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THURSDAYFEBRUARY 23, 2006 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


in theThe
NEWS And The Citizen


OPRY
Nashville's Terry
Dennis takes center
stage at Florida
Opry'sFeb.25 show
PAGE 3

S(HOOi
Tomlin Middle
School honor roll.
PAGE 16

MILESTONE
Engagement. anniver-
sary announcements.
PAGE 11

RELIGION






Meer the Rev Jseph
A. Bowles of Shiloh
Baptist Church, the
latest profile in our
"In the Spirit" series.
PAGE 2


INDEX _

CALENDAR
PAGE 5
CLASSIFIED
PAGE 30
CROSSWORD
PAGE 19
FAMILY LIVING
PAGE 8
SPORTS
PAGE 1I


Getting Medieval
Put on your headdress
and grab a walking stick.
We're heading to this
year's Bay Area
Renaissance Festival.
Tomorrow In
The Tampa Tribune
ForhowiMfte all


Of The Year s...


BANQUET SET
FOR MARCH 1
Staff Report
It's Plant City's Oscar. And
the identity of the Outstanding
Citizen of the Year is just as
closely guarded a secret.
Widely acknowledged as the
highest civic honor in Plant
City, the recipient of the award
will be revealed at a banquet
March 1 at the Ramada Inn
Plantation House.
The Kiwvanis Club of Plant
City hosts the ceremony with
financial support from the
city's other service clubs,
including Civitan, Woman's
Club, Junior Woman's Club,
Noonday Rotary, Lions Club,
Optimist Club, Pilot Club and
the Greater Plant City Chamber
of Commerce.
The organizations select a


DRUG, WEAPONS
CHARGES
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The son of a prominent
strawberry framer who was
killed last month is facing
fraud, drug and weapons
charges.
Hillsborough County Sherif-
fs Office detectives arrested
Michael Anthon, White, 35,
Feb. 17.
charged with
grand theft,
scheming to
defraud, iden-
tity theft, for-
gery, two
counts of pos-
session of
short-barreled
Michael shotguns and
White possession of a
controlled sub-
stance, officials said.
Michael Anthony White is
the son of Bruce Earl White,
who was shot and killed in the
early hours of Jan. 9 at his home
in Durant.
The farm, at 6345 Yukon
Road, covers more than 70
acres, all of it used to produce
strawberries. The house sits on


Investigators discov-
ered the fraud when
they conducted rou-
tine background
checks as part of the
murder investigation,
said Hillsborough
County Sheriff's
Office spokeswoman
Debbie Carter.
the south end of the property,
set back from Durant Road.
Other family members. includ-
ing Michael, live on property
adjoining the farm.
Investigators discovered the
fraud when they conducted
routine background checks as
part of the murder investiga-
tion, said sheriffs office
spokeswoman Debbie Carter.
Detectives, who were
assisted .by local banks, said
Michael White stole $300,000
from his parents' bank
accounts prior to his father's
murder. The transactions
occurred between Jan. 1, 2005,
and Dec. 31, Carter said.
White is being held at the
Falkenburg Road Jail with bail
set at $117,000.


An


'ON makes a


nominee not necessarily a
member of one of the clubs -
then club presidents vote from
the list of nominees. The win-
ner's name is kept secret until
it's announced at the banquet.
The award was first given in
1960 to Arthur Boring. Last
year's winner was Coleman
Davis.
"It's an opportunity to honor
those in our community who
have given of themselves over a
lifetime," said Ken Gibbs, a
member of the Citizen of the
Year committee. "These are not
always people who are in the
limelight. In fact, many of the
reasons for which they receive
the award are behind-the-
scenes things that people don't
know about."
Reservations may be made
by calling Matt Buzza at 752-
6193. Ext. 20-1, on Ken Gibbs at
752-6171
The meal costs $18.


KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
The State Theatre Emporium in downtown Plant City is open for
business again. A labor of love for Fern and Cecil Taylor, the couple
bought the old movie theater for $100,000 in 2004. It had been
closed since the 1980s. The lobby is now open and features a
collection of auto memorabilia. The Taylors expect to have the
building completely restored by 2008. See Story Page 24.


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CANDIDATES COMING
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The Feb. 27 Florida Attor-
ney General Forum at the
Trinkle Center is just a sam-
pling of what supporters hope
the venue will provide for
Plant City in the future.
Bob Edwards, one of the
original supporters of the
center's multipurpose con-
cept, said he is encouraged
and confident the center will
find many such uses in the
future.
"The fact that a meeting of
this kind can be held in Plant
City is exactly what we envi-
sioned for the Trinkle Center,"
Edwards said. "Political activ-
ity is essential for a thriving
community. Hosting a variety
of events at the center will
have a far-reaching effect on
the area in general and Plant
City in particular."
The forum itself, sponsored
by the Plant City Republican
Women's Club and -the
Greater Brandon Republican'
Club, will take place from 7 to
10 p.m. at the center, which is'
on the Plant City campus of
Hillsborough Community
College. Candidates Bill
McCollum, Joe Negron. Ever-
ett Rice and Burt Saunders
are scheduled to attend.
Felix Haynes, college cam-
pus president, said he expects
many events to be hosted at
the Trinkle Center.
"We won't publish a price
list for the rental space until
we have completed related
parking facilities," Haynes
said. "But we are willing to
discuss arrangements on an
individual basis at this time."
For information about
forum, call 477-6548.
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Walden Lake Classic at YMCA
More than 200 runners turned out Feb. 18 for the Walden Lake Classic at Plant City YMCA.
The race was broken down by age groups and distances. The winners were: 15k overall,
male, Chet Miller, 1:15:05; 15k overall, female, Holly Swartman, 1:15; 5k overall, male,
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Ages 30-39. Shayla Smith. 23-50;
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Ages 40-49 Quincy Thoeni. 25


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Topliffe. 46 05
Ages 50-59- Starr Anderson, 28.
14, Cassandra Banning, 54 59
Ages 70-79- Joanne Atkinson,
46-05. Ruth Clark. 4713
Male 5k results:
Ages 13 and younger Nicholas
Bryce, 22 37
Ages 20-29 Teodoro Ibarra, 19.


56 Jehu Garnelo, 23.47
Ages 30-39. Mehrez Mhamdi.
20:05, Derek Sullivan. 22:51,
Bruce Baerwalde 2516.
Ages 40-49 Tom Thoeni. 25.26.
Ages 50-59 Kenneth Crows, 27
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Ages 60-69 Mike O'Hara. 26 16
Ages 70-79 Walt Arnold. 26.37,
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Terry Dennis Headlines Opry Show


CONCERT SET
FOR FEB. 25
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Nashville singer-songwriter
Terry Dennis will make an
appearance during the Florida
Opry's Feb. 25 show.
Dubbed by promoters of
the opry as one of Nashville's
top entertainers, Dennis will
take the stage at the 1914 Plant
City High School Community
Center, 605 N. Collins St., at 7
p.m.


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with Ken McWilliams and the
Nashville Band.
This is the first season that
Dennis and McWilliams have
toured together in Florida.
"Terry is a traditional coun-
try singer in the George Jones,
Merle Haggard style," McWil-
liams said.
"We have performed this
season at Hobe Sound, Bonita
Springs, Frostproof, Avon
Park, Zephyrhills, Lakeland
and several other Florida
towns."
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their own .set of country,
western swing and bluegrass
favorites.
Other performers at the
Florida Opry will include
vocalist Tina Dallman and the
Faithful Men Gospel Quartet.
Reserved seats are $12.50,
and can only be purchased in
advance by calling Myrle
Henry at 752-4094.
General admission seats are
$10 and can be purchased in
advance at Family and Friends
Antiques and Collectibles,
1304 S. Collins St.


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STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL
StaffReport
The ticket office for the
Florida Strawberry Festival
will be open through March 1.
Gate admission is $9 for ages
13 and older, $5 for ages 6 to
12, and children 5 and youn-
ger will be admitted free when
accompanied by a paying
adult. 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
754-1996.
A limited amount tickets
are also available to concerts
at the festival.
The deadline for walk-up
and drive-up sales is March 1
at 4 p.m. The following per-
formers will appear on the
Festival Soundstage at the
2006 Florida Strawberry Festi-
val:
Darryl Worley, March 2, 4
and 7:30 p.m.
.. *Terri Clark, March 3,4 and
7:30.p.m.
Steven Curtis Chapman,
March 4, 4 and 7:30 p.m.
Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin
Brothers, March 5, 4 and 7:30
p.m.
Mel Tillis,.March 6, 4 and
7:30 p.m.
Connie Smitih. March 7, 4
p.m.
Lonestar, March 8, 4*and
7:30 p.m.
Debbie Reynolds, March
9, 4 p.m.
Dierks Bentley, March 9,7:
30 p.m.
Jo Dee Messina, March 10,
. 4 and 7:30 p.m.
Rhonda Vincent, March
11, 4 and 7:30 p.m.
Big & Rich, March 12; 7:30
p.m. (Bleacher seats only.)
Trace Adkins, March 12, 4
p.m. (Bleacher seats only.)
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A 29-year-old Plant City
man was arrested by Hills-
borough County Sheriff's
Office deputies Feb. 13 and
charged with possession of
marijuana with intent to sell.
Law enforcement officials
later discovered the same
man 4s wanted in connection

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Historical society looking for volunteers
The East Hillsborough Historical Soci-
ety is again asking for help in operating
the shortcake booth at the Florida Straw-
berry Festival, March 2-12.
Three shifts of workers are needed
each day: 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., 2:30 to 7
p.m. and 7 to 10:30 p.m.
Cashiers, beverage workers, strawberry
stirrers, housekeepers and servers are
needed. Each worker will get a gate


marijuana was to be delivered
to Plant City.
Arizona authorities then
took possession of the mari-
juana and delivered it to the
Tampa Drug Enforcement
Administration, which handed
the package over to the sherif-
fs office.
Detectives then carried out
a "controlled delivery" of the
package.
White was arrested after he
accepted delivery.


admission ticket. Volunteers are asked to
arrive at the 1914 Plant City High School
Community Center, 605 N. Collins St., 30
minutes before a shift if they need trans-
portation. Volunteers are also needed to
stem strawberries at the community
center starting Feb. 28. Stemming begins
at 9 a.m. and lasts until the stemming is
complete. There is a covered-dish lunch
every day. Volunteers are asked to bring a
dish and a favorite knife and pan for


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himself as a relative of the
people living at the address
and admitted had .made
arrangements via an Arizona
source to have the marijuana
delivered there.
Further investigation
revealed that that Brown was a
fugitive from Pennsylvania
where he's wanted in connec-
tion with a homicide investi-
gation.
White is being held without
bond at the Orient Road Jail.


stemming.
Information: Betty Wilson, 752-4514,
or e-mail msgranny@gmail.com to sign
up to work in the booth or stemming.

Strawberry Festival contest deadlines
The Florida Strawberry Festival is
scheduled for March 2-12 in Plant City.
Deadlines for a number of contests asso-
ciated with the festival are drawing near.
See DIGEST, Page 19


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THURSDAY
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 Methodist Church, 303 N. Evers St.
The Scouts will honor Charles S.
White for his continued support and
involvement with the Boy Scouts. Guest
speaker will be Mike Alstott of the Tampa
Bay Buccaneers.
RSVP: Dean Snyder, 752-2505.

Spring fashion show
My Girlfriend's Place Boutique and Berry
Patch Kids plan a spring fashion show Feb.
23 at 7 p.m. at Walden Lake Golf & Country
Club, 2001 Clubhouse Drive. Proceeds will
benefit Steppin' Stone Farm for Girls.
Information: 719-6103, or stop by My
Girlfriend's Place, 301 S. Collins St., or Berry
Patch Kids, 201 S. Collins St.

Ballroom dance lessons
Ballroom dance lessons for beginners are
offered at Ramada Plantation House, 2011
N. Wheeler St., Mondays from 7 to 8:30
p.m., Cost: $10 per person/per week.
Call: Susan, (863) 604-5060.

Plantation House schedule
The Ramada Plantation House, 2011 N.
Wheeler St., plans the following entertain-
ment schedule in the Red Rose Ballroom:
# Thursday, Fridays and Saturdays: Des-
tiny.
Feb. 24: Rat Pack Too
April 29: Tommy Mara and the Crests.
May 6: The Mystics.
Call: 752-3141.

FRIDAY
Trinity United dinner
Trinity United Methodist Church, 402 W.
English St., plans a chicken 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.

SATURDAY
Arts Council Ball
The Arts Council of Plant City will host
the Arts Council Ball Feb. 25 at 7 p.m. at the
Ramada Plantation House, 211 N. Wheeler
St.
There will be a fine art exhibit, art auc-
tion, raffle and silent auction. There also
will be dining, dancing and entertainment
with proceeds from the event benefiting
the council's scholarship fund. Cost: $50
members; $55 non-members.
Call: Cheryl Worsham, 973-1770, by Feb.
20.

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

South Dakota picnic
The 54th annual South Dakota Picnic is
set for Feb. 26 at 1 p.m. at the Dort Recrea-
tion Center, 301 Dort St. Guests are asked to
bring a covered dish or dessert to share.
Coffee and ice tea will be served.
Call: (863) 646-1131.

Mount Olive Men's Day
Mount Olive Baptist Church, 604 W. Ball
St., will celebrate its annual Men's Day Feb.
26. Speakers will include Ernest Anderson
at 9 a.m.; the Rev. Willie J. Graham of Bethel
Baptist Church at 11 a.m.; and the Rev. E.L.
Wiseman, pastor of Bethel, at 3:30 p.m.
Call: 754-3834.

School open house
St. Paul Lutheran School, 4450 Harden
Blvd., will host an open house for
prospective families Feb. 26 from 2 to 4
p.m. The school serves students from pre-K
through eighthl grade.
Call: (863) 644-7710.

Gospel band performance
The CrossPoint bluegrass gospel band
from Shelbyville, Tenn., will minister in
music and song Feb. 26 at the 6:30 p.m.
service at Sydney Baptist Church, 1510 Cre
Road in Dover. Call: 659-1559.


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Calling budding artists
Aspiring artists who want to have their work displayed at the Florida Strawberry
Festival still have time. Entries will be accepted from noon to 6 p.m. Feb. 27 in the
New Expo Building on the festival grounds, 2202 W. Reynolds St. Above, John Briggs,
a judge at last year's show, with the Best of Show winner, a painting by Craig Todd.
Entries will be judged and on display in the annual art show at the Strawberry
Festival. The show is sponsored each year by the East Hillsborough Art Guild. Entry
forms can be obtained at the Strawberry Festival, on the Internet at http://
www.flstrawberryfestival.com or at the door on entry day. Call Karen Crumley, 627-
1303, or Eleanore McDade, 752-9660, for more information.


Veggie Tales premiere
KidZ Rock at the Church on the Rock, 301
E. Alsobrook St., will present the Veggie
Tales video "Sheerluck Holmes and the
Golden Ruler" for children in grades kin-
dergarten through five Feb. 26 at 6 p.m.
Free admission and popcorn. Call: 752-
3740.

TUESDAY
Nora Green honored
Nora Green, who has worked for Hills-
borough County public schools for 36
years, will be honored at a retirement cele-
bration Feb. 28 at 3 p.m. at Pinecrest Ele-
mentary, 7950 Lithia-Pinecrest Road.
Former colleagues and students may con-
tact Beth York at Pinecrest, 744-8164.

WEDNESDAY
Ash Wednesday services
Hope Lutheran Church, 2001 N. Park
Road, plans Ash Wednesday services March
1 at 4:30 and 7 p.m. A free fellowship meal is
also planned at 5:30 p.m. Call: 752-4622.

PLAN AHEAD
Friday night gospel concert
Mount Zion Assembly of God, 3005 Tho-
notosassa Road, will host a gospel sing fea-
turing The Sullivan Family from Alabama
and guitarist Richard Kiser March 3 at 7
p.m. A free-will offering will be taken.

Train show and swap meet
The 16th annual Train Show and Swap
Meet, sponsored by the H.B. Plant Railroad


Historical Society, is set for March 4 at
Hillsborough Community College's John R.
Trinkle Center, 1206 N. Park Road.
Admission: $5. Children younger than 17
free with paid adult admission. Call: 412-
3090.

Fish fry
Cedar Grove Baptist Church, 8201 Cedar
Grove Church Road, will host a fish fry
March 4 at 5:30 p.m.
The menu will include fried grouper,
grits, coleslaw, baked beans, hush puppies,
dessert and drink for a $6 donation.
Call: 737-1234.

Friendship, fine tea luncheon
The Plant City Christian Women's Club
plans a "Friendship & Fine Tea" luncheon
March 7 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Walden
Lake Golf & Country Club, 2001 Clubhouse
Drive.
Cost: $12. RSVP: 759-1708, by March 2.

Learning center registration
First Baptist Learning Center and Pre-
school will be registering 2-, 3- and 4-year-
olds for the 2006-07 school year March 8
from 9 to 11 a.m. in the center's office at
Baker and Collins streets. Call: 754-1773.

Evening golf tournament
The Plant City Lancers soccer team plans
a night golf tournament March 10. The two-
man scramble, which will include a putting
contest, will have a 3:30 p.m. shotgun start
with nine holes during the day and nine at
night. Cost: $55 per person including cart,
dinner and prizes. Call: Chris, 299-2449.


CLUB CLIPS

Turkey Creek Class of 1955
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1955 meets
the fourth Thursday of the
month at 8:30 a.m. at BuddyF-
reddys, 1401 W. Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd. All class-
mates, teachers and staff
members are encouraged to
attend. Call: 986-1193.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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








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President Bush Must Obey The Law


t was appropriate that the issue of government
domestic spying was raised at the recent funeral of
Mrs. Coretta Scott King. Martin Luther King Jr. and
his family were victims of a vicious domestic spying
program instigated by the federal government.


The parallels with today's
domestic spy program are
almost exact. It was done in the
name of national security. It
was authorized by the presi-
dent, John F. Kennedy, and the
attorney general, Robert
Kennedy, and carried out by
the FBI. There was a war on --
in that case, the Vietnam War
as well as the Cold War. It was
kept secret from the public.
The FBI not only tapped
King's telephones but also
planted bugs in places where
he was staying. One tape,
which allegedly implicated
King in an extramarital affair,
was sent to Mrs. King.
Now think about this. Here is
the federal government secretly
spying on an American citizen
and trying to break up his
family and disrupt the civil-
rights movement. And this was
not done by some right-wing
fanatic, but by two bona fide
liberals, the Kennedy brothers.
The current president says
he has authorized domestic
spying without warrants only
on those connected to terror-
ists, but he refuses to provide
even Congress with enough
information for his claim to be


CHARLEY
REESE
Columnist



verified. As you can see from
the King affair, even people
with good intentions can abuse
government power in the
heated atmosphere of war. We
don't know who is being spied
upon. We would not even know
spying was going on but for a
whistle-blower who tipped off
The New York Times, which sat
on the story for a year before
finding the courage to publish
it.
That every tyrant who ever
lived rationalized his abuse of
power by claiming to be


protecting the people or the
empire or the country is
kindergarten-basic civics. We
should know better at this
point in our history. We are a
nation of laws, not an empire
and not a monarchy. Our
Constitution deliberately
created a weak chief executive.
The president, for example,
is not our commander in chief.
He's the commander in chief of
the armed forces. As far as we
civilians are concerned, he is
just the administrator of laws
passed by Congress. He cannot
make laws. He cannot assume
powers not given to him by the
Constitution or by Congress.
He must obey all the laws just
the same as you and me.
A problem for many Ameri-
cans is that they have never
lived in the free republic
created by our forefathers. We
became a war state during
World War II, and the Cold War
was used as an excuse to
maintain a war state and to
expand it. We are spending
more on defense than most of
the rest of the world combined
at a time when the only threats
we face are isolated attacks by
a loosely organized band of
criminals. The government in
Washington has become as
secretive as the old Soviet
Union.
Too many Americans are
willing to let demagoguery
scare them into writing a blank
check to any politician who


claims he will protect them
from the boogeyman. I, for
one, will never surrender this
free republic, no matter how
many enemies, real or imag-
ined, are at the gates. What
would be the point? Our
ancestors fought for freedom
and independence, not for a
dictatorship. You can't be free
if you give the president
unlimited powers to violate
both the laws and the
Constitution.
The tension between a
government of law and a
government of men runs
throughout American history.
What worries me is that while
there seems to be constitu-
encies for every special interest
in the world, there is little or no
constituency for liberty and the
rule of law.
I would like to see all Ameri-
cans send the president a
simple message: "With all due
respect, sir, obey the damned
laws or resign. Both the law
and the Constitution require
warrants for domestic spying.
Get them. Both the law and the
Constitution require that
Congress exercise oversight.
Cooperate with Congress. You
are a public servant, not a God-
anointed ruler of a kingdom."

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


Friends Who Know What 'Rich' Really Means


B ack when I was a student at Stetson University I
was "adopted" by a warm-hearted and generous
couple who lived on the edge of town. Harold
and Rabel Parson possessed the blessed gift of
making people feel welcome. That's priceless when
you're thousands of miles away from home.


We still keep in touch and
they still make me feel
welcome. So last week, when I
had business at the university, I
stayed the night.
We shared stories, bragged
about our children and embel-
lished memories. The place still
looks the same, still feels the
same. And my friends, in their
80s now, still exude the familiar
vitality and sense ofjoie de
vivre that has always defined
them.
Not that Harold and Rabel
have cruised through life
unscathed. There have been
challenges, pain, disappoint-
ments and the often harsh
realities of aging. They are,
however, markedly unac-
quainted with defeat. "In all
these things we are more than
conquerors," the apostle Paul
said. That kind of message gets
through loud and clear.
Harold is retired FBI, Rabel a
schoolteacher and church
organist. But they worked hard,
lived carefully and were able to
build a comfortable house on
30 acres of Rabel's old family
farm.


DEREK
MAUL
Columnist

The acreage is intact and
their back porch is one of my
favorite places on earth. The
view hasn't changed much,
Harold keeps a few cows and
the barn I helped him build in
1977 still looks like it did on the
Shedd's Spread Country Crock
commercial filmed there some
time in the 1980s.
Familiarity and history. Love
and nostalgia. Serenity holds
court. Harold's jokes still come
quickly and Rabel's stories still
run down unchartered bunny
trails, taking magical detours.


They both remain active in the
community they love. But
growth has moved south of
town. Large homes on nice lots,
a mall rot too far down the
highway and developers with
hungry eyes.
Out on the porch, contem-
plating the cows, sipping hot
coffee and the watching the
grass grow, Harold finds it all
pretty amusing.
"Someone told me if we sold
this land we could be rich," he
said, chuckling. He considered
the view, taking in the old oak.
trees, the long white fence, the
deep blue sky and the out-
building where his daughter
and her family live. :
He looked at his wife of 60
years, catching the deep
meaning and the undeniable
blessing of their life together in
his gaze. "They say we could be
rich! What could they possibly
be thinking?"
The moment passed, but I
can't get the image out of my
mind. Not so much the lovely
porch, the view or warm coffee
on a cool Florida winter
morning but the picture of
two septuagenarians under-
standing entirely where their
riches truly reside.
We live in a culture where we
are bombarded minute by
minute with a manipulated
interpretation of what it means
to be successful. People like
Harold and Rabel help me keep
things in perspective.


Unfortunately, though, the
promotional campaign is
largely working. Most of us
seem to be buying it hook, line
and sinker. I guess we have to
give the advertising industry
credit for getting the job done,
no matter what the cost. "For
what will it profit a man if he
gains the whole world yet
forfeits his soul?" Matthew 16:
26
Harold and Rabel are good
people with a lot to teach us
about prosperity. People un-
seduced by the false gods we
have erected in a nation slightly
paranoid ironically regard-
ing the God who really counts.
We bend over backwards to
avoid public displays acknow-
ledging God while-broadcasting
to the world our promise of
commitment to Mammon.
"I know what it is to be in
need," Paul wrote, "and I know
what it is to have plenty. I have
learned the secret of being
content in any and every
situation, whether well fed or
hungry, whether living in
plenty or in want." Philippians
4:12
Thanks for the good lesson,
dear friends. You know I'll be
back.

