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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE




THE COT _-U-
THURSDAY, JULY 22, 2004 SERVI. ........


COMMUNITY PROFILE


in the
NEWS


Time is running out
for area residents to
voice their thoughts
on what transpor-
tation projects are
needed for Plant City.



UFE SUPPORT
Plant City Fire Res-
cue continues its
efforts to empower
the department
with Advanced Life
Support capabilities.
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.. ."." TONY IARRERO/Staff phomo
Durant High School graduate Melissa Hinton has worn the FFA's signature blue corduroy jacket for four years. This year, though, it says
"State President.":'


Hail 7^ Chief

Melissa Hinton comes from a family with deep
agricultural roots. Now she heads Florida's FFA family.


By TONYMARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Melissa Hinton was petrified.
Hinton, then a bashful freshman at
Durant High School, decided she wanted
to run for office in the school's J.F. St.
Martin Chapter of FFA, a junior chapter
for freshmen. But the election process
included making a speech in the school's
cafeteria in front of more than 200 FFA
members.
And at that time, public speaking was


one of her biggest fears.
"It was terrifying," recalled Hinton, who
graduated from Durant in May with a 5.1
GPA. "I'm sure everyone could see my
hands shaking."
IHinton's peers voted her into the chap-
ter's reporter position.
Flash forward to last month. A confi-
dent, animated, Hinton walked back and
forth across the stage in front of more than
3,000 FFA members and their families at
the group's state convention in Orlando


June 7-11.
"I'm proud to be running for 2004-05
president and I'm ready to make a com-
mitment," she said in a strong, forceful
voice, then hit on her campaign theme: "I
believe we can all agree that the FFA is the
greatest youth organization in the world.
Elect me as your next state president so we
'Stand up, stand tall and be proud!'"
Once again, voters picked Hinton.
Those, who know Hinton say the
transformation that let her advance from a
junior chapter reporter to state president
has been a drastic one.
"When she came to us she was very
shy," said Tim Cribbs, an agriculture
teacher at Durant who has known Hinton
all her life. "The FFA just brought her out
and made her a gem."
Hinton, who lives with her family in Riv-
erview, will spend the next year criss-
crossing the state, leading workshops,
See CHIEF, Page 4


HOUSING DEMAND


IN THETRIBUNE
Here's a preview of
what you'll find in
The Tampa Tribune's
Plant City section
Saturday:
Q Plant City is
eyeing annexation
of a 330-acre tract
at State Road 39 and
Knights-Griffin Road
that could result
in development of
more than 1,000
homes.


Stage Is Set For Area's Continued Development


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Homes like this one in the Citrus Landing
development between Prosser and Grant
streets have been built on land that were at
one time orange groves or wooded areas. These
sites are quickly being built on and developers
are looking for larger tracts of land to accom-
modate an increasing demand for housing.


TIMING IS RIGHT, PARTS
ARE IN PLACE
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
There might be a murmur or two that says,
"Let's stay as we are," but the snowball of
development in the Plant City area is gaining
momentum and will not stop, say city offi-
cials and other experts.
"Once an area goes to growth it continues
until it grows out," said City Manager David
Sollenberger. "Normally, the only thing that
can slow it down is an economic downturn


of large proportions."
Assuming the economy stays strong, Plant
City and the surrounding area seems des-
tined to grow- and at an impressive rate.
Ed Verner, a developer in Plant City since
1985, said the area seems prepared and
ready for growth.
"In general, the residential growth in Plant
City has never been in regression," Verner
said. "Businesses may see ups and downs
and certain areas may have lagged behind
others, but during the last 10 or 15 years all
signs for Plant City are strong. Franchise res-
taurants, such as Outback Steakhouse,
See GROWTH, Page 18


Hopewell Cemetery
recently came alive
through the help of
volunteers.
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Transition To ALS

UPGRADE OF SERVICES PLANNED
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Nearly three years after the Plant City Fire Depart-
ment officially changed to Plant City Fire Rescue with
the advent of an ambulance service providing basic
life support services, the department is ready to take
the next step.
Fire Chief George Shiley is preparing-his depart-
ment for an evolution into advanced life support serv-
ices, or ALS, which would require budget approval,
college training courses, a close tie with the local
hospital and the time needed to make it all happen.
"We are working to provide better rescue.services
to the community," Shiley said. "This isn't going to
happen overnight. It will be a long process. But it is
my job to present the city with a plan that can take us
into advanced life support, with paramedic capabili-
See FIRE, Page 17

POLICE BEAT

Traffic fatality
A 42-year-old Mulberry man was killed when the
vehicle he was driving on Trapnell Road, east of Jar
Tucker Road, went into a ditch and overturned July 14.
John Joseph Wagner, 5160 Norris Lake Court, diec
about 10:20 p.m. after his 1999 Dodge Durango weni
off the road, striking several mailboxes, a street sigr
and a tree before overturning and ejecting him frorr
the vehicle. The vehicle then went onto hit a utility)
pole, a Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office report
states.
Wagner was transported to South Florida Baptisi
Hospital where he was pronounced dead at 11:29 p.m.





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CALENDAR


SATURDAY
Bluegrass at the Depot
The Central Florida
Bluegrass Association will
host an evening of free
bluegrass music July 24
from 4 to 8 p.m. at the
Union Station Depot in
downtown Plant City's
McCall Park.
The Bluegrass Parlor
Band featuring the Walker
Boys, Southern StarBlue-
grass Band. Bleu Moon,
and The Exumrs are on the
bill
Call: Layla Keeler, 763-
0483.

Golf tourney
benefits Habitat
Plant City Friends of
Habitat for Humanity plan
its inaugural 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 barbecue dinner
will follow with a presenta-
tion 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: 239-2212.

MONDAY
City commission
The Plant City City Com-
mission meets the second
and fourth Monda.s of the
month at 7:30 p.m. in the
Nettle Mae Draughon
Auditorium at city hall, 302
W. Reynolds St.
The next meeting will be
uly 26.

PLAN AHEAD
School orientation
Turkey Creek Middle
School, 5005 S. Turkey Key
Road, plans an open
house/orientation Aug. 3
from 6 to 8 p.m. in the
gymnasium.
Registration for new stu-
dents will be taken week-

See CALENDAR, Page 18


What Do You Want For Area Roads?


TIME TO PROVIDE INPUT
RUNNING OUT
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
It would take a crystal ball to
see what Plant City will look
like 20 years from now.
But one thing is certain -
there will more people and
more traffic.
The Metropolitan Planning
Organization is on the verge of
drafting its 2025 Plan for Hills-
borough County. The plan,
which must be updated every
seven years, is a blueprint for
growth in the county and its
three municipalities, Tampa,
Temple Terrace and Plant
City. Among its elements is a
transportation plan that out-
lines needed projects that will
help meet the growing
demand on area roads.
And though the MPO does-
n't have that crystal ball, it
does have information on how
busy roads are right now, pro-
jections on how much more
congested there will be in the
years to come, and one more
piece of vital information:
your input.
"Unless people let us know,
we have no way of knowing
how they feel," said Joe Zam-
bito, a senior planning
manager with the MPO.
The MPO uses a computer
program that factors popula-
tion and growth projections to
determine how roads will be
affected. The organization has
created a kind of wish list of
dozens of proposed projects
in the county.
More than 20 of them are in
and around Plant City. Many
are unfunded and are years
away.
"But that's the thing about
transportation," said former
MPO chairman and former
city Commissioner Rich Glori-
oso. "If you don't plan for
them in advance they never
happen."
The MPO then uses cost
projections to whittle the wish
list and create a new list for its
"cost-affordable" plan.
"One of the things that
affects whether we will put (a
project) in the cost-affordable


TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
One of the projects on the MPO's list of proposed transporta-
tion plan calls for widening the eastern portion of Sam Allen
Road to four lanes. What do you think?


plan is if there is a lot of
support or opposition to it,"
Zambito said. "We have a lot
more needs than we have
money, so we want to spend it
where people want it and
where it's needed."
Several of the projects on
the wish list are part of a
system of "loops" that circle
around the city, allowing traf-
fic especially trucks to nav-
igate around downtown and
more congested parts of the
city. Some new roads would
help complete the loops, while
enhancements and lane addi-
tions to existing roads would
help make that portion of a
loop more effective.
The chance for public feed-
back will end around the end
of this month. The planners
will then get to work on final-
izing the plan's update and


hold a public hearing in
November.
There are several ways to
offer comments and sugges-
tions about the plan. Call the
MPO's main line at 272-5940,
go to www.hillsborough-
mpo.org and click on the
"2025 Plan" link, or mail com-
ments to Hillsborough County
MPO, c/o Lucie Ayre, County
Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd.,
18th Floor, Tampa, FL 33601.
The following is the wish list
featuring each project and a
short description.

Alexander Street
Where: Interstate 4 to State
Road 39
Lanes planned: four,
divided
This new 3.4-mile stretch is
a crucial part 6f a loop that will


Voice your opinion
There are several ways to offer
comments and suggestions about
the MPO's transportation plan:
Call: 272-5940.
Visit: www.hillsborough-
mpo.org and click on the "2025
Plan" link.
Mail Hillsborough County
MPO, c/o Lucie Ayre, County
Center, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., 18th
Floor, Tampa, FL 33601.


help divert through-traffic,
Glorioso said.
Florida Department of
Transportation studies have
shown that only 10 percent of
traffic entering the city from
the north exits in the south.
One-third exits onto 1-4, one-
third disperses into the
Walden Lake area and the area
near the farmer's market and
the rest travel to the industrial
and downtown areas.
Eventually, Alexander Street
will become the new County
Road 39, and include this $14
million extension from the
intersection of Alexander and
1-4 north to existing State
Road 39 just south of Knights
Griffin Road. -
The divided, four-lane
design will feature an 8-foot
shoulder and drainage ditches
on each side. Construction is
expected to begin in 2008,
though no money has been
allocated yet, Glorioso said.
"It should be one of the
higher priorities," Glorioso
said. "We'll just have to see
how it works out on the priori-
tization list."
Work is expected to begin
this year, however, on the
project to widen to four lanes
of Alexander Street between
Baker Street and 1-4 and add a
westbound ramp from Alex-
ander to the interstate.

Baker Street
Where: US 92 to Reynolds
Street
The project will enhance
Baker Street to improve traffic
flow through the area, likely by
adding turn lanes at intersec-
,tions that need them.
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Human Trafficking A Concern In Migrant Community


PRESIDENT'S VISIT
HEIGHTENS AWARENESS
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Plant City Mayor Mike
Sparkman is calling on city
police to be active in the battle
against human trafficking.
Sparkman was one of about
200 dignitaries and law
enforcement officials on hand
at a July 16 conference at the
Tampa Marriott Waterside.
The event included comments
from President Bush, U.S.
Attorney General John Ash-
croft and Gov. Jeb Bush.
Sparkman and his son, Chris,
were guests of the Hills-
borough County Sheriffs


Office.
"The conference was very
informative," Sparkman said.
"I was not aware of the extent
of human trafficking until
now. The president and the
governor are both committed
to breaking the chain of abuse
that has apparently enslaved
some people, primarily in
migrant communities in Flor-
ida, California and Texas."
Sparkman said he was going
to pass on the information
gathered at the conference to
city police and members of
the city commission.
"We will set up a meeting
with Chief (Bill) McDaniel
sometime next week and see
what we can do to identify any
abuses in the migrant com-
munity in our jurisdiction,"


"The president and the governor are both
committed to breaking the chain of abuse
that has apparently enslaved some people,
primarily in migrant communities in Florida,
California and Texas."
MIKE SPARKMAN
Plant City mayor


Sparkman said. "Most of our
Spanish-speaking population
are homeowners and perma-
nent residents to the area.
Many of the abuses regarding
forced prostitution and sexual
slavery and forced labor are
thought to be found in migrant
camps in rural areas."
Police Capt. John Borders,
who is acting chief while


McDaniel is on vacation, said
he is not aware of any com-
plaints regarding human traf-
ficking.
"Too many times, the
abuses found in the Spanish-
speaking community go unre-
ported," Borders said. "But we
can't rule it out. If someone is
witness to such abuse, we
want them to file a complaint


so that we can investigate the
abuse and take appropriate
action."
Pedro Santana, the assistant
director at the Bread of Life
Christian Mission on Reynolds
Street, said he is also unaware
of any abuses in human traf-
ficking. The mission deals pri-
marily with Hispanic families
in the Plant City area.
"We have helped individu-
als in the past with family and
social problems," Santana
said. "The people who come
to us are usually very open in
their discussions. But I don't
know of any abuses of that
kind in this area."
Chris Sparkman was
impressed with the level of
See ABUSE, Page 16


CHIEF
Continued From Page 1
visiting FFA chapters and sharing the
76-year-old group's mission with busi-
nesses to help raise money and aware-
ness for the FFA and its programs.
"I'm really looking forward to going
around the whole state and meeting
members and seeing the different
types of agriculture," she said.

In the genes
Agriculture and the FFA is in the
Hinton family's genes.
Melissa's mother Lisa, who attended
Pasco High School in Dade City, was
the group's first female state officer.
Her father, Bob, grew up in the Dover
area and attended the former Turkey
Creek High School. He would become
FFA state president in 1970 and went
on to hold national office as vice presi-
dent in 1972.
Bob Hinton's father, Elton, was a
supervisor for the Hillsborough school
district's agriculture program. A host
of relatives served or still serve as agri-
culture instructors.
"It definitely runs in the family," Lisa
Hinton said.
The Hintons said the change in their
daughter since joining the group has
been "unbelievable" and that they
know from experience the value the
FFA can bring to a young person.
"It encourages kids to develop skills
that will help them all of their life," Bob
Hinton said. *
The group formed in 1928 as the
Future Farmer's of America and
changed its name to the FFA to "repre-
sent the growing diversity of agricul-
ture," according to the group's Web
site.
The Hinton's ranch home is situated
a short tractor ride away from the fam-
ily's 300 acre farm, where they grow
strawberries, squash and peppers and
where Melissa has raised prize-win-
ning cows.
"Growing up on the farm was a
major part of my life, and I loved the
outside," said Melissa, 18.
Melissa attended Bell Shoals Baptist
Academy in Brandon through the
eighth grade. She became involved in
the 4-H program at age 8, the same
year she started exhibiting at the Flor-
ida Strawberry Festival. Last year, her
-heifer Anna Lee won senior showman-
ship and overall showmanship at the
festival.
She became interested in the FFA
when she began at Durant. Back then,
she "didn't even know what a FFA state
officer was," but she knew that the
FFA's goal, to develop members' lead-
ership skills while broadening their
knowledge of agriculture, was one she
wanted both to benefit from and to
help meet.
Hinton rose through the ranks, serv-


DAVE BUYENS/file photo
Hinton and her cow Anna Lee show off the trophy after winning both the senior
showmanship and overall showmanship titles at this year's Florida Strawberry
Festival.


ing as student adviser, secretary and
president at Durant, and as president
of the group's Florida District IX.
"She set her goal to become a leader
in the FFA and to participate in as
many activities as she could to maker
herself a well-rounded individual so
she could seek state office," said Jim
Jeffries, supervisor of the school dis-
trict's Agribusiness and Natural
Resources Education program, the
same position Hinton's grandfather
held. "She knew that she would have to
develop her public speaking skills and
she worked hard to do that."
Hinton said she benefited from the
host of leadership activities, FFA trips
and career development events she


attended in the past four years.
"We learned all the values, morals
and characteristics that are the foun-
dation of a successful leader," Hinton
said.
FFA officials saw that in her during a
two-day screening process when, after
interviewing her at length and evaluat-
ing her written exam, they tapped her
to become a candidate for the top
spot.
Greg Egan is executive secretary for
the Florida FFA and has seen Hinton
"grow up through the FFA." He said he
had a feeling some time ago that she
would go far in the FFA.
"She's just a born leader," Egan said.
"I think what makes her stand out from


alot of people are her ethics and beliefs
that are not the current mode of ethics,
but more of a good old hometown
standard."
Though there have been other state
officers from the area, Hinton is the
first president from Durant's chapter.
Just to have a member invited to screen
for the spot is an honor, he said, espe-
cially since Durant's chapter, entering
its 10th year, is a young one.
"It was a proud moment for us,"
Cribbs said. "It puts us toward the top
of the chapters in the state, and not
something a lot of chapters have
accomplished."

Living out of a suitcase
The traveling schedule will be
intense, Egan said, adding that he puts
more responsibility on presidents
today than in years past. Most presi-
dents put off college for a year. Hinton,
who has been accepted to the Univer-
sity of Florida and plans to major in
agriculture communications, will do
the same.
She will visit chapters in schools
around the state, though will focus
more on the region south of Orlando.
The new state secretary, Torie Lyons, a
friend of Hinton's, will do mote in the
northern half, Egan said.
She will help facilitate leadership
conferences at the state FFA's Leader-
ship Center in Haines City as well as
receive training in personal develop-
ment. And she will speak one-on-one
with business leaders to promote the
group and secure sponsorships.
In addition, Hinton will serve on the
FFA board to help determine the direc-
tion the group will take, as well as the
FFA Foundation, which raises money
to support activities.
A trip to attend a leadership confer-
ence in Europe might even be on the
agenda, and she said a highlight for
her, as it has been the past four years,
will be the national FFA convention to
be held later this year in Louisville, Ky.,
where 50,000 screaming FFA members
donning the group's signature jackets
unite in a sea of blue corduroy.
Hinton said she has already enjoyed
the traveling she's done in the past
four weeks, though she admits she is
already "living out of a suitcase" she's
been home just five days since the
election. She said she looks forward to
having an impact on the group that
helped her come out of her shell, and
has sights set on the national office.
But first comes this year. She will do
lots of public speaking. Now described
as an eloquent speaker, Hinton said
the adrenaline rush she got during that
first speech four years ago never
stopped coming when she steps in
front of an audience.
"That's kind of what I love about
public speaking," she said with a smile.
"I still get nervous, but after you get
those first few words out, it's fun."





JULY 22, 2004 *TIE COURIER 5


From The French Resistance, To Area Teacher


FISHER MASTERED
6 LANGUAGES
Editor's note: This story is the first of
two parts.
By MICHAEL HINMAN
mhlinman@mediageneral.com
When Buddy Fisher took his seat in
Renee Blumeneau's German class at
the University of Tampa, he was
amazed at the ease this young woman
had with languages.
Blumeneau couldn't have been
much older than he, and she wasn't. It
had only been a couple years since
World War II ended, where Fisher
earned his veterans status with Claire
Chennault's Flying Tigers in China. His
young life had already been difficult,
but little did he know that the young
woman in front of the classroom had
seen more. Much, much more.
Fisher would get the chance to know
this exceptionally bright young
woman, and would later marry her.
More than 50 years later, after decades
living in South Tampa, the couple is
still together, living in University Vil-
lage. And although he may have heard
Renee Fisher's World War II story hun-
dreds of times, he eagerly listened to
his wife share it once again recently as
if for the first time.
For Renee Fisher, in teaching French
and German at UT, and later for more
than 20 years at Plant High School,
learning another language wasn't just
a convenience of foreign traveling. For
her, it saved her life ... more than
once.
Of course, when Renee was learning
those languages while a young girl in


Luxembourg, she had no idea what the
future had in store for her. Instead, it
was nothing more than the require-
ment of learning German, French,
English and finally Italian. She was still
in school early in the morning of May
10, 1940, when her life and the life of
her family would change forever.
"Screams awakened us," Renee
recalled. "The sky was full of para-
chutes descending like deflated bal-
loons. The Germans were invading.
'War,' the radio announced. 'C'est la
guerre, sauve qui
peut!' 'Seek refuge!'"'
Renee's parents
quickly assembler
her, her brother
Claude, and her
grandmother to help
tear out the seats of
i 1 the family's new 1939
Plymouth, so that
Renee Fisher they could replace
them with trunks.
She and Claude received belts with
heavy-hanging bags to put under her
dress and his shirt, filled with money
and valuables. Two mattress were
strapped to the top of the car, and the
family headed off toward the French
border where they hoped to find refuge
from the Nazis.
That refuge, however, was more like
an exodus. After picking up her
grandmother in Belgium, they lasted
through a long line of cars and wagons
from Holland heading into France.
Renee remembered seeing things like
cows, pigs, dogs and lambs as far as the
eye could see.
"I saw women having babies in the
field," she said. "I saw women killing
their babies and their children. They


preferred to kill them themselves
before the Germans would get a hold
of them. There were old and invalid
farmers carrying their chickens and
rabbits and cats. Their sight won't ever
leave me."
At one point, both the car ahead of
them and a car behind them blew up.
Renee's father hit the accelerator, and
they kept traveling for two days with
no food, nothing to drink, and nowhere
to stop for any reason.
The family finally reached France,
but they were no more safe there than
they were in Luxembourg. The country
was already under attack by German
forces, and Renee and her family had
to spend many nights taking cover
from the raids. They tried to find vari-
ous places to stay, and almost at one
point signed a lease to take over the
house once owned by Albert Einstein,
but air raids prevented it from happen-
ing. They slept in farms, in the car, or
anywhere else they could be safe.
Finally, the family was able to find a
place to stay in Aurillac. War was
everywhere. Renee said she organized
a rescue squad where they would col-
lect sheets, wash them, and cut them
into strips for bandages. They would
then meet cattle cars at the railroad
station filled with wounded soldiers
from the battlefield.
"On foot we carried these half-dead,
blood-covered, ill-smelling victims on
stretchers down the road to the
hospital," Renee said. "[It was] about
three miles one way, and we would do
this every day for two weeks. Finally,
someone donated a wagon."
But Aurillac wouldn't be safe for long
as German troops moved in, and the
family found themselves on the road


again. The once shiny-new Plymouth
finally gave out near southern France.
The Germans were here as well, but
the fighting seemed a long ways away,
so the family set up camp there.
Renee would join the university
there to take up nursing through the
Red Cross. She would do most of her
studying while standing in line for
food.
She would have to wake up at 4 a.m.
to form the line so that they could get it
before the Germans would take it
away.
"I stood for five hours for one egg,
and the same for 200 grams of meat, or
300 grams of black hard bread," Renee
said. "The black market price for 1 liter
of olive oil was 10 packs of cigarettes.
"We went to bed hungry every night.
I couldn't sleep due to my grumbling
stomach, so we filled ourselves up with
water and became waterlogged."
One day while standing in line,
Renee said the reality of the fear of the
Nazis taking over really hit her.
In front of Renee in a food line was a
woman carrying a 2-day-old baby in
her arms.
"They both looked pitiful, but the
policeman demanded her priority
card," Renee said. "She had forgotten
it, but said, 'Here, look. at my baby.
Two days old. I am so weak. I can't
stand up anymore.'"
The policeman, however, had no
pity on the woman. Instead, he gave
her some advice.
"If this is a boy, go home and kill him
before Hitler does," the policeman
said. "There is no sense to raise a
boy."
The woman fainted, and disgusted,
Renee said she left the line, hungry.


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clients' "marriage" legal in
Florida.
While I do not doubt the
sincerity of the individuals
involved, the plaintiff's
position has flaws that cannot
be resolved unless we all
simply pretend that marriage
is not marriage after all, but
something else entirely.
Before we begin, let me
outline the credentials I bring
to the table.
First, I am close to several
individuals who appear to
have come to terms with their
homosexuality; some of these
bonds span decades. I accept
their personal choices, they
are all good people, and I
believe them when they say
they sincerely love God.
Second, my personal faith
is typically defined in terms of
what I am for, not what I am
against, and I do not take
adverse positions lightly.
Jesus himself took this
approach when he looked
back at generations of
legalistic prohibition and
summed it all up in two
positive statements: "'Love


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the Lord your God with all
your heart and with all your
soul and with all your mind.'
This is the first and greatest
commandment. And the
second is like it: 'Love your
neighbor as yourself.' All the
Law and the Prophets hang
on these two command-
ments." Matthew 22:37-40.
Third, I am with suitable
caution deeply cognizant of
the limitations that human
experience and limited word
selection place on our
understanding of God,
documents such as the Bible,
and the application of truth to
our lives.
However, I am also aware
that Christ became one of us,
engaged the complexities of
existence here on earth, and
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CLASS NOTES

Walden Lake students
win essay contest
Walden Lake Elementary
School students Imalay Gon-
zalez and Jerica Vargas won an
essay contest sponsored by
Telemundo TV, Channel 49.
They wrote on the topic
"Why Education is Important
to Our Future." Both girls won
in the elementary division.
The contest was open to
elementary and middle school
students of Hispanic heritage.

Woodward earns degree
Shannon L. Woodward of
Plant City has graduated from
Green Mountain College in
Poultney, Vt., with a bache-
lor's degree in environmental
studies.

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 Bonnie Fike and
Johnny and Nancy Nicely, all
of Dover.


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Continued From Page 6
showed us how to live faithfully and
without compromise. Therefore, while I
acknowledge that there are things I
cannot understand, I also realize that
we are ultimately accountable for the
choices we make in the context of this
humanity, however challenging.
Consenting adults who are able to
understand the idea and practice of free
will should be free to make lifestyle
choices. If gays in committed relation-
ships want to make a public record of
their promises to one another, with
legal implications regarding wills, life
insurance, medical consent, etc., then it
is appropriate to create such a civic
framework.
However, there is no merit to the
notion that same-sex relationships
should hijack the concept of marriage.
Marriage is, by definition, the joining
together of a man and a woman. The
idea of marriage implies a union


designed to provide an appropriate
framework within which women and
men might live lives of mutual commit-
ment, and where they can raise and
nurture children.
Marriage is an elemental building
block for society, and while the state
certainly does have the option to
provide legal protection to the promises
of individuals committed to a same-sex
alliance, such an arrangement is not,
and never can be, a marriage.
Additionally, marriage enjoys a
historic affiliation to the church and
that relationship is foundational to
American culture. Social prerogative
may sanction a broad range of behavi-
oral license, but the imperatives of faith
inhabit a significantly different territory.
There is a necessary relationship
between Christian marriage and
adherence to the principles that define a
life of faith.


While compelling faith-based argu-
ments are often made to support both
sides vis-a-vis a variety of social issues,
including what circumstances are
appropriate for divorce, or the validity
of capital punishment, no amount of
creative Bible reading has succeeded in
making me the least bit comfortable
with the idea that "holy matrimony"
involves anything other than the union
of a man and a woman.
Like I said, the state has a responsibil-
ity to protect the welfare of its citizens,
and there does need to be an appropri-
ate legal context for same-sex unions.
But, whatever we decide to do, let's not
call it a marriage. Marriage is something
else entirely.
Derek Maul is a writer who lives in
Valrico. You can view his work at
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FAMILY


LIVING


BETTY'S PLACE


Special to The Courier
Gil Gott, executive director of Plant City Photo Archives Inc., on the Francis Scott Key Bridge
during a recent trip to Georgetown, visible in the background.


Dedicated To History


The quiet place of Hopewell
Cemetery was alive with activ-
ity recently.
Helen West has been doing
some extensive research on
the pioneers buried at Old
Hopewell Cemetery and tells
me that the Memorial Day
picnic was a wonderful time
of reminiscing and renewing
old friendships.
Sammy Colding and his
wife, Joyce, came from
Naples.
Hopewell's Colding family
dates back to 1830.
Fred and Oma Trapnell, of
Orlando, enjoyed an old-
fashioned dinner on the
grounds. Fred's family is
related to the only Yankee
buried in the cemetery John
Glazier, who was born in


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


Michigan. Glazier came to the
area to live with his great
niece, Rose Glazier Trapnell.
Ellis, Holloway, Brown,
Ackerman, Simmons -
representatives from all the


old families came to make
sure the "family cemetery"
was clean and well-kept.
Glenn Couch and others
shared stories of growing up
in the tiny farming commu-
nity (the McDonald family
donated the land for the
cemetery in the 1890s).
"It was a wonderful turn-
out," said Helen, the niece of
92-year-old Isabel Preacher,
who taught at Turkey Creek
High School for close to 50
years.
If anyone has any
information on ancestors who
are buried in the old part of
Hopewell, Helen would like to
know about it. Call her at 737-
1868.

See BRIGGS, Page 15


ANNIVERSARIES

Wansley 60th anniversary
Howard and Clara Wansley
celebrated their 60th wedding
anniversary July 10 at a family
pool party at John Knox
Retirement Village.
The party was hosted by
their children, the Rev. Mal-
colm and his wife, Barbara,
from Bristol, Va.; son Ivan of
Tampa; daughter Sister
Dianne Wansley uf Saint Leo;
and their granddaughter, Kimn
of Plant City.

IN UNIFORM

Crowe
Nathaniel J. Crowe has
joined the U.S. Army under
the Delayed Entry Program.
Crowe, a 2001 graduate of
Plant City High School, reports
for active duty July 16 at Fort
Sill in Lawton, Okla.
He is the son of Denise Nas-
setta and Thomas Crowe, both
of Plant City.

Giddens
Navy Seaman Apprentice
Michael W. Giddens, recently
completed basic training at
Recruit Training Command,
Great Lakes, Ill.
Giddens is the son of Verna
J. and Duane D. Giddens of
Plant City.

Newton
Navy Seaman Recruit Scott
R. Newton recently completed
basic training at Recruit Train-
ing Command, Great Lakes,
Ill.
Newton is a 2003 graduate
of Durant High School and is
the son of Donna L. Rodriguez
of Plant City and Leonard U.
Newton ofValdosta, Ga.


Howard and Clara Wansley


Poe
Navy Seaman Chaening D.
Poe is participating in Summer
Pulse 04, the Navy's first exer-
cise of its new operational
construct, the Fleet Response
Plan. Poe is one of more than
3, 000 crew members assigned
to the Navy's newest nuclear-
powered aircraft carrier, the
-USS Ronald Reagan.
Poe is a 2003 graduate of
Durant High School and the
* son of Alma E. Gordon of Plant
City. He joined the Navy in
October 2003.

Stein
Joshua A. Stein has been
commissioned as a second
lieutenant in the U.S. Army
after successfully completing
the Army ROTC program and
graduating with a bachelor's
degree from University of
Central Florida, Orlando.
Stein is the son of Jerry A.
and Cathy A. Stein of Dover.
His wife, Theresa, is the
daughter of William and
Cheryl Trapnell of Plant City.
He graduated in 1997 from
Plant City High School.


CLUB NOTES


BIRTHS


Turkey Creek Class of '64
The Turkey Creek High School
Class of 1964 plans a reunion Aug. 21
at Turkey Creek Baptist Church fel-
lowship hall, 4915 W. Trapnell Road.
Call Patty, 689-7360.

Class of '89 opens
reunion to other classes
The Plant City High School class of
1989 will celebrate its 15-year reun-
ion July 23-24 and invites classes
near that year to attend.
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 pchs1989reunion@-
yahoo.com.

Kiwanis
The Plant City Kiwanis Club meets
Wednesday at noon at Shelby's Res-
taurant, 110 E. Reynolds St.
Call: Ken Gibbs, 752-6171.

