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Art On

The Block

More than 400
pieces to be sold.
See Page 3.


Strawberry Queen Pageant

Last year's queen and court, left, are
ready to hand over the crown at this
weekend's event.

See Page 5.


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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2006 SERVING.PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


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REWARD
. The Florida Straw-
berry Growers
Association offers a
Sl0 000 reward for
information in the
killing of Bruce White
PAGE I

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Political and business
leaders turn out for
a Trinlde Center
fundraiser that aims
to raise $4 million.
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PhDotos and innerr.
from weekend fishing
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PAGE 18


.KEVINBRADY/Staff photo
Designed for abused children and their parents, the Rainbow Family Learning Center in Plant City provides a 20-week parenting program.



Rainbow Ball Helps Fund Center


INDEX


CALENDAR
PAGE 5S


OBITUARIES
PAGE 9

CROSSWORD
PAGE 11


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kbrady@mediageneral.com
A mother for three years, a parenting class was the
last thing Sylvia thought she needed.
But after a domestic dispute turned ugly in
front of one of her children, a family court judge
thought otherwise. The judge decided her two young-
sters would be better off without their mom and
ordered the children removed from her home. And if
she wanted her children back, she would have to
complete a parenting class at the Rainbow Family
Learning Center.


"I wasn't too happy about it,"
said Sylvia, who did not want her
last name used. "I mean, I had
been a parent and now I was
being told I needed to be trained
to be a parent."
Today, having almost com-
pleted the course, Sylvia sees
things differently.
"They really help parents deal
with situations that they run into
with the child every day," she
said. "For example, if a child
throws a temper tantrum, they
teach you how to deal with it
without resorting to abuse or


loud language."
Sylvia is due to complete the
program Feb. 14., and hopes to
have custody of her children in
March.
It is those kinds of stories that
drive Di Lott to commit her time
and energy to the Rainbow Ball.
"You read articles about child
abuse all the time it seems," said
Lott, a mother of four. "But this:
is time well spent on something
that tries to stop that cycle of
abuse."
Celebrating its 19th year, the
ball provides funding to the


Rainbow Family Learning Center
in Plant City, just south of Park
Road. Last year, the event
generated $62,860 for the center.
That was 41 percent of the
center's annual budget of
$154,103. Organizers are hoping
to top that this year. They
already have a $10,000 donation
from Sunshine State Federal
Savings and Loan in Plant City.
"The ball really pulls the whole
community together," said Lott,
who is co-chairing the event for
the third time. Mary Heysek is
the other co-chair.
A division of the Child Abuse
Council, there are Rainbow
Family Learning Centers in
Tampa, Ruskin and Plant City.
Designed for abused children
(infants to 5-year-olds), the
centers provide an intensive 20-
week parenting and growth
program.
The Plant City center runs two
full sessions every year and
enrollment is limited to 15
children.
The majority of the families in
the program ar6 not happy to be
there at first, said Jessica Rey-
nolds, a development associate


Rainbow Ball
When: April 8
Where: Red Rose Ballroom at the
Ramada Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler St.
What. Dinner, wine tasting, open
bar. silent and live auctions, cigar
smoking area. ballroom dancing
demonstrations and live enter-
tainment with an open dance
floor.
Tickets: S125. Organizers of the
Rainbow Ball are also still look-
ing for sponsors Call: Di Lott,
754-8870, or Andrea Harding at
the Rainbow Center. 673-4646.
Who benefits: Plant City's Rain-
bow Family Learning Center for
abused children

at the center. In many cases,
family courts have removed the
child from the home 90 percent
of the youngsters at the Rainbow
Center are in foster care, officials
said.

See RAINBOW, Page 13




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PLANT CITY

DIGEST


Photos cones\ of Unrrv in the Communimr
Among those supporting the event are Mary Bradburn, left, state Rep. Rich Glorioso, Unity in the Community president Joyce .
Jordan, Mayor John Dicks, Bob Moffa and City Manager David Sollenberger.




Art Auction On Tap


Event Benefits Unity In The Community


"Boy with Collie," by Fred Rothenbush is one of the
pieces featured in the Feb. 11 auction.


Staff Report
Professional artists will be on
hand Feb. 11 at the headquarters
of the International Softball
Federation, 1900 S. Park Road,
for an art auction to benefit
Unity in the Community, a Plant
City group that helps the needy.
The group helps fund Plant
City's Meals on Wheels program,
as well as the city's United Food
Bank. Unity also helps a program
to provide medication for young-
sters whose families cannot
afford it.
A preview of the artwork is set
for 6 p.m., with wine and hors


d'oeuvres. The auction starts at 7
and will feature more than 400
pieces of art.
Some of the artists in atten-
dance will include John Vignari,
Greg Crumbly, Arnold Martinez,
Albert Swayhover, D. Windberg,
Dean Rusk and Drane Christo-
pher. They will be available to
sign sold pieces.
The event is sponsored by the
American Ideals Foundation.
Auctioneer, composer and pia-
hist Robert Moffa will perform at
the event and act as auctioneer.
Call: 752-1275.


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Correction
Due to a printing error, the
last question was not printed
in an interview with Danny
Coton, the new chairman of
the Greater Plant City Cham-
ber of Commerce.
Q: What would you like
people to say about your
tenure as chairman of the
chamber?
A: I hope people feel that I
have worked hard to create
new programs and further
the chamber vision.
However, the chamber
chairman is merely a figure-
head.
The real credit for a
successful year should go to
the committee chairman and
volunteers who put in so
many hours to accomplish
the goals set by the board.
Growers offer $10,000
reward for White's killer
The Florida Strawberry
Growers Association is
offering a $10,000 reward for
any information leading to
the arrest and conviction of
Bruce White's murderer.
White, 61, was killed Jan. 9
at 6 a.m. at his 6345 Durant
Road home. Hillsborough
County Sheriffs officers were
summoned by White's wife,
Francis.
Officers said Francis White
told them there was a knock
on the front door.
Bruce White went to the
door and at that time Francis
White said she heard what
she described as gunshots.
She then discovered her
husband just inside the front
door in the foyer area.
She said her husband told
her the individual who shot
him was an unknown white
male, and in need of a shave.
Bruce White later died at
Brandon Hospital.
If you have any
information regarding the
case, call the Hillsborough
County Sheriffs Office at 247-

See DIGEST, Page 4






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DIGEST
Continued From Page 3
8200. Anyone providing
information leading to the
arrest and conviction of the
killer is eligible for the $10,000
reward.

'Parent Survival Night'
A "Parent Survival Night" is
planned Feb. 2 at 5:15 p.m. at
Plant City High School, 1
Raider Place. Parents will
receive information about dis-
trict programs while taking
part in hands-on activities.
Students can choose from
movies, arts and crafts, games,
dancing, three-on-three bas-
ketball or a teen summit. Free
child care for potty-trained
children between the ages of 2
and 5 will be provided, and
complimentary snacks will be
served.
Call: 272-4060 or 272-4602.

Little Miss Plant City
Officials of the Little Miss
Plant City pageant will be
available to answer questions
Feb. 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at
My Girlfriend's Place, 301 S.
Collins St.
Sign-ups will continue at
My Girlfriend's Place and
Berry Patch Kids, 201 S. Collins


St., until Feb. 23 or until 40
contestants have registered.
Registration for the contest
will be Feb. 4-23. Fee is $45.
Girls must be ages 8 to 10 by
Feb. 4. Copies of competition
boundaries will be available at
registration.
The contest is planned for
April 1. Call: 967-3292.

Citizen of the
Year banquet set
The 47th annual Outstand-
ing Citizen of the Year is set for
March I at noon at the
Ramada Red Rose Banquet
Room.
The award was first given in
1960 to Arthur Boring. Last
year's winner was Coleman
Davis.
Reservations can be made
by calling Matt Buzza at 752-
6193, Ext. 204, or Ken Gibbs at
752-6171. The meal costs $18.

Housing sought
Private housing is being
sought for the Sun 'n Fun EAA
Fly In on April 4-10.
Spare bedrooms, apart-
ments, condominiums,
mobile homes and RVs are all
welcome.
For information, please call
Delores at (863) 644-2431,
Ext. 197.


Photo courtesy ni Barnyard Blessings -t-H Cluh

4-H club lends a hand
Barnyard Blessings 4-H club member Anna Hoffman, left, gives some toys to two sisters who
lost theirs as a result of Hurricane Wilma. The club, which draws members from Plant City,
recently made a trip to Clewiston to help seven families who are still dealing with the
effects of Wilma. The club also donated clothes and Wal-Mart gift cards to families. Club
members will return to the area Feb. 25 to help repair the Hendry County 4-H club's barn and
bring more items to seven families. Extra items will be given to other families. Donations are
still being accepted. Needs include toys, clothes and household items. Club members have
even donated their own bicycles. Bids are being accepted for lumber and tin to rebuild the
barn. For more information, contact the club at barnyardbRessings4h@yahoo.com or call
Stephanie Farmer at 737-4091.


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FRIDAY
Gospel sing
A Friday Night Gospel Sing featuring The
Dominion Trio from Salem, Va., is set for
Feb. 3 at 7 at Mount Zion Assembly of God,
3005 Thonotosassa Road. An offering will be
taken. Call: 752-1614.

Marvin Morrow concert
New Hope Free Will Baptist Church, 3101
Sydney Dover Road, will host singer Marvin
Morrow at 7 p.m. Feb. 3. Call: 754-5135.

Preschool Playmania
Preschool Playmania, a program for pre-
school-age children to play and socialize, is
offered Fridays from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the
Planteen Recreation Center, 301 N. Dort St.
Call: Jaci Jenkins, 757-9166.

Open house
The accounting firm of Edwards, Platt,
Raulerson, Coaklev & Co., 600 W. Dr. Martin
Luther King Blvd., plan an open house Feb.
3 from 4 to 6 p.m. Information: 752-4991; or
e-mail, epr@eprcpa.com.


SATURDAY
Yard sale
A community yard sale is planned Feb. 4
from 7 a.m. to noon at First Baptist Church
of Midway, 2902 E. Midway Road. Tables
and spaces are available for rent for $15
each. Call: Mike Rippy, 752-7209.

Strawberry Square flea market
The Strawberry Square flea market is
planned Feb. 4 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 4401
Boot Bay Road. The event will include a
white elephant table, breakfast sandwich
table, clothes and food. Call: 754-8725.

Flea market
The Lakes Mobile Home Park, Sam Allen
Road and State Road 39, plans a commu-
nity-wide flea market Feb. 4 at 8 a.m. Call:
754-3745.

Church dinner
First United Methodist Church, 13957
Methodist Church Road in Dover, will host
a roast beef and ham dinner in the church's
fellowship hall Feb. 4. from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
The menu will include roast beef, ham,
mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, cole-
slaw, rolls, dessert and tea or coffee. The
cost is $6.50 per adult and $2.50 per child.
Call: 659-1415

Plant City Bike Fest
Keeping with the monthly tradition,
bikers and motorcycle fans from all over
will gather downtown on Feb. 4 from 5 to 9
p.m. to enjoy food, products from more
than 70 vendors and. sponsors, and see
thousands of motorcycles on an eight-
square-block area by the Plant City Train
Depot, 102 N. Palmer St. Admission is free.
Call: 754-3707 or visit www.plantcity.org.

Gospel sing
A gospel sing is planned Feb. 4 at 7 p.m. at
The Church of God of the Prophecy, 11607
Grovewood Road. Call: 752-2778.

Bargain store
The GFWC Woman's Club of Plant City
will open its bargain store from 8 a.m. to
noon Feb. 4. Call: 754-8031.

SUNDAY
Scouting Sunday
Current and former members of Cub
Scout Pack 733 and Boy Scout Troop 5 will
honor "Duty to God" Feb. 5 at 10:30 a.m. at
Lord of Life Evangelical Lutheran Church,
2104 Mud Lake Road. Call: 752-6064.

Church hosts blood drive
A Florida Blood Services bloodmobile will
be on site Feb. 5 from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
St. Clement Catholic Church, 1104 N. Alex-
ander St. Call: 903-2600.

Church welcomes Starnes
The Evangelical Presbyterian Church of
Plant City, 1107 Charlie Griffin Road, will
host John Starnes Feb. 5 at 9:30 a.m. Starnes,
a singer and speaker who has appeared on


'Around


Picks of the Week


File photo

Strawberry queen pageant
Getting ready for their appearance at the 2005 Florida Strawberry Festival are
Queen Ashley Watkins, left, First Maid Caycee Hampton, Brooke Ellis, Amy Stewart
and Catie Walker. This year's Florida Strawberry Festival Queen's Pageant is set for
Tomlin Middle School, 501 N. Woodrow Wilson St., at 6 p.m. on Feb. 4. Tickets for
the pageant cost $10 and go on sale Feb. 3 at 5:30 p.m. at the school. Organizers
expect about 500 tickets to be available for the general public. Call: Brian West, 477-
4034.


Grammy winners

perform
Ahava Baptist Church, 6015
W. Farkas Road, will host
the Blackwood Gospel
Quartet, winners of two
Grammy awards, at 7 p.m.
Feb. 4. An offering will be
taken. Information: 737-3739
or www.ahavabc.com.


Photo courtesy ofAhava Baptist Church


John Davidson

concert
First United Methodist Church
of Plant City will present
Broadway and film star John
Davidson in concert at 7 p.m.
Feb. 5 at the Wesley Centre,
202 W. Reynolds St. All the
proceeds from the concert
benefit mission outreach
projects. Cost: $20.
Information: 754-3519 or
www.fumcplantcity.org.


See CALENDAR, Page 16


(LUBCLIPS

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.

Civitan Club
The Plant City Civitan
Club meets the first and thirc
Thursday of every month at 6:
45 a.m. at the Orange Blos-
som Tea Room, 106 S. Evers
St.
Call: Don, 684-4796.

Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity cf
Plant City meets at 7:15 p.m.
on the second Thursday of
the month at The Winter Vis-
itor's Center, next to the
Planteen Center, 301 N. Dort
St.
Call Don Rainatd, 707-
0331.


Florida A&M Alumni
The Florida A&M Univer-
sity National Alumni Associa-
tion's Plant City chapter
meets every fourth Monday
at 6:30 p.m. at Mount Moriah
Missionary Baptist Church,
911 E. Warren St. Call: Bea
Crowell, 752-0451.

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.

Junior Art League
The Junior Art League of
Plant City meets the first.
Friday of every month from 7
to 8:45 p.m. at Ms. Cherie's
Art & Frame Shop, 119 W.
Alexander St. The group was
formed to help children
appreciate art and partici-
pate in hands-on activities.
Call: 719-6887.

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. All class-
mates, teachers and staff
members are encouraged to
attend. Call: 986-1193.

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

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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n the old movie "The Graduate," a pompous man
takes the young hero aside and says: "Plastic. That's
the future." Or words to that effect. If we were going
to rewrite that script for today's audiences, the man
would have to say: "Content. That's the future."


You've probably noticed that
there seems to be a gazillion
devices for downloading,
recording and playing back
stuff. The ratio between these
devices and the stuff that can
be downloaded, recorded and
played back seems, to me,
hugely disproportionate.
Hence, the desperate and sure
to be growing need for more
content.
The problem is that produc-
ing good content requires a lot
of money and time, not to
mention talented and creative
people..For example, printing
and distributing a newspaper is
the easy part. The hard part is
the gathering and editing of
information, which is done by
a staff of reporters, editors and
photographers. No matter how
technologically advanced the
press and other machines in
the building are, it is content
that sells a publication, just as
it is content that attracts
audiences to the television
screen, the movie theater and
the concert.
Thus, if you are inclined
toward creative work writing,
art, photography, acting,
dancing, singing, computer
graphics and design take
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CHARLEY
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Columnist


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The main problem with
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Eventually they will have to
fight with the unions and the
agents. They should start by
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of dollars. There isn't an actor
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When studios controlled the
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whose mere name would pull
in an audience. People would
say, for example, "Let's go see
the new Clark Gable movie," or
"There's a new Gary Cooper
film. Let's go see it."
I don't think anybody today
says, "Let's go see the new Brad
Pitt film or the new Tom Cruise
film." Clint Eastwood came
close, but he's the only one
Today's mature audiences are
more sophisticated. They want
a good story. If it's a good story,
it matters little who the actors
are as long as they are compe-
tent.
Unfortunately, Wall Street
financiers control most of the
business today, and many of
them have been sold the
hogwash that some stars "are
bankable" and some are not.
That's hype from agents. The
way to break the agent's back is
to simply say, "We're only
willing to pay this amount, and
if that isn't acceptable, there
are plenty of other actors who
will take it." As indeed there
are, for there are many more
actors than there are parts for
them to play.
The, "Lord of the Rings"
trilogy, one of the most
successful movie ventures in


decades, didn't have a single
big star in its cast. Audiences
go see James Bond movies no
matter who plays Bond. The
cast of the first "Star Wars"
movie was virtually unknown
until the film became a block-
buster.
I'd like to see the old studio
system revitalized, run by
people who know and love the
movie business. The market is
out there, but it can't be filled
with mega-million-dollar
productions. Current movie-
makers will price themselves
out of business. The movie
theaters themselves will go
under unless they get their act
together.
- But the thing to remember is
that problems always present
opportunities. Right now, the
problem is content not
enough quality content. The
young people who figure out a
way to fill this need at a
reasonable cost will be the
media moguls of tomorrow.
Actually, despite all of our
problems, it is a good time to
be alive, though it is always a
good time to be alive if you are
in your teens and 20s. More
serious people might think we
are a wild and crazy people to
make amusement such a vast
enterprise, but if you're looking
for opportunity, that's where it
is.
"Content. That's the future."

Write to Charley Reese at
P.O. Box 2446, Orlando, FL
32802.


Coup De Grace: Shredding As Personal Therapy


I 'm proud to announce I now own my own personal
shredder. My new office is complete. My Aurora
AS1015CD is a matt-black bad boy and it may well
be my new favorite toy. If you don't have one of
these satisfying gadgets there's a good chance you
won't understand what I'm so thrilled about.


If you do then you already
know the adrenaline rush of
gratuitous chopping and
mincing.
The menacing sound
generated when an annoying
piece of paper goes through the
initial set of steel teeth is pure
music. Better still is an
unopened envelope or an
invitation to borrow money.
The sweet resonance of
obliteration. I never knew
destruction could be so
fulfilling.
I'm seriously thinking about
buying a long extension cord so
I can install my new toy out at
the street, right by the mailbox.
Better yet I could fix a red flag
on the side and our letter
carrier could save a step and
stuff the mail right in.
But why limit the fun? The
joy of shredding has potential
applications well beyond the
world of junk mail and old bills.
How about a shred button
for incoming e-mail? Such a
feature would be a lot more
satisfying than the simple
"delete" we all use now. A nice
fierce graphic along with


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MAUL
Columnist

appropriate sound effects
would be a fitting end for some
of those urban legends and
chain letters people pass
around. "Forward this to at
least 15 people?" How about
forward it directly to the
shredder!
Back when I taught school
about 90 percent of the paper-
work invented by the state of
Florida was redundant or
irrelevant. It should be shov-
eled directly into a nice big
shredder. And that's probably
giving too much credibility to


the remaining 10 percent.
I still remember the classic
exchange I had with my
principal the year I turned in
my box of yellow chalk and
hung out my shingle as a
writer.
"Given an hour of my time
and the opportunity to
choose," I said, "would you
rather I worked with actual
children or spent those 60
minutes completing another
ream of mind-numbing
paperwork so we could send it
in to the state?"
My question wasn't fair, and
we both knew it. He looked
perplexed. Mostly because he
is a good man and a bona fide
academic who deeply values
pedagogy and cares about
children. He worked, however,
for the lords of minutia and the
'denizens of documentation. He
was at their mercy in this
regard and his hands were tied.
"I'd have to say we'd love to
see those forms promptly filled
out," he said.
To the shredder, I say, all of
it. A heavy-duty model would
make the perfect gift for your
favorite teacher any time of the
year.
Then there's the income tax
code. Let's shred every page.
How about the health insur-
ance industry's "wall of paper,"
their de facto defense against
fair and timely payment? We
could have a party. I'm all
about some serious shredding


only we'd need a machine the
size of the Raymond James
Stadium.
Next I'd enjoy the opportu-
nity to shred every dollar ever
slipped into the back pockets
of politicians and judges who
like to work a little graft.
Shred those complimentary
country club memberships
designed to skirt sunshine laws
and equal representation
behind the closed doors of
privilege.
How about shredded luxury
box tickets to NFL games,
shredded invitations to exclu-
sive vacations, shredded paper
directorships with hefty
salaries and no responsibility
beyond a leveraged vote?
I'd finish up my shredding
frenzy with the sermons of
televangelists who reduce the
currency of faith to cold hard
cash. I'd feed their prosperity
prevarications right through
the heart of my trash-munch-
ing machine, along with their
designer shoes and hand-made
Gucci suits.
Quite simply, shredding is
good therapy. You should try it.
If you still believe I'm crazy
then you can write and
complain. I'll know just where
to put the letter.

Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can view
his work at derekmaul.com or
reach him at
derekmaul@gmail.com.






