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In Pictures: Chili, Chocolate Festivals, Walk For Life- Page 16

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THURSI o -- CITY, FLORIDA


Residents Want Return Of Walden Lake Mail Box


NEWS


FMVAL
Concert by Meth-
rone, a Plant City
native with four R&
B CDs. is part of Plant
City Black Heritage
Festival FiE


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Street gangs and
prostitutes in Plant
City? The Plant City
Police Department's
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POSTMASTER WILL
CONSIDER OPTIONS
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Some Walden Lake residents
are upset that the U.S. Postal
Service removed a standing mail
box from the entrance to their
community.


Complaints have been abun-
dant with more than 30 e-mails
and phone calls going to the
office of the Walden Lakes Home-
owners Association during the
past week. But these complaints
may fall on deaf ears if they aren't
directed to the Plant City post-
master, Jan Fultz, postal official
said.
Members of the city commis-
sion voted Feb. 13 to contact


Fultz regarding the removal of the
box, hoping to persuade her to
replace it. Four of the five com-
missioners and the city manager
happen to live in the Walden Lake
area.
"I heard the postal service
claims that box has a low volume
of mail," said Commissioner Bill
Dodson, a Walden Lake resident.
"I have a real concern about those
claims. I feel that it was


inappropriate for the post office
to remove that box."
Dodson put his concern into
the form of a motion, asking the
city manager to contact the post-
master to see if she could return
the box to the Walden Lake
entrance.
The resolution was passed
unanimously by the commission.
Commissioner Mary Yvette
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FAMILY LIVING
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OPINION
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Runaway
Marriage
Bon Jovi hits the Bay
area rhis weekend and
music critic Curtis Ross
has some advice for
guaarist Richie Sambora
and his future ex
Tomorrow in
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KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
Joshua Creamer, a freshman wrestler at Plant City High School, with Cody Silcox, a heavyweight
wrestler at the school.


This reporter wouldn't know an arm
lock from a sleeper hold, but I'm learn-,
ing.
The Courier sports department does a
good job covering area sports and seldom
relies on the editorial -staff to cover a
sports story. But once in a while e some-
thing \ll
come up and
either the
editor or I get
a chance to
.... z : v t.atchathletes
-" .' .' going at it,
head-to-head.
Last week, I
1: 1 received a call
from Richard
Creamer. His
GEORGE H. son Joshua is
NEWMAN a freshman
wrestler at
Columnist Plant City
High, com-
peting in the
103-pound weight class, the lightest class
there is. Joshua weighs 90 pounds and
stands about 5- feet 1 inch, which means
that he often wrestles against opponents
15 pounds heavier and sometimes almost
a foot taller.
In spite of his size, or perhaps because
of it, Joshua has had his share of success
against those bigger wrestlers. In Decem-
ber, during the Middleton High School
Christmas Classic, he placed second in
h is weight class. The night I watched him,
Jan. 26, he lost to an opponent from Gait-
her High that was quite a bit taller, but
had all he wanted in Joshua Creamer.
When I left the gymnasium, Plant City
High was leading Gaither 34-11, but to
tell you the truth, it was hard for me to
figure out who was winning without
looking at the scoreboard.
It was particularly difficult to figure out
which wrestler was outscoring the oppo-
nent during a given match. They all
looked like they were getting the tar beat
out of them, regardless.
These athletes tossed each other
around like rag dolls. They grabbed and
pulled, tugged and twisted, tripped and
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Youngsters visit fire station
Four classes from First Presbyterian Learning Center visited Plant City Fire Rescue No. 1 Feb. 13 and donated cookies to the
firefighters as part of a Valentine's Day community service project. "They are learning about fire safety and what firefighters
do for the community," said Tina Sykes, a First Presbyterian teacher. More than 50 children from the White Rabbit; Yellow
Birds, Blue Bugs and Purple Pandas participated in the event. Above, Capt. Rick Sullivan talks to the children about fire safety.




Olympic Let Down For Softball Group


GAME DROPPED
FOR 2012 GAMES
Staff Report
Plant City's International Softball
Federation struck out at the International
Olympic Committee assembly in Turino,
Italy, last week. As a result, there will be
no softball at the 2012 Olympics.
"It was really disheartening," said ISF
spokesman Bruce Wawrzyniak of the
Feb. 9 vote. The IOC voted 47-43.
It -was the second defeat for Olympic
softball in less than a year. Last summer,
softball was taken off the program for the
2012 Summer Games in London follow-
ing an IOC vote. ISF has been lobbying


the Olympic body to reconsider ever
since. Don Porter, the ISF president, had
been leading the campaign and was in
Turino for the vote.
"We had letters indicating support
from members and were confident that
we had enough votes, but the voting
members decided to support the IOC:
president irfstead of supporting softball,"
Wawrzyniak said.
According to softball officials, IOC
president Jacques Rogge had indicated
he did not think it would be good idea to
reverse a decision the committee had
made just one year earlier. ...
The next chance to address the Olym-
pic status of softball will not come until
2009, when the IOC will decide on sports
for the 2016 Olympics.


"It's a dead issue now for 2012," Wawr-
zyniak said.
The.Olympic seven-year rule means all
final decisions on what sports will be
played at an Olympics must be made at
least seven years before the event.
Softball will be played at the 2008
Olympics in China.
"We need to stay focused and work
hard for 2008 now," Wawrzyniak said.
Softball (women's fast pitch) made its
Olympic debut at the 1996 games in
Atlanta.
The ISF is the world governing body of
the sport as recognized by the
International Olympic Committee and
the General Association of International
Sports Federations. There are 127 affili-
ated countries in the ISF.


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2 MEN FROM PLANT
CITY CHARGED
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Three men and a woman
were arrested by detectives
from the Hillsborough County
Sheriff's Office Feb. 7 in the
Publix parking lot near Inter-
state 4 and Thonotosassa
Road in Plant City, county offi-
cials said.
A spokesman for the county
said law enforcement officers
seized about 300 grams of
methamphetamines, $6,500 in
cash and a loaded 9 mm Glock
handgun. The street- value of
the methamphetamine is
$30,000, officials said. All four
suspects were arrested and
placed in custody. No bail has
been set for their release.
Those arrested where:
Gabriel Almaraz, 31, and
Alfredo Almaraz, 24, both of
6927 County Line Road. They
were charged with trafficking
in methamphetamine and
conspiracy to traffic the drug.
Hugo Federico Rosales, 28,
2317 Azaleia Court, Lakeland.
He was charged with armed
trafficking in .methampheta-
mine and conspiracy to traffic
the drug.
A young woman who
turned 18 on Feb. 12, four days
after the incident, was also
arrested and faces charges of,
armed trafficking in metham-
phetamine and conspiracy to
traffic the drug.
Gabriel Almaraz, Alfredo
Almaraz and Hugo Federico
Rosales are all being held at
the Hillsborough County
Orient Road Jail.
Officials have not
determined if the teen girl will
be charged as an adult and
they would not say if she
remained in custody.


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sessions planned
Kindergarten round-ups,
which help familiarize parents
with their child's school,
teachers and programs, are
planned at a number of Plant
City-area schools.
Parents can complete
enrollment forms at the ses-
sions.
Enrollment requirements
are:
# A valid birth certificate
showing the child will be at
least 5 years old on Sept. 1,
2006.
Proof of residence.
A health report that
includes: a certification of a
school entry health examina-
tion performed within one
year prior to enrollment into a
Florida school
+ Kindergarten and first-
grade students are also
required to have the following
immunizations:
five doses DPT (diphtheria,
pertussis, and tetanus);
four doses polio vaccine
(IPV, OPV);
two doses MMR (measles,
mumps, rubella);
three doses Hepatitis B vac-
cine (HBV) given over a six-
month period;
VZV (Varicella. Zoster -
chickenpox) If the child has
had the disease, he or she will
not need this.
If a child does not have the
above immunizations, he or
she must have a medical
exemption signed by a physi-
cian or a religious exemption
on HRS form 681 available at
the Hillsborough County
Health Department 1105 E.
Kennedy Blvd., Tampa.
Round-ups are planned at:
Bryan Elementary, April 4
from 6 to 7 a.m.
Burney Elementary, April
26 at 9 a.m.
Cork Elementary, April 25
from 8:30 to 10 a.m.
Knights Elementary,
March 30 from 6 to 8 p.m.


+ Springhead Elementary,
May 4 at 9 a.m.
Trapnell Elementary, April
27 from 6 to 8 a.m.
Thonotosassa Elementary,
April 7 at 8:30 a.m.
+ Wilson Elementary, May 2
at 9 a.m.
Call: 272-4959 or visit http:/
/appsl.sdhc.kl2.fl.us/
Art class planned
Art Foundations, a group
art class designed to teach
basic art principles, is planned
beginning the week of March
27 at 503 N. Palmer St. The
class is planned for Monday
and Wednesday afternoons
and is offered through the
School of Music and Arts.
Cost: $90 for an eight-week
session.
Call: 750-4878.
School seeks sponsors
for Walk-a-thon
Walden Lake Elementary
School will host its annual
Eagle Pride Walk-a-thon
March 17. The theme this year
will be "Wild About Learning."
The money raised will be used
to staff the technology
resource position at the school
and to purchase computer
hardware with a goal of raising
$15,000.
The school is asking area
businesses to make a donation
that will offset the cost of
prizes for the students. Any
business that makes a dona-
tion will be recognized in the
school newsletter "Eagle
Pride."
With a donation'of $75 or
more, a company's logo will
.be included on the Walk-a-.
thon T-shirt. Donation of
prize items and gift certificates
are also being sought.
In order to be recognized on
the T-shirt or in the newslet-
ter, donations must be
received by March 3.
Call: 757-9433. N
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THURSDAY
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 Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce will host a Business After Hours
event Feb. 16 from 5:15 to 7 p.m. at Master-
taste, 1111 W. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd. Free. RSVP: 754-3707.

FRIDAY
GaryElvis performs
Elvis Presley tribute performer GaryElvis
will perform and present an Elvis slide
show Feb. 17 at 4:30 p.m. at Lake Walden
Cinema 8, in the Mugs & Movies Theater,
220 W. Alexander St.
Participants are asked to bring teddy
bears for children at South Florida Baptist
Hospital and nonperishable food items for
Plant City charities.
Tickets: Adults, $12.50 in'advance and
$15 at the door; students, $7.50 advance
$10 at the door. Tickets are available at the
Cinema 8, 754-9442. Information: www.g-
aryelvis.com.

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


SATURDAY
Rotary yard sale
The Plant City Daybreak Rotary Club'
plans a yard sale and sausage-biscuit
breakfast from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 18 to
benefit The Rotary All Persons Playground
at Gilcrest Park. 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. 18 from 11
a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost is $6 per meal, proceeds
to benefit the building fund. Call: 659-
0532.

Evening in White
Mt. Olive Baptist Church WMU Mission
will observe an Evening in White Feb. 18
from 4 to 6 p.m. at the church, 604 W. Ball
St. All women are invited. Call: 754-3834.

Southern gospel music performance
The Hyssongs will present a gospel music
concert Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. at Central Baptist
Church, at the corner of Lithia Pinecrest
and Keysville Road in Lithia. Call: 737-
1751.

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.


SUNDAY
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.

Church marks 120th anniversary
Bethel Baptist Missionary Church, 804
W. Renfro St., plans to celebrate the
church's 120th anniversary Feb. 19 with a
homecoming service at 11 a.m. and an
anniversary service at 3:30 p.m.
Call: 478-0922.


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The 1914 Plant City High School, 605 N. Collins St., plans a gospel concert with The
Photo courtesy of Unity in the Community .

Gospel concert benefits charity
The 1914 Plant City High School, 605 N. Collins St., plans a gospel concert with The
Jacobs Brothers and Dave Koffel Feb. 17 at 7 p.m. Doors will open at 6 p.m. An
offering will be collected during the evening. The event benefits Unity in the
Community, a local dedicated to feeding the hungry. Call: 752-1275.


















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Nuns on the run
This weekend will.be the last chance to see 'Messugah-nuns!,' a musical comedy
about nuns and a cast member of "Fiddler on the Roof" who stage an ad-hoc show
on a cruise ship. Above, 'Messugah-nuns!' cast members perform some songs from
the show at the recent Plant City Arts Council's Chili Cook-Off. A production of
Plant City Entertainment, the musical comedy sets sail Feb. 17-18 at 8 p.m. at
Hillsborough Community College, Plant City campus, 1206 N. Park Road. Tickets are
$10 for adults and $8 for students and seniors ages 55 and older. Call: Frances
Hardee, 754-4929.


TUESDAY
Build a toad house
A Toadh6use 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 establish-
ing a toad habitat within their yard in order
to reduce lawn pests. Admission is free.
To register, call 757-9289, Ext. 249.

Race relations study group at library
"Are We a'Nation of Strangers" will be


the topic of a race relations study group
sponsored by the Tampa Hillsborough
Urban League at Bruton Memorial Library,
302 McLendon St., from 7 to 9 p.m. Feb.
21.
Call: 229-8117.

School plans health fair
Turkey Creek Middle School, 1701 Turkey
Creek Road, will host its second annual
Health Fair/F.I.T. Night (Families Involved
Together) Feb. 21 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in
the school gymnasium. The Wellness Bus
See CALENDAR, Page 21


(LUB (LIPS

Plant City Toastmasters
The Plant City Toastmas-
ters Club meets Thursdays at
7:30 a.m. at the Greater Plant
City Chamber of Commerce,
106 N. Evers St.
Call: Hal Brewer, 752-4949.

Plant City Rotary
The Plant City Noonday
Rotary Club meets Mondays
at noon at the Ramada Inn,
2011 N. Wheeler St.
Call: Steve Saloman, 299-
2233.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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







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SP LN I ON


State Of The Political Theater


I didn't watch the president deliver Karl Rove's State
of the Union speech. Mr. Rove fooled me once in
the 2000 campaign. I don't give people a second
shot. It was appropriate that the State of the Union
speech occurred close to the Academy.Award nomi-
nations. They are both about theater, make-believe
and dishonest hype.


The last president to give an
honest and substantive State of
the Union address was Dwight
Eisenhower.
Words are, of course,
symbols, hopefully represent-
ing something that exists in
reality. Words, however, are
never the things they symbol-
ize. Thus, the words about
ending our dependency on
foreign oil are not, in fact, any
attempt to develop alternative
energy sources. This is the fifth
time President Bush has
promised to end dependency
on foreign oil. Presidents have
been saying these words since
Richard Nixon. The reality is
that our dependency has
increased.
You can judge honesty and
dishonesty by the use of words.
The honest man or woman will
use words that as closely as
possible correspond to reality.
A dishonest person will use
words that bear no relationship
or only partial relationship to
reality. The difference is, the


CHARLEY
REESE
Columnist



honest person is using words in
an attempt to communicate
truth; the dishonest person is
using words to fool people.
State of the Union speeches
have become, like national
political conventions, merely
political theater free political
advertising, courtesy of
network television, that refuses
to recognize the reality. The


cable-news companies, of
course, have to knock the
enamel off their teeth anyway,
so they love to analyze what is
essentially simple deception
and a charade. We don't get an
honest assessment of the
nation or an honest statement
of intentions. We get instead
what the spin-masters have
decided is a good campaign
theme. President Bush wants
very much to keep his Republi-
can majorities in the House
and Senate.
What's funny is that if you
did believe the speech, then
you would have to wonder why
so many Americans are
worried, unemployed, suffering
from bad education and can't
afford health care. To hear Karl
Rove's dummy tell it, every-
thing in America is wonderful,
we are winning in Iraqand are
winning the war on terrorism.
The Bush administration has
created a considerable number
of jobs manufacturing jobs in
China and India, and fast-food
and janitorial jobs in America.
If things are so great, why is -
Ford laying off thousands, and
why is Dell computers building
a new plant in India? And if
we are winning the war in Iraq,
why is it that in 2005 there were
10,000 attacks with improvised
explosives, compared with only
5,000 in 2004? Why can't we
keep the lights on in Baghdad?


Or get the oil out of the ground?
What's so winning about
religious parties aligned with
Iran forming the government
in Iraq?
Rove is a master at using
language to deceive people. For
example, he changes domestic
spying to spying on terrorists,
and then Bush accuses his
critics of wanting to sit back
and wait for the terrorists to
strike. That is a complete
falsification of the issue.
Nobody objects to spying on
terrorists. The objection is that
when spying on terrorists also
involves spying on American
citizens, then Bush should get a
warrant, as both federal law
and the Constitution require.
Face facts, folks. This is the
most intellectually dishonest
and secretive administration in
the modern era.
President Bush says he is a
religious man, and I have no
reason to doubt him on that
point. I'm sure that as he ends
his prayers every night, he
adds, "Please bless Karl Rove
and keep him safe from
prosecutors, and thank you,
God, for timid Democrats, a
lap-dog press corps and a too-
trusting public."

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


Do You Know Your Family History?


The past few weeks I have been driving to Braden-
ton every Tuesday. The purpose is twofold. First,
to take advantage of my parents' close proximity,
enjoy a pot of tea and chat. Second, to finally
launch a long overdue project I've had in mind for
years. /


I'm interviewing my mum
and dad, documenting the
story of their lives. They were
both children in England
during World War If, living in
and around London, so there
are stories and to spare. The
family history they guard is
priceless, the lives they have
lived rich and inspiring.
The stories we have all
emerged from are unique. The
stories we are living are rare
and irreplaceable. People often
tell me how much they regret
failing to take the time to learn
just a little more before the
windows of opportunity close.
I'm not just talking about
facts the who, what, where
and whens of our families. I'm
talking about the whys and the
why nots, the hearts and the
souls, the deeper questions and
the stuff that touches us -
sometimes with pathos and
sometimes with joy.
It's amazing what we don't
know. It's even more astonish-
ing how little we genuinely
understand the people who
brought us into this world, who


DEREK
MAUL
Columnist


we lived with for 18 years or
more and who have known
pretty much everything about
us literally since the day we
were born.
So we're starting with the
facts the dates, the jobs, the
places and the people. Then
we've been coloring in between
the lines. That would be hopes
and dreams, aspirations and
disappointments, joy and
sadness, faith and doubt.
To help me along I have this
new toy. Before my tape


recorder broke down I didn't
know there was such a device,
but my techno son has hooked
me up with a digital voice
recorder. This thing is cool, I
can record several hours of
dialogue at a time and then
archive the conversations,
storing audio files on my
computer.
I'm starting with my dad. He
was born in 1928. When he was
young the winds of war were
blowing in Europe, but he said
adults left kids pretty much in
the dark. He had no idea war
was in the air until the day
Poland fell in 1939.
"A state of war exists with
Germany," British Prime
Minister Neville Chamberlain
announced. "The task will be
hard. There may be dark days
ahead and war can no longer
be confined to the battlefield.
But we can only do the right as
we see the right and reverently
commit our cause to God."
I learned my dad could stand
on the street outside his house
at night and watch German
buzz bombs fly overhead, close
enough to identify. And when
he was "evacuated" to safety in
1940 his parents didn't even
know where his train was going
when they said goodbye.
We've been looking at old
sepia-toned photographs, and
my dad has been pouring over
his father's journals. Turns out


my grandfather wanted to be a
missionary to the interior of
"Darkest Africa" before World
War I. He was rejected because
he had one bad eye, but -
translated bitter disappoint-
ment into a lifetime of support
and an ongoing ministry of
encouragement, corresponding
with scores of missionaries
throughout the world.
We've only made it as far as
my dad's first few weeks in the
British Army at age 18. Last
week I left him digging a slit
trench with another soldier.
They were told to finish up
quickly before the tank rolled
over them that's how they
weregoing to find outif it was a
good trench.
Most importantly I'm doing
a lot of listening. When people
tell their story they tend to get
honest and also risk a little
more transparency than three
minutes on the phone or
chitchat over a bite to eat.
The purpose may be family
history; but the byproduct is
relationship. No matter how
old your folks are, and no
matter how much time you
think you have in hand, today
is never too soon to start.

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


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INSIDE THE CITIZEN'S POLICE ACADEMY WEEK 3


City Is Not Immune From


Prostitution, Gangs


You're one of the good
guys. You live in a world of
moral respectability because
you play by the rules.
In the morning you plan
your day, making sure you
have what you need. You
leave the house and lock the
door behind you. You move
through your routine, drive to
work or do errands and return
home. Your day comes to an
end when you head for bed
grateful you live in a small-
'town atmosphere of simpler
times, where traditional
values are cherished and
people respect and care for
one another.
If only it was that way for all
of us.
According to Plant City
Police Chief Bill McDaniel, his
department receives some
69,000 calls each year requir-
ing the police. No matter how
major or minor the offense,
criminal activity has the
ability to strike deep, not only
within individuals, but within
the heart of our community.
To combat street crime, the
Plant City Police Department
Street Crimes Unit was
established. The officers
assigned to this unit special-
ize in investigating gang-
related crimes, prostitution
and narcotic offenses.
At the Citizens' Police


"



JERRY
LOFSTROM
Columnist


Academy, we're learning
about the seedy underside of
prostitution and street gangs
in Plant City.

Prostitution
Street prostitution is
common all over the world,
and Plant City is not exempt.
According to the Plant City
vice unit, there are 10 known
street prostitutes in Plant
City. The citizens' police
cadets watched a videotaped
arrest as members of the
department's undercover vice
unit "took down" a street
prostitute.
Imagine this: a pregnant
woman, expecting twins,
hooked on crack cocaine,
selling herself on the street for


$10. The human deprivation
of that scene was as troubling
as anything I've seen. It made
me think about.the "John's"
responsibility.
Have you ever wondered
why prostitution is the only
criminal offense involving
mutual consent between two
people, where, in most cases,
only the female partner is
arrested? Prostitutes are often
booked and back on the
streets within 24 hours.
Let's face it: Those who
solicit and those who prosti-
tute are wrong. The male
partner is the procurer, the
customer, the John. How
about publicly disclosing
names and photos in the
newspaper and handing the
Johns over to their wives-or
girlfriends where Miranda,
civil rights and protection
under the law won't matter?
Street gangs
Just take a look at graffiti
around Plant City and you
should have no doubt gangs
are here and they are making
their presence known.
According to McDaniel, there
are five organized street
gangs in Plant City. Sur 13
with 146 members, KCS and
CK with 29 members, Norte
See POLICE, Page 10


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Bachelors + Bids = Money For A Good Cause


Southern writer Flannery
O'Connor said, "a good man
is hard to find," but The Plant
City Chapter of the American
Business Women's Associa-
tion changed all that when it
hosted its annual Bachelor
Auction at the Red Rose
Ballroom at the Ramada Inn
Feb. 10.
All the gentlemen had one
thing in common: a sense of
humor. I know association
president Gail Lyons and co-
chairwomen Shannon
Mitchell and Jodi Smith were
grateful for the bachelors'
willingness to put themselves
on stage and under the
microscope.
Charlene Closshey served
as emcee with auctioneer
Dave McKay of WQYK in
bidding off the bachelors and
raffling gifts from area
businesses. It was all ift the
spirit of fun, and the gentle-
men were impressive.
Dan Maguire, a 46-year-old
Tampa police officer, did
more than 60 pushups on the
runway, while Keith Hillary, a
self-employed Winter Haven
commercial truck driver,
threatened a strip act to raise
the bidding. Ronnie Rice, a
69-year-old manager with
Warren Tree Sales, brought a
wave of cheers when, before a
dash down the runway, he
kissed Closshey, not once, but
twice.
The highlight of the evening
goes to Matt Yarborough,
vice-president of Yarborough
Equipment/Land Develop-
ment, whose winning bid
brought $1,650.
The auction raised $13,000
for the association's schol-
arship fund.

Trinity United Methodist
Church dedicates center
Someone once said to have
children is to forever have
your heart walking outside
your body. Ifthat's true, there
were a lot of hearts walking
around Trinity United
Methodist Church Jan. 22 for
the dedication of the new
Jimmie Smith Memorial
Youth Center and 60th
anniversary of the church.
The Smith and Wynn
families were there, along
with Dan and Steve Smith's
dad, Jiles, to share in the
heartfelt ceremony, dedicat-
ing the center in memory of
Jimmie Wynn Smith. Before
her death in 2003, Jimmie was
the last active charter member
of Trinity.