Class of '84
The Plant City High School class of
1984 will celebrate its 20-year reun-
ion August 20-21 at Saddlebrook
Resort in Wesley Chapel.
Classmates who have not received
an invitation can visit Reunion Cele-
brations (www.reunioncelebratio-
ns.com).
Advance registration is preferred
to help allocate meal and room plan-
ning.


Call: 874-9967, or e-mail Julie@re-
unioncelebrations.com.
Class message boards can be
found at www.classmates.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.

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

FAMU alumni
The Florida A&M University
National Alumni Association, Plant
City Chapter, meets the second
Thursday of each month at 6 p.m. at
Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist
Church, 911 E. Warren St.
Call: Bea, 752-0451.

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


PCHS Class of '51
The Plant City High School Class
of 1951 meets the second Tuesday of
the month at the Orange Blossom
Tea Room, 106 S. Evers St.
Call: 752-8479.

Civitan Club
The Plant City Civitan Club meets
the first and third Thursdays of each
month at 7 a.m. at The Parkside
Cafe, formerly Andrew's on the Park,
101 E. Arden Mays Blvd.
Call: Lea Sacco, 752-6193.

Lions Club
The Plant City Lions Club meets
Tuesday at noon at Shelby's Res-
taurant, 110 E. Reynolds St.
Call: Judy Barta, 752-6193.

Plant City Class of '58
The Plant City High Class of 1958
meets for breakfast the fourth Tues-
day of the month at 8:30 a.m. at
Fred's Farmers Market Restaurant,
1401 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Call: 659-0421.

Turkey Creek Class of '55
The Turkey Creek High School
Class of 1955 meets the fourth
Thursday of the month at 8:30 a.m.
for breakfast at BuddyFreddy's, 1101
Goldfinch Drive.
All classmates, teachers and staff
are invited.
Call: 986-1193.


Brandon Regional Hospital
May 14
A son, Kaden Tyler Palmer, to Brandie
DeVone and Roy Palmer of Plant City.
May27
A daughter, Casey Elizabeth Lane, to
Rhonda and Casey Lane of Plant City.
June 2
A daughter, Mara Suzanne Green, to
Rachel and Matthew Green of Plant City.
June 3
A daughter, Madison Elizabeth Gray, to
Elizabeth and Kevin Gray of Plant City.
June 4
A son, Julius Elijha Gomez, to Elizabet and
Kelvin Gomez of Plant City.
June 7
A daughter, Laylei Danielle Saint-Vil, to
Danielle Wiggins and Jerry Saint-Vil of Plant
City.
A daughter, Avery Rose Felker, to Danielle
and Chris Felker of Plant City.
June 8
A son, Koy Roman Callins, to Ya'Kerra
Joyce and Romando Callins Sr. of Plant City.
June 10
A daughter, Monica Jazmine Vega, to Micki
and Rigoberto Vega of Plant City.
June 14
A son, Charles Bryce Walmsley, to Audrey
Sasnett and Jeffrey C. Walmsley of Plant City.
June 17
A son, Timothy Lane Vitelli, to Sheryl and
Timmy Vitelli of Plant City.
June 18
A daughter, Raivyn Nicole Herman, to Kira
Herman of Plant City.
June 28
A son, Jordan Scott Kennedy, to Lindsay
and Jeremiah Kennedy of Plant City.


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COMMUNITY ROUNDUP


'Bye, Bye Birdie' ends
Plant City Entertainment ends its
run of "Bye, Bye Birdie" July 23-24 at 8
p.m. in the auditorium of Hillsborough
Community College's Plant City
campus, 1206 N. Park Road.
Tickets are $8 for adults, $7 for sen-
iors and students up to the 12th grade.
A group rate of $6 per person for par-
ties of 10 or more for the same per-
formance is available.
Tickets are available in advance at
Hardee's Fashions, 1501 N. Wheeler
St., or at the door.
Call: 754-4929.

'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.

Baton twirling
Baton twirling classes taught by Bar-
bara Patrick will be offered at the
Planteen Center, 301 N. Dort St., every
Thursday beginning Aug. 12.
Classes for beginners will be from 3:
30 to 4:30 p.m.; intermediates from 4:
30 to 5:30 p.m.; and intermediate/
advanced from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Call: 626-4554.

Blood drives
Florida Blood Services plans the fol-
lowing blood drives:
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Parkway, July 23, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
First Baptist Church, 503 N. Palmer
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Donor Center, 1902 James Redman
Parkway, Monday and Tuesday from 8
a.m. to 7 p.m.; Wednesday through
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Saturday,
7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Call: 752-7638.
BloodNet USA plans these drives:
Plant City post office, 2501 Walden
Woods Drive, July 22 from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m.
Health Center of Plant City, 701
Wilder Road, July 27 from 1 to 4:30
p.m.
84 Lumber, 2102 Henderson Way,
July 30 from 3 to 6 p.m.
C.F. Industries, Highway 39 North,
July 28 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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

Meals on Wheels seeks volunteers
Meals on Wheels of Plant City seeks
an office worker and substitute drivers
for the summer.
The office worker is needed one day
a week from 9 a.m. to noon. The volun-
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10:15 a.m. to noon on an as needed
basis. Call: 754-9932.

Art Guild art on display
The East Hillsborough Art Guild will
be display art through July at the fol-
lowing locations:
Bruton Memorial Library artist
Jean Cellino.
Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce artist James Humbling.
Park Side Cafe photographer Roy
Adams.
Orange Blossom Tea Room artist
Jane Burrows, collage.
Paso Fino Association artist Ange
Bevlin.
The Plant City Courier/Tampa
Tribune artists Joyce Jordan, Lori
Lynne Sutphin and Jossie de Q.
Azorin, acrylics.
Information: 754-2366.

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

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YMCA summer offerings
Plant City Family YMCA, 1507 YMCA
Place, and the Youth Extension Site,
502 E. Young St., will offer special
extended summer hours through Aug.
4. Call: 757-6677.
The nursery will be open week-
days from 7:45 a.m. to noon and 4 to 8
p.m.; Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon;
and Sundays from 2 to 6 p.m.
Zeno Zone hours are weekdays
from 7:45 a.m. to noon and 4 to 8 p.m.;
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"Hoppin' Tots." A parent-and-
toddler tumbling class designed to
enhance gross motor development.
Choose one or two days a week. The
class is offered Wednesdays and
Friday from 9 to 9:30 a.m. The cost
for one day is $22 for facility members
and $35 for program members. The
cost for two days is $40 for facility
members and $55 for program
members.
Flippers half-day specialty pro-
gram. For ages 3 to 5, offered week-
days from 9 a.m. to noon.
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members and $90 weekly for program
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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Doier: S. Dover Rd & Downing St.
659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
Allen Chapel: 1109 E. laura St.
"52-"389
Mount Olive: 1113 II. Madison St
Mount Olive: Horton Rd.
-3"-2628
APOSTOLIC
Asamblea .4postolica:
1501 Colson Rd. "37-3496
Apostolic Church
of esus Christ:
1212 W. Reynolds, 4""-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd,
Lithia, 685--240
Bethany: 9804 Harner Rd.
Thonotosassa. 986-5"-1
Caliarn Fellowship:
1110 N. Gordon St, 752-5005
Dover First: SR 574 & Pettie Rd,
689-0343
Faith Temple: I-- at
Hillsborough-Polk County
Line. "52-0532
Faith Lighthouse:
3409 SR 39 N. 752-1885
First Plant City:
Charlie Griffin Rd,
W ofSR 39 S, "52-3351
FortAlafla: Corner of South
Huy. 39 & Swiller Rd, "3"-4656
Keystille: SR 640. 737-4803
Mount Zion:
I-4 at Thonotosassa Rd, 752-1614
Pleasant Grove:
Turkey Creek Rd. 737-3529
Victory Worship Center:
County Line Rd. 754-6089
Sydney: Sydne, Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of Sydney-Dover Rd, 659-0532
Turkey Creek:
Turkey Creek Rd, 754-5372
BAPTIST
Abava: Turkey Creek Rd.
N. ofSR 60, 737-3739
Alafta Baptist:
222 .4afia Church Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd. 737-3240
Berea: SR39 S, 737-1232
Bethany: Cork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel: 804 W. Renfro St,
754-2239
Beulah: Allen & County Line Rd,
Lithia, 73"-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd,
"52-2875
Burchwood Temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 574, 752-3782
Calvary Free Will:
3539 Trapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grove: E. Keysville Rd,
S '3"-1234
Central of Lithia:
Pinecrest & Keysrille Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 F. Alsobrook. 752-3"40
Community Christian:
1310 N. Shannon Ave. '54-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S, Pinecrest,
"3"-1211
Dover Eastside: Countryside
Baptist Church. 2820
Gallagher, 5"1-8200
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-"209


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first Baptist Lithia:
Intersection of SR 39 6&
l ithia-Pinecrest Rd. "3"- 1121
First Plant (ity:
503 N. Palmer, "52-4104
First rhonotosassa .lissionarY:
M.clntosh Rd. 986-4"56
Harmony Baptist Church:
6008 : Knights Griffin Rd.
986-'"65
Hopewell: SR 39 5. "3-3053
Knights: Paul Buchmian Hwui,
"52-49"2
lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
"52-2006
lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd.
"54-52"8
Mount Moriab Freewill:
Warren &Johnson St, "54-439"
.tounit Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd, 73"-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W. Ball St,
"54-1-3834
,New Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd.. Dover
Vew Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd.. "52-3985
Northside:
1700 N. Franklin St. "52-27'9
Oakuood: airportt Rd. "52-5499
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, "52- 890
I victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Westside: 2503 W. GranfieldAve,
752-1450
Whitehurst Rd:
901 N. Whitehurst Rd, 754-5405
CATHOLIC
St. Clement: 1104 N. AlanderSt,
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,
"54-1485
CHRISTIAN
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd.
"52-5385
CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian:
McIntosh Rd, N ofSR 574
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calrary Community:
5209 Smith-Ryals Rd
Dover: Downing St. 659-2900
Plant City: 2103 Mudlake 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)
Kingswar First: 2808 Kinsway
N., Seffner. 65"-"500
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
"13 Alsobrook St. 361-8190
First: ,. Gordon and Baker St,
"52-6438
Gospel Tabernacle:
Allen & Haines St
EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St.
"52-5061
HOLINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 W. Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
"28 I. Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Restoration Assembly:
106 S. Evers St.
Evangelists for Jesus
Tabernacle:
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Growth Center:
1310 N. Shannon, 719-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 E. Tomlin St, 754-1133
Deeper Life Fellowship:
Covilla Rd, Wof SR39 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 ofJesus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Ad, "52-6364
LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Bird,
752-4622
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064
NAZARENE
Wagoner Memorial:
2402 Mud Lake Rd, 752-7863
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Calhan, Chapel of Plant City:
2102 N. Park Rd, 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
IE Mclin .4e.
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 E. Hillsborough Are.
754-2674
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St, 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worship
Center: U.S. 92 E
ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Ukrainian
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. Erers St, "59-0528
Neuw Hope Worship Center:
803 W. Mahonei Sit, 75-6123
New life Temple Pentecostal
Church of God:
3301 Clemons Rd. 754- "088
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dover: Moore's Lake &
Holiness Church Rd. 659-1301
Church of the Living God:
1102Flrier St. "54-5840
PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant City:
1107 Ch(barlie Griffln Rd. "59-9383
First Presbyterian Plant City:
404 W. Reynolds St. 752--211
SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk with God Ministr,:
15140 SR 5"4. Dover. 659-0930
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant City: 2203 Strawbernr Dr,
752--694
SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W.Johnson Rd,
754-5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914 Lithla-Pinecrest Rd.,
Valrico, 685-0998
UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W. Sam Allen Rd,
754-3233
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,
757-6051
Thonotosassa: Fort King Huy
at Mistletoe Dr. 986-7135
Trinity Plant City: 402 WE
English St, 752-9316


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. E.xi 21 Southl
8l13)752-8251

St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
s181754-1237 or IM,13478-1185


First United
Methodist
Church of
Plant City
303 N. Eves Street
Downtown Plant City,
across ftom Cit Hall pardng 1lot
754-3519
NEW HOURS
8.00 am Chapel Communion
Service
9 00 am Contemporary Worship
Ln The VWesley Center
10.00 am Sunday School
ChiCldenm Adult)
11:00 am Traditional Worship In
The Sanctuary

Youth Fellowship
Sunday & Wednesda)
Evemnngs
Dr. Alan L. Beaver
Senior Pastor


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JULY 22,2004 THE COURIER 11


RELL I.G G O N


OFFERINGS_

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

Lord of Life
vacation Bible school
Lord of Life Lutheran
Church's vacation Bible
school will take place Aug. 21
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the
church, 2104 Mud Lake Road.
The theme will be "Treasure
Island: Quest for the King's
Ransom." Call: 752-6064.

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

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

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




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DEATHS


Boyd
Anastasia N. Boyd, 6, of Plant City died
July 8.
She was a lifelong resident of Plant
City.
She is survived by her father, Thomas
W. of Plant City; her mother, Anita of
Plant City; two brothers, Alan of Valrico
and Mike of Kissimmee; a sister, Tara of
Plant City; and maternal grandparents
Angus and Jewell Croce, and Huey and
Marie McDonald.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Goodman
J. Earl Goodman, 50, of Plant City died
July 5.
He was born in West Jefferson, N.C.,
and moved here from Tallahassee in
1976. He was a social worker for the state
of Florida.
He is survived by his parents, Jacob
and Carolyn of Lorida; a brother, Brent
of St. Petersburg; a sister, Tamsyn Blan-
chard of Killeen, Texas; a niece, Eleanor
Blanchard, also of Killeen; a goddaugh-
ter, Kristy Boatwright of Lakeland; and
friends Jason and Vicki DuVall.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Grantham
Lena W. Grantham, 96, of Plant City


died July 2.
She was born in Palmetto and was a
longtime resident of Plant City.
She was a stenographer.
She is survived by a son, William T. of
Inverness; and a brother, W.E. Watkins
of Plant City.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Kovalsky
Robert J. Kovalsky Jr., 59, of Tampa
died July 8.
He was born in Staten Island, N.Y.,
and was a longtime resident of Tampa.
He is survived by his wife, Lorraine; a
son, Robert J. III of Tampa; a daughter,
Regina Sevin of Tampa; and two sisters,
June Pizzolo of New York and Cathy
Woltmann of Seffner.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

McCoy
Thomas H. McCoy Sr., 73, of Dover
died July 14.
He was born in Empire, Ala., and was a
longtime resident of the Plant City area.
He served in the U.S. Army and was a
shipyard welder.
He is survived by his wife, Earline;
three sons, Roger of Lake Wales, Timmy
of Mississippi and David Atkins of Dover;
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He is survived by his wife, Juanita P.;
three sons, Lance of Plant City and
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Home, Lakeland.


Robertson
Hilton F. Robertson, 73, of
Plant City died July 10.
He was a lifelong resident of
Plant City.
He worked in supply control
for the Tampa Electric Co.,
,&as a U.S. Navy veteran of the
Korean War, past president of
the Plant City Jaycees, a char-
ter member of the University
of Florida National Alumni
Association, and a member of
Plant City Elks No. 1727 and
the Gainesville Sports Orga-
nizing Committee Inc.
He is survived by a daughter,
Janice Stump of Plant City; a
sister-in-law, Dot Spears; and
three nieces, Sylvia, Debra and
Gail.
Haught Funeral Home.

Wagner
John J. Wagner, 42, of Mul-
berry died July 14.
He was born in Chicago and
was a longtime resident of the
Plant City area.
He was a transmission tech-
nician for Courtesy Chrysler.
He is survived by his wife,
Laura; his mother, Dorothy
Brown of Lakeland; two sons,
Stephen and Branden, both of
Mulberry; three brothers, Jim
of Lakeland, Howard Brown of
Seffner and Bruce Lemeron of
Tennessee; and his sister,
Racine Price of Lakeland.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Walker
Leonard M. Walker, 51, of
Plant City died July 10.
He was born in Orlando and
was a longtime resident of
Plant City.
He was a cashier for Radiant
Foods convenience center.
He is survived by his par-
ents, Thomas and Hilda of
Plant City; three brothers,
Joseph of Plant City, Lance of
Mulberry and Ronnie of Lake-
land; and two sisters, Shirley
Clark of Lakeland and Gennie
Hicks of Plant City.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

White
Charles W. White, 83, of
Lakeland died July 10.
He was born in Petersburg,
Tenn., and moved to Lakeland
from Minnesota in 1981.
He was a U.S. Army veteran
of World War II, where he was
honored with four Bronze
Stars, was a self-employed
insurance salesman and a
member of the First Assembly
of God Church in Plant City.
He is survived by his wife,
Jean; three sons, Thomas L. of
Port Townsend, Wash.;
Charles R. of Mankato, Minn.,
and William M. of Lexington,
S.C.; a daughter, Kathryn
Vokoun of Hartland, Minn.;
four brothers, Robert of Ten-
nessee and Edwin R., Ronald
and Donald, all of Indiana; 12
grandchildren; and six great-
grandchildren.
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In her research, I wonder if
Helen has found any "dead
ringers."
I've always been interested
in the origins of old sayings
and someone told me that in
the 1500s England ran out of
burial space, so they would
dig up coffins and take the
bones to a "bone-house" and
reuse the grave.
When reopening the
coffins, 1 out of 25 were found
to have scratch marks on the
inside.
So they would tie a string
on the corpse, lead it through
the coffin and up through the
ground and tie it to a bell.
Someone would sit in the
graveyard all night, the
"graveyard shift," to listen for
the bell.
Thus, someone could be
"saved by the bell" or was
considered a "dead ringer."
Sounds perfectly logical to
me. I told you history doesn't
have to be boring.


The YMCA will honor Betty
Chambers Aug. 24.
Betty, who Was my
neighbor for many years, was
married to the late Doc
Chambers and has been an
outstanding leader in building
strong kids, families and
communities.
The dinner will be at the


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Admission
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like to attend.
It is a well-deserved honor.


Thanks for the e-mail,
Commissioner John Dicks.
My comment on the "guys
being at home taking care of
the dogs and cats" while the
gals climbed Half Dome (see
July 8 column) was not
directed only at you and your
boys. In trying to be politically
correct, I assumed all the gals
had significant others:
husbands, boyfriends, friends,
sons, brothers, fathers have
I missed anybody?
Anyway, thank you for
sharing that it was your Grand
Canyon trip with your boys,
Johnny and Jarod, both Eagle
Scouts, that inspired the girls to
scale Half Dome (I've always
known behind every great gal is
a couple of good guys).
"The boys and I endured a
climb of Mount Rainier and
encountered a freak July
blizzard, forcing us to hang on
to our ice axes while roped
together," John said. He and


"The boys and I endured a climb

of Mount Rainier and

encountered a freak July

blizzard, forcing us to hang

on to our ice axes while roped

together"
JOHN DICKS
Plant City commissioner


Johnny are headed for a
glacier hike in the Canadian
Rockies this summer, leaving
a disappointed Jarod behind
(he's suffering through Plebe
summer at the Naval Aca-
demy in Annapolis, Md.).
During that freak blizzard -
12,000 feet up, a hundred
yards from a cliff and sheer
drop off of 2,000 feet, in 28
degree chill brought on by the
50 mph winds I bet you '
wished you were home with
Sharon and the dog.


Gil Gott and Betty Patton
have just returned from a
3,000-mile trip to the Upper
Hudson area of New York,
through the Appalachians, and-
to Gil's old haunts in George-
town in Washington, D.C.
Gil says they scoured the
Smithsonian for ideas for the


Plant City Photo Archives.
Most of you know the Smith-
sonian is the largest museum
in the world.
"They are using story
boards to tell the history
behind a photo," Gil says.
If only my History 101 class
had done that. My husband,
John, and I did the Hudson
River a few years ago and saw
some beautiful sunsets, but I
think they pale in comparison
to Florida's. I asked John if the
Hudson River painters such
as Bierstadt, Cropsey and
Church were taking artistic
license in those magnificent
sunsets in the Adirondacks.
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time those paintings were
done, theJ883 Indonesian -
volcanic eruption of Kra kai6a
sent fine ash and-aerosol into
the stratosphere that circled
the-equator in 13 days. Three;
months later it spread to


higher latitudes, causing such
vivid red sunset afterglows
that fire engines were called
out in New York City and New
Haven, Conn., in an attempt
to find the source of the
"blaze." These sunsets
continued for three years.


It was not always so, but I
am in love with history.
Memorizing dates and hard
to pronounce names and
places in high school and
college (just long enough to
take the quizzes) wasn't my
thing. But as people have
shared their personal experi-
ences and family histories
with me, I've come to appre-
ciate the good, bad and the
ugly that make up the world
we live in. I would love for
more of you to share stories of
places you've been.



Next week I'll tell you about
taking it easy on the Taking It
Easy, flying fish, the sign of a
cross at an incredible sunrise
and the Civil War's "Stealth
Bomber." They are all related.

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"John Ashcroft gave some statistics and spe-
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ties provided to accident- and health-
related emergencies."
The main difference between basic
life support, or BLS, and ALS is the level
of service offered, said Bill Bowers,
Plant City Fire Rescue's chief of opera-
tions.
With BLS, "there are only certain
things we can do," Bowers said, such
administering oxygen and glucose and
immobilizing the patient. "It's basi-
cally advanced first aid."
ALS trained responders can admi-
nister medication, inject drugs and
take other more "evasive" maneuvers,
Bowers said. Because the department
usually arrives at calls before the
county, it makes sense to better pre-
pare Plant City's department, he said.
The department also has the man-
power to do it.
"It will provide a more timely
response on a regular basis," Bowers
said.
Though Shiley is presently working
to come up with a projected cost to the
city, preparing the department for ALS
is expected to save the city money
when compared to the cost of the
county service.
The city fire department began pro-
viding ambulance services under Shi-
ley's leadership in December, 2001.
Since then, thousands of medical
emergency calls have been logged. The
city currently relies on Hillsborough
County Fire Rescue paramedics for
advanced life support care for very
serious medical emergencies.
"The BLS capability and the trans-
port service we are licensed to operate


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Plant City Fire-Rescue Capt. J.D. Mitchell conducts a post-incident analysis
meeting at Station No. 1. During the meeting firefighters and Mitchell discussed
the most recent emergency call.


is a service that is vital to the commu-
nity," Shiley said. "Over the last 32
months, we have proven our worth
with thousands of calls responded to
by fire rescue, with many people
helped in the process and lives saved.
The next step will allow us to train and
operate as an ALS system."
Many things have to fall in place for
the city fire-rescue team to become
more than a plan in a notebook. State
law requires the fire-rescue depart-
ment have a medical director at the
local hospital. The director works
closely with fire-rescue personnel and
gives them guidance as to medication
and primary care when a patient is first
contacted.
"Unfortunately, the medical director
is often a position in transition," Shiley
said. "Once we have built rapport with
the doctor designated as the medical
director, too often they are transferred
or move and we have to start all over


again."
The department is now working
with the third medical director at
South Florida Baptist Hospital since
staring the ambulance program.
"Then we have to present a plan to
the state and county agencies showing
a need for our involvement in ALS
services. Once that is'in place, we need
approval by the city officials for bu~dg-'
etary approval, time for training, and
cooperation with the county to phase
our ALS services in."
Shiley said the department could be
ready to provide ALS services, once
approval is given by the city, in about
six to 12 months.
During the first stages of transition,
the city plans to only have ALS certified
responders on engines and will keep
its contract with Hillsborough County
for transport to locations outside the
city.


Run as a business
The county has to partner with the
city for the plan to work. The city pres-
ently pays Hillsborough County about
$200,000 each year for ALS services,
which includes paramedic/ambulance
services and transportation to hospi-
tals outside the city limits, such as
those located in Lakeland, Brandon
and Tampa.
"We would still rely on the county
for long range transport," Shiley said.
"They would also have to assist us as
we phase in our newly trained para-
medics. We will need a minimum of six
trained paramedics to cover each
shift."
About 18 firefighters are presently
BLS certified.
Those training would go to school
on their own time, plus receive addi-
tional training by the department
while they are on shift. The city would
pick up the cost for books and tuition,
Shiley said.
"Ambulance services have to be run
as a business," Shiley said. "We charge
for the service, with fee guidelines and
prices set by the outside agencies.
Shiley said statistics kept by his
department show the city gets a 70 per-
cent return for services rendered.
"In 2003, we collected over $200,000
for BLS services. That includes Medi-
care and Medicaid, insurance and cash
payments," Shiley said. "Once we
acquire an ALS license we will be able
to offset the cost of operation by not
paying the county for duplicate serv-
ices. I expect the figures to show that
we can do it without being a drag on
the city budget."
Shiley expects to make a proposal to
the city before the next budget cycle
begins in October.


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Charlie Griffin Road Extension
Where: SR 39 to Jim Johnson Road
This new two-lane, undivided exten-
sion of Charlie Griffin Road to the east
would help create what Glorioso said
the city will need as it grows: more
east/west roads to help people get
easily from one of side of town to the
other. This road, for example, would
allow a Walden Lake resident to get to
Mike Sansone Park without going
through busier intersections such as
Alexander Street and Jim Redman
Parkway.

County Line Road
Where: State Road 60 to Medulla
Road
Lanes now: two, undivided
Lanes proposed: four, divided
As Plant City grows east and Lake-
land spreads west, County Line Road
will see more and more traffic, and this
project would help the road take the
extra burden.

Forbes Road
Where: US 92 to 1-4
Lanes now: two, undivided
Lanes proposed: four, divided.
This narrow road between Plant City
and Brandon, which has access to 1-4,
sees a huge amount of truck traffic,
Glorioso said. Four lanes would make
it safer and improve a dangerous situa-
tion at the intersection of Forbes and
US 92, where trucks have a difficult
time making turns.
"That would be one of the higher
priorities in my book," he said..

Interstate 4
Where: Branch Forbes Road to Polk
County
Lanes now: six
Lanes proposed: eight
It is a fact of life in central Florida: I-
4 gets busier all the time, and
construction can hardly keep up. This
project would help alleviate the prob-
lem in the Plant City area but, Glorioso
admitted, "I don't see it happening
anytime soon."


Jim Johnson Road, Part I
Where: Jim Johnson Road to Trap-
nell Road
Lanes proposed: four, divided
This extension would head south
from Jim Johnson to Trapnell Road. It
is a short section of road, but is impor-
tant in that it would connect a north/
south road to an east/west road and
complete a loop around the city. It will
be needed as the area southeast of the
city limits sees more development,
Glorioso said.

Jim Johnson Road, Part II
Where: Jap Tucker Road to Alex-
ander Street
Lanes now: two, undivided
Lanes proposed: four, divided
Again, because of the growth in the
southeast, with more lanes this portion
of Jim Johnson Road would better
handle the increased traffic.

Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
Where: McIntosh Road to Sam-
monds Road
The project would enhance this por-
tion of MLK Boulevard, likely by adding
turn lanes where needed, such as at
intersections where traffic tends to
back up when motorists try to turn
across the lane.

Wheeler Street
Where: Martin Luther King
Boulevard to Baker Street
This project would add turning lanes
and other enhancements on Wheeler
Street where needed.

Park Road
Where: Frontage. Road to Sam Allen
Road
Lanes now: two, undivided
Lanes proposed: four, divided
The project, which will add lanes to
Park Road, is already funded for 2008,
Glorioso said. The city is expected to
grow north of 1-4 and more lanes will
help Park Road keep up, as well as
enable to it to be an effective part of a
loop around the city.


Rice Road
Where: Coronet Road to Wiggins
Road
Right now, Rice Road extends west
only as far as Wiggins Road. This proj-
ect would continue Rice west to Coro-
net Road. There are a couple
advantages, Glorioso said. The first is
connectivity to south Lakeland, includ-
ing the Lakeland airport and the Lake-
land bypass.
The road also would be crucial if the
proposed Lakeside Station develop-
ment, with its roughly 2,500 homes,
goes forward, said Glorioso, who since
stepping down from the city commis-
sion has been in talks with both the
owner of the Coronet mine and the
Lakeside Station developer about put-
ting a road there.
"It could be a win-win for every-
body," he said.

Sam Allen Road, Part I
Where: Alexander Street extension
to Park Road
Lanes now: two, undivided
Lanes proposed: four, divided
Sam Allen Road is a crucial part of at
least two loops around the city, Glori-
oso said, and this project would widen
about two and a half miles of SamAllen
Road to help enhance those loops and
would be vital as Plant City grows
north.

Sam Allen Road, Part II
Where: Forbes Road to Alexander
Street extension
The project, part of the same loop as
the project above, would enhance this
section of Sam Allen Road by adding
turn lanes and other improvements.

State Road 39
Where: Park Road to Alabama Street
The project would enhance this sec-
tion of Park Road, probably with turn
lanes where needed.

State Road 60
Where: Valrico Road to Polk County
line
Lanes now: four, divided


Lanes proposed: six, divided
This proposal to widen SR 60 would
make life easier for thousands living in
and commuting to and from East Hills-
borough. But it is another project that
likely is years away, Glorioso said.

Trapnell Road, Part I
Where: Old Mulberry Road to Polk
County line
Lanes proposed: two, undivided
Trapnell Road is part of an "outer"
loop, or a wider ring of roads around
Plant City, Glorioso said. This new
road, an extension of Trapnell, would
add to that loop, give motorists a con-
venient route between Lakeland and
Plant City, and will be needed as more
residents settle south of the city.

Trapnell Road, Part II
Where: SR 39 to Jim Johnson exten-
sion
Lanes now: two, undivided
Lanes proposed: four, divided
This would add lanes to Trapnell to
enhance the outer loop mentioned
above, handle growth in the area south
of the city and better accommodate
trucks.

US 92, Part I
Where: McIntosh Road to Thonoto-
sassa Road
Glorioso said he had hoped to have
US 92 included on the list of roads to
be expanded to four lanes, but that
didn't happen, so instead a plan calls
for this section of the heavily traveled
east/west artery to be enhanced with
turn lanes and other improvements.

US 92, Part II
Where: Park Road to County Line
Road
Lanes now: two, undivided
Lanes proposed: four, divided
This section of US 92 would be wid-
ened to four lanes. Eventually, the
entire stretch of the road in East Hills-
borough will have to be widened, Glo-
rioso said, but this project will help on
its eastern section.






