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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE


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THURSDAY, JULY 8, 2004 SERVING rLAr n I .,- I,, ,AIDA


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FAMILY SPOTLIGHT


"We'll get through this, but it is like your whole life has gone up in smoke." NITA SHAW


First came rain,
then fire. Check out
photos from the
third annual Fourth
celebration.
PAGE Is


BALL HALL

The International
Softball Federation
announces plans for
the Softball Hall of
Fame.
PAGE I


BRIGGS


GEORGE H. NEIWMAN/Staff photos
Nita Shaw had to sift through soot and rubble to find valuables in her two-story historic home on North Evers Street last week. An accidental
fire almost destroyed the home, which was built by a Henry Plant company about 1915 or 1916.


Four local women's
trip to Half Dome is
one full challenge.
PAGE 8


INDEX

CALENDAR
PAGE 3


CLASSIFIED
PAGE Rl


CROSSWORD
PAGE 11
SPORTS
PAGE 19


IN THETRIBUNE
Here's a preview of
what you'll find in
The Tampa Tribune's
Plant City section
Saturday:
L] Charlie White,
* a Plant City native
and lawyer, is the
new head of the Boy
Scouts of America,
Gulf Ridge Council,
which is headquar-
tered in Tampa.


By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The Shaw family is determined
to move on after being struck by
tragedy.
But it won't be easy.
"We'll get through this, but it is
like your whole life has gone up
in smoke," said Nita Shaw, who
returned from vacation last week
to see with her own eyes the dev-
astation caused by a fire at her
home on North Evers Street.
The two-story house was built
about 1915 or 1916 by a company
owned by Henry Plant, the city's
namesake.
Nita and Lowell Shaw were in
Alaska when they received word
that a fire severely damaged the
home.
Their son, Steve, was visiting
from Sarasota, planning on doing
some landscape work around the
house, when the fire started.
"I was cooking and got
distracted," Steve Shaw said. "By
the time I realized there was a fire
it was practically too late."
Accidental fires are often
caused by distractions, said Plant
City Fire Rescue Operations Chief
Bill Bowers.
"A great many of our house
fires are caused when people are
cooking and are distracted or go
on an errand and forget about
the pot on the stove or a roast in
the oven."


Lowell Shaw has been working on the house since 1985, when he and
his family first moved there. Now he hopes to salvage the home
devastated by fire June 23 and return it to its former glory.


The Shaws bought the historic
home in 1985 and have spent the
past 19 years adding to its
beauty.
"Lowell was practically born
with a hammer in his hand," Nita
Shaw said. "He has been working
on the house ever since we
moved in. He has done so much,
with help from friends, neighbors
and family, to make this a beauti-
ful home."
Those same friends, neighbors


and family are now trying to help
save and restore a home that fire
officials estimate suffered
$300,000 damage.
From celebration to heartache
Lowell, 73, and Nita, 72, were
on the Princess Dawn, enjoying
an Alaskan vacation given them
by their daughter, Sheri, and her
husband, Steve Ruland, who
accompanied them on the trip.
"We left here on the 19th and


returned home on the 28th,'
Lowell Shaw said. "We were
aboard the ship for seven or eighi
days. We were celebrating oui
53rd anniversary."
The Shaws received two phone
calls from family on the day o:
the fire. One was simply by fam-
ily members to say hello. The
other was the bearer of bac
news.
"We had more than a week lefi
before we went home," Nita said
"We knew that no one was huri
in the fire. We knew that Steve
and the dog were both unhurt
There was nothing we could dc
about it, so we tried to just enjo3
the vacation and not dwell or
what we would face when we
came home."
Lowell, a former pastor at Hyde
Park United Methodist Church ir
South Tampa, used a well-worr
formula to face the devastating
loss.
"I grew up in a fine Christiar
home," he said. "I was taught. 'Ye
be kind.' I have learned to forgive
others as God will forgive you
Steve loves french fries. He'll tel
you he's not hungry and their
cook a whole pan full. It was ar
accident. There is nothing to dc
but try to repair the house anc
make it livable again.
The bottom half of the house
was engulfed in flames by the
See FIRE, Page 1U


in the
NEWS


CELEBRATION


From The Ashes

Family Starts Over After Devastating House Fire


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B
Get a head start on preparing your child for the
upcoming school year.
* Free shots for children grades K-12:
(must bring current shot record)
* Free school physical for first-time entry into
Florida schools
Registration is required. To register, call
(81 3) 754-4444. A parent or legal guardian
must be present. Sports, Head Start and Pre-K
physical are not available.


July 17, 9am-1pm
Hillsborough Community College
Florida Studies Building


S'1206 N. Park Road, Plant City
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Sports Physicals
Low-cost sports physical for athletes
from local schools and sports
organizations. Please arrive during
your team's appointed time in order
to pay your representative the $10
or $12 fee.

July 8, 5:30-9pm
Medical Arts Center
1601 W. Timberlane Drive
Plant City, FL 33566

=TEAM SCHEDULE

Turkey Creek Trojans, 5:30-6pm
Durant High School, 6-6:30pm
Plant City High School, 6-6:30pm
Antioch Youth Sports, 6:30-7pm
Pinecrest Youth Sports, 7-7:30pm
Dover Cowboys, 7-7:30pm
Plant City Dolphins, 8-8:30pm
Plant City Colts, 8:30-9:pm

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Total Cholesterol/HDL/Glucose


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Hospital Main Lobby
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Cost: Free

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Providers
This course includes heart and
lung function, risk factors, stroke
information, the chain of survival
concept, prudent heart living, heart
attack signals, actions for survival,
CPR (1-rescuer, 2-rescuer and
pediatric), FBAO (adult and pediatric),
use of barrier devices and use of
AEDs. It requires a score of 84% or
better on a 25 question exam.
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July 10, 9am-lpm
August 2, 6-10 Opm
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Sleeping

Problems

Interfere With

Overall Health

CORRECT DIAGNOSIS
IMPORTANT
By STEVE PRUSAK
sprusak@mediageneral.com
Not everyone has a sleeping
problem, but for those who do
it's a nightmare.
For many, sleeplessness
interferes with everyday func-
tioning and overall health.
Any one of several factors
can cause poor sleep. Some
can be addressed naturally
and others require the help of
a physician.
Resolving the problem can
be as simple as eliminating
caffeine from the diet, not
exercising within four hours of
bedtime, staying on a regular
sleeping schedule, or reducing
stress levels and relaxing
before sleep time, said John
Evans, practice administrator
for the Pulmonary Associates
of Sun City Center and Bran-
don.
In other cases, certain med-
ications may cause insomnia.
If a person is otherwise healthy
and medications aren't a
factor, natural methods have
been exhausted, and a
depressive illness is ruled out,
a sleep disorder may be the
cause. If so, a physician should
be consulted."
"Twenty-five to 40 percent
of the population has some
issues with sleep," said Evans.
The science of sleeping has
been studied over the last 35 to
40 years, which, in terms of
medical research, is recent ,
said Evans.
He said there are more than
80 medical diagnosis codes for
sleep disorders. Some of the
most familiar ones include
insomnia, sleep apnea and
narcolepsy.
About three to five percent
of the population may develop
sleep apnea, Evans said.
As people age, they gener-
ally lose some muscle tone
and tend to gain weight. In
men, with neck sizes of 17
inches or greater, there is a
stronger likelihood of sleep-
related problems, he said.
"Men lose muscle tone in
their neck as they age, and
when relaxed, the neck mus-
cles contract and the airway

See SLEEP, Page 3



Photos sought
The Courier staff wel-
comes reader-submitted
photos. Include photog-
rapher's name, contact
person's name and phone
number and a brief des.
cription, including names
of those pictured.
Send photos to: The
Courier, 101 N. Wheeler
St., Plant City, FL 33566.
Call 752-3113 for
information.


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CALENDAR

THURSDAY
Sports physical offered
South Florida Baptist
Hospital will assist Plant
City schools in offering
mandatory sports physi-
cals luly 8 from 5:30 to 9
p.m. at the Medical Arts
Center, 1601 \V. Tim-
berlane Drive. If your child
plans to participate in a
sport this year. see your
child's coach for screening
requirements.
Screening schedule:
Turkey Creek Trojans, 5:30
to 6 p.m.; Durant and
Plant City high schools, 6
to 6:30 p.m; Antioch
Youth Sports, 6.30 to 7
p.m.; Pinecrest Youth
Sports and Dovei Cow-
boys, 7 to 7:30 p m.; Plant
City Dolphins, 8 to 8-30
p.m.; and Plant City Colts,
8:30 to 9 p.m.
Call: 754-4444.

SATURDAY
Singles' Night Out
First Baptist Church of
Plant City invites all sin-
gles to a Singles' Night Out
July 10 at 7 p.m. at The
Singles' Building, 103 E.
Baker St.
Meetings. which are
offered the second Satur-
day of every month, con-
sist of a guest speaker, live
Christian music, coffee
bar, door prizes, fellow-
ship and more.
Child care, by reserva-
tion, is free.
Call: 752-4104.

Antiques street fair
The Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce's
antique street fair will be
July 10 from 7 a.m. to noon
in McCall Park.
The fair is offered the
second Saturday of every
month and includes arts
and crafts.

MONDAY
Healing arts workshop
Wanda Kendrick will
See CALENDAR, Page 5


FAMILY CARE
PHARMACY


b yI *
Mark Filosi
Registered Pharmacist


New Drug For
Dry Eye Syndrome
Dry eye syndrome is a decrease
in the quanity and quality of tears
that keep the eye moist and work-
ing well. Symptoms include pain,
irritation, dryness and a gritty or
sandy sensation. There is a new
medication for the treatment of dry
eye syndrome. The new eye drops
actually help the body increase its
own natural tear production. This
cuts down on surface damage to
the cornea and results in less blur-
ring of vision. Ask your doctor or
pharmacist for more information.




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JULY 8, 2004 THE COURIER 3



ISF Announces Plan For Softball Hall Of Fame


EXPECTED SPRING 2005
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
When the headquarters of
the International Softball
Federation moved from Okla-
homa City to Plant City in
1999, the plan was to include
space for the ISF Hall of
Fame.
Five years later the plan is
set.
"Originally the hall of fame
project was at the top of our
priority list," said Don Porter,
ISF president. "Since then,
other budget matters have
delayed the construction of
the hall, but we feel very com-
fortable now to finalize the
project."
The structure that will
house the hall was actually
built, as planned, in the first
construction phase of the ISF
facilities on Plant City Stadium
grounds in 2000. The roughly
5,000 square feet of space has
been used to store softball
equipment gathered by the
ISF during the year. Colleges,
high schools and sports-
equipment companies pro-
vide new and used equipment
to the ISF for distribution
around the world to promote
softball and sportsmanship.
"We'll find the needed stor-
age space somewhere else,"
Porter said. "But the time is
right for us to make this build-
ing ready to hold our hall of
fame."
The time is right because
the ISF, under the care of Por-


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GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Ginny Georgantas, a University of South Florida graduate and
member of the Greek Olympic softball team, was a guest
speaker when Don Porter, president of the International
Softball Federation, announced plans to complete the ISF Hall
of Fame at the Plant City Stadium complex.


ter and his headquarters' staff,
have successfully lobbied the
International Olympic Com-
mittee to commit softball as
an Olympic sport through the
2008 Games, scheduled for
Beijing.
"Two months ago the IOC
ruled there would be no
changes in Olympic team par-
ticipants through 2008," Por-
ter said. "That allows us to use
our existing budget to con-
struct and open our hall of


fame, as well as continue our
business of promoting softball
throughout the world."
Presently the ISF has 125
member countries. Porter
expects ISF membership will
grow by another 10 countries
by 2009.
Porter announced at a July 2
news conference that Atelier
Architecture Engineering of
Tampa will design the hall of
fame. Atelier designed the
present facilities used by the


ISF and the city recreation
department, which includes
the stadium field and the
Randy Larson Four-Plex north
of the stadium.
Porter said the hall will rec-
ognize the international
importance of the sport,
chronicle the history of the
game and provide portraits,
pictures and memorabilia of
its greatest athletes.
Construction should start
in November and is expected
to be completed in the spring
at a cost of about $1.2 million,
Porter said.
"Soon we will sit down with
city officials to determine the
final concept for the hall and
the outlying associated
construction," Porter said.
Present plans call for a flag
plaza behind the ISF offices,
visible from the main sta-
dium, imposing columns sim-
ilar to those at the Temple of
Zeus in Athens, a laser light
projection into the night sky
that can be seen for miles and
a projector transmitting hall
of fame images on a glass pyr-
amid 20 feet high on the hall's
roof.
"We have had this design or
concept in mind since we first
began this project in 2000,"
said Vivian 0. Salaga, the
principal architect of Atelier.
"But until a week ago we had
nothing down on paper. Mr.
Porter called me last week and
told me to go ahead. This will
be an exciting addition to the
ISF facilities and to Plant City
in general."


SLEEP
Continued From Page 2
compresses," he said. "If the affect the way a person sleeps, defined and treated, other are experiencing difficulty
blood doesn't receive enough he said. problems may be alleviated functioning, he added.
oxygen, it stresses other Before a doctor treats a without medication. A change
organs of the body, as well." person with medicines for in lifestyle may be all that's If a person tests negative for
As people grow older, the high blood pressure or high required, said Evans. a sleep disorder and still has
demand of jobs, worries about cholesterol, the patient should A sleep study may be neces- problems sleeping, then the
children or grief over the death fill out a long sleep evaluation sary for people who've had physician should look for
of a loved one increase stress sheet form, he said. If the sleep problems persisting another underlying cause for
levels, which may greatly sleeping problems can be longer than one month and the insomnia, he said.

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4 THE COURIER JULY 8, 2004


'Give And Take,' Then 68

Love, Faith And Compromise Help Purvis
And Elsa Ham Hit 68 Years Of Marriage


The Hams with son David and daughter Delrece, circa 1942.


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JOHN ALLEN GRIMES, IR.
.4 Wonderful Son, Brother, Father, Friend
Iohn was our morning sun A ray of light in e\eryones life
that he touched. As the sajing goes "To know him is to love
him He is dearly missed by his Son, esley: lMother. Linda.
Step-father. Bob, Sister Tamara. Brother, Scott Father John.
Step-Mother Theresa Grandmothers Lillian & Elizabeth
Grandfather. Robert Stepsister Brenda and Step Brother Bobby
In our memory, you will live always

It's your world I in iiist ii i n i iit ljohnl Grini Ir


By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
It was 1936 and Purvis Ham
had decided: he wanted Elsa
Andrews as his wife.
Now it was time to pick the
opportune moment to ask her
father for her hand.
One day, Ham recalls, he
followed his would-be father-
in-law down to the family's
hog pen at feeding time. Mr.
Andrews toted a bucket full of
slop that would be the anim-
als' dinner.
"I waited until he poured
out the slop before I asked


John Allen Grimes, Ir.
Dec. 15, 1970 July 5, 2003


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him," Ham recalled with a
laugh.
It turned out that Mr.
Andrews probably wouldn't
have let the slop fly: "She's 21.
I guess she knows what she
wants to do," Ham recalls his
future father:in-law saying.
She must have, because
Purvis and Elsa Ham are cele-
brating 68 years of marriage.
The couple were married June
30, 1936.
Their friends and family say
their love for one another and
their faith in God helped get
them this far.
"They're the sweetest
people in the world," said Roy
Hobbs, who has known the
couple for some 60 years.
"And if you've got the good
Lord in your soul you can get
through this world pretty
good."
"Love is what makes it
work," said David Ham, the
oldest of their two sons. "I
think they really love each
other. You go through life and
sometimes you're lucky to
find the right one."

Married on a shoestring
It was her black hair that got
him, Purvis said.
Purvis Ham and Elsa
Andrews both were born in
Bonifay, a tiny town about
midway between Tallahassee
and Pensacola. But they
wouldn't meet until 1935,
when they were both, 20,
because Purvis' parents
moved to Sydney with their
eight children in 1930, and
then later to Valrico.
Purvis found himself back
in Bonifay in 1935 after sign-
ing up for President Roosevel-
t's Civilian Conservation
Corps, or the "Three Cs"
camps, that gave single men
18 and older jobs to help make
a living during the Depres-
sion.
Purvis' camp was in Chipley,
just nine miles from his home-
town. A friend of Ham's from
Bonifay, who also worked in
the Chipley camp, invited
Ham to attend his church,
where he introduced him to
Elsa Andrews.
Ham said he was struck by
Elsa's dark hair that he could
tell was very long even though
she wore it up. He would not
see it down for the first time
until after they were married.
"I thought she was real
pretty," Ham said.
Elsa smiles when asked
what she thought of Purvis.
"I guess we liked one
another a lot," she said.
The couple got married on
the last day of the month
because that's when Purvis
earned his wages from the
camp. They went to the
judge's house in Bonifay and
paid $3 for his services. Money
was too tight for rings or a
honeymoon.
They moved to Valrico in
1937 to be close to Purvis'
family and lived there for a
short time before settling in
Plant City. The couple grew
strawberries on about 10
acres, with Purvis running the
mule and plow and Elsa help-
ing to wash and pack.
They had their first of three
children, David, in 1939. Their


TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
Purvis and Elsa Ham say they
may have argued during their
marriage, but never stayed
angry.

daughter Delrece was born in
1942, and son Lance in 1945.
Times were tough, the Hams
said, especially during the
Depression. And living in the
country, they were behind the
times: For years they didn't
have running water or electric-
ity.
Purvis said he has "done
just about everything in the
book" when it comes to work.
He worked in a shipyard and
helped clear the land in
Tampa for MacDill Air Force
Base. He worked in a sawmill
for years, and one year the
family moved six times so
Purvis could follow the timber
industry.
. He quit farming in the
1950s, had a mail route for a
time and did carpentry work
until his official retirement at
62.
There were other chal-
lenges, such as when Lance
spent time as a helicopter
pilot in Vietnam.
"That was terrible," Elsa
said. "If I hadn't known the
Lord at that time I guess I
would have gone crazy."
Faith got her through that,
and when Lance went back to
war as part of Desert Storm,
she said.
And the couple said faith is
part of the secret to the suc-
cess of their marriage. They
attended church as often as
three times a week, and still go
every Sunday. They currently
attend First Assembly of God
in Plant City.
"You pray together, you stay
together," Purvis said.

Give and take
There were other, less
divine reasons, such as keep-
ing their tempers in check.
"We're not bad about get-
ting angry," Elsa said. "We
might disagree every once in a
while, but you have to shut
your mouth."
"You have to learn to give
and take," Purvis said.
Lance Ham, who lives just
down from his parents on Joe
McIntosh Road, remembers a
strategy his father used to
keep things from getting out of
See HAM, Page 5





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Purvis and Elsa with most of their family during their 65th
anniversary celebration three years ago.


HAM
Continued From Page 4
hand.
"I can remember as a small
kid when my mother started to
nagging him, he'd just turn
around and go do something,"
Lance said. "If he came back
and she was still in that mood
he'd just stay longer. So by the
third time she usually just got
over it."
But make no mistake, said
David Ham, who also lives in
Plant City: "Mom pretty much
ran the house. Still does."
Marriage longevity seems to
run in the family. Purvis' par-
ents were married more than
60 years, as were two of his
sisters. Lance and his wife,
Gayle, have celebrated more
than 40 years, and David and
his wife, Faye, are pushing 47.
Delrece, who lives in Colum-
bia, S.C., was married 46 years
before her husband died.
They finally took a honey-
moon on their 50th ariniver-
sary, when they visited several
beaches on Florida's east
coast. And Purvis bought Elsa
a ring for their 60th.
Purvis still helps around the
farm of his grandson, also
named Lance, even stacking


Purvis and Elsa Ham are shown
circa 1936 in a photo taken
before their marriage.
pallets of strawberries during
the season.
"He'll work from 7 to lunch-
time," grandson Lance said.
He said his grandparents
are leading the way for him
and his wife, Tami, who have
two children themselves. He
sees them every day because
they live in a house just a few
hundred yards away.
"Just being able to follow
their example is the greatest
gift they could give me," Lance
said.


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present an "Energy Medicine"
workshop July 12 from 7 to 9
p.m. at Unity Christ Church,
1911 N. Gordon St.
A suggested offering of $10
will be accepted.
Call: 659-2624.

City commission
The Plant City City Com-
mission meets the second and
fourth Mondays of the month
at 7:30 p.m. in the Nettie Mae
Draughon Auditorium at city
hall, 302 W. Reynolds St.
The next meeting will be
July 12.

TUESDAY
Alzheimer's support group
An Alzheimer's support
group will meet July 13 at 2
p.m. at First Baptist Church,
503 N. Palmer St. It is open to
all caregivers of people with
any type of dementia.
Call: Bill Barr, 719-8392, or
Linda Bryant, 754-3761.

PLAN AHEAD
Free school physical
South Florida Baptist
Hospital will offer free back-
to-school physical July 17
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Hills-
borough Community College's
Plant City campus, 1206 N.
Park Road. Parents or guardi-
ans must accompany children.
Immunizations are free to any
school-aged child entering
Florida schools for the first
time. No sports, Head Start of
pre-kindergarten physical


will be offered.
Appointments
Call: 754-4444.


required.


Watermelon party
First Baptist Church of
Pleasant Grove, 7725 S. Turkey
Creek Road in Durant, will
host its "Watermelon Party"
July 17 from 3 to 6 p.m.
There will be games, prizes,
watermelon eating and seed
spitting contests, food and
other treats.
Call: 737-2556.
Benefit organ concert
Plant City Cornerstone
Center, 315 N. Collins St., will
host to an organ concert fund-
raiser July 17 at 7:30 p.m.
Guest artist will be Tom
Hoehn of Clearwater, who has
served as organist for the First
United Methodist Church of
Clearwater and also is an
assistant organist for the Roar-
ing '20s Pizza Parlor in Ellen-
ton. Tickets are $10 each and
may be purchased at the
Orange Blossom Tea Room or
at the door. Proceeds go
toward the renovation of the
Plant City Cornerstone
Center.
Car show
The Plant City Chamber of
Commerce hosts the Straw-
berry Classic Car Show in
downtown near McCall Park
on the third Saturday of every
month from 4 to 9 p.m.
The next show will be July
17.


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Unpacking The Future


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WA ll, it happened again
one of my children
made me cry.
Just three days after
retrieving my son, Andrew,
from Virginia for the summer,
my wife and I packed a 14-
foot U-Haul and took our
daughter, Naomi, to Pensa-
cola, along with all the hopes
and dreams that make up a
young life on the brink of the
future.
Self-move outfits may use
words like "easy," "smooth,"
"extra-soft," and "gentle-ride
suspension" in advertising
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demonstrated a profound and
belligerent intolerance
regarding bumps in the road,
and anyone who has driven
the length of Florida's pan-
handle can well imagine how
the intransigence of old
shocks translated into a level
of bone rattling I haven't
experienced since I last rode a
bad-tempered camel in the
Middle East.
The next morning, Andrew
and I moved everything into
the apartment, while Naomi
worked hard with her mother
to achieve an amazing
transformation even the best
television decorating show
would be hard pressed to top.
Late in the evening, Naomi
made a pot of coffee in her
new kitchen, and the four of


DEREK
MAUL
Columnist


us sat around her old cedar
chest to seal this seminal
moment in family history.
We talked about the pain of
separation. About the
promise held in difficult
decisions, exciting moves and
new commitments. We talked
about the strength that we all
understand through one
another. And we shared the
faith that has defined our life
together as a family.
We talked together about
the college education she will
begin in August, and about
how we have been created so
lovingly according to a design
that encourages us to grow
and to learn in such a variety
of imaginative ways.
We talked about how much
we love one another, about
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A LIFETIME SERVING His COUNTRY


... AND His COMMUNITY
After 26 years in the Air Force,
Bill Armstrong made a career move
that would keep him serving his
community. Now, instead of
helping secure our nation, Bill '
oversees the welfare of thousands
of animals a year,. .
As Director of Hillsborough
County Animal Services, Bill makes
a valiant effort to find a home for
each and every animal that will
make a good companion.
Bill also co-chairs the county's .' -
United Way campaign that helps ,
people right here in the Tampa
Bay area.
Bill is one of the many county
employees who dedicate time to
others in our community. Ifs a way
of life built upon traditional values.
Service to community. Commitment to
family. And a respect for others.
At Hillsborough County, whether its fighting
fires, fixing roads or providing health care to
those in need...


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A Classic Fourth Of July


The Third Annual Bill
Heard July Fourth
Celebration Sunday
night at Plant City Stadium
was everything I expected.
It was, not surprisingly, like
an old-style American
celebration.
Making it that way was not
part of the announced theme,
as far as I know. But the Plant
City celebration was all of that
and more. The show, pro-
duced in large part by Jack
Holland, Steve Rossiter and
their co-workers at the city's
recreation department, was
spectacular and an unquali-
fied success.
There were hot dogs and
cold drinks and popcorn and
snow cones. There were
clowns, games and kids
galore. There were no high-
wire dare devils, but there
were dancers and baton


twirlers. There were no big
wheeled bikes to dazzle the
crowd like there may have
been 100 years ago. But there
were new cars and trucks
parked in the infield at the
stadium, one of them to be
given away during the show.
These weren't model T's.
They were 2004 Chevrolets
from Bill Heard's showroom,
including a new Corvette and
a SSR truck-dragster looking
thing making people stare
and ask: "What the heck is
that?"
There were no Southern
belles in hoop-skirts sashay-
ing around. There were no
blacksmiths or gristmills. That
is for Plant City's Pioneer Day.
But there was Miss Heart of
Plant City, Jennifer St. Martin.
She is a modern day Southern
belle if there ever was one.
Representatives of the U.S.


GEORGE
NEWMAN


Air Force and Army took to
the stage and a salute to the
men and women of the armed
forces stirred the crowd to a
heartfelt applause.
There was no apple cider or
mint juleps, or beer for that
matter. And no smoking,
come to think of it. Everyone
was on good behavior and in
my humble opinion we were
all better off for it.
There was no Kate Smith
singing "God Bless America"


in her classic tones. But there
was Shevonne Brown, a 14-
year-old student doing her
best to stir the soul. And she
got mine, even if her notes
warbled a little more than
Kate's ever did.
The doors to the stadium
opened at 5 p.m. And right on
schedule the rains came
crashing down. I don't know
how wet anyone got, I wasn't
there that early, but from my
back porch it looked like
somebody was getting soaked.
We've had more rain at
major stadium events than
anyone would care to remem-
ber. I know the officials,
players and fans of Women's
Professional Softball League
remember how rain loves to
fall, by the bucket-load, onto
those stadium grounds.
This time the rain came
early and often, but did its
thing and left, accept for a
faint drizzle, allowing the
crowd to build with every


passing hour, awaiting the big
fireworks extravaganza.
My wife and I made our
way to the stadium about 8:
15, feeling confident that the
rains had passed. Tiny drops
of water peppered the
windshield as we made our
way to Jim Redman Parkway
and then east on Park Road
toward the stadium. Cars and
trucks were parked all along
the way, with tailgate parties
and lounge chairs scattered
all along the route.
Inside the stadium I was
struck by the diversity of the
spectators. There were all
kinds of people, like our
world, but mostly there were
kids, kids and more kids. They
were everywhere on the
grounds, in the dugouts, in
the stands, in the aisles,
everywhere but on the roof.
But no one was out of place.
Everyone was where they
should have been. There was
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FAMILY


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HalfDome Is Wholly Thrilling


It may be called Half Dome,
but it was a whole exhilarating
challenge for four Plant City
gals.
Becky Wetherington,
Sharon Dicks, DeeJay Hell-
rung and Susan Kurchinski
scaled California's Half Dome
this summer. They made the
Yosemite National Park hike
in one day eight grueling
hours of walking
and climbing,
then six hours
back.
Last year's 13-
hour Grand
t j Canyon hike
prepared them
somewhat, but it
was nothing like
BETTY the massive Half
Dome boulder
BRIGGS that includes
Columnist hanging onto a
cable as you
climb almost
straight up a bare rock face for
the last part of the climb.
"Without the encourage-
ment of my three super hero
girlfriends, I might not have
made it back down, but we
had a great time discussing
everything imaginable,"
Becky said. "George Bush
should give us call, as we
solved all the world's prob-
lems that day!"
There was little time to rest
as they crossed a small
mountain, a valley, hiked up
the side of a waterfall, tra-
versed rock steps that were so
steep they thought it had to
be the scariest part of the trek.
But they found out the biggest
challenge was the cable climb,
almost straight up.
I know they must have been
happy to get back to their tent
that night. They promise to let
us know where they plan to go
next summer. I wonder why
the guys didn't go along?
Guess somebody has to stay
home and keep the dogs and
cats can't imagine it had
anything to do with the

CLUB NOTES

Republican Women
host candidates
Plant City Federated Repub-
lican Women's Club will meet
July 8 in the private dining
room at the Ramada Inn
Plantation House, 2011 N.
Wheeler St.
Dinner from select menu
begins at 6:30 p.m., with guest
speakers at 7. Speakers this
month are Dennis Cadle, can-
didate for county commis-
sion's District 4 seat, and
Arlene Waldron, candidate for
District 62 of the Florida
House of Representatives.
Prospective members are
welcome.
RSVP: Tina Mallare-Pike,
759-1037.

