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THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2004 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


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PERMIT NO. 83


FOCUS ON SCHOOLS


in the
NEWS


LEADER
Sharon Moody fills
the big shoes of John
Griffin at the West
Side Boys & Girls
Club.
PAGE 3
...

SPRAWL

How does Plant City
avoid it?
PAGE 4


BRIGGS


Your beloved colum-
nist hits the high seas.
PAGE 3


INDEX

AROUND TOWN
PAGE 9

CALENDAR
PAGE 3
CLASSIFIED
PAGE 21

COMMENTARY
PAGE 1

CROSSWORD
PAGE 21

ROAD IMPROVEMENTS
PAGE 14


Principal Players


The principal's office
has been a hopping
place in several
schools. Meet five
of the area's
newest leaders.
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
It's time for a trip to the princi-
pal's office.
But don't fear. It's not to be
disciplined, but rather to meet
five of Plant City's newest princi-
pals.
Because of promotions and
retiring administrators, there has
been lots of movement in East
Hillsborough schools.
Three elementary schools
began the school year with one
principal and ended it with
another. Last May, as children
excitedly made their way down
the halls or boarded buses during
the final week of school before
venturing off into summer,
Cheryl Boddie at Lincoln Magnet,
MaryAnn Keene at Stonewall
Jackson and Marie Caracciola at
Trapnell hugged and waved to
the students they are just coming
to know.
And on the first day of school,
Aug. 6, two more principals, Sally
Stephens at Esther D. Burney Ele-
mentary and Beverly Carbaugh at
Tomlin Middle, will meet their
students for the first time.
Some of the area's administra-
tors are enjoying new challenges
in other parts of the county.
Former Lincoln principal Faye-
chone Durant headed to Young
Magnet Middle in -Tampa, and
Sylvia Hastings, who led Jackson,
was tapped to open the new Corr
Elementary in Gibsonton.
But with the recent appoint-
ments of Stephens as successor
to Jack McMillan, who retired,
and Carbaugh to replace Tom
Stewart, an administrator on


special assignment, East Coun-
ty's principal seats "are pretty
much intact," said Area 6 Direc-
tor Barbara Franques. All that's
left is the appointment of a new
principal at Durant High to
replace Joe Perez, who took a job
as the school district's personnel
services manager, expected to be
named this week.
Here is an introduction to
Boddie, Keene, Caracciola, Car-
baugh and Stephens.
Lincoln was magnet for Boddie
Something about the students
at Lincoln Elementary Magnet
See SCHOOL, Page 13


Above, Sally
Stephens
admitted she had
her eye on Burney
Elementary for a
long time. "I feel
like I've died and
gone to heaven,"
she said. At left,
new Tomlin
Middle School
principal Beverly
Carbaugh said she
was ready to
trade her horse in
for a tiger. "This
is my commu-
nity," she said.


SPORTS
PAGE 19

WORSHIP
PAGE 11


IN THE TRIBUNE
Heres a preview of
,shat you'll find in
The Tampa Tribune's
Plant City section
Saturday-
j First Baptist
Church of Plant City
may move from the
edge of downtown
to 52 acres on James
L Redman Parkway


TRANSPORTATION SPOTLIGHT


City Has 'Super' Intentions


For Many Area Roads


8 MILES TO
BE RESURFACED
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Some of Plant City's roughest
roads are about to get a whole lot
smoother.
The city commission agreed
Monday night to allow a Tampa
company to resurface about
eight miles of bad roads.
Portions of 31 city streets will


be covered with 1.5 inches of an
asphalt mix called Superpave, a
resurfacing compound that is
approved for all Florida Depart-
ment of Transportation resurfac-
ing projects.
APAC Southeast and Ajax Pav-
ing Industries placed bids on the
project. Ajax's bid was for slightly
more than $830,000, while
APAC's bid came in around
$805,000.
APAC's bid was about $100,000
more than the city engineering
staffs estimate. On April 12, the


city commission approved
spending $695,000 to pay for the
resurfacing. Attempts to negoti-
ate a lower price with APAC,
including a reduction of the
scope of the work, were unsuc-
cessful, city officials said.
According to a report from City
Manager David Sollenberger,
"the cost of resurfacing contin-
ued to increase and ... the delay
of the bidding process will likely
result in higher costs to the city."
Sollenberger's recommenda-
tion to the commissions was
then approved at the original bid
of $804,782.
City engineer Brett Gocka said
the bid is consistent with resur-
facing costs in the area, which is
about $100,000 per mile.
"Superpave is actually less
expensive and a better surfacing


material than we first specified,"
Gocka said. "The FDOT certifies
the quality of the Superpave
blend and the application
method that will be used. By the
time you consider striping, curb-
ing. manhole adjustments, traffic
control and other contingencies,
the price goes up quickly."
APAC's subcontractors will do
all the work. The city is capable of
doing the same work on a smaller
scale, but Gocka said it wouldn't
be cost-effective.
"Our people have the equip-
ment for striping and curbing
and the like," Gocka said, "but
when you try to do 31 different
roads we just can't do it."
Gocka said the project should
get started within the next month
and be completed sometime in
November.


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City Will Negotiate With Tampa Bay Water


RIGHTS TO CRYSTALS'
WATER STILL AN ISSUE
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Plant City water may some-
day be delivered to customers
throughout the Tampa Bay
area.
City officials agreed Mon-
day to allow City Manager
David Sollenberger to enter
into negotiations with Tampa
Bay Water about the sale of
water pumped by the city, and
potentially from private busi-
nesses in the area.
The city has been hesitant
about approving such a con-
cept because of concerns
about meeting its own cus-
tomers' future needs.
Presently the city has a per-
mit good until 2010, that
allows the city to pump up to
about 10 million gallons each
day to supply its customers.
That is about 3.5 million gal-
lons more than the present
need of the city's customers.
Tampa Bay Water would like


the city to pump up to its limit
and allow it to purchase the
excess.
The city is the only agency
licensed by the Southwest
Florida Water Management
District to pump and distrib-
ute drinking water within the
city limits. Tampa Bay Water
is looking for the city's bles-
sing to move forward with its
plans, which also include the
purchase of water pumped by
Crystals International. Swift-
mud also would have to agree
to both purchases.
Tampa Bay Water has been
interested for more than two
years in purchasing water
Crystals uses in cooling its
condenser. The water would
be treated so it could used for
drinking.
The city has been fighting
the possibility all along.
During its Monday meeting,
however, the commission
gave the green light for negoti-
ations as long as the city
maintained the ability to
cancel the sale should the
city's need for water increase.


"Plant City is the only authorized supplier
of drinking water in this area. It is our
responsibility to protect the future supply of
drinking water for residents of the city for
years to come."
BILL DODSON
Commissioner


"Plant City is the only
authorized supplier of drink-
ing water in this area," said
Commissioner Bill Dodson.
"It is our responsibility to
protect the future supply of
drinking water for residents of
the city for years to come.
Growth of an area and the
drinking water available go
hand in hand. It is important
that we protect such a vital
interest."
In May, it appears that
Tampa Bay Water was
prepared to approve an agree-
ment with Crystals' parent
company, MasterTaste. Crys-
tals, operating inside the city
limits, is a producer of freeze-
dried food and drink flavors.


Crystals has a Swiftmud
permit to pump about 3 mil-
lion gallons a day from wells
located off Martin Luther King
Jr. Boulevard. County and
regional agencies have
determined that the water
leaving the plant is of drinking
quality.
City officials asked Tampa
Bay Water to postpone the
decision.
According to a May 3 report
given by Sollenberger, a meet-
ing was held between Sollen-
berger, then-Mayor Dodson
and Jerry Maxwell, Tampa Bay
Water's executive director. In
that meeting, Dodson told


POLICE BEAT

Arson
A contractor's forklift
being used during a land-
scaping job at a private
school was intentionally
set on fire July 22, a state
fire marshal determined.
Plant Ciry Fire Rescue
personnel were called to
investigate a fire at the
Simmons Alternative
School, 1202 W. Grant St.,
July 22 about 5:30 a.m.,
where firefighters found a
forklift burning in the
parking lot, according to
the fire rescue report.
The cause'of the fire
was deemed suspicious
by the attending state fire
marshal who determined
a flammable liquid was
poured on thde forklift to
accelerate the fire.
Plant City police are
offering a reward for any
information the leads to
the arrest of the arsonist.
Call: the Plant City Police
TIPS line at 754-8477.


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THURSDAY
Welcome home party
for Spc. Batson
Friends and family of
Army National Guard Spc.
Steven Batson will host a
welcome home party for
him July 29 at 4 p.m. at
Plant City Golf Course's
pavilion. The course is at
3102 Coionet Road.
Batson. son of Barbara
Barson of Plant City and a
member of the Guard's
203rd Engineering Batta-
lion, is returning from a
16-month deployment to
Iraq.
Bring a covered dish to
share, preferably in a dis-
posable container.

SATURDAY
Artist reception
Park-Side Cafe. 108 S.
Collins St.. will host a
reception for local photog-
rapher Roy Adams July 31
from 5 to 8 p.m.
Adams' work will be on
display and light hors
d'oeuvres will be served.
Call: 719-3077.

MONDAY
Open house at Marshall
Marshall Middle School,
18 S. Maryland Ave., will
host an open house for the
2004-05 school year on
Aug. 2 at 6 p.m.
Parents and students
should report to the stu-
dent's homeroom. Check
homeroom numbers on
the recent Marshall news-
letter mailed July 27.
Call: 757-9360.

TUESDAY
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
See CALENDAR, Page 17



FAMILY CARE
PHARMACY


by
Mark Filosi
Registered Pharmacist


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Over Exercise
Stressing out over missing your
exercise routine is almost worse than
not working out at all. Dr. Liebowitz
of Duke University says, "being over
concerned with 'health-preserving
activities' is, in fact, counterpro-
ductive. You'll get most of the same
stress-reduction benefits if you just
stop considering self-improvement a
competitive sport." Two and a half
hours a week of almost any moder-
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GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Sharon Moody, center, the new director of the West Plant City Boys & Girls Club, and Michael Childs, to her right, are working
together and with other staff members to make the club a haven of learning for its members.


Moody Takes Up Leadership At Boys & Girls Club


FORMER DIRECTOR'S
LEGACY CARRIES ON
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The transition of leadership
at the West Plant City Boys &
Girls Club seems natural and
seamless in spite of the
unforeseen tragedy that
brought it about.
The sudden and unexpected
death of John Griffin, the long-
time director of the club, made
it necessary for the manage-
ment team in Tampa to find
someone to fill his shoes.
The search ended when
Sharon Moody, a Plant City
native and longtime volunteer
in the community and at the
club, submitted her applica-
tion.
Roy Opfer, president at the
Boys & Girls Club of Tampa
Bay, said that losing Griffin
was difficult.


"John was an exceptional
person, and we knew he could
never be replaced," Opfer
said. "But in searching for a
new director, we were pleased
when Sharon applied. Many of
the people in the community
gave her very high praise. We
listened to them."
Moody, 47, has two daugh-
ters, three grandsons and a
granddaughter. She has
worked in the Hillsborough
County school system as a
teacher's aide, worked in the
local banking community and
earlier this month resigned
from her position with the
Florida Department of Reve-
nue, a position she held for
nine years. Three days later,
she was sitting in the office
formerly inhabited by Griffin,
a friend and former high
school classmate to Moody.
"John and I have always
been good friends," Moody
said. "We are both graduates
of Plant City High, Class of


1974. Over the years, we have
worked on many of the volun-
teer committees around town.
Starting in 1999, we both
served on the unit board of the
West Plant City branch of the
Boys & Girls Club. John was
very outgoing and loved the
children he worked with. He
and I communicated almost
daily about the activities at the
club."
When Moody first started as
a volunteer with Griffin, the
club met at Mount Olive Bapt-
ist Church on Ball Street.
"After I worked with the
children for about a year, John
encouraged me to get my child
care license," Moody said. "At
the time, I had no intention of
working with children on a
full-time basis. But, John knew
that I loved working with the
club and he told me, 'You
never know what might
happen.'"
No one could have guessed
at the time that Griffin would


have to be replaced undei
such tragic circumstances. His
heart failure took everyone b)
surprise.
"Forty-nine is awfullyyounE
for anyone to pass on," Mood)
said. "You never know how
the Lord will do things. I knew
they would eventually have tc
replace John, but it was aboul
one month before I decided tc
apply for the job."
If several people in the com-
munity had not approached
Moody and suggested she
consider the director's
position, Moody said she
might not have turned in an
application.
"I wasn't sure what the peo-
ple at the Tampa offices
wanted to do," she said. "Bul
enough people approached
me and I put in the applica-
tion."
Within a week officials
offered her the job.

See MOODY, Page 14





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Commissioners Consider Parkways Future


WANT IT TO BE GATEWAY,
NOT EYESORE
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Could New Urbanism work in Plant
City?
The city commission considered
that question Monday during a special
workshop to consider the future of a
stretch of south State Road 39.
Though the commission had ques-
tions and doubts, one definite goal was
reaffirmed: the city does not want S.R.
39, also known as Jim Redman Park-
way, to look like the stretch of State
Road 60 that runs through Brandon.
Ray Chiaramonte, assistant execu-
tive director of the Hillsborough
County City-County Planning Com-
mission, presented the commission
with the concept behind New Urban-
ism and said he was confident the new
planning strategy would keep the
parkway from becoming an unsightly
commercial haven full of strip malls
and parking lots.
"What it means is more choices for
the people who live in our communi-
ties," Chiaramonte said.
New Urbanism relies on mixing dif-
ferent kinds of development to create
areas that are more functional, more
pedestrian friendly and more pleasing
to the eye. Shopping districts overlap
with residential and commercial areas
to allow residents to shop and work
where they live.
Parking lots are put in the rear and
to the side of buildings, which are set
close to the street to create a kind of
downtown atmosphere.
It's a radical concept for a country
obsessed with cars, but it is already
working in other places, Chiaramonte
said, citing Disney's Celebration com-
munity as perhaps the best example.
Westchase in Tampa also was men-
tioned.
The same principles can apply to
Plant City, he said.
"You want to accentuate what's
special about Plant City and build from
that," Chiaramonte said.
Architecture is another crucial ele-


Photos courtesy The Planning Commission
"Smart growth" and New Urbanism, below, features a mix of residential and commercial development, with buildings close
to the street, and abundant landscaping. Above, the more traditional form of development -- sprawl -- strips miles of
commercial property along barren stretches of road.


ment of the concept, he said, citing a
new McDonald's in Tampa that proves
you can make even a fast food restau-
rant look good.
Commissioners generally liked what
they saw, agreeing that allowing the
strip of Jim Redman Parkway, from


about Alexander Street to Trapnell Dodson.
Road, to develop solely as a commercial Commissioners did have some con-
area would mean disaster. cerns. Mayor Mike Sparkman won-
"I don't imagine we'll get anything dered if the idea could work in the area
different than what Brandon has if we that has some smaller parcels.
let it develop commercial all the way
down," said Commissioner Bill See PARKWAY, Page 12