18 THE COURIER JULY 22, 2004


GROWTH
Continued From Page 1
Applebee's, Beef O'Brady's and others,
and the addition of other chain stores like
Walgreens and Eckerds, and the addition
of homegrown and national banks speak
volumes for the recent success in Plant
City."
Officials at Hillsboro Bank, a home-
grown company that has more than $60
million in assets in its first five years of
operation, feel comfortable with growth
projections in the 15 percent to 17 percent
range for Plant City in the next three
years.
Gary Boothe, the bank's president and
chief executive officer, said the area is
primed for growth.
"It is interesting to me that Plant City
was developed as a railroad town and still
looks to transportation for its develop-
ment," Boothe said. "In the past, growth
depended on the railroad tracks criss-
crossing near the town center. Now the
same dependence is on the north/south,
and east/west road network that trans-
ports people and commodities to the Plant
City area."
Development along the Interstate 4 cor-
ridor between Tampa and Orlando has
long been associated with future growth in
Plant City. Transportation routes along
State Road 60, to the south, and State Road
39, and its alternates, Alexander Street and
Park Road, helps tie everything together
for consumers and businesses.
"With Walden Lake built out, this area
definitely needs another large develop-
ment to come on line to tap into the
residential market. Business interests will
grow right along with the residential,"
Boothe said. "And the time seems right."

Lakeside Station on the horizon?
The next large development planned is
Sunrise Homes' Lakeside Station, which
has been delayed due to health and envi-
ronmental concerns about the property
on which it would be built.
The property is on the east side of South
Park Road has been inspected and tested
for contamination from Coronet Indus-
tries' old phosphate processing plant that
borders the south end of the Lakeside Sta-
tion's planned 1,600 acres. Soil and water
samples taken there and at two former
landfills east of the Lincoln Park area have
been declared safe by state and county
agencies.
The Hillsborough County Environ-


mental Protection Commission informed
the city last month that a Florida Depart-
ment of Health report on surface water
and soil samples taken in the vicinity of
the Coronet property concluded that
"contaminants in surface soil are not at
levels expected to cause illness in the com-
munity."
Bob Appleyard, the executive vice presi-
dent of Sunrise Homes, is waiting on the
property's final report from the Florida
Department of Health and the Agency for
Toxic Substances and Disease Registry.
The report is expected to be released at the
end of the summer.
"The project is on hold until those final
reports are in," Appleyard said. "But we
see great opportunities for Plant City in
real estate development and job growth.
We see Lakeside Station as a viable project
that will attract additional home buyers to
the area and continued diversity in the
home-buying market."
If the environmental reports allow it,
Appleyard will go before the city commis-
sion later this year to seek the approval of
zoning ordinances needed to continue the
project.
"The scarcity of land available for devel-
opment makes eastern Hillsborough
County very attractive to developers,"
Appleyard said. "The transportation avail-
able between Tampa and Orlando along
1-4 puts Plant City in a very good position.
We continue to talk with the city staff and
are prepared to restart the project when
the time is right."

'Selling everything we build'
Realtor Ken Gibbs said the delay of the
Lakeside Station put additional pressure
on the home sites now being built out in
and around Plant City.
"If there is no increase in the number of
acres available for residential develop-
ment within the city limits it will be built
out during the next 18 months," Gibbs
said. "The city must plan for and allow
annexation on property that borders the
present city limits in order to attract more
residential development.
"We have to be careful to stay within the
projected absorption rate for new housing
by developing in phases, but the new
home market is strong, and we are selling
everything that we build right now."
Verner sees Plant City government as an
important part of the continued growth
cycle.
"The city is a very positive and crucial
piece of the puzzle for managed growth,"
Verner said. "In some unincorporated


parts of the county, such as Brandon,
growth is not consistent with the overall
needs of the area.
"Plant City officials have a bigger
interest in the proper care and develop-
ment of the city. They all live here. They
raise families here. They have a responsi-
bility to supply services to city residents
that home owners and business owners
might never receive in the unincorporated
areas."
Verner and others agree that growth
can't be stopped, but development can be
controlled in a way that is best for the
community.
"There is a consistent tie between agri-
cultural land use and its eventual develop-
ment," Verner said. "Once ag-land can no
longer be operated at a profit it soon is
converted to development. Orange groves
are rapidly being sold off because owners
can no longer produce fruit at a reasonable
profit. Strawberry farmers are still able to
make a living, although even they are feel-
ing the pinch. Cattle grazing, hay produc-
tion and vegetable growers are all being
tempted to sell their lands to residential
developers."
Sollenberger said the city needs to be
careful how and where growth occurs in
order to remain fiscally sound.
"You always have to have the infrastruc-
ture in place to support growth, if you
want that growth to be healthy and
sound," he said. "Just because a city grows,
with new houses, apartments, business
and the like, doesn't mean fees or taxes
applied will make the growth pay for
itself.
"A diverse growth plan is needed. High-
dollar developments, mixed with other
less expensive properties, and the busi-
nesses supporting them, are needed to
keep any city financially sound. We can
plan for such growth and help make it
work."
As an example, Sollenberger pointed to
a tie-on policy for sewer and water serv-
ices. The original developers of an
industrial park or residential area are often
asked to pay for the installation of roads
and utility infrastructure needed in the
development. City rules now allow those
costs to be returned to the original devel-
oper as new customers are added to the
mix.
"The payback policy will have fees paid
by new developers forwarded to the
original builder," Sollenberger said. "In
that way the infrastructure costs will'be
shared by all the developers, not just the
first one to come along."


CALENDAR
Continued From Page 3
days from 8 a.m. to noon.
Call: 757-9442.

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.

Unity fundraiser
on bike, auto nights
Unity in the Community,
a fundraising group whose
mission is to help feed
Plant City's needy, now
offers food during the Bike
Fest and Strawberry Clas-
sic Car Show at the Plant
City Community Bingo
Hall, 105 Arden Mays Blvd.,
from 5 to 9 p.m.
The group sells hot dogs,
Polish sausage, chips,
cookies, cakes and pie, and
coffee, soda and water.
The next sale will be'
during the Bike Fest on
Aug. 7.
Call: 752-1275.

Little Miss
Plant City luncheon
The "Everyone's a
Winner" luncheon to
honor Little Miss Plant City
and court will take place
Aug. 11 at noon at Outback
Steakhouse, 1203 Towns-
gate Court. Tickets are :$20
each and can be purchased
at Dunn Chiropractic.
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DAVE BUYENS/Photos
Plant City All-Stars 9-10 pitcher Regan Knotts, right, struck out 10
batters in a complete game 6-1 victory against Bloomingdale July 17
at Mike Sansone Park in the Section 4 tournament. Rain delays
pushed the 9-10 elimination game back, but Plant City was sched-
uled to play on Wednesday the winner of the Bloomingdale-Dade
City game for the right to advance to the state tournament in
Melbourne. Above, Ellen Whatley throws a fastball for the Plant City
All-Stars 11-12 team. Whatley pitched well, but the team couldn't
score against the Bloomingdale All-Stars in a 5-0 defeat in the
Section 4 tournament. Plant City was scheduled to play an elimina-
tion game Tuesday night against New Tampa.



Rain Dampens



Section 4 Games


9-10 GIRLS IN DRIVER'S SEAT
ByDAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Organizers of an event like the Sec-
tion 4 Little League All-Star tourna-
ment hope, above all, for good
weather.
For this year's tournament at Mike
Sansone Park in Plant City, those
hopes have gone unfulfilled. For all
seven tournaments three softball,
four baseball rain knocked out play
completely beginning Sunday until
Tuesday, when a drastic decision had


to be made.
Early Tuesday afternoon the tourna-
ment was moved from Sansone Park to
Lake Wales. With steady rains through-
out Tuesday morning, at press time it
was uncertain whether the games
would be completed at Lake Wales
either.
"They say it's drier over there, but
it's raining there, too. It's raining
everywhere," said Trisha Cauley, one
of the Plant City tournament's assis-
tant directors, between glances at the
radar on Tuesday.
What was making Cauley and every-
one else involved so concerned is


timing. Section winners move on to
the state tourney, which in most age
groups begin Friday. That made
switching the sectional tournament to
single elimination, considered a last
resort, a very real possibility.
Play started at Sansone Friday night
with no problems, then the games con-
tinued Saturday morning. Plant City's
9-10 softball team defeated Blooming-
dale, 6-1, while the Plant City Majors
team lost to Bloomingdale, 5-0.
Sunday was supposed to be the day
when elimination games were held.
That became Monday, and then Tues-
day before the decision to play in Lake


Wales was made.
Assuming those games were played
only two teams would be left in eact
age group. The teams that won Satur.
day, including Plant City's 9-10 girl,
all-stars, would just need one victory
on Wednesday to advance. It they lost
they would turn around and play agair
in what would become a double
header.
If rain eliminated play Tuesday oi
Wednesday, single-elimination woulc
become a requirement.
That would be fine with Tate Whatley
coach of the Plant City Majors. Hi,
See LITTLE LEAGUE, Page 2(


Familiar Names Fill Out Raider Coaching Ranks SPORTS BRIEFS


MEYER, FORTE HEAD
HOOPS PROGRAMS
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Many of the Plant City Raid-
rs' sports teams will have new
Faces on the bench, at least
they'll be new to their players.
This week the school named
its basketball coaches, some of
whom will be very familiar to
longtime followers of PCHS
hioops.
Gary Meyer, an assistant at
Plant City in the early '80s
before going on to a successful
-oaching career in Polk
County, comes back to take
3ver the Raider program.


Meyer replaces Jeff Shot-
well, who after one season as
Plant City boys coach decided
to go back to Durant to coach
the boys there. Shotwell, who
was the Cougars girls coach
before coming to Plant City,
takes over for Gary Jordan.
"It wasn't an easy decision,"
Shotwell said about leaving
Plant City so quickly. "I would-
n't have even thought about
applying for any other job but
Durant, as the people at Plant
City were very good to me last
year. But the opportunity to go
back home, in a sense, was too
much for me to at least not
investigate."
Jordan had been the Durant
boys coach since the school
opened in 1995.


Meyer was most recently an
assistant at Lake Region,
which made a stunning run to
the Class 5A state semifinals
last year. Before that, Meyer
was the only head coach in
George Jenkins history,
making it to the region finals
with that program.
Joining Meyer's staff as an
assistant will be Dave Robbins,
who was with Meyer at Lake
Gibson and Jenkins before
helping out Plant City last
season. Meyer will be the ISS
instructor and teach basket-
ball in the physical education
department.
James Lewis will be the boys
basketball JV coach.
Anyone with a knowledge of
See COACHES, Page 20


Plant City High athletics
meeting
Plant City High School will
hold a fall sports orientation
meeting Aug. 3 at 7 p.m. for
students who want to partici-
pate in football, volleyball,
golf, cross country, swimming
and cheerleading.
Coaches will be on hand to
discuss requirements and.
practice and game schedules.
Parents and guardians are
encouraged to attend.

Durant High athletics
meeting
Durant High School will
have fall sports meeting July
29 at 7 p.m. in the audito-
rium.
Parents and student-ath-


letes are invited to attend.

BASEBALL
Planters tryouts
The Plant City Planters 11-
U AAU baseball team will hold
tryouts July 31 and Aug. 7 at 10
a.m. at the MLK community
fields on Park Road next to
Marshall Middle School.
Serious players wanted.
Players can't turn 11 before
Aug. 1. Games will be played
on Friday nights and Satur-
days. Call: Mark Jordan, 759-
6497 or (863) 661-4047.

Community LL says thanks
The Plant City Community
Little League 2004 Minor All-
See SPORTS BRIEFS, Page 20






20 THE COURIER JULY 22,2004


COACHES
Continued From Page 19
Raider basketball history will remember the
new girls team's leader.
Ginger Forte, formerly Ginger Bennett, very
well could be the most prolific female athlete in
school history. She is certainly the most accom-
plished female basketball player from Plant
City at the Division I college level.
At the University of South Florida, where she
played from 1985 to 1989, Forte (Bennett
during her time at USF) became the school's
fourth all-time leading scorer. She is also in the
top 10 career rankings in rebounds, steals and
games started.
She has been at Plant City High as a cosme-
tology teacher and will continue those duties.
Gary Roper was the basketball coach the past
seven years.
The school also announced its new volleyball
coach, Misti Nuetzling. She will be assisted by
another recognizable name, Molly Sapp. Neut-
zling was the Class 5A state player of the year at
Venice High, where she graduated in 1998. She
then played at Florida Southern College before
becoming an assistant at Troy State in Ala-
bama.
Troy State is in the same conference, the

SPORTS BRIEFS


Atlantic Sun, as Georgia State, where Molly
Sapp and her twin sister, Amanda, played, so
Neutzling is acquainted with her new assis-
tant though the two have never worked
together.
The Sapp sisters led Durant to two state
championships and guided Georgia State to a
pair of NCAA tournament appearances.
"All I remember about Georgia State was
they had these big, tall girls," said Neutzling,
25. "Molly and I have identical philosophies,
we're young and I think we'll make a connec-
tion with the players."
Neutzling said she did not want to take over
a program that was already established as a
perennial playoff team.
"This is what I was looking for, a program I
could help build up. My philosophy isn't all
about volleyball, I want to build responsible
women. I look at volleyball, though it's a big
force in my life, as just a minute part in the
overall spectrum of things."
Neutzling will teach alternative education
at Plant City. She takes the place of longtime
Raider coach Evangeline MacDonald.
Another major position will be filled soon,
according to Kelley Kersey-Duncan, dean for
athletics. Plant City needs a new baseball
coach; Robbie Harris left to take a college job.
at Ranger College in Texas.


LITTLE LEAGUE
Continued From Page 19


group on Saturday had "one
of those games," as Whatley
said. Despite having more
hits than Bloomingdale,
Plant City lost due to four
costly errors.
Plant City was scheduled
to face New Tampa, which
had lost 11-0 to Blooming-
dale, on Tuesday in Lake
Wales with the winner need-
ing to beat Bloomingdale
twice in the double-elimina-
tion format.
"Bloomingdale had a good
pitcher (Bailey Schinella),
don't get me wrong," What-
ley said. "We'd have to beat
them twice, and hope to
have that chance."
As for the 9-10 girls, Regan
Knotts struck out 10 Bloo-
mingdale batters Saturday
morning to set Plant City up
in the driver's seat. Should
Plant City win the section


Continued From Page 19


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championship it would move
on to the state tournament in
Melbourne.
The team's coach, Andy
Knotts, has been able to keep
the girls sharp thanks to the
family business. Plant City has
been practicing, despite the
dreadful weather, inside a
warehouse at Knotts Sporting
Goods.
"We've been hanging out,
doing OK," Knotts said. "We've
got tees for them to hit off, and
nets."
From the very onset of the
bad weather Sunday morning,
Mike Sansone Park seemed
doomed to not catch a break.
"As of Sunday at 9:30,1 Ithink
we could have gotten three of
four of the fields ready to play
- .if it didn't rain any more.
Then it started raining again,"
Cauley said.
Kristen Wyckoff
^ jlJ lays down a bunt
n in the Plant City
All-Stars 9-10
team's 6-1 victory
, over Bloomingdale
July 17 at Mike
o, Sansone Park in
| the Section 4
tournament.


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RESOLUTIONNO.127-2004 4200 at least 48 hours prior the Clerk of the Court ei- NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE CHIICAGO/EWFBTix e o re rT es NEW TAMPA Financng
toOtheSpublicearing their before serviceon/EForeclosure-Tax Sales, NEW TAMPA 1st time buyer, poor
ARESOLUTIONDECLARING Plaintiff's attorney or im- TO WHOM IT MAY 7/275ec301(4) zDaySeminar, 3/4br,21/zba,2cg tme buyer poor
INTENTION OF THE CITY Adopted by the City Corn- mediately thereafter; oth- CONCERN: 813-240-3116 Investors,Realtors greatview bankruptcy, we have
COMMISSION OF THE CITY mission on July 12,2004. erwise a default will be en- RoadDog482@aol.com NEW OFFERING Courthouse Info Eas qualifying financing available.
OF PLANT CITY TO ORDER tered against you for the YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Rush* Linkin Park* Korn* creative Plings Rec msg 813-676-5122 Easy Qualify nbe
AND DIRECT DEMOLITION Michael S.Sparkman relief demanded in the that the contents held for Snoop Dog The Used* iscoming ourarea Chris Maoney 20 yrsexp 813-885-3249 es p
AND REMOVAL OF BUILD- Mayor-Commissioner complaint or petition. you at Stor-ette Business Snoop Dog ThAnnie UsLennox* Lar is coming to yours area.eal Estate NEW TAMPA/ve Oak w/and now available
INGS OR STRUCTURE ON Park,5805 N 50th St.,Tam- Sting Annie Lennox* LarceterritoriesareE NEW TAMPA/Uve Oak w/land now available
PROPERTY LOCATED AT ATTEST: Dated on July 7, 2004 pa, lorida 33610, consist- os Awe- limiedan3rdar 99rE aeInfoa/3 ak, cle- 3aovi
404 SOUTH FAISON ig of items generally de- For mreninf on Top-of- sac 3000sf, 18" tile, 352-621-9181
STREET AND FIXING A Virginia L. Helper RICHARD AKE scrie below, wi esold ELTON JOHN TICKETS, the-LineWooden Swing CrA es Owner Must Sell!
DATEADTIMEFORHEAR- City CLerk therentreyAsClerkoftheCourttothehigh- two tickets Ls Veas Set funproducts&more Sell Your House in 6 Days $324,900813-866-400 1 e land/home pkg
INGPROVIDINGSAIDOWN- AsClerkoftheCourt est bidder. T his w co- Caesar's Palace. Friday alwrappedupina fortheBestPrice! 3/2 w/full appliance
ER AN OPPORTUNITY TO Approved as to form and mence on Friday, August 6, July 23rd. Half face terrific, uncomplicated WeBuvHouses. Temple Terrace. Beauti- gkg, under warranty.
SHOW CAUSE AS TO REA- correctness: By: Alta Edgemon 2004 at 11:00am on tne fol- value. 813-714-5168 retail concept go to: Free 24r rec.info uful4/21/2 w/formal liv- Beautiful property nice
SONS IF ANY, WHY SUCH- lowing person. BUCS SEASON TICKETS www.creatveplay 800-807-5740 Ex 112 ing room and family & quiet decks, driveway.
DEMLITION AND REMOV- Kenneth W. Buchman As Deputy Clerk eUCS SEASON TICKETS, 0 d www 8 -8 r n dkfi
MpD34EduardoA.Coleman (3) Cub Level 1 seats, thinks.com www.6daysale.com room. Large kitchen MustSee $5000 down
AL SHOULD NOT BE OR- City Attsect 237, rowS, parking orcall:80-35-5460x430 w/pantry. $586.40/mo P&l W.A.C.
ALOULD NOT BE OR- CityAttorney 7/22;29;8/5;12, Household lot 6 face value, Offerby prospectusonly MaTamay Realtor Call352-621-9183
WHEREAS in accordance CRCU 2200420RDOFADJUSTMENT WONEILL,INC. 941-54-5525 100 $BestThe BayRealtyHernando
Plant City Code the Build- THE THIRTEENTH E UDICIAL CITYOFDPLANT CITY 8139 07/22/04,07/29/04 CHICAGO CENTRAL TAMPA 3...... Handyan -SPING HILL OPEN
;ng ncnor of'the City of CIRCUIT IN AND FORHILLS- FLORIDA NOTICEOOF PUBLI. TAMSAAL/ ira2leFreeHisnLoca- HOUSE beautiful Rain-
P-,ng t.doid ,o--,Febur.BO . ROUGHCOUNTYFLORI- IN CASE#BOA-2004-18 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE 7/27. Sect303/2..SuccessfulMotivated 1100sn 1ux14 l,9 tion Near gocI OUrse
17 2004 issueoa Noticeand DA IN RE, Notice is hereby given that .813-664-0266 S-uccessfl MOtivatedE 1 f r" bow Woodls, 4/2tNoml
o7rderof200 CondssueaNoaticeanaf- ThePetitionof sale will be eld on trepreneurs Wanted Sellerpasclosin heated, 1900 ,sf total. wak/Mcabinet. en, c 1-5
in the premises here- Case No:04-DR-10009 SaaSweets ay Child Care u ncTrd om c 6ostsr628 4t St. 727-656-7009, 520-7009. Sat&Sun. 245,90.
inaeftr described, which Division: R t oPublicN iherev giv- STORAGI Svcs Your own Business with 813-677-51 Empire EaRE st 11240 Rainiow Woods
Notice and Orderof Con RANDYJ. ERICKSON enthattheBoardofA ust- KngvdSeffner,FL33584 Incredible Team Train- CENTRAL TAMPA 1 f 104 IHillshoroh Loop, 813-391-9235.
accordance with Section Petitioner ment of the city of Plant tosatisfy lien. DANA'S DAY CARE ing uppor. Unimitnied 2br home w'E. rena I u I Central
accordanc ,,,t- S n Ptty, v Florida will nOla Warning Potenthao et on property, 16u900SF 11BS z
78-724, Plant City Code on t cheoria on Tuesda UNIT20 has 3 oenins for Chil- Your own Hours. Want ot, 200W Fern, priced Apollo Beach, 3br 2.5ba, I Pasco
the owners of said premis- and uly 27 2004, at 130 PM a DARLENE CARRIERE dren, ays.ear Hospi- Success Make the Call for quick sale $120,000 cg, appr 2200s new I
es:and CAROLE M ERICKSON the Neiie Berry Draughon DANIEL DIXON tal on Granfield. Lic 321-297-9668 813-263-3 111 hugecornerlotlnot o
WHEREAS said owners of Resp ondent Municipal Buildin in the Household & MiscItems #SPC 431051. 754-0525u uA er..pgradsi.2n4r&
said i ershfa r forinfo OWN A TRAVEL AGENCY! ROWLETrE PARK, price sec system. $224,900
d h failedcouncIroom autorium Your Own Website! reduced, 3br, 2ba on V3 813-601-1048*671-6640
to comply with orrw appeal NOTICE OF ACTION FOR located at 302 West Re n- M anagementureseaneysthe 1181 Attorneys GREAT RESIDUAL IN- fenced acre, all appli-
from such order within the DISSOLUTION OF MAR- odstreet,ant Or- right o refu any 'COME$ Travel dis- ancesCHA $79,9u LOOKING FOR LOVE N
tUime theeifendV W RIAGEL "uida. The purpose of this Items must be removedCEd Waes A, $9 LoLAND LAKES3br RLa
eish anpeal within 24 hours fro *** *** **SUR nt JOIN ON-LINE & 2004 Watersve.Call All the Wrong Places? Lake r
Matmerthereutn beent8647bynpetitioner,,h anta ofsale. ROGACY** Living Ex-EN 2- Night hotel 813-933-3263 MeetvnewrfrendsinRSVP 2cg Lake front with
referred to-this-CitCom- TO Carole-M.Erickson8647 Pad Mra.edi c stay $348.95 base .. Personalseverywee kin DRM G RM fplcscm la-
s oes ore Id a Rid SMweerequestng a van- ricia McBride s 7 7 5- GRANDOPENING B aLie na, new r carpet
land, Fl, 33810. aW, ce from the Plant City Mana0er counseling assistance. 1 -8 ,7 -205 4 2 OPEN MON-SAT10-SPM, eay&-u d s.. ec.sy... co o
BE IT RESOLVED"BY'THE Code, 1)Section 102-156, to No. a 7/22/04,7/29/04 Choose a Loving, Finan- www.ytbnowcom/goa- SUNlS tuPMa' $9 9y0 -un82ay sesCm -
CEITYCOMMISSIONLOFTHE YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an allow petitionerstoexpand caily Secure family for way Incredible & Affordable BRANDON/Clar Mel 2 br.
C COMMPLANTCITY,FLOR action has been filed n anon.conformingbuild- 1-49 orchildCarin &con- ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE New bomes. Down option 3 br/2 a CB 116T East Pasco
CITYOFPLANT against you and that you ng. and 2iSectrion ,02-657. iential. (24 ours/7 Do You Earn $800 in a Payment Assistant to home w/car ort on I
DA: required to serve a to allow peti.oner to Announcements days), Attorney Amy Day? Your Own Local qualified buyers. 10 fenced lot. ew carpet Ze hyrhills 37322 SR 54.
Section 1. That upon the copy f Yournwritten de- natch theetin building Hickman (Lic. "Candy Route. Includes derent floorplans to paint CHA, a s. RlBA onsecludedwlot
fouteonedrthe s inlabr |5j|Personals | ad1o tion ne.comn Cand EaDS9,995. tfrom $11D L ffOsR 525 0
address is 3213 Sunset ihE rEai r .v rd .e toa to be1 -088 "8 2A3e781-8o-s nVEN DIl o A m ri a 9950i g m al LsR & DR FR E at in 813 -2 000
Lot 23, Faison and Lowry OaksDrPlantClty,FI33563 IS', vanri.rc r. 10' The ?ARRESTED? Felonies AIN#B 2000033. (813) 264-9950 kit, patio, ceramic tile.
Subdivision, according tot on or before July 26 2004 prope is located at 4006 M mE On1.5ac.,fencedr corner
themp vis ttoeIeo d file the original with Airport dinan MA-P Air- MisdemeanorDUl ALLCASHeCANDY ROUTE 1_1 South Tampa IlOtapole beanced cornr 111eV I Pinellas
recorded in Plat Book 2 the clerk of this Court at port I us trialzoning dis- 800-733-534 Call 4hrs day Youer own localshop p 0w/deck
Page 26, of the Public Re- 302 N. Michigan Ave Plant rict. All ersons are ad- I cn BEACH PARK AREA, s, on'well OLDSMAR, 3br/2ba/2cg
cords of Hillsborough City, FI 333563 before serc- vised tha if a person de- 1191 Lega ISvcs I chnesandCandy.AIMfor 3b r/b /2acrpo rtm $167,00. 813-737-146 spnl i plaO Irg msterub r
County, Florida, dvct oPertmotnerome- db t.Non-Lawyer | 9,952. BCa 0n800) FPs, 5001 W..Cerelad PLANT CITY 3br lba, All w/ hot tub, P, 2200sf,
to demolish and rmnov fail todo so a default may Adjusmentw respectto ADOPTION 99 95 FLORIDA CORPO- 14.6323....... StConv loc$399Khome Major upgrades New back up to preserve
the building or structures be enteredgainst oufor anymatterwhich isconsid- .d d WANTED -NATIONAL sold asis 302-494-8707 Carpet tile sing & $23990813-855-7178
t e oo pia nce ith the relief dem andes, t e All Living ExpensesPaid RATION. .Include-scar.lo $239,90
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the Notice and Order of potion will need a recoor t 5 F rrate Book& Ase Re END H
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J126 Acreage I
NORTH FLORIDA RIVER
RETREAT35ac+/-300ft
e /- on wide Suwannee
River at Fanning Springs
dose to Gulf paved road
broker/seller
edbaur@bellsouth.net
352-375-7104 ex 367
1Farms,
130 Groves, &
Ranches
SCHLEY COUNTY GA.,
1,700 acres. Will divide
into smaller tracts. Big
Deer & Turkey country.
Muckalee Creek front-
age, excellent pine &
hardwoods. $1350/ per
acre.770-444-3511
3 Florida Real
138 Estate '

2BR/2BA brick home on
43 acre in Summerfield,
Fla., one hour north of
Orlando. Large LR/DR
and country kitchen, of-
fice/Florida room, laun-
dry/pantry, floored at-
tic, cedar-backed clos-
ets. In-ground, solar-
heated, screened pool
with spa. Attached 2-1/2
car garage with tiled
floor and workshop ar-
ea, detached one-car
garage/shed, extra RV
driveway. Nicely shaded
lot mature landscaping,
fully irrigated, fence
security alarm. One mile
north of The Villages of
Marion County.
$149,900. Call
352-598-3500 or
352-347-4390.
BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT
in Summerfield close to
The Villages of Marion
County in central Flori-
da. 1iSO'x 125' cleared
buildable lot, fully
fenced, with sod and
nine mature Live Oaks.
Desirable area sur-
rounded by pool homes.
$29.500. Call
352-598-3700 or 352-
347-4390.
BREAK OUT Of the city
Wake up 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
PowellAgent C.F. Fred-
erickThompson, RE Bro-
k e r / w ner
352-378-4814 ttgcar-
r i @ aol com
www.NFLLAND.com
Large Colony Cove unit in
El enton in the Lakes ar-
ea for sale. 55Pus Psark.
Will. consider lease, 2
bedroom, and 2 bath
patiofurnished. 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
PORT ST. LUCIE, INDIAN
LAKES, VERO, NORTH
PORT CHARLOTTE &
PALM BAY LOTS Owner
Fin Avail. Prima Proper-
ties 561-575-1440 Check
our web site for prices,
sizes & maps www.pri-
ma-properties.com
River Bargain with direct
access to the Harris
Chain of Lakes in Lake
County. 3BR/3BA, Large
Workshop, Screened La-
nai with new hottub. Re-
cently remodeled. Boat
house with dock andI
boat lift. Extra water-
front lot included.
$279,000.352- 694-2345
WAKE UP TO 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 Cari-Anne Powell,
Agent 352-378-4814
ttgcarri@aol.com
www.NFLLAND.com
1 in Vacation
140 Properties

MOUNTAIN LAND, 2 cool
quiet acres on Majestic
Mtn lake nearby 30 min
to 6oone $19,500 fi-
nancing, 336-973-0357,
NCmountain.com
11431 Out Of State I
ALABAMA BARBOUR
County.900+ acres.All 1
tract of 200 acres of
cropland, 40 acres CRP
pines, 35 acre duck pond
640 acres of pine& hard-
wood mix. 334-762-2311
/ 334-790-5000
ARIZONA LAND LIQUIDA-
TION! Near Tucson.
Football Field Sized
Lots. $0 Down/$0 Inter-
est, $99/Month ($9,995
total). FREE INFORMA-
TION. Mone Back Guar-
antee! 1-800-682-6103
Op#16. No Salesperson
will Call
ASHEVILLE, NC Cool
Mountain Air Large
wooded homesites,
spectacular views,
streams. Borders Na-
tional Forestand Cataw-
ba River! Priced to sell,
excellent financing! Buy
now, build when ready.
Call 888-253-0699 JLPC
Just Pick Up the Phone
and You're Halfway
Home! Place your ad in
This Classified Section!