Plant City
Entertainment to meet
Plant City Entertainment
Inc. will hold its annual
general membership meeting
July 13 at 7:30 p.m. in the
Hillsborough Community


Special to The Courier
Four Plant City women celebrate at California's Half Dome
summit after an eight-hour trek.


grueling, and sometimes
dangerous, summer climb.


He just missed Father's
Day, but no one's
complaining. Welcome to the
world Nolan Ware Moos.
Weighing in at just more
than 7 pounds and born June
28, the little chap was wel-
comed by his "Lola" Sue and

See BRIGGS, Page 13


College auditorium, 1206 N.
Park Road.
President Jennifer Jackson
will preside, along with mem-
bers of the 12-member board
of managers.
The election of new board
members for the 2004-05
season will be voted on and
announced.
New membership benefits
also will be announced at the
meeting.
Prospective members are
welcome.
Call: Jennifer Jackson, (813)
757-0425.

Class of '89 reunion
The Plant City High School
class of 1989 will celebrate its
15-year reunion July 23-24.
An "Adult Night Out" is
slated at Mustang Ranch July
23. A class picnic for families is
scheduled for July 24 at
Springhead Park.
Call: Kim, 764-0049; Dixie,
752-6465; or e-mail pchsl98-
9reunion@yahoo.com.


Nolan Ware Moos


Class of '84
The Plant City High School
class of 1984 will celebrate its
20-year reunion August 20-21
at Saddlebrook Resort in
Wesley Chapel.
Classmates who have not
received an invitation can visit
Reunion Celebrations
(www.reunioncelebratio-
ns.com). Advance registration
is preferred to help allocate
meal and room planning.
Call: 874-9967, or e-mail
Julie@reunioncelebratio-
ns.com.
Class message boards can
be found at www.classmate-
s.com.

Strawberry Singles
Strawberry Singles Club
invites singles to a dance Fri-
days from 8 p.m. to midnight
at the Stardust Dance Center
in Plant City Plaza, 1401
Collins St. The cost is $5 for
members, $7 for non-mem-
bers.
Call: 647-5754 or 653-2020.


ANNIVERSARIES

Hinson 63rd anniversary
Neal and Lillie Hinson cele-
brated their 63rd wedding
anniversary July 5.
The couple were married in
Bartow.
The former Lillie Pearl
Cumbie was born in Pelham,
Ga., and moved here as a
baby. She is a homemaker.
Neal is a lifelong resident of
Plant City and is retired.
The couple attends the
Plant City Assembly of God.
They have two daughters,
Willa Mae of Lithia and
Thelma Gean Mayes of Tho-
notosassa; three grandchil-
dren; and 12
great-grandchildren.


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Annette and Kenneth Kelly
Padgett 50th anniversary
Paul and Ida Padgett of Lake
Wales celebrated their 50th
wedding anniversary June 25
with family and friends.
Paul married the former Ida
Hawkins on June 25, 1954, in
Ridgecrest, Calif. They lived in
California while Paul com-
pleted his term in the Navy. In
spring 1956 the couple moved
to Plant City. They also lived in
the Brandon and Riverview
areas.
Paul is retired from Cargill
Corp., and Ida is retired from
the Florida Department of
Corrections.
They have a son, Terry of
Atlanta; two daughters, Debra
Woodall and Paula Woodall,
both of Plant City; seven
grandchildren; and two great-
grandchildren.


ENGAGEMENTS


Neal and Lillie Hinson


Kelly 50th anniversary
Kenneth and Annette Kelly
celebrated their 50th anniver-
sary July 4 at a tribute hosted
by the Rev. Pierce Kennedy at
Taylor Memorial Baptist
Church.
The couple were married
July 4, 1953, in Tampa.
The former Annette Ellerbe
is a Tampa native, and is
retired from Ambassador
Christian School. She is a life-
long resident of the area.
Kenneth was born in Clos-
plint, Ky., and moved here in
1953. He retired from Tampa
Electric Co. after 30 years.
The couple has two sons,
Gary of Plant City and Darrel
of Seffner; a daughter, Anita
Kelly Snyder of Norfolk, Va.;
and two grandchildren.


Westley Hancock and Emily Haught


Haught-Hancock
Timothy and Jo Haught of Plant City announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Emily Ann Haught, to Westley Wayne
Hancock of Plant City, the son of Anna and Anita Hancock.
The bride-elect is a 1994 graduate of Plant City High School
and a 1998 graduate of the Hillsborough County School of Prac-
tical Nursing. She currently attends St. Petersburg College
where she is studying mortuary science.
The prospective groom is a 1992 graduate of PCHS, and is the
manager of family owned Bruce's Barbershop. A July 17 wed-
ding is planned at 2 p.m. at St. Clement Catholic Church.






JULY 8,2004 THE COURIER 9


BOOK MARIS COMMUNITY ROUNDUP


The following pro-
grams are available at
Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon
St. Call 757-9215.
Children's programs
Story Time Tues-
days at 10:30 a.m. for
children 2 1/2 to 5 years
old who can sit by them-
selves in a group. Stories,
music, games and read-
ing activities make up
the 30-minute program.
Feature films for
ages 5 to 14, Wednesdays
from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Titles
will be posted at the
library. Bring snacks and
drinks.
Youth Program: Read
Around Florida
Registration required.
Groups must register in
advance.
Summer Stories for
ages 6-12 Tuesdays at 2:
30 p.m.: "Full Speed
Ahead": Florida's unique
and ordinary people
movers, July 13; and
"Encore": sports and
entertainment, July 20
Summer guests
A Close Encounter
with the Didgeroo,"July
8 at 10:30 a.m. for ages 6
to 12. Learn about the
Australian aboriginal
instrument.
Storytelling with
Carrie Wharton, July 8 at
2:30 p.m. for ages 5 to
12. Registration
required.


'Bye, Bye Birdie'
Plant City Entertainment presents
"Bye, Bye Birdie" July 9-10, July 16-17 and
July 23-24 at 8 p.m. and July 18 at 2 p.m. in
the auditorium of Hillsborough Commu-
nity College's Plant City campus, 1206 N.
Park Road.
Tickets are $8 for adults, $7 for seniors
and students up to the 12th grade. A
group rate of $6 per person for parties of
10 or more for the same performance is
available.
Tickets are available in advance at
Hardee's Fashions 1501 N. Wheeler St., or
at the door.
Call: 754-4929.

Blood drives
BloodNet USA will sponsor the follow-
ing blood drives:
St. Clement Catholic Church, 1104 N.
Alexander St., July 11 from 8:30 a.m. to 1
p.m.
Patterson Freight, 3108 Central Drive,
July 13 from 1 to 4 p.m.
Denny's, 2001 S. Frontage Road, July.
14 from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Mastertaste, 600 W. Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd., July 14 from 3 to 5
p.m.
Bill Heard Chevrolet, 601 E. Alexander
St., July 14 from 1 to 5 p.m.
Strawberry Classic Car Show, historic
downtown Plant City, July 17 from 3 to 9:
30 p.m.

New YMCA offerings
The Plant City Family YMCA offers the
following:
Fit Kids Weight Management, for ages
10 and older, every Thursday from 6 to 7
p.m. from July 8 through Sept. 9. Cost is
$40 for YMCA members and $70 for pro-
gram members. Maximum enrollment is
20.
Flick-n-Float, July 16 from 6 to 9 p.m.


Bring the family to enjoy food and a
movie on the big screen as you float in the
pool. Bring swim suits and plenty of
towels.
Line dancing classes, Wednesdays at
9:30 p.m. and Fridays at 5:30 p.m. An
intermediate class is offered Fridays at 5
p.m.
Cost is $15 for YMCA members, $30 for
program members.
Call: 757-6677.

'Chicago'
Plant City Children's Theatre will pres-
ent "Excerpts from Chicago" Aug. 13 at 8
p.m. and Aug. 14 at 2 and 8 p.m. at the
1914 Community Center.
Tickets are $6 in advance and $10 at the
door.
Call: 752-1683.

Music classes
First Baptist Church School of Music is
accepting enrollment for its fall semester.
The school offers private instruction in
piano, voice, strings, guitar, drums,
woodwinds and brass.
Group classes of Kindermusik and
musical theater will also be offered.
Call: 750-4878.

Meals on Wheels seeks volunteers
Meals on Wheels of Plant City seeks an
office worker and substitute drivers for
the summer.
The office worker is needed one day a
week from 9 a.m. to noon. The volunteer
answers phones and prepares route
sheets.
Substitute drivers use their own cars to
deliver meals from 10:15 a.m. to noon on
an as needed basis.
Call: 754-9932.

Art Guild art on display
The East Hillsborough Art Guild will be


A VERY SPECIAL VOTE OF THANKS
TO THESE SPONSORS WHO MADE
"AN EVENING OF PICTURE PERFECT MEMORIES"
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SunTrust Bank
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On Saturday, June 19, PLANT CITY PHOTO ARCHIVES held their second
annual "Evening of Picture Perfect Memories" in the Red Rose Ballroom of the
Ramada Inn. The 150 attendees unanimousih agreed that the Gala was a pleasurable
success. The food and service were first rate. So, too, were the "Best of Broadwaq"
entertainment and the fun-filled Photo Trivia Quiz.

It was a distinct pleasure to recognize and honor manq of our former Strawberry
Festival Queens and to paq homage to David E. Bailet, the deserving first recipient
of our Heritage Award.

Our heartfelt thanks to the 150 guests who attended and to the generosity of our
sponsors who played a keq role in making it all happen.




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display art through July at the following
locations:
Bruton Memorial Library- artist Jean
Cellino.
Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce artist James Humbling.
Park Side Cafe photographer Roy
Adams.
Orange Blossom Tea Room artist
Jane Burrows, collage.
Paso Fino Association artist Ange
Bevlin.
The Plant City Courier/Tampa
Tribune artists Joyce Jordan, Lori Lynne
Sutphin and Jossie de Q. Azorin, acrylics.
For information about the artists or
exhibits, call Jossie de Q. Azorin at 754-
2366.

Summer dance camp
Dance Expressions Dance Studio, 206
S. Evers St., offers a summer dance camp
for boys and girls ages 11 and older July
12-16, July 19-23 and July 26-30.
Camp runs from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Morning and afternoon sessions are
available. No previous dance experience
needed.
All forms of dance will be taught each
week: ballet, lyrical, jazz, tap, hip-hop
and salsa.
Theater, stage makeup and theatrical
production also will be taught. Games,
crafts, snacks, movies, and field trips
round out each dance week.
Call: 759-9446.

Home ownership help
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's
Rural Development program is accepting
applications from low- to moderate-
income families to purchase or build a
home.
Monthly payments are based on
income.
Call: 752-1474.






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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Dorer: S. Doter Rd & Downing St.
659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
Allen (hapel: 1109 Laura 5/.
'52-"389
Mouni Olire: 1113 It. .1adison St
Mount Olire: Horton Rd.
"3"-2628
APOSTOLIC
.4samblea .poslolica:
1501 Colson Rd, "'3-3496
Apostolic Church
of esus Christ:
1212 W. Reynolds. 47"-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant life: Pinecrest Rd,
li/hia, 685-4240
Bethany: 980-1 Harnev Rd.
Thonolosassa, 986-5"'1
Calrary Fellowship:
11 10 V. Gordon Si, "52-5005
Dover First: SR 5"4 & Pellie Rd,
689-0343
Faith Temple: I-4 at
Hillsborough-Polk County
Line. "52-0532
Faith Lighthouse:
3409 SR 39 N. 752-1885
First Plant City:
Charlie Griffin Rd,
Wof SR 39 S, 752-3351
Fort Alafia: Corner of South
Hwy. 39 & SwilleyRd, 737-4656
Keysville: SR 640, 737-4803
Mount Zion:
1-4 at Thonotosassa Rd, 752-1614
Pleasant Grove:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-3529
Victory Worship Center:
County Line Rd, 754-6089
Sydney: Sydney Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of Sydney-Dover Rd, 659-0532
Turkey Creek:
Turkey Creek Rd, 754-5372
BAPTIST
Ahava: Turkey Creek Rd,
N. of SR 60, 737-3739
Alafta Baptist:
222 Alafia Church Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd, 737-3240
Berea: SR 39S, 737-1232
Bethany: Cork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel: 804 W. Renfro St,
754-2239
Beulah: Allen & County Line Rd,
Lithia, 737-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd,
752-2875
Burchwood Temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 574, 752-3782
Calvary Free Will:
3539 Trapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grove: E. Keysville Rd,
737-1234
Central of Lithia:
Pinecrest & Keysville Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 E. Alsobrook, 752-3740
Community Christian:
1310 N. Shannon Ave, 754-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S, Pinecrest,
737-1211
Dover Eastside: Countryside
Baptist Church, 2820
Gallagher, 571-8200
Dover First: N. Gallagher Rd,
659-0203
Eastside: 1318 E. Calhoun St,
754-2681
East Thonotosassa: Mclntosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd, 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 W. Washington St. 754-6661
First Baptist Church of
Midway: Midway Rd, 752-7209


To advertise your church in our Church Directory, please call Sue Shelton at 752-3113
First Baptist lithia: "52-4591 PENTECOSTAL
Intersection of SR 39 & Turker (reek: Turkey Creek Rd Christian Life .Assembly:
Lithla-Pinecres Rd, "'3"-1121 at SR 60. '3"-1331 3120 S. Miller Rd.. 65"-i802 S| Cle
First Plant City: Thonolosassa: living Waters Foursquare
503 '. Palmer. '52-410-i 102 N. Tairlor Rd, 986-1916 Church: 602 S. Erers SI, "59-0528 Catholic (
Firsi Fhonolosatssa ,lissionar: R eu' Hope Worship Center: Saturday
Mcluntosh Rd. 986-4'56 CHURCH OF GOD 803 ,. Mahone -5-- 6123 Ma ss:uray
Harmonr Baptist Church: (Anderson, Indiana) ew life Temple Pentecostal 5pm Engass
6008 T. Knights GriJfin Rd. Kingsn'a' First: 2808 insn'ay Church of God:-
986-'165 ... Seffuer. 65"-'500 3301 demons Rd. "54-'088 Sunday Ma
Hopenell: SR 39 5. "3"-305O Plant Cil: Grace Fellowship
Knights: Paul Buchman HIny. "13.41sohrook St. 361-8190 PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS 7am & 10:30an
'52-49-2 First: A. Gordon and Baker St. Dover: ,tloore's lake & 8:30am & 7pm
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd. "52-6438 Holiness Church Rd. 659-1301
"52-2006 Gospel Tabernacle: Church of the Liring God: 1104 N. Alexander
lone Oak: lone Oak Rd. .Alien & Haines St 1102 Tler Si. "54-58-0 Plant City, FL 335
"5-4-52'8 Off 1-4. Exi1 21 Soutt
,Mount Iloriah Freewill: EPISCOPAL PRESBYTERIAN (81 -752-8251
Warren &Johnson St. "5--439' St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St. Evangelical Plant City: -813)7528251
Mount Moriah Freewill: "52-5061 110" Charlie Griffin Rd. -59-9383
20P2 Colson Rd. "3--1490 HOLINESS First Presbyterian Plant Ci/t: St. Clement P
1lount Olirve: 604 W Ball St. Deliverance Tabernacle: 404 W. Renolds St. '52--i211 Accepting ages 3 t(
e Hope Freell 808 I: Grant St. SANCTIFIED HOLINESS ii54-123. or(8
Baptist Church: eewillRefuge Church of Our Lord: Walk with God Ministr':

3101 Sydney, Dover Rd.. Dorer "28 W Ball St- 15140 SR 574. Dover. 659.0930
Neu' MI. Zion Freewill: INDEPENDENT SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
3041 Daniels Rd., '52-3985 Full Gospel Tabernacle: Plant city: 2203 Strawberr, Dr,
Norlhside: 2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843 '52-4694 First l
1700 N. Franklin S1, 752-2779 Restoration Assembly: r Tst L
Oakwood:AirportRd, 752-5499 106 S. Erers St. SOUTHERN METHODIST M etho
Plant City Primitive: Erangeliss for Jesus First: 103 W.Johnson Rd,
509 N. Evers St, 754-3261 Tabernacle: 754-5968 Chutf
Pleasant Grove First: SR 574, E. of Dover. 659-0102 UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST Plant
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-2556 INTERDENOMINATIONAL St. Mark United Church: n.
Shiloh: IV Terrace Dr. "54-.445 Christian Grouwth Center: 2914 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.. 303 N. Ever
pnghead: S. Wiggins Road, 1310 N. Shannon, 719-2909 Vairico, 685-0998 l(aaocmm,, Ci.Q HA
754-4879 Covenant Bible Church: UNITED METHODIST 754-35
St. Luke Missionary: 1408E. Tomlin St, 754-1133 UNITED METHODIST .41754-35 Rd, N HO
108 S. Warnell St, 754-4992 Deeper Life Fellowship: Cork:4-815 3 Sm Allen Rd, NEW Ho
St. Mary's Freewill: Covilla Rd. W of SR39 N. 754-3233Dover First: Moore's Lake am-Rd aChapel Co
Hunter & Warren St, 754-6853 Revival Outreach Center: Dover First Moore's Lake d a659-1415 a e mce
St. Mary Missionary: 225 N. Dover Rd, 681-2250 Methodist ChurcRd, 659-1415 9.00 am -Contempo
1804 S.R. 60E., 737-3668 First Plant City: 303 N. Evers St, In The ,el
St. Mary's Primitive Baptist JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES 754-3519 10-00 am Sunday Sc
Church: 907 E. Laura St, Kingdom Hall: Grace: 1801 E. Cherry St, (Chidren
754-1616 3202 N. MarylandAve, 752- 659-3718 11:00 am Traditiona]
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd, 659-1502 3345 Sunset Heights: Walter Dr, The Sanctw
Turkey Creek Community LATTER-DAY SAINTS 754-2441 outh I
Baptist Church: Church ofJesus Christ LDS: Springhead: 2305 Sparkman Sunda
5447 S. Turkey Creek Rd, 1805 N. Park Rd, 752-6364 Rd, 752-5751 V
737-1224 St. Luke: 809 E. Laura St, Dr Ala'
Turkey Creek First: LUTHERAN 757-6051 Sen Dr. la
Trapnell Rd, 752-7890 Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Bld, Thonolosassa: Fort King Huy
Victory Missionary: MakiRd 752-4622 at Misileloe Dr, 986-7135
Westside: 2503 W. Granfleld Ave, Lrd of Life ELCA: Trinity Plant City: 402 IL
752-1450 2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064 English St, 752-9316
Whitehurst Rd: NAZARENE
901 N. Whitehurst Rd, 754-5405 Wagoner Memorial:
CATHOLIC 2402 Mud Lake Rd, 752-7863
St. Clement: 1104 N. Alexander St, NON-DENOMINATIONAL
752-8251 Calvary Chapel of Plant City: Get the 0Wordl )
CHURCH OF CHRIST 2102 N. Park Rd, 892-0510
N. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder Rd, Full Gospel Fellowship:
752-2771 W. McLin Ave.
Cork: Cork Road, 752-1521 Full Gospel Tabernacle:
Laura St: 1310 E. Laura St, 2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
752-2858 Impact Family Worship Center:
Springhead: Wiggins Rd. Meets at Seffner Elementary
754-1485 School. 65--7914
Kainos International
CHRISTIAN Church of Florida:
(Disciples of Christ) 902 E. Renfo St. 764-0929
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd, Greater lore Christian Center:
752-5385 1109 N. Franklin St, 759-8270
CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT Tampa Bible Fellowship:
Cornerstone Christian: 10201 E. Hillsborough Ave,
McIntosh Rd, Nof SR 574 754-2674
CHRISTIAN METHODIST Unity Christ Church:
EPISCOPAL 1911 N. Gordon St, 659-2624
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St Youman's Praise and Worship
CHURCH OF GOD Center: U.S.92 E Advertise in the
(Cleveland, Tenn.) ORTHODOX Plant City Courier Church Direc
Calvary Community: Holy Protection Ukrainian Call Sue Shelton at
5209 Smith-Ryals Rd Orthodox Church: 3820 Moores 813-752-3113
Dover: Downing St, 659-2900 Lake Rd, Dover, 659-0123
Plant City: 2103 Mudlake Rd.


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RELIGION


Roper Is New Pastor


At Sydney Baptist


StaffReport Columbia, S.C. He served as
The Rev. missionary pastor involved in
James L. church planing and growth in
Roper took rural locations in New York
over as Syd- and Pennsylvania. He pas-
ney Baptist tored in North Carolina and
C h u r c h's Florida before coming to Syd-
new pastor ney Baptist Church.
June 21. He is married to Bobbie,
Roper was and they have four grown chil-
born in dren.


Roper


Gospel sing
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church, 5447 Turkey
Creek Road, will host a gospel
sing featuring the Gulf State
Quartet July 10 at 7 p.m.
Call: 737-3599.

The Stacys in concert
New Hope Worship Center,
803 W. Mahoney St., will host
The Stacys in concert July 11
at 10:30 a.m.
Call: 757-6123.

First Baptist centennial
First Baptist Church of
Dover, 3223 Gallagher Road,
will celebrate its 100th
anniversary July 11.


Sunday school will begin at
9 a.m. with worship service
following at 10:15. Special
music, preaching and memo-
ries from the past will be
presented, and a catered meal
will be served.

Lord of Life events
Lord of Life Lutheran
Church, 2104 Mud Lake Road
offers the following events in
July:
Summer worship sched-
ule: July 11, adult education
hour at 8:30 a.m., traditional
service at 9:30; July 18, adult
education hour at 8:30 a.m.,
monthly contemporary wor-
See OFFERINGS, Page 12,


DEATHS


Brown
Marie Brown, 92, of Plant City died June 27.
She was born in Perry County, Ala., and was
lifelong resident of Plant City.
She was a homemaker and a member of First
Baptist Church of Plant City.
She is survived by a son, Robert M. of Jack-
sonville; a daughter, Ann Cayce of Lakeland;
seven grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren;
and a great-great-grandchild.
She was the wife of the late Robert M., her
husband of 62 years and former Plant City fire
chief.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Brown
Wynell L. Brown, 75, of Lithia died June 29.
She was born in Ponce De Leon and was a
longtime resident of the area.
She was owner/operator of a flower nursery
and attended Mulberry Church of God.
She is survived by three sons, Curtis E. of
Lithia, Donnie E. of Plant City and Wayne D. of
Madison; her daughter, Patricia Taylor of
Cavin, Okla.; her brother, Hilmer Leddon of
Orlando; three sisters, Roydell Kelly of DeFu-
niak Springs, Jeanette Kirkpatrick of Pensacola,
and Lois Chancey of Lithia; 11 grandchildren;
and 11 great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Cason
Margie M. Cason, 76, of Plant City died June
23.
She was born in Noma and was a longtime
resident of Plant City.
She was a bookkeeper for the Hillsborough
County School Board and was a member of
Turkey Creek Chapter 151 of the Order of the
Eastern Star, the South Florida Baptist Hospital
Auxiliary and the Strawberry Singles Club.
She is survived by a son, Mallie L. Morris of


Plant City; a daughter, Patricia A. Hicks of Plant
City; five grandchildren; and 11 great-grand-
children.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Gamble
Lisa D. Gamble, 33, of Lithia died June 29.
She was a lifelong resident of Plant City and a
homemaker.
She is survived by her parents, Carlton and
Helen Creach of Lithia; four brothers, Vaughn
H. Jr. of Lithia, Clayton A. Creach of Lakeland,
and Carlton M. Creach Jr. and Clinton E.
Creach, both of North Florida; her paternal
grandmother, Nellie Eakins of Plant City; and
her maternal grandmother, Lois Grooms.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Hartley
Wilbur Chappell "Chap" Hartley, 71, of Plant
City died June 30.
He was born in Columbia, S.C., and was a
longtime resident of the area.
He was a World War II U.S. Navy veteran and
an equipment operator for CF Industries.
He is survived by his wife, Agnes; his son,
Ronald of Lithia; his daughter, Sandra Brock of
Plant City; his brother, Colvin L. of Mulberry;
five grandchildren; and- two great-grandchil-
dren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

McElwaney
Ronnie McElwaney, 51, of Plant City died
June 24.
He was born in Fayetteville, Ga., and moved
here as a child.
He was an agriculture nursery laborer.
He is survived by a son, Ron of Plant City; two
daughters, Carrie and Cherry, both of Plant

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OFFERINGS
Continued From Page 11


ship service at 9:30; July 25,
adult education hour at 8:30
a.m., traditional service at 9:
30.
Christmas in July July 25.
The congregation and friends
will share the spirit of Christ-
mas with the children of the
Boys and Girls Club of Dover.
Call: (813) 752-6064.

Vacation Bible schools
Wagoner Memorial
Church of the Nazarene, 2402
Mud Lake Road, will host its
vacation Bible school every
Wednesday through July 28
from 7 to 8:20 p.m. Call: 752-
7863.
Grace United Methodist
Church, 1801 E. Cherry St.,
plans a "Champions of God"
sports-themed vacation Bible
school July 21-23 from 6 to 8:
30 p.m. Children in grades
kindergarten through 12 are
invited out for sports-related
games, skits, crafts, activities
and snacks. Call: Jim or Ann,
752-4316, or leave a message
at 659-3718.
Lord of Life Lutheran
Church's vacation Bible
adventure will take place Aug.
21, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
the church, 2104 Mud Lake
Road. The theme is "Treasure
Island: Quest for the King's
Ransom."


Call: 752-6064.

Christian musical
theater camp
Dramatic Impact, a musical
theater camp for children, will
take place July 12-23 at
Bethany Baptist Church, 3409
Cork Road.
Attendees will learn choral
and solo performances, set
design, prop design, drama
delivery and choreography.
There will be a special per-
formance July 23 at 7:30 p.m.
Call: 244-4818 or 486-4606.

Breakthrough Youth Ministry
Breakthrough Youth Minis-
try meets every Monday from
7 to 9 p.m. at New Hope Wor-
ship Center, 803 W. Mahoney
St. All youngsters in grades six
to 12 are invited.
Call: Nancy, 754-9289.

Learning center enrollment
First Presbyterian Learning
Center, 404 W. Reynolds St.,
plans a variety of activities and
special events this summer
and has increased the enroll-
ment age to 7 for its just-
morning or all-day child care.
Call: 752-6874.

Teen Bible study
Teen Bible study and values


discussions are offered the
first and third Monday of each
month from 5 to 6 p.m. at the
Youth Extension Site, Plant
City Family YMCA, 1507 YMCA
Place.
Call: 757-6677.

METS Ministries
METS Ministries, 1102 E.
Laura St., will have restoration
and healing services the first
and third Sunday of every
month at 6:30 p.m.
Each service will feature a
different speaker.
Call: Edith Langston, 759-
0607 or 754-1096.

Mount Olive Baptist
Mount Olive Baptist
Church, 604 W. Ball St., offers
the following community out-
reach services:
A free hot meals ministry
Tuesday and Thursdays from
12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
A food pantry is open
weekdays from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m.
Call: 754-3834.

Christian preschool
Private Christian Preschool
offers a Christian preschool
program for 2- to 4-year-olds
at First Presbyterian Learning
Center, 404 W. Reynolds St.
Call: 752-6874.