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


GEORGE NEWMAN
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Chances are 3 to I
that you know an HCC grad.


From the fireman who saves your house,


to the photographer
who puts you in pictures,


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to the computer tech who keeps you online,


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And one of the reasons they make a difference in
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8 THE COURIER FEBRUARY 23, 2006


BETTY'S PLACE



Fiorelli Makes Academy's Hall Of Fame


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BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


It doesn't happen every
day. In fact, in the the U.S.
Merchant Marine Academy's
63-year history, only 21 others
share the honor of being
inducted into the group's Hall
of Distinguished Graduates.
On Feb. 16, Plant City
resident Anthony J. Fiorelli
was given the honor and
recognized for outstanding
professional careers in both,
marine- and defense-related
industries, as well as dedi-
cated and long-term support
of the academy. He retired in
October 2005 as national
chairman of the academy's
alumni foundation, capping
off his tenure with completion
of a highly successful $45
million capital campaign.
Anthony and wife, Evelyn,
are 25-year residents of our
fair town. Congratulations.

Love is in the air
More than 80 sweethearts
of all ages showed up for the
Valentine's Day reception at
the Plant City Photo Archives.
Don't get the idea that the
organization is made up of
just a bunch of old photos.
Volunteers Jerry Thomas and
Peter D'Alessio, acting
executive director, have been
working closely with Steve
Smith of Skybeck Production
Services to produce some
pretty exciting video produc-
tions to accompany exhibits.
Oh, all those handsome
Plant City sweethearts, what a
treat to see them on the big
screen. I had no trouble
recognizing many of them-
Bill and Mary Jane Parolini,
John and Sally Verner, Hal
and Lynn Brewer, Malcolm
and Priscilla Tatum, James
and Betty Jones, Mac and
Cookie Smith, Bill and Gwen
Thomas, to name just a few. I
would not have recognized
Tim Martin (with bride,
Becky) had he not been stand-
ing next to me. Just kidding,
Tim. You really haven't
changed much.
The exhibit is a treasury of
about 300 photos of the
people who have made and
continue to make Plant City
so special. The current
exhibit, "The Way They
Were," will be on display until
the end of April. Photos are
also on exhibit at Sunshine
State and Mount Olive
Church. I'm told the archives
will also have a display at the
Florida Strawberry Festival.
The goal is to have a new
exhibit every three months.
The next one, "When We
Were Kids," will feature Plant


BETTY BRIGGS/Photo


Marine Academy


L"wo


Photo courtesy of Plant City Civitan Club
Above, Ann Churchwell, president of Plant City Civitan Club,
presents commendations to Aaron Sullivan, left, and Johnathan
Weaver as Outstanding Students at Plant City and Durant high
schools. Below, Charlotte Walden, left, and Betty Manee joined
around 80 others at the reception.


BETTY BRIGGS/Photo
Above, Judy Martin, left, and Ann Trinkle enjoyed the Valentine's
Day event. Below, The Plant City High School Colorguard
Raiderettes have high hopes for the Florida Federation of
Colorguards Circuit.


City people when they were
ages 6 to 16, between 1885
and 1985.
The archives' annual gala to
honor Robert Trinkle is set for
April 29. Guests will be
entertained by the Imperial
Symphony. For ticket price
and information, call 754-
1578. The group is always
looking for volunteers. You
can call the same number if
interested in helping.

Club names parade marshals
Aaron Sullivan and Johna-
than Weaver will be the 2006
Strawberry Festival Youth


BETTY BRIGGS/Photo
Parade marshals. The Plant
City Civitan Club selected
them as "Outstanding
Students" at Plant City and
Durant high schools. Aaron is
the son of David and Susan
Sullivan and Johnathan is the
son of John and Gina Weaver.
Congratulations to these fine
young men.
Raiderettes ready to go
The Raiderettes, Plant City
High School's color guard, are
busy preparing for the Florida
Federation of Colorguards
Circuit.
The competitions are every
weekend this month. The


team placed third in their
division at the recent Frost-
proof competition.
They have their hearts set
on finishing in the top three
overall, and I'm sure coach
Tammy Castagno and her
instructors, Andy Snow and
* David Rodriguez, and the
girls' families and friends are
cheering them on. The senior
captains are Jennifer Lang-
ston, Danielle Moore and
Tara Palmer.

Southern Star in spotlight
The Southern Star Blue-
grass Band will be performing


oo couitie' otF Planti (r -F igh School

with Danny Beach, Badly Bent
and The Siesta Key Boys at
Turtle Beach on Siesta Key to
benefit the Red Cross Hurri-
cane Relief Fund Feb. 25 from
noon to 4:30 p.m.
Southern Star is scheduled
to perform from 12:15 to 1
p.m. A barbecue pork and
chicken dinner will be
provided. Call Benny Kimsey
at (941) 400-7212.

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FEBRUARY 23, 2006 THE COURIER 11


ANNIVERSARIES

Smith 50th anniversary
Ben and Rachel Smith will
celebrate their 50th wedding
anniversary Feb. 24.
They were married in 1956
in Plant City.
The former Rachel Brown is
a native of Plant City and is
retired from Hillsborough
County Schools. She enjoys
cooking and gardening.
Ben was born in Broxton,
Ga., and came here as a child.
He is the retired owner of
Smitty's Body Shop. He is an
accomplished artist and loves
to play guitar.

ENGAGEMENTS


They are active members of
Trinity United Methodist
Church.
They have a son, Benny of
Plant City; three daughters,
Vicky Lokey of Clearwater,
Cindy Butner of Lithia and
Lori Highsmith of Lakeland;
and five grandchildren.

Scott 60th anniversary
Ron and Shirley Scott cele-
brated their 60th wedding
anniversary Feb. 14 at a party
hosted by their family at their
home.
The couple was married


Feb. 11, 1946, in Royal Oak,
Mich.
The former Shirley L. Crumb


was born in Clawson, Mich.,
and came here in 1982.
Ron was born in Dearborne,
Mich., and came here in 1981.
He worked on the Branch
Ranch.
They have two sons, Ron C.
Jr. of Alpena, Mich., and Bryan
D. of De Witt; two daughters,
Linda Mischley of Clawson,
Mich., and Sharon G. Miller of
Plant City; 17 grandchildren;
and 10 great-grandchildren.

Hicks 50th anniversary
Stuart and Kathy Hicks cele-
brated their 50th wedding


anniversary at a surprise party
hosted by their children last
month in the Magnolia Room
at Hollis Gardens in Lakeland.
Many relatives and friends
attended from Plant City,
including old high school
friends.
The couple were married
Nov. 5, 1955, in Decatur, Ga.
They have four sons, Jeb of
Plant City, Steve and Pat, both
of Lakeland, and Randy of
Merritt Island and three
daughters, Teresa of Seffner,
Debbie of Windermere and
Melissa of Rockledge.


Jesse Allen Gause and Kristin
Nicole DeVane
DeVane-Gause
Gary and Sherri Peeples of
Plant City announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Kristin Nicole DeVane, to Jesse
Allen Gause. He is the son of
Jack and Vickie Gause.
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of the registered nursing
program at Hillsborough
Community College. She is


employed as a registered
nurse at Lakeland Regional
Medical Center.
The prospective groom
works in management for
Publix.
A May 6 wedding is planned
at Berea Baptist Church.

Chandler-Giles
Ray Giles of Plant City and
Patricia Giles of Tampa anno-
unce the engagement of their
son, Brian Ray Giles of Tampa
to Jennifer Lynn Chandler of
Tampa. She is the daughter of
Lee and Suzanne Chandler of
Plant City.
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of Plant City High School
and is employed by Sharon
Anesthesia.
The prospective groom is a
graduate of Gaither High
School and is employed by


Brian Ray Giles and Jennifer
Lynn Chandler
Premiere Homes of Florida.
A June 10 wedding is
planned.

Thompson-Simmons
Sharon and Billy Winkler of
Plant City announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Leslie Marie Thompson, to
Shad Aaron Simmons. He is
the son of Billy and Carol Sim-


mons of Plant City.
The bride-elect is a 2005
graduate of Hillsborough
Community College.
The prospective groom is a
1999 graduate of Durant High
School.
A June 17 wedding is
planned at a location to be
announced.

Jones-McLeod
The Rev. David and Gene-
vieve Jones of Plant City anno-
unce the engagement of their
daughter, Rebekah Michelle,
to Joseph Nolan McLeod of
Winter Springs. He is the son
of Nolan and Nancy McLeod
of Live Oak.
The bride-elect is a 2001
graduate of Jacksonville Uni-
versity with a bachelor's in
dance. She has worked for
Disney Cruise Lines, Celebrity


Shad Aaron Simmons and
Leslie Marie Thompson
Cruise Lines and is currently
employed by Busch Gardens.
The prospective groom is a
2001 gradate of Palm Beach
Atlantic University, and is cur-
rently pursuing his master's at
the University of Central Flor-
ida.
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planned at 2 p.m. at Turkey
Creek First Baptist Church.


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14 THE COURIER FEBRUARY 23, 2006


BIRTHS

The following births were
reported at Brandon Regional
Hospital:
Nov. 6
A daughter, Sierra Gyorgyi
Kovacs, to Gyorgyi Kovacs of
Plant City.
Nov. 11
A daughter, Hana Marie
Watson, to Heather and
Michael Watson of Plant City.
Nov. 14
A son, Lucius Auralius
Barker, to Lori Barker and
Jamie Bennett of Plant City.
Nov. 13
A son, Caden Preston
Mittan, to Stephanie Graff and
Larry Mittan Jr. of Plant City.
Nov. 17
A son, Riley Allen Arma-
trout, to Lili and Richard
Armatrout of Plant City.
Nov. 18
A son, Dakota Lloyd Martin,
to Kristina and Bobby Martin
of Plant City.
Nov. 20
A son, Garrett Daniel Dixon,
to Terri Thomas and Daniel B.
Dixon Jr. of Plant City.
Nov. 21
A daughter, Sienna Grace
Smith, to Stacee and Todd
Smith of Plant City.
Nov. 22
A son, George Robert Peck,
to Monica and George Peck of
Plant City.
A daughter, Elina Gabrielle
DeLiguori, to Dana and Rick
DeLiguori of Plant City.
Nov. 29
A daughter, Madelynn Del-
ores Farmer, to Stephanie and


John W. Farmer of Plant City.
Nov. 30
A daughter, Trinity Rae Sub-
lett, to Christina and Chris
Sublett of Plant City.
Dec. 1
A son, Thomas Nathaniel
Lembke, to Mashelle and Eric
Lembke of Plant City.
Dec. 6
A daughter, Ela Grace Keel,
to Sarah and Ray Keel of Plant
City.
Dec. 7
A daughter, Anelise Mae
Wyatt, to Dina and Bill Wyatt
of Plant City.
Dec. 14
A son, Ethan Joseph Roman,
to Meghan and Gary Roman of
Plant City.
Jan. 9
A son, Jose Luis Cruz III, to
Norma and Jose Cruz of Plant
City.
Jan. 16
A daughter, Kaylie Nicole
Gunn-Rimes, to Patricia Gunn
and Jay Rimes Jr. of Plant City.
Jan. 24
A daughter, Jaydy Natasha
Ramirez, to Micaela and Fer-
nando Ramirez of Plant City.
Jan. 30
A daughter, Ayva Makenna
Ryan, to Jennifer and James
Ryan of Plant City.
Jan. 31
A daughter, Allison Brooke
Farmer, to Richelle and
Charles Farmer II of Plant
City.
The following births were
reported at South Florida
Baptist Hospital:
Aug. 1
A son, Kagen Christopher
Steele, to Amy Steele and


Christopher Teasley of Dover.
Oct. 20
A daughter, Bernadita
Juavez, to Genovena Santiago
of Plant City.
Oct. 26
A daughter, Jaquelynne
Pina, to Griselda and Fran-
cisco Pina of Plant City.
A daughter, Faith M.
Murray, to Deanna Reynolds
and Eugene W. Murray of
Plant City.
Oct. 28
A son, Taylor -B. Smith, to
Summer L. Merrill and Kevin
W. Smith of Plant City.
Oct. 31
A son, Jayson B. Lloyd, to
Angela Chesebro and Jay Loyd
of Plant City.
Nov. 1
A son, Alden Headley, to
Mandi Phillips and Darrah
Headley of Plant City.
A daughter, Yailiz A. Marti-
nez, to Sharon and Alex Marti-
nez of Plant City.
A son, Joe 0. Olague, to
Melissa and Albert J. Olague of
Plant City.
Nov. 2
A son, Edgar A. Ortiz, to Kry-
stal Woods and Edgar Ortiz of
Plant City.
Nov. 4
A son, Luis M. Coyt Jr., to
Hilda and Luis M. Coyt of
Plant City.
A son, Jamal D. Sheals Jr., to
Martina Ruth and Jamal
Shields of Plant City.
Nov. 7
A son, Peyton F. Eatman, to
Toni and Stephen Eatman of
Plant City.
A son, Owen G. Ramos, to
Janie Villasana and Ramone
Ramos of Plant City.


A daughter, Alexis K. Sas-
nett, to Windy Commande
and John Sasnett of Plant City.
Nov. 8
A daughter, Silvya L. Perez,
to Jessica L. Perez of Plant
City.
Nov. 15
A son, Damien Alexander
Leon, to Hailey Thomas and
William Leon Jr. of Plant City.
Nov. 18
A daughter, Anaizah J. Rod-
riguez, to Elois Y. and Jose
Rodriguez of Plant City.
A son, Eric F. Lozano, to Ana
and Jaime Lozano of Plant
City.
Nov. 19
A son, Tzotzoni S. Burgos, to
Marie Ruiz de Burgos and
Greg Burgos of Plant City.
Nov. 20
A son, Calixto Sarmiento, to
Nereyda and Calixto Sar-
miento of Plant City.
Nov. 21
A son, Tziah R. S. Harvey, to
Mariena Skerrett and Ray-
mond Harvey of Plant City.
Nov. 23
A son, Justin T. Layton, to
Kristin and Thomas Layton of
Plant City.
Nov. 24
A daughter, Alexis M. Caton,
to Jessica and Randall Caton
of Dover.
Nov. 28
A daughter, Stephanie A.
Seitz, to Selynda and Timothy
Seitz of Plant City.
Nov. 29
A daughter, Dejan M. Car-
rato, to Jennifer White and
Jose Carrato of Dover.
Nov. 30
A son, Ta'Kyarion M.
Phillips, to Don Sherri Har-


grett and Henry Phillips of
Plant City.
Dec. 1
A daughter, Morgan E.
Joyner, to Mary and Kevin
Joyner of Plant City.
Dec. 2
A son, Logan A. McCall, to
Amber and Alton McCall of
Plant City.
Dec. 6
A daughter, Megan L.
Combee, to Melinda and
Dennis Combee of Plant City.
Dec. 8
A son, Miguel A. Cardenas,
to Maria D. Rodriguez and
Rolando Cardenas of Dover.
Dec. 9
A son, Omarha B. Ali Jihad,
to Cassandra Pyles-Jihad and
Mustafa Jihad of Plant City.
Dec. 12
A daughter, Alexis S. Dixson,
to Peggy Harris and Robert
Dixson of Plant City.
A daughter, Layla R. Dunn,
to Laura Emanuel and Gregory
Dunn of Plant City.
Dec. 14
A son, Chet L. Glass, to Amy
and Chet Glass of Plant City.
Dec. 16
A daughter, Harlee G. Miller,
to Ashley and John Miller of
Plant City.
Dec. 19
A daughter, Francis M.
Fultz, to Penny and Frankie
Fultz of Plant City.
A daughter, Natalie Rose
Whitman, to Joanna and Troy
Whitman of Plant City.
Dec. 23
A daughter, Jaylene I.
Ocanas, to Estrella M. and Jose
A. Ocanas Jr. of Plant City.
A daughter, Nevaeh Leanne
See BIRTHS, Page 15


NEWS TIP?

Call The Courier at 865-4430


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In association with

The Plant City Republican Women's Club
Will be hosting a


Republican Candidates'


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Gendidates:
State Rep. Joe Negron, Former Gongressman Bill McCollum,
State Rep. Everette Rice zand Stare Sen. Bert Saunders.



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BIRTHS
Continued From Page 14
Doniaz, to Jessica Vasquez
and Martin Doniaz Jr. of Plant
City.
Jan. 3
A daughter, Jasmin Melen-
dez, to Esperauza and Esequiel
Melendez of Plant City.
Jan. 4
A son, Amari Da'shon
Williams, to Tiffinie Williams
of Plant City.
A daughter, Madeline B.
Watson, to Lori and Jeffrey
Watson of Plant City.
A daughter, Lyndie M.
Arango, to Andrea Bliss and
Rick Arango of Plant City.
Jan. 5
A son, BraylonArnez Day, to
Quashala Raines and Sterling
Day of Plant City.
Jan. 9
A daughter, Hope E. Connie
Cate, to Danielle and Nathan
Cate of Plant City.
Jan. 10
A daughter, Emily B. Beni-
tez, to Amber and Jake Benitez
of Plant City.
Jan. 11
A daughter, Madison H.
Houseworth, to Melanie and
Frank Houseworth of Plant
City.
Jan. 12
A daughter, Brylynn Van
Stronder, to Tiffany Laver and
Bryan Van Stronder of Plant
City.
Jan. 19
A son, Sage N. Wooten, to
Rachel and Eric Wooten of
Plant City.
Jan. 22
A daughter, Nevaeh J. Iri-
zarry, to Tanya and David Iri-
zarry of Plant City.
Jan. 23
A daughter, McKell Rae
Jackson, to Angela Farley and
Michael Jackson of Plant City.
Jan. 24
A son, Yah-Shuiah Z. Light,
to Torie and James Light of
Plant City.
A daughter, Skyler B.
Grooms, to Alison Flannery
and Dustin Grooms of Plant
City.
A son, Jesus M. Quintana to
Angie Wojaechowitz and
Manuel Quintana of Dover.
Jan.25
A daughter, Pada Maldo-
nado, to Eva Vela and Leo
Maldonado of Plant City.
A daughter, Casey M.
Martin, to Rachelle Boback
and Rodney Martin of Plant
City.
Jan. 27
A daughter, Briannah K.
Polk, to Erin Phillips and Jason
Polk of Plant City.
A daughter, Elizabeth B.
Hensley, to Josetta Hensley of
Plant City.
Feb. 5
A son, Adrian Alvarez, to
Leticia and Miguel Alvarez of
Plant City.
Feb. 6
A daughter, Allyssa J.
Gordon, to Patricia and James
Gordon of Plant City.
A daughter, Alondra Duque,
to Mariela and Alvaro Duque
of Plant City.

Deadline is Thursday the
week before the item is to
appear in the paper. This
includes club news, calendar
items, church-related items,
business notes, entertain-
ment and school notes.
The Courier
101 N. Wheeler St.
Plant City, FL 33566
Phone 865-4430 FAX 865-4449


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Blood Profiles
March 16,17,18
9am-Noon
Cost: $15
Includes Lipid panel, complete metabolic
profile, complete blood count.
Bone Density Screens
March 16
9am-Noon
Cost: Free
Skin Cancer Screening
*March 17
9am-Noon
Cost: Free
Prostate/PSA Screens
March 18
9am-Noon
Cost: $15
Includes PSA & DRE
Carotid Doppler Ultrasound
March 18
9am-Noon
Cost: $20
Vascular Leg Screening
March 18
9am-Noon
Cost: $20
CT Heart Score
Detects plaque in arteries, a risk factor
for heart disease.
March 18
9am-Noon
Cost: $100 (Regularly $300)
Appointments required.
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Free Blood Pressure Checks
Every Tuesday
1-2pm
Cost: Free
Hospital Main Lobby
No appointments necessary

Cholesterol Screenings
TC/HDL/Glucose
4th Tuesday of every month
1-3pm
No appointment necessary
Cost: $15 (no fasting required)

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

Bereaved Parents
Support Group
Bereaved Parents of the USA will host
a support group meeting. There will
be times for mothers and fathers to
share together and separately.
4th Thursday of the month at 7pm
Community Conference Room
Call: Beth Tancredo at (813) 362-6577
or Anita Pippin at (813) 363-6972 for
this class only.


- 5 Life Support for
He-athcare Providers-
Must register to attend.
April 1 s9am-lpm; New Certification Only
Community Conference Room
Cost: $30.00 (includes book and card)
Pre-Paa ment required





Chi dbirth Preparation
Program
This six-week course prepares you and
your partner for all phases of labor and
delivery. It covers emotional issues,
relaxation and breathing exercises, and
feeding and caring for your new baby.
The sixth class contains information
previously given out during our Baby
Care Classes. Classes are held once a
week on Tuesday.
(Maximum 8 couples)
Adninistration Conference Room
Ma ch 6-April 10
7-9; m
Cost: Free
Must register to attend.

I & Child Car
ty Check
Four out of five car seats are installed
incorrectly. Is yours one of them?
Come find out.
By appointment only
Friday only
Community Health Resource Center
Hospital Main Lobby


* Some dates may have changed. Please double-check the date of the screening you wish to attend.

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





16 THE COURIER FEBRUARY 23, 2006


INSIDE THE CITIZENS' POLICE ACADEMY WEEK 4




Cadets GetFired Up At Training


It's been one of the most
exciting segments of the
Citizens' Police Academy yet -
and the most explosive.
Those of you who have
followed The Courier's series
on the academy might think
the most exciting week was
the mock burglary in progress
that resulted in a shoot-out
between cadets and the bad
guys, or the suspicious person
call assigned to Cadet Chris
Sparkman when he jokingly
roughed up a Plant City police
officer disguised as a drug
dealer in what was suppose to
be a "make believe" exercise,
or the call to a domestic
violence scene when cadet,
"Big Eddie" Richter was
"beaten" and then "shot" by a
frail, 93-pound woman.
By now we all know Vice
President Dick "Duck!"
Cheney accidentally blasted a
hunting companion with
birdshot during a Texas quail
hunt. It turned into one of
those "everyone's a wise guy"
days. Quipping at the vice
president's expense was like
shooting fish, or quail oh,
never mind.
The \ice president could
have taken a lesson from the
icjdemv program. Oui neckk
four training included [he use
oi weapons and firt-,i nms
raining .
The firearms training
program w\ i'aught bv Plant
C(t Police Chiet Bill NMcDa-
niel. He is a FBI and state of
Florida qualified shooter and
an expert on firearms and
firearm safety. McDaniel
believes that gun safety
begins with the individual and
his or her knowledge and
respect for firearms.
The training room was


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JERRY
LOFSTROM
Columnist

filled with guns, and McDa-
niel introduced each one of
them as if it were next of kin.
The distinction between a
pistol and revolver, the
difference between a single-
action and a double-action
revolver, how semi-automatic
weapons use part of the
energy produced by burning
cartridge power to remove
the used cartridge and load a
new cartridge, so the pistol
will be ready for the next shot.
McDaniel taught us about
ammunition, safety, marks-
manship, combat shooting,
methods of reloading, the use
of deadly force and the moral
aspect of the use of deadly
force.
After safety training, cadets
were taken to the firing range
where we got ready. we aimed
and wefired live rounds from
pistols, revolvers and.
machine guns.
It \\a- an awesome experi-
ence.
State-of-the-art is the only
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facility. In addition to four 65-
foot lanes, the 2,100-square-
foot shooting facility has a


JERRY LOFSTROM/Photo
Lou Baird, a member of the Plant City Police Department's Citizens' Police Academy, practices
with a Heckler & Kock MP5 sub-machine gun on the firing range with shooting range instructor
Mark Pfister.


computerized monorail target catch wayward bullets.


system, range master control
station, observation area,
storage room for ammo,
targets and maintenance
supplies.
This is where officer s of the
Plant City Police D epa rtment
practice and qualify\ on a
regular ba.is to stay proficient
with their duty 'i capon-,.
Tlie range is IonstructLd of.
.poured and pre-cast concrete,
with poured concrete walls to
ensure ballistic security and
noise reduction. Shooting
stalls are separated by bullet-
resistant dividers and below
the ceiling are baffles made of
rubberized material and
poured concrete designed to


Down range, bullets are
caught in an 8-foot-deep pile
of shredded rubber. The
sloped wall of shredded car
tires is backed by a steel bullet
trap that collects the rounds
of ammunition. The trap is
pulled after 5i'(.,00,O rounds
and lead is extracted to
putr,\ viai[ Ln_ t t i in.
./, Remember "The Andy
"Griffith Show" and Deputy
Barney Fife, the self-impor-
tant romantic who dreamed
of the day he could use the
one bullet Andy had issued to
him?
If only it could be that
simple.