PEBRL'AU'R 2,2o66,o d 47


INSIDE THE PLANT CITY CITIZEN'S POLICE ACADEMY



Cops: As Not Seen On Television


Ever wonder what it's like
to be a police officer?
Although most of us spend
our time in a different
profession, we are still
fascinated with police work.
The truth is that real
policing is definitely not like
anything seen in the movies
or on television where
forensic evidence is pro-
cessed within minutes and
crimes are solved and prose-
cuted within the hour and the
good guys always win.
If only life imitated art.
Plant City Police Chief Bill
McDaniel said people have
many misconceptions about
police work that cannot be
erased unless they have a
firsthand look at the daily life
of a cop. To really understand
the pressures and complexi-
ties of the job, McDaniel
believes it is necessary to have
actual experience doing it.
Now it is possible to do just
that.
McDaniel is opening the
door to the inner workings of
the Plant City Police Depart-
ment; On Jan. 17, 18 residents
walked through that door by
the way of the department's
Citizens' Police Academy.
The academy is designed to
inform, educate and engage
the residents of Plant City
through a series of lectures,
field trips and hands-on
activities similar to the
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,officer. The academy speak-
ers, mostly officers and all
experts in their areas, explain
the roles and responsibilities
of officers posted to various
units within the department.
The 2006 Plant City Citi-
zens' Police Academy cadets
learned the hard way that
police work isn't that easy.
During the first class
session, McDaniel dispatched
teams of two cadets to a
simulated burglary in pro-
gress, a traffic stop, a domes-
tic dispute and an
interrogation of a known drug
dealer. The bad guys at the
crime scenes were actually
experienced police officers.
McDaniel gave each rookie
cadet a toy training pistol to
investigate the mock crime
scenes. The result was as
predictable as giving a drunk
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Daniel's distillery; it wasn't
pretty.
Marti Lofstrom, my wife,
was killed by a flurry of gun
fire while investigating a
burglary, Chris Sparkman was
fatally wounded during a
routine traffic stop, "big Eddie
Richter" was shot dead by a
petite 93-pound woman
during a domestic dispute
and Sharon Dicks lost her life
during an encounter with a
known drug dealer.
Think you could do better?
Think you can handle some
fun and excitement?


Then lean forward, get
closer to the newspaper and
listen up.
Here's a chance of a
lifetime to impersonate a
police officer, to work a crime
scene, to shoot a pistol, drive
a police car and hear the
sound of a siren and behold
the glow of flashing red and
blue lights through the
windshield this time. A
chance to return to the
community as a better
informed citizen.
The Citizens' Police
Academy consists of six


consecutive Tuesday and
Thursday night classes at the
Plant City Police Department,
2412 Williamette Drive.
Classes are limited to 20,
and are free.
To enroll in the fall aca-
demy, call the department at
757-9200 or contact police-
@plantcitygov.com.
Plant City businessman Jerry
Lofstrom recently signed up for the
Plant City Police Department's six-
week Citizens' Police Academy. This
is the first of six reports about what
he is learning.


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Strawberry Festival Ball An Affair To Remember


It was all glitter and red, as
it should have been for the
34th annual Strawberry
Festival Ball, staged in the
new Expo Hall on the festival
grounds.
The gentlemen looked
dashing in tuxedos (with
festival directors in traditional
red coats) and the ladies were
dressed to the nines. Good
food and music tempted
everyone to forget (well,
almost) how much work is
still right around the corner.
Michelle Pruyn, who directs
the choir at First United
Methodist Church in town,
and the Paramount Swing
Band did an outstanding job
with a great mixture of jazz,
contemporary and oldies,
including tango.
Jean Weaver, a veteran of
many Strawberry Balls, said
any man who can do the
tango has to have had lessons,
but Jim Moody (with wife
Kelli) looked like a natural to
me. It's always nice seeing old
and new friends.

Quiz newbies do
well at UF Bowl
Plant City High School was
well represented at the
University of Florida quiz-
bowl competition in Decem-
ber. The academic team
consisted of Michael Fekete,
Chris Morley, Corey McFar-
lane, Ryan Napier, Cindy
Saldierna and Becca Smith.
Sponsor Sherrie Mueller
and coach Bob Meredith
accompanied the group.
Forty-seven teams from
Florida and Georgia attended.
Plant City went 9-1 in the
preliminary round and won
its first-round match in the
finals, then lost to the even-
tual champion Brookwood
High School of Georgia, a
storied program that has won
both state and national titles.
Three hundred students
competed and when
individual scores were tallied,
Ryan Napier was second in
points, and Becca Smith
placed in the Top 20. All six
students scored points for the
team.
Congratulations to this
bright team! It's the first year
Plant City High School has
fielded a team and they plan
to compete again.


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


Alyce T. Williams' 90th
birthday party
Some parties are unique
and entertaining, and some
are just extra special. Family
and friends are invited to help
Alyce T. Williams celebrate
her 90th birthday Feb. 5 from
1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Plant
City Cornerstone Center, 315
N. Collins St.
Alyce moved to Plant City
as a child and graduated from
Plant City High School. She
worked many years for Dr.
Thomas Maquire and eventu-
ally became one of the owners
of Edgar Hull Jewelry.
She is a member of First
Baptist Church.
She has a daughter, Toni
Henry of Plant City; and two
granddaughters, Cheri Ennis
of Rincon, Ga., and Kathy
Henry of Pell City, Ala.
She is the wife of the late
Lee Roy Williams.
Her daughter Toni says no
gifts, please. Just bring your
smile.

Moffa performing
original pieces
Robert Moffa, composer,
pianist and conductor, will be
the auctioneer at a fine arts
auction Feb. 11 at 6 p.m. at
the International Softball
Federation's world headquar-
ters, 1900 S. Park Road.
Robert will perform a new
musical composition inspired
by his latest commissioned
work of art by artists Greg
Crumbly and Paul Foropoulos
at the event, which benefits
Unity in the Community. Call:
752-1275.

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


BETtY BRIGGS/Photos
Above, enjoying the
Strawberry Festival Ball are
festival director Kenneth
Peace, left, Tony Jackson,
Betty Jackson and Caroline
Peace. At left, Lindsey
Roberts, left, and Jessica
Brower enjoy the Straw-
berry Festival Ball.


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BETTY BRIGGS/Photo
Newcomers to the ball were Keith Smith and his wife, Jane.


Photo courtesy of Plant City High School
Plant City High School went 9-1 in the preliminary round at the recent University of Florida quiz-
bowl competition. Pictured are Cindy Saldierna, left, Becca Smith, coach Bob Meredith, Chris
Morley, Ryan Napier, sponsor Sherrie Mueller, Michael Fekete and Cory McFarlane.


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DEATHS


McDonald
Terry J. McDonald, 66, of Plant City
died Jan. 6.
He was a lifelong resident of Plant
City and a supervisor for C.F. Indus-
tries.
He is survived by his wife, Ruth; two
sons, Timothy J. of Plant City and
Kevin Tuten of Webster; two daugh-
ters, Kimberly Sampson of Plant City
and Kim Shelly of Dover; three broth-
ers, Kenneth of Lakeland and Billy and
Charles, both of Plant City; two sisters,
Dorothy Richardson and Hilda Wise,
both of Plant City; and seven grand-
children.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Hawkins
Janice A. Hawkins, 43, of died Jan. 8.
She was born in Lakeland and was a
lifelong resident of this area.
She worked as a legal secretary for
more than 20 years in Plant City and
more recently as a real estate agent for
Century 21.
She was a member of Evangelical
Presbyterian Church of Plant City.
She is survived by her husband, Jeff;
two sons, Ryan and Kyle; her father,
L.J. Harvill of Plant City; her mother-
in-law and father-in-law, Bobbi and
Richard Claville; a sister, Susan Spin-
dola; three brothers-in-law, Allen,
Jason and Kevin; and a granddaugh-
ter.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Bolen
Donald L. Bolen Sr., 83, of Plant City
died Jan. 10.
He was born in Spiro, Okla., and was
retired from the U.S. Air Force.
He attended First Baptist Church of
Midway and was a volunteer for Meals
on Wheels.


He is survived by his wife, Thelma;
four children; six grandchildren; and
three great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Lyle
Tommie J. Lyle, 64, of Plant City died
Jan. 12.
She was born in Thomas County,
Ga., and moved here 57 years ago.
She was a homemaker and attended
Lebanon Baptist Church. She was vice
president of the Strawberry Singles
Club and a member of Zephyrhills
Moose Lodge No. 1622.
She is survived by a daughter, Stef-
nee Parks of Plant City; a brother,
Ernest P. Gafford of Brandon; two sis-
ters, Peggy Hicks of Live Oak and
Evelyn Holley of Plant City; a grand-
daughter, Mara J. Parks; and a great-
grandchild.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Pontegele
Fred C. Pontegele, 85, of Plant City
died Jan. 12.
He was born in Rock Island, Ill., and
was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran of
World War II.
He retired from General Motors in
Flint, Mich., after 34 years of service.
He attended St. Clement Catholic
Church and was a member of the VFW
and the American Legion.
He is survived by his'wife, Geraldine;
a stepson, Steven Gillihan; three
daughters, Christine Schade, Susan
Dalman and Lorna Steeco; many
grandchildren and many great-grand-
children.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Manning
Ronald Manning, 57, of Plant City
died Jan. 13.


He was born in Moultrie, Ga., and
was a U.S. Army veteran of the Viet-
nam War.
He was a truck driver for Harrell's
Fertilizer.
He is survived by his wife, Janita;
two daughters, January Silva of Lake-
land and Rhonda of Plant City; his
mother, Maggie of Plant City; a sister,
Sue Beall of Plant City; and four grand-
children.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Miller
Ara L. Miller, 89, of Plant City died
Jan. 13.
She was born in Jennings and was a
longtime resident of Plant City.
She was a retired teacher for J.S.
Robinson Elementary School and a 70-
year member of Pleasant Grove
Assembly of God.
She is survived by a son, Alfred
"Gene" of Plant City; four grandchil-
dren; nine great-grandchildren; and
two great-great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Mathis
Roberta H. Mathis, 83, of Plant City
died Jan. 14.
She was born in Gainesville and was
a longtime resident of Plant City.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived'by a son, James D. of
Plant City; a daughter, Bertha D.
Gilliam of Plant City; two sisters,
Alberta Swailes of Savannah, Ga., and
Willamae Swailes of Wauchula; three
grandchildren; and four great-grand-
children.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Alford
Annie Alford, 64, of Plant City died
Jan. 17.


She was born in Sandersville, Ga.
She is survived by two sons, Donald
Harris and Cecil Harris; a daughter,
Sandy Hooker; a brother, Ralph John-
son; three sisters, Jean Manchester,
Ruby Smith and Nancy Web; and
seven grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Yarbrough
Geraldine Yarbrough, 71, of Dover
died Jan. 17.
She was born in New York City and
was a longtime resident of Dover.
She was a supervisor for Standard
Cigar Co.
She is survived by her husband, Joe
B.; a son, Joel of Lithia; three daugh-
ters, Darlene McDowell of West Vir-
ginia, Debra Holland of Eustis and
Phyllis Andrlik of Lakeland; 10 grand-
children; and six great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Gregory
Leonard "Junior" Gregory, 75, of
Dallas, Ga., died Jan. 18.
A native of Logan County, Ky., he.
was a longtime resident of Plant City.
He worked for Southern States in
Franklin, Ky., and later owned and
operated Mirror Glass and Supply in
Plant City.
He was a member of Mount Tabor
Baptist Church in Lakeland,
He is survived by his wife, Mildred;
four sons, Larry W. of Tampa, Danny L.
and Gary L., both of Dallas, Ga., and
Jeffrey A. of Plant City; a daughter,
Sherry A. Dossey of Lakeland; a
brother, Douglas of Hendersonville,
Tenn.; a sister, Josephine Boyd of
Franklin; nine grandchildren; and 11
great-grandchildren.
Crafton Funeral Home, Marietta,
Ga.


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* Hoffman Challenge Traveling Collection
* Local Quilt Displays
* Dolls, quilts and clothing
* Fashion Show
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* Arts and crafts show
* Traditional craft demonstrations
* Cane grinding and syrup making
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Saturday Events
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IN THE SPIRIT


The Rev. Thomas T. Morgan St. Clement Catholic Church


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

When the Rev. Thomas Morgan
came to St. Clement Catholic
Church, 1104 N. Alexander St., it was
a little like coming home. His
parents moved to Plant City in 1975.
He was never officially a member,
but it certainly is home now.

Q: Where did you grow up?
A: I was born in Thibodeau, La., in
1958. My dad worked for Freeport
Sulfur. He was transferred to Tampa in
1960.1 I graduated from Tampa Catholic
High School in 1976 and attended St.
Lawrence Church.

Q: How did you find your calling?
A: In high school, I had been
involved in student politics. It was
always in the back of my mind: "priest
or president?" Then I prayed the
vocation prayer at Florida State's
Catholic Student Center. I just felt my
heart respond from that day, Feb. 12,
1977. I finished up at FSU then went to
Miami for seminary. You only do this
because God asks you.

Q: What's great about Plant City?
A: I like the Strawberry Festival. I
love the history. The people who grew
up here are rooted. I like that it is a
smaller community and you have a
greater sense of .knowing people.
Public figures here are your


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Overseeing a parish of more than 2,300 members, Father Thomas T. Morgan of
St. Clement Catholic Church says he feels at home in Plant City. "I am at peace
here:'


neighbors.

Q: Do you have any mentors?
A: Monsignor Laurence E. Higgins of
St. Lawrence Catholic Church in
Tampa. I appreciate his spiritual guid-
ance and direction. Then Father James
Murtagh, he taught moral theology in


the seminary. Life is not a problem; it's
a mystery to be lived. He had a pro-
found impact.

Q: What was your last parish?
A: Safety Harbor, going on four years
ago. But that was a transition. I was
pastor eight years at St. Scholastica


Church in Lecanto, Citrus County.- I
had built the church, and when you
build a church you are tired at the end
of it. In terms of my own heart and
soul, I am at peace here.

Q: How large is this parish?
A: I wish I knew. English speaking,
probably 100 to 800. Spanish speaking,
1,500 or more.

Q: What is God teaching you right
now?
A: Sometimes I get too busy and
there's too much noise in my life.
Lately, I'm being reminded to listen to
God.

Q: What books have influenced
you?
A: "Reaching Out" by Henri Nouwen
was a pivotal book. I'm reading one
now that's a cornerstone. "The Soul
Tells a Story" by Vinita Hampton
Wright. It's written for writers. Spiritu-
ality and creativity are intimately
linked.

Q. Do you watch TV?
A: I believe I could watch less TV. I
have a goal to read more. The program
that really strikes me is, "King of the
Hill." The main character is just a good
down-to-earth image of manhood. We
need good images of men.

Q: How do you relax?
A: That's an issue in my life. I tend to

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Golf Tournament Benefits United Food Bank


EVENT RAISES $8,600
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
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Eighty golfers turned out to raise
money for charity during First Presby-
terian Church of Plant City's inaugural
tournament Jan. 28.
All told, the tournament, dubbed "A
Thing of Beauty," netted $8,600 for
United Food Bank and Services of
Plant City.
"It is our conviction that the United
Food Bank is particularly well suited
and equipped to give people in need a
compassionate 'hand up' in times of
great stress and need," said David
Delph, pastor of First Presbyterian.
Delph was instrumental in the suc-
cess of the planned annual event
where he invited "members of the
community to come out as we seek to
do a thing of beauty for the people of
Plant City."
Golfers paid $70 to participate.
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The four-man scramble, best-ball
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Mike Ridsle, who posted a score of 16
under par, 56.
The food bank, 712 E. Alsobrook St.,
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personal hygiene items, baby food,
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From September 1999 to June 2005,
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Besides -upplying food, the
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For more information, call the food
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Above, Brett Clancey played a
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RAINBOW
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"When they get here, most
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the end, they are glad they
had this experience."
Parents who complete the
parenting course stand a
better chance of regaining
custody, center staff said.
Children attend the center
five days a week, from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Typically, parents
come in for seven hours, two


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the child and talk with
counselors.
"An important part of
program is just being with
parents and talking to them
about problems and helping,"
said Sinziana Bularca, the
Rainbow Center's program
administrator. "For example,
we might discuss something
like 'What do I do if my child
won't go to bed.'"


"I know from talking to the
other parents who are there
doing the program with me
that it really helps," Sylvia
said. "It just helps you with
those everyday things that
come up with a child."
And the Rainbow Center
staff also help the parents feel
comfortable, in what could
potentially be a uncomfort-
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"It's like one big family."


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14 THE COURIER FEBRUARY 2, 2006


Best Buddies Paint The Town Red


SPECIAL FRIENDS
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By LINDA CHION KENNEY
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A best buddy knows where you've
been and what you'd really like to try,
even if it is just once in your life.
By that definition, Durant High
School senior Crystal Flowers is a best
buddy for sure, helping to raise more
than $1,100 to send some very special
friends to their homecoming dance in
a limousine.
What some high school students
take for granted, a select group of stu-
dents at Durant could never have
imagined. These special needs kids got
that chance of a lifetime thanks to their
"regular ed" buddies in the Best Bud-
dies club at the 10-year-old high school
in Plant City.
"It's about one-on-one friendships,
to basically bring these kids into our
community so they can feel like they
belong," Flowers said. "They go to the
mall like we do. They talk on the phone
like we do. So why not take a limousine
to homecoming, like so many students
at our school and other schools have
been doing?"
The club's premise is simple, said
president and Durant senior Mike
Rogalsky.
"No one is disabled, everyone is just
differently able," said Rogalsky, who
took his best buddy, James Calhoun,
for a haircut and out to lunch in prep-
aration for what Durant's student
government officially dubbed the Red
Carpet Affair" at Raymond James Sta-
dium.
Rogalsky picked up the quote about
disabilities at a leadership conference,
but it holds especially true, he said, for
the Durant students who took their
best buddies to the formal dance Oct.
29 in a black Hummer limousine, a
project Flowers spearheaded.
"I love it," said senior Charlie
Crocker, one of the nine students with
mild-to-moderate disabilities who
joined the four "typical education" stu-
dents in the group date to homecom-


LINDA CHION KENNEY/Staff photos
Lining up for their homecoming limousine ride are Jessica Flowers, left, Courtney
Capitano, Chelsea Tolar, Sarah Bowers, Andrew Whitehead, James Calhoun, Taylor
Wright, Charlie Crocker, Leo Rossiter, Paquita Williams, Chris Nelson, Mike
Rogalsky and Crystal Flowers.


ing. "We're happy to go, we're happy to
get the limo and we worked hard to get
it."
His grandfather, Joe, looked on
beaming.
"My wife had a bunch of trinkets she
sold and donated to the club," he said.
"And I paid them to wash my wife's car,
and my truck twice! You wouldn't
believe what it means to these kids. It
means a bunch. I'm really proud that
they're getting to do it."
The group gathered for a pre-dance
reception at the home of 18-year-old
Andrew Whitehead of Lithia, a special
needs student at Durant. Dressed in a
tux and looking down at his cuffs, he
said he felt, "Cool, man" to be having a
special night out with his friends.
"I was so excited when Crystal called
me and told me about their plans,"
said Andrew's mother, Nikole. "At a
time when many high school students
are focused on themselves, she took


the time to think about the other stu-
dents who couldn't do this for them-
selves. Andrew's gone to Best Buddy
dances, but the significance of this is it
isn't a dance for kids with
developmental disabilities. This is his
high school's dance and he's never
been to anything like this before."
Leo Rossiter said he's been in a limo
twice once for a wedding and once
for a funeral but never for a school
dance.
"I think it will be fancy and spiffy and
all that stuff," said the special needs
student. And later, during a group
toast, he announced: "By the way, this
will be the best night anybody has ever
had."
Rogalsky was counting on it.
"If it wasn't for us, they would have
just been sitting home on a Saturday
night," he said. "Now they get to see
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The Best Buddies take a group shot
while waiting for the limousine to
drive up to Andrew Whitehead's Lithia
home.

"It's about one-on-one
friendships, to basically
bring these kids into our
community so they can feel
like they belong."
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town red" at Durant's homecoming
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each other all dressed up and take
pictures and dance with the whole
school. I just want everybody to see
these kids as regular people. That's all
they are, regular people. They deserve
to go to homecoming just like any
other person."
Courtney Capitano agreed.
"Some people may see them differ-
ently, but when you get to know these
kids, they're just like regular teenag-
ers. They have fun like everybody else.
They're awesome."
One of the hardest things to do for
parents of children with special needs
is to let their guard down when it
comes to round-the-clock supervi-
sion. But homecoming night that
didn't seem to be an obstacle.
"I do have to trust these students,"
Nikole Whitehead said of the
traditional education students who
invited their best buddies to home-
coming. "My experience in the past
tells me that they're very attentive
and caring and respectful of Andrew.
They're not treating him like a baby or
doing anybody a favor. They really
enjoy his friendship and he enjoys
them."
Whitehead gave high marks also to
the administration at Durant.
"I've never been disappointed with
the staff there," she said. "Andrew
may not be in an inclusive classroom,
but he's certainly in an inclusive envi-
ronment. The other students treat
him like he's one of the kids."
Gail Saltzman is a special education
teacher at Durant. Karin Trzeciak is
the club's supervisor.
"They're having a ball," Trzeciak


LINDA CHION KENNEY/Staff photos
Above left, Andrew Whitehead offers a toast as Crystal Flowers looks on. Mike
Rogalsky is at left and Taylor Wright is to the right. Above right, Ladies in style,
from left in front, Sarah Bowers and Chelsea Tolar are joined by, in back,
Paquita Williams, Crystal Flowers, Courtney Capitano and Jessica Flowers.


said. "Best buddies worked hard to
pull this off. It means a lot to them."
"It was a very creative and unselfish
thing to do," Saltzman added. "Crys-
tal spent a lot of time organizing the
car wash and calling around for limos.
And she has a good relationship with
parents."
Linda Bowers is one of those par-
ents. Her daughter, Sarah, dressed in
a blue formal for the night's affair.
"She's very excited about the dress
and the makeup and the hair and
everything," Bowers said. "It's unbe-
lievable that they were able to raise
that much money to do this. It's just
fantastic that they could do that for
our kids, or for any kids. When kids
get older, they get to do a lot of things
by themselves. But special needs kids
don't have that opportunity. Most of
our kids don't drive. "
As the group drove off at dusk in a
jet-black Hummer limo, cameras


were clicking and parents were
waving, tears in many of their eyes.
"Without a doubt, kids like Andrew
are more like other kids than they are
different," said Nikole Whitehead, the
mother of three. "They have the same
wants and desires and needs as other
teenagers. They want to be accepted
by their peers. They want to find their
place in the world. They happen to
have a disability that may complicate
it a little bit, but they're still teenag-
ers."
It's a lesson Crystal's sister, Jessica,
a freshman, takes to heart. She would
have attended homecoming with or
without her best buddies, she said.
"But it never would have been
anything like this," she added. "Just
because they look different doesn't
mean they're any different than any-
body else. It takes a little time to get to
know them, but it's definitely worth it.
With them I have the time of my life."