DEATHS
Continued From Page 11


City; his mother, Helen Wise of Plant City; four
sisters, Vicky Taylor, Belinda Carter, Juanita
Gillman and Ann Stephens, all of Plant City; his
former wife, Doris; and three grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Moore
Michael R. Moore, 46, of Tampa died June
22.
He was a lifelong resident of Tampa and
served in the U.S. Air Force.
He was a computer programmer.
He is survived by two daughters, Kelly and
Chelsea, both of Tampa; his parents, Frank and
Shari of Plant City; a brother, Frank Jr. of Val-
rico; and two sisters, Pamela Tobey and Penny
Wiggins.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Platt
Worth E. Platt, 98, of Plant City died June 30.
He was born in Polk County and was a life-
long resident of the area.
He was a bank clerk with Hillsborough State
Bank for 17 years and Peoples Bank in Lakeland
for 30 years, retiring in 1972.
He is survived by his son, Richard of Marietta,


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henbaugh of Dallas, N.C., and Beulah of Plant
City; and five grandchildren.

Reno
Mary J. Reno, 87, of Plant City died June 23.
She is survived by two daughters, Martha
Wright and Mary Frances Ramsey; five grand-
children; 15 great-grandchildren; and three
great-great-grandchildren. "
Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon.

Spoon
Gail B. Spoon, 47, of Plant City died June 29.
She was born in Plant City and was a lifelong
resident of the area.
She worked in insurance collections for
Lakeland Regional Medical Center, and was a
member of Freewill Baptist Church.
She is survived by her husband, Bobby; par-
ents Roy and Pluma Bethune of Plant City; two
daughters, Cheryl and Alishia Riley, both of
Plant City; her sister, Felicia Williams of Plant
City; and her maternal grandfather, Grady V.
Underwood of Plant City.
Hopewell Funeral Home.


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how difficult it is to say
goodbye, and about how
proud we are of both our
children and the courage
demonstrated in such a move.
After a lull in the
conversation, I picked up my
Bible, turning to a long
rambling chapter that I
supposed was packed full of
good advice and wisdom. But
it was too much, and the
words were mostly lost by the
time I finished.
So my wife opened hers to a
short passage, and summed
things up nicely with the
following pithy words. "I am
convinced," she read, "that
neither death nor life, neither
angels nor demons, neither
the present nor the future, nor
any powers, neither height
nor depth, nor anything else
in all creation, will be able to
separate us from the love of
God...." Romans 8:38-39
So then we prayed -
according to our family
custom in turn, concluding
with the Lord's Prayer
together. I want you to know
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summon was the deep
emotion of silence.
I opened my eyes and
looked her way, just in time to
see a small tear squeeze from
the corner of her eye. "Thank
you, God," was all she could
muster, and I knew then that I
would cry too.
But it was all right, this
crying together. When we
climbed into the car the
three of us and drove away
toward the Eastern Time Zone
leaving Naomi with a new
home and an unpacked
future, we left in the certain
knowledge that love is strong.
Not only that, but we left in
the certain knowledge that
faith is robust, too, and that
there is nothing that can
separate any one of us from
that kind of assurance.

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plenty of security, ushers,
police, recreation officials and
the like. But there was no
disturbances, no altercations
or arguments. Not even a,
"Hey, down in front."
There was music, thank-
fully toned down so you
didn't need ear plugs. There
were games and drawings.
There were small beach balls
being batted about in the
stands.
There was a patriotic, but
reserved crowd in the stands,
all waiting for the big fire-
works show. Just like in the
old days.
Jesse Carr, the city's
building supervisor, and his
wife, Brenda, were selected by
a random drawing as the big
winners of that Corvette or
SSR dragster-truck, take your
pick.
Each one cost just more
than $46,000. Jesse didn't
seem too embarrassed by the
win. "This is the first time I
have ever won anything like
this" he said.
The announcement and the
crowd reaction to the win was
so low-key for such a high-
priced prize, that it seemed
like a let down to me. Some
guy behind me said: "Why
don't they let him get in one
and do donuts in the infield.
That would be more dra-
matic."
Maybe next year.
The fireworks didn't
disappoint.
Twenty-eight minutes of
high-altitude explosions,
revealing every possible way


to display the magic of
gunpowder and different
shades of phosphorus, is hard
to beat.
Every eye was turned
skyward for the whole time,
because if you blinked you
would miss another array of
beautiful colors and designs.
You could close your eyes and
feel the explosions. They were
close enough to hypnotize,
but far enough away to pose
no threat.
A gentle breeze carried the
smoke and debris away from
the field as rocket after rocket
launched into the cloudy but
rain-free sky.
A helicopter or blimp
hovered high in the sky
beyond the left field wall,
remaining stationary until the
fireworks show was over.
From that height you could
see every fireworks display in
the county.
They might have been
taping the drama for a local
television station that I was
told presented a delayed
broadcast at 10:30 that night.
I hope they also showed the
Plant City Fir* Rescue Color
Guard presenting the flag to
appreciative applause. I hope
the station played the audio
of the patriotic songs we
heard in the stadium.
I enjoyed the show, and I
enjoyed the people.
It made me proud to be an
American, and to live in a
town that is a good part of it.
George H. Newman is a
reporter for The Courier.


Special to The Courier
The Half Dome adventurers refueling during their Yosemite trip earlier this summer: Susan
Kurckinski, left, Sharon Dicks, Becky Wetherington and Deejay Hellrung.

BRIGGS
Continued From Page 8


Grandpa Robert Moos and
Granny Paula and Gramps Bill
Veltheim.
Great Aunt Shelby Bender
tells me he is named after his
Grandpa Bill and his Uncle
Jeff. Don't want to leave out
the proud parents who did all
the hard birthing work, Jessica
and Bobby Veltheim. Con-
gratulations to all.


More news about some fine
catches: just as Randy and
Shirley Joyce headed to Texas
last week to see a new grand-


baby, brother Jeff was coming
back from fishing trip in the
Keys.
I'm told mahi mahi was
sure taking the bait. How
about some pictures of the
exciting "keepers" grandbabyy
and dolphins)?


Our prayers are with our
neighbors Nita and Lowell
Shaw on the extensive
damage to their home in our
historic district due to a fire.
It's one of those times when
it is especially hard to grasp


"all things work towards
good."


Editor's note: Due to an
editor's error, a photo caption
in last week's column had the
wrong name for Jose Sanchez
and misstated the relationship
between Sanchez and his
girlfriend, Marlene Haney.
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Members of the Walden Lake Swim Team show off the medals they earned for making the finals
of the Private Club Championships in Clearwater June 19-20. Sixteen of the club's 20 entrants
made it to the finals in the competition comprised of 680 entrants. Above, is Haleigh Reavill, left,
Bailey Bowden, Kaylen Kelly, Nick Casey, and Ryan Peters. Below, listed from left, front to rear, is
Robby Knox, Carly Knox, Chloe Wineinger, Jarrett Joyner, Carson Knox, J.P. Coton, Savannah Joyner,
Hannah Kirkwood, Chelsea Bowden, Jordan Joyner and Nick Casey.
An unidentified golfer surveys his shot during Unity in the N'j ;
Community's third annual Golf Benefit Classic at Wedgewood
Golf & Country Club in Lakeland. The tournament roster was" i
packed with 144 players, 36 teams. The winning foursome won a
stay and golf rounds at Port Orleans at Disney World. The event,
sponsored by Kash n' Karry, raised $15,600 to help Unity feed < L-
Plant City's hungry. Below, Plant City Garden Club president
Darcy Stottlemyer, left, presents homeowners Linda and C.B.
Dean with the club's June beautification award. The award is M
presented each month to a well-landscaped yard in the Plant A
City area. Also shown are club members Wynona James andc
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Spectators "ooh" and "ahh" under the light of the fireworks show Sunday during the the third annual Bill Heard July Fourth Celebration at the Plant
City Stadium. The display capped off an evening full of games and entertainment and the stands were filled to capacity for the show.


SHOW of SPIRIT


Jesse Carr and his wife, Brenda, are all smiles after
their names were drawn as the winners of a new car
from Bill Heard Chevrolet. They had a choice of a
Corvette or the new SSR, a limited-edition truck that
is more like a sports car, and even test drove both this
week. But in the end they asked Bill Heard officials if
they could go for another option: a 2500 HD crew cab
truck with a Duramax diesel engine. "They were great
toys, but we needed a truck," said Jesse Carr, who
works for the city's building department and has a
cattle ranch. "We're practical people. This truck's going
to work." At left, Mother Nature put on a show of her
own on Independence Day, first with a thunderstorm,
then with this sunset.

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Above, members of the Plant City Fire Depart-
ment Color Guard stand at attention while the
men's a cappella group from First Baptist Church
of Plant City sing the "Star-Spangled Banner." At
right, Shevonne Brown, 13, asks for a little
"Respect" while performing the song, one of four
numbers she.sang.


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Darra Tanner, left, and Sarah Everle, both 14 and of
Winter Haven, get tangled up in Twister, one of several
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BUSINESS


New Downtown Eatery Goes Italian


OPENED JUNE 22
NEXT TO SHELBY'S
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Call it what you want, just
call often, so say Mark and
Julie Rose, owners of the new
Bella Rosa Ristorante Italiano
at 110 E. Reynolds St.
"Now, that's Italian," said
Mark Rose as he tasted the
sauce to be served with a
meal of pasta and all the trim-
mings.
Mark Rose is working with
Chef Steve Figueroa to make
the restaurant's lunch and
dinner menus, and the meals
themselves, speak Italian.
"The food is what we work
the hardest at," Julie Rose
said.
"But the atmosphere, the
decor, the ambiance is what I
have contributed to, and I'm
very pleased."
Working with interior
designer Monica Clement,
Julie Rose took the banquet
room of Shelby's American
Bistro and separated it into
Bella Rosa's own dining
facility.
"Julie and I sat down and
took a look at what we had to
work with," Clement said.
"The original brick in the
walls, the high ceiling, the tile
floor, the separate entrance
from Shelby's, it all lent itself
to the old Italian theme we
were looking for. I made a few
sketches of what we could do
and Julie liked it."
Julie Rose liked it even
more when it was completed
about three weeks later.
"I wanted to give the
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With the help of an interior designer, Julie Rose took the banquet room of Shelby's American
Bistro and created Bella Rosa's own dining room at 110 E. Reynolds St.


entered the ristorante, that
you were walking into an Ital-
ian courtyard, with a gate,
outside decorations, court-
yard lighting, some outside
art and great food."
The Roses, who also own
Shelby's, are determined to


bring fine. dining downtown.
"We certainly want to be
part of thebig-picture," Mark
Rose said.
"The downtown is coming
alive and we want to be there
in a big way. The food is fresh
and home cooked. It's Bella


Rosa fresh. Nothing is pre-
packaged. It's all made from
scratch and nothing is fro-
zen."
The Roses said the response
to Bella Rosa has been great
since the eatery opened June
22.


GOING PLACES

Albury joins 84 Lumber
Jeremy Albury has been
hired as a manager trainee at
the 84
h8 Lumber store
Ss in Plant City.
Albury, a
y :^ native of
Lakeland, is a
2001 graduate
of Kathleen
, High School.
As a
manager
Albury trainee,
Albury is
responsible for sales, estimat-
ing and material takeoffs,
performing in-store merchan-
dising and maintaining store
and yard appearance.

Alman achieves
1 million miles accident free
Werner Enterprises'
owner-operator driver Jerry
Alman recently achieved one
million accident-free miles
driving for the company.
Alman, who lives in Plant
City, has been with the
company for more than 10
years.
Werner Enterprises is a
truckload carrier of general
commodities in interstate and
intrastate commerce. The
company is headquartered in
Omaha, Neb. ,
Going Places is a new
feature to highlight hirings,
promotions, award recipients
and other noteworthy achieve-
ments of members of Plant
City's business sector. We
welcome headshots to run
with items. Submit to editor
Tony Marrero at tmarrero@m-
ediageneral.com, or mail to
101 N. Wheeler St., Plant City,
FL 33566.


BUSINESS CONNECTIONS

Plant City Rotary meets Tuesdays at 7 a.m. at the the Park, 108 S. Collins St. Association of Plant City meets the last
The Plant City Rotary Club meets Ramada Inn of Plant City, 2011 N. The club aims to help build business Monday of the month from 11:45 to 1:
Monday at 12:15 p.m. at Walden Lake Wheeler St. Call: Bruce, 754-3030. and relationships by strategically net- 15 p.m. in the Community Room of
Golf and Country Club. working with local professionals. South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N.
Call: Bill Hermance, 707-5590. Networking club Call: Courtney Paat, 754-1725. Alexander St.
Network Professionals, a Plant City RSVP: Shannon Mitchell, 757-8512,
Daybreak Rotary business networking club, meets American Business Women or e-mail shannon.mitchell@bay-
The Plant City Daybreak Rotary Club Thursdays at 7:30 a.m. at Andrew's on The American Business Women's care.org.



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time the fire was discovered and Plant City Fire
Rescue was notified.
"I tried to put the fire out but couldn't find
the extinguisher," Steve said. "I tried to call 911
but the phone lines had burned out. I went
running to the neighbors and someone told me
they had already called. I could only sit outside
and watch the windows blow out of the house
as the fire got worse."
The first call on the fire was received at 6:37
p.m. The first fire unit was on the scene within
two minutes, reporting heavy smoke and
flames.
The downstairs portion of the home was
practically gutted. The upstairs suffered flame
and smoke damage but some of the property in
that area was not destroyed. Jewelry boxes,
photos and some storage boxes were recovered
intact.
"We don't want to agonize over this," Lowell
Shaw said. "No one was hurt. No one is going to
the morgue. All things can work to a better end.
As I was taught, and as I know, God is at work
for good in all things with those who love him
and work for him."
Family members showed up at the home to
help in the cleanup and salvage what is left. A
home inspector has been consulted to
determine the structural damage and to
determine if the home can be restored. Neigh-
bors have brought food and toiletries to help in
the cause. The Shaws stated their appreciation
for all the help they have received.

A temporary home delivered
"Someone mentioned that perhaps we could
rent or buy a motor coach to help us stay right
here and continue our work to clean up and
start rebuilding," Nita said. "That is when the
Lord showed us there is always hope."
The Shaws were looking through newspa-
pers to find a motor home that they might pur-
chase or lease to help them stay on the
property. They found one that seemed perfect
for the task and planned to call, but their plans
changed when they arrived at the home Friday
morning.
"There was a motor home parked in our
driveway when we arrived," Nita said. "I
thought it was someone visiting, or someone
who had stopped by to help. Then someone
noticed the for sale sign in the window and the
phone number listed to call for information."
It was the same number listed in the paper.
Brenda and Guy Ford own the 30-foot
Georgetown motor home. It contains a slide
out kitchen and living room that will add to the
convenience. The Fords live just three blocks
away from the Shaws.
"We heard about the fire and wanted so
much to help them out," Brenda Ford said.
"We knew they would have no place to stay so
we took the mobile home over there so they
could use it while they are fixing up the house.
We have been trying to sell it for a while. It was
only sitting in the yard. It was the right thing to
do, so we did it."
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Their daughter Sheri Ruland thought there
was a coincidence.
"That may be considered a coincidence, but
it will certainly make you stop and think, won't
it?" she said. Sheri and Steve Ruland came
down from Atlanta to help out where they can.
Coincidence or not, the Shaws said they feel
blessed.
Brenda Ford said she was glad to help.
"God has blessed us," she said. "If you do
something to help others, someone will be
there to help you when the time comes. The
motor home will help. But the Shaws are going
to need more than a place to stay. They will
need carpenters, and electricians, roofers and
other contractors to get them back on their
feet. We know people who live right in this area
who can help. It will be like a barn raising in the
old days."
Ford, who is a teacher at Tomlin Middle
School, said she lived in an Amish area as a
youngster and saw communities come to the
aid of those in trouble many times.
"Plant City is a lot like that," Ford said. "Good
people in need will find help. And there is more
to it than that. Nita Shaw was a teacher in this
town for years. She has given so much to many
of our children. Guy and I just have to help
her."
Nita Shaw originally worked as a counselor
at Pinecrest Elementary. She finished a long
career in the Hillsborough County school
system by spending nine years as a counselor
at Jackson Elementary.
Brenda Ford said the Shaws are welcome to
use the motor home as long as they need it. Any
offers for its sale will be put off until the crisis
has passed, she said.

Salvaging what they can
The Shaws will have to wait until engineers
can determine if the house can be saved, but in
the meantime they are removing and sifting
through the debris, salvaging what they can.
"We are hoping to secure a grant or low-
interest loan to help us rebuild," Lowell Shaw
said. "The questions are if the house is savable.
How much will it cost? How much will the
insurance cover and what restrictions will we
have if we can rebuild it?"
Lowell Shaw said the house could not be
insured for more than $100,000 due to its age
and the replacement costs. To rebuild a his-
toric house to original standards would cost
much more than the insurance company
would agree too. Contents, most of which were
family heirlooms and antiques, are also under-
insured. The family is not sure how much of the
value they'll recover.
"We love that house," Nita said. "It has been
an important part of our lives. We raised Coni,
our youngest here. We helped raise her best
friend, Kim (Howard Dierickxt), in the house,
too. All our (eight) grandchildren played in this
house. The neighbors' children were always
welcome.
"God provided this house for us almost 20
years ago. We could write a book about our
blessings. We have a wonderful family and you
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SPORTS


Offense Drives



Softball All-Stars


11-12S A VICTORY
FROM SECTIONALS
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
While the 9- and 10-year-
old team was getting tired of
waiting, a different sort of
fatigue threatened Plant City's
11- and 12-year-old softball
all-stars on Monday. Their
arms were getting tired from
swinging their bats. -
That's what can happen
when a team scores 27 runs in
a game, on the heels of scoring
16 the previous contest. Plant
City's offensive output had
the team in great position,
needing only one more victory
to win the District 4 Little
League tournament at Mike
Sansone Park.
On the other hand, the 9-10
team was just hoping to get a
game in. Already having
received a bye as tourney host,
Plant City's scheduled game
Monday night was called off
due to flooding The game
was rescheduled for July 6.
Getting started was no
problem for the 11-12 team. It
began against a good North
Lakeland squad Saturday
afternoon.
The game was 1-1 after two
innings but Plant City broke it
open, putting North Lakeland
away with six runs in the fifth
inning to win 14-6.
Chelsea Hanks was the win-
ning pitcher and Brittany Har-
well led at the plate with three
singles. Sarah Godheim sin-
gled once, walked three times


Maybe, just maybe, the
Texas Rangers will hang on
to Kenny Rogers this time.
The 1982 Plant City High
graduate is having quite the
early season, especially for
someone who any team
could have signed for not a
huge amount of money.
After letting Rogers go not
once during a stint in
which he pitched a perfect
game, but twice after a
2002 season when he may
have been their best pitcher
- the pitching-poor Rangers
signed him back this spring
and are pretty glad they did.
[n case you missed Kenny's
last week, it was pretty
noteworthy.
First there was the minor
news that Rogers was named
to the all-star team for the
second time in his career.
He'll get to pitch and is
legitimately a candidate to
start the game, which will be
played Tuesday night in
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and scored four of Plant City's
14 runs.
Hanks and the team's other
11-year-old pitcher, MacKen-
zie Audus, pitched in the first
two games, but Plant City also
has two other good throwers
in 12-year-olds Godheim and
Ellen Whatley.
"We have four very good
pitchers; I wouldn't say we
have one ace. All four could be
aces," manager Tate Whatley
-said.
Audas not only was the win-
ning pitcher, striking out six
Monday night in the 27-3 blo-
wout against Lake Wales, but
she also had three singles at
the plate. Catie Wood had
three doubles, Harwell had
four hits, including two dou-
bles, and Tara Thomas added
two singles.
Lake Wales was coming off
a 10-0 victory against Hardee
in the tournament's first game
Saturday morning.
If Plant City was able to beat
the Lake Wales-North Lake-
land winner it will next be
playing in the sectional tour-
nament. Had Plant City lost, it
would still get one more
chance to move on and that
game would, weather permit-
ting, be played tonight at 6:
30.
The sectional events for all
age groups, softball and base-
ball, start July 16 weekend at
Mike Sansone. Sectional win-
ners advance to the state tour-
nament.
The other Plant City softball
team, the Juniors, was elimi-
nated in a tough final-inning
loss on Monday night.


Plant City Little League Teams Get Hot


SEVERAL REACH WINNERS BRACKET
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The possibility for an all-Plant City winners-
bracket clash was still in place through the
opening days of the Little League baseball dis-
trict tournament in two age groups.
Plant City got off to great starts in the 11- and
12-year-old division across Hardee and
Auburndale and the Juniors (13-year-olds) at
Lake Wales.
Meanwhile, the Plant City Minor All-Stars
saw their season end against a very strong Lake
Wales team, 8-2, in Saturday's District 4 cham-
pionship game at Plant City.
"Out of 16 teams, we finished in second.
That's something to be proud of," said Plant
City coach Joe Bowles.
In the half of the 9- and 10-year-old bracket
played at Plant City, the hosts took the winners
bracket last Tuesday with a 6-0 victory over
North Lakeland. T.J. Petersen tossed a
complete-game shutout with six strikeouts.


Then last Thursday, Plant City played Lake
Wales, which had gone undefeated in its half of
the tourney at Lake Wales. Featuring the son of
former major leaguer Pat Borders, Lake Wales
won 8-1, scoring five runs in the first inning on
four hits. Pushed into its first must-win contest,
Plant City beat Hardee Friday night, 6-3, jump-
ing out to a 3-0 lead in the second inning. Ken-
neth Floyd and Dehryen Noriega both singled
and scored, and Petersen again was the win-
ning pitcher.
Plant City had to beat Lake Wales twice to
advance as district champion, but lost, 8-2, on
Saturday to get knocked out of the playoffs.
The Major (11-12) boys bracket was set up so
that, if things went their way, Plant City Ameri-
can would be face Plant City National Friday
night. PC American received a first-round bye
before defeating Poinciana, 10-0, Monday
night in Auburndale.
Ruben Garcia, an imposing 5-foot-7, 150-
pound 12-year old, struck out 10 to get the win.
Plant City plated seven runs in the second
inning. Mike Singletary started the early scor-
See BASEBALL, Page 20


SPORTS BRIEFS


DAREK
SHARP


"I'm excited. Being picked
by the players and coaches,
that in itself is a great
privilege," Rogers said on the
team's Web site, even joking
"they had to pick me so they
could get the average age of
the group up."
Rogers is 39 and, for those
who still don't know, was not
a pitcher during his career at
Plant City High. He was very
slight of build, a good
; . SeeSHARiPJge 20


FOOTBALL
Raider football
Plant City High School foot-
ball coach Todd Long encour-
ages all students who plan on
playing football, including
incoming ninth-graders, to
attend weightlifting sessions.
Until Aug. 1 the field house
will be open on Mondays,
Tuesday and Thursdays for
morning and evening ses-
sions.
Prospective football players
will need to attend either a 9
a.m. or 5:30 p.m. session each
of the three days.

SOCCER
Lancers U-12 fundraiser
The Plant City Lancers
under-12 travel soccer team
,willhold adfundraiser, Lancer.'s


Beach Party, Aug. 21 from 7:30
p.m. to 1 a.m.
Event will raise funds to
help Lancers pay for uniforms
and tournament and referee
fees. There will be music, food,
dancing and an open bar at
the event on Armory/Airport
Road.
Cost is $35 in advance, $40
at door.
Call: Chris Black, 299-2449.

Women's recreational league
Players Club Soccer offers a
women's recreational soccer
program for all levels of experi-
ence. The safe, fun pickup
league meets Wednesday
nights at 7:30 at Heather Lakes
Soccer Complex, behind the
Winn-Dixie at Providence and
Lumsden in Brandon. A $5 fee
is required to help defray lights.


and field-maintenance costs.
Call: Romildo Sanches, 662-
9512, or visit www.playersclub
soccer.com.

SOFTBALL
USSSA state championships
USSSA state softball tourna-
ments in five age groups will
be held at the Plant City Sta-
dium and Softball Four-Plex
July 16-18.
Teams will compete in 10-
U, 12-U, 14-U, 16-U and 18-U
divisions with a triple-elimi-
nation format.
Cost is $250 per team; regis-
tration deadline is July 9.
Contact: Rocky Elling-
sworth, rellingsworth@plantc-
itygov.com.

See SPORTS BRIEFS, Page 20


SHARP CUTS


Rogers Named To

MLB All-Star Game






20 THE COURIER JULY 8, 2004


SPORTS BRIEFS
Continued From Page 19
Umpires needed
The Plant City Parks & Recreation Depart-
ment seeks umpires from all areas to work in its
recreational softball leagues.
Call: Roy, 671-4605 or 659-4200, Ext. 4302.

Eclipse players wanted
The Eclipse 12-and-under fastpitch travel
softball team seeks players to try out for team
openings. Call: Jack Owens, 684-4046.

SUMMER CAMPS
Durant Summer Slam
Hillsborough County Parks and Recreation
Department and Durant High wrestling coach
Dennis Kitko will host the Summer Slam Wres-
tling Camp July 19-22 at Durant High School,
4748 Cougar Path.
Camp meets from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. each
day with instruction for beginner to advanced
wrestlers. Register on July 19 from 8 to 8:30
a.m. Parent must be present at registration
with proof of insurance.
Cost is $60 and includes T-shirt.
Call: Kitko, (863) 838&-7184, or John Heyman,
610-5751.


Scuba camp
Woods & Water scuba camp will hold a one-
week program for children ages 10 to 14 July
12-16. Classes at dive site taught by certified
scuba schools international open-water
instructors, and parents may join their chil-
dren on open-water dives.
Cost is $350 per person with camp sessions
running from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. An orienta-
tion session is required when registering.
Call: 684-0122.

SWIMMING
Jr. Lifeguard certification
The Plant City Family YMCA will offer a Jr.
Lifeguard certification program for ages 12 to
15 on July 12-16 from 8 a.m. to noon daily at
the Y, 1507 YMCA Place.
Cost is $70 for YMCA members or $100 for
nonmembers. Prerequisites include being able
to swim 100 yards freestyle and demonstrate
elementary backstroke and breaststroke. Skills
covered will include boating safety, first aid
and basic CPR, personal water safety and
assisting lifeguards outside the water.
Participants will receive a Jr. Lifeguard T-
shirt, a snack and a completion certificate.
Register by July 9 to avoid $5 late-registration
fee.
Call: 757-6677.


SHARP
Continued From Page 19
defensive outfielder the.
Rangers took a chance on
late in the draft. He turned
pro in 1989 and stayed with
Texas until the end of the
1995 season, when he went
to the Yankees for two
seasons, then to Oakland
where he had a great 16-8
season in 1998. Texas signed
him again in 2000, then after
three more years there
Rogers was picked up on the
cheap by Minnesota, where
all he did was go 13-8.
For all his success Rogers
happens to be amazingly
humble and easygoing.
That was again the case
Monday night, when Rogers
picked up his 12th victory of
the season, the first pitcher
in the big leagues this season
to win that many. Rogers did
allow five runs to Cleveland
but still won the game, and
afterwards said, "I really
didn't have a clue of where


the ball was going, not even
close."
He explained the reason
for his struggles was most
likely a badly pulled right
hamstring he injured while
shagging fly balls in the
outfield on Saturday. Rogers
hopes that does not keep
him out of action this week
for Texas and, of course, in
Houston for the All-Star
Game.
It was nice to see Carl
Crawford get selected, like
Rogers by his peers, to the
All-Star Game. How nice is it
for a Devil Ray to get picked
for the team, and not just
because the rules dictate all
teams must be represented
by at least one player.
And note to the Devil
Rays: if the Rangers want to
give up on Rogers again after
this season, you could do
worse. I'm sure he wouldn't
mind the short drive to work.