Arts Council
scholarship fundraiser
Fine dining and dancing at
the Red Rose Ballroom Feb. 25
will benefit the Arts Council
Scholarship Fund. You will
also enjoy performances by
Dennis Hoag and Jenifer Roys,
an art exhibit and a silent
auction, including a raffle.
Dennis, one of the Ameri-
can Business Women's
Association auction bache-


BETTYBRIGGS/I
Matt Yarborough brought in the highest bid at the American Business Women's Association's
bachelor auction Feb. 10.


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist

lors, wooed the ladies with a
love song on the runway. It's
black tie optional and you
must make reservations by
Feb. 20 by calling Cheryl at
973-1770. It promises to be a
special evening.

Sunburst Pageant
crowns queen
The Sunburst Pageant held
recently at the Plant City
Garden Club crowned
DeeDee Liane Cardenas,
daughter of Raul and Diane
Cardenas, as the 2006 Sun-
burst Queen in the 14 to 16
age group. She also received
the Best Personality title.
Congratulations to this
Durant High freshmen, who is
active in student government.

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.


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Above left, Brett Allen, a contractor with Northstar Entertainment of Tampa Bay, had all the
right steps and a wild sense of humor. Above center, bachelor Steven Neil, a Polk County Sheriff's
Office deputy, served up spicy shrimp cocktails and Plant City strawberries dipped in chocolate
before the bidding began. Above right, DeeDee Liane Cardenas was recently crowned 2006
Sunburst Beauty Queen.


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As I was checking the morning news today,
I ran across another piece of news that should
at least get the attention of everyone.
If it doesn't get your attention or at least
irritate you a bit, you haven't been to the gas
pumps lately.
Another of the huge petro companies has
posted a fourth- quarter profit of more than
$10 billion.
That's billion.
A yearly quarter is three months!
They are realizing these monstrous profits
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to go to work. I don't intend to pick on this
company, they are simply one of several that
have posted these types of profits in the
midst of soaring fuel costs to the consumer.
This may sound funny or misplaced, but I
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POLICE
Continued From Page 7


14 with 34 members and
Dover Locos with 59 mem-
bers.
McDaniel emphasized that,
more times than not, gang
graffiti is not merely writing
on the wall. For many gangs
and gang members, this type
of vandalism only serves as a
reminder of more violent and
heinous criminal behavior.
McDaniel noted that graffiti
serves several purposes, all of


can-have an effect on these high prices;
resolve to lower our fuel consumption. Stop
buying any fuel that is not an absolute
necessity.
In a very short period of time these profit
giants will be drowning in gasoline and the
price will fall. When fuel and transport costs
fall, the prices of all other consumer goods
will eventually fall to competitive pressure.
The consumers have always held the keys to
outrageous prices, but have never wielded
the power that they possess.
I for one have already been and intend to
continue using my key to costs. I absolutely
am not calling for boycotts and rabble
rousing, but simply to provoke the local
consumer to thought through good econom-
ics.
Almost every business in the world is there
to make a profit. There is nothing wrong
with honest hard work and the fruit of
labors, but some profit borders on, if not
crosses over into, the obscene.
J.T. Sims
Plant City


which is understood by other
"gangbangers." Graffiti has
been called the bulletin board
for gangs because they
communicate many mes-
sages, including challenges,
warnings and pronounce-
ments of deeds accomplished
or about to occur.
Plant City has established
an ordinance to deal with this
public eyesore. Graffiti is
removed or painted over after


it is documented and investi-
gated by the police. Police
officers assigned to the street-
crime division have devel-
oped an expertise in reading
and understanding graffiti
- and have collected other
criteria and intelligence to
fight street-gang crimes.
It is evident street gangs are
here, and the more we learn .
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Nora Green honored at
Pinecrest Elementary
Nora Green, who has
worked for Hillsborough
County School District for 36
years, will be honored at a
retirement celebration at 3
p.m. Feb. 28 at Pinecrest Ele-
mentary School, 7950 Lithia-
Pinecrest Road.
Former colleagues and stu-
dents, contact Beth York at
Pinecrest Elementary at 744-
8164.

Florida Strawberry Festival
contest deadlines
The Florida Strawberry Fes-
tival is scheduled for March
2-12 in Plant City. Deadlines
for a number of contests asso-
ciated with the festival are
drawing near. Festival officials
are encouraging anyone
interested to fill out entry
forms as soon as possible.
Some of the 'contests and
the deadlines are:
Baby Contest: Registra-
tion is March 5 from 3:45 to 4:
45 p.m. Contest starts March
5 from 5 to 7 p.m. Hills-
borough County babies only.
Shoebox Float Contest: All
completed entries are to be
brought to the festival's main
exhibit building between 1
and 6 p.m. Feb. 28.
Neighborhood Village
Contest: Entries due by Feb.
23 between noon and 6 p.m.
for needlework, knitting and
crocheting, sewing, pictures,
needlework, toys, heritage'
arts and genealogy. Entries in
the food preservation, baking
and cake decorating catego-
ries are -due between noon
and 6 p.m. Feb. 28.
Plant City Garden Club
Horticulture Show: Due bet-
ween 6 and 9 p.m. Feb. 28 and


9 a.m. and 2 p.m. March 1.

Florida Strawberry Festival
ticket office is open
The ticket office for the
Florida Strawberry Festival
will be open for walk-up and
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 youn-
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Ticket office hours are
weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4
p.m. The office will be open
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
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Spare bedrooms, apart-
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welcome.
For information, please call
Delores at (863) 644-2431, Ext.
197.

Church plans Italy trip
The Rev. Tom Morgan of St.
Clement Catholic Church
invites the community on a
10-day pilgrimage to Italy,
with stops in Rome, Florence,
Assisi, Tuscany and Siena.
The trip is set for Nov. 7-16.
It costs $2,399 per person
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The Rev. Ronald Dale Mizer Allen Chapel AME Church


The Rev. Ronald Mizer, 52, first entered the
pulpit as a fifth-grader in Little Rock, Ark.
"I was a boy preacher at 11," he said. Mizer
and his wife, Bessie, arrived in town on the first
Sunday of December, 2005.
Q: Where were you raised?
A. I'm originally from Little.Rock. My great-
grandfather, Willie Settles, came to Little Rock
in 1953. There were 23 members of my family
who joined the church at one time. I've been
African Methodist Episcopal (AME) all my life.
Q: What was your previous assignment?
A: I came here from the Greater Saint Paul
AME Church in Orlando. We finally moved .in
after New Year's. That's why I come to church
every day, so I don't have to unpack boxes!
Q: Talk about your education.
A: After 18 months in the Air Force, I attended
Lemoyne-Owens College in Memphis, earning
my B.S. in 1979. I was accepted at both medical
school and seminary, but chose the ministry. I
received my masters of divinity from Interde-
nominational Theological Center Seminary
(ITC) in Atlanta in 1983. Later, I completed
courses in church administration and manage-
ment.
Q: But you loved science and medicine?
A: Yes. I was also certified as a medical assis-
tant. I taught medical assistant and nursing
assistant programs at schools in Atlanta.
Q: Anything else interesting?


A: I sung professionally I was a tenor with
Leroy Upshaw and the National Travelers. I
hosted their weekly TV
show and managed
the group. And I
played Double-A base-
ball for the Cardinals -
the Little Rock
Travelers before I
broke my leg.
haQ: What do you
think of Plant City so
far?
A: I've never seen so
DEREK MAUL/Photo many churches in one
Ronald Mizer, the place. It appears that
new pastor at Allen people want to get
Chapel AME Church, along together. They
loves to cook and is want to make it a holi-
a former semi- stic community and
professional are willing to work
basessallplayetoward that. That's
baseball player. what I'm looking for.
Not a black-and-white
struggle, but a situation where people will be
built up and empowered.
Q: Talk about your family?-
A: I married Bessie Hollowell in 2000. I have
two girls and a son, my wife has two girls, and
.we have seven grandchildren. The children live
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SPIRIT
Continued From Page 13
Q: What makes you proud of
your wife?
A: She sits down and she
talks to me. She does a good
job of keeping me on track.
She's a good woman, and she
does what she can to help me.
Q: Did you meet the Carters
when you worked in Ameri-
cus, Ga.?
A: I became involved in
Habitat for Humanity and
served on boards together
with (former President) Jimmy
and Rosalind Carter. I also
worked with Bill Clinton as
secretary of East Arkansas
Legal Services.
Q: How many people are
involved at your church?
A: Exactly 127 members. I've
already seen signs of growth.
The biggest challenge is min-
istry, and by that IV mean
having ministries that adapt to
the needs of the people.
Q: Do you watch television?
A. Don't laugh, but my
favorites are the cooking
channels. I love to cook. You
name it, I can cook it. I like a
lot of steak, ribs and brisket.
Now that I'm in Florida, I'm
learning to like seafood. I'll get

POLICE
Continued From Page 10
about them, the better we will
be able to take preventive
action to protect ourselves,
our property and, more
important, our children
against dhem.
When this day comes to an
end and you head for bed
grateful you live in a small-
town atmosphere of simpler
times, be also grateful for a
terrific police department.


To enroll in the fall session
of the Citizens' Police Aca-


to cooking up stuff, and it
takes my mind off a lot of other
things.
Q: How about books and
movies?
A: "The DNA of Relation-
ships." I'd like to sit down and
talk with the author, Dr. Gary
Smalley. As for movies? "The
Lion King" and "Simba's
Pride."
Q: Is there a scripture you'd
like to leave with readers?
A: Psalm 121:1. "I will look
toward the hills. Where-does
my help come from? My help
comes from the Lord." There
are many things you have to
keep in your heart to help
empower you. But as long as I
can look to the hill, to the old
rugged cross....
Q: What makes you excited
about being here?
A: To be able to be a spokes-
person for the Lord. Out of
everything that God could
have done through me. To be
able to stand before people as
God's spokesperson I can't
think of a better thing in the
world.
Do you have someone you
would like to see us profile in
this column? Call Derek Maul
at 245-2304 or e-mail him at
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demy, call the Plant City
Police Department at 757-
9200 or e-mail police'plantc-
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consists of sLx consecutive
Tuesday and Thuisday night
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2412 Williamette Drive.
Classes are limited to 20. All .;
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Plant City businessman Jerry
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six-week Citizens' Police Academy.
This is the third of six reports about
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which was coordinated by Jackie's Dance Theater, Clogging and
Gym. Below, more than 300 people turned out for the event at
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Warm reception for chili
Chili proved a popular respite from unseasonably cold temperatures Saturday morning, Feb. 11, at
the Plant City Arts Council's 16th annual Chili Cook-Off. Above, Jack Mulqueen of CF Industries
serves up a bowl of chili. Mulqueen and Harold Falls cooked three varieties of the dish: spicy,
vegetarian and Navy seafood. The winners were: novelty chili first place, Vickers family, second
place, C.F. Industries seafood entry; mild chili first place, Wal-Mart, second place, Plant City
Photo Archives; spicy chili first place, Plant City Children's Theatre, second place, Plant City
Toastmasters; people's choice C.F. Industries spicy entry; best table decoration, Pirko family.


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More than 100 people turned out for the "Walk for Life" to
benefit the Pregnancy Care Center of Plant City Feb. 11 at the
Plant City Stadium complex. "Today is about community
involvement and getting together with friends." said Mary Alice
Hendicks. executive director of the center. Organizers said the
event raised more than $11.000.


Matt and Patty Pirko earned a
first in the cake category.


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They came. They saw. They ate fast. A Taste of Chocolate, held
Feb. 11 at McCall Park in downtown Plant City, was a hit if the
empty trays of goodies were anything to go by. A fundraiser for
SPlant City Entertainment, the event would have made Willy
Wonka proud, with most of the tasty treats gone within an hour.
The event featured around 10 tables of goodies, with each table
ook first place in offering more than 60 samples. Above, Ericka Mange's chocolate
novelty section at fudge cake included a red velvet center with white chocolate
oc.olate. icing.


Organizers, above, greeted walkers as they completed the 1-
mile course. Below, the team from Lone Oak Baptist Church
earned blue ribbons for completing two laps at the "Walk for
Life." They are, from left, Wayne Tanner, Lorrie Kjeer, Bill
Crouse, Geraldine Chancey and Pastor Kerry Beaty.


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Methrone packs MLK Center
Methrone, a k a, Carlos Reynolds, came home Feb. 11. A Plant
City native who has recorded four rhythm and blues albums, he
performed at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center.
The concert was part of the three-day Plant City Black Heritage
Festival, which also included a talent show, parade, midway and
banquet with guest speaker Selwyn Carter, political campaign
director for the AFL-CIO.


Plant City rappers Woozie Clarence Lewis, left, and Shaula
McFadden performed two songs before Methrone took the
stage.


The Plant City Photo Archives Inc. also donated some old
photos to help tell the story of Plant City's black community.
"We are trying to educate people about their heritage and
history through the festival," said Sharon Moody, president of
the event. "Schools in Florida don't teach enough about black
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DEATHS

Roberts
Ruth Lynch Roberts, 90, of
Plant City died Dec. 30.
She was born in Cincinnati
and came to Plant City in
1988.
She was a homemaker and
attended St. Clement Catholic
Church.
She is survived by her loving
family.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home:

Cotton
Delmer R. Cotton, 61, of
Brandon died Jan. 18.
He was born in Riverview
and was a lifelong resident of
-the area.
He served in the U.S..Army
and was an ironworker.
He is survived by a son,
Richard of Zephyrhills; a
daughter, Ashley of Plant City;
a sister, Martha Welch of Plant
City; and four grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Still
Howard A. Still, 87, of Plant
City died Jan. 20.
He was born in Seligman,
Mo., and came here from New
Port Richey two years ago.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran
of World War II, worked in
sheetmetal layout and was a
Baptist.
He was a member of VFW
Post 10167 of Holiday and he
was a past Seam Squirrel of
the Military Order of Cooties.
He was a member of Ameri-
can Legion Post 79 and Nature
Coast Saturn Car Club.
He is survived by his wife,


Shirley; a son, Gregory of
Boston, Mass.; two daughters,
Lisa Kolakowski of Plant City
and Sherrie McDonald of
Brethren, Mich.; a son-in-law,
Dar Robert; a brother, Harold
of St. Louis; two sisters, Jua-
nita Morton of Springfield,
Mo., and Helen Erwin of Okla-
homa City, Okla.; seven
grandchildren; and three
great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Missing
Mary E. Missing, 84, died
Jan. 20.
She was born in Coffee
County, Ga., and came to
Plant City as an infant. -
She worked as a social work
assistant for Hillsborough
County and then as a clerk-
typist for the state of Florida
until her retirement.
She is, survived by a son,
John W. Missing of Plant City;
a daughter, Mary Shalhub-
Davis of Plant City; and a
granddaughter, Sherene Shal-
hub of Seattle.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Bradley
Onis L. Bradley, 76, of Plant
City died Jan. 22.
He was born in Coleman
County, Ala., and was a long-
time resident of Plant City..
He was an automotive
mechanic.
He is survived by his wife,
Marie; two sons, Roger L. of
Plant City and Philip of Lake-
land; two brothers, Junior and
Jim, both of Alabama; a sister,
Joyce Bassinger of Alabama;
11 grandchildren; and 14
great-grandchildren.


Hopewell Funeral Home.

Knight
James L. Knight, 89, of Plant
City died Jan. 23.
He was a lifelong resident of
Plant City and was a veteran of
the U.S. Coast Guard.
He was retired from FMC in
Lakeland.
He is survived by his wife,
Janet; a son, Gary; a grand-
child; and two great-grand-
children.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Luster
Linda Luster, 59, of Gibson-
ton died Jan. 23.
She was born in Plant City
and was a lifelong resident of.
this area.
She was a housekeeper.
She is survived by a brother,
Walter Tuten of Wauchula.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Newkirk
Margaret C. Newkirk, 85, of
Plant City died Jan. 27.
She was a longtime resident
of Plant City and was retired
from the medical billing
department at South Florida
Baptist Hospital.
She is survived by a son,
Robert of Marietta, S.C.; two
daughters, Margaret Oldham
of Haines City and Connie of
Plant City; five grandchildren;
and four great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Adams
Harold D. Adams, 69, of
Plant died Jan. 29.
He was born in Numie, Pa.,
and came here in 1988.
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He served in the U.S. Army Airborne from
1955 to 1958 and was retired from U.S. Steel.
He is survived by his wife, Leona; a son, Gary
of Plant City; a brother, Kenneth of Youngs-
town, Ohio; two grandchildren; and a great-
grandchild.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.
Connell
George 0. Connell, 92, of Plant City died Jan.
30.
He was born in Arcadia and was a lifelong
resident of this area.
He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II
and a member of First Baptist Church of Plant
City.
He is survivedby his wife, Bonnie; a daughter,
Sue Briseno of Plant City; a grandson, George-
Addison; and two great-granddaughters.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
James
Oscar C. "Pops" James, 84, of Plant City died
Jan. 30.
He was born in Russelville, Ala., and came
here from Alabama seven years ago.
He was a farm laborer.
He is survived by a son, Glenn of Plant City; a
daughter, Alene Lacaster of Michigan; a sister,
Lou Tollett of Tennessee; six grandchildren;
and three great-grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.
Graves
Foye Graves, 94, of Opp, Ala., died Jan. 31.
She is survived by four daughters, Mary A.
Latner of Dover, Shirley A. Gibson of Babbie,
Ala., Sandra L. Bohner of Franklin, N.C., and
Gwen J. Cerny of Plant City; nine grandchil-
dren; 15 great-grandchildren; and seven great-
great-grandchildren.
SKeahey Funeral Home, Andalusia, Ala.

Green
Arthur "Duke" Green, 69, of Plant City died
Jan. 31.
He was born in Lowell, Mass., and was a
winter xi'itor here for 15 years.
He served as a medic in the U.S. Army 82nd
-Airborne Division.
He \vas a jockey for 20 years, an assistant


starter for seven years and a starter for 19
years.
He is survived by his wife, Suzanne; a son,
David of Shortsville, N.Y.; two daughters, Jean-
nie Lee Ferdyn of Tampa and Tammie Sue
Nemeskeri-Kiss of Lake Mary; a brother, Ken of
Waire, N.H.; two sisters, Rose Clermont and
Barbi, both of Tyngsboro, Mass.; and four
grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Kelley
Jewell M. Kelley, 92, of Plant City died Feb.
2.
She was born in Clay County, Ala., and was a
longtime resident of Plant City.
She was a homemaker.
She was a member of Berea Baptist Church.
She is survived- by a son, Clay of Texas; a
daughter, Cecelia Lockhart of Plant City; three
brothers, Andrew Kilgore Jr. of Idaho, Warren
K. Kilgore of Plant City and Howard Kilgore of
Bartow; six grandchildren; and five great-
grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Fullenkamp
Bernard I. Fullenkamp, 68, of Plant City died
Feb. 2.
He was born in Celina, Ohio, and was a vet-
eran of the U.S. Army.
He attended St. Clement Catholic Church
and was a member of the Knights of Colum-
bus.
He is survived by his wife, Mary; two sons,
Leo and Mike; three daughters, Cindy Moyer,
Lisa Lancaster and Angela Brown; three sisters,
Catherine Steinbrunner, Vickey Carney and
Frances Rowley; 14 grandchildren; and a great-
grandchild.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home..

Robinson
Ralph Robinson, 75, of Plant City died Feb.
3.
He was born in Donalsonville, Ga., and came
here from Georgia 50 years ago.
He was a veteran of the Korean War and a
member of the VFW.
He worked as a warehouse supervisor.
Her is survived by his wife, Laurie; two sons,
Ralph of Murphy, N.C., and Samuel of Bras-
stown, N.C.; a brother, William of Plant City;
and four grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.


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contorted each other into pretzel-like
forms so that you couldn't tell where one
leg started and an arm began.
During my exhaustive research for this
column, I discovered wrestlers are for-
bidden to pull the hair, ears or genitals of
an opponent.
I imagine they are all in agreement
with the wisdom in that. They are not
permitted to pinch the skin, bite, twist
fingers or toes, and generally not permit-
ted to perform actions, gestures or holds
with the sole intention of torturing the
opponent or making him suffer enough
to withdraw.
Also, there should be no kicking, head-
butting, strangling, pushing or applying
holds that may endanger the opponent's
life or cause a fracture or dislocation of
limbs.
While I am sure that none of these
things went on during any of the matches
I witnessed, I can't swear to it. It all looked
unbelievably dangerous to me.
The Creamer family was in the stands,
seated together, pulling for their favorite
Raider.
Grandfather John Creamer,
grandmother Patsy, mother Melissa, sis-


ter Casey and maternal grandmother
Kathy Sodders were all together, holding
their breath and then screaming at the
top of their lungs.
Joshua's father was also an athlete on
the Raiders' wrestling team. But that's
where the similarity ends. Richard com-
peted during the early 1980s. He wrestled
in the 123-pound class and was never
defeated. But he didn't do well in school
and transferred to Pathway Christian
Academy in Lakeland, where he gradu-
ated in 1983.
Joshua, home-schooled until this year,
has fared better academically. Melissa
Creamer said Joshua's recent report card
was all As and one B.
"Joshua wanted to try public school
this year," Richard Creamer said. "It took
a little getting used to, but he likes it
now."
Getting grappled and tossed around by
someone taller and heavier than you did-
n't look like much fun to me, but I'm sure
there is some character building going onr
there.
The Plant City wrestling team is young,
as wrestling teams go. There is only one
senior on the team and they should only
get better during the next two years.
Young Joshua, if he can consume
enough food to get his weight up a little
bit, should be one tough competitor. The


coaches must see something special in
the young Raider. You don't wrestle for
the varsity team as a freshman just
because they have an extra uniform.
Later in the week, I was able to talk to
Joshua about the difficulties of losing a
match, even when your team wins.
"When you get beat, it's personal,"
Creamer said. "We compete as a team to
win, but when you lose your own match,
it isn't easy to take.
"Our coaches tell us to give it our best
and never give up. Losing can be used as
a great motivator. It makes me work
harder so that the next time I wrestle they
will raise my hand as the victor, not the
other guy."
I don't know how the young wrestlers
felt that night, but by the time I got out of
that gym I was sore as I could be, just
from watching.
I felt fortunate to get out of there before
one of those young grapplers put me in a
half-nelson, applied the dreaded sky lift
and tossed me to the mat, pinning me like
a donkey.
Joshua, my lad, it's all yours.

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nesses from the community
for this family event. There
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health screenings. Call: 757-
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WEDNESDAY
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.

Tennis in the Park
Plant City's tennis supervi-
sor Shane Johnson will host a
Tennis In The Park event at
the Dort Street Tennis Courts,
407 Dort St., Feb. 22 from 5 to
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free, but participants must
pre-register by Feb. 18. Call:
659-4200, Ext. 4309.


PLAN AHEAD
Scouts honor Charles S. White
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-
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Ballroom dance lessons
Ballroom dance lessons for
beginners are held at Ramada
Plantation House Red Rose
Dining Room, 2011 N. Wheeler
St. Monday from 7 to 8:30
p.m., Cost: $10 per person/per
week. Call: Susan, (863) 604-
5060.

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.

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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.