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not relax well. My parents are here, and
being an uncle is a great gift in my life.
Q: Who would you like to eat lunch
with?
A: I know he's dead, but can I say Bob
Keeshan, Capt. Kangaroo? I shook his
hand once. He said, "Don't you think I
taught you well?"
Q: Anything embarrassing ever happen
during church?
A: After midnight Mass on Christmas
Eve, I had this idea that we'd take the
baby Jesus to the outside manger scene. I
placed the baby in the manger and all of
a sudden I heard this popping sound.
The sprinklers came on and everybody
got soaked.
Q: What's your favorite movie?
A: The trilogy of the "Lord of the
Rings." There were some tremendous
quotes in that movie. I've used them con-
stantly at church. The greatest line is
from Gandalf to Frodo "All you have to
do is decide what to do with the time you
have been given."
Q: Is there a scripture you'd like to
leave with readers?
A: There are two that are connected I
think. Isaiah 49:15-16: "I will never forget
you, for I have carved your name upon
the palm of my hands." Then Matthew
28:20: "I am with you always." Those
have been pivotal in my life. God is not
distant, God is close to us. All we have to
do is open our hearts, our eyes and our
ears to listen, to see.
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and perform. An offering will
be taken during the service.
Call: 759-9383.

Super Bowl party at church
First Baptist Church of
Pleasant Grove, 7725 S. Turkey
Creek Road, plans a Super
Bowl party at 5 p.m. Feb. 5
with games, prizes and food.
Call: 737-2556.

MONDAY
AARP to meet
The Greater Brandon AARP,
which also serves Plant City,
will meet Feb. 6 at 11:30 a.m.
at the Brandon Community
Center, 502 E. Sadie St. in
Brandon. Nonmembers
welcome. Call: 689-2173,.

TUESDAY
Christian Women's Club
The Plant City Christian
Women's Club plans an
"Everything's Coming Up
Hearts" luncheon Feb. 7 at 11:
30 a.m. at Walden Lake Golf &
Country Club on Clubhouse
Drive. The cost is $11 inclusive.
A spring fashion show will be
presented by Bealls depart-
ment store. Speaker will be
Kay Brow. For reservations
and complimentary nursery,
call Carol, 759-1708.

GED classes
Hillsborough County's
Adult and Community
Education program offers free
general equivalency diploma
and English classes to anyone
18 years and older. Classes are
Tuesday 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.

WEDNESDAY
Garden Club to meet
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City will meet Feb. 8 at 1 p.m.
at the club house, 1112 N.
Wheeler St. Jan Griffin and
Darcy Stottlemyer will present
a program on designs. Call:
Toshi Molden, 719-1259.


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'Nunsense'
Plant City Entertainment in
conjunction with Hills-
borough Community College,
will present the musical
comedy "Nunsense" Feb. 10-
11 and Feb. 17-18 at 8 p.m.
and Feb. 12 at 2 p.m. at Hills-
borough Community College,
Plant City Campus, 1206 N.
Park Road.
General admission tickets
are $10 for adults and $8 for
students and seniors ages 55
and older. Call: Frances
Hardee, 754-4929.

Bachelor auction
The third annual "Be My
Valentine" bachelor auction is
set for Feb. 10 at 7 p.m. at the
Ramada Inn Plantation House,
2011 N. Wheeler St. Proceeds
will benefit scholarships.
Advance tickets are $20, or $25
at the door. Price includes
buffet and valet parking. Call:
Jodi Smith, 754-3703.

Library plans book sale
The Friends of the Bruton
Memorial Library plan a bar-
gain book sale Feb. 10 from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. and Feb. 11
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the
Moody Community Room in
the library at 302 McLendon
St. in Plant City.
Call: 757-9215.

Trinkle Center dedication
The Hillsborough Commu-
nity College District Board of
Trustees and Gwen Ste-
phenson plan a dedication for
the John R. Trinkle Multi-Pur-
pose Center from 10 a.m. to
noon Feb. 10 at the Plant City
campus of Hillsborough Com-
munity College, 1206 N. Park
Road. This event will feature


speakers, a ribbon cutting,
tours, and refreshments and is
open to the public. Call: 757-
2102.
Women's club card party
The GFWC Woman's Club
of Plant City plans a card party
Feb. 10 at 10 a.m. at the
group's clubhouse, 1110 N.
Wheeler St. The event includes
a brunch and door prizes
throughout the day. Cost: $15.
For more information and/or
to RSVP, call Marilyn Day at
659-9504.

Garden club plans garage sale
The Garden Club of Plant
City plans a fundraising garage
sale Feb. 11 from 8 to 11 a.m.
at the Club House, 1112 N.
Wheeler St. Call: Toshi
Molden, 719-1259.

Songs and dance
Bethel Baptist Church, 804
W. Renfro St., plans a "To God
be the Glory" event with songs
and dance Feb. 11 and 17 at 7
p.m. Call: 754-2239.

Walk for Life
The annual Walk for Life to
benefit the Pregnancy Care
Center of Plant City is set for
Feb. 11 at the Plant City Sta-
dium complex. Registration is
at 8 a.m. and the walk begins
at 9.
Call: 759-0886.

Fine arts auction
The American Ideals Foun-
dation will present a fine arts
auction to benefit Unity in the
Community Feb. 11 at 6 p.m.
at the International Softball
Federation, 1900 S. Park Road.
Sample artwork can be viewed
at vx~t.unitvinplantcity.com.

Men's softball tournament
The Big Dawg Men's Slow
Pitch Tournament is set for
Feb. 11 at the Randy L. Larson
Four-Plex and Plant City Sta-
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Gwen Stephenson, the
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Haynes, the Plant City
campus president, have
worked together to
enhance the curriculum
and enrollment at the
Plant City campus.


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Former state Rep.
johnnie Byrd, left,
was speaker of the
House when the
state approved
the.money needed
to build the $8.5
million John R.
Trinkle Center on
the Hillsborough
Community
College Plant City
campus. Seated
with Byrd are his
wife, Melane, and
Ann and Robert
Trinkle. The
facility was
named for
Robert's father,
the late John R.
Trinkle. On the
right is Dr. John
Verner and his
wife, Sally.


Trinkle Center Fundraiser Well Attended


PLAN TO GROW
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Staff Report
Community, political and business lead-
ers attended a Jan. 17 dinner at the newly
opened John R. Trinkle Center on the Hills-
borough Community College Plant City
campus to support a fundraising campaign
that aims to earn up to $4 million in the
next three years.
HCC President Gwen Stephenson, Plant
City campus President Felix Haynes, board
members of the college, past and present
members of the city commission and for-
mer state Rep. Johnnie Byrd joined forces
at the dinner to map a vision for the college
and the city.
"We are on the cusp of taking a profound
step forward," said Ed Verner, the chair-
man of the Plant City campus' growth cam-
paign, as he addressed those in attendance.
"It is the kind of move ahead that estab-
lishes a new plateau. Our town is entering a
fundamental next step in finding its iden-
tity, and this college goes with it."
It has been reported that the private
fundraising effort has raised about $1.2
million in the last 18 months. The cam-
paign is looking to collect a total of $4 mil-
lion in the next three years. Verner pointed
out a four-pronged purpose for the fund-


raising effort:
To complete the purchases and
installations of enhanced sound and video
equipment, furnishings and other items
needed in the multi-purpose Trinkle
Center.
Create a bridge program between the
college and area high schools, including
the opportunity for high school teachers to
further their own credentials at the Plant
City campus, increase scholarships to
increase enrollment and expand the
curriculum at the college.
Expand the workforce training pro-


F. e Also attending the
event were former
Plant City Mayor
.1: Mike Sparkman,
I left, Diane Spark-
man, Randy and
Chris Larson,
current Mayor
John Dicks and
HCC President
Gwen Stephenson.







gram with equipment, lab supplies and
other materials.
Create a Plant City campus endow-
ment that can support the changing needs
that will accompany the upcoming growth
of population and educational needs in
the area.
Verner said a portion if not all of the
money raised to support the college would
be eligible for matching funds through the
state.
For more information about the fund-
raising effort, call the college at 757-2159,
or Verner's office at 752-1442.


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in its 10th year, a record total of 241 children ages 6 to 15 came out for the semiannual Kid's All-American Fishing Derby Jan. 21 at a pond behind Plant City Stadium.
Above, fishing derby award winners enjoy a moment in the spotlight with sponsor representatives after the competition. In front, from left, are Peyton Ray, who
caught the most fish in the 6-10 age group; Clayton Patton, who caught the largest fish in the 11-15 age group; Andy Smrstick, who won the casting contest for older
children; Sonny Marsh, who won the casting contest for younger children; and Austin Dempsey, who caught the largest fish in the 6-10 age group, a record-breaking
4-pound, 4-ounce brown bullhead catfish. In back, from left, are C.J. Kenney of the Bill Heard Chevrolet tournament fishing team; Zach Nedwick, who tied with
Steven Easters for most fish caught in the older division; Paul Thomas, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission fisheries biologist project leader; Easters;
and Richard Speak of sponsor Harold's Outdoor Products.


At right, fishing derby judge T.J. Vail stands behind Clayton Patton and the 5-pound,
4-ounce Nile perch Patton caught. The fish broke the record for largest fish ever caught
in the derby in the 11- to 15-year-old age group. Run by the Plant City Recreation and
Parks Department, major contributors to the event included Wal-Mart, Harold's Out-
door Products, Bill Heard Chevrolet and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission. In addition to breaking derby records for biggest fish caught in the 6- to
10-year-old and 11- to 15-year-old divisions, 21 other fish were caught that qualified the
young anglers for Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission "Big Catch"
program recognition. To be a "Big Catch," fish must weigh at least 2 pounds and measure
14 inches or longer. The next semiannual fishing derby is scheduled for July 22, with
preregistration beginning three weeks prior to the event. For details, call Steve Rossiter,
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Rival QBs May Meet Again On National Stage


BOWDEN PICKS ARMY,

BROWN GOES TO NAVY
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The days of Jason Brown
and Chip Bowden squaring off
as rival quarterbacks may not
be over. The Plant City and
Durant signal callers for each
of the past three seasons could
meet again, and it would be on
a much bigger level: the Army-
Navy game.
A week after Bowden ver-
bally comniitted to West Point,
his counterpart at Plant City
announced he was joining the
Naval Academy. Brown, who
actually took over starting
duties late in his freshman
season, chose the only Divi-
sion I school that wanted him
as a quarterback.
"It wasn't even close," said
Brown of his decision. Brown
could have also been recruited
in basketball or track, but
chose football.
Bowden wasn't the only
Durant senior to sign with a
Division I program, as the
Cougars had an all-time.high
three players commit with
major programs. Both Mike
Cannon and Josh Fussell will
play at the University of New
Mexico, a school that also
went after Bowden.
Because Army does not
allow redshirt years for its
freshmen, Bowden will play
along with 45 or so other
freshmen for a military prep
school in New Jersey.
"It's better than playing on
the scout team," he said.
Army head coach Bobby


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As opposing quarterbacks, Plant City High School senior Jason Brown, left, and Durant High's Chip
Bowden faced each other numerous times during their high school careers. Barring injuries, they
may get a chance to renew that rivalry on the field in future Army-Navy games as Bowden and
Brown signed letters of intent Wednesday to play football and attend West Point and the Naval
Academy, respectively.


Ross, who led the Chargers to
their only Super Bowl appear-
ance (1994) and Georgia Tech
to a national championship,
saw all he needed to see of
Bowden on a personal visit -
and it wasn't at a football
game.
"Coach Ross was there in
our gym watching him wres-
tle," said Durant head football
coach Mike Gottman. "He
talked to him after and that
was it."


Gottman told of the vastly
different ways Cannon and
Fussell eventually decided to
go to the same place. Though
he was unable to complete his
senior season due to a broken
leg, Cannon's size 6-5, 285
pounds made him an attrac-
tive option to New Mexico
automatically.
"Mike had visited Akron,
and he really liked it but then
he visited Albequerque and -
boom! he committed there,"


Gottman said. On the other
hand, the Lobos stopped
recruiting Fussell two months
ago because they had targeted
two other tight ends.
However, the Lobos' top
choice never made it for a visit
to New Mexico because he
was afraid of flying. When
UNM's second target went
elsewhere, the Lobos reestab-
lished contact with Fussell.
Bowden said it was "tough"
not to also go with New


Mexico, but Army was too
good to pass up. The football
team under Ross has gone
from a pure option attack to
more of a pro-style offense,
with running back Carlton
Jones leading the way. Though
Bowden showed outstanding
potential as a running quar-
terback, his strong arm was
the big draw for Army.
Meanwhile, Navy features a
strict running attack. Last
season, the offense averaged a
whopping 420 yards running
per contest, best in the nation.
After a 42-23 win in the Army-
Navy game, the Black Knights
went on to blow out Colorado
State in the inaugural Poinset-
tia Bowl, running for 467 of
their 611 yards of offense.
The offense is the perfect
one for Brown, who most
throwing teams shied away
from as a quarterback due to
his height (5-7).
"It was an opportunity to
play at a Division I program as
a quarterback. A couple others
wanted me as a defensive
back, one other as a running
back, but Navy wants me as a
quarterback," Brown said.
Wednesday was National
Signing Day, where high
school football players can
make official their previously
verbal-only intentions to sign
a scholarship with their
chosen colleges. Bowden ver-
bally committed last week
along with Cannon, while
both Fussell and Brown made
their decisions this week.
Brown's Plant City teams
were able to defeat Bowden
and the Cougars the last two
seasons. As it turns out, he
might not get the last laugh.


SHARP CUTS


Boys Win 1st District Title In Raider History


Raider Stadium's


The Place To Be


Not to hype this soccer
game or anything, but YOU
HAVE TO SCRAP WHAT-
EVER PLANS YOU MIGHT
HAVE FOR TONIGHT AND
GO TO THIS GAME. I MEAN
IT!
I was planning on doing
this Gaither-Plant City hype
thing before the region final,
but the Cowboys had to go
and lose their district
championship game. Now,
Gaither visits Raider Sta-
dium to start off the playoffs
and, believe me, the Cow-
boys will bring a crowd.
It's up to the Raider fans
to bring the noise tonight.
And lest we forget, amidst
the soccer and basketball
postseasons, that this
weekend marks the start of
district wrestling. Durant
will be a huge favorite to win
the Class 3A-District 5 meet,
which the Cougars host, but
keep an eye on those
improved Plant City Raiders,
too.
While Durant was finish-
ing second to Brandon, the
Raiders finished fifth out of
22 teams at Saturday's
Western Conference meet.
"This is the most talented
and hard-working team that


I have seen in.a long time,"
said Raiders head coach
Mark Ackett, beaming from
the effort of his squad.
No Raiders made the
finals in their weight classes,
but many placed highly. Josh
Creamer, a 103-pound
freshman, upset two wres-
tlers seeded higher than him
to finish fourth. Also fourth
were Jake Kimbel (119),
Justin Hallman (160) and
Arsenio Durant (215). Casey
Norris and Cody Silcox were
fifth.
"We finished the season 9-
7 with an average of seven
first-year wrestlers on the
mat," Ackett noted.
See SHARP, Page 20


HOST GATHER

TONIGHT AT 7
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Congratulations, Raiders.
For the first time in school
history you've won a district
championship in boys soccer
and here's your reward: You
get to play the No. 2 team in
the country.
Sounds like a joke, but it's
true. Tonight, in what should
be the most-anticipated
soccer game in Plant City High
history, the Raiders host the
Gaither Cowboys in a Class
6A-Region 2 quarterfinal.
Gaither had not lost all
season until Friday night,
when the Cowboys and host*
Countryside played through
100 minutes of regulation and
overtime in the District 7
finals. Countryside pulled off
the upset in the penalty-kicks
round, winning 5-3.
A night earlier, Plant City
had been involved in nearly as
dramatic a contest, but for
different reasons. The Raiders
also needed overtime to win,
3-2, against Sarasota, but only
after a bizarre series of events
in the second half.
Plant City was rolling, beat-
ing Sarasota 2-0 in the District
8 title game at Raider Stadium.
Then midway through the
second half, senior Wes Drig-
gers was clipped from behind
and sustained a broken leg.


; .. .-

ROBERT CONE taltf phoito
Plant City High's Wes Driggers
passes upfield during the
Raiders' 7-3 district semifinal
victory over Sarasota
Riverview last week. Driggers
broke his leg during the
district final and will not play
in the region playoffs.

After a long delay, the Raiders'
gameplan was disrupted, and
Sarasota rallied to score two
goals, tying the score with six
minutes left.
Last year in the district
semifinals, Plant City also led
Sarasota, but the Sailors
scored twice in the final 10
minutes to win 3-2.
"It definitely brougth back
memories. My players lost


their focus on playing soccer
and wanted to retaliate," said
Raiders head coach Trent
Hobbs. "Once regulation
ended, they focused back on
playing soccer."
And three minutes into the
first overtime, Steve Lamas
sent Plant City to its first dis-
trict crown in the program's
28 years with a goal off across
from Johnathin Dupree.
Dupree scored his 10th goal of
the season earlier in the game
and Colin Gill had his team-
leading 19th to put the Raid-
ers ahead 2-0.
Plant City brings an
impressive 13-3-2 record into
tonight's game, but the Cow-
boys are an imposing 21-1-2.
Hobbs was able to attend
the Gaither-Countryside clash
Friday and came away
impressed.
"Both teams are very good,
and Gaither is the best team
I've seen play all year," he
said. "They were the better
team against Countryside,
they just didn't finish their
chances."
The Raiders were hoping to
have the services of Cheyne
Roberts against Gaither. Rob-
erts, the center midfielder,
was Plant City's leading scorer
with 10 goals until suffering a
broken jaw a month ago. But
as of early this week, Roberts
was still not cleared to play.
Driggers, who moved from the
outside to Roberts' vacated
See SOCCER, Page 20






20 THE COURIER FEBRUARY W 2006


Plant City Raiders Top Durant In Thrilling Basketball Finish


EARN NO. 3 SEED
FOR DISTRICT TOURNEY
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Right about now, Section
205.02 B3 of the FHSAA boys
basketball manual is looking
pretty good to the Plant City
Raiders.
Because of that rule, used to
break multiteam tiebreakers
in determining seeds for dis-
trict tournaments, Plant City is
the No. 3 seed at next week's
Class 6A-District 8 event. Oh,
and a heart-stopping shot by
Jason Brown to beat Durant at
the buzzer last week has
helped with the good vibes,
too.
Brown's incredible shot at
the horn gave the Raiders a 52-.
50 win. In December, it was


Durant that came away a two-
point winner over Plant City.
In last Tuesday's thriller
before a very loud crowd at the
Raider gym, Plant City was
ahead by 10 points with less
than three minutes left and
the chant of "Na-na, hey-hey,
goodbye" started to flow with
a minute to go. But Durant
was not ready to head home
just yet.
The Cougars got a 3-pointer
from John Cato with 17 sec-
onds to go, cutting Plant City's
lead to one point. Brown split
a pair of free throws. Durant
called timeout, where Cougars
head coach Jeff Shotwell called
for a 3-point shot to end it, but
Cato was wide open under the
basket and Terrance Frasier
hit him with a great pass, tying
the score with seven seconds
left.
Brown then went right


down the middle of the floor,
drove to the left and made the
shot as the crowd erupted.
"Josh (Fussell) literally hov-
ered over him, and might have
even fouled him," said Shot-
well. "Somehow, Jason got the
ball up and it bounced in.
Unreal play by Jason. I was
very proud of our kids, they
played with a ton of class."
But the best news of the last
few weeks for the Raiders
might end up being what hap-
pened when the district tour-
nament was seeded. Sarasota
Riverview, the No. 3 team in
the state, went unbeaten in its
six district games and Lake-
land was the easy No. 2 seed at
5-1.
After that, it was logjam
central. The other five teams -
Plant City, Durant, Sarasota,
East Bay and Riverview were
tied with 2-4 district marks.


