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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE



THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2006CO SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2006 +*SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


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New exhibit features
photos of couples
like Frank and BetTy
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PAGE 1I


Inside the Police
Department's Citi:. n
Police Academy.
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PROFILE


Learn more about the
Rev.Jim Rodriguez
PAGE 16

INDEX

CALENDAR I
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CROSSWORD
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2006 DAVE BUYENS. All rights reserved
After the public speaking, swimsuit and evening gown competitions, a question-and-answer period
helped judges select Hannah Renee Hodge, sponsored by Sisters and Co., to be the 2006 Strawberry
Queen. The event, held at Tomlin Middle School Feb. 4.. is sponsored by the Plant City Lions Club and
the Florida Strawberry Festival Association. More photos, pages 14, 15.


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HODGE WINS STRAWBERtY-
FESTIVAL QUEEN TITLE
Staff Report
For a few seconds, the -wild
applause and cheers drained away
and you could have heard a hairpin
drop.
Ashley Watkins, the 2005 Straw-
berry Festival Queen, walked slowly
behind the five finalists, crown
raised, about to place it on the head
of her successor.
And then, as she felt the crown
settle on her head, Hannah Hodge,
felt her jaw drop.
"This is beyond my wildest
dreams," Hodge said.
Still adjusting her tiara only a few
minutes after she was named the
200(: Florida Strawberry Festival
Queen, Hodge said it would take a
while before she could believe she
had won. "I could not have imag-
ined this."
It was the second crown in a year
for Hodge, 17. She won the Calendar
Girl contest at Durant High School
N-v. 5.
She plans to attend the University
of south Florida and major in com-
munications. Hodge is the daughter
iot Mallory and Brigitte Hodge. She is
involved in the FFA, the National
Honor Society and student
government.
Ilene Chavez took first maid
honors at the pageant, which drew a
standing-room-only crowd of more
than 1,500 to the auditorium at
Tomlin Middle School Feb. 4.
"My heart was racing the whole
time," Chavez said. "Itwas an amaz-
ing experience." She is a freshman at
Hillsborough Community College
with plans to major in criminal jus-
tice and minor in accounting.
Chavez is the daughter of Felipe and
Inez Chavez.
The other members of Hodge's
court are:


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FLAGS FLEW OVER

CAMP PHOENIX
BySHERRI LONON
slonon@mediageneral.com
National Guardsmen Sgt.
1st Class James Tournade
wanted to do something
special for his three daughters
back home in Plant City while
he serves in Afghanistan.
When the opportunity arose
for Tournade to honor his
children by honoring the
schools that have helped them
and his wife, Lynn, endure his
absence, he acted.
To show his appreciation,
Lynn said, James purchased
three flags to have flown over
Camp Phoenix on Sept. 11,
2005, during a special flag-
raising ceremony. Tournade is
stationed at the Kabul camp
while helping train Afghan
military personnel.
The flags, along with photo-
graphs of the ceremony and
certificates of honor, were
then delivered to Lynn to be
presented to their daughters'
schools. Before making the
presentations, though, Lynn
and her children created
special shadowboxes so the
flags, pictures and individual
certificates could be neatly
displayed together at each
individual school.
"We've always been very
active in the schools and
appreciate everything they've
done," said Lynn.
The Tournades' three
daughters, Chelsea, 15, Alli-
son, 11, and Emily, 8, attend
Tampa Bay Technical High
School, Marhsall Middle


SHERRI LONONSitaffphoin
Lynn Tournade, left, stands with her daughter Allison and Josie Sanders, principal of Marshall
Middle School. Tournade's husband, James, recently sent a flag that flew over his base in Afgha-
nistan to the school.


School and Knights Griffin
Elementary respectively.
Marshall was the first school
to receive its flag. The presen-
tation came during a recent
faculty meeting.
"We were just over-
whelmed," said Principal Josie
Sanders. "We're honored for


him to think of Marshall as an
extended family for his wife
and children."
Assigned to the 53rd Infan-
try Brigade, James has been
gone since last March and
isn't due home until later this
summer. When he returns to
Plant City, Lynn said James


will be stationed in Pinellas
Park. The family attends
Hopewell Baptist Church.
Daughter Allison said she
very much misses her father.
What she misses most: "The
parks and the bike rides. Now
that he's been gone, our bikes
are rusted."


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PLANT CITY

DIGEST

Black Heritage
Festival on tap
Organizers have sched-
uled Feb. 9-12 for the ban-
quet, midway, vendors,
talent and dance show,
parade, concert and gospel
showcase highlighting the
Plant City Black Heritage
Festival.
The banquet is sched-
uled for Feb. 9 at 6:30 p.m.
at the Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Recreation Center,
1601 E. MLK Boulevard.
Cost is $20. Guest speaker
will be Selwyn Carter, who
is a political campaign
director for the AFL-CIO.
Other events scheduled
include:
*Feb. 10: A talent show
and dance with a $4 cover
charge.
Feb. 11: A parade along
MLK Boulevard from
Waller Street to the recrea-
tion center will start at 1
p.m. A black heritage
showcase will start at 2,
and a concert at 8. The
concert will feature singer/
song writer Mehrone. Cost
is $15.
Feb. 12: Midway and
vendors will be open at
noon, with a gospel show-
case scheduled for 4 p.m.
Tickets can be pur-
chased at the recreation
center or the Westside
Boys & Girls Club, 901 S.
Waller St.
Call: Dorothy Smith,
754-3141, or Dee Sears,
(863) 868-3576.

Softball officials eager
for Olympic vote
Officials at the
International Softball
Federation headquarters
in Plant City are hopeful
that a vote to return soft-
ball as a competing Olym-
pic sport will take place
this week in Torino, Italy.
Last summer, women's
softball was taken off the
program of the 2012
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be contested in London. As a
result, the softball federation
officials immediately began to
seek reconsideration, said ISF
spokesman Bruce Wawrzy-
niak.
"While softball remains on
the list of Olympic sports,"
Wawrzyniak said, "the vote
last year prevents over 120
softball federations around
the globe from participating in
the Games. We hope that a
vote can be taken this week to
reverse that decision."
Don Porter, the ISF presi-
dent, will attend the
International Olympic Com-
mittee session in Italy. He will
be accompanied by the
federation representative
from China and the executive
vice president of Olympic
softball, Low Beng Choo of
Malaysia, the federation
deputy secretary general, and
federation vice president of
Europe, Jelena Tomic Cusak
of Croatia

Teen, Kid's Night
Out events planned
A Teen Night is planned for
ages 12 to 15 Feb. 11 from 7 to
11 p.m. at the Planteen Recre-
ation Center, 301 N. Dort St.
The evening includes music
and food and a middle school
ID is required.
A live on-site DJ will take
requests at the event.
Information: www.plant
citygov.com/rec and click on
the teen link or contact Steve
Rossiter at srossiter@plantcit-
ygov.com or 659-4200, Ext.
4311.
A Kid's Night Out with crafts
and food for elementary
school students ages 5 to 12 is
planned for Feb. 11 from 6 to 9
p.m. at the Planteen Center.
Information: www.plant
citygov.com/rec and click the
Kid's Night Out link, or con-
tact Deborah Haldane at dhal-
dane@plantcitygov.com or
757-9166.
Admission to both events is
$5 and covers pizza and soda
while they last.

Little Miss Plant City sign-ups
The 2006 Little Miss Plant
City Contest will be April 1 at 6
p.m. at Plant City High School,
1 Raider Place. Registration is
taking place at My Girlfriends
Place and Berry Patch Kids,
201 S. Collins St., until Feb. 23
or until the contest has
reached 40 entries.
Candidates must show
proof of residency such as an
electric bill or parent's driver's
license. No former Little Miss
Plant City queen or court
members are eligible to com-
pete.
A mandatory workshop is
also planned at the Plant City
Woman's Club, 1110 N.
Wheeler St., Feb. 23 at 6:30
p.m.
Girls must be 8 to 10 years
old on or before Feb. 4 to par-
ticipate. The application fee is


$45 and includes entry fee and
a T-shirt.
The boundaries for partici-
pation are:
North- from the exten-
sion of McIntosh Road to the
Pasco County line and then
over to the Polk County line.
+ East from the Polk
County line to State Road 672.
South from State Road
672 to Balm-Boyette Road.
*West from Balm-Boyette
Road to Boyette Road. The
east and then north on Boy-
ette Road to Lithia Pinecrest
Road. Northwest on Lithia
Pinecrest Road to the railroad
tracks. North on Railroad to
Alafia River. East on Alafia
River to Turkey Creek Road.
North on Turkey Creek Road
to State Road 60. West on U.S.
Highway 60 to South Dover
Road. North on South Dover
Road to Sydney Road. West on
Sydney Road to McIntosh.
North on McIntosh to Pasco
County line.
Call: Kathie Pagliaro, 967-
3292, or Katie Sparkman, 757-
2447.

Self-protection seminars
The Ophelia Project -
Tampa Bay plans self-
protection for girls and adults
Feb. 11 throughout Hills-
borough County. The Plant
City seminar is set for 11 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m. the Plant City
YMCA, 1507 YMCA Place.
The seminars will focus on
dating violence, self-
protection for women and
Internet safety.
Registration fees are $10 per
girl or $15 per adult/girl pair-
ing. Deadline for registration
is Feb. 9. For more
information, visit
www.opheliatampa.org or call
275-9622, Ext. 279.

Baby Parade sign-ups
Registration for the 2006
Baby Parade is continuing at
My Girlfriend's Place, 301 S.
Collins St. Each entry must be
made in person and accompa-
nied by a nonrefundable $20
entry fee.
Checks must be made pay-
able to the GFWC Plant City
Woman's Club. Contestants
must reside in eastern Hills-
borough County, east of U.S.
Highway 301, and proof of res-
idency (driver's license,
water/electric bill) is required
at registration. Entries are
limited to the first 50 children
in each of the following age
groups: 1-year-, 2-year, 3-
year- and 4-year-olds. The age
of your child on Jan. 31 is the
age category of the partici-
pant.
Rules for the parade can be
found on the Internet at
www.flstrawberryfestival
.com.
For information, call Katie
Sparkman at 757-2447.

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


SATURDAY
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 at the clubhouse, 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 Stadium
complex. Registration is at 8 a.m. and the
walk begins at 9. Call: 759-0886.

Fine arts auction
The American Ideals Foundation 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 art work can be viewed
at www.unityinplantcity.com.

Chili cook-off/chocolate festival
A chocolate festival is planned Feb. 11
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at McCall Park in
downtown Plant City in conjunction with
the Arts Council chili cook-off. Participants
are invited to bring their favorite chocolate
dishes. Categories include cake, candies/
novelties and cookies/brownies. There's a
$50 prize for each first-place winner.
Entrance fee: $15. Registration required.
Call: 754-4929.

Men's softball tournament
The Big Dawg Men's Slow Pitch Tourna-
ment is set for Feb. 11 at the Randy L.
Larson Four-Plex and Plant City Stadium.
Information: Brian Dodd, bdodd@plantcit-
ygov.com or 659-4200, Ext. 4302.

Daughters of the Confederacy
The Plant City Chapter 1931 of the
Daughters of the Confederacy will meet
Feb. 11 at 10 a.m. at the 1914 Plant City
High School Community Center, 605 N.
Collins St.
Sally Raburn will speak about the mean-
ings of the southern music of "God Save the
South," "Bonnie Blue Flag" and "Dixie."
Call: Carole 759-0078.

The Florida Opry
The Florida Opry will present the Bleu
Moon Bluegrass Band, the Three Plus One
Gospel Quartet and Mo Harrington & The
Manatee River Boys Feb. 11 at 7 p.m. at the
1914 Plant City High School Community
Center, North Evers and Herring streets.
Reserve seats are $12.50, call 752-4094.


SUNDAY
Sausage supper planned
Hope Lutheran Church, 2001 N. Park
Road, plans its 12th annual Whole Hog Sau-
sage Supper Feb. 12 from 11:30 a.m. to 5
p.m. The all-you-can-eat dinner will be
available as either dine in or take out. Cost:
$8 for adults, $5 for children under 12. No
reservations or advance tickets are
required. Call: 752-4622.


MONDAY
Blood drives
Florida Blood Services bloodmobiles will
be on site Feb. 13 at the following loca-
tions:
From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Meadows at
Countrywood Mobile Home Park, 145
Clove Court.
From 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. at Teco Energy/
Plant City Operations, 1308 Grant St. Call:
903-2600.


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Photo courtesy of Bruton Memorial Library

Library book sale
The Friends of the Bruton Memorial Library plan a bargain 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 at
the library, 302 McLendon St. Among those who will be helping with the sale are
Gene Brummitt, left, Freda Sallee and Emily Bender, all members of Friends Volun-
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'Messugah-nuns!'
Plant City Entertainment, in conjunction with Hillsborough Community College, will
present the musical comedy 'Messugah-nuns!' Feb. 10-11 and Feb. 17-18 at 8 p.m. and
Feb. 12 at 2 p.m. at Hillsborough Community College, Plant City campus, 1206 N.
Park Road. Helping stage the play are, front, from left, stage manager Tyler Hollis
and musical director Christy Jeck. In the back are Jennifer Jackson, Kim Mitchell,
Dodie White, John Harrer and April Smith. General admission tickets are $10 for
adults and $8 for students and seniors ages 55 and older. Call: Frances Hardee, 754-
4929.


TUESDAY
Woman's Club to meet
The Woman's Club of Plant City plan a
luncheon and business meeting Feb. 14 at
11 a.m. at 1110 N. Wheeler St. Guest speaker
will be Patsy Brooks, general manager of
the Strawberry Festival.

Alzheimer's support group to meet
The Florida Gulf Coast Chapter of the
Alzheimer's Association Support Group
will meet Feb. 14 at 2 p.m. at First Baptist
Church in the Singles Building, 503 N.
Palmer St.
Call: Linda, 754-3761, or Bill, 729-8392.


WEDNESDAY
Putnam's rep to meet constituents
A caseworker from the office of U.S. Rep.
Adam Putnam will be available to meet
with constituents of the 12th Congressional
District Feb. 15 from 9:30 to 10 a.m. at
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St.
Call: (863) 534-3530.

Children's theatre
Broadway performer Lori Holmes will
guest teach at the Plant City Children's
See CALENDAR, Page 21


CLUB CLIPS

Plant City Bar
Association
The Plant City Bar Associa-
tion meets the first Friday of
the month at noon at the
Ramada Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler
St. The group does not meet
for lunch in August or Decem-
ber, but holds a December
holiday party. Call: 866-1610,
Ext. 4127.

Alzheimer's
support group
An Alzheimer's support
group meets the second
Tuesday of each month at
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St. Call:
Linda Dunn, 754-3761.

Bereaved parents group
A bereaved parents group
meets the fourth Thursday of
each month at 7 p.m. at South
Florida Baptist Hospital's
community conference room,
301 N. Alexander St. Call: 754-
4444.

Diabetes support group
A diabetes support group
meets the first Tuesday of
each month from 5 to 6 p.m.
at South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St.
Call: 754-4444.

Epilepsy support group
An epilepsy support group
meets the second Tuesday of
each month from 10 to 11 a.m.
in the South Florida Baptist
Hospital conference room,
301 N. Alexander St. Call: 754-
4444.

Civil War unit
Step into the ranks of his-
tory as a Southern cannoneer
and join the Milton Light
Artillery, Co. A. Milton is a
Civil War re-enacting unit
based on an actual 1860s
Florida battery. Milton re-
enacts more than 15 battles a
year and includes civilian and
nursing impressions.
E-mail info@miltonartill-
ery.com or visit www.milt-
onartillery.com.

Square-dancing lessons
Square dances and square
dancing lessons are held on a
regular basis at Strawberry
Square, 4401 Boot Bay Road.
Information: 752 0491 or
www.floridadanceweb.com/
strawberry.

Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
The Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
meets the second Thursday
of the month at the Ramada
Inn at 6:30 p.m., 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Dinner buffet is
$15. Call: Linda McDonald,
757-0772.

Plant City High
Class of 1960
The Plant City High School
Class of 1960 meets the
second Friday of each month
at 9 a.m. at BuddyFreddys,
1101 Goldfinch Drive. Call:
Warren Wilson, 685-9401.

Strawberry Toastmasters
The Strawberry Toastmas-
'ters Club, the city's second
Toastmasters club, meets
every Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. in
the community room at
South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St.
Call: Kathie, 719-7668.








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love this old planet of ours. It is a squally day, with
the wind rustling through the trees and splattering
rain against the windowpanes. It reminds me of
England. I can't claim to be a globe-trotter. I've seen
a lot of North America, Europe and the Middle East,
but I've never been to Asia, South America or sub-
Saharan Africa.


But everywhere I've been,
I've found beauty, both man-
made and natural. For those of
you looking for a purpose, the
advice Edward Bok's mother
gave him would be a good start.
She told her son, a Dutch
immigrant who became a
pioneer magazine editor in
America, to leave the world
more beautiful than he found
it.
Bok followed his mother's
advice. As a gift to the Ameri-
can people, he built the Bok
Tower on a lovely ridge in Lake
Wales. It's free to visit, though
the foundation charges a small
parking fee. If you are ever near
Lake Wales, you should
definitely visit the tower, its
reflecting pools and its lovely
parklike surroundings. The
tower contains a carillon and
provides concerts at certain
times of the day.
While the desert has its own
beauty, I'm definitely preju-
diced in favor of trees. On the
road in Jordan from Aqaba to
Amman, I had the driver stop
so I could step off the narrow,
two-lane asphalt and stare into
the empty desert. It was the
same area that Lawrence of
Arabia had traveled with his


CHARLEY
REESE
Columnist


Arab warriors to attack Aqaba
from the rear in World War I.
There were no contrails, no
telephone or telegraph lines,
no towers, no human litter. It
was absolutely devoid of any
evidence of human existence. I
enjoyed that view and that
experience, but I wouldn't
want to'live there. I need trees
and other greenery.
We can all easily add to tife
world's beauty by planting
trees and flowers or making a
garden. As for man-made
beauty, we should practice
preservation. My favorite


cathedrals are St. Paul's in
London and Notre Dame in
Paris. Notre Dame, on an
island in the Seine, is the point
from which distances are
measured in France. Just across
the river is Shakespeare's Book
Store, virtually unchanged
since Ernie Hemingway, F.
Scott Fitzgerald, Ezra Pound
and Gertrude Stein were
frequent customers.
Though these two magnifi-
cent examples of architecture
are in no danger, many of the
most beautiful structures are
always in need of upkeep, as
well as protection from the
bulldozers and asphalt
machines. I think, on balance,
developers of ugly high-rises
and boring suburban sprawl
have been more destructive of
beauty than wars. You would
have to think long and hard
and even be perversely creative
to design something uglier
than a strip mall.
It might be true that the
business of America is
business, but even a business
doesn't have to be ugly.
Perhaps we can start an anti-
ugly movement and stamp out
ugly buildings, ugly people and
ugly situations. When I say ugly
people, I don't mean those
whom God made homely, but
those who are in a perpetually
ugly mood angry, ill-man-
nered and threatening vio-
lence.*
Much of our so-called
culture is ugly the angry
music, the violence-ridden
movies, the foulmouthed
stand-ups, the bizarre clothing


Be Ugly

and makeup some people
wear. I visited an ice-cream
shop once, and every single
employee in the place was
covered with piercing nose
rings, earrings, tongue rings
and I assume piercings in
places I couldn't see. I've never
been back. Somehow hot-
fudge sundaes and freaks don't
go well together. I can't even
imagine what the manager
must have looked like.
I say we draw a line in the
asphalt and rally to defend
civilization beauty, civility,
fields and forests and good
farmland. After you plant a
house on a piece of land, it
won't grow much except
people, and we are losing
farmland faster than we can
afford it. We'll all be wearing a
woeful countenance the day we
walk into our supermarkets
and find the shelves nearly
empty. I know it rarely makes
the news, but you really cannot
have food without farmers and
good land.
A free society does have one
disadvantage as opposed to a
dictatorship. In a free society,
everything is always on the
table and at risk, and the
citizens can't afford to stop
playing the Citizenship Game.
Everything we value we must
defend and protect, lest we lose
it. People in a dictatorship can
afford apathy, since they have
no choice in anything anyway.

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


Best Time To Plan For Hurricane Season Is NOW


in Florida: "summer" and "nice." Right now it's
nice. Another term we could use to describe
the current synthesis of sunshine, pleasant
breezes and cool nights would be, "One hundred
percent chance of no hurricanes." That's even nicer.


It's easy to get lulled in to a
false sense of security at this
006 time of the year and forget the
006 looming reality. Before too long
oa we'll be holding our collective
n. breath for six months, wonder-
ing if the next big storm.
coming down the pipe is going
to hit us. No -wondering
when.
It's also the time to shore up,
make plans and get ready.
Everything from hurricanes to
vacations to routine mainte-
nance.
My air conditioning guru,
Dennis, said he'd much rather
crawl around in my attic when
it's 61 degrees than when the
temperature under the roof
pushes 120 or more. It seems
like he mentions something
about that almost every August.
Another one of those "no-
brainer" winter chores is the
comprehensive insurance
review, a chore most of us tend
to avoid. Believe me, neglected
insurance coverage is a lot
worse than making Dennis
mad because your attic is too
hot. Lapsed or inadequate


DEREK
MAUL
Columnist


insurance in hurricane-prone
Florida can mean the end of
life as we know it, and I mean
for good.
So we did the homeowners
review. Our agent, Everett,
came out to the house and we
talked about those handy
information fliers they send out
around renewal time. You
know, the ones nobody ever
reads.
Turns out they're important.
Turns out the insurance
industry has been figuring out


how to deal with all this
destruction and still stay in
business. Turns out things
aren't as simple as they used to
be. Turns out a whole bunch of
devastation comes under
"elective coverage" now. That's
stuff you need to know.
Have you ever wondered
about the huge difference
between "total loss," and
"insured loss" after big storms?
One number may be at $30
billion while the other barely
reaches $15 to $20 billion.
Turns out that "Discount,"
"Inadequate," "Lapsed," "It-
can't-happen-to-me," and
"Oops-I-forgot" are five of the
most popular insurance plans
here on the Gulf Coast.
Believe me, you don't want
any one of them when it's our
turn.
Take mold for example.
Under typical homeowners'
plans the mold incidentally dis-
appears along with damaged
carpet and wallboard. After
that our air conditioners keep
things dry and ventilated. Now
consider several weeks without
power in late summer humid-
ity. Imagine lingering moisture
fueling the reproduction of
millions of spores that can
spread through a house in a
matter of days. Think you're
covered? Think again. Mold
insurance is supplementary.
Workers in masks and white


suits come in, they remove
most of the drywall in the
house, they painstakingly
extract mold from the deepest
recesses around moist pipes
and places you hadn't imag-
ined. Families move into hotel
rooms for weeks at a time.
Expenses mount exponentially.
We're talking tens of thou-
sands of dollars. Most of us
think we are protected carte
blanche. If you really believe
that you are, talk to the family
in Mississippi living in a tent in
front of the slab that marks
where their house used to be.
Flood insurance? Tidal surge?
Who knew? It pays to
understand.
I don't mean to be alarmist.
Well, maybe just a little. But
there's no way to replace a
home without help, and this is
the best time of the year to sit
down with your insurance
agent and get a comprehen-
sive, understandable review of
exactly where you stand.
Once the hurricane season
gets here it's going to be a lot
like sending my friend Dennis
up into my attic. What may
have been a simple prevention
job in the winter may well have
turned into something very
costly six months down the
road. Worse, your attic may
already be floating down the
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Make And 'Break'NightForDriggers


The Driggers know the
meaning of "mad dash." At
last month's Greater Plant
City Chamber of Commerce
installation dinner where
Doug Driggers was to receive
an award for Ambassador
Team of the Year he and
wife, Donna, received an
emergency phone message.
They slipped out of the hall
and returned the call, discov-
ering that their son Wesley
was en route to South Florida
Baptist Hospital by ambu-
lance. Seems he had broken
his leg during the Raider
soccer district playoff game.
Donna grabbed her coat
and purse. Dotig forgot his
ambassador award. And they
made a mad dash to the
hospital, leaving many
wondering minds behind.
Donna wants everyone to
know how much they appre-
ciated all the concern and
calls.
Wes has had surgery and
Donna says he will surely be
cheering on his team at the
regional playoffs. Wes, a
senior at Plant City High, will
have to put his tennis and
soccer talents to work next
year at college. Doug and
Donna's other son, Jake, is
enrolled at Wesleyan College
in Buckhannon, W.Va., where
he plays on the baseball team.