To enroll in the fail session
of the Citizens' Police Aca-
demy, call the Plant City
Police Department at 757-
9200 or e-mail
police-'.'plantiL itgot\.comn. The
aL ad-m cons its o. ix
coinsecuti\ L Tue-d.ay. and .
Thursd,', night classes aftfir
department. ,241 2 Williamette
Drive. Classe are limited to
-21 Aill cia.-eiujre free.

Plant City businessman Jerry
Lofstromni centlh signed up for
.the six-week Citizens' Police
Academy. This is the fourth oj
six reports about what he is
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Above, Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist Church, 911 E. Warren St., hosted a celebration of Black History Month with
songs, skits and poems Feb. 19. Above, the church choir set the stage for the young performers with a song. The event
was sponsored by the Junior Elite Women's Club. The event was presented by The Tribe of Judah, a Plant City group.
Left, Marion Hicks reads a poem at the church.


Above, Wachovia Sherman read "You can be like Martin" at the event. The poem, by Mildred D.
Johnson, is a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Above right, a skit about a mother awaiting the
arrival of her son "A Woman's Work is Never Done" by Latrinati DeSue, the second runner up
in the 2006 Jr. Miss Plant City pageant, was well received by the audience. At right, Arsana
Wiggins, the queen of the 2006 Jr. Miss Plant City pageant, took center stage as a mime. Below,
Alexis Gettins, the first runner up in the 2006 Jr. Miss Plant City pageant, performed a song for
the congregation.


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Festival officials are encourag-
ing 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 categories 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.


School seeks sponsors
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.
The goal is to raise $15,000.
The school is asking area
businesses to make a donation
that will offset the cost of
prizes for the students.
Call: 757-9433.


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Roger D. "R.J." Green, 24, of
Plant City died Feb. 3.
He was born in Lakeland
and was a lifelong resident of
Plant City.
He was an electrician.
He is survived by his par-
ents, Roger and Gricilla of
Plant City; a brother, Shan-
non; two sisters, Janiese Gar-
rett and Angel Ormsbee; and
his grandmother, Betty
Demere.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Smith
Katherine M. Smith, 85, of
Lakeland died Feb. 4.
She was born in Huntington
County, Ind., and moved to
Lakeland from Indiana in
1966.
She was a homemaker and
attended St. Clement Catholic
Church in Plant City.
She is survived by a two
sons, Mickey Fitzpatrick and
David A. Fitzpatrick; a
daughter, Cynthia L. Fitzpat-
rick-Harris; a brother, James
Karst; six grandchildren; and
three great-grandchildren.
Lanier Funeral Home, Lake-
land.
Wheeldon
Phyllis D. Wheeldon, 77, of
Plant City died Feb. 6.
She was born in Taylor
Creek, Ohio, and was a hair
designer.
She attended Sydney First
Church of God.
She is survived by her
husband, Clarence; and a
brother, Robert Darling of
Santa Rosa, Calif.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Paul
Sylvia J. Paul, 62, of Plant
qity died Feb. 6.
She was a lifelong resident
of Plant City and a building
superintendent.
She is survived by her
husband, Ronald; two sons,
Rodney of Largo and Wayne of
Plant City; her mother, Wilma
Watts of Lakeland; a brother,
Philip Watts of Woodville; a
sister, Helen Fisher of Lake-
land; and three grandchil-
dren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Sutorus
Beatrice V. Sutorus, 63, of
Plant City died Feb. 8.
She was a lifelong resident


of Plant City and attended
Northside Baptist Church.
She is survived by her
husband, Raymond M.; a son,
Terry of Plant City; a daughter,
Tammy Scaplen of Zeph-
yrhills; a brother, Arnold Vitelli
Jr. of Plant City; two sisters,
Clorinda Franklin of Springhill
and Carmen of Lakeland; and
three granddaughters.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.
Farmer
Charles H. Farmer Sr., 51, of
Plant City died Feb. 8.
He was born in Macon, Ga.,
and was a longtime resident of
Plant City.
He was owner of Mid Flor-
ida Fence and Feed Inc. for 10
years, and a cable splicer for
GTE for 15 years.
He served as a Plant City
FFA alumni member for Kath-
leen and Lake Gibson high
schools.
He was recipient of the Flor-
ida Citrus Festival Billy Harter
Memorial Trophy for support-
ing children and the FFA.
He was a member of
Midway Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife,
Patricia; two sons, Charles H.
II and John W., both of Plant
City; a daughter, Cindy Rob-
erts of Lakeland; his father,
John C. and stepmother Jea-
nette; his mother, Sara; a
brother, Wayne of Dalton, Ga.;
four sisters, Cindy of Dalton
and Theresa Harvill, Beverly
Wethers and Michelle, all of
Plant City; and seven grand-
children.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Mack
Catherine C. Mack, 91, of
Lakeland died Feb. 9.
She was born in Glasgow,
Scotland, and was a home-
maker.
She was a member of First
Presbyterian Church, the
Lakeland Garden Club and
Florida Southern College Fac-
ulty Wives Club.
She is survived by a
daughter, Karen Hartman of
Lakeland; a brother, John
Duncan of Lakeland; a sister-
in-law, Ruby Mack of Plant
City; two grandchildren; and
two great-grandchildren.


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Photo courtesy of the Plant City Bar Association

Bar group makes donation
Members of the Plant City Bar Association donated
children's toys, books and furniture Feb. 1 outside the
Domestic Violence Signing Room at the Plant City Court-
house. Pictured are, from left, Nancy G. Penner, attorney
with Bay Area Legal Services; H. Bogan Stitizel, son of bar
member V. Prostko; Steven L. Sparkman, attorney and
treasurer of the Plant City Bar Association; Veronica S.
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Venning, Judy Neumann and John McAllister. Plant City
raised $618 towards the total of more than $5,600 for the
Florida Lions Camp, with Lion Judy Neumann raising
enough to tie for second for most funds raised by an
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IN THE SPIRIT

The Rev. Joseph A. Bowles Shiloh Baptist Church


The Rev. Joseph A. Bowles
has been pastor of Shiloh
Baptist Church, 905 W.
Terrace Drive, since 1978. In
the ensuing 28 years, the
congregation has grown from
a quiet country chapel into a
bustling community with
more than 500 members.
Bowles, however, remains
humble and laid-back.

Q: Where were you born
and raised?
A: I was born in Lebanon,
Ind., but my parents got tired
of the snow and we moved
here when I was 2. My dad
started Plant City Cabinet
Shop. I was baptized, married,
licensed and ordained right
here at Shiloh.

Q: How about school?
A: I went to Bryan Elemen-
tary, Tomlin Middle, then
Plant City High. I graduated in
1970. I went to USF for my
bachelor's degree then earned
my master's of divinity from
New Orleans Baptist Semi-
nary in 1998.

Q: Have you always been a
preacher?
A: Almost! I taught at Gulf
High in New Port Richey then
did social work here in Plant
City. I've been the pastor at
Shiloh for 28 years.


Q: I understand girls run in
your family?
A: We have four of them.
Brittany is 24, Lindsay is 19,
the twins Bailey and Kelsey -
are both 17. I have no male
relatives. Then one day I
prayed the "Prayer of Jabez."
Evan, my, son, is 12, his name
means, "Jehovah has
blessed."

Q: Talk about your wife.
A: Susan (Wall) is a person
of integrity. She's the most
honest person I know. She has
been a great blessing. She
works in the office, off and on
between babies, and I get to
see her a lot.

Q: What do you like about
the Strawberry Festival?
A: I like the food. We just
kind of eat ourselves into a
coma every time we go. They
have to wheel us out; we like
to try everything. I love to take
the kids, and it's a place you
get to see everybody. It's the
same with Wal-Mart. If I want
to do my church visitation, I
hang around Wal-Mart.

Q: Do you have a favorite
hymn?
A: I like about all of them. I
listen to praise songs all the
time. I really like "Breathe."
When I was growing up it was
"Standing on the Promises." If


it's good music, I like it.

Q: How about TV?
A: I watch sports and I
enjoy "Law & Order." I like
"The Biggest Loser," Court TV
and "American Idol." I'm not
so sure about most "Christian
programming." Sometimes I
wonder if Jesus watched, what
would he think of it.

Q: Do you enjoy movies?
A: You won't believe this,
but my favorite movie is "The
Sound of Music." I've proba-
bly watched it 200 times.

Q: Do you have a favorite
Christian author?
A: I'm reading all the time. I
like Dr. Joseph Stowell, recent
president of Moody Bible
Institute. He's a very intelli-
gent author, he makes me
think. I like somebody who
pushes me outside of my
normal realm of thinking. I
like Randy Alcorn, "The
Treasure Principal." He's also
written a book called
"Heaven" that I'm currently
reading.
Q: What do you do for fun?
A: I coach my son in Little
League. Evan is a much better
player than I ever was.

Q: Why do you love Plant
City?


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next month. "I like the food. We just kind of eat ourselves into a
coma every time we go."


A: There's a lot of reasons.
The truth is I think we love
that which is familiar. I love
everybody, going to the store,
it's like seeing family. I'm at
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Former Movie House Now Auto Memorabilia Store

TAYLORS BOUGHT
BUILDING FOR
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kbrady@mediageneral.com _t
Dormant for two decades, a
downtown landmark is i
making a comeback as an ;
automobile memorabilia
store.age .
The former movie theater at ..
111 W. J. Arden Mays Blvd. Rqj4'
was built in 1938 and opened i
in 1939. It closed in 1956. A
jewelry store later took over
the property, but closed in the
1980s. It was vacant until Fern .
and Cecil Taylor bought the
3,464-square-foot building in
April 2004 for $100,000, _i
according to county tax
records.
"We had been looking for a
building like this one for 30
years," said Fern Taylor. "We
travel a lot and were always
hunting (for a building). We
had always kept our eye onTEC
this building when we came
to car shows here in Plant
City. So when it came on the.
market, we bought it."
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clock under the distinctive
neon sign last year and have
been working on restoring the
interior of the building ever
since.
"All the hard work has been
worth it," said Fern Taylor.
"It's my husband's life
dream."
KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
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Continued From Page 24
The couple's next project
will be building an apartment
above the theater lobby where
they plan to live. Then it's on
to the biggest job refurbish-
ing the large auditorium were
audiences once watched
movies.
"Right now it looks like a
bomb went off in there," said
Cecil Taylor. "But that's the
way the lobby looked three
months ago."
The lobby, now home to a
collection of auto-related
memorabilia, has new walls, a
new ceiling, ornate doors and
plush carpeting.
There is no fee to view the
memorabilia, the majority of
which is for sale.
Once finished, the audito-


rium will house the bulk of the
couple's collection of automo-
bile and Americana memora-
bilia. A brick pathway down
the center of the room, glass
shelves and model buildings
will, they hope, give the audi-
torium a larger-than-life feel.
"I want people to feel like
they could pull up in here (at a
replica gas station) and get
gas," said Cecil Taylor.
The display will include
new reproductions, as well as
some antique items.
"That's why we named it
the State Theatre Emporium,
because it has a little of the old
and new; a little bit of every-
thing," Fern Taylor said.
The auditorium is expected
to be complete in about 18
months.
"That building sat idle for a
couple of times and you some-
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ROBERT CONE/Staff photos
Right, Durant High School's Adam Doback lifts Allen Held of South Broward in
the final of the 140-pound weight division at the state championships in Lake-
land Feb. 18. Doback (42-3) would hold on to beat Held 9-2 and earn the first
Cougar state wrestling title in school history. Above, Doback stares down his
quarterfinal opponent, Joe Lattimore of Orlando Edgewater High. Doback
overpowered Lattimore to win 6-1 and advance to the semifinals.




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1ST STATE CHAMPION,
COUGARS FINISHED 9TH
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Durant High School's wrestling
team may not have finished as high as
it wanted in the standings at the state
championships, but one Cougar now
stands alone in the school record
books: Adam Doback, first state
champion.
A senior, Doback went into the state
finals in Lakeland with an impressive
38-3 record, and his state title helped
the Cougars place ninth overall with
58.5 points at the Feb. 16-18 event.
Oviedo, with 131 points, won the Class
3A team title. But the story for Durant
lies in the heart and smile of Doback.
Wrestling in the 140-pound weight
classification, Doback had not faced
any of his four state opponents during
the course of the season, and had only
even seen two of them. South Broward
sophomore Allen Held, whom Doback


met in the final, was not in that latter
group, but Doback managed to get a
read on him during the preliminary
rounds.
"I just wanted to make him wrestle
my style, slow the pace down. I kept it
exactly how I wanted it to go," said
Doback.
Held came in with a 41-1 record
after narrowly earning a 2-1 decision
in his semifinal match.
In the final Saturday night, neither
wrestler scored in the first period, then
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earned two points with a move early in
the third period, but Doback answered
and eventually took the decision 9-2.
Standing atop the medals podium as
his school's first-ever wrestling champ,
Doback said: "I could not stop smiling.
I tried to be cool, act like it wasn't that
big of a deal, but I couldn't hide it."
Getting to the finals was a relative
breeze. On Thursday, Doback went up
against John Lopez from Varela High
in Miami and scored a technical fall
just as the match was nearing its con-
clusion. In his second-round match


Friday against Orlando Edgewater's
Joe Lattimore, Doback scored a 6-1
decision.
"I had seen him one time this year;
he's very fast and strong, so I just
slowed him down," Doback said.
Friday night, Doback went up
against Tyler Davis from Oviedo.
Durant met Oviedo in a tournament in
Texas in January, but Davis was wres-
tling in the 145-weight class. Doback
again won the Davis match by a 6-1
score.
Surprisingly, Doback said he felt no
nerves before the final.
"For some reason, I don't know how
or why, I was confident. I guess I've
dreamed about this for so long, I was
just ready," he said.
Doback was given a hero's welcome
back at school on Monday. An
assembly was held in the school court-


yard after first period with the entire
student body in attendance.
"It was pretty crazy. They stood me
up on top of a pillar," Doback said. "I
was kind of embarrassed ... but was
pretty cool at the same time."
. Durant head coach Dennis Kitko
was glad to finally get his first
champion.
"It took me seven years to get to this
place," said Kitko, a three-time state
champion for Brandon in his wrestling
days. "It makes a sweet finish to a long
season."
Other place winners for Durant were
Tommy Bennett (103), who finished
third, and Tim Burdine (135), who fin-
ished fourth.
Bloomingdale and Riverview, the
other county schools in the same dis-
trict as Durant, came in 12th and 38th
overall in the team standings.


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Above left, Durant junior Tommy Bennett grapples with South Dade freshman Miguel Rios in the opening round at 103 pounds. Bennett won 5-2, and in the next
round Bennett pinned Phat Tran of Edgewater to reach the semifinals. Bennett lost by pin to eventual state champion Eric Chandler of Miami Braddock, but he
responded by winning his final two matches to claim the third-place medal and finish the season at 40-4. Above right, wrestling at 135 poun ds, Tim Burdine tries to
free his arms from the grasp of Orlando Olympia's Wes Mallinger in the opening round of the state championships. Burdine narrowly beat Mallinger, 3-2, and easily
got past Southwest Miami's Mick Arteaga, 18-2, to reach the semifinals. Burdine fell to Gabe Hale of Royal Palm Beach, 7-3, while Bloomingdale's Ryan Nye then beat
Hale, 8-5, to win the state title. A senior, Burdine finished in fourth place for Durant.





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Softball, Baseball Teams


Off To Undefeated Starts


COUGAR GIRLS WIN
WILD 15-INNING GAME
AGAINST RAIDERS
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Usually on the Saturday
morning after a Friday game,
Durant softball coach Missy
Hernandez has her team get
together at around 9 a.m. But
there was nothing usual about
what happened last weekend.
Durant fell behind rival
Plant City 6-0 Friday, a deficit
that seemed insurmountable
considering the Raiders' dom-
inance in their first few games.
But the Cougars answered
back, only to have Plant City
do the same in the bottom of
the seventh to force extra
innings.
Eight innings later, the game
was finally decided. Durant
won the wild 15-inning affair,
15-10.
"I let them come to the bus
at 10 Saturday," Hernandez
said. "We had two 13-innings
games last season and lost
them both. Our record in extra
innings was not good, so to
have a start like this is all
right."
After the four-hour win at
Plant City, which ended a little
after 11 p.m., the Cougars' bus
made it home right before
midnight.
Then it was more extra
innings against yet another
unbeaten club. Durant beat
Plant, 8-6, in a mere nine
innings Saturday afternoon.
Brittney Crabb decided to
lead the game off right, slug-
ging a home run over the fence
at Plant as the Cougars took a
3-0 lead. Plant rallied with five
runs in the bottom of the
second, only to see the Cou-
gars tie it with three more in
the fifth. Durant scored twice
in the top of the ninth to win
it.
Along with her homer,
Crabb entered the game to
pitch in the first inning and
went the rest of the way. Ironi-
cally, Crabb started the game
the previous night but was
chased early on. The. Raiders
jumped out to the 6-0 lead, but
Durant responded immedi-


ately with four runs in the
fourth.
"That was the big key," Her-
nandez said. "It was a crazy
game, and I thinkboth coaches
would admit it was sloppy, but
we were getting tired."
Durant scored seven runs'as
the Raiders began to make
errors in the 15th inning. The
Raiders started off the bottom
of the 15th with two runs and
then loaded the bases, but
Durant was able to end the
threat.
Through their first four
games, all wins, the Cougars
had four batters above the .400
mark led by Cari Curfman at
.474. Senior Cassie Ellington
was leading the team with
eight RBI and also hitting .438.
Next week, Ellington is
going to follow in the footsteps
of Durant all-around athlete
Chip Bowden and commit to
an.athletic scholarship at the
U.S. Military Academy at West
Point.
Meanwhile, the Cougar
baseball team was off to a
much less eventful at least in
the scoreboard drama depart-
ment undefeated start.
Texas signee Carmine Giar-
dina has had massive turnouts
for his games, not just from
supporters but from pro
scouts as well.
"I get a lot of calls from
scouts, wanting to know when
he's pitching next," said
Durant head coach Ron
Fussell. Giardina indeed will
get the call at Riverview on
Friday night.
The rest of the Cougar
pitching staff has been pretty
strong. In fact, Fussell said
that Tony Garcia has been the
team's best pitcher so far.
He struck out 11 last Tues-
day in a win over East Bay. "He
was in total command. I think
they hit two balls hard against
him all night long," Fussell
said.
Giardina followed that with
a two-hitter against Lakeland
as the Cougars won 7-1 Friday,
and on Saturday Trent Davis
was solid in a 5-3 victory at
Plant.
Through the 3-0 start, Giar-
dina was 6-of-9 at the plate,
Dennis Hicks was 4-for-10
and Jeff Wright was 3-for-6.
The Cougars were scheduled
to play Plant City on Tuesday.


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Plant City finishes 2nd
In its first season, the Plant City Baseball Club under-13 team recently finished second in the
President's Day Tournament in Clearwater. Coached by Ken Smith, John Nizamoff, Dennis
Packanik and Edgar Molina, team members are Cody Akers, Tyler Packanik, Kshawn Smith,
Rene Negrete, Brett Nizamoff, Tyler Blair, Connor Powers, AJ. DelValle, Cole Rector, Brett
Nizamoff, Omar Molina, Travis Cannoles and Jay Carroll.




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YOUTH BASKETBALL
PLAYOFFS UNDER WAY
Staff Report
Aliyah Gregory scored 11
points Saturday as the Griz-
zlies upended the previously
undefeated Bulls, advancing
to Cadet League semifinals in
Plant City Recreation & Parks
Department/Optimist Youth
basketball playoff action.
The Bulls entered the game
8-0, but the Grizzlies were 7-1,
with their only loss coming to
the Bulls two weeks prior by a
narrow 20-19 score. Both the
Grizzlies and Hornets finished
the regular season at 6-1, tied
for second place in the
National Division of the Cadet
League (8-10 year olds). The
Grizzlies will play the Hornets
tonight at 7:45 for a spot in the
Cadet final at the YMCA gym.
Dustin Lawson scored 14
points and Landon Galloway
had 10 Saturday as the Horn-
ets beat the Bears, 30-23, in
another quarterfinal
matchup.
. In the other half of the Cadet
bracket, comprised of the
eight teams from the Ameri-


can Division, the Colts are a
perfect 9-0 and take on the
Trailblazers tonight in a
semifinal. P.J. Almon poured
in 23 points and Nicholas
Ferro added 14 as the Colts
knocked out the Spurs, 45-26
(Hunter Shuff scored 11 for
the Spurs); and the Trailblaz-
ers were able to knock off the
7-1 Knicks by a 27-26 score. In
the first round, DeAndre
Wooden had 23 points in a 38-
27 win over the Eagles for the
Knicks.
While the Cadet League
tourney got under way Feb.
11, the Senior League (14-16)
and Girls League (11-14) got
under way on Tuesday.
The Nuggets finished the
Senior League regular season
at 8-0 while the Cavs wrapped
up at 7-1, beating the third-
place Rockets, 60-57, recently.
Both the Nuggets and Cavs
got a bye into Friday's semifi-
nals at Marshall, where the
winners will move on to next
Tuesday's championship
game.
Capped by a pair of victories
last week, 39-27 over the Jazz
then 22-16 against the Liberty,
the Comets finished the
regular season unbeaten (9-0)


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in the Girls League. The Girls
semifinals are tonight, with
the championship game
Monday night; the Cadet final
will precede it at 6:30 p.m.
Split between Tomlin and
Marshall, the Junior Boys
tourney got started last week.
In the top half of the bracket,
featuring the American Divi-
sion teams, the Pacers and
76'ers both received byes into
tonight's quarterfinal round.
Those teams finished tied
atop the division with 7-1
records, but the Pacers won
the regular-season meeting,
38-24. Tonight, the Pacers face
the Clippers, who just got by
fellow 4-4 team the Kings, 30-
29, last Thursday. Tyree Morris
had 12 points for the winners.
The 76'ers will face the Rap-
tors.
The other half of the bracket
features a quarterfinal game
tonight between a pair of 7-2
teams. The Lakers earned a
bye and will play the Coyotes,
who won a nailbiter on Friday,
40-38, against the Jaguars.
Samuel Gamez scored 28
points for the Jags.
The Raiders, who at 7-1 won
the division, received a bye as
well.


Tough weekend for Lancers
The Plant City Lancers, a local travel soccer
team, had a tough weekend at the Presi-
dent's Day Cup tournament at the Otis M.
Andrews Sports Complex in Plant City. The
Lancers drew their first game, 1-1, with
Blackwatch Feb. 18. The Lancers led the
game until the last minute, when Black-
watch, the eventual winners of the tourna-
ment, pulled the score level. The Lancers
also tied with East Lake, 2-2, later the same
day. The team lost its only game the next
day to Valrico, 2-1. Above, the Lancers' Billy
Kladakis (3) closes in on an East lake forward.
The Lancers, have eight teams seven boys
and one girls and will be adding two teams
in the future. The teams are also looking for
coaches. For more information on the team,
call coach Chris Black, 299-2449.