1143 1 out of State |
ASHEVILLE, N.C. area BIG
WATER. BIG VIEWS.
Breathtaking mountain
homesites! Paved
Roads, Clubhouse, Fish-
ing, Appalachian Trail.
For maps and pricing:
(866)411-LAND.
BAHAMAS Oceanfront
Lots Rum Cay, first
phase pricing as low as
100K. Financing avail-
able. White sand-beach-
es, azure blue water,
world class fishing & re-
laxation. Call Fred
772-263-3776 Real Es-
tate of Florida.
BEAUTIFUL NORTH CAR-
OLINA. SUMMER IS
HERE. WESTERN NC
MOUNTAINS MUST SEE.
Homes, Cabins, Acre-
age, & INVESTMENTS.
Cherokee Mountain Re-
alty MURPHY N.C. Call
for Free Brochure.
(800)841-5868. www.
cherokeemountainreal-
ty.com.
Beautiful Western NC Call
for a Free Brochure
1-800-841-5868 on
Homes, Acreage & In-
vestment Properties.
Cherokee Mountain Re-
alty. 1285 West US Hwy
64 Murphy, NC 28906
www.cherokeemoun-
tainrealty.com
Tired of the same "old"
thing? Sell your antiques
wit an a in class 402.
BLUE RIDGE GEORGIA,
Beautiful Mtn cabin,
2br/2/2 ba vaulted beam
ceilings w/sleeping loft
CHA, 2 acre wooded lot
w/ good views. New,
must see! $184,900
770-974-7344 or
770-262-9562
Blue Ridge Georgia, 3.0
acres on Fightingtown
Creek. 285 feet of noisy
creek frontage, soil re-
port, multiple building
sites, great access,
close to town $125,000.
Bryan (706) 745-1239
Buy Mountain Land Nowl
5 acres, high altitude
spectacular view, paved
road, driveway, house
site. $35,000. Owner fi-
nancing. Bryson City NC
Call owner (800)810-
1590. www.
moutainoverlook
properties.com
Chilton Co. Ala 500+
Acres, Camp House,
W/Beds Kitchen
Bathrm, Shower, Deer
skinning area, Walk-in
cooler Dog pens. Other
Bldgs&Sheos
$1,200,000334-366-4594
Chilton Co. Alabama 20,
43, 50 8 & 46 Acres.
Good Home sites & Fish-
pond sites. $2 500-
5,000/Acre.Deer &Tur-
keyl 334-366-4594
Come To The Beautiful
Mountains of Murphy.
N.C. Call For a Free Bro-
chure Investors Realty
1-800-497-3334 Email:
investorsrlt@cablet-
vonline.net Lake Lots
$89 000 New Log Home
on Pond $119,500 Vaca-
tion Rentals www.inves-
torsrealtyinc.com
COME TO THE MOUN-
TAINS RE/MAX Moun-
tain Properties offers
the best properties
available in Western NC.
Mountain views, creeks,
cabins & acreage. Call
toll free, 1-877-837-3002
to receive more infor-
mation.
Dreaming of moving to
the cooFCarolina Mtns?
Bargain prices on wood-
ed golf front & view
homesites on gorgeous
mtn course. No time lim-
it to build. Little down
lowest interest rates!
Call (866)334-3253, x 710
or www.cherokeeval-
leysc.com
Want Ads
GEORGIA Historic St.
Mary's Coastal Commu-
nity, Cumberland Har-
bour. Homesites cano-
pied by ancient oaks,
edged by beautiful wa-
terways, breathtaking
vistas, ocean access.
Early purchase incen
tives & swiecton reser-
vations Initrmalion
1-888- 231520.
LAKE BARGAIN $24,900.
Free covered boat slip!
Gently sdping lake view
parcel w/ nice mix of
low rolling meadows &
trees. Abuts national
forest on 35,000 acre
recreational lake in
TENN. Paved roads, wa-
ter, sewer, more. Excel-
lent financing Call now
1-800-704-3154 ext. 482,
Sunset Bay, LLC
LAKE BARGAIN $24,900.
Free covered boat slip!
Gently sloping lake view
parcel w/nice mix of low
rolling meadows &
trees. Abuts national
forest on 35,000 acre
recreational lake in
TENN. Paved roads, wa-
ter, sewer, more. Excel-
lent financing. Call now
(800)704-3154, ext. 483,
Sunset Bay, LLC.
Mountain Land Near
Boone, NC Up to 10 acres
from $ 10,000-35,000.
Seller or local financing
arranged. Great views.
Good roads, Near fresh
water streams. Lowe &
Son Land Company
www.3 3 6 -ynd. 8 3 5 2 2 8
www.buyncland.com


1143 1 Out Of State |
NC MOUNTAIN CLOSE-
OUT SALE! Mountain
Views from $14,900. Riv-
erfronts from $49,900
Log Home/$79,900-
2,000 square foot log
home with big views.
3,000+ elevation, easy
access. Excellent Fi-
nancingI (800)455-
1981,Ext. 95.
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAIN CABINS New
construction in Lake
Lure areas newest de-
velopment. Secluded
but near resort ameni-
ties. Pre-Construction
pricing from $149,900.
www.Buffa oJunc-
tion.com 1-800-992-2502
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS 3.7 acres
w/ new log cabin shell,
$84,900. Acreage avail-
able w/ stunning moun-
tain views, streams &
paved roads. Prices
starting at $29,900w/fi-
nancing. 828-267-1063.
North Ga Mtns, 1 hr North
of Atlanta Ellijay -60
acres, spring & 2 small
creeks, large hardwood
timber, 360 degree
views, 40-50 mile views,
80% property surround-
ed by US Forest Service,
power & phone,djoins
paved rd. Price reduced
for quick sale.
$6,500.00/acre (firm) for
whole tract. Priced
$210,000.00 below ap-
praised value. Also
available @ 4 different
locations, 21 acre, 117
acre, 179 acre, & 220
acre tracts. By Owner
(706) 633-3068 to view
property www.old
timeproperties.com
TENNESSEE 326 Acres,
Several building sites,
majestic waterfalls
year round creeks! $995
per Acre. 931-946-5263,
Piney Creek Properties,
LLC
* TENNESSEE MON-
TEAGLE-SEWANEE
Beautiful Mountain
Properties. 600- Acres,
tracts 5 acre & up. 4
miles from I-24, gated &
secluded! Gorgeous
Bluff, creek & wooded
lots. Near hospitals
schools & University of
The South. Call George,
423-949-6887
"TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAINS" 3.29 ACRES, on
White Creek w/commu-
nity trail $29,900, Canoe
& ayak country, Lo
Cabins approve,. unt-
ing & Fising Cal 1-888-
575-LAND (5263), ext.
4133
WESTERN NC MOUN-
TAINS. North Carolina
Where there is Cool
Mountain Air, Views &
Stream, Homes, Cabins
& Acreage. CALL FOR
FREE BROCHURE OF
MOUNTAIN PROPERTY
SALES. (800)642-5333.
Realty of Murphy. 317
Peachtree St murphy,
NC 28906 www.realtyof-
murphy.com.
LAND & LAKE SALES
Georgwetown Georgia
Hunting tracts, Water-
front Properties & Resi-
dential available.
229-334-8104
150-170
Manufactured
Homes

1 Mobile Home
150 Sales

14 & 16 Wides New 04's
Low as $23,500
Del-Set up-AC- Skirt
More Sq. Feet for the $$
Banks (863) 688-4635
Lakeland Nearl-4&98
N. TAMPA, 14x562br/lba
adult park, W/D, shed,
12x25 scrn porch. A
must see! $11,000 obo
813-269-2747
SE Lakeland, Purchase '98
2BR/2BA 16x66 w/CH/A
& more for $19,995 o:.r
Rent to Own $4,i'i
down. Move In Ni:..
May trade boat etc.
Owner 863/293-0950
Mobile
155 Homes In
Parks
APOLLO BEACH-Must
move. 2/2 split plan MH
w/separate sun & Indry
rms in 55+ gated comm.
New A/C &wtr heater,
$13,900.813-230-1360
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
EAST Tampa 3br2ba 1992
Dbl Wide in family park
Like New
$3000 Down $678/mo
incld. lot rent.
Toni 813-748-8588 '
NORTH TAMPA 1980
24x36 Brigadoon in in 55+
park. Enclosed Porch,
W&D in separate shed.
$6,0000 OBO. (813)
949-6907
North Tampa Mobile
Homes 1 & 2 br for sale
(or rent) in 55 over park.
Call 813-935-4112.

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Mobile
155 Homes In
Parks
THONOTOSASSA 14x56,
2br 1/2 ba,CHA, Set up
in Quiet Shady Family
Park, close to shopping
& schools $5,000 obr
V 813-982-2887V
Why rent? Own .ujr
Home TODAY! IMAGINE
only $399. per month +
lot lease Instant
financing available w.a.c.
813-985-8820
180
Commercial Prop.
Lease

1in0 IOfc Space
Lease
Arbor Ridge Prof. Park.
2 new ofc suites avail.
BB Downs & Bearss Ave.
1500 sf ea or total bldg
Call 813/917-9518
Or 813/917-9468
jiripa@ripatampa.com

HISTORIC
DOWNTOWN PLANT CITY
OFFICE SUITES Street
level suites. Secured
Building 1071 Sq Ft.
$642. month plus elec-
tric, 674 sq ft $480.43
month plus electric, 480
sq ft $342.40 month plus
electric CREDIT& BACK-
GROUND CHECK MUST
813-719-3700
Medical Space Available.
3500 E.Fletcher Ave.,
Tampa, FL.
Call Darren Wagner
813-299-4100

PLANT CITY Down Town,
Up-Stair Office space
for rent. $300 Month.
813-719-8345

SPOT
ADVERTISING
WORKS!
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
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 first floor.
02,600/month. Also
1,000sf, $800/month.
I 813-766-94540
SOUTH TAMPA
8 Corporate Offices Avail-
able, includes parking,
conference room &cen-
tral receptionist
Call 813-258-822
SPACE FOR LEASE $250.
month with utilities.
CALL 813-754-1664
Plaza Place, SouthShore
Office Park Sun Point
Shopping Cntr
Banking/ffice/Retail
All sizes 813-641-2800
www.PhaganDev.com
Spot Advertising Works
750 sf office space @ 1804
W. Baker St., excellent
location. $750/mo.
(813)764-8030
i1 Retail
180C Space

SOUTH TAMPA-3616 S.
Dale Mabry. 5,500sf
building, rear parking,
prime location,
$4000/month net lease,
813-623-9668
190
Commercial Prop.
Sale

So Commercial
190B Sites Sale
PLANT CITY, approx 4000
sf, zoning allows medi-
cal, dental office or day
care, $349K. Penny
Evans 863-860-5604
COLDWELL BANKER
Duplex,
190G Triplex
Quads Sale
LAKELAND 5 Unit
Apartment Building.
Great Income.
$189,000.
Call 813-763-3129
11901 Warehouses1
190L I Sale

IN THE HEART OF YBOR
CITY 1513 E. 9th Ave
6,650 SQFT warehouse
14 FT Ceiling asking
price $700,000 ask for
Jack or Sam (813)
241-4545
200-249
Rentals

| 200 1 Rooms/Rent I
Efficiencies & rooms for
rent, Day/Week. Down-
town location. Apply
Wilson Ct Motel 301 N.
Thomas 813.752-1227


I 204 | Apts. Fur.
BUSCH GARDENS Area
Efficiency unit Utilities
included $125/wk lbr&
2br Mobile homes avail-
ableTTom MHP 10603
N. Nebraska 813-977-8210
1on Apartments
205 Unfurnished
BRANDON Area 1 MONTH
FREE/Proof of credit
1 & 2 Bedroom Apts
Free Cable. Senior dis-
counts. El Dorado Apts
Call 813-689-3658
FREE V2 MONTHS RENT
MOVE-IN BY 7/31
1 & 2 BR's, Nice & Clean
Plant City
813-754-2200
TOWNSGATEAPTS
HYDE PARK, 1 br 1 ba
apt compfeteiy 'updat-
ed,hrdwdflrs, highceil,
all appi's, offSt. parking,
frt porch, CHA $775/mo.
813-684-3407; 323-2782
HYDE PARK 1000sf, 2BR,
1BA CHA W/D incl.
pool, acuzzi, off street
prkg, 400sf patio, only 1
bhk from Bayshore, SOHO
$900/mo.813-258-4774
HYDE PARK Spacious
Townhome 2BR 1/2 BA,
wood firs, W/D, Pets ok,
fncd yd, off street prkg.
$975/mo. Avail. now.
(813)226-3093
Nebraska & Hills. 1201 E.
MLK 2/1 & 714 E. Hum-
phrey2/1 $495ea. House
616 E. Comanche 3/11/2
$750. All 1 mo. dep.
813-615-0314,468-0354.
New Tampa 3BR, 2BA
Condo.A+ schools,
gated Hunter's Green
Community. Available
Immediately. $990/mo.
Call (813)991-0246
NORTHEAST TAMPA First
Month Free or Bahama
Getaway. Spacious, Af-
fordable 1,2 & 3 br apts
with Hillsborough River
views. 813-988-11fl91
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's &
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pmr M-F 813-754-6932
PLANT City, Efficiency
cabin, 1 room, A/C, ap-
pliances, No pets, $249
month 813-659-2666 or
813-785-6393
PLANT CITY Historic
Downtown, 2BR/1BA,
2nd floor 928 sq ft. large
windows, new carpet,
paint and appliances,
secured building $635.
er mth, plus utilities.
REDIT & BACKGROUND
CHECKAMUST
813-719-3700
Plant City
SUMMER SPECIAL
$200 off 1st months Rent.
Studio $350
1 Bedrooms $420
Very Clean, Must See!
Grove Court Apts
813-752-7398
SPRING HILL NEW
APARTMENTS 2 Br, 2 Ba
1 Car Garage, Heated
Pool. Prewired forCable
& Satellite. $725 month
352-232-6363
TAMPA PALMS town-
home, 2br, 21/2 ba + bo-
nus rm, lecg, hdwd firs
SS appi., on conserv. all
upgrades. Avail 8/13,
$ 00/mo. 863-255-6143
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205 Unfurnished
TEMPLE TERRACE
Puritan Place*
* Affordable community!
Spacious 1,2 &3 Br Apts
Recently Renovated ext
New Playground 2pools!
Picnic &Bar-B-Q Area,
Great Neighborhood
PublicTransportation
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for move-in specials
calla 813-988-6112
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ated community.
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Houses
I21 Unfurnished

AFB AREA, 3br/lba near
MacDill CHA fenced
back yard, $951/MO 1st,
last + dep. Fred
813-335-4379
Apollo Beach
Lake Front Executive
Home 3/2/2 new house,
beautiful view.
$1,225/Mo
Call 966-2400
WEED out your old lawn
mower with an ad in
class 460!
APOLLO BEACH- Mira Bay
Villa, New, Lrg 3br 2ba
2cg, 1966sf, Porch
Maint Free Resort living,
Use of Pool Tennis, Gym
& Spa $12000/mo or
lease opt. 813-641-1977
CARROLLWOOD AREA
4BR 2BA 2CG Approx
1700sf, fenced W/D
close to Veterans.
$1200/mo
813-843-9538
Carrollwood/Citrus Park
Lovely 3/2 on Ig lot
w/oak trees. Exc Cond.
A rated schools.
Avail 9/15 $1600/mo
813-960-7706
CARROLLWOOD, patio
home 2br/2bba, W/D,
newly painted $1750/mo
+ dep.5 Call Cindy
813-258-58825309
Hopedale Avail Immed.
When you read Classified
it's. HELLO..GOOD BUY!
CUTE, lbr/lba, h/a, part
furn, nice quite neigor-
hood, fenced yard, $450.
813-477-4646
DAVIS ISLAND 2br Iba, LR
& Den0 CHA, Fncd Bk
Yard, New Carpet /Ter-
razzo $1000/mo 1st last
&Dep. MD Managenent
813-972-4846 971-0483
EGYPT Lake Area 4br
21/zba Pool Home with
Garage & Large Den
W/Fireplace, $1200/mo
+ $1,200 Dep.
B 8l3-963-6392 I
ELLENTON Brand new
house, 2662sf, 5br/3ba/
3cg, Irg lanai, Liv/Din/
Fam rms Immed Occu-
pancy Nice nghbrhd
$1900/mo 954-648-4396
HYDE PARK, 3/2, bunga-
low, updated 2000. Aval
Aug 1. Hrdwd firs, high
cei frpch, CHA,5I50sf
W/b, $1575/mo.
813-684-3407; 323-2782
LAND 0' LAKES
Oakstead, 3/2/2 1850sf,
new home. Avail now!
$1300/mo. 2 WEEKS
FREE RENT!
813-727-1749 Now!


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Land 0 Lakes New
3br,2ba, golf course
home, gated, ool, lawn
care inc. FirsM month's
rent FREE! $1450/mo
813-966-4825



Lexington Oaks golf
community new home
on course. tennis, pool,
gym perfect for retirees
$1,560/mo No Pets, No
Smoking 813-948-3543
LUTZ, 1 br$395.2 br $795.
secluded. Approve 1 Mi.


LUTZ 4 br, 2 ba, scrd in
pool, fpl, cul-de-sac, FR,
R, DR, bonus rm,
fenced yard, oversized
property. $1395/mo.

LUTZ HOME
3br/2ba in Villa Rosa.
SplIt planAlarm, Lrg
yard, App incl, Pets OK
$1350/mo o Avail Aug
7th 813-766-2241
We have great plans to
help you sell your home.
Call & ask about our Buy-
er's Choice photo page!
NEW SUBDIVISION
GRAND OPENING!
OPEN MON-SAT 10-5PM,
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Masonry 3-4 br, 2ba
w/gar. Low down, Low
monthly p payments,
easy qualifying. 56th
Street, go 2 bks W. on
American Housing
(813) 264-9950
NEW TAMPA, Meadow
Pointe, 4/2/2
liv/din/fam, Ig yard on
conservation, no pets,
incl cable & phone.
$1,500/mo. 813-390-7444
OLDSMAR 2/1/1, ceramic
tile, large fenced yard,
new appliances, new ac,
pets Ok, community
pool, tennis court, $900
mo. 727-858-2476.
PLANT CITY 2br/lba
ch 'a. tile floors, fenced
yard $600. m,:, 752 3161
Plant City 2br w air.
1420/mo $250/dep
863-647-5008; 398-2651
Want Ads
PLANT CITY beautiful 3br
/lba, oak floors, dbl lot,
fncd, scrnd-in pool, circle
drive, excellent neighbor-
hood, no pets. $1100 mo+
sec dep. 813-752-9548
RIDGE MANOR Hernando
Couty, 2/1 fireplace,
trees, cable fenced.
$600/mo. 1 yr lease.
Call(352)583-2737
or(813)310-4061
Riverview Summerfield
Crossings. 3br,2ba ca-
thedral ceiling, clean
child-safe pool covered
patio, 2cg. $1150/mo.
Details: 813-641-0613
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS,
3/2/carport, 1450sf,
near river, tile through
out, new paint, big yard,
reat family nbrhd,
1250/mo 813-546-3887
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS,
1920's bungalow.
Historical 3/2 1 car gar,
2500 sf, wood firs, high
ceilings, $1200/mo.
813-960-8980


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IRRIGATION, INC.
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210 Unfurnished

SEMINOLE HEIGHTS
3br/lb $899/mo.
6806 N. Central Ave.
2br lba $799/mo
6705 N. Central Ave.
813-949-0692
SOUTH TAMPA 2 br, 1 ba
close to DnTwn, walk to
Bayshore, near AFB,
wood firs, Ig fncd yd,
new sod WD, CHA DW,
$800/mo 813-837-3723
SOUTH TAMPA Cozy 3/1,
mins. frm AFB, 1141 sf,
W/D, fncd, eat-in kitch,
swingset. $1200/mo.
1st, last, dep. 6225 S.
Church. 813-902-9857
SOUTH TAMPA
Rent to Own! 3br/lba
fen bk yrd, 1200sf, next
to park. Terms negotia-
ble. Please call
813-728-0242
South Tampa-Westshore
Area.3BR 2BA icar
garage, 2500sf, fenced
yard large eden.
$1,300per month
Call 813-960-8980
SULPHER SPRINGS. 4br
lba, W&D hkup, fenced
yard, section 8 ok.
B13-930-8913.

Tampa Beautiful Water-
front Exec. Home. 3000
sf, 4/2.5/2, pool, dock,
bay access, gourmet kit.,
FP, hrdwd, gated comm.
$3,400.813-727-6125
Tampa Palms 3/2, $1,365/
mo. Newly painted,
refurbished, lease
incentives, community
pool, club facilities.
Owner (941)474-9303
or (813)910-4171
TEMPLE TERRACE 2br
lba 1200sf, fen bkyrd
scrn porch, tile/hdwd
firs nice ng brhd,
$906/mo + dep Call for
special 813-926-5096
TOWN N Country,3br2ba
Ceramic Tile, W/D & all
Appli Incl, 1 year lease,
$500 Dep. $975/mo
please call
1 813-477-7767 B
WEST TAMPA Waterfront
comm. w/boat ramp 3br
2ba 2cg 1800sf Mex. tile
throughout. Great
SchooF Dist. avail 8/1
$1,460/mo 813-842-7715
9121 Lease-Option
I To Buy

Company wants 3-4
homes in this area on
1-2 Year LEASE
PURCHASE.
Call M-F 813-241-4333
SOUTH TAMPA
Rent to Own! 3br/lba
fen bk yrd, 1200sf, next
to park. Terms negotia-
ble Please call
813-728 j242
i 212 1CondominiumI
BAYSHORE, Great water
& dntn view, just remod-
eled 2br/2ba w/ balco-
ny, covered parking,
pool, security $1150/mo
+ dep 813-309-2886
BRANDON Complfurnw/
king & twin beds, all
Appl. 2br/2ba condo,
. new carpeting, kitch &
A/C. Comm pool,
$900/mo 800-311-0826
Carrollwood Village 2BR,
2BA, W/D pool, tennis,
cable, small balcony.
$800 per month
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12121 Condominiuml
CLEARWATER, Sand K-y,
Crescent Beach Club II, 2
br, 2 ba, beautifully furn
condo overlooking Gulf,
equip kitchen W/D
pool, tennis. Call
859-492-3980
South Tampa Condo 2/2,
washer & dryer, securi-
ty, assigned parking,
references. $950.
813-835-0969.

TEMPLE Terrace
Raintree Manor, 3/2
att'd gar, W/D, free
cable, new paint &
carpet, remod. baths,
end unit. No pets.
$1000/mo. 813-928-0433
TOWN N'CNTRY 1BR 11/2
bths, gated, Bay access.
Nice & Clean corner
unit, pool view, water &
garb inci all app s. Refer
req. $625 (813)300-5428
1212A I Townhouse
BRANDON, 2br/11/2ba
1100sf, Gated communi-
ty, pool, cable W/D incl.
No pets $900/mo + dep
Available August
813-985-5646
CARROLLWOOD, 3/2/2
1500sf, tile/berber, scrn
lanai, on consv, all appi,
comm pool, sec syst,
$1100/mo + $750/sec
dep 813-598-6279
CARROLLWOOD Fletch-
ers Point 3/2.5 Mexican
Tile, 1st Fir, Tiled Count-
ers, all appli, cable, wa-
ter, pool FL&S $1,000/mo
Avail 9/1.813-960-4037
DAVIS ISLANDS 2brl 1/2 bz
leg, 1200sf CB Town-
home, W/D, Cel Fans
Porch w/sm Fenced
Yard, Extra Frig in Ga-
rage, $1,450/mo Lawn
Care Incl. 813-205-5152
LAKE HEATHER 2/21/z
1155sf, enduniton pond,
all apple, incl W/D, new
paint, tile, carpet. No
Pets. Comm pool $875/
mo + dep 813-963-1294
NEW TAMPA, Live Oak
Preserve,gated comm
Lrg3br/3batwnhm 2cg,
cable, W/D, alarm
$1400/mo 888-852-3086
small pet OK
Plant City 3BR, 2BA, 1CG,
Ceramic Tile & Carpet.
$895/mo. Credit- req'd.
(813)764-8030
WESTCHASE Area Brand
NewTownhome for rent
1245sf, 2Br 11/Ba end
unit, W/D $950/Mo +
Sec. Dep. Pets, Smokers
OK. Bill Kind APlumb
Realty 813-854-3216
WESTCHASE Twnhs, 3bd,
2.5ba, 2cg W/D stniss
apples hrdwd,. i ceil-
ins, ncd crtyrd, W/hot
tub. $1495/mo + $1495
sec dp. 813-205-5556
I215 Mobile
Homes

1BrApts& 1&2Bedrm
MHs. f mile S of 14 on
Forbes Rd. 813-752-5234
ANTIOCH 2br/1/2ba,
newly remodeled laun
room w/washer/dryer
Ig scr porch on 1 ac. No
pets/smokers. 986-1079
CORK Area 1 BR very pri-
vate lot, all utilities plus
local phone only. $130
wk.813-623-2287
CORK area: cute, cozy,
new inside 2/1 a/c no
pets, ref, $100/wk
300idep 863-670-1924
CLASSIFIED
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215 Homes

DURANT 2br MH w/CHA
Completlty Furnished,
NO PETS! Ret's,
$400/mo + $200 Dep.
12-6pm; 813-737-2320
KEYSVILLE AREA. Large
country lot 2br lba
CH&A, no pets, $425 mo.
$300 dep. Call
863-425-3918.
NORTH LAKELAND
clean & quiet 2br
863-858-4992
Plant City lbr w/ air,
$90/wk $250/dep
863-647-5008; 398-2651
Plant City-2 &3BRMH's&
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pr M-F 813-754-6932
PLANT CITY, 2 br, garden
tub, cath ceil, super
clean! Quiet park.
$130/wkly. $400 dep. No
pets. 813-752-9594
PLANT CITY 2br, ch/a,
laundry on premise no
pets, weekly/monthly
plus security.
813-754-6541
PLANT City 3br/2ba coun-
try private lot NO PETS.
$750. water &garbage
provided 813-759-6467
PLANT City, clean 1BR, In-
side building, couple on-
ly, water furnished,
lights & gas extra, $110.
week + $300. Depoist
813-752-5687
PLANT CITY: Nice 2 bed 2
bath shaded private lot,
air, washer & dryer hook
ups norets,$175WK&
$40b DE. 813-759-9353
RIVERVIEW 1 acre, 3br,
2ba mobile home. Good
location to schools &
shopping. Open, airy
and starlit. $795/mo.
Robert: 813-843-1263
1n Travel Trailer
220 Lots For Rent
Plant City-2&3BRMH's&
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
I 1 Vacation
Places
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rate-THE INN- www. in-
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(800)874-0470.
DIRECT OCEANFRONT.
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Ocean from the living
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kitchen and master bed-
room of this beautifully
decorated, 2BR/2BA,
second-floor vacation
condo. Elegantly fur-
nished and fuly ap-
pointed; just bring your
suitcase. One-month
minimum rental. Call
Troy at Triangle Realty
Rentals and mention
code "Getaway".
386-547-9739 or 800-
358-2943.
250-299
Employment
Services

2901 Jobs Wanted
CLEANINESS is next to
Godliness. Dependable,
Trustworthy woman to
clean homes.
Call 813-757-0598
MAN-TRUCK
& DOLLY
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FULL DAY 813-417-7336
WILL HAUL Trash Junk
Clean Sheds, Yd & Tires,
Anything! ILL DO IT.
737-3351 763-3745
WE HAUL ALL
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300-390
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Loveable, Dependable,
caregivers, Autumn
AssistUiving 1307 E.
Baker 813-752-1648
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best med practice in
Tpa. Customer exp & PC
lit req. Local travel to
sate offices req.
DFWP. Fax 813-876-0960

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813-659-2694
Medical assistance, Rou-
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813-752-9375

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Please fax or mail
resume. No phone calls,
please.
Human Resources Dept.
13020 N. Telecom Pkwy.
TempleTerrace, FL33617
Fax:813-972-2078
1340 1 Hospitality
KITCHEN HELP F/T. &
Waitresses Apply in per-
son Chancy Catfish
Shack, N Park Rd
754-0477 or 752-7224
350 Clerical/ I
Secretarial
CLERICAL Jobs
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813-754-5997
1360 | Trades
A/C Contractor estld 25
yrs seeks Installers. for
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time w/ excellent bene-
fits. Call 813-247-2665.
Job ID #121033
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Truck, clean driving
record. Greatpay/
benefits. 813-977-0616
ELECTRICAL CAREERS
No experience nec. We
train; we tool. From
Riverview to Sarasota.
RAMS JumpStart
813.880.7133 EOE/DFWP
ELECTRICAL SVC TECHS
& JOURNEYMEN
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY!
4 years +exp.
813-899-4948
Jack of all trades.
Master of none. tam-
3pm, Mon-Fri. Hard
Work. Pay based on exp.
DLreq. 813-243-3023
Oil Change/Oil Sample
Tech for heavy equip.
Some mechanical skills.
Class D & clean driving
record. 813-621-0851
Job ID #33085
PRINTING Press Operator
MUST have EXPERIENCE
operating a Hamada
C248L &Ryobi 3200 Fax
resume 813-623-6648
SHINGLERS needed, new
const., transp a must.
Call 813-995-9322
SPRAY TECH needed for
Plant Entrance Nursery.
Licenses Required. Ap-
ply at Amplex, 3304 N.
3rontage7d Plant City
813-754-7003
TRANS R&R Person, have
tools, M-F good shop.
Call (813)246-4309
WELDER needed for Ma-
chine Shop, bilingual
preferred. s57-0224
| 370 | Sales |
GREETERS-P/T, mostly
weekend hours. Need
happy, smiling faces
with outgoing personal-
ities. Professional ap-
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Fax resume 727-372-2033
OUTSIDE SALES/ BEAUTY
SUPPLIES. Established
Territory. Call
800-824-8255 ext 12.
SALES immed. position.
Exp w/ intangible sales
or svcs. Salary negot.
based on exp. Call:
813-781-6848
Wanted Sales Persons
with burning desire to
earn $2K $7K+/wk.
Leave your contact info
foracall back interview!
1-888-826- 8931
National publishing com-
pany looking for sales
representatives in Flori-
da. Willing to travel.
Monday- Friday Com-
mission position. Com-
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$720/week. Call
(800)225-6368 ext 333.