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Resident Relives Horror Of World War II


RENEE FISHER MEMBER

OF FRENCH RESISTANCE

Editor's Note: This story is the
second of two parts.
By MICHAEL HINMAN
mhinman@mediageneral.com
It was a moonless night as
Renee Blumeneau walked as
quickly as she could through
the dark streets of South
France, soaked from the
downpour that only added to
the evening's misery.
It was the height of World
War II, and Renee's family had
made it out of Luxembourg,
hoping to find safety in France.
Instead, they found nothing
but Nazi troops and war. And
now the young woman- barely
18 was knee-deep in what
would later be known as the
French Resistance.
"I found out that my grand-
mother's and mother's dia-


monds went for five false ID
cards, and that I was chosen to
pick them up at the butcher
store from a man in the Resis-
tance," Renee said. "German
and Italian soldiers were
everywhere. I carried my right
ID card in my right skirt pocket
and [the] false ones in my left
pocket."
Renee had just walked down
the Promenande des Anglais
and turned at the Hotel Ruhl
when suddenly two bright
headlights beamed toward
her.
"It was an enormous
German tank," Renee remem-
bered. "My heart was beating
so loud that I thought the
Kraut heard it when he
stopped. He asked me. in
German for the directions to
the airport. Somehow, I made
him to understand that I speak
French only."
Of course, that was a lie.
With her education in Luxem-
bourg, Renee could speak


"Do you know how scared I was with my five
false IDs in my pocket, all alone, facing a tank
two stories high?"
RENEE FISHER
French resistance


several languages, including
German. The Nazi soldiers
began to ridicule her in
German, but Renee did her
best to make them believe she
couldn't understand a single
thing they were saying.
"Do you know how scared I
was with my five false IDs in
my pocket, all alone, facing a
tank two stories high?" Renee
said. "He wanted me to come
with him and [said] that he
would love me. In sign lan-
guage, I told him that I was
sick and made him understand
to turn left at the end of the
street. He saluted and took
off."
Renee started to give a sigh
of relief, but before she could


finish, a hand out of nowhere
grabbed her from behind and
pulled her into a doorway.
"It was a woman," Renee
said, rubbing her neck as she
remembered this particular
incident. "She tried to strangle
me and called me a traitor. 'I
shall report you to the
Gestapo,' she said. 'You know
that the airport is to the
right.'"
Somehow, Renee was able
to get away, but her troubles
weren't quite over yet.
German forces had started
to comb Nice looking for
Resistance members. Renee
went into hiding in a small
room, sleeping on a straw bag,
only able to flush the toilet


when someone above her did
as well.
"Lice and fleas covered my
body," she said. "I scratched
until I was a solid mass of
blood. I used my tears to wipe
my wounds [as] I could not
run the water for fear people
would hear it in the pipes.
In the meantime, Renee's
family had escaped into the
mountains above Grenoble to
become more active in the
Resistance. There they moni-
tored the radio, and trans-
mitted messages to the BBC in
London. Renee returned to
Aurillac to perform nursing
duties in the hospital.
From there, Renee began to
take care of a family that she
felt at first were collaborators.
They were very suspicious of
her, but things calmed down
after one incident concerning
a phone call.
"The voice on the line said,

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ton, D.C., area he has grown
to love.
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from the Washington Monu-
ment. After a short but
impressive walk, we arrived at
the Holocaust Memorial
Museum. We had tickets for
noon.
We entered the elevator,
and I took a small booklet
outlining the life of a German
teacher. His name was Franz
Monjau. His fate was horrible.
His only crime was to be a
Jew.
As we made our way
through the exhibit, I slowly
became overwhelmed by the
enormity of what occurred, by
the tenuous nature of our
grasp on civilization, and at
what people like me had
allowed to happen on a
continent celebrating the
zenith of civilization and
learning.
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LEITE COMMENTARY


Need a breather on growth
Re: "7mint Do You Vaint For Area Roads?"
July22
The Metropolitan Planning Organization's
interest, in my opinion, should first be to halt
the unmanaged building going on in this
county of homes, especially the developments
taking up so much of land. When that land is
gone, it is gone for all time.
Do we want to end up as Pinellas County
where, in order to build, something has to be
torn down first?
Family members of mine are buying into a
housing development along U.S. 301. There is
a short, four-lane road facing it, with
construction on both sides of 301. What is
going to happen when all of these homes are
finally occupied? Gridlock.
When are the people responsible for con-
trolling this rapid growth going to realize they
are not doing their respective jobs? They let
the growth happen, then realize the roads.
water and facilities cannot handle the traffic.
Then what do they do? Raise taxes.
When is the county going to be allowed to
have a breather and let the infrastructure
needed to handle the influx of people catch up
with the building going on?
Ronda Storms. our county commissioner
for District 4, got raked over the coals for even
mentioning a moratorium on building in the
county a while back. She seems to be one of
the very few with eyes to the future mess that
is being created here.
What is going to happen when the water
runs out?
Someone has to become responsible in
these matters. Commissioner Storm.. seems to
stand ialoun in this. Where is her backupL,
George L. Ilenson
Plant City


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FAMILY


LIVING


BETTY'S PLACE



Of Art, Service And Summer Vacations


It's been an exciting few
weeks as the Tour de France
cycled itself into Paris.
Lance Armstrong's sixth
consecutive win culminated
with our national anthem
being played on the Champs
Elysees and the Texas flag
flying over a historic Parisian
hotel. I can hear my good
friend Bill Corda, who died
last year of the same cancer
Armstrong had: "Touch6!"
Bill, an attorney in Plant
City and Lakeland for a long
time, was a
fighter and
champion
fencer at the
University of
Notre Dame.
He under-
stood, like
Armstrong and
Johnson most cancer
survivors,
myself included, the meaning
of "simple pleasure." Bill was
given weeks to live but
survived more than 10 years
beyond his diagnosis (the side
effects of his intensive,
experimental treatments took
his life, not the cancer).
Seeing the Stars and Stripes
flying over the Champs
Elysees reminds me of a
photo by Plant City artist/
photographer Roy Hilry
Adams of an American flag in
Paris. A collection of Roy's
work will be exhibited at the
Park-Side Caf6, 108 Collins
St., July 31 from 5 to 8 p.m.
Roy's "archeological-
based" photographs will be
on display, including some
printmaking works.
"I've been to Holland,
Europe and the Middle East
to study the works in muse-
ums there," Adams said.
Under his belt are photogra-
phy awards, including first
place and an honorable
mention from the Old Hyde
Park Art Center in 2000.


Randy Joyce keeps telling
everyone his newest grand-
baby looks like him, but he's
whistling in the dark..
Pretty little Ally Elizabeth
arrived safely into the arms of
her parents, Jason and Alynn
and 3-year-old brother,
Carter T (for Cowboy Texas).
"I never thought grandkids
could be so much fun," Randy
said of his and Shirley's visit
to Lake Lewisville, which is
near Dallas, where son-Jason
works for Western Extrusions.
Jason is off to Europe on
business, while Alynn and the
kids pay Plant City a visit.
"I look forward to having a


Special To The Courier
Your faithful columnist, left, pulls out the big guns along with Vicki and David Hawthorne on a
recent visit to Fort Jefferson.


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


real Texas cowboy help-ne
with my cows," Randy said.
"And who knows, we just
might camp out one night."
In this heat? Give the little
guy a sleeping bag next to
Grandpa's bed and I bet he'll
think it's a grand adventure.


I was happy to get updates
on two military guys.
Lynne Halleran said her
husband, Kevin, a military
intelligence specialist, will
graduate from Officer Candi-
date School today. Recently,
he surprised Lynne with a
visit home to Honey Dog
Ranch with two soldier
friends.
It was just in time, as -
Sammy, a rescued abused
golden retriever from Pensa-
cola, was having real prob-
lems adjusting and was
terrified of men. Kevin
worked with him and "he's
doing just great," Lynne said.
"The Golden Retriever Rescue
of Mid-Florida is desperately
seeing volunteers."
If you think you might want
to help, check out


Photo courtesy Roy Adams
An American (flag) in Paris; Roy Adams' photography will be on
display at a reception at Park-Side Cafe, 108 Collins St., July 31.


www.grrmf.com.
I begged a picture off Caleb
Johnson when I saw him
briefly last week. He looks
mighty handsome in his
Marine uniform. Obviously,
he hasn't been pining away
for his dad's Market cooking-
he gained 15 pounds in basic
training. Now, he's headed to
Camp Lejeune in North
Carolina, then Quantico, Va.,
where he will gain security
clearance, and then on to
possible assignments at
Camp David in Maryland or
the White House.


My husband, John, and I
were invited to skirt the west
coast of Florida, from Stuart
to Tampa Bay in David and
Vicki Hawthorne's boat,
"Taking It Easy."
The weather was so perfect
we headed to Dry Tortugas,
the old Civil War-era Fort
Jefferson, a.k.a. The Stealth
Bomber of its age or Ameri-
ca's Devil Island. Its famous
prisoner was Dr. Samuel A.
Mudd, who set John Wilkes
Booth leg after the assassina-
tion of President Abraham
Lincoln.
It's the nation's largest
masonry fort, built of 16 ,
million handmade, red bricks,
and is undergoing an $18
million restoration.
Stealth bomber it may have
been, but it was never fired
upon or captured by the
Confederate army. I can
understand why. It's beyond
remote: if your compass fell
overboard and the stars
weren't shining, you could
wind up in Cuba, Mexico or
Africa.
Our first morning there, I
witnessed the most
incredible sunrise. The water
was as smooth as glass and
flying fish began to skip in
four directions, creating a
distinct cross in the water for
five or six seconds (where
was my camera when I
needed it?).
Our Atlantic to Gulf
adventure included celebrat-
ing David's birthday with a
giant chocolate chip cookie


Special to The Courier
Carter T Joyce shows off his
new sister, Ally Elizabeth.
They are the grandchildren of
Randy and Shirley Joyce.

from a Key West bakery and a
Mozart concerto on DVD, of
course.
We also hit beautiful but
saucy South Beach and wild
and crazy Key West (when
Solomon said there's a time
for everything under the sun,
he had no idea there'd ever be
these two places).
Capt. David got us home
just before the rains started. It
was a sea adventure of the
best kind. Neither compass
nor passengers fell overboard,
stars were brilliant and we
made it home safely with a lot
of sweet and salty memories,
though that gear sticking in
reverse just as we were about
to dock was scary for a
moment. "That's just boat-
ing," David said.
And Kevin and Caleb, be
glad you're not assigned to
Fort Jefferson in 1862. Lt.
Calvin Shedd wrote home
that, "our grub is not fit for a
decent dog, and to cure the
sting of scorpions we turn
whiskey into a man til he is
dead drunk." I definitely
would not qualify that as
pleasure.

I'd love to hear about your
summer vacation. Send items
to gabylee@aol.com or mail
them to The Courier, c/o Betty
Briggs, 101 N. Wheeler St.,
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MILESTONES

Futch 90th birthday
Florence Hamilton Futch
will celebrate her 90th
birthday Aug. 1 at Spring-
head Baptist Church, 3106
S. Wiggins Road. Relatives
and friends are invited.
The luncheon will take
place about noon in the
church's fel-
lowship hall,
imm e d i -
ately follow-
ing the
morning
worship L
service.
Bring a cov-
ered dish; Futch
no gifts are
necessary.
Springhead Baptist
Church has always held a
special place in Futch's life.
Her mother, Florence E.
-Hamilton, was invited by
Hattie Mae Davis to help
co-found a church in
Springhead in 1905. The
church has had four build-
ings, and Futch was
supportive of all endeavors.
Her late husband, the
Rev. Clyde Futch, was a
successful vegetable and
citrus grower before
becoming a minister in
1942. He died in 1994.
The Futches served at
Lord at Lake Bufum Baptist
Church, Fort Meade; First
Baptist Church of Alturas;
First Baptist Church of Par-
rish; Fort Green Baptist
Church; West Side Baptist
Church of Lakeland; and
Mount Tabor Baptist
Church, Galloway.
George Hamilton, Fut-
ch's grandfather, settled in
the Plant City area in 1844.
Futch was born and
raised on the original
homestead, and after mar-
rying, she and her husband
remained on a portion of
the homestead land. A large
number of Hamilton family
members continue to reside
on the property today.


COMMUNITY

ROUNDUP

'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.

Miss Florida Citrus
featured in documentary
Plant City's Nikki Upthe-
grove, 2004 Miss Florida
Citrus, is featured in a doc-
umentary currently airing
on the Food Network.
The documentary is an
installment of the networ-
k's "All-American Festivals"
series and visits the Citrus
Festival, held each January
in Winter Haven. Upthe-
grove is shown throughout
the show.
The next airing is slated
for Aug. 1 at 2:30 p.m. Other
air dates: www.foodtv.com.
Look for episode FE1E01.





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JULY 29,2004 THE COURIER 9


Photos courtesy Plant City Recreation and Parks Department
At left, members of the Plant City Pebbles 4-H Club gather round a 15-foot
tall live oak during a "celebration of life" tree dedication ceremony honor-
ing longtime recreation supervisor Barbara Goodwine at the Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Recreation Center on July 25. Goodwine, who served the
department for more than 30 years, was a strong supporter of the 4-H club,
which officially began just prior to her death in April and is based at the
center. Vice Mayor Mary Yvette Thomas-Mathis spoke to the group thanking
them for their dedication to the community and assured them that "Miss
Barbara" would be proud of their actions. Above, a close-up of the marker at
the base of the oak.


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Photo courtesy Amy Nizamoff


Photo courtesy Eileen Peters
Above, Reid Adams, left, Jarrett Joyner, Jake Kager and Ryan Peters, who
make up the 8 and under boys 100-yard freestyle relay team of Walden Lake
Swim Team, are shown at the Strawberry Invitational Swim Meet held July 11
in Lakeland, where Walden Lake placed ninth of 26 teams. At left, Tyler
Williams, proprietor of Plant City's Outback Steakhouse, hosted a luncheon
at the restaurant July 20 to thank more than 20 mentors who participate in
the Take Stock In Children program, as well as several others who volunteer
in schools or at the Boys and Girls Club. There also are 17 businesses
involved in the program.


