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Title: The courier
Uniform Title: Courier (Plant City, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Courier (Plant City, Fla.)
Publisher: Sunbelt Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Plant City Fla
Publication Date: July 15, 2004
Copyright Date: 2004
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Subject: Newspapers -- Plant City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Plant City
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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE


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THURSDAY, JULY 15, 2004 SERVING PLANT CITY,.FLORIDA


COMMUNITY PROFILE


in the
NEWS


A genealogical inves-
tigation results in the
discovery of Plant
City's first and only
police officer killed
in the line of duty.
PAmE 4


(OMMISSION
The city commission
votes to change
addresses in Walden
Lake East.
PAGE I


FROMNY


means weekends
in the country for
Rebecca Klein.
PAGE 9


INDEX


CALENDAR
PAGE 3

CLASSIFIED
PAGE 22
CROSSWORD
PAGE 21
FAMILY LIVING
PAGE 8
SPORTS
PAGE 19


WORSHIP
PAGE 11


TONY MARRERO/Siia photos
Photographer Bud Lee, shown above sitting by the window of his room at Community Convalescent Center with one of his favorite
Nikons, hopes he'll gain enough mobility to go on shooting trips again.


Picture of Patience


Renowned artist and photographer Bud Lee considers his future
nearly a year after a debilitating stroke.


ByTONYMARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Paul Wilborn wasn't the first
person to take a trip with pho-
tographer Bud Lee and he
wasn't the last.
It was the 1980s and Wil-
born, a former newspaper
reporter and now the creative
industries manager for the city
of Tampa, had befriended Lee
during a time when Lee was
helping a burgeoning art scene
take root in Ybor City. They
took off on what Wilbom
called "a wacky tour of Flor-
ida," Lee shooting all the time.
"He was taking pictures like


crazy. Every 20 miriutes he'd
see something and stop," Wil-
born said. "I decided one of
the most wonderful and mad-
dening things you can do is go
on a trip with Bud."
Lee sold many of the photos
from that expedition to maga-
zines. Trips such as that one
typify Lee, friends say: Always
on the go, always thinking
about the next image to cap-
ture, always contemplating
the next project.
Some two decades later, Lee
is in Plant City's Community
Convalescent Center recover-
See PICTURE, Page 15


Lee works on
a watercolor
painting with
his right
hand. Friends
and family
say they are
encouraged
by the return
of Lee's
desire to
create. "It's
like therapy
for me," Lee
said.


IN THE TRIBUNE
Here's a preview of
what you'll find in
The Tampa Tribune's
Plant City section
Saturday:
[] The Hillsborough
County School Board
is ready to hand over
a piece of Plant City's
history the 72-year-
old Turkey Creek High
School for a future
county public library.


BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT


Businessman Buys Operating Rights At Plant City Airport


NEW OWNER
PLANS EXPANSION
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
An Atlanta-based businessman
has purchased the rights to
manage and operate the Plant
City Airport and has set his sights


on modest expansion and a
renewal of flying interests.
Stanley Pure, 54, purchased
the airport July 1 from Dave
Mitchell, the fixed base operator
at the airport since 1991. Mitchell
will stay on to help operate the
facility and train the new man-
agement team until they are all
up to speed.
"I have been looking for a


general aviation airport to oper-
ate for about four years," Pure
said. "God has been good to me.
My wife (Stephanie) and I are
fortunate. We have five wonder-
ful children, two are still in school
and the others are helping to run
the family business. Being able to
purchase the operating rights at
this airport is truly a dream come
true."


"I have had a long and mostly
enjoyable run at the airport,"
Mitchell said. "But it is time for
me to do other things. If I was a
younger man I would stay on.
The challenges in operating a
small airport are not impossible
to deal with. It is just time to turn
it over to some new and younger
See AIRPORT, Page 18


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CALENDAR

SATURDAY
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 Hillsborough
Community College's
Plant Citv campus. 1206
N. Park Road.
Parents or guardians
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 required.
Call: 754-4444.

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 fundraiser 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 organ-
ist for the Roaring '20s
Pizza Parlor in Ellenton.
Tickets are $10 each and
may be purchased at the
Orange Blossom Tea
Room or at the door. Pro-
ceeds go toward the reno-
vation of the Plant City
Cornerstone Center.

Car show
The Plant City Chamber
of Commerce hosts the
Strawberry Classic Car
Show in downtown near
McCall Park on the third
Saturday of every month
from 4 to 9 p.m.
See CALENDAR, Page 18


City To Change Addresses In Walden Lake East


CITE SAFETY CONCERNS
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
City commissioners voted
unanimously Monday night to
change the street designations
and numbers on about 300
homes in Walden Lake East.
After a public hearing
allowed residents of East Wal-
den Lake to voice their divided
views on the pros and cons of
the proposed change, there
was ample discussion on both
sides of the issue.
Commissioners agreed that
the safety concerns regarding
emergency responses to
homes warranted the change.
In his recommendation to
the commissioners, City
Manager David Sollenberger
asked that the changes be
approved and they be put in
place by Oct. 1.
"The city has been asked to
consider these changes by
Hillsborough County 911, the
U.S. Postal Service, Plant City
Fire Rescue and the police
department," Sollenberger
said. "Due to the use of multi-
ple directionals (north, south,
east and west) on many of the
streets in that neighborhood,
there are duplicate street
numbers and names, street
numbers out of sequence and
some odd and even numbers
on the same side of the
street."
Some of the dissenting
opinion was based on more


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Plant City Fire Chief of Operations Bill Bowers speaks before the city commission June 12 regard-
ing the confusion concerning street designations and numbers on about 300 homes in Walden
Lake East. Commissioners voted unanimously to make changes to the community's address
system.


than inconvenience and
change.
East Walden Lake resident
Connie Buyens spoke on the
danger of making the matter
worse.
"The actions being pro-
posed by the city are not being
done based on any legal action
or mandate," Buyens said.
"The fact that the numbers are
a little confusing doesn't jus-
tify a change of this magnitude


in a neighborhood that has
been established for almost 30
years."
Buyens is concerned that
things could get even more
confusing by rushing into a
change without careful atten-
tion.
"One of the agencies (to be
notified regarding the
changes) is the Hillsborough
County Property (Appraiser),
who has already made changes


to about 50 of the 150
addresses that are to be
assigned a new number."
Buyens, whose husband,
David, is a freelance photogra-
pher for The Courier, pointed
out that errors have already
occurred regarding the
address changes. Some Web
sites for Hillsborough County
reflect changes that have not

See WALDEN, Page 5


'HOPES TRUTH WILL

COME OUT'
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
City officials are waiting for further
information concerning the arrest of a
longtime employee Richard "Cal" Cal-
houn, the city's recreation and parks
director, before changing his status from
paid leave to some other classification.
"You have to assume innocence over
guilt," said City Manager David Sollen-
berger. "Until we are given more definitive
facts to go on we will continue Cal's status
of paid administrative leave."


Calhoun, 55, is married and has six
children. He has worked in the recreation
department since 1981. Calhoun surren-
dered to Tampa police
SJuly 8. He was booked
Into the Hillsborough
County's Falkenburg Jail,
and released on $3,000
bail.
,;' The charges, all felon-
ies, are related to a rela-
tionship Calhoun has had
Calhoun with a 17-year-old Tampa
boy whom he befriended
seven years ago.
Calhoun is charged with giving obscene
material to a minor, lewd and lascivious
act with a minor and performing an


unlawful sexual act with a minor. The
name of the victim has been withheld
from public record due to his age.
"Cal asked me for a meeting last Thurs-
day morning," Sollenberger. "He told me
that there were charges being brought
against him, and that he was going to sur-
render to Tampa Police. He told me that
he had e-mailed the boy picture jokes in
the past, using his home computer. That
is when Cal was put on paid leave until
the case becomes more clear."
Sollenberger said he was taken by sur-
prise by the accusations.
"Cal was very upset with the allega-
tions," Sollenberger said. "He seemed
See ABUSE, Page 17


Recreation Director Faces Sexual Abuse Charges


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Members of the Red Hat Society of the Meadows at Countrywood gather before a recent luncheon at the Ramada Inn's Red Rose dining room. The group is comprised
of more than 110 women who gather for fellowship and sport red hats and purple outfits.


Around


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Bob Edwards, center, behind his wife, Patt, celebrated his 75th birthday
July 2 with family and friends at the First United Methodist Church's
Wesley Centre, a facility he helped bring to fruition.


Photos courtesy Shannon Mitchell
Above left, the Plant City Charter Chapter of the American Business Women's Association recently installed its new executive board of officers for 2004-05. Officers
are, from left: Jodi Smith, president; Lizzette Sarria, treasurer; Shannon Mitchell, immediate past-president; Courtney Paat, vice president, programs; Janet Sears, vice
president, membership; and Tracy Cox, secretary. Above right, the association's education chairwoman Beth Tancredo, left, congratulates the chapter's Plant City
High School scholarship winner, Maria Ortiz, at the ABWA's June meeting. The chapter also awarded scholarships to Jenifer Cowart, also of Plant City High School,
and Brittney Saranko and Roxana Rojas, both of Durant High School. Each received a $1,000 scholarship to the college, university or technical school of their choice.


Research Changes Citys History


HISTORICAL SOCIETY IDENTIFIES
FIRST OFFICER KILLED ON DUTY
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Finally, history has been set straight.
Almost 93 years ago, on Dec. 16, 1911, Robert
E. Yates died from a gunshot wound he received
while chasing a man through swampland near
Sunnyside farm, about two miles from the city.
The story could have ended there, but early
this year Grace Yates Patterson, a distant rela-
tive, tried with the help of other genealogists to
determine if Yates was a Plant City police offi-
cer killed in the line of duty.
"She wanted to see if Mr. Yates was eligible
for mention in the National Law Enforcement
Officers Memorial registry of fallen officers, a


list showing men and women killed in the line
of duty," said Brenda Inlow, a Volunteer at the
East Hillsborough Historical Society.
Patterson, tracing her ancestry through pub-
lic records and genealogy sites on the Internet,
contacted David Boyett, a police chief in Bro-
ward County.
"Dave Boyett sent me an e-mail asking me to
see what I could find about the Yates killing in
the old Couriers that we have stored at the 1914
High School," Inlow said.
Inlow spent hours going through The Cou-
rier files. The editions are not copied on micro-
film, but the historic society has in protective
storage the originals from those years. Afraid of
damaging some of the more fragile originals,
Inlow hand copied some old accounts of the
Yates shooting and contacted Plant City Police
See HISTORY, Page 20


Doug Lane, the
cemetery
foreman for the
city, stands in
Oaklawn
Cemetery off
North Wheeler
Street near the
grave site of
Robert E. Yates,
the recently
discovered first
and only Plant
City police
officer to be
killed in the line
of duty. Yates
was shot while
chasing a
suspect and
died Dec. 16,
1911.


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo


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JULY 15, 2004 1I COU IER 5


POLICE BEAT

Hit and run
Plant City police are seeking information
that could help them find the driver in a hit and
run accident that killed a 51-year-old Plant City
man.
Leonard Michael Walker, 51, of 901 W. John-


WALDEN
Continued From Page 3
been approved, with street numbers changed
but directionals still in place, which differs
from the plan espoused by city officials.
"I believe the confusion at the property
appraiser's office will highlight the magnitude
of the problems the city is proposing to create
for us," Buyens said.
During the public hearing Kevin Howe, the
senior manager of the county streets and
addresses 911 administration, police Capt.
Darrell Wilson, Fire Chief Bill Bowers and a
representative of the postal service recom-
mended that the changes should be made.
The comments of one resident concerning
quick response by emergency vehicles were


son Road, was riding a bicycle south on the
2900 block of Jim Redman Parkway on July 10
at about 2:30 a.m. when he was struck from
behind by an unknown vehicle. Walker was
killed instantly by the collision, which occurred
in the right hand lane.
Anyone who has information concerning the
accident, or who saw Walker prior to the crash,
is asked to contact Officer Chad Rader at the
Plant City Police Department, at 757-9200.




echoed by Mayor Mike Sparkman.
"If these changes save one life then all the
inconvenience will be worth it," Sparkman
said.
In other action, the commissioners:
Approved a public hearing for July 26
regarding the proposed condemnation and
demolition of property at 909 W. Warren St.,
and the demolition and removal of property at
404 S. Faison St.
Approved a mutual aid agreement between
the Plant City and Tampa police departments.
Declared the week of July 19-23 as Plant
City Firefighter Appreciation Week.


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SA en I turned on my
\/\1 television last week to
V V put the day's news in
perspective before beginning
my work, I was surprised to
witness a segment featuring a
man whose dog prepared
canvases of abstract "art"
which he then sold for about
$1,500 each.
The story was interrupted
for a "breaking news" item
(not really, something can't
be choreographed and
breaking at the same time);
presidential hopeful John
Kerry and his entourage broke
through a line of trees and
into a pasture like a hiking
party stumbling onto a
bucolic meadow.
They were all smiling and
laughing, slapping one
another on the back. It was as
if the cameras had caught
them paparazzi with
network news cameras -
making their way to a family
picnic.
Kerry introduced his.
running mate John Edwards.
Both men said nice things
about one another, both
spouses made complemen-
tary statements about the
men and both families posed
for pictures.
Peter Jennings of ABC News.
described the event as
political theater, and his
observation reminded me


DEREK
MAUL
Columnist


that much of what we see and
hear regarding the race for the
White House over the next
four months will essentially
be as newsworthy as the dog
scratching his piece of oiled
canvas back at the "Good
Morning America" studio,
which is where the show
finally wound up right after all
the good-looking rich people
slipped back into the woods.
What I want us to promise
one another this summer is
that we will make the effort to
be shrewd consumers of
information. I want us to
pledge the full weight of our
intellect and our discernment
to the task of sorting theater
from fact, sound bite from
sound thinking, posturing
from position, distortion from
See MAUL, Page 7


JEFF GREENSPON BELIEVES

IN PUBLIC SERVICE

... BOTH ON AND OFF THE JOB


Jeff Greenspon spends his days
at a computer as a management
systems analyst for the County's
Purchasing Department. After
work, he also serves the public, but
on a more personal basis.
Jeff is a leader of a Red Cross
disaster action team. When there's
a tragedy, a house fire for ex-
ample, his team is called in to
assess essential personal needs,
such as housing, clothing, or food.
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making a living: it's much
more satisfying and reward-
ing when we put in the effort
required to earn it ourselves.
Contrary to what you will
hear in some pulpits, God
does not cultivate political
alliances with any particular
party.
What God does wish to
nurture, however, is an
ongoing allegiance with the
hearts and the minds of his
children.
Our intellects were created
to be used, not placed in dry
storage. We have this oppor-
tunity, every day of our lives
and particularly during the
political "silly season" we are
now entering. We have the
imperative to apply the
considerable gifts we have
been given to the problems,
the possibilities, and the
future of this great land.
Indeed, it is our duty, as
stewards of this freedom.

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


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8 THE COURIER JULY 15, 2004


FA I LY _LI J N G


BETTY'S PLACE


WEDDINGS


Hayes-Jackson
Chris Edward Jackson and
Chastity Dionne Hayes were
married June 21 at the Candle-
light Wedding Chapel in Las
Vegas.
The ceremony was per-
formed by Jean-Claude Che-
malane.
The bride is the daughter of
David Parker and Elsie Hayes.
She is a 1993 graduate of
Plant City High School, and is
employed as a patient access
services coordinator.
The groom is the son of the
late Johnnie Mae Jackson. He
is a 1993 graduate of Plant City
High School and works as a
raw material operator.
Following a wedding trip to
Las Vegas, the couple is at
home in Plant City.


Special to The Courier
Michael "Eric" Foret, right, donates his time, money and plane to help transport patients in need.
He is shown with his uncle Eric Foret.



An Angel On The Wing


An angel in flight that's
Michael "Eric" Foret's forte.
Eric, 30, has been involved
in Angel Flight Southeast, a
non-profit, voluntary pilot
organization, for about six
months, using his own plane
and fuel to offer free air
transportation to distant
medical facilities for patients
in need.
The Leesburg organization
was formed about 1982, when
the American Medical
Support Flight Team realized
how specialized medicine had
become, and how expensive it
was to transport people in
need of special care outside
their community.
The late Mary Webb of Lake
Wales recruited her fellow
pilots, members of the "99s,"
named in memory of Amelia


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist

Earhart. What started out as a
few dozen missions a year
and few dozen pilots has
skyrocketed and now Angel
Flight SE covers South
Carolina, Georgia, Alabama
and Mississippi, as well as


'Bye, Bye Birdie'
Plant City Entertainment continues its run of
"Bye, Bye Birdie" July 16-17 and July 23-24 at 8
p.m. and July 18 at 2 p.m. in the auditorium of
Hillsborough Community 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.

Summer band camp
Plant City High School Band will host
summer band camp for incoming freshmen
and returning band students July 19-28 from 9
a.m. to 6 p.m. at Plant City High School, 1
Raider Place.
There also will be a meet and greet for
incoming freshmen and returning band stu-
dents July 18 at 2:30 p.m. at Family Bowl.
Call: Matthew Green, 757-9370, or Karen,
759-0469.

'Chicago'
Plant City Children's Theatre will present
"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.


Florida.
Eric, a computer
programmer/consultant, lives
in Plant City, but works in St.
Louis, which gives him only
weekends for his volunteer
work. He became interested
in flying through the Young
Eagles, a national Chuck
Yeager experimental air
group, whose goal was to fly
one million kids free by
aviation's 100-year anniver-
sary.
The goal was accom-
plished, and Eric looked for
more ways to use his pilot
skills and satisfy his generous
heart.
"I fly mostly patients who
need treatment for cancer,
burns or transplants," he said.

See BRIGGS, Page 14


New YMCA offerings
The Plant City Family YMCA offers the fol-
lowing:
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 program members. Max-
imum 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.
Call: 757-6677.

Blood drives
Florida Blood Services plans the following
blood drives:
Woodbridge Apartments, 1500 Plantation
Grove Court, July 17, 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Superbrand/Winn-Dixie, 3304 Sydney
Road, July 19, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Wal-Mart, 2602 James Redman Parkway,
July 23, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
First Baptist Church, 503 N. Palmer St., July
.28, 5 to 8 p.m.
Alcoa, Extruded Construction, 1650 Alumax
Drive, July 30, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Hope Lutheran Church, 2001 N. Park Road,
Aug. 1, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Albertson's Distribution Center, Aug. 5 9
a.m. to 2 p.m.

See ROUNDUP, Page 16


Chastity and Chris Jackson


ANNIVERSARIES


Calvin and Donna Streetman

ENGAGEMENTS


Damron-Layton
Daniel Damron and
Michelle Perez announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Kristen Nicole Damron, to
Thomas Rainey Layton. He is
the son of Ronald and Coresa
Layton of Lakeland.
The bride-elect is a 2000
graduate of Plant City High
School and attends Hills-
borough Community College.
The prospective groom is a
2000 graduate of Plant City
High School.
A Nov. 6 wedding is planned
at 5:30 p.m. at Florida State
Fairgrounds.


Streetman 50th anniversary
Calvin and Donna Street-
man will celebrate their 50th
wedding anniversary July 17 at
a private party hosted by their
family and friends at Turkey
Creek Assembly of God.
They were married July 15,
1954, in Valrico.
Both Calvin and the former
Donna Hood were born in
Durant and are lifelong resi-
dents of the area.
Mike is retired from the
Tampa Electric Co., and
Donna worked for Hills-
borough County.
They have a son, Brad of
Lithia; a daughter, Jan of Lake-
land; five grandchildren and a
great-grandchild.


Kristen Damron and Thomas
Layton


CLUB NOTES


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.

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.

Improvement League
The Improvement League
of Plant City meets the third
Wednesday of the month at
the Improvement League
Center, 1109 S. Gibbs St.
Call: 757-6760.


COMMUNITY ROUNDUP






JULY 15,2004 THE COURIER 9


FROM NEW YORK



Summer In The City


In most towns in the
summer, folks generally like
to hang around their houses
on Saturday and Sundays
relaxing, watching sports, or
catching up on yard work. But
in New York City the heat of
summer is our signal to leave
our homes and go.
We depart in all directions,
for the ocean, to the country,
lakes, rivers and woods. Itjs a
unique phenomenon. Liter-
ally foreign, much like they do
in Paris and Rome where, like
Manhattan, summer is the
only time leaving early on
Friday or even taking a few
weeks off is the norm.
Because in a hard-working
town like ours, getting away is
about more than just having
fun. We do it because we have
to. If we didn't we'd have to


BECKIE
KLEIN
Columnist


leave the city for good. So,
many New Yorkers rent, share
and eventually own a summer
home.
Over the past 10 years, my
husband and I have tried
almost every configuration of


the summer getaway, from
the beaches of Long Island to
the backwoods of the Catskills
to lakes in Upstate New York
and Connecticut. Then about
five years ago we were invited
by close friends to their small
summerhouse in Upstate
New York on a lake few
people know exists (a near
impossibility these days).
The secret to its anonymity
lies in the complexity of its
name, which magically leaves
most minds the moment it
touches the ears. (So, you see,
there's really no point in my
saying it).
We ended up renting a little
gray house on the water there
for four glorious summers.
And each Friday afternoon,
we would leave New York
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To advertise your church in our Churclh Directory, please call Sue Sheiton at 752-3113.


ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Dover: S. Domer Rd & Don ing S,.
659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
.41len Chapel: 1109 F. laura St.
'52- 389
Mount Olire: 1113 It. Madison _t
Mount Olive: Horton Rd.
73--2628
APOSTOLIC
Asamblea. Iposlolica:
1501 Colson Rd. "3"-3496
Apostolic Church
of esus Christ:
1212 W. Revnolds. 47'-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
.bundant Life: Pinecrest Rd.
Lilhla, 685-4240
Belhany: 9804 Harney Rd.
Thonolosassa. 986-57"I
Calrary Fellowship:
1110 N. Gordon St. 752-5005
Dorer First: SR 5"i & Pettle Rd.
689-0343
Faith Temple: I-- at
Hillsborough-Polk Counit.
line, "52-0532
Faith Lighthouse:
3409 SR 39 N. 752-1885
First Plant City:
Charlie Griffin Rd,
WofSR 39 S, 752-3351
FortAlafla: Corner of South
Hwy. 39 & Swilley Rd, 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
Alafia Baptist:
222 .Iafla Church Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd, 737-3240
Berea: SR 39 S, 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 Are. 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: McIntosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd, 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 W Washington St. 754-6661
First Baptist Church of
Midway: Midway Rd, 752-7209


First Baptist litha:
Intersection of SR 39 &
I ithia-Pinecrest Rd, 737-1121
First Plant City:
503 N. Palmer, 752-4104
First Thonotosassa Missionary:
M.clntosh Rd, 986-4756
Harmony Baptist Church:
6008 W. Knights Griffin Rd,
986-7165'
Hopewell: SR 39S, 737-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Hwy,
752-4972
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
"52-2006
Lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd,
'54-5278
Mount Moriah Freewill:
Warren &Johnson St, 754-4397
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W. Ball St,
754-3834-
New Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
Nenw M. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., "52-3985
Northside:
I 00 N. Franklin St, 752-2779
Oakuwood: .4Airport Rd, 752-5499
Plant City Primitive:
509 N. Evers St, 754-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-2556
Shiloh: W. Terrace Dr, 754-7445
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road,
754-4879
St. Luke Missionary:
108 S. Warnell St, 754-4992
St. Mary's Freewill:
Hunter & Warren St, 754-6853
St. Mary Missionary:
1804 S.R. 60E., 737-3668
St. Mary's Primitive Baptist
Church: 907 E. Laura St,
754-1616
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek, Community
Baptist Church:
5447 S. Turkey Creek Rd,
737-1224
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Westside: 2503 W. Granfleld Ave,
752-1450
Whitehurst Rd:
901 N. Whiteburst Rd, 754-5405
CATHOLIC
St. Clement: 1104 N. Alexander St,
752-8251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder Rd,
752-2771
Cork: Cork Road, 752-1521
Laura St: 1310 E. Laura St,
752-2858
Springhead: Wiggins Rd,
754-1485
CHRISTIAN
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,
752-5385
CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian:
McIntosh Rd, N of SR 5'4
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E. laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn.
Calvary Community:
5209 Smilh-Rrals Rd
Dover: Downing St. 659-2900
Plant Citr: 2103 MIudlake Rd.