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also. Call(800) 226-5110
x146 fax (407) 843-4559.
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ROUTES avail. PT work,
FT pay. PM hrs. PU Truck
req'd. Valet Waste
1-877-5PICK-UP Ext. 1993
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CDL, $12-$14/hr. Call
813-677-1606,Gibsonton
1380I Employment
l General
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seeks help. No exp. nec.
Will train. 813-752-2468
Job ID #78766
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**now hiring thin**
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Maintenance/Electrical
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.or 1-800-332-2340
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per hour DIMINO'S PIZZA
is now hiring Delivery
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son to 204 W. Alexander
St, Plant City.
FLOOR TECH & CUSTODI-
AL WORK available- P/T,
M-F, evening hours.
813-223-4228EOE/DFWP
FULL Time Outside Main-
tenance Person, 40
hours per week plus
benefits. Plant City
813-752-1674
General clean-up person
Appliance Store. Apply
7604 E. Broadway
General Laborers,
Scaffolders, Landscape.
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$ DAILY PAYS$
219 Cook St,BrandonFL
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PACKERS- Plant City. 2nd
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General I
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13961 Schools I
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line from home. Busi-
ness, Paralegal, Com-
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more. Financial Aid, job
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and computers provid-
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Merchandise

1400 1 Misc for Sale
$SS SAVE $$ Tv's, PC'S,
DVD players, digital
cameras, video games
and more! Police seized
property from $10! For
information 1-
800-741-9372, Ext. P108.
$19.99 HOME PHONESER-
VICE! Get Reconnected
fast! Or Call Before Dis-
connection. BellSouth
region from $19.99/mo.,
Elsewhere from
a 29.99/mo. No Deposit,
Guaranteed Approval.
1-866-447-2489 Ameri-
can DialTone, Connect-
ing Customers Since
1999!
ANTIQUE WROUGHT
IRON-FENCING 168' in 8'
sections x 6' tall, heavy
duty, $3000 for all.
813-835-4330
BATHTUB REFINISHING .
Renew / Change Color.
Tub, Tile, Sink &Chip Re-
pair Commercial & Resi-
dential. 5 yrs. Warranty
Quick Response,
ensure& Serving Florida
Over 10yrs. "Florida's
Tub Doctor" 1-
888-686-9005
BILLIARD TABLES 8ft Pool
Table Professional 1
Brazillian Slate, K66
Rails Leather Pockets
Pearl Sights Still
Crated, Cost $5K, Sell
$1250. Kit Available, Can
Deliver Tampa
954-553-8419,
954-553-5924,
407-660-1415
BMW TIRES (4)
MAKEOFFER
754-6915
*DIET PILLS* New Pre-
scription Strength
(Phentrazine 37.5mg 60
tabs $89.95) No Pre-
scription Needed! FREE
Shipping 1-888-527-0870
DIETPILLUSA.COM
DIRECT FREE 3 ROOMS
SYSTEM installed & de-
livered free. Say good-
bye to cable forever. Ac-
cess over 225 chan-
n e I s C a ll
1-800-859-0440.
www.directech.tv
FREE 4- ROOM DIRECTTV
SYSTEM includes instal-
lation! 4 MO. FREEpro-
gramming w/NFL Sun-
day Ticket subscription.
Over 205 channels!Lim-
ited time offer. S& H. Re-
strictions Apply
(866)500-4056.
GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/ Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
GPS Electronic mapping -
Garmin color screen,
complete $450.
727-535-0505 xt 222
HOT Tub 5 person, wood-
en decorative casing
$800.813-752-8441 X236
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affect you let us give you
the facts! FACTFIoridi-
ans Against Crime Task-
force P.O.Box 9235 Glen-
wood FL 32722 (386)
801-4740 Fax 386)
740-8330.
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HARDWOOD FLOORING
from .99 cents Sq. FtL Ex-
ofil Oak bamboo,pre-
fmnihed & unfinised.
Bellawood w/50 year
prefinish, plus A lot
more! We Deliver any-
where, 5 Florida loca-
tions 1-800-FLOORING
(356-6746)
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25%4- 75% off.
Call Lana 727-391-6628
MIRROR LEFTOVERS Best
Quality. Cheapest Ever!!
48"x100"x1/.4" (15)
$95.00/ea 72 'xl00" /4
(11) $14100/ea
84"x60"xl/4" w/1" Bev-
el $135.00/ea
72"x50'x1/4" w/1" Bevel
$110.00/ea Free Deliv-
ery (anywhere) Install A-
valiable A&J Wholesale,
1-800-473-0619
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Direct Pricing. 25 Dis-
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color brochures. Sched-
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(800)622-2832.
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14001 Misc for Sale I
WANTED 20 Homes to
Show Off Our New Life-
time Exterior Paint! Call
now to See If Your Home
Qualifies 1-800-672-7114
c. # CBC010111)
14nna Misc.
U400A Wanted

Business Telephone
Sales wants to buy your
used business tele-
phone equipment.
AT&T,
Toshiba, Northern
Telecom & many others.
Call Today for immedi-
ate quote & immediate
cash, on all your busi-
ness telephone equip-
ment. No Limit. Venice
FL, 1-800-396-9699
WANTED!
DTV/Dish Network
Will pay cash & pickup.
813-786-3006
ALWAYS BUYING, 1 item
or house full, Antiques,
Collectibles, Furn., &
Misc. Prompt service.
813-719-6336,659-2412
Private Collector wants
your 60's, 70's, 80's Gl
Joes (12" or 3 3/4"),
vehicles sets FOR
CASH. 813-361-8158
1401 | Auctions
AUCTION -AUG 3rd-Wa-
terfront Estate on His-
toric James River Wil-
liamsburg, VA. Tommy
Wagner AuctionCo., Jer-
r Craig King
2r07003147, JPKingAuc-
tionCo .,Inc. 2907003147.
Call(800)558-5464.
n Antiques/
402 Collectibles
Antique Canopy
Mahogany carved King
bed with matching
dresser, 2 night stands
mirror, chest and
mattress. Pd $9500.
Asking $1700.
813-926-1877
ANTIQUE WROUGHT
IRONFENCING 168' in 8'
sections x 6' tall, heavy
duty, $3000 for all.
813-835-4330
Arcadia First Antique &
Art Extravaganza Satur-
day, July 31st, 8:00am -
3:00pm, Oak Street, his-
toric district Antiques.
Art, Food, something for
everyone. Booth space
available. Call
863-993-2533
BARBER Chair 1950's exc
cond $500 obo; Rattan
LR set 7pcs 1960's $750
obo 813-264-4954

WHIZZER Motor Bike
1947 H-model runs exc,
$2750 813-986-1007


404 Hobby
404 Supplies
Arts & Crafts Show
Sarasota Municipal
Auditorium
Sat 7/24 10-5pm
Sun 7/25 10-4pm
For Info: 941-954-4165
1406 Jewelry |
Awesome 2.10 ct dia-
mond platinum ring,
center stone 0.92ct cer-
tified. Appraised $6500,
must sell $3600.
800-905-3850
ENGAGEMENT RING Plati-
num 3-stone ring. Cen-
ter diamond 1-ct. Will
throw in platinum wed-
ding band. Appraises
more than $5,000 asking
$4,000(813)368-3635
ROLEX Oyster 18k gold
over stainless steel w/
gold face. Orig. box &
papers. $3000.
813-754-2301
WE BUY GOLD!
10K to24K
TOP $$$ PAID CASH!
813-833-6737 *
1407 1 Diamonds |
DIAMOND 1.79ct, GAA,
Appr. @ $6,959 Sac
$1r00- 2.82ct Appr
$12,026 Sac. $2550
Natural Beautiful fine H
color 727-698-7275
Diamond Ring- Round
Brilliant Cut, Diamond
Wrap, clarity S11, Color
GH, Appraised at $2975,
asking $1300 BRAND NEW
813-817-1023
ENGAGEMENT/ANNIV.
Brilliant cut diamond
1.459cts G-color S12
Sacrifice ring. $5,500.
Call (727) 776-7916
ENGAGEMENT PLATINUM
oval shaped, flanked by
6 baguette channel set,
totawt 1.01, under
apprs $2500 813-300-4878
WHOLESALE
To The Public,
Tampadiamonds.com
813-486-6088

408 Stamnps-oks
I Coins -Booksl
COINS, Currency Bullion.
Buy Sell Trade Coin
Werx. Big Top Flea
Market ID211 Sat & Sun
9a-4p 813-601-6940
SHOPPING MADE EASY
That's Classified's prom-
ise! Classified delivers!


I n0 Stamps -
40 Coins- Books
COINS WANTED
Corbins's Stamp & Coin.
Estimates / Appraisals.
9a-4p.M-S. 813-651-3266.
108 Robertson St Brnd
WE BUY COINS!
Buying, selling, trading!
Over 38yrs of experience.
We pay top dollar. Call
us. 813-792-2493 or
727-455-6196
BUYING: Coins-Currency
Tampa's Oldest Coin
Store. Top Dollar Paid,
Cash. 5802 N Armenia
813-879-6670
1410 | Furniture |

ACCENTFURN.
ACCESSORIES,
ARMOIRS, BED-
ROOMS, DINING,
ENTERTAINMENT.
CNTRS, LEATHER
& UPHOLSTERY,
MATTRESSES.
ALL MANUFACTURERS,
ALL STYLES
AMERICAN DREW, BOB
MACKIE JESSICA
MCCLINTOCK, BAUER,
ASHLEY, AICO HOOKER,
HAMMARY, AMBIANCE,
ARTISON GUILD,
HUNTINGTON HOUSE,
CRAFTMASTER LEA,
JACQUELINE SMITH,
LEATHER TREND, PU-
LASKI LARGO, BUTLER
SAVOV HOUSE /TIN-
DALE LIGHTING, C.R.
LINE KIMBALL HOME.
OPEN MON-SATTILL 5PM
OPEN THUR/FRI TILL 7PM
logansfurniture.com
4315 E. COLUMBUSDR.

813-630-4744

ACCENT FURN.
Accessories, Art,
Bedrooms, Dining Rms.
Leather Gallery, Ent.
Centers, Mattresses &
Memory Foam. Several
Quality Lines. Aico,
American Drew, Pulaski,
Magnussen Home,
Wynwood, Ashely, Lea,
Kathy Ireland Home By
Standard.
4415 N. Clark Ave.
10a-6p Mon-Sat
www.elitewholesale
furniture.com
813-871-1147
ALL STILL BOXED, NEVER
OPENED! Cherrywood
DiningRoom, Table,
Chippendale Chairs,
Buffet, Hutch Server
Cost ...$9K, Sell...$1450.
Home Theater 3-4 Sec-
tions $1495. Sofa/Love-
seat $1450. Mahagony
Bedroom $1650. Bar 2-
Stools $995. Tampa
954-553-8419,
954-553-5924,
407-660-1415.
BED $100
Dbl plush Qu matt. SET.
New in plastic w/warr.
Can del. 813-870-0070
BED $100
Double sided Qn pillow
top, new, still in plastic,
can del. 813-926-8507
BED $125 KING
dbl sided pillowtop matt.
New, in plastic w/warr.
Only$125 813-870-0070

BED $150
Plush dbl sided, Qu.
pillow top set. New in
plastic w/warr. Can
deliver813-251-3134
BED $175
Dbl sided Qu P/T set, new
w/warr. can del. KG
$295 813-871-1477
BED $285
Brand New! Solid Wood,
Cherry Sleigh in Box.
Can Delv. 813-643-1388

BED $375
ALL SWEDISH FOAM SET
New. Qu coiless set. As
seen on TV w/warr.
Retail $1900. Can deliver.
813-870-0070
BED Craftmatic adjust-
able. Queen size. $1000
813-677-3727
BED-NASA memory foam
mattress set, as seen on
TV/mall, 20-year war-
ranty, new cost $1795.
Sell$595 (352)637-3100

BED-QUEEN
luxury firm, p/t set, new,
in plastic, yr wty can
DeL $169 (352) 637-3100

BED RM $485
Complete 5 piece set!
New in boxes! Can Deliver
813-643-1388*
BED ROOM 1-11 pc,
New! 4 Post or Slelig,
Hand Carved, New! $1750
Can Delv. 813-643-1388
BEDROOM $1500
Brand new, solid wd. set
8.pc. Louis Phillipe style,
List$5K. 1st$1500 takes
it! Can del. 813-251-3134

BEDROOM $299
Brand new, 4pc cherry
set. New in box. Can
deliver. 813-870-0070


1410 1 Furniture 111410 1 Furniture I


BEDROOM $875
All cherry wd sleigh bd,
nightstand, dresser
mirror, chest, new,
retail $3K, sell$875 can
del.813-870-0070
BEDROOM 1-10PC
Armoire included in solid
mahogany On. set, no
veneers, all drawers
American dovetail,
never used, still in box,
can deliver. Sacrifice
$2550 www.solid
woodbedrooms.com
813-926-8507
BEDROOM 1-10pc
All light cherry wd, Queen
by Pulaski, 4 poster
canopy bd, granite
ghtstnd Ig drsr, mir. &
TV armoire, new boxed,
retail $10K, self $2800.
Can del. 813-871-1477

BEDROOM 1-10pc
King
Solid Mahogany no ve-
neers, light/dark finish.
4 poster/sleigh. All
drawers American
dovetail, never used still
in box. Includes large TV
armoire. Can deliver
cost $9,000 sell $2,600.
www.solidwood
bedrooms.com
813-293-7621
BEDROOM SET, 7 pc.
Louis Phillipe collection
cherry sleigh w/sold wd
construction newstill in
box, cost $4K, sell $1595.
352-637-3100
BEDROOM SET Ethan Al-
len, Country French, Qn
sz, Sacrifice $2500. D5ay-
time I msg or call after
6pm 727-863-0398
BEDROOM SET, Queen
Size 6' 4 poster White
pine solid wood. dresser
w/oval mirror $900
Lakeland 863-815-4765
BEDROOM SETS, ON &
King comply w/ matt, box
sprg& frames $300 Qn &
$350 King, Liv rm set
couch & love seat, w/ 4
tbls, 2 lamps, comply.
$1000 obo 813-987-2197
BUNK BEDS $145
Iron or wood, all styles &
colors. New in boxes!
Can Delv. 813-643-1388
BUNK BEDS $159. Lofts
Captains Beds, New All
Wood, Can Deliver.
Brand'on 813-685-4760
www.alontrading.com
COMPUTER DESK
12'X7'X3'with bookcas-
es. Wood & formica.
$800 OBO 813-737-4293
813-230-2499
COUCH $495, Love $470
Chair $420 Brand New!
Top Grain Italian Leath-
er. In Plastic Can Deliv-
er. 813-643-1388
Couch $500 Love $475
Chair $425. New Leather
Italian Top Grain
Can Del. 813-870-0070
DAYBED
Complete w/pop-up
trundle & 2 twin matts.
never used, sacrifice
$275 can del 813-926-8507
DAYBED wrought iron
with walnut posts, 2 new
twin matts. $300 (813)
643-8419
DINETTE Brand New,
Hand Carved, Solid Oak
w/leaf, Claw feet & 6
Chairs. In Boxes $475
can Delv. 813-643-1388
DINING $950
All cherry Queen Anne
style. Never used, still in
box. Must Sacrifice! Can
deliver. 813-251-3134
Dining Room Table, Wal-
nut, Circa 1920's, 6
chairs, china cabinet
and 2 side boards 1
small & 1 Ig, Asking
$2000. Call
813-610-1557.
Dining Set, Beautiful
hrdwd Antique manu-
factured by/in Morging-
ton, incl. Table, buffet,
china cabinet, 6 chairs.
Rich mahogany color
pon all pieces. 2 chairs
need work to have back
and arms reattached.
Pieces are incl. Entire
set is $1500 OBO
813-390-3306
Dining Set, solid Cherry
Tbl w/2 Leaves, 6 Chrs,
lighted China Cabinet.
Upgraded uphol. & Run-
ner$1,850.813-948-4088
DINING SET- Teak, Round
table w/4 chairs & 2 Ifs.
Like new. $650.
813-695-6262
DINING SET w/HUTCH
6 Chairs &2 Leafs
Oak Excellent Condition
Early English Style $650
813-961-8847
Dining table, bevel glass,
42x78, 8 chairs, fabric,
armless, new, only
$1440.727-772-9796
813-263-5922
DOWN SIZING: Couch,
Off White Velvet $200.
Lazy-1Boy Hide-A-Bed,
$125. Coffee& 2 End
Tables, $70. Dining Room
Set, 9pc, $700. Desk,
$100.3/4 Bed $80.
Bedroom Set, 7pc $700.
Brother, Word Processor
$80.(863)859-4515


Entertainment
Ctr/Wardrobe, rustic,
wonderful condition,
like new $300.
813-672-2042
Entertainment Center
3pc, Cherry wood, light-
ed, decorative accents
like new. Pd $1599, sell
$485.813-643-6168
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
North Carolina
Samples & Floor
Model Sale
30% OFF/STORE
&WHSESALE
This Th/Fr/Sa only
logansfurniture.com
813-630-4744
Furniture Simmons 4 pc
crib set, like new, dress-
er, chest, crib & cradle.
$1200 new; sell $700
obo, 813-948-4196
LEATHER CHAIR-Over-
stuffed, caramel brown
w/nail head trim paid
$1,000. Asking $500 or
best offer. 813-810-0100
You can unload your
washer with an ad in ap-
pliances, class 416.
LIVING RM oversized 4 pc,
sofa, Love seat, chair,
otto, x-tra cushions.
Sealy, like new $1395
obo 813-948-7793
Living Rm Set: Couch,
Loveseat,'2 end tables
with lamps & accent
table, all $450.
813-991-6342
Living Rm- sleeper sofa
loveseat, coffee & end
tables. 7pc. Rooms to Go
Floral. Perfect. Pd $1600.
Sell $600 813-265-3710
LIVING Rm w/Irg painting
& 4 thbls, Dining Rm, Fu-
ton $75. All like new
Moving-EVERYTHING
MUST GO! 813-949-5323
LIVING Room Group
Elegant 7pcs, 9 months
new, paid $3300, asking
$1,650 813-254-7371
leave message
LIVING Room set, full, 2
bik leather couches, ent
ctr, coffee tble, 2 side
tbles,2 matching lamps
$850 813-545-2530
Want Ads
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.
ncl. 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 arble Tops.
2 Dining Rm Sets w/
mirrored China. Table,8
Chairs, Marble Top
Buffet Server, 3 Rugs,
Occasional Chairsjg
Mirror (7x5), 2 Marble
Top Consoles, End
Tables, Coffee Tables,
Grandfather Clock, 1
bronze Fountain, 4
Tiffany style Table
Lamps, 1 Tiffany style
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
Pool Table, 8', carved
legs, Italian 1" slate w/
access. & balls. New, still
in crate. Cost $4k sell
$1695. (352) 637-3100
SECTIONAL, 2 pc Tan
leather, 8'x8', $850
813-854-5756

SECTIONAL COUCH, It,
modern, black C
shaped, with pull out
bed. Nice fabric, pillows
included. $900 obo
813-781-1705









1410 1 Furniture

Sofa $250 Love 225
Chair $175. Uphol. New
still in plastic w/warr.
Must sell! 813-251-3134
Can deliver.
SOFA $385
MICROFIBER SET
Sofa $385. Love $345.
Chair $185. New still in
box w/warr. Family
friendly. 813-870-0070
Can deliver.
SOFA & Chaise, Natuzzi
Ithr, barely used,
purchased at Burdine's
FurnitureGallery good
grade Ithr, Buff color $
1800 pd $5000
813-817-4178
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, MUST SELL!! Ever-
g reen microfiber w/tef-
on coating. ON LY 6 mos.
old. Exc. condition $400
OBO, (727) 540-9011
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-72"x38" oval mar-
ble table with marble
pedestal, good sahpe,
B13-996-7476
TABLES, 2 end & coffee,
slate gray metal legs,
glass & marble tops,
395/set, Lutz area,
813-920-4411
TEAKWOOD. Furiture
from Bali Container
Blow-out Sale Now! Beds
Chairs Tables, Armoires,
8717 40th St. Tampa
Chris 727-643-6431
Merging 2 homes in S.
Tampa. Rooms of furni-
ture, electronics, apple's
& much more must go!
Call 813-839-8016
MOVING SALETraditional
14 pc Din rm, dark pine
$1,000. Lgt oak din set 9
pc, rush seating $500.
On Sleeper sofa green
$300727-579-2558

1415 | Carpeting I
CARPET, New 1800sf,
Dyersburg II Shaw Win-
ter Wheat. Deat $2,000;
Also 600sf of Duratecf
padding $300 Pick Up
only 352-521-0843
Carpet, top of the line,
Cream color Berber
w/some padding, like
new, approx 700 sf,
$650.813-948-4088
1416] Appliances I
Appliances-Absolute
Lowest $ Guaranteed.
Delivery. Woody's
Appliances, $74.50 up.
7604 Broadway626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
You'll find value buys ad-
vertised in classified




SUPER



SAVERS




1411 Super Savers
BATHROOM Base C lnet
with sink $50. Call
813-986-3256
FREEZER, Chest Type Al-
mond Colored Good
Cond $95.813-727-8726
HUGH CHINA CABINET
$250.00
813-789-3049
REFRIGERATE ALMOND
COLORED GOOD COND
$95.813-727-8726
SOFA, Queen Sleeper,
beige mauve & blue $75.
813-727-8726
SPA 6 Person, with cover,
pump etc. $250.
B13-737:4303
TABLE 36" glass with 6
chairs $80.
Call 813-986-3256
TABLE, FOLDING
Long $25.813-727-8726
TIRES, 4 Firestone 20K
miles 245/75/16 Radial
A/T$250. 813-707-8206
VINTAGE 1940 metal ta-
ble w/6 uphol chairs
$250. OBO, 752-1976
WEDDING DRESS size 8,
BEAUTIFUL $150.
813-727-8726
WOOD DRESSER
$35.00
813-789-3049
WOOD TABLE & CHAIRS
$20.00
813-789-3049


14161 Appliances J 4201 Musical
**APPLIANCES** I42I Instruments
USED WITH WARRANTY ORGAN Yamaha E-70,
From$99* walnut cabinet 2 key-
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG boards & fulf pedal
4000 W. Kennedy board, Must see! $1500
281-0777 OBO. 813-963-1528
PARTS TODAY
11900 N.Nebraska PIANO, Baby Grand
972-4242 Player, 6' Koehler
CokTopJenn-air3s Campbell, Ebony. $11K.
Cook Top Jenn-air3.sec- Retail value $20K.
tion 4 modules z down Moving.813-909-8182
dras, $500. Double Ov-
en, 30", Kenmore, con- PIANO, Everett Spinet,
section top, standard Exc Cond Med brown,
bottom, $500. Dish- incl bench and lots of
washer, Kenmore, Free music $975 obo
w/above purchases. 813-631-1983
813-752-067 PIANO Geo Steck Studio
I Upright. Black. Less
Slthian 2 years old. Mint.
In H ^ $1.900 OBO, (813)
V THIS 0-4090
Dryers/Washers/Fridge PIANO Kawai Baby
Stoves. Lowest Prices! Grand. Black. Plays &
4.0-U New & Used. sounds good. Must sell.
Guar.& el.Large show- $5000.727-542-0132
room with 2 loc- 1 near
you. Service & Parts
avaKnow Your Dealer. Piano'KIMBALL Baby-
42vrs.Oual.Sv/Merch Grand, Depression era,
WOODY'SAPPLIANCES exc condition, written
7604Broadway 626-7787 appraisa availab e.
8307Amenia 933-8288 $3500 obo 813-842-6986
Mom & Pops Ap lianc- PIANO'S WHOLESALE
es $75 & up W7, Stove Re-certified Yamaha's.
& Refr. 1001430thSt. Dealer guaranteed. 10yr
Free Delivers warranty. Over 200 to
813-632-9620; 335-5788 choose from.C-3 was
829K, now $10K. C-2 was
REFRIG KitchenAid, 25cf, 22K, now $8K. U-3 was
S/S, 2yrs warrivory, 7K, now $3K. By appt.
$500. Stove- GE, glass only888-600-5188
topself cleanoven, 2yrs NO
old, $300.813-835-9411 PA netbyKimbal
19" SpinetbyKimball
Refrierator, side by side Excellent Condition $650
witfi ice & water in door. w/Bench, Lamp & Music
Almond, new cond. Can 813-961-8847
deliver. $495.
813-657-2683 PIANO
VACUUM RAINBOW SE Yamaha Ul, upright, wal-
with attachments, very nut mint condition,
clean, excellent cond, $3360.813-625-7321
used very little. $350obo
813-334-7876 Pianos Pianos Inc.
Liquidation Sale
Want Ads Like New Yamaha Pianos
Washer/Dryer Kenmore, V 1/2 OFF!
Lar ca all c- VisitOuShowroom For
c apxcity, a y The Pest Deals Anywhere
Condition, 1-yr wrrty. 813-855-1227
$250 both 813-915-1277 VIOLINS New $100 Ger-
WASHER/DRYER Maytag man $150. Viola $150.
Atlantis, 2 yrs oldLg Cellos $319. Cases &
Cap, StainlessSteelub Bows. Mandolins $120.
$600 for the pair, Guitars $150. Trumpets
f 13-3 1-2244Clarinets & Flutes $199
813-361-2244Del avail 727-945-9427
WASHER & DRYER Low cost, expert repairs
Nice condition with war- 4231 Clothing
ranty $200. Can Deliver.
813-626-3754 LadiesConsignment, new
and used clothing.
WASHER OR DRYER LaChic Boutiue,220 W.
$100 Great condition Brandon Bl d. 6 2-0007.
Can deliver w/warranty. Upscale Resale
Don 813-300-6714 424I Radio, TV, &

417 1 Telephones/ | I Stereo
Pagers I 2 JBL floor speakers, cen-
ter speaker, sub woofer,
WE BUY like new $450 all.
Cell phonesold,new,No- 813-886-8264.
kia,Motorola etc We buy
them all 813.933.5008 BIG SCREEN TV Newer
I Air HD Digital 16x9 Wide
1 r41 I o Screens 55" & dish sys
418 Conditioners include or separate.
I $1,550 obo. 727-771-2665
AC'S NEW IN BOX! FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
5-lOyrs. factory warr. SYSTEM, Includin
Homes & Mobile Homes. Standard Installation!
Example: Mobile hms.2- Months Free Progam-
ton $785;2-ton $835 ming. Total Choice Pre-
3-ton $885,3 / -ton $965 mier with Local Chan-
LIC#RMfOO3l291 Free With Subscription to
delivery. Call Sonia or NFL Sunday Ticket, $360
Ron: (727) 505-8738 Value! Call Now to Or-
A/C's ALL New in Box All 5 der! Direct Satellite TV
yr Factory. Warranty, All 1-800-823-8595.
Homes, Sizes: Example FREE 4-ROOM DTRECTV
MobileHomes *0 2-0on SYSTEM inc. installa-
$3-90, 2V$-t0 840, tion. 4 MO. Free pro-
32on- 0 ton amin w/NFL Sun-
$970, 4-ton 1060 C ayTicke subscription.
Install Lic RM04312 1 Over 205 channelsHrLim-
Call Lorin 813-453-9033 ited time offer. S&H, re-
Spot Advertising Works strictions apply.
Used Mobile Home & Cen- 1-800-260-2813
trial Systems. 2-5 tons. FREE DIRECT TV,
$200 & up w/warranty. SATELLITE SYSTEM. UP
Can Install. Repair work TO 5 ROOMS INSTALLED
also. NTA CAC 1813656. *- FREE-
813-748-9265* 907-3838 813-748-8854
Mobile Home AC Units, FREE DIRECTV satellite
$200 & up, Central sys- system, includes deliv-
tems and used parts. ery and installation, pro-
813-263-6503 ramming as low as
$29.99per month forthe
40 Musical top 125 cable channels.
420 Instruments DTVsatellite.com
1 1-800-352-9992.
Amps, Speakers, Wire- HUGE Selection of used
less Mics, Lighting, TVs, VCRs & Stereo
Beamworks Inc. Rentals equip TV from $25
& Sales. Best Gear Best VCRs stereos from $15
Prices. (813)855-0709 M-F 8-4:30 813-886-1494
beamworksinc.com Sony 57", HDTV, 18 mos
BASS & GUITARS new, exc, have receipt
BAS & GUITARS -$1560 obo. TV Sanyo
BAYAREA'SBEST! 32" with stand $350
USED- VINTAGE-RARE obo. Other misc
Repairs, Lessons electronics. Moving
BUY- SELL- TRADE Sale. 813-661-5709
LEGENDS.813-348-0688 TV, 55" wide screen
I M1itsubishi, HD ready,
new cond, warranty.
Was $3400.
$1;200.......... 813-948-3188
GUITARS 100s in stock p Big Screen, Phillips,
Factory Authorized Call' to make offer.
DealerforFender, BCRich Cal to3-7 offer.
Gibson, Alvarez, Hamer, 813-719-8977
Crate, Ovation, Austin
Takamine, Kustom & I WANT TO BUY non-
more $15 Guitar Lesson working Big Screen
JAM MUSIC Televisions. Please
813-973-8430 Call 813-986-1229
SR 54 1/4 mi W of 175
3uIars Ir,,rr. ...... $24. I I Medical
-lec.Guars from......99 428 Equip.
Trumpets irom.....$149.95 I Equip.
violins from . ..... $99.95
M'c strom. .. $19.95 ABSOLUTELY NO cost to
PA's,completeat...... 249 you. New power wheel-
Buy-Sell-Trade-Service chairs, scooters and dia-
Paragon Music 876-3459 betic supplies. Call us
ORGANbWhurlitz 450 toll free 1-800-843-9199
ORGAN, Wurlitzer 4500 Day/onight to see if you
with bench, great condo. qualy
Beautiful cabinet $600. Qa
863-665-3940 You'll find value buys ad-
vertised in classified


Medical
428 Equip.