Bachelor auction
helps students
Four lucky girls from Plant
City High are enjoying their
first year at college thanks to
the Plant City Chapter of the
American Business Women's
Association.
Caycee Hampton, Brianne
Howe, Mallory Miles and
Katherine Robbins received
scholarships that came from
last year's Be My Valentine
Bachelor Auction.
It's not too late to attend
this year's auction Feb. 10 at
7 p.m. at the Ramada Inn
Plantation House, Red Rose
Ballroom. Tickets are $25 at
the door, which includes a
buffet and valet parking. Call:
Jodi Smith, 754-3703.

Festa Italiana will
benefit hospital
It all started when six
friends got together and
decided to have a party. I'm
told it promises to be anyth-
ing but ordinary. And the best
part is, everybody is invited.
Susan and Stanley Kolker,
Marsha and Billy Passmore
and Mikie and Dean Synder
decided to host Festa Italiana,
which will feature gourmet
food from Rome or Milan and
entertainment by musicians.
Unanimously, the group
decided to invite the whole
community and make it a
fundraiser for the new
emergency wing at South
Florida Baptist Hospital.


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist

The party is planned for
March 26 from 1 to 4 p.m. in
the gardens owned by Mikie
and Dean Snyder and Cassan-
dra and George Banning on
Clubhouse Drive in Walden
Lake.
John Belcher and Michael
Ambrosino from the hospital
are researching succulent
Italian dishes to fix, and the
Passmores are planning a
silent auction with items from
area businesses and surprise-
items generously offered by
CF Industries.
The Snyders are in charge
of the afternoon's talent. If
you want to come, the cost of
a ticket is $100 per person and
you'll need to make reserva-
tions by calling 752-2505.

Race relations group at library
"Are We a Nation of
Strangers?" That's the topic of
a race relations study group
sponsored by the Tampa
Hillsborough Urban League.
Jean Hehn says the group will
meet Feb. 21 from 7 to 9 p.m.
at Bruton Memorial Library,
302 McLendon St. Call: 229-
8117.

Alaska on horizon
Kenny and Marci Wiggins'
daughters Stephanie and
Crystal Wiggins planned a
25th wedding anniversary
surprise party for their
parents (with help from the
entire family) Dec. 4.
The couple renewed their
vows at Cork United Method-
ist Church and was enter-
tained by a slide show
narrated by Kenny's brother,
Joey. Sister-in-law Polly
Wiggins performed a song she
sang at their wedding, which
was Dec. 6,1980.
Kenny and Joey are the
sons of Betty Sue Wiggins and
the late Wayne "Vern"
Wiggins. Marci is the daughter
of Bill and Jo Frohlich.
The couple will take an
anniversary trip to Alaska this
year to celebrate. God bless
you all.

Kudos for Gibbs
Congratulations to Sara
Rebecca Gibbs, freshman at
Florida Southern College, who
made the dean's list for the
2005 fall semester. She is the
daughter of Ken and Deborah
Gibbs.

Help with shortcake booth
It's stemming time again.
Sounds like a Ray Charles'


Photo courtesy of Driggers family


S Above, Doug and Donna
Driggers with son Wesley.
At left, Susan Kolker, left,
Mikie Snyder and Marsha
Passmore check out some
of the silent auction items
... .T:.4 for the Festa Italiana
party. Below, Plant City
High School went 9-1 in
.. .the preliminary round at
the recent University of
Florida quiz-bowl compet-
ition. Pictured are Cindy
Saldierna, left, Becca
Smith, Coach Bob Mere-
dith, Chris Morley, Ryan
Napier, sponsor Sherrie
S. ..-Mueller, Michael Fekete
- and Cory McFarlane.
Photo courtesy of Susan Kolker


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Photo courtesy of Plant City High School


song, but it's not. It's the East
Hillsborough Historical
Society's biggest fundraiser,
the shortcake booth at the
Strawberry Festival.
If you would like to volunm-
teer to help serve shortcake or
stem berries, call Betty Wilson
at 752-4514.
There are three shifts for
servers on the festival
grounds, and stemming
begins Monday through
Friday during the festival at 9
a.m. at the 1914 Plant City
High School Community
Center. If you work two days,
you will receive a free festival
ticket.

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


SA. ....
Photo courtesy of Wiggins family
Kenny and Marci Wiggins recently marked their 25th wedding
anniversary.


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INSIDE THE PLANT CITY CITIZEN'S POLICE ACADEMY WEEK TWO




Police Headquarters Is High-Tech Facility


FEUfARY,9ci0p qT i9URlR-*S9


Most people cannot think of Plant
City without some whistling in the
background and a freckled-faced,
barefoot boy named Opie with a fish-
ing pole throwing a rock into Myers
Lake.
Plant City has that effect on people
who don't live here; an image as a
sleepy little "Mayberry hamlet" more
preoccupied with strawberries than
strong-arm robbery.
It just isn't so!
As part of the Plant
City Police Department's
Citizens' Police Acade-
my's program, we were
.... given a tour of the
department's 67,000-
Lofstrom square-foot facility. What
we sawwas an impressive
display of the latest communication
and crime-fighting equipment.
First stop was the 1,200-square-foot
911 communication center furnished
with an array of sophisticated comput-
ers programmed to dispatch police
and emergency personnel to you at a
moment's notice. When you dial 911
within a 15-mile radius of city hall, this
communication center is ready to help
you.
For the bad guys, there's the pris-
oner processing area. At no time other
than a sanctioned tour is it recom-
mended that you take a trip to this
place. It's a haunting room designed
for fingerprinting, booking, mug shots
and lock-up. The eight modern hold-
ing cells have a police observation
center, and no, the cells do not have
cable TV.
Do you remember Jack Klugman in


guns.
Ever looked in the rearview mirror
and been stunned by bright flashing
red and blue? Thought about throt-
tling on? Don't even think about it.
You'd have about as much chance of
escape as Mr. Peepers would strapped
into one of those Hannibal Lecter full-
body strait jackets.
You see the department has about 8
acres of pavement devoted to a driving
course where police learn to "control
skid" and pursue and evade other
cars. The cars they drive are not your
production line cars from Detroit. The
heart of the Plant City police cars are
6-liter, single overhead cam V-8's. The
cars' suspension translates the
engine's power into crisp road man-
ners. Oh yeah, and if that's not
enough, the cars are equipped with
two-way radios and driven by Richard
Pettytypes.
I am telling you you're not going to
get away.
*****
To enroll in the fall session of the
Citizens' Police Academy, call the
Plant City Police Department at 757-
9200 or e-mail police@plantcitygo-
v.com. The academy consists of six
consecutive Tuesday and Thursday
night classes at the Plant City Police
Department, 2412 Williamette Drive.
Classes are limited to 20. All classes are
free.

Plant City businessman Jerry Lofstrom
recently signed up for the six-week Citizens'
Police Academy. This is the second of six
reports about what he is learning.


JERRY LOFSTROM/Photo
The Plant City Police Department's Citizens' Police Academy class recently
toured the department's facility.The members of the class are: Matt Mulqueen,
Roger Mitchell, Matt Buzza, Jeremy Lofstrom, Sarah Lofstrom, Marti Lofstrom,
Eddie Richter, Chris Sparkman, Tom Sparkman, Rich Norman, Tom Darmus,
Wesley Joyner, Sharon Dicks, Rhonda Wetherington, Lou Baird, Heather Rauler-
son, Lynn Buehler, Jason Jones.


the 1980s TV series "Quincy"? He was
the forensic scientist who helped solve
crimes utilizing a scientific laboratory.
Well, the Plant City police facility has a
highly specialized crime-scene pro-
cessing center that could rival Quincy
on his best day.
The evidence room, where vital evi-
dence is stored, is a highly secured
area so well protected only the evi-
dence technician has the fingerprint


pattern to unlock the door. When we
open a locked room we normally use a
key, but the technician enters the
room with his fingerprint impression
on an-ID access pad.
To make certain that the police
shoot straight, there's also the indoor,
four-lane, automated shooting range.
This state-of-the-art facility is used to
train and qualify officers in the use of
handguns, shotguns and submachine


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3505 Lone Oak Road, Plant City

Ph. 754-5278
Sunday School 10-00 A.
Morning Woi ship 11.00 AM
Evening Worship 6-00 PM.
Wednesday -Adult & Youth Ministries
7-00 P.M.
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Sunday Worship Services
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FEBRIJU Y 9, 2'006 *-THE COURIER 11


LETTERS

No more development in Walden Lake
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Rumttored dlevelopmenti propo-als \ would build 1511
additional high-iu .e units in the irea of the e:isnng c.riuntr
club and dni-ing range. Not iithstanding the e'ihaul.ted
ina-,ter plan, thi.s would increase congestion in the \vorst
possible location, endangering our families.
I, along with others, purchased huines at a premium,
compared to other Plant City ical estate, in ordrr to enjoy \ a
planned community that is ,ubiect to a \\ell thoughL out
master plan.
This premium was justified by reserved gieen space.
limited densines, a park and a golf course. I relied on
existing zoning and the master plan to protect my family's
investment.
Existing residents and community leaders should take a
stand against this type of inappropriate development.
Steven C. Sheffield
Plant City


First Baptist Church of

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are $8 for adults, $6 for seniors and children. Call: 717-9575.


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5:00-6:15 pm

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Love for the ages
The Plant City Photo Archives, 119 N. Collins St., plans a special
Valentine's Day Reception in the group's new Exhibit Gallery
Feb. 14, beginning at 4:45 p.m. The reception will feature roses,
live music and hors d'oeuvres, refreshments and pictures of
Plant City couples. The Way We Were exhibit, a photo collec-
tion of couples in years past, will be on display. There will also
be a video presentation which will include the video on the
recent Salute to Veterans exhibit. Photos like D. E. and Eloise
Bailey at their Aug. 22,1940, wedding, above, will be featured.
Admission: $10. Call: 754-1578.


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insufficiency, leads to pain, heaviness of legs,
swelling, discoloration, varicosities, spider veins
and even ulceration. We are pleased to offer the
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COMMUNITY

ROUNDUP

Crisis Center seeks volunteers
The Crisis Center of Tampa
Bay seeks volunteers to pro-
vide crisis counseling on its
24-hour crisis hot line.
. Day, evening and weekend
shifts are available. No experi-
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969-4991 or www.crisiscente-
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Free computer classes
Glover School in Bealsville
offers free computer classes
for seniors and children on


Monday and Wednesdays.
Classes cover basic
computer parts and software.
Adult classes are from 10 to 11
a.m. and 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., and
children's classes from 3 to 4:
45 p.m.
The school also offers an
evening computer lab for sen-
iors Wednesdays and Fridays
from 5 to 6:30.
Call: 737-1352 or 757-6760.
Kids Cafe
The Kids Cafe is offered
Monday through Thursdays
from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Center,
1601 E. Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd. The Kids Cafe serves
nutritious, hot meals to
school-age children.
Call: 759-9343 or 757-9195.


Chocolate, Chili Share Charity Venue


DOWNTOWN SITE
OF CONCURRENT EVENTS
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Chocolate and chili might not have the same
ring as peanut butter and jelly, but that's not
stopping two Plant City groups from combin-
ing the pair during an upcoming fundraiser.
Those who crave either or both will have the
opportunity Feb. 11 to do just that when Plant
City Entertainment presents its fundraiser, A
Taste of Chocolate, and the Plant City Arts
Council hosts its 16th annual chili cook-off at
adjacent venues during overlapping times.
From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., participants in the
chocolate festival will show off their wares at
downtown's McCall Park. Visitors can pur-
chase cocoa-based treats on display in three
categories: cookies/brownies, candies/
novelties and cake. Judges will determine the
best in each category. The winners will receive


a trophy and a $50 prize.
For $3 attendees can sample any, or all of the
entries.
Next door to the park, at the historic Train
Depot, people are invited to test a variety of
chili dishes from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Visitors can
pay $3 to sample any or all of the entries com-
peting for the "People's Choice" award for the
best chili in three categories. Chili chefs will try
out their best recipes in the spicy, mild and
novelty varieties.
Entertainment will be coordinated by Jack-
ie's Dance Studio and will include her students,
Strawberry Square, Plant City Children's The-
atre, Shirley's Dance Studio, Shawna Cook
Singers and some excerpts from Plant City
Entertainment's current show at Hillsborough
Community College.
Palmer Street will be blocked off to vehicular
traffic during the events.
For more information, call John McCaughey
at 757-9110, days, or 719-1103, evenings and
weekends.


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drive-up sales through March 1.
Gate admission is $9 for age 13 and older, $5
for ages 6 to 12, and children 5 and younger will
be admitted free when accompanied by a pay-
ing adult.
Ticket office hours are weekdays from 8:30
a.m. to 4 p.m. The office will be open one Satur-
day and Sunday, Feb. 25 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
and Feb. 26 from 1 to 4 p.m.
The office is at 2209 W. Oak St. Call: 754-
2190, 759-6313 or 754-1996.

Housing Authority
accepting applications
The Plant City Housing Authority is accept-
ing low-rent public housing applications for
one- to four-bedroom housing vouchers from 8


a.m. to 3 p.m. at 1306 Larrick Lane.
Applications will be accepted only from fam-
ilies with a "working family preference."
To qualify for a working preference, the
family head, spouse or sole member must be
employed.
However, an applicant will be given the
benefit of the working family preference if the
head, spouse or sole member is age 62 or older,
or is a person with disabilities.
The working applicant must be employed for
six months to qualify for the preference.
In order to process applications, applicants
must bring Social Security cards of all family
members, copy of birth certificates, photo ID,
proof of citizenship and proof of any income.
Call: 752-0569.


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2006 Florida Strawberry Festival Queen Scholarship Pageant


2006 DAVE BUYENS. All rights reserved


All 25 contestants take the stage at the Florida Strawberry Queen Scholarship Pageant at Tomlin Middle School Feb. 4.


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Megan Shelley, a senior at
Plant City High School and
the daughter of Todd and
Kim Shelley. She is involved
in the FFA, the Leo Club and
the National Honor Society.
Kayla Gaschler, the
daughter of David and
Tammy Gaschler and a senior
at Plant City High. She is
involved in the National
Honor Society, Senior
Executive Council and varsity
cheerleading.
Julie Boback, who is
involved in Civinettes, Best
Buddies and also works with
the children's choir at her
church. She is the daughter of
John and Terri Boback.
The queen and court also
receive scholarships. The
scholarships are: queen,
$4,200; first maid, $2,000; and
court, $1,550. The Lions Club,
Strawberry Festival, Hills-
borough Community College
and the Lott-Mather Buick,
Pontiac, GMC dealership
contribute to the schol-
arships.
The queen and court also
make numerous public
appearances at Plant City
events throughout the year
and daily appearances at the
festival.
"Everything went very
smoothly tonight," said Ste-
phanie Shuff, auxiliary
pageant director who has
been involved with the event
for five years. "Everyone
involvedwasverycooperative.
It was wonderful."
Shuff said the pageant is
more than a a glittering tiara.
"This pageant is not just
about the crown," she said.
"It is about gaining a lifelong
knowledge about one's com-
munity and insight into
themselves that will carry
these ladies for many years to
come."
Charleene Closshey per-
formed the national anthem
at the pageant. James S.
Moody Jr., a U.S. District
Court judge and former presi-
dent of the Plant City Lions
Club, and his. daughter,
Ashley, an assistant U.S.
Attorney and former Straw-
berry Festival queen, emceed
the event.
Jackie's Dance Studio also
choreographed "Fun with
Friends," a dance routine by
all 25 contestants and the
2005 queen and her court.
The pageant is sponsored
by the Plant City Lions Club
and the Florida Strawberry
Festival Association.


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16 THE COURIER FEBRUARY 9, 2006


IN THE SPIRIT


The Rev. Jim Rodriguez, Transforming Life Ministries Assembly Of God


"In the Spirit" is a feature highlight-
ing religious leaders. Each week, The
Courier will profile someone from
the major religious institutions in
the area.
Sometime during this
year's Florida Strawberry
Festival, the Transforming
Life Ministries strawberry
shortcake booth will welcome
visitor No. 2 million. The
lucky customer will receive a
51-inch television.
It's been 28 years, and yes,
the church keeps track. One
year, the church saw 114,000
customers, with a single-day
high of 16,000.
Q: Where were you born
and raised?
A: I was born in 1959, and
grew up in the Bronx, New
York City.
Q: How did you find your
calling?
A: I joined the U.S. Navy as
an aviation mechanic. My
older brother received the
Lord, then the whole family.
He said he had a lot to share
with me. I went home and
God revolutionized my life.
Back in the military, I started
a Bible study group. In six
weeks, 180 individuals were
coming. God really confirmed
what I was supposed to do.
When I left the Navy in


DEREK
MAUL
Columnist


1981, I felt led to Lakeland.
We drove down in a '77 Chevy
Nova and through a series of
providence of God I attended
Southeastern College. I
worked with the Assembly of
.God in Lakeland and came
here as youth pastor and
custodian in 1982. Then
associate. Then head of staff
in 1988.
Q: What floats your boat
about Plant City?
A: The people, the atmos-
phere. It's totally different
from New York. I enjoy the
pace of life and the uni-
formity.
Q: Do you have a mentor?
A: Believe it or not, my
father, Francisco; a simple


man. How can such a simple
man do what he has done? A
strong individual, a man of
character and conviction. I
preach a message, "Where
have all the heroes gone?"
That's the type of man he
was.
Q: What makes you proud
of your wife?
A: I married Pam Hayslip of
Pensacola. She is supportive
and her loyalty and faithful-
ness are incredible. She's a
tremendous wife and
incredible mother. Ministers
must make sure the woman
they marry is their helpmate.
My wife has been 200 percent
supportive. Not that she
always liked it, but always
supportive.
Q: What is God teaching
you right now?
A: God has been teaching
me that I'm not as young as I
used to be and he wants me
to pass things on to others
and train them in ministry.
Q: What's with all the
ceramic cows on your
bookshelf?
A: We've gone through so
much change here. One
member gave me a golden
calf in recognition of, "All the
See SPIRIT, Page 17


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SPIRIT
Continued From Page 16
Golden Calves you have
killed." That's where the
collection started.

Q: What books have most
influenced you?
A: First, a very simple book
called "Three Kings" by Gene
Edwards. It's a book on
brokenness. Anyone in
ministry should take that
book and read it. Then "The
Anointing" by R.T. Kendall.

Q: Do you watch television?
A: Not really. But I am a
sports fanatic. I have my
ESPN. I enjoy every sport. I
used to play baseball. I enjoy
basketball and racquetball
when I can. No golf. When I
got off the course I said, "This
is not for me." I spent a lot of
money putting balls in the
water.

Q: How do you relax?
A: First thing in the morn-
ing I go to the gym. I enjoy
lifting weights. It's one of my
best stress relievers.

Q: How many children do
you have?
A: We have three boys and
a girl. Daniel, Micah, Timothy
and Anna. We're expecting
the third grandchild. My
second son is my youth
pastor.

Q: Pick a character from
history you'd like to join for a
two-hour lunch.
A: The apostle Paul; he had
a uniqueness about him.
More than anything else he
had a tenacity and a persist-
ence the Energizer-Bunny
that keeps on ticking. Then
there's Churchill, John. F.
Kennedy, Gen. Douglas
MacArthur, Martin Luther
King. I enjoy listening to good
orators.

Q: Anything funny ever
happen in church?
A: There are so many!
When I was an associate
pastor in Lakeland I was
getting ready to speak and a
huge spider came on the
platform. I don't like spiders.
At one point it came under-
neath my feet. I started
stomping and shaking my
feet. Some of the congrega-
tion thought the spirit of God
was really moving and they
started to get happy.

Q: Do you have a favorite
movie?
A: Sad to say, I enjoyed
"The Godfather." I think the
organization, if we could
bring that to the church, we'd
really have something!

Q: What scripture would
you like to leave with readers?
A: I'd have to say Jeremiah
33:3. "Call to me and I will
answer you and tell you great
and unsearchable things you
do not know."

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would like to see us profile in
this column? Call Derek
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Blood Profiles
March 16,17,18
9am-Noon
Cost: $15
Includes Lipid panel complete metabolic
profile, complete blood count.

Osteoporosis
March 18
9am-Noon
Cost: Free

Skin Cancer Screening
March 19
9am-12pm
Cost: Free

Prostate/PSA Screens
March 19
Cost: $15

Carotid Doppler Ultrasound
March 19
9am-Noon
Cost: $20

Vascular Leg Screening
March 19
9am-Noon
Cost: $20
Appointments Required
Call (813) 754-4444.