"52-4591
Turkey Creek: Turkey Creek Rd
at SR 60, 737-1331
Thonotosassa:
1702 N. Taylor Rd, 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson, Indiana)
Kingsway First: 2808 Kinsway
N., Seffner, 657-7500
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
713 Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St,
752-6438
Gospel Tabernacle:
Allen & Haines St
EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
752-5061
HOLINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 W: Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
728 It. Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Restoration Assembly:
106 S. Frers St.
Evangelists forJesus
Tabernacle:
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Growth Center:
1310 N. Shannon, 719-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 E. TomlinSt, 754-1133
Deeper Life Fellowship:
Covilla Rd, W of SR 39 N.
Revival Outreach Center:
225 N. Dover Rd, 681-2250
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:
3202 N. Maryland Ave, 752-
3345
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church offesus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, 752-6364
LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd,
752-4622
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064
NAZARENE
Wagoner Memorial:
2402 Mud Lake Rd, 752-7863
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Calvary Chapel of Plant City:
2102 N. Park Rd, 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
W. McLin Ave.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffner Elementary
School, 657-7914
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. 764-0929
Greater Love Christian Center:
1109 N. Franklin St, 759-8270
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 F. Hilsborough .-re.
"54-26"-1
I'nity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St. 659-2624
1ouman's Praise and Worship
Center: 1.S. 92 E
ORTHODOX
11oly Protection likrainlan
Orthodox Church: 3820 Moores
lake Rd. Dover, 659-0123


PENTECOSTAL
Christian Life Assembly:
3120 S. Miller Rd., 657-4802
Living Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. Evers St, 759-0528
New Hope Worship Center:
803 VI flahoner St. 757-6123
New life Temple Pentecostal
Church of God:
3301 Clemons Rd, "54-7088
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dover: Moore's Lake &
Holiness Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the Living God:
1102 Tyler St, 754-5840
PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant City:
1 107 Charlie Griffin Rd, 759-9383
First Presbyterian Plant City:
404 i. Reynolds St, '52-4211
SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk with God Ministry:
15140 SR 574, Dover, 659-0930
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant City: 2203 Strawberry Dr,
752-4694
SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W.Johnson Rd,
754-5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.,
Valrico, 685-0998
UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W. Sam Allen Rd,
"54-3233
Dover First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415
First Plant City: 303 N. Evers St,
754-3519
Grace: 1801 E. Cherry St,
659-3718
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr,
754-2441
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman
Rd. 752-5751
St. Luke: 809 E. laura St,
'57-6051
Thonotosassa: Fort King Huy
at Mistletoe Dr, 986-7135
Trinity Plant City: 402 W.
English St, 52-9316


St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil
Mass:
5pm English

Sunday Masses
7am & 10:30am English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish

1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
(Off 1-4, Exit 21 South)
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Women's Day program
St. Mary's Community
Church, 907 E. Laura St., will
present its annual'Women's
Day program July 18.
Guest speaker at the 11 a.m.
worship will be evangelist
Leslie Bickers. Guest speaker
at the 4 p.m. worship will be
missionary Rosa Thomas.
Sunday school will be at 9:
30 a.m. Call: 754-1616.
Southern Gospel concert
Wagoner Memorial Church
of the Nazarene, 2402 Mud
Lake Road, will present a
Southern gospel concert
featuring Don and Jadene
Boot of Boot Gospel Minis-
tries on July 18 at 10:35 a.m.


Call: 752-7863.
'Living Water' in concert
"Living Water," a youth
praise band, will perform July
18 at 6:30 p.m. at Sydney
Baptist Church, 1410 Cre
Road in Sydney. Refresh-
ments will follow the concert.
Call: 659-1502 or 754-6974.
Cedar Grove homecoming
Cedar Grove Baptist
Church, 8201 Cedar Grove
Church Road, will celebrate
its 97th homecoming July 25.
Sunday School begins at 9:
45 a.m., with song service and
worship at 10:15. Ron Coram
will bring the sermon, and
lunch will follow in the


fellowship hall.
Call: 737-1234.
Lord of Life events
Lord of Life Lutheran
Church, 2104 Mud Lake Road
offers the following events in
July:
Summer worship sched-
ule: July 18, adult education
hour at 8:30 a.m., monthly
contemporary worship 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.
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7863.
Grace United Methodist
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sports-themed vacation Bible
school July 21-23 from 6 to 8:
30 p.m. Children in grades
kindergarten through 12 are
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games, skits, crafts, activities
and snacks. Call: Jim or Ann,
752-4316, or leave a message
at 659-3718.
Lord of Life Lutheran

IN LOVING MEMORY OF
FREDDIE BAXTER
November 28, 1947 July 19, 2003
It's been a year since you left us
so suddenly. There are no words to
explain how much we miss you.
You were always so full of life and
brought smiles to everyone you came
in contact with. There is not a day that
goes by that we don't think about you.
It's so hard to go on with our lives
without you here, but your memory
will live on forever.
Your Loving Family.


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.
Call: 752-6064.

Breakthrough Youth Ministry
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DEATHS


Bradley
William W. Bradley, 56, of Mulberry
died July 2.
He was a longtime resident of Mul-
berry, was a U.S. Navy veteran of the
Vietnam War and worked in computer
technology.
He is survived by four brothers,
Madison H. Jr. of Texas, Ralph of Plant
City, Joe of Lakeland and James; and
two sisters, Martha Fairbrother of
Temple Terrace and Mary Louis of
Knoxville, Tenn.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Brower
Teresa A. Brower, 41, of Tampa died
July 2.
She was born in Lakeland and was a
lifelong resident of the area.
. She is survived by many uncles,
aunts, nephews, nieces and cousins.


Wells Memorial Funeral Home.
Chappell
Arminta A. Chappell, 82, died July 3.
She was born in Aline, Pa., and
moved here in 1973.
She was a homemaker and a Chris-
tian.
She is survived by four sons, Wilbert
of Mount Pleasant Mills, Pa., Donald of
Selinsgrove, Pa., David of Plant City
and Jeffrey of Lakeland; three daugh-
ters, Carlene Magill of Bloomsburg,
Pa., Joyce Guffy of Mifflinburg, Pa., and
Marsha Boles of Plant City; 19 grand-
children; 23 great-grandchildren; and
eight great-great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home ..
Coutts
Dorothy V. Coutts, 66, of Dover died
July 3.


She was born in Truman, Ark., and' She is survived by a son, Stephen M.
came here from Illinois 32 years ago. Goff of Sebring; a daughter, Jennifer
She was a homemaker and an -, Goff-Charlson of Sebring; a brother,
evangelist for Jesus Pentecostal of Leonard Miller of Cleveland, Tenn.;
Dover. and two sisters, Laura Epperson of
She is survived by her husband, Lakeland and Cynthia Floyd of Plant
Herman: three sons, Robert Plummer, City.
Jeffrey Plummer and Russell Plummer, Scott Funeral Home, Lake Placid.
all .of Plant City: a daughter, Linda
Sands of Plant Ciry; a stepdaughter, Doan
Sheila;, a brother, Willie G. Coker of Stephanie Doan, infant daughter of
Arkansas; 12 grandchildren; and a Triet and Virginia Martinez Doan of
great-grandchild. Plant City, died July 1 of Plant City.
Haught Funeral Home. She is survived by a brother, Carlos
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formerly of Plant.City, died June 27.
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and was a retired overland truck
driver.
She was a Protestant.


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Dolores S. Henderson, 86, of Lithia
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BRIGGS
Continued From Page 8
"Sometimes commercial
service just isn't affordable for
some that's where volun-
teers like me come in."
Eric is not the only pilot in
Plant City working with Angel
Flight SE. Mac Scott and
Robin Cooper are in the same
hanger at Plant City Airport
and they also donate their
time, money and plane to
help people in need.
Angel Flight's demand for
services is expected to triple in
the next five years. Though $1.5
million worth of fuel and pilot
services were donated last year,
there are mission operations,
such as $40,000 in long
distance phone calls coordinat-
ing the services, legal expenses,
state of the art computer/
Internet systems, public
education, and screening and
certification of all pilots.
For these costs, the
organization depends on
charitable donations and
non-profits like the Dr. P.
Phillips Foundation, Henry L.
& Kathryn Mills Charity
Foundation, and the Taylor
Family Foundation to keep it
flying.
For more information, call
the organization's hotline at
1-800-352-4256.


Love cures people, both the
ones who give it and the ones
who receive it sounds like
the perfect marriage or friend-
ship to me. I think Lu and Bill
Haskett would agree.
July 14 was happy 60th
anniversary to Dr. William
Haskett and wife, Lu. The
couple married in Cherryvale,
Kan., in 1944 and moved to
Plant City in 1974 from


Kalamazoo, Mich.
Bill is retired from Asgrow
Seed Co., a subsidiary of
Upjohn Pharmaceutical Co.
He belongs to Kiwanis and the
Masonic Lodge. Lu belongs to
the Pink Lady Auxiliary and
sings in the choir of the First
Presbyterian Church. The
couple is active in the Ameri-
can Cancer Society, Walden
Lake Golf and Country Club
and serves as elders at their
church.
Their daughters, Carol
Shepard of West Palm Beach
and Barbara Ripple (along
with Barbara's husband,
Richard, and their son,
Stephen) of Tampa will help
celebrate July 18 at noon at
First Presbyterian Church.


2nd Lt. Ryan Pless, a Plant
City native and son of Nell
and Terry Swilley, will enjoy a
three-week vacation in his
hometown beginning July 27.
Pless, assigned to the
Army's 1st Armored Division
in Baghdad, has seen action
in Al Kut, Najaf, Diwaniyah
and Kufa. He was credited
with saving the lives of several
of the men in his tank pla-
toon.
His sister, Stacee, said he
graduated from Plant City
High School and magna cum
laude from the University of
South Florida before his
commission into the Army.
His wife, Jennifer, and his
children, Olivia and Gage,
who are in Friedburg, Ger-
many, and his Plant City
family, including identical
twin brother, Garrett, anxi-
ously await his return home.

I await your news. Send
items to gabylee@aol.com or
mail them to The Courier, c/o
Betty Briggs, 101 N. Wheeler
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Special to The Courier
Above, 2nd Lt. Ryan Pless of
Plant City has seen action in
Iraq with the Army's 1st
Armored Division. He will
enjoy a three-week vacation
in his hometown beginning
July 27. At left, happy 60th
anniversary to Dr. William
Haskett and his wife, Lu,
shown then and now.


DEATHS


Continued From Page 12
She was born in Florence, S.C., and
was a longtime resident of Lithia.
She was a retired nurse, and volun-
teered at South Florida Baptist Hospital
Auxiliary.
She was a charter member of the
Auxiliary for the Baptist Hospital in
Miami.
She is survived by two sons, Dwight
and Wes; three daughters, Nadine
Gentry, Yvonne Varnum and Irene; 11
grandchildren, and 13 great-grand-
children.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Hull
R. Don Hull, 66, of Plant City died
July 5.
,/ He was born in Hopewell and was a
lifelong resident of the area.
He was a fourth generation citrus
grower in Hopewell.
He is survived by his father Roy of
Plant City; a son, Tom of Plant City; a
daughter, Dottie Miller of Dover;
brother James H. "Jim" Hull of Plant
City; and four grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Jeffries
Edgar M. Jeffries, 65, of Plant City
died July 1.
He was born in Dover and was a life-
long resident of the area.
He was a construction laborer and a
Baptist.
He is survived by a brother, Grady Jr.
of Seffner; two half-brothers, Ray
Miller of Tampa and Dennis Miller of
Wisconsin; a sister, Betty Jo English of
Tampa; and several nephews and
nieces.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.


Kuzmickas
Virginia Blanton Kuzmickas, 78, of
Orlando died June 27.
She was born in Alexandria, Va., and
was a former longtime resident of
Plant City.
She was a homemaker, and daughter
of the late D.J. and Donna Faulkner, a
pioneer family who settled in Hills-
borough County.
She was a lifetime member of Beta
Sigma Phi and a former member of
Plant City Garden Club.
She is survived by three daughters,
Donna A. VanSlambrook of Memphis,
Tenn., Cheryl Batchelor of Alexandria,
Va., and Stacey O'Donovan of Savan-
nah, Ga.; a first cousin, Lorraine Brown
of Lithia; and six grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

McClelland
George W. McClelland, 85, of Lake-
land died July 3.
He was born in Winter Haven and
was a lifelong resident of the area.
He was a U.S. Army veteran of World
War II and worked as a grove care-
taker.
He is survived by a son, James G. of
Plant City; six daughters, Nona Pierce,
Nancy Groff and Georgia, all of Lake-
land, Mora Lee Corbitt of Auburndale
and Sandra Espy of Arkansas; a step-
daughter, Susan Foster of Lakeland;
nine grandchildren; and four great-
grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Miley
Stephen A. Miley, 23, of North Fort
Myers died July 3.
He was a lifelong resident of North


Fort Myers and was a marine diesel
mechanic.
He enjoyed fishing and working on
his cars.
He is survived by his parents, Steve
and Donna; a brother, Greg of North
Fort Myers; paternal grandmother
Leota Miley and her husband, Richard,
of Plant City; maternal grandparents
Bob and Maggie Judge of North Fort
Myers; an uncle, John Judge of Lehigh
Acres; two aunts, Mary Beth Allen of
Fort Myers and Elaine Judge of North
Fort Myers; four cousins, and his girl-
friend, Ashley Bruner of North Fort
Myers.
North Fort Myers Memorial Funeral
Home.

Moore
Winnie R. Moore, 72, of Plant City
died May 29.
-She was born in Macon, Ga. and was
a longtime resident of the Plant City
area.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by her husband, Lan-
gford; two sons, Keith E. of Mary Esther
and Richard M. of Plant City; a
daughter, Ellen Sellers of Plant City; a
brother, John F. Adkinson of Juliette,
Ga.; and four grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Prince
Robert L. "Bobby" Prince, 49, of
Plant City died July 5.
He was born in Brevard, N.C., and
was a bridge construction laborer for
F&M Concrete.
He is survived by two daughters,
Leigh A. and Erin I., both of Plant City;
his mother, Martha Tew of Plant City; a


brother, James Jr. of Dover; four sis-
ters, Glenda Hoxit and Ann Hoxit, both
of Plant City, Yolanda Sutliff of Lake-
land and Mary Ellen Ford of Alabama.
Haught Funeral Home.

Shrader
Betty Raye Shrader, 69, of Fernan-
dina Beach, formerly of Plant City, died
July 6.
She was born in Williston and was a
former resident of the Plant City area.
She was a homemaker and a
seamstress.
She is survived by her mother, Sadie
Taylor of Chassahowitzka; son Levoy
of Plant City; two daughters, Wanda
Nehring of Lakeland and Dorethea
Adam of Fernandina Beach; two broth-
ers, James Taylor of Chassahowitzka
and Carl Taylor of Homosassa; three
sisters, Jeafl West of Chassahowitzka,
Annette Chouinard of Fort Lauderdale;
and Sherrie Burtz of Plant City; six
grandchildren; and 11 great grandchil-
dren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Tomlinson
Johnnie L. Tomlinson, 68, of Tampa
died July 7.
He was born in Dover and was a life-
long resident of the area.
He was a U.S. Army veteran, a fore-
man with CSX Railroad and Baptist.
He is survived by his wife Barbara;
three sons, Rick of Thonotosassa, Chris
of Wesley Chapel and Ben of Tampa; a
daughter, Cathy Linares of Tampa; a
sister, Betty Davidson of Lakeland;
nine grandchildren and three great
grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.










PICTURE
Continued From Page 1
ing from a massive stroke, and
it has by all accounts been a
difficult year as he tries to
adjust to life half-paralyzed
and dependent on others.
But friends, family and Lee
himself say they try to focus on
the positive. Though medical
bills are mounting and Lee is
going stir crazy, the goal is to
make him physically stronger
and more mobile.
With mobility could come a
little more independence -
and maybe even the ability to
shoot again.
"He's got to have it in his
mind that he's able to do it, or
he's going to give up," said
Sergio Waksman, Lee's long-
time friend and agent who is
working to catalog and market
hundreds of thousands of
Lee's images. "And once he
gives up, it's a slow death."

The sun of Tampa's
art solar system
Lee never thought he would
be a photographer.
His father was a diplomat,
and Lee spent years during his
boyhood in Peru and Argen-
tina. He loved to paint, won
lots of art contests and
dreamed of making it as an
illustrator in the fashion of
Norman Rockwell and Coby
Whitmore.
"My favorite people were
my art teachers," he recalled
But then he picked up a
camera while serving in the
U.S. Army in Germany in 1963.
Two years later he was
awarded the title of Military
Photographer of the Year. By
his early 30s his photos had
landed spots in magazines
such as Rolling Stone, Esquire
and even on the cover of Life
Magazine.
"It's just strange how your
life works out," Lee said this
week as he lay in his bed at the
convalescent center.
Stars such as the Bee Gees,
the Rolling Stones and Rich-
ard Dreyfus found themselves
in front of Lee's lens. He also
photographed Martin Luther
King Jr. and followed Jimmy
Carter's presidential cam-
paign.
He became known for a
simple, stark style that caught
people in their element, such
as his famous shot of Clayton
Moore as the Lone Ranger
drawing a gun at his reflection
in a mirror.
Lee came to Florida in 1976
to take the first "artist in
schools" spot in Hillsborough
County, which according to
Lee also was the first in the
state of Florida. He settled in
Plant City, a place he recalls
falling in love with immedi-
ately. It was a drastic and
welcome change after years in
New York City.
"I loved the small-town
atmosphere," he said.
He met Peggy Laseter
during a visit to what was then
Plant City's Marshall Junior
High. Suddenly, Lee added
one more favorite art teacher
to his list.
Peggy wasn't initially so
enamored.
"I couldn't stand him, actu-
ally," she said. "I thought he
was the biggest space cadet in
the world."
But the district paired them
to work together, and Peggy
realized Bud's first impression
that day wasn't the real Bud at
all. She found him interesting.


Photos courtesy Sergio Waksman
Lee's love of everyday people shows in the many photos he took around the state of Florida.


Many stars, including a young Mick Jagger, found themselves
behind Lee's lens. Friend and agent Sergio Waksman hopes to
market the hundreds of thousands of Lee's images.


And she was taken by the way
he interacted with the stu-
dents.
"He's one of those really
open people and he accepts
everybody," Peggy said. "He's
enthusiastic about kids' art-
work. When he sees some-
thing in their work he gives
110 percent."
The couple have four chil-
dren: Thomas, 27, twins Parker
and Steckley, 26, and Char-
lotte, 23.
Thomas, an aspiring film-
maker who lives in New York,
said his childhood home was
like a huge art studio.
"We were not punished for
drawing on the walls," he said.
"Some fathers were teaching
their son's how to throw a
football. I taught my dad how
to throw a football. In turn, he
taught me about photography
and filmmaking in particular."
Meanwhile, Bud Lee was
quickly becoming, as Wilborn
put it, the "sun of the art solar
system of the arts in Tampa."
Before Ybor City was a bastion
of clubs, bars and boutiques, it
was an artists' enclave where
Lee had a studio and orga-
nized parties and exhibits.
"It was pretty squalid," Wil-
born said of Ybor at the time,
"but it was a great scene
because it had real authentic-
ity to it, a real cast of charac-
ters, and Bud was really at the
heart of that."
Lee, along with Wilborn and
Tampa artist David Audet, col-
laborated to create the Artists
and Writers Ball in 1977. It


would evolve into Guava-
ween.
"It was like an alternative to
Gasparilla," Lee said. "It was
bringing Ybor to life."
Though the school district
cut back on the artist in
schools program, Lee contin-
ued to work in the schools.
And he continued his free-
lance photography work.
He was working on an
assignment for The Weekly
Planet last year when his life
changed forever.

A screeching halt
from 90 mph
Before the stroke, Peggy Lee
said her husband had two
speeds: "He was either going
90 miles an hour or he was
asleep. There was no in bet-
ween," she said.
One day last August, Bud
was on his way to a Lakeland
photo lab to develop shots for
the Planet's Best of the Bay
edition. He stopped for lunch
at a Popeye's and began to feel
strange. A friend of Peggy's
who ran into Bud in the res-
taurant called her to say her
husband didn't look right.
They all rushed to Lakeland
Regional Medical Center. It
had been a stroke that left Bud
temporarily paralyzed on his
left side, but he quickly
regained all movement, and
so doctors told Peggy they
would forgo treating him with
the a "clotbuster" drug. The
drug can be dangerous, they
told her, and should be used


only for more serious strokes.
At 5 a.m. the next morning
doctors called to say Bud had
either had an extension of the
first stroke or another, more
serious one that left him once
again paralyzed on his left side
and partially blind in his left
eye.
Nearly one year later, Bud's
condition has changed little.
After leaving the hospital,
Lee moved to Community
Convalescent Center. It wasn't
ideal, Peggy said, but the
center was a provider for the
family's insurance company.
The Lees praised the staff at
the center. But it has been dif-
ficult for a Type A personality
to adjust to a life of virtual
helplessness. He needs help
with virtually every aspect of
everyday life; staff use a
electric lift to move Lee from
bed to wheelchair and back.
Once a tall, well-built man,
Lee has dropped from 238 to
196 pounds.
"It's tough for anyone who
knows him because he's
always been a man on the
move," son Thomas said. "I
don't think he ever stopped
working."
Besides the feeling of
helplessness, the boredom is
almost maddening, said Lee,
who described the past year as
"an eternity." Frequent visits
from friends such as Paul
Cerny help, he said. And Lee
has picked up the paintbrush
again to create simple but col-
orful watercolor paintings.
One day this week, Lee
dipped a fine brush into a cup
of water and spread vibrant
lines down a page in his
sketchbook with his right
hand while his left arm sat
limply in his lap.
"I have no idea if this any
good, but it's like therapy for
me," he said.

The future
Meanwhile, the family is
coping with a battle with the
insurance company.
"Everything is like pulling
teeth," Peggy said. "They're
always, 'Very sorry and we'd
love to help but ...' and that
kind of thing. At. this point,
(coverage) is pretty much
nonexistent."
Insurance covers doctor
visits to the center, but the


JULY 15, 2004 THE COURIER 15


family is bearing the brunt of
most costs on their own. Bud
is on a long list of medications
and Peggy estimates their out
of pocket expenses are about
$6,000 per month.
The couple mortgaged their
house, which was paid for, to
make ends meet. Requests for
help from the Department of
Veterans Affairs have come up
empty because Peggy has too
much saved for retirement to
qualify.
A benefit auction held
earlier this year raised about
$25,000 and helped a great
deal, Peggy said. But the
money went fast. The family
has hired an attorney to fight
for Medicaid benefits. If
successful, that would likely
pay for much of their costs,
Peggy said.
Also, Waksman is optimistic
that Bud's vast collection of
photos can be marketed and
become income for the
family.
"I'm trying to get Bud an
agent that will handle his work
in much larger markets, where
there will be more money to
spend on his material," Wak-
sman said.
Bud is eager to try water
therapy. But the Community
Convalescent doesn't have a
pool and there aren't any
facilities with a pool in Plant
City. Transporting back and
forth to a pool would be
expensive, and to move him to
a facility out of Plant City
would make it hard logistically
and more difficult for friends
and family to visit, Peggy said.
Peggy, who once thought
her husband would be home
by last Christmas, is realistic
about her husband's future. If
he doesn't get better, he may
not come home, she said,
because he would need more
round-the-clock care than she
can give him.
Still, the goal is to make him
stronger. That, coupled with
an electric wheelchair, could
make moving around much
easier. That could help him
get back into the classroom to
work alongside the burgeon-
ing artists he loves so much,
he said.
Lynn Norton, director of
education for the Hillsborough
County Arts Council who met
Lee more than 25 years ago,
said she would love to see
that.
"We would hire him," she
said. "Absolutely. Bud has a
great ability to help students
be creative and allowed for
their best creative processes to
come out."
Cerny and Lee have visions
of going off on shooting
assignments, even if they are
much briefer than the long
road trips they took in past.
Lee took a camera to his nie-
ce's wedding recently and,
using his good hand, snapped
photos there.
"He's aggressive," Cerny
said. "That's what's going to
save him. He'll be able to get
up and do things. People will
be surprised."
Despite the frustration and
disappointment, Lee still is
philosophical about his life
and sees the positive in it:
"The best thing that ever hap-
pened to me was having my
kids," he said.
Still, he said, he longs for
some sort of career.
"I'm hoping it's not over,"
he said. "There are a lot of
things I want to do, a lot of
places I haven't been."






16 1 THE COURIERP JULY 15,2004.


KLEIN
Continued From Page 9
City, drive the short distance
north to our place, and walk 84
steps down the property's steep
incline, which continued deep
into the waters beneath our dock.
We cooked and read and slept.
We paddled to our friends', and
they to us, for lunches and
dinners, to hang out on each
other's dock and jump, arms
spread, onto rafts like we were 5
again.
We had hoped to buy a house
there, but places are hard to
come by. We joked that we could
wait until the old guy five houses
down fell off his dock. Then one
day, to our horror, he did. With a
brick tied to his ankle riddled
with grief over his long-deceased
wife. He was a reclusive old soul
with probably a lifetime of happy
memories withered by recent
years of sadness. And there stood
empty his lovely little house,
which the lawyer settling the
estate wasted no time in buying.
And so East Coast real estate
stories go. But those four sum-
mers whet our appetite for lake
living. So this past summer we let
go, moved on and bought a
house on another lake.
It's a good house. And, though
different from any place we've
been, our reasons for going are


still the same.
On a recent visit to New York
from Plant City, my sister joined
my husband and me on a picnic
at a friend's country house in
New Paltz. After a two-hour drive
from the city, we pulled up a long
dirt road to an old, white saltbox
home with a huge wraparound
porch set deep in the woods. His
wife, a fashionably conscious
Manhattan business woman
Monday through Friday, greeted
us barefoot with a baby on her
hip and 2-year-old clinging to
one thigh. Our friend, relaxed
and contented with barbecue
tongs in hand, waved hello to us
from the grill.
That afternoon, 20 or so guests
from the city ate a hardy summer
fare on the porch and lawn while
kids ran around and dogs,
including my own, snuck food
from under the table, rolled in
mud and, well, acted like dogs.
And my sister couldn't help but
observe that without the contrast
of our city life, we might not fully
appreciate how very good this
was. Over ice cream, our host
confided to me that she was
spending less and less time in the
city and thinking of shifting the
balance the other way. I nodded
and considered her closest
neighbor a mile off in the
distance.
I have warmed to our new
summerhouse, which is on a lake
in Connecticut, and love putter-


ing around it on the weekends.
We don't do anything out of the
ordinary there. Which, I guess, is
the point. We go for walks, eat
together and with friends, swim,
read and watch TV. It's a nice
life. But I'm not quite ready to
trade it for my life in the city just
yet. Though sometimes I think
about why people, like me, leave
their small hometowns for the
thrust of big city life only to work
hard and save money so they can
one day buy a home in the
country.
Then I remember it's not really
all that simple. That life, no
matter where you live, is really
just one big balancing act.
So, after a few quiet days in the
county, the traffic and crowds of
New York feel invigorating. Our
small loft doesn't close in on me.
We look forward to going to our
favorite restaurant. For today,
the contrast of a slow, easy
weekend gives me the fresh
perspective I need to face the city
come Monday morning.
And that's all I have to say
about that for now. Because it's
Friday and time for me to head
out.
Rebecca Klein is a former
Plant City resident and Straw-
berry Festival Queen who sends
along these monthly dispatches
from New York. She can be
reached at rebeccaklein@mind-
spring.com.