Mt. Olive Men's Day
Mt. Olive Baptist, 604 W.
Ball St., will celebrate its
annual Men's Day Feb. 26.
Speakers will include Ernest
Anderson, 9 a.m.; and the Rev.
Willie J. Graham of Bethel
Baptist Church, 11 a.m.; and
the Rev. E.L. Wiseman, pastor
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Durant Sends 7



Wrestlers To State


3 REGION CHAMPS
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Even if a state title may,
mathematically, be too diffi-
cult to pull off, the Durant
Cougars are expected to easily
put together their best-ever
showing at the Lakeland
Center,
Regardless of the outcome,
Durant enters the Class 3A
state wrestling meet with a
presence. On Saturday, the
Cougars won the region
championship, and though
that is nothing new, the degree
of their success was. 'Durant
had seven individuals, the
most in school history, make
state, along with a record
three region champions.
"I've had guys who have
worked their butts off, year-
round two years straight, and
we now have gilys who can
win the whole thing," said
Durant head coach Dennis
Kitko. "I know my guys feel
like, at the very least, we are
expecting to at least place (top
six) some more people this
year."
Frankly, the 2005 state meet
was a letdown for Durant,
which, despite easily winning
its region, finished behind
several of those same schools
at the state meet. The Cougars
were 16th overall, right behind
two teams it crushed in points
at the regional, Riverview and
Bloomingdale.
This year, Kitko doesn't
expect that to happen. In fact,
outside of defending champ
Oviedo, he sees no other
squad the Cougars can't beat.
"Oviedo has 12 guys going
to state, so numbers-wise it


would take a miracle. I mean,
they have five more guys that
can score points. Our goal is to
finish right behind them," he
said.
All three state classifications
are scheduled to start in Lake-
land today at noon, with the
activity to span three days
ending with the champion-
ship finals Saturday evening.
Tommy Bennett, Adam
Doback and Jim Kauderman
were not only able to win a
region title in their respective
weight classifications, but
they did it with relative ease.
Bennett outpointed Dough
Petrozelli from Seminole
Ridge, 21-6, in the 103-pound
final, Doback (140) pinned
Palm Beach Gardens' Michael
Goodwin in a minute flat and
Kauderman (189) topped a
Largo wrestler, 14-7.
The regional meet was held
at East Lake High School in
Tarpon Springs. Also joining
the contingent of seven Cou-
gars will be a pair of second-
place regional finishers, Tim
Burdine and heavyweight
Greg Updike, and two more
who came in third Saturday,
Justin Bechtold and Chip
Bowden.
Along with Oviedo and
Durant, the other regional
team champs were South
Dade and Douglas. Winter
Springs and Miami Braddock
also stand as strong squads
who bring large numbers to
Lakeland.
Kitko thinks Oviedo's region
top to bottom was not nearly
as strong as Durant's, which
helped the Lions send 12
wrestlers to the state meet.
Today marks the first round
along with one round of wres-
tlebacks, set to commence at 5


MICHELLE WELCH/Photo
Durant High School earned its third straight region wrestling championship at East Lake High in
Tarpon Springs Feb. 10-11. The Cougars won with 176 points, and seven wrestlers, above, finished in
the top four in their respective weight classes to advance to the state meet in Lakeland Feb. 16-18..
A record three Cougar wrestlers also earned region titles. In front, from left, are Durant heavy-
weight Greg Updike (second), Jim Kauderman (first, 189 pounds), Adam Doback (first, 140) and
Tommy Bennett (first, 103). In back, from left, are Chip Bowden (third, 215), Justin Bechtold (third,
119) and Tim Burdine (second, 135).


p.m. The Thursday first-round
winners get going at 10 a.m.
Friday, with those who stayed
alive in wrestlebacks taking on
the Friday morning losers
beginning at 2:30 p.m.
Friday night is reserved for
the semifinals, only those
wrestlers who are 2-0 to that
point; those winners advance
all the way to Saturday night's
championship finals, which
start at 6:30. The rest of Satur-
day is for consolation-bracket
activity, 'with the matches to
set third through sixth places
scheduled to start at 4 p.m.
All of the Cougar qualifiers
are wrestling at their best, but
Bennett may have the shot at


going farthest. The junior is
36-3 on the season. Looming
as a possible strong semifinal
opponent is 31-1 freshman
Eric Chandler from Braddock.
"I'd say Tommy is the favor-
ite at his weight, and Adam
Doback's been wrestling
phenomenal," Kitko said.
The other region champ,
Kauderman, was injured for
much of the early season and
got a tough draw because of
his overall record.
His semifinal opponent,
should he win his first two
matches, would be Oviedo's
David Green, the overwhelm-
ing favorite with a 44-2


record.
The three Cougar region
champs all won their semifinal
matches with pins that took
less than three minutes to
record.
Another highlight could be
a fourth meeting in as many
weeks between Burdine (135)
and Bloomingdale's Ryan
Nye, who improved to 40-0 by
edging Burdine 5-3 in the
region final.
Burdine is 38-3 with all the
defeats coming against Nye.
Plant City sent three wres-
tlers to the regional meet, led
by district runner-up Justin
Hallman.


Boys Basketball Seasons End On Sour Notes SHARP CUTS


COUGARS, RAIDERS
BOUNCED AT DISTRICTS
By DABEK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
A season-ending loss is gen-
erally the worst kind a team
will endure, whether it's a blo-
wout or a last-second heart-
ache. The boys basketball
teams from Durant and Plant
City, unfortunately, were on
the wrong end of each kind .of
decision last week.
Plant City took a stunning
56-55 loss at the hands of host
East Bay, which scored with
three seconds left to end the
Raiders' year. While Durant
was able to'win a thriller in its
opening-round game, the
Cougars then were eliminated
the following night by top-
seed Sarasota Riverview.
"We played them much
tougher than we did'the first
time, but still just too much
size for us," said Durant head
coach Jeffrey Shotwell, whose
team ended with a 9-15 record
after going through some dis-
cipline issues during the


course of the season.
Durant started off its district
run with a 49-48 victory over
Sarasota, coming back from a
29-24 halftime deficit. Fresh-
man A.J. Garden was the key,
making 10-of-15 field goals,
four of them 3-pointers, in
scoring a game-high 27. Josh
Fussell hit the go-ahead shot
with 20 seconds left..
Later on Tuesday, the Raid-
ers hit the court. Plant City
was the third seed and had a
favorable draw. The Raiders
held an eight-point lead going
into the fourth quarter against
East Bay, but the Indians
staged a rally by hitting nine
3-pointers, including the one
and only of the game for Derek
Beltran, which gave East Bay
the 56-55 victory.
Chyijuan Cooper scored 24
points in the game, and Jason
Brown's final contest in a
Raider basketball uniform
netted him 13 points. Donni6
Howard also added 13. -The
Raiders held the statistical
advantages making 19 free
throws compared to three for
East Bay but the Indians'
uncanny long-distance shoot-


ing was the difference.
On the following night, East
Bay's offense failed to make it
to the gym as Lakeland beat
the Indians, 64-29, in the
semifinal. East Bay ended with
a 6-16 record while Plant City
wound up 13-13.
In Wednesday's other
semifinal, No. 6-ranked Sara-
sota Riverview charged to a
10-0 lead and Durant did not
get off its first field-goal
attempt until the middle of the
first quarter. Durant did get
the score to 10-5 by the end of
the period, and it was 24-17 at
the half before the Rams put
the Cougars away in the third.
Fussell scored 16 points and
Terrance Frasier added 13:
Shotwell was optimistic
about the program's future,
with several underclassmen
getting playing time. But the
overall inexperience hurt,
especially in close games.
"Our record is obviously a
disappointment when you
consider that we were 5-3
going into Christmas break,"
he said. "We had some com-

See HOOPS, Page 23


Softball Warms Up


Chilly February


Nothing like a couple of
10-0 wins to show that it may
be another strong season.
That's how the Plant City
softball team began its 2006
campaign last week.
And Durant did OK in its
first game, too, beating
Armwood 11-0 with Brittney
Garcia hitting a home run for
the Cougars. Clearly, some-
thing will have to give this
Friday night when the rivals
square off at Plant City High.
Both teams will contend, if
not meet one another, for
the district championship in
Class 6A-District 8 and even
Friday's loser will still be
there in the running when
everything is said and done.
However, the loser will also
have a long time to stew, as
the rematch won't be staged
until March 31.
MacKenzie Dawson, the


Raiders starting pitcher, not
only tossed a couple of
shutouts, but slipped in
three doubles at the plate.
Her effort against Lakeland
in a 10-0 victory Friday night
was a no-hitter.
A lot of eyes will be on the
Cougar baseball team this
See SHARP, Page 23






FEBRUARY 16, 2006 THE COURIER 23


Special signing


KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
Above, Plant City quarterback Jason Brown, center, puts pen to paper Feb. 1,
officially signing to play football for the U.S. Naval Academy. Joining Brown are
former Raider football coach Todd Long, Lenard Brown, Brown's father, Evangeline
McDonald, Brown's mother, and Principal David Steele. Left, Durant soccer coach
Dick Sheffield gives words of encouragement to senior Gabi Rivera during Rivera's
signing party. A record goal-scorer in her Durant career, Rivera will attend and play
soccer at Auburn University in the fall.


HOOPS
Continued From Page 22
mitment issues over the holi-
days that I don't think we ever
really recovered from. The
future looks good. Maybe as
(the underclassmen) develop,
we can avoid some of the
problems regarding experi-
ence and leadership that we
could no --overcome this
year."'
yearden the leading scorer
!at 15.5 points per game will
return as a sophomore, as will
junior-varsity point guard
John Mitchell, who got into


eight varsity games this season
and started in three of those
games over the holidays when
some players were sus-
pended.-
Three sophomores who also
contributed this year were
Royce Rose, Jeremy Fussell
and Damon Kolanowski.
Frasier was second on the
team with 12.8 points, and
Josh Fussell pitched in 10.8 a
game and was the leading
rebounder, averaging 7 per
night.


SHARP
Continued From Page 22
year. All right, most of the
eyes will be on one guy.
Carmen Giardana has
signed with defending
national champion Texas,
but may never put on a
collegiate uniform. That
potentially tough decision is
still many months away, but
there is a chance Giardina
goes in the first round of the
major-league draft. Passing
up the opportunity, and big
bucks, of a pro contract may
prove tough to resist.


But Durant is not a one-
man team. The Cougars got
their season under way
Tuesday and on Friday host
Lakeland.
Next Tuesday, Plant City
hosts Durant.
Wow, was I wrong in
saying Gaither would just
cruise into the state soccer
final. The Cowboys, after
ending Plant City's season in
boys soccer with a region
quarterfinal 4-0 win,
advanced to the region final


against Countryside. And I'll
be darned, Countryside beat
them again (2-0) and is in
Fort Lauderdale playing for a
state crown.

Spike note
A member of the Raider
volleyball team is going to
further her playing days at
the collegiate level.
Kendra Waters has com-
mitted to South Florida
Community College in Avon
Park.


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could serve the public good
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residents to have the mailbox
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service to replace the box. It
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other private mail carrier
boxes on Timberlane Drive,
just west of Alexander Street,
is sometimes well used, the
postmaster said. But the mail
is not often local.
"We find metered business
mail from Lakeland and
Tampa often placed in that
box," Fultz said.
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business mail out of the
count, we have less than 25
pieces each day being left at
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After a one-week warning
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Feb. 6.
Gary Sawtelle, the public
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of mail each day is the cutoff
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"We have about 2,700 boxes
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boxes that are not used often
enough. If the public believes
that particular box should
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they need to contact the post-
master."
The address is: Jan Fultz
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Woods Drive, Plant City, FL
33566-9998.
"If the public wants the
mailbox returned, they should
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will consider their requests.
This is not a closed issue."
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I ILegals I
RESOLUTION NO. 30-2006
A RESOLUTION DECLARING
INTENTION OF THE CITY
COMMISSION OF THE CITY
OF PLANT CITY TO ORDER
AND DIRECT DEMOLITION
AND REMOVAL OF
BUILDINGS OR
STRUCTURES ON
PROPERTY LOCATED AT
705 EAST WARREN STREET,
AND FIXING A DATE AND
TIME FOR HEARING
PROVIDING THE OWNER
AN OPPORTUNITY TO
SHOW CAUSE AS TO
REASONS IF ANY WHY
SUCH DEMOLITION AND
REMOVAL SHOULD NOT BE
ORDERED.
WHEREAS in accordance
with Chapter 78, Article IX,
Plant City Code, the
Building Inspector of the
City of Plant City did on
August 9, 2005, issue a
Notice and Order of
Condemnation affecting
the premises hereinafter
described, which Notice
and Order of
Condemnation was served
in accordance with Section
78-724, Plant City Code on
Demetrium S. Shaw, the
owner of said premises;
and
WHEREAS, said owner of
said premises has failed to
comply with or appeal from
such order within the time
therein fixed, and the
matter has thejeupon been
referred to this City
Commission; now
therefore
BE IT RESOLVED BYTHE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY,
FLORIDA:
SECTION 1. That upon the
failure of Demetrium S.
Shaw, owner of the
premises described as:
Lot 5, Block 2, Water Oak
as per map or plat thereof
as recorded in Plat Book 26,
Page 108 of the Public
Records of Hillsborough
County, Florida,
to demolish and remove
the buildings or structures
thereon in compliance with
the Notice and Order of
Condemnation of the
Building Inspector of the
City of Plant City dated
August 9, 2005, or to appeal
therefrom, the City
Commission does hereby
declare its intention to
order and direct demolition
and removal of such
buildings or structures
either with city forces or by
independent contractor
submitting the lowest and
best bid therefore and
assessingthe costs thereof
against the real property
upon which such costs
were incurred.
SECTION 2. The City
Commission will hold a
public hearing in relation
therto, at which time
Demetrium S. Shaw, owner
of said property, shall have
an opportunity to show
cause why such demolition
and removal should not be
ordered on March 13, 2006
at 7:30 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as the matter
may be heard in the Sadye
Gibbs Martin Auditorium of
of the Nettle Berry
Draughon Municipal
Building, 302 West
Reynolds Street (City Hall),
Plant City,Florida.
SECTION 3. That the City
Clerk shall forthwith
furnish a copy of this


I Legals I
resolution by certified mail
to Demetrium S. Shaw 106
South Forest Street, Plant
City, Florida 33563.
SECTION 4. A copy of this
resolution shall be posted
on the property located at
705 EastWarren Street.
SECTION 5. The City Clerk
shall publish a copy of this
resolution in The Courier,
issue of February 16,2006.
SECTION 6. All persons are
advised that if a person
decides to appeal any
decision mase by the City
Commission with respect
to any matter considered
at such meeting, he will
need a record of the
proceedings, and for such
purpose he may need to
ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceeding is
made, which record
includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the
appeal isto be based.
SECTION 7. In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabilities Act.any person
with a disability requiring
r e a-s o na b e
accommodation in orderto
participate in this meeting
should call the City Clerk at
813-659-4200 at least 48
hours prior to the public
hearing.
Adopted by the City
Commission on February
13,2006.
John L. Dicks
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
Virginia L. Helper
City Clerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
NO:3065 2/16/2016
RESOLUTION NO. 33-2006
A RESOLUTION PROVIDING
NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ENACTMENT OF AN
ORDINANCE BY THE CITY
COMMISSION OF THE CITY
OF PLANT CITY FLORIDA,
AS REQUIRED BY SECTION
166 041, FLORIDA
STATUTES AND OTHER
APPLICABLE LAW.
WHEREAS, this City
Commission has on this
date read for first reading
the proposed ordinance
hereinafter referred to:
now therefore
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY,
FLORIDA:
SECTION 1. As required by
Section 166.041 Florida
Statutes, and other
applicable law the City
Commission of the City of
Plant City, Florida, does
hereby give notice of the
proposed enactment of an
ordinance entitled:
AN ORDINANCE OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY,
FLORIDA, AMENDING
CHAPTER 86 PLANT CITY
CODE REGARDING IMPACT
FEES; AMENDING
SECTIONS 86-26, 86-66,
86-106, 86-119 86-159 AND
86-175 PLANT CITY CODE,
REGARDING DEFINITIONS,
AMENDING SECTIONS
86-39,86-79 86-119 86-159
AND 86-188 PLANT CITY
CODE, PROVIDING FOR
EXEMPTIONS FOR LOW


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INCOME PERSONS WITHIN
THE LAURA STREET
RESTORATION OVERLAY
DISTRICT' CREATING
SECTION h4-336 PLANT
CITY CODE REGARDING
EXEMPTIONS FOR LOW
INCOME PERSONS WITHIN
THE LAURA STREET
RESTORATION OVERLAY
DISTRICT WATER AND
WASTE WATER
DEVELOPMENT CHARGES*
PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY* AND
PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
The proposed enactment
of said ordinance,
following second reading,
shall be considered by the
City Commission at its
meeting in the Sadye Gibbs
Martin Auditorium of the
Nettie Berry Draughon
Municipal Building, 302
west Reynolds Street (City
Hall) Plant City, Florida on
February 27, 2006, at 7:30
p.m. or as soon thereafter
as the matter may be
heard, at which time
interested parties' and
citizens may appear and be
heard with respect to the
proposed ordinance.
SECTION 2. All persons are
advised that if a person
decides to appeal any
decision made by the City
Commission with respect
to any matter considered
at such meeting, he will
need a record of the
proceedings, and for such
purpose he may need to
ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceeding is
made, which record
includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the
appeal is to be based.
SECTION 3. In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabilities Act any person
with a disability requiring
reasonable
accommodation in order to
participate in this meeting
should callthe City Clerk at
813-659-4200 at least 48
hours prior to the public
hearing.
SECTION 4. The proposed
ordinance may be
inspected by the public at
the office of the City Clerk
at the Nettie Berry
Draughon Municipal
Building, 302 West
Reynolds Street, Plant City,
Florida.
SECTION 5.This resolution
as notice of the proposed
enactment of said
ordinance, shall be
published in the Courier,
issue of February 16,2006.
Adopted by the City
Commission on February
13,2006.
John L. Dicks
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
Virginia L. Helper
City Clerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
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RESOLUTION NO. 26-2006
A RESOLUTION OF THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY,
FLORIDA PROVIDINd
NOTICE OF HEARING ON
PROPOSED TAX
EXEMPTION PURSUANT TO
THE HISTORIC PROPERTY
TAX EXEMPTION
ORDINANCE ON PROPERTY
LOCATED AT 705 NORTH
COLLINS STREET.
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY,
FLORIDA:
SECTION 1. The City
Commission of the City of
Plant City, Florida, does
hereby give notice of the
hearing on proposed tax
exemption pursuant to the
Historic Property Tax
Exemption Ordinance on
property located 'at 705
north Collins Street, in
accordance with Chapter
38, Article V, Plant City
Code.
SECTION 2. The City
Commission will hold the
public hearing on the
above tax exemption
application at its meeting
in the Sadye Gibbs Martin
Auditorium of the Nettie
Berry Draughon Municipal
Building, 302 West
Reynolds Street ("CITY
Halt"), Plant City, Florida
on February 27,2006 at 7:30
p.m., or such time
thereafter as the matter
may be heard, at which
time interested parties and
citizens may appear and be
heard with respect to the
proposed tax exemption
application.

SECTION 3. A resolution
approving said tax
exemption shall be
considered by the. City
Commission upon the
conclusion of the public
hearing.
SECTION 4. The application
for tax exemption may be
inspected by the public at
the office of the City Clerk
at the Nettie Berry
Draughon Municipal
Building (City Hall), 302
West Reynolds Street,
Plant City, Florida
SECTION 5. All persons are
advised that if a person
decides to appeal any
decision made by the City
Commission with respect
to any matter considered
at such meeting, he will
need a record of the
proceedings, and for such
purpose he may need to
ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceeding is
made, which record
includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the
appeal is to be based.
SECTION 6. In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabilities Act any person
with a disability requiring
re as o n able
accommodation inorderto
participate in this meeting
should call the City Clerk at
813-659-4200 at least 48
hours prior to the public
hearing.
SECTION 7. This resolution,
as notice of said public
hearing shall be published
in the Courier, issue of
February 16,2006.
SECTION 8. In accordance
with Section 38-229(d);
Plant City Code, the City
Clerk shall forward a copy


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of the recommendation of
the Historic Resources
Board and reasons for the
recommendation prior to
the public hearing to the
applicant, together with a
copy of this resolution.
Adopted by the City
Commission on February
13,2006.
John L. Dicks
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
Virginia L. Helper
City Clerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
NO:3064 2/16/2006
IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE
THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR HILLS-
BOR6UGH COUNTY, FLORI-
DA
Case No: 06-DR-1514
Division: R
JENNY LYNN MONTGOM-
ERY
Petitioner
and
DAVID ELLIS MONTGOM-
ERY, JR
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE
TO: DAVID ELLIS MONT-
GOMERY JR. Last Known
Address: Orient Road
County Jail 1201 Orient
Rd.,Tampa, FI 33619
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed
against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of
your written defenses if
any, to it on JENNY LYNN
MONTGOMERY, whose ad-
dress is 4318 E. Country
Hills Blvd., Plant City, Fl
33563 on or before March
6,2006, and file the original
with the clerk of this Court
at 302 N. Michigan Ave,
Plant City, Fl 33563 before
service on Petitioner or im-
mediately thereafter If you
fail to do so, a default may
be entered against you for
the relief demandedin the
petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, includ-
ing orders, are available at
the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may re-
view these documents up-
on request.
You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current ad-
dress. (You may file Notice
of current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law form 12.915.)
Future papers in this law-
suit will be mailed to the
address on record at the
clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires cer-
tain automatic disclosure
of documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, includ-
ing dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
DATED: January 27,2006
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
CHERYLSUMNER
DEPUTY CLERK
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Notice is hereby given that
on Friday 24, 2006 at 9:45
a.m. BALLARD MINI- STOR-
AGE/AFFORDABLE STOR-
AGEformally Personal Mini
Storage, 4935 Dr Martin Lu-
ther King Blvd. Plant City,
Fl 33566 will conduct a saleE
to the highest bidder or
otherwise dispose of the
contents of rental units.
Management reserves the
rightto refuse any bid. The
Rental Units are leased to
and beleived to contain the
following:
Unit118-Johnny& Patti
Allen Anthony, Household
Unit 131-Kristy Keller,
Household
Unit 138-Alice Miller,
Household
Unit 68-Samuel Morgan,
Household
Unit 113-Doris Sheffield
Nipper, Household .
Unit 98-Claudia Preez
Jimenez, Household
Unit 70-Michael Ray
Powell, Household
Unit 79-Sandra Wynn,
Household
Unit D-167-Daphne Elaine
Cortez, Household
Unit D-269-Lonzie Kight,
Household
Unit D-221 Diane Yar-
brough High, Household
Unit D-211 William B.
McCoy, Household
Unit D-245 Duane Richard-
son, Household
Unit D-234,170,171-
B.J. Rogers, Household
Unit D-270-Terry Smith,
Household
Unit D-277-Edward Steele,
Household
Unit D-291-Angel Lee
Sullivan, Household
Unit D-227-Ethel Virginia
Wilson, Household
This sale is being held to
satisfy a Landlord's Lien.
Jerry Ballard, Manager
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PUBLIC NOTICE OF JUSTICE
DEPARTMENT PRECLEAR-
ANCE SUBMITTAL CON-
CERNING TERM OF EARLY
VOTING FOR USE IN CITY
OF PLANT CITY ELECTIONS
The City of Plant City has
submitted to the United
State Attorney General a
request for preclearance
concerning the length of
early voting for City elec-
tions. As proposed, early
voting will begin on the
eighth day prior totheelec-
tion (Monday) and end on
the fourth day prior to the
election (Friday).
A copy of this submission is
avail able for public inspec-
tion (and copying if re-
quested). Public com-
ments to the submission
are invited for the consid-
eration of the Attorney
General.
Please contact the City
Clerk at (813)659-4237, 302
West Reynolds Street,
Plant City, Florida, if you
wish to inspect or obtain
copies of the oreclearance
submission. he submis-
sion is available for inspec-
tion at the City Clerk's of-
fice during normal busi-
ness hours.
If you wish to submit com-
mentstothe Department of
Justice the address is:
Chief, Voting Section, Civil
Rights Division, Room 7254-
NWB, Department of Jus-
tice, 950 Pennsylvania
Ave., NW, Washington D.C.
20530 or by calling
1-800-253-3931. The enve-
lope and first page should
be marked: Comment un-
der Section'5 of the Voting
Rights Act.
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NOTICE OFSALE
In accordance with the
provisions of Florida law.
there being due and unpaid
charges for which the
undersigned is entitled to
satisfy an owner's lien of
the goods hereinafter
described and stored at
Uncle Bob's Self Storage
located at: 1005 S.
Alexander St, Plant City,
Florida 33563.
813-759-9526. And, due
notice having been given
to the owner of said
property and all parties
known to claim an interest
therein, and the time
specified in such notice for
payment of such having
expired, the goods will be
sold at public auction at the
above stated address to
the highest bidder or
otherwise disposed of on
Wednesday, March 8, 2006
at 9:30AM.
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S100i Central
0 Tampa
TOWN & COUNTRY
3br/2ba, 1221SF, 1976
BIk home, corner lot Lg
master BR new C/H/A,
fenced yard, MLS
alty (727) 488-5850
1 101 1 South TampaJ
BAYSHORE PENTHOUSE
large ibr, lba w/office
area. Stunning Sunset,
Bay & Gasparil[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
1102 Northwest
CARROLLWOOD MEAD-
OWS 3br, 2ba, 1 car,
1400+ sqff, updt, 2 yr old
roof & AC. newer appis,
cul-de sac. $235,900.
813-264-0347 367-6349
CITRUS PARK Immac.
Lakefront, 2830sf
4br/3ba/2cg, gorgeous
view, pool/spa, upgrade
galore, $475,000(813)
732-5665
West Chase Area Wes-
twood Lakes, Water-
front 4 bds, 3 baths, 3 cg,
heated pool, with out-
door kitchen/bar, over
looking beautiful 25
acre lake, granite/hard-
wood. $470,000, (813)
855-6741,813-789-1269
I1n Northeast/
10 New Tampa
HUNTER'S GREEN/ High
lands Condo.2br lba
w/garden tub, fireplace,
sunroom, ground floor
open plan Gated. FSBO.