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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, Fl 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-
mediatelythereafter Ifyou
fail to do so, a default may
be entered against ou for
the relief demand in 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
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Supreme Court Approved
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Future papers in this law-
suit will be mailed to the
address on record at the
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Procedure, requires cer-
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BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
CITY OF PLANT CITY,
FLORIDA
IN RE: The Petition of
Kenton Speer, (3305)
Spooner Drive
CASE #BOA-2006-04
Public Notice is hereby giv-
en thatthe Board of Adiust-
ment of the City of Plant
City, Florida, will hold a
public hearing on Tuesday,
February 28, 2006, at 1:30
P.M. at the Nettie Berry
Draughon Municipal Build-
in in the council room au-
ditorium located at 302
West Reynolds Street,
Plant CityFlorida, The pur-
pose of this hearing is to
hear an appeal by petition-
er, Kenton Speer, request-
ing a variance from the
Plant City Code Section
102-1418 (2) (b) (1), to al-
low more than 10 spaces in
a row, without an island
separating them; and Sec-
tion 102-187 (4), to allow
petitioner to build asingle-
amily residential house on
a lot that does not have ac-
cess onto a constructed
and maintained road. The
property is located at
(33050 Spooner Drive, in an
R-l, Single family zoning
district. All persons are ad-
vised that if a person de-
cides to appeal any deci-
sion made by the Board of
Adjustment with respectto
any matterwhich is consid-
ered at such meeting, he
will need a record of the
proceeding, and for such
purpose he may need to en-
sure that averbatim record
of the proceeding is made,
which record includes the
testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to
be based.
Julie Ham Planner
NO:3157 02/23/06


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BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT NOTICE OF SALE
CITY OF PLANT CITY,
FLORIDA In accordance with the
provisions of Florida law,
IN RE: The Petition of there being due and unpaid
AG Armstron Development charges for which the
undersigned is entitled to
CASE #BOA-2006-03 satisfy an owner's lien of
the goods hereinafter
Public Notice is hereby giv- described and stored at
enthatthe Board of Adust- Uncle Bob's Self Storage
ment of the City of Plant located at: 1005 S.
ity, Florida, will hold a Alexander St., Plant City,
public hearing on Tuesday, Florida 33563.
February 28,2006, at 1:30 813-759-9526. And, due
P.M. at the Nettie Berr notice having been given
Draughon Municipal Build- to the owner of said
ing in the council room au- property and all parties
ditorium located at 302 known to claim an interest
West Reynolds Street, therein, and the time
Plant CityFlorida, The pur- specified in such notice for
pose of this hearings to payment of such having
ear an appeal by petition- expired, the goods will be
er, AG Armstrong Develop- soldatpublicauctionatthe
ment, requesting a vari- above stated address to
dance from the Plant City the highest bidder or
Code, Section 102-1418 (2) otherwise disposed of on
(b) (1), to allow more than Wednesday, March 8, 2006
10 spaces in a row, without at 9:30AM.
an island separating them;
and Section 102-1421, to re- SHANDRA BROOKINS:
duce the number of re- Household Goods,
ouired parking spaces for Furniture, Boxes, Tools,
the commerical develop- Appliances, TV's or Stereo
ment. Theproperty is lo- Equipment, Office
cated at (2307) Thonoto- Equipment, Office
sassa Rd, in a C-U, Commu- Machines.
nity Unit zoning district. All
persons are advised that if MONICA JONES:
a person decides to appeal Household Goods,
any decision made by the Furniture, Boxes, TV's or
Board of Adjustment with Stereo Equipment
respect to any matter
which is considered at such MICHELLE DUFFY:
meeting he will need a re- H o u s e h o I d
cordof heproceeding, and Goods,Furniture, Boxes,
for such purpose he may TV's orStereo Equipment
need to ensure that a ver-
batim record of the pro- MICHAEL LANG:
ceeding is made, which re- Household Goods, Boxes,
cord includes the testimo- Tools, TV's or Stereo
ny and evidence upon Equipment
which the appeal is to be
based. Jeffrey Gregory
Manager
Julie Ham Planner Maae
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Public Notice is hereby giv-
en thatthe Board of Adjust-
ment of the City of Plant
City, Florida, will hold a
public hearing onTuesday,
february 28, 2006, at 1:30
P.M. at the Nettie Berry
Draughon Municipal Build-
inn in the council room au-
ditorium located at 302
West Reynolds Street,
Plant Cty Florida, The pur-
pose of ris hearing is to
ear an appeal by pe-ition-
er, Structural Engineering,
representing James Har-
dee Building Products re-
questing a variance rom
the Plant City Code, Sec-
tion 102-1418, to allow peti-
tioner not to have land-
scaped interior islands.
The property is located at
809 S. Woodrow Wilson, in
an M-AP Airport Industrial
zoning district. All person
are a vised that if a person
decides to appeal any deci-
sion made by the Board of
Adjustment with respectto
any matterwhich isconsid-
ered at such meeting, he
will need a record of the
proceeding, and for such
purpose he may need to en-
sure that averbatim record
of the proceeding is made,
which record includes the
testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to
be based.
Julie Ham Planner
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BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
CITY OF PLANT CITY,
FLORIDA
IN RE:The Petition of
Crystal Wolfe
CASE #BOA-2006-01
Public Notice is hereby giv-
enthatthe Board of Adiust-
ment of the City of Plant
City, Florida, will hold a
public hearing on Tuesday,
february 28, 2006, at 1:30
P.M. at the Nettie Berry
Draughon Municipal Build-
ing in the council room au-
ditorium located at 302
West Reynolds Street,
Plant City, Florida, The pur-
pose of this hearing is to
ear an appeal by petition-
er, Crystal Wolfe, request-
ing a variance from the
Plant City Code, Section
102-156, to allow petitioner
expansion of a non-con-
forming building.The prop-
erty is located at 16 N. Lake
Street, in an R-1, Single-
family zoning district. All
persons are advised that if
a person decides to appeal
any decision made by the
Board of Adjustment with
respect to any matter
which is considered atsuch
meeting he will need a re-
cord of he proceeding, and
for such purposehe may
need to ensure that a ver-
batim record of the pro-
ceeding is made, which re-
cord includes the testimo-
ny and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be
based.
Julie Ham Planner
NO:3156 02/23/06
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Country Place 3br/2.5ba Hilsborough Hillsborough
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813-288-0770
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chandise columns!


FEBRUARY 23, 2006 THE COURIER 31


S143 1 Out Of State | 1431 Out Of state


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
$139,990 Monopoly
on rural area. Both
Zoned Commercial.
2 business possible
Pics: 919-693-8984
or email: owner@
newbranch.com
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.

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.
Strike Up the Band!
Check out Classified's
Musical Instruments!
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.
NC MOUNTAINS SALE -
Saturday March 11th
Great retirement, vaca-
tion, or investment
property Prime location.
Call for details & a pri-
vate appointment! Open
7 Days! McKeough Land
Co. 1-866-930-5263
NORTH CAROLI-
NA/GEORGIA IMAGINE!
The Most Spectacular
Views. Lakes, olf mari-
na, Nantabhaa Forest,
Land/ Cabin kit packag-
es $99,900 Limited Avail-
ability. 1-888-389-3504
ext.306
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 CAROLINA AUTO
PARTS STORE Excellent
income- Strong growth
potential, excellent as-
sets. Auto Value Store.
Self storage rental in-
come. Fast Lube.
$685,000. www.chuck-
sautovalue.com.
386-428-4054,
326-566-9673
NORTH CAROLINA Cen-
tral N.C. 200 Acres, with
3/3.5 Cedar/Stone
Home, 5 Acre Lake $2.5
million. Also 6/4.5,
6, 000sqft home on PGA
Golf Course $415,000.
336-273-5551
The Key To SAVINGS Start
Here in Classified!
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 83 gor eous
acres of woodeS and
rolling hills w/stream
and trails. Many excel-
lent building sites. $
179.901). Owner Fnaric-
ing. 740..4s9-9146
STOCKS STILL LOW?
Invest in the booming At-
lanta mkt. Buy invest-
ment properties and sell
within 45 days for a
uick profit. $5K min inv.
25%.return w/n 45 days.
Notan PO
Serious inquiries only
pinnacledevpartners.
comrn 1-866-871-3226
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 vSv 525 toi50 estate
acres from me 539.990.
90 mtilnuii to Nasnville.
Don'l m,: ine surset-i
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 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 MOUNTAIN
LAND New Pre-Develop-
ment Offering Bluffs,
Creek Excellent Proper-
ties 2 Acre Lots Owner
Financing Available
Prices Start At $19,995
JDL Realty 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!
TN WATERFRONT!!! Gat-
ed: Lake Front & View
lots, marina & boat
launch. 1-3 Acre lots
starting @ $32,900.
McKeough Land Com-
any Call:
N-800-301-5263 Chero-
keeLakeWater-
front.com
WESTERN NC
MOUNTAINS North
Carolina Where there is:
Cool Mountain Air,
Views & Streams,
Homes, Cabins &
Acreage. CALL FOR FREE
BROCHURE OF
MOUNTAIN PROPERTY
SALES (800)642-5333.
Realty Of Murphy 317
Peachtree St. Murphy,
N.C. 28906.
www.realtyof
murphy.com
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
Western New Mexico- 20
Acres Starting at
$39,990 Scenic region,
Views, trees, rolling
hills, wildlife. Family
retreat, hunting
property or year round
home. Power, 100%
financing. NALC
(866)365-2825.
The Perfect Recreational
/ Investment Tract 851
Acres in Beautiful South
Georgia Offering
Divided or As a Whole
Contact PeachState at
(866)300-7653 Visit
www.rubuying
realestate.com GAL 2550.
BEAUTIFUL NORTH
CAROLINA. WINTER
SEASON IS HERE! MUST
SEE THE BEAUTIFUL
PEACEFUL MOUNTAINS
OF WESTERN NC
MOUNTAINS. Homes,
Cabins, Acreage &
Investments. Cherokee
Mountain Realty GMAC
Real .Estate, Murphy
www.cherokeemoun
tainrealty.com Call for
Free Brochure
(800)841-5868.
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
lockable, tidal creek
and privacy wooded lots
starting from $59,900
Call (877)929-2837.
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 utilities,
well water, septic
approved. Excellent
financing. By
appointment only. Call
now (800)732-6601 x
1497.
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.
LAND AUCTION 200
Props Must be Soldl Low
Down / E-Z Financing
Free Catalog (800)937-
1603 WWW.LAND
AUCTION.COM
150-170
Manufactured
Homes

1i 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
KNIGHTS GRIFFIN AREA
nice Single Wide,
Mobile Home, 2br/2ba on
private 1 acre $100K
ash. Please Call
813-766-0592
Spot Advertising Works


Deadline is Wednesday,
prior to the publication date.


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SSales Unfurnished


New 1500 sq feet
3 or 4 bed 2 baths
69,500300 (813)971-6953
(813)759-2959 www.
stewarthomesfla.com
Mobile
165 1 Homes With
Property
LEE County, Ft. Myers Mo-
bile Home Park. 35 Park
owned mobile homes,
all rented. A cash busi-
ness not a resort. $2.2
mil 239-872-2958
Just a few left!
1/2 acres
(813)971-6953
(813)759-2959 ww
.stewarthomesfla.com
I 180
Commercial Prop.
Lease

180B Ofc Space
Lease

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
180C Retail
180C Space
PLANT CITY 1000sf, ele-
gant historic dwntwn
bldg old world charm,
Quick access to 14 &Tpa.
$12/sf 813-966-8245

190
Commercial Prop.
Sale

Investment
190J Property
Sale
INVESTMENT LOTS ARE
NOW AVAILABLE! 1/3 to
1 acre waterfront lots in
Isola at pre-construc-
tion prices. Please vist
www.lsolaToday.com
or call (866)676-0099
WEST OF USF AREA 8 unit
complex. 1 3/1 & 7 1/1
units. 143rd Ave. $450K.
Shawn Evans Taylorma-
deProperties, (813)
810-0580
200-249
Rentals

1202 Accom. To
202 Share

PLANT CITY Large home
on beautiful lot, country
living, $150 weekly,
electric & cable fur-
nished. $100 deposit.
813-737-4304/571-2317
1205 Apartments
205 Unfurnished

Avalon Village Apts.
$495/mo. Lg Newly
Remodelled Apts. Gated
comm Pools, md. 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' cellgs, 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-
2round check Required.
13-215-0050.


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
I Furnished
LUTZ, Cheval gated com-
munity 4br/3ba
study/ofrcie, pool
jaccuzzi, water 9 golf
courses view. $3100 mo
Plus utilities & security.
813-472-9147 or
609-865-9809
210 Houses
2" Unfurnished

APOLLO BEACH Brand
New, 4BR, 3BA, 3CG,
w/bonus rm, covered
lanai, lake all appliances,
blinds, (awncare incl.
$1695 mo. 813-789-2662
You'll find value buys ad-
vertised in classified


Apollo Beach South Shore
Falls, Brand new 3BR,
2BA,cvrd lanai, 2cg, new
clubhouse, pool/,ym
Possible lease option.
$1150/mo
330-562-5636
BRANDON/SEFFNER, 4br,
S2ba, 2cg, $1195/mo.
Available early March.
email: jack@nein.net
813-325-9301
Busch Gardens area
3br/2ba, quiet neigh-
borhood, Ig backyard,
W/D hkup, $750/mo. +
deposit. 813-908-5774

CARROLLWOOD, 6 rooms,
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
appl. 813-220-7060.

FOREST HILLS 3br 2ba re'
modeled completely,
guiet neighborhood,
1200 mo. + dep.
813-792-1981.
Forest Hills Area 2br,lba,
closed in back porch,
W/D hkups. Available
for 6-12 month rental.
$1000/mo. $1000/sec
,KrP,.:.,r 1:' C'l.':']5
CLASSIFIED
iS iNFORMATIvE
GIBSONTON. 3/2/2 Appls,
blinds & upgrades.
RUSKIN. 5/3/2. Newly
constructed homes for
rent or option.
Call Art: 941-779-5533
LAND 0 LAKES Suncoast
Meadows, beautiful,
Like new 3br 2ba, 2cg,
I on lake, 1/2 mi from
Suncoast Pkwy. 1 Year
old. Bob 813-468-5151
NEW TAMPA Brand new
4BR/2. BA/2CG, 2 story,
front porch, covered
lanai, all appl., gated
comm. $1600/mo. Ready
Now. Call 813-610-8778
Pasco East/Meadow
Pointe 3/2/2, new villa
1700 + sf, gated planned
comm, $1550 includes
phone & cable. Call Judi
727-433-0764.
RIVERVIEW/Brandon
4br,2ba,2cg 1 yr old,
11416 Crest Lake Village
Dr. $1400/mo + dep.
Available Feb 23rd.
813-857-5488
RIVERVIEW RiverrT-.i
4Dr 2b2a C.17175]ISf Ne*.
walerview., comm pool.
gym, tennis, grt schools.
11803 Autumn Creek Dr
$1300/mo 813-784-0476


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SEMINOLE E.tra Largq
4BR.2BA.2 Car Gsry. E.,:
Area .i Scno,)-1. Cic.cte t
SPC Beaches. 20) Min
to Tampa, Appliances,
Pets OK, 727.488.4225
Web al14686



SEMINOLE Hgts, 3Dr 20a
Concrete Block, CHA,
Huge Front Yard, Depos-
it $1,000 $1,250/mo Oth-
er rentals available Sec-
tion 8 OK,813-333-3015
SOUTH TAMPA, 3 story,
Loft, AppliIncl W/D,
1Vzyrs New,Modern,
Ultra Contemporary,
FncdYd $2,250/mo
813-655-0300* 333-3820
WESLEY CHAPEL 4br,
3ba 2cg, $1,450/mo +
$1,500 dep,' 12-month
lease, no pets, for pics
www.oct3lman.com/
4rent.htm 813-714-1430
WESLEY CHAPEL, Seven
Oaks, New 3br, 2ba,
pond, $1750 + dep. Also
New 3br, 2ba, sm pets ok
w/dep+ $1250. Opt to
buy. 516-428-9826
WESTCHASE BRIDGES
Four BR, Three BA Two
car garage, 2578 SF
avail. immed., Neutral
colors, great layout, and
all appliances. $1400
p/m. Email: dhanan
jayl8@yahoo.com, or
call 813 9001858
12121 Condominiuml
Bayshore 700 sf condo,
3rd floor, d, big balco-
ny, elevator, pool, sec
code, dshwasher, alarm
sys, view mall, no pets
$900.727-542-3030.
Carrollwood Area,
2BR/2BA, 1stfloor,
gated, conservation,
screened patio pool &
spa, fitness& tennis.
$890/mo. 813-926-6654.
NEW TAMPA 3rd fir, 2br.
2ba lcg, balcony,firplc,
W/D, in gated comm w/
Soolgym & spa. $1200
1st & dep. SunCastles
813-907-3562Web
#135700


NEW TAMPA Equestrian
Park lbr lba, 841sf, Lux-
ury Gated Condo, W/D.
Gym & pool. 18201 High-
woods Preserve Pkwy.
$850/mo 813-784-0476


1212A Townhouse I
IVY LAKES, NEW 3br
2/2ba 1300sf Brand
New Community, Pool,
All Appliances Included,
No Pets4$,250/mo
727-847-3214 457-1655
RIVERVIEW, APOLLO BCH
rentals avail. 1-75
access. 813-244-3148

215 Mobile
'" Homes
Cork area, clean, 2/1,
CHA no pets, referenc-
es. $125/wk, $375 dep.
863-670-1924

.227 Farmland
CITRUS Co. Horse Ranch
3br 2ba 4Cg, on 6 Acres.
2 stall barn w/tack,
Lease or lease option
$1,900/mo 1 hr N. off
Tampa 727-776-5475
1i Waterfront
231 Rentals
Indian Rocks Beach
Beautiful Town home
with boat slip.2br 2ba,
3cg. $1400 per monih plus
security. Call Don
(727)517-1010
250-299
Employment
Services

Preparation
285 For
Employment
ADULT HIGH SCHOOL DI-
PLOMA at home in 6-12
weeks. Nationally ac-
credited Christian
school since 1971. Total
tuition $399/easy pay-
ment plan. Free bro-
chure 1-800-470-4723,
American Academy, vis-
it our Web site @
www.d i plomaa-
thome.com.
EARN YOUR HIGH School
Diploma at home, in 6
months or less. Work at
your own pace. Keep
your present job. First
oast Academy. Call for
free brochure. 1-800-
658-1180. www.fcahighs-
chool.org
EARN DEGRE B Online
from home *Medlical
*Business *ParJil3Egai
*Computers "Crmn ii1
Justice. Job Placmno-ri
Computer provided Fi-
nancial aid if qualify.
866-858-2121 www.onl-
netidewatertech.com
2 Positions
290 Wanted
SUSAN PLATTNER
CLEANING SERVICE.
lic, bonded ins, Free esti
resid, comm, bus, charity
863-425-3210 or
863-430-1149
I will clean chg bedding,
Laundry, Dishes, Etc.
Lowest Rates. Call
Amanda 863-513-4126
300-390
Employment


302 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
1304 1 Real Estate |
R.E. ASSOCS for unique
mkt niche. Great comm
forprod.Top Gun Realty
(S Tpa) 727-744-6102
3081 Engineering I
CIVIL ENGINEERS
Kimley-Horn and Associ-
ates a national consult-
ing firm named by CE
News as "Best CEFirm
to Work For" has chal-
lenging career opportu-
nities for Senior, Mid
and Entry Level Land De-
velopment Project Man-
agers and Engineers in
Tampa Zephyrhills and
through out Florida. Re-
sponsibilities commen-
surate with experience.
Requires FL PE registra-
tion, experience work-
ing on and leading a
team with public and
private sector projects.
Business development
experience and entre-
preneurial spirit desir-
able along with knowl-
edge of local regula-
tions. Entry level posi-
tion require BSC or
MSCE. Outstanding ben-
efits including incentive
bonus, profit sharing,
401(k), and ownership
potential. For immedi-
ate consideration, apply
on line at:
www.kimley-horn.com
Careers" reference code
FL60122LDTZ.
EOE M/F/V/H
qnn Medical/
320u Health Care

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


32n Medical/
320 Health Care

CNA'S
Loveable, Dependable,
caregivers, Autumn
Assist Living 1307 E.
Baker 813-752-1648
Due to our rapid
expansionthe Brandon
Surgery Centeris
currently seeking the
following positions:
RECOVERY ROOM F/T
PRN OPERATING ROOM
NURSE-PRN SURGICAL
TECH- F/T, PRN
No Call, Weekends, or
Holidays Fax resumeto:
813-654-3347
HEALTHCARE

DIETARYAIDES
Community Care Center
2202 W. Oak Ave
Plant City FL 33563
Ph: 813-754-3761
EOE
SChildlAdult
335 Care
CHILD CARE position
available immediately-
Full & Part Time. Please
C11 813-752-6446
PLANT City Area Pre
School Teachers needed
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 St for
application.
Restaurant/
340 Hospitality/
Clubs
KITCHEN HELP F/T Apply
in person Chancy Cat-
fish Shack, N. Park Rd
813-754-6477 ot
813-752-7224
MANAGER F/T EXP a
must. Snellgrove's Res-
taurant, 109 S. Collins St.
SERVER F/T a ply at
Snellgrove's Restaurnt,
109 S. Collins St.
SERVERS great $$'s ft/pt
Branch Ranch Dining
Room, Plant City
813-752-1957
Admin/
350 General
Office

Data Entry
10 Key a must Sun to
Thurs -$9.25. Please call
813-986-4560
OFFICE Assistant enrty
level Mon-Fri, F/f, Must
have car. 813-737-4600
| 370 |1 Sales |


Admini
350 General
Office
OFFICE ASST. Computer
skills mandatory. Work
hrs: M-F 8-5. Call for
appt: 813-750-1888.
Secretary/Receptionist
P/T M, T, Th 9-5pm.
Pl ant City, FL. Fax re-
sume: 813-752-3102 Attn
Brenda. or e-mail to:
brenda@ifrooks.com
360 |1 Trades
Cashier/Catering service
person. PT-mid morn-
ing. M-F New Tampa ar-
ea. DFWP 866-481-3245
You'll find value buys
advertised in Classified
each and every day
COUNTERTOP Installers
Local Co. Needs Exp &
will train Corian fabrica-
tors. For appt call
813-759-6513 ext21.
Electricians & Helpers
New Residential Const
in Brandon/Plant City
area. 651-4228 ire msg
ELECTRICIANS & Helpers,
residential & commer-
cial 813-752-8606 apply
between 8:30 & 1pm
When you read Classified
it's. HELLO...GOOD BUY!
Maintenance Man need-
ed. Stick welding exp.
needed. Good driving
record. Mon-Fri. Call
813-986-4560
Mechanics (4) exp'd. for
Brandon, Dover & Plant
City. Call Jad
813-689-3312; 951-2529
PAINTERS, poss. CREW
LEADER JOBS, exp'd.
Great pay w/newly es-
tab. co.813-493-1295
[3651 Retail |
Plant Merchandiser
Fast paced, growing
Company looking for
Full-time retail sales
merchandisers to service
live goods/plants for
the Retail Home Center
Industry in the Tampa
area, Position requires
stocking plant tables
with new and existing
product. Prefer garden
or big box experience.
Background check and
drugatest required.
Benefits include medical,
dental and 401K. Start-
ing Salary: $24,000
Email: mpkliaol.com
Fax:678-370-9360
1375 Driver/
| I Delivery

DELIVERY DRIVER P/T 35
hrs+ Class B, M-F, In
state only Plant City,
813 754-4743
3701 Sales I


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LOCAL DRIVERS Newspaper routes are
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ClassA CDL toe$300sign-onbonus. If
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exp apus. early morning hours (7
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Equipment Operators & ASSOCIATES NEEDED
Lowboy Driver immed. $100 to $1000 Per Day,
hire, drug test. Exp. explaining Phone Calls,
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Co Inc. 813-719-1203; ing, No convincing. Call
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1380 | General
CLEANING SERVICE
needs dependable per-
son who like to clean.
Call 757-0140 leave
message. BACKGROUND
CHECK REQUIRED
CONSTRUCTION Clean-
ers needed, experience
preferred, will train,
need transportation.
Sarah 813-763-1929
COUNSELORS Needed Af-
terschool, Plant City
YMCA Youth Exension
Site located at 502 E.
YoungSt. M-F, 1:30-6:30
pm, Ages 18 and up.
Please apply directly to
1507 YMCA Place.
E.O.E. D.F.W.P
DATA ENTRY! Work From
Anywhere. Flexible
Hours. Personal Com-
puter Required. Excel-
lent Career Opportuni-
ty. Serious Inquiries on-
.1-800-344-9636 Ext.