SOCCER
Continued From Page 19


center-mid position, is out for
the season with the leg frac-
ture.
Also last week, the Durant
girls lost their region playoff
opener, 1-0, at St. Petersburg
High.
The Green Devils applied
pressure early in the second
half and got the game's first
and only goal. The Cougars
had a couple of good rushes
late, but could not manage a
testing shot on goal.
Gaining a spot in the district
final assured the Plant City


boys a trip to the postseason,
and that was accomplished
with an easy 7-3 victory over
Sarasota Riverview last Tues-
day.
Dupree poured home four
goals and Gill added a pair.
Sarasota eliminated Durant,
1-0, in a game where the Cou-
gars had many chances to
score but could not convert.,
If the Raiders win tonight,
they would either travel to
Melbourne Eau Gallie or host
Dr. Phillips in the region semi-
finals next Tuesday. Tonight's


contest may be the only home
game for the Raiders this post-
season, and Plant City will
have to play its best soccer to
advance.
"To beat Gaither, we have to
do everything to perfection,"
an emphatic Hobbs said. "We
have to counter well and get
back on defense. We cannot
lunge in or they will make us
pay. We have to play as one
unit. We need to go in this
thinking that Gaither is beat-
able. If not, then why play the
game?"


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Essentially, in their games not
against Sarasota Riverview
and Lakeland, each of the five
teams went right down the
middle with a 2-2 split.
Since breaking a five-way
tie is never easy, the FHSAA
rule book was the guide. The
first tiebreaker is record in
games played against the tied
teams. Everyone was 2-2.
Next was record against the
highest-seeded team, then the
second-highest. None of the
five teams had any victories.
Then it came down to road
wins in the district. Incredibly,
only Plant City had a single
road win in district games, a
victory two Saturdays ago at
Sarasota. That gave the Raid-
ers the No. 3 seed, meaning
they do not have to worry
about playing Sarasota River-
view until the district finals.
Durant was saddled with


SHARP
Continued From Page 19
Saturday's event marked
the first-ever true county
championship. In previous
years, the Western Confer-
ence meets had been split
up into divisions.
Durant had six finalists,
with Justin Bechtold, Adam
Doback and Chip Bowden
winning their weight classes.
District 5 contains nine
schools. Five of them were
the teams that finished in


the No. 4 seed, followed by
Sarasota, East Bay and River-
view.

District tourney schedule
The boys district tourna-
ment will start Tuesday at East
Bay. Durant will take on Sara-
sota at 4 o'clock, followed by
Plant City-East Bay and Lake-
land-Riverview. The Durant-
Sarasota winner takes on
Sarasota Riverview, with the
other two Tuesday winners to
square off in the other
semifinal.
This week saw the begin-
ning of the girls 6A-8 event.
Durant was seeded fifth and
started off against Lakeland,
with the winner of that game
advancing to play top seed
and host Riverview tonight.
Plant City faced Sarasota, with
the winner to play either Sara-
sota Riverview or East Bay.


places 2 through 6.behind
Brandon at the Western
Conference meet: Durant,
Bloomingdale, Riverview,
Plant City and Sickles.
Joining them at Saturday's
district meet will be Gaither,
East Bay, Alonso and Lake-
land.
The top four finishers in
each classification advance
to the regional level, one
step from the state meet.


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DA Household Goods,
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Household Goods
JENNY LYNN MONTGOM-
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Petitioner Furniture, Boxes
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DAVID ELLIS MONTGOM- WILLIAM GREENE:
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quired to serve a copy of Office Equipment, Office
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dress is 4318 E. Country Boxes
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$149,000
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$161k.352-597-0352
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S 00170:9-5253.
CLA SIFIED
13 ACCESSIBLE
NORTH GEORGIA MOUNT
TAINS IC[0- AcrE Tracts.
USF, V',\s, Waterfall
$24 0)K per acre. Tcll
ID#9106 Ior re:L.rded
me.;aige e mai lau.
ra'. m.ong.co:m Moun-
North Ge-rgia
NORTH GEORGIA MOUNT.
TAINS 100, AcreTracts,
USFS. Views. Waterfall
$24-30K per acre. Toll
[ree 1-8,8 802-4l 01
iDB9106 or recorded
me-ance. e-mail lau-
ra.2rmi.ng.ionPim Moun-
ain i iveistrents or
N,,rth Ce,:rgia
S. Carolina Acreage. Lake
Mar,,,n area. .- acres.
.ceilerit building ,iste.
ri,,:: quiet area. ruy
r',-V.-., build later.
1 .9iji, Oi,..n.r Fnanc.
,n. 60? 47371.25
S.E. OHIO 5 Acr.s. Hill top
:i:-tinq, Amisn tounlr
n.mrne t 3 becdroomi.
,vrap around fr,.ni
por:h. Needs TLC New
anl barn and ,nore.
$99.900. Owner Fnarnc
,ng. 1413489-9146
STOCKS STILL LOW?
Invesit in ihe booming At
Ilnia mki. Buy invest-
ment properties and Sell
wvitrn 45 days for a
,u;icl' r,:it. $5K miniv.
25' returnw n4-Idavy..
Not an IPO
Serious inquiries only
1-866-871-3226
TENNESSEE BEAUTIFUL
LAKE LOTS AiD HOMESi.
Greal l.il'elrnrilt ling'
Startinoal 49.90
20.000 acre all sports
lake. Nearby golfirg.
Ch'l,.e ,) Na hville.
I-e8T-292 5253 Grey-
ha* l- Properties.
TENNESSEE LAKEFRONT
HOMESITES I 1t6 acres
mrom Ihe $405.
Spectacular lake
mountain and wooded
nature sites newly
released. Just 1-1.'2
ours C) Nashville. Don't
miss out! Call
(866)339-4966.


11431 Out Of State i
TENNESSEE LAKESIDE
RETREATS New gated
community. Incredible
lake & mountain views.
i to 5 acre building sites
from the $40s. Lake
access, boat ramp,
private slips (limited).
don't miss out. Call
(866)292-5769.
TENNESSEE!! MON-
TEAGLE-SEWANEE,
Beautiful Mountain
Properties. 600 + Acres-
Tracts 5 Acres & up. 4
miles from 1-24. Gated &
secluded! Gorgeous
bluff & creek. Wooded
lots. George, Timber-
wood Development Co.,
423-949-6887 www.tim-
ber-wood.com
TENNESSEE MOUNTAIN
LAND New Pre-Develop-
ment Offering Bluffs.
Creek Excelleit Proer-
ties 2 Acre Lc.tL Owner
Financing Aviilable
Prices Start At $19,995
JDL Realty 931-946- 2484
www.JDLRealty.com
TENNESSEE MOUNTAIN
LAND Tennessee Land
Located in the Beautiful
Cumberland Mountains
Owner Financing as low
as $500 Down! JDL Real-
ty 931-946-2484
www.JDLRealty.com
TENNESSEE MTN- ACRE-
AGE 5 Acres, Excellent
building site w/Woods
and River Access.
$29,900 Owner Financ-
ing. 772-263-3775 or
1-800-763-0085 Ask
About our Mini Vaca-
tion!
Check out our Pet Classi-
fications to find the fur-
ry or feathered friend
that you seek!
UPSTATE N.Y. FARM
FORECLOSURE 20 ac -
$49,900 Perfect land for
second home! Views
spring, woods, guiet
country lane. Near
Cooperstown! Great
Terms. Won't last'
866-90i 5262 Aww.mo
nawkhighland:.com
WESTERN NC MTNS Near
Lake Lure Acreage trom
$24.900 Land & Log
Cabin Shell iiarting a
$84,900. Waterfall Pre.
serve area in develop-
ment. 1-228-287-5000
www.BlackRockCaroli-
na.com
YUCATAN/MEXICO Meri-
da, "Quinta Alicia", Fur-
nished 5/5 Built 1863.
Remodeled, retains
original nature. Living
Space: 10,760/sqft, Lot:
26,900/sqft. Pool/Gar-
den w/Fountain.
$900,000/ Negotiable.
305- 223-5697,
305-609-1583 www.ram-
mir@bellsouth.net
Large Mtn. Land
Bargains, High
Elevation. Adjoins
Pristine State Forest,
20+ AC to 350 AC.
Sweeping Mtn. Views,
S t r e a min s .
www.liveinwv.com.
BEAUTIFUL NORTH
CAROLINA. WINTEP
SEASON iS HERE' MUST
. SEE THE BEAUTIFUL
PEACEFUL uOUN1TAIrPS
OF WESTERN fi
MOuNTaiNSl4 H.:.,n. ,
Cabins, Acreage &
Investments. Cherokee
Mountain Realty GMAC
Real Estate, Murphy
www.cherokeemoun
tainrealty.com Call for
Free Brochure
(800)841-5868.
CLASSIFIED
WORKS!
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Looking For Lake Lots,
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We Have It All at
Affordable Prices.
EXECUTIVE CHOICE
REAL ESTATE IN
TEN NESSEE
(865)717-7775 Charlotte
Branson Agent OR Visit
My Website
www.executivechoice
realestate.com OR
www.charlotte
branson.com.
150-170
Manufactured
Homes

l n Mobile Home
150 Sales

14 & 16 W,des New 06h's
Low as $26,500
Del- Set up AC Skirt
More Sq. Feet for the $$
Banks-(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
LOTS FOR RENT! Move In
Special! Briarwood
Mobile Home Comm.
4002 Smith Ryals Rd,
Plant City. Also
Repossed homes for
sale. 813-737-2110.
Plant City, 55+ park 2/2
carport splitplan scrn
rm on fake. Pool club
house, golf. $11K Owner
Fin. $1500 down, $150 +
lot rent 727-399-9533


I Mobile
S165 Homes With
I Property

Just a few left!
1/2 acres
(813)971-6953
(813)759-2959 www
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180
Commercial Prop.
Lease

A IExecutive
180A Suites

Leasing Executive Suites.
Grea location on US 19.
Personized phone ans.
svc, Full utilities, Con-
ference rm 24/7 access.
727-799-1555

180B I Lease

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
PLANT CITY Suites (3) in
elegant historic dwntwn
bldg, 1000 sf, Quick ac-
cess to 1-4 & Tpa. Close
to shops & restnts
$10/sf813-966-8245
Westshore/Gandy
1400sf, 5 Offices, great
signage. $1500/mo.
813-842-1542
1 Retail I
180C ISpace

PLANT CITY 1000sf, ele-
gant historic dwntwn
bldg old world charm,
Quick access to 14 &Tpa.
$12/sf 813-966-8245

Warehouse
180D Business
Park Space
Busch Blvd. For sale/
iease ,ipt to buy. Ware-
niuufe built 2003.1717 E.
Busch Blvd. 1000-12Ksf.
$109 per sf sale or lease
from $675-$700 per 1000
sf. Security gate 24 hr
access. 813-984-1533.
190
Commercial Prop.
Sale

inn Warehouses
1lgL Sale

Busch Blvd. For sale/
lease/opt to buy. Ware-
house built 2003. 1717
E. Busch Blvd. 1K-12K sf.
$109 per sf sale or lease
from $675-$700 per 1000
sf. Security gate 24 hr
access. 813-984-1533.
200-249
Rentals

S Apartments
205 Unfurnished

BRANDON/R-VIEW 1Br
waterfront cottage, new
ceramic and cpt, com-
mon deck, rec rm, laun-
dry, more, $425/mo plus
electric. 813-741-9698
Fletcher & Fowler Area.
2br Iba, newly renovat-
ed, new carpet/paint
W&D hkup. $630 mo. $99
dep. 1-917-337-3089.

PLANT CITY 2br, Iba,
brand new, loft apts,
950sf in elegant historic
Bldg wntwn, wd firs,
& restnts, W/D, CHA.
Quick access to 14 +
Tampa. $875./mo
813-966-8245

.207 Triplex

WESLEY CHAPEL Qual
Hollow 3br, iba newly
renovated, W/D hook
ups, watergarbage
ncl. $950/mo,$950 sec.
Immediate Occupany
813-393-6086
2no Houses
"2 Furnished
ST. PETERSBURG N.E.,
new 3br, 2'/zba 2cg
community pool, hot
tub, yard maintenance
and cable included,
$2650/mo. 813-263-2491
I1On Houses
210 Unfurnished

APOLLO BEACH Brand
New, 4BR, 3BA, 3CG,
w/bonus rm, covered
lanai, lake, all appliances,
blinds, lawncare incl.
$1795 mo. 813-789-2662
BRANDON, 3br 2/2 ba lcg,
1600sf, Waterfront,
Lakewood & Lumsden,
All appi Poi o. Land
p Irci cmc.
shaping Incl. $129q mr.
.'t. last. security same.
N. Pe lsl 3-767.9221
Carrollwood
6 rooms, 3br, 2ba, 2cg,
pool lanai, private
location, remodeled,
$1900/mo. Available
now. 813-269-0384
Spot Advertising Works


i Houses
210JUnfurnished I

CARROLLWOOD MEAD-
OWS, Beautiful Home
2br, 2ba, 1cg, W/D, new
fir, SS New appls, scrnd
patio, fncd y, cal
813-417-8893
LAND 0 LAKES charming
Townhome Lg 1500sf
Unit 3br 2b/iba, Up-
tgraded Tile & Berber
Ga ed Pool Community
Min From 1-75 Call Brian
813-924-3500
LITHIA, 2BR home for
rent. Partly furn,
813-737-3961
LUTZ Van Dyke/N. Dale
Mabry 4br, 3ba, 2cg, bo-
nus room, cul de sac,
lake view, scrnd lanai,
quiet loc. $1800/mo &
sec dep. 813-240-5969
PLANT CITY, 2BR/1BA,
1208 Orange St, Privacy
fence. $900 Most& last
plus security.
813-754-2599.
PLANT CITY, 4BR, CH/A,
all electric immediate
occupancy $750 month.
813-737-2319 or
713-676-1319
RIVERVIEW Southfork
3br 2ba 2cg, waterfront
conservation lot, free
cable, community pool
$1100. 11217 Summer
Star Dr. 813-476-3319
RUSKIN
5/3/2. Newly constructed
home for sale or option.
Many upgrades. Call Art:
941-779-5533 -
SOUTH TAMPA 2BR, 2 BA,
plus den, washer dryer,
hardwood floors, 1 car
garage. No pets. $1100
813-832-5113
SOUTH TAMPA 3 story
Loft Home, Appli Inc
W/D, 1/z yrs New, Mod-
ern, Ultra Contempo-
rary, Fenced Yarc,
$2,250/mo 813-655-0300
ST. PETERSBURG N.E.,
new 3br, 21/2ba 2cg
community pool, hot
tubD yard maintenance
and cab e included,
$1950/mo..813-263-2491
Thonotosassa, Unique
2br, 2ba stone cottage
Lake view. All applian-
cess + Washer/Dryer.
$900 plus deposit. No
pets 813-748-8641
WESLEY CHAPEL
3br, 2ba, 2g, 1750sf, great
location new home on
pond. Avail Feb 1st,
1150/mo + sec.
813-787-4074
Westchase (Highland
Lakes) walking distance
to shops & restaurants -
1br Iba, great area,
available now. $785 mo.
813-282-1328.
12121 Condominiumi
NEW TAMPA Equestrian
Pare, 2br lba Porch
Luxury Condo $950/md
1st floor close to 175Exit
270. Suanne Hill
Own Bkru941 i4-1 4'1
S212A I Townhouse !
DADECITy TOWirJ-HOUiS.
'":,i-.ide 2br. m:p:.np -i:l -
rv rn.:,vatej r all ni-ew
I. il en sI fir.,
oatn. $87b/mo. RICK
,813-417-9196/933-5647
LAND 0 LAKES charming
Townhome Lg 1500sf
Unit 3br 21/2ba, Up-
graded Tile & Berber
Gated Pool Community
Min From 1-75 Call Brian
813-924-3500
VALRICO Brand new 2br
2.Sba + den in gated
community. All appi's +
water & basic cable incl.
1075/mo. call
113-453-7789

215 obile
215 Homes

1BrApts&1&2Bedrm
Mobile Homes
Plant City 813-752-5234
ANTIOCH 3BR/1BA with
small pond $150 WEEK,
813-986-1675
PLANT CITY 1BR, 1/4
acre lot, clean,
remodeled, non-smok-
er, no indoor Pets.
$500 Dep. $100/Wk.
Cal 813-766-0970
PLANT CITY 2br, 2ba,,
completely remodel,
2 large decks, 1 acre
yard, close to hwy 60,
very private. $1000/mo
813-571-2317/737-4304
VALRICO, DWMH 3/2 on 4
acre lot HWY 60. $675.
month. PLUS LARGE
SECURITY DEPOSIT.
1-800-579-9643
Mobile
217 Homes in
Parks

THONOTOSASSA
Knights/Griffin, Adult
Park. 2br iba unfurn
$500 + dep. No Pets.
813-748-8641
1I3n Beach
230"" Rentals

MADEIRA BEACH Gulf
front condo, 2BR/2BA,
annual rental. 8th floor
in Surfside Towers.
$1400 mo. 813-223-4633
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232 Places

Indian Rocks Beach
Beautiful Town home
with boat slip. 2br 2ba,
3cg. $1400 er month plus
security. Call Don
(727) 17-1010
250-299
Employment
Services

Preparation
285 For
Employment
HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA
IN 3-MONTHS Home
Study Independent
Registered w/Florida
Dept Of Education Ac-
credited National Asso-
ciation Private Schools.
Miami Dade Christian
Academy 786-488- 9971
/ 305-823-811-1
/786-597-4977 www.Mi-
ami-DadeChristianAca-
demy.com
EARN DEGREE Online
from home- 'Medical
*Business 'Paralegal
*Computers 'Criminal
Justice* Job Placement
Computer provided Fi-
nancial aid if qualify.
866-858-2121. www. on-
linetidewatertech.com
EARN YOUR HIGH School
Diploma at home, in 6
months or less. Work at
your own pace. Keep
your present job. First
Coast Academy. Call for
free brochure.
1-800-658-1180.
www.fcahighschool.org
300-390
Employment

I 303 Teachers |
-EACHER w/exp. to teach
3 yr old children. Min
age: 25 yrs. Must be able
to drive 15 passenger
van to transport
children to and from
school. Must be able to
be at work at 6:30am.
Must have 40 hr. cert. or
can print up online. Call
813-764-0121 or stop by
for application.
3061 Accounting I
Accounting/Billing
Will train, requiresgood
math, organization,
typing an d computer
skillsF. Benefits.
Excellent work
environment Sable
ParkTampa Law office.
813-915-8660 or
fax813-915-0559
BOOKKEEPER, P/T: A/P,
A/R, P/R. Double Entry
20 hrs/wk. Call
813-949-7495
CPA or = w/5 + yrs for N
TPA financial institu-
tion. Responsible for
mthly regulatory & in-
ternal reporting. $60K+
& benefits. Reply:
P.O. Box 759
Plant City, FL 33564-0759.
I3 0 Medical/
3I" YHealth Care
CNA/HHA or mature exp
person to care for an el-
derly person. Excellent
salary. Call Mon- Fri 9-5.
863-616-1888
CNA'S
Loveable, Dependable,
caregivers, Autumn
AssistLiving 1307 E.
Baker 813-752-1648
Front Desk/Medical
Records. Busy Plant City
Dr.'s office, exp. only.
Fax 813-719-3560
SELLING YOUR CAMPER?
Place an ad in class 562
and see how many buy-
ers pop up
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health care agency. Join
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Interested candidates,
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Medical
Assistant
Brandon/Sun City

Medical
Records Clerk
Mail or fax resume to:
Human Resources
Florida Orthopaedic
Institute
13020 N. Telecom Pkwy.
Temple Terrace, FL 33637
Fax (813) 972-2078
No phone calls, please.
EDE
q Child/Adult
335 Care

CHILD CARE Teacher
needed, CDA preferred
but not necessary. 8AM-
5PM, Mon-Fri Apply in
person 1406 N. Wheeler
St, or Call 813-752-3775
CHILD CARE worker
FT/PT, Experience w/40
hr certificate. Apply in
person atTurkery Creek
1st Baptist Day Care.
4915 W.Trapnel IRd.
AskforLynn
ChildareTeacher Creden-
tials preferred. Call
Elaine at Lutz Learning
Center (813)477-1785
PLANT City Area Pre
School Teachers needed
experience preferred
but not requires. Will
Train 813-857-8457
Restaurant/
1340 Hospitality/
Clubs
Counter Help for
Sub Club. FT/PT.
813-707-8606
LINE COOK F/T apply
Snellgrove's Restau-
rant, 109 S. Collins St.
SERVERS g eat $$'s ft/pt
Branch Ranch Dining
Room, Plant City
813-752-1957