ROUNDUP
Continued From Page 8
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Bruton Memorial Library artist Jean Cellino.
Greater Plant City Chamber of Commerce art-
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Park Side Cafe photographer Roy Adams.
Orange Blossom Tea Room artist Jane
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Paso Fino Association artist Ange Bevlin.
The Plant City Courier/Tampa Tribune artists
Joyce Jordan, Lori Lynne Sutphin and Jossie de Q.
Azorin, acrylics.
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overwhelmed by the charges."
Jack Holland, the city's rec-
reation superintendent, will
assume Calhoun's duties until
further notice, Sollenberger
said.
"I don't know how this is
going to turn out," Calhoun
said Tuesday. "But I have done
nothing inappropriate with
this young man and I am
hopeful that the truth will
come out. During my career as
a recreation official with the
city, I have a long history of
helping children and working
with the youth in our commu-
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when kids come back to me,
years later, and say thank you
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"Those comments of appre-
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I have given over the last 25
years. Since these charges
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the outpouring of support
shown to me has been tre-
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called to give me their support
and best wishes. I can't ade-
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appreciation I have for theii
comments and support. I feel
confident that the truth will
come out."
A spokesman for the Hills-
borough County State Attor-
ney's Office said that formal
charges have not been filed,
and that "in cases involving
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Pure was educated as an accountant and
earned his master's in business administration
at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa. He has
been working at a family owned phone answer-
ing service company that he founded in 1980.
The company expanded along the East
Coast, prompting Pure to establish offices in
several locations. He owns homes in Atlanta
and Allentown, Pa.
Pure, himself a pilot, said many of the pilots
in general aviation would love to be a fixed base
operator.
"One of the selling points of this particular
airport is the continuous traffic of small plane
owners that visit the terminal, whether they are
coming in for service, based here or just stop-
ping by to say hello," Pure said.
Pure said he paid Mitchell "several hundreds
of thousands of dollars," plus the cost of five
planes used in the airport's flight school, in the
deal.
"I studied the numbers surrounding the
operation of the airport. They look fair and
accurate. My thought is that there is room to
grow here. No one is going to get rich, but I am
going to enjoy meeting everyone who uses the
airport and see if we can make it grow a little,"
Pure said.

Terrorism's effects subsiding
Among the requirements Pure had to meet
to purchase the airport operations license was
to provide the Hillsborough County Aviation
Authority, the owners of the airport property,
with financial information, including the
financial ability to operate the airport for three
months without income.
"That is what brought me to the decision to
sell my interests," Mitchell said. "When Sept.
11, 2001, came along, and the federal
government literally shut us down without
compensation or good reason, I never recov-
ered. It took the fun out of flying for me, and
negatively affected aviation in general. Insur-
ance rates went through the roof and restric-
tions were placed on small airports that make it
difficult to operate."
Pure said he thinks the initial effect of the
terrorists actions on Sept. 11 are subsiding. He
has shown the.aviation authority managers his
plan for operation and expansion at the local
field and expects their cooperation.
"The county has agreed to install 10 T hang-
ers (single plane) during the next few months. I
think we could fill 30 T hangers in three months
if they would allow them to be built," Pure said.
"General aviation airports in Zephyrhills and
other nearby communities have been aggres-
sive about expansion and are filling hangars as
fast as they can build them.
"This airport can sell itself," he said. "The


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Dave Mitchell, left, sold his interest as the
operator of the Plant City Airport to Stanley
Pure, a general aviation pilot and owner of
phone answering services in the eastern United
States. Mitchell will remain at the airport to
assist the new management team until they
are ready to operate the facility.

market is general aviation itself. Pilots will go
where they can to get good service and good
aviation related products."
His plan is to increase revenues at the airport
by offering on-site improvements to entice
pilots to drop in. Included in his plan is offering
radio equipment and other avionics equip-
ment for sale, an expansion of the flying school,
planes sales and a strong dose of customer
service.
"My goal is to improve the service given to
aviators who use the airport, and to do what
ever we can to encourage the pilots, and even
the non-flying public, to consider a visit to the
airport. We will work with the local experimen-
tal aircraft chapter to offer public outings were
we can share to love of general aviation.
Monthly activities would fine with me."
Starting July 12, the airport is open from 7
a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week, giving the
public an extra half-hour to get services from
the airport terminal.
"We want to get people back out to the air-
port. We want aviators to come out and fly,
families to become involved and student pilots
to come learn how to fly," Pure said.


CALENDAR
Continued From Page 3
The next show will be July
17.

Unity adds entertainment
to fundraiser
Unity in the Community, a
fundraising group whose
mission is to help feed Plant
City s
needy, has
added an
entertainer
to its con-
cession cafe
for the next
Strawberry
Classic Car
Show on
July 17.
Singer Black
Tres Black
will perform from 5 to 8.p.m.
at the Plant City Community
Bingo Hall, 105 Arden Mays
Blvd.
Black plays a variety of
music and will take requests.
A donation to Unity in the
Coinmunity will be accepted.
The group sells hot dogs,
Polish sausage, chips, cookies,
cakes and pie, and coffee, soda
and water. The cafe is open
from 5 to 9 p.m.
Call: 752-1275.

Blood drive
BloodNet USA will sponsor
a blood drive July 17 from 3 to
9:30 p.m. at the Strawberry
Classic Car Show, historic
downtown Plant City.

MONDAY
Traffic calming on Laurel Lane
Hillsborough County offi-
cials will host a public meeting
to discus'traffic calming along
Laurel Lane July 19 at 6:30
p.m. at Springhead Civic
Center, 3410 Nesmith Road.
A solution to reduce speed-
ing on Laurel Lane between
West Willow Drive and Cam-
phor Drive could be the
installation of speed humps. A
recommendation to the
county commission will be
based on input from the meet-
ing.
Call: Steve Valdez, 272-
5275.


WEDNESDAY
Putnam's rep to
meet constituents
A caseworker from the office
of U.S. Rep. Adam Putnamwill
be available to meet with con-
stituents of the 12th
Congressional District July 21
from 9:30 to 10 a.m. at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLen-
don St.
Constituents who are expe-
riencing problems with Social
Security, Medicare, Veterans
Affairs or other federal agen-
cies may meet with the case-
worker. Bring any written
information or documenta-
tion that will allow the case-
worker to provide assistance.
Others who wish to express
their views on any national
issues are also encouraged to
meet with the caseworker.
Call: (863) 534-3530.

PLAN AHEAD
Golf tourney benefits Habitat
Plant City Friends of Habitat
for Humanity plan its inaugu-
ral benefit golf tournament
July 24 at Plant City Golf Club,
3102 Coronet Road.
Registration and the range
open at 10 a.m., shotgun start
at 12:30 p.m. A chicken barbe-
cue dinner will follow with a
presentation of awards. The
fee of $50 per player includes
range balls, green fees with
cart, dinner and prizes.
Sponsorships on various
levels also are available.
Call: 239-2242.

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 26.

Bike Fest
The Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce hosts
its Bike Fest the first Saturday
of every month from 5 to 9
p.m. in and around McCall
Park. The next fest will be
August 7.


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SPORTS


Softballers Prepare



For Sectionals


SANSONE PARK PLAYS
SECTION 4 HOST
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
In intense Florida summer
heat, a two-a-day practice
schedule at 1 and 6 p.m. is not
going to go over well with any
athletes, regardless of age or
experience.
But that's what the 9- and
10-year-olds on the Plant City
Minor All-Star softball team
have been doing for several
weeks now -. and they're
loving every minute of it.
It's been fun all around for
the Minor girls, who along
with the Major (11-12) softball
team from Plant City Little
League won the District 4
championship last week at
Mike Sansone Park.
Both Plant City softball
teams play Saturday morning
at 11, competing in the Sec-
tion 4 tournament with a spot
in the state tournament at
stake. The format is double-
elimination rather than pool
play, and with only three
teams in the field and Plant
City getting a bye as the host -
only two victories are neces-
sary.
Andy Knotts, coach of the
Minor team, can't believe how
well things have come
together. It all began earlier in
the year when Knotts
assembled a talented bunch of
players and began entering
them in travel-ball tourna-
ments.
"We jumped into a lot of 10
-and-under tournaments, and
we won a few of them," he
said. "And with travel ball,
some of these teams are push-
ing the age rules to the limit. A
lot of teams, most of them
were 11 years old while we had
some girls that were 8 at the
time."
The experience showed last
week as Plant City was very
impressive in its two games to
close out the district title,
beating Lake Wales, 7-2 and
5-2. After a first-round bye,
Plant City ended up only
having to play two games.
Regan Knotts struck out 14
in the first game, and Ceci
Fussell, Stefonie Nelson and
Knotts led the hitting charge.
"They love it, that's the


thing," said Andy Knotts.
"They practice every day, we
practice at 1 and 6, and ever
since we started that I'd say
attendance has been 99 per
cent." -
Other members of the team
are Virginia Bochy, Kayla
Chandler, Maria Garcia,
Morgan Gmytrk, Emily God-
heim, Shayna Harmon and
Mackenzie McAvoy.
The minors will play Satur-
day against the Bloomingdale-
Dade City winner.
Bloomingdale eliminated
Plant City at sectionals last
year and promises to have
another strong team. If Plant
Citywins Saturday, it advances
straight to Monday night
needing just one win in two
chances to take the sectional
championship.
Looking to improve on last
year's showing will be the
Plant City Major team, which
won the sectional last year but
was eliminated by Naples at
the state tournament. Naples
went all the way to the World
Series, making it to the cham-
pionship game before losing
to Texas.
"We can't look past section-
als though," said Plant City
coach Tate Whatley. "Both
New Tampa and Blooming-
dale are very good. Blooming-
dale is always going to be our
nemesis. We've been lucky to
get by them the last couple of
times."
Whatley expected more of a
tough time at the district tour-
ney but his team crushed its
three opponents, outscoring
them 56-10. In last Wednes-
day's championship game
Plant City dropped Lake
Wales, 15-1.
"All 12 girls did the job. We
just hit the ball," he said. "Of
all those runs only six or seven
were on passed balls or walks.
That's what encourages me
most. I think overall this is the
best team we've had. They're
athletic, they have speed and,
most importantly, their chem-
istry is real good."
Plant City takes on the New
Tampa-Bloomingdale winner
on Saturday. New Tampa
meets Bloomingdale Friday at
7. The Friday and Saturday
losers meet in an elimination
game Sunday at 1, with that
winner needing to beat Satur-
day's winner twice.


Photo courtesy Plant City Bulldogs

Bulldogs go undefeated
The Plant City bulldogs Machine-Pitch All-Stars went undefeated to win the recent 22-team
Eagle Lake machine-pitch tournament. Front row: Caleb Gude, Jeff Goodrich, Josh Gude,
Heath Hanks, Timmy Wright and Dustin Lawson. Back row: Sponsor Mike McEnany, Cam
Townsend, McKenzie Griffin, Austin Lassiter, coach D.J. Brewington, coach Dave Townsend,
Austin Bruner and coach Steve Gude. Dustin Lawson was named offensive most valuable
player at the tournament.




PC Baseball Teams Reach District Finals


NONE REACH SECTIONALS
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Mike Sansone Park will be a hotbed for Little
League baseball and softball this weekend, as it
hosts all the Section 4 tournaments for all age
groups. Beginning Friday at 7 p.m. there will be
eight different tournaments going on at once.
Plant City will have two teams competing on
the softball fields, but missed out on qualifying
any of its baseball teams. Three of the teams -
Minor American, Major National and Junior
American reached their district finals but
came up short.
One true all-star that both Plant City Major
teams got a good look at, and who will be on
display this weekend, is North Lakeland's Troy
Owens. He almost singlehandedly prevented
Plant City from making it to the section tourna-
ment.
Both Plant City teams reached the final four
in Auburndale, along with North Lakeland and
Lake Wales. The Plant City American boys were
ousted despite outscoring their opposition 17-
2 and throwing two no-hitters.
Plant City American was eliminated 1-0 by
Lake Wales. Plant City nearly won it in the final
at-bat, when Ruben Garcia led off with a
double to the fence and eventually the bases
were loaded with one out. After a popout it
appeared that Mike Singletary might draw a


walk on a 3-0 pitch to tie the game, but it was
called a strike. He grounded out hard to the
shortstop to end the game. Plant City left 10 on
base.
The prior loss was to North Lakeland, in a
game PC American coach Tim Kip called "the
best little league game I have ever coached.
North Lakeland deserved to wiri the tourna-
ment." Owens, a hard-throwing right hander,
only allowed one hit; Kyle Madill provided the
single and walked four times.
Plant City's Ross Kip threw a no-hitter and
did not walk anyone. North Lakeland put four
balls in play, none of them leaving the infield.
The lone run scored after an error and two sac-
rifice bunts.
Owens went on to hurt the PC National team
as well. Both PC National and North Lakeland
won their halves of the Major bracket and in
their first clash, Brett Nizamoff threw a shutout
over six innings. But Owens came through with
a two-run homer in the seventh to win the
game.
In the next game, PC National beat Lake
Wales, 4-1, behind the pitching ofIan Mahwin-
ney. That forced a rematch with North Lake-
land and Owens, who again tossed a one-hitter
as his team won 5-0. Plant City's K'Shawn
Smith gave a gusty effort on the mound.
"Owens was the best pitcher I've ever seen.

See BASEBALL, Page 20


SPORTS BRIEFS


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
will hold a fundraiser, 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.

Valrico D-League
The Valrico Soccer Club will
host its final registration for
the fall developmental soccer
program July 24 from 9 a.m. to
noon at Keith Waller Park on
Sydney Dover Road.
Cost is $75 per player and
includes uniform, referee fees
and registration with the Flor-
ida Youth Soccer Association.
A parent or guardian with


identification must be present
to register children and bring
a copy of the child's birth cer-
tificate.
Practices start in late
August; games are played from
Sept. 11 to Nov. 13.
E-mail: valricodleague@y-
ahoo.com.

Valrico Soccer Club
players wanted
The Valrico Soccer Club
seeks enthusiastic and com-
mitted players for its under-10
girls and under-10 boys teams.


For girls team, call Karl or
Sharon Becker, 671-0344, or
e-mail vscgirlssoccer@ao-
l.com. For boys team, call Dan
Chappell, 677-5746, or e-mail
dchappe2@tampabay.rr.com.
Also, a few openings remain
for travel teams from U-8 to
U-14. Call or e-mail the Beck-
ers for information.
Information: www.valric-
osoccer.com.

Women's recreational league
Players Club Soccer offers a
See BRIEFS, Page 20





20 THE COURIER JULY 15, 2004


CLASS NOTES


BRIEFS


Nicely named
All-American Scholar
The U.S. Achievement Aca-
demy has announced that
Christian K. Nicely of Dover
has been named an All-Ameri-
can Scholar.
Nicely, who will attend
Blake high School in the fall,
was nominated by Sharon
Seabrooks, a guidance
counselor.
Nicely is is the son of Johnny
and Cathy Nicely and the
grandson of Johnny and
Nancy Nicely, all of Dover.

Eukovich to attend
Northeastern
Brittany Eukovich, a 2004
graduate of Durant High
School, has made plans to
attend Northeastern Univer-
sity in Boston.
Eukovich is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Euko-
vich.

Colding earns doctorate
Linda K. Colding of Orlando
has earned her doctorate in
public administration from
the University of Alabama.
A graduate of Plant City
High School, Colding attended
the University of Florida
where she earned a bachelor's

HISTORY
Continued From Page 4
Chief Bill McDaniel to tell him
what she had learned.
This opening to a story was
featured in The Plant City
Courier, Nov. 10, 1911:
"Plant City is in a fever of
excitement this morning and
men are gathered here and
there on the streets discussing
the awful details of this morn-
ing's tragedy which may cost
two men there lives."
The story Inlow discovered
shed light on the circum-
stances that led to the shoot-
ing, but Yates was referred to
as a night watchman in the
story, not as a member of the
Plant City Police Department.
A Plant City relative also was
unaware of those facts.
"We always thought Uncle
Bob was a night watchman,
nothing more," said Thomas
Yates, 71. "I have learned a lot
about my family that I never


Colding

gence officer,
stationed in


degree in
political
science as
well as her
commis -
sion as a
second lieu-
tenant in
the U.S. Air
Force.
During
her years as
an intelli-
Colding was
Ohio, South


Korea, Virginia, Germany and
at the Pentagon. Also during
her Air Force years she com-
pleted two master's degrees,
one in management from
Central Michigan University,
and the second in international
relations from Troy Sate Uni-
versity.
After years of service, Cold-
ing attended the Catholic Uni-
versity of America in
Washington, D.C., where she
received her master's degree
in library science.
She is currently the coordi-
nator of library instruction at
the University of Central Flor-
ida.
She is the daughter of
Murray and Hazel Colding of
Lithia.


knew. Relatives have come to
light that I never knew existed.
I would love to meet all of
them."
Officer down
Yates said he knew the slain
relative's children, Chester,
now deceased, and Viola, the
youngest, who was only 4
weeks old when her father
died.
According to the accounts,
Yates spotted a suspicious
character near the Union
Depot in the early hours of
Nov. 10, 1911. As he attempted
to question and search the
man, the suspect pulled a gun
and ran from the area. Yates
gave chase and was joined by
Albert Garner, a guard at the
Hillsborough County stock-
ade, and two tracking hounds.
Following a foot chase, the
suspect was cornered in a


Continued From Page 19
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.
Contact: Rocky Elling-
sworth, rellingsworth@plantc-
itygov.com.

Umpires needed
The Plant City Parks & Rec-
reation Department 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
Summer Slam wrestling
Camp meets 8:30 to 11:30
a.m. each day with instruction
for all levels. Register: July 19
from 8 to 8:30 a.m.; cost is $60
and parent must be present at
registration with proof of
insurance.
Call: Kitko, (863) 838-7184,
or John Heyman, 610-5751.


BASEBALL


Continued From Page 19
He was smoking us," said PC National coach
Bruce Akers.
In the Junior tournament at Lake Wales,
Plant City American finished in tough fashion
with a 10-4 loss to the hosts Sunday.
The game started with Plant City jumping
out to a 4-0 lead, but it began raining in the
third inning with the score 4-2. Six hours later
the game resumed, at around 8:30 p.m.
"Everything we could do wrong after that, we
did wrong," said Plant City coach Jimmy Polk.
"We really wanted to put Lake Wales against


marshy area where the dogs
were turned loose. The sus-
pect, Lee Armstead, shot both
dogs.
Yates and Garner ran to the
sounds of gunfire and were
both shot at close range by
Armstead, who escaped a
gathering posse.
"I was very excited to have
found evidence regarding Mr.
Yates," Inlow said. "But the
attempt to put the whole story
together was far from over."
While Yates lay wounded,
and Garner less seriously
injured, Armstead was cap-
tured the following day by a
deputy sheriff in Dade City,
The Courier reported on Nov.
17.
"There was still no mention
of Yates being a police office
for the city," Inlow said. "But I
finally found the story printed
in The Courier dated Dec. 22,


the wall and force them to earn it, too." Lake
Wales won the game 10-4.
The format for all Section 4 double-elimina-
tion baseball tournaments is identical. The
District 4 champion gets a bye, and on Friday at
7 p.m. the District 13 winners play District 25
winners.
The winner goes on to play Saturday at 11
a.m. against District 4. The losers of Game 1
and Game 2 meet Sunday, and that winner
advances to play the undefeated team
Monday.


1911, that reported Yates died
from his wounds. I then noti-
fied Chief McDaniel and Mr.
Boyett of my findings and con-
tinued the search. I wanted to
find out what happened to Lee
Armstead."
Armed with this information
McDaniel went to Virginia
Helper, the city clerk, hoping
to add an important piece to
the puzzle: Helper located
some city records that con-
tained minutes to a city com-
mission meeting that
identified Yates as a Plant City
police officer.
McDaniel then notified the
national registry of fallen offi-
cers.
"It was important that we
filed by June 30," McDaniel
said. "That way the name
could be included in the next
publication of the list of fallen
officers."


A monument in Washing-
ton, D.C., is dedicated to offi-
cers killed in the line of duty.
The monument is said to
contain more than 16,000
names.
On June 26, after research-
ing the story of the Yates
shooting for weeks, Inlow
found a story in the Jan. 26,
1912, Courier that gave her
new hope that the story might
yet be completed.
"I was able to find this story
in the archives that told of an
arraignment for Armstead to
be held in Tampa, Jan. 29,"
Inlow said. "The big news was
this account states that Yates
was, in fact, a policeman with
the city."
Armstead, whose first trial
ended in a mistrial, was con-
victed of manslaughter in July
1912 and sentenced to 12
months in jail.


