2002 M3 Cony., 38k
mi, SMG/ NAV/ new
tires, exc cond., white,
1 owner, many extras.
$37,500.813-977-6688.
BMW 2003 330i Premium
Package, Auto every-
thing, Exc Cond.49K Mi
Silver/Grey, $26,500
813-952-4650 907-2383
Web#122998


BMW 2005 330i, alpine
white w/sand lthr int,
prem pkg, Xenon lights,
sound sys, moonroof,
exc cond 14,000 mi, 4 yr
50kmifull maint &wrtty
3 yr 3 mo remaining.
$37,500 must sell.
727-434-1477.
BUICK 1991 RIVIERA
99K miles, non smoker
senior owned, $2,500.
813-679-8223
BUICK 1992 Park Avenue,
clean, well maintained.
128k miles, $1200 obo.
813-949-6225/220-3917

BUICK 1997 LE SABRE,
FLed wht, maroon top,
Ithr, 61K, warr., excel-
lent, Senior must sell!
$5500 813-634-8458
CADILLAC 1996 DeVille
Low mileage, good con-
dition, coach top. Fully
loaded! $6,000 Call
813-948-8669
CHEVY 2003 MALIBU
4-dr, 6 cyl, full pwr, 60K
miles. Very nice car!
$6950. 813-689-9897,
909-6092

CORVETTE 1987
24,700 mi., auto, like new,
$13,000.813-431-0716

CORVETTE 1993, 40th
annv, ruby red 28,845
mi, auto, 2 tos, keyless
entry, loaded, exc cond.
$23,560.813-494-4639
CORVETTE 2003 Z06 50Th
Anniversary 8k miles
fact warr, 1st place OEM
show car, flawless
$40,000.813-986-0449
You can unload your
washer with an ad in ap-
pliances, class 416.


649 I Automobiles
649 For Sale

DONATE YOUR CAR, boat
or RV to help children
fighting diabetes. Tax
deduct le and freetow-
ing. Juvenile Diabetes
Research Foundation
thanks you. Please call
1-800-578-0408.
DONATE YOUR CAR-SPE-
CIAL KIDS FUND Be Spe-
cial! Help Disabled Chil-
dren with Camp and Ed-
ucation. FREE Towing,
DMV Paperwork! Tax
Deduction. Call 1-877-
GIVE-TO-KIDS
(448-3865) www.speci-
alkidsfund.org
FORD 1964 FALCON, reblt
200 CID engine, rebit.C-4
trans., front disc brakes,
2 BBL holleycarb, more.
$2,300 (727) 656-3462
FORD 19S7 Taurus
Wagon, AC, auto, low
miles $1300 obo.
Call 813-927-5475

FORD 1988 CROWN
VICTORIA LX, 68Kmi,
Blue, 5.0efi all options,
very nice $2,000
813-494-4949
FORD 1994 ESCORT LX
stat wagon, 4 cyl, auto,
nonsmoker, good clean,
reliabletransportation
$1350 obo. 813.843.0591
Ford 1994 SHO Taurus,
big eng, bucket seats
Ithr, roof, CD & tape, Old
man's car. $2,995 obo.
813-949-0104/ 732-1390
FORD 1997 T-bird, 62k mi;
It grn; spt cpe; AT; only
$4750 call orig owner
(813)633-8094

FORD 2000 Taurus, V6,
cold a/c, auto, 82k origi-
nal miles, excellent con-
dition. $4000
813-624-7296
FORD 2002 FOCUS 14,000
mi, Silver, Sedan, Auto.,
2 WD, 4 Cyl. Low Miles
great starter car, great
christmas gift, non
smoker, great gas saver
clean title. $8000
(813)220-7745
1990 HONDA CIVIC Police
Impound! Only $750!
Must Sell. For Listing
Call 1-800-749-8116, Ext.
5932
Honda 1990 Civic, $750!
Police Impounds!
For listing:
800-749-8167, ext. C752

Honda 1992 Accord LX,
$2500 obo. Many new
parts, to incl. tires, A/C,
AM/FM CD. 5spd sun-
roof. In Hunter s Green.
813-973-8140.
HONDA 1994 Prelude, AC,
All Power, Good Condi-
tion, Automatic. Sun-
roof, $3,500 obo
813-689-4808
HONDA 1995 ACCORD
125k, Coupe, Auto, 4cyl,
CD, $3,900
(813) 964-9123

HONDA 2003 CIVIC LX,
excellent cond., 9K mi
only, silver, automatic,
under factory warranty,
$13,500.813-784-8681
Web #60067


HONDA 2003 Civic EX
black, 5 spd. wrnty, 27K
mi. 1 owner, new tires,
moonroof, exc. cond.
$13,500 813-505-2737
Honda 2005 Civic LX Se-
dan, 4dr, manual trans,
5k mi, AC, PS PW PL,
cruise, CD, front airbags
$14,450.863-644-9918
Infiniti 2000 i30 pearl
white, leather, loaded,
new tires, runs great.
$11,800.813-545-6535

Infiniti 2003 QX4 Ivory,
66K mi., great condition,
new tires 1 owner,
$18,500. Cafl:
813-961-2864
JAGUAR 1987 XJ6, Exc.
cond. leather, sunroof,
109K mi. non-smoker,
2nd owner, $2900,
813-884-2827 9 404-5913