WAR
Continued From Page 5


'The two rabbits have been
caught,'" she said. "'I shall
come by bus. Watch for me.'
And then click, that was it."
The call and the stress of her
Resistance involvement
became too much, and she
fainted. When she awoke, the
man of the house was looking
over her and asked who she
was. Giving up, she confessed
to him that she was a member
of the Resistance.
"Good," he said. "I am one
of the chiefs of the FFI [French
Forces of the Interior]."
Over the next few months,
Renee faced event after event,
some more. horrifying than
others. Once, while on a train,
she was cornered by two
German soldiers who intended
to rape her and then kill her.
She was able to jump from the
train and was taken in by


some members of the Resis-
tance. She was put in a room
next to some German soldiers,
and told to stay as quiet as she
could.
"I sat for hours, not moving
an eyelash," she said. "I lis-
tened to the Germans and
their plans. There was a lot of
information for the Resis-
tance. They got drunker and
drunker from the French wine
and finally conked out."
Renee took the information
back to the Resistance, and
was able to rejoin her family. It
seemed as if the war was never
going to end, despite a few
false alarms that it had been
over.
But that all changed on May
8,1945.
"I sat, as always, by my
radio, [and] I heard this most
beautiful voice at 3 p.m.,"


Renee said. "'Attention, atten-
tion! A special message,' and
there it was, the voice I shall
never forget."
Winston Churchill, the Brit-
ish prime minister, announced
that the war was over.
"I sat there by myself,"
Renee said. "I couldn't believe
it. There was no one to share
the good news with. The chil-
dren were in the school, the
servants in the fields. So I took
my bike and pedaled to the
village screaming all along the
way to the peasants, 'La guerre
est finie,' the war is over!"
But getting false hopes is all
that anyone in the town had,
and no one believed her. She
begged the church to ring its
bells to signal the end, but
they had been asked to ring
them before and later found
out that the war was in fact


still going on. But finally, the
news had come to the small
French town. The war was
over.
"I was the first one up to the
church steeple, and I hung on
that rope and went up and
down, and rang those bells,"
she said. "In a second, all the
villagers were there, laughing
and crying. The wine was
flowing ... people weredanc-
ing and celebrating and crying.
Everyone had lost a loved
one."
In 1995, Renee Fisher and
her husband, Buddy, were
invited back to that small town
to celebrate the 50th anniver-
sary of the war's end. Renee
was treated like returning roy-
alty, and she was asked to
once again climb up into the
church's bell tower to ring the
bells as she did a half century


earlier.
Renee found a new life in
Tampa. This is where she met
her husband, raised her
family, taught school, and
even promoted French culture
through a theater program.
Students at Plant High School
would learn from this woman,
many not knowing what she
had endured to get there. And
now she and her husband are
celebrating their golden years
at University Village.
"Wars become history only
after a certain time," Renee
said. "The sights and the sto-
ries and the memories pass to
those who want to know. The
scars are still .on buildings, on
monuments and especially on
people. World War II is not yet
history. For us, it is collective
memory."


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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Horer: S. Dover Rd & Douning St.
659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
lienn Chapel: 1109 E. laura St.
"52-. 389
Mount Olive: 1113I: Iailison SI
.Iount Ohire: Horton Rd.
"3"-2628
APOSTOLIC
Asamblea ..postollca:
1501 Colson Rd. "3"-3-96
Apostolic Church
ofJesus Christ:
1212 If. Rernolds, 4""-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant life: Pinecrest Rd.
lilhia. 685--4240
Belhany: 980-4 Harner Rd.
Thonolosassa. 986-51"'
Calrar' Fellowship:
1110 ,%. Gordon St. "52-5005
Dover First: SR 5"4 & Petlie Rd.
689-0343
Faith Temple: 1-- at
Hillsborough-Polk Countiy
Line, '52-0532
Faith Lighthouse:
3409 SR 39 N. 752-1885
first Plant City: .
Charlie Griffin Rd,
W of SR 39 S, 752-3351
FortAlafia: Comrner of South
Hwy. 39 & Swilley Rd, 737-4656
Kers'ille: SR 640. 73'"-803
Mount lion:
1-.4 at Thonotosassa Rd, '52-1611
Pleasant Grore:
Turkey (reek Rd. 73"-3529
Viclort Worship Center:
County line Rd. 754-6089
Srdney: Sydney Rd. 1/10 ml. E
of Sydney-Dover Rd. 659-0532
Turkey Creek:
Turkey Creek Rd. 75--53"2
BAPTIST
Ahara: Turkey Creek Rd,
N. of SR 60, "37-3739
Alafla Baptist:
222 Alafla Church Rd. 63-1-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd. '3"-3240
Berea: SR39 S. 737-1232
Bethany: Cork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel: 804 W. Renfro St.
'54-2239
Beulab: Allen & County line Rd.
Lilhia. J37-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd.
"52-2875
Burchbuood Temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 574, '52-3'82
Calvary Free Will:
3539 Trapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grore: E. Keysville Rd,
.'. '37-1234
Central of Lithia:
Pinecresl & Keysville Rd
'." Church on the Rock:
301 E. Alsobrook, 752-3740
Community, Christian:
1310 N. Shannon Ave. '54-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S, Pinecrest.
S 37-1211
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. 75-1-6661
First Baptist Church of
Midway: Midway Rd, 752-"209


first Baptist lithia:
Intersection of SR 39 &
l Ithia-Pinecrest Rd. "'3- 1121
First Plant C(itr:
503 ,%. Palmer, "52- 104
First lhonotosassa .Iissionarr:
.1I'lntosh Rd. 986--'56
Harmony Baptist (hurcdh:
6008 W. tights Griffin Rd.
986-'165
itopeuvell: SR 39 S. 3"'-3053
Knights: Paul Buciman Hi'y.
'52-49"2
lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd.
"52-2006
lone Oak: lone Oak Rd.
"5-.52"S
Mount Mforlah Freewill:
1Iarren &Jobison St. '5-i-#39"
Mount M.oriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd. "3"-1490
MJount Olire: 60 IU. Ball St.
"54-3834
Nen' Hope Freewuill
Baptist Church:
3101 Srdney Dover Rd.. Dover
.\eu .it. lion Freewuill:
3041 Daniels Rd.. "52-3985
.Vorthside:
1700 A. Franklin St, 752-2779
Oakwood: Airport Rd, 752-5499
Plant City Primitive:
509 N. Evers St, 754-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-2556
Shiloh: W. Terrace Dr, 754-7445
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road,
'54-48'9
St. luke Missionary:
108 5. larnell 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,
1'54-1616
Sydney: 1510 CreRd, 659-1502,
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church:
544-" S. Turkey Creek Rd,
73"-1224-
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Iestside: 2503 W GranfleldAve,
'52-1450
9 hitehursi Rd:
901 N. Ihilehurst Rd, 754-5405
CATHOLIC
St. Clement 1104 N. Alexander St,
"52-8251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd. 938 N. Wilder Rd,
'52-27'1
Cork: Cork Road, '52-1521
Laura St: 1310 F. Laura St.
752-2858
Springhead: Wiggins Rd,
754-1485
CHRISTIAN
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,
752-5385
CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian:
Mclntosb Rd, N of SR 574
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E. laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calvary Community:
5209 Smith-Ryals Rd
Dover: Downing St. 659-2900
Plant Citr: 2103 Mtudlake Rd.


"52-4591
lurke (reek: Turkey (reek Rd
at SR 60. "?3-1331
Thonotlosassa:
1-02 a. artlor Rd. 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
iAnderson Indi3na)
Kingsn'aY First: 2808 Kinsw'aY'
'.. Seffner. 65"'- 500
Plant Cit'r: race Felloinship
'13 .lsobrook St. 361-8190
First: A. Gordon and Baker SI,
'52-6438
Gospel Tabernacle:
Alien & Iauines St
EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 N. Career St.
"52-5061
HOLINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 It. Grant St.
Refuge (Church of Our lord:
'28 W. Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel tabernacle:
2311 Sanmnmods Rd. "54-3843
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, W of SR 39 N.
Revival Outreach Center:
225 N. Dover Rd, 681-2250
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:
3202 N. MarylandAve, 752-
3345
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church of esus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, 752-6364
LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd,
752-4622
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064
NAZARENE
Wagoner Memorial:
2402 Mud Lake Rd, '52-'863
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Calvary Chapel of Plant City:
2102 N. Park Rd, 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
W. McLin Ave.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 5Sammonds 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. IIillsborough .re.
754-26''4
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
(hristian life. Assembly:
3120 3. Miller Rd.. 65"--4802
living Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. Evers St. "59-0528
eun' Hope worship (enter:
803 U. ,Mahoner St. "5'-6123
Wei. life Temple Pentecostal
Church oJf God:
3301 Clemons Rd. '54-"088
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dorer: ,loore's lake &
Holiness Church Rd. 659-1301
Church of the living God:
1102 Trier St. "5i-5840
PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant CiT':
11 t (harlie Griffin lRd, '59-9383
First Presbyterian Plant Cilr:
404- :. Reynolds St. '52-4211
SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk uilth God Mlinistry:
15140 SR 5"-, Dover. 659-0930
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant (ilfr: 2203 Strawberry Dr.
'52-4694
SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W.Johnson Rd,
754-5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.,
Valrico, 685-0998
UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 I1 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,
"'54-2441
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman
Rd. "52-5751
St. Luke: 809 E. laura St,
'5"-6051
Thonotosassa: Fort King Huty
at Mistletoe Dr. 986-7135
Trinity Plant City: 402 .:
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
(Oh 1.4. Exi 21 South) .IUlW
(813,752-8251

St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(8131754-1237 or (813)478-1185


First United
Methodist
Church of
Plant City
303 N. Ever. Street
Downtown Plant City
I, rwm Cith HaLi paiki loit
75-- 3519
NEW HOURS
8:00 am Chapel Communion
Service
9:00 am Contemporary Worship
In The Wesley Center
10:00 am Sunday School
(Children- Adult)
11 00 am Traditional Worship In
The Sanctuary
1 south Fellowship
Sunday, & Wednesda\
Evenings
Dr. Alan L. Beaver
Senior Pastor


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WORSHIP


OFFERINGS


Gospel sing
Springhead United Meth-
odist Church, 2305 Sparkman
Road, will host an "Old Timey
Gospel Sing" featuring church
talent July 31 at 6:30 p.m.
There will be performances
by Mildred Humphrey,
Donna McDonald, Callie and
Memory Rawls, Nash Berger-
man, Jean Burtz and friends,
Crystal Leitch, Chastity
Rademacher, Kathleen
McCullough, the Garcia
Family, Ann Harnage and
more.
Call: 752- 5751.

Back-to-school party
First Baptist Church of
Pleasant Grove, 7725 S.
Turkey Creek Road in Durant,
plans a "back-to-school"
party for children ages 4 to 11
Aug. 14 from 3 to 5 p.m. There
will be games, prizes, food, a
special story and more.
Call: 737-2556.

Gospel sing
Church of God of Prophesy,
11607 Grovewood in Thono-
tosassa, will host a gospel sing
featuring The Bradys from
Georgia, the Spiritual Servants
and others Aug. 7 at 7 p.m.
Refreshments will be
offered.
Call: Dee Pitts, 752-2778.

Lord of Life events
Lord of Life Lutheran
Church, 2104 Mud Lake Road
offers the following events in


August:
+ Summer worship sched-
ule: Aug. 1, Aug. 8, Aug. 22 and
Aug. 29, adult education hour
at 8:30 a.m., traditional service
at 9:30; Aug. 15, adult
education hour at 8:30 a.m.,
monthly contemporary wor-
ship service at 9:30.
Lord of Life's vacation
Bible school will take place
Aug. 21 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The theme will be "Treasure
-Island: Quest for the King's
Ransom." Registration dead-
line is Aug. 15.
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. All youngsters in grades six
to 12 are invited.
Call: Nancy, 754-9289.

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

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


DEATHS


Burnett
Noah C. Burnett Sr., 87, of Plant City died
July 15.
He was born in Alachua and moved here
from Tampa in 1971.
He was a pipe fitter and a member of Local
123 in Tampa.
He is survived by a son, James of Plant City;
two daughters, Edna Skeens of Plant City and
Janie P. Birdwell of Nashville, Tenn.; two sis-
ters, Virginia Sommers of Winter Haven and
Evelyn Leflter of Orlando; six grandchildren;
and a great-grandchild.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Boyd
Anastasia Nichole 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 Kissim-
mee; a sister, Tara of Plant City; and maternal
grandparents Angus and Jewell Grace, and
Huey and Marie McDonald.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Childers
Kelly E. "Gene" Childers, 70, of Plant City
died July 16.
He was a lifelong resident of Plant City and
owner of Gene Childers Specialty Advertising.
He was a deacon at Baycei Baptist Church of
Tampa.
He is survived by his wife, Nancy; three sons,
Kelly of Plant City, Scott Le Tourneau of Tampa
and Terry Hall of Tennessee; four daughters,
Linda A. Perez of Tampa, Wendy Kirk and
Shannon Brady, both of Tampa, and Linda
Perez of Tennessee; a sister, Norma Brown of
Dover; eight grandchildren; and a great-grand-
child.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.


Cole
Linda F. Cole, 52, of Blairsville, Ga., formerly
of Plant City, died July 16.
She is survived by her husband, Ed; a son,
Richard D. Bargeron of Dover; a daughter,
Trina Wyatt of Blairsville, Ga.; a stepson, David;
a stepdaughter, Carrie Kubic; and seven grand-
children.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Hutchinson
Donald R. Hutchinson, 76, of Plant City died
July 17.
He was born in Mulberry and was a lifelong
resident of Plant City.
He was a U.S. Air Force veteran of the Korean
and Vietnam wars, was an aircraft mechanic
and attended Eastside Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife, Reba; a son, Dan of
Plant City; a brother, John of Plant City; and a
sister, Louise Bell of Waupaca, Wis.
Haught Funeral Home.