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NOTICE OF FINAL AGENCY prior to the filing of a NOTICEOFSALE soals FILING BANKRUPTCY Lakeland Memorial Gar anted Ino LAND 0 LAKES 4,3/2,
ACTION BY THE request for hearing/. ONE CALL STANDS BE- NEEDALAWYER dens (Fountain section) ANGELO BUYS HOUSES 1827sf,1yrold,
SOUTHWEST FLORIDA 3138 7/15/04 NOTICEis hereby given TWEEN YOUR BUSINESS AAA Attorney Referral .2 spaces. Sacrifice- 1/2 Cash any condition. Sell Your House in 6 Days lakeview oncul-de-sac
WATER MANAGEMENT that on Friday, August 13, and millions ofpotential 800-733-5342. Call 24 hrs off $200/bot. Handyman, fire dam- forth Best Price near -71-275. $195,00
DISTRICT INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF 2004 at 12:00 Noon customers. Place your I 813-719-1312 aged,distressed,vacant WeBuy Houses OBO. Open House, Sat&
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District's na Agency CCUTNANDFORHLL SERVICE, 302 E. Calhoun Classified Advertisin Non-Lawyer 9SPACESSomeTogether in FL! AtsCommre 8008075740Ex 112
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Action is approval of the BOROUGH COUNTYFLORI-Street,Plant City FL33566, Network. For $425.00 $315 VALUE- $1800 identical. No deal too big www.6daysale.com Ski Lake (Keene Lake).
Modification of Permit by A will conductasa e forcash ourad will be aced in $99.95 FLORIDA CORPO- FINANCINGAVAILABLE or small. quick dosing. 1760sf block home+ dbl
Letter on 10.4 acres to toetehih rest bidderves the our.i lay network Corporate Book & a1- -81 ogarage.As is $199,000.
serve Commercial known CaseNo:04-DR-10009 Brewing eserves the our di Check out RATION Inludes State 813-286-0780 253-2404 1-5L- 1481 or AVI Dan 87
as Tall Timbers-Phase 1. Division: R right to bid, or will other- too! Call thispaper or Seeal. Free Information Sunset Memory Gardens,AV Dany 84
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Hillsorough County, RANDYERICKSON following: wideAdvertising Net- ercomorcallMiami- companionmarker.Val- Buy/Sell/Rent. No Con- FORECLOSURE NORTHDALE,Oen hse
ecion (s)05 Township Petitioner 5)854-6000; ue at 000+ asking missions, NoAppraisal 24 hr information line 16310 Bonnevile Dr. Sat
oth, Ra)5, Tons oner 1976Ford2Drwork Directorr at ad(305) 854-6000; do 40 Fees. Save Thousands 1-800-818-0671 x90005 & Sun 16310 4 4/2Bn 24ne 50.f
29, South, Range 22 East 1976 Ford 2Dr (866)742-1373, or email Broward (954)630-9800; $2500 obo 813-876-2098 Fees. s 1-800-818-0671ax90005 Sun 1-4 4/2/2 2450sf
The ermitappficantisTall and Vin#6G21H162556 hmola@flpress.com for Tampa (813)871-5400; Buyers List Available. Formal liv/din/famrms
Timers Partnership, Ltd, MERICKSON 1984Lincoln 4Dr more information. (Out St. Pete (727) 442-5300. WMemer of BBB Don't 10 Central scrn pe spa, $225k
whose addresses 801N. CAROLEVi1MRBP97FOEY691197 oftateplacemental- Toll Free, (800) CLASSIFIED t Call Torday!n' t 1 a aa 813-960-2102
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permit number is NOTICE OF ACTION FOR 1994ChevroletSWM0W O Kl Es, PAn. Latodayforcash!.Nocoim- Investor Special 3/1 un ,
01410RIAGE 1989 Piymouth Van 17i ckts Auto Accident. NEED A Sunset Memory Gardens missonsorbroke dasrfee's. Lea Town access. 6131, Armstea
Theflle(s) pertainintothe Vin#24FH4K8KR257707 LAWYER? ALL Accident 4 adjoining plots Dn't delay go to $ E a Lane.$289,900. (813)
projecteferred aroleM kson 1984 Odsmobile2Dr & Neglience Claims. sacrificing less than 1/2 www.se-atime Call813-841-6815 892-2610Oner/Realtor
available for inspection Indian Ridge Way, Lake- Vin#1G3AR47A6EM309066 *CAR7AUTO *BIKE/ of grounds value, will share.com. or Call ll83-81-
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Management District against you and that you No.8140 07/15/04 RIES A-A-A ATTORNEY Financial TOPDOLLARPAID Fenced Yard, $75,000 (ll
(District)7601Highway30 are required to serve a 813-288-9268 Referral Service 813-877-100
North, Tampa, Florida copy of your written de- 1-49 (800)733-5342 24 813-714-6431 I
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Any person whose Oaks Dr, Plant City, Fl33563 4TIX'SALLGAMES Covers Children, Prop-- Placeyoura in musical FSB A rox A acre TOWNNCOUNTRY7008
substantial interests are on or before July 26 2004 I Lost erty Debts, Name Children's Gynastics/ instruments, class 420. 3br/2ba Carcarport i Webb Rd. Off of Wood-
affected by the District's and file the original with I I 813-77-12 Changes, Etc. On one Fitness Center For Sale. FP's, 5001 W. Cleveland bridge. 4br 3ba Gianic
action regarding this the clerk of this Court at signature requirey.*Ex- Westchase Territory. ALL REAL ESTATE For FSt .C level gnd
permit may request an 302 N. Michigan Ave,Plant DOG, SHARPEI, fawn, BUCC R SEASON d go s Call 100-469-4967 Cash Any Condition, s. old asis 302-494-8707 depeneant Mother-in-
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accordance with Secti ons kes o 4 & spm 51BusinessOpps 1- -30 E(73 HARBOUR ISLAND Open Thru over2000sf. Ready
0.59 nd 120.57, Florid t after Cor.996-6850/49 5-1618 13- yardline. days. divorce Tech Es-7 Mortgages I house Sun 12-3, 32/1 to Move OpeSat
Statutes (F and fail to do so, a default may Call (941)483-1923 tablished 1977. nrtgageSplitplancondo. Cor- Sun 1-4 $189900
Chapter 28-106, 'Florida be entered against you for Classifed is the perfect t Lf nessee, Georgia.s o 1 HOM FA Naced. Nor- 813-882-3041o9184
Administrative Code mtherelief demandedinthe forum reor reachoLng ic uryoSkybox100DIVORCEFINNC!fCrdtAll 1 2 709 I -INo.oastI
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(1) explain how the ments in this case,iclu Sales provide-not to (813) 299-7482 required! iscomg to your area. Low Rin 10 Day!SGreat
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Weiley Cnapel 3BR. 3BA,
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scrn pool Irg solarium
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$174K. PRINCIPALS
ONLY. 813-625-1856.
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813-707-0075
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Brandon Area 1 acre
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FISHHAWK TRAILS LOT !
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Farms, |
130 Groves, &
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SCHLEY COUNTY GA.,
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SUMMER COUNTY BUSH-
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w/IN GROUND POOL on
9 acres. Stocked cash
pond-Sm. planted pines,
large oaks $240,000
(352)793-2804
I Florida Real
I138 Estate

1 ACRE RIVER ACCESS
LOTS, $5995-$7995 Ft.
White area close to
Santa Fe & Ichetucknee
Rivers. Owner Financ-
ing, $295 down,
800-352-5263, Florida
Woodland Groupe Inc.,
Licensed Real Estate
Broker
BEAUTIFUL LOT close to
The Villages of Marion.
Fully fenced, St. Augus-
tine sod 9 mature Live
Oaks. 150'xl25' builda-
ble lot Desirable area
surrounded by pool
homes. $29,500.
352-274-4451 days;
352-347-4390 nights.
BREAK OUT Of the city
Wakeup to vacation ev-
eryday! North Central
Florida Land Sale! 1-5
acres. We offer: Low
Down, Low Monthly
Fixed interest at 8.5%
Call today! Cari-Anne
Powell, Agent CF. Fred-
erick Thompson, RE Bro-
k e r / O w n e r
352-378-4814 ttgcar-
ri@ aol. com
www.NFLLAND.com
Large Colony Cove unit in
Ellenton in the Lakes ar-
ea for sale. 55 Plus Park.
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
CLASSIFIED
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138 Estate

NORTH FLORIDA LAND
Fin. by owner 4 Acres-
$18900 Total 20Acres-
$3400 per acre 40Acres-
$3200 per acre
1-800-294-2313 ext 1073
7 days (7am-7pm) A Bar
Sales, Inc. www.abar-
sales.comn
Rapidly appreciating res-
iaential investment lots
in suburb of Ft. Myers,
FL. Ask for Nick at
(800)894-4997. Low
priced and easy terms!
River Bargain with direct
access to the Harris
Chain of Lakes in Lake
County. 3BR/3BA, Large
Workshop,Screened La-
nai with new hot tub. Re-
cently remodeled. Boat
house with dock and
boat lift. Extra water-
front lot included.
$279,000.352- 694-2345
The Key To Savings
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in Classified!
WAKE UPTO Vacation Ev-
eryday! N. Central Flori-
da Land Sale. 1-5 acres.
Owner Finance Avail-
able. 15 yrs @ 8.5% In-
terest. Thompson
Group. Inc. Owner/Bro-
ker Carl-Anne Powell
Agent 352-378-4814
ttgcarri@aol.com
www.NFLLAND.com
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bPLANT CITY 3br, 2ba,
48x24, with new appli-
ances, owner finance.
Sale price $49,900 OBO
or for rent for $800
month. 941-302-1262
PLANT CITY 1996, 24x40,
2 br, 2 ba, carport,
screened room. In nice
park near 1-4. $25.000 or
possible rent.
813-391-6125
180
Commercial Prop.
Lease

i l Ofc Space I
1 0.01Lease
PLANT CITY, Industrial
Park Office Space for
lease 150 to 3000 sq ft,
Including Conference
Room & Break Room,
Starting at $160 per
month. Contact:
Mathew Horner
813-865-1192
The Georg W.Lackey Co
PARKYOUR CAR IN CLAS-
SIFIED and see ittake off
in the fast lane!
PLANT CITY, Walden
Woods Corp Park, acr-
oss from the newer Post
Office, 2 Office Units +
or 1000 sq ft, each or
combine both. CALL
TODAY 863-647-3899
ROME & W. WATERS
3.200sf with 14 separate
offices,all on firstfloor.
12,600/month. Also
t ,000sf, $800/month.
* 813-766-9454*
SOUTH TAMPA
8 Corporate Offices Avail-
able, includes parking,
conference room & cen-
Call8f3-258-5882
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
Want Ads
Plaza Place, SouthShore
Office Park Sun Point
Shopping Cntr
Banking1/ffice/Retail
All sizes 813-641-2800
www.PhaganDev.com
750 sf office space@ 1804
W. Baker St. excellent
location. $750/mo.
(813)764-8030
1 o Retail
S1180C Space
LUTZ, former Rio Max Deli
Convenience, 2400 sf,
downtown Lutz. Some
convenience store
equipment avail.
813-9489006
190
Commercial Prop.
Sale

Ofc Condos
190E Ofc Bldgs
Sale
RIVERVIEW H.toricc
1455.l Home .OnqO
Zoned lifor Prof. On. -
Acre W Trees & lot oli
Pking, Barbara, Country
RE Inc 813 677-7883
Investment
190J Property
Sale
BROOKSVILLE-Nobleton
Canoe Rental. Boss
readv cl retire, 7c3
zoned Rec-Comm'l un
Winiacoochie Rgpr.
Price ranae' $55i0e
$750K. GooOd Earth Rltv
Co. 352-796 3647
Warehouses
19L Sale
IN THE HEART OF VBOR
CITY 1513 E. 9th Ave
6.650 SOFT warehouse
14 FT Ceillin aslni
price $700."00 14I rror
j3: or Sam i ].3i
241 4c45
200-249
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DOWNTOWN TPA, One
Laurel PL. 4/3 Pent-
house, Your V2 2/1, awe-
some view, all appi,
W/D, pool, jac, 24 hr Sec
$795 + sec.81-404-7323
| 204 1 Apts. Fumrn.
DOVER, 1BR furnished,
good for a couple. NO
ETS Call 659-2703
after5pm
SOUTH TPA Studio, CHA,
full kitch & bath, cerm.
tile thruout, w/court yd,
pvt entr. parking for 2,
600/mo. 3422B San
Pedro. 813-743-5107
205 Apartments
205 Unfurnished

1-2 & 3 BR'S
PLANTCITY Quite Clean,
1BR $425, BR $55, 3BR
$575.813-907-6161
BRANDON Area I 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 7/31
1 & 2 BR's. Nice & Clean
Plant City
813-754-2200
TOWNSGATE APTS
HYDE PARK, SoHo, 2/1,
courtyard condo,
BRAND NEW Interior,
gated, D/W, disp, CHA,
c. fan, wtr incl, cats Ok.
$850/mo. 813-348-2799
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's&
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
Plant City
SUMMER SPECIAL
$200 off 1st months Rent.
Studio $350
1 Bedrooms $420
Very Clean, Must See!
Grove CourtApts
813-752-7398
RIVERVIEW
Efficiency/LoveShack,
carpet & tile, $450/mo +
11913 Rhodine Rd.
go by then call

SOUTH TAMPA/SOHO
Small 2br Iba. Cony. to
shop. 506 S. Tampania,
$475/mo. 813-621-1341
days M-F, 681-8439
nights/wkends.
SPRING HILL NEW
APARTMENTS 2 Br, 2Ba,
1 Car Garage, Heated
Pool. Pre wired for Cable
& Satellite. $725 month
352-232-6363
TEMPLE TERRACE
i- Puritan Placeb
Move In Spe
Spacious 1,2 &3 BrApts
Seniors Discount Special
Sect 8 Welcome
call 813-988-6112
TEMPLE TERRACE area, 1
& 2 br starting at $475,
pool, monitored alarms,
new laundry rm & play
ground. Call for move in
special 813-985-6485
WESTPORT COMMONS
SEC. 8 APS/NEW!
1-2-3 Bedrooms
Dishwasher, carpeting,
laundry room, central
a/cplayground,
gat community.
SE HABLAESPANOL
Call Connie:
(813) 254-1436 or
254-5816
210 I Houses
1 Unfurnished

APOLLO BEACH 3 br, 2
ba, 2 CG, fresh paint,
new floors, large lot.
Near Elem. school
$115) mo.813-546.3212
BRANDON
30r.2ba.2cg., yr old.
comm pool. W. D. water
sottener i alarm incl.
51200 mo. 1st. last .se-
curiry.813 230-0822
BRANDON, 1 br, 2.5 ba. 3
car garage, fen.:en
bacl,-jrO 30010 ;f.
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main. -,li 9.4-424.- 19

BRANDON Esecutve 4Dr
2ba screened pool home
wdir la,:u;, z car ar
ience-d tpi. Yard ow,0
maint inct. 1795 mo -
dep t. rei rS3-6a5-29K4
BRANDON, RIVERVIEW
4.2.2 $1375 mo 3/.2,2
$1200 mc.4'2 31$1400
mo 3 2 2 $1000 mo
Sgr.naturp Realty. jue
Au-tin. ,13 681-5366
CITRUS PARK 20r, 1.5ba.
See Al
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mindsprng corn"
or 8PI- -1033

CORK Country Cottage
Large 2br %v CHA &.
purcn plus detached
garage Impeccable
condton $875 mo.
513 752-J235
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HOLIDAY near US 19, 3br TOWN N' COUNTRY,
2ba, like new, very 2br/2ba w/ office lcg,
clean, Ig yard, screened corner lot w/large
porch, avail immediately. fenced yard. Nice!
Nopets. $800/mo +sec. $900/mo 941-795-5524
407-467-8932 or 941-807-5592
Holiday-Non smoking, WEST CHASE AREA. Nice
2br, all new appis & 3br 2ba, conserv. lot,
paint. Tile & terrazzo, gated comm., all appli-
corner lot, fenc'd yd. ances, approx. 1600 sf,
Easy commute. $750 mo yard service incl. $1500
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Land 0 Lakes Plantation WEST TAMPA 3BR, IBA
Palms New luxury golf freshly remodeled, W/D
course home, 3br,a, in laundry room, fenced
upscale gaed corn, yardw/sed.
Maintenance free. 3210iW. Dewey
$1400/mo 813-966-4825 $900/mo. (813)839-6628
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Renovated through out, late 2br with carport &
river access, pvt street fenced yard. Nice neigh-
Upgrades. Must See. borhood. $800 per
$11l0/mo. 6907 N. River month. No pets. First,
Blvd. 813-238-3110 ast, sec. 863-816-9140
LUTZ, 1 br$395. 2br$795. I Lease-Option
Sr. Disc. Pvt, fenced, 21 To Buy
secluded. Arox 1 Mi.11ToBuy
Dale Mabry, Rt. 54. canal
access toLake. Inc until. RIVERVIEW Owner Fi-
813-961-9672,493-6193 nancing, br/2ba/2cg,
8--796 new home, split plan,
LUTZ HOME apPg stay, corner lot,
3br/2ba in Villa Rosa. $6k/down $1250/mo,
Spl pla Alarm, Lrg Opt $156k 941-587-7811
yaro, Appi incl, Peis OKi
350/mo oboAvailAug 12121 Condominium
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GRANDOPENINGV on the Bay! 2BR/2BA,
OPENMON-SAT10-PM, enclosedbalcony,
OPEN MON-SAT 10-5PM, modern kitchen.
Masonry 3-4 br, 2ba 1(34)66-Ut9
w/gar. Low down, Low l ( -69
monthly payments, SOUTH TAMPA, Luxury
easy qualifying. 56th waterfront 2br. 2'/2zba.
Street, go 2 lks W. on 1900sf, 4 balcony's,
Sligh. pool, remodeled. Much
AmericanHousing more only $1975/mo.
(813)264-9950 813-765-0553
NEW TAMPA-Close to WESTTAMPALg3BR 2BA
USF. Golf course com- Condo overlooking Hills.
unity, 2BR, 2BA, 2CG, River & DT, gated comm
lots of extras, beautiful close to St Joseph. Rent
n'hood. Avail immed. or lease w/ option.
$1,100/mo. (813)545-8563 $1200/mo. 813-877-7678
NORTHDALE l [ev Townhouse
Golf Course, split level, WI
4br, 3ba, 2cg, screened BRANDON 2br/1ba
orch. Great view! 1100sf, gedcommuni-
1300 + dep, includes poolcable W/Dincl.
gardener. 813-963-1430 O pegts 90/7mo + dep
ODESSA-THE EAGLES Available August
4br, 2%/ba, lcg pool 813-985-5646
home on golf course, HYDE PARK, luxury
new carpet and paint townhome4r, 2.
updated kitc en. car oar, 2000 sf,
$1595/mo. 813-767-9936 remodeled. Gorgeous
PLANT CITY 2BR/1BA interior. $1750/mo.
CH/A, Ir, d'r, kit, w/d 813-960-8980
ready, shed nodogs4 HYDE PARK, luxury
Damon St. C OME& SEE, townhome,4Kbr2.5 ba,2
$625.850-209-7614 car oar, 2000 sf,
Plant City 4BR, 2BA. remodeled. Gorgeous
Older Country Home interior. $1750/mo.
Avail August 1st. 813-960-8980
Convienantly located inHYDE PARK, luxury
Plant Citynear 1-4. townhome 4br 2l5b
Beautiful hrwd floors. carwnhomer,' 2600 f,
$1100/mo+1100 d remodeled. Gorgeous
Call 813-716-5252 interior. $1750/mo.
PLANT City Walden Oak 813-960-8980
Beautiful 2/2 On Quief HYDE PARK, luxur
Cul-De-Sac 900. mo + townhome4 br 2.5 ba, 2
deposite813-277-1431 car ar,' 2600 Sf,
RIVERVIEW Brand New remodeled. Gorgeous
4BR3BA/2CG, 3000sf, interior. $1750/mo.
pool, pvt gatedcoim, 813-960-8980
ree cable&lawnmalnt, Land O'Lakes/Wesley Ch
Monitored sec sys incl. New 3br,3ba TH, comm
Please call 860-982-7508 pool &amenities, water-
SAN ANTONIO Area, 1-75 front, extras, $1175/mo
to exit 2851746sf liv $1000 sec dep. Avail July
area, 3br/2ba/2cg liv & 1st 813-299-9829
fam rm on golf course. NEW TAMPA, Live Oak
$1450/mo or option Preserve gated comm
$195,000 813-503-2429 Lrg3br/3ba twnhm 2cg,
SEFFNER 2BR, 1BA, fncd cable, W/D, alarm
yard, scrnd porch, W/D $1400/mo 888-852-3086
hookup, water & gar- small pet OK
bage incl. $650/mo +
de tenant check re Plant City 3BR, 2BA, 1CG,
81 t-977-438 e298K817 Ceramic Tile & Carpet.
813-977-4385298-8179 $895/mo. Credit v req'd.
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS (813)764-8030
3/2/carport 1450s?, WESTCHASE Area Brand
near river, tile through New Townhome for rent
out, new paint, bigbyard, 1245sf 2Br 1VzBa end
oreat family. nrhd, unit, Wk/D $950/Mo +
$1250/mo 813-546-3887 Sec. Dep. Pets, Smokers
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS 3BR OK. Bill Kind APlumb
2BA, CHA, corner lot, Realty 813-854-3216
fenced, 4 min. from WESTCHASETwnhs,3bd,
Down Town, quiet 2.5ba,2cg WD stnlss
n'hood. $1 000mo appuset dw. o i cenl-
Call (813)299-6088 inns, ncd crtyrd, W/hot
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS, tub.'$1495/mo + $1495
1920's bungalow, sec dp. 813-205-5556
Historical 3/2,1 car gar, Mobile I
2500 sf, wood firs, high 215 obile
ceilings, $1200/mo. i" Homes
813-960-8980 m H
SOUTHTAMPA 3/2 house, 1BrApts & 1&2 Bedrm
updated, w/d, lawn ser- MHs. mile S of 14 on,
vice, private fenced ForbesRd. 813-752-5234
backyard,small pets ok, CORK Area 1 BR very pri-
4103 W Azeele (Beach vate lot, all utilitiesplus
Park) viewat local phone only. $130
www.sharpemortgage. wk. 813-623-2287
corn/rental
fmi 813-404-7245 CORK area: all new in-
side, 2/1, CHA, no pets,
South Tampa-Westshore references, $125/wk
Area. 3BR 2BA 1 car 375/dep 863-670-1924
garage, 2500sf, fenced
yard large den. DURANT-2br, 1 ba W/D,
1,300per month New Appliances, Quiet,
Call 813-960-8980 shady park, 737-2435
SPRING HILL-New 3br DURANT 2br MH w/CHA
2ba, 2c, 1400sf living Completlty Furnished,
no smoking/pets credit NO PETS! Ref's,
check, security deposit. $400/mo + $200 Dep.
$850/month incl. lawn 12-6pm; 813-737-2320
maint. (727) 856-4213 KEYSVILLE AREA. Large
Tampa Beautiful Water- country lot, 2br ba
front Exec. Home. 3000 CH&A, no pets, $425 mo
sf, 4/2.5/2, pool, dock, 300 dep. Call
bay access, gourmet kit., 863-425-3918.
FP, hrdwd iated comm. PLANT CITY 1712 Hwy 60
$3,400. 813-7276125 E. 2BR/1BA large lot
TAMPA, Lexington Oaks $500. mo Plus $500
New Home on Golf deposit.813-681-7279
Course, Tennis Pool, Plant City-2 &3BR MH's&
Gym, Walking path, per- 1BR ap, RV lots. 9am-
fect for retirees 5pm M-F813-754-6932
$1,500/mo No Pets No
Smoking, 813-948-3543 PLANT CITY, 2 br, garden
tub cath ceil, super
TEMPLE TERRACE 2br clean Quiet park.
1ba 1200sf, fenl bk rd $130/wkly.$400 dep. No
scrn porch tile/hdw pets.813-752-9594
$906/mo dep Call for You'll find value buys ad-
special 813-926-5096 vertised in classified


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1st/lastmo. 813.7 59.8845 Shack N Park Rd immediately. Mustbe25 benefits. 1-8W 5 -10 orn/tampab. SY installed & de- t ehoe ,K at hrele 2lam ps com
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ba, nice, older M/H-, 1/4 350Clriserv. Helful. Apl in needs river with Class Work Atrbye to cableaforever. ly 24, 10 am. SC hwy. 38, l0a-6p Mon-Sat
ac. yd. $125/wk, 300 Secretarial Person ud's outr A, CDL.813-478-7811 Ho $ .99. Call 10 iteco BEDROOMSETS
dep. Ref re. No pets. 1702 Jim Johnson RHdL. dI 3et 2 t0 w 80 BP. w itueohsal BED M S
813-2993416 ADMINISTRATIVE jobs Plant City. Transportation HELP WANTED Earn u to dre8 440. toswcom Rowel Real- 813-871-1147 r Fau MustoSell
pets, $13owk $3 de- RITA STAFFING TRA D NSPORT Teams and CD cases at home. No FREE 4-ROOM DIRECD V t &LAuction Co., Inc. AcL kI B D VER mse813 8
ps, 813wkA$3008de- RITASTAFFING Clerk Solos check out our new experience necessary. SYSTEM INCLUDING IN- SCAL 1577-f ALL STILL BOXED, NEVERoom e.q8a3t876k1566
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TURKEY CREEK 2br 1be, tion Send resume to ers, Solos, Teams and eMulberryAreal pay.com Locals. 3 months HBO Brass ued Orthopedic, NEW-full mattress &
furnished with stove, re- 759-8238lor A4plyin Graduate Students. a Qualified applicants STARZ. 2 for 1. S&H Re- Antique Canopy Mattress / Boxspring, boxspnngs$159. set
frigerator, watergar person 2703 airport Rd, (888)MORE PAY (1-888- MUST HAVE EiICATE DATA ENTRY Could earn nr s A cared p
bagepickup, A/C.Lease PlantCity 667-3729). FLEET SUPERVISORY $50,000/yDATA ENr. Work from (866)5004056 bed wt matching 95 Sherver $125 UEEN Pillow Top Mat-
2(866)500-4056. bed wit Matchingtress&Boxsprings $329.
& recs. $25/3 +dep. Landscape contractor Driver/Ind. Contractor FT EXPERIENCE including home Flexible Hours! dresser, 2 night stands 954-553-5924 Tam Bnk Bed w/mattress
&elect.813-659-2432 needing exp'd oice & PT w/own 1 ton ext trailer/route tracking Great Pay! Personal FURNITURE SALE $rror9 chest and 9 B59.
Travel Trailer help. ast pace/Multi cargo van or Sm box and dispatching. MUS Com uter required! 1- White wash glider rock- mtress. Pd $9500 407-660-1415. 9
220 r task. M-F, 7am-4:30 Fax truc for office product also be proficient in Mi- 800-1-DATA ENTRY 2 Whiteng $1700.
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& boat slip, 850sf. Ask. Hard Work. Pa based Increase in Pay Pack- cleanMVR.813-877-3834 CHERRY CAd
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14101 Furniture |

Entertainment Ctr
All wood, cherry finish,
lighted w/beveled glass
doors, accommodates
up to 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
USED, sell for$1650. Can
deliver. 813-293-1743
FURNITURE CLOSEOUT
Sofa & Loveseat Reg $695.
Sale $495.
Dinnet with 4 chairs $159
4 pc Bedroom set $289.