ADJUSTABLE BEDS by-
Simmons & Flexabed at
$$ BIG DISCOUNTS $$
Scooters, lift chairs
& a large SHOWROOM
of homemedical equip.
Active Medical 335-2159
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:
WCS1-800-288-9214 ext.
2341
LEVITRA, VIAGRA, MUS-
CLE RELAXER!!! Order
online: PriceBus-
terRx.com or
1-888-773-6230. FDA ap-
proved drug Soma, Tra-
madol Carisoprodol,
Fioricet, Viagra Levitra
and more!! US licensed
ghysicians/pharmacist.
Overnight shipping in-
cluding Saturaay eliv-
ery.
MEDICARE DIABETICS -
FREE METER!!! No cost
Diabetes Supplies. DIA-
BETIC SHOES. No Costto
You!!! Join Diabetes
Care Club. FREE Mem-
bership. FREE Delivery.
1-800-316-6391 .Cali
NOW!
NEW MOTORIZED
WHEELCHAIRS "No
Cost" if Eligible. Scooter
Type / Hospital Beds /
Manual Chairs. We Ac-
cept Medicare & Private
Insurance. Free Delivery
Helping Hands Medical
Equipment Call Toll-
Free 1-877-667-7088.
Hablamos Espanol.
ORDER MEDS ONLINE OR
BY PRONE Phentermine,
Soma, Ambien, Adipex,
Carisoprodol, Ultram.,
Viagra, Methocarbamol,
Levitra. No previous
prescription required.
Call Toll Free
866-438-6656 or
www.integraRx.com
Shuttle Scooter + hy-
draulic lift (Reese
hitch). $1800 for both.
Good condition.
813-996-4806
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 -
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
VIAGRA $2.50/dose CIAL-
IS $3.50/dose Lowest
Price Refills Guaran-
teed! FREE SHIPPING!
Why pay More? Call
Now!! Prescription Buy-
ers Group
1-866-887-7283
Wheel Chair, electric,
Pronto M51, 6 mos old.
Cost over $5K. Sell for
$1495. OBO Can deliver
local. 813-245-5594
WHEELCHAIR, 18x16
Breezy, 5001b cap, 2
adjust. HT arm rests,
arm trough sys. 2 elev.
leg rests, rear anti-tip,
18' Jay 2 deep contour
back, Jay 2 cush. exc.
cond. Pd $2350, April'03,
sell $1500 obo.
813-246-5211 ext. 50914
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
4 1Office Equip.
430 & Furniture

Arm Chairs Desks Files
Used Office Furniture
Specialist. Commercial
QOty. At wholesale pric-
es!! EOF 813-877-9400
Arm Chairs Desks Files
Used Office Furniture
Specialist. Commercial
QOty. At wholesale 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
COPY MACHINE, Digital
85 copies per mmn auto 2
side copies, finish/
staple & whole punch,
print directly from
computer. Up to 400,000
copies per mo, low
meter.813-684-1068
COPY MACHINE, Digital
45 copies per mm, auto z
side copies, print
directly from computer.
Up to 100,000 copies per
mo, low meter,
813-684-1068
Cubicles 8' x 8' Herman
Miller -Al condition
$649.00 6' x 6' Steel-
case Answer -2 yrs. new
$679.00 877-9400


43n Office Equip.
430 1& Furniture

Desks! Files! Chairs!
Largest quality selection
in Tampa Bayarea!!
Unbeatable $$!E.O.F..
813-877-9317
Files *Files Files
Commercial Grade & Qlty
5 Drawer Lat. Files $200
4 Drwr Vert $49 like new
EOF 813-877-9400
Lateral Files, (10),
commercial, grade, exc
cond. 5 Drawer, HON.
813-866-4040

Office Furniture, conf ta-
ble chairs, cabinets,
shelves, Ithr chairs, re-
cept area desk, phones,
2 Ige desks. $000 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 &
1J Equipment

$99 Internet Ready
Computer. Laptops
starting at 149. 21"
monitors starting at $99
New systems starting at
$299.2316 W.Linebaugh
PC Services 931.4976
A NEW COMPUTER
BUT NO CASH?
You're APPROVED-
Guaranteed! New-Fast
Famous Brand. NO
CREDIT CHECK. Bad
Credit- Bankruptcy OK.
1-800-420-0326
10A-9P EST Mon-Fri
*CheckingAccount Req'd
WWW.PCSFORALLCOM
AMD PRO SYS $299
XP SYSTEMS
*R2400+XPSys. $499
*R2800+ XPSys. $599
All XP Systems are New
with 256MB DDR RAM
52XCDRW 40GB 7200 HD,
WIN XP,3 Yr Ltd Warr!
17" Monitors Grd A $75
Used Laptops from $399
Computer Service
Startin at $24.95
Don't Pay ourly Rates!
813-635-9396
US 301 & Hwy 60 (Adamo)
Visa/MC/AE/Discover
* BIG SALE * HUGE
inventory. 14-21" moni-
tors $15 up. Pentium II &
III Systems $40 & up. 200
tochoosefrom. 886-1494
*BigSale*Huge Inventory
Hard Drive $5.00
64 Memory $10.00
128Memory $23.50
256Memory $40.00
AGPVideo Card $5.00
Floppy Drives $3.00
CDROMs $7.00
Creative Sound Cards $4
56K Modems $15.00
3Com 10/100 $7.00
Speakers "New" $5.00
HP Desk JetPrinters $30
HP Laser Printers $40.00
Lexmark Laser Prntrs $60
NEWATX CASES $30.00
52x24X52 CDRW $50.00
* **813-886-1494**
COMPUTER REPAIRS &
UPGRADES! $40 TOTAL
FOR LABOR. WHY PAY
MORE? 813-681-6713
Computer Sys., Compaq,
Lexmark X125 Printer/
Fax, 15" Monitor Speaker
/Woofer. $599 OBO.
Call 813-929-0142
COMPUTERS & Parts gar.
sale, systems from $25;
laptops from $100; trade
-ins, work. or not. Gaming
spec. $185.813-908-7920
Dell PIH Systems
W/Monitor $100
Workstation from $75
813-635-9396
US 301 & Hwy 60 (Adamo)
La top Below Whole$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
MAC G4/733 MHZ, $700;
G4/1.5 GIG (dual) $1200.
Lots of software, super
drive. In Tampa,
relocating 616-990-5169
PRINTER/COPIER, Canon-
OCE, hi speed/quality,
color, like new.
$8000
813-901-0678
I Commercial
432"1 Equipment

CANDY Vending Ma-
chines for sale. Pvt.
Owner. 42 Double Head,
13 Trip Head, 2 Single
Head. Fully stocked.
Make $1000-$1500 mo.
All New machines.
$13,500.813-679-9071
Factory Moving: Label-
ers, packaging equip,
tablet presses, shelves,
filing cbnts, Ig hd work
tbls, more. 727-548-5600
Veemer Bore Rigs, x2
2000 model Veemer
24x40, complete Bore
Rigs ready to go to work.
Priced to sell.
Call 936-598-7800
We have great plans to
help you sell your home.
Call & ask about our Buy-
er's Choice photo page!


A'2 I Commercial
I Equipment
Yazoo-Kees Walk Behind
lawn mower, 1 yr new!
$2000 Trailer 6x12 set up
for weed eaters, drive
on $1000.813-645-5890
I a I Restaurant/
I Hotel Equip

BAY RESTAURANT SUP-
PLY NEW & USED EQUIP-
MENT LOWEST PRICES
IN FLORIDA
813-886-1121
COOLER and FREEZER -
commercial.
Meat display cabinet.
813-760-4718
DELI MEAT SLICERS
&20 qt MIXERS all makes
& models, SS, used,
some like new.
727-515-4501-584-9181
ESPRESSO MACHINES
New, reconditioned
commercial home & bus.
MMSI Espresso SVC. Co.
813-655-0952 www.
mmsiespresso.com
Going Out Of Business 60
qtMixer, $3,500; 6 Burn-
er Range, $975; Fryrer
$750; 3 Compartment
Sink $560; 2 Dr Freezer,
$1,650. Equip only used 2
rs & also more equip.
oger @813-760-6062
Through making waves?
Place a classified ad &
letsailors get wind of
your boat!
Store
435 Fixtures-
Equipment
Fixtures/Office
SEquipment
TheBradenton Kmart
Store is dosing-
Everything must!
Office equipment in-
cludes desks chairs and
filing cabinets. Fixtures
include heavy duty
shelving gondolas
lighted glass showcas-
es and garment racks.
Other fixtures include
three door coolers pow-
er conveyor belt and
bailer. Visit or call
941-755-3776.
Ask for Chuck
Gondola, Warehouse &
Parts Shelving. Show-
cases, Slatwalr, Clothes
racks. Inventory Reduc-
tion Sale. 813-628-4332
4 Builder's
440 Supplies

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 the 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
kg, Galvalume-Plus,
Snap-Lock Panels. Easy
to install, Visa/MC
accepted. 813-224-9060
ANTIQUE WROUGHT
IRON FENCING 168' in 8'
sections x 6' tall, heavy
duty, $3000 for all.
813-835-4330
BUILDING SUPPLIES
Rated Sheathing Plywood
15/32"4x84-Ply $15.18ea
Concrete Mix 601b. $2.39
801b $2.89 each
Sakrete Blacktop Patch
601b $6.49 each
Gatlin's Go For Cash, Inc.
2705 E Hanna Ave. Tampa
813-239-9284
CLASSIFIED
IS ACCESSIBLE
CABINETS, brand new,
100% wood, cherry, ma-
ple and oak. Builder
pricing. Please call
813-241-4631
CABINETS, Brand Names.
QUALITY, KRAFTMAID
AWholesale Pricing.
Design & Installation.
813-716-1966
CEDAR Beams, 6x6, 3x12,
4x12, 4x8
813-689-7004

FENCE SALE
6 X 8 Board on Board
Only $19.95
Hurry Whie Supplies Last
813-681-6181
FLOORING
Prefinished oak still in
boxes, 2308sf. @ $2.25/sf.
Will split, 813-225-1298
GATES, New, Ornamental
Choose your design,
Approx 14' $775;
1 813-817-9871
Granite & Marble
bathroom vanity tops,
custom sizes & colors.
36" w/top mount sink
starting at $229
w/under mount sink
$349. Call 727-741-5500
*INSULATION*
NEW Unlimited Oty.
Discounts For Cash.
813-782-0049


44 Builder's
4401 Supplies

LIGHTS 100 Lithonia Low
Bay 400watt, metal
hallide lights, 277volts,
like new $50 each.
(60) 2x4 Florescent lay-in
fixtures w/ bulbs & de-
fusers, like new $6 each
Tampa 813-902-1559
* MEXICAN TILE*
ALL SIZES
FINISHED and RAW
*813-884-6127* *
PLYWOOD & FLOORING
SALE -13Ply 3/4%"Fin Grade
Pwd: $24.95/Sheet.,
9Ply /i "Fin Grade Pwd:
$18.50/Sheet,
S"Rosewood Flooring:
$4.99 sqft. 813-989-9663
Prefinished Brazilian
Cherry/Bamboo/Bruce
Oak Flooring. $2.89/sf.
813-426-6470
Solid Oak Flooring 4"
Thick, 2'/4" wide $v1/sf,
Also available in3" 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


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! 20'x26'.
25'x30'. 30'x40'. 35'x60'.
40'x80'.45'x90'. 50'xl00'.
60'x180' Others. Pio-
neer, 1-800-668-5422.
Discount Steel Buildings
Top quality / I-Beam
construction! 30x36 now
$9,400 40x60 now
$16,600 80x100 now
28,900 70x150 now
56,900 Call
1-800-840-1699
Discount Steel Buildings
Top quality/I-Beam con-
struction! 40x60 now
S15,960. 50x100 now
28,900. 60x200 now
62,400. .100xSO150 now
89,800. Call
-800-840-1699.
ALL STEEL BUILDINGS
25x28 was $8,300, sell
$4 990. 30x46 was
$14.300, sell $6,980.
48x100 was $27800, sell
$15,950. CaIl Now! Joe

STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
installed; 18x21 Build-
ings from $2,375;
Califor More sizes
813-299-3798 -681-5468
STEEL BLDGS. 50-70%
OFF! 40x60, 60x100,
70x120. Must Sell! Can
Deliver! Charlie
(800)506-5160.
14451 Tools I
Factory Reconditioned
Tools: nailguns, routers
& bits, sanders, drill
presses, air compres-
sors, table saws, tons of
shop accessories etc
Porter Cable/Delta.
813-877-9585
14 I Machinery &
4 Heavy Equip.
Automotive Brake Lathe
disc/drum FMC $1900.
Torque converter flush-
er $350.10,000 Ibasyme-
tric 2 post lift $2895.
727-458-0639.
BOBCAT 722, 4cyl, bucket
and rapple, just ser-
viced-by Bobcat, $5 000
or best offer. dall:
813-355-1074
CONCRETE PUMP 2004
Putz. Diesel, remote
control 225' hose, only
19hrs sacrifice $15,800
Call 813-961-1764
Fork Lifts. Low Prices.
Used, New or Rental.
3000-40K pounds. Kelly
Tractor Co.
1-800-255-3093
Forklift-Tampa Forklift
since 1974. Parts Svc.,
Rentals, New:Used
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
Generator, new Makita
6100 with-wheel kit. List
$1900. Sacrifice for
$1500 firm. 813-741-9083

Pressure Washing Equip-
ment & Trailer for safe.
Call for details.
813-654-6464
WELDER/GENERATOR
Miller Bobcat 225 Plus,
Like New Only70 Hours
Kohler, Always Garaged
$2,195 obo 813-948-0452
Classified Ads
Prices well within sight
A selection that's
lust right!


tAjIILYQ29,200O

450 Sporting
4 Goods
AR-15, w/.223 $600;
new Saiga 308 w/ scope,
$400; Mac 90 7.62x39
$300, pvt owned
813-48-9369
ARCADE GAMES, Golf, 4
new games in box 1
used, full size, best offer
813-610-1963

ARMALITE AR50 SWAR
scope 6x24 ch. pd. soft
case. 10 rs fired. $2750.
FL ID. Ask for Dave
813-631-0313
GUN SAFE SALE
CHAMPION SAFE
$799. & UP.
Tampa Safe Exchange
S813-935-7233

GUN SAFE
Treadlock. 15-gun, com-
bination lock. $600.
813-996-4806
H&K USP .40 cal. $600.
Beretta 380 $350. Cus-
tom Rem. model 700.338
cal. muzzle break $650.
All as new. 813-988-1382
HUNTER's WANTED for
MONSTER DEER in West-
ern KY on priv. Farms.
Meals & lodge ig incl.
Jim Baker (606)226-2260
HUNTING CLUB
Taking new Members in
N. Florida. 18,000 + acres.
Contact (813)393-8311
Classified Ads Prices
well within sight A se-
lection that's lust right!
Ladies Schwinn Bicycle
with both coaster &cali-
per brakes, Air Com-
pressor, Radio & New
Tires, New Condition
$100.813-754-1337
NEW GUN SALES
9mm $120
45$159.99 38Sp1$199
Taurus Kimber Ruger
Sam's813-931-8498Tmpa
Crown 788-2520 Z'hills
PISTOLS-Taurus mdl 617,
Titanium .357 7 shot 2"
barrel, Spectrum Blue
finish, in box, $425.
Ruguero revolver
44 mag SS, 5/2" barrel,
whitegrips, inbox, $400.
Both in excellent condo.
(352) 796-5584
POOL TABLE 4'x8'
Connolly table slate
top, new felt w/acces-
sories. Must sell $1200
215-630-7844
Pool Table, 8', carved
legs, Italian 1" slate w/
access. & balls. New, still
in crate. Cost $4k sell
$1695. (352) 637-3100
POOL TABLE
A Professional Series 4X8
Table with 1" Italian
slate, lthr pockets,
carved legs. New still in
box.Can deliver &setup
$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
Equip Incl$995. Buy,
Sell, Trade used Tables.
Robertson Billiards
813-229-2778
Want Ads
Springfield 1911-45 $449.
Wilson 45 $850. Steyr
S40 $399. CZ.40 B, 1911
style $349. Call John
813-685-2612
WANTED OLD
Surfboards, Longboards
Cash Buyerwill Pick Up!
(407) 620-6295
Georgia Hunting Lease
1250 acres, maintained
food plots, electric wa-
ter, $1,000 Call (863)
859-0323; 863-581-0593
I Exercise |
451 Equipment

BOWFLEX PowerPro XTL
310 Ibs with leg, lat &
$900 OBO
813-766-3891
BOWFLEX
WANTED
813-994-6930
STAIRMASTER. PT3000,
Club Model Exc cond.,
$595, 813-839-1895;
727-403-1202

WEIGHT BENCH, 1500 Lbs
of weights, leg press,
haxsquat lat machine
$1000 obo A813-237-8318

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HERBALIFE
FREE BodyAnalysis
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
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6 Power
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
Mobile Repair Service
Toro-Scag-Exmark
Bunton-Dixie Chopper
Hydro's-Parts-Engines
Cranks & Cranks 236-3363
Murry Rider 11 H.P., 30"
cut, 12" turning radius,
used 6 times, like new,
$475.813-994-0297
SOUR PACKAGES
Save $$ on equipment
foryour lawn business.
f sed & New Gator
Power 813-977-5000
Tiller,5H reartine $350.
Call 813-810-0137


YAZOO zero turn rider,
18HP Kohler, 48" cut,
strong engine, tank like
deck $900. Can deliver.
813-267-23090
6 Trees

CACAO (Chocolate trees)
Rare 5'-7' Silk Floss,
Golden Shower, Tabe-
bulias & Segos.
813-831-2177 #47234056
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 25ga3"-12' $50;
LIGUSTRUM 45 gal 8'$125
813-748-8640 or 986-3302
Reg #47220672
14801 Dogs I

Afghan To Yorkies

All Puppies Inc
4323W. KennedyBlvd.
Puppies, access & food.
15% off w/this coupon.
V 813-288-4929V
it Lic#P0356763 -
ALAPAHA BLUE BLOODED
BULL DOG puppies, ARF
reg, 1 wht, 1 brindle, 2F,
5 months old. Call for
price (863)5 59-9029
AUST. SHEP. pups, NSDR,
B/Wtri's, ready 7/20/04.
Taking deposits now.
Parents on premises.
$275.813-737-45086
AUSTRAILIAN SHEPHERD
puppies, purebred, par-
ents on prem. $200
(941) 377-6016
BASSETT HOUND
PUPPIES AKC, ready
7/30. Hlth cert, POP,
M&F. $275-$325.
352-236-3859 Ocala.
Beagle Pups: AKC, 8 wks,
health certs, parents on
premises, paper
trained. Asking $225
each. 352-542-9738
BEAGLES AKC Puppies,
health cert, 8 wks, Cana-
dian & American Cham-
pianship Bloodline, tri
colored $250.each
Plant City 813-752-8172
Border Collie Puppies 16
wks, health certificates,
parents on premises,
$450. Also adult male for
sale. 352-628-5255
BOSTON TERRIERS, 1-F;
2-M AKC, Hith certs,
shots, champ bkgrnd
$650-$700 POP Ready
7/23 Taking deps
813-737-9631
BOXER Puppies, 8wks
old, Parents on Proper-
ty, 2-F Fawn Health
certs all shots, $350
813-601-9488 Brant
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
Brittany Spaniel lyr,
Neutered male all shots
&papers, Red/White,
AKC Reg. good w/ kids.
$300 813-833-9734
BULL TERRIER PUPS
AKC, great pedigree &
GOOd nomes mandatory
$1200. 941-926-1000
When you read Classified
it's. HELLO-GOOD BUY!







26 THE COURIER JULY 22, 2Q04


1480 Dogs I
CHIHUAHUA Pups, Small,
Male & Female, Regis-
tered, $400 to $600.
9 727-856-3882
CHIHUAHUA PUPS
AKC, M-F all shots &
worming, vet / 'd, Adult
size 3-41bs $350
863-655-0978
COCKER SPANIEL Pup,
Solid Lite BuffF,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
ENGLISH BULLDOGS,
CKC, 15 weeks, health
certs, parents on site,
$1,000-$41,100. Call:
(352)625-4057
English Bulldog, Male
puppy, 8 wks,Brindle,
AKC, Health certs.
Champ lines. $1200.
813-918-1397
FREE BIk lab mixed 11 wk
good w/kids. Needs
shots 813-571-1792
German Shepard Pups
Pure bred, no papers,
black & tan, parents on
premises. Health certs.
Read now. $250
813-661-6822
German Shephard PUP-
PIES AKC black & tan,
black. 1 female and 3
males $550 (941)
343-95528 weeks
GERMAN SHEPHERD
Mix 2 Females, 50 Ibs
each, lyr old. Free to
g ood home.
13-312-6549
GERMAN Shepherd AKC
puppies $250. eal male
3 females, 813-986-0050
GERMAN SHEPHERD,
AKC, large Pups &
adults, rich Colors &
Blacks family oriented.
$650. (239)543-2252
GIANT SCHNAUZERS,
champ bloodline, AKC,
hlth guar. great w/kids,
$750. 407-970-2538 or
352-242-0449 Orlando
Golden Ret. 4 yr.-M; Retr.
mx 4 yr- F 45#; Spaniel
mx 6 yr.f. All are great
companions seeking a
family to love w/o cats,
astorling@hotmail.com
Golden Retriever, Beauti-
ful Pups, AKC, vet chck,
1st shots, parents on
premises, 500. Ready
to go. 8136-661-613
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
Great Dane Pups, AKC,
Harlequin & Merle
Taking deposits.
Call 863-859-7176
HAVANESEPOOS$600&1
Male Rat & 1 male Pom,
Coming soon Bichon-
poos. lic# po4066641
813-785-2273 -247-2285
HOG DOGS, Puppies and
adults Bull Curs crosses,
starting at $50 and up.
Call(352)303-3864

homelesshounds.org
or 727-647-1719

JACK RUSSEL TERRIER
PUPS 11 wks, CKC, hith
cert. 2M/2F left, $300.
Ready now.
'813-986-5914
JACK RUSSELL Puppies,
CKC, 2 males, blk & wht,
8 weeks old, Ready to-
day! $250, Call Cindy
813-477-2212
JACK RUSSELL PUPS CKC
reg $300 M $350 FP, hith
cer/s, short hair, ready
7/27/04. Taking dep.
813-757-0373
JACK RUSSELL/RAT Ter-
rier puppies, 6 wks old,
M/F cuhies, 1st shots,
$275 cash only taking
deposits 813-982-0134
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
wormed, vet cert. Block
head, champ, bkgrd.
Pedigrees. Parents/
grandparents on site.
$500 352-307-0772
LAB ups, beautiful oil
M/F. Ready to go,
Champ ped, 1st shots,
health cert. POP 2 y
guar. Raised w/family
$500DCall813-662-2475
LABRADOR Puppies, AKC
reg, block heads, champ
lines all puppy 1 shots,
hith cert, M& F Choco-
lates, $450813-363-3150
LABRADOR PUPPIES,
Yello & Blk. lstshots&
AKC1'7-eg. $400 ea.
Avaij ble July 12th.
.-781-9031
LABRADOR Pups, Choc.
CKC reg, hith certs,
parents on site, taking
dep..,Ready 8/5. $350.
352-586-7594,344-2014
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1480 | Dogs I
LABS Adults 18 mos & up,
all colors. Kennel reduc-
tion. Family pets only.
Priced under $250
(863) 439-5742
LABS, AKC, YELLOW,
Beautiful! Wormed/
Shots, Parents on prem-
ises. Ready 7/8/04. $525.
813-924-8220
LABS CHOCOLATE Pup-
aes, AKC, champion
loodline, vet checked,
health cert. $400.
813-764-8195-877-5373
PInTT BULL MIX and
SHEPHERD MIX. Free to
good home. Must have
yard.
Call (813)477-4594
PITTBULLS,$100 & up.
All colors & ages.
Call 863-859-7176
POODLE, toy, male, 9 mos
old, affectionate &
playful. $325.
813-962-7502

POODLES Toy, AKC reg.
1-aprico male $500.
1-creamfem. $600.8 wks
old, 1st shots, hith cert.
813-621-9224- 503-7103
PUG Puppies AKC, fawn
females, 1st shots &
health certs. $500; also
Pomr female $300; 863-
884-2123a941-628-2641
ROTTWEILER PUPS
German Champion Blood-
lines, AKC, OFA & DNA.
Huge Block heads!
$400 & up. 352-624-3787
ROTTWILDERS, AKC with
Health certificates
4 Females, $500
2 Males, $400
Call 1-850-535-7445
SAINT BERNARD PUPPIES
AKC. Avail 7/5. Both par-
ents present. $550(352)
332-5215

SCHNAUZER MINI PUPS
AKC, silver & blk. You've
seen the rest now see
the best! M$40, F $500.
813-677-1097
SCOTTISH TERRIERS
Presidents choice!
AKC-APR BIk Brindle
wheatons Vet $300 &
813-659-9337
SHELTIE PUPS, AKC, ch
parents, UTD all shots,
only 2 tri males left,
beautiful $500-$600.
727-639-3748:647-0489
*SHIH TZU PUPPIES
Multi champ pedigree
$550
- Japanese Chin Puppies
$700.(386)467-2851
Silky Terriers, taking dep
AKC, M/F, 12 wks &
mo, champion parents,
shots, H/C pup pkg
warr,$700-$800firm incl
spay/neuter. Also 2 yr
old avail $500.
813-662-9195 P04047048
STAFFORDSHIRE BULL
Terrier Pups AKC, health
cert&shots.3females,8
wks, brindle. $800 ea.
813-9661-6156/220-2338
TAMP out ITCHAMACAL-
LITS! Promote healing &
hairgrowth without ste-
roids. Shampoo with Ha-
py Jack Itch No More,
apply Happy Jack Skin
Ba ms add Tonekote
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 10 mo F
AKC, shots. Basic com-
mands and trained. $600
nego. (813)231-0686

WEIMARNER Puppies, Sil-
ver, AKC Reg, 4 Males
$500; 2 Females $550
Ready 7/30/04 Call
863-537-2127
WESTIE, Male, CKC,
health cert, cash, $650.
Also York.e Mix, $350.
www.precious pups.net
Brooksville(352)796-8355
Yellow Labs, male 2V/2
years & female 4'/2
years, AKC, $225 each.
352-486-o0041
813-634-8538.
YORKIE & MALTESE. I
have both breeds. Some
tiny. $550 & Up.
941-322-9563. Cash
Please.
YORKIE-POOS, adorable
pups! Great house pets,
no shedding & very
lovable. F-$350,M-$300.
352-793-1551

Puppies 4 Sale
Park Ave. Puppy
813-662-2592
Lic# P04062440
1481 Cats I
BENGALS (2) F (1) M kit-
tens, brown spotted
brown marble, spotted
white Lynx/blue eyes,
HC $390 (727) 992-4544
PERSIAN KITTENS, CFA
reg, shaded Silver,8wks
old, M & F $225 cash.
813-961-4869

14821 Birds
Breeder Bird Sale. Nu-
merous birds & cages,
large and small. Breeder
boxes. 727-741-7370,
727-741-0795.
For ReSUltS-
Classified Ads


1482 I Birds I
COCK-A-TIELS, xl Yellow,
xl Grey, sold with Cage,
$95. Love Birds, x2, with
Cae, $85.
Call 813-831-6785
COCKATOO Umbrella, 7
vrs old, Hand raised,
Talks playful and cuddly
with cage, needs loving
home regretfully must
sell $1,200 813-792-7703
PARROT, sulfur crested
cockatoo, 6 months, ex-
tremely sweet, loveable
w/ large new iron cage
$1500 obo 813-792-1866
I Garage, Yard
499 Sales, Etc.

PLANT CITY 1302 S. Wig-
gins Rd, Sat 7/24, 3 Fam-
iy, Baby clothes, Furni-
ture andMisc Items
PLANT CITY 1611 Cedar
Drive, Thur & Fri 7/22 &
23, 8am-12 noon, House-
hold items, girls cloth-
ing, toys and Lots of
Misc




PLANT CITY 2414 Hwy 60
New Testament Out-
reach Holiness Church.
Yard Sale & Fun Fest
Sat, July 24, 9am-lpm
PLANT City, 3009 W. Sam
Allen Rd, Fri & Sat 7/23 &
24.8am-3pm Multi fami-
ly antiques, collect-
iales, household items.
PLANT CITY 4707 Charro
Lane, Thur- Sun 7/22-25.
Furniture, Clothes &
Misc Items


MOVING I

PLANT CITY 4793 Paul
Buchman Hwy, Corner
of Knight Griffin Rd. Fri &
Sat 7/23 & 24. 8am 1pm
(NO EARLY BIRDS)
Antiques, Collectible,
House & Misc Items
PLANT CITY estate sale:
1104 E. Tomlin St. Fri &
Sat 8am-5pm. 40+ years
of collectibles, appli-
ances. No prior sale.
PLANT CITY. Next To New
Consignment, giant 50%
off sale. July 9th- 31st.
All clothes, shoes &
handbags. 109 West
Reynolds, 719-8922.
Plant City, Sat: 7/24 7am
till. 2809 N. Blain Acres
Rd. Quilt, antiques, sad-
dle, furniture & porch
swing on aframe.
PLANT CITY, Walden
Lake 3416 Silverstone
Court, Sat 7/24, 8am-?.
3 Family Sale Clothes,
Appliances & Misc


MOVING '

TURKEY CREEK 4813 W.
Trapnell Rd Thur, Fri &
Sat. 7am til ? Furniture,
Tools, TV, 2 Cars House-
hold & Misc Items
TURKEY CREEK RD &
MESSICK RD SAT& SUN
7/24 & 25, Tall Black
Italian mirrored head-
board (Wall Unit)
w/drawers & X-Dresser
for queen size bed (not
ing $400. Wood dresser
$35. Hugh china cabinet
$250. Wood Table &
Chairs $20.813-789-3049


Farmer's Market

500 I Fruits & I
5 Vegetables

Green Peanuts, Mon-Fri
8am-lpm, end of
Galligher Rd, S. of 1-4
813-918-0774
PEANUTS, GREEN, Fresh
Daily bushel or. 3 bu..M-
Sun 8-5p, can order boiled
peanuts. 813.659.2652
813.477.6631813.781.7987
St. Martin Farms,
Highway 39S., Plant City
Florida. For Sale Black
eye & Conk Peas &
Green Peanuts by the
bushel. Peas can be
shelled. 813-917-1756
15101 Farm Equip. I
2002 Stock Trailer, 12x6,
Bumper Pull Grey,
Electric Brakes,
t $2,500 OBO1h
813-685-43011
4-Horse Trailer + 10'
camper, 35' overall
Gooseneck. Late 70s
modelgoodcond.$1800
obo. -813-817-2612
Bush Hog, 4FT, 3pt, $250.
5FT Finish Mower, 3pt,
$425. Both for $600.
Call (813)625-6911

John Deer Tractor model
950, fully reconditioned,
w/5' finish cut mower
deck, & 5' box blade, all
$7,000 obo 813-719-9692
TRACTOR MF35, gas, with
mower, disc, fertilizer
sprdr, runs great, also
spare 35 parts Tractor.
All $3,500.813-962-7807
CLASSIFIED WORKS


I Horses & I
525 Livestock
Palamino Walker Geld.,
17H, $1,500. Belgium
Mare and more.
GREAT SUMMER FUN!
Call (813)973-4736
REG. PASO FINO gelding
4yo, gorgeous dark dap-
ple grey, sweet temper-
ament, started on trails.
60 days professional
training. $4,000obo.
(352) 544-5824
AQHA Chestnut Mare 5
yrs 15.2H absolutely
stunning, 60 days prof.
turning. Great barrel or
working cow horse
prospect. $3000
(941) 922-5089
AQHA PALOMINOS show
qual colts & files, $3K &
up. Mares $1500 & up. All
outstanding horses w/
exc. bldlins. West sdls
$75 & up. 813-986-6909
PALAMINO PONY1 I0
golden mare, $7000.
GREY PONY, sm. fancy
mare, eng or west.
$4000. Both started over
jumps, 813-986-6909
HERD of Black Angus and
black/white face cows
calving now. Also black
Angus bull. Call:
850-878-2571 510-4854
BEEF CALVES FOR SALE
Weaned, On Feed,
Vaccinated, 3-8 mos old.
$1300-$400 ea. Delivery
vail 863-581-5322
Stallion Thoroughbred, 3
years old. $800 obo.
Would be good for stud
. service.
813-764-8127
SHEEP GOATS & RAM,
raised locally, naturally
fed, all colors, males &
females, Lutz, call Mike
813-294-9797
COWS CROSS-BRED (15),
bred & gentle, lost leaf.
$550 each. Please call
(352) 745-1645
Belgian Gelding, Gor-
geous, 6 yrs, 17.1H,
foads, clips, etc. Green
broke Must sell. $2,000
firm. 813-967-1373
S52 Pastures& I
526 Stalls

PARTIAL Boarding on 1 'A
acs, water & electric in-
cluded, tall/fresh grass,
good for 2 horses.
813-737-1258
550-599
Recreation