BASEBALL
Continued From Page 19


ing barrage with an RBI sacri-
fice fly and Cole Dickson
capped the outburst with a
two-run double.
Plant City American was
scheduled to play a very strong
North Lakeland American
squad yesterday. A Plant City
victory would land them in
Friday's finals bracket contest
while a loss would force a


rematch tonight.
Over in Hardee, PC National
opened by waxing Bartow, 15-
2, as Ian Mawinney was the
winning pitcher. Then in a
barnburner played against the
hosts Monday night, Plant
City won 3-0. Brett Nizamoff
held Hardee down with six
shutout innings. All of Plant
City's runs came in one inning,


the first two courtesy a pair of
bases-loaded walks and Brad-
ley Young hitting an RBI
single.
"That was a good Little
League game," said PC
National coach Dennis Paka-
nik. "We scraped, scratched
and clawed our way for those
runs."
In Lake Wales, for the first


time Plant City was split into
two separate all-star teams in
the Junior bracket. PC
-National won its first game
over Lakeland City Satuday
afternoon, then was sched-
uled to play Lake Wales Tues-
day.
Plant City American
advanced to the winners-
bracket final with a 17-1 win


over Poinciana Monday night.
PC American had more diffi-
culty in its opener, a 4-0 vic-
tory over North Lakeland on
Saturday.
Logan Polk threw a one-
hitter, striking out nine.
American plays tonight at 6,
and it will be against PC
National had it won Tuesday's
game.


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLS-
BOROUGH COUNTY, FLORI-
DA
Case No: 04-DR-10009
Division: R
RANDYJ.ERICKSON
Petitioner
and
CAROLE M. ERICKSON
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE
TO Carole M. Erickson, 8647
Indian Ridge Way, Lake-
land, Fl, 33810.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on
Randy J. Erickson whose
address is 3213 Sunset
Oaks Dr, Plant CIty, Fl33563
on or before July 26 2004
and file the original with
the clerk of this Court at
302 N. Michi an Ave, Plant
City, Fl 33563 before ser-
vice on Petitioner or imme-
diately thereafter. If you
fail to do so, a default may
be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the
petition.
Copies of all court docu-
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ing orders, are available at
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Court's office. You may re-
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You must keep the Clerk of
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notified of your current ad-
dress. (You may file Notice
of Current Address, FLori-
da Supreme Court Ap-
proved Family Law Form
12.915.) Future papers in
this lawsuit will be mailed
to the address on record at
the clerk's office.
WARNING: RULE 12.285
Florida Family Law Rules of
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result in sanctions, includ-
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Dated 6/13/04
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
BY: ELLEN P. NEUBAUM
Deputy CLerk
No:6378 7/1;8;15;22,2004
IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE
THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR HILLSBOROUGH
COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO: 2004-1364
IN RE: Estate of:
JEANETTE E. HINDS, De-
ceaased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of JEANETTE E.
HINDS, deceased,, File
Number 2004-1364is pend-
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$194k. 813-925-8999
SOUTH TAMPA 3611 S.
Himes. Beautifully
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pus large Fam. Rm. w/
et Bar. HW floors &
new tile. Outdoor Spa,
fenced yard. $254,000.
Barbara D.Jones
Empire Real Estate LLC
813-684-6919 310-5266
SOUTH TAMPA, 4219 W.
Vasconia. 2 br, 1 ba, FR
w/fpl,1225 sf, iardwd &
tile firs, lot 75x120
$260K. Broker
protected. 813-933-7144
South Tampa/Hyde Park
Condo. 2BR 2BA, 900sf,
vaulted ceilings, pool
view, reserved parking,
gated. 156900.
Ca11c13- 20-3950
SOUTH TAMPA
Rent to Own! 3br/lba
fen bk yrd, 1200sf, next
to park. Terms negotia-
ble. Please call
813-728-0242
1102 I Northwest I
BEARRS & N. BLVD
Waterfront 4/2, hrdwd
firs, 2100sf, new roof &
A/C, in Lake Morley
Terrace. 14905 LeJuene
Ln. $179,500 813-962-4687


1102 I Northwest I
LUTZ, 5br/3V/2ba/2cg, 2
story. 2868sf, all apple ,
1st fir ceramic tile,
Comm has golf, tennis,
club hse & gym.
$300,000 813-909-9732
LUTZ Willow Bend
Subdv. 4br 2 full baths,
conservation lot, 2160
sf, many uprades,
$215k. 81-210- 98.
813-679-7617
ODESSA 4/3/2, pool,
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huge 750' & 260'
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$289,900. For appt./info.
call (813)892-2610
Owner/Realtor
WESTCHASE, Just like a
model! Adorable 3/2.5/2
w/ 1500+ sqft. 2stry
w/pretty oak rail stair-
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cooktop, must see!
$184,900.813-254-6444
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Call (813)926-9358
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4115 Sewaha
813-985-4758 or
727-543-9587
104 East
104Hillsborough
Apollo Beach Mira Bay
water views 1966sgTt.
Maint free villa $295,000
Owner/Agent: Brooke
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Realty 813-781-0751
Brandon, Riverview,
Seffner, Valrico areas.
FIRSTTIME BUYERS
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LITHIA, 3/2 1680 sq ft, for-
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kit, patio,ceramic tile.
On 1.5 ac. fenced corner
lot, pole barn w/work
shop, pool w/deck,
water system on well
$167,000. 813-737-1463
PLANT CITY, Walden Lake
G.C. 3/2/2. Den, Grt Rm,
LgLtBkfstRm,32' Lanai,
Jenn-Aire, Fp, Fans &
Fixt. Tile, New Roof &
Appls. Oversized Gar &
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2690 Sf total. $178500.
By Owner. 813-754-6774
RIVERVIEW, 4BR. 2BA,
2CG 1953sf, catch. cel,
garden bath. Beautiful
home, motivated seller.
$179,400 Bayside Realty
Group Inc. (813)787-1446
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Sub. 3br/2ba 1865sf, No
CDD, $185K New! Ready
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SUN CITY 1BR, 1.5BA, on
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Ref/Stove/W/D, gated,
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71,900 (813) 748-2626
|1141 Waterfront
APOLLO BEACH Water-
front Lot 75x120 Dock,
Seawall, 13000 Lb Lift,
$285,000 OBO
813-478-9464
813-645-4441
Mini Waterfront Estate
7/4/2,4000sf, 7/10 ac
in law apt, frplc, pool,
dock. 2 jacuzzi tubs,
$329,900727-841-8100
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Southern Style Home
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den, 2baths, 2 + car ga-
rage 2100 + sq ft, with
one bonus outbuilding
w/central AC, set-up as
office. 9250 Creston Ave.
1254,900. By owner
27-919-6547.
1116L Highlands I
LAKE ISTOKPOGA Water-
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details: 863-699-6856

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Private, Small Gated
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$239,900813-855-7178
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11211 Condominiuml
Channelside, 1000sf loft
12' ceil, low mo. main
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Pre-Constr. Brand new
Victory Loft's bldg ask-
ing $249k, 941-705-6677
11231 Townhouses I
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1 ACRE Lots, MH's al-
lowed S. of Plant City,
Smith Ryal Rd, $35,000
813-707-0075
1 acre river access lots
$5995-$7995
Ft. White area close to
Santa Fe & Ichetucknee
rivers. Owner Financing
$295 down 800-352-5263
Florida Woodland Grp,
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3 MONTHS FREE lot rent.
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1126 1Acreage I
Brandon Area-12.5 acres
of gorgeous woods &
pasture, 5 mi. from
Brandon 1 mi. N. of RT
60 $35,00/acre. Deb at
Solaris Rlty 813-690-4138
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LEVY COUNTY, FL 652 ac.
approx. 10 miles E. of
Cedar Key. Well-known
for deer hog & turkey
hunting. Plenty of young
pines and mature hard-
wood left. $1550/ac. Call
(478) 290-6200
LITHIA 5.22 wooded acres
for sale. Price reduced
$129,900. Off of CR39, 1
mile N. of 672, Gray Rd.
High and dry.
Call (813)677-5778
PLANTCITY 18,19,40&56
acreparcels for residen-
tial development zone 1
& 2.5 acre homesite.
$22-$25K per acre by
owner 813-404-5669
Farms,
130 Groves, &
Ranches
SCHLEY COUNTY GA.,
1,700 acres. Will divide
into smaller tracts. Big
Deer & Turkey country.
Muckalee Creek front-
age, excellent pine &
hardwoods. $1350/ per
acre.770-444-3511
I 1 Homes With |
13""I Acreage

PLANT CITY Beautiful
Country Dream Home,
5br3ba, Lg Pool & Lanai,
2900sf 3/4 Acres,
Buy Owner Must See!
$325,000.*863-860-4005
138 IFlorida RealI
138 | Estate

1 ACRE RIVER ACCESS
LOTS, $5995-$7995 Ft.
White area close to
Santa Fe & Ichetucknee
Rivers. Owner Financ-
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800-352-5263, Florida
Woodland Group Inc.,
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I Florida Real
138 Estate

BEAUTIFUL LOT close to
The Villages of Marion.
Fully fenced, St. Augus-
tine sod 9 mature Live
Oaks. 150'x125' builda-
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surrounded by pool
homes. $29,500.
352-274-4451 days;
352-347-4390 nights.
BREAK OUT Of the city
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Florida Land Sale! 1-5
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Down, Low Monthly
Fixed interest at 8.5%
Call today! Carl-Anne
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erickThompson, RE Bro-
k er / O w ner
352-378-4814 ttgcar-
r i @ aol c o m
www.NFLLAND.com
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Elrenton in the Lakes ar-
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Will consider lease, 2
bedroom, and 2 bath
patio furnished. Call
352-347-3384
North Florida Land Sale
Madison and Suwannee
County. High and Dry. 10
acres. From $37,955.
$495.00 down and
$389.00 monthly. Jim
Jean Real Estate
1-800-722-5326
www.jimjean.com
River Bargain with direct
access to the Harris
Chain of Lakes in Lake
County. 3BR/3BA, Large
Workshop, Screened La-
nai with new hottub. Re-
cently remodeled. Boat
house with dock and
boat lift. Extra water-
front lot included.
$279,000.352-694-2345
Vero Oceanridge Estate -
Prime Oceanfront Par-
cel, one of lastavailable.
Complete plans+ per-
mits for extraordinary
home included
$1,600,000. Will build to
suit. J.C. DeNiro & Asso-
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Ce11/772-321-2041
Eves/772-234- 5484 Of-
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WAKE UP TO Vacation Ev-
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da Land Sale. 1-5 acres.
Owner Finance Avail-
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terest. Thompson
Group. Inc. Owner/Bro-
ker Cari-Anne Powell
Agent 352-378-4814
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www.NFLLAND.com
1143J Out Of State |
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Bargain prices on wood-
ed golf front & view
homesites on gorgeous
mtn course. No time lim-
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lowest interest rates!
Call (866)334-3253, x 710
or www.cherokeeval-
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Mary's Coastal Commu-
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edged by beautiful wa-
terways, breathtaking
vistas, ocean access.
Early purchase incen-
tives & selection reser-
vations. Information
1-888- 231-5263.
LAKE BARGAIN $24,900.
Free covered boat slip!
Gently sloping lake view
parcel w/nice mix of low
rolling meadows &
trees. Abuts national
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recreational lake in
TENN. Paved roads, wa-
ter, sewer, more. Excel-
lent financing. Call now
(800)704-3154, ext. 483,
unset Bay, LLC.
LAKE BARGAIN $24,900.
Free covered boat slip!
Gently sloping lake view
parcel w/ nice mix of
low rolling meadows &
trees. Abuts national
forest on 35,000 acre
recreational lake in
TENN. Paved roads, wa-
ter, sewer, more. Excel-
lent financing Call now
1-800-704-3154 ext. 482,
Sunset Bay, LLC
LAKE LURE Golf & Beach
Resort Near Chimney
Rock, NC area. Breath-
taking views! Champi-
onship golf; boating;
tennis; shopping. 1N
acre homestEes avail-
able, beginning 60,000.
www.laurelmountai-
nestates.com (828)625-
4905 or (828)289-2150
Mountain Land Near
Boone, NC Up to 10 acres
from $10,000-$35,000
Seller or local financing
arranged. Great views,
Good roads, Near fresh
water streams. Lowe &
Son Land Company
336-835-2281
www.buyncland.com
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S11431 Out Of State I
N GEORGIA MOUNTAINS
Cabin on 2 wooded
acres, 3/2 w/hardwood
floors, wetbar, sun-
room, screened porch,
garage, price includes
urn i s h i ngs .
MLS#95626. $265,000.
Contact Anna William-
son, Coldwell Banker
High Country, 800-307-
0777; 706-633-9847
emaifannecb@tds.net
NC MOUNTAIN SALEILog
Home/$79,900-$2,000
square foot log home
with big views Moun-
tain views from $17,9001
1 + acre riverfronts from
$49,900! Excellent Fi-
nancing! (800)455-1981,
Ext 85.
N.C. Mountains
3.7 ac with new log cabin
shell $84,900. Acreage
available w/stunning
mountain views,
streams paved r.oad.,
Prices tjrring at
129.900 wvvli ,njrc,ng.
828 267 1063.
You can unload your
washer with an ad in ap-
pliances, class 416.
North Carolina-COOLDSE-
RENE,BLUE RIDGE
MOUNTAINS-SUGAR
MOUNTAIN RE- SORT
ACCOMMODATIONS-
Golf, Tennis, Biking Hik-
ing, Rafting, Fishing,
Arts & Crafts. Rent by-
Day/Wk/Month Sales-
Realtor-MLS * * * *
*(800)438-4555. www.
staysugarmoun-
tain.com.
NORTH CAROLINA Cool,
Serene, Blue Ridge
Mountains Sugar
Mountain Resort Ac-
commodations Golf,
Tennis, Biking, Hiking,
Rafting, Fishing, Arts &
Crafts Rent by
Day/Wk/Month Sales -
Realtor MLS......1-800-
438-4555 www.staysu-
garmountain.com
NORTH CAROLINA MTNS
New Log Cabin Custom
Built 1,300 Sq Ft Easy to
Finish Cabin on 2 + Acres
w/Beautiful View, Small
Stream & River Access.
Only $74,900 Own-
er/roker 828-625-4884
Class 584 is 5our ticket to
Boating Adventure!
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS 3.7 acres
w/ new log cabin shell,
$84,900. Acreage avail-
able w/ stunning moun-
tain views, streams &
paved roads. Prices
starting at$29,900w/fi-
nancing 828-267-1063.
Tennessee Lakefront
Sale! 5 acre lake view
only $39,000! Great
Views moderate cli-
mate. Excellent financ-
ing avail. Toll-free
(866)770-5263. Water-
front Group, Inc.
TENNESSEE MOUNTAIN &
CREEKFRONT HOME-
SITES-GRAND OPENING
SALE! NO CLOSING
COSTS! July 10th 2-8
Acre Parcels on WVhite
Creek, Privacy, Spectac-
ular Landscaping, North
of Crossville, Financing.
(888)575-LAND ext.

WESTERN NC MOUN-
TAINS North Carolina
Where there is Cool
Mountain Air Views &
Stream, Homes, Cabins
& Acreage Call for Free
Brochure of Mountain
Property Sales
1-800-642-5333 Realty of
Murphy 317 Peachtree
St. Murpy NC 28906
www.realtyof mur-
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14 & 16 Wides New 04's
Low as $23,500
Del- Set up AC Skirt
More Sq. Feet for the $$
Banks-(863) 688-4635
Lakeland Near 1-4 & 98
BRANDON 212 3RD Street.
2BR, 1BA in restricted
Senior Park. Has
screened patio & carport.
$,o000 OBO
Call 813-967-3929
SE Lakeland, Purchase '98
2BR/2BA 16x66 w/CH/A
& more for $19,995 or
Rent to Own $4000
down. Move In Now.
May trade boat etc.?
Owner 863/293-0950
Mobile
155 Homes in
Parks
North Tampa 14 x 70 mo-
bile home, completely
remodeled, gated fami-
iM rjri $'850 firm. cash.
L.ill Bob 9am-9pm.
813-979-0330
WEED out your old lawn
mower with an ad in
class 460!
PLANT CITY 3br, 2ba,
48x24, with new appli-
ances, owner finance.
Sale price $49,900 OBO
or for rent fr $800
month. 941-302-1262
180
Commercial Prop.
Lease

Ofc Space
1180B I |Lease
KENNEDY Blvd. 1711 W.
self standing bldg, prof.
office or store, remodel
to suit.plenty of parking
Andy 813-918-4269
or Jerry, 813-781-2995
Medical space available.
3500 E. Fletcher Ave..
Tampa, FL
Call Darren Wagner
813-299-4100
PLANT CITY, Walden
Woods Corp Park, acr-
oss from the newer Post
Office, 2 Office Units +
or- 1000sq ft, each or
combine both. CALL
TODAY 863-647-3899
CLASSIFIED WORKS
ROME & W. WATERS
3,200sf with 14 separate
offices,all on first floor.
$2,600/month. Also
,000sf, $800/month.
* 813-766-94543
SOUTH TAMPA
8 Corporate Offices Avail-
able, includes parking,
conference room & cen-
tral receptionist.
Call 813-258-5882
SPACE FOR LEASE $250.
month with utilities.
CALL 813-754-1664
Town N' Country Area.
5200SF Office or Medical
Space. Will divide.
REACT
Call 813-637-8888
Licensed RE Brokers
Plaza Place, SouthShore
Office Park Sun Point
Shopping Cntr
Banking/Office/Retail
All sizes 813-641-2800
www.PhaganDev.com
750 sf& 350sf office space
@ 1804 W. Baker St., ex-
cellent location.
(813)764-8030


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VALRICO Single Family
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205 Unfurnished

BRANDON Area 1 MONTH
FREE/Proof of credit
1 Bedroom Apartments
Free Cable. Senior dis-
counts. El Dorado Apts
Call 813-689-3658
FREE'/z MONTHS RENT
MOVE-IN BY 6/30
1&2 BR's, Nice&Clean
Plant City
813-754-2200
TOWNSGATEAPTS
HYDE PARK, SoHo.2/1
courtyard condo, BRAND
NEW Interior, gated,
D/W, disp, CHA c. fan
wtr incl, cats Ok'
$875/mo. 813-348-2799
NEW TAMPA Avail July
1st Dec. 1st, 2br lba,
W/D Micro, Pool& Ten-
nis, Utilities not includ-
ed 1st & last $850/mo
813-781-6848
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's&
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
PLANT CITY, Over garage
apartment 2BR/1BA
close to 1-4 $450. first
last & deposit. NO PETS
813-299-2220.
Plant City
SUMMER SPECIAL
$200 off 1st months Rent
Grove Court Apts
813-752-7398
SOUTH TAMPA/SOHO
Small 2br Iba. Cony. to
shop. 506 S. Tampania,
$475/mo. 813-621-1341
days M-F, 681-8439
nig'ts/wkends.
TEMPLE TERRACE
it Puritan Placek t
Move In Special
Spacious 1,2 & 3 Br Apts
Seniors Discount Special
Sect 8 Welcome
call' 813-988-6112
Temple Terrace 2br,
Iba, laundry hookups,
Section 8 welcome
$600/mo. + dep Great
location 813-971-0607
908-868-4639
Temple Terrace
Townhome.2BR, 1V2 BA,
W/D hookup, tile, patio
small complex. NOPETS.
Near shopping. $660/mo.
813-968-9307-505-8345
WESTPORT COMMONS
SEC.8APTS/NEW!
1-2-3 Bedrooms
Dishwasher, carpeting.
laundry room, central
a. c, playground,
gated community.
SE HABLAESPANOL
Call Connie:
(813) 254-1436 or
254-5816

210 Houses
20I Unfurnished
Bruce B Dvowns Area.
Huge 4,?2'.2 bonus
rm in Northwood iubd.
formal LR & DR, eat in
I ii w,.center isld. cr rry
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Sitting area. ma-_tr
btnw lacu;i tub&. v3r
iry. ie ienced backyard
co.mm pool. basketball
& li nns courts play
r Found. N. of 4!mpa
AISO, Br lurr,,.iihed apl
$60)0 m. Ca311 340.7557
or 76' 1518.
Sell your camera in ainap
with an ad in class 426!


I Houses |
210 Unfurnished

CARROLLWOOD 3br 2ba
Icg, Lg Fenced Yard, All
Appli, Window treat-
ment W/D Hkup, Very
Clean, $1050/mo Great
Am. RIt 813-230-4402
Carrollwood, Beautiful
Home, 3BR, 2BA, 2CG,
1800sf, pool & spa, W/D,
Great school dist. New
cond. Avail now. $1395
mo.+ dep813.503.6003
Carrollwood-Country PI
NICE cul-de-sac, pond
3br, 2ba lanai, fenced
15o00sf, W/D. $1300/mo
incl lawn svc. 15909
Scrimshaw 813 265-3710
CITRUS PARK, lake
access, 2 br, 1 ba, fpl,
CHA, wood floors &
ceilings, deck. $825/mo.
813-792-7906 or
813-601-6487
Clark Country Cottage
Large 2br w/CHA &
porch plus detached
garage. Impeccable
condition. /875/mo.
813-752-4235
CUTE, lbr/lba, h/a, part
furn, nice quite neibor-
hood, fenced yard, $450.
813-477-4646
FOREST HILLS.2 bedroom
1 bath, large fenced
yard, pets ok wash-
er/dryer. $960 mo.
Available 7/15.
813-299-3160
LAND O' LAKES
Oakstead, 3/2/2 1850sf,
new home, Avail now!
$1300/mo. 2 WEEKS
FREE RENT!
813-727-1749 Now!
LUTZ 3BR, 2 full BA 2CG,
large parking for RV or
boat, lakefront, on
cul-de-sac. $1l100/mo.
(813)300-8003
or(646)752-1107
NEW SUBDIVISION
GRAND OPENING!
OPEN MON-SAT 10-SPM,
SUN 12-5PM.
Masonry 3-4 br, 2ba
w/gar. Low down, Low
monthly .payments,
easy qualifying. 56th
Street, go 2 blks W. on
Sligh.
American Housing
(813) 264-9950
NEW TAMPA 4BR 3BA,
2544sf with pool on
conservation Tot. W/D
included. Across from
park. $1700/mo.
813-368-0387
NEW TAMPA, Pebble
Creek 4br/3ba2458sfw/
scrn pool, nice nei h-
borhood, corner lot
$1600/mo, 1st & last.
813-486-2500
NORTHWEST TAMPA
4br,2ba, CHA.
$900/month. First & last.
$500 sec. dep.
Call 813-857-7726
or 863-683-2066
PET FRIENDLY house, 3
bedroom 3 bath, large
fenced back yard.
French doors to the pa-
tio withlarge deck.Cail
P. Ragland 813-253-0424
Plant City 4BR, 2BA.
Older Country Home
Avail August 1st.
Convienantly located in
Plant City near 1-4.
Beautiful hrdwd floors.
$1100/mo + $1100 dep.
Call 813-716-5252
RIVERVIEW Brand New 4
br, w/3 baths 2 car gari
3000sf, pool, pvt gated
comm, lawn main free,
Monitored sec sys incl.
Please call 860-982-7508
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS 3br
1 Vz ba near Hillsborougl
River, carpet & tile.
$825/mo
$825 dep
813-232-2655
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS
3/2/carport 1450sf
near river, tile through
out, new paint, big yard,
great family nbrhd,
1250/mo 813-546-3887
SOUTH TAMPA, 5Br 3ba,
Mother-in-Law Suite, 2
Kitch, 2LRs, All Baths up-
dated, 200sf, New Ber-
ber Shed $1,500/mo +
$1KDep. 13-361-5737
SOUTH TAMPA
Bungalow, 3/2, w/pool
& garage, appx. 1900 SF,
great location, apple.
incl. W/D, $1,550/mo.
813-281-1822
TOWN N Country, 3brr 2oa
Ceramic Tile, W/D., ail
Appli Incl, 1 year lease,
$500 Dep. $975/mo
please call
1 813-477-77671
VALRICO, 4br/2ba/lcg.
$100) rri.n. + $1000 dep
:L ANT CITY
3Or 2r.'a 2c:qg $1000. mo
$ 1000 deo. Both bit
2:00.e 13-417 4628
VALRICO House For Rent.
3BR, 2BA, 2CG nice
fenced yard. $1,250/mo.
Lawn maintenance
included all new appl.
For info (863)557-5378
VAN DYKE FARMS Exec
Home 4br 3ba 3cg Cag-
es pool/spa, Applianc-
es, Avail 8/1 $2800/mo
Inclds Yard & Pool Svs
813-787-8369
WALDEN LAKE Area,
Plant City, Golf Course
Gated community, 4br, I
full bath, 3 car garage,
Lg Pool, Spa, $1,650/mo
813-431-0929
A Dock Full of Deals in the
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2101 Houses 1231 Waterfront
Unfurnished Rentals
WEST TAMPA 4br 2ba REDINGTON TOWERS on
corner house with CHA, the gulf.2BR,2BA,
W/D hkup, fenced yd. 12th floor, resort
$1000/mo. + deposit. amenities.
Section 8 ok. 3331 W. $1,650 permonth-Yearly.
Union St. 813-876-2113 727-399-8457
ZEPHYRHILLS Immacu- SEMINOLE HEIGHTS, new
late 2br with carport & home on Hillsborough
fenced yard. Nice neigh- River. 3br 2/2 ba, dock
borhood. $800 per w/boat lift, availablefor
month. No pets. First, immediate occupancy.
last, sec. 863-816-9140 $1650/mo. 813-966-5534
Lease-Option 250-299
211 To Buy Employment