B & B OUTLET
115S. EVERS ST
PLANT CITY
813-759-8864
Furniture Moving Sale:
Dining room table/4
chairs, hutch w/glass,
couch w/recliners,
black entertainment
center w/glass, boat ta-
ble fisherman lamp, sea
table, pictures, all in ex-
cellent condition.
813-996-1999,961-4868.
FUTON
A all oak, medium finish,
mission frame w/ re-
cline. 9 layer foam mat-
tress. Stil in box. Cost
$650. Sell $285. Can del.
813-293-1743
HOME FURNITURE SALE,
Sofa, Loveseat, Kitchen
Table, Chairs, Barstools,
TV w/stand Treadmill
Lwnmower 727.375.9036
LIFT CHAIR, Berkline
Electric, new, Bge. Pd
$1100. Asking $675.
Purchased at Hudson
Furn. 813-469-0056
Living Rm Set: Couch,
Loveseat, 2 end tables
with lamps & accent
table, all $450.
813-991-6342
............
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 Qn Ortho P/T
set, new still in plastic,
retail $1195, sacrifice
$250. Can deliver.
813-926-8507
MATTRESSES Factory di-
rect close-outs. Queen
sets King mattresses,
$175. All new.
.. 813-920-2250...
MEMORY FOAM
MATTRESSES, ALL
SIZES, $300.00!
www.nasatechmemory-
foam.com
TAMPA 813-612-5911
CLearwater 727-447-0957
LARGO 727-210-1098
THUR-FRI-SAT ONLY
Moving out of country.
Must sell entire contents
of huge Mansion & Guest
House. 2 King awesome
looking Bedroom Sets.
Incl. 2 g Nights Stands,
Dresser/Mirror, Armoire,
6 Drawer Chest, Box &
Mattress. 1 Queen Set, 2
Night Stands, Dresser/
Mirror, Lingerie Chest.
All pcs has Marble Tops.
2 Dining Rm Sets w/
mirrored China, Table, 8
Chairs, Marble Top
Buet Seer 3 Rugs,
Occasional Cairs, g
Mirror (7x5), 2 Marble
Top Consoles, End
Tables Coffee Tables,
Grandfather Clock, 1
bronze Fountain, 4
Tiffanystyle Table
Lamps1, 1 iffanystyle
Stand Lamp, accessories.
All at $26,500. All in good
condition. Will separate.
(813)684-3614
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
this, $175. All beautiful.
(727)441-1301
MOVING SALE in Cheval:
kitch dinette w/ hutch,
sofa & loveseat, tables,
frig, w/d, toys. By appi
only: 813-948-5675
Pool Table, 8', carved
legs, Italian 1" slate 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, -$300, Sofa love-
seat chair, -$500 Dress-
er, chest, bedset, -$500,
entertainment center,
-$400, 813-933-3773
Want Ads


1410 1 Furniture |
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. Beauiful!
New in plastic. Can
deliver 813-870-0070
SOFA, Love Seat, Chair &
Ottoman. Natural col-
ored, leather/suede fin-
ish. Pd $7,000 Sell
$1,400.813-264-5978
SOFA /loveseat. high
grade Nubuck leather
exc cond $2,500 OBO,
(863) 698-9457
Sofa & loveseat combo
Contemporary, neutral
color, orig $1500,
sacrifice $400.
813-888-6776
Sofa, Natuzzi, leather,
chair & footstool, drk
,rn, exc. cond., $500
OBO. Dinette Set, Rat-
tan, beveled glass, 4
chairs, coffeetable, 2
lamp tables, $300 OBO.
813-641-0343; 545-3126
For Results
Classified Ads
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
Oak Kitchen Table + 4
Chairs. MOVING SALE
Call (813)766-2770
StanleyChild. White Bunk
bed set, 7 drawer dress-
erw/mirror, nightstand,
desk w/huich & chair,
$1,299 obo 813-920-1216
Style Furniture, Plants,
Scuba Gears, Futon,
Garden Furniture, Power
Tools and more. Call
(813)961-9332 817-9946
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
You'll find value buys ad-
vertised in classified
TEAKWOOD Furiture
from Bali Container
Blow-out Sale Now! Beds
Chairs Tables, Armoires,
8717 40th St. Tampa
Chris 727-643-6431
WATERBED, queen size,
includes mirrored head-
board with 2 side lights,
Oak, very good cond.
$300.813-991-5201
Moving High End Furn
BEDROOM kg mahoga-
ny, 7 pcs. DR, solid oak,
10 pc, andmore
813-792-9449
MOVING SALETraditional
14 pc Din rm, dark pine
$1,000. Lgt oak din set9
pc, rush seating $500.
Qn Sleeper sofa, green
$300727-579-2558

14151 Carpeting
CARPET, New 1800sf,
Dyersburg II Shaw Win-
ter Wheat. Deat $2,000;
Also 600sf of Duratech
padding $300 Pick Up
only 352-521-0843
416 1 Appliances I
Appliances-Absolute
Lowest $ Guaranteed.
Delivery. Woody's
Applances, $74.50, up.
7604 Broadway626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
**APPLIANCES**
USED WITH WARRANTY
From$99*
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
4000 W. Kennedy
281-0777
PARTS TODAY
11900 N. Nebraska
972-4242
COOLER, 2 door, large flo-
rist type, comm. size,
exc. cond. $2500obo
352-796-6137 or
352-279-2130


THIS
Dryers/Washers/Fridge
Stoves. Lowest Prices!
$7450-Up. New & Used.
Guar.& Del. Large show-
room with 2 loc,1 near
you. Service & Parts
avaiL Know Your Dealer.
42yrs.QuaLSvc./Merch.
W60DIS APPLIANCES
7604Broadway 626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288
FREEZER KENMORE UP-
RIGHT white, with key,
frost free nice condi-
tion, barely used. $400
813-677-8444
Maytag Dryer, 1yr old, GE
Washer, 3yrs old, Irg ca-
pacity, exc. cond.
$375/pair. Will sell se-
perately. 813-908-1079
Mom & Pops Applianc-
es, $75 & up, W/D, Stove
& Refr. 10014 30th St.
Free Delivery
813-632-9620; 335-5788


14161 Appliances I
STOVE 30" $95. REF $219
Washer/Dryer Save $200.

B & B OUTLET
115 S.EVERSST
PLANT CITY
813-759-8864
VACUUM RAINBOW SE
with attachments, very
clean, excellent cond,
used very little. $350obo
813-334-7876

WASHER & DRYER
Nice condition with war-
ranty $200. Can Deliver.
813-626-3754
Washer, Maytag, $250.
Whirlpool Dryer, $200.
Kenmore 20' Refrigerator
$300.813-741-1181.

WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
Don 813-300-6714
417 Telephones/
417 Pagers

WE BUY
Cell phones old,new,No-
kia,Motorola etc We buy
them all 813.933.5008
418 Air
418 Conditioners

AC'S NEW IN BOX!
Sale-5 yrs. factory warr.
Homes & Mobile Homes.
Example: Mobile hms. 2-
ton $795- 21/2-ton $845,
3-ton $895 3 Vz -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
Mobile Home AC Units,
$200 & up, Central sys-
tems and used parts.
813-263-6503
j Musical
421 Instruments
AMP Ampeg RH50 tube
guit. hd, blue diamond
folex/tweed, 2 channel,
Fender/Marsh tone exc.
$425obo. Gibson Sun-
burst Les Paul stndrd
copy $400.352-650-4911
Amps, Speakers, Wire-
less Mics, Lightin
Beamworks Inc. Rentals
& Sales Best Gear Best
Pr.ces. i813)855-0709
bearnrirtrsinc.com

BASS & GUITARS
BAY AREA'S BEST!
USED VINTAGE RARE
Repairs Lessons
BUY-SELL-TRADE
LEGENDS -813.348.0688-

GUITAR. CF Martin. model
D1220, 12 string, exc.
cond. $750 firm.
813-684-3519




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 54 1/4 mi W of 175
Guitars from ...........$24.95
Elec. Guitars from.. $99
Trumpets from.....$149.95
Violins from ...........$99.95
Mic'sfrom.............. $19.95
PA's, complete at...... $249
Buy-Sell-Trade-Service
Paragon Music 876-3459
ORGAN, Thomas, mint
condition, hardly used.
Paid $5,500
Will sell for $1,000
Call 813-889-0245
ORGAN, Wurlitzer 4500
with bench, great cond.
Beautiful cabinet $600.
863-665-3940

ORGAN Yamaha E-70,
walnut cabinet 2 key-
boards & fulf pedal
board Must see! $1500
OBO. 813-963-1528
PAINO, Everett Spinet,
Dark Finish, Like New,
it $1,800 obo
813-689-7924 340-0552
PIANO All Must Go!
Many To Choose
Save $$$$$ From $695
Adams Pianos
Call Now! 813-962-2991
PIANO Baby Grand,
White, Schomacker Ex-
cellent sound & plays
great. Moving must
sell! $2350.813-971-6936

PIANO, BALDWIN
4', 10" Grand Chickering,
exc condition, 5 yrs old,
$8,900.813-672-4177
PIANO Kawai Baby
Grand. Black. Plays &
sounds good. Must sell.
$5000.727-542-0132

PIANO'S WHOLESALE
Re-certified Yamaha's.
Dealer guaranteed. 10 yr
warranty. Over 200 to
choose from. C-3 was
$29K, now$10K.C-2was
$22K, now $8K. U-3 was
7K, now $3K. By appt.
only 888-600-5188


4201 Musical
420 Instruments

PIANO
Yamaha Ul, upright, wal-
nut, mint condition,
$3300.813-625-7321
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 Yamaha Sil-
ver Plated 62 Pro Tenor,
3 yrs old, $1800 firm.
Cash only. In excellent
condition w/new pads.
813-653-1122.
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
424 Radio, TV, &
1424 Stereo 1

36" Sony Trinitron
BRAND NEW NEVER USED
$950
813-677-8444
FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT TV
SYSTEM w/installation.
125+ Channels from
$29.99/mo including Lo-
cals. HBO & STARZ2 for
1, for3 months. S&H, Re-
strictions Apply.
1-800-260-2813
FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
SYSTEM, Including
StandardInstallation! 4
Months Free Progam-
ming. Total Choice Pre-
mier with Local Chan-
nels. Over 205 Channels!
With Subscription to
NFL Sunday Ticket, $360
Value! Cal Now to Or-
der! Direct Satellite TV
1-800-823-8595.
FREE DIRECT TV
SATELLITE SYSTEM. UP
TO 5 ROOMS INSTALLED
*.FREE"4
813-748-8854
FREE DIRECT satellite
system, includes deliv-
ery and installation, pro-
gramming as low as
$29.99 Der month for the
top 125 cable channels.
DTVsatellite.com
1-800-352-9992.
S Video Rec
425 Equip

HandiCam SONY DVD 201
brand new w/ case, 2
lenses, filters, extra bat-
tery. Pd $1450, sell $1050
813-996-7848
4 Medical
Equip.

ATTENTION MEDICARE
RECIPIENTS If you can't
walk and need a motor-
ized wheelchair we may
be ableto help. New mo-
torized wheelchairs at
no cost to you if eligible
Call 1-800-869-0075
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:
WCS 1-800-288-9214 ext.
2341
MEDICARE DIABETICS -
FREE METER!!! No cost
Diabetes Supplies. DIA-
BETIC SHOES. No Cost to
You!!! Join Diabetes
Care Club. FREE Mem-
bership. FREE Delivery.
1-800-316-6391 .Call
NOW!
ORDER MEDS ONLINE OR
BY PRONE Phentermine,
Soma, Ambien, Adipex,
Carisoprodol, Ultram,
Viagra, Methocarbamol,
Levitra. No previous
Prescription required.
Call Toll Free
866-438-6656 or
www.integraRx.com.
Tired of high prescription
costs? Save up to 80%!
Global Medicines Toll-
Free 1-866-634-0720
American owned Lower
prices than Canada!
VIAGRA $2.50/dose CIAL-
IS $3.25/dose Lowest
Price Refills Guaran-
teed! FREE SHIPPING!
Why pay More? Call
Now!! Prescription Buy-
ers Group
1-866-887-7283
VIAGRA $2.50/dose -
CIALIS $3.50/dose Low-
est Price Refills Guaran-
teed! Free Shipping!
Why Pay More. Call
Now!! Prescription Buy-
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) 908-9000
Classified Ads Prices
well within sight. A se-
lection that's just right!


430 OfficeEquip.
430 & Furniture

Arm Chairs Desks Files
Used Office Furniture
Specialist. Commercial
Qlty. At wholesale pric-
es!! EOF 813-877-9400
Arm Chairs Desks Files
Used Office Furniture
Specialist. Commercial
y. Atwholesale pric-
es!!EOF 813-877-9400
Chairs! Chairs! Chairs!
Over 500 used chairs in
stock. Multi functional
mid bck chair $59 much
more! EOF 813-877-9317
COLOR COPIER
Only 75,000 copies,
Gestetner, model CS231,
like new, $3500.
727-639-7464
CUBICLES, 10'x0l' (3),
8'x10 (1), with built-in
work surfaces, file cabi-
nets (10), bookcases (6),
power outlets. Very
nice like new. All for
$7,560.813-982-1220
Cubicles 8' x 8' Herman
Miller -Al condition
$649.00 6' x 6' Steel-
case Answer- 2 yrs. new
$679.00 877-9400
Desks! Files! Chairs!
Largest quality selection
inTampa Bay area!!
Unbeatable $$! E.O.F.
813-877-9317
Files Files* Files
Commercial Grade & Olty
5 Drawer Lat. Files $200
4Drwr Vert. $49 like new
EOF 813-877-9400
Lateral Files, (10),
commercial, grade, exc
cond. 5 Drawer, HON.
$300-$350.813-866-4040

Office Furniture, conf ta-
ble chairs, cabinets,
shelves, Ithr chairs, re-
cept area desk phones,
2 sge desks. $2000 obo.
813-986-3777.
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
We Buy Office Furniture!!
Top Dollar Paid $$$
Economy Office Furniture
813-877-9317
431 Computers & I
4 Equipment

$99 Internet Ready
Computer. Laptops
starting at $149. 21"
monitors starting at $99
New sysiem-.itanrtirg at
$299.2316 W.Linebauqh
PC Servce-s 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 Reg'd
WWW.PCSFORALL.COM

AMD PRO SYS $299
XP SYSTEMS
R2400+XPSys. $499
R2800+XPSys.$599
All XP Systems are New
with 256MB DDR RAM,
52X CDRW 40GB 7200 HD,
WIN XP,3 Yr Ltd 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.anythnmg
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
256Memory $40.00
AGP Video 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
HP Laser Printers $40.00
Lexmark Laser Prntrs $60
NEWATX CASES $30.00
52x24X52 CDRW $50.00
**813-886-1494 ***
COMPUTER REPAIR: $45!
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 PIl Systems
W/Monitor $125
Pill's from $150
813-635-9396
US 301 & Hwy 60 (Adamo)
Laptop Below Whole$ale
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.
**813-886-1494***
When you read Classified
it's. HELLO...GOOD BUY!


n1 Computers &
431 Equipment

PRINTER/COPIER, Canon-
OCE, hi speed/quality,
color, like new.
$8000
813-901-0678
N Commercial
432 Equipment

CANDY Vending Ma-
chines for sale. Pvt.
Owner. 42 Double Head,
13 Trip Head, 2 Single
Head. Full stocked.
Make $1000-$1500 mo.
All New machines.
$13,500.813-679-9071
Factory Moving: Label-
ers, packaging equip,
tablet presses, shelves,
filing cbnts Ig hd work
this, more. 727-548-5600
Fork Lifts. Low Prices.
Used, New or Rental.
3000-40K pounds. Kelly
Tractor Co.
1-800-255-3093
Salon Hair stations (5),
Big Front desk, Sham-
poo Back bar, IncI 2
sinks, Pedicure station
& Stackable W/D. All
Matching $8,000 OBO
1W 813-786-84640
L Restaurant/
4341 Hotel Equip

BAKER'S Pride Pizza Ov-
en, elect., 2 door, 4 stone
shelves, 26"x28"x28",
like new, paid $3 000.
Sell $1250.813-294-3021
BAY RESTAURANT SUP-
PLY NEW & USED EQUIP-
MENT LOWEST PRICES
IN FLORIDA
813-886-1121
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
ESPRESSO MACHINES
New, reconditioned
commercial home & bus.
MMSI Espresso SVC. Co.
813-655-0952 www.
mmsiespresso.com
GRILLS, Walk-in Coolers,
Pizza Ovens, Mixers,
Hoods, Fryers Call
727-581-9293
RESTAURANT BOOTHS
WALK IN COOLER/
FREEZER, 813-886-1121

Store
435 Fixtures-
Equipment
Gondola Warenouue &
Parts Shelving. Show-
cases, Slatwall, Clothes
racks. Inventory Reduc-
tion Sale. 813-628-4332
44n Builder's
440I Supplies I

A&B %" 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 he build-
ers & savvy buyers buy
flooring 1-813-918-2737
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,
Snap-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
BUILDING SUPPLIES
15/32" 4X8 Rated Sheath-
ing Plywood $15.18 Ea,
Owens wall Insulation
1"X15"X48" Batts 240 SF
$32.64 Concrete Mix 80 lb.
2.89 Gatlin'r Go For
Casn inc 2705E.Hanna
Ave. tampa 813.239.9284
CABINETS, brand new.
100,c' wood. cherry, ma-
pie and oaK. Builder
pricing. Please call
813-241-4631
CEMENT, Portland, Type
1 & 2, 941b Bags. 42
B ag s/P allet .
$310/Pallet. Cash Only.
Picked Up. 813-961-5631
FENCE SALE
6 X 8 Board on Board
Only $19.95
Hurry While 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;
, 813-817-9871

*INSULATION*
NEW Unlimited Qty.
Discounts For Cash.
813-782-0049
Spot Advertising Works


440 Supplies I

Kitchen Cabs Out of box.
Wht raised panels, L
Shpd Kitch $1150. Bath-
tub Kohler new Oval
Wht $300 727-243-2411
METAL Roofing & Siding
26ga-36" coverage as
low as $1.40/ft. cilori-
da.com Corrugated In-
dustries 800-545-4580

* MEXICANTILE*
ALL SIZES
FINISHED and RAW
813-884-6127 *
Prefinished Brazilian
Cherry/Bamboo/Bruce
Oak Flooring. $2.89/sf.
813-426-6470
Solid Oak Flooring, 3/4"
Thick, 2 /4 wide 1/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
50 cents ea, Many colors
Do It Yourself Info
Paver Sealant Available
(813)968-6150 Sun Pavers
www.sunpavers.com

4441 Sheds &
444Carport





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24x30x9 Enc. concrete
slab 36" dr & 2 7x8 ga-
rage doors Inst $10,800
813-788-3501 713-2333
www.jobobs.com
BUILDING SALE! "Rock
Bottom Prices!" Quick
Delivery. Beat Next
Price Increase. Go di-
rect/ save.20x26. 25x30.
30x40. 35x60. 40x80.
45x90. 50x1 00. 60x180.
Others. Pio-
neer(800)668-5422.
ALL STEEL BUILDINGS
24x30 was $8,300, sell
$4,990. 28x46 was
$14 300, sell $6,980.
48x100 was $27,800, sell
15,950. Cal Now! Joe
(800)392-7817
COOK'S LOFT SHED 10' X
14' W/2 windows. Exc.
cond, a few mos. new.
You move or we deliver.
$1,800obo 813-858-1395
14451 Tools I
Buffer w/stand Bald door
410B; Polisher FLEX
LP1503VR; Nakita 7" an-
gle grinder; Die grinder;
saners, 1" belt disk
sander; Hitachi drill
D13VF; 3/4"pipe clamps-
vices; wood clamps- and
more. 813-486-5486

Clark Du-8 Electric Floor
Sander, 8" drum type.
$275.813-
754-3397
Delta 14" Band Saw w/ac-
cess. $500. 15" Planer
$450 OBO. And other
shop wd workingtools.
813-269-9917
Factory Reconditioned
Tools: nailguns, routers
& bits, sanders, drill
presses, air compres-
sors, table saws, tons of
shop accessories etc.
Porter Cable/De ta.
813-877-9585
Hobart Mig $350. Lincoln
Tig $1,150. Custom
10KW Gen w/25HP Kohler
$2,000. Call Dave
(813)985-0634
WOODSHOP for sale Ta-
ble saw & Grizzley 16"
band saw, Crafstman
Lathe & Craftsman 6"
Jointer 813-679-5825
S Machinery &
4 Heavy Equip.

Automotive Brake Lalhe
disc drum FMC $2000.
Torque converter hush-
er $400. 10,000 Ib asyme-
tric 2 post lift $2995.
727-458-0639.
CONCRETE PUMP 2004
Putz. Diesel, remote
control 225' hose only
19hrs sacrifice $15,800
Call 813-961-1764
Forklift-Tampa Forklift
since 1974. Parts, Svc,
Rentals, New:Used
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
4501 Goods I

ARCADE GAMES, Golf, 4
new games in box 1
used, full size, best offer
813-610-1963

Baseball Pitching Ma-
chine, Arm Thrower,
w/65' enclosure net
good condition, $675
O3BO. 813-973-8128
Spot Advertising Works


450 Sporting
450 Goods

Desert Eagle 50 cal. brush
chrome, $1099. Spring-
field 1911-45 $449. Wl-
son 45 $999. Glock 26 2
mags N/S $449 685-2612
FORREST OUTFITTERS
104W. Reynolds, #5
open 11-5 week-days
9 mm hi-point pistol.
$130.754-1794
GUN SAFE SALE
CHAMPION SAFE
$799. & UP.
Tampa Safe Exchange
S813-935-7233i
HUNTING CLUB needs 2
members to fill lease in
Metter, Ga. $620 ea.
Contact Norman:
813-651-9320

HUNTING CLUB
Taking new Members in
N. Florida. 18,000 + acres.
Contact (813)393-8311
NEW GUN SALES
9mm $120
45$159.99 38Spl$199
Taurus Kimber Ruger
Sam's813-931-8498 Tmpa
Crown 788-2520 Z'hfils
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

Pictureyour home in clas-
sified w/an ad on the Buy-
er's Choice photo page!
POOL TABLE
A Professional Series 4X8
Table with 1" Italian
slate, Ithr pockets,
carved legs. New still in
box. Can deliver setup
1 $1350
813-926-8507
POOL TABLE, Craftmas-
ter, Billiards slate top,
cue sticks, balls & rack
incl. exc cond. asking
$1500 863-858-1395
POOL TABLE, New In Box
Slate, Choice Cloth, Color
TVIin CN $995.BU,
Sel, eusTables.
Robertson Billiards
813-229-2778
Pool Table- Olhausen
quality table, cost $5000
w/cues, rack, balls,
lights & cover, $2,100
S813-642-9922
POOL TABLE-Regulation,
3 piece slate, drop pock-
ets custom Robertson
weight, aramith, mov-
ing first $400 833-7669
RIFLE, Savage 7mm Mag,
BSA, 12x50, sling & case,
like new' $480.
813-641-3071 Iv msg

SAFE Mosler 55X27.5X 22"
like new heavy duty
fireproof, exc condo!
Very reasonable $500
813.391 7745
SCUBA GEAR complete,
Intergated BC, DuraPro
Sys, Beuchat Reg, VTR6,
US Divers Console, dive
bag $400 813-831-9943
The Key To SAVINGS Start
Here in Classified!
TWO WESTMARINE
Inflatable Kayak.
Like new, used 3x.
Both $500 or Each $300.
813-205-6093
Georgia Hunting Lease
1250 acres, maintained
food plots, electric wa-
ter, $1,000 Call (863)
859-0323; 863-581-0593
1 Exercise
451 Equipment

BIKE- Schwinn Pro Spin-
ner Excercise Bike, 1 yr
old, excellent condition,
$400.813-205-6093

BOWFLEX
WANTED
813-994-6930
14531 What's Free I
KITTENS, 10 wks old Tab-
bies and Solid Black,
Litterbox trained.
FREE to good home.
813-707-1845
456 Health
4"" | Products N

*DENTAL PLAN* NA-
TIONWIDE!! $11.95 Indi-
viduals; $19.95 Family.
Free VisionPresciption,
Chiropractic Plan!! In-
cludes: Braces Cos-
metic Dentistry *All
Specialist All Pre-Ex-
istin Covd. (Limited Of-
fer) first Month Free.
Enroll w/$1.00
1-877-536- 4956
**FIRST TIME EVER!***
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!*** Dental Vision -
Prescription Chiro-
p ractic. Satisfaction
Guaranteed!!! Second
Month $11.95/$19.95
www.mybenefit-
splus.com/burns
1-866-292-3698
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!
CallWCS (800)288-9214
ext. 2347.