5601 Motor Homes
6 RV's
18'JAYCO Chevy 1995
Camper, 65k, frig, mi-
crowave, sink, Pristine.
5.0 30 amp A/C, loaded,
$14,300.813-839-2343
22' 1985 Toyota Shasta,
sleeps 4, 15-17 MPG,
fridge, stove, micro-
wave, good AC $6000
obo.813-924-1445
24' 1986EstablishmentCL
C, all orig., low mi, runs
& looks great, all opt's
w/ generator Must see!
$5600 obo. 813-805-9136
24' 2000 Four Winds Ford
V-10, 24K mi, self con-
tained, wood cabinets,
beautiful, Sleeps 6
$36,000 813-752-6655
27' 1985 Pace Arrow
Class A, Chevy 454, 94K
miles, excellent
condition. $8,500.
Call 727-582-9134
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.
30' Excutive 1972 Top of
the line, self contained,
1500 amp pen sleeps 6,
Dodge 440 EZ on gas.
$420 813-545-5616
33'1989 SOUTHWIND 38K
orig, sleeps 6, 3 AC's,
gen, qn Serta mattress,
nice RV, clean inside.
Asking $15 000. Lists for
$20,000.813-854-5841
33' Allegro MH Reblt Eng
All the options Dual AC
QBed leveler Awng Gen-
erator Big needs TLC 1st
5k 352-428-9189
34' WINNEBAGO Elante
Exc. cond. Way below
market value. Just get in
& go! $23,900.
727-397-1790
35' Gufstream 2000,25%
below NADA, 2 slides,
completely equipped,
extended warranty.
Owner firfancing.
$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
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5601Motor Homes
560 .RV's

40' 1990 BOUNDER,
Low miles, new paint,
refrig, A/C, excellent
condition, $25,000.
813-783-1047
45' Prevost Royale
1998 By Monaco. Detroit
Series 60 ISS. Gorgeous
inside & out, too many
featuresto list, garaged.
Call for spec. sheets &
pictures. $375,000/OBO.
St Pete 727-515-8995.
888-Bates RV Nearly 600
Airstream Jayco -
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tampa.
1992 PACE ARROW 30ft.
$25,000. Good condition,
mustsee.
Call (352)799-5938
I Campers &
562 Travel TrI rs

19' 1987 NOMAD., Looks
Seat, all opt's, sleeps 4.
Awning, A/C, tandem
axle. Must see! No leaks.
$2400obo. 813-805-9136
1989 PopUp Rockwood,
large, refrigerator,
A/C, stove, sink.
Good condition, $2500.
813-249-7826
24' 1994 Prowler by Fleet-
wood, new a/c& awning
O bed micro matching
furniture, ultra clean!
$6900 813.677.0029
25' 1999 COACHMAN,
sleeps 6, air, awning,
used 1 time, excellent
condition, $,8500 obo.
813-728-5388 787-0676
29' '92 Wilderness, fully
self contained, all opt,
stableized jacks, sleeps
8, rear bunks, elec. jack.
$4,600.813-376-6104
.30' 1989 GLENDETTE,
sleeps 6, TV, frig
w/freezer micro, coffee
maker, 4 new tires
$3900 obo. 813-995-9715
31' Hi-Lo 1998, Model
WBS with slide-out. Too
many options to men-
tion. Like new cond.
$18,900. Call 689-2730
31' Hi-Lo 1998, Model
WBS with slide-out. Too
many options to men-
tion. Like new cond.
$18,900. Call 689-2730
32'5TH WHEEL BY NU-WA
very good cond, fiber-
glass super slide le
Jacks + extras asking
$15000.813-205-1019
32' Holiday Rambler '94,
5th whl, slideout, hard
wood frs, tw beds, duct
A/C, mor-ryde susp. sys
extras. '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
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-
lando0(800)654-8475.
www.grwrv.com
I Recreational I
564 Rental

NEW COLEMAN POPUP
Campers available for
rent. A/C, sink, stove,
frig. For reservations
call Lynn 813-546-1827
15651 RV Storage I

Fowler & 1-75
RV's/Boats etc. Security,
$50/mo
813-986-3094
C'wood RV/Boat storage.
Sec pkg w/24 hr access,
bright night lighting &
wash area. From $35
813-968-4991; 505-2803
80I Swimming
5 u Pools & Spas

A-1 SPAS
HotSummer Deals!
2-3-5-8 PERSON SPAS
17 SAVE$$$$'
4 Person Spa $1,995
5 Person Spa $2,495
8PersonSave $2000
DIx paCovers $249
Ozonators $149
PARTS-SERVICE
9017 ADAMO DRIVE
SW Corner Hwy 301 & 60
813-623-99971
HOTTUB Newseats5,5hp
lots of jets, all digital,
blower ozone, party lite
waterfall Cost $7K sacri-
fice $2500 813-966-2362

POOL HEATER
500K BTU, GAS GOOD
CONDITION. $900 OBO.
813-655-4245
POOL HEATERS FACTO-
RY DIRECT: Solar, Heat
Pump or Gas. Complete
do-it-yourself pool heat-
er kits. Phone quotes, in-
stallation available in
most areas.
1-800-333-9276, ext 501
www.solardirect.com
Lic #CWC029795, In-
sured. Dealer inquiries
welcome.
CLASSIFIED
IS INFORMATIVE


580 Swimming
580 Pools & Spas

SPA, 5-person w/lounger,
therapy jets, light, never
used, full warranty.
13)$1,675
I (813)760-157129
SPA! HOT TUB! 4-5 Person
w/lounger *5HP* Shoul-'
der, Back & Hip jets *Ce-
dar Cabinet* Underwa-
ter light* Warranty. Re-
tails $4295. Sacrifice
$1650. 1-888-545-9592
727-480-0514
SPA/HOT TUB 5 Person
lounger, 5hp. Loaded
with shoulder, hip back
& neck jets.' Cabinet,
lights. Never used. War-
ranty. Retail $4300, Sac-
rifice $1595.
888-222-3809
SPA! HOTTUB!
4-5 Person, Deluxe
Therapeutic, Full
Warranty, Sacrifice
$1650 813-230-7782
SPA. Must Sell.
7-Person Deluxe. Never
Used. Includes cover.
Will Deliver. Full War-
ranty. Can finance
W.A.C. Payments Under
$100 per Month. In a
Hurry? Call
800-980-7727.
SPA Overstocked! New 7
person spa-Loaded! In-
cludes cover, delivery &
warranty. $2999, was
$5999 888-397-3529.
Water
5 Vehicles

HONDA AQUATRAX F12X
TURBO '02 launched '03.
1254cc. red/Black, trail-
er incl. 50hrs. 4 strokes.
3 seater. lots of power &
range. $7,500 (813)
334-6783

SEADOO 1996 GTX
3 sweater, good cond, runs
Stood. Includes trailer.
$2800 obo.813-963-5131
WAVERUNNERS (2) 2003
Yamaha XL700 3 sweater
w/new double trir. Exc.
cond. Ask for David
$8750 obo 863/816-8476
YAMAHA 1995 Raider,
exc. cond. trailer, cover,
new battery, $2300 obo.


Rebuilt Motor, Runs
Great, New Vinyl
w/Magic Tilt Trailer.
$2050. 813-969-0895
Yamaha 2001 GT 1200
Waverunner, less than
10 hrs, like new, exc.
cond. w/trailer, $5700
obo. 973-580-0529
YAMAHA 1996 Wave Ven-
ture 1100, with trailer,
runs good, $2,800 obo.
Call 13-237-1414 (W);
813-239-1444 (H)
KAWASAKI'1999 ZXI 1100
Low hours, like new,
well kept. Yellow.
$4800
813-631-0037

SEADOO 1999 GS, 2 sweater
w/trailer, just serviced,
$4100 813-478-1399

1995 Yamaha Waverun-
ner GP3 w/trailer, ga-
rage kept, ow hours ex-
cellent condition $3300
obo. 813-237-2646.
Honda 2002 Waverunner,
30 hours, mint cond, 2
vests, cover,
p performance trailer,
$7500.813-961-8764
SEADOO XP 1995
BOMBADIER, RUNS
GOOD, GARAGED, $2000.
813-754-2776
15841 Boats I
13' Boston Whaler CC
1995, 40hp Evinrude,
bimini top, fish finder,
trolling motor, livewell
trailer. $5200
813-645-2977
14'Boston Whaler 1993
Rage jet, bimini top,
very good condition
w/trailer. Runs great
$4200 (813)748-9512
14' Pontoon, 2004, Solar
Electric motor, all new
concept. Must see.
$3200 with trailer& Bim-
mni. 1-800-864-8531
15'2" SailFish 1996
50 HP Yamaha. Trailer
Live Well. Platform
Clean. Runs Great.
$5800 OBO. 931-4667.
16' 1985 Fisher Jon Boat,
50 hp, Evirude,
fish/deep finder trolling
imotor, with trailer.
$2500. 813-754-6614
16' 1998 ActionCraft, 24v
Trolling motor, Fish
finder, Loaded, 60hp
Bigfoot Merc. lncL.Trlr
$10,000obo 813-685-1543
16'Palm Beach 1998, CC,
40hp Suzuki PTT, live
well, trolling motor T-
top, aluminum trailer,
exc condition, $4500
813-920-9903 -244-9244
172Y "78 boat, 70HP John-
son, galv trlr, runs good.
'75 2SHP Evinrude mo-
tor, pull start runs.Asis,
$900/all 813-996-7476
17' Cape Horn Yamaha
130HP, GPS, alum. slide
on trailer, jack plate,
AM/FM & more. $llk
OBO 813-239-7427

Want Ads


1584 | Boats I
17'Mako Angler Seriet.
1975,'86115 mr.r,:.Man,.
extras, Alum trir, X-
cond. Runsgreat. Email
pix. $4500 obo.
813-996-5664
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
1969 Fisher Trailer, 1998
Nissan 9.8 Kicker motor.
Burgundy cover, all the
toys. Never been in salt
water. $11500 080.
(813)788-9851
or (352)458-0267
18' '00 Yamaha Jet Boat
Ltd Ed. XR1800 twin
155HP mtrs, low hrs on
boat, incl. trlr, engines
runs but need some
work low retail $11K.
$6,506.813-985-3807
18' 2002 PALM BEACH
Whitecap 181, 115hp
Yamaha, bimini top exc.
cond. $15,500.
813-286-2223
19' 1999 Pro Line Center
Console, 2002 150 Merc
EFI w/ low hrs, incl alum
trlr, possible electronics
$15K obo 813-245-9785
19' Ski Supreme 1985
inboard, bimini top, 351
engine, new interior
wt railler, $6,000
813-948-1574
20' 1987 Wellcraft w/87
OMC drive 125 HP out-
board w/dble axle,
aluminum float on trailer.
$4000 obo. 813-267-0204
20'8" Glasstron w/ 235hp
Evinrude, extras, trir,
exc cond 1st $3000
813-961-3584
20' KEY WEST, moving.
must sell. 35hrs on 90HP
YamdContinentaltrlr VHF
radio, trolling mtr, bimi-
ni, $1,500.813-681-1681
20' REGAL 1997 190HP
Volvo I/O, low hrs, CC,
potty sink, depth finder,
CD stereo, electronics
$12,500.813-659-1278,
21'1996 Wahoo flats boat,
'96 175 Johnson Ocean
Runner w/low hrs. Gar-
min GPS, Lowrance
depth sounder, Great
white motorguide troll-
ing mtr, Ig bait wells,
los 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 trir, $14,900.
Call 813-988-7264
21' SEA PRO 1998, center
console, 175 Evinrude,
GPS chart plotter,
Furino depth finder
stereo, new oversized e
top cstm learning post
w/fish box, outriggers,
front dodger new magic
tilt tandem trailer with
brakes. Boat kept inside
since new. Like new
with only 84 hrs. on hour
meter. $18,000.
813-920-2224 or
727-514-6148
21.5' Master Craft 205V,
Brand new fact. warr,
fully loaded incl. trailer
& cover. $34.5K obo,
trade ok. 813-493-3337
22' Glasstream Bowrider,
w/out trailer, Merc
cruiser V-6, ss prop,
looks & runs great $5900
obo 727-643-7274
23' DORADO SPORT Ulti-
mate fishing machine,
all extras, w/tower & T-
top & cover, morse elec.
up/down, huge bait-
well 01' 225 Yamaha
(813) 935-4978
23.3 1986 CHAPPERAL
CABIN Full bimini. Runs
good new dule axle al-
um. trailer, $7000 (813)
926-1885 239-229-6232
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, 70
hrs, 250HP, alum trailer.
Exc cond. $27,000 obo.
863-559-4624
24FT Wellcraft Arruba,
1987, Vortec '01En, '02-
2 prop OD, cabin sleeps
6, fridge, stove, head.
$12,500. (813)238-9719
25' 1989 Wellcraft Coastal
WAC 1996 225 Johnson
aluminum trailerrigged
for diving, SSP, $11,750
813-685-9229
25' 1999 Sport-Craft WA
cuddy cabin, 5.7 EFI Bra-
vo Drive, low, low hrs,
stored out of water,
loaded! Pristine! Fish &
Pleasure. Must sell
$28,000 813-689-6099
25ft Wellcraft Sport fish-
erman. Cuddy cabin
1991 model with 2000
twin EFI Mercury en-
gines. Great shape.
Ready 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 inq only.
813-258-0624
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1584 I Boats |
27 CARVER Montego Exc.
coi',f include, all
electronics, new tri-
trailer & truck to pull it.
For info 813-684-1711
31' 2004 Larson Cabrio
310, lift kept, loaded
Garmin GPS, a/c, 2
refrig, head w/ shower
fully equip galley, full
canvas, windlass twin
Volvo 5.7 MPI, 50 ours,
ext warranty until 2010,
gen, Sirius stereo, First
Mate Gold LCD TV/DVD,
$109,000.613-672-1679
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
32.5' Carver Mariner
family cruiser, huge fly
bridge, spectacular
boat, pride of the
marina, fully euippedg
turnkey $54,000 inf &
showing appt. Call
813-684-1975
34FT 1988 Wellcraft Gran
Sport, twin 454 A/C,
alc/elec range, aft cab-
in, full camper canvas.
$28,000.813-493-6184
SI Boat Slips-
u5851 storage

Private boat slip & lift w/
remote control & work
plat. 14K Ibs. capacity
32'D, 26'W. Concrete
floating docks @ Grand
Viewcondo across from
St. Pete Forum. $60,000.
Call Bill at 251-929-1739

Harbour Island Slip, Gar-
rison Channel, floating
docks, can accommo-
date small to Irg boats
w/ shore power. Call
813-832-5430 for details.
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
Carrollwood Outside
Storage! All boats/RVs
welcome. Secure facility/
24 hr acc. Reasonable
rates. 813-505-2803
Marine
585 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,
Wix Fram, Napa, 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 Mercury 250 EFIXXL,
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
power wench, new tires,
new springs, new
hums, new rollers, new
axil, $800,813-831-4052
1988? 235HP Evinrude,
not new& not pretty,
runs good.
$1 200.
Call (727)439-0707
2000 90HP Yamaha with
controls/gauges, 2
props, exc cond, well
maintained $3000.
813-245-8222
200hp Merc'85 OB Motor.
Serviced 7/4, heads
switch boxes, good
compression, 20" shaft,
$1,750.813-645-8655
OUTBOARDS, Inboards,
Lower Units, Outdrives,
Rebuilt & Used, Call for
good Prices.
8!3-621-01072
1587 1 Sailboats
15' 1999 Hobiecat Wave
with trailer, excellent
condition $2000.
813-361-7057
600-649
Transportation

c Automotive
619 Services
Complete Automotive
Repairs, Engines, Trans-
missions, Best Prices.
George's Automotive
813-231-2333
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Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
Brand new 20" Chrome
spinners bv DNA
w/brand new Goodyear
Low Profile Tires asking
$3500 obo. 813-783-2425
Engines & Transmissions
Used & Rebuilt 90 days
up to 3 yrs warr. Install
avail. M-F 9-5. Mem BBB
813-907-5519

FREON REPLACEMENT R-
12. Case $150. Cannister
$275.800-807-9612

Take Control, New GPS,
Monitor Anywhere.
autowatchers.com
or call 813-841-3520
Affordable, Many Options
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z, guaranteed
work. Installation
available & everything
elese. Call Rob for
prices: 813-610-1535
WHEELS (4) 90-96 300ZX
Aloys Wheels, 16",
good shape, $400.
813-766-4912
| | Utility I
627 I Trailers
2004 Haulmark Low
Hauler, 14', Edge &
Interior Pkg. Used Once.
Tandem Axil $5,950.
813-251-6738
40'xlO' Construction
trailer rooms incl bath-
room & AC, used as of-
fice in hanger 2 yrs
$4,650 *813-390-2802
6x6x12 2004 enclosed
white trailer, ladder
racks and shelving only
4 months old. $S2,500
obo. Call 813-817-9760
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
UTILITY TRAILER, En-
closed, Pace, 6x12,three
doors, ramps, spare &
jack, Extras. $1,975.
813-908-7266
OUR SPECIALS
You can afford the best
* a Wells Cargo enclosed
trailer. Gator Power
813-977-5000
16 I Trucks Lightl
629" Duty
CHEVY 1992 2500, 6.7
Turbo diesel, P/W,NP/DL,
new paint very good
cond. $5495 obo.
(727) 415-0435
CHEVY 1996 S10 Vtec V6,
114k miles 4x4, A/T,
cold AC, PS/PB, tilt,
cruise, V clean. $3999
firm. 813-477-4673
CHEVY 2000 S10 Tint,
Bedliner, New Rims &
Tires New AC, 4 cyl, 5
spd, Ex-cab 90K, Mint
$8,500o813-695-4233
CHEVY 2000 S10, AT, AC,
CD, ext cab, 3rd DR,
alarm, 50K mi, red, bed-
liner, 4 new Michelin
tires, $8K 727-934-5867
CHEVY 2000 Silverado LS,
V6, white, auto, air, ste-
reo, 2 tones paint, 106K
miles, looks/runs new,
$7700.813-334-1111
CHEVY 2002 AVALANCHE
30000 mi White Sports
Utility, AO the Gi:dies,
Leather, CD Onstar
Moonroof Auito,4WD,8
Cyl. $2500, Must See,
F-wless(813) 623-3994
DODGE 1990 RAM, 3/4
ton, 4x4, utility bed,
lumber rack, needs
paint & tune up. $2900
obo. 813-508-5529
DODGE 1994 DAKOTA, X-
Cab, A/C PS,PB
runs good, dependable,
$1700.813-236-4040

DODGE 1994 PICKUP 1500
pk up Auto. 2 WD 8
CyLless than 100000 on
engine $3,000 obo 96
Ford Taurus 1.300 obo
16Ft boat/t/40hp mercy
1.200 obo (352) 523-1716
DODGE 1995 DAKOTA EX
CAB. 6 CYL. NEW
BRAKES AIR MUFFLER,
TIRES. 80K Ml. $4500.
CALL 813-453-2341
Dodge 2003 Ram 1500,
regular cab 5 spd blue
6,500 miles AC $13,700
813-245-7996 or
245-8770
FORD 1985 F150 V8
cold A/C, only 78K
original miles, garaged
queen never in rain,
absolutely beautiful,
$4500 obo. 813-340-4701
FORD 1990 F-150 XLT
6cyl, 5spd, fully loaded
AM/FM/CD, dual tanks,
$3800 0bo 727-375-8263

FORD 1995 XLT Extended
Cab, 107,800 mi, Full
pwr dean. many new
pars, Asking $5,995
OBO Call 727-579-7286
FORD 1996 F-350 XLT,
Ext Cab, Dually, Pwr
Stroke Diesel, 5 Spd,
White 134K Mi, $10,500
obo. 727-452-3066
FORD 1997 RANGER XLT,
4cyl, w/ bed liner & top-
per, A/C, CD, serviced,
exc cond $3,300 obo
813-988-4110;390-1693
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I 1 Trucks Light
1 6 Duty
FORD 2001 EXPLORER
SPORT TRAC 52K, new
tires & shocks bedliner,
satellite radio. Must
sell! $16K 813-731-8623
FORD 2002 F-150 Lariat
Super Cab, V8 leather
all extras. Like new,
must sell. $13,900 obo.
IT 813-299-60181
GMC 2004 Envoy SLT,
loaded, Ithr, chrome
wheels, 10K mi., $25,900.
727-787- 1 3 13 ;
813-810-5678
NISSAN 2001 Frontier SC,
V6, auto, silver, leather,
runs perfect, fully 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 ood. $1800.
813.368.1614
TOYOTA 1996 T-100,
X-cab, auto, AC, dark
metal. green, 130K mi.
x-clean, garage kept,
$7200 obo. 813-973-1003
1n Trucks I
630 Heavy Duty

CHEVY 1993 KODIAK
DUMP TRUCK 34,000
GVW, heavy duty 73K
mi, excellent condition.
$15,900.813-831-5530
FORD 1993 F350 Dually,
flatbed, 7.3 diesel. Ex-
cellent running condi-
tion. $7000.
813-671-9096
FORD 1996 F250 XLT
Super Cab, short bed,
4x4, power stroke die-
sel, good condition,
$10500obo 813-748-3081
or 352-797-4819
FORD 2001 F250 XL Work
truck, V8, A/C, rack, lin-
er, extended warranty,
50k mi, $12,200 obo
813-690-9911
FORD 2001 F350 XL, power
stroke diesel, super du-
ty, 55K miles, extra cab,
flat bed, dually, 5spd,
$22,995 813-928-2521
ij D 4-Wheel
630B Drive

CHEVY 1986 Stepside,
305, runs great, too
many extras to list!
$2800 obo.352-797-7820

JEEP 1985 CJ7,14" lift 40"
tires + spare, hardtop,
steel doors, new uphol.
Must see to appreciate
$11K obo. 813-719-0282
JEEP 1988 Comanche 4x4,
great cond! 4.0 16 en-
gine, runs great. Navy
lue, long bed 5s pd
new clutch 120K. $310o
813-833-0118 Iv msg
JEEP 1995 WRANGLER blk,
4 cyl, 5 spd, soft top, no
air, rebuilt motor 90%
rubber. Nice Condition.
$4500 813-626-5375
16311 Vans I
CHEVY 1986 G20,126K mi,
valve job 85K, newi
muffler, shocks & more.
Good fishing/work van
$1850.813-885-7460
Chevy 1987 3/4 ton cargo,
350 V8,2nd owner, 188K
mi., ready for work,
updated misc. $1,500
gBO. Info: 813-884-3656
CHEVY 1996 1500 Mark
III burgundy, $6995 V-8,
86k mi, exc cond, very
cold A/C, all pwr opts,
TV/VCR 813-9 1-4277
Chevy 2002 Venture Ex-
van, 19,200 mi., fact. war
to 36K sil. met. rear air,
looks like new, $13,800
offer. 863-666-3253
Chevy 2003 Express 2500
cargo van, all wheel
drive, V8 low miles,
clean white. $19,900
727-433-0087
DODGE 1985 B150
Short Body Seats 8
Auto, 8 Cyl, Runs
+ 150KMiles$800
813-988-1729
DODGE 1996 GRAND
CARAVAN ES, dual air,
fully loaded. Good cond.
$3600.813-737-2435

DODGE 2003 Caravan SE
only 1500 mi. all pwr,
auto, V6, $15,999.
CREAM PUFF
813-917-1971
FORD 1986 CAMPER
VAN, Fully self cont,
awesome mint w/ corain
counter & wainscoating.
Runs great $3000
813-571-2799
FORD 1988 ECONOLINE
150, good cond, depend-
able work van, 115k mi,
$1500 813-930-6819

FORD 1997 E250 Cargo
Van, long bed, auto,
A/C, 111K mi, Ladder
rack, divider & shelves.
new tires, runs & drives
exc. $4800 813-789-7773
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 El50 Cargo
van, auto, cold AC, V6,
20k mi on rebuilt motor
& trans. Have papers.
Blue w/grey int $4300.
813-986-1709 -874-3197


1631 1Vans |
FORD
2000 WINDSTAR LX
green, a/c, clean, sliding
drs, exc. cond! 70k mi
$7200 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
GMC 1995 VANDURA RAL-
LY, excellent 1 owner,
garaged, dual air, 150K.
oaded $4495 OBO
813-986-2121/245-3444
HONDA 2002 Odyssey EX,
Exc cond. Leather, DVD
52K mi, w/balance of
100K Honda warranty.
$18,995 813-767-0892
Kia 2002 Sedona LX, 7
passenger, green, dual
air, auto, cd, pw/pT, exc
cond, 52K mi. $10,900
obo 813-323-7973
MERCURY 1999 Villager-
New tires, cold AC, great
condition, 116k mi,
$6000 obo 813-909-0972

NISSAN 1998 Quest
maroon, 79K, dual AC
full pwr, exc cond. Must
sell Emigrating.$5900.
352-870-19 54
NISSAN 2001 QUEST
44000 mi Beige,Auto, 2
Wb,6CyI. $15,000, Dual
Air Condition, Entertain-
ment Console, Great
Value, Flawless (813)
245-7722
PLYMOUTH 1988 Voyager
van. Good Running
cond. $700 obo.
813-545-5318 839-2122

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

TOYOTA 1991 Previa LE,
alarm,AC, all pwr, 4capt
chairs, new brakes, 2
813-960-0591
TOYOTA 1992 PREVIA
LE grey w/drk blue int,
A/C, AM/FM/CD, 115k
mi, runs perfect $3700
obo 813-643-1662
TOYOTA 1999 SIENNA
VAN, 5 door, XLE, Black,
52K mi. $13,900.
(813)781-7958

Toyota 2001 Sienna CE,
V6, met. bl.i 7 pass., Ex-
ce lent condition, 95,940
mi. $14,500 obo bus. cell
S# 973-207-2245
I632 Sport Utility
632 Vehicles

Acura 2003 MDX w/navi-
gation. 6K mi, beige ext
, an Ithr int, 3.5L V6, auto.
No kids/pets, exc cond.
$36,500 813-263-9145
ACURA 2004 MDX, 12 wks
old STILL SMELLS NEW!
1,650 mi. Touring, navi-
gation DVD, side steps,
int. $9,999. Rare Oppty
Call 813-629-0320
BMW 2001 X5 4.4i 47K
miles silver w/ black
Ithr, fully loaded, new
tires, excellent cond.
$34,980. 314-452-4405
CADILLAC 2000 Esclade
4WD, Fully Loaded, 3
TVs, Great Cond. 75.9K
Mi $24,000 OBO
813-786-0972
CHEVY 1999 Tahoe 2dr
4x4 Black, LS, Leather,
Totally Loaded Chrome
Rims etc 76K Mi
$12,500 *727-481-1216
Chevy 2000 Suburban,
4x4 bilk, LT, fully loaded,
well maintained, all re-
cords, $19,500. Call
813-731-3141
CHEVY 2002 Avalanche
loaded, sat. radio, Ithr,
Onstar, sunroof, new
tires, cruise, $20,500.
OBO. 352-422-7178
CHEVY 2002 TAHOE Z71,
Wht/Tan leather, 4WD,
exc cond, loaded, fact
warranty, $27,500 obo.
615-545-2400
CHEVY 2002 TAHOE LT,
pewter, loaded: tan Ithr,
CD, all pwr 3rd row seat,
rear air, 48K FL hwy mi,
$23,500.813-684-2846
CHEVY 2002 Trailblazer
white, exc cond, new
battery & brakes, tow
pkg, power, fact. warr.
813-368-1616$19,000
CHEVY 2004 Tracker 4X4
only 6K mi
4dr, loaded, 1 owner,
$12,900.813.833-2733
DODGE 2000 DURANGO
SLT $11,500 White SUV,
lthr, Auto, 8 Cyl. 61,000
mi, power(813)264-7612

DODGE 2004 Durango
w/5.7 Hemi eng., 2000
mi, Ithrseats, alloptions
w/CD. $26,000 Car in
Tampa 706-289-5607 .
FORD 1990 BRONCO ED
BAUER PW PL PS, cruise,
4WD, 5.8L engine, key-
less CD, new Michelins.
$44600813-391-4056
FORD 1993 ExplorerXLT, 4
doors, original owner,
auto everything, cold
ac, runs & looks great.
$2950 813-707-1188
Sellyourcamera in asnap
with an ad in class 426!


I Sport Utility
6321 Vehicles

Ford 1996 Explorer, full
power options, exc cond
orig Ford documenta-
tion, garage kept must
see. $6800 813-994-4905
FORD 1997 Expedition
XLT, white, running
boards leather, CD,
loaded, $5995
813-927-7255
FORD 1998 Expedition EB,
bik, 90K mi., Extra clean,
$12,000.813-269-2157

FORD 1999 EXPEDITION
EB Green/tan 4WD,
AWD, 5.4L, V8, Loaded.
Tow Package 107k mi.
$13,000obo 813.690.8889
FORD 1999 EXPLORER
XLT, 67K mi, auto, roof
rack, running bds good
cond. $9250
813-994-58,49
FORD 1999 Explorer
Sport, auto power
everything, 50K mi. runs
great, coldair, CD, $9500
813-541-4452
FORD 2000 Explorer Sport
Blue, 2-dr, auto AC, CD,
trailer hitch, luggage
rack, very nice. 72k mi.
$7900.813-719-0244
FORD 2000 EXPLORER
XLS, automatic, blue,
78K mi, very clean, exc
condition, must sell,
$8,900 727-481-4250
FORD 2002 EXPEDITION
EDDIE BAUER, Red, Tan
Ithr interior, 3rd seat,
ext warr, 56K mi.
$19,800. (813)240-3022
FORD 2002 SPORT TRAC
29,900 mi, Burgndy 4dr,
SportTrac XLT, Auto
2wd, 6Cyl Lthr, AM/FM
CD, Sunroof, 'oneau-
Cover $18 900/080
(813) 695-4708
FORD 2004 EXPLORER XLT
only 5K mi
4x4, 4dr, loaded, 1 owner,
$22,500 obo 813-833-2733
GMC 1993 JIMMY SLE,
Auto, 4dr, P/S P/W
Cruise CD Player, good
cond $2000 obo
813-571-2799
GMC 1996 Suburban load-
ed, leather, trans reblt
101K mi. Call about
maintenance records,
$8500 obo 813-571-0191
HONDA 1999 CRV auto,
AC, 73K mi. all pwr,
cruise, CD, keyless en-
try cloth, perfect cond,
$8 00 813-240-7749
HUMMER 2003 H2 Orange
$43,000.22" tires & rims,
chrome pkg.
813-478-9464

INFINITY 1999 QX4 Looks
good, runs great.93k mi,
Exc cond, ocean. $12,500
obo. 813-951-3809

JEEP 1994 Grand Chero-
kee, fully loaded, great
condition, high hiway
miles, $2800.
813-929-9811.
JEEP 1995 GRAND CHERO-
KEE LAREDO PW PL PS,
cruise, 4WD, 4.0L eng,
keyless entry. $5000
813-391-4056
JEEP 1997 CHEROKEE
Sport, 2wd V-6, CD, PW,
Win/Lk, New Tires, 160K
mi Very Clean; Needs
Wrk $3200 Lets talk
727-459-4256
Jeep 1997 Grand Chero-
kee LTD, loaded, too
much to list, must sell
ASAP. $5,500 OBO.
Call (813)817-1656
JEEP 1998 Cherokee Sport
4 door, good condition,
4.0, low mileage, war-
ranty, $5995 obo.
813-625-2000
JEEP 2000 Grand Chero-
kee, leather sunroof
A/C PW, PL, CD, 75K mi.
Perfect cond! $10,350
OBO.813-882-4777
JEEP 2000 Grand Chero-
kee Limited Edt. 4x4,
Lthr, Loaded, Ext War-
ranty, Showroom Cond.,
$11,750* 813-263-2867
Jeep 2002 Libery, 4x4 sil-
ver, auto, pw/pl, exc
cond, 70K mi. $11,900
813-323-7973
JEEP 2002 LIBERTY LTD,
until 4dr RV'ers dream,
auto, fully loaded, V-6,
3.7L, 4wd 28,550 mi'
white w/ g'rey Ithr, Blue
ox towing syst. w/tow
bar wiredfor break bud-
dy $17,250 727-434-6666
LEXUS 2000 LX470,
garaged, exec. owned,
lack ext. tan Ithr int.
loaded, 71K mi, Priced @
wholesale, $28,500.
Days 813-855-8035 X29
Eves 813-645-0626
LEXUS 2001 RX300 1 own-
er, 19,100 mi. All options,
leather & moon roof,
chrome whis, fact. wrrty
6 yr/70k. $26,500.
941-350-7544
MERCEDES-BENZ 2001
ML55 44,500 mi, Burg.,
dvd-vhs, phone, gps, ra-
dar, run. bds., AMG
$39,999 (813) 962-0327
Nissan 2001 Pathfinder
SE, Silver, leather,
1 owner, 47K mi.
$18,000
727-639-3930
Selling a guitar can be
easier than playing it.
Place your adin Musical
instruments, class 420.