349 Legal
349 Profession
Paralegal Trainee, F'T.
Start as Clerk. Exc. work
enviro. Fore bk good
skills req'd. Typing and
computer knowledge.
Benefits. Sabal Park,
Tampa, 813-915-8660.
Fax 813-915-0559
Want Ads
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I rAdminl
350 General
Office
BRAILLE WORKS is
seeking a Data Entry
person. Keybd speed
over 65 V/PM. Most
entry will be numbers.
Other office skills &
some phone answering.
Starting pay $11/hr.
depending on skill & exp
level. Some benes. If you
desire to work in a
casual office
environment with Christ
centered standards
Slease call Lou Fioritto
or phone interview.
813-654-4050
Office Assistant for
UF-Plant City Campus.
Must be computer
literate with proficiency
in Microsoft Office and
have clerical support
experience. HS
required. 20hrs/wk,
$9/hr. No benefits.
Emai your resume by
2/15: ashleyms@ufl.edu
RECEPTIONIST
needed for front desk
computer experience a
must great attitude,
people oriented, multi-
tasking ability and bil-
linguaFa plus, but not
required. ax resume to
813-754-4967
Secretary/Receptionist
P!T M, T, Th 9-Spm.
Plant City, FL. Fax re-
sume: 813-752-3102 Attn
Brenda. or email to:
brenda@ifrooks.com
|LI3f |L grades I
A/C Service Techs TOP
Pay for experienced
professionals with
reasonable working
hours. Benefits & con-
tinual training Call Roy
863-686-6163 or Emai
rcheat wood d*
payneair.com
AUTOBODYTECH
for independent shop.
Call for appointment
813-645-3730
CARPENTER Exp.
New construction &
remodeling
813-967-1439
ELECTRICIANS & Helpers,
residential & commer-
ciEl 813 752-9606 apply
be-. ee,-, ? &.., I nr
Forman, f.ot' l ',urtc
Tree Service now hiring
forman. Experienced in
all phases of tree ser-
vice work. Must have
solid climbing/bucket
ability & CDL. Starting
pay $130/day, benefits,
40lK, year round work.
863-327-5622 /
813-269-8733.
PLUMBER helpers needed
no experience neces-
sary. Must be willing to
WORK & LEARN.
813-754-8231
PLUMBING & HVAC/R
Jobs. Experienced
PLUMBING or HVAC/R
people needed. To apply
for HVAC/R Jobs online-
www.hvacagent.com,
PLUMBING Jobs-
www.plumbing
agent.com or fax resume
foil-free (866)396-4833.
REMODELING
CONTRACTOR
Needs skilled help in all
phases of remodeling.
Call Eric at
813-478-2404,8am-8pm
SCREEN PRINTERS, Exp'd
to run auto & manual
presses. Please contact
Brandi @813.979.0215.
S362 I Landscaping I
Landscape & Mainte-
nance Crew Leader &
Laborers need in Plant
City area. Must lbe exp &
have clean DL. Call
813-659-0370

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Sales Merchandisers to
service live goods/
pants for the Retail
ome Center Industry in
the Tampa area. Prefer
garden or big box expe-
rience. Background
check and drug test re-
quired. Benefits include
medical, dental and
401K. Competitive Start-
ing Salaries. Email:
dburns retailplant
services.com Fax:
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Sales/Stock Assocs, Exp
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decor store. Bkgrd V
req. 813-963-6717
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NEW & USED
Vehicle Salesperson
$70,000
per year potential
Insurance Matching 401K
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2020 US Hway 301
Dade City 352-521-0055
NEW HOME SALES REP
Stewart Homes, Tampa &
Plant City 813.971.6953
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SAFETY Minded Securi-
ty Officers. Fla. D Sec Lic
req'd. Security or cus-
tomer service. exp pre-
ferred. Good communi-
cations skills a plus.
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SECURITY Officers Lic.
req. St. Pete, Tampa,
Ruskin area. Nights &
wk-ends. 813-997-4371
I Driver/
375"" Delivery

Construction Driver:
Looking for a positive
career change? Diligent
Environmental Services
seeks self-motivated
individual to grow with
us. Clean FL DL req., no
exp. needed. Apply on-
line at diligentfl.com;
fax 800-837-0311 or
call 813-944-8400
COURIER
ROUTE STAT DRIVERS
NEEDED FOR PHARMACY.
813-621-9385
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Can deliver
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King name brand set
Factory close out. Can
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1410 1 Furniture

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
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BEDROOM SET- Child's, L-
Shaed Bunk Bed, Desk
& Drawer w/Huich
Combo. $350 obo
813-926-1977
............
BEDROOM SETS
Wrhouse Full Must Sell!
Wicker & Rattan, many to
choose. 813-876-1566
www.qualitywicker.com

BEDS AAA+ VISCO
ORTHO-PEDICNasa
Memory Foam Mattress
&-$399,K-$499
FREE Delivery w/ad!
ORIGINAL TEMPURPEDIC
FROM $699!
AIR &ADJUSTABLE
All Sizes In Stock
7924 W.Hillsborough
OPEN 10-6 Mon-Sat
across from WINGHOUSE
www.mattressdr.com
813-889-9020
866-476-0289 ANYTIME!
CHINA Cabinet lighted,
table w/4 chairs, 6
drawers dresser w/mir-
ror. All like new $600.
Call 813-754-7183
COUCH Lazy-Boy with
recliner on both ends
also recliner chair Good
Condition $400.
813-757-0261

DINING 11PC
All cherry 92" 2 pedistal
tbl, 6 chrs & IQt'd china
cab. new, retail $6K, sell
$1799.813-478-8995
Dining Rm Set, Lighted
China Cabinet, Buffet &
Table w/4 Parson's
Chairs. By appt only.
$400 813-949-8418

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

DINNING Rm Set, Mint
cond, Paid $3800. Sell
$1650. Rattan stone top
Bistro hightop table w/5
matching swivel bar-
stools, mint. Pd $1300
Sell $650.813-909-9559
ENT CTR high end cherry,
display cabs, recessed
lightingholds anysz big
screen TV, lyo, sacrifice
$1200obo (727) 417-3304
Entertainment Ctr
All wood, cherry or oak,
lighted w/beveledIglass
doors, accommodates
up to 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
USED, sell for $1650. Can
deliver. 813-293-1743
Farm Table, white tile top
w/ 5 chrs, Ig hutch and
microwave stand, $400.
Huge office Desk,
match. Hutch, RH return
file cabinet, printer
stand, $400 + office
supplies. 3 queen size
Beds. x2 $20 each. xl
convertible to king
w/Honey color wood,
latform/12 drawers.
headboard & night
stand $650. All white
small kit. appl. + much
more. Call 813-486-0845
FURNITURE Broyhill sofa,
wingchair, loveseat,set
of four scandesign teak-
laminate bookcas-
es/wstorage like new.
Al or cansell individual-
ly. $600 Must Sell,
(813) 571-3691
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DOORS, 6' bronze sliding
glass doors $65.
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FORMAL lime green fit-
ted, halter3w/beads sz 4
$150 .813-416-8715
FORMAL red beaded Cin-
derella style sz 4, $200.
OBO .813-416-8715
LOUNGE Chair Massager
with heat $125.
754-4949
LOVE SEAT/SLEEPER
HEAVY DUTY $75.
754-4949
POOLtable, sticks includ-
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Call 63-581-4057
TREADMILL Health mate
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FUTON $195
Oak w/xtra thick matt
New in boxes Can
deliver. 813-363-0097
FUTON
Medium oak, honey fin-
ish, 9 layer matt, new in
box, cost $625, sell$315
813-293-1743
HOUSEHOLD FOR SALE
Lake Magdalene, All
Furn High-End. Must
Sell!! Bdrm Hemingwa
S8pc retail $8K, selr
$2500. Lane leather
sectional, retail $6K sell
$2450 813-478-8995
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IVINGROOM SETS
Wrhouse Full Must Sell!
Wicker & Rattan, many to
choose. 813-876-1566
www.qualltywicker.com

Mattress $100
Brand Name Orthopedic,
Queen or Full Set.
King $195
All 100% new in plastic,
NOT REBUILT. Can
Deliver 813-363-0097
MATTRESSES
3 sets, double sided pil-
low top, with warranty.
Never used. Can deliver.
King set-$345.
Queen set$275
Full set-$240
813-293-7621
MEMORY FOAM
MATTRESSES $199.
to $399. Any Size!
8" SOLID FOAM
1-888-447-0957
BUY ANYWHERE ELSE?
YOU PAID TO MUCH!!
SECTIONAL-Beige leath-
er, Cindy Crawford col-
lection, current RTG
model, used 2 months,
paid $2,000. Asking
$1,400. Pics avail, via
email 813-634-6185
SOFA & LOVE SEAT by
Broyhill, light pastels in
ivory coral and teal
matching chair & 2 end
tbls, coffee tblbuffettb!
in and ivory. Exc cond.
$750 firm. 813-690-4884
WEb a II5315

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Sofa & Love Seat Coffee
& End Tables, Glass Ta-
ble & 4 Chairs, 27" TV,
Washing Machine &
More727-379-3073
WALDEN ESTATE
SALE

Sofa&chair $195
SofaSleeper 1159
Queen No Flip Mattress
Set $169
GEWasher&Dryer $295
GE Refrigerator $195
GE Stove $159
4 pc Bedroom Set 1339
B & B OUTLET
115 S. EVER ST
PLANT CITY 813-759-8864
CLOSE OUT SPECIALS
All Weather Patio Furni-
ture. Great Prices While
They Last. Forever
Wicker 813-948-4802
Wet ,74599i
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Moving Must Sell. Ethan
Allen complete Living
Room Set, 5 pcs, $2,350
OBO.3 pc bleached-pine
4 poster Bedroom Set
tongue & groove, $525
00O. Call 813-363-1464
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APPLIANCES BEST PRIC-
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8307 Armenia 933-8288.
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WASHER $140
FRIDGE $150 -
I to 12 Month warranty
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
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WASHER$140
FRIDGE $150
Ito 12 Month Warranty
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PARTS TODAY
11900 Nebraska 972-4242
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Refrigs, Washers, Dryers,
Stoves. Like new.
GIDDENS APPL 6201 E.
Broadway 813-620-1590
Mom & Pops Applianc-
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& Refr. 10014 30th St.
Free Delivery
813-632-9620; 335-5788
Refrigerator GE, Almond,
24 CF side-by-side,
water/ ice dispenser in
door, exc cond. $190.
913-914-7538
VACUUM RAINBOW
with attachments, Ex-
cellent condition used
very little. $300
813-907-1756 1
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Washer Dryer, Ig I Equip
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Refrigerator, sidexside WHEELCHAIR
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6hp $150 813-740-0665
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813-626-3754 70mg $16.00, Plavix .
$41.00, Lipitor
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Brchcustom absoluteAMD $99 Internet Ready
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OLD GUITARS WANTED! PC Services 931.4976
Gretsch, Martin, AMD2800+ New PC $399
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1960's. Top cash paid! ISORM.com Computers
(800)401-0440. 14918 North Florida Ave

LCO less than 1 yr old. COMPUTER REPAIR $45
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will sell for $6,000. !SORM: Mon-Sat 10 to 7.
727-808-9745 14918 North Florida Ave
Orlando Guitar Expo, Jan (813) 264-0408
28,29 at Osceola COMPUTERS! Dell Pen-
Heritage Park. Florida's tium IV desktop, $225.
Turnpike&Hwy192 Compaq Pentium Ili
Kissimmee, Buy Sell desktop $80; Laptop
Trade, 941-321-8882 Pentium III, $325. Still
have warr. 813-770-6319
Piano-1887 Henry Miller,
full size 9' concert grand LAPTOPS ................ 165.00
piano, restored, mint 10-40G Drives.......... 15-32
playing condition has 17" Monitors............ 25.00
piano disk', electron- CDRW....................... 30.00
ic/electro mechanical PlPCs-- .....................45.00
playing system w/full 10/100NIC..................2.00
orchetral accompany- HP2100Laser........... 75.00
ment $10,000. UPS ........................ 10.00
813-633-0873. CDROM.......................3.00
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PIANO, Yamaha C-3, 6' 1" PIll Computers, Monitors
black New $30,000; & TV's starting @ $25.
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w/5 year Warranty. Visit Our showroom -
727-542-0132 full of computerparts &
VIOLINS $100, German elec-tro risit
150. Viola $150. Cellos 813-886-1494r or visit
$319. Cases & Bows. 1102 North Rome Ave.
Mandolins $120. Guitars Tampa FL33607
$150. Trumpets Flutes & I I Commercial
Clarinets $199. Rentals 432 merc
655-6554 727-94-9427
424 Radio, TV, & raulicu Chairs (5), Ma
IStereo (5), Stations w/mirrors
| 5ereo dryer/chairs (2).
HOME STEREO. Yam.ah 3500obo.863-698-2041
.'CL. Mirage. Boslon I RestaurantJ
Acuilc Comp p].'. Lik- 434 Resaral
` e nV6. $600.i. I I Hotel Equip
DISPLAY CASE, Beautiful
I WANTTO BUY cooler, 12' Hussman for
meat or seafood, SS,
non-working BigScreen exc. cond. $3500.
Televisions. Please 813-866-8665
Call 813-986-1229 Hobart 60 quart Mixers,
TV 52" high definition single phase or 3 phase.
PanasonicTV, 2yrs old, Walk-in Coolers, 1 glass-
great picture, $80 obo. door Cooler and more.
(727) 417-3304 Call 727-581-9293
Pizza Parlor Eqpmt al-
A425I Photography I most new mixrs, ovens,
booths, this chrs ice
PHOTOSHOP CLASSES mach., etc. Worth $90k,
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$199 (813) 264-2633 Restaurant Equip: 2 dbldr
427 1 Electronics I coolers, sandwich tbl
meat slicer (auto), flat
HD, Mit., screen, top grill. Call for info
TV.I$ HM bi screen, 727-461-9899
65", $1,300 w/curioi. 727-461-9899
Table, glass top & PARK YOUR CAR IN CLAS-
chairs $150. Bar Stools, SIFIED and see it takeoff
pair, $560.813-600-5927 in the fast lane!


Store
435 Fixtures -
Equipment
STREETER Store Fixtures
Gondola shelving, wall
units, store units, dis-
play tables poster
racks, H-units much
more Will sell at dis-
count. 813-264-5045
1440 Builder's
440" 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 100looking
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 #104052

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BAMBOO FLOORING
Natural & carbonized
$2.79 per square foot
Immediate pick up or
delivery. 813-494-6544
BUILDING SALE! /2Beat
Next Increase!% 20x26
Now $3340.25x30 $4790.
30x40 $7340. 40x60
$ 11,490. Factory Direct,
6 Years. Many others.
Ends/accessories op-
tional. Pioneer
1-800-668-5422.
CARPET Thick & Plush
Hottest Looks, Quality
Luxurious Belowsealer
Cost! 1st Quality, Dalton
weekly shipments.
Commercial carpets
available, we install too!
a 813-918-2737. S
I'll bring cuttings to you
today off our rolls.
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
has large overage of
supplies. Plum ing,'
electrical tile & etc.
All must go! 727-793-9777
Best Offer!
LUMBER LIQUIDATORS
HARDWOOD FLOORING
from .99 CENTS SQ. FT.
Exotics, Oak Bamboo,
Prefinished & Unfin-
ished. Bellawood w/50
year prefinish, plus A
Lot More! We Deliver
Anywhere 5 Florida Lo-
cations, 1-800-FLOOR-
ING (356-6746)
METAL ROOFING SAVE
$$$ Buy Direct From
Manufacturer. 20 colors
in stock with all
Accessories. Quick turn
around! Delivery
Available Toll Free
(888)393-0335.
WANTED: 20 HOMES To
Show Off Our New Life-
time Exterior Paint. Call
Nowto See if Your Home
1-800-518-5532, (Lic,
#CBC010111
CLASSIFIED
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44 I Builder's
Supplies

DEMOLITION SALE, 2 big
homes & barn in Citrus
Park. Deposit now pick
up Feb. cabs, doors, win
dows, tubs &app16. A3p4ts
813-968-1871 961-3423
I 1 Patio & Deck

441 Supplies

Concrete Pavers, Sec-
onds, from Manufactur-
er, Low Price, Brooks-
ville. Call Sonya
352-799-7933 x230 www.
flagstonepavers.com
I Sheds &
444 Carport





", .?4.' ,.
J.?' ll.si, i'
Both are enclosed
Concrete slabs, 36" door
& 2-7x8 garage doors inst
Other sizes avail
LIC. CBC1253330
813-788-3501 713-2333
Web #103048


Sail Away With Savings -
see Class 585 for a great
selection of sailboats!
BUILDING SALE! 2zBeat
Next Increase!% 20x26
Now $3340.25x30 $4790.
30x $7340 $7340. 40x60
$11,490. Factory Direct,
26 Years. Many others.
Ends/accessories op-
tional. Pioneer
1-800-668-5422.
BUILDING SALE! "Beat
Next Increase!" 20x26
Now $3340.25x30 $4790.
30x44 $7340. 40x66
$11,490. Factory Direct,
6 Years. Many Others.
Ends/accessories
optional. Pioneer



50x120, $14,450;
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Spot Advertising Works
1445 Tools I

I BUY TOOLS
752-0371 or 763-1339
1 .Machinery &
449 Heavy Equip.

Automotive Machine
Shop Equipment F.r
Sale 813-695-4937


Forklift-Tampa Forklift
since 1974. Parts, Svc
Rentals, New,Used
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
1450 Sportig
0Goods
Baseball Card Collection
Many & signed Base
Balls.00 for entire
collection. Not sold
separately. 81.-839-7900
Guided Quail Hunt, V1 Day
Bookings, Dream Lakes
Hunting Preserve.
Bartow FL
863-640-7783


Brandon 1020 Kings Ave.
Brandon 1531 E. Brandon Blvd.
Dover 12902 Newsome Rd.
Gibsonton 13150 U.S. Hwy. 41
Land 0' Lakes 2400 Land 0' Lakes Blvd.
Lithia 13411 FishHawk
Lutz 18902 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Lutz 23512 S.R. 54
Plant City 2401 John Redman Pkwy.
Riverview 11015 Bloomingdale Ave.
Riverview 13220 S. U.S. 301
Piver"ieiw 9817 S II 301
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450u Goods

GUN SAFES
Champion Safe-the best!
DISCOUNT PRICES. Many
types of safes avail.
Tampa Safe Exchange
303 W. Waters
813-935-9800
GUN SALE
Until Jan 31st on guns in
stock. New HK's USP
Compact .40, N/S $629.
USP9, N/S, 18RD, $699.
USP 45 tactical $949.
New P64's $189. New
shotguns $99 & up.
Much more. No lay-
aways at these prices.
2nd Amendment Armory,
1809 (G) W. Brandon Blvd
813-210-GUNS(4867)
HUNT ELK, Red Stag
Whitetail Buffalo, Wid
Boar. Our season:
now-3/31/06.
Guaranteed license,
$5.00 trophy in two
days. No-Game/No-Pay
policy. Days
(314)209-9800; evenings
(314)293-0610.

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
avail 813-363-0097

Pool Table 4x8
Pro Series 1" Tournament
slate, K66, 100% gum
rubber rails, diamond
sights, carved cabinet,
new in box, never used.
Cost $3200, sell $1250.
Can deliver.
813-293-7621
POOL TABLE, White Oak,
Maroon Felt,
Great Condition
$1000
813-918-2737
VAULT DOOR, full size for
walk in safe or safe
room, fire rated, new,
$1000 obo. 813-244-0299

CONCEALED WEAPONS
CLASSES
Class D, Class G
& Class G Requalificatios
813-643-137 l245-2719
451 Exercise
4 Equipment

TREADMILL, Trotter 700T
by Cybex, commercial
grade, bought from
old's Gym. xc. Cond.
New $7000. Sell $1500.
813-625-5625
'4531 What's Free
Free Dish TV Setup Free
satellite system no
equipment to buy for up
to 4 rooms. Call Now 800
784 7694 coupon
code:15310003 or visit
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Tampa 5001 Memorial Hwy.
Tampa 8801 Memorial Hwy.
Tampa -10601 Sheldon Rd.
Tampa 12049 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 6008 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 4901 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 2301 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa -13151 Race Track Rd.
Tampa 8305 W. Hillsborough Ave.
Tampa 7124 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 11211 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 5616 S. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 311 E. Davis Blvd.
Tampa 5125 W. Cypress St.
Tampa 17621 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Tampa 5102 Pointe of Tampa Way
T'mps 7301 Tpmple Tprrce Hwy
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NEW MOTORIZED
WHEELCHAIRS "No
Cost" If Eligible. Scooter
Type / Hospital Beds /
Manual Chairs. We Ac-
cept Medicare & Private
Insurance. Free Delivery
Helping Hands Medical
Equipment Call Toll-
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460 Mowers

MOWER-Snapper, 48" cut
+ Coxco 6x10 trailer +
Husqvarna edger, trim-
mer and blower $6,000
for all. 813-626-7595
S465 1 Lawn & Grdn
PALM CLEARANCE Cold
hardy, drought tolerant.
Healthy. Pineapple,
Reclinatas Paurotis
Pindo. 6 ftto25ft. Field
grown. East of Plant City.
813/752-7506 #47218151
Nurseries/
Trees
KNIGHT'S NURSERY
Azaleas Camellias, Wis-
teria, Boxwood, Garde-
nia, Bottle Brush, Palms
Tabebuia Crotons and
much MOE. Airport Rd
Plant City #04710685
813-752-7676
Large Laurel & Live Oak
Washingtonias, Pygm
Date Palms. #4723158
Free Delivery Anywhere,
We Install. 800-304-1991
LIVE OAKS,
45GAL, 4" CAL, 14'..$75
25GAL, 3" CAL, 12'..$50
15GAL,2" CAL8'..$25
748-8641 Reg #47220672
New and Used Nursery
Pots, 1,3,7 & 15 gal. Sale
or Trade for 45 gal and
up. Bobbie 813-363-
9925. Lic #47229733
Nursery LiquidationSale
container trees, nothing
over 15 gal, nothing over
$30. Bobbie 813-363-
9925.Lic #47229733
1480 1Dogs
AMERICAN PITBULL TER-
RIER PUPS, Red/Red
nose, Pure Old Family
Breeding, ADBA reg.,
Vet checked. $350.
352-303-3666
BICHON FRISE Male Very
Loveable, Adorable,
11 Wks, Trained, Reg.
Shots Hith Cert. $600
813-672-9715 382-7174


1480 1 Dogs |
Bichon Pup-i' ,o':rgeu5
nonshedding, family
raised AKC H/C, 8wks,
$500 & Up. 32-220-0351
contenteddogs.com
BLOODHOUND Puppies,
AKC reg. Parents on
premises, reds & blacks
F. $600 each. 352-
357-9390/589-2821
BOXER Pups, Registered
Fawn, black mask/
flashy. 6 males/5 fem.
taking deposits, ready
Feb. 2. $60or$700. Call
for appt. 813-973-3483
BULL MASTIFF PUPS,
Champ. AKC, 3 Females
1 Male. $1,500. Call
352-583-2364
or 352-523-2220
Cairn Terrier Pups, AKC
family raised, Wheaton/
Brindle. $700.
www.mccartyster
riers.com (352) 591-2271
CAVALIER King Charles,
Beautiful ACA, Blenheim
Babies, parents on site,
Get yours for Valentines
Day $1300 813-932-4770
CHIHUAHUA pups, males
& females avail, $450-
$550, registered. Call for
details. 813-316-8031
Ask for Jess.
Chocolate Lab Puppies
AKC reg., both Parents
hip cert. & Mother on-
site. Asking $500.
Call 352-427-7652
COCKER SPANIEL AKC 5
months old Beautiful
chocolate color. $350
OBO, (813) 684-3741
Cocker Spaniel Pups 8
wks, Buff color, 3 males
3 females, shots, POP,
$300.813-671-0128
(Summerfield Crossings)
CORGI PEMBROKE AKC
Puppies, health certs.
Ready Now.
C. Cards OK. 352-523-1360
813-299-1626
Web #110187
iick.&Bu

ENGLISH BULLDOG Pup-
pies. Champion Pedi-
gree. Available Febru-
ary 4th. $1700 $2400,
863-255-8280
ENGLISH BULLDOG pups
63 Champion AKC Reg.
M's & F's. Fawn & white
$1500* Dep. $500 Avail
2/19(863)409-6629
English Bulldog Pups,
AKC 2F multi-champ
pedigree, Ch dad
showed in lams nat.
Show mom bred for
quality features; mas-
sive head, wrinkles no
hith issues. Cute! $2000-
$2200. Serious pups to
adopt serious appli-
cants 813-786-1853
Web #115979

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ENGLISH MASTIFF Pups
13 weeks, Beautiful, Big
Head, Males & Females
$500 813-235-3290

FREE to good home,
references will be
checked. 813-468-9423
Tired of the same "old"
thin? Sell your antiques
wit an ad in class 402.