ARR Health I
456 Products I

ABSOLUTELY NO cost to
you. New power wheel-
chairs, scooters and dia-
betic supplies. Call us
toll free 1-800-843-9199
Day /night to see if you
qualify
HERBALIFE
Independent distributor
Call for products.
727-869-8799
ultimatehealthstore.com
HYDRO Massage bed, Tri-
ple wave action model
the Ultimate dry mas-
sage, Type you see in a
malor Spa. 352-874-7528

Lose Weight Now!
For a free body analysis
Call 888-203-0958
www.adieting4u.com
i nPower
460 Mowers

Dixie Chopper & Lazer
Long Blocks in Stock
750-850 Inst/Guar
Koh V-Twins For ZTR's
Cranks & Cams 236-3363
DIXIE CHOPPERS!!
60" & 72" both in exc
cond. Starting @ $3,800
new 50" $5,500
813-661-9662; 299-5302
Gravely 20H Mower, 60"
cut, Zero Turn Kohler
Magnum 20HP Good
cond. $1750.
813-754-3397
John Deere riding mower,
23hp, 48" cutm1 yr old,
with 5x8 utility trailer.
$2500
813-677-2531
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
Mobile Repair Service
Toro-Scag-Exmark
Bunton-Dixie Chopper
Hydro's-Parts-Engines
Cranks & Cranks 236-3363
v OUR PACKAGES
Save $$ on equipment
for our 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
Sarlo 8 HP Self propelled
mower, 24" cut, Good
condition. $375.
813-754-3397
SNAPPER Riding lawn
mower 12.5 hp electric
start 30" cut. Also Push
Mower, Call 659-2703
after5pm
Tiller, 5H rear tine, $350.
Call 813-810-0237


lAR | Nurseries;
469 | Trees

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"-2' $50;
LIGUSTRUM 45 gal 8'$125
813-748-8640 or 986-3302
Reg#47220672
TROPICALS
Lady & Metallica Palms
2-15 gal. Lic #47226432
727-736-4722
Shipping Available'@
www. classicpalms.com
1480 Dogs I

Afghan To Yorkies

All Puppies Inc
4323 W. ennedy Blvd.
Puppies, access & food.
15% off w/this coupon.
V 813-288-4929V
t- Lic#P0356763 -M
AMERICAN ESKIMO Pure
bread puppies, 8 wksold
& ready to go. All shots,
wormed, hth certs &
micro chipped. $600/ea
863-294-7264
AUST. SHEP. pups, NSDR,
B/Wtri's, ready 7/20/04.
Taking deposits now.
Parents on premises.
$275.813-737-4508

AUSTRAILIAN SHEPHERD
puppies, purebred, par-
ents on prem.$200
(941)377-6016
BICHON PUP AKC, male, 8
wks, parents on prem,
shots & health certs.
$700.863-381-9575
BOSTON TERRIERS, 1-F;
2-M AKC, HIth certs,
shots, champ bkgrnd,
$650-$700 POP Ready
7/23 Taking deps
813-737-9631
BOSTON Terrier Puppies,
only 2 left, 1 male 1 fe-
male, 8 weeks old, par-
ents on premises $300
813-685-6892

BOXER PUPPIES
AKC Fawn M/F health
certs. 706. Read to go.
W 352-303-6315W
BOXER Pups, 8 wks old,
vet checked, ready to
go. Fawn M w/Blk mask,
Brindle F, AKC $500 ea.
813-988-7202








, 26 'oHE COMIER-*JILY 15,2004


1480 Dogs |
Boxer Pups Beautiful AKC
Reg, 5 generation
champs, hand raised,
fawns & flasheys,
Parents on Premises,
Vet v" ready 7/17 $600
727-992-1304, 859-9950
BOXERS- Adult female,
AKC, $300
Fawn
Reducing kennels.
i 352-303-63152
BULL MASTIFF PUPS,
AKC, Champ BL,
Fawns/Brindles. Ready
7/19. $1000-$1200 Stud
avail. 813-335-6704
BULL TERRIER PUPS
AKC great pedigree A
Good homes mandatory
$1200. 941-926-1000
BULL TERRIERS AKC,
adults & puppies, males
& females. Afso stud svc
available.
813-857-7570
CAIRN TERRIER PUPS
AKC. Excellent pet.
Non-shedding. www.
mccartysterriers.com
$700. 352-591-2271.

CHIHUAHUA puppies
white & tan born May
6th, both shots. Readyto
Go. $250 (863) 816-7155
CHIHUAHUA Pups, Small,
Male & Female, Regis-
tered, $400 to $600.
V 727-856-3882
COCKER SPANIEL Pup,
Solid Lite Buff, F, 12 wks,
AKC, Shots Current,
Great with Kids!
$400 -813-855-6505
COCKER SPANIELS 2 lit-
ters 1 lit. black & 1 lit.
buff, reg, vet v ready
now! Parents on prem.
813-886-6433
Corgi Pembroke Puppies,
CKC, $600. Credit Cards
& Debit Cards Accepted.
Call (352)523-1360
or(813)299-1626
CORGI Red male, 6 mos
old, really cute, house-
broken leash trained.
CKC, ali shots inc rabies
$350.813-909-0019
DACHSHUND AKC regis-
tered, miniature 1
Female, B/T Brindle,
$600,1 Male B/T Dapple,
500. Current on shots.
Call 813-741-1181
DACHSHUND- Double
Dapple, 2F/1M, AKC,
health certs, Beautiful.
Ready to go. $600.
352-303-63150
DACHSHUND MINI, Male,
brindle, great breeder,
house broken, very
loving, $400 obo.
813-988-1315
DACHSHUND WIRE-
HAIRED MINIS. Adorable
AKC pups, shots, health
certs. Also young adults.
813-855-5213 evenings.
ENGLISH BULL DOGPUP,
Male, Wht w/Brin. mark.,
show prospect champ.
bloodline, $1,700. Pay
plan.813-653-3355
English Bulldog puppy M,
AKC, hith cert, red &
white.4 months old.
it $1200 -6
813-659-4311 743-8709
ENGLISH BULLDOG Pup-
pies AKC, big & beauti-
ful, 3 males, ready July
31st. Taking deposits.
$1500 ea. 352-636-2380
ENGLISH BULLDOGS, 2
AKC, Champion lined,
Wht/Brd. Spots, Fe-
males, Show parents,
Home raised, Health
Cert. 1 Yr Contract.
Weekly pictures
Sangelsenglishbul,
dogs.com $1,800 Ready
7/15.813-655-4610
English Bulldog Male
puppy, 8 wks, rindle,
AKC, Health certs.
Champ lines. $1200.
813-918-1397
ENGLISH SPRINGER
SPANIEL PUPPIES AKC
health cert. Liver/White
& BIk/White $500 (863)
452-2086
GERMAN SHEPHERD,
AKC large Pups &
adults, rich Colors &
Blacks family oriented.
$650.(239)543-2252
GIANT SCHNAUZERS,
champ bloodline, AKC,
hith guar. great w/kids,
$750. 407-970-2538 or
352-242-0449 Orlando
GOLDEN RETRIEVER AKC
PUPS, M/F shots- hlth
certs, beautiful home
raised babies, $450.
813-975-0821
GOLDEN RETRIEVERS pa-
pered, vetv health
certs $400. Taking de-
posits, ready 7/10.
352-796-7035
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
PUPPIES, Champ
bloodline, light colors,
parents on premises,
$600 ea. 813-874-8333
Great Dane Pups, AKC,
Harlequin & Merle
Taking deposits.
$1,000 & up.
Call 863-859-7176
HAVANESEPOOS $600&1
Male Rat & 1 male Pom,
Coming soon Bichon-
poos. 813-785-2273
247-2285
JACK RUSSELL/RAT Ter-
rier puppies, 6 wks old,
M/F cuties, 1st shots,
$275 cash only taking
deposits 813-982-0134


1480 | Dogs I
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
wormed, vet cert. Block
head, champ. bkgrd.
Pedigrees. Parents/
grandparents on site.
$500 352-307-0772
LAB/Weimaraners Mix
Pups, 8 Months old,
need loving Perm home
adoption fee.
813-231-6001
LABRADOR, English BIk
Puppies, POP, AKC, OFA
certified, Champ Ped.
$500
Call 813-662-2475
LABRADOR Puppies, AKC
reg, block heads, shots,
hlt certs, all Chocolate,
5 M, 4 F. $500.
813-363-3150
LABRADOR PUPPIES,
Yellow& BIk. 1st shots &
AKC reg. $400 ea.
Available July 12th.
813-781-9031
LABRADOR Pups, Choc.
CKC reg, hlth certs,
parents on site taking
dep. Ready 8/5. $350.
352-586-7594,344-2014
LABS Adults 18 mos & up,
all colors. Kennel reduc-
tion. Familypets only.
Priced under $250
(863) 439-5742
LABS, AKC, YELLOW,
Beautiful! Wormed/
Shots, Parents on prem-
ises. Ready 7/8/04. $675.
813-924-8220
LABS CHOCOLATE Pup-
pies, AKC, champion
bloodline, vet checked,
health cert. $450.
813-764-8195 t 877-5373
MALTESE Pups, 10 wks,
champ bloodlines, hith
cert & shots, $900 each.
1 male, 1 female.
941-714-0989 :544-8684
MIN PIN PUPPIES, 2
Chocolate F, tails & dew
claws done. Ready on
6/23/04. AKC, shots
hith certs. $600. Call
Rick, 813-788-1835
PITBULLS, (2) fern. 5 mos
& 1 yr, great w/kids, well
behaved, beautifully
marked, $200 ea.
727-743-1088
PITTBULLS $100 & up.
All colors & ages.
Call 863-859-7176
Pomeranian Pups CKC
reg. 8 wks old, 2 males, 1
fernm health certs/shots
$400 ea 863-676-8035
Lake Whales area
POODLES Toy, AKC reg.
1-apricot male $500.
1-cream fern. $600.8 wks
old, 1st shots, hith cert.
813-621-9224 503-7103
PUG Puppies AKC, fawn
females, 1st shots &
health certs. $500; also
Pom female $300; 863-
884-2123 941-628-2641
RAT TERRIERS UKCI, 8
weeks, small & lovable,
Male/Female health
certificates. $395 each.
Call 813-757-0532
ROTTWEILER PUPS
German Charmpion Blood-
lines, AKC, OFA & DNA.
Huge Block heads!
$400 & up. 352-624-3787
SAINT BERNARD PUPPIES
AKC. Avail 7/5. Both par-
ents present. $550 (352)
332-5215

SCHNAUZERS MINI AKC
If 2m ready! s&p! $350
(813)368-7514
SCOTTISH TERRIERS
Presidents choice!
AKC-APR BIk Brindle
wheatons Vet $300 &
813-659-9337
SHELTIE PUPS, AKC, ch
parents, UTD all shots 3
tri males, 1 blue male,
beautiful, $500-$600.
727-639-3748:647-0489

SHIHETZU PUPPIES
(4) Males
6 wks CKC reg.
813-986-5491
Shih Tzu, Toys, 1 male 1
female, 9 wks, 1stshots
$450-$550
Hudson area
(352) 238-5069
Silky Terriers, taking dep
AKC, M/F, 12 wks & 5
mo, champion parents,
shots, H/C, pup pkg
warr, $700-$800firmincl
spay/neuter. Also 2 yr
old avail $500.
813-662-9195 P04047048
STAMP out ITCHAMA-
CALLITS! Promote heal-
ing & hairgrowth with-
out steroids. Shampoo
with Hapy Jack Itch No
More apply HappyJack
Skin Balms add"one-
kote to food. TSC STORE
813-707-1185
Toy Fox Terrier, 4 r old
male, UKC house
trained, neutered, all
shots, very loving, $400
obo. 813-727-6166
Weimaraner Adorable
Baby Girl looking for
wonderful home &fami-
ly, 6 month old, all shots,
spaedS850.
727-791-4"00430-4444
WESTIES Champion
sired, all shots, spayed
and can be seen at:
www.kenlakes.com
$1,800. (270)759-4556
YORKIE & MALTESE. I
have both breeds. Some
tiny. $550 & Up.
941-322-9563. Cash
Please.
CLASSIFIED WORKS


1480 Dogs I
YORKIE-POOS, adorable
pups! Great house pets,
no shedding & very
lovable. F-$350M-$300.
352-793-1551
YORKIE PUPS, hith -,
blue & gold, cute little
teddy bears! $700/ea
813-653-2797 www.dail-
ingfordollars.com
YORKIE PUPS ready!
health cert, small and
beautiful, 2 males. $575
(813)368-7514

Puppies 4 Sale
Park Ave. Puppy
813-662-2592
Lic# P04062440

WE HAVE PUPPIES
homelesshounds.org
or 727-647-1719
1481 Cats I
BENGALS (2) F (1) M kit-
tens, brown spotted,
brown marble spotted
white Lynx/blue eyes,
HC $390 (727) 992-4544
FEMALE, FREE 4 YRS OLD
DECLAWED LITTER
TRAINED BEST W/SIN-
GLE OWNER (813)
842-2406
Kittens
To Good Homes. Spayed,
neutered, shots,
wormed, tested.
813-254-4975
Persian Kitten, 13 weeks
old, female, tabby
smoke. $350.
813-766-3355.

1482 | Birds
African Grey with cage,
21/2 yrs o(d, prefers
woman, $500 to good
home. 813-996-1338 or
813-886-1121
BIRDS: (Exotic Pets)
Yard, Sale/Swap. The
Ammerman's 4902 No.
C. Taylor Rd. Plant City
btwn exit 22 & 25 via So.
Frontage Rd. off 1-4, Sun
July 18th 9-5 813-752-2230
Breeder Bird Sale. Nu-
merous birds & cages,
large and small. Breeder
boxes. 727-741-7370,
727-741-0795.
COCK-A-TIELS, xl Yellow,
xl Grey, sold with Cage,
$95. Love Birds, x2, with
Cage, $85.
ll 813-831-6785
PARROT, sulfur crested
cockatoo, 6 months, ex-
tremely sweet, loveable
w/ large new iron cage
$1500 obo 813-792-1866
484 Misc Pets I
484Services

2 POOPED 2 SCOOP?
yardguardsondoody.com
is TB's premiere
pooperscoopers.
We take crap...seriously!
813-657-9797
AQUARIUM SETUPS (2).
Tank, base and all fish.
38 gal. F Back agx, $250.
48 gal. F Back agx, $300.
U move. 813-651-0861.
RABBITS*BABYS
(4H Club) Min. breds cag-
es supplies 941-
776-5982,813-841-9047
Uramastics Lizards, very
friendly. 3 for sale @ $30
each. 813-659-1512
14981 Estate Sales


MUST
$WELL
PLANT CITY 4504 Miley
Rd, Sat & Sun 7/17 & 18
8am til ? Prices marked
low. Must Sell, Rain or
Shine
499 Garage, Yard
S Sales, Etc.
Brandon
1000 FAMILY
GIANT FLEA MARKET
GARAGE-YARD SALE
Our Annual Sale is the
largest in the Brandon
Area. Thousands of
clothes, furntoys, tools,
electronics, etc. from
parish families. OpenJu-
yl15-17 at 9AM. Yard
sale 7/17 only 8AM. St
Francis of Assisi Church.
CR 579 across from
Walmart
LITHIA Fri & Sat 7/16
&17th 8am-? 10815 Lith-
ia Pinecrest Rd, 2 Tod-
dler racecar beds, Baby
Clothes & Assor, Mater-
nity, 32" TV, Sealife art-
work, Cow Kitch Decor
PLANT CITY 1013 Pleas-
ant Acres Dr Hwy 92 E
behind Rinker Cements,
Sat 7/17,8am-3pm,
Bab & Kids clothing
Ch'ds Car bed, Lots of
Misc Items
PLANT CITY, 1209 Branch
Acre Dr, Fri & Sat 7/16 &
17, Children clothing,
toys, & Misc Item
PLANT CITY, 210 W.
Karppe Rd, Sat & Sun
17th & 18th, 7am-4pm, 3
Families with lots of
clothes, plus sizes to
small, furniture & More
PLANT CITY 2706 Wilder
Reserve Dr, Sat 7/17,
7am til ?. Computer
desk Lots of Misc Items
CLASSIFIED WORKS


S IGarage, Yard
499 Sales, Etc.



MOVIG

PLANT CITY 3010 Bar-
rett Ave, Sat 7/17, Mov-
ing/Garage Sale. Toys,
Clothes, Household,
Kitchen, home decor &
misc items
PLANT CITY 3701 S.
Heathcoe Rd, Fir 7/16,
Clothing boys sz 10,
young gir adolescence,
Odds ends & Misc
Items
PLANT CITY, 4104 Long-
fellow Drive, Sat 7/17,
7:30-11:30 Children
clothing, household
items Kitchen appli-
ance, dishes & MORE

C.SAOf


PLANT CITY 4222 N Wil-
der Rd, Fri & Sat 7/16 &
17.2 sets of sliding glass
doors, plus lots of misc
items
PLANT CITY 4502 W.
McGee Rd, Fri 7/16,
8am-4pm Children
cloths, household &
Misc items



PS88ST!..,
PLANT CITY COMMUNI-
TY CONVALESCENT
CENTER, 2202 W. Oaks
Ave, Sat 7/17 8am-12
noon. Lots of Misc Items
PLANT CITY. Next To New
Consignment giant50%
off safe. July i9th 31st.
All clothes, shoes &
handbags. 109 West
Reynolds, 719-8922.
PLANT CITY, St. Clement
Catholic Church. 1104 N.
Alexander St. Fri 7/16 &
Sat 7/17, 8am-noon.
Mens, women
children clothing, all
sizes. 5 per bag. Many
household items, furn,
decorative items.
Come Early!
PLANT City, Walden Lake,
Forest Park 3017 Spring
Hammock Dr, Fri &Sat
7/16& 17 & 7-12, CLEAN-
ING OUT THE HOUSE
SALE washer dryer,
dishwasher, LOTS &
LOTS of little girl stuff,
clothes, toys, play
house, rocking chair V,
bookcase, grill & MORE
500-549
Farmer's Market

Inn I Fruits & I
500u Vegetables

Green Peanuts, Mon-Fri
8am-lpm, end of
Galligher Rd, S. of 1-4
813-918-0774
Southwestern Produce
Co. Monthly Vegetable
Sale will be Friday &
Saturday, July 16th &
17th at 1510 W. Sydney
Road in Plant City.
Available items: Baby
Butter Beans, Pole
Beans, Green Beans,
Speckled Butter Beans,
Zipper Peas, Blackeyes,
Pinkeyes, Butter Peas,
Crowder Peas, Green
Peas, White Acre Peas,
Mixed Peas, Conk Peas,
White & Yellow Corn,
Cream White & Yellow
Corn, White Cob Corn,
Okra, Squash, Broccoli,
Cauliflower, Brussel
Sprouts, Collard,
Mustard & Turnip
Greens Spinach, Mixed
Vegetables, Soup Blend
Mix, Blueberries,
Bl ackbe rries,
Raspberries, Jumbo
Green Peanuts &
PEACHES. All items
shelled, blanched &
frozen, ready for your
freezer. Most items $14
per bushel. Call & place
your order 813-754-1500
or 813-757-0096 M-F
8am-Spm to pick up on
July 16th & 17th,
8am-Spm.
510 Farm Equip. I
2002 Stock Trailer, 12x6,
Bumper Pulln Grey,
Electric Brakes,
t- $2,500 OBO-
0 813-685-4301 ,
4-Horse Trailer + 10'
camper, 35' overall
Gooseneck. Late 70s
model, good cond.$1800
obo. -813-817-2612
FORD 1994 1720 Tractor
diesel, good condition.
Good small tractor for
mowing. $6250.
813-752-9212
KUBOTA tractor 25HP,
2WD, 327 hours
barn kept $6500 obo.
813-996-2968
TRACTOR MF35, gas, with
mower, disc, fertilizer
sprdr, runs great, also
spare 35 parts Tractor.
All $3,500.813-962-7807
TRACTOR, model 1250 Ol-
iver with 5' mower, ap-
proximately 50HP, die-
sel, $2,500 obo. Call
(352)796-9447
Check Out Cars/Trucks in
today Classified section!


I525 Horses &
5" Livestock
Beautiful Gray TB Geld-
ings, 16.2. Dressage &
Hunter prospects. No
vices, sound. $2,500
each. (813)961-3362
Palamino Walker Geld.,
17H, $1,500. Belgium
Mare and more
GREAT SUMMER FUN!
Call (813)973-4736
TRAILER 2001 Dream-
coach Platinum Series
GN Custom 3 horse slant
8x10 tack rm with elec&
AC. Numerous custom
options. Immaculate.
Retail $24K Reduced to
$20K. 813-716-3794
HERD of Black Angus and
black/white face cows
calving now. Also black
Angus bull. Call:
850-878-2571* 510-4854
CATTLE
54 head bred Mama Cows
$750/each, 2 black bulls,
950 each.
813-621-2214 505-7047
BEEF CALVES FOR SALE
Weaned, On Feed,
Vaccinated, 3-8 mos old.
$300-$400 ea. Delivery
Avail 863-581-5322
TENNESSEE Walking
Horse, 2'/2 year old,
Chestnut mare, Champi-
on Bloodline. $2800.
813-986-2531
Full, partial pasture
boarding available.
Grassy pastures, les-
sons camps & training
available. 813-695-5561
SHEEP, GOATS & RAM,
raised locally, naturally
fed, all colors, males &
females, Lutz, call Mike
813-294-9797
526 Pastures &
526 Stalls

BOARDING
NEW Horse Boarding Fa-
cility large broodmare
stalls, automatic water,
concrete center isle,
walk out area, daily pas-
ture turn out available.
$225-$275. ALSO pas-
ture boarding available
$180.813-986-2531


Recreation


I I Motor Homes
560 R. V's
22' 1985 Toyota Shasta,
sleeps 4, 15-17 MPG,
fridge, stove, micro-
wave, good AC $6000
obo.813-924-1445
29' Itasca 17K Mi, Very
Good Cond, $29,000 OBO
Willing to accept late
model, low milage auto
in partial trade
813-251-6543
30' 2003 SAFARI TREK,
Workhorse W-22 Allison
trans, kitchen slide, 10k
mi, painted exterior, no
decals, elec patio. aw-
ning, window awnings,
rain sensor fans, 4k gen,
elec sun visors, jacks,
backup camera, non-
smoking, no pets, clean.
ALSO 2003 Saturn, white
L200 4 dr, auto, 10k mi,
Road Master tow bar
hidden brackets, SMi
aux brake. Package
$112,000.813-633-7554.
31' Four Winds 1999
Hurricane no slide, 17k
mi. Ford V-10, Gen. 45
hrs, self contained,$38K
&tow dolly 727.784.1017
33' 1989 SOUTHWIND 38K
orig, sleeps 6, 3 AC's,
oen. gn Serta mattress.
'ceo Rv. cean ine,d,.
A .ki q $ 1l,5,00 L m[z "_ r
$20,060. sl61854]584 I
33' Allegro MH Rebit Eng
All the options Dual AC
OBed leveler Awng Gen-
erator Big needs TLC 1st
5k 352-428-9189
35' Gulfstream 2000 25o
below NADA, 2 slides,
completely equipped,
extended warranty.
Owner financing.
$60,000. 941-730-5134 or
chitincorp@aol.com
36' 1998 Bounder, tag, 1
slide, washer & dryer,
S/S refrig. w/ice maker,
26K mi. Chevy 454 eng.
$56,000. (813)641-2346
40' 1990 BOUNDER,
Low miles new paint
refrig, A/C, excellent
condition $25,000.
813-783-1047
42' 2002 AFFINITY
Country Coach 'Bed &
Breakfast" 505Shp, 10k,
2 slides, loaded w/op-
tions. $369K obo Steve
@ 954-709-0946 or
Dominic 954-822-7535
45'Prevost Royale
1998 By Monaco. Detroit
Series 60 ISS. Gorgeous
inside & out, too many
features to list, garaged.
Call for spec. sheets &
pictures. $375,000/OBO.
St Pete 727-515-8995.
26' GMC, 2 door custom
Transmode/Sleeps 6, 6
whls indep susp, FWD
rare $64,900 obo
813-645-9203
I Campers &
5 21 Travel Trlrs

21' TAURUS, 1977, good
condition, asking $2200.
Must sell! 813-681-8223


562 Campers &
Travel Trlrs
24' 1994 Prowler by Fleet-
wood newa/c&awning
Q bed, micro matching
furniture, ultra clean.
$6900 813.677.0029
24' 1999 Dutchmen,
Like New,
$8,500 obo
813-677-47420
24' 1999 Shasta Flite 5th
wheel w/slide sleeps 6,
fully equipped self con-
tained $8,000
813-653-9503
25' FLAGSTAFF by Forest
River 2000 T.T. Utlalite,
excellent condition, non
smoker kept under
shelter, $8,900 OBO.
Call 813- 689-4189
28' 1971 Airstream, Pergo
firs, good condition, ac
works well! $6000 obo.
Call to see: 813-267-6005

29' '92 Wilderness, fully
self contained, all opt,
stableized jacks, sleeps
8, rear bunks, elec.jack.
$4,600.813-376-6104
30' 2001 Luxury By Design
TT sleeps 6, tv, self con-
tained, excellent cond, 3
way refrig/freezer AC
never smoked in $12,500
OBO. 863-838-7301
31' Hi-Lo 1998, Model
WBS with slide-out. Too
many options to men-
tion. Like new cond.
$18,900. Call 689-2730
32' Holiday Rambler '94,
5th whl, slideout, hard
wood frs, tw beds, duct
A/C, mor-rydesusp. sys,
xtras. '95 F250 Ford, 460
eng, 77K mi., aux trans,
aux fuel tank new
Mitchelin tires. All 1
owner & custom ordered.
All exc. cond. $27,500.
813-949-4569
32' Sandpiper 1995, bum-
per pulled, sleeps 6,
slide-out, good cond.
Self-cont. $8999 obo.
813-731-4407/731-4412
40' Franklin 2003,3 slide-
outs, sip 6, CHA, W/D,
DW, awn, non-smoker
tri-axle, exc cond
$21,500.813-391-3228
GIANT 2004 MODEL
CLEARANCE SALE! Na-
tions #1 Selling RV
Brands. Ask About
$5,000 Cash Rebate! GI-
ANT RECREATION
WORLD-Melboume-
(800)700- 1021- Dayto-
na-(800)893 -2552; Or-
lando-(800)654-8475.
www.grwrv.com
I Recreational
564 Rental

NEW COLEMAN POPUP
Campers available for
rent. A/C, sink, stove,
frig. For reservations
call Lynn 813-546-1827
1565 | RV Storage I
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Morris Bridge Road,4mi
N. of Cross Creek blvd.
RVs, boats autos etc.
$35+/mo. 813-866-5533

Fowler & 1-75
RV's/Boats etc. Security,
$50/mo
813-986-3094
South Bay RV & Boat
Storage -Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000
C'wood RV/Boat storage.
Sec pkg w/24 hr access,
bright night lighting &
wash area. From $35
813-968-4991; 505-2803
8 ISwimming
580 Pools & Spas

A-1 SPAS
Hot Summer Deals!
C SAVE$$$$T-
* SpaShowroomSpecial
4 Seater Complete $1,995
5SeatLounger Pkg2,495
Many Morew/fiber-
optic lighting waterfalls,
volcano jets, hotseats!*
* Spa covers from $199
Cover lifters$189*
9017 ADAMO DRIVE
SW Corner Hwy 301 & 60
I 813-623-99971