SAN ANTONIO Area, 1-75 Services
to exit 285 1746sf liv
area, 3br/2ba/2cg liv &
fam rm on golf course. 1 290 Jobs Wanted
$1450/mo or option
$195,000813-503-2429 CLEANINESS is next to
SOUTH TAMPA Godliness. Dependable,
Rent to Own! 3br/lba Trustworthy woman to
fen bk yrd, 1200sf, next clean homes.
to park. Terms negotia- Call 813-757-0598
ble. Please call WILL HAUL Trash Junk,
813-728-0242 Clean Sheds, Yd & Tires,
212Condminium Anything! ILL DO IT.
212 Condominium 737-3351 763-3745
HARBOR ISLAND, 2BR LAWMS MOWED
2BA, garage, gated FREE ESTIMATES
community, 24hr sec. w/ 813-754-3130
pool ew, jacuzzi & Find it' Classified
fitness center $1500. No Put classified to work for
agentfees.813-273-0303 you! It's your number
SOUTH TAMPA, Luxury one source of informa-
waterfront 2br. 2r/2ba. tion on a variety of ser-
1900sf, 4 balcony's vices: Painters, Finan-
pool, remodeled. MucH cial professionals:
more onl $1975/mo. Childcare providers and
813-765-0553 a host of other helpers.
Trying to find someone
USF AREA 2/1 Condo tohep? Findyourself in
Unit, upstairs. Available need. Classified'syour
immediately. $550 per #1 resource, indeed!
Mo. $550 deposit, $50
application fee. Ca(l or 300-390
leave mssg 813-238-5006
S212A| Townhouse Employment
BRANDON OAK PA RK 306 I Accounting I
Townhouse, 1250 SF
2/2.5, appls, W/D, F/P, ACCOUNTS ASST Bkpg &
scr. lanai, cov'd prkn5, PC exp. Brandon. Fax re-
location, privacy, pOOl, sume & salary req's to
$925 + sec. 813-661-1133 813-571-9068
CITRUS PARK 2br 2.5ba I Banking/ I
Twnhse great rm with 312
LR/DR/FPL. Lg scrn Finance
porch.2 mstr br with w.i.
closet, ldry rm. $950\ mo Experienced Mortgage
Depreq. 404-561-6642 Loan Officers! 1-00%
commission-Front &
Plant Ciy 3BR, 2BA, 1CG, Back-Work for our
Ceramic Tile & Carpet. oals, not your Boss.
$950/mo. Credit req'd. commissions paid Daily
(813) 764-8030 (888)595-9374-Jeff
SOUTH TAMPA Villas, 2 01Medical
br, 1.5 ba, 1050 sf, pool & 3 Medical
tennis. $750/mo plus
dep. Neal Bartley Realty, CNA'S
813-837-2495 C H J
Loveable, Dependable,
TAMPAPALMSnew caregivers, Autumn
TAMPA PALMS new 3/2.5, Assistliving A1307 E.
Scar garage, W/D incl. Baker 813-752-1648
new tile, gated communm-
ty, community pool, TRANSCRIPTIONIST
near RT 75 $1500/mo. needed PRN. Exp req'd.
Call 813-892-6782 WP 5.1 preffered. Tapes
and Digital. East Plant
WESTCHASE Area Brand City: Fax Resume to
New Townhome for rent 813-659-1462
1245sf, 2Br !F2Ba end
unit, W/D. $950/Mo + 340 Hospitality
Sec. Dep.. Pets, Smokers
OK. Bill Kind APlumb
Realty813-854-3216 APPLEBEE'S
1 Mobile of Plant City, now hiring
SHomes Accepting Appliaction
I Mon-Fri, -4PM,
1 Br A ts & 1 & 2 Bedrm 1204 Towngates Court
MHs. f mile S of 14 On Whenyou search Classi-
Forbes Rd. 813-752-52-5234 ed it'search lass
CORK area: just like new, FINDERS.KEEPERS!
2/1, CHA no pets, refer- FAST FOOD hiring Asst.
ences $120/wk ^3 Mgrs. Exp a plus. Call
863-670-1924 813-949-2423 Ivmsg
DURANT-2br, 1 ba W/D, KITCHEN HELP F/T. &
New Appliances uiet, WaitressesAppin per-
shay park, 73735 son Chancy atish
PlantCity-2&3BRMH's& Shack, N. Park Rd
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am- 754-0477 or 752-7224
5pm M-F 813-754-6932 I Clerical/, I
PLANT CITY 2br, ch/a, 350 Secretanal
laundry on premise no I
pets, weekly/monthly ADMINISTRATIVE jobs
1.us security. www.ritastaffi 1cm
81 3 7 5 4 6 5 4 1 8 1 3 -7r 5 4 9
PLANT CITY 2BR/2BA on RITASTAFFING
1 ac, $600 month Plus CSR/ACCOUNTING Clerk
30 0 d e pos it. needed, Full Time Posi-
813-478-8217 tion Send resume to
759-8238 or Apply in
THONOTOSASSA person 2703 Airport Rd,
2br/2ba MH on private Plant City
property, CHA $525/mo o SECRETARY/SERVICE
$25 security deposit forheav equinmentCo.
813-541-4687 Call 813-837-8050
20n Travel Trailer Sell ',)rcamerainasnap
220 Lots For Rent wrnh an ad in class 426!
Plant Ciry-2-i 3BRMH's L355 Customer
IBR .pt. RV i,,ts 9am e Service
5pmAM.Fi6l3 754-6932 1
Customer Service Rep for
Beach busy Brandon office.
230 Rentals Duties include inbound
phones & data entry,
ANNAMARIAISLAND attention to detail.
Gulf Frt houses 3br 2ba. M-F afternoon hours.
www.AHHSEABREEZE. 813-654-2777 ext 3
COM813-752-4235 1 3601 Trades
231 Rentalsront A/Cl Installers & Helpers
R enta w/someTech knowledge
HILLSBOROUGH RiVER Call (813) 979-4208
DocKSioe condos, 278d Aluminum Construction
N. Riverside Dr.,Ste 805. Installers Needed for all
Top end unit, 2,000 sf, phases. 813-671-9000 X2
2- br, 2 ba, Jacuzzi, AutoGlassInstaller/
ated,ool avaS,.SSauna Glazier. Experienced w/
$1400/mo. 727-458-5046 benefits. all630-9774
HUDSON, 2/2 on canal Communications Cable
with direct access to Pullers and Laborers for
gulf & dock. $1,000 + Tpa.Noexp727-524-1982
utilities. Furnished/ Finish Grader Operator
Unfurnished. Wanted. lyr exp a must.
(727) 868-4126 813-719-1203
LAND O LAKES,2br,2ba + Granite Counter Top
den, secluded on big Fabricators. Must have
Lake Thomas upgrades, exp. in cutting & polish-
inci detach 1lG &scr rm ing as well as installa-
facing lake. $975 + dep tion. FT or PT. Doug
813-996-3229 892-0238 Biddle: 813-495-4452
Classified Ads Prices Metal Building Erectors
well within sight A se- Experienced ONLY!
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12020 Highway 301 S.
Dade City 352-521-0055
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Job ID #42458
1"7R Driver/
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1702 Jim Johnson Rd.
Plant City.
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45+, Home nights, Exp.
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SIEmployment I
380 General

AVON Career or PT. Call
Jennifer, Avon indep.
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or 1-800-332-2340
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oa 813-659-0123
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533 S. Howard Ave., Tpa
Florida Youth
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raining scholarships
avail. 352-523-2078
General Laborers,
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$ DAILY PAYS
219 Cbok St,BrandonFL
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$14/hr Production
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813-754-5997
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380n Employment
3 8 General

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813-754-5997
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to 28k a year Full
benefits package
available, for more info.
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WELL established com-
pany hiring. Accepting
applications F/T bilin
gual postiions in dealer
sales & telemarketing.
Must be fluent in Spanish
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tions open for PT office
clerks, mechanic driv-
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land Auto Auction HR
dept (863) 984-1551 to
set up interview or ap-
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&Thurs9amto 4pm.EOE
& Drugfree workplace.
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experience working
with children 4-12 yrs of
age. Call 813-655-6643
or apply online at
www.madscience.
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check req.
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Merchandise

1400 1 Misc for Sale
ANTIQUE WROUGHT
IRON FENCING 168' in 8'
sections $184 per sec-
tion or $3400 for all.
813-835-4330
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fences. 1 wht wood lat-
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80 white vinyl folding
chairs (863) 802-8180
SOLAR Electric System
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400A Misc.
400A Wanted

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Will pay cash & pickup.
813-786-3006
ALWAYS BUYING, 1 item
or house full, Antiques,
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Misc. Prompt service.
813-719-6336, 659-2412
$$ PAID for all types of
jewelry. Looking ror any
silver/gold merchan-
dise. Watches of any
kind R 727'804-7463
RECORDS WANTED.
1950's-60's. Jazz, blues,
Rock n Roll. Prefer un-
usual collections.
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14011 Auctions
AUCTION -AUG 3rd-Wa-
terfront Estate on His-
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liamsburg, VA. Tommy
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r Crai King
2907003147, PKingAuc-
tionCo Inc 2907003147.
Call(800)558-5464.
A Antiques/ |
402 I Collectibles

25 cent Antique slot
machine, Bells & fruit,
exc working cond.
Matching cabinet base
$3500.813-920-2224 or
727-514-6148
ANTIQUE WROUGHT
IRON FENCING 168' in 8'
sections $184 per sec-
tion or $3400 for all.
813-835-4330
Antiques, WANTED Art,

Entire Estates, we buy
all or Part. Famous
Treasures 813-996-1787
or Steve @ idca.com
BASEBALL CARDS Thou-
sands! Mickey Mantle,
Ted Williams, Joe Di-
maggio, also balls, Babe
Ruth collection. Some
unopened upper deck
boxes. 813-839-7900
Baseball Cards, over
200 000. Plus football,
basketball & hockey.
Thousands of star
cards. Over 600 com-
plete sets. Almost ev-
erything is mint. Most
between 1975-1992
$2000/all 727-323-3564
CHERRY: Bed Qn 4 poster,
dresser, chest of draw-
ers, bedside tables,
stepstool, dining table
leaves, 6 chairs, uffet,
(no match) Round oak
end table, drop leaf ta-
ble, 3 interlocking ta-
bles sofa & loveseat,
floral design. Pictures &
paintings. 813-633-7540
or directions.
JUKEBOX
Needs some cosmetic
TLC. Works fine.
$1500080 813-973-8874
PRECIOUS MOMENTS
COLLECTION, 30 pieces
w/original boxes.
Serious inquires only
Call 813-754-8813
WINCHESTER 3220. 1903,
Octagon barrel. Can be
shot. 150 rds of ammo
$1000.407-908-5485

WANTED: Police Chief
seeks antique police
equi ment, badges,
nanus, clubs, etc.
TOP $ paid. Please call
Dave or email dav-
epcsd@aol.com (219)
759-5469
[401 Jewelry
DIAMOND BEZEL for rolex
president $1200. Dia-
mond dial, light cham-
pagne for Rolex presi-
dent$600 813-634-1350
ROLEX BUY SELL
Service-Selection.Yates
Jewelers, 1708 S.Dale
Mabry. 813-253-2164.
Tahitian Grey Pearl with
diamonds, Ear-rings/
rings, appraised for
r 6,500 selling for
$4,000 obo 813-833-1779
1407 | Diamonds
DIAMOND 1.28ct SI, G,
Appraised @ $14,515
Sacrifice $2600 3.09ct G
GAA Appr $14,141 Sacr.
$2950 727-698-7275
DIAMOND 2.05 Carat,
Clarity grade VS2, Color
grade: GH round shape,
$15,900.813-244-6206
GREAT DEAL!
Diamond Tennis Bracelet
Beautiful. l1c., 14K
white gold, appraised at
$18,400. Sell: $7000 firm.
813-453-2119
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14071 Diamonds I
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WHOLESALE -
To The Public,
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4 Stamps-
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WE BUY COINS!
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Over 38yrsof experience.
We pay top dollar. Call
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727-455-6196
BUYING: Coins-Currency
Tampa's Oldest Coin
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813-879-6670
14101 Furniture

ACCENT FURN.
Accessories, Art,
Bedrooms Dining Rms.
Leather Gallery, Ent.
Centers, Mattresses &
Memory Foam. Several
Quality Lines. Aico,
merican Drew, Pulaski,
Magnussen Home,
Wynwood, Ashely, Lea,
Kathy Ireland Home By
Standard.
4415 N. Clark Ave.
10a-6p Mon-Sat
www.elitewholesale
furniture.com
813-871-1147

BED $100
Dbl plush Qu matt. SET.
New in plastic w/warr.
Can del. 813-870-0070
BED $100
Double sided Qn pillow
top, new, still in plastic,
can del. 813-926-8507

BED $125 KING
dbl sided pillowtop matt.
New, in plastic w/warr.
Only$125 813-870-0070

BED $150
Plush dbl sided, Qu.
pillow top set. New in
plastic w/warr. Can
deliver 813-251-3134
BED $175
Dbl sided Qu P/Tset, new
w/warr. can del. KG
$295 813-871-1477
BED $285
Cherry sleigh bed, new,
still in boxes. Must
Sacrifice! 813-870-0070
Can deliver
BED $375
ALL SWEDISH FOAM SET
New. Qu coiless set As
seen on TV w/warr.
Retail $1900. Can deliver.
813-870-0070
BED $499
MEMORY FOAM set, seen
on TV, NEW, u, retail
$2K can del 813-871-1477
BED $90
Full size matt set New in
plastic w/warr. Can
deliver. 813-251-3134
BED, 4 post wood w/
dresser & mirror $600
Washer&Dryer,GE$300
for both or $125 for
either, 813-335-3192
Bed-ALLTEMPER
Pressure Relieving Visco
Nasa Memory Foam
SETS. Factory sealed.
AsonTV
R cost $1699, sell $575
Cost $1899, sell $725
10 yr warranty, can deliv
Please call for availabili-
ty. Lowest Price Guaran-
teed. All Sizes
813-226-3022 or
727-733-9334 anytime!
BED-NASA memory foam
mattress set, as seen on
TV/mail, 20-year war-
ranty new cost $1795.
Sell $95 (352)637-3100
BED-QUEEN
luxury firm, p/t set new,
in plastic, yr wty can
Del. $169 (352) 637-3100
BEDROOM $1500
Brand new, solid wd. set.
8 pc. Louis Phillipe style,
List $5K. 1st $1500 takes
it! Can del. 813-251-3134
BEDROOM $299
Brand new, 4pc cherry
set. New in box. Can
deliver. 813-870-0070
BEDROOM $875
All cherry wd sleigh bd,
nightstand, dresser
mirror, chest, new,
retail $3K sell $875 can
del. 813-870-0070
BEDROOM 1-10pc
All light cherry wd, Queen
by Pulaski, 4 poster
canopy bd, granite
nghtstnd g drsr mir. &
armoire, new boxed,
retail $10K, self $2800.
Can del. 813-871-1477
BEDROOM 1-10PC
Armoire included in solid
mahogany On. set, no
veneers, all drawers
American dovetail,
never used, still in box,
can deliver. Sacrifice
$2550 www.solid
woodbedrooms.com
813-926-8507


14101 Furniture

BEDROOM 1-10pc
King
Solid Mahogany no ve-
neers, light/dark finish.
4 poster/sleigh. All
drawers American
dovetail, never used still
in box. Includes large TV
armoire. Can deliver
cost $9,000 sell $2,600.
www.solidwood
bedrooms.com
813-293-7621
BEDROOM SET, 7 pc.
Louis Phillipe collection,
cherry sleigh w/sold wd
construction, newstill in
box, cost $4, sell $1595.
352-637-3100
BEDROOM SET, Solid wd
KG. triple dresser, chest
of drwrs, 2 ngttbls, 1960
vintage, exc. cond. $500
obo. 813-936-0217
BEDROOM SETS, QN &
King comply w/ matt, box
sprg & frames $300 Qn &
$350 King, Liv rm set
couch & love seat, w/ 4
this 2 lamps comply.
$1000 obo813-987-2197

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

BEDS-CHEAP-BEDS
NEW-full mattress &
boxsprings$159.set
QUEEN Pillow Top Mat-
tress & Boxsprings $329.
Bunk Bed w/mattress
$159.

B&B OUTLET
115S. EVERS ST
PLANT CITY
813-759-8864
CHERRY: Bed Qn poster,
dresser, chest of draw-
ers, bedside tables,
stepstool, dining table
leaves, 6 chairs, buffet,
(no match) Round oak
end table, drop leaf ta-
ble, 3 interlocking ta-
bles' sofa & loveseat,
floral design. Pictures &
paintings. 813-633-7540
-or Directions.
CHERRY Card/Game Ta-
ble, seats 6, 2 sided
good condition $2,500
813-926-0779

CHURCH FURNITURE
Does your church need
Pews, Pulpit Set, Baptis-
ery, Crinkle Glass, Stee-
pie or Stain Windows?
ig SALE on new Cush-
ioned Pews and Uphol-
stery for hard Pews.
800-231-8360
Couch $500 Love $475
Chair $425. New Leather
Italian Top Grain
Can Del. 813-870-0070
COUCH & LOVE SEAT, 1
year old, beautiful, like
new. Black with print.
Must sell. $725 or best
offer. 813-382-7106
COUCH, loveseat, -$300
(2) bedroom sets -$600,
entertainment center
-$400 stackable W/D
-$360.813-933-3773

DAYBED
Complete wl/pop-up
trundle & 2 twin mats.
never used, sacrifice
$275 can del 813-926-8507
DESK & CREDENZA,
Cherry wood, good
condition new $3000,
asking $500 obo. Tampa.
913-449-9577
DINING$950
All cherry Queen Anne
style. Never used, still in
box. Must Sacrifice! Can
deliver. 813-251-3134
DINING 1-11PC
92" 2 pedistal tbl, all
cherry wd, 6 carved chrs
Ightd china, server, NEW,
retail $9K sell $1600
can del. 813-871-1477
DINING RM. SET, Lo table,
8 chairs, Buffet
breakfron1, 1960
vintage, exc. cond.$500
obo. 813-936-0217
Dining Room Set, blk la-
quer table w/1 leaf, 6
parsons chairs, 2 piece
China hutch. Very good
condition! 813-662-7269
Dining Room Table,
Bernhardt, 6 Chairs,
China Cabinet, all in exc.
cond. $1200. Glass-top
Table w/ marble base,
$200. Square Coffee
Table w/glass inset top
$120. Ca7 (813)980-2197
or (813)765-1951

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

DINING Table w/ draw-
ers Tell City, hvy oak,
ladder back chrs, hand
woven seats, exc cond
$400 813-651-1677

Entertainment Ctr
All wood, cherry finish,
lighted w/beveledglass
doors, accommodates
up to 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
USED, sell for $1650. Can
deliver. 813-293-1743


1410 Fumiture I
FURNITURE CLOSEOUT
Sofa & Loveseat Reg $695.
Dae $495.
Dinnet with 4 chairs $159
4 pc Bedroom set $289.

B&B OUTLET
115S.EVERS ST
PLANT CITY
813-759-8864 /
FURNITURE
North Carolina
Samples & Floor
Model Sale
40% OFF/STORE
75% OFF WHSE
This Th/Fr/Sa only
logansfurniture.com
813-630-4744

FUTON
A all oak, medium finish,
mission frame w/ re-
cline. 9 layer foam mat-
tress. Still-in box. Cost
$650. Sell $285. Can del.
813-293-1743
Indoor/Outdoor furniture
sale, Going out of busi-
ness immediately! 4948
US Hwy 19, New Port
Richey 727-845-4045
LIFT CHAIR, Berkline
Electric, new, Bge. Pd
$1100. Asking $675.
Purchased at Hudson
Furn.813-469-0056
Living Rm 7pc $800 Sofa,
loveseat, coffee & end
tables, lamp. Rooms to
Go Floral. Perfect. Pd
$1600,813-265-3710
Living Room 3 pc
w/lamps, $350. 3pc
Family room w/3 tables
& lamps $550. Dinette,
$100. All good & clean
cond. 813-855-9340
LIVING ROOM SET, 6 pcs
(sofa, love seat, chr, 3
tbs) Scandinavian, high
grade leather. $3000obo
Tampa (407) 257 9027

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

MATTRESS $150
Qu pillow top. Baby soft.
New in plastic w/warr.
KING $198. Can deliver
813-870-0070

MATTRESS (1-2PC)
Extra thick On Ortho P/T
set, new still in plastic,
retail $1195, sacrifice
$250. Can deliver.
813-926-8507
MUST SELL House full of
custom made furniture,
imported from Europe.
Formal dining room set,
breakfast dining room
set ivingroom set (gold
ear), coffee table set, 2
complete king size bed-
room set, Bersion rugs,
& a lot of accessories to
decorate any house.
New Tampa for apt.
813-971-4051
Pool Table, 8', carved
legs, Italian 1" sJate w/
access. & balls. New, still
in crate. Cost $4k sell
$1695. (352) 637-3100
SECTIONAL 3 PC
All Italian Ithr, dual
recliners & sleeper sofa,
4 colors brand new $1699
can del. 813-871-1477

Sofa $250 Love 225
Chair $175. Uphol. New
still in plastic w/warr.
Must sell! 813-251-3134
Can deliver.
SOFA $385
MICROFIBER SET
Sofa $385. Love $345.
Chair $185. New still in
box w/warr. Family
friendly. 813-870-0070
Can deliver.

SOFA $895 SET
All Italian top grain
leather set. Beautiful!
New in plastic. Can
deliver 83-870-0070
SOFA 1-4PC
100% Italin top rain Ithr.
Bone color, sora, love.
chr & ottoman brand new
retail $4K, sell $1600
Can del. 81-871-1:41
SOFA /loveseat. nigh
grade Nubuck leather
exc cond $2,500 OBO,
(863)698-9457
Sofa & loveseat combo
Contemporary, neutral
co or, orig $1500.
sacrifice $400.
813-888-6776
SOFA/Recliner, dual re-
clining leather sofa,
separate leather
recliner, new, custom
ordered taupe color.
Cost $2300 Sell $1400
OBO 813-982-9083
Sofa Sets (2), 5 pc Wall
Unit, 3 Oak Den Tables
Oak Kitchen Table+ 4
Chairs. MOVING SALE
Call (813)766-2770
CLASSIFIED
WORKS


1410 Furniture I
Stanley Child. White Bunk
bed set, 7 drawer dress-
er w/mirror nightstand,
desk w/huich & chair,
$1,299 obo 813-920-1216
Summer Wicker SALE.
Unique wicker & rattan
furniture. All weather
wicker patio sets/
access. & gifts. Forever
Wicker 813-948-4802
TABLE, 6 PADDED CHAIRS
& HUTCH, Light Oak Ex-
cellent Condition. $450.
813-633-5507
Table, glass top w/ 4
chairs $300. Dime Slot
machine from 1936
$1200. Couch, Loveseat,
end tables & coffee this,
off white $500. Couch &
chr, pale yellow with
flowers. $300. All items
are good condition.
813-659-8331
TEAKWOOD Furiture
from Bali Container
Blow-out Sale Now! Beds
Chairs, Tables, Armoires,
8717 40th St. Tampa
Chris 727-643-6431
Wall Unit, solid wood, Lt
Oak, twin ltd glass
towers, holds up to 40"
TV 93'L. Pd $SK. Sell
$2100.813-684-0060
WATERBED, queen size,
includes mirrored head-
board with 2 side lights,
Oak, very good cond.
$300.813-991-5201
Moving High End Furn
BEDR OM kg mahoga-
ny, 7 pcs. DR, solid oak,
1 pc, and more
813-7'92-9449
MOVING SALE-Bedroom
set, 7pc solid oak,
sleigh bed cherry finish:
$1700. 7pc honey pine
bedroom set, $1600.4pc
Italian leather set
beige, $1500. 4pc light
brown leather set,
$2100. 3pc tweed sofa
set, camel, $1200. Maple
dining table, chrs &
hutch $900. 3pc coffee
thbls, $175. All beautiful.
(727)441-1301
14161Appliances I
Appliances-Absolute
Lowest $ Guaranteed.
Delivery. Woody's
Appliances, $74.50, up.
7604 Broadway626-7787
8307 Armenia 33-8288.
**APPLIANCES**
USED WITH WARRANTY
From$99*
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
4000 W. Kennedy
281-0777
PARTSTODAY .
11900 N. Nebraska
972-4242


THIS
Dryers/Washers/Fddge
Stoves. Lowest Prices!
74ShO-Up. New & Used.
Guar.& Del. Large show-
room with 2 loc, 1 near
you. Service & Parts
avail Know Your Dealer.
42yrs.OuaLSvc WOODY'S APPLIANCES
7604 Broadway 626-7787
8307Armenia 933-8288
Mom& Pops Applianc-
es $75 & up, W/D, Stove
&Refr.10014 30thSt
Free Delivery
813-632-9620; 335-5788
STOVE 30" $95. REF $219
Washer/Dryer Save $200.

B & B OUTLET
115 S. EVER ST
PLANT CITY
813-759.8864
WASHER & DRYER
$225/set, $125ea.
Refrigerator S/S $225.
Guaranteed. Delivery
avai. 813-382-8615
Washer & Dryer, stack-
able, full size, Fnrigidaire,
hvy duty, White 1 yr
you 300.
813-933-3773
WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
Don 813-300-6714
IA? Telephones / I
41 IPagers

WE BUY
Cell phonesold,new,No-
kia.MotorolaetcWe'buy
them all 813.933.5008




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1411 I Super Savers I
Children's Co-Pilot Bike
attaches to parents, $70
obo.813-764-8173
DELI prep table with
refrigerator, $1.
813-754-2133
TIRES 4 Firestone deep
tread only 20K miles
Radial A/T, 245/75/16
$250. 813-707-8206










141 Air
418 Conditioners

AC'S NEW IN BOX!
Sale-5 yrs. factory warr.
Homes & Mobile Homes.
Example: Mobile hms. 2-
ton $795 2V2-ton $845;
3-ton $895;3 /23-ton $975
4-ton $1,065. Can install.
LIC#RM0031291 Free
dely. CC's OK. Call Sonjia
or Ron: (727) 505-8738
Used Mobile Home&Cen-
tral Systems. 2-5 tons.
$200 & up w/warranty.
Can Install. Repair work
also. NTA CAC 1813656.
813-748-9265 907-3838
A/C Mobile Home Unit
carrier 4 ton, used 3
months on construction
job. Excellent cond. $850
813-240-6081
A/C! A/C! A/C! A/C! Air
Handlers start at $300.
Condensers. Heat
Pumps. FAST SERVICE.
Repairs. Mike 235-3991
Mobile Home AC Units,
$200 & up, Central sys-
tems and used parts.
813-263-6503
.ynlMusical I
S420 Instruments

Amp Bass Guitar & Setup
Hartike Cabinets SWR
Amplifier, Power Condi-
tioner, 4 space rack,
t1?00 727.6885157
Amps, S.aker;. Wire
IE IS Nics. Ligniinq.
Beamworks Inc. entals
& Sales. Best Gear Best
Prices. (813)855-0709
beamworksinc.com
Turn to Classified to:
BUY IT.
SELL IT.
FIND IT.

BASS & GUITARS
BAY AREA'S BEST!
USED-VINTAGE-RARE
Repairs, Lessons
BUY SELL- TRADE
LEGENDS 813-348-06881 "
GUITAR Martin D28, Orig
owner, very little use,
exc cond,$1200.
813-854-4845/431-2680




GUITARS 100s in stock
Factory Authorized
Dealer for Fender, BC Rich
Gibson, Alvarez, Hamer,
Crate, Ovation, Austin
Takamine, Kustom &
more $15 Guitar Lesson
JAM MUSIC
SR 541/4 mi W of 175
ORGAN, Thomas, mint
condition, hardly used.
Paid $5,500
Will sell for $1,000
Call 813-889-0245
PAINO, 5'1" Ebony,
Kawal, w/ Bench Like
New condition. Retail
$8,000 for sale $5,000
813-229-3076 453-5175
PIANO Baby Grand,
White, Schomacker Ex-
cellent sound & plays
great. Moving must
sell! $2350.813-971-6936
PIANO
Must Sell, upright, very
good cond. $500 obo.
813-267-6541*685-2409
OVERSTUFFED?
Move some of that furni-
ture out of the living
room with a class 410 a
PIANO'S WHOLESALE
Re-certified Yamaha's.
Dealer guaranteed. 10 yr
warranty. Over 200 to
choose from. C-3 was
29K, now $10K. C-2 was
22K, now $8K. U-3 was
7K, now $3K. By appt
only 888-600-5188
PIANO Yamaha Grand, 6',
black high gloss. Looks
new. 1 of a kind. Bench,
tuning incl. $5900 OBO.
813-453-1077
Pianos Pianos Inc.
Liquidation Sale
Like New Yamaha Pianos
1/2 OFF!
Visit Our Showroom For
The Best Deals Anywhere
813-855-1227

PIANOS, RENT OR BUY.
$25/mo Lowst rates in FL!
BECKER PIANO 837-3632

Saxophone -Conn Tenor -
student/serious player,
just refurbished very
good cond. $750 cash.
Brandon 813-661-0520.
Saxophone Yamaha Sil-
ver Plated 62 Pro Tenor,
3 yrs old, $1800 firm.
Cash only. In excellent
condition w/new pads.
813-653-1122.
STUDIO EQPMT: Korg-
Emu-Roland. Grt cond
w/manuals & cables. All
14ocs $4,000. Will sepa-
rate. 813-3SS-7565
VIOLINS New $100 Ger-
man $150. Viola $150.
Cellos $319. Cases &
Bows. Mandolins $120.
Classical Guitars $150.
Clarinets & Flutes $199
Del avail 727-945-9427
Low cost, expert repairs
y Sewing
422 Machines I

Brother Disney 2003 -
Under warranty, all ex-
tras incl. software. Used
only months. $3000
813-654-8089


A I Radio, TV, &
424" IStereo
FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT TV
SYSTEM w/installation.
125+ Channels from
$29.99/mo including Lo-
cals. HBO & STARZ 2 for
1, for3 months. S&H, Re-
strictions Apply.
1-800-260-2813
FREE DIRECT, FREE 4-
ROOM DIRECTV SYS-
TEM, Including Installa-
tion1l30+ Channels In-
cluding Locals from
$29.99/Mo! Access 225+
Channels. Digital-quali-
ty picture & sound. Lim-
ioed time offer. Restric-
tions Apply. Call Now,
1-800-223-6290
FREE DIRECT satellite
system, includes deliv-
ery and installation, pro-
gramming as low as
$29.99per month for the
top 125cable channels.
D TVsatellite.com
1-800-352-9992.
Sony 60" LCD HD TV, re-
tails $3999, selling for
$2950 obo.
(813) 926-2204
TV- HD TV 64" (Pioneer
Elite). If you know
TVs there's none better,
includes 3 year in home
service policy, $2950.
813-633-1077
1425 Video Rec
4" Equip
TV 46" $400. Also, am/fm
stereo cd player w/ aux
incl digital dish unit, all
$800 obo. Or will

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Medical
428 1 Equip.