632 Sport Utility
Vehicles
SUBARU 2002 Forester
mod L,32K mi. blue, gray
int. pdl, ps, ABS, AWD,
Alpine CD, exc. cond.
$14.500. 813-495-5747
TOYOTA 2003 Sequoia
SR5 Emerald Grn, Load-
ed, 35K Hwy Mi, DVD,
Snrf XM radio, Tow Pkg,
$26,000 *813-886-8264
3 Scooters &
6331 Mopeds

Scooter Brand New 2004
49 cc 4-Stroke, 45+
mph, Elec Start, color
choices! OnIy $825
Going Fast! 407-617-0330
Segway type Scooter
$600.813-766-7396



16351 Motorcycles I
CHOPPER 2004 Custom
Rigid 100 Cl, S SpdKick/
Elec sfart. ONLY 15 Miles
All the right stuff Perfect
$12,500 941-792-9560
HARLEY 1977 Sportster
1000, Runs & Looks
Great, Custom Paint,
RebuiltTop End
$3,900 obo 813-653-9951
Harley 1993, Heritage,
BIk, New eng.by Harley,
exh, w. walls. chrome.
VGC. $11,500 obo
813-681-7915, 927-5712
HARLEY 1996 ELECTRA
GLIDE CLASSIC (FLHTC).
Black and Green, 17,650
miles. $10,900.
Call (813)926-4868
HARLEY 1997 Softtail
Custom, red w/chrome,
pristine detachables
*16K mi. Must see!
$14,900 813-679-2097
Harley Davidson 1998 Dy-
na Lo Rider, exc cond,
9300 mi, custom whls,
chrome, xtra seat, bgs
$11,500 813-495-3642
HARLEY 1998 HERITAGE
Springer, 1600 orig. mi,
like new, black, discon-
tinued model. $18,300.
727-688-1565 ,
HARLEY Davidson 1999
Road King Classic, bik,
chrome, many extras,
warranty, 42k $14,900
obo. 813-626-8831
HARLEY 1999 Road King
(FLHR), blk, 20K mi., lots
of chrome & accesso-
ries, $14,000.
813-269-2151
Harley Davidson 2002
Road King Classic, 8900
mi, garage kept, pearl
white, perfect cond
$17,900.863-640-3509.
HONDA 1993 CBR900RR
Excellent condition, 26K
miles, 2 new tires, ready
for the Summer
$3500obo 813-623-2751
HONDA 2000 MAGNA 4
cyl, 1900 orig mi, Ithr
bags, xtras, diamond
cond $4,900
813-495-8854
HONDA 2001 CBR929RR,
2-Bros Ti pipe, frm slid-
ers, LP signals, garaged,
never down. $6,000. Lv
msg 813-493-5416
HONDA 2004 CR 125, LIKE
NEW,20-30 hour on bike.
$3000 OBO.
813-759-0103
Kawasaki 1996 ZX 600 su-
persharp, very clean,
exc cond. Adult ridden.
Custom paint & exhaust.
$3000 obo 863-984-3461

SUZUKI 1987 Savage 650
Must Sell $1000
352-544-6216

SUZUKI 1998 Intruder
1400 Very low miles, al-
ways been garage kept,
mint cond, $4200 ooo.
813-817-9760
SUZUKI 1998 Marauder,
800 V twin, ex cond. B-S,
9k miles, $3500 obo.
813-788-3249, 244-8467.
SUZUKI 2000 INTRUDER
1400, 1 owner, 11k mi,
Ithr like saddle bags,
custom pipes mustang
seat asking $6300
813-677-4358
SUZUKI 2004 GXSR1300
HAYABUSA, Silver, 350
mi, under warranty, like
new. $7900.
813-681-3935,695-2567
SUZUKI 2004 HAYABUSA,
brand new, less than 50
mi 4 yr ext. warr, private
sale-no tax $10,160.$3200
call Dave 813-631-031-0313
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 Roadstar
Warrior, 1690 cc, less
than 1K mi, coyer,
saddle bags, like new
$9500 813-731-0128
YAMAHA TT-R90, New
Condition, $1,200 OBO0
SUZUKI Quad-Sp 80, $850
Days 813-927-0346
Eves 352-588-3246
1636 | Golf Carts |
GOLF CARS: 2000 Yamaha
$1200.2001 E-Z Go $1700
1987 E-Z Go Gas 4
passenger $2200 Call for
details 1-800-571-1644
OVERSTUFFED?
Move some of that furni-
ture out of the living
room with a class 410 ad


1637 ATVs I
MAGNUM 2003 330 2x4
ONLY 20 hours w/ two
helmets, IMMACULATE,
$3,700 (813) 719-3651

Yamaha 2000 Banchee
ATV, port & polish ver
fast, $10,000 invested,
sacrifice $5,000.
813-363-1962
YAMAHA 2003 BLASTER
and 2002 WARRIOR,
6spd, low hours, $3,500
and $2,500, o.b.o. Call
813-598-0900
Vehicles
640 Wanted

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Your Vehicle Directly to
the Original, Nationally
Acclaimed Charity Cars
100% Charity Not a
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draiser 1-800-Charity
(1-800-242-7489)
www.800charity-
cars.org

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
or813-960-9150
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
CADILLAC 1972 El Dorado
Convertible 54K mi.,
must sell. $5500 obo.
863-698-3720

CADILLAC 1976 El Dorado
Conv, White w/ white
leather, too many new
parts to list, $3999.
813-754-6799
CHEVY 1966 Stepside
Pickup, 350 engine 350
turbo trans, just rebuilt.
PSPB, AC. $7495
813-215-6183
CORVETTE 1973 COUPE,
exc driver.-$13,900 obo.
352-613-4937.

CORVETTE 1980 auto, 2
tone tan/red paint,
leather, AC, t-tops,
needs mechanical work.
$6500 OBO 813-671-4088
DODGE 1970 Dart GT-2 dr,
Original 340 motor.
Custom paint Asking
$21,000 obo. For more
info 352-597-7849
DODGE 1972 CHALLENGER
R/T RESTORED SUPER
BLUE 318 A/T, ALMOST
16K INVESTED, SELL FOR
13K (813) 785-6266
FORD 1949 COUPE 50%
complete, 302, C6 also
'51 Victoria parts car.
$4500 obo for both.
863-559-4624
FORD 1963 Thunderbird
cony, red/blk Roadster
pkg, exc cond, all options
needs minor wrk, mus
sell, $15K. 727-943-4026
TRIUMPH 1974 TR6, ma-
roon, black Ithr, rebuilt
eng, trans, susp rear.
New triple webbers,
priced to sell. $8500 or
est. 813-681-6169.
WANTED: JAGUAR XKE/
XK Healey/ MGT/TR3/
MGA. Any condition.
Cash buyer will ick up.
(407)620-6295
I649 Automobiles
649 For Sale

ACURA 1993 Vigor, new
eng, many newdlrparts
100k, $2500obo. Mits '95
Galant, 95k, won't start,
$1500obo. 813-546-7853
ACURA 1997 3.0 CL Premi-
um, Silver, Leather, 68K
Mi, Great Cond.
$8,500 OBO
813-661-3440
Acura 1998 Integra, auto,
PS, PW, PL, AC, power
moonrf, am/fm stereo
w/ cd. Silver w/ ebony
int. $7500 813-961-8223
ACURA 2002 RSX, Exc.
cond. desert silver,
loaded, leather, CD, sun-
roof, 5 spd. only $15,990
firm. 813-546-4508
BMW 1983 3 Series white/
blue, Alpina suspension,
wheels, brakes, and in-
terior. Euro bumpers
and valances. 5 spd, 3.90
LSD. M50 Vanos engine
(6 cyl/190hp) AC, sun-
roof. Beautiful & reli-
able. Bought new toy.
Priced for quick sale.
$6800.813-994-4405
BMW 1987 325i 151K+
miles, 5 speed sunroof,
no air, runs well.
$10000 OBO
813-671-3080
BMW 1995 325i black con-
vertible, exec. driven,
asking $9995 obo.
813-719-7768

BMW 1997 3281S, grn/blk
Ithr, ASC, 5spd, sport
pkg all opts exc htd
sts/sunroof, 125k hwy
mi $10,900 863-255-1540
Spot Advertising Works


I Automobiles
649 For Sale

BMW 1998 328i green
w/tan leather, exc
shape, second owner,
wefl maintained,
$13,500 813-264-7384
BMW 1999 3231S 76k,
White, 2DR, Auto 6 Cyl,
Sunroof Ithr cd, 1own-
er, Flawless $15,995 obo
(813) 453-1980
BMW 1999 7401 SPORT
46K. Perfect cond, fully
loaded "M" series
wheels sun roof, Metal-
lic black with tan interi-
or, septronic trans.
$28,900 813-927-2214
BMW 2000 323
Red, convertible exc
cond, 44k mi, $21.00
813-495-1415"
BMW 2001740i sportpkg
moonrf, sunshades, htd
seats, integratedphoned
lojack, royal red, sand
beige 65K, $29,900
813-598-2448
BUICK 1990 CENTURY, all
pwr,CD, 109Kmi., runs&
looks great, brand new
air very good cond.
$1,650. 813-254-6640
BUICK 1991 Park Avenue-
Fully loaded. 45k miles,
excellent condition.
$3000 813-264-9897

BUICK 2000 LeSabre Lim-
ited, orig owner, white
w/beige cloth top, fully
loaded, on star equip,
$12,995.941-776-9203.
BUICK 2002 RENDEZVOUS
luxery pkg. 21K mi., side
air bags, rd row seat-
" ing, Peuter w/ Grey Ithr.
$18,500.727-846-1762
Cadillac 1990 Eldorado 2
door coupe, Red, "Spe-
cial Edition" V8 sports
car, 103K, new A/G,
$5,250.813-681-6702
CADILLAC 1991 Fleet-
wood Braugham, 95k
miles, excellent condi-
tion $3,900 obo.
813-682-0019,365-0541.
CADILLAC 1995 DeVille,
Champagne, W/Cream
Int. Low Miles, 1 Owner,
Mint, 2 Yr Warranty
Trnsfrbl $7,400
813-920-1939
CADILLAC 1997 Deville
Estate car, 61,600 miles,
heated seats clean,
runs excellent. $8200
813-545-8047; 230-4234
CADILLAC 2000 DeVille,
diamond white, looks
like new, 44 100 miles,
all records, $18,800 of-
fer. 863-666-3253
Cadillac 2001 DeVille,
leather, loaded, CD, exc.
cond. w/ 7 yr warr, 55K
mi., 1 owner $23,500
813-689-3258 After 6pm.
CADILLAC 2002 DEVILLE,
NorthstarV8, 48K miles,
OnStar, CD, fully loaded,
excellent condition,
$19,900.813-758-2611
Chevy 1981 Corvette Dark
blue, beige int, match-
ing numbers, maint
reds. New paint.
$10,900.352-793-2990
CHEVY 1986 CAPRICE
Classic Broughm mint
condition, low mileage,
1 owner $3500 obo or
trade. 81-220-0906
CHEVY 1992 Capri Classic
Wagon 89k, new engine,
rebuild transmission,
loaded, runs great, ask-
ing $3500 352-592-9811
CHEVY 1994 Impala SS
Black, Exc. Cond. Load-
ed. New BF Tires Tint,
Adult owned, $13,000
813-948-0674 *610-0457
CHEVY 1996 Camaro Z28
silver w/ black leather,
77k mi., 6spd, adult
owned. Exceptional
cond., clear title, $7250
(no finan.) 813-299-8102.
CHEVY 1997 Camaro
T-twos, leather int., ice
cold air. $5500 obo.
813-996-5074

CHEVY 1998 Camaro Z28
loaded, t-tops, 6 speed
w/LT engine chrome
wheels, great shape, on-
ly 43k miles. $13,900.
Call 918-6182.
Chevy 1998 Malibu LS 42k
mi, white, exc cond, ask-
ing $5900. 813-985-4758
or727-543-9587

CHEVY 1999 CAVALIER
Z24 Convertible, keyless
entry, lowered body,
under body lights,
rockford AMP& sub.
7,200. 813-655-8226
Chevy 2000 Impala, fully
loaded, $15,000 obo,
813-495-5730 .

Chevy 2001 Cavalier, 4
door, auto, AC, AM/FM
CD one owner 18k
gofd, clean, $6750.
727-376-8549.
CHRYSLER 1996 Sebring
Coupe Gold Edt. 110K
Mi, Leather Sunroof,
PW&PL, V6, Runs Good,
$1,600 -813-920-0149
Chrysler 2002 PT Cruiser
Limited, Red, loaded,
leather, all power, CD,
new tires, great cond.
$10,800.813-765-9080
CHRYSLER 2003 300M,
sunroof, chrome whls,
25K mi,loaded,
warranty, $15,995
813-633-9808


6 I Automobiles
649 For Sale

CORVETTE 1993, red w/
grey Ithr, 79K actual mi
very, very nice car, music
see. $10,900obo. Call:
727-375-7425/439-2277
CORVETTE 1996 Coupe,
Wht/Gray Ithr, 85K mi,
auto, new tires, A/C,
very good cond $14,900.
813-766-0707
CORVETTE 1998 auto,
torch red/black Ithr'
new Z06 chrome whis /
tires, exc cond, Borla SS
exh. adult owned 73K
mi. all options, $21,500.
813-991-5683
515-707-2807
CORVETTE 1998, torch
red over tan, sports
seats, glass top, Bose,
50K mi, looks new
$21,900 813-909-7622
CORVETTE 2003 Z06 22k
miles, convertible, over
$12k in conversion, fac
warranty $45k
(813)299-8388
DODGE 1989 ARIES, 4
door, auto A/C, 10K
mi., 4 cyl, White, stereo.
everything works,
$750 0BO.813-679-2265
DODGE 1998 Neon Sport,
2 door CDRed, 5 speed,
Very Clean,
a $3,500 obo
a 813-924-02321W
DODGE 2000 Stratus, 4 dr,
32K actual mi. Looks,
runs & drives exception-
al Exc gas mileage.
$5750 obo 727-422-8692
FORD 1989 MUSTANG GT,
Blue/silver, 5 spd runs
great, needs work.
$1700 obo Must sellfast.
727-457-7069
FORD 1992 Mustang Con-
vertible, LX 5.0, Power
everything, AC, Cruise,
71K Mi, spd, Clean!
$6,500 obo 813-948-0452
FORD 1994 Probe GT, 5
speed, maroon w/grey
cloth int, V6 engine, cold
AC, 121k mi. $2450.
813-986-1709 874-3197
FORD 1995 Contour GL, 1
owner, grey, 5 spd, new
AC, CD stereo, great
cond. 107k miles $2290.
813-837-9679
FORD 1996 MUSTANG
GT,4.6L, 5 Spd, Garaged,
New Tires & Brakes
Exc Cond In/Out $7200
813-926-5537
FORD 1996 Mustang GT,
4.6 V8, automatic, AC,
PW, PL, CD, white new
tires, exc cond. 95k mi,
$5200.813-763-0379
FORD 2001 FOCUS red,
good cond, 50K mi, very
motivated, $5900 obo.
813-716-1856
HONDA 1992-Accord LX,
4 spd auto, Ithr. garage
kept, A great 1st car,
mustsee 813-431-5116

HONDA 1995 ACCORD LX
4dr, auto, AC, cruise, (all
pwr) alarm, high mi,
great cond $2950.
813-684-7314
Honda 1996 Accord LX,
brand new paint clean
int. non smkr, AC/CD,
pwr wind & locks 121k
mi, $5490 813-785-2251
Honda 1996 Civic EX, wht
ext., grey cloth, sunroof,
1 owner, garage kept,
N/S 75K mi., Mint cond.,
$6060.813-961-3317
HONDA 1997 Accord LX, 2
dr, exc cond, 1 owner,
fully equipped, elec air,
cruise, auto, etc. New
tires & battery. 67k mi.
DIr svcd. Silver. $6600
firm. 813-634-4868
HONDA 1997 CIVIC
customized car, alloy
whis, A/C, 5spd, stick
79k mi, $5900
813-786-5796
HONDA 1998 CIVIC 50,000
mi, White, Coupe, 5
Speed Lowered, 4 Cyi.
A/C, PS, PB Moon Roof,
CD, Alloy Wheels $6,995
(813)973-8581
Honda 1999 Civic Si, rare,
mint cond, red. New
sports tires & Vtech
$14,350 obo
813-787-5454
HONDA 2000 Accord EX
48K mi. auto Ithr. int. all
power, CD, alarm, prem.
whls, exc. cond. $12,950.
813-789-3039
HONDA 2002 ACCORD 45k
mi, Silver Coupe. Auto,
2WD, 4Cyl. $15,44S OBO,
slide-roof, tape/CD
changer, powerseat,
cruise, front/side air-
bag, Must Sell (813)
907b2839
HONDA 2002 Civic EX
14,250 mi, Silver Sedan
5 Speed, $13250, Low
Miles (813) 2360-1279
INFINITY 1995 J30 mint
condition, all power,
leather, 113K mi., asking
$5700. Spotless, must
see! 813-980-2836
INFINITI 2003 G35 17,500
mi Black, Sedan, Auto.,
2 WD, V6 Cyl. VIN#:
JNKCV51373M309904
$31,000 (813) 973-3339
INFINITI 2003 G35 COUPE,
Grey, BIk Ithr, 6 sp,.sun
roof, CD, tint, 14K mi.
$32,500OBO
(813M503-5132
JAGUAR 1995 XJ6 Must
sell, exc cond, black w/
tan leather in, 103k mi,
$7750 obo. 727-647-5536


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6491 Automobiles 14 I Automobiles
649 For Sale For Sale

Jaguar 2000 XK8, Convt. Mercedes 2003 CLK 500
25K, British Racing Coupe silver/charcoal,
Green Lthr int., prem. loaded, perfect 11K,
sound, exc cond. $48,500.813-837-4964
$39,900.813-389-3688
JAGUAR 2001 S Type 3.0 Mercury 1996 Grand Mar-
whtw/beige, prem. pkg. quis, loaded low mile-
& sound, CDchgr, 59K. age,blue,$6500obo
exc cond. 100K mi warr 813-764-8127
$23,500 813-909-7622 813-764-8127
LEXUS 1993 GS300 silver MERCURY 2003 GRAND
w/greylthr,.68k mi, A/C, MARQUIS 20K mi, all
good tires, dealer main- opts CD, tape. Great
gained garaged $8,800 Cond. Wholesale $14K.
obo 81-205-3338 Call Jim 813-789-7819
Lexusl993SC300,93Kmi, MITSUBISHI 1996
heated Ithr seats per- Eclipse,86kmi,
fect cond. inside & out. $1300 obo
Loaded w/all pwr opts. 139 -3
$8900.813-758-1207 813-968-5933
LEXUS 1999 RX 300 or MITSUBISHI 1998 Eclipse
LEXUS 2000 ES 300 Ex- Spider Conv't. GT, 71K
cellent Cond, $16,300 mi. maroon & beige,
eitherone!813-926-1887 cold AC, AM/FM/ CD
9 813-962-6500W cass. pw, pdl, security
new tire shRl, 7 ermusf
LEXUS 2000 RX300 White, sell $770083-874-8844
1 owner disc CD Mint! MITSUBISHI 2002 Galant
$23,900obo ES, auto, CD, pearl
813-842-4853 white, exc. cond. 52K
hwy mi. 30 mpg $7950
LEXUS 2002 GS 300 fully irm, 813-907-8588
loaded, sport pacKage,
chrome wheels, 28k NISSAN 1993 Sentra, Au-
miles, exc cond, $32,500. to, Cold AC, Cruise, 4dr,
727-726-6843. 23K Mi, Needs Paint &
minor body work
LEXUS 2002 SC 430 $2,500o813-677-1321
conv, wht/tan Ithr, 14k
mi, wall upgrades incl. Classified-the most effi-
Nav syst, warranty, pvt cent, effective, economi-
owner, perf condo a steel cal & user-friendly infor-
@ $49,900 813-994-0070 mation system available
to help you buy, sell or
LINCOLN 1995 Continen- fin the goos and
tal looks & runs great, services you need!
$00.813-837-683 NISSAN 1995 ALTIMA
champagne, mint cond.
leather, sunroof, runs
Lincoln 1996 Town Car great, $3900
Signature series, 1 own- 813-363-3901
er, veryclean, very good
condition. $4100. 813- NISSAN1995MaximaGXE
661-3671/335-8513 93k mi, V6 Black, all
S power, spoiler, airbags,
Can ema potos.$4900
obo 813-961-5531
V TI l NISSAN 1996 Maxima,
4dr, auto leather,
LINCOLN 1999 Towncar PW/PL, tilt, cruise,
Cartier TournamentEd. sunrf must sell. $5600
only 37K hwy driven ml. obo.913-376-0314
Cartier amenities, white NISSAN 1997 Maxima SE 5
pearl ext. w/beige lthr speed, maroon, Bose,
int & to, senior fem. sunroof, heated leather
driven. "A must see!" seats, records, carfax.
$15,500 firm 352-746-3882 $7800.813-390-1833.
MAZDA 1992 Miata good Nissan 2002 Altima 2.5SL
cond., runs well. $3500 Sedan 4dr- Classy! auto,
obo. 813-996-5074 50K mi., brand new tires,
leather, int. $14,000.
727-460-6408
MERCEDES 1979 Turbo NISSAN 2003 350Z 15.2k
Diesel Wagon, AT, AC, mi, touring model, Bose
PW PL C, new fires, stereo, power every-
260k m. $3,000. Lake- thing. $27,000 firm
land 863-815-8571 813-391-5454
MERCEDES 1982 380SL NISSAN 2003 350Z coupe,
Great cond, dark blue, 3.5L V6, auto, sports
grey interior, both tons, shifter, copper cir, Bose
Maint records available stereo, Ithr, like new
$13,500.813-920-3809 $24,599 813-842-5271
MERCEDES 1983 380SL Getintunew/Classified's
Both tops exc. condi- selection of musical in-
tion, rebuilt engine, new struments in Class 420
brakes, $7 00u. Call: OLDS 1993 CUTLASS
813-892-9148/831-5440 Wagon, 132K mi, power,
MERCEDES 1985 380SL, goodA/C Auto 6 Cyl,
mint cond, Bge/Tan Ithr 1,200 (81b) 792-746
int, 73K actual mi, both
tops (new cony, top), all PONTIAC 1994 Grand Am
onrg Mercedes parts. SE, dark green, good
Orig books & records, condi $1800 obo
$15,500.813-240-8560 or 813-837-0317
813-926-6746
MERCEDES 1987 560SL PONTIAC 1995 GRAND
Roadster, 83K, 2 owner, AM V6 auto, A/C, 4
perf. cond $15,500 obo door stereo/Cass, exc.
813-254-3599 condition. $2,850 OBO.
813-679-2265'
MERCEDES 1991 190E 2.6, Porsche 2000 Boxster S,
WHT ALL POWER, CD, BIk/blk Ithr prem
GOOb CONDITION, sound, 6 sod, 18" whls
$4700,813-754-2776 fast & perfect. $34,995
obo 813-695-4208
MERCEDES 1991 300 cou- PORSCHE 2000 Boxster-S
pe black, loaded, sunrf, white/tan, 27k mi sporf
AC, PW/PL, 118k mi, pkg, 18in fact wheels,
$5900.813-453-4810 cd,exccond. Orig owner
$34,950 (813)787-7711
Mercedes 1991 300CE TOYOTA1999CAMRYXLE
Coupe, fully loaded, gar. V-6, A/C; sunroof Ithr
kept Must sell immed. securi sys, AM/FM,
$6 90. 727-787-1313; Cass/CD, HP tires.
813-810-5678 $7,950.(813)634-7819
MERCEDES 1992 300SL, TOYOTA 2000 CAMRY LE
Red, both tops, 51K mi., 90k, all power, CD/Cass,
like new. AC, new tires, silver,
$18,850 spoiler exc cond $7900
Call (813251-6342 813-495 7353 786-3237
MERCEDES 1992 500SL CLASSIFIED WORKS
convertible w/.two tops,
42K mi. like new, TOYOTA 2004 COROLLA
$22,500.727-688-1565 CE 5 speed, Gold, 19,000
mi, Asking $11,500,
Brand NewSuper Buy
MERCEDES 1993 E1904dr, (813)899-1770
fully loaded, green w/
tan Ithr, 2nd owner, 76K Volkswagon Dune Buggy,
mi. Must sell, moving to 1600 DP, mags, replica
Miami. $4995.294-2222 of low 30's Ford, runs.
$2,500.
MERCEDES 1997 C280 (813)635-0065
Exc cond, 135k mi, CD,
mn rf, black on tan Ithr, VOLVO 1996 850, 4dr,
all pwr, alloy whls $8300 5spd, 56k mi, 1 owner,
813-968-3698 good cond, $5,200
MERCEDES 1999 S420, 813-282-7845
Exc. cond., new tires, re- VW1996 e r ,
cent full service, rides VW 1996 Jetta GLX, blk,
like new, $24,300 obo. good shape, many new
727-235-2136 parts, $6995 OBO. Call
for more info:
MERCEDES 2000 CLK430 813-837-5649; 843-4532
Conv., flawless, silver, W9J A-d, A,
amg pkg, fully oaded VW. 996JETTA4-dr A/
46K mi. $37,900 obo. must sell! $2500 obo.
813-244-8465 Must See! 813-508-5529
MERCEDES 2001 CLK 430
Silverw/dark rey int.VW 1998 TURBO DEISEL
41k mi, AMG As, new VW 1998 TURBO DEISEL
tires, looks/drives new. NEW BEETLE, 5 spd,
$33,900 813-842-4853 manual, 59K hwy miles,
exc. condition 6 disc CD
MERCEDES 2001 E420 chger, alloy whis, glossy
Sport, white,parchment black, 46mpg. $11,500.
interior, 63K miles, Contact Joyce at
books immaculate! 813-545-0844/
$29,906 813-842-4853 VW 2001 Jetta Station
MERCEDES 2002 E320, Wagon:60Kmi.,thrint
silver, exc. cond. 26,500 alloy whls, moonrfl
mi. sunroof, $37,000. sunrf, tinted, side air
813-340-2082 bags, allpwr, roof rack.
$12,000. 813-382-6220




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URGENT GM SALES DIRECTIVE


POSTED FOR CENTlRA FLOLRIDA


Local GM Distributor

Holds Inventory Reduction


An immediate GM Sales Directive is in
effect for Central Florida. This involves
Polk, Hillsborough and Pasco Counties.
Lott-Mather will conduct an INVENTORY
R c7, UCTLION for 5 days only, Thursday thru
Monday 11AM-7PM. In order to make room
for incoming new car shipments, Lott-Mather
has made available to you C i :. SUPPLIER
PROGRAM PRICING on 265 new GM's.
Save like never before without the negotiating
on price.
General Manager, Jonald Spinks puts it like
this, "Record sales this year have made this
an urgent situation. We've got to make room
for incoming Buick's, Pontiac's and GMC's.
New Buick's, Pontiac's and GMC's at
discounted prices that normally only GM
SUPPLIERS would pay! "We've never
done this before," Spinks said, "Buying at
prices that were normally less than what the
general public can get." Model lines affected
are BUICK'S, PONTIAC'S AND GMC's,
like new SIERRA'S, ENVOY'S, YUKON'S,
VIBE'S AND MONTANA'S as well as
more traditional lines like LESABRE'S,
CENTURY'S AND RENDEZVOUS'S. Hurry
for best selection.
Not only will the buyer get GM SUPPLIER
PRICING but Lott-Mather will give its
customers all applicable GM rebates &
incentives. "Exciting" exclaimed Spinks,
"This is a first time for us, being able to


offer to Central Florida a GM SUPPLIER
PRICING program with such deep rebates,
up to $5,500 cash back or qualified buyers
can get 0% financing for up to 60 months."
Lott-Mather will staff extra personnel to
make sure all customers are taken care of as
quickly as possible.
Never has the timing been better. Lott-Mather
is taking this directive seriously. This week
only, Thursday thru Monday. If you've ever
thought, "It's time to look for another vehicle,"
do it now! GM SUPPLIER PRICING and
rebates only at Lott-Mather Buick Pontiac
GMC on SR 39 across from Lowes.
"You'd better hurry," said Spinks, "At these
prices and rates, the colors or options you
want might not be here." The sale starts on
Thursday, so don't wait till. the weekend.
All credit applications will be accepted, as
will your trade-ins. Pick out your vehicle
and a Lott-Mather representative will show
you the factory invoice with details of the
GM SUPPLIER PRICE. Applicable rebates
and/or financing will then be subtracted.
"Whether you need a family van, a hunting
truck, or the kids need a new car for school,
This is it." Spinks added, "This is our best
sale yet, but it ends at 7PM on Monday."
For directions or more information call the
GM SUPPLIER HOTLINE @ 813-752-4181.


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