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Free Blood Pressure Checks
No appointments necessary
Hospital Main Lobby (Every Tuesday)
1-2pm

Cholesterol Screenings
TC/HDL/Glucose
4th Tuesday of every month
1-2pm
No appointment necessary
Cost: $12 (no fasting required)

Diabetes Education
Support Group
For more information or to enroll,
call Lisa Finley at (813) 757-8202
First Tuesday of each month
5-6pm
Cost: Free
2 South Classroom

Bereaved Parents
Support Group.
Bereaved Parents of the USA will host
a support group meeting. There will
be times for mothers and fathers to
share together and separately.
4th Thursday of the month at 7pm
Community Conference Room
Call: Beth Tancredo, 362-6577 or Anita
Pippin, 363-6972 for this class only.


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Must register to attend.
Feb. 11, 9am- pm New Certification Only
Community Conference Room
Cost: $30.00 (includes book and card)
Pre-Payment required






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

(Maximum 10 participants)
Administration Conference Room
7-9pm
Feb. 13
Cost: Free
Must Register.

Infant & Child Car
Safety Check
Four out of five car seats are installed
incorrectly. Is yours one of them?
Come find out.

By appointment only
Friday only
Community Health Resource Center
Hospital Main Lobby


For information, registration or physician referral, call (813) 754-4444 unless otherwise noted.
South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St., Plant City, FL 33563






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A HIGHER LEVEL OF CARDIAC CARE
FOR A HIGHER QUALITY OF LIFE.

At the heart of Lakeland Regional's cardiac services are the most sophisticated
procedures and some of the South's leading cardiac specialists. From innova-
tions like drug-eluting stents, off-pump bypass and robotic open heart surgery,
no one in, Polk County offers you more state-of-the-art technology and
experience than LRMC, home to the area's most established heart program.
With capabilities like these, it's no wonder LRMC's heart program is
thriving. And so are our patients. For more information, visit us online at


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Unity donates to Meals On Wheels
Unity in the Community, a Plant City charitable group,
donated $16,000 to the city's Meals on Wheels program
Jan. 27. Unity is single largest contributor to Meals on
Wheels, which started in Plant City in 1991 and serves
between 55 and 61 people every week. Attending the
event were Alex Leslie of Meals on Wheels; Linda Fuhr-
man of Brown's 231/2 Hour Towing Service, and a Unity
director; Henry Falcon, manager of Kash n' Karry, and a
Meals on Wheels and Unity director; Joyce Jordan,
president of Unity in the Community; Mac McKendrick,
Meals on Wheels' president; Sharon Mc Kendrick, Meals
on Wheels; Anna Rietz, Unity director and member of
Meals on Wheels; Marge Washborn, Meals on Wheels'
secretary; and Marion Stanko, Meals on Wheels' trea-
surer. Below, Meals on Wheels volunteers and members
of Unity in the Community gathered at First Presbyterian
Church. Meals on Wheels is experiencing a critical loss of
volunteers due to health problems and the imminent
departure of winter-only volunteers. Regular drivers are
needed for Wednesdays and Fridays. Substitute drivers
and helpers are needed for any day. Delivery is Monday
to Friday, 10 a.m. to noon. Office workers are also needed
both for a weekly assignment in the morning and as
substitutes. Call: 754-9932.


www.LRMC.com. Or for a free physician referral,
call 682-LRMC (5762).


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16TH ANNUAL
PLANT CITY ARTS COUNCIL
CHILI COOK-OFF

Ia Saturday, February 11, 2006
11 am- 2 pm at
The Historic Train Depot (Setup at 10 am)
Three Categories: Mild, Spicy and Novelty
Great Prizes
Only 3. 00 per person to sample each of the entries and
the chance to cast your vote for "People's Choice"
Also, Live Entertainment:
Dancers, Singers & Music
Enter, Compete And Enjoy The Fun!
For Additional Information, Please Call: /
John McCaughey
813-757-9110/days
813-719-1103/evenings


PLANT CITY
ENTERTAINMENT'S
2ND ANNUAL

CHOCOLATE FESTIVAL


Date: 02/11/2006
Time: 10am 1pm


Come on down and bring your favorite chocolate!
Categories include: cake, candies/novelties, and
cookies/brownies with a $50 prize for each 1st place
winner!! As well as a People's Choice prize!

Event will be held at McCall Park in beautiful
Downtown Plant City! The Chili Cook-Off will be
held across the street at the Train Depot.

Contact Information: -' -. .
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By D'ANN WHITE
dwhite2@mediageneral.com
A flood of angry phone calls
has prompted the Federal
Emergency Management
Agency to redraft its official
flood plain maps for Hills-
borough County.
Last month, county staff
told commissioners that
FEMA has agreed to update
the proposed flood maps and
republish them at its own cost
before the county begins the
formal process of reviewing
and adopting them.
The county requested that
FEMA redraft the maps after
residents pointed out mistakes
in the maps at a public meet-
ing in November.
The county and FEMA share
technical data to create


updated flood maps, which
are used to assess insurance
rates.
However, this year county
staff and FEMA used a uni-
form method of looking at
drainage patterns that resulted
in 25,000 properties being
included in the flood plain
that were never included
during the last 25 years the
maps have been issued.
This could have resulted in
property owners with
government-backed mort-
gages being required to buy
flood insurance for the first
time.
Many of the properties were
near lakes where residents
have never experienced any
flooding. Residents said those
analyzing the data did not take
new topographic data into
account when they looked at
the area's drainage because
that data wasn't available five
years ago when the mapping


process began.
According to the county,
about 9 percent of the pro-
posed new high-risk flood
area may need to be modified
on the corrected maps.
FEMA plans to return the
updated maps to Hillsborough
County in late summer. Then
the county will post them on
its Web site and re-start the
public education and appeals
process.
The maps will not become
effective for insurance pur-
poses until the review process
is complete and all residents
who wish to appeal have an
opportunity, probably in
spring or summer 2007.
For information, visit
www.hillsboroughcounty.org
and click on the "Mapping the
Risk: Flood Map Update" link
or call the Hillsborough
County Citizen Action Center
at 272-5900.


Letters welcomed


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Theatre Feb. 15 from 3 to 4:30
p.m. Admission is free. Call:
752-1621.


PLAN AHEAD
Blood drives
Florida Blood Services
bloodmobiles will be on site
Feb. 16 at the following loca-
tions:
# From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
the Public Works of Plant City,
1802 W. Spooner St.
From noon to 4 p.m. at
Albertsons warehouse, 1402
Albertsons Drive. Call: 903-
2600.

Networking event
The Plant City Chamber of
Commerce will host a
Business After Hours event
Feb. 16 from 5:15 to 7 p.m. at
Mastertaste, 1111 W. Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
RSVP: 754-3707.

Gospel concert
benefits charity
The 1914 Plant City High
School Community Center,


605 N. Collins St., is the loca-
tion for a gospel concert with
The Jacobs Brothers and Dave
Koffel Feb. 17 at 7 p.m. Doors
will open at 6. An offering will
be collected during the eve-
ning. The event benefits Unity
in the Community, a charity
dedicated to feeding the
hungry. Call: 752-1275.

Rummage sale
A rummage sale is planned
Feb. 17-18 from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m. at Grace United Method-
ist Church, 1801 E. Sherry St.
Call: 759-1162.

Concert at St. Mary's
St. Mary's Community
Church, 907 E. Laura St., plans
a concert Feb. 18 at 7 p.m.
Luther Barnes and The Sunset
Jubiliares, The Gospel Mets,
Gloriece Miller and Mo'than
Conquerors are set to appear.
Doors open at 6 p.m. Tickets:
$20 adults, $10 for 12 and
under. Call- 754-1616.

Rotary hosts yard sale
The Plant City Daybreak
Rotary Club. plans a yard sale
Feb. 18 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. to
benefit The Rotary All Persons
Playground at Gilcrest Park.



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The yard sale will take place
at Gro-Mor Company, 307 S.
Evers St. Call: Andy Bender,
754-3577.

Church plans pork dinner
Sydney Assembly of God,
14905 Sydney Road, plans a
pork dinner Feb. 19 from 11
a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost is $6 per
meal, proceeds to benefit the
building fund. Call: 659-0532.

Blood drives
Florida Blood Services
bloodmobiles will be on site
Feb. 19 at the following loca-
tions:
First Baptist Church of
Midway, 2902 Midway Road,
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Wal-Mart, 2802 Jim
Redman Parkway, from noon
to 5 p.m. Call: 903-2600.

Build a toadhouse
A Toadhouse Craft Night is
planned Feb. 21 from 6 to 9
p.m. at the Planteen Recrea-
tion Center, 301 Dort St.,
sponsored by the Water
Resource Management
Department. Class attendees
will create their own toad-
house from clay and learn
about establishing a toad hab-

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to reduce lawn pests. Admis-
sion is free.
To register, call 757-9289,
Ext. 249.

Blood drive
A Florida Blood Services
bloodmobile will be on site
Feb. 22 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
at Simmons Career Center,
202 E. Grant St. Call: 903-
2600.

Scouts plan fundraiser
Gulf Ridge Council Boy
Scouts will host a fundraiser
luncheon Feb. 23 from 11:30
a.m. to 1 p.m. at Wesley
Centre of First United Meth-
odist Church, 303 N. Evers St.
The Scouts will honor Charles
S. White for his continued
support and involvement with
the Boy Scouts. Guest speaker
will be Mike Alstott of the
Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
RSVP: Dean Snyder, 752-
2505.

Spring fashion show
My Girlfriend's Place Bou-
tique and Berry Patch Kids
plan a spring fashion show
Feb. 23 at 7 p.m. at Walden
Lake Golf & Country Club.


FEBRUARY 9, 2006 THE COURIER 23

Proceeds will benefit Steppin'
Stone Farm for Girls.
Information: 719-6103, or stop
by My Girlfriend's Place, 301 S.
Collins St., or Berry Patch Kids,
201 S. Collins St.

Trinity United hosting dinner
Trinity United Methodist
Church, 402 W. English St.,
plans a lemon herb chicken
breast supper Feb. 24 from 4:
30 to 7 p.m. The cost is $6 for
adults and $3 for children 10
years and younger. Takeout is
available. Call: 754-6687.

The Florida Opry
The Florida Opry will pres-
ent Terry Dennis from Nash-
ville, Ken McWilliams & The
Nashville Band and other per-
formers Feb. 25 at 7 p.m. at the
1914 Plant City High School
Community Center, North
Evers and Herring streets.
Reserve seats are $12.50, call
752-4094.

Church hosts blood drive
A Florida Blood Services
bloodmobile will be on site
Feb. 26 from 9 a.m. to noon at
Hope Lutheran Church, 2001
N. Park Road.
Call: 903-2600.


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GREATER PLANT CITY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE


Above, the 2005
Ambassador
Team of the Year
took the stage
during the event.
At left, Rick Lott,
the outgoing
chamber board
chairman, left,
presented former
Mayor Mike
Sparkman with
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Service Award.


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Chamber installs officers
The gavel was officially passed at the Greater Plant City Chamber of Commerce's new officers
installation banquet Jan. 26 at the Ramada Inn. Above, working to make sure the event was a success
are, from left, chamber staffers Susan Wilson, Marion Smith, Jane Gonzalez, Al Collinge, Nancy
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It was always good just to sit with him for a while 'cause He always knew what to say and always at the perfect time.
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Without him here time seems to go so slow. I bet right now he's with Granny & Papa sportin' a big ol' grin
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Above left, Lott presented Danny Wilkes,
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chairman. Above right, Jennifer Closshey
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Casey's unit is operating in
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Leo Knighten of Plant City.

Eckenrode
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Stewart
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penalty, anotherBloomingdale
wrestler, David Figari, charged
onto the mat and tackled
Burdine.
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the gym, the points he had
earned were reversed and
Bloomingdale was assessed a
three-point penalty for Figari's
flagrant misconduct.
"I think everybody has
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it's all done and cooler heads
will prevail (at regionals)."
The top four finishers in
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Above, Bloomingdale's Ryan Nye flips Durant's Tim Burdine in the 135-pound final at the district
championship Saturday night. Both wrestlers came into the previous week's Western Conference
meet undefeated on the season before Nye handed Burdine his first loss, 3-2. Nye got the better
of Burdine again Saturday, winning the title, 6-4. The pair could meet again at regionals and state.


Above, Durant's Justin Bechtold gets the upper hand against
Sickles wrestler Jake Bolnick in the 119-pound final. Bechtold
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position for the pin. A senior at Durant, Doback accomplished
his goal for six points for the Cougars.


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S-" Riverview fourth (124).
Durant titlists included
Tommy Bennett at 103
pounds, Justin Bechtold (119),
Adam Doback (140), Zak
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and Tim Burdine (135).
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and friend, Ryan Nye of
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Raiders stumble
Left, Plant City's Matthew Kirkland kicks the ball into the offensive zone while
being challenged by Gaither's Eddie Ababio during last week's region quarter-
final soccer game at Raider Stadium. Ababio and the Cowboys got the better of
the Raiders, however, with Ababio's goal giving the visitors a 1-0 lead. Things
went downhill for Plant City after that, with Gaither racking up four goals in a
4-0 victory that eliminated the Raiders. Above, Raider goalkeeper K.C. Keller
leaps high to snare a cross in traffic in front of his goal. Keller had a busy night
against the Cowboys, who were the No. 2 ranked team in the country in one poll
during the regular season before losing their district title game to Countryside.
Those two squads appear on a collision course to meet again in the region final
with a berth in the state playoffs at stake.


2006 DAVE BUYENS. l rights resened.



SHARP CUTS



Sometimes, ItIsn't The Referees Fault


It has become the new
American sports fan
tradition. If your team loses
a big game, particularly a
close game, it's the refs.
Can't have anything to do
with what your team did
wrong, or that the other
team played better, no sir.
That was the frustrating
line from waaaay too many
people, not even just Sea-
hawks fans, after Sunday's
Super Bowl XL. I bring it up,
not just because the
complain-about-refs thing is
officially over the top, but it
allows me to try and put a
positive spin on last week's
loss in the boys soccer
playoffs.
Sometimes, the other
team is just better and
there's nothing you can do
about it.
Certainly that applied to
the Plant City boys when
they went up against Gaither
on Thursday. Great turnout
at Raider Stadium, kids
painted orange, lots of hype
for the first home playoff
game in the history of the
boys soccer program. And
there was no beating Gait-
her. Yes, it would have
helped to have a healthy


Cheyne Roberts, but I'm not
sure if it would have made
much difference. I mean, the
Raiders had the wind in the
first half and found them-
selves down 3-0 at halftime.
And if anyone in attendance
needed a sign that Thursday
was not Plant City's night, it
came when the Raiders got
an early penalty-kick oppor-
tunity in the second half,
and Johnathin Dupree's shot
was stuffed by the Gaither
goalie.
Something tells me that
Gaither is going to find itself
in the region finals, again
playing Countryside, the
team that gave the Cowboys
their first and only loss of the
season. And in that game,
Gaither will roll.
Another (sort of) consola-
tion to take for Raider fans: If
Plant City had drawn Coun-
tryside instead of Gaither in
the first round, it doesn't
look like that would have
been too fun of a matchup
either. Countryside stomped
Sarasota 5-0 in another
region quarterfinal game last
Thursday.

More kicks
And while we're pointing


DAREK
SHARP


out that the team Plant City
was eliminated by could
easily go on to win the state
championship, it's a good
time to note what's taking
place in the girls soccer
tournament. St. Pete High,
which ended the Durant girls
season 1-0 in the first round,
is still playing.
On Saturday, the Green
Devils earned their first-ever
trip to the state semifinals by
beating Melbourne, 1-0.
Today, St. Pete faces off
with the team that owns the
worst record of any in the
Class 6A "Final Four" when it
plays Lake Mary, meaning
the Green Devils could easily
find themselves playing for a
state title.


If all else fails on the
being-consoled-by-a-loss
thing, the other suggestion is
to do what I did Thursday
night after the game: Head
straight to the buffet at
Buddy Freddy's and wipe out
some chicken.

Hoop troubles
Both the Cougar and
Raider girls basketball teams
were unable to reach the
postseason, falling in the
first round of the Class 6A-
District 8 tournament at
Riverview last week.
Durant's Amy Rogers
capped off a marvelous
senior season, where she
averaged 20 points per game.
Rogers' improvement from
her junior year was great,
and she was able to convince
somebody important -
herself- that a collegiate
hoops career could be in
store.
"She finally got the bug.
Toward the end of the year,
she began to see that 'Hey,
maybe I can do this in
college,' said Durant girls
basketball coach O.J.
Marbra. "She started taking
it seriously this year. It
became more important to


her."
Marbra and the Cougar
program will sorely miss
such a talent, but he can
smile about the achieve-
ments of freshman TeKeya
Clark. Called up from the
junior-varsity team after the
Christmas break, Clark
developed into the Cougars'
starting point guard.
"Once she got it, she
didn't give it up. She's going
to be the next great here,"
Marbra said.
Whatever happens at the
boys district tournament this
week, the Plant City Raiders
can call the second half of
the season a success.
After a 2-8 start, the
Raiders finally went above
the .500 mark by beating
Armwood last week. Jason
Brown scored 24 points in
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Youth Hoops Season Heats Up


TRI-STAR SKILLS
WINNERS STRUT STUFF
By DAREK SHARP
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A month into the Plant City
Recreation & Parks
Department/Optimist Youth
Basketball season, only one
team out of 14 in the Junior
League has been able to make
it through the schedule
unscathed.
The Pacers improved to 5-0
last week with a 38-24 win
over the 76'ers, who entered
the game with a 4-0 record.
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to 13-year-olds). Tied with the
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as the Lakers got past the
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point night from Brown Peter-
son. The Coyotes had a chance
last Tuesday to take over first
place in the division, but lost
an exciting 33-32 decision to
the Raiders.
On Monday, the Raiders
followed that up with a 39-21
win over the Jags, getting 17
points from Vashawn Gainer.
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Photos courtesy Plant City Recreation & Parks Department
Recreation department youth athletic coordinator Danny Smith
presents 12-year-old Tombrink with his first-place trophy.
Tombrink was specially recognized for his perfect score in both
the passing and shooting portions of the 2006 Tri-Star basket-
ball skills competition.


battle of unbeatens in the
Cadet League (8-10) Saturday,
20-19, over the Grizzlies. Jaynil
Patel scored 11 points for the
Bulls, who are now 7-0 and
alone atop the National Divi-
sion. The Grizzlies fell to 5-1,
half a game behind the Horn-
ets. Nathan Laatsch scored 10
points and Quinton Broward
and Landon Galloway had
nine apiece Saturday as the
Hornets beat the Bucks, 47-21.
On Monday, the Bucks earned
their first victory in a 17-16
win over the Otters.
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sion, the Colts stayed perfect
with an easy 26-11 win Satur-
day. Nicholas Ferro scored
eight points. DeAndre
Wooden scored 20 points as
the Knicks beat the Cougars,


30-21, staying. close behind
the Colts at 6-1. The Spurs and
Trailblazers are next with 5-2
records, but the Spurs have
the tiebreaker advantage via
Saturday's head-to-head win,
21-18.
There are 16 teams in the
Cadet League, eight in each
division.
Barely doing so, the Nug-
gets stayed undefeated in the
Senior League on Friday by
beating the Braves, 49-48.
Chad Hansen had 17 points
and Johnvonte Bell scored 11
for the Nuggets, who went to
7-0; Mario Brooks had 14,
David O'Callaghan 13 for the
Braves.
In Friday's other game, Gar-
rett Crawford led four Rockets
in double figures with 16


Winners of the competition gather on the bleachers at Tomlin
Middle School for a group photo. By age group from 8 to 13, the
boys and girls who earned first- through third-place trophies
are, front to back, from left, Carson Knox, Jared Arnold, Jacob
Woods, Shelby Keely, Savannah Garrison, Taylor Edgemon, P.J.
Almon, Cameron Knight, Nathan Howell, Ashley Rosa, Emily
Ogden, Amber Harwell, Jaynil Patel, Tyler Almon, Deandre
Wooden, Brooke Leonard, Megan Watson, Nicole Arnold, Shawn
Loftus, Teshey Thompson, Steven Williamson, Jordan Johnson,
Denesha Bradley, Akacia Nelson, Miles Tombrink, Brett Jones,
Troy Perez, Brock Wetherington, Ashley Nelson, Elissa Hunter,
Brittany Butler, Brown Peterson, Nicholas Bryce, Stephen
Mcintyre, Lauren Morris, Amy Williamson. Winner of the 12-
year-old boys division, Miles Tombrink, is not pictured with
group.


points as they beat the Sonics
58-49.
Last Tuesday, the Cavs (6-1)
got 10 each from Patrick
Hampton and Ethan Hamil-
ton in a win over the Sonics,
while Mario Brooks poured in
27 for the Braves in a 63-37
defeat of the Heat.
In Junior Girls play, there is
a logjam atop the standings
between the Comets (5-0),
Nets and Suns (both 4-1). Last
Tuesday, all three teams were
victorious.