HOTTUBNewseats5 5hp
lots of jets, all digital,
blower ozone, party lite
waterfall, Cost $7K sacri-
fice $2500 813-966-2362

I BUY USED SPAS
& SELL USED SPAS W/
WARR. I MOVE SPAS
Call (813)625-0165 24/7
POOL HEATERS FACTO-
RY DIRECT: Solar, Heat
Pump or Gas. Complete
do-it-yourself pool heat-
erkits. Phone quotes, in-
stallation available in
most areas.
1-800-333-9276, ext 501
www.solardirect.com
Lic #CWC029795, In-
sured. Dealer inquiries
welcome.
SPA, 5-person w/lounger,
therapy ets, light, never
used, full warranty.
S$1,675
12 (813)766-157119
Spa/Hot tub- 4-5 person
with lounger. 5Shp,
shoulder, back & hip
jets. Cedar cabinet,
underwater light,
warranty. Retails $4300,
sac $1500 813-247-2892


580 I Swimming
SPools & Spas
SPA/HOT TUB 5 Person
lounger, Shp. Loaded
with shoulder, hip back
& neck jets. Cabinet,
lights. Never used. War-
ranty. Retail $4295, Sac-
rifice $1650.
888-222-3809
SPA/HOT TUB
6 person portable w/ his
& her lounger. 5hp, full
warranty. $1650
727-858-5185
SPA! HOTTUB!
4-5 Person, Deluxe
Therapeutic, Full
Warranty, Sacrifice
$1650 813-230-7782
SPA! Overstocked!
New 7-Person spa! Load-
ed! Includes cover, de-
livery & warranty.
$2999, was $5999.
888-397-3529.
SPA! Overstocked! New 7
person spa-Loaded! In-
cludes cover, delivery &
warranty. $2999, was
$5999 888-397-3529.
S Saunas a
581 1Tanning I
Equip
Tanning Beds, x2,
Sunstar $3,000 each or
both for $5,6000.
Call (813)695-2160

533 Vehicles

(2) Yamaha Jet Skiis.1996
Wave Blaster 701cc,
very fast custom paint,
high performance. 1993
Waverunner 500cc,
great for kids.-Both run
strong. Both in very
good cond. 2 place per-
ormance trailer w/ dia-
mond plate box, new
batteries, factory cov-
ers. $3800 obo. Call for
info 813-643-5258
YAMAHA2000SUV1200
4 seat, w/trailer only 50
hrs. $6000.
pwcsuv.v3.net
813-926-5821
1996 TIGER SHARK
Rebuilt Motor, Runs
Great, New Vinyl
w/MagiceTilt Trailer.
$2050.813-969-0895
1993 Tiger Shark,
excellent condition,
includes 2003 Trailer.
$1,799 OBO
813-277-4847
2003 Polaris Freedom,
never been used. Comes
w/ trailer. Ready to go.
$5800.813-885-5325

1584 Boats |
14' Pontoon, 2004, Solar
Electctrc motor, all new
concept. Must see.
$3200 with trailer & Bim-
ini. 1-800-804-8531
17' 1995 Carolina Skiff
Exc. Cond, 40hp eng.fish
finder, live well, pulling
platform, Magic Tilt trFr
$500 OBO813-839-0518
17'1996 Starcraft Alumi-
num Bass boat. 60hp
mercury, trolling motor,
depth finder, $4400 obo.
813-621-0620
17' Cape Horn, Yamaha
130HP, GPS, alum. slide
on trailer, jack plate,
AM/FM & more. $Ilk
OBO 813-239-7427
17.5' Action Craft Flat
Boat 92, 175 1997 Evin-
rude Intruder, trailer,
exc cond, extras $14,500
OBO.863-660-2887
17FT Fisher Hawk 1999
SC 2000 mercury 60h
1999 Fisher Trailer, 1998
Nissan 9.8 Kicker motor.
Burgundy cover, all the
toys. Never been in salt
water. $11,500 OBO.
(813)788-9851
or(352)458-0267
18' 2002 PALM BEACH
Whitecap 181, 115hp
Yamaha, biminitop, exc.
cond. $15,500.
813-286-2223
18' '88 Searay Seville
Bowrider, 4.3L V6 I/O,
seats 7, galv. trlr, many
new parts custom cov-
ers, only 225 orig. hrs,
great cond must sell,
$3900obo. 813-230-4825'
18' Searay Bowrider 2001.
135hp Merc Cruiser, I/O
(low hrs). Like new
condo. inside/out, Gar-
min fish/depth finder,
compass, marine radio,
new battery w/ on-off
switch, all req. CG
equip., bow & cockpit
canvas, biminy top +
mooring cover. Clarion
AM/FM/CD, Shoreland'r
single-axle drive-on
trailer w/ spare.
$13,000. 813-988-3439.
19' 1994 Sail Fish DC, 120
Hp, GMC Jack Plate 200
Hours, S/S Prop, Moor-
ing Cover, Bimini, FF, GG
Pkg, Galv TIr, $6,800
813-967-5767
19' 1999 Pro Line Center
Console, 2002 150 Merc
EFI w/low hrs inci alum
trir, possible electronics
$15K obo 813-245-9785
19' Ski Supreme 1985
inboard, bimini top, 351
engine, new interior
w/[tlrailler, $6,000
813-948-1574
20' 1987 Wellcraft w/87
OMC drive, 125 HP out-
board w/dbleaxle,
aluminum float on trailer.
$4000 obo. 813-267-0204


1584 I Boats I
20' Wellcraft Classic '87
Bowrider, seats 8, ski/
cruise a-1 cond, picts:
gatorsick@aol.com
$4,950obo 813-968-6154
21' 1996 Wahoo flats boat,
'96 175 Johnson C:e.an
Runner w/low hrs. Gar.
min GPS, Lowrance
depth sounder, Great
white motorguide troll-
ing mtr Ig bait wells,
lots of storage. Float On
Alum. Trir., loaded. Ga-
rage kept. Exc. con.
$17,500(863)646-3705
21' '99 Cent Cons. Legacy,
150HP, VHF, FF, SS prop,
Bim. top, Iv-well, cover,
new tdm trlr, $14,900.
Call 813-988-7264
21.5' Master Craft 205V,
Brand new, fact. warr,
fully loaded incl. trailer
& cover. $34.5K obo,
trade ok. 813-493-3337
22'Chris Craft, 1995, large
cuddy, 225 horse 10
sink, wash off, full
camper head, low
hours, like new, has ev-
erything, $16,950.
813-973-8105,963-5500.
22' Glasstream Bowrider,
w/out trailer, Merc
cruiser V-6, ss prop,
looks & runs great $5500
obo 727-643-7274
23' 2001 Maxum 2300SR,
80hrs, inside porta-
potty, excellent condition
in & out, $21900 A Steal!
Frank 813-727-7278
24' 2004 Pontoon Live
well, GPS/Fish fndr full
instr. panel, only 7hrs,
50HP Yamaha, Alum trlr
$13K obo 813-355-6339

24'BAYLINER 1987
W/TRAILER, $5,000
813-968-7502
24' MONTEREY deck boat,
all available options, 76
hrs, 250HP, alum trailer.
Exc cond. $27,000 obo.
863-559-4624
24' Pontoon Boat with 85
HP Motor $1500 OBO.
813-737-1389
24FT Wellcraft Arruba,
1987,Vortec '01 Eng, '02-
2 prop OD, cabin sleeps
6, fridge, stove, head.
$12,500. (813)238-9719
25' 1989 Wel craft Coastal
WAC 1996 225 Johnson
aluminum trailer, rigged
for 'diving, SSP, $11,750
813-685-9229
25' 1999 Sport-Craft WA
cuddy cabin, 5.7 EFI Bra-
vo Drive, low, low, low hrs,
stored out of water,
loaded!! Pristine! Fish &
Pleasure. Must sell
$28,000 813-689-6099
25 ft Wellcraft Sport fish-
erman. Cuddy cabin
1991 model with 2000
twin EFI Mercury en-
gines. Great shape.
eady to fish. $27,500.
Call 352-347-4470
26.8' 2002 Colbalt 8.1 GXP
DP Volvo penta, low
hours loaded. Beautiful
boat! Mustsell. Make of-
fer. Serious ingq only.
813-258-0624
30'Custom Craft, Scarab
hull, twin 235hp Evin-
rudes(1 brand new, re-
built, 0 hrs) T-top, cen-
ter consofe, tr-axle
trailer. $11,000 obo. 813
-855-5325 727-942-0629
31' 2004 Larson Cabrio
310, lift kept, loaded
Garmin GPS, a/c, 2
refrig, head w/ shower
fully equip galley, full
canvas, windlasst twin
Volvo 5.7 MPI, 50 hours,
ext warranty until 2010,
gen, Sirius stereo, First
Mate Gold LCD TV/DVD,
$109,000. 13-672-1679
31' SEARAY Sundancer
1990 Wide body, Fresh-
water Only, Twin 5.71,
New electric Head, Huge
forward & aft cabin,
sleeps six, call for more
$41,900 (612) 239-3815
34FT 1988 Wellcraft Gran
Sport, twin 454 A/C,
alc/elec range, at cab-
in, full camper canvas.
$28,000.813-493-6184
35' Fountain Lightning
2001, Twin 592 cu. inc
500HP engs, exc cond,
very low hours (70),
$145,000.843-514-0854
1r Boat Slips -
585 Storage

Priv. boat slip & lift w/ re-
mote control & work
plat. 14K lb. cap. 32'D,
6'W. Concrete floating
docks @ Grand View
condo across from Fo-
rum. Must be Harbor Isl.
resident. $60,000. Call
Bill at 251-929-1739
South Bay RV & Boat
Storage -Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000
Dock Rental Holds upto
35' Boat. NEW PRIVATE
Dock, Sea Pines Hudson
- 50' to deepest main
channel 518-368-4242
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+ /mo. Secured loc'n
813-684-9171
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Morris Bridge Road.4mi
N. of Cross Creek Blvd.
RVs, boats, autos, etc.
$354-+/mo. 813-866-5533
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585 Boat Slips -
85 Storage

Carrollwood Outside
Storage! All boats/RVs
welcome. Secure facility/
24 hr acc. Reasonable
rates. 813-505-2803
Marine
586 Supplies &
Repairs
IMPERIAL YACHT BASIN
5000 Gandy Blvd. Tampa
50% DISCOUNT
ON ALL PARTS
PARTS DEPT
Full Stock, Partial Stock
Mercruiser, Volvo Penta,
OMC Crusader,
Chrysler, Marine Power,
Pleasure Craft,
Westerbeke, ONAN,
Kohler, Jabsco, Johnson,
Sherwood, Globe,
Morse, Meg, Teleflex,
Wixk Fram, apa, Groco,
PerKo, Racor, Sendore,
Rule Osco, Ancor,
Hubbell, atwood,
Taylor, Orion, Barr,
Sierra, Aqua Power,
GLM, AC, Maptech,
Seafit, Tempo, Raritan,
Michigan, Seachoice,
Lubricants, Bennett,
CFC, Cole Hersey, Sun
Coast, Arco, Gates, NGK,
Champion, Prestolite,
Starbrite, 3M,
Rochester Mallory,
Collinite, Lubriguard,
Interlux, Pettit,
Typhoon, Quicksilver,
Buss
1999 Mercury250 EFI XXL,
Complete with all
controls and gages,
400 hours, perfect
condition, runs great,
$7200 obo. 813-966-5534
E-Z LOADER, 17'-20', galv.
bunk trailer, T-4000
powerwench, newtires,
new springs, new
humps, new rollers, new
axil, $800,813-831-4052
BOAT TRAILER 1999
24/26' Aluminum Tan-
dem axle w/ brakes and
spare tir tire $1500 obo.
81r3-966-5534
1988? 235HP Evinrude,
not new not pretty,
$1.200.
runs good.a tio
Call (727)439-0707
19'-21'Aluminum tandem
axil boat trailer, 1995,
good cond. $500 obo.
813-232-2924

2000 90HP Yamaha with
controls/gauges, 2
props, exc condo, well
maintained $3000.
813-245-8222
OUTBOARDS, Inboards,
Lower Units, Outdrives,
Rebuilt & Used, Call for
good Prices.
3 83-621-01071
1587 | Sailboats
13.5' 1988 LASER
w/trailer, gray & red
stored in garage until
this yr. asking $1450.
S813-856-0393
15' 1999 Hobiecat Wave
with trailer, excellent
condition, $2000.
813-361-7057
30' 1981 Cruising Catama-
ran Catch Rig, Needs
work. $20,000 OBO.
772-631-0647

600-649
Transportation

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I Il Services I
EXPRESS LONG DIS-
TANCE MOVING to New
York, New England, & all
states in between. Cus-
tomer rated A+. Air rid(
trucks. Free estimates &
friendly service. Reloca-
tion Specialists. (Lic
#MC299938)
1-800-941-3767.
Engine & Transmissions
Installed. Best Prices.
Repairs or Replaced.
George's Automotive
813-231-2333
Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
CHEVY Race parts BBC
Stefs Oil Pan w/ Pump &
Pick up $225; Strange 9"
Ford center section w/ 2
sets of axles $1200; 4200
Watt Coleman Genera-
tor $400; Alky 1250 Dom-
inator By Rupert $950;
BBC Valve springs for
roller cam $200; C+A
BBC .250 long rods $450
941-954-8876
MOPAR 340 short block
built with 10.5.1 pistons
$950. Barry,
813-661-0159

Take Control, New GPS,
Monitor Anywhere.
autowatchers.com
or call 813-841-3520
Affordable, Many Options
TOPPER 6' LOW/PROFILE
F/Ranger;cndy/apple
red-sliding windows
$45000B(813)376-9215

TOPPER for Dodge Dako-
ta, Amber Fire, 1 year
old, $500. Class III hitch,
$50. Call 813-783-9122

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1 Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z, guaranteed
work. Installation
available & everything
else. Call Rob for
prices: 813-610-1535

627 Utility
Trailers
2004 Haulmark Lowt
Hauler, 14', Ed.e .
Interior Pk. Used Once.
Tandem Axil, $5,950.
813-251-0738
40'xlO' Construction
trailer rooms inci bath-
room & AC, used as of-
fice in hanger 2 yrs
$4,650 813-390-2802
NEW-HD-trailers. 2000 &
35001b axles, new 15"
tires, PT floors, 4' ramp
gate. 4x8 $535,5x8 $625,
5x10 $695,5x10 2' mesh
side $795, 6x12 2' mesh
$950.
Other sizes avail 926-7662
OUR SPECIALS
You can afford the best,
a Wells Cargo enclosed
trailer. Gator Power
813-977-5000

SR29 i Trucks Light.

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 1996 S10 Vtec V6,
114k miles 4x4 A/T,
cold AC, PS/PB, tilt,
cruise, V clean. $3999
firm. 813-477-4673
CHEVY 1996 S10 VR2,
Black Gray int, 100K mi,
fully loaded, exc cond.
$5,500.813-927-7715

CHEVY 1998 S-10 LS ext.
cab, 3rd dr, auto, V6,
A/Cd alum. whis, CD,
loaded sharp, pewter,
73K, $6500813-994-2600
CHEVY 2000 S10 pickup
w/ext cab & 3rddr, 4.3
V6 auto AC CD tilt
bdlner, 27K mi $160,250.
Mint cond. 813-642-6104
CHEVY 2000 Silverado LS,
V6, white, buto, air, ste-
reo, 2 tones paint, 106K
miles, looks/runs new,
$7700.813-334-1111
Dodge 1997 Ram Sport
4xf 80k mi body Engine
199& Magnum 5.3L w/
24K ml. PS, PB,4spd HD
Auto. Reg. cab. short
custom aircraft alum.
bed. Many extras.
$10,500813-681-6911
DODGE 1998 RAM SST
alarm, new Michelin
tires, cap & liner, exc
cond. $6900 obo.
813-503-8875
Dodge 2003 Ram 1500,
regular cab, 5 spd blue,
6,500 miles AC $14 700
813-245-7996 or'
245-8770
FORD 1979 F150 302 En-
gine $1200. Also Chevy
1991 S-10 Pick-Up $1200.
737-1155
FORD 1995 XLT Extended
Cab, 107,800 mi, Full
pwr clean many new
pars, Asking 5,995
OBO Call 727-579-7286
FORD 1997 F-150 XLT LAR-
IAT, ext cab, 2 wheel
drive, leather, loaded
CD 5.4 liter, V-8, 81,000
miles, excellent condi-
tion. Have maintenance
records, $9900. 813-752-
1177N OR 813-929-4850
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 1996 Hard body
4x4 Pickup Truck.
Asking $2 800
Call 727-846-9717
NISSAN 2001 Frontier SC,
V6, auto, silver, leather,
runs perfect, full load-
ed, moonroof, $15,995
OBO. Call 813-810-1863
TOYOTA 1986 PICK-UP,
4x4 22R EFI engine, long
bed, tool box good
shape, runs good. $1800.
813.368.1614
TOYOTA 2001 TACOMA
like new, 13K mi 6 cyl,
auto 4 WD on fly, reg
cab, bed hard cover, lin-
er, and extender. Impe-
rial jade, gray int, tinted
wins, das board sun ab-
sorber trailer hitch.
$14,500. 813-907-9595
Appt Only.
63n Trucks.
6,30 Heavy Duty

CHEVY 1993 KODIAK
DUMP TRUCK 34,000
GVW, heavy, duty, 73K
ml e.-cIlnt condition.
i. 1 13-831-5530
When you read Classified
it's. HELLO...GOOD BUY!


Trucks.
630"" Heavy Duty I

FORD 1993 F350 Dually,
flatbed, 7.3 diesel. Ex-
cellent running condi-
tion. $7000.
813-671-9096
FORD 2001 F350 XL, power
stroke diesel, super du-
ty. 55K mIle:,. efra cab.
Ilai bed. du311y, 5,ipa.
$22 995 813928-25l

630BI 4-Wheel I
I Drive
JEEP 1985 CJ7,14" lift 40"
tires + spare, hardtop,
steel doors, new uphol.
Must see to appreciate
$11K obo. 813-719-0282
JEEP 1995 WRANGLER blk,
4 cyl, 5 spd, soft top no
air, rebuilt motor, 90%
rubber. Nice Condition.
$4500 813-626-5375
NISSAN 1986 HARD BODY
PICK UP 4x4, AC new
tires, shocks, radiator,
152K, 1 owner, exc cond,
$2,600.813-962-1351
16311 Vans
CHRYSLER 1997 Town 'N
Cntry LXI, Ithr seats,
capt. chrs, CD/cass, du-
al AC 2 slide DR's, very
clean $4995 813-361-9066
DODGE 1994 Ram 150 Car-
go Van, PS, PB, auto,
cold AC, new tires, 184k
well maintained $4006
obo 813/962-4020
DODGE 2002 RAM Cargo
Van 1500 white auto,
A/C, wheel based
127.6" 24K $12,850, like
new 813-917-9403
DODGE 2003 Caravan SE
only 1500 mi. all pwr,
auto, V6, $15,999.
CREAM PUFF
813-917-1971
FORD 1997 E350 Extended
Van excellentwork van,
white, bins, ladder
racks, new tires, new
rear end, recent tune-
up 274k, painting van.
$5900 (813)956-4546
FORD 1998 Windstar, dual
A/C, pwr windows, mir-
rors, locks, fact. install
tint wind. seats 7, $3950.
813-960-5600:404-5657
FORD 1999 E-150 CON-
VERSION VAN 43K mi,
American Van Flagship
Pkg, White, Tan Leather,
TV/VCP, Nintendo 64, 2
CD Stereos $18,000,
Luxury Must See! (813)
855-9585
FORD 2000 E150 Cargo
van, auto, cold AC, V6,
20k mi on rebuilt motor
& trans. Have papers.
Blue w/grey int $4300.
813-986-1709 874-3197
FORD
2000 WINDSTAR LX
green, a/c, very clean, ex-
cellent condition! 70k
mi, $7800 813-453-0993
FORD 2001 E250 Cargo
Van Work bins, new
tires, low mileage, exc
shape. $11,000.
813-671-9096
FORD 2001 Windstar LX
dual AC, sliding DR's,
fully loaded, CD/cass.
extra clean, 59K mi.
$8490 813-514-1809
PLYMOUTH 1988 Voyager
van. Good Running
cond. $700 obo.
813-545-5318.00839-2122

PLYMOUTH 2001 Voyager
light green, 60K miles,
super, exc. cond., clean
$7450 813-545-9279

TOYOTA 1991 Previa LE
alarm, all power, capi
chairs, new brakes, 2
sunroofs, good cond,
$3000.813-960-0591
TOYOTA 1999 SIENNA
VAN, 5 door, XLE, Black,
52K mi. $13,900.
(813)781-7958

q Sport Utility

Acura 2003 MDX w/ navi-
gation. 6K mi, beige ext
an thr int,3.5L V6, auto.
No kids/pets, exc cond.
$36,500813-263-9145
BMW 2001 X5 4.4i 46K
miles silver w/ black
Ithr, fully loaded, new
tires, excellent cond.,
$35,344.314-452-4405
CHEVY 1999 Blazer, load-
ed Ithr sunrf, class 3
hitch 2WD, 4WD, &AWD
sys. Exc. cbnd. 67K mi.,
$11,600.813-891-9110
CHEVY 1999 Tahoe 2dr
4x4 Black, LS, Leather,
Totally Loaded, Chrome
Rims etc, 78K Mi
$15,500 1727-481-1216
CHEVY 2002 Trailblazer
white, exc cond, new
battery & brakes, tow
power, fact. warr.
Ii 368-1616 $19,000
CHEVY 2004 Tracker 4X4
only 6K mi
4dr, loaded, 1 owner
$12,900.813.833-2733
DODGE 2004 Durango
w/5.7 Hemi eng., 2000
m, Ithrseats, alFoptions
w/CD. $26,000 Car in
Tampa 706-289-5607
FORD 1993 Explorer XLT, 4
doors, original owner,
auto everything, cold
ac, runs & looks great.
$2950 813-707-1188
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I Sport Utility
632 Vehicles i

FORD 1996 BRONCO Ed
Bauer, 92K mi, 5.8L,
auto, showroom cond!
Fully loaded. 1 owner
$11,700813-767-7267
FORD 1997 Expedition Ed-
die Bauer 4x4, Ithr,
moonroof, boards, load-
ed! 1 owner. Burgundy
140K $9750 813-651-0062
FORD 1999 EXPEDITION
EB Green/tan 4WD,
AWD, 5.4L, V8, Loaded.
Tow Package 107k mi.
$13,000obo 813.690.8889
FORD 1999 Explorer
Sport, auto power
everything, 50k mi. runs
great, cold air,CD,$9500
813-541-5281
Ford 1999 Explorer Sport.
White, 2 dr, auto, ac, cd,
122K mi, runs great.
With trailer hitch. $4900
obo 813-495-3642
FORD 2002 EXPEDITION
EDDIE BAUER, Red, Tan
Ithr interior, 3rd seat,
ext warr, 56K mi.
$19,800. (813)24.0-3022
FORD 2004 EXPLORER XLT
only 5K mi
4x4,4dr, loaded, 1 owner,
$22,500 obo 813-833-2731
GMC 2003 Envoy SLT,
Loaded,
Only 16KOmi.
$23,900.
813-918-0397
HONDA 1999 CRV auto,
AC, 73K mi. all pwr,
cruise, CD, keyless en-
try cloth, perfect cond
$8995 813-240-7749
The Key To SAVINGS Start
Here in Classified!
INFINITY 1999 QX4 Looks
good, runs great. 93k m
Exc cond, clean. $12,500
obo. 813-951-3809

ISUZU 1998 AMIGO, 2.2,
5spd, AC,2WD, 95K, orig
owner, hitch, needs
nothing, near mint,
$3200 nego 813.991.7479
ISUZU 1999 RODEO LS au-
to, V6, CD cold air,
alarm sys., 78K mi., ex-
cellent condition. $7450.
813-689-0462
JEEP 1990 CHEROKEE
LTD, PW, PS, 2nd sys-
tem, cold AC, 120K on
engine. Many updates
$2200 813-748-3653
JEEP 2000 Grand Chero-
kee Limited Edt. 4x4,
Lthr, Loaded, ExtWar-
ranty, Showroom Cond.,
$11,750 .813-263-2867
JEEP 2002 LIBERTY LTD,
util 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 wired for break bud-
dy $17,250 727-434-6666
LEXUS 1999 RX300,
champagne, 61K mi.
very goOd cond. all
records avail. $18,900
obo. 727-596-4031
LEXUS 2000 LX470,
garaged, exec. owned,
black ext. tan Ithr int.
loaded, 71K mi, Priced @
wholesale $28,500.
Days 813-855-8035X29
Eves 813-645-0626
LEXUS 2001 RX300 Fully
loaded all pwr, extra
clean CD, keyless entry,
Ithr, low miles, $20,900
813-514-1808
CLASSIFIED WORKS
NISSAN 2000 XTERRA,
Gorgeous! 4 door, silver,
5 speed, roof rack, oper-
fect condition, $16,000
813-926-3366
Nissan 2001 Pathfinder
SE, Silver, leather,
1 owner, 47K m.
$18,000
727-639-3930
TOYOTA 2002 SEQUOIA
SR5,V8, pwr pkg, tinted,
A/C, rear A/C, Ithr seats,
alloys, Silver 60K ml
$21,950 Call 813-250-9753
TOYOTA 2003 Sequoia
SR5 Emerald Grn, Load-
ed, 35K Hwy Mi, DVD,
Snrf XM radio, Tow Pkg,
$26, 000 813-886-8264
Scooters &
633 IMopeds