EXPERIENCED Advertis-
ing Sales Manager
needed for Florida's
largest group of com-
munity newspapers.
This exciting operation
is postured for aggres-
sive growth, and seeks
the right individuals to
be a part of those ef-
forts. Ideal candidate
must be a creative, ag-
gressive, hands-on
manager who is looking
for a challenge, and
thrives in an entrepre-
neurial environment.
Salary, liberal bonus
and benefit package
availableforthe right in-
dividual. If you want to
make your mark, and be
a part of our exciting
network of newspa-
pers...please send your
resume with cover letter
and salary require-
ments in confidence to:
Lee Mooty, General
Manager Hometown
News 2814 South US
Highway l..Suite D-11
Fort Pierce, Florida
34982 Or E-mail: Oppor-
tunity@Hometownnew-
sol.com Or Fax:
772-465-5301 Equal Op-
portunity Employer
GETTING BETTER
ALL THE TIME!
Winn-Dixie Dairy in Plant
City hiring Lift Drivers.
Machine Operators &
Production Workers.
Apply at Tampa Work-
force Alliance, 2001 E.
Cherry St., Plant City.
HERDSMAN WANTED FOR
500 JERSEY Cows. Re-
sp,:,rilble: All lsoe,:l, :f
health Pi-ra ctioln.
salary y H':.u ,.i 5 i
,lh.,'rii l Ei- ctri,. rn
nile' B:on sr ; e 6nr\-
fits. Sanchelima Dairy
Farms, 1702 NW 364
Road, Okeechobee, FL
863-467-6662 or
305-216-8194
KENTUCKY FRIED CHI-
CHEN, 2305 S. Collins St.
Needed Day Shift help.
Apply in person
LIVE-IN Campanion for el-
derly lady will consider
c.,upiE. References rE.
quired. 813-9,6.43.44
MILKER WANTED FOR 25U
HERD in Ft. Drum.
6AM/6PM Milkings, +
Barn Cleanings. Pay:
$55- $60 Per Milking. Bo-
nuses Negotiable. San-
chelima Dairy Farms,
1702 NW 364 Road.
Okeechobee, FL
863-467-6662 Or
305-216-8194
MYSTERY SHOPPERS
Get paid to shop! Re-
tail/Dining establish-
ments need undercover
clients to judge quali-
y/customer service.
Earn up to $150 a day.
Call 888-720-1117
Night Driver Supervisor
.Lic. 9pm-7am $425 per
wk./Benefits. Biringual&
Spanish. 813-243.3023
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1380 | General I
NOW HIRING! FOOD DEM-
ONSTRATORS in Tampa,
Naples, Fort Myers, St.
Pete, Clermont, Lake-
land & Plant City. Up to
$9/hour. Toll free
866-619-6633 ext. 109.
Personal Asst. for Real
Estate Investor. Learn
while you earn, P/T Stu-
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computer skills, fax re-
sume 813-659-8683
PRODUCTION WORKERS
needed, no experience
necessary. Hours: M-F
7:30-4. Apply inperson:
9706 E.US Hwy 92DFWP.
SCHMIDT FARMS
now accepting applica-
tions for seasonal
strawberry help. Call
Mon-Fri 10AM-6PM
813-478-2584
Classified is the perfect
forum for reaching
readers looking for the
pleasures and treasures
that Garage & Yard
Sales provide-not to
mention the bargains!
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That are financially mo-
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TEACHER Secondary En-
g lish, College Graduate
for Christian Girls
School salary & bene-
fits.
Call Cindy Churchill
813-650-8700
Temporary March-June,
P/Thelp for UF research
center in Wimauma
recording field data
taken off-site. For more
info 813-633-4113
TROPICAL Fish Farm F/T
position. Exp Preferred.
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general ofc duties. Com-
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exp req 20-24 hrs Mon-
Fri. New Tampa. Fax re-
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HELP WANTED Earn Extra
income assembling CD
cases from. Home. Start
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Education

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EARN DEGREE online
from home. *Medical,
*Business, *Paralegal
*Computers *Criminal
Justice. Job Placement.
Computer provided.
Financial aid if qualify.
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watertech.com
400-499
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1400 |1 Misc for Sale |
#1 Steel Building Source
Since 1980! Califor Hon-
esty and Integrity! All
Sizes! 1-888-425-7755
A + POOL HEATERS Facto-
ry Direct: Solar/Heat
Pump or Gas. Complete
Do-It Yourself heater
kits. Phone quotes, in-
stallation most areas.
1-800-796-0951
www.TheEnergySuper-
Market. c o m
Lic#CWC029795/l!n-
sured. Dealer Inquiries
Welcome!
BATHTUB REFINISHING..
. Renew / Change Color.
Tub,Tile,Sink&Chip Re-
pair. Commercial & Res-
idential. 5yrs. Warranty.
Quick Response, In-
sured. Serving Florida
Over 10yrs. Florida's
Tub Doctor.'
1-888-686-9005
BATTERIES Golf Cart Auto
Marine Recondition
With Battery Guarantee.
Markey Battery Inc.
813-657-0454/ 267-7830
CAT Cages (6) interlock'g
exc. for breeders, plas-
tic powder coated wires.
Exc cond NEW $2200
Sell $800 (863) 646-5296
Church Furnishings: Sar-
asota Church selling
beautiful marble alter &
additional pcs. Debbie
W-F. 941-924-1731 x 107


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FERPLIARY l V 'F fit6ib4i


1400 | Misc for Sale I
COLLECTORAMA
**SHOW** Bigger &
Better "*Show*" The
Lakeland Center 701 W.
Lime Lakeland, FL Feb.
24 thru 26th Fri & Sat 10-
6pm Sun 10am-4pm
Coins Currency* Col-
lectibles" Antiques *
Toys Paper Americana
Postcards Stamps *
Precious Metals New
Nevada Quarters" $3
Weekend Admission *
Free Parking Multi-
Hobby Show with all
types of Neat i,,jFf For
Everyone! nt a :,,,',
Dealers Will Be On Hand.
Buy Sell Thade. Free
"Hand Full" of Money
For Youngsters!
FREE VIDEO ROOF IN-
SPECTION Don't wait for
the Storms Call now for
our app ointment
-800- 937-6635 Ext. 208
Garages, Bans, Carports
starring $595 Galva-
nized steel. 2 Styles, 13
Colors. Free installation.
Free quote on any size.
Florida Certified 10 year
warranty available
386-736-0398;
1-866-736-7308 jcscar-
portsandgarages.com
Generator 2005 Diesel
$500 watt 10HP electric
& recoil start. New $2800
Sacrifice $1400 never
used. Usuallyhome-
days@hotmail.com just
moved live locally.
877-525-8088
GIGANTIC MIRRORS
Whoalsale jobsite left-
overs. 48 xl00"x1/4"
(15), $125/each.
72"x100"xl/4" (11),
$125/each. 72"x50"x
1/4" w/1" bevel,
$110/each. Free deliv-
ery. (Anywhere). Install
available. 800-473- 0619
Guardall Commercial
safe 24"H, 24"L, 22"W,
heavy duty, new condi-
tion $1100 new. Asking
$506 obo. 813-779-4528
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 re ss d r. c o m
1-866-476-0289,
813-493-1222,
727-733-9334
METAL ROOFING SAVE
$$$ buy direct from
manufacturer, 20 colors
in stock w/accessories.
Quick turn around- De-
livery available. Gulf
Coast Supply & Manu-
facturing, Inc.
352-498-0778 888-
393-0335
Need A Home Phone? Re-
ceive Government As-
sistance? $18.49 Basic
Qualified with: Medic-
aid, Food Stamps,
AFDC/TANF, Sec 8, SSI,
LIHEAP. No Deposit, No
Credit Check.
1-866-447-2488, Ameri-
can DialTone, Se Habia
Espanol
Vending Machines, Com-
bo, (20) New, Price re-
duced. Must sell. Tampa
area. Mark 813-240-1069

CLASSIFIED WORKS


I 400 | Misc for Sale |
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

400A Misc.
400A Wanted
NOW BUYING
charms/charm brace-
lets, cuff links,tie tac's,
old costume jewelry,
glassware, + MORE
(727)505-2362
BOY SCOUT STUFF
WANTED! Collector
seeks all kinds of boy
scout memorabilia from
before 1980. (816)
522-0689
VIDEO TAPES WANTED-
VHS Disney
Movies & Live Action.
Call 813-932-7294.
Will Come to You!
GOLD SILVER & JEWELRY
Will Pay Cash. Any con-
dition. Vintage jewelry
welcome. Tampa area.
727-505-7087
$S PAID for WATCHES
pocket & wrist. GOLD/
Silver Jewelry, Dia-
monds, Call Gemologist
SAM (727) 804-7463
14011 Auctions I
Public Auction. Heavy
equip, dump trucks,
track hoes, vehicles,
etc. 2/25, 9 AM, Balm.
atkmsononline.com
800-756-4098, #AB-1141
I40 2Antiques/
402 Collectibles

Beanie Babies (100) Clean
w/tags,1995-2004,$300.
Playboy Mags. '63-'99,
300 issues, mint, $1000
Dr. DLD, 813-962-3830
CARS, 1/24scale
die-cast, mostly Winston
Cup some new 2005 &
2006, some Bush Cars in-
vested $7000. Will take
$1000 OBO for all Also
some memorabilia.
813-752-7170
COLLECTOR Buying
Antiques, Silver, Clocks,
Paintings, China,
Furniture, Glass, Jewelry,
etc. (352)650-3293
DEALER SPACE AVAIL
By the sq ft ($1.70 per)
No commission
Old Floridian Antique
Shop. 203 SCollins St,
Plant City. 813-416-1423
At www.Auctiontecs.com
Antiques/Collectibles
find you!
Subscribe, it's FREE!
1406 1 Jewelry I
Beautiful 2ct & ict plat
solitairerings. Certified.
Apr @ $f8K & $9K.
ust sell. Only 780 &
$3500.800-792-5870
RING, 13.2 Ct. Aqumarine.
14K White Gold, 6 side
diamonds (.36ct TW)
$1,500; also 14K Yellow
Gold 2 oval cut Aquama-
rines. 2ct each $300
813-752-7533


Brandon 1020 Kings Ave.
Brandon 1531 E. Brandon Blvd.
Dover 12902 Newsome Rd.
Gibsonton 13150 U.S. Hwy. 41
Land 0' Lakes 2400 Land 0' Lakes Blvd.
Lithia 13411 FishHawk
Lutz 18902 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Lutz 23512 S.R. 54
Plant City 2401 John Redman Pkwy.
Riverview 11015 Bloomingdale Ave.
Riverview 13220 S. U.S. 301
Riverview 9817 S. U.S. 301
Riverview 361. Faul til.-'i .'1' f'dJ
Valrico- 3629 E `.f P.06
Wesley ChapeIl -' '')',F' -J
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:406 1 Jewelry |
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
ROLEX- BUY- SELL
Service-Selection.Yates
Jewelers, 1708 S.Dale
Mabry. 813-253-2164.
WATCH Rolex. Gold Day-
tona w/black alligator
band & mother of pearl
dial. One of a kind.
$18,500 new. Only worn
or 6 mo. $11,500.
863-206-9697
14071 Diamonds I
DIAMOND SOLITAIRE
2.56ct. H Color, Sacrifice
$2 500 also 1.03ct. G
color, Beautiful $2,400.
727-698-7275
I Stamps -
4081 Coins- Books
COINS WANTED
Corbins's Stamp & Coin.
Estimates / Appraisals.
9a-4p. M-S. 813-651-3266.
209N.KingsAve.Brnd
WE BUY COINS!
Buying, selling, trading!
Over 38yrs exp. Buying
Silver & Gold coins. We
pay top $$. 813-792-2493
or 727-455-6196
14101 Furniture |
aaaa 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
Armoire $25. Entertain-
ment Ctr $35. Couch $35
Bookcase $10. Plus
More! All items OBO.
Call 813-600-3872
Armoire for TV, holds 32"
TV, solid cherry. 81"h, x
47"w. $600 obo. 12pm-
9pm, Iv msg if no an-
swer. 813-831-3922

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

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


Tampa 5604 N. Hesperides
Tampa 5001 Memorial Hwy.
Tampa 8801 Memorial Hwy.
Tampa 10601 Sheldon Rd.
Tampa -12049 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 6008 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 4901 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 2301 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 13151 Race Track Rd.
Tampa 8305 W. Hillsborough Ave.
Tampa 7124 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 11211 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 5616 S. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 311 E.. Davis Blvd.
Tampa -5125 W. Cypress St.
Tampa 17621 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Tampa 5102 Pointe of Tampa Way
Tampa 7301 Temple Terrace Hwy

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1410 1 Furniture |
BEDROOM Furniture,
Children's, Oak, Pull out
sgl bed w/matt, Desk
Chr & Dresser, Rooms to
Go, $350 813-294-8410
Bedroom Set, 6pc.,
Queen, elegant, new
$1900. Designer moving!
Sell at cost; New solid
wood, 7pc. Dining $750;
Louis XV Desk $800 plus
more. 813-631-9724
BEDROOM SET Country
Style King Size Bedroom
set. Includes armoire,
night stands, head-
board, mattress, and
boxspring $700 (813)
655-4897

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

Get in tune w/Classified's
selection of musical in-
struments in Class 420
BEDS AAA+ VISCO
ORTHO-PEDICNasa
Memory Foam Mattress
&-S399, K-$499
FREE Delivery w/ad!
ORIGINAL TEMPURPEDIC
FROM $699!
AIR & ADJUSTABLE
All Sizes In Stock
7924W. Hillsborough
OPEN 10-6 Mon-Sat
across from WINGHOUSE
www.mattressdr.com
813-889-9020
866-476-0289 ANYTIME!
BUNKBEDSNEW$850-1st
$450 takes it. DINING RM
tbi w/4 chrs $125, BED
RMSET Qn6 pcs$375;&
misc. 813-417-5847
CLOSEOUT SPECIALS Still
avail. Great prices on
BR, DR & Patio Furniture.
FOREVER WICKER
9 813-948-48020
Web <1?2277



DAY BED $295*
Complete with 2 twin
matts & pop-up trundle.
New, never used, can
deliver. 813-926-8507


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

Entertainment Ctr
All wood, cherry or oak,
lighted w/beveled glass
doors, accommodates
up to 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
USED, sell for $1650. Can
deliver. 81?-?93-1743
Entertainmt Ctr Broyhill.
Maple, lots of storage,
holds up to 32" TV, exc
cond. Can e-mail pics.
$800.813-643-5502
Flex-A-Bed, full, exccond,
6 mos old, tranxlife
warr $1800 obo,pd
$2806, more infoavail.
813-661-2073
FUTON
Medium oak, honey fin-
ish, 9 layer matt, new in
box, cost $625, sell $315
813-293-1743


1410 1 Furniture I
LAZY BOY COUCH &
RECLINER.
Like New.
$1000.
Call 813-972-3569

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

LR Set, complete, sofa,
coffee tbl, 2 end this,
w/lamps, mint cond.
Moving Must sell, paid
$4500, sacrifice $975.
813-431-1876.
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
TURN TO CLASSIFIED'S
Merchandise Columns
Ourprices are
on target for you!
PLATFORM BED- Queen
Size Bed Frame & Head-
board, Comtemporary
Dark Wood. NEW! $595.
813-732-2933
SOFA, Chair, ottoman,
nice brown, orig from
RTG& 5pc, glass top ta-
ble. $500 for all/obo.
Will Split. 813-205-6752
SOFA, Sectional/sleeper,
Blue/Nauve/Beige $450.
813-764-9507
WALDEN ESTATE
SALE
Sofa&chair $195
SofaSleeper $159
Queen No Flip Mattress
Set $169
GEWasher&Dryer 295
GE Refrigerator 5195
GE Stove $159
4pcBedroomSet $339
B & B OUTLET
115S. EVERS ST
PLANT CITY 813-759-8864
CLASSIFIED WORKS
Teak Wood Furniture All
Kinds, 1/2 Price, Good
Deals, Must move all.
8717 40th St. Call for
appt.813-849-8181
MOVING-MUST SELL ALL
Dining Set- light oak, ta-
ble, lighted china & cor-
ner cabinets, buffet, 6
chairs. Orig. $8000, sell
$4000 OBO. Queen Bed-
room- headboard
dresser, armoire, 2 end
tables, mattress, $1000
OBO. Sage green couch
and loveseat, $250 OBO.
Kitchen table oak, 4
chairs, $250 OBO.
(813) 630-9320
1416 |1 Appliances I
Appliances-Absolute
Lowest $ Guaranteed!
Delivery. Woody's
Appliances, $74.50 up.
7604 Broadway 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! 45yrs exp!
604Broadway626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.


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



Career
SEEKER PLUS


1416 1 Appliances I
**APPLIANCES**
DRYER $99
WASHER $140
FRIDGE$150
1 to 12 Month Warranty
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
4000 W Kennedy 281-0777
PARTS TODAY
11900 Nebraska 972-4242
APPLIANCES- Washer,
Dryers, Stoves, Refrig's.
$125 Up. Big Top Flea
Mkt. Guar & Delivery
813-382-8615:404-8125
DISHWASHER Jenn-Air
brand new, stainless stl
front & inside, hidden
cntrls pd $1,000 asking
$500.813-806-0552
Mom & Pops Applianc-
es, $75 & up, W/D, Stove
& Refr. 10014 30th St.
Free Delivery
813-632-9620; 335-5788
VACUUM, RAINBOW
with attachments, Ex-
cellent condition, used
very little. $350
S813-907-1756I
WASHER & DRYER
Nice condition with war-
ranty $200. Can Deliver.
813-626-3754
WASHER Maytag Nep-
tune, Like New, Less
than 2 yrs old Paid
$1,000 Asking $510 obo
813-961-6174- 690-0202
WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w warrantt;.
Don 813--0eu '6.714
WASHER Whirnop:. Due'
HT, Pewter, Pedistal,
Paid $1450 now $500; al-
so DRYER elec Paid $950
Now $400 352-458-3193
14171 Telephones/
4 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
oAir
418 Conditioners

A/C New In Box
Complete systems 2 ton
$1695;* 2'1 ton $1795;-3
ton $1895; 31/2 ton $1995;
; 4 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: Split
2ton$726 3ton $825
4ton $1055,Free Delivery
727-243-4493
Get Rdy for Spring! A/C
new in box. 5 yr Fact
Warrty, All Homes, Sizes:
M.Homes, 2-ton $1010,
2/2-ton $1060,. 3-ton
$1105 3V2-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 RightThe
FirstTime! #RA0039944
REMINGTON AIR 971-2206
40 Musical I
42 Instruments

GUITAR, Martin HD35
w/faclory installed
Fishman electronics,
exc cond. $2000. Serious
only 813-671-7074
Guitars and Amps We
buy and trade used
ear. Bring it to Guitar
Center Tampa & turn it
into immediate cash or
trade for new gear.
3914W.HillsboroughAve.
813-801-9290
PIANO Quartet style, full
size, KIuttz Bros. Sounds
great, good condition
$400 OBO
813-961-5432
PIANO RENTALS
WITH OPTION TO BUY
$25/mo Lowst rates in FL!
BECKER PIANO
813-837-3632
PIANO SALE, New & Used
Most Popular Brands
Incl. CD Player Grands
Owner/Operator 27 Yrs
Best Prices & Value
Call 813-855-1227
pianospianosinc.com
PIANOS GRANDS
5'P/E $5488
5' P/MAH $5988
5'5" P/E $6488
Tampa Music 8443 N. Fla
PIANOS VERTICALS
UPRIGHT $499
SPINETS $688 up
CONSOLES $1299 up
TAMPA MUSIC 933.4077
PIANOS: vmjra G 3
l-, n,, : .: in:.] .. ,, .
Baldwin HuwVard, nice
condition $2500
Call 727-542-0132
SAXOPHONE- Brand New
S rraha Soprano in
ca. ?. Never been
:'u',:ried! $2000 new.
Mu:r See! $1500 obo
813-493-6166
Turn to Classified to:
BUY IT.
SELL IT.
FIND IT.