Tri-Star skills winners
Here are the winners by age


group from the Tri-Star Bas-
ketball Skills Contest held Jan.
28 at Tomlin Middle School's
gym: Carson Knox and Shelby
Keeley (8-year-olds), P.J.
Almon and Ashley Rosa (9),
Jaynil Patel and Brooke Leon-
ard (10), Shawn Loftus and
Jordan Johnson (11), Miles
Tombrink and Ashley Nelson
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Lauren Morris (13).
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score on the shooting and
passing competitions, the
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IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE
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CUIT IN AND FOR HILLS-
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Case No: 06-DR-1514
Division: R
JENNY LYNN MONTGOM-
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Petitioner
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DAVID ELLIS MONTGOM-
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Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
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RIAGE
TO: DAVID ELLIS MONT-
GOMERY JR. Last Known
Address: Orient Road
County Jail 1201 Orient
Rd., Tampa, Fl 33619
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againstyou and you are re-
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MONTGOMERY, whose ad-
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Hills Blvd., Plant City, Ft
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6, 2006, and file the original
with the clerk of this Court
at 302 N. Michigan Ave,
Plant City, Fl 33563 before
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CLERK OF THE CIPCUITr
COURT
CHERYLSUMNER
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NO:2976 2/2;9;16;23,2006
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Notice is hereby given that
on Friday 24, 2006 at 9:45
a.m. BALLARb MINI- STOR-
AGE/AFFORDABLE STOR-
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Storage, 4935 Dr Martin Lu-
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Rental Units are leased to
and beleived to contain the
following:
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Allen Anthony, Household
Unit 131-Kristy Keller,
Household
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Household
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Cortez, Household
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4Br 3Ba 2200 square feet
189,000.00 New Con-
struction Warranty
40/20/10 (813)971-6953
(813)759-2959www.
stewarthomesfia.com
C10 Central
100 Tampa
EASTTAMPA
Like new 2brlba, built
'97, fenced. Best buy in
area. 3625 54th St.
Scorner of 30th Ave)
105,000813-263-3593
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS
beautifully restored 2/2
bungalow, 1011 E
Mohawk new: metal rf,
wood firs, CHA, appics.
$199,500. Jordan Ashley
RIty, 813-404-2255
1101 South Tampa I
BAYSHORE PENTHOUSE
large lbr, Iba w/office
area. Stunning Sunset,
Bay & GaspariI[a views.
Recent kitch., upgraded
carpet. $248,900 Brkrs
welcome 813-334-1184
Davis Island 4br 3ba Pool
Nice home! 2150sf$554k
-Appraised-
3br 3ba 2000 sf, new roof,
FP den, large family rm
$479K. 813-259-9146
SOUTH TAMPA, COME
AND SEE, Open House
Saturday 10-4pm. Beau-
tiful Cottage House.
2/1,1/4 ac, S/S appls,
granite, fncd yd. $256K.
3118 Paul. 813-545-1552
SOUTH TAMPA
New listing. 5001 Leona
St. 4 br 3 ba, pool, won-
derful home on beauti-
fulstreet. $498,500.
Drive by then Call
813-835-5790 .
1102 Northwest
CITRUS PARK Immac.
Lakefront, 2830sf
4br/3ba/2cg, gorgeous
view, pool/spa upgrade
galore, $475,000 (813)
732-56 5
n Northeast/
1 I New Tampa

HUNTER'S GREEN/ High
lands Condo. 2br lba
w/garden tub, fireplace,
sunroom, ground floor
open plan. Gated. FSBO.
$164,900.813-293-4409
HUNTER'S GREEN/ High
lands Condo. 2br lba
w/garden tub, fireplace,
sunroom, ground floor
openplan. Gated. FSBO.
$164,900.813-293-4409
East
104 Hillsborough

APOLLO BEACH 4Br, 2Ba,
2Cg, built '04 Large
Fenced Yard. Sun 1-4
$269,900, 7701 Monarch
Hill Wy, Home Search
RIty 813-484-2410
APOLLO BEACH,
Covington Part'. Open
House Sat 2.'18 s Sun
2/19,1-4. 3 br. 2 ba. 2 car
gar on conEervatiion
Pond. $2500) casl,.
:allowance to buyer.
1615 sf.$8K in upgrades,
cer tile thru-out.
$224,800. 7542 Oxford
Garden Cir. On Big Bend
Rd between 1-75 &Rt 41.
312-608-4910

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10 East
104 Hillsborough
APOLLO Beach & River-
view. $5000 down. New
homes, 3 & 4br we wel-
come bad credit. Lease
w/option to buy progs.
Mr. Moshe Azoulay
Point Rltr cell
813-500-2655,672-3436
BRANDON-3br, 2/zba,
2cg, 1878sf, ranch style,
oversized lot an pool,
fireplace, new kitch. ap-
p liances, many extras.
269,900 813-685-4405
BRANDON Great loca-
tion!!!! 2/2/1,1000 sq ft.
Inground pool screened
lanai fenced back yard,
newly remodeled
$189,900 (813) 927-6608
PLANT CITY, 2BR possible
3BR, 1BA, Frame Home
CH/A Ldry rm. approx
1100 sf, corner lot.
$115K. 813-707-2355
PLANT CITY, 6811 Dor-
many Rd, 3/2/3 on 1
acre. 1350sf living area,
$228K. 813-763-1821
Rid your garage of bugs -
VW Bugs that is! Place
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class 649.
PLANT CITY, GREAT DEAL
BRAND NEW HOME
4br/2ba, Built 2006
1307SF, $139,900
813-267-6740
PLANT City NEW 3/2/2 on
1 acre blinds, screened
lanai. Deed restricted.
Available Immediately
$275K SummersTeam
RE/MAX 813-766-3182
PLANT CITY Rent to own
Brand new 3/2/2. Bad
Credit Ok. $235K. or
$1300 mo. 407-736-8954
or 321-331-6793
RIVERVIEW, Open House,
4br/3ba/3cg. Buy a new
house, w/no $$down.
Many upgrades. Call
813-774-4495 for details.
561-644-0749 Rent Avail.
BUY OWNER PRIME SCC
location, lovely 2/2/2 in
St Andrews Estates. Ex-
tras galore, almost
2200sf, vaulted ceilings.
Must Sell. 813-633-6747

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'114 Waterfront I
Apollo Beach-Your dream
home! 3400 SF water-
front, priv. slip for boat.
FSBO. 624 Mirabay Blvd.
Apollo Bch 33572- Call
Ruthe 813-641-7309
THONOTOSASSA LAKE
Flint Lake Estates
Beautiful 1 acre lots with
lake access. Custom
built luxury homes, gat-
ed comm. Call Randy
813-267-6891.
WESLEY CHAPEL, 6+
Acres on Ski Size Lake,
Grandfather Oaks
Fenced for Horses 3/2
MH, $750K, Bridwell Re-
alty 813-256-3020
116K IHernando
SPRING HILL 4BR. JBA.
2CG. Built in 2005. C.1,st:
to pkwy $223,500 Call
Sue Smith, Keller
Willians Realty
(352) 650-5898
1116LI Highlands |
SEBRING 2 br 1.5 ba. NEW
'fridge, range, micro, dis-
posal, DW, cabinets,
a/c, firing & more! W/D
hkups. Asking $112,500.
863-471-9510


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S116S Pasco
LAND 0 LAKES beautiful
immaculate 3000 plus 4
Br, 3.5 ba, + office, +
bonus, waterview 1
year old $389,900 Call
Ari813-454-2114
11T | IEast Pasco I

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FOXBROOK Final Phase
Hurry for best selec-
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www.foxbrook.net
941-776-5155
1116WIPolk I
LAKELAND, Lovely 3/2
manuf on 1/ ac plus. Ig
scr porch $109.900. No
Assoc fees. Call Ros-
anne Bosies C-21 A & M
Realty. 813-765-5827
1174 Homes Newl
117D PortRicheyj

NEW PORT RICHEY
Your Credit is Approved
$9,000 MOVES YOU IN
4BR2BA NEW
1-800-408-7102 www.
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11211| Condominiuml
HYDE PARK private 2
bed/2 bath, upgraded
contemporary style w/
new s.s. appliances,
CH&A, pool (843)
298-1313
SOHO 2br/lba condo, se-
cure bldg, 2 pools, wood
floors, new paint, 2
blocks to water. Eric:
813-401-7997. $205,000.

-123 Townhouses I
SEMINOLE New 3/2.5/2,
$27k upgrad, $20k be-
0ow buier's price. 2088
sf in waterfront comm
$5k towards clos cost
430k. 813-855-4342.
12 Homesites
Lots
Durant 1 acre w/beautiful
landscape, ready to
build, impact fee's paid,
well/septic & power
polem nlace $SOK
B13-7 7-2108 7-4321
LIVE OAK, North Florida. 4
Acres, 293' road
frontage high & dry,
buildabfe lot $52,750.
386-776-1266

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Wooded Ac Lot, Gated
deed restricted commu-
nity, beautiful Wes-
twood Estate Sub-div.
$159,900.813-973-3502
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f1 Acreage I

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1126 Acreage I
HILLSBOROUGH/LITHIA
Beautiful 5 acres wood-
edlpart cird 4 MH or
build. Horse Ok No Deed
restrn 229K OBO/Negot
(813) 789-9912 Lve Msg
N. CENTRAL FLORIDA
L A N D
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MLS#'s 748702,80 Acres
$880,000 750506, Water-
front $68,000 750563,
Riverfront $65,000
Thompson Group, Inc.,
Broker Card Powell,
Agent 352-222-9590
RUSKIN- 55 acres close to
19th ave & US 41. County
water & sewer. Excel-
lent development possi-
bilities. $8,250,000
813-288-0770
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$149.900 Located 35 miles
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1143 | Out Of State |
BEAUTIFUL TENNESSEE
MOUNTAIN LOTS
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Horseback Riing, Near
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Get-A-Way. Utilities
Great Investment Prop-
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From. $15,900
931-839-2968
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community. 1 to 5 acre
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Minu-tes from
Chattanooga. Call today
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the River.
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1143 1 Out Of State |
FLORIDA Taylor County
Last chance to buy rea-
sonable priced land in
Florida 8,120 acres
$16,240,000. www.stre-
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404-362-8244 St. Regis
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You just can't Top a Con-
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GEORGIA 3.3 acre lot
w/incredible views of
prestigious Lake Oco-
nee. Georgia's hottest
market, upscale gated
subdivision. Wooded,
hillside, golf, horseback
riding, & more. 1 hr.
from, Atlanta. $159,000.
706- 833-0204
GEORGIA Bulloch Coun-
ty 3-4 bedroom, 2 bath
home with 2 car garage
on lakeview & pondview
lots. 1800sq $159,000.
Call 912-839-7500 or
e-mail: kladcox@hot-
mail.com

GEORGIA Colquitt Coun-
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house $96,000. Sac farm,
no house $35,000. Can fi-
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or email: kladcox@hot-
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GEORGIA Gated Com-
munity located on Ogee-
chee River, Bulloch
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w/two paved road en-
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Properties & Land In-
vestments, LLC
912-264-4462 www.gal-
andbrokers.com
GEORGIA LAND Seclud-
ed country bomesites &
acreage in Middle Geor-
gia area w/hardwoods
& pines.3 acre minimum
Located neat Vidalia &
Dublin. Starting price
$2650/acre. CalFOwner
912-529-6198


1143 1 Out of State |
GEORGIA SPORTSMAN'S
PARADISE 231 acres in
Montgomery Co.
$180,000 timber cruise,
deer, hogs & turkey,
$2895 per acre. Call.
Stewart 229-425-1807
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$113,750. Call Town &
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500 / d own ,
S105/month. 2 Acres -
154/month. 5 Acres -
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Clubhouse, pool, hottub,
activities. Lot $230/mo
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N.C. MOUNTAINS TENNESSEE MTN- ACRE-
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finish on 1 acre site, and River Access.
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Plant City, 55+ park 2/2
carport, split plan scn
rm on lake. Pool, club
house, golf. $11K Owner
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lot rent. 727-399-9533
Seffner 3br, 2ba, newly
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813-685-5296
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Commercial Prop.
Lease

S180i1 Ofc Space
S1 Lease

APOLLO BEACH office
space available off of
Route 41 & Apollo Beach
Blvd., ample parking,
$18-$20 per square foot.
Call 813-625-3333
Consult Classified for
Harleys, & Hondas & so
much more! Classified
has vehicles of all kinds
to make your dream ma-
chine materialize!
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
.in Retail
18C Space I
New Tampa Sublet lease
in busy strip center.
1320sf available. Am-
berly Shoppes/Tampa
Palms. $2500/mo
813-924-5540
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buyers will gallop to
your stable!
PLANT CITY 1000sf, ele-
gant historic dwntwn
bldg, old world charm,
Oui t .:, i5it.: 4.Tpa

Warehouse
180D -Business
Park Space
Busch Blvd. For sale/
lease/opt to buy. Ware-
house built 2003.1717 E.
Busch Blvd. 1000-12Ksf.
S109 per sale or lease
rom $675-$700 per 1000
sf. Security gate, 24 hr
access. 813-984-1533.
PLANT CITY airport, 1500
sfofc plus 2100 sfwhse.
$2250/mo. 813-752-2422


190
Commercial Prop.
Sale

1 Warehouses|
190L 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 ate, 24 hr
access.813-984-1533.


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200-249
Rentals

2 Apartments
205 Unfurnished

PLANT CITY 2br, lb
brand new, loft api
950sf in elegant history
Bldg dwntwn wd fir
13' ceilgs,Walk to shol
& restnts, W/D, CH
Quick access to 14
ampa. $875./rr
813-966-8245
210 Houses
21 1Unfurnished

AFB Area 6503 Entlewoc
Ave. 3br 1V/2ba 2 livir
rooms, $1,200/mo Mil
tary discount
813-857-2187
786-6606
APOLLO BEACH Bran
New, 4BR, 3BA, 3CI
w/bonus rm, covered
lanai, lake, all appliance
blinds, (awncare inc
$1795 mo. 813-789-266:
APOLLO BEACH execi
tive home for rent i
MiraBay,4br, 3ba,con
munity pool private
dock, $2906/montl
Call 813-361-546
BAY CREST 3Or. a13, 3c.
appls inci, 1250s
fenced back yard. sheik
$1,000 memc.d yard ;.-
vice. Sect 8 0
954-240-910?
CARROLLWOOD- 3br 2b
2cg in a qrei, I'-caior
washer & dryer. $130
mo. + utilities 2 mo
sec. dep. 732-859-852(
813-494-9779
GIBSONTON. 3/2/2 ApplO
blinds & upgrades.
RUSKIN. 5/3/2. Newl
constructed homes fo
rent or option.
Call Art: 941-779-5533
NORTH HYDE PARI
HOUSE FOR RENT Reno
vated 2 Bed, 1 bath
North Hyde Park; Full
renovated $1,050 pe
month. See pics o01
www.gcl Icpart
ners.com (941) 284-991
NORTHEAST TAMPA- 5b
2ba Concrete Block
CH/A, New carpeting
new paint. Ready ti
move in now. $0 Deposit
$1250/mo: Sec. 8 OK
813-376-0314
PLANT CITY 3/2 CB homi
CH/A, bonus room, ceil
ing fans, fenced yard
near town, storage
shed. $975. mo + $801
security First & last
913-659-3480
SE HILLS. CO. LAKEFRONT
4rd 2i 3. ,a:r i-.-ner
,un CEL Cir. W.i lr
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dOcfl O1400 m.) Davic
7,'31 S4 .1 7
Thonotosassa, Unique
2br, 2ba stone cottage
Lake view. All applian-
cess + Washer/Dryer.
$900 plus deposit. Nc
pets 813-748-8641
WESLEY CHAPEL
3br, 2ba, 2g, 1750sf, great
location, new home on
pond. Avail Feb 15th.
S1150/mo +sec.
813-787-4074&
WEST TAMPA 3br/lba,
new carpet, new paint,
central AC & heat, pets
ok. $1,000 mo. $506 dep.
Won't last!
813-333-3015.
:2121 Condominiuml
NEW TAMPA Tampa
Palms 2/2/1. A prox.
1200 sf, new condo. Gat-
ed comm pool hottub,
fitness, R-ball. $1195
mo. 813-743-4663.
The Quarter at Yb'or City.
Large 1br iba condo
covered parking, small
pets ok $950/mo.
813-766-4232.

USF AREA Remod.
2br,lba from $800/mo.
Gated, fit ctr, pool priv
park, new appi incl W/D.
727-643-7465Lic. REBkr

USF area-The Oaks 2br
2ba, washer & dryer, ca-
ble included, tile floors,
fireplace, walking dis-
tance to USF. $800 mo.
813-909-7068
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Square. pond view 2br
2ba all appliances --
W&b, pets ok, sec. dep.
w/lst & last mo rent.
$1050 mo. 813-909-7068.
Mobile
215' Homes
LUTZ near Hwy 41 & SR
54, 2br Iba & 3br Iba
Mobile Homes on Beau-
tiful lake in Park. reno-
vated CHA, $185/wk &up
$400 dep. 813-909-4645
PLANT CITY IBR, 1/4 ac
lot, clean, remodeled,
non-smoker, no indoor
Pets, 1-2 person. Refs &
back ground v $500 Dep.
$95/Wk. 813-766-0970


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3br/2ba, ch/a, w/d hoe
up $850 month $600
deposit. 813-685-2574.
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cs private rd, 2/2, CH/A a
sic kitchen apple w/island
s, Lots of shade. $675. +
o $800 deposit 752-5548
i+ 813-966-4621
no TURKEY CREEK Are
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813-754-3967
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id 227Farmland
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Plant City FL 33563
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EOE
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bookkeeper & collection
personnel. Please fax
resume to: 813-752-0194
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PLANT City Area Pre
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experience preferred
but not requires. Will
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HERDSMAN WANTED FOR
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Pet Fencing. National
company recruiting new
dealers. Modest invest-
ment. Excellent money
making business. Exclu- I
sive territories. Call
1-800-865-0495
www.dogguard.com
TEACHER Secondary En-
glsih, Christian Lady,
College Graduate for
Christian Girls School
salary & benefits. Call
Cindy Churchill
813-6S0-8700
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Brandon 901 W. Brandon Blvd.
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Education

1396 1 Schools
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from home. *Medical,
*Business, *Paralegal,
*Computers *Criminal
Justice. Job Placement
Assistance. Computer
provided. Financial aid if
qualify. (866)858-2121
www.onlinetide
watertech.com.

CLASSIFIED

WORKS
400-499
Merchandise

1400 1 Misc for Sale]
A + POOL HEATERS Facto-
ry Direct: Solar/Heat
Pump or Gas. Complete
Do-lt Yourself heater
kits. Phone quotes, in-
stallation most areas.
1-800-796-0951
www.TheEnergySuper-
M a r k e t c om
Lic#CWC029795/ln-
sured. Dealer Inquiries
Welcome'
AWNINGS ; 2' BRAND
NEW 5' Wide Black Can-
vas Bostonian Style
Window Awnings $1,000
OBO, (813) 878-2024
BATHTUB REFINISHING..
Renew / Change Color.
Tub, Tile, Sink&ChipRe-
pair. Commercial & Res-
idential. 5yrs. Warranty.
Quick Response, In-
sured. Serving Florida
Over 10yrs. 'Florida's
Tub Doctor.'
1-888-686-9005
CAT Cages (6) interlock'g
exc. for breeders. plas-
tic powder coated wires.
Exc cond NEW $2200
Sell $800 (863) 646-5296 I
TheKeyTo SAVINGSStart A
Herein Classified!
CERAMIC KILN, 50 plus
molds, too many
accessories to mention.
$1000 or best offer.
63-701-9651
DISH NETWORK C
SATELLITE EQUIPMENT
New or Used. Will pay
cash and pick up. r
(813)v376-3788
Garages, Barns Carports I
starting $595 Galva- p
nized steel. 2 Styles, 13
Colors. Free installation.
Call for free quote on
any size. Florida Certi-
fied 0lyear warranty
available. 386-736-0398
jcscarportsandgar- B
ages.com
GOLF CART Battery
Charge not lasting? We
recondition your batter-
ies to like new with war- C
ranty. Can come to you
All lead acid batteries. P
813-657-0454/267-7830 F
Alimark Power Inc. e


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.
T iTipa. lIi'9 Arider,:.:ri Pd
Ti3mipa I1611. l:.ru:e :. Owns Blvd
Tam p) |; : Ei1.t:e l:. Downs:, lR d
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1400 | Misc for Sale
MEMORY FOAM All Vis-
co New Orthopedic
NASA Mattresses War-
ranty. Cost $1995, sell,
$399, Queen; $499, King.
All sizes available. Free
Delivery! Original Tem-
pur-Pedic from $699.
Guaranteed Best Price!
Electric Adjustables for
Less! www.mat-
t r e s s d r c o m
1-866-476-0289,
813-493-1222,
727-733-9334
Need A Home Phone? Re-
ceive government As-
sistance? $18.49 Basic
Qualified with: Medic-
aid, Food Stamps,
AFDC/TANF, Sec 8, SSI,
LIHEAP. No Deposit, No
Credit Check.
1-866-447-2488, Ameri-
can DialTone, Se Habla
Espanol
POOLTABLE-8'Excalibur
S l]0O,, ) Harvard'
Col,-:-lion. Still Crrat-jl.
I Slat. Leaher Puck
-is IAll Acce;sores.Can
-i ,.er. COit $ 5 Sacri-
;.:e S135:. Ball Claw
$i[50. Ma,:ching Dining
Top $49S, wwn.e~eal,
burbilliards.com
561-868-2094,
954-648-9506,
813-273-8701
SIGNS FOR REAL ESTATE
Solar Powered Charges
by Day Lights at Night.
Special Introductory
Offer (863) 670-2915
With QUICK ACTION
rates, selling is asnap!
Call today or rates
TENTS Liquidation Sizes -
40x40, 40x60, 40x100
40x16b Start 'at $2006
Can be seen at Gator
Tools (813) 727-0007
WOLFF TANNING BEDS
Full Body units from $22
a month! Buy Direct and
Save. Free Color Cata-
log. Call Today!
1-800-711-0158
www.np.etstan.com

400A Misc. I
Wanted
Wantedto Buy: Old Coins.
Single coins, accumula-
tions, and, entire collec-
tions. Littleton Coin
Company in business
since 1945. Call
1-800-581-2646 e-mail
coinbuy@litileton-
coin.com Mention Code
B8K320
$$ PAID for WATCHES I
pocket & wrist. GOLD/
Silver Jewelry, Dia-
monds Call Gemologist
SAM (727) 804-7463
CLASSIFIED WORKS
4011 Auctions I
Auction-Luxury Ski Con- /
dominiums, Steamboat
Grand Resort Hotel &
Condominiums, Steam-
boat Springs, Colorado.
March 18,2006,at 10AM.
Daily previews.
www.Steamboat
irandAuction.com, David
L. Harley, broker
Lic.#ER40030654. (
02 Antiques/
402 Collectibles I

imerican Indian Items
Wanted. Old Rugs, Pots,
Jewelry, Bead Work etc
Pre 1960. Please call FL:
352-466-3013 or N.M. I
505-228-5974
ARBER chairs 2, pole lite,
shaving gear, pool table,
other game room items.
Must See B
813-737-3610
COLLECTOR Buying
Antiques, Silver, Clocks,
paintings, China,
furniture, Glass, Jewelry,
tc. (352)650-3293


4 I Antiques/
402 Collectibles

DEALER SPACE AVAIL
Bythe case ($25) orthesq
ft ($1.70 per). No comm.
Old Floridian Antique
Shop. 203 S Collins St,
Plant City. 813-416-1423
LIONEL TRAINS & Others.
Bought & sold. New &
used. All gauges.
813-677-5008

At www.Auctiontecs.com
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1406 Jeweiry |
ROLEX; Mens submariner
/SS black face w/date,
in box w/papers. By
owner. $3499 obo. Call
813-695-7060
WATCH- Rolex, 1999, Sub-
marine, Price $2950 obo.
PerItct Cn.olinn. Call
Carl,.t.,11 i40 4?06

I Stamps -
4 Coins- Booksi

Coins-Currency BU&ING!
Tampa's Oldest Coin
Store. Top Dollar Paid,
Cash. 5802 N Armenia
813-879-6670
WE BUY COINS!
Buying, selling, trading!
Over 38yrs exp. Buying
Silver & Gold coins. We
pay top $$. 813-792-2493
or 727-455-6196
14101| Furniture
aaa accent $1
BED $100
Qu. set, never used
813-477-9019
BED 195
Kg set, never used
813-477-9019
aaa accent $1
BED $75
Qu. set, never-used
813-833-1145
BED $50
Twin set, never used
813-870-0070'
Bedroom 7pc, $535
Never used 813-251-3134

Bed $125 "
A Brand Name Queen
/Full orthopedic illow
top mattress set. New in
plastic. With warranty
Can deliver 813-363-0097
BED $195 KING
Orthopedic Pillow Top
Matt. Set. New in plastic
w/wty. Can Del 363-0097
Memory Foam $495
Pillow Top Mattress
As on TV New in plastic
w/warr. 813-363-0097
BED $199
King name brand set
factory close out. Can
del.813-478-8995

BED $269
Qu pillow top set
w/wrnty. NEW in plastic
Can del. 813-478-8995
BED $389
Kg pillow top set
C/wrnty. NEW in plastic
Can del. 813-478-8995
BED 0 ACHES mattress
with quilted top. new
$115. Also barely used
$95 free delivery.
727-418-7579
BED Craftmatic adjust-
able bed/massage,
ueen. Used 6 months.
aid $3000, asking $650.
813-684-3910
CLASSIFIED
IS CONVENIENT


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.
Zephyrhills 7242 Gall Blvd.