W hen f,:u r.,ad Cl ki ",lied
'[it. HLLLO GOOD BU''
HUNTER'S GREEN/ High
lands Condo. 2br lba
w/garden tub, fireplace,
sunroom, ground floor
open plan. Gated. FSBO.
$164,900.813-293-4409

104 Hillsborough
APOLLO BEACH,
Covington Park. Open
House Sat 2/18 & Sun
2/19,1-4.3 r, 2ba, 2 car
Par on conservation
Pond. $2500 cash
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
BRANDON Great loca-
tion!l!! 2/2/1,;1000 sq ft.
Inground pool screened
lanai fenced back yard
newly remodeled
$189,900 (813) 927-6608
Dover South of Hwy 60,
off Durant Rd. 3/2/2,
1/3 treed acre (MOL) non
subdiv., Firep screen
orch. $229K dwner is
Realtor. Principals only
267-0125
PLANT CITY, 2BR possible
3BR, IBA, Frame Home
CH/A Ldry rm. approx
1100 sf, corner lot.
$115K. 813-707-2355
PLANT CITY 6811 Dor-
many Rd, 32/3 on
acre. 1350 s living area,
$228K. 813-763-1821
PLANT City NEW 3/2/2 on
1 acre, blinds, screened
lanai. Deed restricted.
1711sf. Immed. Avail.
$275K SummersTeam
RE/MAX 813-766-3182
PLANT CITY, WALDEN
LAKE, TOWNHOUSE,
Preservation Dr,
2br/2/2ba/2cg, eat-in
kitchen, loft up stairs,
$1100 mo. first & secuir-
ty. 813-716-6447
RIVERVIEW, Open House,
4br/3ba/3cg. Buy a new
house w/no $$ down.
Many upgrades. Very
motivated. Call for de-
tails. 813-600-3737
RIVERVIEW PERFECT
STARTER HOME 1300 sf.,
3BR 2 BA 1 cargarage,
backyard waterview,
$190,000. (813) 672-1390

Vairico, 4bd/2ba, 1500 sq.
t ft., Built 2004, New
carpet & paint, wood
cab, crmc tile No B-Yrd
Nbrs. $219,900 Broker
Protected. 813-766-2669
11141 Waterfront
Apollo Beach-Your dream
home! 3400 SF water-
front, priv. slip for boat.
FSBO. 624 Mirabay Blvd.
Apollo Bch 33572; Call
Ruthe 813-597-5606
Land 0 Lakes- Ski, fish,
nature on 122 acre King
Lake 4br 2ba 2 cg CB,
wood/tile firs, totaslI
Srenov. with 2 boat ramps
$425K 813-968-3700 or
813-469-1824
Web#19486


STHONOTOSASSA LAKE
Flint Lake Estates
Beautiful 1 acre lots with
lake access. Custom
built luxury homes, gat-
Sed comm. Call Randy
813-267-6891.


1116LI Highlands W
SEBRING 2 br 1.5 ba. NEW

fridge, range micro dis- I
posal, DW, cabinets,
a/c, firing & more! W/D
hkups. Asking $112,500.
863-471-9510
Central
115U Pasco
LUTZ gorgeous lakc.!r'u
property, 5br, 3ba, 3cg,
heated pool and spa,
fireplace, built in 2005.
Immaculate! $479,000.
813-949-9959
Webt #917?2

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1 16U I WestPascol
FSBO 3br 2ba, easy fi-
nancing low down spe-
cial plan for self em-
Sloyed or slow credit.
1reat neighborhood.
Call now 1-866-352-5478
11 | 6WIPolk I
LAKELAND, Lovely 3/2
manuf on ac plus. Ig
scr porch $109.900. No
Assoc fees. Call Ros-
anne Bosies C-21 A & M
Realty. 813-765-5827
11211 Condoriniuml
Sand Marino Bay, Open
House, Sun. Feb. 12th
11-2pm, Waterfront,
10405 La Mirage Court
3bd/2.5ba $459.900. Call
Tom 727-479-6178
1124 Time Share I
S** TIME SHARE RESALES
** SAVE 60-80% OFF RE-
TAIL!! BEST RESORTS &
SEASONS. Call for FREE
1-800-639-5319,
www.holiday-
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125 Homesiteso S

Durant 1 acre w/beautiful
landscape, ready to
build impact fee's paid,
well/septic & power
pole in place$80K
813-737-2108737-4321
LIVE OAK, North Florida. 4
Acres, 293' road
frontage P high & dry,
buildabfe lot. $52,750.
386-776-1266.-

RV Friendly High wooded
z Acre lots 25 Min from
Gulf of Mexico, 1 Mile to
Swannee River, City lim-
its Fanning Springs.
Starting $3000 10-5
352-463-0725 ,498-5986
SEBRING, Fla. 4/3 water-
front home & 12 lots
w/Views & Access to
Lake Josephine. 13-1/2
acre lots, gated comm.
www.tjwenzel.com
239-253-8163
Tara Oaks Plantation
Beautiful 2 acre homesite
in a parklike
setting,gated, deed
restricted, private lake
European park, giani
live oaks, rolling nills,
water views,
waterfront. Priced from
$225,000 to $325,000.
Located in beautiful
Pasco county, 45 mins
from downtown Tampa,
10 minutes to
Zephyrhills/Dade City.
30 minutes to downtown
Lakeland. Shown by
appt only: 863-660-4758
LAKEFRONT- 2.3 acres on
beautiful Lake Velber-
ton. Steeplechase dev.
in N. Tpa. Over 225' lake
frontage $895,000 eves
727-367-5126/541-5606
126 Acreage

Charlotte & Hendry
Counties
11/4-145 acres
Chris @941-662-0427
Fla Golf Properties.
HILLSBOROUGH/LITHIA
Beautiful 5 acres wood-
ed/part 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
www.NFLLAND.com)
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
WESLEY CHAPEL, 6+
Acres on Ski Size Lake,
Grandfather Oaks
Fenced for Horses 3/2
MH,$750K, Bridwell
Realty 813-256-3020
19.5 acres of 13 year old
planted pines, 2 miles
west of Branford, FL &
the Suwannee River on
US 27. $390,000. Call af-
ter 4pm 386-935-2314.
16 Acre Tract
$149 900 Located 35 miles
NE of Gainesville in
Keystone Heights: Paved
Road frontage Variety of
trees. Owner Financing
available 800-352-5263
FL Woodland Group, Inc.
Licensed RE Brt
It's A Buyers' Market........
.........and Classified is the
BUYER'S MARKETPLACE!


33Homes With
133 Acreage
Bushnell 2 acres of
beautiful oaks, 2br,2ba
country cabin and 2/1
MH near river, boat
ramp and 1-75. $154,900.
352-302-557021

138 Florida Real
138 Estate

I BUY ESTATES
CONTENTS &
HOME
800-945-9422
143 | Out Of State
16 ACRE TRACT $149,900
Located 35 miles N.E. of
Gainesville in Keystone
Heights, paved, road
frontage, treed. Owner
financing available.
800-352-5263. Florida
Woodland Group, Inc. Li-
censed Real Estate Bro-
ker.
Abandoned Wine Country
Farm 5ac-views-$
19 900, 47ac-barns-
$949,900 Beautiful Finger
Lakes NY setting! Views
stonewalls, ponds!
Town rd, elect, exterms!
Call now! 866-907-5263
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Homes ReM Estate Mur-
phy, NC www.caroli-
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rentals and free bro-
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Ext. 101
ASHEVILLE NC AREA
HOMESITES Own a
private mountain
retreat. Gated riverfront
community. Stunning
mountain views. 1 to 8
acres from the $60s.
Four-season climate.
Call (866)292-5762. Bear
River Lodge.
BEACH COVE SEBASTIN
FL You can afford this!
Unspoiled Natural Beau-
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Homes Starting at
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Inquiries @ beach-
cove.com
BEAUTIFUL NORTH
CAROLINA. WINTER
SEASON IS HERE! MUST
SEE THE BEAUTIFUL
PEACEFUL MOUNTAINS
OF WESTERN NC
MOUNTAINS. Homes,
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Investments. Cherokee
Mountain Realty GMAC
Real Estate, Murphy
www.cherokeemoun
tainrealty.com Call for
Free Brochure
(800)841-5868.
BLUE RIDGE, NORTH
GEORGIA MOUNTAINS
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$10K+ per Acre. Toll
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Properties Homes from
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Lakefront lots from
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from $35,000 Call
Lakeside Realty
(423)626-5820 or visit
www.lakeside
realty-tn.com
EAST TENNESSEE
Mountain Property.
Only minutes from
Gatlinburg, TN. 7 acres&
Stream $39,900.20 acres
Wooded '$79,900.
Opening March 4th.
(800)770-9311, ext.321.
EASTERN TENNESSEE
MOUNTAIN HOMESITES
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community. 1 to 5 acre
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the River.
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28 THE COURIER FEBRUARY 16, 2006


11431 Out Of State I
FLORIDA BUILDERS LOTS
Double your investment
in 1 YEAR. Looking for
the next new area to in-
vest in? Gated Golf-
course communities.
Wholesale Pricing.
1-954-556-5300
www.SunStyles.com
GEORGIA BLAIRSVILLE
IN THE NORTH GEORGIA
MOUNTAINS. Land,
Homes, Commercial &
Investment. "EVERY-
THING WE TOUCH
TURNS TO SOLD" Jane
Baer Realty, (706)745-
2261, (800)820-7829
www.janebaer
realty.com
janebaer@alltel.net
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-
ty. 20 acre farm, no
house $96,000.5ac farm,
no house $35,000. Can fi-
nance. Cal 911-839-7500
or e-mail: kladcox@hot-
mail.com
GEORGIA Hancock
County. 1380 acres.
One-ofa-kind! Growing
timber, 32 acre lake
13,000+ feet of paved
frontage. $2,475/acre.
Fall Line Properties.
478-552-5871
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
GEORGIA Middle Geor-
gia, 4ac homesites
19,000 each. Call Town
& Country Real Estate
478- 552-5681
www.tandcreales-
tate.com
GEORGIA SPORTSMAN'S
PARADISE 231 acres in
Montgomery Co.
$180,000 timber cruise,
deer hogs & turkey,
$2895 per acre. Call.
Stewart 229-425-1807
Georgia Washington
County. 100 acres
$149,500. Call Town &
Country Real Estate
(478) 552-5681.
www.tandcreales-
tate.com
Grand Opening! Wright's
Creek, located in the
Florida Panhandle 3
acres, from $27 900
*Waterfront lots from
$49,900. 1-866-888-7332
ext 12. Itera Timberland
& Development
HORSE FARM
LIQUIDATION 20 acres-
$59,900 Lush pastures,
beautiful trout stream
spectacular upstate NY
setting! Ideal summer
home site! Terms avail!
Call now! (877)909-5263
www.upstate
NYIand.com
KENTUCKY 2 LARGE
FARMS with exc devel-
opment potential. Pri-
vate 200 ac lake, 30
lakes total, boat ramps,
2 miles of nverfrontage,
hunting & fishing para-
dise. $3.9M by owner.
270-556-3576.
KENTUCKY 56 acres,
beautiful rolling hills,
lakes, barns, timber,
pasture and farm-
ground. Excellent
deer/turkey hunting
$120,000. Also 3,000 acre
farm $1250 acre divide-
able 1-270-556-3576
KENTUCKY Beautiful
wooded tracts! Incredi-
ble views lakes, &
creeks. 1 Acre -
S 5 0 0/ d o w n
S105/month. 2 Acres -
S 5 0 0/ d o w n ,
S154/month. 5 Acres -
S215/month. 10 Acres-
,325/month. Selling
Fast! 1-270-791-7725
www.YourLandK-
ing.comn
LAND in North Florida -
Various sizes, most 5-10
acre lots 30/miles N. of
Gainesville. Call Leon-
ard Dicks Realty LLC
1-386-365-2770
MOUNTAINS OF NORTH
GA. The Very Best of
Riverfront, Lakefront,
Acreage Tracts,
Building Parcels From f
to 195 Acres Direct From
Owners (706)276-7773.
MURPHY NORTH CARO-
LINA & Northeast Geor-
gia Offering wonderful
Mountain homes, land &
small town communi-
ties. Low taxes &
homeowners insurance.
Free brochure & helpful
i n f o r m action,
1-877-387-6677, Century
21 (Foxfire Realty
Group), www.C21Fox-
fire.com
MURPHY, NORTH
CAROLINA AAH COOL
SUMMERS MILD
WINTERS Affordable
Homes & Mountain
Cabins Land CALL FOR
FREE BROCHURE
(877)837-2288 EXIT
REALTY MOUNTAIN
VIEW PROPERTIES
www.exitmurphy.com.
You'll find value buys ad-
vertised in classified


11431 Out Of State |
MURPHY NORTH CAROLI-
NA AAH! Cool Summers
Mild Winters Affordable
Homes & Mountain Cab-
ins Land Call for Free
Brochure 877-837-2288
Exit Realty Mountain
View Properties
www.exitmurphy.com
NC AND VA Mountain
Land Available. 4 ac. -
Alleghany Co. NC -
Stone Mtn. State Pk.
Area A-Frame. Apt. &
Garage Lake Guest
House -3 golf courses
nearby Just
$249,900.00- Call Susan
(336)789-2926. 49 ac. -
Surry Co. North
Carolina Bottom Land -
4,000 ft on Fisher River -
Beautiful wood land &
home site Private
location- Springs &
Branches $225,000.00
-Call Bracky
(336)789-2926. 86 ac. -
Lowgap Surry Co. -
North Carolina -
Beautiful remodeled
house all fenced -
stream old cabin -
timber private -
outbuildings
$499,000.00 Terms
available Call Susan
(336)789-2926. 70+ /- ac.
- Beulah Community -
Surry Co. North
Carolina All cleared,
grassed & fenced -
panoramic view of
surrounding mtns. -
pond fabulous views
6,250.00 per ac. call
Bracky (336)789-2926.
215+ /- ac. Carroll Co.,
Virginia Hwy. 52 just
north of Mt. Airy North
Carolina Brick home -
needs updating county
water long hwy.
frontage possibly
commercial
$1,300000.00. Owner
financng Call Mark
(336)789-2926.
NC MINI-MART $229,990
Store & Cabin, both
zoned Commercial. Ru-
ral setting, local area
monopoly. Great condi-
tion. Two actual busi-
nesses possible. Email/
call for pictures: own-
er@newbranch.com
919-693-8984
NC Mini-mart, Cabin
$229K. Monopoly
on rural area.Booh
Zoned Commercial.
2 business possible
Pics: 919-693-8984
or email: owner@
newbranch.com
Selling a guitar can be
easier than playing it.
Place your a in Musical
instruments, class 420.
NC MOUNTAIN PROPER-
TY Ridges Resort Com-
munities. Gated Country
Club Golf & Lake. Phase
1 closeout substantial
discounts through Feb-
ruary 29. Call
1-866-997-0700 for info.
NC MOUNTAINS 10 acres
on mountain top in gat-
ed community, long-
range view, nearby lake
& waterfall $119,500
owner 866-789-8535
NC MOUNTAINS 10.51
acres on mountain top
in gated community,
view, trees, waterfall &
large public lake
nearby, paved private
access, $119,500 owner
(866)789-8535
www.NC77.com.
NC MOUNTAINS Log cab-
in $89,900. Easy to finish
cabin on secluded site.
Million $$$ Views Avail-
able on 1-7 acre parcels
$29,900-$79,900. Free In-
fo Available!
1-828-256-1004.
The Key To SAVINGS Start
Here in Classified!

N.C. MOUNTAINS
Log cabin $89,900, easy to
finish on 1 acre site,
lakes, state park & plen-
ty of golf. Carolinas!
Free info 828-256-1004.
NC MTN BEAUTY UP-
SCALE 3 Bd 2Ba Home -
FP covered porches
CH&A 2 Car Gar Awe-
some Views 4.82 Ac -
$275,000. Call Ralph
Crisp Realty, Andrews
800-438-8621
NORTH CAROLI-
NA/GEORGIA IMAGINE!
The Most Spectacular
Views. Lakes, golf mari-
na, Nantahala Forest,
Land/ Cabin kit packag-
es $99,900 Limited Avail-
ability. 1-888-389-3504
ext.3 06
North Carolina Gated
Lakefront Community
1.5 acres plus, 90 miles
of shoreline. Never
before offered with 20%
pre-development
discounts,. 90%
financing. Call
(800)709-5253.
NORTH FLORIDA LAND
Wide range of proper-
ties. Lake City, 30/mi
north of Gainesville.
Beautiful area. Call for
color brochure. North
Florida Homeland Real-
ty 800-754-4531.
NORTH GEORGIA MTNS
Georgia Prime Real Es-
tate Your Mountain Spe-
cialists for log cabins,
creek, river, lakefront
lots, acreage. Call for
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about arty listings
1-877-632-1192
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143 | Out of State |
OCALA/ ORLANDO,
FLORIDA AREA. $15,000
DISCOUNT. 1.7-21 Acres
from $149,900. Rolling
hills, views, trails.Only
miles 1-75. Discount
ends 2/28.
Broker/Owner.
(352)330-0022.
ROGERSVILLE, TN, nice
3br ranch, 1/2ba, large
lot 5 mi. from town,
$100,000. Bank or easy
owner financing. (423)
345-3735/(423)754-4841
S. Carolina Acreage. Lake
Marion area. 3+ acres,
excellent building site,
nice quiet area. Buy
now, build later.
$24,900. Owner Financ-
ing. 803-473-7125
S.E. OHIO 5 Acres. Hill top
setting, Amish country
home w/3 bedrooms,
wrap around front
porch. Needs TLC. New
bank barn and more.
$99,900. Owner Financ-
ing.740-46,. 9 w J

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S.E. OHIO 83 gor euu-
acres of wooded and
rolling hills w/stream
and trails. Many excel-
lent building sites. $
179,900. Owner Financ-
ing. 740-489-9146
TENNESSEE 17.88ac
w/1999 Modular Home,
year around creek,
Owner Financing
$117,000 931-946- 5263
TENNESSEE BEAUTIFUL
LAKE LOTS AND HOMES.
Great lakefront living!
Starting at $49,900.
20,000 acre all sports
lake. Nearby golfing.
Close to Nashville,
1-888-292-5253 Grey-
hawk Properties.
TENNESSEE LAKEFRONT
RETREATS Newly
released lakefront,
wooded and mountain
view sites. 5 to 50 estate
acres from the $39,990.
90 minutes to Nashville.
Don't miss the sunsets
over the lake! Call
(866)339-4966. Eagles
Ridge.
TENNESSEE!! MON-
TEAGLE-SEWANEE,
Beautiful Mountain
Properties. 600+ Acres:
Tracts, 5 Acres & up. 4
miles from 1-24. Gated &
secluded! Gorgeous
bluff & creek. Wooded
lots. George, Timber-
wood Development Co.,
423-949-6887 www.tim-
ber-wood.com
TENNESSEE MOUNTAIN
LAND New Pre-Develop-
ment Offering Bluffs,
Creek Excellent Proper-
ties 2 Acre Loi-. Owner
Financing Availatilt
Prices Start At $19,195
JDL Realty 931. 46. 484
www.JDLRealty.com
TENNESSEE MOUNTAIN
LAND Tennessee Land
Located in the Beautiful
Cumberland Mountains
Owner Financing as low
as $500 Down! JDL Real-
ty 931-946-2484
www.JDLRealty.com
TENNESSEE MTN- ACRE-
AGE 5 Acres, Excellent
building site w/Woods
and River Access.
$29,900 Owner Financ-
ing. 772-263-3775 or
1-800-763-0085 Ask
About our Mini Vaca-
tion!
WATERFRONT! 2 acres
+ /- $159,900. Gorgeous
acreage, great views,
pristine shoreline &
deep boatable water!
Near Bath NC. Enjoy
access to ICW, Sound,
Atlantic. Paved road
underground ulitir:.
well water p
approved. E. ec-ert
financing. 8
appointment only. Call
now (800)732-6601 x
1497.
WESTERN NC MTNS Near
Lake Lure Acreage from
$24,900. Land & Log
Cabin Shell starting at
$84,900. Waterfall Pre-
serve area in develop-
ment. 1-228-287-5000
www.BlackRockCaroli-
na.com
Large Mtn. Land
Bargains, High
Elevation. Adjoins
Pristine State Forest,
20+ AC to 350 AC.
Sweeping Mtn. Views,
S t r e a m s .
www.liveinwv.com.
NEW TO MARKET! DEEP
WATER LOTS
Beautifully situated on
50 acres with 2 800 feet
of magnificent frontage
,on Battery Creek in
Beaufort, SC.' Offering
deep waterfront
dockable, tidal creek
and privacy wooded lots
starting from $59,900
Call (877)929-2837.
Waterfront Land Sale!
Direct Waterfront
Parcels from only
$9,900! 2 acres dockable
with Log Cabin Pkg.
from $89,900! 4.5 acres
dockable waterfront
only $99,900! All
properties are new-to
the market! Call
toll-free (866)770-5263
ext. 8.


I Real Estate
148 Auction

Log Home Auction
Tallahassee, FL March
11th Tampa, FL March
12th. 26 New Log Home
Packages offered. One
absolute to highest
bidder! Package
includes sub-floor, logs
windows, doors rafters,
roofing. Daniel Boone
Log Homes
(800)766-9474.
CHARLOTTE COUNTY
100 + /- Residential Lots
Auction On Site
off 1-75 & Hwy. 17
Punta Gorda FL
11AM* SAT. FEB18
NATIONAL AUCTION CO.
1-800-659-7004
AB640 AU899
www.natlauction.com
LAND AUCTION 200
Props Must be Sold! Low
Down / E-Z Financing
Free Catalog (800)
937-1603 WWW.LAND
AUCTION.COM
150-170
Manufactured
Homes

1 Mobile Home
150 Sales

14 & 16 Wides New 06's
Low as $26,500
Del- Set up AC Skirt
More Sq. Feet for the $$
Banks (863) 688-4635
Lakeland Nearl-4&98
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New 1500 sq feet
3 or4 bed 2 baths
69 ,53000.(813)971-6953
(813)759-2959www.
stewarthomesfla.com
Mobile
155 Homes In
Parks
LOTS FOR RENT! Move In
Special! Briarwood
Mobile Home Comm.
4002 Smith Ryals Rd,
Plant City. Also
-Repossed homes for
sale. 813-737-2110.
North Tampa, 55+, lbr
Iba, furnished, carport,
screened porch, shed,
$7500. Must see.
1-217-620-2594.