Mitchell
William E. Mitchell, 83, of Plant City died July
18.
He was born in Mount Pleasant, Pa., and
moved here from Pennsylvania 19 years ago..
He retired as a captain in the U.S. Air Force in
1964.
He is survived by a son, Roger of Plant City; a
daughter, Anita Bills; 10 grandchildren; and 10
great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Mraz
Julianna M. Mraz, 76, of Plant City died July
16.
She was born in Karcag, Hungary, and was a
registered nurse.
She is survived by two sons, Joseph Jr. and
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Durant Says Good-Bye To Third Principal


PEREZ PROMISES TO
STAY A COUGAR
By LINDA CHION KENNEY
Ichion@mediageneral.com
Durant is losing its third
principal, but not the heart of
the man who filled the spot.
Jose "Joe" Perez is now the
district's personnel services
manager, but he wants his
community to remember one
thing: "I'm still a Cougar, don't
forget that."
Perez spoke last week,
before the School Board
named his replacement.
Schools Superintendent Earl
Lennard was to make his rec-
ommendation at the July 27
board meeting, after The Cou-
rier's Tuesday afternoon
deadline.
"We'll be replacing two very
beloved principals, but the
good thing about those
schools is they have a good
core of teachers and staff who
will carry on. They'll both get
great principals," Lennard
said in reference to Durant
and Bevis Elementary School,
whose charter principal,
Beverly Carbaugh, was named
to replace Tom Stewart at
Tomlin Middle School. "I
consider the appointment of
principals and other person-
nel the most important thing
the superintendent does."
As personnel services
manager, Perez will be train-
ing principals and helping
them hire and retain their


PARKWAY
Continued From Page 4
Chiaramonte said the city
actually had some "luxury" in
that very few parcels are five
acres or larger, which is con-
sidered a comfortable size
when planning mixed-use
development.
Commissioner Rick Lott
questioned whether civic
buildings such as churches
and libraries should be obli-
gated to develop on a mixed-
use parcel and suggested


LINDA CHION KENNEY/Staff photo
From left, Tyvan Lindbeck meets with Joe Perez, Pam Bowden
and David New at Newsome High School last week. New, the
former head football coach at Durant, is Newsome's assistant
principal for student affairs. Lindbeck, who worked with Perez
at Durant as an assistant principal, is Newsome's assistant
principal for administration. Pam Bowden is an assistant
principal at Durant, and said her school will miss Perez, who left
this summer to become the district's personnel services


manager.

staffs. "This is an opportunity I
think will benefit my family
and myself," said Perez, who
served also as principal of
McLane Middle School and
charter principal for Rodgers
Middle School. "I felt it was


looking into exempting
churches. And Lott had one
very big question: is New
Urbanism sellable to residents
and businesses?
Yes, Chiaramonte answered.
He acknowledged that a more
realistic vision for the area is a
more suburban one, with
mainly commercial develop-
ment and some residential
enclaves. He said the business
community has already


the right time to make this
change."
And he isn't worried about
the future of Durant, which
emerged from a bitter bound-
ary fight with the inaugural
opening last year of Newsome


latched on to the idea in other
places, and that residential
and commercial developers
are teaming up to work
together on such plans
because they realize it is a big
part of the future of develop-
ment.
"I believe that if this is done
right, it would become
desirable and people would
want to invest in it," he said.
Commissioners agreed that


whatever happens there, the
city would set strong design
guidelines and would likely
retain architectural control.
The commission asked city
staff and members of the plan-
ning commission to come up
with a preliminary plan and
accompanying guidelines for
the city's review, focusing
especially on a plan to manage
access to the development


High School.
"We have a core of about 60
teachers and staff who have
been at Durant for the entire
decade," Perez said. "We feel
it's a school teachers want to
be at and a school students
want to be at. As long as the
focus always is on students,
which has been a trademark
Durant has been known for, it
absolutely will be a great
school. That's the foundation
that was laid by Ron Frost and
carried over by Sherrie Sikes.
All I tried to do was maintain
that tradition."
Frost, the school's charter
principal, died of cancer and
was replaced by Sikes, who
now is the general director for
the district's Area 5 schools.
Perez spent five of his 27
years in education at Durant.
"It's been the most nurtur-
ing and caring staff of teachers
I've been associated with in 27
years," Perez said. "Usually,
it's the elementary schools
that have the reputation of
being nurturing and caring.
People perceive high schools
to be mini-colleges, a more
calculating environment,.
where students are responsi-
ble for all their activities. We
do hold students responsible,
but students at Durant per-
ceive teachers are there for
them. There always is a person
they can talk to, which is
important, because kids today
have so many more issues in
their lives than generally you
and I had when we grew up."
Perez could not stress


along the stretch of the park-
way.
That plan would be officially
submitted in November, offi-
cials said, though the commis-
sion asked that something at
least preliminary comes
sooner to speed the process
along.
"We're past the time that we
need to get this in place,"
Sparkman said.


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enough the character of his
staff and teachers.
"What you see at Durant is a
group of people who truly love
working with adolescents," he
said. "And this is a community
that truly wants the very best
for their children and they
hold education up to a higher
standard and hold schools
accountable their actions. If
you don't take a look at the
role the parents and the com-
munity play, then you're miss-
ing a very important quality of
Durant."
Excited about his future,
Perez nevertheless is going to
miss his past, if not the endless
hours he spent at Durant both
during and after the school
day.
"You know the kids want to
see their principal," he said.
"You make an appearance at
their activities and they
remember it. It's just like they
want their parents to be there,
and that's a very special feel-
ing. I'm going to miss that. As
a principal, those 2,500 kids
become your children. And
that's a lot of kids to be a
parent to."
Perez, of course, has some-
thing in his favor: He's not
really leaving Durant.
"My first son was at the
school 10 years ago, so I've
been at Durant since it
opened, and my daughter's
going to be a junior there, so
I'm looking forward to being
at Durant for the next two
years," Perez said. "I'm still a
Cougar, don't forget that."


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SCHOOL
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School of Technology struck Cheryl
Boddie right away.
"I greet them in the morning as they
come into the building and they're
excited to be coming to school,"
Boddie said. "It's always, 'Good morn-
ing, Miss Boddie.'"
Boddie took over for Durant in Feb-
ruary, coming from the assistant
principal spot at Turkey Creek Middle
School.
She said she realized as a young stu-
dent that she would one day head a
class and perhaps even a school.
"I had a phenomenal kindergarten
teacher," she said. "From that day I've
known. I've had some wonderful edu-
cators in my life who have instilled
some wonderful values in me."
She earned her bachelor's degree in
elementary education and exceptional
education from Dillard University in
New Orleans and a master's in educa-
tional leadership from Florida A&M
University.
Boddie took her first teaching job as
an ESE teacher at J.S. Robinson Ele-
mentary, then in 1982 took a similar
post at Plant City High, where she
stayed for 10 years. From there she
moved to Tampa's Velasco Student
Training Center, helping exceptional
students in the East Hillsborough
transition into life after high school.
After a five-year stint as assistant
principal at Tomlin Middle, she took
over the AP post at Turkey Creek in
2000.
She gained much from each post
and the principals under which she
served: "I was like a sponge. I was able
to get something from all of them," she
said.
It will come in handy at Lincoln, she
said, where the dedication of students,
parents and staff to the school's tech-
nology curriculum shines through year
after year with an A grade in the state's
A Plus plan.
"I want to continue to be a catalyst
in that and continue high expectations
here," Boddie said.
She has dedicated herself to making
sure Lincoln stays cutting edge.
"Technology is changing as we
speak and keeping up with that
requires research of what's out there,"
she said, adding that she hopes to help
continue the school's tradition of
/securing grants to fund that technol-
ogy.
She said loves the school's the diver-
sity.
"These are the (students') formative
years, and having kids from different
socioeconomic and cultural back-
grounds working together to solve
problems is exciting," she said.

Caracciola feels fortunate at Trapnell
In 1962, Marie Caracciola's "Nanna"
gave her a painting of a cute kitten


TONY MARRERO/Staff photos
Lincoln Elementary principal'Cheryl Boddie says she wants to continue to set high expectations for Lincoln students,
including Spencer VandeSande, a fifth grader at the school.


"student" holding a bouquet of flowers
and a spelling book. The title: "Flowers
for Teacher."
"I wanted to teach from the time I
was a little girl," Caracciola said.
She met, then surpassed, that goal.
Now that painting hangs on her new
office in Trapnell Elementary.
Born in Weymouth, Mass., Carac-
ciola earned her undergraduate degree
in elementary education from Bridge-
water State College, the first teaching
college in the country.
She got her first teaching job in Wey-
mouth and spent the first 10 years of
her career in Massachusetts and Penn-
sylvania schools. She moved to Florida
in 1987 and took a job at Gibsonton
Elementary, then spent eight years at
Brandon's Mintz Elementary, where
she taught English as a second lan-
guage and worked with exceptional
students.
She earned her master's degree in
educational leadership from the Uni-
versity of South Florida, took the AP
post at Pinecrest Elementary in 1999
and was appointed to Trapnell in April.
She lives in Bloomingdale with her
husband, Paul, and two children.
Caracciola said she was excited to
stay in the Plant City area, and that
Trapnell is similar to Pinecrest in its


Trapnell Elementary School Principal Marie Caracciola, shown with students
Trent Johnson, Cassidy Sorrells and Rachel Sine, said she fell in love with Trapnel-
I's intimate atmosphere.


Jackson Elementary principal
MaryAnn Keene, with Hunter Blanton
and James Roberts, said she already
feels at home in the Jackson family.

size and feel. Both schools are smaller
- Trapnell has roughly 620 students -
and have high migrant populations.
When she first arrived on campus,
she said she kept looking for "more
buildings" and was surprised to find
out just how intimate it was.
"I feel philosophically that this
school is an ideal size for an elemen-
tary school," she said.
Having many migrant students can
present challenges, Caracciola admits,
but added that her staff, students and
parents are ready for it.
"There is a lot of parental support,
wonderful children and great teach-
ers," she said.
Spanish-speaking staff members
assist children struggling with their
new language and help communicate
with parents, and teachers are encour-
aged to continue their education and
training, Caracciola said.
Parents take an active role, too, she
said. "They want their children to
learn."
"I feel very fortunate to be here," she
said.

Keene leads Jackson's "family"
As a teen, MaryAnn Keene love
working with children during Sunday
school so much. By her 20s, she knew
she wanted to become a teacher.
She didn't, however, imagine herself
leading a school
"That dream came later," Keene
said.
Now she heads one of Plant City's


most tight-knit schools, taking over at
Jackson Elementary in April.
Born and raised in Tampa, Keene
earned her undergraduate degree in
education from the University of South
Florida, and stayed there to earn her
master's in educational leadership.
She took her first job as a temporary
teacher at Buckhorn Elementary. She
then taught at Lincoln back when, it
was a sixth-grade center and served a
five-year stint teaching first grade at
Mango Elementary.
She worked as a teacher on special
assignment in language arts, providing
training, curriculum development and
other support to teachers in schools
around the county. She took the AP job
at Lithia Springs Elementary in 1996
and stayed there for eight years.
She lives with her husband, Joseph,
in Seffner. They have two children.
It was a tough decision to leave, for
both principal and students. Each
grade level at Lithia Pinecrest sent her
a bouquet of flowers each week after
her departure.
But she arrived at Jackson to find
similarities in both the familial atmos-
phere and the approach to teaching.
"It's hard being the new guy, but
they just opened their arms. The fac-
ulty went out of their way to help me
learn about the school," she said.
Jackson does have a higher number
of poor students, with more than 60
percent on free and reduced lunch. But
with the parental involvement and
teacher dedication, it's no wonder
Jackson is a top performer, Keene said.
The school earned an A in 2003 and
2004.
"They try to do things that make
learning fun for students," she contin-
ued. "I can see where they've been
challenging students. I just want to
continue that."
Not long after she arrived, a student
named Ariel would bring her a flower
every day. Keene usually pinned it to
her lapel.
"I know this is the place I'm sup-
posed to be," she said.

Carbaugh sports Tomlin Tiger stripes
As difficult as it was to leave Bevis
Elementary, where she showed up on
horseback on the first day of school
each year in honor of the school's
mascot, the Broncos, Beverly Car-
See SCHOOL, Page 18






14 THE COURIER JULY 29.2004


The city plans to surface about
eight miles of city roads. Here's a run-
down:
East Alabama Street Park Road
to South Collins Street
Gordon Street East Alabama
Street to Tennessee Street
Short Street East Alabama Street
to Spring Street
Lincoln Street Tennessee Street
to East Alabama Street
Louisiana Street Maryland Ave-
nue to Gordon Street
Tennessee Street Gordon Street


to South Marshall Street
South Marshall Street Tennessee
Street to Louisiana Street
Bethune Drive Wiggins Court to
East Alabama Street
Charter Court Bethune Drive to
dead end
Charlow Court Bethune Drive to
dead end
Wilkins Avenue Bethune Drive
to Alsobrook Street
*Wilkins Court -Wilkins Avenue to
dead end
Bond Street Wilkins Avenue to


Roads: Smoothing It Over


ParkRoad
Wiggins Court East Alabama
Street to dead end
.South Morgan Street East Also-
brook Street to East Alabama Street
Old Sydney Road Airport Road to
Sydney Road
*West Ball Street Alexander Street
to South Collins Street
Grant Street Alexander Street to
South Collins Street
East Langford Drive Morrell
Drive to lim Redman Parkway
Langford Circle East Langford
Drive to East Langford Drive
East Morrell Drive East Langford
Drive to Jim Redman Parkway
Meridith Place East Langford
Drive to East Morrell Drive


MOODY


Continued From Page 3
Having worked in the state larly by his students at the had a problem, he would talk and direction we were able to
offices in Lakeland for almost club." to you, and always make you do a lot more at this club."
a decade, and dealing exclu- Club members echo smile." Joyce Mozzicato is pleased
sively with Polk County resi- Moody's sentiments. Dixon said the club will with Moody's appointment.
dents, Moody said she was Willie Knighten, a 10-year- continue to help the children "Sharon was a good choice to
pleased to take a meaningful old going into the fifth grade at become productive young replace John," she said. 'The
position in her home commu- Plant City Exceptional Center men and women. children know her. She has
nity. next month, was a big Griffin "The club lets you go on been a part of the club's devel-
"I called Nadine (Griffin's fan. field trips and things. And Mr. opment for years."
widow): first when I accepted "I liked him a lot," he said. and Mrs. (John and Joyce) John Mozzicato agreed.
the director's job," Moody "He was a good person. Mrs. Mozzicato teach us. how to 'Every Thanksgiving Sharon
said. "She told me that John Moody is a wonderful person, learn and how to do better in would take her own money
would be very proud. She was too. I remember her helping school," she said. and givethe children in the
excited for me and pleased the club at Thanksgiving time, The Mozzicatos have volun- club a wonderful dinner "' he
that I took the position." helping with the food." teered at the club for several said. "She never looked for
Moody said she was still in Miracle Dixon, 13, is a niece years, tutoring the children in recognition and still doesn't,
shock over Griffin's death, to Griffin. She will enter the specific subjects, and teaching but she deserves it."
"I had just talked with John eighth grade at Marshall them general learning skills. but she eserves
the day before he died. We Middle School next week. "John Griffin was a special Prevention skills are, an
discussed some computer "The Boys & Girls Club is person," Joyce Mozzicato said. important part of the club's
problems at the club and the fun," Dixon said. "I remember "John put his heart and soul curriculum. Michael Childs
next day he was gone. It was when my uncle worked at the into that club. His leadership has been the club's prevention
devastating to me, and to a lot club on the east side. He swa was not only a positive specialist since 2001.
of people. He was loved and always kind and caring. He influence on the children, he "We will all miss John,"
appreciated by many people cared about all the children. If inspired adults in the commu- Childs said. "But we have to
in this community. Particu- someone was feeling bacd, or nity as well. With John's help continue our mission. This,


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Maxwell that as an individual he could support
negotiations to sell excess city water to Tampa
Bay Water. The sale would depend on two main
points. The sale would not continue when the
growth of Plant City prohibited such a sale. And
that Tampa Bay Water could only acquire water
from MasterTaste (Crystals) through the city
under arrangements that protect the city's
future needs for ground water.
Sollenberger's report to commissioners
stated he informed Maxwell that should Tampa
Bay Water be interested in negotiating on that
basis, a written request would be necessary for
authorization to negotiate.
A letter from Maxwell to Sollenberger dated
May 24 states that Tampa Bay Water staff for-
mally requested that the city commission
authorize city "staff to enter into negotiations
for the sale to Tampa Bay Water of water that is
available to the city." -


The letter did not mention MasterTaste or its
water.
Mayor Mike Sparkman said the approval of
the commissioners provides assurance that the
city is open to negotiations.
No date has been set for the discussions.
In other action, commissioners:
*Approved a $2,360.89 lien against the
property at 904 W. Ball St. to cover the expense
of demolition and removal of a condemned
property.
Approved a resolution adopting a proposed
millage of 4.7 mills, the same rate used by the
city for the last 12 years. One mill raises $1 in
taxes for each $1,000 in a property's assessed
value.
Affirmed the demolition and removal of a
structure at 909 W. Warren St. if the condemned
structure is not removed by the owner within
30 days.
Continued a public hearing until Oct. 25
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students will be taken weekdays from 8 a.m. to
noon.
Call: 757-9442.