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14101 Furniture 1410 | Furniture 418Air 426 Photography 431C Computers &
BED- Sealy Posturpedic, MEMORY FOAM 9I Conditioners 29TH ANNUAL-LARGO Equipment
Queen Mattress/Box MATTRESSES $199. Photo Equip Flea Market AMD 2800+New PC $399
spg,firm. lmo.old.New to$399.AnySize! A/C NewInBOX Sat.Feb.th 11-5p 64-bit,512mb,80gbHD,
Cond. Pd $1200, Will sell 8" SOLID FOAM Complete systems 2 ton Sun.Feb.12th 10-3p 52x CDRW, Windows XP.
$550813-391-6768 1-888-447-0957 $1695;.2ton$1795;3 MinregBdg6340126AvN OneYearWarranty
BUY ANYWHERE ELSE? ton $195; 3/ton$1995; FREECAMERACHECK ISORM.com Computers
BEDROOM 1-8pc YOU PAID TO MUCH!! 4 ton $2095; 5 ton $6.25 W/AD.954-564-1022 14918North FloridaAve
SOFA & Love Seat, By $2195. 5 yrs warr on all PHOTOSHOP CLASSES 813-264-0408
King/Queen Thomasvile, Traditional parts.UsedAc'savail.21 www.alliedpixels.com COMPUTER REPAIR $45
All Cherry, med finish. All Ivory w/coral stripe, yrs exp. State cert. Lic# $199(813)264-2633 *Flat Fee, Not per hour*
drawers American Perfect Cond. $425 for CAC057499Ca e MedcaISORMMon-Satto
dovetail never used still both 813-380-0158 813-661-2167 4 eiS1491O hS64 10 od8aAve
in box. Can deliver cost 1e L Equip. (813)264-0408
$4,500sell$1,575. SOFA & loveseat ACHEAT PUMP Systems
www.solidwood shaped, 2 dining room Clearance on al l10-12 ADJUSTABLE Bed,fully COMPUTERS! Dell Pen-
bedrooms.com struction material seer split systems, new elec, new top of the line tium IV desktop, $225.
813-293-7621 appls. exc cond in box with factory Simmons twin pillow- Comaq Pentium Ill
app13-298 -2454con warranty @ wholesale top with massage. $2395 desk op $80; Laptop
BEDROOM SET kin size prices. sample: Split NOW$1199813977-6655 Pentium ill, $325. Still
brass incl. SelectCom- V Valentine's DrawingV 2ton $726 3ton $825 Electric Scooter Electric havewarr813-770-6319
fort mattress w/remote, Come in to register 4ton $1055,Free Delivery MobElectric Scooter, Electk- Pill Computers, Monitors
dresser w/m$0 Firrr FOREVER WICKER* 727-243-4493 ets, $1500 obo & TV's starting 0 $25.
night stand $1,500 Firm, Ret ERfo WCpEn A/C 813-9i1-1222 LAPTOPS also available
352-263-1601 813-948-4802 Get Rdy31or2 LPOPnag va/C Visit Our showroom -
BEDROOMSET#Qn, whie, newinbox.5 yr Fact full of computerparts &
BEDRillowtop mattress, Warrty All Homes Sizes NCONTINENCE Supplies electronics! Call
$1000. Patio Set $150. 'r M.HomesA .2-ton'$1010. Cases of adult briefs, 813-886-1494 orvisit
Computer desk $50 .& 2Vz-ton $!060.3-ton liners, and underpads. 1102 North Rome Ave.
Computer desk h$50 & 1105 3-ton $1170 Allsizesavailable. Same TampaFL33607
more86 Fishha WALDEN ESTATE Prof. Install Lic RMO 0 day delivery. Prices as
813-653-4416sh wk WALDENESTATE -31291 813/453-9033 o as $38 per case 432 Commercial
BEDSAAA+ViSCO SALE 13 (96). 1-800-719-1618 I Equipment
ORTHO-PEDIC Nasa NEW ** S/DENT
Memory FoamnMattress Sofa&chair $195 RECONDITIONED UNITS SCOOTER & LIFT,
'-$399,K-$499 SofaSleeper 159 You Deserve the Best Chauffeur, UQUORstoreequipment:
FREEDeliveryw/ad! Queen No Flip Mattress Ptrices,.Service & In- $1,000 obo for both, Cooler walk-in; shelv-
ORIGINALTEMPURPEDIC Set 169 stails.eDoltRightThe Very GoodCondition. ng, wine racks; 2 oval,
FROM$699! GEWasher&Dryer 295 FirstTirnmeRA00 39944 813-752-7708 liquorlwine signs: com-
AIR& ADJUSTABLE GERefrigerator 195 REMINGTON AIR9;71-2206 We have great plans to p4Pr.13 54v5
All Sizes In Stock GEStove 59 help yousellyour home. SALON Equipment Hy.
7924W. Hillsborough 4pcBedroomSet .339 42n Musical Call & ask about our Buy- draulic Chairs (5), MaL
OPEN 10-6 Mon-Sat I" Instruments er's Choice photo page! (5), Stations w/mirrors
across from WINGHOUSE B & B OUTLET ( dryer/chairs (2).
www.mattressdr.com 115S.EVERSST Drum Set, Tama Swing Scooter, Pride Legend 3 $300obo.863-698-2041
813-889-9020 PLANTCITY 813-759864 Star, 5 c, dbl Cobra paity, A Con Consult Classified for
866-476-0289 ANYTIME! TURN TO CLASSIFIED'S pedals, cymbals, all $700.813-920-6236. Harleys, & Hondas & so
rchandise Columns Zildian, Some old type,
AMerchandseColumns ear bas SR16 dru Office quip. much more Classified
SDAYBED$295* our ricesaren g sa 1 ag ru m Office Equip. has vehicles of all kinds
Complete with 2 twin ontarget oryou! machine. 312 $750 obo.430 Furniture to makeyourdream ma-
malts & pop-up trundle ... u Sel 3e p l813-920-9312an I chine materialize!
New, never 2used can M eainMs net 3 tDrums, RollandElectric, 300Herman Miller AO3, STORAGE FACILITY
N ,ersedapime 4 poster Tam dbl base edde 6x6 Workstation STORAGE
deliver. 813-926-8507 Bedroom Setincluesar- VdrTmadlrCost p 6x6 Workstations. DOORS AND PANELS
moire and dresser full VdruN applifier. Cost Exc cond. Other Cubicles BRAND NEW! 10,000sf
DINING 11PC oi425 OBO. UST $2400 New.3.mo. old. available. Call for BESTOFFER
All cherry 92" 2 pedestal SELL MOVING! $1100.863-258-3910. details. 727-647-1853 813-241-5276
tbl, 6 chrs & lgt d china 813-363-1464 Drums, Yamaha, 6 PC, Arm Chairs Desks *Files Restaurant
cab.new, retail$6K, sell Birch custom absolu e Used Office Furniture A34
$1799.813-478-8995 Api c. series. Zildjian, dblped specialist. Commercial Hotel Equip
1416 Appliances s dea2es.ne 10 e st C orCiaI
DINING ROOMSEthi- I I decades. Newv$4 00. i Qity. At wholesale pric-
DINING ROOM SET, It. Ch Aiances-Absolute lst$2200. 863-258-3910. es!! EOF813-877-9400 Concession TrIr. 8x14 St
Cabinet Tb,4Chairse A p -Appv'd activelic. Steam
It wd, $1,100. BEDROOM o p west $ Guaranteede ORGAN Lowrey Pageant Chairs! Chairs! Chairs tableppd moreElectric/
SET, resser w/ Mirror, Delivery. Wood's LC1u less than yr ol Over 500 used chairs table & mreElectric/
chest, Night StandHB Appliances $74.0 up. Purchased for $6,997, stock. Multi functional gas/wterho
Itwd,$600.813-920-7511 7604Broadway 626-7787 will sell for $6,000. mid bckchair$59; much $8,500.813-784973.
8307Armenia 933-8288 727-808-9745 more! EOF813-877-9317 Pizza Parlor Eqpmt al-
DINING ROOM SET APPLIANCES BEST PRIC- PIANO Kimball upright, Cubicles- Steel case most new mixrs, ovens,
Early1900's ES IN TOWN!,Large s- great condo comes Herman Miller, AIlteel booths, etbls chrs ice
103 pI7154 election of washers, dry- w/bench. $80 and much more. 70% Off etc orth90k,
813-3-7549 ers, stoves & refrigera- 813-654-2401 after 5p Retail. 6x6 From $399 ask$25K 813.965.8377
ntertainmnt tors. $79550 & up. War- PIANO SALE, New & Used EOF 13-877-9400 REFRIGERATORS
EntertainmentCtr ran & delivery in lim- Most Popular Brands Desks! Files! Chairs! Commercial. Glass
All wood, cherry or oak, its. don't gamble, know incl.CDPlayerGrands Largestqualityselection doors and S/S. Also
lightedw/beveled glass your dealer! 45 yrsexp Owner/Operator27Yrs in TampaBayarea" Walk-In Coolers. Exc
doors, accommodates 7604 roadway26-777 BestPrces& Value Unbeatable$$! E.OF. condition. 813-621-0045
up to 65" wide screen 8307Armenia 933-8288. Call 1813-855-1227 813-877-9317 Restaurant Equip: 5x7
TV. Costs $3200 NEVER *APPLIANCES** pianospianosinc.com hen u ified c
USED sellfor$1950.1Can DRYER$99Whenyou read Classified COoler-dbl door, exc
deliver. 813-293-1743 DRYER$9b9 PIANO, Yamaha C-3, 6'01" it's. HELLO...GOOD BUY!i cond.a1 Sandwich press
WASHER$140 black, New $30,000; 2 stainless steel tables,
FORMAL DINING SET, FRIDGE$150 Sell Like New$8,000 EXEC Desk L-Desk Re- 1-3 bin sink (bellytype).
setting for 8 China ito Month Warranty w/5vearWarranty. cept Cubicle xec 727-461-9899
Cabinet,fully lighted all AUTHORIZED MAYTAG 727-542-0132 chairs, Office Chairs &
mahogany. $2,000 OBO. 4000 W Kennedy 281-0777 Misc. oriental Rugs, All SLUSH/Soft serve dis-
Call813-681-3664 PARTSTODAY PIANOS: Yamaha G-3 Quality,813-453-2806 penser Taylor Model
11900 Nebraska 972-4242 black, nice cond., $6500. YL4212.$695obo.
TN$19 ,. Baldwin Howard, nice Files Files Files Call 863-665-1086
FUTONI $195 Mom & Pops Apglianc- condition $2500. Commercial Grade & Qlty
Oak w/xtra thick matt es$75 & up, W/h, Stove Call 727-542-0132 5 Drawer Lat. Files$200
New in boxes Can & efr.1001430th St. 4rwrVrt.$69 iknew Youll findvaluebuysad-
deliver. 813-363-0097 Free Delivery PLAYER PIANO with 4DrwrEOF 8Vert.$613-877-9400 vertied in classified
813-632-9620;"335-5788 bench.m anual or Elr- EOF813-877-9c400 vertised in classified
FUTON Stric, AP Stark Manufac- OFFICE FURNITURE Steam tblhis, heat lamps,
CLASSIFIED turer 40+ Rolls. $850 LIKENEW!Regencyoffice display cab, fryers,
Medium oak, honey fin- IS CONVENIENT 813-949-1671 suite in cherry veneer sinks, shelves, wk tbls,
ish, 9 layer ma innew REFRIGERATOR- Whirl- VIOLINS 00 German to include 2 large fans, ice cream equip.,
box, cost $625, sell $315 VIOLS $100, German executive desks, two grills, food trlr. Bargain
bxool,11 $ I Vert Drs, White, $150. Viola $150. Cellos bridges, one credenza prices 813-677-9634
813-293-1743 s Shelves, Water/Ice- $319. Cases & Bows. w/hutch, one book case
Ondoor.Used1mo.Sel Mandolins $120. Guitars & one freestanding 40 Builder's
HOUSEHOLD FOR SALE $550813-391-6768 150. Trumets Flutes& lateral file. Paid $6000 Supplies
Furn Hig -End.eAust VACUUM RAINBOW larinets 99. Rentals one year ao, must
Sell!! Bdrm Hemingwa with attachments, Ex- & del avail, repairs, (813) sacrifice for 0$ Will BAMBOO FLOORING
8ocretail $8K, sel cellent condition used 655-655472 -945-9427 divide.727-403-4098 Natural & carbonized
$250. Lane leather very little. $360 44 Radio TV, & STEELCASE & HERMAN $2.79 per square foot
ectional, retail$6K, sell 81-907-1756 4 Miller Workstations All Immediate pick up or
$2450 813-478-8995 1I 11 sizes. Lowest Prices! delivery. 813-494-6544
Like new Fla furniture: 1 WASHERORDRYER FREE DIRECTV 4iRoom Stan 813-966-1072 almost CARPET Thick & Plush
complete LR, DR & $100 Great condition System! NO Credit Card newworkstations.com Hottest Looks, Quality
bedroom. Cane wicker Candeliverw/warranty. Required! Access 225+ Used Desks from $50.00 CLuxurious, BelowDealter
$1500 for all. Don813-300-6714 Channels! FREE HBO, NewDesksfrom$249.00 Cost!1st Quality,Dalton
1634-7 SHOWTIME, STARZ 3 All in stock. Hon Desks & weeklyshipments.
411"7 Telephones/ Months! Starts $29.99 Chairsfrom50-70% OFF. Commercial~carpets
Mattress $100 141 Pagers Ask about FREE DVR1- 635.9255/5414N56thST available, weinstall too!
Brand Name Orthopedic, EXPRESS LONG DIS- 800-373-902124/7 Wb I'll bring cuttings to you
Queen or Full Set. TANCE Moving to New RteE D OC dit rd o today off our rolls.
KingY$195 York, New England &all Sytem OCredtCrd B' ENTRY DOORS 8' high,
All 100% new in plastic, s wa us Channels! FREE HBO metal, pre hung like
NOT REBUILT Can tomerratedA,+ .Free s- SHOWTIME, STARZ We Buy Office Furniture!! new with all hardware
Deliver813-363-0097 timates & friendly ser- Months! Starts $29.99 Top Dollar Paid $$$ $275 complete
vice. Credit cars ac- Ask about FREE DVR1- Economy Office Furniture 813-404-0938
MATTRESSES cialists.Lic#MC29938. -373-92124/7 813-877-9317 GENERAL CONTRACTOR
3 sets, double sided pil- 1-800-941-3767 I ATT has large overage of
Never used. Can deliver. No Home Phone Service non-working Big Screen 431 Equipment electrical tile & etc
King set-$345. $24.95 Basic Get Recon- Televisions. Please Equipment All must go! 727-793-9777
Q st27taed Quic5kly!vLok Call 813-986 -1229 Best Offer!
Fullset-$40 distance plans avai- 986-1229 AMD $99 Internet Ready est er
able, nodeposit. Trans- SPEAKERS, (5) Energy Computer. Laptops GENERATOR- Sears
813-293-7621 er service keep same Connoisseur Home The- starting at $149. New Craftsman, 4200W, Nev-
number. 1-88-487-8286 after speakers, excellent systems starting at er used, still in the box.
TheKeyToSAVINGSStart & 1-800-813-9235. Insta- condition, like new, $299.1031W. Busch $60O Call Bob at
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tional. Pioneer(800)668-
5422.
STEEL BUILDINGS, Facto-
ry Clearance New nev-
er erected 30x40, 40x60
5Ox100 and 60x100. Will
Sell for balance Call
Frank (800)803-7982.
12x24 Lark mfg, all steel
constr. 8' side wall elect
wiring incl. upgraded rf,
2 yrs old, private owner,
$4000, 813-601-1911
14451 Tools I
CONCRETE SAW Stihl
TS400,14", used 3 times,
paid $800, sell $700 obo.
813-996-7004.

GENERATORS Diesel 8000
watt water cooled, elec-
tric start! New $4,400;
take $2,100. Silent die-
sel. 3600 watt trucker,
RV or home back up gen-
erator with remote
start. New $3,200; sell
$1,400! Both never used.
usuallyhomedays@.hot-
mail.com My mobile is
toll free 877-525-8088
Machine Instruments
(Precision) and Machine
. Shop Tools. Best Offer.
813-633-1567
Misc. auto shop equip-
ment. Brake lathes AC,
wheel balancer, all or
part. 813-293-1988,
662-6675.
1A4I Machinery &
449 Heavy Equip.

Automotive Machine
Shop Equipment For
Sale 813-695-4937


Forklift-Tampa Forklift
since 1974. Parts Svc
Rentals, New:Used
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St 813-623-5251
Paint Booth, Devilbiss
Approx. Sz 16x12 com-
p ete $253000 obo

Shear 10 ga x8'6" Cincin-
atti $5800 obo. Bridge-
port Mill 9"x36" w/vise
$1700 obo. Both exc.
cond. Must sell, Moving.
S813-229-6188
4 Sporting
450 Goods |

BILLIARD TBL Am. Hen
tage, Dk Cherry w/beige
felt, 11/4" slate, match-
ing cab & equip. $1600
813-684-7704 416-4005
GOLF CART, EZ GO, 3whl,
windshield, top, lights,
seats4,batt1 yrol,
charger. Good condition.
$1000 obo. 813-309-1622
Guided Quail Hunt, 1/2 Day
Bookings, Dream Lakes
Hunting Preserve.
Barrow FL
863-640-7783
GUN collection: Winches-
ter model 92 and Com-
memoratives, Spring-
field 1903, Mauser 1893,
shot guns, more. Low
prices. 813-994-9443
Web #122585

ick Buy
GUN: conceal carry per-
mit classes $40. Sun-
days 1-5. Great selection
of new light weight easy
conceal handguns start-
ing at $179.
Call for reservations
813-210-4867(GUNS)
POOL TABLE $1250
4'x 8' Pro Series, solid
wood. I" slate, leather
p .kets. K 66 rails Ball
and Claw feet, Worth 5K.
New in crate.
Liletime warranty.
Prolessior al ,nsalaiion
avail 813 363-0097
Want Ads


450 Sporting Nurseriesi
I Goods I Trees


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
SCUBA DIVE GEAR,
Brand new Luxfer 80
blue tank, Ladyhawk
small BC, regulator and
weights, w/dive com-
puter Paid $1500. Asking
$1100813-643-0443
CONCEALED WEAPONS
CLASSES
Class D, Class G
& Class G Requalification
813-643-1370 245-2719
HUNT ELK, Red Stag
Whitetail Buffalo, Wird
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.
1I Exercise
451 Equipment

Bowflex Tread Climber
5000, used only a few
times. Pd $2600, sell
$1550.813-929-0527

TREADMILL NORDITRACK
In very good working
condition. $499 OBO,
(813)928-1248
TREADMILL, Trotter 700T
by Cybex, commercial
grade, bought from
Gold's Gym. Exc. Cond.
New $7000. Sell $1500.
813-625-5625
WEIDER Cross Bow Plati-
num, Every Option,
Folds up, New Cond
Paid $1,200 Asking $606
813-842-0888
j452 | Bicycle/Svcs I
Bike Sale, Cannondale -
1 tandem racing & 2 reg-
ular racing, Shamano
equipped.
813-383-4687
14531 What's Free I
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
www. osportsfan.com
(800) 784-7694
1 Health
456 Products

NEW MOTORIZED
WHEELCHAIRS "No
Cost" If Eligible. Scooter
Type / Hospital Beds /
Manual Chairs. We Ac-
cept Medicare & Private
Insurance. Free Delivery
Helping Hands Medical
Equipment Call Toll-
Free 1-877-667-7088.
Hablamos Espanol.
ORDER MEDS ONLINE OR
BY PHONE Phentermine,
Soma, Ambien, Adipex,
Carisoprodol, Ultram,
Viagra, Methocarbamol,
Levitra. No previous
rescriptiion required.
ailI toll free
1-866-438-6656 or
www.1ntegraRx.com
1465 Law Grn G
FREE HORSE MANURE!
Great For Gardens!
YOU HAUL!!
Local delivery available.
813-661-1096
PALM CLEARANCE Cold
hardy, drought tolerant
Healthy. Pineapple,
Reclinatas Paurotis
Pindo.6ft to25ft ,Field
grown. East of Plant City.
813 752 7506 #47218151
I Nurseries/
469 Trees
100'S Grapefruit, Lemon,
Tangerine, Orange, Lime
Peach, Plum Fig, Banana
Persimmon Pecan, Etc &
Flowering Trees $10 UP
813-752-4938 #47216934
Web#109644


BAMBOO TREE STAKES
5'x3/4" Lic.
813-363-7875
Blueberry Plants Gal Con-
tainer, heavy rooted,
discount for 500+ .
Call 813-244-5877
Lithia#47236647
KNIGHT'S NURSERY
Azaleas Camellias, Wis-
teria, Boxwood, Garde-
nia, Bottle Brush, Palms,
Tabebuia Crotons and
much MORE. Airport Rd
Plant City #04710685
813-752-7676
Large Laurel & Live Oak
Washingtonias, Pygmy
Date Pams. #4723f588
Free Delivery Anywhere,
We Install. 800-304-1991
LIVE OAKS,
45 GAL, 4" CAL, 14'..$75
25GAL 3" CAL, 12'..$50
15GAL, 2" CAL 8'..$25
748-8641 Reg #47220672
New and Used Nursery
Pots, 1,3,7 & 15 gal. Sale
or Trade for 45 gal and
up. Bobbie 813-363-
9925. Lic #47229733
Spot Advertising Works


Nursery Liquidation Sale
container trees, nothing
over 15 gal, nothing over
$30. Bobbie 813-363-
9925. Lic #47229733
480 1Dogs I
AKITA PUPS AKC, cham-
pion bloodlines, very
flashy. Must See! Call
813-690-2158. .

AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD
Minis, Reg. All Colors,
Males & Females, Shots
& Wormed, Ready to Go!
$400-$600 352-628-0048
BASSET HOUND PUPS,
AKC, 8 weeks, hith certs,
all tri-color, boys & girls.
$400
904-259-8299
BEAGLE Puppies, 5/M Tri
colored, full blood, par-
ents on premises, health
certificate. $350. each
813-928-6417 or
813-986-4291
Beagle Pups AKC, 6 wks,
1st shots worked, 14
males; $300 each, 2 fe-
males; $350 each. Very
frisky. 813-361-0352
Beagles 2 females, AKC
reg, health certs, 1st
shots. $400 apiece. 8
wks old. Ready.
863-781-1369
Bichon Puppies gorgeous
nonshedding, family
raised, AKC H/C, 8 wks
$500 & up. 352-220-0351
conten eddogs.com
BLUE HEELER PUPS
out of working stock, par-
ents on premises, $275
each. 813-355-6234
You just can't Top a Con-
vertible! Turn to Classi-
fied when shopping for
another Auto!
BOSTON Terrier pups.
born onxmas. Adorable
Perfect for Valentines!
AKC, HC, first shots,
$600.813-230-9350
BOSTON TERRIER AKC
reg.,11wksM,blk&wht
w/some brindle. HC &
shots. Good with kids
$500. (863) 537-5705
Bull Mastiff AKC, cham-
pion bloodlines, Big and
Beautiful, pick of the lit-
ter. $1,500.941-544-4824
or 941-322-6709
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
Cocker Spaniel Pups, 8
wks, Buff color, 3 males
3 females, shots, POP,
$300.813-671-0128
(Summerfield Crossings)
CORGI Pembroke Pups
AKC, 12 weeks, Health
Cert, Tri color, Parents
on Premises, $400
352-628-5738
CORGI PEMBROKE AKC
Puppies, health certs.
Ready Now.
C. Cards OK. 352-523-1360
813-299-1626
Weba l1017

,icik, .B'uv
DACHSHUNDS, MINI, CKC
reg, hith chk, long hair,
assort color, 8 wks on
2/3, $500 & up. Lenny
813-610-7610* 872-7716
CLASSIFIED WORKS
Doberman Puppies.AKC
Shots, tails & dew claws
ready to go. Parents on
prem.$500M $600F
813.951.2914
DOG Male Yellow Lab-
ready for breeding. Will
breed w/Lab or Poodle.
AKC registered. Gor-
geous dog. 813-784-5749
ENGLISH BULLDOG Pup-
pies. Champion Pedi-
gree. Available Febru-
ary 4th. $1700 $2100,
863-255-8280
ENGLISH BULLDOG pups
63 Champion AKC Reg.
M's & F's. Fawn & whi e
$1500' Dep. $500 Avail
2/19 (863)409-6629
ENGLISH Mastiff Puppies,
fawn w/black mouth,
AKC, Champion blood-
lines, 6 males, 2 females,
hith certs. 813-909-7493
FREE pups, 1F/4M 1/2 Gold-
en Retriever /z Neighbor
dog. 813-759-6511
French Bulldog Pups,
AKC, shots, M/F, 8
wlVks.& up ia1800l 2400
Casn Only. Call
727-e68-2(099 207 1825.
Webn 117543


German Shepards Wnhie.
Puppies 9 weeks old.
ready to go POP.2 M,
3 F. vfYtheciCed'
Call t8131617-7966.
GERMAN Snepherd pups,
I 11 wks. Fish Hawlk area.
parents on premises.
ales $450* Females
$350.. 813,685-4072
Gernnan Shepherds, AKC
Puppies 8 wks. Big
owned Tri's, shots
wormed. Duke's $800.00
813-621-6598


1480 Dogs
GOLDEN RETRIEVERS
PUPPIES Beautiful,
Golden Retrivers Pup-
pies, 8 weeks Old ready
to go now.AKC Dad
Champion $500 OBO,
(813)9275147
Great Dane Pups, 4-F, 1-M
merle, ready March
18th, AKC, hith cert, top
bloodlines $450-$850.
Adult wht fern, spade
hearing & vision good
$450 352-666-0446
JACK RUSSELL PUPPIES,
short legged, short
haired, tails docked,
shots, ready for homes,
$350-$400.813-326-5615
Web #122464


JACK RUSSELL Terriers,
Registered smooth
coats, $600 and up. Vari-
ety of sizes & Colors.
Raised in home. See us
atwww.suavestylin
jacks.com 813-741-2510
LAB PUPS
AKC, black, 8 wks 1st
shots wormed $425.
813-782-4015
LAB Pups, AKC, BIk Hd
Health Certs Shots,
Home Raised, Paper
Trained, Bk & Yellow
$500-$800 813-325-3647
LAB PUPS. AKC regis-
tered. shots, wormed
ready to go. $450.
850-971-5428 or
850-673-7424
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots
wormed, vet cert. Block
head, champ, bkgrd.
Pedigrees. Parents/
grandparents on site.
$450 & up 352-307-0772
LABRADOODLE FIB "MR
WONDERFUL" CKC,
Cream, M, 6 mo. Pup.
Thick curly hair, non
shedding, housebroken.
$750 352-489-2111
LABRADOODLE F1/F1B
QUALITY pups, CKC, CH
& OFA howardspuppy
haven.corn $900
386-364-8345
MALTESE AKC Ready on
Valentine's Day, 2 M's
$800 ea., IF $1000, HC.
czlakeland@aol.com
(863)221-7449
Web #91283


MALTESE PUPS, females
$1,000; males $800.
Available now! Regis-
tered, health certifi-
cates, 813-784-3245
MASTIFF Bull puppies, 4
boys, $300. 3 girls, $400.
Ready 1/30.
813-473-3552
Web V129990

Wl" 9
Papillon Pups AKC
Champ. 9wks, shots, pa-
per trained. Tri colOr,
$700. Adults also best
offer. 813-247-1378
PEEKAPOO, beautiful
white female, 9 wks,
Maltese/Peekapoo M,
bik & wht 8 wks. $425.
352-795-2040/ 422-7248
Pembroke Welsh Corgi
AKC 3 M $750ea. 3 F $850
ea. POP, bik tri, vet v ,
1st shots, ready Mar 19
kaykelsch@hot
mail.com 941-747-9847
PIT BULL COLBY PUPS
Farm raised, big heads&
chest. Exc. Bloodline.
$200-$250 813-779-7659
13-714-2835
PIT BULL Female for
adoption to good home,
65 Dam. 813-325-9474

POMERANIAN PUPPIES
Pure bred, 2 White
Males, 1 Cream Female,
1 Male Sable. For loving
home. $300 Must Sell
813-990-9490
POODLE Reg dk brw or
apricot. 2 Male/2 Fe-
male, Health cert. $350
and up 813-298-3256 or
752-9207 Ready 2/28
Pug Pups AKC-CKC Also
Peekingese Pups, CKC.
family raised. Playful &
Pudgy, $500-700.
www.pekesandougs
.corn (352)591-2271

Puppies 4 Sale
Park Ave. Puppy
813-662-2592
Lic# P05062440
Spot Advertising Works
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1411 Super Savers
TRUCK topper sm 62X75
fiberglass White $200.
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1480| Dogs

RATTERRIER PUP
male, great w/kids, $200
obo. Call 813-361-1558

Rat Terrier Pups, UKCI,
Great family pet, Tiny
Toys to minis. $350-450.
www.mccartysratter
riers.com (352) 591-2271
Is your life too cluttered?
Do you need more
space? Then unplug
your old appliances,
shed your unwanted ap-
parel and unload your
used furniture with an
ad in the Classified mer-
chandise columns!
RED Nose Pit Bulls 3 solid
wht, 4 brendle/wht, 3
male, 4 fem, POP, 1st &
2nd shots. $200-$275.
Call 813-886-7313
ROTTWEILER F/2 year old
shots, good with older
children Good home on-
ly $100. 813-759-9527
WEED out your old lawn
mower with an ad in
class 460!
SAINT BERNARD Pups,
Champion Blood line,
AKC/health certs. $800.
for photos http://brac
corp.com/saints.html
352-787-1270

SCHNAUZER, Mini
S/P, 2-M, 9 wks. POP,
shots, $375 cash,
813-963-1005
For Results
Classified Ads
SCHNAUZER Mini black &
silver male, 10/18/05,
AKC, hith cert, 1 yr hith
guar. Parents are show
ogs w/all Champion
bloodlines. For the very
best in this breed call
813-368-3312 $1600.
Visit: www.love
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SCOTTISH TERRIER
PUPS-AKC, Black &
Wheaton color, $400.
Some w/champ blood-
line. 386-574-5238.

Want Ads
SHIH TZU,AKC,2 year old
male, shots.loveable
pia rul, h'jou.ebr',l:en.
Needs' large fer-ced
yard.$150.6 3.J 59 3068
SHIH TZU Pups Imperial
Breed, AKC, 1 male left
bilk & white, Must sell
Shots & Papers, $400.00
'813-780-2773 .. ..
Sail Away With Savings -
see Class 585 for a great
selection of sailboats!
WEIMARANER PUPPIES 6
wks & RTG home! AKC
shots, tails docked,
dewclaws rmvd. Silver
males, $500 ea Call Jen
(334)447-0327/0326
YORKIE MINI PUPPIES,
CKC, champion blood-
lines, tiny adorable.
$795. 941-544-4824 or
941-322-6709
YORKIE PUPPIES-Quality,
reg, toy sized, baby
face, family raised M/F,
8wks, H/C. 352-220-0351
contentedpuppies.com


1480 I Dogs |

ADORABLE
PUPPY SALE

IPetland

A Selection of More
Than 50 Puppies
Beagle, Bichon Boxer
Chihuahua, Dachshund,
Lab, Pomeranian, Poodle,
Pu, ShihTzu, Husky,
Silky, WestieYorkie
plus many, many more
All Puppies Come With:
I 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
3800N. Hwy 98
863-859-6886
Petland Tampa
7699 W. Waters Ave
813-249-8700
M-F 11-9
Sat 10-9 Sun 11-7
Visa Mc, Amex, Discover
100% Financing Available
P04-070213
|481 | Cats I
CAT, Free very lovable
BIk/White, male. Needs
a good home. Patches
survived the PLant City
Fire. He is declawed&
very good indoors. He is
about 112 yrs old.
813-719-3770

V Kittens & CatsV
Free to good home. Spay-
ed, neutered some vac-
cines (813) 963-6612
MINI JUNGLE CATS Rare
hybrid kittens. TICA
registered, beautiful
and social. (321)
221-2996
TABBY, GRAY AND
WHITE, Rescued kitty
approx 2 yrs old needs
loving home. Call Janet:
(813) 643-0804
1482 1Birds
MACAW Blue & Gold male
comes w/ new big cage,
Wheeled perch, oys &
training book. Make
offer. 727-459-6242
484 Misc Pets/
484 Services

AQUARIUM 65 gallons,
reef ready with live rock
and fish. Complete set
up with cabinet $850.
813-355-1952
Aquarium, 90 gal, living
reef, complete w/halide
fighting & chiller lots of
extras. All you'll need!
$2500.813-677-8288
FISH TANK- 150 Gal. Cus-
tom Salt Water Tank,
Handcrafted Wood-
work, Viewable from 3
sides. Hood opens on 2
sides. Drilled. Must See.
$950 813-597-4459
Premium Fiji live rock,
$2.99 per pound.
Thousands of marine
Fish and Invertabrates
at the lowest prices in
the Tampa area. Life
Oceanic, 813-649-1000


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
'Riverview- 9817 S. U.S. 301
Riverview 3603 S. Faulkenburg Rd
Valrico 3629 E. S.R. 60
Wesley Chapel -27219 S.R. 54
Zephyrhills 38544 5th Ave.


1 498 1 Estate Sales I Garage, Yard
ISUNCITYCENTER Sales, Etc.
CINDY'SESTATESALE PLANT CITY, E. Walden
967-0416 Lake, 1426 Sandalwood
2009 Eastview Drive, Sat 2/11.8AM til?
(ElRanchoN.toCaloosa NO EARLYBIRDS
Blvd follow signs)
FrilOth&Satllth 8-2 Plant City Multi family
Sectional sofa, recliners, yard sale. 415 N. Wilder
sofa, coffee & end this, Rd. Children's clothing,
pictures, lamps, TV's, toys, etc. Some antiques
rattan sleeper sofa & collectibles, general
chrs, DR tbi w/6 chrs household items. 7am-
hutch kitch tbl w/4 2pm Sat. Feb.ll
chrs, BR twin rattan bds
dresser & night tIbs, fullPLANT CITY, Thurs 2/12 &
BR set nati thi w/4 Fri 2/13, 8-4. Welder,
chrs, BB gril, 96 golf Craftsman band saw, 2
cart '00 Chrysler van 10" Craftsman Table
w/lift chr by Pride, kit saws,4Mazdawheels&
misc.Toomuchtolist! tires 13" 4x24 Sander,
Gas & elect air compres-
Garage, Yard sors, elec oven, seed
499 ales, Etc planter, refrig, push
ales, c. mowers, 1 riding mow-
er: Gravely 1132, dryer,
DOVER,3105S. ForbesRd, lots of hand tools 48x30
Sat Feb11 8:00AM til, pants, 191/2 shirts, 3al-
Adult & Baby Clothes & um tool boxes-1 for full
Items, Walker, Swing, sz truck & 2 for sml &
Toys, Cradle, Furniture lots of other items.
Dover M V
5810 Hwy 92 West
Feb 10&11,8am
25 familiesING
Books, microwave, TVs, M OVIN
mower, clothes,
household goods & PLANT CITY, Walden
miscellaneous; Lake 2003 Country Club
Durant, 6502 Durant Rd, Court, Sat, Feb 11,8AM-
Fri & Sat 8AM antiques, 12, noon furniture,
furniture, clothes, pop clothes, excerise equip-
up camper& More. ment& MUCH MOR
Garden Club of PlantCity PLANT CITY, Walden
will hold a fund raising Lake, 2610 Clubhouse
garage sale @ the club Dr, Sat Feb11. 7AM-
ose at 1112 N. Wheeler NOON. Sink & faucets, 6
Ston 2/11,am-12. HP Chryler outboard
motor & Lots of misc
PLANT CITY- Items
101 Williams Road, Satur- F M nl
day 2/11 7am Baby and Iflh \\ i
household items VIN

PLANT CITY, Walden
Lake 4206 Barret Ave,
adr insw Sat, Feb 11, 8:30-2:30.
EVERYTHINd MUST GO
PLANT CITY,. 171 Lake-
view Dr (Country TURKEY Creek Area, Fri &
Woods) Thur & Fri Feb 9 Sat 2/10 & 11. 9AM-2PM,
& 10, 9AM-4PM Lots of New CD's, DVD's VHS's
Christmes Stuff, Furni- Movies, Odd & Ends &
ture. Odd & Ends Misc MORE
Little Bit of everything TURKEY CREEK Area 3841
PLANT CITY, 2505 W. Risk Lone Oak Rd off Turkey
St, Behind Tomlin Creek Rd 1/2 mile S. of
School, Thur & Fri Feb 9 Trapnell Rd. Sat Feb 11,
& 10. Lotsof Misc 8AM-3PM. children
items some furniture,
PLANT City, 3802 Wilder Pea shelter, canning &
Loop, Sat 1/11. Trampo- misc items
line, households,
clothes, chair, dresser TURKEY CREEK Area
books, videos, toys, belt 5104 W.Trapnell Rd, Sat
sander, chainsaw, pres- 2/11,8AM, 3 familysale
sure washer, trolling TV's clothes Collect-
motor tools, plants, ibles, lots of misc To
utility trailer. much list.
PLANT CITY 3829 Dove 500-549
Run Road off Bob Head
SRd, Fri, Feb 108:30AM til Farmer's Market
? Lots of clothes, tools,
Irrigation supplies, toys
and More.50 Fruits &
PLANT City 609 N Evers 500 Vegetables
St, Fri & Sat 8-? Multi
family sale, great items, InStant Blueberry Grover
historic district. Ifyou have 1/2 ac + why
PLANT CITY 911 Crystal wait 3 yrs to get fruit &
TerraceoffCalhnounSat, make money? Full
Feb 11, clothes kitchen- rown plants (selling
ware, books collect- rand) I5 ea (min 200)
ibles, dolls I jewelry. 813-926-0990
RAINDATESAT, FEB18 15101 Farm Equip. I
PLANT City, E Walden
Lake 1407 Timberlane & Kubota L2000 Tractor, 3
Sandlewood., Fri & Sat, cyl. diesel, 3. hitch, runs
Sun. Furniture, Clothes, great $1,800
dishes, pots, pans, stor- Call (352)799-1833
age shed & much more or (813)244-9244
Want Ads Spot Advertising Works


Tampa 5604 N. Hesperides
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 Aye.
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
Tampa 7301 Temple Terrace Hwy.
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1510 Farm Equip. |
TRACTOR '94 Massey Fer-
guson 240, Diesel 6 Cut-
er, 6' Disc, 5' Rototiller,
6' Box Blade, Post Hole
Digger w/6" augur.
$8500. 813-433-4968.
Tractor, Ford 3400, New
engine, rear tires, alter-
nator, clutch. Incl. Box
blade, bush hog mower,
boom pole ferz. spread-
er, trailer. $7000 obo.
813-920-9312
r Horses &
52a Livestock a

Animals of all types at af-
fordable prices. Don-
keys, jennys & jacks and
minis, Horses or riding.
Nice paints and fillies.
Roosters, turkeys, gui-
nieas, pigeons, geese,
goats, sheep, cattle. I
buy ortrade. I pay cash,
and pick up or deliver.
813-382-8289 Rod the
#1 animal man.
Quarter Horse-$500,
Pony-500, Mini-$200,
All Kid-safe. + 30 more!
Will finance anyone. $0
dn, $100/mo. Many
beautiful paints! Will
trade & rent $15/hr,
$ 25/day. Call now:
13-649-1126 www.
suncitystables.com
WANTED!! Horses,
ponies, goats, sheep,
llamas, cattle & any
animals except cats or
dogs. Tack, trailers &
equip. Top pricespaid.
Good home. Call Cyndi
now: 813-649-1126
THOROUGHBRED
GELDING 7 years old,
dark bay green broke,
included all tack,
needsvery loving home,
with other horsess,
$1000.813-788-5033
Free Horse if boarded
with us! Full board;
$250/mo. Horses rented
- $15/hr, $25/day Call
now 813-649-1126 www.
suncitystables.com
Mini Colts, AMHAreg., (2)
For sale, Sorrell & white.
Black & white, exc.
blood lines $600/ea
OBO, Mares for sale al-
so. 863-465-8142
10 Yr old Thorughbred
Mare 16H, winner of
$47,000, Out of stakes
winner or $250000. sell-
ing farm 352-518-9420
LLAMAS young males &
females, var. of colors,
friendly, discount on
pairs. $500 & up. Deliv-
ery avail. 941-587-2896
Appaloosa Quarter Horse
X, 10 yo Mare. Trail
rides, has worked Cows.
$1,000. 2yo Pony, $500.
Call 727-641-8587
BUMPER POOL Hart 2
horse, w/dressing
room all aluminum very
good condition.
813-969-3956
Holstein Steer
$400
813-752-4409


ZEBU COWS
Miniature registered
breeding pair w/bull
calf $1975.813-737-5327
LIVESTOCK hauling, fenc-
ing, portable pen. Land
cleanng. 813-754-3797


Tampa 6016 Gunn Hwy.
Tampa 6845 N. 22nd St.
Tampa -10815 'J 1Jbr, : -AvA
Tampa. -3560 Waters Ave.
Tampa 41i.ii.il W. Waters Ave.
Tampa 5522 W. Waters Ave.
Tampa W-_' V 'W W i.-A,. "A
Timpa 3.'IN. Waters Ave.
TiTir,pi 10i:'. 3 N.:56th St.
Tampa 4943 E. Busch Blvd.
Tampa 5^01 E Fl I.:hir Ave.
Tampa 8002 N 56th St.
Tampar 77111 Cu,:.. Bh .,d
T3ip.a 90 N. U.S. 301
Tampa- 1001 S. U.S. 301
Tampa- 909 S. 78th St.
Tampa 702 50th St.