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


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1480 1 Dogs
ENGLISH Springer Span-
iels. 8 wks old, AKC Reg,
vet certs clean blood-
lines. $6 60. Will email
pics upon request.
63-667-3745 660-1417
or 863-660-1237
Web #81544


FREE puppies /2 Golden
Retriever V Neighbors
dog. 813-759-6511
French Bulldog Pups,
AKC, shots, M/F, 8
weeks & up $1800-$2400
Cash Only. Call
727-868-2099/207-1825.
Web#117543


GERMAN SHEPARD PUP
Beautiful AKC female,
black & tan, 9 wks old,
parent on premises,
813-634-9139
GERMAN Shepherd pups,
11 wks, Fish Hawk area,
parents on premises.
Males $450' Females
$350.- 813-685-4072
GIANT SCHNAUZER PUP-
PIES. 2 males, black,
$1600 each. Call
941-504-3412.

HAVANESE PUPS, AKC,
champ bloodlines
white, $1000-$1200.
352-750-2130 or
407-973-8816
.ACK RUSSELL Terriers,
Registered srnootlh
coats, $600 and up. Vari-
ety of sizes & Colors.
Raised in home. See us
atwww.suavestylin
jacks.com 813-741-2510
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
wormed, vet cert. Block
head, champ, bkgrd.
Pedigrees. Parents/
g grandparents on site.
450 & up 352-307-0772
.AB Yellow, CKC, 10 wks
old, 1 female $550
863-529-6668 or
863-284-1189

LABRADOODLE F1/F1B
QUALITY pups, CKC, CH
& OFA howardspuppy
haven.com $1000
386-364-8345
LABRADOODLE PUPS,
FIB's & Fl's, Chocolate.
$1000 (Fl's) $1200
(FIB's) 620-544-8612
outwestdoodles.com
Web #72091


LABS, AKC, chocolate, 2
Males, 1 Female left, vet
checked, shots. Ready
Feb. 8th. $450.
813-416-3124
MALTESE PUPS, females
1,000; males $800.
Available now! Regis-
tered, health certifi-
cates, 813-784-3245
.AALTESE Pups, Gorgeous
reg., tiny toy, family
raised, H/C, M/F, 8 wks
$800 up.352-220-0351
contentedpuppies.com
MASTIFF Bull puppies, 4
boys,$300.3pirrs,$400.
Ready /30.
813-473-3552
Web#129990


Papillon Pups AKC
Champ. 9wks, shots, pa-
per trained. Tri color
$700. Adults also best
offer. 813-247-1378
PIT BULL COLBY PUPS
Farm raised, big heads &
chest. Exc. Bloodline.
$200-$250 813-779-7659
813-714-2835


1480 I Dogs |
PIT BULL Female for
adoptionto good home,
65 Dam. 813-325-9474

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POODLE Dark Red Toy
Male, 9 wks, Purebred
CKC, $600 cash.
813-782-8809

Turn to Classified you
can Bank on our Bargains
POODLE Reg dk brw or
apricot, house broken.
Male or Female Health
cert. 813-298-3256 or
752-9207 Ready 2/28.
Rid your garage of bugs -
VW Bugs that is! Place
your adin autos for sale,
class 649.
Pug Pups AKC-CKC Also
Peekingese Pups, CKC.
family raised. Playful &
Pudgy, $500-700.
wvjw.peVesandpugs
.com(r 21591-.2.
Classified Ads Prices
well within sight A se-
lection that's just right!
PUGS champion blood-
line 1 female, Fawn
W/Black Mask, AKC
health certs, $600
813-363-5013.
CLASSIFIED
IS INFORMATIVE

Puppies 4 Sale
Park Ave. Puppy
813-662-2592
Lic# P05062440
The Key To SAVINGS Start
Here in Classified!
Rat Terrier Pups, UKCI,
Great family pet, Tiny
Toys to minis. $350-450.
www.mccartysratter
riers.com (352) 591-2271
Turn to Classified you
can Bank on our Bargains
SAINT BERNARD Pups,
Champion Blood line,
AKC/health certs. $800.
for photos http://brac
corp.com 'saints.html
352-787-1270
REFuPNISHING'
REMODELING
LANDSCAPING
Help can be found in Spe-
cialty Shops & Services
directory everyday in
Classified!
SCOTTISH TERRIER
PUPS-AKC, Black &
Wheaton color, $400.
Some w/champ blood-
line. 386-574-5238
SHIH TZU, "PICK OF
LITTER" golden, 10 wk
male, bred for temper
ment, $3;5,
352-489-2111.266-2573
SHIH TZU Pups Imperial
Breed, AKC, 1M, BIk
& Whi, Gold & Whi all
Shots & Papers $500-
$600,813-780-2773
YORKI- Male, small and
beautiful! AKC reg.,
champion blood line,
1st shots. $800 Cash.
Call (813) 885-4136.
YORKIE PUPPIES-Quality,
reg, toy sized, baby
face, family raised, M/F,
8wks H/C. 352-220-0351
contentedpuppies.com
YORKIE PUPPIES-
Absolutely Adorable
M/F., hith cert, 12 wks
w/2nd shots/papers
$600andup,under 51bs.
727-656-5144
813-215-0064


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A Selection of More
Than 50 Puppies
Beagle, Bichon Boxer
Chihuahua; Dacshund,
Lab, Pomeranian, Poodle,
Pu, ShihTzu, Husky,
Silky, Westie, Yorkie
plus many, many more
All Puppies Come With:
yr Health Warranty
*Free Vet Visit
Free Training DVD
Microchip Identification
Also A Large Selection
of Freshwater Fish,
Reptiles Small Animals,
Birds & All Your
Supply Needs
Petland Lakeland
3800 N. Hwy 98
863-859-6886
Petland Tampa
7699 W. Waters Ave
813-249-8700
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|481 Cats I
ABYSSINIAN Kittens, 12
wks, look like little
mountain lions! Very af-
fectionate! $695 and up.
941-922-6129

V Kittens &CatsV
Free to good home. Spay-
ed, neutered, some vac-
cines (813) 963-6612
SIAMESE KITTENS,
READY ON 02/10/06.
CALL 813-365-0089
14821 Birds
MACAW Blue & Gold male
comes w/ new big cage,
Wheeled perch toys &
training book. Make
offer. 727-459-6242
Proven Pair Blue-Crown
Conure and a Quaker.
Cash $200.00 all.
Call 813-884-3899
UMBRELLA COCKATOO-
Almost 2 years old. Very
loving, very talkative.
w/two large cages.
$899813-763-0842
484 MiscPets/
484 services

Introduction to pet
massage class. Call for
information, class dates
& times. 813-988-8880

Premium Fiji live rock,
$2.99 per pound.
Thousands of marine
Fish and Invertabrates
at the lowest prices in
the Tampa area. Lde
Oceanic., 8l 3-649 lu0O
1498 1 Estate Sales
ANNE'S ESTATE SALES
Larqe Moving Sale.
Feb3rd&4th,8am-lpm.
1727 Coco Palms Cir. SCC.
4,G Garage, Yard
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BEVERLY'S
CONSIGNMENT
1848 Jim Redman Pkwy
Plant City

1/2 PRICE SALE
EVERYTHING 50% OFF
Thur-Fri-Sat
Sale expires 2/4/2006
How do you reach cus-
tomers in search of quali-
ty products & services?
Classified, of course!


Tampa 8424 Sheldon Rd.
Tampa 8702 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Tampa- 4479 Gandy Blvd.
Tampa 5715 Gunn Hwy.
Tampa 2540 Bearss Ave.
Tampa 8438 N. Armenia Ave.
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499 Garage, Yard | 510 I Farm Equip. I
Sales, Etc. 2000 John Deere 4200 4x4
DOVER,3105 S.ForbesRd Detachable front end
Sat Feb 4,8:00 AM til, loader garage kept, 300
Adult & Baby Clothes & Hrs w/Trailer. Attach-
Items Walker, Swing, ments include 2 box
ToysCradle, Furniture blades, 1 bush hog, fin-
oys, Ce ish mower, auger w/2
DOVER, 4525 Fritzke Rd bits, boom 4' disc Steal
off Hwy 92 W. Fri & Sat 'it all for$18,000
Feb 3 & 4..8AM til ?. Call 813-382-0180
Treadmill, Hunting
Items, Crafts, Clothes Grapnnle
(all sizes) Computer & ^- "'',,'~w ,
M sizes) Computer & Attachment, 6W, New
Holland Model 10066-0.
< > $2300. (727) 919-5956.
i I I F TRACTOR, new Holland
| *J ElK TC18 backhoe/bucket
i fe~am*j m loader, has 131 hours,
Li OK must see! $15,000.
PLANT CITY, 2407 Me- 813-476-4284
dulla(Corner ofMedulla Tractr with Tren-
Rd and Coronet Rd) Sat, che/toBr wit/ u g""
Feb 4th. 8AM til ?. Chil- h n ,
dren's clothes excellent TNew Holland,
condition Graco double TC33N4 $19 000.
stroller, Toys and baby (727)919-5 56.
items & Misc 2002 New Holland TC45D
----. v )7 ,,,astTractor for sale. Tractor
PLANT CITY, 2708 West has front end loador
SatF Ave. Thur, Fri & bush hog and boxblade.
S^ &4.8Amtil?. Only 60ohrs in b great
LotsOf Misc shaeMust Sell!.tAsk-
i ing $17,000 OBO. Call
813-299-4811 for more
i T -- info.
ADVERTISE IN CLASS 631
AND SEE YOUR VAN GO!
PLANT CITY COMMUNI- I Horses &
TY WIDE YARD SALE, 525
First Baptit Church of Livestock
Midway,2902E.Midway POLE BARNS ges,
Rd. Sat, Feb 4, 7AM- P E BARNS, Garages,
Noon. Tables & spaces workshops, horse barns
are available for rent at 20x20x9 $2,600
$15. For space contact *20x30x9 $4,200
Mike 813-752-7209. *24x24x9 $4.032.
*24x40x9 $1 6020
PLANT CITY, Sam Allen & Other Sizes Available
Hwy 39 N LIC# CBC1253330
THE LAKES 813-713-2333 788-3501
Annual Flea Market in The Web t#1iq 4
Club House. Sat Feb 4 ,
8AM-12 NOON. ''
PLANT CITY Woman's i.
Club 1110 N. Wheeler St. ..
Btw 92 & 1-4. Indoor Yard Animals of all types at af-
Sale Sat 2/4, 8-Noon fordable prices. Don-
Children's & Adult's keys, jennys&jacks and
Clothes, Paperbacks minis, Horses for riding.
Household ltems, Toys Nice paints and fillies.
............m,"Toys Roosters, turkeys, gui-
SPRINGHEAD Area, 1501 nieas, pigeons, eese
aranRd Sat .4 goats, sheep, cattle.
MOVING SALE, Inside Buy ortrade. I pay cash,
dishes curtains, tw bed- and ick Uor deliver.
room set, coffee & end 813-382-8289 Rod the
tables Toys Odd & Ends #1 animal man.
CTAWBERRYV WANTED!! Horses,
SR AWBE RbR 4 peonies, goats, sheep,
SRUARE FLEAMARKET lamas, cattle & any
PLANT CITY Sat Feb 4, animals except cats or
2006,8:00AM-I:00PM dogs. Tack, trailers &
4401 BOOT BAY RD OFF equip. Top prices paid.
WHITEHURST Good home. Call Cyndi
WHITE ELEPHANTTABLE now: 813-649-1126
BREAKFAST SANDWICH LLAMAS les&
FOOD CLOTHES,TOOLS, LAMAS young males &
BAKED GOODS & MISC females, var. of colors,
HAMBURGERS, HOT riendl, discount on
DOGSCOFFEE &DRINKS pairs. $00 & u. Delv-
TURKEY CREEK Area 3841 ery avail. 941-587-2896
Lone Oak Rd off Turkey Appaloosa Quarter Horse
Creek Rd 1/2 mile S. of 10.yo Mare. Trail
Trapnell Rd. Fri & at rides,h asworked C ows.
Feb3&48AM-3PM chil- $1,000. 2yo Pony, $500.
dren items, some furni- Call 727-641-8587
ture, Pea seller, can- Spot Advertising Works

500-549 MORGAN
4 yr old stallion, top
Farmer's Market bloodline $5000,
813-685-4588
I I t... BEEF CALVES & COWS,
500 .large selection, $300.
Vegetables Hand fed. Come over
and give them a hug.
2generators 5500 Watt Call 727:455-3966
Silent Diesel. electric
start, new $3,800 sell Registered Angus
$1,900. 5500 open diesel 2 yearling haifers, cow
enerator $1600. Both w bulcalf, 2 ear old
rom canceled project
never used. usuallyho- .bull, 813-689-47 8
medays@hotmail.com. REG QTR Horse Palomino
Home/work/mobile it's Mare 6 yrs; also Paint,
toll free 877-525-8088 Ghost 1 lue eye. 7 yrs
Sell Strawberries Exg'd hunter a umyer
$4.99/half flat, green3 00 ea 863)5 36
beans, squash, fresh HolsteinSteer
greens, peppers, cu- $400
cumbers,at& Sun 10-6. 813-752-4409
Exit -10 Martin Luther
King & Highview, by dis-
count auio 727-5754 LIVESTOCK hauling,fenc-
CLASSIFIED ing, portablepen. Land
IS ACCESSIBLE cleaning. 813-754-3797


Valrico -1971 S.R. 60
Valrico 3236 Lithia -Pinecrest Rd.
Wesley Chapel 5351 Village Market
Zephyrhills 36348 S.R. 54
Seffner- 725 N. Grove Cir.




Career
SEEKER PLUS


26 Stalls

LAKE PARK, full /partial/
field board, owner on
prem. 24/7, daily, grassy
turnout, sec. cameras,
fans, 4 feedings daily,
exc ref's. 813-610-1280
j527 Hay & Grain I
PEANUT HAY
TIFTON44
Bahia grass 2 square or
rolls. Call 352-567-6773
813-714-8802 lyve mess
I Livestock
I53""" Wanted

WE BUY CATTLE!
CASH PAID!
352-494-6725
550-599
Recreation

5 Motor Homes
560 .- RV's

20' Leisure Travel Van
2000 Freedom Wide
body, Class B, 360 Dodge
VS, gen, exc cond,
$29,500.813-754-8366
21' 1995 RIALTA
quad seats make a 2nd
bed, very clean, no
smoking, $14,900 / of-
fers. 941-773-1066
22' 1994 Coachman Cata-
.lina Sport, Class C, 52K,
Great on Gas, Many Ex-
tras, Exc. Cond Asking
$16,500. 352-754-8899
27' 1985 Tioga Class-C
50,000 mi Sleeps 7 Great
Condition $9,000 or bo
(813) 949-3455

30' AirStream Land Yacht
2004 W/slide out, Load-
ed, Like New, Fact War-
ranty, 65K, $79,500.
941-400-4933 '
Spot Advertising Works
31' 1999 Georgie Boy,
Maverick Class C, Fully
Loaded, 7K Mi, Back-up
camera in cab. $35,000
813-677-0606
32' 1991 Fleetwood Pace
Arrow, 59K Mi, Runs
Great, Generator needs
repair, $8,500 obo
941-628-3242
34' 1998 Winnebago
Chieftain Ford 7.5L 33k
slide, 2 a/c ducted,'5KW
generator, rear monitor,
non smoker, exc cond,
Custom rear rack for cy-
cles, 1 owner, $49 000
813-645-3711'
35' 1996 RESIDENCY,
loaded, firtoceiling win-
dows, 1 owner, well
maintained, $22900/of-
fers 941-761-3851
36' 1998 Monaco Wind-
sor, 300 hp diesel, diesel
generator, full slide.
65,000.941-925-8474or
41-724-8474
36' 2003 South Wind, IncI
ext warranty to 2011 & 2
Crp grd mbrships. 12k
mi, 2 slides $83,900 exc
cond 863-984-7424
37' 1999 Coachman 5th
wheel w/3 slides, screen
room, center kitchen,
Good condition! Locat-
ed in Como, Lutz.
$15,900. (407) 529-7176
38' '02 Discovery 330 HP
Cat diesel pusher, 2
slides, 7.5kw diesel gen.
Refrig/freezer w/ice
maker, Corian counter
tops, Michelin Tires,
Many other features,
Mint! 24K m. $126,600.
813-642-9248
38' Newmar Kountry Star
2000 V10, Eqpt xlnt, 19k
mi., plc byreq.ake over
payments or ?
813-633-8893 Iv msg.
39' 205 RV used 1 wk


Loaded, self contained,
W/D, Luxury inside 2
a/cs, Must Sell 813-926-
5235 or 727-458-4197
40' 2000 V2 American Ea-
gle, '01 fir plan, 2 slides,
350 diesel, 37k mi, W/D,
auto sat tv, loaded,
pam ered, just ser-
viced, In Tampa. Asking
$158,400.515-371-7521
40' 2001 American Eagle,
Diesel, 350 Cummins,
2 slides, 6 spd Alsion,
automatic awnings,
many extras. Mirrored
Lighted ceiling s.
Excellent & clean. on
smokers. $162,000
813-677-7719
45' '04 Prevost Marathon
XL Loaded, All Acc., 29K,
Beautiful Colors, Cus-
tom Int. Double slide.
New over $1.5Mil, Must
sell due to illness, $795K
727-787-7417
45' 2003 Monaco Signa-
ture Series Commander
3 slides, 525hp I.S.X.
Cummins eng., 12.5k.w.
gen. Aqua Hot. 3 A/C
units. 42 in. Plasma. Gi-
rard awn'g. Sculpt car-
pet. 13K mi. All bells &
whistles. 863-984-2898
or 508-776-7500
45' PREVOST XL Liberty
1995 immaculate Condi-
nin. Se-ries 60 Engine. 6
;piee-. auto transmis-
nion. Full optioned.
.2.001 miles, $255,000.
8113: 123-6664
888-Bates RV Nearly 600
Airstream Jayco *
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tampa.