420 Musical 434 Restaurant/
Instruments Hotel Equip
VIOLINS $100, German Hobart 60 quart Mixers,
$150. Viola $150. Cellos single phase or 3 phase.
$319. Cases & Bows. Walk-in Coolers, glass-
Mandolins $120. Guitars door Cooler and more.
$150. Trumpets Flutes & Call 727-581-9293
Clarinets $199. Rentals I ram l
& del avail, repairs, (813) Ice cream, delnt& mini mart
65 6554 727-945-9427 restaurant & mini mart
655-6554 equip, and AC. All
WANTED Hammond or- reasonable price.
gans (vintage, 25 pedals 727-216-3649 / 445-1640
or more) & or Leslie
speakers (813) 838-1490 Pizza Parlor Eqpmt, 3 their
hot display cases for
Radio, TV,& pizza etc. Like new.
!424 Sd 350, SS steam table
tereo$950813.965.8377
Big Screen TVs REFRIGERATORS
Big Screen TVs Commercial. Glass
$250 and Up, doors and S/S. Also
Good Condition. Walk-In Coolers. Exc
Warranty. 813-986-1229 condition. 813-621-0045
T, 36" Steam this, heat lamps,
TV, 36" display cab, fryers,
Magnavox, less than sinks, shelves, wk tbls,
1 year old. $400. fans, ice cream equip.,
Call 813-264-5083. grills, food trir. Bargain
TV, 60" Big screen, pro- prices! 813-677-9634
section, excellent condi- Store
tion. Perfect picture. As 435 F e -
good as new. $650. 435 Fixtures-
727-479-3889 Equipment
S426 1 Photography I Clothes racks, hooks &
shelves for slat wall,
PHOTOGRAPHY Equip- chairs,telephones, cash
ment and Props, Misc drawer w/scanner,
for Sale! Cameras- Digi- receipt & tag printers
tal & Film Lenses Cam- (QB Point of Sale Retail
era Stand, 813-732-2933 Hardware), shopping
PHOTOSHOP CLASSES bas nlhangers.
www.alliedpixels.com (813)996-1164
$199 (813) 264-2633 Hair Station, 3, Black w/
I mirror. Back Bar w/ 2
428 Medical Sinks. Lg Front Desk. Fa-
4 Equip. cial Chair. Carpeting,
I 22x18, Berber, 6 mo.
ELECTRIC SCOOTER $1,600.813-786-8464
PRIDEJAZZY&LIFT.Will ilder'
separate. Cost $3,800, 40 Buiers
sell $1,800.813-390-0391 .1"4U 4 Supplies

INCONTINENCE Supplies ABACA Wood/American
Cases of adult briefs, Oak Flooring Wholesale
liners, and underpads. from the Original Guy
All sizes available.Same who started in this sec-
day delivery. Prices as tion. I buy flooring from
low as $38 per case of all over the world no
(96). 1-800-719-1618 Middleman. I have more
(96).1-800-79-1618 products in stock than
Scooter Deluxe-3 elec- anyone that will sell to
Pep-Pal, 2 sp w/rev, reat the public. Containers of
cond, 14 mos,barely Wood, Laminate, Ce-
used $500 obopd $855. ramic starting at .99 sf.
813-661-2073. Come where the build-
I ers & savvy buyers buy
Office Equip, flooring 1-813-918-2737
430& Furniture www.yeagerflooring.com
We also do expert Sand
300 Herman Miller A03, & Finish work for your
6x6 Workstations. worn out old looking
Exc cond. Other Cubicles floor, Call us and we'll
available. Call for come right over to mea-
details.727-647-1853 sure and makeplans to
fill your needs. Yeager's
PHONES MERIDIAN -Nobody beats our qual-
Central System battery, ity or service let alone
all controls. $395 also our price.
incl 3x6 wood desk. Web#92286
(863) 688-5411 .....*-*,^
STEELCASE & HERMAN ik
Miller Workstations All .,
sizes. Lowest Prices!
Stan 813-966-1072 almost BAMBOO FLOORING
newworkstations.com Natural & carbouni;.i
$2.79 per square r :.:,t
WANTED Immediate pick up or
Office equipment and eIvery. 813-494-6544or
furniture. Phone delivery. 813494-644
systems, routers, CARPET Thick & Plush
copiers, printers & Hottest Looks, Quality
more. Call Carl: Luxurious, Belowuealer
863-868-3177 Cost! 1st Quality, Dalton
I weekly shipments.
431 Computers & Commercial carpets
41 Equipment available, we install too!
I W 813-918-2737.0
AMD $99 Internet Ready I'llbring cuttingstoyou
Computer. Laptops today off our rolls.
starting at $149. New DOORS Mahogany 10' Ra-
systems starting at dius Custom 3 panel,
$299.1031 W. Busch other models. Custom
PC Services 931.4976 Doors Millwork
AMD 2800+ New PC $399 813-541-9516
64-bit 512mb,80gbHD, GENERAL CONTRACTOR
52xCDRW, WindowsXP. has large overage of
One Year Warranty supplies. Plumbing
ISORM.com Computers electrical tile & etc.
14918 North FlorioaAve All must go! 727-793-9777
813-264-0408 Best Offer!
COMPUTER REPAIR $45 LUMBER LUMBER LIQUIDATORS
*Flat Fee, Not per hour* HARDWOOD FLOORING
ISORM: Mon-Sat 10 to 7. from .99 CENTS SQ. FT.
14918 North Florida Ave Exotics, Oak Bamboo,
(813)264-0408 Prefinished & Unfin-
Computers! Internet ished. Bellawood w/50
Ready.Fast Comaq & ear prefinish, plus A
Dell C-omputers. Start Lot More! We Deliver
ing at $80. Refurbished An where 5 Florida Lo-
Laptops starting@ caGions, 1-800-FLOOR-
$199. Ali still have ING (356-6746)
warranties. Trade Ins METAL ROOFING SAVE
welcome! 813-651-1459. $$$ Buy Direct From
LaptopsPII............. 150.00 Manufacturer. 20 colors
LaptopsPill............200.00 in stock with all
21'Monitor ..............45.00 Accessories. Quick turn
PillComputer.......... 50.00 around! Delivery
40GIGHD..............30.00 Available Toll Free (888)
CDROM....................... 3.00 393-0335.
80GIGHD............. 50.00 WANTED: 20 HOMES To
SDRAM ....................... 3.00tPar Show Off Our New Life-
LatopsSytems, Parts time Exterior Paint. Call
-F -4* 13-217-4649 Nowto See ifYour Home
Pill Computers, Monitors Q u a I i f i e s
& TV's starting @$25. 1-800-518-5532, (Lic
LAPTOPS also available #CBC010111
Visit Our showroom- | Patio & Deck
full ofcomputerparts 44 u Patio & Deck
electronics! Call Supplies
ean-aac-iAeiini-,icit- I S"n"


1102 North Rome Ave.
Tampa FL 33607
432 Commercial
432Equipment
Meat Cases Coolers,
Freezer & Equipment.
,For Sale Cheap.
813-295-3329
S Restaurant/
434 Hotel Equip

5' EUROPEAN STYLE dual-
temp curved glass used
display case. $2000obo
($8K-$10K new)
813-495-7643 Iv msg
Condiment Tray, holds 13
Sleeves with plastic
shield, Never used, cost
$2,800 selling $2,000
813-732-5662
You'll find value buys ad-
vertised in classified


BRICK PAVERS
45 cents ea Many colors
Do It Yourselflnfo
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 STONES/EDGERS
CLEARANCE CLOSEOUT.
Sun Pavers
(813) 968-2319
www.sunpavers.com
Manufacture's Outlet, 1st
gual. brick pavers, Sales
&installation. Bes t price
in Bay area. 949-1110
17514 US 41 N. Lutz
Classified Ads Prices
well within sight. A se-
lection that's just right!


444 Sheds &
444Carport



j *

'J l.ii' [ | lill
Both are enclosed
Concrete slabs, 36" door
&2- 7x8 garage doors inst
Other sizes avail
LIC. CBC1253330
813-788-3501 713-2333
Web #17f?55
^IickE .

BUILDING SALE! "Beat
Next Increase!" 20x26
Now $4200.25x30 $5800.
30x40 $9200. 40x60
$14,900. Extensive
range of sizes and
models. Front end
optional. Pioneer
(800)668-5422.
12x24 Lark mfg, all steel
constr. 8' sidewall elect
wiring incl. upgraded rf
2yrs old, private owner,
$4000, 813-601-1911
Storage Shed Handi
House 12x24' turn-
around, built in 2005.
$2800 obo. 12pm-9pm, Iv
msg. 813-831-3922
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
installed; Buildings/
Sheds from $1,925. Al-
most Any Size Available
813-299-4790 -681-5468
4451 Tools I
PLYWOOD, 10 sheets
5/8th; (2) 24' ladders, 1
alum. & 1 fibergl.; power
tools yard tools; brand
new futon bunk bed nvr
used, will deliv.&setup,
much more 813.628.0608
44 1 MachineryI &
SHeavy Equip.
Automotive Machine
Shop Equipment For
SaleA813-695-4937


Forklift-Tampa Forklift
since 1974. Parts, Svc.
Rentals, NewUsed
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.
Vertical Mill. Surface
Grinder. Lathe. Tooling.
Saw. 863-604-2470


Sporting
450 Goods

Body Master, belt driven
gym equip, dumb bells,
much more, must sell A-
SAP, reasonable offers
considered 813-850-1574
GOLF Clubs, Taylor made
like new, complete set
incl. bag. For info: days
813.248.5019, anytime
local cell #937.304.4507
Guided Quail Hunt, V Day
Bookings, Dream Lakes
Hunting Preserve.
Barrow FL
863-640-7783
GUN: conceal carry per-
mit classes $40. Sun-
days 1-5. Greatselection
of new light weight easy
conceal handguns start-
ing at$179.
Call for reservations
813-210-4867(GUNS)
GUN SAFES
Champion Safe-the best!
DISCOUNT PRICES. Many
types of safes avail.
Tampa Safe Exchange
303 W. Waters
813-935-9800
GUNS WANTED
BUY TRADE SELL
7mm. Other rifles: 3001,
270 WSM. 352-422-3441
or 727-543-7940
HUNT ELK, Red Stag
Whitetail, Buffalo, Wid
Boar. Our season:
now-3/3 1/06.
Guaranteed license,
$5.00 trophy in two
days. No-Game/No-Pay
policy. Days (314)
209-9800; evenings
(314) 293-0610.
Does traffic traumatize
you? Does shopping
make you manic. Con-
sider the calm & conve-
nience of Classified! Our
pages are filled with
measures & you don't
have to stand in line or
search for parking




SUPER



SAVERS




14111 Super Savers
DINING table w/6 padded
chairs, Cherry Wood
$250. 813-764-9507


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l Goods

POOL TABLE $1250
4'x 8'Pro Series, solid
wood, 1" slate, leather
pockets K-66 rails, Ball
and Claw feet, Worth 5K.
New in crate.
Lifetime warranty.
Professional installation
avail 813-363-0097
Pool Table 4x8
Pro Series 1" Tournament
slate, K66, 100% gum
rubber rails, diamond
sights, carved cabinet,
new in box, never used.
Cost $3200, sell $1250.
Can deliver.
813-293-7621
POOL TABLE, American
Heritage, Tacoma 8', Drk
Grn Felt, Was over
$3,000, only lyr old
$950 352-458-3193
POOL TABLE Fullsize
Indoor/Outdoor w/
accessories. You move
$460 OBO, (813)
818-4780
Shotgun FAUSTI (Italian)
12-gauge, O/U new in
box never fired. $750 or
trade for boat rig.
813-655-8993
SLOT MACHINE BALLY
triple 777's incl's nickels
casino chair & base. $625.
days call 813.248.5019 or
anytime cell 937.304.4507
CONCEALED WEAPONS
CLASSES
Class D, Class G
& Class G Requalification
813-643-1370 245-2719
AI1 Exercise
451 Equipment

TREADMILL, ProForm
Space Saver. 515S Cross
Walk, never used, elec-
tric ncl./cushion deck,
$350 813-806-0552
451 Health
456 Products

NEW MOTORIZED
WHEELCHAIRS "No
Cost" If Eligible. Scooter
Type / Hospital Beds /
Manual Chairs. We Ac-
cept Medicare & Private
Insurance. Free Delivery
Helping Hands Medical
Equipment Call Toll-
Free 1-877-667-7088.
Hablamos Espanol.
ORDER MEDS ONLINE OR
BY PHONE Phentermine,

Viagra, Methocarbamol,
Levitra. No previous
p rescriptiion required.
Call toll free
1-866-438-6656 or
www.lntegraRx.com
.INSURANCE
Life, Health Medicare
Supplements & Part D.
Vickie Roberts
Independent Agent
813-634-4539
ARE YOU THE FATHER?
100% accurate AABB ac-
credited lab test for
$265.00 with or without
the mother. Fast results.
Toll Free 1-888-875-7574
DNATestingCentre.com
4 NI Power
I460 Mowers
MOWER-Snapper, 48" cut
+ Coxco 6xB0 trailer +
Husqvarna edger, trim-
mer and blower $6,000
forall.813-626-7595
14651 Lawn&4 Grdn
Lawn & Garden Tractor, 6
mo old Sears, 42" mow-
er, $850. 813-792-0164
leave message.
I46O Nurseries/
469 Trees

Blueberry Plants Gal Con-
tainer, heavy rooted,
discount for 500+ .
Call 813-244-5877
Lithia #47236647
KNIGHT'S NURSERY
Azaleas, Camellias,
Roses Wisteria, Box-
wood, Gardenia Bottle
Brush, Palms, Tabebuia,
Crotons and much
MOREAirportRd
Plant City #04710685
813-752-7676
LIVE OAKS,
45 GAL, 4" CAL, 14'..$75
25GAL, 3" CAL, 12'..$50
15GAL 2" CAL,8'..$25
748-8641 Reg #47220672
PALM CLEARANCE Cold
hardy, drought tolerant.
Healthy. Pineapple,
Reclinatas Paurotis
Pindo.6ftto25ft. Field
grown. East of Plant City.
813/752-7506#47218151
|480|Dogs |
AKITA PUPS AKC, cham-
pion bloodlines, very
flashy. Must See! Ca l
813-690-2158.

AUSTRAILIAN Shepherd
pups AKC 1st shots HC.
tri-reds, tri-blks. $400
Ready 3/3 Taking dep.
(863)701-7647 (863) 370
3172www.bcranch.net
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD
Minis, Reg. All Colors,
Males & Females, Shots
& Wormed Readyto Go!
$400-$600 352-628-0048
Australian Shepherd
pups. born 12/12/06, M-
lackTri & Blue Merle,
NSDR, health cert. POP
$300.813-677-8903


34 THE COURIER FEBRUARY 23, 2006


1480 Dogs |
BEAGLE Puppies, 3/M Tri
colored, full blood, par-
ents on premises. health
certificate. $300. each
813-928-6417 or
813-986-4291 .
BEAGLE REG AKC Pups,
small 8 weeks, health
cert, 2/M $300.2/F $350.
blue ticked &tri colored.
813-961-3590 or
813-752-8172
BICHON FRISE- AKC,
Males, Ready 2/13,
Home raised, see par-
ents very etite. $700 &
$800863-299-0953
BOXER MALE WHITE,
DEAF 11 mos, needs
SPECIAL HOME, ALL
SHOTS NEUTERED. $350
813-254-5880 Iv msg
BOXER PUPS- Shots
Health Cert. Beautiful
Fawn. 6M, 2F. Ready 3/7,
$400. Taking Deposits.
813-355-7204
Bull Mastiff AKC, cham-
pion bloodlines, Big and
Beautiful, pick of the lit-
ter. $1,500.941-544-4824
or 941-322-6709
BULLMASTIFF AKC PUPS
Vet chk 1st Shots Big
M/F Fawns Reds Nice
Ready March 1st $1,200
(352) 650-4972
Cairn Terrier Pups, AKC
family raised, Wheaton/
Brindle. $700.
www.mccartyster
riers.com (352) 591-2271
CAIRN TERRIERS Off to
see the Wizard? Don't
forget Toto. Males & Fe-
males, AKC, Health
certs $600 813-659-2274
CHIHUAHUA PUPS
1M long haired 2F: 1
short & 1 long haired,
CKC reg., hlth certs.,
$500-$600 813-628-1640
Web#130515

.Cfick & B,

CHIHUAHUA Teacup, 8
mos, male black & tan,
2.51bs, CKC registerable
$400.352-597-0574

Cocker Spaniel Pups 8
wks, Buff color, 3 males
3 females, shots, POP,
$300.813-671-0128
(Summerfield Crossings)
CUR Puppies,
Cattle & Hog Dogs, $100.
813-629-1881
DACHSHUND PUPPIES
Minis, CKC reg, male
2-fem, home raised, hith
cert. 813-385-0268

DACHSHUNDS, MINI, CKC
reg, hith chk, long hair,
assort color, 8 wks on
2/3, $500 & up. Lenny
813-610-7610 72-7716
DOBERMAN PUPS Now
taking deposits. 5 Blue F
$900.00,1 Rare Fawn M
1250.00. Champ blood-
lines, AKC reg. Ready
3-7-6 (352)666-4448
ENGLISH BULLDOG Pup-
pies. 8 wks oldd Beautiful
Fawn & Brindle, Champ
pedigree. $1600 $1800,
863-255-8280
English Bulldog AKC,
1 year old fawn/white.
Stud Service
813-986-4943
ENGLISH MASTIFF Pup-
pies, all white/black
spots 1 male $1100, 1
female $1,200, loving,
slobbering, gentle gi-
ants. 813-810-6646
English Mastiff Pups Born
11/24/05, AKC reg,
champion bloodlines,
parents on premises,
$1200-$1500.
Call Joejoe 321-275-1157
French Bulldog Pups,
AKC,shots M/F, 8
weeks & up $1800-$2400
Cash Only. Call
727-868-2099/207-1825.
27. -1 82 .


GERMAN SHEPHERD Pup-
pies, adorable pure
ored, 8 weeks old, POP
$200 813-759-9234 *
849-8637
German Shepherd Pups,
pure bred AKC reg, hith
cert. 5-M, $500 ea. 2-F
$450 ea. 813-967-3313
German Shepherd Pups
AKC Lg boned, M/F,
shots, hithrec POP $395-
$500 863-859-5350 Iv
msg
German Shepherds, AKC
guppies 8 wks. Big
Boned Tri's, shots
wormed. Duke's $700.00
813-621-6598
GERMAN SHORT HAIR
POINTERS 7 mos I f, 1 m
fixed, mc shots lic, sup-
plies $800 both/$500 ea
(727)647-3550
JACK RUSSELL PUPPIES,
short legged, short
haired, shots, ready for
homes, see Mom. $350.
813-326-5615
we b a1330'61

S C&ck&Buy

JACK RUSSELL Terriers,
Registered smooth
coats, $600 and up. Vari-
ety of sizes & Colors.
Raised in home. See us
atwww.suavestylin
jacks.com 813-741-2510


1480 Dogs I
LAB PUPS-8 wks old, AKC,
Vet .v, Males & Females,
$300. Parents on prem-
ises. 863-875-0457

LAB Pups, AKC, BIk Hd
Health Certs Shots,
Home Trained, Ready
Now, BIk & Yellow
$400-$600 -813-325-3647
W,-bt, l77 7
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LAB Pups AKC health
cert, Ready 3/5.4 yellow
$600.5 black $450.
Parents on Premise
Call 813-737-9016
or 813-967-7569
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots.
wormed, vet cert. Block
head, champ, bkgrd.
Pedigrees. Parents/
grandparents on site.
$450 & up 352-307-0772
LAB Yellow, Female
2 /2 months old, Block
head, Parents on Prem-
ises. $450
863-529-6668
LABRADOODLE PUPS,
Chocolate.
(Fl's) $850 (FIB's) $1200
620-544-8612
outwestdoodles.com
Web #135727

flick B & El..'

MALTESE AKC 1 Male
$800, 1 female $1000,
CHypoallergenic. HC.
czfakeland@aol.com
(863) 221-7449
Web #91283


Maltese/Bichon Puppies,
beautiful white fluffy,
4/M, family raised,
$700. HC. 352-220-0351
contenteddogs.com
MINI-DACHSUNDS- AKC,
10 wks old, Vet /
w/Health Cert. Red Fe-
males and 4 Males, $400
863-773-3673/445-6120

iick LBu,'

Papillon Pups AKC
Champ. 9wks, shots, pa-
per trained. Tri color,
$700. Adults also best
offer. 813-247-1378
PIT BULL COLBY PUPS
Farm raised, big heads &
chest. Exc. Bloodline.
$200-$250 813 -77659
813-714-2835
PIT BULL PUPPIES, 5
Females, 4 Males, POP,
all colors.$250.
Call 352-317-3836
or 813-263-8015
Pit Bull Pups 6-M, 3-FM,
red, ADBA reg, de-
wormed, 1st shots,
Sire/dam on premises.
$350 & up. 813-833-2462-
PITBULL PUPPIES Ready
Now! First Shots and De-
wormed. Parents on
Premises. $150 Firm,
(813) 681-7809

Pitbull Puppies
Starting $150- $300.
6 weeks o1d, dewormed.
813-453-4924, after 5pm.
PITBULL PUPS ADBA REG
3 M,1 F Red Nose. Red
and chocolate $250
(813)299-2538

PITT BULL PUPPY,
Blue with White paws.
$275.
813-426-7147
POMERANIAN, female,
8 wks, all current shots,
hith cert. lovable &
house broken, $700
727-515-8700
Web tl?9773


Poodle Puppies
(standard) avail 3/29th,
taking deposits males
$700,females $800, apri-
cot/cream 813-792-2551
PUG-ACK Valentine's Day
special! Beautiful chub-
by male, 14 weeks old,
fawn with black mask,
$400 cash, 352-793-8092
Pug Pups AKC-CKC Also
Peekingese Pups, CKC.
family raised. Playful &
Pudgy,$500-700.
www.pekesandpugs
.comr (352)591-2271
*PUG Pups, black. Dad
Champion, Mom Cham-
pion lines. Good homes
only! $900. Bik male stud
service 813-909-9698
PUGS AKC Multiple AKC
Champion lineages
2/10/2006-Prices start
at $700.00 (386)
364-4377

Puppies 4 Sale
813-662-2592
Lic# P05062440
Rat Terrier Pups, UKCI,
Great family pet. Tiny
Toys to minis. $350-450.
www.mccartysratter
riers.com (352) 591-2271
SHARE PEI puppies AKC,
Male & female,
$400-700. shots, health
certificate. Guaranteed
(941)922-5244
PARK YOUR CAR IN CLAS-
SIFIED and see it take off
in the fast lane!


14801 Dogs I
SHIH TZU PUPPIES, 1
Male, 1 Female AKC
registered, shots w/
hIlth certs. Ready 3/10.
$550 each. 813-626-6189
Toy Australian Shep-
herds, rare, lap size Aus-
sies, $750. Champ lines,
citylSickersranch.com
352-694-8119/843-5997
WHEATEN PUP, 15 Wks,
Non-shedding
Non-allergetic
$800 586-945-0465

YORKIE MINI PUPPIES,
CKC, champion blood-
lines, tiny, adorable.
$795. 941-544-4824 or
941-322-6709
YORKIES AKC 13 mo. fen.
CKC 15 mo. male. ABLE
TO BREED. Very lovable,
housebroken, must sell.
$2500 obo. 863-944-0619
or 813-235-5805.
We have great plans to
help you sell your home.
Call & ask about our Buy-
er's Choice photo page!
YORKIES, AKC, 2/F,1 very
tiny- $2000 5 mo. 1-
$1,500/firm. Incl.
spayed,shots, H/C,
pup pkg, microchipped,
warr. 813-662-9195LM
Permit #P05-047048

ADORABLE
PUPPY SALE

WPetland

A Selection of More
Than 50 Puppies
Beagle, Bichon Boxer,
Chihuahua, Dachshund,
Lab, Pomeranian, Poodle,
Pua, Shih Tzu, Husky,
Silky, Westie,Yorkie
plus many, many more
All Pup pies Come With:
I yr health Warranty
Free Vet Visit
FreeTraining DVD
Microchip Idenfication
Also A Large Selection
of Freshwater Fish,
Reptiles, Small Animals,
Birds & All Your
Supply Needs
Petland Lakeland
3800 N. Hwy 98
863-859-6886
Petland Tampa
7699 W. Waters Ave
813-249-8700
M-F 11-9
Sat 10-9 Sun 11-7
Visa Mc, Amex, Discover
100% Financing Available
P04-070213
1482 Birds
AFRICAN GREY with cage,
excellent talker, $1,000.
Also (2) Cockatiels (1
grey, 1 yellow) with
cage, $60.813-238-7088
Parrot Cage, blk/slvr,
43"Lx32"Wx74"H NEW.
Pd $1000. Sell $506.2 blk
1'x3' round cages, both
for $50.2 Parakeets both
for$20.727-459-6242
14831 Exotic
AQUARIUM, 150GAL
ACRYLIC w/55 gal sump,
cherry cabinet with
canopy, lots of extras
$800 eight hood $500
Chiller, controller, Ca
reactor negotiable.
813-777-2968
You'll find value buys ad-
vertised in classified
I4 Misc Pets/
484 Services

AQUARIUM 150 gal, salt
water, live rock, live
sand, shark, filtration,
stand & canopy incl.
$2000 OBO. 813-426-7147
KOJ FOR SALE
Buy direct from fish
farm in Gibsonton.
813-633-8862
www.koiman.com
Premium Fiji live rock,
$2.99 per pound.
Thousands of marine
Fish and Invertabrates
at the lowest prices in
the Tampa area. Life
Oceanic, 813-649-1000
14981 Estate Sales
ANNE'S ESTATE SALES
Large Moving Sale.
Feb 24th &25th 8am-lpm
2017 New Bedford Dr.
SUN CITY CENTER
CINDY'S ESTATE SALE
813-967-0416
1832 N. Pebble Beach
Fri 24th&Sat 25th 8-2
Sleeper sofa, clirs, curio,
sofa, coffee & end this,
lamps, T.V. 3 pc ent ctr,
DR tlw/4chrs, thrchr
& ottoman, exercisers,
Qu BR set, dresser, mirror
chest, 2 ngt this, more!
49o Garage, Yard
499 Sales, Etc.