Thonotosassa 2br furn.
Double roof, carport, Ig
FL rm scrns & storm
win., W/D ready, 55+
comm., pool. amen's,
$17,600.215-205-5314
Classified Ads Prices
well within sight A se-
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Mobile
165 Homes With
Property
Floral City
Winter/Starter home.
3br,2ba single wide w/l
screened porch, on
acres MOL. CHA,
$65,000.352-302-5570
Lithia-3br2ba, 1536sf,01
Jacobson doublewide,
on 1/2 acre lot, new well,
septic & carpet. Very
nice, must see. 3626
Keysville Rd. $119,900.
813-453-7110.
Just a few left!
1/2 acres
(813)971-6953
(813)759-2959www
.stewarthomesfla.com
180
Commercial Prop,.
Lease

011n Ofc Space
180B Lease

APOLLO BEACH office
space. Rt 41 and Apollo
Beach Blvd. 1, 2, 3Rm
Suites $300- 600
-C$900/month,
Call 813-625-3333

Plant City
750sf Office Space.
Excellent location, Paved
Parking. 1804 W. Baker St.
$795/mo. 813-764-8030
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
1Retail
180C Space

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


200-249
Rentals

02 Accom. To
202 Share

WESTCHASE-Country-
way beautiful sare
home, full amenities.
$500/month + $250 de-
posit. Everything incl.
813-546-1865
210 Apartments
205 Unfurnished

Avalon Village Apts.
$495/mo. Lg Newly
Remodelled Apts. Gated
comm, Pools, ncl. Water
14350N. 22nd St. Tampa
FL,33613 (813)971-7570
PLANT CITY 2br, Iba,
brand new, loft apts,
950sf in elegant historic
Bldg dwntwn wd firs,
13'ceilgs, Walk to shops
& restnts W/D CHA.
Quick access to 14 +
Tampa. $875./mo
813-966-8245
PLANT CITY Historic Area
2br$600mo+ $600
depoist, 1 br $475 mo +
$475 deposit. Back-
ground check Required.
813-215-0050.



EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY
Plant City, Westside Vil-
lage Apts 2,3 & 4 unfur-
nished bdrms w/rental
assistance for farm
labor workers
813-754-2507
209 Houses
209 1Furnished

Apollo Beach South Shore
Falls, Brand new 3BR,
2BA, covered lanai, 2cg
new clubhouse, pool/
gym Possible lease
option. $1250/mo
330-562-5636

210 Houses
21 Unfurnished
APOLLO BEACH Brand
New, 4BR, 3BA, 3CG,
w/bonus rm, covered
lanai, lake all appliances,
blinds, fawncare incl.
$1795 mo. 813-789-2662
Classified Ads Prices
well within sight. A se-
lection that's just right!
CARROLLWOOD,6rooms,
3br,2ba, 2cg, pool, lanai,
private location,
remodeled, $1900/mo.
Available now.
813-545-2676
Carrollwood Village,
large 4/2,. pool/ pond,
Ige corner lot, cul-de-
sac, $2200 mo. Includes
lawn/pool maint &-all
apple 13 220 .7060
Dover S,:uin of H., 0,).
3 2 2. I 3 ac:r nor,
subdiv., Firepl, screen
porch.Park your boat or-
RV! $1200/mo. 267-0125
Land 0 Lakes Brand New
3200sf S5br,3.5ba,3cg loft
on conservation and
cul-de-sac. Yard svc
incl. $1950/mo. Short or
long term. 813-453-5479

NEW TAMPA-LIVE OAKS
New luxury 5br home,
4ba, 3cg, heated pool,
$2.200/month. available
;mniq.,aijtel,. Call
W.13 1 .6."2e
Palm HarO,'r BCiil
Parl. jt.r '. Z,: loft..
2500u.l ,'ln':'un.;:.. .',:,,:..
, -l e ..'Q n .. r t i l: r, n u mu s 'T .
cr "ulle "i,' ?,
72 7 j ..949, 251 0.-J.
PLANT CITY 3/2 CB home
CH/A, bonus room, ceil-
ing fans, fenced yard,
near town, storage
shed. $975. mo + $800
security First & last
813-659' 3.14
CLASSiFIE WORP S
RIVERVIEW Rivercrest
4br 2ba2cg, 1717sf, New
Home, water view, Comm
Pool, Gym, Close to 1-75
11803 Autumn Creek Dr
$1300/mo 813-784-0476
SE HILLS. CO. LAKEFRONT
4bd 2ba, 2 acres near
Sun Cty Ctr, Wood fir,
Appls,Partfurn, hottub
dock, $1400/mo David
(703) 754-7175
SEMINOLE Heights, 3br
lba completely remod-
eled, $985mo.
YBOR Area, 4 or 5 br
3 /2 ba, 3 fireplaces, corn
pletely remodeled, 3700
sf. Sec 8 welcome
813-210-6856
SOUTH TAMPA, 3 story,
Loft, Apli Incl W/D,
1 V2yrs ew, Modern,
Pltra Contemporary,
Fncd Yd $2,250/mo
813-655-0300 '.333-3820
TEMPLE TERRACE 5br 2ba
spectacular home, huge
lot close to 1-275, 1-4 &
1-75, $2,300/mo firm,
1st, last & $1,000 dep.,
refs check 813-965-8674
Thonotosassa, Unique
2br, 2ba stone cottage
Lake view. All applian-
cess + Washer/Dryer.
$900 plus deposit. No
Spets 813-748-8641
VALRICO DIAMOND HILL
3Br, 2Ba, 2Cg Mint
Treed backyard Club-
house w/pool & GYM
Golf $1,100+ or Land
Contract w/$3K Down
Wade (941) 918-2744


I1 Houses
210 1 Unfurnished

WESLEY CHAPEL, Seven
Oaks, 3br, 2ba pond,
lawn care ncl., $1750 +
dep. New 3br, 2ba, close
to schi, $1250, sm pets
ok w/dep+ 813.383.8408

Wesley Chapel
Brand new 3br 2ba, 2cg,
1682sf, $1295/mo. 1st,
last plus $1000 deposit.
727-422-5342
1212 1 Condominiuml
Carrollwood (Orig) 3br,
2ba condo, screened la-
nai overlooking pond,
Istflrend unit, eat inkit,
great amenities,
1400/mo. 813-404-6657
NEW TAMPA Equestrian
Park lbr Iba, 841sf, Lux-
ury Gated Condo, W/D,
Comm Pool, Gym, Tan-
ning, Spa, Close to 1-75
$875/mo 813-784-0476
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NEW TAMPA Tampa
Palms 2/2/1. Approx.
1200 sf, new condo. Gat-
ed comm. pool hottub
fitness, R-ball. $1195
mo. 813-743-4663.
Palma Ceia newly remod
lbr condo, wood firs,
W/D,D/W, bonus room.
1000 sq ft. $1100/mo.
813-404-6172
SOUTH TAMPA 2br 2ba
attchd 2cg,100l0sf hd
firs, carpet in BRs, W/D,
walk to Bayshore, Star-
bucks gym. $1600 1+y
lease only. 813-598-2295
|212AlTownhouse I
RIVERVIEW, APOLLO BCH
rentals avail. 1-75
access. 813-244-3148
RVs: Your Transportation
to Adventure! Turn to
Classified when you're
in the market buy or sell!
Valrico Brand new 2br,
2.5ba w/den, granite
counters maple cabi-
nets. W/6 incl, also in-
cludes water & cable.
$1300.813-714-5651
21 Mobile
1215 Homes
Cork area, clean, 2/1,
CHA nopets, referenc-
es. $125/wk, $375 dep.
863-670-1924
LUTZ near Hwy 41 & SR
54, 2br lba & 3br Ilba
Mobile Homes on Beau-
tiful lake in Park. reno-
vated CHA, $185/wk &up
$400 dep. 813-909-4645
2321 Vacation
i'i | Places |

Indian Rocks Beach
Beautiful Town home
with boat slip. 2br 2ba,
3cg. $1400 per month plus
security. Call Don
(727) 517-1010
Spot Advertising Works
250-299
Employment
Services

Preparation
285 For
Employment
EARN I'OUR HIGH :chooul
Dipl-'iii3 [ ra ir ,rl. in h
mulins or ir:; l r,6,ri. y
your own pace. Keep
your.present job. First
Coast Academy. Call for
free brochure.
1-800-658-1180.
www.fcahighschool.org
90n Positions
290 Wanted I

German Soccer Coach &
ex-professional & Int'l
player w/30 years exp &
licenses from German &
English Soccer Assns,
seeking voluntary full-
time work in Florida.
Email inquiries to:
cangormetin@yahoo.de
I will clean chg bedding,
Laundry, Dishes, Etc.
Lowest Rates. Call
Amanda 863-513-4126
300-390
Employment


I302 Management-
I Supervisory
Dept Manager working
outdoors F/T for large
tropical fish farm. Must
have extensive knowl-
edge of fish keeping. Bi-
lingual a plus.
Fax resume 813-986-6792
ore-mail
fish@5dtropical.com
I n Medical/
320 HealthCare

CNA/HHA or mature exp
person to care for an el-
derly person. Excellent
salary. Call Mon- Fri 9-5.
863-616-1888

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


320n Medical/
320 Health Care

HEALTHCARE

Medical
Records/Central
Supply Clerk
FULLTIME
Long term experience
preferred
Community Care Center
2202 W. Oak Ave
Plant City, FL 33563
Ph: 813-754-3761
EOE
HEALTHCARE

UNIT CLERK
Mon-Fri, 8am-4:30pm
Candidatewill be
responsible for
scheduling/staffing
120-beskil ed nursing
facility. General
computer knowledge
preferred, able
tomulti-task be
organized, and very
people oriented. Some
central supply duties
are required. CNAsare
welcome to apply.
Please contact:
Community Care Center
2202 W. Oak Ave
Plant City, FL 33563
Ph: 813-754-3761
EOE
MA/LPN/RN
Prefer bi-lingual with ba-
sic x-ray certification &
urgent care exp. NOW
CARE WALK-IN CLINIC
PLANT CITY. Seeking
fast paced professional
willing to work front &
back office, assist in all
aspects of running an
urgent care business &
be a team player, cus-
tomer service oriented.
F/T. Must be able to
work on Saturday and
one Sunday per month.
Drop off resume or call
Theresa @813-759-1232
M-Th 10-3
335 ChildAdult
3 Care
CHILD CARE position
available immediate
Full & Part Time. Please
call 813-752-6446
PLANT Cit Art. PrE
School Teacnersneeded
experience preferred
but not requires. Will
Train 813-857-8457
TEACHER with 1 year
experience required to
teach 3 yr old. Call
813-764-0121 or stop by
221 W. Alexander S for
application.
Restaurant/
340 Hospitalityl
Clubs
KITCHEN HELP F/T Aply
in person Chancy .at-
fish Shack N Park Rd
813-754-0477 ot
813-752-7224
MANAGER F/T EXP a
must. Snellgrove's Res-
taurant, 109S.CollinsSt.
SERVER F/T apply at
Snellgrove's Restaurnt,
109 S. Collins St.
SERVERS great $$'s ft/pt
Brjn,: Ranch, Dining
Room, Plant City
813-752-1957
Adminl
350 General
Office
Front Desk Person
Needed to work approx.
40hrs/week& be
responsible for handling
routine office work anf
administrative response
iblities. Good computer
skills. HS diploma or GED,
previous work exp. pref.
We offer competitive
pay and 401(k). Call or
Apply in Person:
Tampa ast RV Resort.
4630 Macintosh Rd.
Dover, 33527. Fax Resume
to: 813-659-2171 or
Call 813-659-2504. EOE.
Recruiting Coordinator-
Personality & good peo-
ple skills, please.
Recruit for clerical & in-
dustrial jobs, interview,
& provide cust. svc.
Office relocating from
Memorial BvId to Hard-
en & Ariana. $12/hrn-f,
8-5, med benefits. Bilin-
gual preferred. HS grad,
computer skills. DFWP &
t,-j : rr,:urd chl,.F.i,
Re.:ume t,- 6 *Air;
1360 Trades
AUTO BODY, Body Tech
(Cars), Body Techs
(Truck & RV), Helpers &
Combo Men needed.
Hourly or flat rate.
Flexible hrs & shifts,
multi locations Master
Collision Repair, Dave
Mitchell @813-391-3597
ELECTRICIAN
Residential, Townhouse
S. Tampa. CAll Jerry at
813-918-8092
Electricians & Helpers
New Residential Const
in Brandon/Plant City
area. 651-4228 vlye msg
Classified is the perfect
forum for reaching
readers looking for the
pleasures and treasures
that Garage & Yard
Sales provide-not to
mention the bargains!
Set your Garage Sale
date and call and place
your ad in Classified!


1360 | Trades I
FOREMEN to lead utility
contract field crews.
Outdoor physical work
many entry-level
positions, paid training.
$14/hr plus bonuses
after promotion, living
allowance when
traveling., company
truck and good benefits.
Must have strong
leadership skills, a good
driving history and be
able to travel in
Tennessee and nearby
states. Email resume to
Recruiter3@
osmose.com or
fax (985)871-0605
www.Osmose
Utilities.comr
EOE M/F/D/V.
Maintenance man need-
ed. Stick welding exp.
needed. Good driving
record. Call Mon-Fri
813-986-4560
Parts and Service
Coordinator needed for
Tom Johnson Camping
Center at our Concord,
NC Dealership.
Computer experience
helpful, work well with
other employees and
able to work with the
public. Benefits are
included.
Experienced RV
Technician. RV
Dealership in the heart
of Race Country needs
experienced RV Techs.
Great benefits. Pay
based on experience.
Hourly shop.
Please fax resume to:
(704)455-1439.
No phone calls please.
Find it! Classified
Put classified to work for
you! It's your number
one source of informa-
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Childcare providers and
a host of other helpers.
Trying to find someone
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need? Classified's your
#1 resource, indeed!
Surveyor- Surveying

company looking for
experienced mortgage
surveying field crew.
1-800-226-4807
3611 Construction (
Electricians, large nation-
al electrical contractor
is seeking skilled elec-
tricians for a large pro-
ject in Naples, FL. We
offer an extremely attrac-
tive wage rate, along
with a safety and atten-
dance bonus program.
This project will have
scheduled overtime
shifts. Please apply by
calling Mark Leach
615-405-1977 or email to
mleach@pae-inc.com
1365 | Retail ]
Plant Merchandiser
Fast paced, growing
Company looking for
Full-time retail sales
merchandisers to ser-
vice live goods/ plants
for the Retail Home Cen-
ter Industry in the Tam-
pa area. Position re-
quires stocking plant ta-
bles with new and exist-
ing product. Prefer gar-
den or big box experi-
ence. Background check
and drug test required.
Benefits include medi-
cal, dental and 401K.
Starting Salary: $24,000.
Email: dburns retail
plantservices.com
Fax:678-370-9360
Tired of the same "old"
thing? Sell your antiques
with anad in class 402.
1370 | Sales
BAREWOOD FURNITURE
Sales, Salary + Comm.
$24-35K, 5 Locations
813-982-9442 Lv Msg.
DRIVERS CIA & B
For Demolition Co.
Semi's & roll offs. John
813-783-1688 eoe/dfwp
FITNESS TRAINER
& Sales CURVES P/T,
mature, high energetic-
enthusiasticperson.
863-409-3303
CLASSIFIED
WORKS!
NEW HOME SALES REP
Stewart Homes, Tampa &
Plant City 813.971.6953
stewarthomesfla.com
71 Tele-
371 marketing
Telemarketers PT/FT Ex-
perienced only need ap-
ply! Salary + commis-
sion. Call 813-973-7800
35 Driver/
I37 Delivery

DELIVERY DRIVER P/T 35
hrs+ Class B, M-F, In
state only, Plant City,
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DRIVER
Are you getting top 10
ay? Leading home
ime? PRACTICAL MILE-
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I Driver/
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2nd Shift Tank Drivers
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Holiday Inn Express
Tampa Stadium
4750 N. Dale Mabry Hwy
Tampa, FL
Fri., 02/179am-5pm
Best Western
Admirals Inn
5665 Cypress Gardens
Blvd
Winterhaven, FL33884
Guaranteed
S400-$500/wk
Training Pay
afterHCDLis acquired
100 Hrs. OnThe Road
Training
Get yourpermitin4
days
1stYr. Potential
Earnings up to
$45,000"!!
Let Prime give youth
knowledge, skills &
support you need to
succeed.

PRIMEinc.
800-499-8866
www.primeinc.com
DRIVERS LCT WANTS
YOU! OTR drivers solos
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perience & CDL-A / HAZ
required. Full benefits
package. 2003-2005
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Place an ad in class 431
for computers and
equipment and see how
many "bytes" you get!

DRIVERS PART
Time Tuesday after-
noon/eves. Start $6.85
hour. Call 863-607-6000
ask for Mike or Dee.
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are currently available.
If you are able to work
early morning hours (7
days a week) and have
dependable transporta-
tion this could be an ex-
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you.
For information call Car-
rie at (813) TRIBUNE or
e-mail us at circulation-
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(No Attachments).
Please reference "IC
Opportunities" in sub-
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your home ZIP code.
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Local Driver Wanted
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mos, 401K w/50% atch,
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ty bonus. Call Whiteline
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x7 366 e-mail resume to
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FEBRUARY 16, 2006 THE COURIER* 29 .


I Driver/ 13801 General I
375 Delivery MILKER WANTED FOR 250
Owner Operators: HERD in Ft. Drum.
TAKEHE FIRSTSTEP 6AM/6PM Milkings,
TOWARD ABETTER Barn Clean g. Pay:
FUTURE! $55- $60 Per Milkng.oB
*LeasePurchase nuses Negotiable. San-
PlanAvilable* chelima Dairy Farms,
_Greatpay 1702 NW 364 Road.
.Guaranteedhometime Ok3e46h7-,i 6 F
*No Lease-On Costs 346761-669
Spouse Rider Program 3052168194
*Paid Orientation Motor Home Repair
MillerTransporters,lnc. Center hiring Collision
Call Brian Hall Repair and Service
atourPlant City,FL Writer. Requirements:
location good work ethic,
1-866-581-8976 extended hours RV exp,
www.millert.com 863-984-3439
If You Can Drive, You Can MYSTERY SHOPPERS -
Buy! No Credit? No Get paid to shop! Re-
Problem! New Lease tail/Dining establish-
Purchase Program, ments need undercover
Owner Operators clients to judge quali-
needed for 48 States & ty/customer service.
Regional Runs. Call Earn up to $150 a day.
(800)895-0017. Call 888-720-1117
380 | General SCHMIDT FARMS
now accepting applica-
AIRLINE MECHANIC Rap- tions for seasonal
id training for high pay- strawberry help. Call
ing Aviation Career FAA Mon-Fri 1oA -6PM
predicts severe short- 813-478-2584
age. Financial aid if SEARS Home Improve-
qualify. Job placement meet has openies
assistance. Call AIM available to promise
1-888-349-5387 products inside Seats
ASSOCIATES NEEDED Stores. Base/ Bonus up
$100 to $1000 Per Day, to $13/our Prior sales
Returning Phone Calls, experience a plus. Ex-
No Selling, No Explain- cellent communication
ing No convincing. Call skiS. Seniors welcome
80242-0363 Ext3830 1-800-379310. EOE
Auto Detailer for body DFWPM/F/H/P
shopmust have exp. TEACHER Secondary En-
wet sand & buff Bne' glish, Christian Lady,
fits.813-886-8143 Cllee Graduate for
S8Christian Girls School
CHILDCARE Fundraisin salary & benefits. Call
Director. National Cindy Churchill
fundraising company 813-650-8700
seeking energetic
shone persone. Work Classified Ads
r'om' yor location to Prices well within sight
call chidcares to help Aselectionthat's
them raise money, just right!
$15/Avg. (813)862-2769. TROPICAL Fish Farm F/T
CONSTRUCTION Clean- position. Exp Preferred.
ers needed, experience Call gam-4pm ONLY
preferred, will train, 813-54-9100
need transportation. Work At
Sarah 813-763-1929 383 Homer
COUNSELORS Needed Af- I I
terschool, Plant City HELP WANTED Earn Extra
YMCA Youth Ectension income assembling CD
Site located at 502 E. cases from Home. Start
Young St. M-F, 1:30-6:30 Immediately No expert.
Npm, Ages 18 and up. ence necessary
Please apply directly to 1-800-405-7619cExt 225
1507 YMCA Place. www.easywork-great-
E.O.E. D.F.WA.P-p-y.com
DRIVERS Comp riv- ASSEMBLE MAGNETS &
ers Solos ias Class CRAFTS FROM HOME!
A/CD eway Pack- Yearround Work! Excel-
a l-O05, Make up to lent Pay! No Experience!
0 cents/mile & More. Top US Company! Glue
Great Home Time! Also Gun, Painting, Jewelry &
S Owner Operators Need- More! TOLL FREE
ed! 1-877-882-6537 EOE 1-866-844-5091, code
OakleyTransport, Inc. HEL 8A E a ra
Fish farm picking room income assembling CD
positions Sun to Thurs cases from. Home. Start
_813-986-4560 Immediately No experi-
HEAVY EQUIPMENT Op- ence necessary
eratonrTrainin Bulldoz- 1-800-405-7619 Ext 225
ers. Backhoes, Loaders www.easywork-great-
Dump Trucks, Graders, pay.com
Scrapers, Excavators. $1,220 Weekly Sala-
Floria-Training! Na- ry!Earn Cash Daily! No
tional Certification-- Fi !ommute!Simple
nancial Assistance -Job Work!FREE Info! Call
P I a c e m e n t Now!1-800-693-0815
800-383-7364, Associat- 24/hrs.
ed Training Services
www.atsn-schools.com $879/ Week!Easy Work!
No Suit No Com-
HERDSMAN WANTED FOR mute!Genuine Opportu-
500 JERSEY Cows- Re- nity! Start Today! Call
spo:,nibl All Ai ,DcL ..:.f N,,v'FREE in r.l 00iji'
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its. Sacelima iry BeYourOwn Boss
Farms, 1702 NW 364 PC Training Online
Road Okeechobee, FL Call 800-899-0048ext42
863-467-6662 or
305-216-8194 BEYOUR OWN BOSS
LA.EAND.ut Auctio WORK FROM HOME
LAKL ANDcAutoi o Au ioa WRITTEN GUARANTEE
Now accepin."SECRIT CALL 813-719-9067
POSITIONS" Various 391-399
shifts available. Call
863-984-1551 for inter- Education
view appt. Experience c
helpful DFWP/EOE
Turn to Classified to: i396 Schools
BUY IT. '
SELL IT. EARN DEGREE online
FIND IT. from home. *Medical,
*Business, *Paralegal
.._ ... *Computers *Criminal
HEAVY Justice. Job Placement.
W. Computer provided.
EQUIIPMIENT Financial aid if qualify.
psE ATOR W(866)858- 2 121
OPERATOR www.onlinetide
watertech.com.
TRAINING FOR 400-499
EMPLOYMENT- ..
EML AMerchandise

14001 Misc for Sale I
IP !S_-\ BL S500 OFF WITH THIS AD
R,:,)F WV th LiLeirme
-.-d-.-- Warranty. Carports,
k Pool-Cages, Screen-
Bull.dozers, ,ao.e s Rooms, Windows. Storm
Panels. Lic/Ins GCG
Loaders, Dump 1505566 Engineer on
Trukdes, Graders, Staff, Financing Avail-
S,_ = ... able. We Accept-MC/Vi-
SrapersExcvators sa. 1-877-572-1019
Ai:11 iatdT]:1in,1 #1 steel Building Source
since 1980! CalIfor Hon-
National Certificaional Certification sty and Integrity 1 All
sizes! 1-888-425-7755
Financial Assistance A + POOL HEATERS Facto-
.Job Place ry Direct: Solar/Heat
SJO Pcement Pump or Gas. Complete
Assistance Do-It Yourself heater
kits. Phone quotes, in-
stallation most areas.
8003L83 76 1-800-796-0951
OW*3 /-73 www.TheEnergySuper-
M a r k e t. con m
Lic#CWC029795I/ln-
Associated Training surged. Dealer Inquiries
Services Welcome!
www.atsn-schools.com AOUARIUM 150 gal, salt
water, live rock, live
D56871 sand shark, filtration,
stand & canopy incl.
$2000 OBO. 813-426-7147