Book discussion
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St.,
will hold a book discussion of Charles Frazier's
"Cold Mountain" Aug. 3 at 11 a.m. Copies of the
book are available at the library.
Call: 757-9215.

PLAN AHEAD

Bike Fest
The Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce 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 Aug. 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 Classic 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.)y7.
Call: 752-1275.

City commission
The Plant City City Commission meets the
second and fourth Mondays of the month at 7:
30 p.m. in the Nettie Mae Draughon Audito-
rium at city hall, 302 W. Reynolds St.
The next meeting will be Aug. 9.

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 Townsgate Court. Tickets are $20 each


and can be purchased at Dunn Chiropractic.
Call: Mary, 759-0946, or April, 659-0559.

Singles' Night Out
First Baptist Church of Plant City invites all
singles to a Singles' Night Out Aug. 14 at 7 p.m.
at The Singles' Building, 103 E. Baker St.
Meetings, which are offered the second Sat-
urday of every month, consist of a guest
speaker, live Christian music, coffee bar, door
prizes, fellowship and more.
Child care, by reservation, is free.
Call: 752-4104.

Antiques street fair
The Greater Plant City Chamber of Commer-
ce's antique street fair will be Aug. 14 from 7
a.m. to noon in McCall Park.
The fair is offered the second Saturday of
every month and includes arts and crafts.

Business start-up seminar
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St.,
will hold a seminar, "Business KIT (Know It
Today)," Aug. 16 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The
seminar offers guidance to plan a business
start-up, including tips on business taxes,
planning, marketing and finance.
Call: 757-9215

Car show
The Plant City Chamber of Commerce hosts
the Strawberry Classic Car Show in downtown
near McCall Park on the third Saturday of every
month from 4 to 9 p.m.
The next show will be Aug. 21.

Dinner honors community leader
A dinner honoring Betty Chambers to bene-
fit the Plant City Family YMCA will be held Aug.
24 at 6:30 p.m. at the Ramada Inn Plantation
House, 2011 N. Wheeler St.
The cost is $75 per person or $1,000 per
corporate table of eight.
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MAUL
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critical mass, and built the kind of momentum
that took an entire continent headlong into
the Holocaust.
Freedom of thinking, it turns out, went first
for the Gentile, not the Jew. This dark achieve-
ment made possible by people themselves as
they walked away from critical thought,
intelligent debate, political opposition,
minority opinion, public disagreement,
protest and the free exchange of ideas all
these had to be willfully discarded in order for
the Nazis to have their way.
I wondered as I read accounts of thirst,
filth, starvation, beatings and summary
executions in the ghettos how willing I would
be to speak if a gang of Brownshirts marched
by on their way to trash my neighbor's house.
I wondered, as we made our way past the
exhibit that showed naked throngs herded into
gas chambers, if I am as vested in life, liberty
and the pursuit of happiness as I imagine, or if
I am merely buoyed along by the good life we
all enjoy.
I wondered, as I looked at photographs of
Jewish children, rounded up and butchered
(about one million younger than the age of
15), if I value what we have in America enough
to die in their place if it came to that.
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erwhelming brutality of baugh is happy to trade in the
bronco for Tomlin Middle
hen I read grumblings of School's tiger.
today, and the poisonous Just don't expect her to
lare to even hint at show up riding a large striped
y rationale could excuse feline come Aug. 6, she said
gle victim, with a laugh earlier this week
a story about the heart of as she took a break from the
action, the nation where frenzied pace of preparation
is invented, where the before the first day.
as born, where composers Carbaugh, a native of West
3ach wrote music that Virginia, said she has always
iis was no distant past. It been a teacher. She recalls a
present. time in elementary school
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remains seared in my needed to chat with Carbaug-
e barracks dedicated to h's mother.
s, at Buchenwald, on Feb. "You need to tell Beverly
that I don't need help teaching
II of Remembrance class," the teacher advised.
ing quote: "Only guard Carbaugh earned her
our soul carefully, lest you undergraduate degree in ele-
r eyes saw, and lest these mentary education from the
heart all the days of your University of Arizona. Her
ake them known to your husband Jerry's Air Force
r children's children." career brought them to Flor-
ida in 1988 and Carbaugh
earned both her master's and
writer who lives in Valrico. doctorate in educational lead-
rk at DerekMaul.com or ership from USF.
all@aol.com. She began her own career
here in Plant City, teaching
math at the former Burney
Simmons Sixth-Grade Center.
She served for six years as
assistant principal at Walden
Lake Elementary, then took
the top spot at Mintz Elemen-
tary in 1997. After three years
there, she was tapped to open
S- Bevis.
They live in Plant City and
"" have two grown children; her
son Chris teaches at Plant City
S High School.
- Tomlin, at 1,550 students, is
-" a large school and people
S_ asked Carbaugh if she was
-" "- worried about leading a school
that size. But Mintz had more
Prvide-r" than 1,300 when she left; Bevis
SrovidU ers had more than 1,100.
"I have experience at large
S-" --" schools," she said.
* .. -- As well, it just seemed time
"- to bring her career, geographi-
cally speaking, full circle.
"This is my community. I
- couldn't wait to come back
and work with my neighbors'
children," she said.
She said she is exited to con-
e * e e tinue Tomlin's tradition of
excellence. The school is one
of only a handful of four-time
A schools in the district.
"My vision for Tomlin is
that it is a top performing
school, period," she said.
U.S. Air Force, was past She also plans to highlight
Veterans of Foreign Wars Tomlin's history the school,
district commander of Dis- the former home of Plant City
gh County. High School, turns 70 this year
his wife of 41 years, Julia; a and to celebrate the occasion
ca, N.Y.; two brothers, Jess with special activities. And
aond of New Jersey; four she will be asking the commu-
orgia and Pearl, Rose and nity for help in that endeavor.
y; and two grandchildren. "So stay tuned. It's going to
mineral Home. be an exciting year," she said.


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time, back when now-former
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tains and Stephens took up
the charge last month.
"I have lots of ideas that I
think will help get us rolling,"
she said.
Stephens was born and
raised in Louisiana and earned
both her undergraduate in
elementary education and
graduate degree from Loyola
University in Chicago. She
worked for six years at an ele-
mentary school in New Jersey
before moving to Florida in
1991, when she taught at
Temple Terrace Elementary.
She worked at Mintz Ele-
mentary before taking a
position as a resource teacher,
supporting writing in schools
from midtown Tampa to east-
ern Hillsborough.
She was tapped for the AP
position at Springhead Ele-
mentary in 2001.
"I think the kids here are
similar to our babies at Spring-
head," she said.
Stephens said she was picky
in hiring additional teachers
to add to Burney's staff made
up of what she called "won-
derful teachers."
Burney earned a C in 2004,
the first year its scores were
officially counted in the A Plus
plan.
"We have a long way to go
with our scores," Stephens
said. "We're shooting for
higher next year and we've
been working on that since
day one."
Stephens said the same
strategies that helped Spring-
head excel despite a high
migrant population will help
Burney, such as providing
plentiful tutoring options
before, during and after
school.
Three afternoons a week,
students who are struggling
will get more help, and stu-
dents who are excelling can
stay for more challenges and
hands-on enrichment activi-
ties.
Teachers will be encour-
aged to work together to meet
goals, something she said she
expects to come easily at a
school with such a close fac-
ulty.
And somewhere in the
mountains, McMillan might
be able to pick up on Ste-
phens' excitement about the
beauty of the campus he
helped create and its unique
blend of old charm and new
technology.
"I feel like I've died and
gone to heaven," she said. "I
can hardly wait for the kids to
come."


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STATE CHAMPIONS


Photo courtesy Andy Knotts
The Plant City Little League 9-10 All-Star softball team beat Palma Ceia in the state tournament final Monday in Melbourne. The all-stars are
Ally Goodrich, Regan Knotts, Emily Godheim, morgan Gmytruk, Stefone Nelson, Kayla Chandler, Ceci Fussell, Maria Garcia, Kristen Wyckoff,
Virginia Bochy and Makensie McAvoy. They are coached by Andy Knotts, Ken Gmytruk and Clay Wyckoff.


Plant City9-10 All-Star Softball Squad Captures State Championship


By DAREKSHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Really, beating Bloomingdale to win
the sectional championship was
plenty of an accomplishment. Anyth-
ing on top of that was going to be con-
sidered icing on the cake for the Plant
City 9-10 Little League softball all-star
team. Consider what took place
Monday, then, a jar of icing as big as
the state of Florida.
Plant City is the state champion.
Led by a dominating pitching staff,
Plant City won the state tournament in
Melbourne, beating Palma Ceia, 2-1,
in the finals on Monday. Regan Knotts
threw a two-hitter as Plant City
marched through the tournament
with a 4-0 record, only giving up the
one run in the title game.
"I just couldn't imagine this, how
awesome these little girls would come


through," said Plant City coach Andy
Knotts.
There is no World Series held for the
9- and 10-year-old softball players,
which means Plant City climbed as far
as it could go on the Little League soft-
ball ladder. It is Plant City Little
League's first 9-10 state softball
crown.
Three years ago, Plant City reached
the state finals but finished second to
Eau Gallie, which was the home team
for the state tournament this time
around. In fact, Plant City faced Eau
Gallie to open pool play Saturday.
Before the girls got to state, though,
they had to beat Bloomingdale at the
Section 4 tournament. That was not
going to be an easy task, then, due to
heavy rains last week, there was a
question as to whether the games
would get played at all.
Though Plant City was the host site


for the Section 4 tournament, after
three days of rainouts at Mike Sansone
Park the games were switched to the
North Lakeland Little League
complex.
Last Wednesday, Plant City was able
to win the sectional by beating Bloo-
mingdale, 3-2. In a dramatic finish,
Kristen Wyckoff scored with two outs
in the bottom of the sixth inning. Ceci
Fussell hit a ground ball that Bloo-
mingdale could have thrown to first
but instead chose to go home with,
and Wycoff used her terrific speed to
score the game-ending run.
"Our goal from day one was to get by
Bloomingdale," Knotts said. "Once we
got past them, the pressure was kind of
off us and we just played to have fun.
That's basically what we did in Mel-
bourne."
It wasn't so fun at first trying to
figure out a strategy for the state tour-


nament. First, the team needed dona-
tions from the community to be able
to afford the trip. Once that was out of
the way, coaches had to try and get
some information on their opponents.
Plant City toughest competition in
the four-team south bracket was the
team it played first, Eau Gallie, but
Knotts did not know this until a half-
hour or so before the team's tourna-
ment opener Saturday morning.
"All we knew before we got there
was what sections the teams were
from," he said. "We didn't know the
names of teams, so we had to warm up
every pitcher we have. About 20 min-
utes before the game, after I found out
it was Eau Gallie, I told Regan to get
ready."
The staff ace was more than ready,
mowing down the home team in a
one-hit performance. She struck out
See CHAMPS, Page 20


SPORTS BRIEFS


Plant City High
athletics meeting
Plant City High School will
hold a fall sports orientation
meeting Aug. 3 at 7 p.m. Stu-
dents who wish to participate
in football, volleyball, golf,
cross country, swimming and
cheerleading should attend
the meeting.
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 auditorium.
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 Saturdays.
Call: Mark Jordan, 759-6497
or (863) 661-4047.

SOFTBALL
Umpires needed
The Plant City Parks and


Recreation Department seeks
umpires from all areas to work
in its recreational softball
leagues.
Call: Roy, 671-4605 or 659-
4200, Ext. 4302.

Umpire clinic
A free ASA softball umpiring
clinic will be held at the Plant
City Stadium July 31 at 9 a.m.
The session will last until
about 4 p.m.
Call: Rocky Ellingsworth,
658-4200, Ext. 4302.


SOCCER
Lancers U-12 fundraiser
The Plant City Lancers U-12
soccer team will hold a fund-
raiser, Lancer's Beach Party,
Aug. 21 at 7:30 p.m.
The event will raise money
to help the Lancers pay for
uniforms and fees. Cost is $35
advance; $40 at door. Music,
food, dancing and an open bar
at the event on Armory/
Airport Road.
Call: Chris Black, 299-2449.









Former Pro Slides Into Raider Coaching Slot CHAMPS


KEN WHITE TAKES

BASEBALL HELM
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
For all the years he worked
to try and make it through the
professional baseball ranks,
Kenny White's decision to end
that career came pretty swiftly.
But he doesn't have time to
think about that right now.
White is too busy getting
ready to coach the Plant City
High baseball team. He was
named to the head coaching
position last week, completing
a major reshuffling of the
school's coaching staff this
summer.
"I will definitely miss play-
ing," White said. "But I haven't
had much time to dwell on it
yet."
The Chamberlain grad
helped the Chiefs as an assis-
tant coach last year while
trying to continue his playing
dream. After two years in the
Baltimore Orioles organization
he was released, then moved
around from the Canadian
Baseball League to the North-
ern League in 2003.
White was traded from the


Northern League's Sioux City
franchise to the Gary (Ind.)
SouthShore RailCats to start
this season. His coach was
former major-leaguer Gary
Templeton.
"I told him during our all-
star break that I'd be inter-
viewing for a job, and that was
last Sunday," White said. "On
Tuesday I had the job."
That whirlwind nature
should be part of White's rou-
tine for at least a little while.
He has never taught school
before, but will be teaching
social studies at Plant City. In
November, White will be get-
ting married to Jaimie Kachele,
who attended Chamberlain
with White.
After graduating high school
in 1997, White went to Hills-
borough Community College
for two years, then to the Uni-
versity of Tampa. The Orioles
signed him and he was good
enough to make the rookie
league all-star game.
But White injured his shoul-
der in 2002 and needed sur-
gery, missing the bulk of the
season and precipitating his
release by the team.
He then hooked on with the
Canadian league, playing in
Saskatchewan before latching


on in Sioux City for the final
month of the 2003 season
because the Canadian league
folded. It was not a complete
waste of time, as not only did
he again play well enough to
earn all-star status, he got to
travel.
"Most of these professional
leagues here, you're confined
to a small area, maybe a few
states," White said. "But we
got to travel the whole coun-
try. Got to see Victoria (British
Columbia) and Montreal, and
I got to play.everywhere on the
field, too, mostly shortstop."
Along with Templeton,
White was coached by another
ex-big leaguer, Ron LeFlore.
"You can't help but learn
something from those two
guys," White said.
While admitting he is not
too familiar with the Raiders
roster, White knows one thing:
he doesn't plan on taking a
rebuilding stance.
"Oh, I want to win now. You
always worry about results,"
he said. "I've been told I've got
a good group coming back."
White replaces Robbie
Harris, who left the Raiders
after two seasons to coach at
Ranger College in Texas.