DOVER, 14610 Lovitis
Park Lane, Hwy 574 turn
S. on Sydney Dover, R.
on Downing.R on Nelson
'/2 blk on R. Fri & Sat,
2/24 & 25 8AM-2PM.
Home decor, name
brand women & boys
clothing & shoes, de-
signer purses, Outdoor
toys. & much more
PLANT CITY, 1314 E.
Young St.
YARD/MOVING SALE
Sat only 2/25/06
7AM-3PM


49 Garage, Yard
49 Sales, Etc.

PLANT CITY, DORENE
TERRACE NEIGHBOR-
HOOD ANNUAL SALE,
between N. Park & N.
Wilder Rd, Sat Feb 2/25,
8AM-1PM, Furniture,
Baby Items, Computer,
Phones, Clothes, Misc,
To much To mention.
500-549
Farmer's Market

I Horses &
525 Livestock

POLE BARNS, Garages,
workshops, horse barns
*20x20x9 $ 2,600
'20x30x9 $4,200
*24x24x9 $4,032
'24x40x9 $,6020
Other Sizes Available
LIC# CBC1253330
813-713-2333- 788-3501
W.t H3133,


WANTED!! Horses,
ponies, goats, sheep,
llamas, cattle & any
animals except cats or
dogs. Tack, trailers &
equip. Top prices paid.
Good home. Call Cyndi
now: 813-649-1126
LLAMAS young males &
females, var. of colors,
friendly discount on
pairs. $500 & up. Deliv-
ery avail. 941-587-2896
TURN TO CLASSIFIED'S
Merchandise Columns
Our prices are
on target for you!
Miniature Horses AMHA,
Pintos, Filleys, Stallions,
$800-3000. www.hearts
desireminihorses.com
(727) 849-0260

HOGS & PIGS
FOR SALE
813-763-5933
813-767-3024
TRAILER 1997 WW 2H
bumper pole Trailer,
steel. Great shape, new
tires, $2,500. Call
813-969-4670
LIVESTOCK hauling, fenc-
ing, portable pen. Land
clearing. 813-754-3797
CLASSIFIED WORKS
152 Pastures & I
526 Stalls

Full Board, turn out daily
$275 mo. Bushnell 45
minutes from Tampa.
Call 352-793-4440 leave
message.
15271 Hay & Grain
PEANUT HAY
TIFTON 44
Bahia grass square or
rolls. Call 352- 67-6773
813-714-8802 lyve mess
COW HAY-Fresh cut
Bahia mixed, rolls $25.
Call 813-737-4845
if no answer please
leave message.
550-599
Recreation

560 Motor Homes
560 RV's

18' 1982 Chevy Class C
350 Motor home. Runs
great, no generator.
South Tampa. $3000.
813-326-1134
21' TITAN, strong Chevy
454, needs remodeling,
lots of new parts, runs
reat, $2,500 obo.
813-933-7746
21' WINNEBAGO 1993
New brakes, awning,
blinds; 58K mi, gen, self-
contained. Exc cond.
$19,950 813-404-3571


5601 Motor Homes
RV's
25FT. 2004 Airstream
Safari, 11,600 miles.
$29,500.+ 2004 Dodge-
DurangoSLTHemmi,
tow vehicle.30K miles.
$22,000.941-355-4839.
31' 2002 CHATEAU CLASS
C, 14K mi, gen., air, aw-
ning, like new, $34,000.
WilT consider car for
trade. 813-376-3249
32' '02 Winnebago Adven-
turer 36K mi 2 slides aw-
nings gen sleeps 6,2 tv's
VCR ext wrty to 08/06,
Ford V1O0vg cond no smk
$76K obo 813-671-8852
34' 1995 Georgie Boy 460
Ford, 42K mi, jacks, cam-
era, new tires batteries.
N/S. EXCELLENT. Below
book $23,500.
813-633-3070
34'Fleetwood Flair2003,2
slides 12k miles, all op-
tions & extras, immacu-
late, must see! $65,350
813-949-2429/323-3615
SELLING YOUR CAMPER?
Place an ad in class 562
and see how many buy-
ers pop up
35' 1996 Southwind
w/slide, Ford 461, Banks
Pwr Pack, 52K Mi Jacks,
Camera, 2 A/C, 2 Furn,
Exc Cond. $33,000 obo.
727-787-1690 542-9622
37' 2003 Pace Arrow on
Work Horse Chassis
15Kmi,2slides, W/D,Sd
by sd. Tow pkg. Cherry
cab/slate gran. Loaded,
$128,900 330-338-4886
37' Luxor diesel pusher,
66K mi., Mint condition.
Call for details. $60,000
obo. 813-643-1417 /
813-625-0793
38' 2001 Newmar Dutch
Star, Class A diesel,
2 slide outs. Loaded,
Many Upgrades W/D,
$125K obo -219-608-7349
38FT. 2003 Allegro Bus,
triple slide, 330 cat
diesel pusher w/freight
liner chassis, full body
paint, silversand deluxe
cherry cabintry dinette,
leather sofa and recliner,
full options, excellent
maintenance records,
always garaged! Non
smokers. Asking $139K.
(912) 655-3170.
IM


Sell ourcamera in a snap
wit an ad in class 426!
40' 1999 American Tradi-
tion Diesel Pusher with
diesel gen., A-i cond.,
low mi., asking $90,000.
317-409-3828/509-3223
40' 2005 Holiday Rambler
Ambassador PLQ 4
slides, only used 2mos.
2700 mi. 330 Cummins
Dsl Onan en. Loaded.
Sateflite. Smoke free.
$170K obo863/537-1419
45' '04 Prevost Marathon
XL Loaded, All Acc., 29K,
Beautiful Colors, Cus-
tom Int. Double slide.
New over $1.5Mil, Must
sell due to illness, $795K
727-787-7417
888-Bates RV Nearly 600
Airstream Jayco *
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tampa.
RV PORT in beautiful
Emerald Point RV Park,
Zephyrhills deeded
property. Will fit 40'+
R undercover. FL room
&full bath $69,900
Call Dave 813-759-7643
RVAwningMats.com

REVERSIBLE
RV
MATS
RVAwningMats.com


5 Campers &
5621 Travel Trlrs

28' WELLKEPT 1984 all
original, 2 twin beds, 1
Queen size, good
condition. $2000.
813-740-0665
30' 2005 Premier TT,
super slide ,loaded
clean Going home must
sell $15,500 obo. Can
dei. Cell 518-657-9023
30' FRANKLIN 2002, self
cont, air, rubber roof,
bedroom, sleeps 4.
$10,000. Must sell due to
illness. 813-477-8032
32'2005 Hy Line TT
2 slides, CHA, awning,
W/D, all opt's, loaded.
No reasonable offer re-
fused. Trailer located in
Tampa. 956-207-8794
32' 2006 FRANKLIN Travel
Trailer, Super Slide-out,
W/D, Awning, A/C. New
$17,500 located in Tam-
pa 850-322-7152
32' JAYCO 1999 Eagle
Travel Trailer w/18'
slideout. Seldom used.
Exc cond. Price reduced.
$8500 813-986-5877
32' Premeire 2005 T.T. 14
ft. slidout, self con-
tained. A/C, awning, W/D
$18,200. Davenport, FL
(330)962-3041
33' 1995 Sea Breeze 5th
Wheel, 2 slides, awning,
set up for generator,
very nice $17,500
217-286-0674
34' 2005, manuf. warran-
ty, white washed cabi-
nets, flex steel furn., 1
slide scrnd porch, never
smoked in, exc. cond.
$22,500.727-443-7809
35' 1981 Kountry Aire, 5th
wheel, needs TLC. Hunt-
er's Dream!
$1,800 OBO.
813-884-8580 541-1441
35'Montana 2002 5th whl,
2 slides all upgrades,
model3255RL, new con-
dition, book value 34K.
$27,800/obo. Also
Dodge 1998 2500, deisel
quad cab SLT, loaded,
topper 82k mi, $13,900.
Package deal. $39,700
will separate. Can deliv-
er. Bradenton Call
941-749-1979
37'20055thWheel,3 Elec.
Slides, W/D, CHA
Dishwasher, Awning, Will
Deliver. Located in.utz,
Asking $30,500 obo.
Call 610-470-7039
37' 2005 Country Comfort,
Megaslide, Fr Kitch Qn
Bed, W/D, Loaded,
$16,200 obo 904-823-8985
973-449-2478
39FT. Franklin 2005, 2BR, 2
slides, W/D loaded,
barely used. mmacu
late! Must Sell $21,500
OBO. Cell 518-307-3331.
40' LUXURY 5TH WHEEL
2006,2 slide-outs, 2br's,
sips 7, W/D, self-contain,
central air, many extras,
$25,500 703-599-7179
42'2004 ELITE 5th Wheel 3
slides, fiberglass, 2BR,
many extas. Will deliver.
$30,500 obo (863) 412-
1019 (863) 412-1017
44' 2002 Breckenridge,
Park Model, 3 Slides,
Fully Furnished on Mac-
Dill AFB, Lot 685. $21,900
813-840-1280
VW '95 Euro Van Camper
Auto/AC awning,
stove, sink, frid e,
pop top. 120K miles.
$10,900.941-360-9893.
I Rv I
563 Accessories

POPUP CAMPERS for rent
A/C, Sink, Stove, Frig.
Call Lynn to reserve @
813.546.1827 www.popup
rentalcampers.com
CLASSIFIED WORKS


1565 RV Storage I
Fowler & 1-75 RV's/Boats
Autos, Secure $50/mo.
Happy Traveler RV Park
813-986-3094

S Swimming
580 Pools & Spas

Factory Direct
Iampa
Gulf to BaySpas
813-767-7432N
www.gulftobayspas.com
HOT TUB/SPA, like new, 5
person, 24 jets, cabinet,
digital LED, waterfall,
loaded, sacrifice!
$1,475.813-401-4007
Hot Tub/Spa, never used,
7-8 person, 2 5 HP
pumps, Maint Free cab.
500/gal cover, Ozone,
loaded. $3995
941-756-2901
JACUZZI, 5 SEAT/2
PUMPS, SPA & GAZEBO,
3 yrs old. Paid $10K new,
Sell $1500.813-948-4728

SUNDANCE SPA 2005
Cameo seats 6. 38 hy-
drojets-450 gal. ExI
cond. $9900 new. $4900
OBO 941-761-8792
WE MOVE SPAS
ANYTIME24/7.
We service any Spa.
813-625-0165
DEMO HOMESITES
WANTED NOW! For the
NEW Kayak Pool! The
On-Ground Pool with
In-Ground Features!
Unique Opportunity.
SAVE $$. Call
( 866)348-7560 FREE
ESTIMATES! Financing.
Saunas &
581 Tanning
Equip
WOLFF TANNING BEDS
Buy Direct and Save!
Full Body units from $22
a month! FREE Color
Catalog CALL TODAY!
(800)842-1305
www.np.etstan.com.
j1584 Boats
14' Holder Sailboat 1984,
with sail, Trailer includ-
ed. Good condition.
$1,500 OBO. Call
811-884-8580 *541-1441
14' South Seas fiberglass
skiff. Garage kept. 15hp
Tohasu, recently tuned
up. Trolling motor. Bat-
tery, trailer. Extras.
$2100.813-243-9457
16' x 48'W Tracker 2003
w/trlr, 25HP Marc, Low
Hrs, only used in fresh
water, Troll Motorset up
for Spec fishing.2 Fish
Finders, Maney Extras!
$4000 firm. 813-967-7323
Adertise!
Coal 865-4437
18' 1995 REGAL, 4.3L V6
Mercruiser I/O mtr, trai-
ler, priced to sell, needs
work, great possibilities
$3,500.813-417-3623
19' 1986 COBIA, 1.4L4cyl
Mercruiser I/O motor
and trailer, usable as is,
must sell, $2,500.
813-417-3623 '
19' 2003 Century Bay
boat, 115HPYamaha4
stroke engine, Very low
hrs. Bimini fishfinder,
2 bait wells, trailer.
$15,000.813-477-2847
19.2 Bonito CC Shoal V-
haul. 99 Johnson 150hp
Reb. pwr head, galv trir
Can demo. $3500. Call
Jim, Ruskin, 645-7228
20' 1988 Pro Line w/115
Mariner Engine Like
New, Trailer Included,
Boat in Water, $4,500
813-885-2001
CLASSIFIED WORKS


1584 Boats |
20' Pontoon Boat, 1990,
55hp Yamaha. Trailer in-
cluded. $2000.
813-244-1581
21'Contender T-Top,cntr
console 250 Yamaha, 2
bait wells, GPS, fish find-
er & more. $25K.
813-629-5423
21' Hewes 2004 Redfish,
225 HDPI, 96 Hrs, War-
ranty /09, trolling mo-
tor, Trailer, live wells,
$38,500 .941-650-3959
21.6' Seapro 2000, center
console, 150 Yamaha
saltwater series motor.
220Rs, all electronics,
fishfinder, aluminum
trailer, marina kept
since new. Exc cond.
$15,500. After 6pm call
813-685-6555
23' 1988 Correct Craft
Fish Nautique w/trailer,
new Crusader 330 hp,
immaculate $23,500.
FL Mark 352-771-8924
23' 1989 Larson Walka-
round Cuddy, 175'merc,
bimini topside crtns
electronics dual batt/
switch, 2002 alum. float-
on trir, great shape,
$5500. 813-657-9470 -
Valrico
23'1995 Mako 232 CC with
1999 Yamaha 225 hp.
Loaded, T-Top, Stored
Dry, Exc Condt. $24,500
06 (813) 690-8570
23.5 FT 1981 Spacecraft,
Cuddy 305 Chevy, Volvo,
I/O, great fish boat,
runs perfect! $2,600.
Call 813-508-1892.
26'2004 SEA RAY Sundan-
cer 240 Like new 137
hours, transf. warranty
thru May 2010. Incl Gar-
min FF and Garmin GPS
Full canvas package all
saftey equip ment.
$59,000 (813) 39-2820
26FT. 1994 Regal Leisure
Cat Mercury 200 HP,
trailer 2 ax e/brks.
$17,500 OBO.
Call 813-545-7984.
27' Grady White 1998 Sail-
fish, Twin 225 Yamaha's,
Charts, Fish Finder, One
-Owner, Low Hrs, Full
Canvas, $52,500.
941-383-4656
27' SEARAY SUNDANCER
1997, twin 200hp 1/0.260
hrs, loaded, stored hi &
dry, no bottom paint,
$33,900 813-417-9969
28'5" Chaparral 27
Signature 1999 crui-r.
sleeps 4, head, ,31ii,.
full canvas, bimrni top
300 hours clan Moved
must sell $29,500 (941)
685-9374
29' Triton 2003, CC, twin
250 Yamaha HPBI, less
than 300 hrs, engine
warranty 08/09; furuno
electronics, loads of
extras, must see.
$79,900.727-367-0214
32' 2001 CENTURY, twin
250 yamaha, awesome
boat, fully loaded, low
hrs $48,500/obo.
813-505-4865
32' 2003 SeaRay Sundan-
cer, Model 320DA, twin
320 Merc I/O, gen, com-
plete svc records, fresh
water kept, exc cond,
$134,500.941-812-5946
33' FOUR WINNS 2005 328
Vista New cond, 53 hrs,
twin Volvo Penta
5.7GXI/DP, warranty,
loaded, stored Hi-Dry.
Motivated seller.
**$149,900. OBO**
*813-514-2900 ext 302*
36' Carver Aft.cabin, 1983,
Great live-aboard, air,
heat & generator. very
g ood cond. $39,500 firm.
(941) 761-9081
WEED out your old lawn
mower with an ad in
class 460!


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Tampa 8702 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Valrico 3236 Lithia -Pinecrest Rd.
Tampa 4479 Gandy Blvd. Wesley Chapel 5351Village Market
America's Supermarket' Tampa 5715 Gunn Hwy. Zephyrhills 36348 S.R. 54
Tampa 2540 Bearss Ave. Seffner 725 N. Grove Cir.
Apollo Beach 6188 U.S. 41 Tampa 8438 N. Armenia Ave.
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5841 Boats I
SEADOO/TRAILER '96 GTI
3seatrblteng '03
(813) 269-8166

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

I5 Boat Slips -
S Storage
HARBOUR ISLAND BOAT
SLIP Garrison Channel,
floating dock, can ac-
commodate small to
large boats with shore
power. 813-831-4522
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+ /mo. Secured loc'n
813-684-9171
Outdoor Storage, 5515
Causeway Blvd RVs,
Boats, Cars Trucks Trlrs.
Brandon/Valrico/
Riverview 813-220-1538
Harbour Island Boat Slip
Park Crest. Avail to any-
one 14K lb lift $85K Gail
Bernucca "251-8002
Coldwell Banker
SLIPS FOR SALE OR
LEASE. Pasadena Yacht
& Country Club.
727-381-7922 xt 12.

Marine
586 Supplies &
Repairs
BOATLIFT & cradle, the
finest alum. boatlift &
stainless hardware, 8-
24Klb, prof'lI install.
avail. (remote -avail.).
Pateco Manufacturer,
Inc.727-397-8130
TRAILER, 17' Dual PWC.
Excellent Condition
Lights, spare, swivel
jack. $450 813-948-2757

BATTERIES, Marine Led
Acid, Recondition with
new battery warranty.
Markey Battery Inc.
813-657-0454/267-7830
600-649
Transportation

Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
Bay Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warrarny
Auto/ Boat/ RV
813-926-9994
ENGINE-Ford 5.0 350HP,
onew cam gear driven,
lots of chrome, Holly
750, very fast, $3,500
obo.813-933-7746
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z. Guaranteed
quality work. Your place
or mine. Call Rob
813-610-1535
TRUCKTOPPER- White Fi-
berglass for '03 Long
Bed Chewvy, Sliding Side
Wins Like new Pd $1K
sell $400 813-967-7323

7 I Utility I
62 Trailers
16' CAR HAULING TRAIL-
ER new tires & lights,
wiih ramps. IncI spare &
tongue jack. $1250
813-493-4147
20'TRAILER for heavy du-
ty equipment like new,
bumper pull, 4' dove tail,
ramps + extras.
$1,850obo 813-780-2348
2001 PACE 24'L 7'W6'6H,
ramp door, side walk-in
door, battery lighting,
Spaneling, roof vent.
5800813-926-0203
40' All Alum Trr, used as
mobile store. A/C Tile
Firs, 3 sets of dbf drs.
Brand New 10K lb. axle.
$9K obo 813-477-1959
6x12x2 Never used- 15"
wheel w/gate $825. Oth-
ers avail. Go to: reliable
weldingandsteelsupply
.corn 813-237-0 10
7'x12' Enclosed, Chero-
kee, 2004, Ramp Door
Sides Door, Set up for I
Motorcycles, $2,950 obo
727-534-3170F o
CLASSIFIED WORKS


I 529 Trucks Lightl

ABSOLUTELY MUST SELL,
Ford 2005 F250 crew cab
lowmi, powerstoke
deisel Like New. MAKE
OFFER Call Richard
813-477-8184 afte 9 pm
813-757-6587
DODGE 1996 SLT 1500
Fiberglass cap, 5.9 auto,
new tires, a/c leather
Interior $4500/obo.
813-473-3664
Dodge2003 RAM SLT2500
Quadcab, LB, h.o. Cum-
mins diesel red & slvr,
27k mi, 106k mi. warr.
$23,700.727-573-0136
DODGE 2004 Ram 1500
SLT, quad cab, exc.
cond. loaded, blk, 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.
Dodge 2004-Ram 1500,
Quad cab, SLT pkg, Bik
w/ rey int, exc. condo ,
17,600-mi. $19,500.
813-766-3654/ 653-3570
FORD 1987 F250 XLT Die-
sel, ext. cab, long bed
good work truck. $2,000
obo. 352-540-1633

FORD 2000 F250 Lariat
Ext. Cab, V8 diesel, exc
cond, AC, auto, $14,000.
813-323-8584
FORD 2001 F150 V6, 75K
miles, auto, AC, exc
cond, new tires. $9,000.
813-323-8584
FORD 2001 RANGER 38K
mi., auto, A/C, bedliner,
garage kept, tool box,
exc. cond. no accidents.
$7,600.813-600-8007
FORD 2003 Ranger Edge,
14,800 mi. V6, auto, AC,
1 owner, mint cond.
$11,800 813-681-8050

GMC 2000 1500 Sierra
SLT, loaded, 65k miles,
excellent -condition
$12,000 obo. Call Bill
27-656-3413.
NISSAN 2000 FRONTIER
ext cab silver, auto,
cold AC, radio/cass,
clean, ndn-smkr 75K mi
$6400813-960-8935
Toyota 2003 Prerunner
EX, auto, green, CD,
pw/pl, map lights, new
tires 38K mi, $12,900.
352-799-4939
TOYOTA 2003 Tundra
Limited 4 WD 46,000
miles, Black w/tan inte-
rior.a20,500
813-355-6564
In Trucks |
6"" Heavy Duty

CHEVY 2002 Silverado
2500 LT Loaded diesel,
$17K obo 813-926-6208

CHEVY 2003 SILVERADO
1500 EXT CAB. 37K
miles. $17,500. Pewter
ext./charcoal int. 8
cy, auto, 2 Wheel Drive.
Fully loaded, excellent
condition 17" rims
Call Doug: 727-278-6947.
Dodge 2000 Ram 1500,
Club Cab, 4-WD, auto,
green, loaded, all power,
exc. cond! Very clean!
$9400. (813)653-1754
TRUCKS, 1989 FORD 1 ton.
flat bed. $4500. 1985 In-
ternational flat bed 2 ion
$4500. 42 foot lo-boy hy-
draulic ramp 9000.
1995 Chevy 4X4 Pick-up
$4000. 1989 Dodge van
15 passenger $2100.
DUETZ Tractor 65 HP
$4500.813-737-3866. -
16311Vans I
CHEVY 1998 VENTURE LS-
EXTENDED 7 PASSEN-
GER, VIN#:
1gndx03e8wd238532
plevensi iuno.com
(813) 975-1549
CHEVY 2001 VANTERRA
Turtle Top 66,000 mi, 19'
Aerodynamic Bus Dnrives
like a car electric side
door grey walnut interi-
or $19,800(727) 815-9515
You'll find value buys ad-
vertised in classified


1631 Vans I
CHEVY 2004 Venture. 7
passloctronics sec, V6,
27,400 mi. power win-
dows, mirrors.Excellent
$11,100.727-631-1997
CHEVY 2005 Express Ext
2500 29Kml, remote
start Colby alarm sys,
pwr locks cruise. Sac.
$15,500727-863-1700
DODGE 1995 3/Ton Cargo,
Auto Air CD Runs
Great, V8, Shelves
Racks, Hitch $2,506
813-385-%949
Dodge 1997 2500 Conver.,
114K mi., V8, C, very
clean, 4 capt chrs, be
drives & looks great
$3,650.813-600-8007
Dodge 2001 Grand Cara-
van Sport, 52k mi, CD, 4
drs, stereo, good cond,
$8600. 4235 Henderson
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
FORD 1999 Winstar 84K
mi, 3 dr, Very Clean,
Tint, A/C, Pwr Wins, CD,
New tires 7 passenger,
$3900.813-334-4076
Ford 2000 Windstar SE
Gold ext. Fully loaded,
Ithr, DVD capt seats,
auto, 84K, new tires,
$6400.813-841-2486
FORD 2000 Windstar load-
edv Ithr, all power, CD,
video great cond., 85K
mi. $7,300.813-760-5112

FORD 2000 WINDSTAR LX
102K mi, Steel Blue, Very
Clean, New Brakes
$6,400 (813) 655-0792

Ford 2000 Windstar,
$4900, 99K miles Tan
alarm system. Cold AC.
Very clean.
813-335-9794
FORD 2002 E150 66k mi,
New Tires, Good Condi-
tion. A/C works great.
$12,900813-597-5626

HONDA 2004 ODYSSEY
26,500 mi, White, Leath-
er, Excellent cond, ri
owner, $23,500. Must
Sell,(813) 477-2435
MERCURY 2000 VILLAGER
90K mi, 6 Cyl., Full
Loaded, Leather, Great
Cond. $8,288., Must Go
(352)476-7041
MERCURY 2000 VILLAGER
Estate, 54,000 mi,
Excellent cond.,
$11,000
(813) 907-5747
NISSAN 1996 QUEST Sil-
ver, Auto., 6 Cyl. $3,200
(813)849-2612