SEEKER PLUS


5261Pastures &
526 Stalls
Full Board, turn out daily
$275 mo. Bushnell 45
minutes from Tampa.
Call 352-793-4440 leave
message.
1527 1 Hay & Grain
PEANUT HAY
TIFTON44
Bahia grass square or
rolls. Call 352-567-6773
813-714-8802 lyve mess
COW HAY-Fresh cut
Bahia mixed, rolls $25.
Call 813-737-4845
if no answer please
leave message.
528 I Saddles -
[" Togs & Tack
Circle Y All Around Sad-
dle, 15" Seat, New,
Tooled, $800 obo.
813-920-9312

550-599
Recreation

560 Motor Homes
560 -Rv's
25' 1982 Champion, looks
& runs good 454 Chevy,-
low mi. MustSee. $4500.
813-783-2709

27' 1985 Tioga Class-C
50,000 mi Sleeps 7 Great
Condition $9,000 or bo
(813) 949-3455

30' 2001 AIRSTREAM
LAND YACHT, death
forces sale, in excellent
condition, clean,
$50,000.813-996-2744
30'AirStream Land Yacht
2004 W/slide out, Load-
ed, Like New, Fact War-
ranty, 6500mi, $79,500.
941-400-4933
32' DAMON Intruder 1996
AC, awning, gen, 2 TVs,
tow pkg, sips 6.26K mi.
$26,900 734-731-5280
Located in Zephyrhills
34' Fleetwood Flair2003,2
slides 12k miles, all op-
tions & extras, immacu-
late, must see! $65,350
813-949-2429/323-3615
35' 1998 Alpha Ideal 5th
wheel, 3 slides, Wash-
er/Dryer & many extras.
Good cond. Book value
$37K. Asking $25K. Call
Jerry 813-690-0063
35'2001 Windsong By For-
est River, Ford V-10,
Cummins generator,
25,000 miles, 2 ac 2TV's
corian counter tops
many extras, $52,000.
813-719-3967
136' 1998 Monaco Wind-
sor, 300 hp diesel, diesel
generator, full slide.
$65,000.941-925-8474 or
941-724-8474
36' 2003 South Wind, Inc
ext warranty to 2011 & 2
Cmp grd mbrships. 12k
mi, 2 slides $83,900 exc
cond 863-984-7424
38' Newmar Kountry Star
2000 V10, Eqpt xInt, 19K
mi., pic by req. Take over
payments or ?
813-633-8893 Iv msg.
38FT. 2003 Allegro Bus,
triple slide, 330 cat
diesel pusher w/freight
liner chassis, full body
paint, silversand deluxe
cherry cabintry, dinette,
leather sofa and recliner,
full options, excellent
maintenance records,
always garaged! Non
smokers. Asking $139K.
(912) 655-3170.
W-:tn 107T,



40' 1999 American Tradi-
tion Diesel Pusher with
diesel gen.. A-1 cond..
"I'O mi, 3 irn i).i.* n
.Ji,'-3$2j 5'0'1.:22?
40' 2000 '; Amrnr,,:.r, E
gle. 01 ir pirn side .
3 o s di. 37 mi, W D,
auto sat tv, loaded,
pam ered, lust ser-
viced, In Tampa. Asking
$158,400. 515-371-7521
40' 2005 Hoildai, Pambler
Ambassador PLO 4
slides, only used 2 mos
2700 mi. 330 Cummins
Dsl, Onangen. Loaded.
Satellite. Smoke free.
$170K obo 863/537-1419
45' '04 Prevost Marathon
XL Loaded. All Ac ., 29K.
Beautiful Colors. Cus-
tOrm Int. Double slide.
fie* over $1.5MI. Must
seii due touiiiness, $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:
888-Bates RV Nearly 600
Airstream Jayco *
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tampa.
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CLASSIFIED WORKS


I52 Campers &
562 Travel Trlrs

16' Palomino Hard Side
Pop Up. AC, frig, stove,
sleeps 6, looks great.
$2,500.813-244-1419

19' 5th WHEEL 1987, very
good cond. Everything
works: AC, heat, refrig,
bathrm, new tires,
stove. $2500.
813-754-1973
22' 1998 5th whl Tahoe
Glide Lite, fully fur-
nished, slide out living
room, rear bath, AC.
$7500obo. 813-681-3563
26' Coleman 2001 Sunval-
ley Pop'up, 2 king beds,
AC & heat, sleeps 9,
many extras, gar. kept.
Exc cond. $6950 obo.
813-948-1689 / 739-1320
28' 1999 Seahawk 5th
wheel. $18,000 cash.
813-677-6451;:220-5869

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
28' Mallard 2004 Tag-
Along. Brand new,
sleeps 6-8, 14' slideout.
$15,000 obo. Call:
813-623-9938
30' 1997 TT A/C Awning
Sleeps 6, extras, Great
Condition. $7900, will
deliver, 813-628-0805
or 856-979-6006 cell
30' 2006 Thunder TT, su-
per slide, self cont.,fully
loaded. Consider trade.
Must sell. Trailer in
Tampa. $22,900 obo.
813-375-0770
Turn to Classified you
can Bank on our Bargains
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,
sleeps 6, all options.
$20,990. (863)838-3825
33' 2000 Sunnybrook Ti-
tan TT, Slide, Loaded,
Exc Cond, NAbA Retail
$20K, Lite Alum Frm,
$15,000*-703-867-1366
35' ABION, triaxil, all al-
um, immac cond. hrdwd
firs, new uphol/ drapes,
must see $5500 obo Riv-
erview are 813-671-9732
37' 2005 5th Wheel, 3 Elec.
Slides, W/D, CHA, Dish-
washer, Awning, Will
Deliver. Located in Lutz,
Asking $31,500 obo.
610-470-7039
37' 2005 Country Comfort,
Megaslide, Frt Kitch 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
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.
CLASSIFIED WORKS
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
2004 Northstar Pop-up
Slide In Camper,
TC850SC fitsLB orSB,
exc cond loaded, $10, 00
ST I-,60 k661
i Ra Recreational
I | Rental
POPUP CAMPERS for ruen
A/C, Sink, Stove, Frig.
Call Lynn to reserve @
813.546.1827 www.popup
rentalcampers.com
580 Swimming
S Pools & Spas

A-W1SPAS
REPAIRS AN' SPA. ANY
TIME. Cuitum Spa Cov
ers$229.813-623-9997
DEMO HOMESITES
WANTED NOW! For me
NEW Kayak Pool! The
On-Ground Pool wit
In-ground Features!
Unique opportunity.
SAVE .$$. Call
(866)348-7560 FREE
ESTIMATES! Financing.
Factory Direct
lampa
Gulfto BaySpas
0 813-767-7432i
www.gulftobayspas.com
HOT TUB/SPA, like new, 5
person, 24 jets, cabinet,
digital LED, waterfall
loaded, sacrifice!
$1,475.813-401-4007
Jacuzzi 5 person, wood
looking Cabinet, with
cover, $850 obo
813-876-9374

WE MOVESPAS
"ANYTIME'24/7.
We service any Spa.
813-625-0165


583 Water
583 Vehicles

WAVERUNNER YAMAHA
XL700, Rides 3 4 easily.
Trailer tube, many ex-
tras. Exc. Cond. '99
$3000 obo 813-335-0940
1584 | Boats I
12' LAKE LURE fiberglas
foamfilled console
15hp, merc elect start 4
stroke under 10 hr. Galv.
trlr. $2500.813-309-1622
16' SUNRAY PONTOON
BOAT electric motor,
excellent condition,
$5,800. 813-633-5313

17' 1993 Pr,:,hr.n '."C. Ru,:".
Grea LI" r ., '.amrr ,h
motor. 6rni,,, T.:,p. Live-
Well C. rVHi Rd,:.
A luirn Trlr "i. .(i0 ':b'
941-.44 8 3788
17' 9" Renken 1994 Boat
Motor 75hp Yamaha, 2
bait wells, trolling, CC,
front storage, asking
$4,000 *813-310-1541
17' Checkmate 125 Mer-
cury, Just purchased
new. Never in water.
60 mph, 813-885-2885
in the evening.
19/2 1989 4 Winds Cutty
4.310, Clean, runs good.
Galvanized tandem.
Must See! $3450
813-310-6405
19' 1998 Carolina Skiff
90HP Low Hours Evin-
rude, Radio & Elec. Bimi-
ni top. Drive on trailer,
$8250.813-920-0569
19' LARSON 3 HRS USE
2005 Larson Senza 186
w/Volvo 220hp I/O w/tlr
3hrs use. Bimini top, cd
stereo., payoff loan & it's
yours. (813) 394-7666
20' 2002 PROLINE Sport,
ctr console, tandem trlr,
150hp Merc, boat cover,
good cond. $16,500
813-654-2401 after 5p
20' SUN CHASER 2005
Pontoon boat with
trailer, 40HP Yamaha
motor. 1st $13,000 takes
it. 813-634-7267
20.5' Four Winds w/ cab-
in, MCM488,188hp. New
fuel tank, fuel pump.
Doesn't shift. $2,150
obo. 813-494-4869
21' SPORTCRAFT Cutty
Cabin 195HP Mercury.,
Quick'oad raier, need.
TLC. MUS- SELL 52500
813-96bS5J?25
22'2006 Bennington Pen
toon. Dbl bimini. 2275gl,
Yamaha, 90 HP. full
mooring cover, potty,
AM/FM cd.full bottom
paint, 15hrs. Paid
$26,000. Must sacrifice
22,000.941-255-5067 or
248-343-3422
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.
23.3 Classic Formula Cud-
dy, 1972, well kept, must
see, w/dual axil alum
float on trlr, Ford 351
w/lg Mercury outdrive,
live well, VHS, radio,
much more $4500 or
will trade 813-882-9072
23.6' Marathon 1986 Cab-
in Cruiser, 230hp & trail-
er, well kept, $4400 obo.
813-634-8163.

24' Sun Chaser Pontoon
Fishing model 50hp
Yamaha, 16 hrs, w/
Trailer, bimini top.
$10,000.813-754-2022
28'1999 Chaparral
CLEAN LOW HOURS well
maintained 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
33'1996 SEARAY Sundan-
cer, NEW Merc Horizon
Mag MPI 300hp engs.
under wrnty, radar, new
GPS FF, TV, AC, exc.
cond. $99,500
813-949-5550
33' FOUR WINNS 2005 328
VisHta aNewmacnd.5 hrs.
lwir Vo'-lvo Penta
5.7GXI.DP. warranty,
loaded, stored H. Dry.
Motiatred teller.
**$149,900. OBO**
* 813-514-2900ext302*
33' Trojan 1984 Twin
454's, Low hrs Runs
good, Apollo Beach
Moving- Must Sell! $24K
: obo. 813-760-7702
34' 1985 SeaRay Sundan-
cer, New Engines 2002.
Less than 20 hrs. Fresh-
water cooled. Twin
454's, Gas. Quick Sale.
813-215-1127
Largest Volume Pontoon
Dealer in Florida.
See New Sea King Boats!
www.donsboating.com
813-677-1300
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40- m'. Secured l-,:'r,
813.664'9171
The Key To SAVINGS Start
Here in Classified!


1584 | Boats |
Several Storm Damaged
& Donated Boats. Will
Buy & Sell. Call Mike
727-204-7988

585 oat Slips -
5851 Storage

Outdoor Storage, 5515
Causeway Blvd, RVs,
Boats, Cars Trucks Trlrs.
Brandon/Valrico/
Riverview 813-220-1538
SLIPS FOR SALE OR
LEASE. Pasadena Yacht
& Country Club.
727-381-7922 xt 12.

Marine
586 Supplies &
Repairs
BOATLIFT & cradle, the
finest alum. boatlift &
stainless hardware, 8-
24Klb, prof'l install.
avail. (remote avail.).
Pateco Manufacturer,
Inc. 727-397-8130
T-TOPS ANODIZED ALUM
WITH NEW CANVAS.
CUSTOMIZED TO FIT ANY
BOAT $800 941.266.0903
www.aqua-shade.com
Johnson 225 1998, clean
motor, shifter, cables
etc. $4000.813-671-3556
or 645-0465 evenings

MOTOR 2005 Mercury
150 HP, EFI saltwater,
low hrs, like new $6995
813-831-4052
813-833-0312
PAIR of 150 horse 2002 EFI
25" Mercury Salt Water
series. $6,600. Running
when taken off.
813-914-8989.
1587 |1 Sailboats
23' SOVEREIGN 1985,
$1000 Trade or Best Of-
fer. 813-657-0468

30' Hunter, fiberglass
perfect, great deal for
16K. Call for informa-
tion. Transferable slip.
813-604-2416
600-649
Transportation

Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
Bay Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warrarny
Auto/ Boat/ RV
813-926-9994
Engine, Ford, 6.9 Diesel,
low mileage on rebuilt.
$1,800.
Call 813-839-0526
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z. Guaranteed
quality work. Your place
or mine. Call Rob
813-610-1535
TRUCK TOPPER- Century
Fiberals, 6', Sliding Frnt
Win/Tinted. Scrn Sd
Win $450, Also tailgate,
w0liner. $200 Both off 02
Silverado 1500 Blue
Like new 813-205-2071
K97 Utility
627" Trailers
17' Gooseneck Flatbed
trailer, dble axle, new
bearings, spare tire,
good condition. 17x8.
925.813-986-6538
5x10 Enclosed Trailer
w/Ramp, Side door,
$2200, Also for sale,
5x10 w/Tilt bed $700
813-967-2460

5x8 Box Trailer
Pace, white, 1 year old,
mint condition! $1500
OBO. Call 813-300-0960.
6x12x2 Never used- 15"
wheel w/gate $825. Oth-
ers avail. Go to: reliable
weldingandsteelsupply
.com 813-237-0110
Enclosed Trailer 8x24',
exc cond, equipped for
racing, many extras,
$6000 obo.
813-988-4803
Haulmark Elite II 2003 en-
closed trailer, 20' black
w/checkered flag lino-
leum floor, ice cold air,
side door & drop rear
door. Auto transportEr
or yard maint. $8500.
941-586 1470 921-5564
1O Trucks Light
I" Duty I

CHEVY 1998 S10ext.cab
Sspdtrans., AM/FM ra-
dio w/CD player, 117K
miles, cold air, clean!
$3,800. (352) 688-9019
CHEVY 2005 COLORADO
reg. cab, bed cover, bed
ner, bug guard over-
sized tires16,500 obo.
Call 813-672-1936
CHEVY 2005 Colorado
3500 miles, new cond.
AC stereo, bedliner,
utility box. $11,450
Call 813-754-9481
DODGE 1979 P/U, Little
Red Express 360 motor,
auto, Ice cold a/c $4495.
813-740-8834

DODGE 2003 RAM 1500
quad cab short bed, V8-
5 hemi,auto 2WD,39k
mi, fully loaded., exc cond
$17,800 obo. 813.886.7221


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"2 | Duty

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 1988 RANGER Super
Cab, auto, 2.9V6 eng, AC,
P/S cruise, grea 2nd
vehicle. $3500 obo.
813-662-6878 Iv msg.
FORD F150 1993, 300 6cyl,
6 spd, 3 tool boxes, lad-
der racks, high m good
condition $2200
813-298-2454
FORD 1994 Ranger, ex-
tended cab, 4 cyl, 5
speed, cold AC, dia-
mond plate tool box,
bedliner, 90k miles,
great work truck $1600.
813-391-5790.
FORD 1999 F-150, XLT, dk
green, 59K mi, V8, 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/dood
credit, mon hly
laments approx $300
13-677-161 ; 363-2361
or 781-1499
FORD 2003 F-250 Super
Duty, XL package, ex-
tended cab, highway
miles, $10,000.
813-689-1166
Ford 2005 Ranger, Perfect
cond. 4K mi., cruise, AC,
CD/MP3, bedliner, 25
MPG, toolbox. $10,799
(352)588-9778
MAZDA 1996 B2300 80k
mi, Beige Pickup, 5
Speed, w/ bedliner &
cover -$2,500 obo
(813) 495-2880
NISSAN 1998 Frontier Ext.
Cab, 96,000 mi, 4 cyl. au-
to, Cold A/C, bed & cov-
er liners. Exc. Cnd.
AM/FM/CD. Asking
$5850 obo 813-624-7296
NISSAN 2000 FRONTIER
King Cab, topper, manu-
el, a/c, tow pkg, extra
leaf spring, over sized
tires, runs great 106k mi,
1 owner. $6500.
813-230-3497
TOYOTA 2002 TUNDRA
loaded, ext-cab auto,
29k mi perfect cond,
grey, shell, new tires,
$16,000 must sell!!
(813) 951-2857
TOYOTA 2003 Tundra
Limited 4 WD 46,000
miles, Black w/Tan inte-
rior. $20,500
813-355-6564
30n Trucks- |
0 Heavy Duty

DODGE 1989 Box'truck
with 1995 diesel engine.
5-spd, Ig bok. Exc in
body &tires. Run; great
$5,500.813-:S I. lI
Dodge 2000 Ram I150,.
Club Cab, 4-WD. auto.
green, loaded, all power.
exc. cond! Ver, .1-anl
$9400. (813) 6. 1751
Dodge 2003RAM SLT 2 )i
Quad cab. LB, 1.o. Cum-
mins ,i'e-l. r. il'.'.
27k mi. 1 0ln. arr.
$24,20:i '7 .c .1 :i 6
Engines & Transmissions
Used & Rebuilt 90 days
up to 3 yrs warr. M-F9-5.
MemBBB 813-875-1500
FORD 1986 F250, Ext Cab,
Diesel, AT, A/C all
power options. $2,100.
Call 813-839-0526
Sell your camera inasnap
with an ad in class 426!


STrucks -
630 Heavy Duty

FORD 1994 F350, duelly
full sz gas ext cab, 86K
mi, extra clean, 5th whl,
towing & bumper hitch,
$4400 obo. 813-464-0000
FORD 2000 F250 Suoer Du-
ty Ext Cab 5th whI, ste-
reo, manual trans w/OD,
tow kg. AC, Exc cond.
$10,(000813-918-4206
Kenworth 2006 T800 9,000
miles, tri-axle, loaded
w/ options, mint cond.,
demolition ox body.
$120K firm. 727-207-5262
VOLVO 1993 Tandem Axil
Tractor, 350 hp, 9 spd,
AC, X-grocery truck,
$9500 813-770-9522


I 30 4-Wheel
63B Drive
Chevy 2005 2500 LT Crew
cab, white, 4x4, diesel,
DVD, XM, toolbox, load-
ed, 25K mi., $32,500.
813-240-8641
FORD 1999 F250SuperDu-
ty 4x4 71K -Bedliner,
Tool box, New Tires,,
Alloys, $9900
813-949-8591
FORD 2000 F350 LARIAT
102,000 mi, Blue, Pickup,
4" lift, Banks exhaust,
Auto., 4 WD, P/S Diesel
$22,000 OBO, (813)
661-8865
Jeep 1985 CJ7 body in ok
condition from sitting.
Lots of extras, $3300.
813-661-2092
JEEP 1994 Wrangler 6 cyl,
auto, AC, hard top, cus-
tom wheels, 4x4, runs
great $6,500.
813-244-1419
|6311Vans I
CHEVY 1991 G20
Conversion Van, 350,
165K mi, runs good
needs work. S1800
813-684-6572
DODGE 1998 Minivan
Power window A/C,
Great condition. 147,000
miles. Negotiable price.
Must go! 61-670-6466
DODGE 2000 Caravan, 68k
miles, freezing AC, tint-
ed wins, green, 1 owner,
exc cond, new tires,
$6500 obo. 813-928-6910
DODGE 2005 HANDICAP
Van, 10" lowered floor,
power ramp, 17,000
miles. Call for more in-
formation 727-492-1630
FORD 1998 WINDSTAR
$125&obo.
813-.621-2061

Ford 2001 Windstar Sport
edition, alloy wheels,
dual air, auto, very
clean. $6500.
813-454-3532
HONDA 1995 Odyssey,
1 owner, garage kept,
114K hwy mi. 'a service
records, .exc;. cond.
$4200:.- 813-752-0036
MERCURY 1C97 VILLAGER
LS 7 pa:-. .-old A C. -
ltone .old 'ht. an lirnr.
100K mi. grn t -. :.nd.
$4900'iii'12-6 1002
NISSAN l'n6 OUEST 5;i
.Er. Auto., 6 ,'" i,3.2,i
V 6 A i49.612

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iv.yer. 'iJHP 24v VR6..
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,-Cord. CD.p itrlr. iO;
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I3 Sport Utility
32 Vehicles

CHEVY 1993 Suburban
Silverado 4x4, Rear air,
3rd seat, $3,500
813-598-7721

CHEVY 1995 Blazer Own-
er leave town, Great
condition. A/C, Power
Window. 158 000 miles,
Low Price. 561-670-6466
CHEVY 2000 Tahoe LS,
loaded, Exc Cond,
Possible Trade? $12,800
Call for more info
813-215-6536
CHEVY 2003 Avalanche
Fully loaded, w/Z66
Sackage. $23,000
813-926-6381

Chevy 2003 Tahoe, exc
cond. leather pkg, Bose
stereo, 6CD, running
boards, 42k mi. $23,850.
obo 727-560-3711
CHEVY 2004 AVALANCHE
Z66 Dark Blue Metallic,
all options 31k mi,
$ 24 ,9 0 6 / obo .
863-559-7454
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
,; a..3, 125K mi. asking
I ,i':0 813-787-7057

Ford 1998 Explorer XLT
white fully loaded, exc
cond, V8greylthrseats.
Must sell, leaving town.
$4975 352-686-4333
FORD 1999 Expedition, E.
Bauer 4x4, loaded,Lthr,
119K, hewTrans&Tires
Well Maint, Exc Cnd
$8950 813-960-9729
FORD 2000 EXPEDITION,
Eddie Bauer, 4WD, Ithr,
pwr seats, windows,
locks, rear air, 3rd row
seat, new tires. Must
see & drive. $11,500. Call
813-965-2597* 968-3640
FORD 2000 Explorer
Sport, 78k mi, loaded,
cold air, exc cond. 2nd
owner new brakes,
$5999.813-892-9148
FORD 2001 EXPEDITION
92k highway mi Black
with Grey Lthr 5.4L V8
XLT Sport, loaded!l
$10,995. (352) 588-3012
Leave Msg
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/Tan, Mint cond.
$17,900.813-477-4673
FORD 2003 EXPEDITION
EDDIE BAUER, V8, load-
ed Green/Tan, Ithr intr,
33K mi., 75K ext. warr.
$22,500.813-962-1351
FORD 2003 Expedition
Eddie Bauer loadedlike
new DVD, 6-disc in dash
CD, Ithr, power 3rd row.
T17.550 727.517 1.q9F.
'FORD ."03:1 E .ri,?Lii.n.
Edi' bauer. t6.K mi'.
11.10 mri ft rni..
"i ;.300 3-996i--..46 7

FORD 2i:ii:i4 E. l:-r:er EB
B8 T nLThr, V6 Wrnr4
'3 .ra ?.id. [i'rn m.', r.
rMSPP S 34. $il.,iB000B

FORD 2:14 E.- p lrer ', LT
4,4. pV6. 7 paL.. 4dr AU.
I... Bl. Tar Int. F1.1 ACE,
Crigr.' C lea' an Il6 ,'t.iu

GMC 1997 'iu,:r,. 'LT.
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532 Vehicles

JEEP 1994 Grand Chero-
kee Great cond, 147K mi,
AC, Green Great Price,
Owner leave Town.
813-784-1224 Must Go!
JEEP 1997 GRAND CHERO-
KEE Laredo 4dr 84K mi.,
V8, 2WD, blk, Ithr, exc.
cond. fully loaded incl.
driver & pass. air bags,
radio/CD, cruise, tow
pkg, roof rack, power
pkg, 1 yr 8 mo. remain:
ing eng. warr., unlimited-
mi., $6000 727-91-5399
JEEP 1999 GRAND CHERO-
KEE LAREDO, 93K mi,
great starter car, must
sell quickly. Won't last!
$8300.813-943-6719 .
JEEP 1999 WRANGLER
84,500 mi, Green, Auto.,
4 WD, 6 Cyl. $14,000,
Must Sell, Super Buy
.(813) 855-2399
JEEP 2000 Grand-Chero-
kee. Leather, fully pow-
ered; air bag clean, 79k
miles, $9800 obo:
813-926-4236.
JEEP 2004 LIBERTY 48K,
Blue Auto, 2WD 6Cyl.
$12,995 Must Sefi, Exc.
Cond. (813)265-2802
LEXUS 2001 RX 300 AWD
Pearl white, tan Ithr,
wood, loaded, htd seats
new tires, gorgeous!
Bought new Benz, 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
Nissan 1998 Pathfinder
''E E.,: ilM t. r iunt -.ii
[to pr ,i: ale, $4200
,:o,... 13 .'I92 2 15
NISSAN 1999.5 Paihrir.iar
92.00ii mi, Sllver. Auo-..
2 WD. $&.50o
,.S13i240.2127

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 192 -IRUNNER
4x4, v6.,new engine. L58.
mi, cunrooi, .-utl'rrim
pain i-r,':-, 1. m. Ir.,
6SE0.1i. 52 344. -58
TOYOTA 2001: SEQUIOA
SR5. rear air. 3rd ro:*w
,eat. I levi.S-. all power.
CD, t_ c :iirtc naiiori .,
i. 19,.1i u.t. l.3 a;6 4051
TOYOTA 2006 4Runner.
V6, Sunroof, .DV. vOrj
-Low miles, E.:-in:rit
'Condition, .'i0
8630-559-3596' : -.
I635 j Motorcycles |
BMW 2004-1,1200 CT ajrle
_blu e. ] L.SW'ii l rVII g '
racij.. r3% I tarn. ,i
I. hl' t", 12.995

HARLEY 91l i.ii 35p,-ipirt
ic.r .i-r e, ,' .,,i ,:'n, :liri.
.,i0JiJ irliq1ial m i., u .