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12 and had more hits at the
plate herself two than she
allowed Eau Gallie. Plant City
won, 4-0, getting all of its runs
in the third inning. Wyckoff,
Fussell, Stefone Nelson, Emily
Godheim and Allie Goodrich
all had base hits in the win.
Playing a doubleheader on
Saturday Plant City was the
only team in the field that had
to play back-to-back games
during the event Plant City
cruised in its second contest.
It beat Homestead, 10-0, in
game that only lasted three
and a half innings due to the
10-run mercy rule.
Nelson pitched and did not
allow a hit. She walked four,
but of the 12 outs she recorded
11 were strikeouts. Mackenzie
McAvoy had a bunt that
turned into a double and
Wyckoff had two hits.
To be assured a spot in the
state finals, Plant City needed
to beat Cape Coral Sunday.
Though Cape Coral had its ace
pitching and was considered
by some to be the best team in
the field, that didn't matter.
Plant City scored four times
in the first inning, all after its
first two batters went down on
strikes.
McAvoy reached on a bunt
and then Fussell, Nelson,
Maria Garcia and Gymtruk all
walked. Emily Godheim was
hit by a pitch to make it 3-0


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and a passed ball pushed the
fourth runner across home
plate, and also chased the
starting pitcher from the
game. Plant City went on to
win 7-0.
Wyckoff locked down Cape
Coral on the mound, walking
none. Plant City only issued 10
walks in eight games through-
out its run to the district,
sectional and state titles.
The victory over Cape Coral
set up a showdown with
Palma Ceia, the north bracket
winner and a fellow Bay area
team, on Monday. The Palma
Ceia girls were riding high
after giving their Little League
program its first-ever sectional
title, and they got an early
break against Plant City.
A first-inning error helped
lead to Plant City allowing its
first run of the tournament,
and Palma Ceia jumped out to
a 1-0 lead.
Though Regan Knotts com-
mitted the error that led to the
run, she more than made up
for it by shutting Palma Ceia
down the rest of the way. She
also scored the game-winning
run in the fifth inning on
squeeze bunt by Nelson.
"Before we went out there,
Regan came up to me and said
'Dad, I'm ready.' Oh my gosh.
She was just amazing, hit
every spot the catcher put
down for her to hit," said
Knotts.
Regan cruised through the
first four innings, only need-
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IN THE COUNTY COURT OF
THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLS-
BORUGH COUNTY, FLORI-
DA
CASE NO: 04CC-12861
CREAMY RICH, INC.
PENSION PLAN
PLAINTIFF
vs
LEVEN WILSON & BRENDA
WILSON, JOINTLY AND
SEVERALLY HILLSBOR-
OUGH COUNTY CODE
ENFORCEMENT
DEFENDANTS.
NOTICE OF ACTIONS
TO: LEVEN WILSON. &
BRENDA WILSON AND ANY
AND ALL HEIRS, DEVISEES
OR INTERESTED PERSONS
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Foreclosure action
has been filed against the
property located at 624
Coronet Street, Plant City,
Florida and is pending in
the County Court for Hills-
borough County, Florida,
Civil Division. You are re-
quired to serve a a copy of
your written defenses, if
any, on Stephen M. Knapp,
Attorney at Law, Plaintiffs
attorney, whose address is
Post Office Box 6422, Lake-
land, Floridau33807-6422, on
or before August 13, 2004,
and file the original with
the Clerk of the Court ei-
ther before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the
relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
Dated on July 7,2004
RICHARD AKE
As Clerk of the Court
By: Alta Edgemon
As Deputy Clerk
No:6498 7/22;29;8/5;12,
2004
NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with the pro-
visions of Florida law, there
being due and unpaid
charges for which the un-
dersigned is entitled to sat-
isfy an owner's lien of the
good hereinafter described
and stored at Uncle Bob's
Self Storage located at:
1005 S. Alexander St., Plant
City, Florida 33563.
813-759-9526. And, due no-
tice having been given, to
the owner of said property
and all parties known to
claim an interest therein,
and the time specified in
such notice for payment of
such having expired, the
goods will be sold at public
auction at the above stated
address to the highest bid-
der or otherwise disposed
of on August 11, 2004 at
9:30am.
DONALD GARDNER
Household goods,
furniture, misc
GARY LAWRENCE
Household goods
JOE FARMER
Household goods
SHON HUMPHREYS
Household goods,
furniture, boxes
NO.8143 07/22/04,07/29/04
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Notice is hereby given that
on Friday, July 30 2004 at
3:00pm at A-1 U-SYORE-IT,
located at 3010 S. Jim Red-
man Parkway, Plant City,
Florida, will conduct a sale
to the highest bidder or
otherwise dispose of the
contents of rental units:
# 07 LOWERY: Old Car
#130 SAXION: Furn, misc
items
#219 CLARK: Tools, air
compressor misc items
#317 ROEBUCK: Furn, misc
items
#523 HUNTER: Furn, ste-
reo, misc items
ALSO an Old Car & Camper
This sale is being held to
satisfy a Landlord's Lien
Tammy Venable
Manager
No.8145 07/29/04

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
TO WHOM IT MAY
CONCERN:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the contents held for
you at Stor-ette Business
ark, 5805 N. 50thStTam-
pa, Florida 33610, consist-
ing of items generally de-
scribed below, will be sold
in their entirety to the high-
est bidder. This will com-
mence on Friday, August
13 2004 at 11:00am on the
following person.
Ell/12 Steve Harmon
Misc, fishing poles, parts
cleaner, etc
J.W. ONEILL, INC.
Owner
8146 07/29/04,08/05/04
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
TO WHOM IT MAY
CONCERN:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the contents held for
you at Stor-ette Business
ark 5805 N.50th St., Tam-
pa, Florida 33610, consist-
ing of items generally de-
scribed below, will be sold
in their entirety to the high-
est bidder. This will com-
mence on Friday, August 6,
2004 at 11:00am on the fol-
lowing person.
D34 Eduardo A. Coleman
Household
J.W. ONEILL, INC.
Owner
8139 07/22/04,07/29/04
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Notice is hereby giventhat
sale will be neld on
Wednesday, July 31, 2004
10am at SEFFNER SELF
STORAGE, 1490 Dr. M.L.
King Blvd. Seffner, FL 33584
to satisfy lien.
UNIT 20
DARLENECARRIERE
DANIEL DIXON
Household & Misc Items
Management reserves the
right to refuse any bid.
Items must be removed
within 24 hours from time
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Patricia McBride
Manager
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Tampa
HILLSB/56TH, 3/2 1100sf,
100x140 lot, compi
remod. $91,000 Seller
pays closing costs 6428
48th St. 813-368-3684
Empire RE


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HOME
U "SWEET
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Seminole Heights His-
fam/ fpl/deck, detach
guest house/ofc, 16'
storage barn w/loft.
$223,500. Bibi Moore
813-917-4843
1101 |South Tampa
BEACH PARK $1500. 3/2,
w/d, rivt fncd Bkyrd.
4103 Azeele Street. See
at Sharpe Mort-
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DAVIS ISLANDS Gorgeous
4br 3ba 2600sf Pool
Home, Totally Updated,
Hdwd & Lt erazo, Lg
Pvt. Fncd Yd, $589,000
813-254-6042 719-0061
PALMA CEIA- By Owner.
3br, ba, FP CHA + gas
HW/heat. Needs remod
approx $40K, asking
$235K. Potential of
$325K. Needs fast closing
by 7/30/04.813-624-9675
PALMA CEIA CONDOS
FOR SALE. Pre-comple-
tionprice 1/1, FPWF, 9'
c's charming, totally
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813-404-6172.



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PALMA CEIA Sun 1-5;
2801 W. Angeles St.
2br 1V/2 ba, w/detached,
legal, 1/1 rental unit,
rents For $700/mo
$369,000* 813-841-1980
SOUTH TAMPA 4br 2ba
Approx 1700sf, Lg Lot
58x160, W/Lg Pool,
$299,000 3400 W Lawn
Ave. Close to Bayshore
813-831-1245 363-3866
SOUTH TAMPA/Sunset
Park Bldr/lnvestor 2 ad-
jacent CB Homes on
large lots. Both rented
mo. to mo. Great invest-
ment or new construc-
tion. Plant/Coleman
Dist. Asking $389,000 for
both. 813-835-7255
Virginia Park, 4009 W San
Juan St,NEW Listing 2br,
2ba + den, 1135SF, new
roof, updated kitchen &
baths, hardwood floors
throughout, $259,900.
Frank 13-832-5542
1102 | Northwest I
C'wood-Logan Gate VIg.
7324 Monterey Blvd. 3/2
+ FR w/bit ins scrn pa-
tio, CHA, back to woods,
FSBO, $159,500. By appt.
only -813-264-9680.
CARROLLWOOD $500
down Newly Remod-
eled 3br 2ba pool Home.
Huge Kitchen, New Roof
& Heat Pump. Must See,
will pay closing costs
w/own choice of mort-
gag companjy$193,900

Northdale Open House
4BR,21/z BA,2CG,
$239.000.
Sunday July 25th, 11-3pm.
4646 Landscape Dr.
(813)244-8928

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1102 1 Northwest
NORTHDALE, Open hse
16310 Bonneville Dr. Sat
& Sun 1-4 4/2/2 2450sf
formal liv/dmin/fam rms,
scrn pool& spa, $225k
813-960-2102
Town N' Country 2BR,
1 /z BA, 2 patios, tiled
floors excellent
condition. $87,500.
Serious inquiries only.
Please cal (813)249-1083
WESTCHASE 3BR, 2/2Ba
Townhome, 2 CG, 1 yr
old, many upgrades, all
apple. inci W/D, scrnd
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pets ok. Open House, Sat.
12-4. 10015 Bradwell PI.
Esquire Realty
(813)204-9488 310-1038
Westchase area, Country
Way, 3,000 sf, 3/2 home
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$269,900.813-245-6211
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NEW TAMPA/Live Oak
Pres., 5/4/3 lake, cul-de-
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ALL the upgrades,
Creative Seller
$324,900 813-866-4800
NEW TAMPA NEW
CONSTRUCTION, by
owner, 5br, 3ba, 3cg,
lakefront gorgeous
view, $287K. Lease
option avail 561-310-3207
1 East
104 Hillsborough

APOLLO BEACH
Just listed-OPEN SUN
1:30 TILL 3:30 913
Caoriccio Ln Sympathy
Isles Guard will direct
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gated comm. Dock for
rg yacht & boat house
w/ lift for runabout.
Scrn pool w/ waterfall &
summer kitch. Lrg rms
incl 3/21/2 2 FP vaulted
cig, Forma) DR/LR + Farn
w7 wet bar only $759K
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or 690-5010 Charles
Rutenberg RIty
727-864-6107
BRANDON/Clair Mel, 2 br,
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813-767-7138
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New 2 story, 3br, 2.5ba,
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Possible owner financ-
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LITHIA, 3/21680 sq ft, for-
mal LR & DR, FR, Eat in
kit, patio, ceramic tile.
On 1.5 ac. fenced corner
lot, pole barn w/work
shop, pool w/deck,
water system on well
$167,000. 813-737-1463
RIVERVIEW 6017 Cricket
Hollow, 3br 2ba 2cg,
1437sf, Just reduced for
quick sale. $143,000
On Small Lake, Fncd Yard
Scrn Lanai 813-382-0666
RIVERVIEW Lake St.
Charles, spacious 2-
story 3br 2/2 ba with den,
2300sf $199,000
813-368-5963
786-201-8801
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1114 Waterfront |
CARROLLWOOD 3121 Sa-
mara Dr. Lk Carroll
frontage, 3 br, 2 ba.
FSBO open house Sun
1-4pm. Appraised $400k
(813) 505-0717
HUDSON, custom
waterfront home, 2002,
Southern exposure,
directGulf access,2br, 2
ba, 4 car gar, 1500 sf
under air, 3500 sf under
roof fixed dock w/5000
b lift plus floating dock.
$399K. 727-868-3125
LUTZ 3br/2ba/2cg, den &
loft, covered lanai,
caged pool on fishing
lake. Convenient to 41 &
D. Mabry. A pearl in an
oyster! 813-245-5396
Mini Lakefront Estate
7/4/2, 4000sf total guest
house, frplc pool, dock.
2 jacuzzi tubs, $379,900
727-841-8100
www.RTOPasco.com
TREASURE ISLAND-Isle Of
Capri 2br/2ba, overlook
John's Pass, 1200sf, tile/
carpet, small pets ok.
$1500/mo-yr lease.
813.924.1240 727.641.3595

1116S Central
Pasco I
LAND 0 LAKES Oakstead
3br 2ba 2cg Maint free
villa, 1595sf, full appli
pkg. Clubhouse, Pool,
Upgrades, Scrn Lanai.
$169,900 813-355-7674
1116TlEastPasco |
Zephyr Hills Like new CB
home, 3br,2ba, 1566sf,
above-ground pool, 2.4
acres. Minutes from
New Tampa. $175,000.
813-779-3061
11211 Condominiuml
SUN CITY CENTER,
2br/1/2ba, new water
syst, many extras, very
crean. Partially fur-
nished, 55+ comm
$112,000 813-642-9055
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813-657-8146.
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1126 1 Acreage I 118 Florida Real
LEVY COUNTY, FL 652 ac. Esate
approx. 10 miles E. of WAKEUPTOVacationEv-
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for deer hog& turkey da Land Sale. 1-5 acres.
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left.$1550/ac. Willnot terest. Thompson
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acres, large beautiful Agent 352-378-4814
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(813)907-218 140 Properties
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tract Located 10 miles
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timber creek A beaver
pond. Food plots & dove
ields established.
$2200/ac. 478-972-9475
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schools & University of
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423-949-6887
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unfinished inside. 5
acres off Blue Ridge
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oaks, pines, and hicko-
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good fishing nearby,
$79,900. Excellent fi-
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Lakeland Nearl-4&98
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completely remodeled,
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SE Lakeland, Purchase'98
2BR/2BA 16x66 w/CH/A
& more for $19,995 or
Rent to Own $4000
down. Move In Now.
May trade boat, etc.?
Owner 863/293-0950
Mobile
155 Homes In
Parks
EASTTampa3br2ba 1992
Dbl Wide in family park
Like New
$3000 Down $678/mo
incld. lot rent.
Toni 813-748-8588
PLANT CITY 3/2 2001
Palm Harbor, many ex-
tras $50K 407-301-3878
Valrico/Brandon 2br SW
+ 55park. Walk toValri-
co PO & shopping. New
AC, lifetime roof. Nice &
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Commercial Prop.
Lease

180B Ofc Space
10 Lease
750sfofticespac'e'4 1i804
W. Baker St., excellent
location. $750/mo.
(813)764-8030
Armenia Ave, 1450 sq ft 6
rooms, medical or prol,
move in condition,
$1400. Call Alex
917-238-6690.