Auto Lifts-New & Used for
Scooters & Wheel-
chairs. Local Sales &
Service. Freedom 1
866-4427 Mon-Fri 9-5
FAMILY HEALTH CARE w/
Prescription Plan!
$69.95/mo; Best net-
work, best coverage. No
limitations, includes
Dental, Vision Pre-ex-
isting Cond. OK! Call:
WCS1-800-288-9214 ext.
2341
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CLE RELAXER!!! Order
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terRx.com or
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proved drug Soma, Tra-
madol Carisoprodol,
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ghysicians/pharmacist.
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cept Medicare & Private
Insurance. Free Delivery
Helping Hands Medical
Equipment Call Toll-
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Prescription required.
Call Toll Free
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Sail Away With Savings -
see Class 585 for a great
selection of sailboats!
Power wheelchairs
Scooters and Hospital
Beds at absolutely no
cost to you. Call Toll
Free 1-800-708-9301
SCOOTER + Electric Lift,
barely used will sepa-
rate, cost $3800, sell
$1600. 813-390-0391 will
deliver.
Tired of high prescription
costs? Save up to 80%!
Global Medicines Toll-
Free 1-866-634-0720
American owned Lower
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ers Group
1-866-887-7283
Apple Red Power Chair
Used & Runs Great-$650
Call Now& Ride Today!
813-269-8049
Power Chairs-Beds-Lifts
Diabetic Supplies & More
MEDICARE/MCAID/INS
$549.00 Lift Chairs
Reclining Lift Chairs
Bath & Shower Access.
Auto Lifts Scooters *
Heritage Mobility,Inc.
Lutz,(813) 908-9b00


I 430 Office Equip.
4301& Furniture

ARM CHAIRS, DESKS,
FILES CONF TABLES,
COPIERS NEW USED,
SCRATCH & DENT
635.9255 / 5414 N 56th
Chairs! Chairs! Chairs!
Over 500 used chairs in
stock. Multi functional
mid bck chair $59- much
more! EOF 813-877-9317
COLOR COPIER
Only R75,000 copies,
Gesetnermodel CS231,
like new $3500.
727-634-7464
DataCard ImageCard II
Plus Color Photo ID
Card Printer Refurb./
Tested. READY TO GO!
$500 OBO. 352-588-2657
File Cabinets Desks Met-
al/Wood CabinetsLab/
Work Bench, Misc. Fur-
niture. Starting at $20.
Must GO!! 813-248-2066
WORKSTATIONS (50),
Hayworth, 8x8,1 flipper,
1 shelf, corner work sur-
face, grey in color, $550.
Delivery & set up avail-
able. WE Buy Worksta-
tions. (727) 647-2170
Kimball Telemarketing
Workstations 24x48
W/S 48" Half Glass
Wings $295 Instld. Exc
Cond. Chuck 966-1072
I Computers &
431 Equipment

$99 Internet Ready
Computer. Laptops
starting at $149. 21"
monitors starting at $99
New systems starting at
$299.2316 W. Linebaugh
PC Services 931.4976
A NEW COMPUTER
BUT NO CASH?
You're APPROVED-
Guaranteed! New-Fast
Famous Brand. NO
CREDIT CHECK. Bad
Credit- Bankruptcy OK.
1-800-420-0326
10A-9P EST Mon-Fri
*Checking Account Req'd
AMD PRO SYS $299
XP SYSTEMS
R 2400+ XP Sys. $499
R2800+XPSys.$599
All XP Systems are New
with 256MB DDR RAM
52X CDRW, 40GB 7200 HD,
WIN XP, YrLtd Warr!
17" Monitors Grd A $75
Used Laptops from $399
Computer Service
Starting at $24.95
Don't Pay Hourly Rates!
813-635-9396
US 301 & Hwy 60 (Adamo)
www.anything
computers2.com
Visa/MC/AE/Discover
** BIG SALE * HUGE
inventory. 14-21" moni-
tors $15 up. Pentium II &
III Systems $40 & up. 200
tochoosefrom. 886-1494
*Big Sale*Huge Inventory
Hard Drive $5.00
64 Memory $10.00
128 Memory $23.50
256 Memory $40.00
AGPVideo Card $5.00
Floppy Drives $3.00
CDROMs $7.00
Creative Sound Cards $4
56K Modems $15.00
3Com 10/100 $7.00
Speakers "New" $5.00
HP DeskJet Printers $30
HPLaserPrinters $40.00
Lexmark Laser Prntrs $60
NEWATXCASES $30.00
52x24X52 CDRW $50.00
S**813-886-1494***
COMPUTER REPAIR: $35!
iSORM.com PC Systems
14918 North Florida Ave,
1 Block South of Bearss,
MF 10-7 (813)264-0408
COMPUTER REPAIRS &
UPGRADES! $40 TOTAL
FOR LABOR. WHY PAY
MORE? 813-681-6713
Dell PHI Systems
W/Monitor $125
Pill's from $150
813-635-9396
US 301 & Hwy 60 (Adamo)
Laptop Below WholeSale
New/Used! Dell, IBM!
Beat all prices. Wireless
Internet, leather case
avail. Starting @ $250.
100% FINANCING
813-GOT-LAPTOP
CALL 813-468-5278
www.buzztech.net
* Laptops-BIG SALE *'
Pentium 133-400Mhz
Starting at $100.00.
Many to choose from.
S** 813-886-1494 ***
PRINTER/COPIER, Canon-
OCE, hi speed/quality,
color, like new.
$8000
813-901-0678
We Offer Low Cost Com-
puters. Starting from
225 & up. Complete
systems. Call Chris
813-884-4433 ext 242
Commercial
432 Equipment
CANDY Vending Ma-
chines for sale. Pvt.
Owner. 42 Double Head,
13 Trip Head, 2 Single
Head. Fully stocked.
Make $1000-$1500 mo.
All New machines.
$13,500.813-679-9071
COIN-OPERATED DRYERS
New & refurbished.
Stack & single.
Must sell. Make offer.
813-787-2564
Factory Moving: Label-
ers, packaging equip,
tablet presses, shelves,
filing cbnts, Ig hd work
tbls, more. 727-548-5600


432 Commercial
Equipment

Salon Equip. 2 facial
chairs, spa pedicure,
hair dryers, tanning. &
more. 301-816-0223
240-481-1515 after 3pm
Salon Hair stations (5),
Big Front desk, Sham-
poo Back bar, IncI 2
sinks, Pedicure station
& Stackable W/D. All
Matching $8,000 OBO
3 813-786-8646W
Screen Printing: Screens,
auto and manual, wood
frames approx. 100.
Call for more info.
(813)754-4267
YOGURT Machine, Taylor
Model 162 dbl head
w/twist. Exc cond.
$2500 obo. 813-908-5087

i Restaurant/
434" Hotel Equip

6' McCray Merchandising
cooler, extra shelving
included. $2500 OBO
941-685-8137 or
941-953-9101
BUDGET EQUIPMENT
RESTAURANT EQUIP.
NEW & USED-BUY& SELL
15510 N. Nebraska
M-Sat. 813-978-8085
COOLER and FREEZER -
commercial.
Meat display cabinet.
813-760-4718
COOLERS (1)3 door reach
-in, glass front, (2) 6'dis-
play cases, round glass
front all self contained,
excellent. 813-598-0992
ESPRESSO EQUIP. Saeco
DA7P+ v. Cvmnco. 2 new
units, 2 ilpg. tly ui.d
units, (li D7. ai l5 for
$6000. 941-284-0829
ESPRESSO MACHINES
New, reconditioned
commercial home & bus.
MMSI Espresso SVC. Co.
813-655-0952 www.
mmsiespresso.com
GRILL HOOD, 14' stain-
less steel, new with mi-
nor dama e, Ansel sys-
tem included, $2,500.
352-521-3013/521-0346
GRILLS, Walk-In Coolers,
Pizza Ovens, Mixers,
Hoods, Fryers Call
727-581-9293
Store
435 Fixtures -
Equipment
CARD & Gift store, glass
fixture, candy case, card
racks, cash wrap, wood
shelves, great prices!
813-679-7243
HUGE PALLET RACK
LIQUIDATION SALE
8'beams from $4 ea.
813-248-4358

440 Builder's
440 Supplies

1x2 PT FURRING STRIPS,
metal-friendly.
Volume Discount.
813-626-1411
A&B 3" American Oak
Flooring Wholesale
from the Original Guy
who started in this sec-
tion. I buy flooring from
all over the world no
Middleman. I have more
products in stock than
anyone that will sell to
the public. Containers of
Wood, Laminate, Ce-
ramic starting at .99 sf.
Come where-the build-
ers & sav buyers bu
flooring 1-13-918-273
www.yeagerflooring.com
Call us and we'll come
right over to measure
and make plans to fill
your needs. Yeager's -
Nobody beats our quali-
ty or service let alone
our price.
All Metals Roofing
Standing Seam, roof
gkg, Galvalume-Plus,
nap-Lock Panels. Easy
to install Visa/MC
accepted. 813-224-9060
ANTIQUE WROUGHT
IRON-FENCING 168' in 8'
sections $184 per sec-
tion or $3400 for all.
813-835-4330
CABINETS, brand new.
100% wood, cherry ma
pie and oak. Builaer
pricing. Please call
813-241-4631
CEMENT, Portland, Type
1 & 2, 941b Bags. 42
B ag s/ Pa llet.
$310'Pallet. Cash Only.
Picked Up.t813-961-5631

Ceramic/Wood
BLOWOUT SALE
Wood $1.79sf,
Ceramic .79/sf. Carpet
Rems.49/sf. 831-8080
FENCE SALE
6 X 8 Board on Board
Only $21.95 .
Hurry Whie Supplies Last
813-681-6181
FLOORING
Prefinished oak still in
boxes, 2308sf. @$2.25/sf.
Will split 813-225-1298
GATES, New, Ornamental
Choose your design,
Approx 14' $775;
3 813-817-9871
Rid your garage of bugs -
VW Bugs that is! Place
your adin autos for sale,
class 649.


440 Builder's
401Supplies

*INSULATION*
NEW-Unlimited Qty.
Discounts For Cash.
813-782-0049
KITCHEN, solid oak, dis-
play model with Corian
counter tops and glass
inlays. $1,200 or best of-
fr. Cal813-389-3775
METAL Roofing & Siding
26ga-36" coverage as
low as$1.40/ft. ciolori-
da.com Corrugated In-
dustries 800-545-4580

* MEXICAN TILE*
ALL SIZES
FINISHED and RAW
* 813-884-6127 *
Prefinished Brazilian
Cherry/Bamboo/Bruce
Oak Flooring. $2.89/sf.
813-426-6470
Solid Oak Flooring, "
Thick, 2 /4 wide $i/sf,
Alsoavailablein3" 4" &
5" wide also Maple.
813-426-6470
Solid Oak Flooring, 3/4"
Thick, 2 /4" wide $l/sf,
Also available in 3" 4", &
5" wide also Maple.
813-426-6470
STAIR TREADS
Maple, Oak, Walnut, etc.
813-426-6470
STONE Wholesale prices.
Free Delivery. Direct
from Tennessee. ALL
TYPES! C&T Stone Yard
(931)788-0499
I Patio & Deck
441 Supplies

BRICK PAVERS
48 cents ea, Many colors
Do It Yourself Info
Paver Sealant Available
(813)968-6150 Sun Pavers
www.sunpavers.com
144 Sheds & I
444 Carport








24x30x9 Enc. concrete
slab 36" dr & 2 7x8 ga-
rage doors Inst. $10,800
813-788-3501 713-2333
www.jobobs.com
Discount Steel Buildings
Top' Quality/I-Beam
construction! 30x40 now
9,990. 40x60 now
15,960. 50x100 now
28,900. 70x150 now
56, 900. Call
-800-840-1699.
Discount Steel Buildings
Top quality / I-Beam
construction! 30x40 now
$9,400 40x60 now
S15,600 50x100 now
$28,900 70x150 now
$56,900 Call
1 -80-840-1699
ALL STEEL BLDGS. 28x30
was $9,400, sell $4,550.
40x44 was $15 600, sell
$6,860 48x106 was
$33,940, sell $15,620.
Call Now! Joe (800)392-
7817
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
installed; 18x21 Build-
ings from $2,375;
Cailfor More sizes
813-299-3798 681-5468
14451Tools I
Eagle Bender CP30R 3
phase $3500 obo. Miller
Mig 175 $400. Tanks &
torches. 15" planer 3hp
$300. 10" 5hp tablesaw
$450. Industrial dust
collector $100.60 gal
porter cable compressor
$225.813-486-5486
Hobart Mig $350. Lincoln
Tig $1,150. Custom
10KW Gen w/25HP Kohler
$2,000. Call Dave
(813)985-0634
WAREHOUSE SALE, 1/2"
DRILL PRESS, RLLER
RACKS W/JACK
STANDS, PALLETJACKS,
ETC. 813-885-5244
48 Air |
44 I Compressors
AIR COMPRESSOR 175
CFM, Duetz diesel, 255
hrs., $4500.
863-67-6098 Lakeland.

S Machinery &
44 I Heavy Equip.
Forklift-Tampa Forklift
since 1974. Parts, Svc.,
Rentals NewUsed
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th S.813-623-5251
FORKLIFTS-Ringlilt has
'As Is" 10 fully second
Stop and see why we
give the best value in re-
cond. forklifts in the
state. Huge inventory.
1401USHwy.301N.Tpa.
Larry, 813-620-1337.
STEEL TANKS (2) 10,000
gal and (1) 2500gal.Will
sell together or sepa-
rate. Call Dennis for
more info 407-896-2276
Consult Classified for
Harleys, & Hondas & so
much more! Classified
has vehicles of all kinds
to make your dream ma-
chine materialize!


450 Sporting
401 Goods

4TH OF JULY SALE
All long guns in store 20%
off. Freedom Outfitters
& Firearms
2311Thonotosassa Rd
Plant City 1-4 Exit 19
813-754-GUNS
ARCADE GAMES, Golf, 4
new games in box 1
used, full size, best offer
813-610-1963

ARMALITE AR50 SWAR
scope 6x24 ch. pd. soft
case. 10 rds fired. $3200
FL ID. Ask for Dave
813-631-0313
ATTENTION HUNTERS.
Space"; .ill available.
Looking for a few good
members. Big Horn
Hunting Club. 47,000
acres. Hwy 53 between
Buckville and Madison
FL. Dog or Still Hunting.
$1,200 per person.
Reese Mobey
Home: (386)362-3981
or Work (386)362-1555
Colt HBAR Sporter, 1-5
rd, 4-30 rd, 3x9 scope
with quick detached
mount, 42" black
Cordura case, $1750.
941-364-5788
941-742-3201
CONCEALED WEAPONS
CLASSES
Class G Requalification
Home Protection
813-643-1370 245-2719
Desert Eagle, 50 cal. brass
chrome, $1099. Rock Is-
land 1911-Al 45 $349
Wilson45$999. Glock 1
w/hi-cap $425 685-2612
GUN SAFE SALE
CHAMPION SAFE
$799. & UP.
Tampa Safe Exchange
S813-935-72333
HUNT CLUB Green Top
2015 acres, southern
zone. Membership $650
Dublin GA
3 404-433-73421
HUNTING CLUB
Taking new Members in
N. Florida. 18,000 + acres.
Contact (813)393-8311
MARLIN, 1895 lever ac-
tion, 45-70, Leopold 2x7
scope, nylong slingnew
cond$550 813966 812
NEW GUN SALES
9rrim $20
45$159.99 385pl$199
Taurus Kimber Ruger
Sam's813-931-8498Tmpa
Crown 788-2520 Z'hfiIs
Pool Table, 8', carved
legs, Italian 1" slate w/
access. & balls. New, still
in crate. Cost $4k sell
$1695. (352) 637-3100
Pool Table, 8', good cond
everything included
$500.813-654-7021


POOL TABLE
A Professional Series 4X8
Table with 1" Italian
slate, Ithr pockets,
carved legs. New still in
box. Can deliver & set up
$1250
813-926-8507,
Pool Table-black, a>8, 3
piece slate, drop
ockets, custom
Robertson. $600
813-833-7669
POOL TABLE, New In Box
Slate, Choice Cloth, Color
Eqip Ind $995.Buy,
Sell, Trade sed Tables.
Robertson Billiards
813-229-2778
Pool Table- Olhausen
quality table, cost $5000
w/cues rack balls
lights & cover, $2,100
4 813-642-9922
RIFLE, Savage 7mm Map,
BSA, 12x50, sling & case,
like new $480.
813-641-3071 Iv msg

S & W Mod. 500- 50. cal.
N.I.B. $825. Ask for Dave
813-631-0313

SCUBA CLEARANCE
Select regs was $450,
now $225. Nitrox com-
puters $249. Semi-dry
snorkels $20. Snorkeling
fins $20. 40-50% off se-
lected items! 15% off
paintball accessories.
SCUBA HAVEN
2039 E. Fowler Ave.
813-972-4455
SCUBA-Tanks -$75
Dacor Computer -$95
Regulator -$100
BC- $100
813-288-1966
TWO WESTMARINE
Inflatable Kayak.
Like new, used 3x.
Both $500 or Each $300.
813-205-6093
1 Exercise
451 Equipment
BIKE- Schwinn Pro Spin-
ner Excercise Bike, 1 yr
old, excellent condition,
$400.813-205-6093
BOWFLEX Extreme XTLU
4101b upgrade & acces-
sories, months old,
New-S1500; sell-$1100
813-854-4845/431-2680
Cross Bow Advantage by
Weider. Brand new. Paid
$750. Make offer.
813-361-6555.
Turn to Classified you
can Bank on our Bargains


I451c Exercise
41 Equipment

Nordic Track Treadmill
E4400, full spectrum
programming. New
$2500, now $1800.
813-833-0419
STAIRMASTER model PT
4000, virtually new. Call
615-0774.


TREADMILLS
Factory Direct To You.
Wholesale Prices. Club
Quality. 813-468-0053
I Health
4561 Products

HEALTH BENEFITS ONLY
PAY $1 Introductory
Fee!! Save up to 80%!
Dental 'Vision 'Pre-
scription *Chiropractic
No Paperwork exclu-
sions, deductibles! In-
cludes Cosmetics, Orth-
odontics Specialists
Second Month $11.95
/$19.95 (wWw.mybene-
fits p lus.com )
877-316-5942
FAMILY HEALTH CARE
w/Prescription Plan!
$69.95/mo: Best net-
work excellent cover-
age. No limitations, in-
cludes Dental, Vision
Pre-existing Cond. OK!
Call:WCS (800)288-9214
ext. 2347.
Canadian Pharmacy:
Save up to 80% on Pre-
scription Medication
shipped to your door.
www.canadaval-
uemeds.com Call Toll
Free 1-866-633-7922.
ABSOLUTELY NO cost to
you. New power wheel-
chairs, scooters and dia-
betic supplies. Call us
toll free 1-800-843-9199
Day/1night to see if you
qualify
HERBALIFE
Independent distributor
Call forproducts.
727-869-8799
ultimatehealthstore.com

Lose Weight Now!
For a free body analysis
Call 813-362-6207
www.adieting4u.com
Power
4501 Mowers I

DIXIE CHOPPERS!!
60" & 72" both in exc
cond. Starting @ $3,800
new 50" $5,500
813-661-9662; 299-5302
Kubota Tractor Model
B52003 cyl diesel, lawn
tires, front weights, 3pt
hitch, 48" deck mower,
almost new bush hog &
box blade. Very good
cond. $4650. Call Russ
813-651-1910
V OUR PACKAGES
Save $$ on equipment
for your lawn business.
Used & New Gator
Power 813-977-5000
Rider lawn mower
Encore ZTR, 34", well
maintained, 548 hrs.
Hard to find! $2995.
727-688-4829
1465 Lawn & Grdn I
FREE HORSE MANURE!
Great For Gardens!
YOU HAUL!!
Local delivery available.
813-661-1096
I48 Nurseries/
469 Trees

FRUIT TREE SALE
CREPE MYRTLE SALE
90 Varieties: Lemon-Lime
Orange-Tangerine-Fig
Pummelo-Guava-Avcano
Mango-Fl. Peach-Plum
Star-Aloe-Magnolia
813-752-4938 #47216934
LIVE OAKS 30 gal 2 & 3"
10-12' $50.-$80, Free De-
livered & planted on 4
Trees or more. Lic
#47232332 813-986-1075
or 813-752-1996
LIVE OAKS 45 gal. 4"-16'
$75;25 gal 3"-12'$50;
LIGUSTRUM45gal8'$125
748-8641 or 986-3302
Reg #47220672
TROPICALS
Lady & Metallica Palms
2-15 al. Lic #47226432
727-736-4722
Shipping Available
www. classicpalms.com
14801 Dogs I

Afghan To Yorkies

All Puppies Inc
4323 W. KennedyBlvd.
Puppies, access & food.
15% off w/this coupon.
V 813-288-4929V
d* Lic#P0356763 1h
Basset Hounds pups, AKC
HC, shots, Great breed
for anyone looking for
lovable companions,
$400. (727) 804-7936
BEAGLES-BORN 4/17 Bea-
gle puppies with a dash
of basset hound for ex-
tra cuteness. Gentle
parents on premises.
$275.(352)596-0695
BEAGLES Puppies, AKC,
health cert, w/5 ene
pedagree, bred from
show & field champions
bloodline. Tri color 9 wk
old $200.752-8172
You can unload your
washer with an ad in ap-
pliances, class 416.


JULY 8,2004 THE COURIER 25
.i i Ji3 I$ a ,
14801 Dogs | 1480 Dogs
BOXER PUPPY AKC 1 Long-Haired Dash Hound
Male, 10 wks old, pick of Male Black,2 years old,
litter, brindle great CH housebroken, needs love.
lines, big &bul, vet. $100
$450.813-363-5136 Call 352-544-2609
MALTESE 6 month old 5
BOXER Pups, 8 wks old, Lb.AKCRegistered, Lov-
vet checked, ready to able, Parents on Premis-
o. Fawn M w/Blk mask, es $1,000
Brindle F, AKC $500 ea. V 813-839-91173
813-988-7202 MALTESE AKC ready on
BULL TERRIER PUPS June 20th. Ultimate lap
AKC, great pedigree & Puppy, cute as a button,
Good homes mandatory 2 small Males. $750.
$1200. 941-926-1000 813-969-3390
BULL TERRIERS AKC, MIN PIN PUPPIES, 2
adults & puppies, males Chocolate F, tails & dew
&females.Aso studsvc claws done. Ready on
available. 6/23/04. AKC shots
_v 813-857-7570 hlth certs. $600. Call
CAIRN TERRIER PUPS Rick, 813-788-1835
AKC. Excellent pet.
Non-shedding.www. Pomeranian Pups
mccartysterriers.com CKC 8 wks 1st shots &
$700.352-591-2271. health certificates $400-
COCKER SPANIELS 2 lit- $450813-961-0291
terms 1 lit. black & 1 lit. POMERANIAN PUPS CKC,
buff, reg vet ready 9 wks when ready on
now! Parents on prem. 6/28,hlthcert, lstshots
813-886-6433 sable, POP, 2-M $350, -F
DOBERMAN Adults & $400 813-917-7268
puppies, Kimberta Pomeranian Pups CKC
bloodline, red/black, 8 reg.8wks old,2 males, 1
weeks, health cert, $400 fern, health certs/shots
&up. 813-264-2531. $400 ea 863-676-8035
ENGLISH BULL DOG PUP, Lake Whales area
Male, Wht w/Brin. mark., POMERANIANS, AKC,
show prospect champ. Black, 1 male 1 Female,
bloodline, $1,700. Pay 10 weeks Health Certs
plan. 813-653-3355 Ar $550; -
ENGLISH BULLDOGS, 2 0 813-220-16321t
AKC, Champion lined, POODLE PUPS Toy &
Wht/Brd. Spots, Fe- Mini, M&F, velv,health
males, Show parents cert CKC reg, $400 & +
Home raised Health 813-391-7913;
Cert. 1 Yr Contract. 813-382-4190
angelsengislrsB RAT TERRIER PUPS, UKCI
dogs.corn $800 Ready Beautiful. See pictures:
7/15.813-655-4610 www.mccartysrat
71. terriers.comn
English Bulldog, Male $325 & Up. 352-591-2271
puppy, 8 wks, Brindle,
AKC, Health certs. RAT TERRIERS UKCI, 8
Champ lines. $1200. weeks small& lovable,
813-918-1397 Male/Female health
certificates. $395 each.
English Springer Spaniel Call 813-757-0532
Pups, AKC, health cert,
L & W ready now, $450. ROTTWEILER PUPS
352.598.0441 German Champion Blood-
lines, AKC, OFA & DNA.
ENGLISH SPRINGER HugeBlockheads!
SPANIEL PUPPIES AKC $400& up. 352-624-3787
health cert. Liver/White
& Blk/White $500 (863) SAINT BERNARD PUPPIES
452-2086 AKC. Avail 7/5. Both par-
ents present. $550 (352)
FLORIDA CUR PUPPIES 332-5215
great working dogs,
some w/natural bob
tails & blue eyes, $150 Schnauzer, Mini-AKC, vet
ea. 813-659-2735 health certificate, 9
wk old male S&P, POP,
GERMAN Shepherd Pups $400.813-779-8180
Full blooded no papers
parents on prem 1st
shots $300 taking De p. SHIH TZU "Tea Cups"
Ready 7/12; 813-831-1822 Adorable CKC parents
on premisis $500 Call for
GERMAN SHEPHERD, details 813-243-1598
AKC large Pups & oreves813-792-9734
adults, rich Colors &
Blacks family oriented. SHIH-TZUS, CKC, $300
$650. (239)543-2252 Home raised, hith certs,
vet checked. Small,
GERMAN short haired beautiful babies.
Pointer pups, AKC, vet 813-368-7514,293-5545
checked, health
guaranteed. SIBERIAN HUSKIES, black
$300 605-873-2482 & white females w/blue
GIANT SCHNAUZERS eyes, vet checked 1st
GIANT SCHNAUZERS, s ots, ready now. $250.
champ bloodline, AKC, : all813-264-9403
hith guar. great w/kids, -
$750. 407-970-2538 or SiKTerriers, taking dep
52-242-0449 Orlando AKC, M/F, 12 wks & 5
GOLDEN RETRIEVER AKC shots on puparenkts,
PUPS M/F, shots hith warro0800firm inc
certs. beautiful home spay/neuter. Also 2 yr
raised babies, $450. old avail $500.
813-975-0821 813-662-9195 P04047048
GOLDEN RETRIEVERS pa- STAMP out ITCHAMA-
pered vetvhealth CALIUTS! Promote heal-
certs $400. TaKing de- ing & hairgrowth with-
posits, ready 7/10. out steroids. Shampoo
352-796-7035 with Hapy Jack Itch No
Golden Retriever Ador- Morea apply Happ'JaCK
able Pups. born 5/27/04, Skin 6ams@addone-
parents on premises, kote to food. TSC STORE
taking deposits, asking 813-707-1185
$600.813-661-6613 WALKER CROSS BLUE
GREAT Dane Pups AKC TICK PUPPIES, 10 wks.
Shots, hith cert, guar. old, 3-F, -M, $75 ea.
Harl Mantle Merle blk 813-628-0403
813-391-8619 or
813-792-5607 WESTIES Champion
www.anerokdanes.com sired, all shots, spayed
ITALIAN GREYHOUND and can be seen at:
PUPPIES, AKC Males, www.kenlakes.com
$500. P04067886 $1,800. (270)759-4556
813-986-0600 WHEATON TERRIER Pups,
soft coated, 3 males,
JACK RUSSEL TERRIER AKC, vet checked,
PUPS, CKC, hith cert. health guaranteed, non-
M/F, $400 ready now. shed. $700 605-873-2482
813-986-5914 YORKIE PUPS (2) female,
CKC, 9 wks, 2 shots, hlth
LAB PUPS AKC, DNAOFA cert. Beautiful ball of
LOVING LABS. Black 813-655-8416; 431-1134

vided. 813-948-4799 4/13. Vet 'on health
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots, certs, 1st shots.
wormed, vet cert. Block $400-550.352-583-9414
head, champ. bkgrd.
Pedigrees. Parents/ W aVePUIPPIE S
grandparents on site WE HAVE PUPPIESo
$500 352-307-0772 or 727-647-1719
LAB PUPS, Chocolate, * * * *
AKC, shots, wormed, Ii481 Cats
peaigree, 2 males c ek n
$500.985-7338 BENGALS (2) F (1) M kit-
.ot tens brown spotted
LABRADOODLE PUP brown marble spotted
BLACK FEM. 5 M OLD/ white Lynx/bfue eyes,
HAS ALL SHOTS/HAS HC$390 (727) 992-4544
CRATE/NEEDS SOME-
ONE WITH TIME TO Cla ns 5 s tck
PLAY $700 (813) a Kittens A atsv
932-8340 Free to good home. Spay-
R E t ed, neutered some vac-
Creams & Blacks $80u
up (386) 364-8345 tes- Kittens
ha04@alltel.net To Good Homes. Spayed,
LABRADOR, Ennlish Blk neutered, shots,
e P KC, OFA wormed tested.
PuppiesO P, C813-154-4975
certified, Champ Ped.
$500 Persian Kitten, 13 weeks
Call 813-662-2475 old, female, tabby
LABS, AKC, YELLOW 8s-mo $350.
Beautfiul! Wormed/ 1- -
Shots. Parents on prem-
ises. Ready7/8/04. $675. Class 584 is your ticket to
813-924-8220 Boating Adventure!