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Harley Davidun r 1995
Springer, too much to
list Nice! Under 20k
miles, $13,500.
813-781-0607.


16351 Motorcycles I
Harley 199; D yna Wile
Glide, 54k miles, black
w/lots of chrome, cus-
tom, exc cond $9500.
813-624-7296.
HARLEY 2001 HERITAGE
CLASSIC Garaged, fuel
inj, fact alrm, scrm eagle
pipes, extra chrm, 5500
mi, $15900, (813)
786-8798
HARLEY 2001 Road King
Exc. cond., factory cus-
tom paint, silver w/ pur-
ple flarestoo many ex-
tras to list. $13,300.
813-426-6008
HARLEY 2003 ELECTRA
Glide FLHT-I 100th 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 2003 Springe,
Softai. $30K invested,
show winner, too much
to mention. $18,900.
4500 miles. 813-758-7643
HARLEY 2005 Buell Blast
500cc 70mpg 2 seats +
extras, lowered handle-
bars. $3500 obo.
813-719-9058.
HONDA 2003 SHADOW
750 ACE orange, jet kit,
vance hines pipes, 2400
mi.$4900 (813) 310-7459

HONDA 2005 CRF100F,
$1900. Approximately 30
hours running time.
Perfect condition
813-949-5421
KAWASAKI 1997 Ninja 500
runs great-$1500 or
willtradefor4
wheeler of equal value
813-695-4713
Suzuki 2002 GSX 600R 4K
miles, yellow/black,
Yoshimura exhaust.
Undertake lights.
$5500.727-804-1721.
SUZUKI 2006 JR50, New,
Never been ridden,
Would make a great pit
bike, $1100 obo. Call
Terre 813-205-6672
TRIUMPH 2005 Rocket Ill,
2300 cc, black beauty,
LOADED, sat radio, htd
grips, gel seats, wndshld,
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 2:01 RI. Bia.: k.
4800 miles., Very Clean,
Se:.rt' Sternqti.amtr.
5' COr .in hiil..lan, E.
Ira. $6.0051 -'262*9655
YAMAHA 20i. C. Ila.:1, .:
600r with lI0iu mile..
Iowuere.il, ier31ae rirJden,.
wvir.i't i ilonC .- 11 t..m
$ 5cc ,:, ,: 31 ,
$66:).,99ll

1636 | Golf Carts |
E.Z-GO CART oack Seat,
radio, custom dash
clock;,cvrd int overhead
console W/light. $2000
813633-6902 8a-6p
EZ-GO 2001,6" lift kit,
ai terrain tires
camouflage body, all
new, $3500 obo.
813-610-1607

- GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-64 -4515 Ruskin
SUN CITY GOLF CARTS
New, Used, Remanufac-
tured, Sales & Service
Authorized Yamaha
Dealer. Authorized Club
Car Sub Dealer Buy, Sell
Trade 813-633-7843
CLASSIFIED
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16371ATVs I
2,:05 ATV
110cc 3spd + reverse, Ig
tires, 4 wheel brakes,
elec start, shaft drive,
$1095 352-854-7279
Kawasaki 2002 360 4
Wheeler Good Condition
$3500 obo
813-752-4409

POLARIS 2005 330 Mag-
num. Low hours. $3500.
863-581-5131

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Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
CADILLAC 1966 Deville
Convert. 85,000 Miles
Fine Condition, Rides
Well. $6,500
(813)792-1481
CHEVY 1934 Roadster, Kit
Car, 383 Pol Tune port,
-700 R4, needs -comp.
$25K invested $17,500 or
trade Car Truck or RV.
727-863-1899
COUGAR 1970 XR-7 Elimi-
nator clone, all orig
Tampa car never left
Bay area. 85% restored.
Serious inquiries only.
$13.5Kobo 813-625-1705
FIAT 1979 SPIDER 2000
Convertible- best offer
over $1500.-Needs work,
runs good. 813-832-6804
Call after 10am.
Ford 1977 T-Bird 2 dr,
metallic brown, showrm
cond, 2700 mi from new,
garaged all its life, V8,
all power. Must sell
leaving town. Must SEE!
$9500 obo. 352-686-4333
Mercedes 1969 280 SE
Excellent unmolested
original. 6cyl, auto, AC.
Low mi, always garaged
Sell $6500 ortrade for
project car. 813-240-1617
OLDSMOBILE 1971 Cut-
lass Convert, New top,
red w/pearl int, 350 eng,
trans, seats, carpet, ex-
haust, eng-all updated.
$13K 13-249-8778
Web #81078



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

TRIUMPH 1980 TR8 lots,
of bnew parts,' partially
restored, runs & drives.
Best offer. 813-685-5958,
684-3475.
VW1973.Beetle, Excellent
condition in & out. New
brake job, $5600 obo.
813-348-0635 or
813-362-4279
61g Automobiles
649 For Sale

ACURA 1990 Legend 6cyl
leather interior, AC & all
options, all works, all
pwr exc cond. 68K orig
mi. $2500 813-661-1563
ACURA 1991 LEGEND L,
gold, 1 owner 105K mi,
all power, leather sun-
roof great condition,
$3,560.813-717-7922
BMW 1999 323177,666 mi,
Silver, Convert pristine
$19,450 (813) 244-9594

BMW 1999 528i Slvr, Non-
Smoker Auto V6 Lthr,
Sunrf, PIwr Win/Seats,
Looks & Runs Like New!
$12,995obo 813-766-2582
BMW 2001 3251 44K mi,
Metallic Blue 4D Sedan,
rTan E"thr Auto EX 3oird
$18,900, after 5 or Ivmsg
(813)389-2957
BMW 2003 Z4 2.5,5 speed,
27,000 miles, Sport, Pre-
mium, Convenience
pkgs, BMW Certified.
100K mi Warranty, 100K
mi Free Maintenance
E .iell,.n[ Con, iton
S):28 11,0 727" 4160. 1794
BUICK i1'9 CENTUP,
Eld-rli,, ,in d. i.e.6. ,',r.l
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I Automobiles
649 For Sale

BUICK 1992 Roadmaster
Estate Wagon 177K mi,
Bluew/Tan Int. All
options all work. $2500
obo 813-997-0430
Buick 1995 Centry, 96K
miles, full power
options, cold A/C, new
tires great inside &out!
$2300.727-804-1721.
BUICK 1999 LeSabre Lim-
ited Fully Equipped,
40,000 Miles, New Tires
& Battrey $7,450 obo
813-792-7171
BUICK 2003 LeSabre LT
Loaded excellent condi-
tion 1,500 mi, MUST
SELL! $17,000obo
813-949-0651
CADILLAC 1992 DeVille
Low Milage, 2nd Owner,
Leather $3,250
813-598-7721

Cadillac 1997 Eldorado,
V8, blk/blk, runs & looks
great, 140k mi., leather,
chrome wheels. $4,500.
813-368-3196-
CADILLAC 21.101 Caler1a,
-, ,:.cond.I e.atiier.
.-,iv,'i'. JlO $9i0CiO.


CHEVY 1999 Camaro SS,
Black, T-Tops, 6 Speed,
All Pwr Flow Master Ex-
haust, 16,300 mi. $13,500
obo 813-267-6018
CHEVY 2000 LS MALIBU
68k mi, White Ithr luxu-
ry, V-6 Must Sell, 5995.
(813) 963-1210

CHEVY 2001 Cavalier
Sport 2dr, Super Clean,
Economic, Tint, Alarm,
Power Wins. Cold A/C
$4500 firm 813-334-4076
CHEVY 2004 Caviller LS
Sport, fully loaded, only
10,500 mi. Take over
lease of 27 payments of
$357/mo. 813-672-1936
Chrysler 1991 Imperial,
V6, loaded, leather, 1
owner, garaged, 96K
mi., $2495 obo.
813-645-3619
Chrysler 1995 LeBaron
Convertible, 96K miles,
new top & tires, well
maintained. $1500.
Call 813-242-7526.
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., $48K
obo: 813-259-1195.
Wi:b aTU685"



DODGE 2001 Intrepid SE, 4
door, 85k mi, cold AC,
fully loaded, exc cond,
private owner. $4900
obo. 813-264-5610.
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Help Children And Their
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dren's Cancer Fund of
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Helping Hand Founda-
tion. Help Support
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Children. Work Learning
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Tax Deductible. Call
1-800-728-0801
FORD 1993 Tempo, In
Good.Condition $900
813-265-1323

FORD 1994 Mustang 5.0
V8, Convert, Auto, 77K
orig. mi. Exc. Cond. Car-
fax Cert. Beautiful! Blk,
$5800 obo 813-677-2212
Wr a 619,%.,


FORD 1995Taurus, White,
Clean, Doesn't use oil.
Great tires. Dir Srvcd!
Auto Full Pwr, Entry
Sys, $2300 813-960-0109
FORD 1996 Thunderbird
Cold Air, Runs Great!
Clean, $2900.
813-672-8678/426-5416
FORD 1997 Mustang GT
convertible V8, spd
85K miles, white, real
Shape, well cared for.
$9300.813-817-2499
Ford 1998 Crown Victoria
auto, 4dr, all power, cold
ac, 140K mi Excellent
condition. Asking $3250.
813-833-3825
FORD 2005 MUSTANG
Sonic Blue, 17K mi,
TI1..900. Call Jason
.1 1.1494.7719

HONDA CIVIC 1994. Only
S500! Police Impounds!
or listings call
1-800-749-8116 Ext. 4880
Honda 1994 Civic, $500
Must Sell! For listing:
800-749-8167,
ext.C752

HONDA 1996 ACCORD, V6,
A/C, moon roof, 208K
mi., well maintained,
alloy wheels. $1,000
obo. Call 813-839-1884
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649 Automobiles
49 For Sale

HONDA 1998 Accord EX,
great condition, one
owner, only 84k miles.
$8250. Call 727-365-0855
or 813-956-1986.
HONDA 2000 Accord LX,
alarm, Michelen tires,
tinted glass, lots of
tender loving care.
64,000 miles, $10,200.
813-657-2422/613-6277
HONDA 2000 Accord EX
Silver, Leather, Moon-
roof, Great Condition,
Kelly BB $8,000 obo
813-767-0676
HONDA 2000 Accord LX,
under factory warranty
auto, VTEC V6, well
maint. 96K mi. $8100
obo. 813-926-6317
HONDA 2001 Accord EX,
V6, auto, Ithr, sunrf,
spoiler, 1 owner, 101K
ml. new timing belt,
$8600obo 813-741-0033
HONDA 2002 Civic LX
4DR, 5 spd. pw/pdl
black, 104K mi. tini
wind. good cond. $7900,
S813-982-0376
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 1999 130, auto,
Bose sys., sunroof, Ithr,
PD PW, P/seats, side
airbags, Exc cond.
$6995.813-766-2582
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 6yr 70k mi
pwrtrane wrnty. Prestige
coating covers paint.
Ithr & carpet. Transfer.
wrnty. 13K mi. Absolutely
perfect cond! $34,006
obo. 816-868-1758
JAGUAR 2003 XType 2.5,
38k mi, pwr package,
great condition new
tires, BIck w/BIck 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 ir.li, s .ntre,
.1all l- rns, ; 7 .mi.. ir,.t
,coridiin. gairaqOa
r.tallr mait tainted
I i5.w 13S 920-2502
SLEXUS 1999 R30., Fully
lId ad,-d. e-:. .:nrid loo1,I .
lie rine, 9h nii. Mu-I
ell.i LS.O
Call 3 13 .956 6157
LINCOLN 1994 TOWN CAR
78, 000 mi, White, Sedan,
Wht Leather, Many
MANY new items, left to
me when father passed
away, one owner, re-
cieved new car for
christmas must sell,
$4500 OBO 813-831-6579
LINCOLN 1995 Continen-
tal, leather, loaded,
142K, exc cond. $3295.
863-815-7191 Lakeland
LINCOLN 1999 TownCar,
Exc. Cond. Exec. series,
full power, 51k, one
owner, garage kept,
roof & chrome pkgs, Bo-
nus 43" Sony T.V. & 35"
RCA T.V. included. First
$10,500 takes all. Princi-
ples only. 813-234-1610
MAZDA 1994 MX6- 5 spd
over $2k invested, new
parts incl., new clutch/
trans. w/ warr's, receipts.
$1000.813.325.1015
MAZDA 2001 626 LX, 4
door, private owner, 48k
mi, cold air, fully loaded,
exc cond. $5900.
727-637-3119.

MERCEDES-BENZ
1981380SL convert 39,742
mi, Classic car, $19,450
813-244-9594
MERCEDES 1983 380SL, 2
tops, all original, extra
clean, maintenance
records. $12,500.
863-679-6626
Mercedes 1992 300SL,
Convert./hard top, over
$10K invested this yr in
restoration. Good MPG.
$14,900.813-240-8131
Mercedes 1997 SL500,
Convertible. Cham-
paign, great condition.
92K-m. $25,000
(919)967-1547
MERCEDES 1999 CLK 320
Convertible fire mist
Sred Starmark 100K war-
ranty, 74K mi. $25K FIRM
813-684-7704 416-4005
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 Benz 2005 E320
CDI Diesel, white, tan,
fully loaded 17k mi
Save $$! Spotless!
$47,000. 941-366-3118


549 Automobiles
149 1For Sale
MERCEDES 2005 320CLK
Coupe, Pewter, Char-
coal Leather, 15K
$35,500 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.
13-215-2685
MERCEDES 2005 E320 CDI
Dsl, 28 mi city/34 hwy,
fawn w/blk inf7k miles.
Htd seats 6CDdisc chgr.
$47,500 (863) 712-7800
MERCURY 2000 SABLE LS
70k mi, GId, Auto, 6 6Cyl,
Idd, Mach 3 snd sys, Ithr
int, all pwr, new brakes.
Looks runs Great! $5995
obo (727) 267-6306
MITSUBISHI 1998 3000 GT
SL, Red, Tan Lthr, Sunrf,
Pwr Seats, Tint, New
Tires/Chrm Rims, Trans
w/warr. Tilt & cruise.
$8K obo 727-709-1215
MITSUBISHI 2000 Eclipse,
Red, good condition, 76k
miles, $6995.
813-961-4850

:Mitsubishi 2002-2003
Eclipse GT Ithr, Infinity
sound syst, dual tronics,
psopwl,pwrsunrf, low
miles, xc Cond $11,900
813-837-6623
Nissan 2001 Maxima SE
Silver, 72k, Bose stereo,
exc cond, loaded, moon-
roof, $11,950 obo.
2R 813-920-1913V
NISSAN 2001 MAXIMA-
4 dr, pearl white, 96k mi,
good tires, very good
cond. 4000 milefon war-
ranty $8950.813.961.2891
NISSAN 2004 350Z Conv.
Touring Edition, Loaded,
Low Mi. Must See!
Perfect Condition.
$28,000 813-961-2864
NISSAN 350Z 2004 Triple
Ba, r.:..ad ltnr .r.: .rt
,il,-. 231., $2 .900 iJu .-.
hrinr, .63s340 169 I

OLDS lI,') Culi.: Cal i',
white, 4 cyl, auto, rAC,
2DR, super nice, $750,
813-885-9469

PORCHE 1988 911 Targa,
beautiful red, black inte-
rior, whale tail, polished
wheels, CD player,
$19,900.813-996-4599
SAAB 1991 900S. 4 il.
1 39. au['. A Citw, pdl,
niurir o iocliealith r
AoIlIne deck, ,n. *]I.-I50.
81I.596 421S
SATURN 1999 SL? Great
,oiodili;on. 1.0K nim. AC.
Silver, Great Price,
11950. Owner lead-
To7 n.613 74 112'1
SATURN 20102 SC2, 60k mi.
,:DR. ajulo. all prT.er.'u
lkw or, ,- ur eau[,ful
i'=i" l,, *ior,'[ Lail'
813-264-9583 .
TOYOTA 1999 COROLLA
1 owner,75K miles, good
economical transporta-
tion! $5,500.
813-843-4724
TOYOTA 2001 SOLARA
SLE CONV'T. V6, low mi
$20,000, all opts, mint
redw/blktop, 70yrold
fern owner 3527-7885
TOYOTA 2002 CAMRY
58,000 mi, Gold 4-door
XLE Sedan, Auto., 2 WD,
4 Cyl. $13,000 Leather
interior, moonroof, CD
changer (813) 925-8953
TOYOTA 2002 Camry
52Kmi, V6, ALloy Wheels,
$13,500 Fully Loaded,
ABS brks, keyless
813-504-2321
TOYOTA 2002 Corolla CE,
4dr, a/c, security, excel-
lent condition, pi auto,
$8,995. Silver 55k mi,
813-238-1678
VOLVO 1995 940, Exc
Shape In and Out! 116K
miles, Great student or
commuter car. $3900
obo 727-432-3245
VOLVO 1999 S70, 59K mi,
excellent condition,
loaded, hunter green,
tan interior, $7,550 obo.
813-362-7732
VOLVO 2000 S80 Dk blue,
fully loaded, sun roof,
tan lthr, auto, 90K+ hwy
mi, grt cond. $8,500obo
David @813-833-5808
VOLVO C70 2001 $15,000
loaded 57k, manuel
trans, all power, custom
suede/leather int. 1
owner. 813-672-4802
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VW 2001V/ PASSAT GLX
V6 5spd, gold, leather,
XM radio, 6-disc chngr
79k, very clean, ex cond
$11,900813-743-8796
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
$500! Police Impounds,
Hondas, Chevys,
Toyotas, Etc. From $500
. for listings
800-749-8167, ext. 4124


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'02 KIA SPECTRA
GREAT TRANSPORTATION. LOW MILES. WAS $6.485 ......... $5,995
'02 CHEVY CAVALIER
2DR, AUTO, COLD A/C.... ....................................$6,995
'95 PARK AVENUE
BRAND NEW! ONE OWNER! ....................... $6,995
'97 BUICK PARK AVENUE
4DR. WHITE ... ........................... ............. $8,995
'03 FORD TAURUS SEL
LEATHER, LOADED.......... ....$9,980
'03 EXPLORER XLT
LEATHER, ONE OWNER ... .............. .............. $12,989
'04 DODGE STRATUS
ALUMINUM WHEELS. SPOILER. MOONROOF................ $12,989
'05 PONTIAC GRAND AM
FACTORY WARRANTY. BRAND NEW ........ ............ $12,995
'04 PONTIAC GRAND AM GT
BLACK BEAUTY. CHROME WHEELS ........ .............. $15,489


'01 CHEVY 1500 EXT CAB
LS. PWR PKG. ONLY 40K............ .................. $15,989
'04 GMC ENVOY LT
LEATHER. LOADED. LIKE NEW...... .... .....$15,995
'02 CHRYSLER LTD PT CRUISER
BLACK. WAS $15.990 NOW ............. ................. $13,489
'02 CHEVY TRUCK EXT CAB LS
BLACK, 1500 HD .......... ................................... $16,900
'03 DODGE DAKOTA SPORT
4X4. V8, BLACK WAS $16,.95 NOW ........ ............ $14,989
'02 "RED" CHEVY 1500 4X4
6' LIFT. LOW MILES.....................................$19,995
'03 JEEP WRANGLER SPORT
3' LIFT, 12,000 MILES ... .............. ..............$20,989
'03 FORD F-150 EXT CAB 4X4
BLACK. 20" WHEELS ..... ...........................$21,995
'02 MERCEDES C240
BLACK, BRAND NEW WAS $24.900 NOW ....................$21,900


'04 GMC 1500 EXT CAB
SPORTSIDE. LOADED, IMMAC. IN/OUT .....................$22,489
'04 CHEVY 2500 HD EXT
LS, 4X4, BRAND NEW......................................$23,989
'02 FORD F-250 SD LARIAT
LOADED. POWER STROKE, WON T FIND ONE CLEANER. WAS 526.995 ..$28,995
'04 TOYOTA 4 RUNNER
4X4 LIMITED. TAN .................................. $29,989
'03 HUMMER H2
YELLOW. LOADED. LOW MILES. 3RD SEAT ...................$38,989
'03 CADILLAC ESCALADE
PEARL WHITE. BRAND NEW IN & OUT. DVD. CHROME WHEELS ..$34,989


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Altamonte Springs
407.389.1860


829 N Alafaya Trail
Orlando
(Waterford Lakes Shopping Center)
407.382.1505


SHwy 98 North



4025 Hwy 98 North
Lakeland
(North 98 Across from Lakeland Square Mall)
863.816.1330


2615 Vildibil Drive
Brandon
(I-75 North Across from Brandon Mall)
813.654.5955


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1301 West Osceola Parkway rd -
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10am-9pm
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