1400 1 Mise for Sale I
BATHTUB REFINISHING..
Renew / Change Color.
TubTile,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
DISH NETWORK
SATELLITE EQUIPMENT
New or Used. Will pay
cash an d pick up.
(813) 376-3788
GIGANTIC MIRRORS
Wholesale jobsite left-
overs. 48"x100"xl/4"
(15), $125/each.
72"xlOO"xl/4" (11),
$125/each. 72"x50"x
1/4" w/1" bevel,
$110/each. Free deliv-
ery. (Anywhere). Install
available. 800-473- 0619
Gum Machines (14) 25
cents, 2 on each stand
$75 or all 14 for $350
72.7-216-5075

MARLYN METALS Serving
Florida for over 40
years! Buy direct from
the manufacturer. Met-
al roofing, siding, acces-
sofles, trim secondary
framing, slit coil steel
rbof. & composite floor
deck! 813-621-1375
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 $699.
Guaranteed Best Price!
Electric Adjustables for
Less! www.mat-
t r e s s d r c o m
1-866-476-0289,
813-493- 1222,
727-733-9334
POOLTABLE-8'Excalibur
Solidwood "Harvard"
Collection, Still Crated,
1" Slate, Leather Pock-
ets, All Accessories. Can
Deliver. Cost-$%K Sacri-
cfiGe-$I350, Ball/Claw
$1750, Matching Dining
Top $495, www.excali-
burbilliards.com
561-868-2094,
954-648-9506,
813-273-8701
POOL TABLE Barber
chairs (2), pinball mach,
jute box, dart boards, stlo
machine, exercise equip.
Must see.813.737.3610
SIGNS FOR REAL ESTATE
Solar Powered Charges
by Day, Lights at Night.
SpecialIntroductory
Offer (863) 670-2915 .
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
MOVING Everything Must
Go, Bedroom Sets, Patio
Furn, BBQ, Desk, Book-
shelves, Lamps, Dishes,
Pots & Pans, Garden
Equip, & Much More.
Call 813-754-9481
IA Misc.
400A Wanted

NOW 6,1_ INr
charms/charm brace-
lets, cuff links,tie tac's,
old costume jewelry,*
glassware + MORE
(727)505-2162
$$ PAID for WATCHES
pocket & wrist. GOLD/
Silver Jewelry, Dia-
monds, Call Gemologist
SAM (727) 804-7463
GOLD, SILVER & JEWELRY
Will Pay Cash. Any con-
dition. Vintage jewelry
welcome. Tampa area.
727-505-7087
14011 Auctions
Auction-Luxury Ski
Condominiums
Steamboat Grand
Resort Hotel &
Condominium s,
Steamboat Springs,
Colorado. March 18,
2006, at 10AM. Daily
p r e v i e w s .
www.SteamboatGrand
Auction.com, David L.
Harley, broker
Lic.#E 40i030.i54.
n Antiques/
4021 Collectibles

Antiques: American and
European Painting;
Tiffany Glass & Windows;
Pre-Columbian &Tribal
Art. Rich, 516-944-0650.
COLLECTOR Buying
Antiques, Silver, Clocks,
Paintings, China,
Furniture, Glass Jewelry,
etc. (352)650-3293
DINING TABLE Oak 48"
round spJit pedestal ex-
pands to 100". $700
OBO, (813) 621-2466

GAME TABLE Dark finish,
4 cushioned arm chairs,
good condition $450.
813-754-8230

Noritake China Dinner
Set, service for 12 w/
many additional pieces.
Originally $1,250, asking
$600.813-633-2740
CLASSIFIED
IS CONVENIENT


SAntiques/
402 I Collectibles
PARTNER'S DESK Tiger
Oak, $850; 2 Chande-
liers, need work, $150;
727-937-7442

At www.Auctiontecs,com
Antiques/Collectibles
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1406 | Jewelry I
RING ENGAGEMENT IM-
MACULATE 1.5 Ct Si-1/G
color, Adura/Princess
cut, Plat Scott Kay (nice
edge) mount w/2 sur-
-prise diamonds. Appr
$15,255. Sell $5600 neg.
813-313-6278
RING SET Wed/engage,
wh gold, princess/soli-
taire, band w/bag.
approx. /2 carat
$f,098/obo 989-0193

ROLEX BUY- SELL
Service-Selection.Yates
Jewelers, 1708 S.Dale
Mabry. 813-253-2164.
1407 1 Diamonds I
Diamond $7000 GIA cert,
.84 ct, round, D, VVS2,
exc exc exc, set in ring.
813-842-8588
EngagementRing, 1.08 ct
1.68total 14kf yellow
gold setting w/1 diam.
Baguettes, apr. $7470,
sea $3500,813-404-8895
T' inStamps -
4 ICoins- Books
Coins-Currency BUYING!
Tampa's Oldest Coin
Store. Top Dollar Paid,
Cash. 5802 N Armenia
813-879-6670
WE BUY COINS!
Buying selling, trading!
Over 38yrs exp. Buying
Silver & Gold coins. We
paytop $$. 813-792-2493
or 727-455-6196
1410 Furniture
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 pillow
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 0 ACHES mattress
with quilted top. new
$115. Also barely used
$95 free delivery.
727-418-7579
BED Beautiful Wrought
Iron, King, BIk, New
Hand Made, Hdbrd Ft
Brd. Rails cost $1,400
$900 obo 813-920-4316
BED- Sealy Posturpedic,
Queen Mattress/Box
spg, firm. 1 mo. old. New
Cond. Pd $1200, Will sell
$495 813-391-6768

BEDROOM 1-8pc
King/Queen
All Cherry, med finish. All
drawers American
dovetail never used still
in box. Can deliver cost
$4,500 sell $1,575.
www.solidwood
bedrooms.com
81 93-7621
BEDS New twins com-
plete $300. Free com-
puter desk & micro with
purchase. 813-454-7333
CLOSEOUT SPECIALS Still
avail. Great prices on
BR, DR & Patio Furniture.
FOREVER WICKER
it 813-948-4802 U
Web #122273



COUCH & LOVESEAT Qn
pull out, built in maga-
zine rack, interchange-
able cushion covers
$600/obo. 813-927-5733
DAY BED $295*
Complete with 2 twin
matts & pop-up trundle.
New, never used can
deliver. 813-926-8507
Dining Table, 8
comfortable parsons
chairs, glass top, 52 x
84in, exc. con. $675,
moving. 813-672-2370
ENT CTR high end. cherry
display cabs, recessed
lighting, holds any sz big
screenTV, lyo, sacrifice
$750obo (727) 417-3304

Entertainment Ctr
All wood, cherry or oak,
lighted w/beveled glass
doors, accommodates
up to 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
USED, sellfor$1650. Can
deliver. 813-293-1743
Turn to Classified you
can Bank on our Bargains


410 Furniture
Entertainment Center-
Solid medium oak.
60x75.20" deep.
Excellent Condition!
$500.813-926-2458.
Flex-A-Bed, full, exccond,
6 mos old, tranxlife
warr, $1800 obopd
$2800, more infoavail.
813-661-2073

FUTON
Medium oak, honey fin-
ish, 9 layer matt,-new in
box, cost $625, sell $315
813-293-1743
Hutch, Broyhill, 3pc,
Cherry, exc. cond. $550.
Bedrm Ste, King, Wht
Wash Beach Scene,
11pc, $1500. Desk & Chr
Set, Round Tbi, Lamp,
Loungers, Wicker, $300.
813-689-9429 Lv Mssg.
LIVING ROOM SET- Sofa, 2
Wing-Back Chairs, Otto-
man & All Decorator Pil-
lows. Traditional Style.
Like New. $900, Westch-
ase Area. 813-855-7860

MATTRESSES
3 sets, double sided pil-
low top, with warranty.
Never used. Can deliver.
King set-$345.
Queen set $275
Full set-$240
813-293-7621
SOFA Country 2 chairs 2
ottmans, coffee & end
table excellent condi-
tion. 813-810-8232
Classified Ads
Prices well within sight
A selection that's
just right!
SOFA & loveseat L
shaped, 2 dining room
sets, piano, tools, con-
struction material
appis. exc cond
813-298-2454

WALDEN ESTATE
SALE
Sofa&chair $195
SofaSleeper $159
Queen No Flip Mattress
Set $169
GEWasher&Dryer 295
GE Refrigerator 195
GE Stove $159
4 pc Bedroom Set 1339
B&B OUTLET
115S. EVERSST
PLANT CITY 813-759-8864
Moving Must Sell 3 pc
bleached-pine 4 poster
Bedroom Set, includes ar-
moire and dresser, full
sz, $425 OBO. MUST
SELL MOVING!
813-363-1464

Teak Wood Furniture, All
Kinds, 1/2.Price, Good
Deals, Must move all.
8717 40th St. Call for
appt. 813-849-8181
| 415 | Appliances I
Appliances-Absolute
Lowest $ Guaranteed!
Delivery. Woody's
Appliances, $74.50 up.
7604Broadway 626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288
APPLIANCES BEST PRIC-
ES IN TOWN! Large se-
lection of washers, dry-
ers, stoves & refrigera-
tors. $79.50 & up. War-
ranty & delivery in lim-
its. Don't gamble, know
your dealer! 45 yrs exp!
7604 Broadway626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
**APPLIANCES**
DRYER$99
WASHER $140
FRIDGE$150
i to 12 Month Warranty
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
4000 W Kennedy 281-0777
PARTS TODAY
11900 Nebraska 972-4242
APPLIANCES, GE, brand
new, white: dishwasher,
stove, and range hood.
Asking $550 for all.
Chris, 813-767-6732
APPLIANCES- Washer,
Dryers, Stoves, Refrig's.
$125 Up. Big Top ea
Mkt. Guar & Delivery
813-382-8615:404-8125
Mom & Pops Applianc-
es $75& up, W/D, Stove
& Refr. 10014 30th St.
Free Deliv-ery
813-632-9620; 335-5788
VACUUM, KIRBY G6 self
propelled w/attach-
ments & Shampooer,
used very little.
$450 obol 813-334-7876
Washer & Dryer, Ig
capacity, like new $175.
Refrigerator, sidexside
w/ice, like new $125.
Treadmill $175.
813-740-0665

WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
Don 813-300-6714
WASHER Whirlpool Duet
HT, Pewter, Pedistal,
Paid $1450 now $500; al-
so DRYER elec Paid $950
Now $400 352-458-3193
417 Telephones/
41 Pagers

EXPRESS LONG DIS-
TANCE Moving to New
York, New England & all
states between. Cus-
tomer rated A+ .Free es-
timates & friendly ser-
vice. Credit cards ac-
cepted. Relocation Spe-
cialists. Lic #MC299938.
1-800-941-3767


417 Telephones/
4171 Pagers

No Home Phone Service
$24.95 Basic Get Recon-
nected Quickly! Long
distance plans avail-
able, no deposit. Trans-
fer service keep same
number. 1-888-467-8286
& 1-800-800-83-9235. Insta-
tone. Se Habla Espanol
Air
418 Conditioners

A/C New In Box
Complete systems 2 ton
$1695;- 2V/2ton $1795;. 3
ton $1895; 3Vi ton $1995;
S4 ton $2095; 5 ton
$2195..5 yrs warr on all
parts. Used Ac's avail. 21
yrs exp. State cert. Lic #
CAC057499 Call Mike
813-661-2167
AC/HEAT PUMP Systems
Clearance on all 10-12
seer split systems, new
in box with factory
warranty @ wholesale
prices, sample: Spit
2ton $726 3ton $825
4ton $1055,Free Deli. r,
727-243-4493
Get Rdy for Spring! A/C
new in box. 5 yr Fact
Warrty, All Homes, Sizes:
M.Homes, 2-ton $1010,
; 2/z-ton $1060,. 3-ton
$1105 3/2-ton $1170
Prof. Install Lic RMOO
-31291 813/453-9033
NEW ** S/DENT
RECONDITIONED UNITS
You Deserve the Best
Prices, Service & In-
stalls. We Do It Right The
First Time! #RA0039944
REMINGTON AIR 971-2206
.n Musical
-" IInstruments
GUITAR Martin HD35
w/factory installed
Fishman electronics,
exc cond. $2000. Serious
only 813-671-7074
PIANO, 1924 Vineage Ba-
by Grand, Cupola Con-
struction by Paul G.
Mehlin & Sons, all origi-
nal. Good Condition:
Claw foot stool, $2000.
813-752-5072
Piano Kawai-64 Key mid
size mahogany
Excellent Cond. $600
813-653-1342
PIANO SALE, New & Used
Most Popular Brands
IncL CD Player Grands.
Owner/Operator 27 Yrs
Best Prices & Value
Call 813-855-1227
pianospianosinc.com
PIANO, Yamaha C-3, 6' l"
black, New $30,000;
Sell Like New $8,000
w/5 year Warranty.
727-542-0132 '
PIANOS: Yamaha G-3
black, nice cond., $6500.
. Baldwin Howard, nice
condition $2500.
Call 727-542-0132
SAXOPHONE- Brand New
Yamaha Soprano in
case. Never been
touched! $2000 new.
Must See! $1500
813-493-6166
VIOLINS $100, German
$150. Viola $150. Cellos
$319. Cases & Bows.
Mandolins $120. Guitars
$150. Trumpets Flutes &
Clarinets $199. Rentals
& del avail, repairs. (813)
655-6554- .' 9J5 .J-
WANTED Hammn:.r, ,:.,r
gans (vintage, 25 pedal.
or more) & or Leslie
speakers (813) 838-1490
1423 1 Clothing I
FUR COAT, lined full
length, exquisite! Wear
luxurious collectible fur
now. Super fine! $1,495
obo.813-659-0455
1. Radio, TV, &
424 Stereo I
FREE DIRECT 4 Room
System! NO Credit Card
Required! Access 225+
Channels! FREE HBO
SHOWTIME, STARZ 3
Months! Starts $29.99
Ask about FREE DVR1-
800-373-902124/7
SPEAKERS, (5) Energy
Connoisseur Home The-
ater speakers, excellent
condition like new,
$400.813-404-8263
TELEVISION 50" TOSHI-
BA, large screen TV
w/remote. excellent
condition $500.
813-909-8686
1426 1 Photography
PHOTOSHOP CLASSES
www.alliedpixels.com
$199(813) 264-2633
I .Medical
428 Equip. |

ADJUSTABLE Bed, fully
elec, new top of the line
Simmons twin pillow-
top with massage. $2395
NOW $1199 813 977-6655
CHAIR, JET1 MOTORIZED,
new $5500; exc cond.
ALL adj, arm rests, foot
rest & seat. Anti-tip whls
$1500obo 813-645-9070
Electric Scooter, Electric
Mobility w/Lift & Brack-
ets, $1 500 obo
813-931-1222

PARK YOUR CAR IN CLAS-
SIFIED and see ittake off
in the fast lane!


Medical
428 Equip.

ELECTRIC SCOOTER
PRIDEJAZZY & LIFT. Will,
separate. Cost $3,800,
sel $1,800. 813-390-0391

INCONTINENCE Supplies
Cases of adult briefs,
liners, and underpads.
All sizes available. Same
day delivery. Prices as
low as $38 per case of
(96). 1-800-719-1618
Scooter, Deluxe-3 elec-
Pep-Pal, 2 sp w/rev, reat
cond, 14 mos,barely

LOWEST PrIE 'iiiPTi('Ij
L f E i : irr, ,-,
i : rd) ) 6-rie-r I ,rn
MedicareD. Flomax
0.4mg/$27.00, Ambien
10mg/$53.00 Nexium
40mg/$30.00O/month.
Viagra 100mg..$2.75.
Global Medicines
(866)634-0720
www.globalmed
icines.net
430n I Office Equip.
43 & Furniture

300 Herman Miller A03,
6x6 Workstations.
Exc cond. Other Cubicles
available. Call for
details. 727-647-1853
PHONES MERIDIAN
Central System, battery,
all controls. $395 also
inci 3x6 wood desk.
(863) 688-5411
STEELCASE & HERMAN
Miller Workstations All
sizes. Lowest Prices!
Stan 813-966-1072 almost
newworkstations.com
You'll find value buys
advertised in Classified
each and every day
WANTED
Office equipment and
furniture. Phone
systems, routers,
copiers, printers &
more. n all Carl:
863-868-3177
4.31 Computers &
4" I Equipment
AMD $99 Internet Ready
Computer. Laptops
starting at $149. New
systems starting at
$299.1031 W. Busch
PC Services 931.4976
AMD 2800+ New PC $399
64-bit 512mb, 80gb HD,
52x CDW, Windows XP.
One Year Warranty
ISORM.com Computers
14918 North Florida Ave
813-264-0408
COMPUTER REPAIR $45
*Flat Fee, Not per hour*
ISORM: Mon-Sat 10 to 7.
14918 North Florida Ave
(813) 264-0408
Laptos P.........150.00
Laptops Pill............ 200.00
21' Monitor ..............45.00
PIlComputer.......... 50.00
40 GIG HD..................30.00
CDROM........................ 3.00
80 GIGHD................... 50.00
SDRAM....................... 3.00
Laptops, Systems, Parts
M-F 8-4 813-217-4649
PIll Computers, Monitors
& TV's starting e $25.
LAPTOPS also available
Visit Our showroom -
full of computerparts &
electronics! Call
813-886-1494 or visit
1102 North Rome Ave.
TampaFL 33607
I Commercial
432 Equipment
Pressure Washer
Equipment professional
type w/trailer, $5995.
407-948-8219

Want Ads
SALON Equipment- Hy-
draulic Cnairs (5), Mats
(5), Stations w/mirrors
(5), dryer/chairs (2).
$3500obo.863-698-2041
Vending Machine, Pepsi,
new face cover looks
great, just refurbished,
runs smooth, freezing
cold, 8 selections w7
dollar validator. $950.
Call 352-686-8082
I Restaurant/
4341 Hotel Equip

Concession Trir. 8x14 St.
Appv'd active lic. Steam
table & more! Electric/
gas/water hookup.
$8,500.941-723-6000.
Hobart 60 quart Mixers,
single phase or 3 phase.
Wak-in Coolers, 1 glass-
door Cooler and more.
Call 727-581-9293
Ice cream, deli,
restaurant & mini mart
equip, and AC. All
reasonable price.
727-216-3649/445-1640
Pizza Parlor Eqpmt al-
most new mixrs, ovens,
booths, tbls, chrs ice
mach.,etc. Worth $90k,
ask $25K 813.965.8377
REFRIGERATORS
Commercial. Glass
doors and S/S. Also
Walk-In Coolers. Exc
condition. 813-621-0045
SLUSH/ Soft serve dis-
penser Taylor Model
YL4212. $695obo.
Call 863-665-1086

Steam this, heat lamps,
display cab, fryers,
sinks, shelves, wk tbls,
fans, ice cream equip.,
grills, food trir. Bargain
prices! 813-677-9634


Store
435 Fixtures-
Equipment
Clothes racks, hooks &
shelves for slat wall,
chairs, telephones, cash
drawer w/ scanner,
receipt & tag printers
(QB Point of Sale Retail
Hardware), shopping
bags, hangers.
Call (813)996-1164
Hair Station, 3, Black w/
mirror. Back Bar w/ 2
Sinks. Lg Front Desk. Fa-
cial Chair. Carpeting,
22x18, Berber, 6 mo.
$1,600.813-786-8464
41 Builder's
440 Supplies

ABACA foudi/Avierminri
Oak Flooring Wholesale
from the Original Guy
who started in this sec-
tion. I buy flooring from
all over the world no
Middleman. I have more
products in stock than
anyone that will sell to
thepublic. Containers of
Wood, Laminate, Ce-
ramic starting at .99 sf.
Come where the build-
ers & savvy buyers buy
flooring 1-813-918-2737
www.yeagerflooring.com
We also do expert Sand
& Finish work for your
worn out old looking
floor, Call us and we'll
come right over to mea-
sure and make plans to
fill your needs. Yeager's
Nobody beats our qual-
ity or service let alone
our price.


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BAMBOO FLOORING
Natural & carbonized
$2.79 per square foot
Immediate pick up or
delivery. 813-494-6544
CARPET Thick & Plush
Hottest Looks, Quality
Luxurious, BelowDealer
Cost! 1st Quality, Dalton
weekly shipments.
Commercial carpets
available, we install too!
% 813-918-2737. U'
I'll bring cuttings to you
today off our rolls.
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
has large overage of
supplies. Plumbing,
electrical, tile & etc
All must go! 727-793-9777
Best Offer!
LUMBER LIQUIDATORS
HARDWOOD FLOORING
from .99 CENTS SQ. FT.
Exotics, Oak Bamboo,
Prefinished & Unfin-
ished. Bellawood w/50
year prefinish, plus A
Lot More! We Deliver
Anywhere 5 Florida Lo-
cations, 1-800-FLOOR-
ING (356-6746)
METAL ROOFING SAVE
$$$ Buy Direct From
Manufacturer. 20 colors
in stock with all
Accessories. Quick turn
around! Delivery
'Available Toll Free
(888)393-0335.
WANTED: 20 HOMES To
Show Off Our New Life-
time Exterior Paint. Call
Now to See if Your Home
1-800-518-5532, (Lic
#CBC010111
BLOW OUT SALE
Theme Park Quality,
Waterfalls, Rocks, Pool
& Pond Rock Edges.
17514 US 41 N. Lutz
2.5M N. of Bearss Ave.