26 THE COURIER JULY 8, 2004
# G Yrse Ec 5l Eq.' 11. 1 I 55L c 5r s
1482 1 Birds I 1498 I Estate Sales I Garage, Yard 15101 Farm Equip. Horses & Motor Homes Campers & Swimming | 584 ] Boats |
AMAZONS, Pair Orange SCC 1312 Bluewater TRACTORS FORD 1300 Trirs 21' 1982 Cuddy Cabin
Wings, eg laying, $350 Fri/SatS-2 PLANT CITY 208 E Ter- w/B.H finish mower* BEEF CALVES FOR SALE 27' 1989 WINNEBAGO 24' 1999 Dutchmen, SPA/HOT TUB 5 Person Searay, newrebuilten,
obo. Pair exican Red- ParkonSideofSale. race Dr, St 7/10.7:30 $4850, Yanmar YM276 Weaned, On Feed, WARRIORCICSleeps6, Like New, lounger, hp. Loaded rebuild lower unit, ful y
heads $400 obo. Magma Loveseat, Tilt Top Table, am-1 pm ToolsHard- 0w/Wood finih mower. Vaccinated, 3-8 mos old. Gen, 2 AC, Micro F bridge o with shoulder, ipts. back enclosed canopy, many
dblyellowM.10yrs$450 Tea Cart, Pillow Back ware, Swing, double $4250813-626-2609 $300-$400 ea. Delivery LowMiles.$12,0b0 obo. $,500bD & neck jets. Cabinet, extras. $6000 Obo
obo 727-862-6141 Chairs, erving Cart Coffee Pot, Tires, Logic Horses & Avail 863-581-5322 MustSee! 813-837-3536 813-677-47423 lights. Never used.War- 813-239-7501
BIRDS: (Exotic Pets) R a S SC ITEMS 525 estock WARMBLOOD MARE 27'Holiday Rambler 1983 24' 1999 Shasta Flite 5th ranty.Retail $4300, Sac- 21' 1994 Pro-line 200HP,
Yard, Sale/Swap. The Coffee Table, Maple proven jumper, ap- Class C Ford 461, sleeps wheel w/slide, sleeps 6, 888-222-3809 5iea d ll i -
Ammermans,4902No. Lamp Tables, House- Beautiful Gray TB Geld- proved home only. Best 6, a/c, microwave, full fully equipped self con- 88-- equipped, wel mam
C. Taylor Rd. Plant City hold & Misc. U ns162 Dressage & offer. 813-503-2833. bath, exc cond, $6,000. tainted $8,000 SPA/HOTTUB ained.$11500
btwn exit 22 & 25 via So. g Dr 813-855-2650;546-1865 813-653-9503 6 person portable w/his 813-633-8957
Frontage o-worker with cancer-4, Sun JOHNNY JONES Huner prospects. No $28. hevyw Banks Power. Trailer A/C, Full bat her- $1650 ounger.813-230-7782 full 211996 Wahooflats boat
ereon eR ,vices sound. $2,500 A Dock Full of Deals inpthe 31' Four Winds 1999 27' Boundere1991, class A, warranty. 5650 '96 175 Johnson Ocean
Julyl8th9-5813-752-2230 AU89 AB8LK each.(813)961-3362 Boating Classifications Hurricane no slide 17k 24k miles all original, 727-858-51v5 Runner w/low hrs. Gar-
buyr sell oede r find ,almost rage, Yard PLANT CITY 2715 Kala Quarter Horse- $15/h00r, everyday! mi, Ford bath $1000obGen. 45 813-961reatcond all opt Must MustSell. rae ket. Exc. o n.
r n 1r, ar499S1 Lane, off Wilder Rd Sat Pony-$500, Mini-S200,TENNESSEE Walking hrs,self contained,$38K gee!, lik ew,11900 SPA! HOTTUB!dT n r, Gra
anything? Classified, o7/10, 8am til ? Multi $25/da. Call now: BUYING A Types of new c727.7.1017 oo.813-805Person Deluxe. N ever $pth7,500 863) 646-3705
bours! t2-74 -; 7 'l, Family S al e to benefit ll6 -e.6 Horse, P2 year a o. Therapeutic Full hite motorguide troll-
e -7 -. finance e anyone. O ChestnutrmareChampi- 35' Executive MH 454 27' Conti.nental Travel Warranty, Sacrifice inmtr7 Ig ait wells,
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2 POOPED 2 SCOOP Green Peanuts, Mon-Fr AprendixMarenice20yr Horse Boarding Fa- Cummins diesel diesel PULL-RITE trailer hitch $59998 -397-3529. 22'ChisCraft,199S,arge
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S PLANT CITY 1002 Wood- show rs 7500. ture turn out ava Sable.37FT ineabeo Adven- Throgh makinwaves?imm '02 SEADO GTX 4TEC 3 erythin SCARAB, 1991/50
anw Ave off Alexander 813-62246 $225-$275. ALSO s- turer,1996 slide 28K Place a classier ad & sweater & 98 Kawasaki 81-973-05,ercruiser S963-500.
KOI FOR SALE S or 1-4, Fri & Sat 7J9 & PEAS Free Horse if boarded ture boarding available mi., nicely decorated, letsailors get wind of 1100 STX, deluxe tan- 22'Chriscraft, WAC, In-
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813-672-9135 ing zesgowns, pag- eled. Also avail Can- $15/hr, $25/day Call or poss. work for board. 42' 2002 AFFINITY WILDERNESS 135ob813-416-5052 alum trailer, good cond































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www.koiman.com eantdresses,toys,more taloupes, melons Call now 813-649-1126 www. 5 mi west of Brandon. Country Coach 'Bed & 24' 1976 Travel Trailer, Collapsible Duel Tandem Mustsell813-991-0195
CLASSIFIED PLANT CITY, 1307 Ala- 813-707-0240 To place suncitystables.com LESSONS;your horse or Breakfast"'505hp 10k sleeps 4. $1500 OBO Kayak Like New Condi- 22'Glasstream Bowrider,
WORKS!aatSIFIED P AN Tl- your order. HERDofBlackAngusand mine.83-622-7469 2 slide$)loade d/p 1-904-7S9-6693 tion. Perfect for the w/ Alum performance
WORKS! 2bama St. Sat 7Cd, n Fam-stions.you9rKoboSteveE t ort.
2 & ilk 15101 rMblaerek k/white facecows994-4578 fullyMercruiser V-6, ss
mB WS*AY tingToys Silkcalving now. Also black 527 Hay & Grain 6 Asking $450813-63-8037 r i n t
RABBIFlotwearrngementso &AC954-7 53 5 3 ccVKaskin7 5,ooks & runs great
(4H Club) Miniature many more misc Items 4-Horse Trailer + 10' Angus ull. Call: itCoastal954-822-7535 Kawasaki $75 o 727-643-7274
breds caes & sulies tic ligti wateHay-rfal39/lsoland 26' Rare 2 dr custom, 1999 Ultra 150 C999 consult Classified for
oo CoverliCowHay-$1/RolersTransmoersde/U$18timate$189 3 cyl, fast! New motor, Harleys & Hondas & so
Reef Aquarium 120 gal. obo.813-817-2612 $750/eachblackbulls, Call 352-267-3127 FW GMC. $4,900. $4675.813-972-304 has vehicles of all kinds
MH lighting, c-veroc KUBOTA2350dieseltrac- $9s5each" 813-645-9203 '813-966-5233 AouaToy Paddleboat. tomakeyourdreamma-































836 214070 5 -5 I 813-623-9939 water. 13750 0BO. WantAds
liners olsroae tor, barn kest, 327 hrs, -621-2214 505-7047 550rs HOTTUBNewseatseats 5. Canopy, exc chine materialize!
Asking $7,20 obo. J Reg TB Mare 1613 yr 562lots of jets, alCampers Johnson, Bimini cond. $400 oo. 23' 2001 Maxubin, blen2300R,
r. ote1 503 BushHog $250. King gentle e, 16 mt recreation TravelTrlr 5 Rental 352-683-6791 80hrs, inside porta- d
PLANT CITY1303 N. Cutter 5' box bade, Movingaust sell. In. Jayco TT, '86, AC, a- $5560 813-681-7915 or w/ sower, fully e quip
Set u Dual Metal Ha- Furniture, $250.813-99-2968 western tack & 7 bails MotorHomesco662362 813275712gallcoy, full canvas,
slide 175W x 2 fclurcs- clothingm$s0Ni-mes SPEED $450 40 HEAR813-7S9-4688 I 50 "V's Ioanleveling hitch. Very Campers available for excellent condition, Frank813-717-7278















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chnny BUYUSED SPAS 1y99S6ERinclude sr2003TtR auler. 2 e7 Pn Lve
ter.3ea.magdrive.Kent PLANTCT go cond, $4500 40 HEADS OF CROSS- Very Nice. $4000 oo. reMa ssage Chair by Sharp- 18 1991 Sea Pro, 115HP c04 Pontoon aive
10 er Image. Brand new. Mer, tandem axtrr, $1,799inBO fuwell, GPS/Fishr canvafull
marinesatwaterchem- St, Fri, Sat, 7/9 & 10, 85h 8x1Bere, askin$33,00. Also 3 23'1984 Alegroleeps6, 813-884-1697 callLynn813-546-1827 813-277-4847 instr. panel, only 000.813-493-618rs,



































e we1Kt w o ty(11862 offer. Paid $2995. shield runs ood $2250 ,
icals. 73 al Vat for R. am-lpm Womens $550Refrig Micro, New o- 21' TAURUS, 1977, good 1 65i813-621-1805 35' Fountain Lightning
R.O. & Deonizer. $600. teen/pr teen scanner, $4,500 BO Must sell 813-2003 1-8223 never been used.Comes $13K obo81en exccon3-355-6339
813-43-2190 printerHouseold tes WantAds Spot Advertising Works 813-85-6127C RV/Boat storage. w/ trailer. Readto 24FT Wecra Arruba,
Sec pkg w/24 hr access, $5800.h813-885-525 1987, Vortec0'01 Eng,'02-
bright night lighting & 2 prop.OD, cabin sleeps
wasd w h a t area. From $35 ats frie, stove, ea
813-968-4991; 505-2803 $12,50. (813)810-1890
Morris Bridge Road.4mi trolling motor, livewell WAC 1996 225 Johnson
N. of Cross Creek BvId. w/aireator FF running aluminum trailerri ed

SPFowler & 1-75 16' BAYLINER fish n ski 25 ftCarroWellcraftSport fish-
t o w n85hpnewtrlmtr&f/s,2 erman. Cuddy cabin
RV's/Boats etc. Security, wells $3100 obo moving 1991 model with 2006
$o0/mo o mustsel1813627-0305 twin EFI Mercury en-
to w ftswit y o uver bo813-986-3094 iines. Great shape.
171 1984 Landaa Jon Boat Readyto fish. $27,500.
South Bay RV & Boat w/2002 40HP Mercury, Call 32-347-4470
Storage- Secureoutside less than 10 hrs, nice
and covered storage, galvanized continental 26'1994 Bayllner Rendez-
SouthBed, fu warra Trailer, new Carpet, vous, blue/white, 175HP
813- 77-20 0 great for bass, flats & Outbrd, exc cond 13
ThevKeyToiAVINGS Start ucll untind $2,800 passenger, Must sell
Here inClassified! firm.813-477-.513 ASAP $11000 obo
sac$1500813-247-2892 B owrider, seats 8, ski/ 813-485'Boat. NEW PRIV500
imming crus130HP, 100 hcrs, alum. 26' SCARAB, 1991/2004,
SPAHOTTUBools Spas slideon on trailer, jack Mercruiser SC 525hp,
I_ _late.AM/FM & more. new trlr. int. motor,
S A- SPAS $ 50obo 813-239-7427 channel 518-Fast!68-4242
Hot Summer Deals! 17' SPRIT BASS BOAT $29,500 561-637-8471STORAGE
Motornotrunning, trail- 31' 2004 Larson Cabrio
ter light* Warranty. Re- 2FF002 150 Yamaha, with Morris Bridgftket, Rloade4mi
$1650. 1-888-545-9592 r ightsged. car$13et500. $1000 Garmin Gboats, a/c,
*727-480-0514Seat er 99 ob 813-294-4578 (813) refrig, head w/shower
Man MorewJfiber- 994-4578 fully equip galley, full
oifin7 se canvas, windlass twin
optic lightingwaterfalls, 17FT Fisher Hawk 1999 Volvo 5.7 MPI, 50 hours,
volcanojets, notseats!* SC 2000 mercury 60h ext warranty until 2010
Spacoversfrom$199* 199 Fisher Trailer 1998 9 mnSirius stereo, First
CoverDliftersG$189* Nissan 9.8 Kicker motor. oldLCDTV/DVD
9017ADAMO DRIVE Burgundy cover, all the $109,000.13-672-1679
SW Corner H99 301 & 60 toys. Never been in salt
a 813-623-99971 water. $13,750 OBO. Want Ads
(813)7&8-9851 34'2002 Rinker Fiesta Vee
or (352)458-0267 342 stored on lift,
HOTTUBNewseats5,5hp 18' Pontoon, 1994 50HP loaded, upgraded int
lots of jets, all digital, Johnson, Bimini Trailer, a/c, aft cabin, blender, 2
blower ozone, lartylite F.F Live Werl VGC, refrig, ice maker, head
waterfall Cost $7K sacri- $559b0 813-681-Y915 or w/ shower, fully equip
fice $2500 813-966-2362 813-927-5712 galley, full canvas,
I'SEARAY BOWRIDER owrance, winlass, twin
IBUYUSEDSPAS 1'SAMercruiser5.7 Horizons,
1996 Mercruiser in/out, FWC gen, stereo,
& SELL USED SPAS W/ like new cond, asking $129,OO. 813-641-0342
WARR. I MOVE SPAS $7450 obo.
Call (813)625-0165 24/7 Call 813-649-9265 34FF 1988 Wellcraft Gran
Sport, twin 454_A/C
Massage Chair by Sharp- 18.5' 1991 Sea Pro, 115HP alc/elec range, aft cab-
er Image. Brand new. Merc, tandem axle trIr, in, full camper canvas.
Need the money. Make walk through wind- $28,000.813-493-6184
offer. Paid $2995. shield runs good $2250
813-361-6555. obo 813-621-1805 35' Fountain Lightning
2001 Twin 592 cu. inc
POOL HEATERS FACTO- 18.6' 2003 SEA HUNT 500HP engs, exc cond,
RY DIRECT: Solar, Heat TRITON Open very low hours (70),
Pump or Gas. Complete Fisherman 115Yamaha $14500.843-514-0854
do-it-yourselfhpool heat- 4 stroke& trailer. 42 hrs.
er kits. Phone quotes, in- Exc. cond. $16,950. 46'Chris Craft Constella-
F in d va t y oastalat on available in 813-645-170it 24u-n832e tion, $150k in restora-
most art 1989 Ski-tast ion, top condition.
1-800-333-9276 ,reas.519ic in- www.boatangel.org/46
L www0solardIrec-co boat, 350 Chevrolet
sure Dealer inquiries power, excellent perfor- I Boat Slips -
C h e c k o u t elcoe. $5300.w13-963-7278. 1 Storage
SP,5personw/Iounger, 19' Ski Supreme 1985 Carrollwood Outside
waterfall, light, therapy inboard, bimini top, 351 Storage! All boats/RVs
th e c la ss ifie d stscarca ne nine new interior welcome. Secure facility/
wl$railler, 6,000 24 hr acc. Reasonable
13-651-0401 813-948-1574 rates. 813-505-2803
for the best buys around.SPA, 5-personw/lounger,20' 1987 Wellcraft w/87 South Bay RV & Boat
Atherapyets, lightnever OMC drive 125 HP out- Storage -Secure outside
used, futwarranty. aluminum float on trailer. SouthBayStorage.com
3 (813) 760-15713' $4000 obo. 813-267-0204 813-677-2000
Spa/Hot tub- 4-5 person 20'&24' Pontoon Boats OUTDOOR STORAGE
withotloungerb 4 5.hp, under$10,000. Benjamin Rd., boats,
To advertise call: loer 2004withmotors. RV's, auto, trucks.
jets. Cedar int 8137www 3donsboatin0com $40+/mo. Securedloc'r
jets.n Cedarwatneri 13-677-1300.8 13-684-9171
warranty Retails $400, 20' Wellcraft Classic '87 Dock Rental Holds upto
-5 Person uise, a-i cond, picts: Dock, Sea Pines Hudson
w/Iounger *5HP* Shoul- $5,350obo 813-968-6154 channel 518-368-4242
der, Back & Hip jets *Ce-
dar Cabinet* Underwa- 20FTI996ProlineStalker, OUTDOOR STORAGE
ter light* Warranty. Re- 2002 150 Yamaha, with Morris Bridge Road.4mi
727-480-0514 813-234-0228 $35+-/rag. 813-886-5533








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I Marine
586 Supplies &
Repairs
1999 Mercury 250 EFIXXL,
Complete with all
controls and gages,
400 hours, perfect
condition, runs great,
$7200 obo. 813-966-5534
T-TOPS ANODIZED
ALUMINUM WITH NEW
CANVAS. CUSTOMIZED
TO FIT ANY BOAT.
$800 941-266-0903
BOAT TRAILER 1999
24/26' Aluminum Tan-
dem axle w/ brakes and
spare tire $1500 obo.
813-966-5534
1988? 235HP Evinrude,
not new not pretty,
runs good.
$1.200.
Call (727)439-0707
OUTBOARDS, Inboards,
Lower Units, Outdrives,
Rebuilt & Used, Call for
good Prices.
3 813-621-01071
Trailer-for 18 or 19' boat,
aluminum Magic Tilt
heavy duty, good cond
$500 813-685-1378
15871 | Sailboats
30' 1981 Cruising Catama-
ran Catch Rig, Needs
work. $20,000 OBO.
772-631-0647

J24 Sailboat, needs some
work but price is great!
Asking $4000 w/trailer&
motor. 813-966-7778
8am-Spm
600-649
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Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
CHEVY TRUCK PARTS
350-4 bolt, turbo 400,
complete 1979 C-30-
4wd, and 1999 F-250 rear
axle. 813-917-2787
DAYTONA 1987 SHELBY,
Turbo, Complete car,
not running, w/extra
body. $600.
813-877-2189
ENGINE RARE ZZ3
350/345HP, New still in
crate, great for classic
or street rod $3,250
firm. 863-967-1979
MOPAR 340 short block
built,with 10.5.1 pistons
$950. Barry,
813-661-0159

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Monitor Anywhere.
autowatchers.com
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Affordable, Many Options
TOPPER 6' LOW/PROFILE
F/Ranger;cndy/apple
redsliding windows
$4500BO(813)376-9215

TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z. guaranteed
work. Installation
available & everything
elese. Call Rob for
prices: 813-610-1535

627 Utility
Trailers

4x6 trailer
like new, 6 months old,
big tires, $350 obo
813-685-1378
7x14x7 Haulmark 2003
enclosed, shelves, lights,
pwr, exc! $4200 obD
813-967-1471
NEW-ND-trailers. 2000 &
35001b axles, new 15"
tires, PT floors 4' ramp
gate. 4x8 $535, x8 $625.
x10 $695, 5x10 2' mesh
side $795, 6x12 2' mesh
$950.
Othersizes avail 926-7662
"- OUR SPECIALS
You can afford the best
a Wells Cargo enclosed
trailer. Gator Power
813-977-5000
I2o Trucks Lightl
62 Duty
CHEVY 1953 PICK UP
Restored, auto, 350 eng,
burgundy, runs & looks
great! $7500
813-281-0588; 495-1759
CHEVY 1984 PRO STREET,
454ci, 400 trans, posi
runs 12's in 'A. $16,000
invested. Asking$7,000
firm. (813)805-7188
CHEVY 1988 S10 Pickup,
speed, newtires,
runs great, minor body
damage, no a/c, $775.
813-239-1221
CHEVY 1989 Blazer full
size, 4WD, new engine
w/warr, coldA/C,33"al-
um. wheels, good cond.,
$4500 obo. 813-334-5502
Chevy 1995 Silverado 4x4,
ext cab, 3/4 ton, loaded!
Exc cond w/ 8' self con-
tained topper $7,900 Pi-
nellasPk 727-572-8852
CLASSIFIED WORKS


29I Trucks Lightl
62" Duty I

CHEVY 1996 S10 VR2,
Black/Gray int, 100K mi,
fully loaded, exc cond.
$5,500.813-927-7715

CHEVY 1998 S-10 X-cab,
auto, V6, A/C, CD, Al-
Ioy's, power pkg, 72K,
$6500,813-994-2600

Dodge 1997 Ram pickup.
Exc cond, red, all power.
Excellent work truck.
$4200obo
813-426-1130
DODGE 1999 DAKOTA-V6
Magnum, Auto, A/C,
Club Cab Bedliner 80k
Mi. White. $6500
813-335-6300
Dodge 2001 Ram Quad
cab, 5.2 It, auto, tilt,
cruise, AC, CD & Cass,
other extras, 36k mi. Exc
cond! $14,750,643-6116
1971 Ford F-250 long bed
.351 V-8 auto hvy dty
nitch, springs, slide win-
dow, camper as tank,
$850 (813)263-7821
FORD 1991 F150 LARIAT
XLT, 5 Liter, Automatic,
Ext. Cab, Short bed,
$3200.813-416-6163
FORD 2000 F150 Lariat,
4dr, 4x4, a ll power,
46K miles, leather, CD,
bedliner exc, $15,500.
813-880-7522:230-3642
FORD 2001 F150 Lariat
crew cab, Ithr V8 5.4L
Triton, tow pkg, Cb, su-
per sharp. 67K mi.
16,900 813-245-4660.
FORD 2003 RangerExtcab
Edge, V6 CD, pwr wins/
locks,dlnr, 17k mi, 2WD
Exc cond. Below book
$13,800 (863) 644-2588
GMC 1995 Sonoma 95k
miles, 4 cylinder, 5
speed, runs good. $1700.
Call after 5pm
813-685-3757
GMC 2000 Sierra, 5 spd.
6 cyl. power windows,
doors, locks. Great
cond. 72K mi. $8300.
813-690-6006
Mitsubishi 1994 Mighty
Max, auto, A/C,tint new
tires, brakes, 74K mi.
Exc. shape. $2,500
813-689-3830* 787-3976

NISSAN 1997 PICKUP
110,000 mLRed, Pickup,
5 dd, 2 W 4 C
S3,798, reat Truc or
Work or Play XAT (813)
875-7223
NISSAN 2001 FRONTIER,
Crew cab, V-6, auto,
loaded new tires,
$10,000 obo
707-208-0942
TOYOTA 2000 Tacoma
4x4.X-iracab, SR5.TRD.
5 spd. PW. PL, cruse,
93K 813-69-905
$12,600 obo.
I60n I Trucks-
630 IHeavyDuty

FORD 1996WINDSTARdu-
al a/c, pwr windows,
factory int, antitheft ig-
nitioft very clean, 1508,
$3700813-689-8140
Lawn spray truck 700gal-
lon cap, suzu 1997 PR
Diesel, business sold, AC,
92K mi, good cond,
$12,000. (352) 567-7866
I IB' 4-Wheel
I Drive
CHEVROLET 1995 1500
98K mi, Vortec V6 4x4,
A/T, AC, clean in & out
Sacrifice $4800 firm
813-986-6690
Dodge 1997 Ram Sport
4x4,80k mi body Engine
1998 Magnum 5.3L w/
24K mi. PS, PB, 4 spd HD
Auto. Reg. cab. short
custom aircraft alum.
bed. Many extras.
$12,000813-681-6911
JEEP 1977 CJV 4x4 new
brakes & wiring, many
extras. $5500 obo.
813-416-5766

NISSAN 1986 HARD BODY
PICK UP 4x4, AC new
tires, shocks, radiator,
152K, 1 owner, exc cond,
$2,600.813-962-1351
6311 Vans
CHEVROLET 1998 Ven-
ture good cond, PW, PD,
AM/FM stereo, cas-
sette, runs well $4700.
813-748-8678
CHEVY 1983 ROCKWOOD
Stepside, 305 CUB.,
trans & motor runs good,
needs steering column.
$350.813-983-1444
CHEVY
1987 Astro Van
white, roof rack, good
work van. $1,000 obo.
813-240-9761; 249-0831
DODGE 1993 CARAVAN
150,000 mi Auto. v6. AC
$1,200 OBO (813)
968-6016,
DODGE 1994 Ram 150 Car-
go Van, PS, PB, auto,
cold AC, new tires 184k,
well maintained, $4500.
813/962-4020
DODGE 1998 Caravan
only 40K mi. great
interior, green, good
condition, $7900
813-991-9762
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16311 Vans I
DODGE 2000 CARAVAN,
All power, White,
1 owner, Hwy miles,
excellent condition,
$7200.813-237-0822
DODGE 2000 Grand Car-
avan, Handicapped, 10"
lowered fir, pwr ramp &
pwr whlchr tie downs
24k mi 727-393-6958
DODGE 2002 RAM Cargo
Van 1500 white auto,
A/C, wheel based
1276" 24K $12,850, like
new 813-917-9463
FORD 1990 Econoline Ext
Cab E150 Cargo, AC unit
in frnt & bck,back pad-
ded, runs great no rust.
$1260,813-354-7518.
FORD 1997 E350 Extended
Van excellent work van,
white, bins, ladder
racks, new tires, new
rear end, recent tune-
up, 274k, painting van.
$5900 (813)956-4546
FORD 1999 Cargo Van V8,
all power, running
boards, finished inside,
Seat cond. 63K mi.,
$9,000 obo 813-885-5244
FORD
2000 WINDSTAR LX
green, a/c, very clean, ex-
cellent con ition! 70k
mi, $7800 813-453-0993
FORD 2001 E350 SUPER
DUTY, Ford Diesel,
76,600 mi. Clean exc
cond. $11K firm.
813-249-9717
FORD 2001 Windstar LX
dual AC, sliding DR's,
fully loaded, CD/cass.
extra clean, 59K mi.
$8490 813-514-1809
GMC 1999 Savana G1500-
V8 cargo van w/66047
mi, ps, pb, AC, alarm,
tow pckg $9 800; 727-
596-1292, 613-697-1559
HONDA 1997 ODYSSEY LX
92K mi, LtBlue Minivan,
Auto., 4 COl. $6800,
PW/PD, Must sell (813)
841-3184
MERCURY 1997 Villager
GS, fully loaded
blue/silver 2 tone, all
pwr, dual A/C (ice cold),
cruise, alloys, JVC ra-
dio/ CD, non-smoker,
one owner. Must see,
great cond. $4900.
813-765-9638.
TOYOTA 1991 PREVIA,
wht, avg cond no A/C,
runs well, 174K miles,
$2495 obo by 07/17.
813-224-2319 day or
813-831-7072 night.
TOYOTA 1998 SIENNA LE1
Owner, new timing belt
& w/pump, air f & b96K
mi. Exc. cond. $8499
OBO 813-920-1216
I Sport Utility
I 32" Vehicles
Acura 2003 MDX w navi-
gation. 6K mni beige ext
fan Ithr int,3.5LV6, auto.
No kids/pets, exc cond.
$36,500 813-263-9145
CHEVY 1993 Blazer Tahoe
S10, super motor, body.
tow pkg. interior fair,
$2200 negotiable,
813-989-3562
CHEVY 1999 Blazer load-
ed Ithr sunrf, cass 3
hitch 2WD,4WD &AWD
sys. Exc. cond. 87K mi.,
$11,600.813-891-9110
CHEVY 2002 Trailblazer
white, exc cond, new
battery & brakes, tow
kg, power, fact. warr.
813-368-1616 $19,000
CHEVY 2004 Tracker 4X4
only 6K mi
4dr, loaded. 1 owner,
$13,560 obo. 727.365.3422
DODGE 2004 Durango
w/5.7 Hemi enp., 2000
mi Ithr seats, all o tions
w/CD. $26,000 Car in
Tampa 706-289-5607
FORD 1996 BRONCO, Ed
Bauer, 92K mi, 5.8.L,
auto, showroom cond!
Fully loaded. 1 owner
$11,700 813-767-7267
FORD 1998 Expedition
2wd E.B., exc. cond.,
white/tan, tow pkg, 5.4L
eng. 67K mi. ext. wrrty.
$13, 00.813-20-4926
FORD 2001 Explorer Sport
Track, Black, Gray
Leather, Loaded 4WD,
$14,800 813-282-1294