CLASSIFIED
WORKS
Furnished office suite for
rent, 9x8 includes desk,
file cabinet, phone &
DSL. & storage closet.
$425/mo + sales tax.
813-933-3968
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 A MUST
813-719-3700
Medical Space Available.
3500 E.Fletcher Ave.,
Tampa FL
Call DarrenWagner
813-299-4100

North Tampa. 1000 qg ft.
beautiful new office
space for rent, on 41,
just N. of Bearss. Call
Kim at 813-948-4343.

PLANT CITY Down Town,
Up-Stair Office space
rental. $300 Month,
Includes Utilities
813-719-8345
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
ADVERTISE IN CLASS 631
AND SEEYOUR VAN GO!
PLANT CITY, Walden
Woods Corp Park, acr-
oss from the newer Post
Office, 2 Office Units +
or 1000 sqft each or
combine both. CALL
TODAY 863-647-3899
Plaza Place, SouthShore
Office Park Sun Point
Shopping Cntr
Banking/Office/Retail
All sizes 813-641-2800
www.PhaganDev.com
ROME & W. WATERS
3,200sf with 14 separate
offices,all on first floor.
$2,600/month. Also
I,000sf, $800/month.
M 813-766-94541t
Town N' Country Area.
5200SF Office or Medical
Space. Will divide.
REACT
Call 813-637-8888
Licensed RE Brokers
I Retail
180C Space

SOUTH TAMPA-3616 S.
Dale Mabry. 3400sf
building, rear parking,
prime location,
$3,200/month net lease,
813-263-9668

180G Industrial
Sites Lease

Outside fenced parking
area for rent. Call for
more information:
813-933-3968

190
Commercial Prop.
Sale

Commercial
190B Sites Sale

PLANT CITY, approx 4000
sf, zoning allows medi-
cal, dental office or day
care, S349K. Penny
Evans 863-860-5604
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IN THE HEART OF YBOR
CITY 1513 E. 9th Ave
6,650 SOFT warehouse
14 FT Ceiling asking
price $700,000 ask for
ack or Sam (813)
241-4545
200-249
Rentals

S2001 Rooms/Rent I
STADIUM AREA Nice
w/private entrance and
parking space, laundry
utilities included.
$400/mo. + $250 deposit.
Call (813)376-5371
Efficiencies & rooms for
rent, Day/Week. Down-
town location. Apply
Wilson Ct Motel 301 N.
Thomas 813.752-1227
1204 1 Apts. Furn.
PLANT CITY. Countlr, sel-
uing IBr, Attached $$500
inc utilities, 758-1776
2 IApartments
205 Unfurnished
BRANDON Area I MONTH
FREEtPr:,of ol credit
I & 2 Bedroom Apis
Free Cable. Senior d,s-
counts. El Dorado Apts
Call 813-689-3658
DOVER, lbr/lba stove,
refrigerator & water fur-
nished, $350 mo. first &
last. 813-717-9469
DOWNTOWN OLDSMAR,
NEW! 580sf, street level
ofc & 950sf 2/2 loft apt.
No Commute! Can sep.
2cg, basic, Fr drs
$1995/mio 813-841-0446
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FREE1/2 MONTHS RENT
MOVE-IN BY 8/15
1 & 2 BR's, Nice&Clean
Plant City
813-754-2200
TOWNSGATEAPTS
HYDE PARK Spacious
Townhome 2BR, 11/ BA,
wood firs, W/D, Pets ok,
fncd yd, off street prkg.
$975/mo. Avail. now.
(813) 226-3093
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's &
IBR apt,RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
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.
CREDIT& 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
TEMPLE TERRACE
Puritan Place*
* Affordablecommunity!
Spacious 1,2 & 3 BrApts
Recently Renovated ext
New Playground, 2 pools!
Picnic &Bar-B-Q Area,
Great Neighborhood
Public Transportation
Income guidelines apply
for move-in specials
callW 813-988-6112
TEMPLE TERRACE area, 2
br lba, $565/mo, pool,
monitored alarms, new
laundry rm & play
ground. First month free
13-985-6485
WESTPORT COMMONS
SEC.8 APTS/NEW!
1-2-3 Bedrooms
Dishwasher, carpeting,
laundry room, central
a/c, playground,
gated community.
SE HABLAESPANOL
Call Connie:
(813) 254-1436 or
254-5816
2 Houses
210 Unfurnished I

APOLLO BEACH- Mira Bay
Villa, New, Lrg 3br 2ba
2cg, 1966sf, Porch,
Maint Free Resort living,
Pool, Tennis, Gym & Spa.
$2000/mo. 813-641-1977
BRANDON, 4 br, 2.5 ba, 3
car garage, fenced
backyard, 3000 sf.
$1850/mo. incl. yard
maint. Call 954-854-3586
or 954-424-8119
BRANDON Providence
Lakes, 3/2, 1773 sq ft,
fenced, f'place, scrn
porch,pets ok, available
/1, 975 with dis-
counts. 813-924-6956.
BRANDON/RIVERVIEW
4/2/2 $1375/mo 3/2/2
$1200/mo 4/2/3 $1400
/mo 3/2/2 $1000/mo
Signature Realty, Joe
Austin, 813-681-5366
BROOKSVILLE, 3 br, 2 ba,
garage, screened porch
on 2.5 wooded acres.
$800/mo. Sec dep.
352-540-4667

BUSCH GARDENS AREA,
2br/2ba 1000sf, CHA,
$750/mo. 1st, last, sec.
Rent incl water/sewer/
garb/lawn care, alarm
Call813-404-5713


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CARROLLWOOD AREA South Tampa-Westshore
4BR 2BA 2CG Approx Area.3BR 2BA lcar
1700sf, fenced W/D, garage, 2560sf, fenced
close to Veterans. yard large den.
$1200/mo $1300 per month
813-843-9538 Call 813-960-8980
Carrollwood, Beautiful SUN CITY CENTER
3br, 2ba, 2CG, 1800sf, 3br, 2ba, mostly tile,
pool & spa W/D Great screened patio, 2cg, 55+
school dist. Brand new commune, golf cart
carpet. Avail now. $1395 $995/month. ERA Select
mo.+ dep 813.503.6003 Realty, 813-661-3360
Carrollwood/Citrus Park Tampa Palms 3/2, $1,365/
Lovely 3/2 on Ig lot mo. Newly painted,
w/oak trees. Exc Cond. refurbished, lease
A rated schools, incentives, community
Avail 8/15 $1550/mo Incl pool, club facilities.
lawn 813-960-7706 Owner (941)474-9303
Carrollwood-Country PI or(813)910-4171
NICE cul-de-sac, pond, Lease-Option
3br, 2ba, 2cg, lanai 211 ToBuy
fenced 1500sf, W/D, tile,
15909 Scrimshaw
$1195/mo 813-205-0064 AWESOME RIVERFRONT
2/1/1 bungalow LEASE/
CARROLLWOOD, patio OPTION, $1395/mo.
home 2br/2ba W/D, Rentcreditavailable.
newly painted $750/mo $7k down negotiable.
e- -p. Call Cm5dy 813-363-1666
813-258-5882 5309
HopedaleAvail Immed. 12121 Condominiuml
CARROLLWOOD, Planta- Clearwater thegrandbel
tion, 10315 Parkcrest Dr. lagio.conon TampaBay
3br, 2ba tile new nadelo mt
appia set atD, 8l lcg.7FP,dock.$1400/mo.
appliances, scrnpato,847-541-3486
allowed. Availle 8/2. 888-322-6088x 111 Mike
$1050/mo + $1,050dep. DOWNTOWN ST. PETE
13-879-6800 ext.300 WATERAND CITY VIEWS
CARROLLWOOD W O0 $800.$1.40&/ .inc.
SPRINGS, 2000 sf, 4 br, 2 ur-navil.in
ba, pool fence, rm. avai.
fireplace, cath ceil, 2 car 727-894-5454
garage $1500/mo. + SOUTH TAMPA remodid
sec dep. 407-273-5246 2br, 1/2 ba, 1160sf 2 firs
DAVIS ISLAND2br lbaLR W/b, comin pool ennis
& Den, CHA, Fncd 'Bk courts. Off anhattan,
Yard, New Carpet/Ter- N. of Gandy. $875mo
razzo $1000/mo 1st last $875 dep. 813-361-5737
& Dep. MD Managment TEMPLE Terrace $650 +
813-972-4846.971-0483 Dep. 2/1. New appl's.
ELLENTON Brand new Pool & clubhouse.
house,262sfr Sbr/ 813-930-8036 x 212. Van-
house, rga2 5ibr/3Da/ guard Leasing Svcs, Inc.
3cg, Irg lanai, Liv/Din/ RbtJ.oyerr
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$1900/mo 954-648-4396 IS CONVENIENT
Land 0 Lakes Collier Pky Westshore Plaza lbr/lba
1500'+ 3/2 fishinglake. furn. condo, new carpet,
Caged pool, hot tub, FP, range, ice maker refrig,
2cg. Comm ctr access, micro,32"TV pool, prg.
shaded fncd backed. $650+ $650dep.Owner,
$1200/mo 813-932-2161 Neal Bartley813-240-0707
LAND 0' LAKES "NEW 1212A Townhouse
HOME4RENT" 1625 sq i ft
3BR, 2BA. located in BRANDON, 2br/1'/2ba
comm of Oakstead. Lrg 1100sf, Gated communi-
comm pool & comm ctr. pool, cable W/D incl
$1300/mo-includes o pegts1$87mo+ + ep
care).rCall immy a Available August
727-235-4472 or 8-985-5646
rent@envyent.com or CARROLLWOOD Fletch-
(201) 310-0394 ers Point 3/2.5 Mexican
Lexington Oaks special Tile, 1st FIr, Tiled Count-
Lexrgton Oaks special ers, all appli cable wa-
offer for active senior t, o $1,00b/mo
couple. Spacious 4br poa419/1.813-960-4037
2ba 3cg on golf course.
Only$1500/mocompare HYDE PARK, luxury
value 813-948-3543 townhome,4 br,2.5 ba, 2
car ar, 2000 st,
LUTZ Williow Pond 3br remo deed. Gorgeous
2ba, 1630sf, Hdwd Firs, rerior $175d o
New Maple Cabs. FP, interior. 980$175/mo.
Newer S S Appli. W/d 813-960-8980
Incl, FncdYd.i 160/mo LAKE HEATHER 2/2/2
+ $1K Dep813-949-4542 1155sf,enduniton pond,
NEW SUBDIVISION all appl, incl W/D, new
GRANDBOPENINGO paint, tile, carpet. No
OPEN MON-SAT 10-ISM Pets. Comm pool $875/
OPESUN NAT12-5PM. mo+ dep 813-963-1294
Masonry 3-4 br, 2baNORTHDALE VILLAS,
w/gar. Low down, Low 3/21/2 on Golf Course,
monthly payments, comm pool LR & DR
easy qualifying. 56th w/wd flr & FP, tile kitcH
Street, go 2 biks W. on w/ new apple. W/D inci
Sligh. ca $1150/mo 83-966-8877
(813)264-9950 OLDSMAR 3br 2ba 2cg
Waterfront 1800sf, Ten-
NEW TAMPA, NEW nis Comm lool,
CONSTRUCTION, by $1800/mo Inci Water &
owner, Sbr, 3ba, 3cg, Sewer, Gated Central
lakefront, gorgeous Vac.813-926-1820
view, Leaseoption avail .... 1 -.
$2200/mo561-310-3207 South Tpa, 11/blockto
bavyshore2BR, 21/2 BA,
PLANT CITY, 2/2/2, FP, 350sf,T/home,
$1000/mo. 3/2/2, corner garage patio w/jacuzzi.
lot $1200/mo. Lillian $1,800+ dep. Owner,
Deliz Realty Executive Neal Bartley813-240-0707
Partners, 813-404-9444
PLANT CITY beautiful 3br TAMPA PALMS town-
/lba, oak floors, dbl lot, home, 2br, 2V2 ba + bo.
fncd, scrnd-in pool, circle nus rm, lcg hdwd firs
drive, excellent neighbor- SSappl., on onserv.all
hood, no pets. $1100 mo upgrades. Avail 8/13,
sec dep. 813-752-9548 $1400/mo. 863-255-6143
PLANT City, nice house in WESTCHASE Twnhs, 3bd,
gated Walden Lake 2.5ba, 2cg, W/ Dstniss
Comm., Golf Course, ppls, hrdwo, ni ceil-
4br, 3 full bath, 3 car ga- in9s,mncdcrtyrd, W/hot
rage, Lg Pool S a, tub. $1495/mo + $1495
$1, 0/mo 813-41-0929 sec dp.813-205-5556
PLANT City Walden Oak, Mobile
Beautiful 2/2 On Quie I 215 Homes
Cul-De-Sac $900. m.rr, H
deposit 813-960-1155 1 Br Apts & 1 & 2 Bedrm
Riverview Newer, su er MHs. i mile S of 14 on
nice 3br,2ba,2cg, 10o11 Forbes Rd. 813-752-5234
Allenwood. Screened la- NORTH LAKELAND
nai, all appls, fencedyd, clean & quiet 2br
newceramictile/carpet &-85i-4t2
$1100/mo. 813-426-3249 8-584
SAN ANTONIO, golf Plan tCity-&3 BRMH's
course & lake 3br 5pm -F813-754-6932
2ba/2cg w lani plus liv &
tiled fain rm $1450/mo PLANT CITY, 2 br, garden
or option to buy!l-75 to tub, cath cell, super
exit 285.813-503-2429 clean! Quiet park.
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS, $130/wkly. $400 dep. No
10'sO bunaIlw. pets.813-752-9594
1920's bungalow.
Historical 3/2 1 car gar, PLANTCity 3br/2bacoun-
2500 sf, wood firs, high try private lot NO PETS.
ceilings $1200/mo. $750. water & garbage
813-960-8980 provided 813-759-6467
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS PLANT CITY 3BR/1BA on
3/2/carport 1450sf, / acre private lot,
near river, tile through fenced, CH/A W/D
out, new paint, big yard, hook-u p clean $530. mo
great family nbrhd, Plus$530 depositPlease
$1,050/mo 813-546-3887 Call 813-787-4480 or
South Tampa 3br 2ba 9M753-1880after
wall-to-wall carpet,
CHA, sec. sys W/D incl. PLANT CITY area 2MH For
lawn srvc.1 yrlease. rent 2BR'S, 6305 Rock
$1,500/mo. 3304 Swann Rd. 813-986-4354
Ave. 813-286-1768 tosee PLANT City Asthma Suf-
ForResls fers hardwood floors
FOr ReSUltS 3br/2ba, w/d hook-up,
Classified Ads on 1 acre. $775. mo, plus
C aSsified Ads deposit. 813-759-6467