560 Motor Homes

CARPET, CERAMIC &
WOOD. Motor Home in-
stallation specialist. 1st
Quality materials. Con-
venient turnover time.
Make your coach look &
smell new. Lic/Ins. M/C
Visa. 25 yrs exp. Semper
Fl Flooring 813-625-0229
RVAwningMats.com
6x9, 9x12& New for 2006-
9x18 Reversible RVMats.
25 styles to choose from.
Perfect for Camping
and RV'ing. Toll Free
866-MY RV MAT.
Order Securely Online
RVAwningMats.com
I Campers &
562 Travel Tr rs

22' 1998 5th whl Tahoe
Glide Lite fully fur-
nished, slide out living
room, rear bath, AC.
$7500obo. 813-681-3563
25' 2002 Cherokee, Queen
Size bedOpen & spa-
cious. Like new Kept
under shelter. $10,000.
813-661-9197/ 758-4570
28' AEROLITE 1999 Priv
rear BR w/qn bed.
Sleeps 4, bath w/tub &
shower, AC, awning, too
many extras to list.
Turnkey all new. Can
deliver. Sac! $16.5Kobo
1-207-272-1463
29' 1995 Prowler 5th
wheel. Many extras.
$6500/obo
813-737-3212
30' 2006 Thunder TT, su-
perslide, self cont., fully
loaded. Consider trade.
Must sell. Trailer in
Tampa. $22,900 obo.
cell 956-207-8794
30' FRANKLIN 2003, self
cont, air, rubber roof,
bedroom, full bath.
$10,500. Must sell.
S813-477-8032

Want Ads
31' 2001 Prowler Super
slide, Queen Bed, Large
Bathroom, Loaded!
$15,500 obo
Cell Phone 260-740-1329
33' '06 self-contained
Travel Trir, super slide,
W/D, micro., stereo,
tinted win., awnings,
slee s 6 all options.
$20,!90. (63)838-3825
33' 2000 Sunnybrook Ti-
tan TT, Slide Loaded,
Exc Cond, NA'DA Retail
$20K, Lite Alum Frm,
$15,000 703-867-1366
35' 1997 Holiday Rambler
custom Alumalite. 14'
slideout. W/D combo.
Plankwood & tile firs. I-
cemaker qn bed, aw-
ning, jacks. Exc. cond.
$25K (813) 267-7839 or
863-647-9274 aft. 4p.m.
36' 2004 Country Comfort,
2 Elec Slides, Awnings,
CHA, Self contained,
$18,900 OBO
727-804-4288
37'2005 Country Comfort,
Megaslide FrtKitch Qn
Bed, W/D, Loaded,
$16,200 obo 904-823-8985
973-449-2478
38' Franklin 2005, two
slides, self cont, W/D,
CHA, sleeps 6. Loaded.
Sacrifice for $22,900.
813-651-0990
38' PREMEIRE 2005 T.T.
Triaxle 14ft.slideouts
bay window self-cont'd.
CH/A W/D, Awn $18,500
330-351-7059 Davenport
Spot Advertising Works
40' 1997 TRAVEL SU-
PREME. 3 slides, rear liv.
area. Exc. cond. $27K
obo. Cell: (937) 213-3122
or (813) 840-2508
40'2004 Heritage TT, fully
self contained, 3 slide
outs, W/D, 2 AC's, front
awning, like new.
$26,000.352-428-7407.
40' LUXURY 5TH WHEEL
2006,2 slide-outs, 2br's,
sips 7, W/D, self-contain,
central air, many extras,
$25,500 703-599-7179
45' 5th Wheel Franklin
2br 2ba, 4 slides, 2 Airs,
W/D, Fbrgls Ext. Aw-
nings, Many Extras.
$37,000 813-784-7852
CAMPING MEMBERSHIP!
"Lifetime" Camp Florida
/ USA/Canada. $8per
night (full hookup) Year
round. Originally $3695.
Must Sell $595.
1-800-236-0327
Coleman 1999 Niagara
Popup. Good cond, AC/
Heat 2 kings, slideout,
toilet/shower, extras.
$6500 813-985-6977
I j Recreational
564 Rental

POPUP CAMPERS for rent
A/C, Sink, Stove, Frig.
Call Lynn to reserve 4.
813.546.1827 www.popup
rentalcampers.com
5gn Swimming
5,8 Pools & Spas

A-1ISPAS
REPAIRS ANY SPA, ANY
TIME. Custom Spa Cov-
ers $229.813-623-9997
Factory Direct
Tampa
Gulf to Bay Spas
w 813-781-923279
www.gulftobayspas.com


5801 Swimming
SPools & Spas
HOT TUB/SPA, like new, 5
person, 24 ets, 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.
We service any Spa.
813-625-0165
1584 I Boats I
14FT. Polarcraft Flat Bot-
tom Contiental trailer,
6HP Evinrude Outboard.
$1200. Call (813) 996-2869
or (813) 235-9716.
15V/2'RANGER BASS BOAT
& Ranger custom trlr,
runs excellent, $2,500 or
best offer. Must sell im-
mediately! 813-788-1504
17' 1993 Proline CC, Runs
Great, Like New Yamaha
motor Bimini Top, Live
Well. CD, VHF Radio,
Aluim Trlr $5,200 obo
941-448-1788
171/2' AQUASPORT 1997
CC 90 Johnson, trailer,
trolling motor, fish find-
er, bimini top bait well,
wash down $6 500, be-
low book 813-837-6836
17' V Haul walk through
windshield, w/trailer in
very good cond. 75HP
Johnson, Runs Exc. w/
power trim, FF, life
vests, & bimini cover.
Boat for sale b owner
$1495 obo 813-545-8337
21' 2000 Carolina Skiff
DLX, 9'beam, Alum Drive
Tower & Trailer, Like
New Motor Seized.
$4,995 '727-580-4967
22' 2006 Bennington Pon-
toon. Dbl bimini. 2275gl,
Yamaha, 90 HP: full
mooring cover, potty,
AM/FM cd full bottom
paint, 15rs. Paid
26,000. Must sacrifice
22,000.941-255-5067 or
248-343-3422
22' Pontoon and trailer,
2005 Suncrest, Yamaha
40hsp, loaded. $14,200.
352-797-7798
352-650-1715
22'PONTOON W/TRAILER
2005 Palm Beach
w/Magic Tilt Trailer.
LOADED!! .Many Custom
Items included $19,000
(941) 739-9108
23' 1987 Wellcraft Walk
Around, newer 225
horse Johnson & trailer
$5600.19' 1999 Pontoon
$4500.813-914-8989.
23' 2004 Outback-LS,
Bought New, Used 15
Hrs. Serious Inquiries
only $28, 000
813-920-9100 '
23.3 Classic Formula Cud-
dy. 1972, well kepi, musl
see, wdual a\il alum
1t03i on irlr, Ford 35i
w/Ig Mercury outdrive,
live well, VHS, radio,
much more, $4500 or
will trade 813-882-9072
24' 1994 Chaparral 240
mid-cabin cruiser
sleeps 4, showerhead
w/ pump out, elec.
stove, water htr, camp-
er canvas, shore pwr,
trlr & more. Well cared
for. $15,900.813-817-2499
25' 2002 Baja Sportfish
250 mercy EFI, electron-
ics, alum radar arch,
bimini, navy hull. Exc.
$46K obo 941-809-3260
27'Grady White 1998 Sail-
fish, Twin 225 Yamaha's,
Charts, Fish Finder, One
Owner, Low Hrs, Full
Canvas, $59,500.
941-383-4656
28'1999 Chaparral
CLEAN LOW HOURS well
maintaintained must see
this Signature 27
(941) 685-9374
29' Triton 2003, CC twin
250 Yamaha HPBI, less
than 300 hrs engine
warranty 08/09, furuno
electronics, loads of
extras, must see.
$79,900.727-367-0214
33' FOUR WINNS 2005 328
Vista New cond, 53 hrs,
twin Volvo Penta
5.7GXI/DP, warranty,
loaded, stored Hi-Dry.
Motivated seller.
**$149,900. OBO **
* 813-514-2900 ext 302 *
BOATLIFT & cradle, the
finest alum. boatlift &
stainless hardware, 8-
24Klb, prof'l install.
avail. (remote avail.).
Pateco Manufacturer,
Inc.727-397-8130
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjarmn Rd Bt.'ji
RV'i. 3uloj. lruc:l .
$40+ /mo. Secured loc'n
813-684-9171 "
Several Storm Damaged
& Donated Boats. Will
Buy & Sell. Call Mike
727-204-7988

585| Boat Slips -
585 | Storage

SLIPS FOR SALE OR
LEASE. Pasadena Yacht
& Country Club.
727-381-7922 xt 12.

Classified Ads Prices
well within sight. A se-
lection that's just right!


5851 oat Slips I
Storage
BOAT SLIP RENTALS
Harbour Island
Monthly, Daily & Weekly
rates. For info call
KAT 727-799-2111
Outdoor Storae, 5515
Causeway Blvd RVs,
Boats Cars Trucks, Trirs.
Brandon/Valrico/
Riverview 813-220-1538
Marine
586 Supplies &
Repairs
Motors, twin 1994 230hp
O.M.C. sea drives, per-
fect cond., xtraacc.,fresh
water only. Pd $8K. Now
$4K obo. 813-323-3029
MOTOR, 2005 Mercury
150 HP, EFI saltwater,
low hrs, like new $6995.
S 813-831-4052
813-833-0312
PAIR of 150 horse 2002 EFI
25" Mercury Salt Water
series. $6,600. RunningJ
when taken off.
813-914-8989.
1587 1 Sailboats I
30' Hunter, fiberglass
Perfect, great deal for
16K. Call for informa-
tion. Transferable slip.
813-604-2416
1588 I Houseboats I
20x48 houseboat, sell or
trade, 4 cyl, Isuzu diesel,
twin disc, marine gear,
never used, $16,000 obo.
813-626-46017
600-649
Transportation

Auto
620 Engines,
I Parts & Misc.
Bay Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warrarny
Auto/ Boat/ RV
813-926-9994
Topper Black 8' Tonneau
truck cover. Flat, fiber-
glass. $850 obo.
13-239-7980
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z. Guaranteed
quality work. Your place
or mine. Call Rob
813-610-1535

627 Utility
I"-' Trailers I
2003 Horton Hauler
enclsd 7x7x16 Tandem
axle, 3 concession win,
1 side entry door.
$4,800 obo. 813-968-6141
6x12x2 Never used- 15"
wheel w/qate $825. Oth-
ers avail reliablewel-
dingandsteelsup-
ply.com 813-237-0110
I Trucks Light
62 Duty I
Chevy 2001 510 LS ExUcab
stepside, 6 cyl, AT, ext
warr, 42k orig, 1 owner,
non smoker mi,$9500
obo.813-767-9677
DODGE 1979 P/U, Little
Red Express 360 motor,
auto, Ice cold a/c, $4495.
813-740-8834

DODGE 2004 Ram 1500 V6,
3 inch lift w/flow mas-
ters, 33" Mickey Thomp-
son wheels, 40k miles.
$11,300. 813-888-5366.
FORD 1998 F150, V6, auto,
A/C, CD, 3 door, tow pkg,
2nd owner, clean Truck.
$6,960 OBO.
Call 813-949-4946
FORD 1999 F-150, XLT, dk
green, 59K miV8, auto
airbag, AC, PS, CC, tilt,
p/windows, tint, stereo,
PDL, p/mirrors, step
rails, bedliner well
maintained $10,500.
813-503-6177.
FORD 2000 F250, turbo
diesel XLT, super cab,
4DR long bd, clean
truck, woman owner,
beautiful blue color,
below blue book @
$16K. My credit union
will fiance 100% w/good
credit, monthly
pa ments approx $300
813-677-1611; 363-2361
or 781-1499
FORD 2001 F150 Super
Crew King Ranch 4x4,
56k mi, Captains chairs,
New tires. Call for extras
$18,000 813-765-4382
FORD 2001 Ranger, 4x4,
4.0L, 6 cvy, auto, AC, tool-
boxes & liner exc cond,
Bank payoff $8750.
813-754-2546
FORD 2002 F150 XLT
White, Triton V8, 77k mi
Ext. Cab, Bed liner, All
Pwr Keyless, Exc Cnd.
$12,500407-325-9655
FORD 2003 F-250 Super
Duty, XL package, ex-
tended cab, highway
miles, $10,000.
813-689-1166 '
FORD 2003 F150 53K mi
Black Sportsman Ed
SprCab, Auto., AC, CD, 6
Cyl., bed liner like new
$14,000 (813) 503-5910
FORD 2005 F150 ext cab
XLT, only 600 mi, 5.4L,
auto, air, full pwr, CD,
gold/tan int, tow pack,
20,700863-619-8242
CLASSIFIED
WORKS!


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6I Trucks Light 16311 Vans
2 -Duty I CHEVY 98 ASTRO CARGO
Ford 2005 Ranger, Perfect 200.000 mi, White, V6
cond. 4K mi., cruise, AC $2,200 (813) 389-0881
CD/MP3, bedliner, 25
MPG, toolbox. $10,799
(352)588-9778 CHRYSLER 1997 TOWN
ISUZU 2001 Hombre 54K N'COUNTRY, A/C, in
mi., Standard shift, 1 good condition clean!
owner, good condition, ?2,000. 813-416-9100
Below blue book value,
$4850 obo.813-817-0747 DODGE 1998 Minivan
MAZDA 1996 B2300 80k Power window A/C,
mi, Beige Pickup, 5 Great condition. 147,000
Speed, w/ bedliner & miles.Neotiable price.
cover- $2,500 obo Must go! 561-670-6466
(813)495-2880 Dodge 2001 Caravan
NISSAN 1998 Frontier Ext. Sport, Mini, 52k mi, CD, 4
Cab 96000 mi 4c a- drs, stereo, ood cond,
to, od A/C, bed c 'cov- $8900. 4235 enderson
er liners. Exc. Cnd. Blvd,813-287-2565
AM/FM/CD. Asking DODGE 2005 HANDICAP
$5850 obo 813-624-7296 Van, 10" lowered floor
NISSAN 2002 Frontier power ramp, 17,00
Crew Cab, V6 SE One miles. Call for more in-
Owner, Low Mileage- formation 727-492-1630
36K mi.$14,000 Obo FORD E250 2000, auto
813-223-3205/503-1671 trans, a/c, 165k miles,
How do you reach cus- G0 WORK VAN'
tomers in search of quali- $6200obo 727-934-2633
ty products & services? 727-639-7682
Classified, of course! GMC 1987 Starcraft 3/4
TOYOTA 1994 High ton, hih5to conversion
wheels, drives, runs & van $4125, 13-748-6899
looks exc, 5 spd, $2600
813-453-0954
352-583-5607 HONDA 1999 Odessey EX
TOYOTA 1998 TACOMA 83K mi, warr, exc cond,
Black, Pickup Auto 4 new brakes & tires,
l PRNi ck ut Must loaded $10,000/obo.
Sel D(813)4-4061 941-373-3935
Web #68275
TOYOTA 2002 TUNDRA W. b-- 27
29k mi, Gray Auto, 8Cy,
6 CD shell, loaded, CickRiuy
$18,000, mint cond c c '' '
Must Sell Cat Afford MERCURY 1997 VILLAGER
(813)951-2857 LS 7 pass, cold A/C, 2
TOYOTA 2003 Tundra tonegold/wht, tanlther,
Limited 4 WD 46,000 100K m. great cond.
miles, Black w/an inte- $4900 813-684-1002
rior.$20,500 PLYMOUTH 1996 Grand
813-355-6564 Voyager SE, pwr every-
Toyota 2004 Tundra AC, thing, TV VCP, 4 capt
CD, Bedliner, Tinted seats alloys wheels.
Windows take overay- $3900bo. 941-447-2983
ments $14,710.69 Ba VW 2003 EUROVAN GLS,
ance Call 813-838-1183 silver 204HP24vVR6,
69k all hwy mi, roof rack,
3 Trucks- I x-cond, C,pw,trlr,tow
630 eu kuty NADA 20,200, Sell
| Heavy Duty 1$8KRyan 813-654-6381
DODGE 1989 Box truck Web #92411
with 1995 diesel engine. A9 F, n
5-spd, Ig box. Exc int, kLhick&Buy
body &tires.xRunscgreat! ..... ..- .
$5,500.813-681- I87 rt Utility
Dodge 2000 Ram 1500, 632 S1 utility
Cfub Cab, 4-WD, auto, Vehicles
green, loaded, all power,BMW 2002 X5 S ,00 mi,
exc. cond! Veryclean! BM 20 5 0
$9400. (813)653-1754 Silver, Sports UtiFty,Au-
to, AWD, 6 Cyl. $25000,
FORD 1992 F450 109k Flawless (863) 860-1824
miles, diesel, auto, flat
bed nice work truck. Chevrolet 2003 Suburban
$7000 obo. Z71,4 WD, loaded,
813-629-7104 heated seats, OnStar,
sunroof, too much to
FORD 1997 F150 XLT, Su- list! Perfect Condition.
der Cab, Auto, Cold AC, Underfact.warr.34K mi.
Loaded, Runs & Looks $22,900.863-258-3910.
Gt,406813-59-6033 CHEVY 1995 Blazer Own-
er leave town, Great
D$ condition. A/C, Power
Window. 158,000 miles,
Low Price. 561-670-6466
sTO SELL CHEVY 2000 Tahoe LS,
L loaded, Exc Cond
TRUCKS 1989 FORD 1 Possible Trade? $12,800
ton, flat bed, $4500.1985 Call for more info
International flat bed 2 813-215-6536
ton $4500.42 foot lo-boy CHEVY 2003 Avalanche
hydraulic ramp $9000. Fully loaded, w/Z66
1995 Chev4X4Pick-up package. $23,000
$4000. 1989 Dodge van 813-926-6381
5 passanger $2100.
DUETZ Tractor 65 HP
$4500.813-737-3866. CHEVY 2004 AVALANCHE
S Whee Z66 Dark Blue Metallic,
I all options 31k mi,
630B Drive $ 2 4 9 0 /obo .
I 863-559-7454
JEEP 1994 WRANGLER, Dodge 1999 Durango SLT,
33" tires, 3" lift, 2 tops, Silver, all pwr, new A/C
6cyl with AC, 5spd, over trans, brakes & tires, well
$15K invested, $8,500 maint, seats 7.$6,900
Obo. (727) 595-5737 OBO. Call 813-920-8097
Web #71195 SELLING YOUR CAMPER?
f tPlace an ad in class 562
\CK BLV and see how many buy-
ers pop up


Brandon 845 E. Bloomingdale Ave.
Brandon -901W. Brandon Blvd.
L3nd I' LalWe,- '213 collier N.wvv
Lijl -I l]7,I Ij Dale Mabry Hwyv
Plant City 102 Henro Ave
Plant City 2313 Thonotosatsa Rd


632 I Sport Utility
,,z | Vehicles

DODGE 2002 DURANGO
SLS package Sand Mist,
Auto 2 WD 8 Cyl.
$12,500 Great Value
(813)477-8616
FORD 1997 Explorer
Limited, exc. cond. fully
loaded, 125K mi. asking
$5100 813-787-7057

FORD 1999 Expedition, E.
Bauer 4x4 loaded Lthr,
119K, Newrans&Tires,
Well Maint, Exc Cnd
$8950 813-960-9729
FORD 1999 EXPLORER 2
door Sport, tint, dual
exhaust, CD player, Dark
Green, well maintained.
$3,900.813-960-4402
FORD 2002 EXPLORER 4x4
60k mi, Auto, V6, rear
a/c, fog lights, running
boards, perfect cond.,
$15,200 (813) 546-5808
FORD 2003 EXPEDITION,
Eddie Bauer, 4x4, V8,
Ithr, sunroof, 3rd seat,
CD Wht/ran, Mintcond.
$17,900.813-477-4673
FORD 2003 Expedition
Eddie Bauer Loaded, like
new, DVD, 6 disc in dash
CD, Ithr, power 3rd row.
$17,850 727-517-6996
FORD 2003 EXPLORER EB,
red 4WD 74K, 1 owner,
well maintained, all the
extras, new tires,
$15,500.813-546-1437
FORD 2004 Explorer XLT
4x4 V6, 7 pass, 4dr, Au-
to BIk, Tan Int, FM 6CD
Chgr, 28K, Clean $17,800
obo 352-428-2777
GMC 1997 Yukon SLT,
Leather, dual A/C,
am/fm/CD, and much
more. 112K miles $5900
obo. 1-(214) 929-4893
GMC 1999 Jimmy SLE,
Orig owner, 147K mi.
new tires, tune-up, well
maint., comply. records,
$3900.813-340-3405
HUMMER 2005 H2 SUT
4drautoblk/ebony
loaded w/options ex
cond asking $46,000
20,000 mi. 813-389-9851
ISUZU 1993 Trooper,
4WD, new paint, clean,
full power, cold AC, runs
great must see! $3400
813-989-9763 eves
ISUZU 1996 TROOPER
LIMITED, loaded, excel-
lent condition, very
clean, 207K miles,
$4,450.813-920-0933
Web#114084


JEEP 1993 Wrangler
Conv't. black 6 cyl AC,
4x4,5spd.59Kmi.$3900.
941-650-0808

JEEP 1997 Wrangler 104K
mi, 5 spd, 6 cyl, bikini
to A 4WD. $5,800
813-681-6165

Jeep 1998 Cherokee, 4
door, Power locks,
cruise,90K $4200.
Call (813) 886-8167
or(813) 545-5788.
JEEP 1998 GRAND
CHEROKEE 59,000 mi,
White, Auto, 2 WD. 6
Cyl, Excellei condition
$6500 (813) 293-7154
JEEP 1999 GRAND CHERO-
KEE LAREDO, 93K mi,
great starter car, music
sell quickly. Won't last!
$8300.813-943-6719
JEEP 2000 CHEROKEE
Auto, 59K miles, 2WD,
immaculate inside &
out. Grey, dark grey.
$8300.813-361-7230
CLASSIFIED
IS CONVENIENT


Tampa-7319 W. Waters Ave.
Tampa -12105 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa- 7717 W. Hillsborough Ave.
Tampa 614 S. Howard Ave.
Tampa -1155 S. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa- 3642 Gandy Blvd.
Tampa 8416 N. Armenia Ave.
Tampa 5501 N. Armenia Ave.
Tampa -14444 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa -13182 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
T3mp, l.-'ii". Anriier- ri Pd
T.mpa 13610 B1ru:e B [:,wrii Blvd.
Tampa l90fil Bruce B Dca'ns Blvd
Tampa 25" Buich Blvd