141 Patio & Deck
I Supplies

BRICK PAVERS
45 cents ea, Many colors
DoIltYourselflInfo
Paver Sealant Available
(813)968-6150 Sun Pavers
www.sunpavers.com
Concrete Pavers, Sec-
onds, from Manufactur-
er, Low Price, Brooks-
ville. Call Sonya
352-799-7933 x230 www:
flagstonepavers.com
PATIO FURNITURE: White
Aluminum, Oval glass
top table 74"x42" 4 arm
chairs + 2 swivel/rocker
arm chairs with blue
fabric seats. $400
813-991-4480
PATIO STONES/EDGERS
CLEARANCE CLOSEOUT.
Sun Pavers
(813) 968-2319
www.sunpavers.com
Manufacture's Outlet, 1st
gual. brick pavers Sales
& installation. Best price
in Bay area. 949-1110
17514US41N.Lutz
414 Sheds &
I441 Carport
BUILDING SALE! "Rock
Bottom Prices!" 20x26
Now $3340.25x30 $4790.
30x44 $7340. 40x66
$11,490. Factory
Direct...26 Years. Many
others. Ends/
accessories optional.
Pioneer (800)668-5422.
STEEL BUILDING-FACTO-
RY DIRECT BLOWOUT.
20x24, $2,800; 30x30,
$3,900; 40x60 $6,900;
50x120, 14,450;
1(877)728-4807
12x24 Lark mfg, all steel
constr. 8' side wall elect
wiring incl. upgraded rf,
2yrs old, private owner
$4000, 813-601-1911
CLASSIFIED WORKS


Sheds &
44 Carport
STEEL 18x21 Carport$695
installed; Buildings/
Sheds from $1,925. Al-
most Any Size Available
813-299-4790 681-5468
1445l Tools
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
Machinery &
4 1Heavy 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
FORKLIFTS-Ringlift has
"As Is" to fully second.
Stop and see why we
give the best value in re-
cond. forklifts in the
state. Huge inventory.
1401 US Hwy. 301 N. Tpa.
Larry, 813-620-1337.
PLASMACAM CNC
BURNING TABLE
Computerized Burning
Table, 4'x 4'. Complete
system, Call for detail.
$10,200 Firm,
(813) 737-2599
Vertical Mill.. Surface
Grinder. Lathe. Tooling.
Saw. 863-604-2470

Get in tune w/Classified's
.selection of musical in-
struments in Class 420
.1, Sporting
450 Goods

BILLIARD TBL Am: Heri-
tage, Dk Cherry w/beige
felt, 11/4" slate, match-
in cab & equim. $1600
813-684-7704 q16-4005

DIRT DEVILS

SPEEDWAY
500 LAPS OF RACING
SAT FEB 18TH
GATES OPEN AT 2 P.M.
RACING STARTS AT 5:30
HWY 52, 5mi W. of 1-75
(exit 285) 4 mi E. of Hwy
41 LANDOFLAKESFL
Full Consession-Clean
Restrooms
Guided Quail Hunt, Vi Day
Bookings, Dream Lakes
Hunting Preserve.
Bartow FL
863-640-7783
GUN: conceal carry per-
mit classes $40. Sun-
days 1-5. Great selection
ofnewliht weight easy
conceal handguns start-
ing at $179.
Call for reservations
813-210-4867(GUNS)

GUNS WANTED
*BUY-TRADE-SELL
Win-Feather weight ss
7mm. Other rifles: 3006,
270 WSM. 352-422-3441
North Florida Hunt Club
Hamilton County, 5700
acres lots of deer & tur-
key. Campsite on prop-
erty. $95 family mem-
bership, limited open-
ings. Call Bruce Mulder
813-363-7809

POOL TABLE $1250
4'x 8' Pro Series, solid
wood, 1" slate, leather
pockets, K-66 rails Ball
and Claw feet, Worth 5K.
New in crate.
Lifetime warranty.
Professional installation
avail 813-363-0097
Want Ads
POOL TABLE 3/2 x7, slate
cherry oak wood w/
ping pong tbl top, all ac-
cess.foroth, exc cond,
$1,000.813-231-2557

Pool Table 4x8
Pro Series 1" Tournament
slate, K66, 100% gum
rubber rails, diamond
sights, carved cabinet,
new in box, never used.
Cost $3200, sell $1250.
Can deliver.
813-293-7621
POOL TABLE, American
Heritage, Tacoma8', Drk
Grn Felt, Was over
$3,000, only lyr old
$950' 352-458-3193
POOL TABLE,
Professional size.
$1,000 OBO.
Call 813-426-7147
CONCEALED WEAPONS
CLASSES
Class D, Class G
& Class G Requalification
813-643-1370 245-2719
1 Exercise
451 Equipment

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

Pool Exercise CD. Exer-
cise in your pool. $19.95
Free shipping 423-451-
0987 or www.pool
exercise withbillie.com







30 THE COURIER FEBRUARY 16, 2006

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littertrained 07-8773 pots 1,3,7&15gal Sale readyto go! POP,2M, chanting $900 Health Cage, toys, stand, & sale, 5429 le RdFri& I I Emerald Point RV Park, self contained, 3 slide
or T for 45 gal and iFvetchecked! CertShts ama weighs food $200 (813) Sat Feb 17 7 18 8AM- 5cn Motor Homes Zephyrhills, deeded outs, W/D, 2 AC's, front
456 HealthL Bobbie 813-363- Cal'l (813)817-7966. 2 1/2 Lbs,863-427-0025 215-4622 1PM. Nissan Truck, air I uU I.- RV's property.Willfit40'+ awning, like new.
Products 25. Lic #47229733 German Shepherds, AKC POODLE Toys 8wks, AKC, Misc Petsi compressor, tools, jet RV under cover. FL room $26,000.352-428-7407.
NEW MOTORIZED Nsery Liidation Sale puppies 8 swks. Bi /M, 1/F. Red/apricot, 4841 I skies, trailer & dock, T. 2004 Airstream &fullbath $69 900
NEWHEELCHAIRST O container Utrees nothing oied T'svet ,, H/,C,$50/cash. clothes shoes, washer, Safari 11600miles Call Dave 813-758-7643 400 LUXURY 5TH WHEEL
.Cos'IfEbSco over15gal nothin over wormed. Duke's $800.00 ready Valentines Day fridge, urniture & more $29,500. +2004 Dodge RVAwningMats.com sips7, W/D, self-contain,
manual Chairs. We Ac- 9925. Lic #47229733 German Shepherd Pups PUG PUPPIES AKC reg. Thousands of marine Sparkman Rd Sat 18 F- towveREVERSIBLE $25,500. 703.99-7179
cept Medicare& Private PALM CLEARANCE Cold. AKC, Lg boned, Ready health cert and first Fish and Invertabrates NAL INSIDE' MOVING $22,000.941-355-4839. REVERSIBLE 422004 ELITE5thWheel 3
Insurance. Free Delivery hardy droughttolerant Valentine's day. M/F, shots. Beautiful fawn at the lowest prices in SALE, Country sofa 2 32"02WinnebagoAdven- RV slides, fiberlass, 2BR,
Helping Hands Medical Heal Pineapple shots hithrecPOP$500 babies. $800 (863) the Tampa area. Life chairs 2 ottman, coee turer36Kmi2slidesaw- manyextasWilldeliver.
Equipment Call Toll- Reclinats Paurotis 863-869-5350Ivmsg 206-3822 Oceanic, 813-649-1000 &enmi aeexcons,cur- nins en sleeps 6 2tv's ATS $30SO00 obo (863)412
Freb a 877-66 i088. Pindo.6to25ft.id GermanShherd Pups, P Pups AKC-CKCAs Estate Sales ,mrowaveToys, VC ext wrty to 68/06 ,o101 (863)412-1017
Hab7amo spa grown as of Plant Ci German Sheherd Pu P AK KA I clothes, Odd&Ends Ford VlOyvg cond no smk
Levitra/Viagra & Diet 813/752-75065#47218b 5.P,$500ea. 2-F $450ea. family ised. ,yfu & A 500-549 .,t:. u. RVAwningMats.com RV
PillsOrderO line:Price- 480 813-967-3313 Pudg 00-700. LE'SSTATEALES 500-54 32' DAMON inlrudr 1996 Campers 5& accessories
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busterRx comGerman Short Hair www.ekesandpugs Febl7&1ham-ipm Farmer's Market AC, awning, gen, 2 TVs, Travel Trirs
1-888-773-6230 FDA ap- c m Pi P M com (32) 591-2271 d Ctow k, ss 6. 26K mi. POPUP CAMPERS for rent
o. e nr T AKiTA PUPS AKC, cham- Pointer PUPS, AKC, 2-M, a305 Segew lCkt. $ 7s4-7- A/ Cin S fo ren
roed Pduht S 'ie," pion bloodlines, very show qua ity, amazing PUGS-Cute Valentines! ST.Andrewsarea.SCC. I ated inZe r 80 Pop Up. AC, frig, stove, C
drex, i ,Levitraan flashy. Must See! Call hall of fame champion Home-raised, AKC reg. 10 Farm Equip. Located n Zepyris Pop Up. AC, frig, stove, a813.54.1827www.popup
more ia Ur pS en 813-6 0-2158. pedigree, both parents Health Cert & Shots. G arage, tar3cl Per 32 onDutchmaster, Self sleeps 6, looks great. m pers.coom
sicuans-, ha aci ^show champion & hunt $600813-404-4493 Sales, Etc. DIESEL. Engine 3cyPer- contained Very Clean, $2,500.813-244-419 rentalcampers.com
Overnic t n / n 7 ArTc AIiIA h test titled. $1000. kins,Runs Good Good cond., $1500 obo. 15651 RV Storage I
Overnight Shupsipping 7 A KCUS st shots HC 941-792-8101 CORK AREA 1306 McGee $1500 813-967-231227 / 22' 1995 COLEMAN POP
ER ONLINEOR eds, tri-bks. $400 Golden Retriever 2yr old PU eS4Sale Rd,Fri&Sat,Febl7&18. 813-621-8475 813-967-2317 UPPioneer/Chesapkair Fowler & 1-75 RV's/Boats
PHORDER MEDS ONLINEOR Ready 3/3 Taking dep male, veg, neutered, all J-'l' C5,: 8am-3pmLOMBC 34' 1995 Georgie Boy 460 conditioned, real Autos, Secure $50/mo.
en d (863) 701-7647n(8)30 shots & papers. Loves arkAve. Pu y Annual Sale Big church Hores Ford, 42Kmi,jacks, cam- condition$3,00. HappyTraveler RV Park
Soa, Ambi ,Adipex, 3172 www.bcranch.net kids $150 Must Sell. 813-662-2592 sale to much to list 525 -vstock era, newtires batteries. 813-996-9673 813-986-3094
Carisoprodo Ultram, (8633258-1237 Lic#P05062440 N / X {E Livesoc / CLLENT. Below
Viagra, Methocarbamol, AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD N/S EXCELL $2T B 22'1998 5th whi Tahoe
Levitra. No previous Minis, Reg. All Colors, Golden Retriever Puppies RATTERRIERPUP quarter Horse-$500, 813-633-3070 Glide Lite fully fur- h whl Tahoming
rescriptiion required. Males & Females, Shots takin dep, ready ,"" L Pon -$500, Mini-$200 nished, slide out living 580 pas
all toll free &Wrmed, ReadtoGo! 3/1/06,$400adultsalso male, great w/kids, $200 All Kid-safe.+30 more! 34'FleetwoodFlair2003,2 room, rear bath, AC. Pools Spas
1-866-438-6656 or $400-$6003 52-628-0048 avail. Parents on prem. obo. all 813-361-1558 Will finance anyone. $0 slides 12k miles, all op- $7500obo.813-681-3563 .
www.ntegraRx.com She herd 813-949-0740 Iv msg PLANT CITY,1708 E Ala- dn $100/mo. Many tions extras, immacu- 26' DUTCHMAN 1994 5 Factor rect
....... u ron 122e/1/06,M-Great Dane Pus, 4-F, 1-M Rat Terrier Pups UKCI, bama St St Feb8 beautiful paits! WIll late, must see! $6535026 TCHMA 995 a
INSURANCE 2 lackTri &Blue Merle, merle, rea~ March Great family pet, Tin 8AM ti MOV trade rent $15/hr, 813-949-2429/323-3615 wheel, furnished w/air GftoBaSpas
Life, Health, Medicare NSDR, health cert. POP 18th, AKC, hth cert, top oys to minis.350-45. ING/BARN SALE. A Little 136 /1 www 35' 1996 RESIDENCY, smoke. $6,500 obo/ www.gulftobayspas.com
Sup, plemens & Part bloodlines .www.mccasratter bitofeverything o-49-1126 www s,1 ...owr sowee.l$68504btob ab
keRerts D. $300.813-677-8903 Adult fe spade ri o (3 7 btfevertsuncitystables.com oaded,flrto ceiling win- trade. 813-689-0175 HOT TUB/SPA, like new,
Independent Agent BEAGLE P s, I3/M Tri hearing & vision good RED Nose Pitbulls 10wks AHA 4 yr old Chestnut maintained $22900/of- 26'TERRY1986 Good con person, ets, cabinet
813-34-4539 core emloo, par- $450 352-666-0446 1 male 3 females, POP, Nelding arrelrospect fers941-773-1066 tionnec aint and digit loal LE, waterfaice
f ents on premises. health 1 gole....emalesh O PMAPHA Hand P carpet, elec ic hitch. loaded, sacrifice!
Attention Seniors Medi- certificate. $300. each HAVANESE, Many colors Ist & nd shots. $175- Geldin lesson ros 35' 1998 Alpha Ideal 5th Rear private bedroom. $1,475.813-401-4007
care part D got you con- 813-928-6417 or to choose from, champi- $250. Won't be diesap- ect10 old son pros- $3,400813-629-1151 HotTub/Spa nevrused,
fused? Cal Affor- 813-986-4291 on blood line, Males & pointed! 813-886-7313 G n rt on tralso erl,3dy es e, Wash $3,40813-629-1151 Hot Tub/Spa, never used,
daMeds 1-866-634-3049 ...... Females, vet $1,500. PLANT CITY 2807 S. er ,re oodeo ook value 31FT2005Jayco Jyfiht, 7-8 person, 2 5 HP
o BEAGLEa REG AKC P us e 081 4 Si Frontage R &at 10yr 12Bay1d um M aint Free cab.
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scription medications small 8 wees ealthS/PMale10 s. POP 2/17 & M orse Mare ores 7K. Asin $2K. Call q sgl cover, Ozone
Woaorocame2o M .ut 2o /F $3500. JACK RUSSELL Terriers, / a 1 w POP v, OV I EVeit I sons. $2000 EACH erry8 i-6 006 times.SEL $1 900. e oad d. $399a
www.affordameds.com ck tr colored. Registered smooth shots, crate-trained MUST GO 941-776-0455 35'200Wndsong For- Call 352-754-994. 941-756-2901
i nd Power eaIh. 813-961-35690 or tcoats,$60oandu Van- $37e5t sFb-e,- ea &t c cn 8 L S oure 0s0& 3et yr For V$0
01 I 813-752-8172 AKC etyof szes & colors SCHNAUZER Mini black & PLANT CITY 3001 S.Pine- ites. ouI LLO ...GOODBU' e u ier generaor, 32' 2005SHyLineT r New7person spaI2 oad-
SMower es $600813-sier male, r10 s oe G uaof n .n o wB25,000 miles, 2 ac2TV's 2 rslides4CHA, awnin, ed. e96 month Thru
Beagles 2 emales, AKC. atwww.suavestylin AKC, hlth cr 1 hl es s, un2/17,18& WANTED Horses, corian counter to81s W/D, all o5ts, loade H ome Depot. Cover,
MOWER-Snapper,"cut reg, health certs, st jacks co i83741 2510 ua Parentsareshow 19. Tools, lawn equip- ones, goats, sheep, many extras, $5200o No reasonable offer re- warranty. Can Deliver.
+ Coxco 6x 0 trailer + sots. $400 apiece. 8 as s w/i Car mont eeectcaI furni- 3lamas, cattle & any 813-719-3967 fused. Trailer located in 866-776-0999
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FEBRUARY 16,2006 + THE COURIER 31


S584 I Boats I
19.5' WELLCRAFT 1999,
NEW 2003 Johnson
Ocean Runner, VHS,
bimini & depth.
$8700/obo 727-343-3617
20' 2002 PROLINE Sport,
ctr console, tandem trir,
150hp Merc, boat cover,
good cond. $16,500
813-654-2401 after 5p
21' ContenderT-Top, cntr
console, n"'i j i rr a.r 2
baitwell:U.G ,:'.S. i,*-;r,hnd*
er & m,0re. $2ui.
813629R.4R23
21.6' Seapro 20)1 ,:2riioer
console, 15) 'bnrr,~a3
Saltwater series motor.
220Rs, all electronics,
fishfinder, aluminum
trailer, marina kept
since new. Exc cond.
$15,500. After 6pm call
813-685-6555
22 2006 Bennington Pon-
toon. Dbl bimini. 2275g,
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' Cuddy Cabin w/head,
350 Mercruiser I/O, runs
great, needs minor re-
pair on Magic Tilt trlr,
$3000 813-814-2785
22'PONTOON W/TRAILER
2005 Palm Beach
w/Magic Tilt Trailer.
LOADED! Many Custom
Items included $19,000
(941).739-9108
23' 1988 Correct Craft
Fish Nautiqu'e w/trailer,
new Crusader 330 hp,
immaculate $23,500.
FL Mark 352-771-8924
23' 1995 Mako 232 CC with
1999 Yamaha 225 hp.
Loaded, T-Top, Stored
Dry, Exc Condt. $24,500
06 (813) 690-8570
24' Sun Chaser Pontoon
Fishing model. 50hp
Yamaha, 16 hrs, w/
Trailer, bimini top.
$10,000.813-754-2022
26'2004 SEA RAY Sundan-
rer 240 Like new 137
r..:jurl'. tr to i. arr.jn r.,
rTn fF ',r.l ,rT,,r ,T
Full ,,' 5: 1 .3 1: al l
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27'Grady i.i'", ,,', .
Charts.'sI Finder, One
Owner, Low Hrs, Full
..- Canvas, $57,500.
S 941-383-4656 :
29' Triton 2003, CC twin
250 Yamaha HPBf, less
than 300 hrs. engine
warranty 08/09, furuno
electronics, loads of
extras, must see.
$79,900.7-27-367-0214-'.
32' 2001 CENTURY, twin
250 yamaha, awesome
boat, fully loaded, low
hrs $48,500/obo.
813-505-4865
33'FOUR WINNS 2005 328
Vista* New cond, 53 hrs,
twin Volvo Penta
5.7GXI/DP, warranty,
loaded, stored Hi-Dry.
Motivated seller.
**$149,900. OBO **
* 813-514-2900ext302*
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
36' Carver Aft cabin, 1983,
Great live-aboard, air,
heat & generator, very
good cond. $39,500 firm.
(941) 761-9081
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+ /mo. Secured loc'n
813-684-9171
START YOUR YEAR OUT
WITH A SPLASH! 2000
Sea Sport 2844, Deep
sea fishing boat, 28.4ft,
twin 190 HP, merc cruis-
ers, less than 500 hours,
electronics inci VHF ra-
dio, Hummingbird GPS
w/seamap,incls2topof
the line Cannon dwn rig-
gers,incls $4000 HT and
$5000 3 axle alum trir.
Located in Ozona, Fl.
THIS PACKAGE IS A
DREAM MY LOSS IS
YOUR GAIN. Starting
new business, priced for
quick sale at $44,500
O0B. Comparatively
priced at over $80,000.
DON'TMISS OUT ON
THIS ONE! Call for
details and viewing ask
for TJ 863-206-8342 or
email: TJRicel32@
yahoo.com orviewat
www.boats.com
Web #87190



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

Consult Classified for
Harleys, & Hondas & so
much morel Classified
has vehicles of all kinds
to make your dream ma-
chine materialize!


585 Boat Slips -
5851 Storage I

Outdoor Storage 5515
Causeway Blvd, RVs,
Boats, Cars Trucks Trrs.
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
ninest alum. boatlift &
stainless hardware, 8-
24KIb, 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
Boat Motors 10HP 4
stroke 1999 Mercury
$900.30HP 2000
Mercury Johnson $1500.
Call 321-271-3546.
600-649
Transportation

Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
Bay Area Motr or Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warrarny
Auto/ Boat/ RV
813-926-9994
Engines & Transmissions
Used & Rebuilt -90 days
upto 3 yrswarr. M-F9-5.
MemBBB 813-875-1500
Rims w/tires, 19" racing,
Hart C4, silver, 4 lug
universal. $500.
813-885-2094
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z. Guaranteed
quality work. Your place
or mine. Call Rob
813-610-1535

A97 Utility
S" 7 Trailers

12001 PACE 2J'L 7 W h H,
G,:,.r jr,:r, inni ro.
SI't i .l h ,] ri.-',,, I ,. n-

40' All Alum Trir, used as
mobile store. A/C Tile
Firs, 3 sets of dbf drs.
Brand New 10K lb. axle.
$9K obo 813-477-1959
5x10 Enclosed Trailer
w/Ramp, Side door,
$1800, Also for sale,
5x10 w/Tilt bed, $700
.. 813-967-2460 -
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
Enclosed Trailer, 7'x14'
w/ramp, side door & du-
alaxil, white, motorcy-
cle tie downs $2800
obo, 813-986-6538
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
Utility Trailer 6x6 ramp
dr, side dr ladder racks
$1750813-966-5743


I691 Trucks Light
I Duty

CHEVY 2003 AVALANCHE
40k mi, exc cond, all
power, black & white
auto, 1 driver, $19,500
863-773-3678
CHEVY 2005 Colorado
3500 miles, new cond.
AC stereo, bedliner,
utility box. $11,450
Call 813-754-9481
DODGE Dakota 1996 pick
up good running en,
cold AC. Needs paint.
$1500 or best offer.
943-2256
DODGE 2004 Ram 1500
SSLT, quad cab, exc.
cond. loaded, bik, pwr
seat 20" whls, Sirius, 44K
$16,250 813-391-4669
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 1993 RANGER XLT
extended cab, Vil auto
exc cond 136k mi. $3300
813-641-8248

FORD 2000 F250, turbo
diesel XLT, super cab,
4DR long bd, clean
truck, woman owner,
beautiful blue colcr.
below blue book .-
$16K. My credit union
will fiance 100%w/ ood
credit, monthly
pa ments a prox $300
13-677-161 P-363- 361
or 781-1499
FORD 2003 Ranger XLT, 4
door, 6 cyl, exc condi-
tion, extras. Alarm sys-
tem, 33k miles. $10,800
813-948-3547, 340-0659.
CLASSIFIED WORKS


629 Trucks Light
I Duty

GMC 2000 1500 Sierra
SLT, loaded, 65k miles,
excellent condition
$12,000 obo. Call Bill
727-656-3413.
NISSAN 2000 FRONTIER
ext cab silver, auto,
cold AC, radio/cass,
clean, non-smkr 75K mi.
$6400 813-960-8435
TOYOTA 2003 Tundra
Limited 4 WD 46,000
miles, Black w/Tan inte-
rior.$20,500
813-355-6564
30 I Trucks" -
I" Heavy Duty

CHEVY 2003 SILVERADO
1500 EXT CAB. 37K
miles. $17,500. Pewter
ext/charcoal int. 8
cyl, auto, 2 Wheel Drive.
Fully loaded, excellent
condition 17" rims.
Call Doug: 717-278-6947.
Dodge 2000 Ram 1500,
Club Cab, 4-WD, auto,
green, loaded, all power,
exc. cond! Very clean!
$9400.(813) 653-1754
Dodge 2003 RAM SLT 2500
Quad cab, LB, h.o. Cum-
mins diesel, red & slvr,
27k mi, 100k mi. warr.
$23,700.727-573-0136
FORD 2000 F250 Super Du-
ty Ext Cab 5th whl, ste-
reo, manual trans w/OD,
.towpkg. AC, Exc cond.
$10,000813-918-4206
FORD 2000 F350 XLT dual-
ly crew cab, 4x4, diesel,
loaded $17,900.
863-255-3141.