KIA 2004 RIO 4 dr Sedan
Auto Blue A/C, AM/FM
& CD, Fact. Warr. 25k mi.
Gas Saver!! Exc. Cond.
$7500. 813-994-8097
LEXUS 1995 SC400, red
94K mi. exc. conld. all
extras, $9400.
813-245-0756

LEXUS 1996 LS 400, tan,
Ithr int, sunroof, fully
loaded, only 89k miles.
Sell for $10,500.
813-335-5212
LEXUS 2004 ES330 34k mi,
Silver Sedan Auto., 6
Cyl. $26,900, Must See,
Flawless (941) 232-8736

LINCOLN 2001 Towncar
Cartier, beige, Ithr int.
52K mi. Best offer
Seffner. A+ condition!
813-684-3399
MAZDA 1995 Millenia, Ithr
int, snrf, 113k mi, runs
good, new tires needs
paint. $2100.
813-917-2494
MERCEDES 1988 5605L
103K mi black, excellent
condition. 2 tops.
$10,000 813-601-3936

CLASSIFIED WORKS


I Automobiles
649 For Sale

Mercedes 2002 Benz
ES5AMG, 1 owner, Slvr w/
2-toned intr, 50K mi.,
navigat., every opt., Exc. -
cond. New List $81K. Now
$34,900.813-453-2337
MERCEDES 2002 C320
BIk/Gray Ithr int 6 cyl.
16K mi, Loaded, Mint
Cond! Sunrf, Dler Svcd.
$24,900.813-878-0264
MERCURY 1996 Grand
Marquis LS, All power,
exc cond, leather interi-
or 98K mi, MUST SEE
$4500. 0B0813-763-3730
MERCURY 1997 Cougar
XR7 117K mi, Alloys,
Cold AC Runs & Looks
Good. White $3200 obo
813-294-4797
MINI 2003 COOPERS, One
adult owner, 79,000 hwy
mi, Yellow many up-
rades $14,500 Great
Value! (813) 514-3525
MINI-COOPER S 2005,
Help I need a home! Pre-
mium & Sport Pkg. Fully
Loaded, Blue, Sunrf,
4100 mi, Exc. Cond.
$22,500 727-804-4892
MITSUBISHI 1993 GT
3000SL, Auto, New Tires,
Paint, Brakes, Low Miles,
Mint Adult Driven
$6,500 obo 727-420-5712
Web #96319



Mitsubishi 2001 Spyder
GS Conv't, AT, silver
w/blk Ithr, new top,
excellent. 56K miles.
$9,450obo 727-641-6677
NISSAN 1984 200SX Tur-
bo, orig owner, match-
ing #'s. Aprox 50k mi.
Exc cond. $6400.
Call 813-259-9146
NISSAN 2000 ALTIMAGXE
w/90K mi, auto, all pow-
er, orig owner, black,
Seat gas mileage.
6,000 727-458-8032
NISSAN 2004 350Z Tour-
ing Auto w/Tiptronics
Conv, 6 CD, alloys load-
ed. Low mi. Must See!
$28,500 813-961-2864
-Nissan 2004 350z black,
auto, black leather int,
Bose audio, 13.4k mi,
excellent condition.
$27,900.813-877-6388
NISSAN 2004 SENTRA 2.5
SE-R, fact warr, silver
over grey, new tires, AT,
wr pack, 25K,
$11,995 813-334-9504
$500! POLICE IMPOUNDS!
Hondas, Chevys, Jeeps,
Toyotas, Nissans &
more! Cars / Trucks /
SUVS from $500! Forlist-
ings call 800-749-8116,
Ext.4854.
Ponitac 1984 Ferrari 308
Replica, runs good, low
mi, needs int work, inci
98 Pontiac supercharge
V6eng,$5K. 852-2885
Pontiac 1993 Trans Am,
burgunday with tan
leather int., 22K orig.
mi., 1 owner, exc cond.
$7800.813-300-7013
Saab 900 SE Turbo con-
vertible, leather, CD
changer clean well
maint, 80k mi. $5,000
813-389-9932
Web #9808



SATURN 1993 SL2, 4dr,
125k mi, new tires runs
good, .very dean,
am/fm/cd. $1000obo.
813-690-4793
TOYOTA 1987 MR2, 2
seater, runs good, all
maint records. $1000.
813-610-1892

Toyota 1999 Corolla, 63K
miles, auto, white. Very
well maintained, runs
great. $5800.
813-454-6999
TOYOTA 2000 CAMRY LE,
4dr auto silver all pow-
er, ABS front & side air-
bags, 81K mi, exc cond.
$8,300 813-495-3930
TOYOTA 2003 CAMRY
blue, cloth interior, 30K
mi, AT, CD all pwr, like
new $13,500 obo
813-767-3468
TOYOTA 2003 Camry XLE
leather dual power
seats, electric sunroof,
etc. Great cond 38K mi,
$15,700. 813-684-6317

VOLVO 1998 V70 wagon,
2nd owner, family car,
CD, leather, roof rack,
new tires, green w/tan
int, $5900.813-251-0273.
VOLVO 2000 S70 GLT-SE
all power, mint, loaded,
maintenance records,
one owner 112k miles.
$7500 813-926-0992
VOLVO 2000 S80 V6, One
Owner Mint Condition.
813-634-3401/416-6950


$500! Police Impounds,
Hondas, Chevys
Toyotas, Etc. From $500
for listings
800-749-8167, ext.4124




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