632Sport Utility

JEEP 2004 LIBERTY 48K,
Blue, Auto, 2WD 6Cyl.
$12,995 Must Sell, Ec.
Cond. (813)265-2802
LEXUS 2001 RX 300 AWD
Pearl white, tan Ithr,
wood, loaded, htd seats,
new tires, gorgeous!
Bought new enz, must
sell this wk. $19,800obo
813-431-1485 Many pics
trike.tv/rx
LEXUS 2003 GX470, auto,
sunroof, fully loaded,
Navigation, 44K, Tan
Ithr, Mint cond. $33,900.
Brandon area.
813-215-2685
LINCOLN 2000 NAVIGA-
TOR 52K Black/Tan Auto
2WD 8Cyl $14,995 Exc
Cond. Must Go. Low
Miles (813) 265-2802
MERCEDEZ BENZ 2003
ML350, 24K mi.,
Showroom Cond., Black,
Tan Ithr, loaded, all srvc
9 .aoers, garage kept.
3aK. Bob (813e300-5e08
NISSAN 1998 Pathfinder
LE excellent condition,
real cold air, fully load-
ed, never wrecked.
$8500.813-541-8323.
You just can't Top a Con-
vertible! Turn to Classi-
fied when shopping for
another Auto!
NISSAN 2005 MURANO SL
10K miles, burgundy,
fully loaded. $25,000
813-892-7427
NISSAN 2005 PATHFIND-
ER, 2 WD, granite/beige
Ithr, 5k mi, tow pkg, like
new cond, $27k.
813-948-0096
TOYOTA 1992 RUNNER
4x4, V6, new engine, 58k
mi, sunroof, custom
aint, wheels & tires.
$6500.352-344-3581
TOYOTA 2001 SEQUIOA
SR5, rear air, 3rd row
seat, keyless, all power,
CD, excellent condition,
$19,000.813-786-4051
TOYOTA 2002 4Runner
4WD sport edition, Ithr,
Black, exc cond, 72k mi,
below book. $17,750.
813-541-4733
TOYOTA 2002 Forerunner
Limited Edition Has ev-
erything. Excellent Con-
dition $26,000
863-644-5094
CLASSIFIED
IS ACCESSIBLE
TOYOTA 2002 RAV4
4 wheel drive excellent
condition 33K miles, sil-
ver Lpackage, $15,250.
813-741-3376
| 635 | Motorcycles |
BMW 2004 K1200 GT Darkl.
blue, 11,500 miles, ga-
raged, extra clean, moto
lights. $12,995.
813-240-5479
DECAR 2004 200cc, new
on/off road, 4 stroke, 5
spd, E-start, 60 MPH +,
must sell. $1850.
813-508-1299/289-0033
Harley Davidson 1977 FXE
Shovelhead, runs good,
needs cosmetics. $5500
obo. 813-760.2656
HARLEY 1990 883 Sports
ter very good condition,
8600 original miles. cus-
tom parts. $3.000.
81 767 0562
Harley Davidson 1995
Springer, too much to
st. Nice! Under 20k
miles $13,500.
813-781-0607.
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1999
Trike 1340 cc, 3100k,
screaming eagle
exhaust kit, $15,000
863-385-7480


1635 | Motorcycles I
HARLEY 2003 ELECTRA
Glide FLHT-1100th Anni-
versary edition. Like
new Less than 8,500
miles. 1450 CC V-twin
power. Black with ex-
tras. $14,500 firm.
Patrick 813-476-6805
813-476-6805
HARLEY 2005 SPORTSTER
883 XL Low. Black, 409
miles, SE pipes. Brand
New Bike!!r$8,000
(813)852-2642
HD 2005 FLSTNI, Softtail
deluxe, pearl white &
blue. 1150 miles, $5K ac-
cess. SE pipes, chrome
frontend. etc. etc. Must
See! Financing Avail.
$19,900 (863) 287-4444/
(863) 967-6720
HONDA 2003 SHADOW
750 ACE orange, jet kit,
vance hines pipes, 2400
mi.$4900 (813) 310-7459

KAWASAKI 1999 KX60
Dirt Bike, completely
rebuilt $1000
813-453-4213

KAWASAKI 2003 Mean
Streak 1500cc, Red,
pipes, wdshield, power
commander flawless.
$7,000 813-625-2416
SUZUKI 2000 DS 80 DIRT-
BIKE New Condition,
Matching Helmet $1000
Firm. CaIl Tommy (813)
918-1620
TRIUMPH 2005 Rocket III,
2300 cc, black beauty,
LOADED, sat radio, htd
grips, gel seats, wndshid,
bags cruise, 2100 mi.
over$23K invested, only
$14,500 813-924-9444
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc.813-628-4797
THROTTLE FACTORY
YAMAHA 1993 Virago
7630 miles, black w/
custom Jardine pipes,
drag bar, signals & sad-
dle ags. Mintcond.
$4500.813-714-3006
YAMAHA 2003 R1, Black,
4800 miles, Very Clean,
ScottsSteering Damper,
520 Chain Kit, Many Ex-
tras $6,800 813-263-9655
YAMAHA 2006 black, yzf
600r with 1500 miles,
lowered, female ridden,
won't last long call tom,
$5500 obo (813)
689-0991
1636 Golf Carts

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
| 6371ATVs I
2005 ATV
110cc 3spd + reverse, Ig
tires.4 wheel brakes,
elec start., iShat drive.
$1095 352-854.7279
Kawasaki 2002 360 4
Wheeler Good Condition
$3500 obo
813-752-4409

| I 11 Vehicles
640 Wanted

FASTCASH
FOR
CARS
Any Year Make& Model
24 hrs. Call (813)486-5125
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CASH PAID For Cars
Running or Not! We'll
come pick it up!
Paying a little bit more!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535
You can unload your
washer with an ad in ap-
pliances, class 416.


Tampa -14936 N. Florida Ave.
Tampa 2115 Hillsborough Ave., Unit B
Tampa- 9309 N. 56th St.
Tampa -16033 Tampa Palms Blvd., Suite 33
Valrico 2016 E. S.R. 60
Valrico 3307 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.
Seffner 806 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Wesley Chapel 5450 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
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640jVehicles
640 Wanted

Clean your yard.
WE PAY $$$
FOR JUNK CARS
Call 727-364-5125
WE BUY CARS Trucks
Rv's. Real Top $$$, CASH
Today! Any Condition.
Free Removal 24 hrs.
Call Alex 813-770-2720
Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
CHEVY 1934 Roadster, Kit
Car, 383 Pol Tune port,
700 R4, needs comp.
$25K invested $17,500 or
trade Car Truck or RV.
727-863-1699
COUGAR 1970 XR-7 Elimi-
nator clone, all orip
Tampa car never left
Bay area. 85% restored.
Serious inquiries only.
$13.5Kobo 813-625-1705
FERRARI KIT CAR Pisa
XTC Ferrari kit car
w/1986 Fiero
frame/motor. Great
condition. $10,900 obo.
(813)629-7429
FORD 1923 BUCKET-T
Custom Built Show Car
as seen in Street Scene,
Cruise News and Streef
Rider Magazine. Lots of
Best of Show Trophies.
Also car hauler trailer
included. Everything
you need to go to shows
with. Too many extras to
list. $25K. 813-681-6302
or 813-340-7983
FORD 1966 FALCON 4dr,
6cyl, AT. New tires
brakes and carb. Clean
int. $995 Before 8pmr
(813)495-8822
MERCURY 1971 Marquis
Brougham, body very
good, 429 engine runs
ine, 83k miles, $3000.
813-766-3896
OLDSMOBILE 1971 Cut-
lass Convert, New top,
red w/pearl int, 350 eng,
trans seats, carpet, ex-
haust, eng-all updated.
$13K813-249-8778
Web #81078


Ron's Auto Restoration
1929-2000, Full & Partial
Rust repair & complete
paint. 727-533-8970

TRIUMPH 1980 TR8 lots
of new parts, partially
restored, runs &drives.
Best offer. 813-685-5958,
684-3475.
648 Station
648 Wagons

Mitsubishi 1993 Diamante
White New Transmis-
sion, kuns Great 150k
mi, power, auto, sun
roof 2400 813-431-2028
649 Automobiles

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
ACURA 1991 LEGEND
142,000 mi, White, New
Alpine headunit, bose
speakers, Auto., 2 WD,
$1,700 (610)767-1570
ACURA 1991 LEGEND L,
gold, 1 owner 105K mi,
all power, leather sun-
roof great condition,
$3,500.813-717-7922
BMW 1998 740i, silver/sil-
ver, excellent condition
super maintained, 95K
miles, wholesale price
$11,560.813-924-9444
BMW 1999 528i Slvr, Non-
Smoker Auto V6 Lthr
Sunrf, Pwr Win/Seats,
Looks & Runs Like New!
$12,995obo 813-766-2582
BMW 2001 3251 44K mi
Metallic Blue 4D Sedan,
Tan Lthr Auto Ex Cond
$18,900,after5orlvmsg
813)389-2957
BMW 2002 325i premium
package, sun roof, ex-
cellent condition, war-
ranty transferable, 49k
mi. $18.5k 813-831-9910
BMW 2003 Z4 2.5,5 speed,
27,000 miles, Sport, Pre-
mium, Convenience
pkgs, BMW Certified.
100K mi Warranty, 100K
mi Free Maintenance.
Excellent Condition.
$28,000 727-460-1794
CADILLAC 1995 STS
1 ownr, 32 Valve Norths-
tar, loadedalways deal-
er svcd, 90k, exc cond
$6,100(7127)k595-5737
Web #58227



Chevy 1996 Corsica 68k
mi runs good, clean,
$2000. 813-760-6519 or
727-576-0141

CHEVY 1999 Camaro SS,
Black, T-Tops, 6 Speed,
All Pwr, Flow Master Ex.
haust. 76.300 mi.$13,500
obo 813 267-6018
CHEVY 2001 Cavalier
Sport 2dr. Super Clean.
Economic. Tint, Alarm
Power Wins. Cold AC
54500 firm 813-334-4016
CLASSIFIED WORKS


J49 Automobiles
64 For Sale

CHEVY 2004 Corvette
5900 miles, red, immac-
ulate shape $36,100.
813-293-2040.

CHRYSLER TOWN &
COUNTRY 2000 LXI Tan
Leather/Loaded. Excel-
lent cond. 81k Navy BI,
Auto.,2 2WD 6Cyl. $8,500
(813)727-1244
Chrysler 2004 Sebring
Convt, Touring edition,
silver w/blk top, Load-
ed 29K mi.,$13,800 obo.
Moving! 941-685-2731
CORVETTE 2005 new
cherry red met. Naviga-
tion on-star XM radio
and more. 6k mi., $49k
obo. 813-259-1195.
Web #78852


DODGE 2001 Intrepid SE, 4
door, 85k mi, cold AC,
fully loaded, exc cond,
private owner. $5900
obo.813-264-5610.
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or RV to help children
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thanks you. Please call
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Donate A Car Today To
Help Children And Their
Families Suffering From
Cancer. Free Towing.
Tax Deductible. Chlq-
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www.ccfoa.org
1-800-469-8593
FORD 1990 PROBE GL V6
Black hatchback, auto,
AM/FM, 132,998 mi., pwr
locks. Asking $989.
Call 813-972-5174
FORD 1994 Mustang 5.0
V8, Convert, Auto, 77K
orig. mi. Exc. Cond. Car-
fax Cert. Beautiful! BIk,
$6800 obo 813-677-2212
Web #66190



FORD 1997 Mustang GT
convertible V8, 5spd
85K miles, white, gread
shape, well cared for.
$9300.813-817-2499
FORD 2000 Taurus SES
68K mi, Exc Cond.
Fully loaded, Must SELL!
$5,200 obo under whose
ale! 813-454-5170
FORD 2001 Escort ZX2,
2 dr, Auto A/C, CD,
w/spoiler, Brand new
tires, 72k mi, $5400
727-946-5626
FORD 2002 MUSTANG
Convertible, Pony
Edition excellent condi-
tion, 55K miles $13,750.
Tampa 407-592-2285
Web #96304


FORD 2005 MUSTANG
Sonic Blue, 17K mi,
$16,900. Call Jason
813-494-7789

HONDA 1988 CRX runs.
$600 813-737-3539

Honda 1993 Accord, $800
MustSell! For listing:
800-749-8167,
ext. C752

HONDA 1994 ACCORD EX,
auto, sunroof, new tires
hitch cold A/C well
main.,VTECH 143K mi.
$3,200'813-966-7926
HONDA 1998 CIVIC 87K
mi, Green, Coupe, 5
Speed, 2 WD $4,500, Su-
per Buy! Paint peeling
on hood, otherwise
good condition. One
owner female driver.
(727) 215-3286
HONDA 1998 EX 120,000
mi Green, Coupe Auto.,
2 WD, 6 Cyl. $5,900,
Great Value
(813) 434-7280
HONDA 2000 Accord LX,
under factory warranty
auto, VTEC V6, well
maint. 96K mi. $8100
obo. 813-926-6317
HONDA 2000 CIVIC LX
Physician driven hwy
mi. Good condition,
$5,000.813-957-3112

HONDA 2002 Accord, sil-
ver like new! Must see!
tinted windows, auto, all
power, sunrf & more.
92k, mostly hwy. Must
sell Moving! $9900 obo.
813-766-3773
HONDA 2004 ACCORD EXL
only 14K, V6, auto, 6 CD,
XM radio, leather, sun-
roof, loaded immac!
$21700obo 727-773-8511
Web #126163



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HONDA2005 CIVIC EX4dr.
17K miles, Black/grey,
auto, alloys, sunroof
cruise abs, CD must
sell, $15,900 OB6 (813)
416-0297
90 HONDA ACCORD EX
POLICE IMPOUND! Only
$950! For listings Call
1-800-749-8116, Ext.
5932
93 HONDA ACCORD Only
$800! Police Impounds!
For Listings Call
1-800-749-8116, Ext.
C472
INFINITI 1998 Q45
73K miles, excellent
condition, white with
beige interior, $9,900.
813-996-1715
Infiniti 1999 130, auto,
Bose sys., sunroof, Ithr,
PD PW P/seats, side
airbaqs, Exc cond.
$6995.813-766-2582

Infiniti 1999 Q45T
Pearl white, 75, all
options clean. $13,300.
Call (813) 495-7382.
INFINITI 2003 G35 COUPE,
Silver, 23k mi. Auto,
All upgrades. Warr,
Tiptronic, Bose.
$28,999 obo. 813-961-9745
INFINITI 2004 FX35, 1 of
the few black opsidian
w/brick int. Fully
loaded, tech pkg. naviga-
tion sys. rear camera,
sunrf. Sirius radio &
more. 4 yr 60k mi full
Coverage & 6 yr 70k mi
pwrtrane wrnty. Prestige
coating covers paint,
Ithr & carpet. Transfer.
wrnty. 13K mi. Absolutely
perfect cond! $34,000
obo.816-868-1758
JAGUAR 2003 XType 2.5,
38k mi, pwr package,
great condition new
tires, BIck w/Blck Ithr.
$16,999.727-744-2800
JAGUAR 2004 XJ8 Black
exterior, Navigation
system All power,
42,000 miles, $39,000
obo 813-267-6018
Lexus 1998 GS300, white,
spoiler, tinted windows,
garage kept, perfect
cond! 88k miles. $14,995.
813-787-3722/ 789-8008.
+ LEXUS 1999 RX300 Fully
loaded, exc. cond., looks
like new 99K mi. Must
sell. $15,500. *
Call 813-956-6157
LEXUS 2003 SC430 Road-
ster, navigationchrome
whis. Fac warr, List new
$65,800; offered at
$44,000.813-220-5204
LINCOLN 1999 TownCar,
Exc. Cond. Exec. series,
full power, 51k, one
owner, garage kept,
roof & chrome pkgs, o-
nus 43" Sony T.V. & 35"
RCA T.V. included. First
$10,500 takes all. Princi-
ples only. 813-234-1610
LINCOLN 2003 LS, SEMA
Showcar, built by RD
Customs 19k details at
rickdorekustoms.com
or 941-378-2535 $60k.
MAZDA 1987 RX7 GXO &
1988 GTU, 5 spd, rims &
exhausts, some mods, 1
runs, 1 needs TLC. Both
$1600 obo 813-843-4595
Mazda 1993 MX6 green,
auto, AC, good cond.
$3500 obo 813-239-7980

MAZDA 1994 MX6- 5 spd
over $2k invested, new
parts incl., new clutch/
trans. w/warr's, receipts.
$1900.813.325.1015
MAZDA 2001 626 LX, 4
door, private owner, 48k
mi, cold air, fully loaded,
exc cond. $6900.
727-637-3119.
Mercedes 1997 SL500,
Convertible. Cham-
paign, great condition.
&2K m, $25,000.
(919) 967-1547
MERCEDES 1998 SLK 230
fully loaded. $16,500.
813-244-3596

MERCEDES 2003 S600
AMG sport pkg, 29K mi,
keyless go, phone, navi-
gation, CD factory war-
ranty AC/heated seats,
wood steering, every
option avail. Pristine
cond! The best of the
best! Only $69,900.
727-647-2177
Mercedes 2004 E55E55
AMG 8K mi, new
loaded Pewter (BluBk
$73,825) $69,800/Trade.
407-592-7245/353-3900.
MERCEDES 2005 320CLK
Coupe, Pewter, Char-
coal Leather, 15K
$37,500 Carrollwood
813-935-5596* 240-2707
MERCEDES 2005 C230
Sport pkg, 12K, Ithr,
sunrf, auto, CD, 1 owner,
- mint cond. Non Smoker.
$27,900. Brandon area.
813-215-2685
MERCEDES 2005 E320 CDI
Dsl, 28 mi city/34 hwy,
fawn w/blk in. 7k miles.
Htd seats 6CD disc chgr.
$47,500 (863) 712-7800
MERCURY 2000 SABLE, LS
70k mi, GId, Auto, 6 Cyl,
Idd, Mach 3 snd sys, Ithr
int, all pwr, new brakes.
Looks/runs Great! $5995
obo (727)267-6306
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S649 1Automobiles
For Sale
MERCURY 2003 Grand
Marquis, 32,000 miles,
like new. Loaded,
$13,000.813-935-9119
Mitsubishi 2002-2003
Eclipse GT Ithr Infinity
sound syst, dual tronics,
ps pw,pl,pwrsunrf, low
miles, Exc Cond $11,900
813-837-6623
NISSAN 1992 300ZX Orig
owner, 82K, auto, 2 seat-
er t-top, pwr, mint cond.
White w/tan Ithr. Tint.
$7,995 813-855-6044
NISSAN 1992 Maxima,
White 170K, needs Ra-
dio, Fair Cond.
$1,800as is,
813-908-5829 Lv Msg
NISSAN 1997 Altima GXE,
124k miles, very clean,
icy AC, alarms stem
$3100.813-806-4455

NISSAN 2000 Altima, 94K
miles, Black, Auto, All
Orig. owner,
77458-8024 $5500

NISSAN 2004 350Z Conv.
Touring Edition, Loaded,
Low Mi. Must See!
Perfect Condition.
$28,000 813-961-2864
PONTIAC 1995 Grand Prix
Red, PW, new tires &
new A/C & new auto
transmission. $20000obo
813-653-1753
PONTIAC 1999 MONTANA
145,000 mi, Red, Auto, 6
Cyl.,7 Seats, LoadedSu-
Per Bu, $4,200 (813)

PORCHE 2006 911 COUPE-
6 spd, silver on silver,
less than 1000 mi, looks
brand new. MSRP $82K.
Sell $73K. 813.679.0407
SAAB 1991 900S, 4 cyl,
139k, auto, A/C, pw, pdl,
moonroof leather
Apline deck, only 1850.
813-598-4251
SATURN 2003 LW300 V6
wagon, 95k hwy mi au-
to, pw, pl excellent,
leather, hitch, $9000
352-588-9774
TOYOTA 1974 Celica GT
too many new parts to
list, $1100 obo, call for
more info 813-728-9448
after 7pm
Toyota 1992 Tercel DX au-
tomatic, new AC, cruise
control, 48k orig miles,
exc cond $3495. Clean
history. 813-299-9829
TOYOTA 1995 CAMRY,
green, auto, V6, 112K,
power windows CD,
cruise, Good condition.
$3600obo 813-957-3842
TOYOTA 1998 Camry 81K
mi, $6499 & Toyota'02
Camry, 52K mi, V6,
$13,995 loaded ABS brks
keyless 813-504-2321
TOYOTA 2001 Corolla,
4dr, auto, AC, 51k mi,
very clean, new tires
priced to sell. $7995
813-654-4980
TOYOTA 2001 SOLAR
SLE CONV'T. V6, low mi
$20 ,000 all opts, mint,
red w/blk top, 70yr old
fern owner352-357-7885
TOYOTA2003 Avalon XLS,
V6, exc cond, one owner,
43,400 miles, remium
luxury pkincllthr pwr
seats ABS, JBL sound
system, front & side air
bags gorgeous white
pearl paint, $18,400.
813-907-7925

Toyota 2004 Matrix, 5spd,
PW, PDL, 12K miles,
Original Owner,
$13,995/offer.
813-237-6368
VOLVO 1996 850, dark
green, tan leather, sun-
roof, approx 122K miles
mechanically sound,
$3500 obo, 813-962-6629
VOLVO C70 2001 $15,000
loaded 57k, manuel
trans, all power, custom
suede/leather int. 1
owner. 813-672-4802
Web #106770



VW 2001/2 PASSAT GLX
V6 5spd, gold, leather,
XM radio, 6-disc chngr
79k, very clean, ex cond
$14,900813-781-0217
VW 2003 Beetle Convt.
GLS Must sell! Fully
loaded, CD, leather, au-
to, 35K mi. $16,995.
813-205-8346
VW 2003 BEETLE GLS Tur-
bo Diesel 53,800 ml, Sil-
ver, Auto., Exc. Cond.
$15,100 (813) 760-6345

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