PLYMOUTH 1998 VOYAG-
ER, exc. mechanically,
very clean, all svc re-
cords, ice cold air, ask-
ing $2,500.813-806-0552
PONTIAC 1998 Transport-
fully loaded, all power,
white, extra clean, 74 mi,
runs great $3900 obo.
813.932.9527813.389.0617
Toyota 1998 Sienna LE,
well equip: dual sliders,
capt chrs, CD, dual A/C,
roof rack. 1 owner.
$6500.813-789-5737.
TOYOTA SIENNA LE 2005
VAN loaded gray, w/d
locks.AM/ FCD, only
6k miles. $21,500 firm
(863)8595482
I 2 Sport Utility
|6"32 | Vehicles

BMW X5 2002 L2 BL/2 TONE
GRY, Email pictures,
33.9 mi 528,500.
813-355-7588

CHEVY 1998 Tahoe, 4 dr,
2WD, all options, exc
cond. Orig owner, well
maint. $10,500 obo.
813-476-5036,929-9403
Web 132994



CHEVY 1999 Tahoe one
owner, completely load-
ed, 5.7L, well main-
tained, garage kept,
$8900.727-946-1048.
CLASSIFIED
IS ACCESSIBLE


21 Sport Utility
S Vehicles
CHEVY 2001 TAHOE
$15,000, 75k mi, White,
Leather Interior,
CD/Sat, 20" Chrome
Wheels, Fully Loaded.
(800)280-607 ext.11'2
CHEVY TAHOE LT 2004
16,000 mM, Black, Tan
Leather 3rd Row Seat,
Onstar,M 2WD,Tow

Chev 2004 Suburban LT
1500,4WD, 35K mi., Red,
loaded, sunroof, Bose
stereo, ext. warranty
$31,006.813-654-0066
CHEVY 2004 TAHOE LT
29K mi, Silver, SUV, Auto
Trns, Tan Lthr Int,
AM/FM/XM/CD w/5CD
in dash, ONSTAR sys
w/cell phone, alarm,
strong whI stereo cont,
TV/DVD combo
w/hdphones, roof rack,
running boards
(813)382-9164
CHEVY 2005 BLAZER ZR2
12,000 mi, Blue, Sports
Utility, Auto., 4 WD, 6
Cyl $17,000. All options
w/sunroof. 4X4 factory
wide stance package.
selling wholesale,
bought new impalla SS.
(35 797-5598
DODGE 1999 Durango,
106K mi., Great Condi-
tion. $7,500 obo. Call
813-323-0100 or
813-870-9509 Call either
numberafter2pm.
DODGE 2004 Durango
Hemi AC 3rd row seats,
Ithr, subwoofer, tow
pkg orig owner. $18,995
pf$34K 813-741-3167
FORD 1999 Expedition, E.
Bauer 4x4,loaded, Lthr,
119K, NewTrans &Tires
Well Maint, Exc Cnd
$8950813-960-9729
FORD 2001 Explorer Eddie
Bauer Fully loaded, sun-
roof, power, CD & 6 disc
ch r, back-up sensors.
$9,00813-244-2283
Web #95569



FORD 2003 Eddie Bauer
Expedition, 53K mi. fully
loaded, good cond.
$20,700 813-391-4965

FORD 2004 Explorer XLT
4x4 V6,7 pass, 4dr, Au-
to Bik, Tan Int, FM 6CD
Chgr, 28K, Clean $15,400
obo 352-428-2777
Isuzu 1993 Trooper, A/C,
cruise, great shape,
towing package. Runs
excellent! $2900.
Call 813-220-8021.
JEEP 1998 CHEROKEE
SPORT, Blue, manual
128K mi., cold A/C, all
pwr, exc. cond. $3,500
OBO. 813-787-9282
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.
LEXUS 2003 GX470, auto
sunroof, fully loaded,
Navigation, 44K, Tan
Ithr, Mint cond. $32,900.
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 BENZ 2003 ML
500,28Kmi,PL, PW, sun-
root, navigation sports
pk, cruise heated
sets, still under factory
warr. $31,500. For more
info call 813-433-4042
MERCURY 1999 MOUN-
TAINEER 69K mi, Auto, 2
WD, 8 Cyl. Leather
Loaded Rear Air, Dual
Stereo $7,995, Must See,
Luxury, (813)988-9815
Nissan 1998 Pathfinder
XE Excellent, must see
to appreciate $4200
obo.813-920-2415

Want Ads


Sport Utility
SVehicles

NISSAN 2003 Pathfinder
V6 Immaculate, Merlot,
36k mi, Loaded, $16,700.
Bank will loan 100% of
$19,000! 813-763-7636
16351 Motorcycles |
HARLEY 1986 FXR Low
Rider, gorgeous! Only
11K m & looks It! many
extras, super condition
$7,500.813-949-1235
HARLEY 1988 FXR Custom
paint, lots of chrome,
exc cond, extras $9,800
Must See! 813-684-6160
Nights 813-684-5737
HARLEY 1992 FLSTC Heri-
tage Softail. Too sweet
to list all extras. Runs
perfect. Custom.
10,000.813-426-6354
HARLEY 1997 FatBoy
Lowered with alot of
Chrome. $5K service
work done. $9000 obo
352-346-4488
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1998
- SPORTSTER. red black
Screamin Eagle Dioes.
mnan e\tras. runs great,
$5,400. (352; 666-0,6
HARLEY 1998 Dyna wide
glide; red pearl, 6k mi,
like new, engine guard,
fog lamps, windshield,
$11k.813-968-4038
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1999
883 SPORTSTER, 1,500
miles, lots of chrome,
like new asking $5,000.
813-376-3249
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2001
CUSTOM SPORTSTER
5400 miles. Mint Condi-
tion. Detachable
windsheild, saddle
bags engine bars, LOTS
OF CHROME, custom
pipes, plus original
pipes.S8500
(813)205-9778
HARLEY 2001 Road King
Exc. cond., factory cus-
tom paint, silver w/ pur-
pleflames,too many ex-
tras to list. $13,300.
813-426-6008
Harley 2005 1200 Custom
$16K;nrveSted. IOK mi.
shield, bagS. xira chrome.
too much to list. $1 1,900
obo. 727-433-0187
Web #125595


HARLEY 2005 Electra
Glide. Showroom cond.,
black stereo CD, fact.
sec. 12653 mi.,pricedto
sell $17,500.813-624-6831
HARLEY 2005 Softail Heri-
tage Classic Peace Offi-
cer Special. Puel-inj., se-
curity, Stage I, Scream-
ing Eagle pipes, extra
chrome, 7 yr ext wrrty,
garage kept, $17,700.
813-831-4922
KAWASAKI 1999 KX100
excellent shape, new
pipe, new tires new
Cars very clean $1350.
863-581-7914
KAWASAKI 1999 KX250

Exc Cond, Must Sell
$1750(813)503-6751


KTM 2001125SX
dirt bike, very fast,
garage kept. $1800

Roketa 150CC Scooter,
New, 50 + Mph, Florida
title, Forced Sale!
$1500/obo
813-684-0977
Sportster 2004 Custom
1200; less than 300
miles, wife's bike.
$8,700. Call
813-758-2943.
Suzuki 2002 GSX 600R, 4K
miles, blk/yel, Yoshimu
ra exhaust. Undertail
lights. Reduced Price!
$4900.727-804-1721.
SUZUKI 2005 Hayabusa
Better than new, 3K Mi
$9,950 863-294-3113
863-206-1155
407-492-5058
Suzuki DRZ 250 2002.
$2500 obo. Like new
barely ridden, electric
start. Land 0 Lakes
813-476-5030, 929-9403
Web #148250

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16351 Motorcycles I
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any c'nd. We pay
cash. Top $5. Will pck
up. Sales'Ser ,'Part 8
Acc. 813-628-4797
THROTTLE FACTORY
1636 Golf Carts I
GOLF-CART-BATTERIES
Recondition with new
battery warranty.
Markey Battery Inc.
813-657-0454/267-7830
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 Buy, Sell
Trade 813-633-7843

640 Vehicles
S Wanted
CASH PAID For Cars
Running or Not! We'll
come pick it up!
Paying a little bit more!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535

CASH TODAY!
For Cars, Trucks & Vans
Running Or Not.
813-728-7979 .
WE BUY CARS Trucks,
Rv's. Real Top $$, CASH
Today! Any Condition.
Free Removal 24 hrs.
Call Alex 813-710-2720
$$ CASHSSS
For Cars, Trucks & Vans
Any Price/Any Time
CAL ME FIRST!
727-505-3882
WANTED
JUNK CARS
Running or Not!
Call 727-364-5125
1 Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
Buick 1987 GrandI Nation-
al GNX Clone, MINT con-
dition! Muscle-Show car
58k miles! $17,500
813-928-9025
CHEVY 1923 TOURING SE-
DAN, rolling chassis,
body disassembled,
$2,800 invested, make
offer or trade for motor-
cycle. 813-494-6412
CHEVY 1934 Roadster, Kit
Car, 383 Pol Tune port,
700 R4, needs comp.
$25K invested $17,500 or
trade Car Truck or RV.
727-863-1899
FORD 1964 F100 pick-up.
Runs and driveable.
Good condition. $6000
or best offer.
813-986-7856
JAGUAR 1969 XKE4.2LSe-
ries 2 Excellent Condi-
tion. $28,495
Leave a message at

MERCEDES 1972 350SL
Runs, 2tops, 4.5L V8,
garage, recent svc,
SerN 226. $7300.
(813) 767-0618
Ron's Auto Restoration
1929-2000, Full & Partial
Rust repair & complete
paint 727,533-8970

TRIUMPH 1980TR8, lots
of new parts, partially
restored, runs & drives.
Best offer. 813-685-5958,
684-3475.
649 Automobiles
649 | For Sale -

AAA Rated Donation. Do-
nate Your Car. IRS De-
ductible. Free Pick-
up/Tow. Any Mod-
el/Condition. Help Un-
derprivileged Children.
.OUTREACHCEN-
TER.ORG1-800-693-7911
ACURA LEGEND 1988108k
mi cold a/c, 2dr, black,
auto $1200. Must Sell!
813-966-7553

ACURA 2000 TL 83k mi,
Blue,SedanAuto.,6CyL.
$11k Good Cond Acura
Maint. (727) 385-1927
ACURA 2004 TL A-Sec, 6
spd w/navigation. lack
&Tan, 1 owner Factory
Warranty $28,900
941-356-7639
BMW 1995 7401,
white/tan Ithr, 109k mi,
new motor, 76k mi, sporf
wheels, exc cond,
$11,500.813-601-2010
BMW 1999 323177,666 mi,
Silver Convert pristine
$19,450 (813) 244-9594

BMW 1999 528i Svr, Non-
Smoker Auto V6, Lthr,
Sunrf, Pwr Win/Seats,
Looks & Runs Like New!
$12,995obo 813-766-2582
BMW 2000 328- Silver
w/greyint,.sport &
premium pack. Like new.
517,500.727-580-7778.
Buick 1992 Roadmaster,
98K miles., white wit
burgand lleatner int.,
exc. condition! $3.950.
Call (813) 989-3937.
CLASSIFIED
WORKS


649 1Automobiles
For Sale
BUICK 1994 Lesabre Ltd.
while w/blue leather all
power. 165k mi. VGCI
lust serviced & tuned
$2500.8138413071.
Buick 2000 Centuryvery
clean all power options,
excellent condition in &
out. Must sell. $7,300
OBO. Call 813-270-3028
BUICK 2000 LeSabre Cus-
tom 1 owner, 44K ml It
bronze mist metallic,
nice cond taupe cloth
int. $8,900 813-633-5335
BUICK 2003 CENTURY
White, 4/dr Sedan, 15K
miles Asking $10,900 or
BO. (716) 940-6727

CADILLAC 1980 Eldorado,
cust conv't. blue, Ithr
int. good cond. runs
good $1000 obo.
813-270-5920
CADILLAC 1997 Catera,
74K mi. white, tan
leather interior, V6,
$5500813-597-5626

CADILLAC 2003 DeVille
White Diamond 33K mi,
b-2-b warr 50K mi or
11/12/07. N/S, loaded!
garaged. Exc cond.
$23,900 813-642-9029
CHEVY 1996 IMPALA SS,
black cherry, grey leath-
er, V8 engine tint,
alarm, $12,800.
813-265-9608
CHEVY 2001 Cavalier
Sport 2dr, Super Clean,
84,000 mi Tint, Alarm,
Power Wins. Cold A/C
$4300 firm 813-334-4076
CHEVY 2003 Cavalier LS
SSport, 17k miles garage
kept, beautiful condi-
tion, moving must sell.
$8900.727-946-1048.
CHEVY 2006 COBALT
Black, mint cond, 1500
mi, tint, auto, CD player.
Absolutely great shape.
$14,300 813-390-7433
CHRYSLER 1994 Concord
LX V6 PW, PL, leather
seats, clean. Tow pack-
age $2400 Ask for Eddie
813-431-4967
CORVETTE 2004
Convertible, Auto, 20K
Mi. Triple Black,
813-477-7907
CORVETTE 2005 new
cherry red met Naviga-
tion on-star XM raoio
and more. 6k mi., $46K
obo. 813-259-1195.
Web #78852



DODGE 2003 SRT-4 52K
mi, Stereo, Tint, 2.4L
Turbo, Good Condition,
$12990
813-957-5867
DODGE 2005 SRT-4
13K mi., sunroof, tint,
2.4L turbo, exc. cond.
Hwy mi., no modificat'ns
$17,000.813-997-7996
Fleetwood 1994 Braum,
ow mileage, clean,
leather int, white. Elder-
ly owned. $10,000.
813-837-4411
FORD 1991 MUSTANG GT
Manual, w/accessories.
Runs good 149K mil Ex-
tra parts, Asking $3200
813-928-0654
FORD 1994 Mustang 5.0
V8, Convert, Auto, 77K
orig. mi. Exc. Cond. Car-
fax Cert. Beautiful! BIk,
$5800 obo 813-677-2212
Web #72894



Ford 1997 Escort 4 dr. El-
derly owned. $5000.
813-837-4411
FORD 1999 Mustang
Cobra SVT Conv't
loaded, garaged, extra
clean, 49.8K mi. $14,700,
727-423-1673
FORD 2001 Focus 4dr,
Great on Gas, Looks
Great, 87,400 miles,
$6,060 obo
352-683-1867
FORD 2005 MUSTANG
Sonic Blue, 17K mi,
$16,900. Call Jason
813-494-7789

FORD 2006 Mustang De-
luxe V6, AT 6CD, Black
w/charcoal leather int
alloys, 2200 mi. $21,000
obo.813-681-9716
HONDA 1993 Del Sol, hard
to find hardtop convert-
ible, black 155k mi runs
great, automatic, $3600
obo. 813-662-2540.
HONDA CIVIC 1994. Only
$500! Police Impounds!
For listings call
1-800-749-8116 Ext. 4880
Honda 1994 Civic, $500
Must Sell! For listing:
800-749-8167,
ext. C752

HONDA 1997 ACCORD LX,
power everythingextra
clean. $4,895 obo. LEXUS
1995 GS300. Touring.
$5.775 obo.813-887-3933
HONDA 2003 Civic Si
60,000 mi wheels.
lowered, exhaust, TV.
sound sys.$L700d obo
813-299-4053
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49For Sale
HONDA 2003 S-2000
7800 mi., garage kept, 7
yrs/100lK mi. wrrty, Su-
zuki blue spoiler pkg.
$26,000.863-465-9999
HONDA 2004 Accord LX,
23k mi, auto, 1 owner,
factory warranty,
white/tan exc cond.
$16,900-.813-240-5326
90 HONDA ACCORD EX
POLICE IMPOUND! Only
$1000! 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
HYUNDAI 2000 Elantra
GLS, sedan 4dr, 35K
miles, exc cond, $5200.
(941) 812-5946
Infiniti 1999 130, auto,
Bose sys., sunroof, Ithr,
PD, PW, P/seats, side
airbags, Exc cond.
$6995.813-766-2582

Want Ads
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
813-908-8503
Jaguar 2004 S-Type, 3.0,
11k miles, quartz grey,
$25,000.813-839-5577

LEXUS 2003 SC430 Road-
ster 28K miles, warran-
ty Cdarfax, na, NS new
$67,000, offered at
$45,000.813-220-5204
LINCOLN 2001 LS Sedan,
Auto, sunroof, dark
gray tinted windows,
goodcond. $12200
813-877-6970 758-1610
MAZDA 1999 Millenia 85k
mi, BIk w/Gray Ithr int
Dual Pwr Seats Sunrf,
Loaded. Runs & Looks
Exc! $6950 813-689-4065
Web #132187



MAZDA 1999 PROTEGE
120,000 mi, Green,
Sedan 5 Speed, 2 WD, 4
Cy 2600, Must Sell
(813)326-9579
Mazda 2002 MiataSpecial
Edition. Graphite
w/blacktop,sattle
brown leather interior,
all options. 23K mi.
$16,000.863-385-8779.
MAZDA 2002 TRIBUTE LX,
6cyl, sand beige, no ac-
cidents. looks runs exc.
$8,950. $4,000 below
book value 813-842-4037

MERCEDES-BENZ
19813805L convert 39,742
mi, Classic car, $19,450
813-244-9594
Mercedes 1983 380sl,
black. 2 tops, New con-
vertibletop 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-BENZ 1998
500 SL AMG Sport,
$28,000 Silver Convert-
ible with both tops, 19k
mi, New SL55 Wheels,
Immaculate condition
(800) 280-6070 ext.112
MERCEDES 2003 S600
AMG sport pkg, 29K mi,
keyless go, phone, navi-
gation,CD factory war-
ranty AC/heated seats,
wood steering every
option avail. Pristine
cond! The best of the
best! Only $69,900.
727-647-2177
MERCEDES 2004 SL500
$73,900. 22k mi, mas-
sage seats, silver
w/black interior. Sara-
sota car 203-631-2726
Web#109310

1"aBc Buy

MERCEDES BENZ 2005
C230 4dr Ithr, 6spd, 12K
mi sunrf, heated seats,
6Cb chngr tinted wind.
$33,000 81-495-6954
MERCEDES 2005 320CLK
Coupe, Pewter, Char-
coal Leather, 15K
$35,500 Carrollwood
813-935-5596 240-2707
MERCEDES 2005 C230
Kompressor Sport pkg,
12K, Ithr, sunrf, auto, CD,
1 owner, mint cond. Non
Smoker. $27,900. Bran-
don area. 813-215-2685
MERCURY 2002 GRAND
MARQUIS LS. Only
34,000 miles. Moonroof,
Leather, TIr hitch, Al-
ways garaged. $10,900.
813-634-4444
MITSUBISHI 1997 3000 GT
VR4, mint condition,
leather int, moon roof,
just serviced $16,500.
813-695-9852, 928-1873.
MITSUBISHI 1998 3000 GT
SL, Red, Tan Lthr Sunrf,
Pwr Seats, Tini, New
Tires/Chrm Rims, Trans
w/warr. Tilt & cruise.
$8K obo 727-709-1215


69 nAutomobiles
4 For Sale
Mitsubishi 2002-2003
Eclipse GT Ithr Infinity
sound syst, dual tronics,
ps, pw,pl, pwrsunrf, low
miles, Exc ond $11,900
813-837-6623
NISSAN 1988 300ZX, red,
show paint, 98K mi. runs
like new, $2600
813-850-1574

NISSAN 1988 Pulsar red
coupe, t-bar roof, new
tires, auto, AC, 74k, exc
cond. Garaged, origown
$2850.813-634-0707.

NISSAN 1995 2405X
auto, good A/C, $3300,
813-249-9625
NISSAN 1996 MAXIMA,
alum rims, gold, brand
new paint lob & brakes
sunrf,allpwr,cd player,83
k mi. $570.813.4943724
NISSAN 1998 ALTIMA GXE
4dr, 5spd all power
leather, 68k, cd, good
condition $500/5obo.
813-323-7315
NISSAN 2001 MAXIMA
Well kept, 96K mi, Ext
warr, tint, car bra, pearl
white cloth int. $8950.
813.961.2891
Nissan 2003 Maxima SE,
well maintained. Looks
good & runs great.
$14500
Joe 813-28-4732
NISSAN 2004 Maxima SL
Exc cond great buy, tan,
fully loaded, Ithr,premi-
um Bose sys. $20,900
813-926-1875 760-1865
NISSAN 2005 350Z Conv.
AutO, Side Air Bags,
6,000 Mi, N/S Garaged,
Loaded, MinI. $32,50
727-394-8484
PONTIAC 1987 TransAM
GTA new crate motor,
5.7TPI auto, all power,
ext blk, beige Int exc
cond. 74K ong mi. $5500
obo. 813-663-0335
Pontiac 1989 Firebird,
PW, PL, white, AC, de-
pendable, runs well.
$1400.
813-503-9737
PONTIAC2002 Grand Prix,
V6, 4DR GT old, tan
Ithr, all pwr, Co, newer
tires & bat, 66K, garaged
$9500 813-833-7647
Rolls Royce 1989 Cor-
niche I1 garage kept,
runs great, looks awe-
some. Serious inquiries
only. $85,000. Bring your
own Grey Poupon!
813-382-8888
SATURN 2002 SC1 Sunrf
new brakes, new tires, 1
owner, 70k mi, exc cond.
KBB $6100- Asking
$5700.813-486-1811
SUZUKI 2003 Aerio SX,
32K mi, stick shift fully
loaded, mint cond, un-
der warr. $9,995obo NO
DEALERS 727-488-9638
TOYOTA 1994 Camry
White, Auto CD, Spiler,
1 Owner, Low Miles,
Very Clean. ,300
813-886-1498 *9W1-2575
TOYOTA 1994 Camry 4
door, 124k mi, good
tires green, air CD,
$250b. Ask for jerry.
813-855-8300
Toyota 2002 Solara,33K
mi., auto, white, CD &
cass., all pwr, Nice tires,
spoiler, Looks clean.
$5900. (727) 239-6844
TOYOTA 2003 Corollo S,
56K mi. auto, 4DR, pdl,
pw, pm CD/cass, spoil-
er, while, looks clean,
$7900,727-239-5633
VOLVO 1990 740 auto, 4dr
141k, new exhaust, new
brakes, new belt, total
tune up, Good cond.
$2099813-653-3038
VOLVO 2001 C-70 COUPE
Rare Titanium Ed. Leath-
er, premium sound sys
performance tires. $20K
813-495-0440Web
#107013



VW 1995 CABRIO convert-
ible, black with silver
leather interior, garage
kept, good condition,
$3,950.352) 688-6588
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) 926-9912
VW 2000 Beetle GLS 1.8L
Turbo Silver, Auto,
Loaded, Fact. Alarm Sys,
46,300 mi, 2nd Owner,
Exc. Cond. $9800 obo
813-707-0848
VW 2000 Jetta GLS Dark
Blue, Grey Int, Auto,
Pwr, CD, Sunroof, Al-
loys, 71K, Very Clean
Car, $7,995 813-394-5070
VW 2002 Beetle GLS, dir
svc'd, ext. warr, rare
color Luna, auto moon
roof, CD, alloys, 45K mi.
$12,900.727-455-6128
$500! Police Impounds,
Hondas, Chevys
Toyotas, Etc. From $500
for listings
800-749-8167, ext. 4124






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03 Mercury Grand Marquis LS 04 Ford Ranger 04 Chevy Monte Carlo SS 05 Lincoln Town Car
Black On Black, Beautiful Ride #251001A ....................$9,205 Flareside, PW, PL, CD #P7167 $12,790 Dale Jr. Edition #25L164B $17,928 Signature Series, Leather, V8 #261875A...................$24,472
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00 Ford Mustan 0 03 Ford Fl50 Lariat 04 Ford 4X405Ford F250 Super'Cab
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