63,B 4-Wheel
630B I Drive

Chevy 2005 2500 LT Crew
cab, white, 4x4, diesel,
DVD, XM, toolbox, load-
ed, 25K mi., $30,500.
813-240-8641
DODGE 1998 PICKUP 1500
LOADED 5.9 V-8 81k
miles Black GY Tires
$10,000(813) 235-8016

FORD 1999 E250 Super Du-
jty-4x4, 71K, Bedliner,
Tool Box, New Tires,
Alloys, $9900
813-949-8591
JEEP 1994 Wrangler 6 cyl,
auto, AC, hard top, cus-
tom wheels, 4x4, runs
great $6,500.
813-244-1419
I31 alVans
CHEVY 1995 Astro, pwr
locks/wind, tint, roof
rack, cruise, AM/FM &
CD, good cond. $2800
obo. 813-685-8814
CHEVY 2005 Express Ext
2500 29Kmi, remote
start Colby alarm sys,
wr locks, cruise. Sac.
$15,500727-863-1700
Dodge 2001 Grand Cara-
van Sport, 52k mi, CD, 4
drs, stereo, good cond,
$8600. 4235 oenderson
Blvd, 813-287-2565
DODGE 2004 CARAVAN
STX, V6, 4 door, quad
bucket seats, cold air,
64K mi., clean car fax.
$7800 obo. 813-624-7296
DODGE 2005 HANDICAP
Van, 10" lowered floor
power ramp, 17,006
miles. Call for more in-
formation 727-492-1630
FORD 1996 E150 Cargo
Van w/locked steel cabs
& shelves, 85K mi. runs
& looks great, $4200,
813-839-1172 Ivmsg
Ford 2000 Windstar SE
Gold ext. Fully loaded,
Ithr, DVD, capt. seats,
auto, 84K, new tires,
$7400.813-841-2486
FORD 2000 Windstar load-
edv Ithr, all power, CD,
video great cond., 85K
mi. $7,300.813-760-5112

FORD 2002 E150 66k mi,
New Tires, Good Condi-
tion. A/C works great.
$13,900 813-597-5626

MERCURY 2000 VILLAGER
90K mi, 6 Cyl., Fully
Loaded, Leather, Great
Cond. $8,288., Must Go
(352)476-7041
NISSAN 1996 QUEST Sil-
ver, Auto., 6 Ciy. $3,200
(813)849-2612

TOYOTA 2002 SIENNA
wh.ttan Ithr, airbags
sliding dr, CD, roof rk, all
pwr exc cond., 50K mi
$15,700.813-988-7576
TOYOTA 2002 Sienna
Symphony 26k mi Like
New. Captain's Chairs,
All pwr $16,900.
813-453-4915
VW '95 Euro Van Camper
Auto/AC awning,
stove, sink, ride,
4op top. 120K miles.
$0,900. 941-360-9893.
15 2 sport Utility
I6321 Vehicles

BMW X52002 BLK,2 TONE
GRY. Email pictures.
33.9 mi $28.500.
813-355-7588

Chevy 2003 Tahoe, exc
cond. leather pkg, Bose
stereo, 6CD, running
boards, 42k mi. $23,850.
obo S27-560-371
CLASSIFIED WORKS


S |Sport Utility
632 Vehicles

Chevy 2004 Suburban LT
1500,4WD, 35K mL, Red,
loaded, sunroof, Bose
stereo, ext. warranty
$31,000.813-654-0066

DIRT DEVILS

SPEEDWAY
500 LAPS OF RACING
SAT FEB 18TH
GATES OPEN AT 2 P.M.
RACING STARTS AT 5:30
HWY 52, 5mi W. of 1-75
(exit 285) 4 mi E. of Hwy
x41 LANDOF LAKES, FL
Full Consession-Clean
Restrooms
DODGE 2002 DURANGO
SLS package Sand Mist,
Auto., 2 WD 8 Cyl.
$12,500 Great Value
(813) 477-8616
DODGE 2004 Durango
Hemi AC, 3rd row seats,
Ithr, subwoofer, tow
pkg orig owner. $18,995
pd$34K 813-741-3167
Ford 1998 Explorer XLT
white fully loaded, exc
cond,V8 grey Ithr seats.
Must sell, leaving town.
$4975 352-686-4333
FORD 1999 Expedition, E.
Bauer, 4x4 loaded, Lthr,
119K, NewTrans&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. $10,500. 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 Explorer Eddie
Bauer Fully loaded, sun-
roof, power, CD & 6 disc
chgr, back-up sensors.
$9,000 813-244-2283
Web #95569

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FORD 2003 EXPEDITION
EDDIE BAUER, V8, load-
ed Green/Tan, Ithr intr
33k mi., 75K ext. warr.
$22,500.813-962-1351
FORD 2004 Expedition Ed
Bauer, black, loaded,
exc cond, 44k miles,
$20,500. 813-681-5441,
813-390-6559 cell.
FORD 2004 Explorer EB
Blk/Tan Lthr, V6, Wrnty,
Garaged, Non Smoker
MSRP 34K, $19,900 OB6
813-839-5900 -263-6434
FORD 2004 Explorer XLT
4x4 V6, 7 pass 4dr, Au-
to,-BIk,'Tan lnt, FM 6CD
Chgr, 28K, Clean $15,400
obo 352-428-2777
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 2003 Wrangler X
37K mi. auto, CD player
w/ sound bar, has war-
ranty. Exc. condition.
$15,500.214-240-9935
KIA 1997 Sportage Jeep
Very good condition,
a/c, red $3000/obo.
813-237-3600

LEXUS 2003 GX470, auto,
sunroof, fully loaded,
Navigation, 44K Tan
Ithr, Mint cond. $33,900.
Brandon area.
813-215-2685
MERCEDES BENZ 2000
ML-430, Blue, Auto, 4
WD, 8 Cyl. $19,500,
Luxury, 43K Low Miles,
Nav, DVD, Excel Cond,
Clean, Like new,
Leather Running brds,
Grill Grd(813) 842-2380
MERCEDES 2001 ML320,
64K miles, good condi-
tion, $17,00o. Call
813-781-0845
MERCEDES BENZ 2003 ML
500 '28K mi, PL, PW, sun-
root, navigation sports
pkg cruise n eated
seas, still under factory
warr. $31,500. For more
info call 813-433-4042
Nissan 1998 Pathfinder
XE Excellent, must see
to appreciate. $4200
obo. 813-920-2415
NISSAN 2003 Pathfinder
V6, Immaculate, Merlot,
36k mi, Loaded, $16,700.
Bank will loan 100% oof
$19,000! 813-763-7636
NISSAN 2005 PATHFIND-
ER, 2 WD, granite/beige
Ithr, 5k mi, tow pkg, like
new cond, $27k.
813-948-0096
TOYOTA 1996 4Runner
SR5,Tow Pkg, Loaded,
Great Cond. 141K Hwy
Mi. $6,800 obo
813 752 1499- 758-1966
TOYOTA 2005 SR5 4Run-
ner, V6, Sunroof, DVD
Gold 9k mi, Excellent
Condition, $29 900 obo
863-559-3596
3j 5 Motorcycles I
HARLEY Davidson 1984
Sportster, custom
wheels, lots of chrome,
candy apple red, $5000.
813-689-3600.


16351 Motorcycles I
Harley Davidson 1987
FLT, High miles, has
some extra parts. $6000.
Firm. Call after 7pm
weekdays. 813-493-2060
HARLEY 1988 FXR Custom
paint, lots of chrome,
exc condo extras $9,800
Must See! 813-684-6160
Nights 813-684-5737
HARLEY 1989 883-1200
Mild Custom, Fat Bob
Tank Exc Cond. $4,500
813-788-3249 -244-8467

HARLEY 1992 FLSTC Heri-
tage Softail. Too sweet
to list all extras. Runs
perfect. Custom.
$10,000.813-426-6354
Harley 1997 Dyna Wide
Glide. 54 rrmies, blijc,
a lot-i if nr,',me Cu..
tom. te." onrd 1900)
,OB.BI) 6 13-7196
HARLEY 199' FitBoC,
L:.wererd vwitr i hr f
Chrome iSh i r i,:'
oerk d.ne... i$9600 Ou
352 34164488
Harley 1999 Custom 883,
1200 miles, garage kept,
lots of chrome, excel-
lent condition, $6000
obo. 685-6782.
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2001
CUSTOM SPORTSTER
5400 miles. Mint Condi-
tion. Detachable
windsheild, saddle
bags, engine bars, LOTS
OF CHROME, custom
pipes, plus original
pipes.$8500
(813)205-9778
HARLEY 2001 HERITAGE
CLASSIC Garaged, fuel
inj, fact airm, 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 flames,too many ex
tras to list. $13,300.
813-426-6008
HARLEY 2003 Springer
Softail. $30K invested,
show winner, too much
to mention. $18,900.
4500 miles. 813-758-7643
Harley 2005 1200 Custom
$16Kinvested, 10K mi,
shield, bags, extra chrome,
too much to list. $11,900
obo. 727-433-0187
Web #i1";-5



HARLEY 2005 Electra
Glide. Showroom cond.,
black, stereo CD, fact.
sec. 2653 mi., priced to
sell $17,500.813-624-6831
Harley 2005 Firebolt
XB9R, 1600 miles, yel-
low, race kit, $7650. Will
accept trade car/truck.
941-809-1055.
HARLEY 2005 Softail Heri-
tage Classic Peace Offi-
cer Special. Fuel-inj., se-
curity, Stage I, Scream-
ing Eagle pipes, extra
chrome, 7 yr ext. wrrty,
garage kept, $17,700.
813-831-4922
Honda 2004 VTX 1300C,
black, $7500.
2002 VTX 1800C,
silver, lots of extras.
$8500.813-380-8160.
KAWASAKI 1986 454LTD
Black, Chrome bags,
windshield, $750 OBO
(813) 431-7010

KAWASAKI 1999 KX100
excellent shape, new
pipe, new tires new
ars very clean $1350.
863-581-7914

KTM 2001125SX
dirt bike, very fast,
garage kept. $1800
r13-973-1171
Suzuki 2002 GSX 600R, 4K
miles, blWk/yel, Yoshimu-
ra exhaust. Undertail
lights. Reduced Price!
$4900.727-804-1721.
SUZUKI 2005 Hayabusa
Better than rew, K Mi.
$9,950 863-294-3113
863-206-1155
407-492-5058
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-628-4797
THROTTLE FACTORY
1636 Golf Carts
1991 Club Car, Electric
w/Charger & Roof.
$1350 813-926-2755


GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
GOLF CART *GAS* EZGO
Good Cond
$2100
(813)784-5994

SUN CITY GOLF CARTS
New, Used, Remanufac-
tured, Sales & Service
Authorized- Yamaha
Dealer. Authorized Club
Car Sub Dealer Bu, Sell
Trade 813-633-7843
6 f ATVs I
POLARIS 2005 330 Mag-
num. Low hours. $3500.
863-581-5131

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CASH PAID For Cars Buick 1992 Roadmaster,
Running or Not! We'll 98K miles white with
come pick it up! burgandy feather int.,
Paying a little bit more! exc. condition! $4,950.
Call Rob at 813-610-1535 Call (813) 989-3937.
CASH TODAY! BUICK 1994 Lesabre Ltd,
CASH TODAY! white w/blue leather, all
For Cars, Trucks & Vans power, 165k mi, VGC
Running Or Not. just serviced & tuned
813-728-7979 $2500.813-841-3071.
WE BUY CARS, Trucks Cadillac 1987 Classic De-
Rv's. RealTop $$$, CASH- Ville, white/maroon
Today! Any Condition. cloth top gold Rolls
Free Removal 24 hrs. Royce grill, continental
Call Alex 813-770-2720 tire, new tires & brakes.
$$$ CASH $$$ $18b0. 813-980-6767.
For Cars, Trucks & Vans Chevy 1988 Blazer, new
Any Price/Any Time tires, batt alternator,
CALL ME FIRST! cold AC, red, looks good,
727-505-3882 116k mi. Real work orse
C iC 6 $1500.813-792-1969
C e dla..ssilc CHEVY 2000 CORVETTE
644 Antique C5 Coupered, low miles,
Vehicles Excellent condition
S I MOVING MUST SELL
Buick 196' Grand Naon. $20,500813-319-5450
at GN\ Cirnir. MINTon. CHEVY 2006 COBALT
dittionr Mu:ci.r-Sha c3r Black, mint cond, 1500
F at' $ ? C. '0 ') mi. tint, auto, CD player.
813-928-9025 Absoluyely gmeat shape.
Cadillac 1957 Fleetwood, $14,300813-390-7433
new paint white/silver Chr -slr 19 Im aral
.... Chrysler21991m penial,
roofA/C.Texascar5K V6, loaded, later, 1
orig. mi. Great driver. owner garage,6i QK
$8,500.352-754-9894. m. $24, 9 5 obo.
CADILLAC 1966 Deville 813-645-3619
Convert. 85,000 Miles Chrysler 1995 LeBaron
Fine Condition, Rides Chnvertibl,9 miles"
SWell $6,500 new top &$tires, well
(813) 792-1481 maintained. $1500.
CHEVY 1923 TOURING SE- Call 813-242-7526.
DAN, rolling chassis, Chrysler 2004 Sebring
bod y disassembled, Convt, Touring edition,
$2 800 invested, make silver w/blk top, Load-
oferortrade formotor- ed 29Ki $13800obo.
cycle. 813-494-6412 Moving! 94'1-68 -2731
CHEVY 1934 Roadster, Kit PARK YOUR CAR IN CLAS-
Car, 383 Pol Tune port, SIFIEDandseeittakeoff
700 R4, needs comp. inthefastlane I
$25K invested $17,500 or
trade Car Truck or RV. CORVETTE 2005 new
727-863-1899 cherry red met. Naviga-
S A tion on-star XM radio
CLASSIFIED and more. 6k mi., $46K
WORKS! obo. 813-259-1195.
COUGAR 1970 XR-7 Elimi- Web #78852
nator clone, all orig oo-a*- .
Tampa car'never left 0 iC07 '-.' '
Bay area. 85% restored. "
Serious inquiries only. .-
$13.5Kobo 813-625-1705 DODGE 1993 Viper RT/10
FORD 1964 F100 pickp.Conv't re w/gra int
8Run an F a-upe. 30,900 m garaged, exc
Runs and driveable cond. well main.
Good condition. $6000 $29,500,727-424-3901
or best offer.
813-986-7856 DODGE2001 IntrepidSE, 4
.r 1.7.7 door 85k mi cold AC,
Ford 1977 T- Bird 2 dr, fully loaded, exc cond,
metal brown s powrm private owner. $4900
cond, 2700 milfrom ne h oboR 813-264-56M10.
all power. Must sell DODGE 2005 SRT-4
leaving town. Must SEE. 13K mi., sunroof, tint,
$9500 obo. 352-686-4333 2.4L turbo, exc. cond.
r7T 2 dr H wy1 mi., no modificat'ns
FORD 19'77 T-brd 9 H$1 000.813-997-7996.
Top, 3S1 Winsdor Runs
good $1000.752-4123 Donate Your Vehicle to
S Helping Hand Founda-
JAGUAR 1969 XKE42LSe- tion Help Support
res 2 Excellent Condi- Young Women andTh0eir
tion. $28,495 Children. Work Learning
L8e m6ess,-a / Work Training Pro-
813-99-68oo grams! Free Towing.
Mercedes 1969 280 SE Tax Deductible. Call
Excellent unmolested 1-800-728-0801
original. 6cyl, auto, AC. DONATE YOUR CAR-To
Low ms, always garaged The Cancer Fund of
ell $6500 ortrade for America. Help Those
project car. 813-240-1617 Suffering With Cancer
Ron's Auto Restoration Today. Free Towing and
1929-2000, Full & Partial Tax ^deductible.
Rust repair & complete 1-800-835-9372
paint. 727-533-8970 www.cfoa.org
FORD 1994 Mustang 5.0
TRIUMPH 1980 TR8 lots V8, Convert, Auto, 77K
of new parts, narially orig. mi. Exc. Cond. Car-
restored, runs drives faxCert. Beautiful nBlk,
Best offer. 813-685-5958 $5800 obo 813-677-2212
684-3475. Web#72894
VW 1964 restored, new ,,_ ,
brake system, transmis- ,LiCkL & BUy
sion, tires & int.: rebuilt ....- .-..
engine&blueext.$8000 Ford 1996 Thunderbird,
obo. 813-503-4195. cold air runs great,
clean, all is working,
VW 1973 Beetle, Excellent good shape, $1950. Mike
condition in & out. New 813-784-7816
813-3-0b6$350 or FORD 2001 Focus 4dr
813-362-4279 Great on Gas, Looki
Great 87400 miles,
VW 1973 SAND RAIL, 22R $6,000 obo
Toyota motor, Weber 352-683-1867
carb RV Cam, runs
great, custom built CLASSIFIED WORKS
needs paint street:legal FORD 2005 MUSTANG
$2,500.813-886-2138 Sonic Blue, 17K mi,
| Auto bies $16,900. Call Jason
4 Automobiles 813-494-7789
649 For Sale
AAA Rated Donation Do- FORD 2006 Mustang De-
nate Your CarIRS De- luxe V6 AT 6CD black
ductible. Free Pick-" w/charcoal' leather int,
u ow. Any Mod- aoys2200mi21000
el/Condition. Help Un- obo.813-81-971
derprivileged Children: $3000 Gift/Donate A Car
0 T REACHCEN- Free Fast Pick-Up Max
TER.ORG1-800-693-7911 IRS Deduction Lydia's
ACURA 2004 TL A-Sc, 6 House For Women
spd w/navigation.lack 1-800-541-6004 Se habla
&Tan, 1 owner Factory espv .ol
Warranty, $28,900. HONDA 1993 Del Sol, hard
941-356-7639 to find hardtop convert-
BMW 1995 7401 ible, black 155k mi runs
white/tan ithr 109k m' great automatic $3600
new motor, 76k mi, sport obo. 613-662-2546.
wheels, exc condo. HONDA CIVIC 1994. Only
$11,500.813-601-2010 $500! Police Impounds.
BMW 1999 323177,666 ml, Fo1lnn isti-s-8 1 E
Silver Convert pristine 1-8-749-8116 Ext. 4880
$19,450 (813)244-9594 Honda 1994 Civic, $500
*MustSell! For listing:
800-749-8167, "
BMW 2003 Z4 2.5,5 speed, ext.C752
27,000 miles, Sport, Pre-
mium, Convenience HONDA 2000 Accord LX,
pkgs, BMW Certified. alarm, Michelen tires,
l00K mi Warranty, 100K tinted glass, lots of
mi Free Maintenance, tender loving care.
Excellent Condition. 64,000 miles, $10,200.
$28,000 727-460-1794 813-657-2422/ 613-6277
BUICK 1989 CENTURY HONDA 2000 Accord EX
Elderly owned, 66k orig. Silver, Leather, Moon-
mi, 4dr, Mint condition, roof, Great Condition,
$2,450.727-667-8990 Kelly BB $8,000 obo
: 813-767-6676
BUICK 1990 Century 4dr, HONDA 2001 Accord EX,
133K mi, Cold A/Cd re- V6, auto, Ithr, sunrf,
cently serviced. Clean spoiler, 1 owner, 101K
inside & out. $1700 mi. new timing belt,
727-804-1721 $8600obo 813-741-0033


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649 For Sale

HONDA 2001 Civic LX 4 dr
Auto, Runs Perfect! All
Pwr Cruise, White
w/Charcoal Int., Cold
Air. Non-Smoker. $6500
Call 813-783-0683
HONDA 2003 Civic Si
60,000 mi wheels
lowered, exhaust TV,
sound sys, $17,000 obo
813-299-4053
HONDA 2004 Accord LX,
23k mi, auto, 1 owner,
factory warranty,
white/tan exc cond.
$16,9002 813-240-5326
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
JAGUAR 2001 S Type, sil-
ver, loaded, new tires &
brakes, moonrf, 6 CD
chgr, showroom cond.
$14,800 813-294-6584
JAGUAR 2001 S-Type
Mint, green, 37.5K mi,
sunroof, CD chgr, Ithr in-
t. Exc cond $21,500obo
813-908-8563
LEXUS 1999 GS300 white
all options, 78K mi., mint
condition, garaged
dealer maintained
$15,900.813-920-2502
Mazda 1987 RX7, runs
great, new A/C, alt.,
tires, stereo, etc.
180K mi. $1700/OBO.
Call (813) 971-8808.
MAZDA 1994 MX6- 5 spd
over $2k invested, new
parts incl., new clutch/
trans. w/ warr's, receipts.
$1500.813.325.1015
MAZDA 1995 Protege,
140K mi, Beige, Sedan, 5
spd,2WD, 4cyl, Cold Air,
New Tires, $1,400
813-852-2638
MAZDA 1997 Millenia V6,
88k, exc cond., loaded,
new 17" Fuzion tires
$4395 Call 813-948-5316

MAZDA 1999 PROTEGE
120,000 mi Green
Sedan, 5 Speed, 2 WD, 4
Cyl. $2600 Must Sell
(813) 326-9579
MAZDA 2000 Miata MX5
Convertible, Dark Blue,
Low Mileage, Exc Cond.
$9800 obo 813-469-7612

MAZDA 2001 626 LX 4
door, private owner, 48k
mi, cold ait, fully loaded,
exc cond. $5900.
727-637-3119.
Mazda2002 MiataSpecial
Edition. Graphite
w/black top, settle
brown leather interior,
all options. 23K mi.
$16,000. 863-385-8779.

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 1983.380SL,
118K miles red exterior,
saddle interior, auto-
matic both tops, $8,000
obo. (352) 592-5101
Mercedes 1983 380sl,
black. 2 tops, New con-
vertible top newleather
interior, $9500 firm.
813-545-0774.
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-
Spaign great condition.
92Km $25000.
(919) 967-1547
MERCEDES 1999 CLK 320
Convertible fire mist
red Starmark l00K war-
ranty, 74K mi. $25K FIRM
813-684-7704 416-4005
MERCEDES-BENZ 2001
S430 Only 42,000 mi &
30k mi remaining on
warranty, Mint Cond,
Loaded Nav/CD
Chng/leather/etc.
$32,500(813)289-9898
MERCEDES 2003 S600
AMG sport pkg, 29K mi,
keylessgo, 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 2003 SLK320,
hard top convertible,
17K mi, blue w/2 tone
leather, show rm cond!
$29,950. (813) 989-3937.
MERCEDES 2004 SL500
$73,900. 22k mi, mas-
sage seats, silver
w/black interior. Sara-
sota car 203-631-2726
Web#109310

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Mercedes Benz 2005 E320
CDI Diesel, white, tan,
fully loaded, 17k mi,
Save $$! Spotless!
$47,000.941-366-3118
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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.
813-215-2685
MERCEDES 2005 E320 CDI
DsI, 28 mi cit /34 hwy,
fawnw/blkin 7k miles.
Htd seats 6CDdiscchgr.
$47,500 (863) 712-7800
MERCURY 1990 MARQUIS
98K mi., private owner,
solid car. Thonotosassa
area. $1,500.
Call 813-986-3128
MERCURY 1991 GRAND
MARQUIS, All ower, Ex-
tra clean, Exc cond.
$1600.813-361-8894

Mercury 2002 Grand
Marquis, 34K miles,
leather, chrome, loaded.
Exc. Condition! $9800.
Call 813-681-6057.
MITSUBISHI 1997 3000 GT
VR4 mint condition,
leather int, moon roof,
Sjust serviced $16,500.
813-695-9852,928-1873.
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 2002-2003
Eclipse GT Ithr Infinity
sound syst, dual tronics,
ps pw,pl, pwrsunrf, low
miles, Exc Cond $11,900
813-837-6623
NISSAN 1987 Sentra, New
brks, tires, alt. & batt
Heat/Air, radio, clean,
blue. 170K Hwy mi $1500
obo 1-727-580-8739

NISSAN 1995 240SX
auto, good A/C, $3300,
813-249-9625
NISSAN 1998 ALTIMA GXE
4dr, 5spd. all power,
leather, 68k, cd, goo
condition $5500/obo.
813-323-7315
NISSAN 2001 MAXIMA.
Well kept, 96K mi Ext
warranty, pearl white,
cloth int. $9250.
813.961.2891
Oldsmobile 1998 LSS,
runs good, good condi-
tion, highway miles
$3500 obo.
813-907-5557.
PONTIAC 1987 TransAM
GTA new crate motor,
5.7TPI auto all power,
ext bik beige int exc
cond. 74K onrig mi. $5500
obo. 813-663-0335
Pontiac 1988 Firebird
Formula, 5 speed, V8,
power everythin.
Runs great! $3700 OBO.-
Call(941) 400-7442.
Pontiac 1989 Firebird,
PW, PL, white, AC, de-
pendable, runs well.
$1400.
813-503-9737
Pontiac 1993 Grand Am,
2dr, 1 owner, Extra
clean, 4 cyl. new brakes,
$1800.813-361-8894

PORCHE 1988 911 Targa,
beautiful red, black inte-
rior, whale tail, polished
wheels, CD player,
$19,900.813-996-4599
SATURN 2002 SC1 Sunrf
new brakes, ilew tires, 1
owner, 70k mi, exc cond.
KBB $6100 Asking
$5700.813-486-1811
SATURN 2002 SC2,60K mi.
3DR, auto, all power, CD
looks & drives beautiful
$9200 Won't Last!
813-264-9583
TOYOTA 2001 SOLARA
Moonroof, low mileage,
new tires, new battery,
like new $10,500.
813-283-8365
TOYOTA 2002 CAMRY
58000 mi, Gold 4-door
XLE Sedan, Auto., 2 WD,
4 Cyl. $13,000 Leather
interior, moonroof CD
changer (813) 925-8953
VW 1999 PASSAT GLX SE-
DAN 64,500 mi, Green,
Auto., 6 Cyl., Leather no
accidents, $12,250, Must
See, Low Miles Great
Value (813) 926-5912
VW 2000 Jetta GLS Dark
Blue, Grey Int, Auto,
Pwr, CD, Sunroof, Al-
loys, 71K Very Clean
Car, $7,995 813-394-5070
VW 20011/2 Passat, NEW
MOTOR, white turbo
sunrf, alloys, keyless,
77K body mi, good cond.
$9,900 813-963-2470
VW 2002 Beetle GLS, dir
svc'd, ext. warr, rare
color Luna, auto moon
roof CD, alloys, 45K ml.
$13,500.727-455-6128
$5001 Police Impounds,
Hondas, Chews,
Toyotas, Etc. From $500
for listings
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