Scooter Brand New 2004
19 cc 4-Sirol,... 45.
mph, Elrc Siart (oi:r
cho$ci50! Only $825
Going Fait '407 617-330
SCOOTERS, New, elect. &
gas. All brands. Ninia's
$475. Pocket Bikes $350.
Will beat any competi-
tors prices 813-728-6483
Your own "Harlee" not
just kid stuff! Twice as
Irg has Reg. scooter
$3500 now $2500.
813-228-7778
|634 GoCarts I
Yerfdog, offrd, 6.5 hp 2
sweater, pos. track, trg
tires &shocks roll cage,
2 mtrcross helmets. exc
cond $795,813-837-4682
1635 | Motorcycles .
BMW 2000 K12LT, 20K mi,
ext. fact. warr. new tires
brakes, clutch, hiwy
pegs, htd grips, cruise,
8500 352-794-0410
BMW 2001 R1100RT,
garage kept, extra
clean, new tires, ABS
hard bags. must see!
$9200 352-860-1616


1635 I Motorcycles I
HARLEY 1200. 75 Cnop.
Paughco Frame. Hard
tail, Rebuilt motor and
tranny. $5500 OBO.
ALSO 883 Sportster 2003,
$6500. OBO. Call Sparky
13-659-3981
HARLEY 1988 883/1200
conversion, beautiful
blue, low mi. w/Python
Ill's, $4500 obo.
813-792-5978
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1992
FXRS-Conv. Good cond,
forward controls, lots of
chrome & options. 15k
ml. $9500 813-991-0195
Harley 1993, Heritage,
BIk, New eng. by Harley,
exh w. was. chrome.
VGC. $12,500 obo
813-681-7915, 927-5712
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1997
Fat Boy Exc 6k mi, loads
of extras, immaculate-
needs nothing. $12,000
352-726-7780/344-4024
HARLEY 1997 Softtail
Custom, red w/chrome,
pristine, detachables,
16K mi. Must see!
$14,900 813-679-2097
HARLEY 1998 HERITAGE
Sp ringer, 1600 orig. mi,
like new, black, discon-
tinued model. $18,300.
727-688-1565
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'S 2004 CR 125,
$3700 OBO. ALSO HON-
DA 1997 CR 125, $1500
080813-759-0103
KAWASAKI 1976 KZ900 Z1
Dyno Ign. Header Runs
Strong, Very Fast! Rare
find, needs work $1,100
oboW 813-657-0737
Kawasaki 1996 ZX 600 su-
persharp, veru clean,
exc cond. Adult ridden.
Custom paint& exhaust.
$3000 obo 863-984-3461
SUZUKI GS550T, 1981,
looks & runs good,
21,000mi, $1600 firm.
813-986-3635
Suzuki 1982 GS650L, Low
Miles, New Tires, $1600
obo. 813-404-1928

SUZUKI 1998 Intruder
1400 Very low miles, al-
ways been garage kept,
mint cond, $4200 obo.
813-817-9760
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 $$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
YAMAHA 2002 VStar 1100
custom, white/black 5K
mi., lady-owned, fike
new. $6200.
813-996-3311
YAMAHA 2004 Pee Wee
50 $1,100 &
Yamaha Pee Wee 80
$1,000
a 813-625-3430 1'
YAMAHA TT-R90, New
Condition, $1,200 080;
SUZUKI Ouad-Sp 80, $856
Days813-927-0346
Eves 352-588-3246
S636 Golf Carts
EZ Go Electric Golf Cart
with Charger, has lift kit
w/new tires & dump
bed. $2500.
813-754-3397
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 YFZ 450,
super clean, lots of ex-
tras, low hours $ 6,000
obo. Tim 813-426-5897
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640 Wanted

CASH PAID
For Cars Running or Not!
We'll come pick 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
AMC 1976 Pacer, White
Orig 6 cyl, Hatchback
4seat, 4spd on floor, 1
owner, 112,752 Orig Mi
$5,175-727-784-014 4
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Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
CADILLAC 1972 El Dorado
Convertible 54K mi.,
must sell. $5500 obo.
863-698-3720

CHEVY 1969 CATALINA
72K original miles, 428
engine, all original
interior. $1900.
727-515-7869
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 1949 COUPE 50%
complete, 302, C6 also
'51 Victoria parts car.
$4500 obo for both.
863-559-4624
MODEL A 1928 COUPE
W/RUMBLE SEAT RE-
STORED LIKE NEW
READY FOR THAT BACK
COUNTRY RD TRIP $15K
OBO (813) 960-1063
MUSTANG 1964Vz CONV
260 CID, V-8, auto, PS
AC, RP, fact correct
show car. MCA 1st place
$21k 813-624-5319
VW 1973 Super Beetle
orig. owner, green, tan
interior, exc. cond.
$7500 813-932-2252




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649 For Sale

CADILLAC 1994 El Dorado
35k orig miles, touring
coupeA red1 gold trim,
new khaki top, tan lthr
int. No smoke. $8500
813-885-4032
CADILLAC 1995 DeVille,
Champagne, W/Cream
Int. 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, absolute-
ly brand new, exc cond
$8500 obo 813-598-5918
CADILLAC 1997 Deville
Estate car, 61,600 miles,
heated seats clean,
runs excellent. $8200
813-545-8047; 230-4234
CADILLAC 1997 Sedan
Deville Northstar
Engine, 71k mi, good
condition, asking$8900.
813-866-5367
Cadillac 2000 Seville SLS,
V8, all power, maint. re-
cords, wht w/beige Ithr
int. 55K mi., $17,900
OBO. 813-713-5018
Chevy 1981 Corvette Dark
blue, beige int, match-
ing numbers, maint
rcds. New paint.
$10,900.352-793-2990
CHEVY 1989 CAMARO,
red, V-8 runs & looks
great 813-966-0773

CHEVY 1989 CELEBRITY,
4-dr, V6, fully loaded,
$1000.813-645-1007


Chevy 1992 Beretta
Runs good new tires
$1000 obo.
813-886-1314


24x30x9 Enc. concrete CHEVY 1993 Baretta, Red,
slab 36" dr & 2 7x8 a- 2 door sunroof,
rage doors Inst.$10,100 am/fm/cb, air, new
813-788-3501 713-2333 brakes, $1200 obo.
www.jobobs.com 813-571-3822
64I Automobiles CHEVY 1998 MALIBU,
649 For Sale 6cv, A/C, CD player, 22K
i nes, looks like new,
Acura 1997 Integra: 62K 4 606. 813-924-0808 or
mi, auto, PW, PL, 81-229-3235
CD/Cass, sunroof, Chevy 1998 Malibu LS 42k
alarm, exc. cond. $7500 mi, white exc cond, ask-
obo. Call 813-263-2201. inc$5900. 813-985-4758
ACURA2000TL3.2, silver/ or27,543-9587
black leather, loaded, *** *****
carbon fiber sport inte- CHEVY 1998 VENTURA
rior garage kept, newer 35K mi., mint condition,
MichelOn tires,priced to A/C, 30 days shop
sell at $14,500. warranty on engine.
813-545-8525. $4,500.813-232-7055
ACURA 2004 MDX, 12 wks Chey 2004 Impala STD,
old STILL SMELLS NEW! 6000 mi. grey w/grey
1,650 mi. Touring, navi- int, PW, PL. $15,500.
nation DVD, side steps, Please call 813-545-9383
Cal813629-0320 ppty CHRYSLER 1994 Lebaron
86K mi. good cond. runs
Audi 2003 A6, 2.7 Twin great, cold AC, auto, all
Turbo, 17k mi, 6spd power, burgundy, $2500
manl. 8 spkr Boss, Fully 813-983-1659
loaed. 6yr 100k mi wty,
2vr 50K mi free main. Chrysler 2002 PT Cruiser
$34,500813-758-1207 Limited, Red, loaded,
leather, all power, CD,
BMW 1997 318is Exc. new tires, great cond.
cond., auto, Arctic sil- $10,800.813-765-9080
ver, new tires. Car fax CHRYSLER PT Cruiser,
avail. Must sell. CHRYSLER PT Cruiser,
$6600obo.813-244-8398 Custom "Woody" exc
maint./all records, low
BMW 1997 3281S, grn/blk miles! Must see. $1,500
Ithr, ASC, 5spd, sport obo. 813-220-2525
stsunallroof, 125k hwtd CORVETTE 1998 convert-
mi $10,900863-255-154 ible,40K mi, like new, sil-
ver w/black top new
BMW 1999 3231S 76k, Run Flat tires w/warr,
White, 2DR, Auto 6 Cyl, priced below value at
Sunroof Ithrcd, 1 own- $26,500.813-792-8530
(813)453-1980 9- CORVETTE 1998, torch
(813)4531980 red over tan, sports
BMW 1999 7401 SPORT seats, glass top, Bose,
46K. Perfect cond, fully 50K mi, looks new,
loaded "M" series $21,900 813-909-7621
wheels sun roof Metal-
lic black with tanner CORVETTE 2003 Z06 22k
or, septronic trans. miles convertible, over
$28,900 813-927-2214 $12k in conversion, fac
warranty $45k
BMW 2002 M3 Convert- (813)299-8388
ible, Slvr/Blk Ithr SMG, EW
NAV, Harmon Kardon, 6 DAEWOO 2001 Laganza,
CD, Xenon, 8,900mi. beautifulshape!'31k m'
orig. owner, araged' great condition. Good
rfect. 1 wr r. ack to school car!
$51,900.813-245-9639 $4750813-831-2151
BUICK 1990 CENTURY, all Datsun 1978 280 Z, 2+ 2
wrCDlO1 UK(mi., aruns& cylinder 5 speed, A6,
oopwr, CDeat, 109Kbrand new runs great $1800 obo
airvery good cond 813-998a923, or cell#
$1,6 ry0. 813-254-6640 863-899-0278
BUICK2000 LeSabre Lim- DODGE 1994 VIPER 26k
ited, orig owner, white r .., red, Cal. car.
w/beige cloth top, fully 941- 08'0443
loaded on star equip, 1 0-0-
$12,99. 941-776-9203.
BUICK 2000 LeSabre 61K DODGE 1998 GRAND
CARAVAN, New tires,
Mi, New Michellin Tires, runsgT $ ,00
Loaded, Like New Cond: rn e,$4200 obo
Private Owner $8,000 813-732-6893
813-757-9670
CADILLAC 1987 DEVILLE DODGE2000Stratus,4dr,
CreaDm Sedan, Auto. 8 32K actual mi. Looks,
Cream, Sedan, Auto. runs&drivesexception-
CyI. Body and interior in Ex g a milen
VG shape. Cold A/C. alEcb gas
New headliner and $5750 oo727-422-82
many recent new parts. FORD 1993 AEROSTAR,
Runs well but needs en- A/C, mint condition, 3d
gine work, has knock, days shop warranty on
$1000, Must Sell. Call engine. $1,800.
after 6:00PM ONLY! 813-232-7055
(813) 671-4484 FORD 1993 TAURUS LX
CADILLAC 1988, 3.0 4dr, maroon, full
Brougham, 4 dr, New pwr, sn rf 84k m, 2nd
tires, New radio w/Cd, owner$1500oboTampa
ps/b. AC, looks good, Cell 727-512-4706
runs good $3,000.
813-737-4912 or FORD 1994 Probe GT, 5
813-967-2717 speed, maroon w/grey
cloth int, V6 engine, cold
Cadillac 1990 Eldorado 2 AC, 121k mi. $2450. -
door coupe, Red, "Spe- 813-986-1709.874-3197
cial Edition" V8 sports
car, 103K, new A/CFORD 1996 MUSTANG
$5,250.813-681-6702 'GT, 4.6L. 5 Spd, Garaged,
New Tires & Brakes
CADILLAC 1991 Fleet- Exc Cond In/Out $7200
wood Er ,jhirr. 95k 813-926-5537
miles, ': ,'ii .ondi- waves?
tion, $3,900 obo Through making waves?
813-982-0019,365-0541. Place a classified ad &
letsailors get wind of
CLASSIFIED WORKS your boat!


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S Automobiles 649 Automobiles inI A Automobiles
649 For Sale For Sale I -j For Sale
FORD 1996 Mustang Co- MAZDA 1994 626 LX, NISSAN 1997 MaximaSE5
bra, black, tan interior, clean, auto, A/C, pw, speed, maroon, Bose,
14,400 miles, best offer. sunroof, 4 dr, excellent sunroof, heated leather
Call David at condition. $2,500. seats, records carfax.
352-212-8121. 813-915-0802 748-9918 $7800.813-390-1833.
FORD 1999 ESCORT SE MAZDA 1998 626 LX 55k OLDS 1991 Cutlass Su-
67,000 mi, Blue, Sedan, mi, champagne Ithr, 4 preme, 4 dr, V6, auto,
Auto., 2 WD, 4 Cyl. dr', S spd, AC, AM/FM 5 pwr, cass. 92K. Runs
$4,500, (813) 972-1676 C6 changer, ex warr, good! $1650 OBO.
$4700. Exc cond. 813-732-7778
FORD 2000 FOCUS red, 813-251-5314. PLYMOUTH 1994
good cond, 50K mi, very Mazda 1998 Millenia S, SUNDANCE, 4-dr, good
motivated $5900 obo. Fully equip, loaded, au- body runs. $800.
813-716-1856 to, super charge engine, 813-792-1426
tan leather, gooD cond,
Ford 2000 Mustang Co- $3800obo813-310-3094
bra-R like new, 3k m, PLYMOUTH 1996 Sebring
100% orig. Showroom MAZDA2004 RX8slvr/blk 4Dr 5Spd, A/C, Stereo,
clean.$42500.Days352- Ithr int., 6sp, loaded 4k CD Changer, Runs Good,
726-7780/344-4024 miles sunroof. $27,500 Great Cond. $2800 obo.
FORD 2001 Musta Call 63) 5 23or 813-789-1402*784-1527
4.6L 5spd, Dk Redii'an
Lthr, 35K, Garaged, New MERCEDES 1983 3805L PONTIAC 1988 Fiero GT
Tires, ExcCond In/Out Both tops, exc. condi- sp |eauto, great
$14,200obo 727-224-7442 tion, rebuilt engine, new shape $4500 b.
brakes, $8000. Call: 813-361-6579
FORD 2002 FOCUS ZTS 4 813-892-9148/831-5440 *******
dr Sedan, AT, PW, PDL,
CD, cruise keyless, 24K, MERCEDES 1984 300D PONTIAC 1997 Firebird
exc. cnd., bright red, Turbo Diesel Sedan V6,5Spd Black&Silver
$100. -90 330s Good Car $2500 (813) Flames, AC T-to CD
Ford 2002 Mustang 813-891-1874 M 966-7520
w/spoiler, under 10K
ml., pewter. Like new! MERCEDES 1985 380SL, PONTIAC 1999 GRAND
$14,000.727-741-1329 mint cond, Bge/Tan Ithr PRIX, Silver, SE Sedan,
int, 73K actual mi, both V6, pwr, fully loaded,
HONDA1994 ACCORD tops (new conv.top), all aloys, cold Air, very
HONDA 1994 ACCORD EX or4 Mercedes parts. clean. $3400 nego.
67,000 original m 4 dr. books & records. 813-781-7532,265-8075
AC, Power Everything, $15,500.813-240-8560 or
Sunroof, Excellent Run- 813-926-6746 PONTIAC 1999 GRAND
ning condition, needs PRIX SE, 1 owner, Ithr,
paint job, $4,300 O.B.O MERCEDES 1987 560SL CD, 85K mi. Runs great
(813) 835-8166 Roadster, 83K, 2 owner, $5000 obo. 813-601-5303
Honda 1996 Accord LX, perf.cond $15,500obo
auto V6, 2.7 liter, fully 813-254-3599 PONTIAC2002GRANDAM
loaded, leather, sun-
roof white, exc cond. MERCEDES 1988 300SEL GT, Sedan, Black,
$7400 obo 813-299-1382 moon rf, light grey/blue sunroof, leather, allys,
color great car $9,000 exc.8 cond. $9,950.
HONDA 1998 CIVIC 50,000 negofia le813-238-727 813-961-6050.968-8107
mi, White, Coupe 5
Speed, Lowered, 4 Cyl. MERCEDES 1992 300SL, Porsche 2000 Boxster 5,
A/C PS, PB Moon Roof Red, both tops, 51K mi., BIk/blk Ithr prem
CD, Alloy Wheels $6,99 H like new. sound, 6 s d, 18" whls
(813) 973-8581 $18 850 fast & perfect. $34,99
HONDA 2000 Accord EX Call (813)251-6342 obo 813-695-4208
HONDA 2000 Accord EX
48K mi.auto, lthr.int. all MERCEDES 1992 500SL SATURN 1997 SL2, cham-
power, CD, alarm, prem. convertiblew/twotops, pagne, 4 door, ice cold
whls,exc.cond. $12,950. 42K mi., like new, AC auto. Mint cond.
813-789-3039 $22,500.727-688-1565 $3650813-363-3901
HONDA 2000 CR-V EX, BIk.
Super shape. 68K mi., MERCEDES 1993 E1904dr SATURN 1999 SL 57 000,5
CD Auto AC all extras fully loaded, green w/ speed,. Blue,
new tires, $10,750 obo. tanlthr, 2nd owner, 76K Runs/Looks New. Exc
813-215-4686 mi. Must sell, movingto Gas Mileage $4,300 OBO
HONDA 2002 Accord EX, Miami. $4995.294-2232 966-7780
4dr Leather Rear Spoil- MERCEDES BENZ 1997 TOYOTA 1990 Camr AC
er, loaded, Sunroof, Al- E4204drSedan,87K mi., TOAutomatic A mrPoweAC,
um Allows, 31K, $16500 Exc cond., 6 spkr Bose Automatic, All Power,
813-277-4313. 948-0378 CD/stereo $214,500. iuns GBOd,
HONDA2002ACCORD45k 727-455-591 813-653-879.732-6568
mi Silver Coupe Auto, MERCEDES 1999 S420,
2WD, 4CyL $15,445 0O, Exc. cond., new tires, re- TOYOTA 1996 COROLLA
slide-roof, tape/CD cent full service, rides 4 DR, black, A/C, CD,
changer power seat, like new, $24,300 obo. 140K m. runs great,
ruise ronLside air- 727-235-2136 $2000 firm. Marina
ba, st Sell (813) MERCEDES 2000 CLK43 813-334-36687588171
JAGAR07- Cony, flawless silver, Toyota 1999 Camry LE,
HYUNDAI 2002 Elantra amg pkg, fully loaded. 97K mi. 4dr, all power,
GLS,5sd,4dr,18Kmi., 46 $37,900 white, I owner, garage
$6900.727-692-0673 813-244-8465 Must See! keptam/fm/cd spoiler,
MERCEDES 2001 SLK 320, $799. 813-681-8746
sport white with two TOYOTA 2000 CELICA
INFINITY 1995 J30 mint tone int., clean 100kmile 73,000 m Silver hatch-
condition, all power, warranty, 49k miles, back 5 Speed, I WD, 4
leather, 113Kmi.,asking priced $32,750. Cyl. This add would have
$5700. Spotless, mus 813-690-0039. cost 2K to list all op-
see! 813-980-2836 Mercedes-Benz 2002 tions! Must see! (325)
Jaguar 2000 XK8, Convt. C240, 4 dr, 40K mi, white 829-2452
25K, British Racing w/light grey int. Fully TOYOTA 2000 Solara SLE
Green Lthr int., prem. loaded. $23,950. Please 20 00 lr.
sound, exc condo. call 813-545-9383 disc CD chgr, 52K m.
$39,900.813-389-3668 Mercedes 2002 CLK 430 mint condo. new tires,
JAGUAR 2001 S Type 3.0 cony, black on grey, $12,200 813-963-5610
whtw/beige,prem. gk showroom condition
&sound CD chgr, 59K. 39k m. $46,900. TOYOTA 2002 CAMRY LE,
exc cond. 100K ml warr 813-205-6666 auto 32K mi,A/CP/W,
$23,500 813-909-7622 Mercedes.2003 CLK 500 cond well maintained
LEXUS 1993 GS300 silver Coupe silver/charcoal, $14,500. 813-598-7720,
w/greylthr,68kmi, A/C, loaded, perfect, 11K, 909-4838 Laura -
good tires, dealer main $48,500.813-837-4964 '
gained, garaged $9100 TOYOTA 2003 PRIUS 4-
obo813-205-3338 Mercedes 2004 CLK500 48U000 hbrd-5750 mp,
Lexus 1993SC300,93Kmi, Cabriolet, silver/ash l non-smokin
heated Ithr seats per- leather, loaded, cam- owner, exec. condition
fect cond. inside A out. mand system. MSRP (813)843-8228
Loaded wall pwr opts. $67,975. Sell $62,500.3-
$8900.813-758-1207 Call 904-543-9184 Volkswagon Dune Buggy,
Lexus 1994 GS300 Gold Mercedes 2004 SL55, sil- 1600 DP, mags, replica
w/old pkg Exttan thr ver/ash AMG leather, of low 30's Ford, runs.
intExc cond Many new fully equipped incl. pan $2,500.
items En & Tras En & Trans er- oramic roof, only 1750 (813)635-0065
fect $9900813-988-4009 mi. MSRP $128t780 sell
LEXUS1999ES300,4door, $115,500. 904-543-9184 VOLVO01989740GL
48Kmi.,excellen't MERCURY 1984 GRAND sunroof, pwr windows
condition. MiMarquis, automatic, 67K $1300oabo. 813-389-5189
$17 500 miles, all power, runs 817-8492
(813)949-3855 great, new tires, $1200
obo.813-991-6756 VOLVO 1996 850, Silver,
LEXUS 1999 RX 300 or clean in & out, cold AC,
LEXUS 2000 ES 300 Ex- Mercury 1989 Cougar, all new tires, just serviced,
cellentCond, $16,300 power, sun roof, new 1 owner, only $5,200.
eitherone! 813-926-1887 tires, runs goo, 1st 813-391-3015
1 813-962-65001 $750.813-393-8256.
WrkV 1997 JETTA GLS 96k
LINCOLN 1993 Mark VIII mi Green, 4 cyIAuto, PS,
Silver w/grey leather, Mercury 1994 Sable GS PBAirenC.AM/FM/Stereo
exc cond ion,37.5Kml, $2K OBO. rebuilt trans- Sroof lint exc cond
$3700 obo. 813-286-2879 mission w/warr., blue, $4700obo 813-732-5269
PW, PDL, good condi-
LINCOLN 1995 Continen- tion, A/C,813-727-6508 VW 1998 TURBO DEISEL
tal looks & runs great, MOVING Weekly trips to NEW BEETLE, 5 sod,
$3B00. 813-837-6836. Ohio, Michigan, Illnoisn manual, 59K hwy miles,
InDiana, Pennsylvania' exc. condition,6discCD
New Jersey, and all chger, alloywhils, glossy
states between. Profes- black, 46mpg. $13,000.
LINCOLN 1995 Town Car signal, licensed, in- Contact Joyce at
Exec, loaded low mi. sured. Before you rent a 813-545-0844/
Must see! $6000 obo truckortrailercallSAVE VW2003BeetleGL2k 2mi
813-973-0985 or $$. 1 piece, housefull W2003e le, i
813-966-8683 1-800-248-2906. ower, AC, white, tilt
cruise, ext warr, exc
LINCOLN 2000 Town Car NISSAN 1989 2405X, 5 cond. Loaded! Must go!
Signature, Pearl Wht, spd, 2 door fast back, $12,500.813-248-2066
Ithr int, tint 24K mi, ext clean CD player, new
warr. $16K obo. tires.S1,675 VW 2003 Jetta GLS, 1.8
813-831-7154 Call (813)754-8590 Turbo, silver, 180hp
leather, moonroof, 17"
MAZDA 1992 626 5spd, NISSAN 1995 ALTIMA alloys, sports susp,
runs perfectly, AC, 4dr, champagne, mint cond. Monsoon sound, only
excellent condition, leather, sunroof, runs 8700 miles. $17,900.
1300 813-974-8523 or great, $3900 813-810-0981
M-727-4407 813-363-3901 CLASSIFIED CAN!
MAZDA 1993 MX-3 Manu- NISSAN 1995 ALTIMA Only a Realtor can pro-.
al, New Tires and 89K miles, new paint, vide the home buying
Breaks, AC, CD, Runs tires, tune up and more. expertise you need an-
reat. 130K mi, $1,800 Gorgeous and perfect. Classified can make the
(813)362-5369 $4,200.813-416-5211 introduction. We'll put
MAZDA 1993 RX7, 55K, NISSAN 1996 MAXIMA you in touch with the ar-
twin turbo, auto. Tour. RUNS GREAT!! 167,500 eas top professionals
pkg?, Bose sys., all origi- mi,Tan,GXE4DSedan,5 and give you informa-
nar, Wife's car. NICE! Seed. 2 WD, 6 Cyl. tion on hundreds
$15,000.813-289-3101 $3,500 (813) 991-1456 h!ou bess souc for
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