FORD 2004 EXPLORER XLT
only 5K mi
4x4,4dr, loaded, 1 owner,
$22,500 obo 727.365.3422
GMC 1999 YUKON Denali,
BIkw/Grey Ithr, fully
loaded w/every option.
Exc. cond. Asking $16,500
obo. 813-924-5503
HONDA 1999 CRV auto,
AC, 73K mi. all pwr,
cruise, CD, keyless en-
try cloth, perfect cond,
$8995 813-240-7749
HONDA 2001 CRV-LX,
Auto, A/C, Full pwr,
cruise, tilt, 37K, new
tires keyless entry, exc
cond. $12,990 inci sales
tax. Pasco 727-504-1735
HUMMER 2003 H2, dark
red loaded, chrome,
14K mi. $43,900.
(813)477-0312

INFINITY 1999 QX4 Looks
ood, runs great. 93k mi,
Exc cond, clean. $12500
obo. 813-951-3806
Want Ads


63 port Utility
2 Vehicles
JEEP 1991 CHEROKEE
LAREDO 4X4 V6, new
tires, new brakes, no air,
runs great. $1,800 OBO.
Call 813-653-2116
JEEP 1993 Gr. Cherokee
Ltd. 5.2L V8, 4x4, Ithr.
Sony CD, tow pkg. 156K,
good cond. AC needs
work $3000,813-654-5637
JEEP 2000 Grand Chero-
kee Limited Edt. 4x4,
Lthr, Loaded, Ext War-
ranty, Showroom Cond.,
$12,960 -813-263-2867
JEEP 2002 LIBERTY LTD,
until 4dr RV'ers dream,
auto, fully loaded, V-6,
3.7L, 4wd, 28,550 mi,
white w/ grey Ithr, Blue
ox towing syst. w/tow
bar wiredfor break bud-
dy $17,250 727-434-6666
LAND ROVER 1999 Discov-
ery tan Ithr int., all pwr
CD, 1 owner, 72K mi, well
kept. As is $12,200 obo
813-760-7145
LAND ROVER 1999 DIS-
COVERY II, fully loaded,
great condition, only
5K miles asking
$15,500.813-669-1011
LEXUS 1999 RX300,
champagne, 61K mi.
very good cond. all
records avail. $18,900
obo. 727-596-4031
LEXUS 2001 RX300 Fully
loaded, all pwr, extra
clean, CD, keyless entry,
Ithr, low miles, $21,600
813-514-1808
LINCOLN 2004 AVIATOR,
brand new, 3k mi, white,
Ithr int, wood grain,
loaded! $33,500 serious
inq only 813-294-2245
You'll find value buys ad-
vertised in classified
NISSAN 1997 Pathfinder
XE Auto, AC, All Power,
Cruise, CD, 89k mi, Mi-
nor Damage. First $4500
takes it. 813-748-7716
NISSAN 1999 Pathfinder
XE silver 64K mi., CD
player, alloy whis, all
pwr, looks & runs great.
$12,475.813-477-2343
NISSAN 1999
PATHFINDER, 2 WD, blk,
auto, AM/FM/CD cass,
Ithr sunroof, 80K mi.
$10,500 obo.
813-991-1762
TOYOTA 2002 SEQUOIA
SR5,V8, pwrpkg, tinted,
A/C, rear A/C, lthr seats,
alloys Silver, 60K mi.
$21,950 Call813-250-9753
TOYOTA 2003 Sequoia
SR5 Emerald Grn, Load-
ed, 35K Hwy Mi, DVD,
Snrf XM radio, Tow Pkg,
$26,600. 813-886-8264
TOYOTA 2004 Sequo.a
with 2,700 mi, Burgund,
Loaded, Auto., 2WD. 6
CyI., sell for payoff
($37,000), (813)
299-6955 '
I Scooters &
633 Mopeds

Scooter Brand New 2004
49 cc 4-Stroke, 45+
mph, Elec Start, color
choices! Only t825
Going Fast! 407-617-0330
SCOOTERS, New, elect. &
gas. All brands. Ninia's
75. Pocket Bikes $350.
Will beat any competi-
tors prices 813-728-6483
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BIGDOG 2003 Mastiff
pristine, 107cu In, S&,
6spd Baker, frwrd cont,
custom paint, 11k mi,
$23k 813-259-3461
BMW 1999 K1200RS, new
tires, heated grips, must
see! $7000.
gusbarbosa@msn.com
813-892-6336
BMW 2000 K12LT, 20K mi,
ext fact. warr. new tires
brakes, clutch, hiwy
pegs, htd grips, cruise
$8500 352-794-0410
HARLEY 1200, 75 Chop,
Paughco Frame Hard-
* tail, Rebuilt motor and
tranny. $5500 OBO.
ALSO 883 Sportster 2003,
$6500. OBO. Call Sparky
813-659-3981
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1992
FXRS-Conv. Good cond
forward controls, lots of
chrome & options. 15k
mi. $9500 813-991-0195
HARLEY 1996 SPORTSTER
883, great cond.
garaged kept, $5000
obo, 813-886-7924

HARLEY DAVIDSON 2001
Road King Very low mi,
Macuney carb, Harley
speedometer & tachom-
eter big bore kit, over
$6060 in options.
$16,250 813-994-3863
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2001
CUSTOM DEUCE, Chis-
Cruz Paint, chrome
everything, must see.
$25,000 obo 813-763-0420
HARLEY 2003 Road King
Anniversary. Gold Key
Pkg, like new 2000 mi.
$20,000.813-468-0049

HONDA 1998 CR250R Ex-
cellant Condition, 1-
owner, never raced.
$2,500.00 (813) 404-8124
HONDA 2003 CBR 954,
Yoshi pipe, includes all
access prot plan till
03/05, Bik/Titanium. Exc
Cond.$8900 361-2270


16351 Motorcycles I
SUZUKI 2000 KATANA
red, well maint, svc
rec's. Very Fast!!!. V&H
Pipe 600cc. Must Sell
$3200 OBO 813-244-7374
SUZUKI 2003 SV 650 645cc
sportbike, garaged, 4yr
warranty, 3000 mi,
$5000 obo, (813)
416-7588
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top i$. Will pick
up. Sales/!erv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
YAMAHA 2003 V STAR
1100 Classic. Black, 1800
mi., straight bars, stilet-
to seat all accessories.
$8300. 13-695-5531
6361 Golf Carts
GOLF CARS: 2000 Yamaha
$1200.2001 E-Z Go $1700
1987 E-Z Go Gas 4
passenger $2200 Call for
details 1-800-571-1644
GOLF CART, Humvee w/
8" lift kit & off road tires,
good for hunting or fun.
$4999 free delivery in
Florida! (352)585-7040
16371ATVs I
YAMAHA 2004 BLASTER
runs great starts on first
kick new pipe must sell
first $2500. (727)
422-0960
YAMAHA 2004 YFZ 450,
super clean, lots of ex-
tras, low hours. $ 6,000

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For Cars Running or Not!
We'll comepick it up!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535
VEHICLES WANTED!
CASH TODAY! Running
or not. Cars, Trucks &
Vans. Call 813-630-9201
or 813-960-9150
WE BUY CARS, trucks,
tow trucks, boats, RVs.
CASH TODAY! Any cond!
Free removal. Top $$
Call 813-963-5508 ASAP
WE BUY junk Cars,
Trucks, Vans Buses &
Semi's. 813-784-8339 or
813-741-3000
Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
BUICK 1970 Skylark
Custom V8-350 PS/PB,
A/C, all stock, fact.
mags, runs great, bod
straight. Needs paint &
some int. work.
$2400 obo 863/644-8625
or (863) 738-5655
CADILLAC 1976 El Dorado
Conv, White w/ white
leather, too many new
parts to list, $4200.
813-754-6799
Dodge 1966 Charger, Ext.
comply. Black Needs int.
restore. 361 V8, 72K orig
mi. Runs perfect $4500
obo. 813-681-2410
DODGE 1970 Dart GT-2 dr,
Original 340 motor.
Custom paint Asking
$21,000 obo. For more
info 352-597-7849
FORD 1950 2dr Custom,
flathead V8, runs/drives
good. Body good shape.
FL car clean title. $4200
(352) 569-1177 Iv msg.
MERCEDES 1970 220D,
diesel $2,500
813-949-1632

OLDS 1970 442 all orig,
beautiful cond! Hardtop
455 cu in engine $30,000
Call Sam 813-248-5545
Plymouth 1976 Duster 6
cyl., auto, PS, PBA/C,
runs good, solid body,
mag wheels. $2,00.
813-661-4481; 842-4758








24x30x9 Enc. concrete
slab 36" dr & 2 7x8 ga-
rage doors Inst. $10,800
813-788-3501 713-2333
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I1 Automobiles
649 For Sale

Acura 1996 2.5TL 89k
miles, blk w/tan leather
int., premium pkg, load-
ed sroof, great cond.
$7999 obo 813-741-1868
Acura 1997 Integra: 62K
mi, auto, PW, PL,
CD/Cass, sunroof,
alarm, exc. cond. $7,506
obo. Call 813-263-2261.
ACURA 2002 RSX Type S,
silver w/blk Ithr, 6 spd,
17k miles, spoiler tint,
1yr. left on manu3 warr,
$18,500.813-334-4644
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649 For Sale

Audi 2003 A6, 2.7 Twin
Turbo, 17k mi, 6spd
manl. 8 spkr Boss, Fully
loaded. 6yr100k mi wty,
2yr 50K mi free main.
$34,500K813-758-1207
BMW 1997 318is Exc.
cond., auto, Arctic sil-
ver, new tires. Car fax
avail. Must sell. $6800
obo. 813-244-8398
BMW 1999 3231S 76k,
White, 2DR, Auto 6 Cyl,
Sunroof Ithr cd, 1 own-
er, Flawless $15,995 obo
(813) 453-1980
BMW 2000 740i, Black,
74K mi., sport package.
Call (813)299-3000

BMW 2002 M3 Convert-
ible, SIvr/Blk Ithr, SMG,
NAV, Harmon Kardon, 6
CD, Xenon, 8,900 mi.,
orig. owner, garaged,
perfect. 100K warr.
$51,900.813-245-9639
BMW 2004 330C1 Convert-
able, Grey w/black top,
sport pkg Xenon lights,
6 spd 14k mi. $45,000.
863-577-1951
BMW 740il M 1995 Have
you driven an "M"?
Beautiful powerful,
Dark BI, Grey leather,
gr8 condition, 71k mi.,
$19,000. Moving, prefer
to sell(727) 441-4803
BUICK 1991 Park Ave. 4dr
auto all pwr, clean,
good cond. $2000.
813-238-9263

BUICK 1995 Roadmaster
Wagon, 7 pass, Cold AC,
1 owner, V8, 109,500 mi
runs/looks greai. $5800
813-205-2394
Cadillac 1990 DeVille,
baby blue, AC, cd, cell
phone mount with
speaker, good tires,
looks great, runs great.
$2500 813-885-7378
CADILLAC 1996 DeVille,
Champagne, W/Cream
nt. Low Miles, 1 Owner,
Mint, 2 Yr Warranty
Trnsfrbl $7,400
813-920-1939
CADILLAC 1997 DeVille
D'Elegance, only 66k mi,
clean, tan Ithr, a solute-
ly brand new, exc cond
$8500 obo 813-598-5918
CADILLAC 1997 Sedan
Deville Northstar
Engine, 71k mi, good
condition, asking 8900.
813-866-5367

CAMERO01988 IROC
Convertible, extra clean,
runs excellent, $4200
obo 813-264-6540
CHEVY 1993 Baretta, Red,
2 door sunroof,
am/fm/CD, air, new
brakes, $1200 obo.
813-571-3822
CHEVY MONTECARLO
1999 sip SHOWCAR 44k,
20 INCH SPINNERS, Al-
pine everything,
2TV's/DVD,SLPpeform-
ance kit 2 much 2list, U
WILL GET NOTICED!
Make offer 352-686-9462
CHEVY 2000 Impala auto,
fully loaded, new tires &
brakes, 64K mi, garaged,
senior owned non smkr.
$6500.813-716-2589
CHEVY 2002 CAVALIER,
cold AC, 51K miles,
cruise, CD, P/W,P/B, tilt
wheel, good cond.
$6800. 813-416-1925
CHEVY 2003 MALIBU 9K
mi. auto, 4dr AC, CD, all
pwr, cruise, factory war-
ranty. Excellent cond.
$7950 OBO 813-380-1410
CHEVY 2004 IMPALA
$13,900 obo
Low mi., Loaded, 1 owner,
fact warr. 813-833-2733
Chevy 2004 Impala STD,
6000 mi, grey w/ grey
int, PW, PL. $15,500.
Please call 813-545-9383
CHRYSLER 1999 LHS,
white 4dr sedan, pwr
wind A doors, clean 47k
mi, good cond $7500
813-258-9653
CHRYSLER 2001 PT Cruis-
er fully loaded, moon
roof, standard shift, 58K
mi. very nice! $8999.
ban: 813-926-2555
CHRYSLER PT Cruiser,
Custom "Woody" exc.
maint./all records, low
miles! Must see. $13,950
obo. 813-220-2525
CORVETTE 1985,
Red
$5000 OBO, As Is
Call 813-545-6813
CORVETTE 2003 Z06 22k
miles, convertible, over
$12k in conversion, fac
warranty $45k
(813)299-8388
DAEWOO 2002 NUBRIA
silver4dr,a/c auto, PW,
dual airbag, fact warr,
26K mi. Exc cond. $3956
obo 813-766-7186
Datsun 1978 280 Z, 2+2, 6
cylinder, 5 speed, AC,
runs great $1800 obo
813-985-8923, or cell#
863-899-0278
DODGE 1994 VIPER 26k
orig. mi., red, Cal. car.
Perfect! $39,950 obo.
941-708-0443

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49 For Sale
DODGE 2000 Stratus, 4 dr,
17K actual mi. Looks,
runs & drives exception-
al Exc gas mileage.
$6250 obo 727-422-8692
FORD 1987 T-BIRD, auto,
V-6, A/C, runs needs
work $750 obo
813-661-9328
FORD 1990 MUSTANG GT
5.0 Conv, 25th Year,
120,000 miles $2100.00
obo. 813-641-7095
FORD 1993 MUSTANG
Cony, auto, loaded, only
51k mi, runs like new,
needs minor body work
& ac. $3500 727-543-6463
FORD 1994 Crown Victo-
ria 57k mi, V8,190hp,au-
to, AC, white, light acci-
dent damage bent door,
drives well CD/stereo.
$1700 813-389-0169
FORD 1998 WINDSTAR
93 000 mi, Loaded, Ex-
cellent condition, T'ran
Auto, 2WD,6 CyL6,40l
OBO (813)949-2663
FORD 1999 ESCORT SE
67,000 mi, Blue, Sedan,
Auto., 2 WD 4 Cyl.
$4,500, (813) 972-1676

FORD 2001 ESCORT ZX2
Sport, black, all power, 1
owner, 53K miles good
condition, $6,0060. Call
0 813-382-11063
FORD 2001 MustangGT
4.6L 5spd, Dk RedTan
Lthr, 35K, Garaged, New
Tires, Exc Cond In/Out,
$14,200obo 727-224-7442
FORD 2001 Taurus Station
Wagon SES, 41K mi,
Wh?, exc cond 9500.
813-964-0084

FORD 2002 FOCUS ZTS, 4
dr Sedan, AT, PW, PDL,
CD, cruise, keyless, 24K,
exc. cond.,. bright red,
$10,500.813-907-2330
FORD 2004 TAURUS SE
$11,900
Low mi., Loaded, 1 ownr,
fact warr. 813-833-2733
Honda 1991 Civic Hatch-
back, 4 spd, original
owner, good condition,
runs great, no ac, $975.
813-239-1221
Honda 1996 Accord LX,
auto V6, 2.7 liter, fully
loaded, leather, sun-
roof white, exc cond.
$7460 obo 813-299-1382
Honda 2000 Civic EX,
auto,fully loaded AC,
cd, ABS, sec sys, 40k mi'
green. $12,500
813-892-7742
Honda 2001 Civic EX, 4 dr,
34k mi, blue, sunroof,
full power. AM/FM/CD,
Good condition. $7900
obo 813-748-7716
HONDA 2002 Accord EX,
4dr Leather Rear Spoil-
er, Loaded, Sunroof, Al-
um Allows, 31K $16,500
813-277-4313 948-0378
HONDA 2003 Accord, 4dr,
5 spd, white, immac,
49Kmi window tint.
MUST SELL! $19 750 obo
813-334-0093
HONDA 2003 Civic Hybrid,
13k mi, silver/blue col-
or, all options CD, 48 inm
per gallon. $17,500 obo.
813-662-2498
HYUNDAI 1996 ELANTRA,
89K miles, cold ac, 4 cyl,
4spd, good cond, interi-
like new, $1895 cash or
obo.813-763-4515
INFINITI 1999 045, silver
mint cond. all opts, 16"
Bugatti rims, must see!
$12,900 obo. (727)
822-8670 727-656-7874
Jaguar 2000 XK8, Convt.
25K, British Racing
Green Lthr int., prem.
sound, exc cond.
$39,900.813-389-3688
Lexus 1993 SC300, 93K mi,
heated Ithr seats per-
fect cond. inside & out.
Loaded wall pwr opts.
$8900.e813-758-1207
LEXUS 1999 ES300,4 door,
48K mi., excellent
condition.
$17,500
(813)949-3855
LEXUS 1999 ES300, V6,
auto, all power, sunroof,
leather, alarm CD chgr.
64Kmi.$14,906.
813-657-0441 625-3716
Lincoln 1989 Towncar,
well maintained, pwr
locks, 153k mi, ice cold
A/C, $2,395
813-886-9595
Lincoln 1999 Towncar
Signature, loaded
w/leather, low miles,
Looks Great! $9,900.
813-961-4692; 787-5103
Lincoln 2000 LS V8, Auto,
perfect cond, fully load-
ed, sunroof, dark green
tan int, low mi, $16,500
obo. 813-625-0563
MAZDA 1991626 4dr auto
w/ air, pw, clean, exc.
cond. $1500.
813-238-9263

MAZDA 1993 MX-3 Manu-
al, New Tires and
Breaks, AC, CD, Runs
great. 130K mi, $1,800
(813)362-5369
MAZDA 1993 MX3, 5spd,
cold AC, AM/FM stereo
cass. tint custom whs,
$1950 obo. 813-833-5012
or 863-712-3301


Automobiles
649 For Sale

MAZDA 1994 626 LX,
clean, auto, A/C, w,
sunroof, 4 dr, excellent
condition. $2,500.
813-915-0802 748-9918
MAZDA 2001 MILLENIA 6
cyl, auto, CD, sunrf, 54K
mi, alarm burg/tan Ithr.
Must Sell. $1,900 obo
813-416-9179
MERCEDES 1984 300D
Turbo Diesel Sedan
Good Car $2500 (813)
671-0079

MERCEDES BENZ 1997
E420 4 dr Sedan, 87K mi.,
Exc. cond., 6 spkr Bose
CD/stereo $14,500.
727=455-5917
MERCEDES 1997 320SL
Cony, 89k mi, white, 2
new tops, loaded, 19"
AMG whis, exc cond!
$19,950 813-786-9902
MERCEDES 1998 300TD,
white/buck, sunroof,
loaded, 87K miles, exc
condition. $21000obo
813:962-7067/833-2227
MERCEDES 2001 SLK 320
sport white with two
tone int., clean 100k mile
warranty, 49k. miles,
priced $32,750.
813-690-0039.
Mercedes-Benz 2002
C240, 4 dr, 40K mi, white
w/ light grey int. Fully
loaded. $ 3, 50. Please
call 813-545-9383
MERCEDES 2002 S500,
White/Camel Ithr, fully
loaded, 100K mi warr,
39 500 mi. Exc cond
$52,900.813-508-5088
Mercedes 2004 CLK500
Cabriolet, silver/ash
leather, loaded, com-
mand system. MSRP
$67,975. Sell $62,500.
Call 904-543-9184
Mercedes 2004 SL55, sil-
ver/ash AMG leather,
fully equipped incl. pan-
oramic roof, only 1750
mi. MSRP $128,780, sell
$115,500.904-543-9184
MERCURY 1984 GRAND
Marquis, automatic, 67K
miles, all power, runs
great, new tires $1200
obo. 813-991-6756
MERCURY 1988 Grand
Marquis Runs very well,
2 new tires. $800
845-596-1776
MERCURY 1992 COUGAR
LS- PS, PB, PW, PL, AC,
tilt cruise runs good,
tinted windows 5 liter.
$650 813-610-5351
MITSUBISHI 1998 Eclipse
GS 5spd, 43K, teal, Ithr,
power window/mirror,
moonrf, AM/FM/CD
$8250obo 813-263-9434
Nissan 1989 240SX-
GREAT DEAL! Great A/C,
very good condition.
Take it away! $2,000
OBO. 813-404-8136
NISSAN 1995 ALTIMA
champagne, mint cond.
leather, sunroof, runs
great, $3900
813-363-3901
NISSAN 1996 MAXIMA 6
cyl, auto, ALL Power, cc,
air bags, abs sunroof,
Ithr, Bose CD/stereo;
NEW TIRES!, $7595 OBO,
813-624-8886/(813)
835-1616
NISSAN 1997 Maxima SE 5
speed, maroon, Bose,
sunroof, heated leather
seats, records carfax.
$8700.813-390-1833.
NISSAN 1998 Altima, 4 dr,
auto, CD plyr PW, PL,
PB, cruise, cool A/C, 88K
mi., airbags, Good cond.
$5200 OBO 813-662-5669
NISSAN 1999 MAXIMA
GXE. 76K mi with trans-
ferable warranty zero
deductible, mint cond.,
$9,500.813-310-3314
NISSAN 2003 350Z, pearl
white 3k mi, loaded, pwr
wind, CD, 70k mi warr
incl, exc cond $30,000
813-986-0762
OLDS 1989 Royale
Brougham. This car has
been sitting in the
family garage since the
family member died 2
yrs after car was
purchased. Whoever
gets this car is very
lucky. Asking $2800.
13-361-6555.2
PONTIAC 1988 Fiero GT
White, auto, great
shape, $4500 obo.
813-361-6579

PONTIAC 1994 Bonne-
ville 80k miles, runs
good, $1500obo.
813-881-1774
813-951-2965
PONTIAC 1997 Firebird
V6, 5 Spd, Black & Silver
Flames, AC, T-top CD
79K Mi, Ex Cond $530
813-891-1874 -966-7520
PONTIAC 1999 GRAND
PRIX SE, 1 owner, Ithr,
CD, 85K mi. Runs great!
$5000 obo. 813-601-5303

PORSCHE 1974 911 Targa
silver, EXC COND! $11k
VERY RARE!
813-855-2650;546-1865
PORSCHE 1983 911 S/C
Targa-Near perfect
condition! 57Kmi, all
records, Runs perfect.
$15,000.352-628-2711
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149 | Automobiles
For Sale
PORSCHE 1993 968, white
w/ blue interior, Tip-
tronic/auto, sunroof w/
2tops,exccond in & outdo
77k mi,air, Toyo tires, cd
player, factory alarm,
recent svc, an papers,
car is always garaged.
$16K. Ted, 727-736-2764
PORSCHE 1999 911 Car-
rera Arctic Silver, BIk
Full Lthr Factory Aero
Pkg, (GT3 look) Dig Snd,
18 Rims SS exhaust,
Rare Car! All service
done at Bert Smith,
Needs Nothing, 60K Mi,
Runs/Looks New!
$41,900 813-226-8630
SATURN 1993 SL2, very
clean 72K mi. Green,
A/C, CD, spoiler, great
cond. serious ing
$2,500 obo. 813-625-1397
SATURN 1997 SC1 52K mi
auto, purple (limited
ed), very clean, dealer
maintained $4,495 (813)
263-0679
SATURN 1997 SL2, cham-
pagne, 4 door, ice cold
AC auto. Mint cond.
$3650 813-363-3901

SATURN 1999 SL 57 000, 5
speed, 6l.ue,
Runs/Looks New. Exc
Gas Mileage $4,300 OBO
966-7780
TOYOTA 1991 Previa LE
alarm, all power, capt
chairs, new brakes, 2
sunroofs good cond,
$3000.813-960-0591
TOYOTA 1992 CAMRY LE
allpower, great A/C, CD,
134K mi., very good
condition. $2,600 obo.
Call 813-960-2470
TOYOTA 1996 CAMRY, full
power, like new, well
maintained et in and
go. ONLY 70K MILES.
$6,000.(813)685-9310
TOYOTA 1996 COROLLA 4
dr, blk, a/c, cd, runs
great, $2850 obo.
Marina 813-334-3668 or
758-8171
TOYOTA 1998 Camry LE,
auto, all pwr, CD, 1 own-
er, ex. cond. garage
kept mustsee92 $5900
813-973-1585:625-8779
TOYOTA 1998 CAMRY CE,
sand, auto, 4 cyl, 58,000
ml, power windows &
locks. Excellent condition
$7995.813-684-6617
TOYOTA 1999 CAMRY LE,
auto, gray w/ gray int,
cd al power options,
90K $5,900 obo.
813-991-1762
TOYOTA 2000 CELICA
73,000 mi, Silver hatch-
back 5 Speed, 2 WD, 4
Cyl. This add would have
cost 2K to list all op-
tions! Must see! (325)
829-2452
TOYOTA 2000 Solara SLE
pearl white, tan Ithr. 6
disc CD chgr, 52K mi.
mint cond. new tires
$12,700 813-963-5610
TOYOTA 2001 AVALON
XLS, blk, loaded, all pwr
like new, garaged, 1
owner $14,900
813-997-6689
TOYOTA 2002 CAMRY LE,
auto,32K mi, A/C, P/W,
AM/FM/CD, cruise exc
cond well maintained
$14,500. 813-598-7720,
909-4838 Laura
TOYOTA 2002 Sienna
Symphony all opt,
wnite, 23,500 mi., (ike
new. Won t last long at
$20,900.813-649-8124

VOLVO 1989 740GL
sunroof, pwr windows,
$1300 obo. 813-389-5189
817-8492
VOLVO 1994 850, mech.
sound, 150K mi. new
tires, auto, all power,
cold AC, hunter green
$2000 813-681-1977
VW 1987 uantum,gold
132k mi, A/FM radio &
CD, sunroof, fully load-
ed, elec windows, AC
$1250 obo. 664-1915.
VW 1996 Jetta GLS, 58K
mi., Good condition.
$5,000 OBO.
352-544-5938

VW 1999 BEETLE 49K mi,
$7,995. White/Black, 6
disk, soiler 5 spd, great
gas mileage!. Great
condition. (813)920-7911
VW 1999 PASSAT GLX
Family growing, buying
Van. Lthr V6 disc CD,
mud flaps brk Green,
Sedan AT, $12,999,
832-368-2095

VW 2001 Jetta, 1.8 Turbo,
5Spd, Blue Metalic Lthr,
Sunroof, Heated Seats,
Only 17,800 miles!
$12,700 -813-225-4183
VW2003 Beetle GL, 25k mi
all power, AC, white, tilt
cruise, ext warr, exc
cond. Loaded! Mustgo!
$12,500. 813-248-206
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