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Homes
PLANTCity,cleanlBR In- APPLEBEE'S
side building water tur- of Plant City, now hiring
nished light & gas ex- Hosts &Servers....
tr Acceptin3 Aiation
142 S. Alexander St. Mon-Fr,2-4 PM
813-752-5687 1204 Towngates 6ourt
Plant City/Thonotosassa hosp.
3BR, 2BA beautiful dbl
wide on 1 acre outin the
country. Off of Shoupe
Rd. $850/mo + $850 dep.
No pets. 813-986-4422 or
813-833-4188 NOW HIRING
RIVERVIEW 1 acre 3br Seers
2ba mobile home. oun- artenders_
try loc. near schools. Dining Room Servers
Open, airy and starlit. COO ....
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Robert:813-843-1263 *Foo PurchasingAgent
220 TravelTrailer ApplinPerson601S
220 oIHarourSland lV.
oIs iru nem acrossfromtheTampa
Convention Centeron
Plant City-2&3BRMH's& Harbour Island.
11R apt,oRV lots. 9am-
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Be Waitresses Apply in per-
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second-floor vacation drivers seat!When it's
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code "Getaway". CLEiCLobSr,
386-547-9739 or 800- ista .ff
358-2943. 813-754599
3 I4 OFFICE Help, PT 30-35
232 Vacation hrs/wk. Plant City. Cus-
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DESTIN, FLORIDA, New 813-752-9701
boutique hotel. Harbor qan I iii
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taurants. Introductory temEntohire benefits!
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978-686-0690 CRANE OPERATOR
250-99 Crane Oilerruck Driver
50-299 FullbnltLs. 863/665-1782
Employment FRAMERS WANTED
Services Priddle Built Homes Inc.
Call Mike: (813)426-5298

12901 Jobs Wanted ShowerEnsures
Closet Shelving
HOME & OFFICE insla ions
Haul Move, Cleanup Full Benefits, DFWP
Furniure, Appliances Call (813)8554558
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scrape metals.685-6337 Wanted Sales Persons
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1-888-826-8931
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305 Professional I forA/Cofficebldgs,
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Driver Referral & Safety
Bonuses! 401k Plan,
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Time. 1 -877-882-6537
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much more! Classified
has vehicles of all kinds
to make your dream ma-
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OTR, Out 5-6 days/week.
Good pay & benefits.
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welcome. Must have
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Apply in person 5301 .
Diana StTampa
u I General

A/C & Elect. Contractor
seeks help. No exp. nec.
Will train. 813-752-2468
ALCOA ALUMINUM
**now hirng thin**
RITA STAFFING
Maintenance/Electrical
Laborers 813-754-5997
$9.50- $14/hour
ASST. MANAGER Needed
-Tropical Fish Farm M-F,
outside work. Must have
some Fish knowledge.
Call 813-986-4560.
AVON Career or PT. Call
Jennifer, Avon indep.
sales rep. 813-989-3390
or 1-800-332-2340
CLASSIFIED
IS CONVENIENT
CONSTRUCTION & Resi-
dential Cleaners. Must
drive. 813-376-5343
COUNTER PERSON for
auto parts storic. Must
have exp. 813-763-6796
EARN UP TO $15
per hour DIMINO'S PIZZA
is now hiring Delivery
Personnel. Apply in per-
son to 204 W. Alexander
St, Plant City.
General Help Wanted,
drug free/clean back-
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INVESTOR: Progressive
Research, Inc. will be
hiring a Surveillance In-
vestigator to work in
Central Fl area. Must be
dependable able to
travel & work a flexible
schedule, Class C li-
cense preferred but not
required. Fax resume to
813-759-1370. NO
PHONE CALLS, PLEASE

tenance Person, part
time. Experience in elec-
trical & plumbing. Call
813-754-3099 or ax re-
sume to 813-754-3608
MAINTENANCE
MECHANIC
CF Industries, Inc., cur-
rently has an opening
for a Mechanic at its
Plant City Phosphate
Complex.
Candidates should have a
working knowledge of
pump gearbox repairs
and alignment, cutting
and welding of steel
plate and pipe to fabri-
cate structures and
components and lift-
ing/rigging procedures.
Experience in phos-
phate fertilizer industry
is aplus.
Qualified candidates may
fill out an application at-
WorkForce Plant City
2001 E. Cherry St.
P.O. Drawer L
Plant City, Fl 33564
813-930-7880
EOE MFDV
PACKERS- Plant City. 2nd
& 3rd shifts $7.01-
8.26/hr 813-655-5850.
Personal Trainer-will cer-
tify. Brandon/PlantCity.
Call Bobby 813-654-6568
PHOSPHATE labor
Temp to Perm
background, drug screen
anesolid history reqd.
813-754-5997
PLANT LABOR-Gerdau
Ameristeel is accepting
applications for general
pant labor at the Plant
City Rebar Fab Shop. Re-
bar fabo exerence pre-
ferred, butwill train in-
dividuals with good
work history. $10.53/hr
($10.83 after 90 days) +
Incentive pay plan + ex-
cellent benefits. Appli-
cations taken Mon-Fri
9am-4 pm at 4006 Paul
Buchman Hwy., Plant
City,FL (Hwy39,2 miles
north of 1-4) or fax re-
sume to 813-752-2397.
Drug-free Workplace.
AA/EOE; M/F, D/V.
PROFESSIONAL THERA-
PEUTIC FOSTER Parents
Needed! Open your
Heart and Home to Emo-
tionally and Physically
Abused Children. Com-
pensation Ranges from
$14,000 to $45,000 a
Year. Call The Mentor
Network. 1-
800-808-9282 www.the-
mentornetworker.com
Sponsored by The Men-
tor Network, and the
State of Florida Depart-
ment of Children and
Families
SITTER WANTED Driver
for elderly. Send Re-
sume to1905 W. Palmet-
to Ave, Plant City, Fl
33563
SPRAY TECH needed for
Plant Entrance Nursery.
Licenses Required.
Apply at Amplex, 3304 N.
Frontage Rd, Plant City.
813-754-7003
Successful Motivated En-
trepreneurs Wanted
Publicly Traded Compa-
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IRON FENCING 168' in 8'
sections x 6' tall, heavy
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Renew / Change Color.
Tub, Tile, Sink &Chip Re-
pair Commercial & Resi-
dential. 5 yrs. Warranty
Quick Response,
InsureS Serving Florida
Over lOyrs. "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
813-294-0587
954-553-5924,
407-660-1415
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 I 1
1-800-859-0440.
www.directech.tv
FLEA MARKET
Merchandise, New &
Used. FOR SALE
813-757-6183
FREE 4- ROOM DIRECTTV
SYSTEM includes instal-
lation! 4 MO. FREE pro-
grammin 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.
727-535-0505xt 222

GUNS, shotgun SKB 20ga,
Browning A-5 Magnum
12, negot$; entertain.
rtr dark wood, holds
'46" v. $500. 813-671-8823
If you think crime doesn't
affectyou letusgiveyou
the facts! FACTFIonridi-
ans Against Crime Task-
force P.O.Box 9235 Glen-
wood, FL 32722 (386)
801-4740 Fax (386)
740-8330.
LUMBER LIQUIDATORS
HARDWOOD FLOORING
from .99cents Sq. Ft Ex-
otics, oak bamboo, pre-
finished & unfinished.
Bellawood w/50 year
prefinish, plus A lot
morel We Deliver amy-
where, 5 Florida loca-
tions, 1-800-FLOORING
(356-6746)
MIRROR LEFTOVERS Best
Quality. Cheapest Ever!!
48"x100"xl/4" (15)
$95.00/ea72"x00" 1/4"
(11) $14100/ea
84"x60"x1/4" w/1" Bev-
il 1,35.00/e
$1400/we Free Dollv-
ary,(a,?nywero) In'tallAo
vaqlabe A Wlhoalesale,
1800-473-0619
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0 Wanted
$$CASH$$ For Dish Net-
work and EchoStar Sat-
ellite receivers. Please
Call with Model Num-
bers 1-888-206- 9743
WWW.thedssguy.com
WANTED!
DTV/Dish Network
Will pay cash & pickup.
813-786-3006
WANTED: Used or New
Direct TV/dish network
satellite systems. We
pay top $. Same day
pickup 813-855-5253
$ NEED CASH?$
WeSellForYouOn
eBay
Sell Your Unwanted Items
Call AJ. 813-353-1829
ALWAYS BUYING, 1 item
or house full, Antiques,
Collectibles, Furn, &
Misc. Prompt service.
813-719-6336,659-2412
$ PAID for all types of
jewelry. Looking or any
silver/gold merchan-
dise. Watches of any
kind 727/804-7463
Cypress Gardens
Water Ski's any type.
Must have logo.
813-985-5015
Private Collector wants
your 60's, 70's, 80's GI
Joes (12" or 3 3/4"),
vehicles sets FOR
CASH. 813-361-8158
[4011 Auctions
Auction-Aug. 7, 10am .48
+ acres,divided .Coun-
try home, personality,
workshop w/tools, mo-
tor home equipment.
1570 Maylield Rd., Cal-
vary, GA. 10 % BP, Row-
ell Auctions, Inc.
(800)323-8388
www.rowellauc-
tions.com GAL AU-
C002594
ABSOLUTE AUCTION
-Thursday, September
2nd. Lekarica lakeside
restaurant, golf course
& country inn. Also
40+/acres w/ reserve.
(800)558-5464. JP King
Auction Co, Inc,
AB000119;J Craig
King,AU-0002898.
nI Antiques/
402I 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 Child's Tricycle,
3 wheeled, approxi-
mately 90 years old,
$495 Firm. 727-376-4715

ANTIQUE WROUGHT
IRON FENCING 168' in 8'
sections x 6' tall, heay
duty $3000 for al.
813-435-4330 __
Austin P',.'.rs Prn P,
P. r d" , eCiaJ I:..
rf / if,' made in n.; i
World, gold plated
w/gold balls, s r 1? I
numbered. ,i-.I
813-289-7867
Barbie & Ken completed
Harley Da.idson .r-
$1400.5LOT MACHIN'E.2
arm EBa'dii. SIl(.C
813-649-7916
BEDROOM SET, bed,
dresser, vanity
w/bench, chifforobe,
$500.813-681-6769.

BEER CAN Collection,
Cone, flats & pulls
2,000 + ,Will sell on 8/1
Gandy loc. 816-550-0111
813-831-0029
LIONEL TRAINS & Others.
Bought & sold. New &
used All gauges.
813-677-5008
Li Sii. i, leairl 7p. il 6W0's
Itl i,: \ ili ler (.il.
w ". $,17, l
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[405 lArt ___
ARTRWOHKoThon-I Kln-
,ain 8iCllpe "Forest
chlPepl "strcarms of
Living Water", well be-
low retal!cost. Cal to1n-
(lure, 813-909-4328
Must see Art Collection,
I? p2 liailnijus In all. Inr
liirnii. Piliil a0, filn
iirulil irriin, I Oi'li
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[406 IJewelry I

WE BUY GOLD!
"0Kto24K
TOP 5$ PAID CASH!
13S33-7373w
14071 Dlamonds |
AWESOME 2,10ot dla-
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1407 I Diamonds I 1| 410 1 Furniture |
DIAMOND 1.79ct, GAA,
Appr. @ $6,959 sac BED RM $485
O$1700 2.82ct Appr Complete5 piece set!
$12,026 Sac. $2550 New in boxes! Can Deliver
Natural Beautiful fine H V 813-643-1388*
color 727-698-7275
ENGAGEMENTPLATINUM BED ROOM 1-11 pc,
oval shaped, flanked by New! 4 Post or Sleigh,
6 baguette channel set, Carved, SolidWood$1750
tota wt 1.01, under Can Delv. 813-643-1388
apprs$2500 813-300-4878 BED ROOM Set King, 7 pc
S Pier Thomasville Oak,
WHOLESALE $2,100 813-926-1820
To The Public,
Tampadiamonds.com

I Stamps BEDROOM $1500
408 ooks Brandnew, solid wd. set
Coins-Books .pc. Louis Phillipe style,
List $5K. 1st $1500 takes
COINS,CurrencBullion it an del.813-251-3134
Buy Sell Traoe Coin
Werx BiSTop Flea BEDROOM1-10PC
Market iD11Sat& Sun BEDROOM 1-OPC
9a-4p 813-601-6940 Armoire included in solid
mahogany On. set, no
COINS, Paper Money, veneers, all drawers
Estate Jewelry, Watches American dovetail,
&Collectiles. never used, still in box,
Top $$$ Paid can deliver. Sacrifice
813-948-4959 $2550 www.solid
WE BUY COINS! woodbedrooms.com
Buying, selling, trading! 813-926-8507
Over 38yrs of experience
We pay top ollar. Call BEDROOM 1-10pc
us. 83-92-2493 or Alllightcherrywd,Queen
727-455-6196 by Pulaski, 4 poster
410 | Furnituretstnd Igrsr, mir. &
V armoire new boxed,
ACCENT FURN. retail $10, self $2800.
Can del.813-871-1477
ACCESSORIES, BEDROOM 1-10pc
ARMOIRS, BED- King
ROOMS, DINING, Solid Mahhoqany no ve-
ENTERTAINMENT 4pe rsleigh.Afinll
CNTRS,LEAT "drawers American
CNTRS, LEATHER dovetail,never used still
& UPHOLSTERY, inbox.IncludeslareTV
MATTRESSES. cost $9,000 sell $2,600.
ALL MANUFACTURERS, www.solidwood
ALL STYLES bedrooms.com
AMERICAN DREW BOB 813-293-7621
MACKIE JESSICA
MCCLINYOCK, BAUER, BEDROOM CHERRY SET
ASHLEY,AICO HOOKER, Cresent brnd solid chry.
HAMMARY, AMBIANCE, Drsr, chst/chst, 2 sd
ARTISON GUILD, tbls. $650 OBO, (813)
HUNTINGTON HOUSE, 283-5047
CRAFTMASTER LEA,
JACQUELINE SMITH, BEDROOM SET, 7 pc.
LEATHER TREND, PU- Louis Phillipecollection,
LASKI, LARGO, BUTLER, cherry sleigh w/sold wd
SAVOV HOUSE /TIN- construction newstifIlin
DALE LIGHTING C.R. box, cost sell $1595.
LAINEFoKIMBAL HOME. 352-6-3100
OPEN MON-SATTILL5PM BEDROOM ^T Bassett
OPENTHUR/FRITILL7PM Country rtye ine
logansfurniturecom be dnbed. -r. n'.-
4315 E.COLUMBISDL -. and arnd -en er -
813-630-4744 282-$90 O
BEDROOM SET-Beautiful
ACCENT FURN, Blaine fui., comil. qn
Accessories, Art panelbed,Sdtwr ress-
Bedrooms Dining Rms. er, 11 drwr dresser w/
Leather Gallery, Ent. cedar drwrs in rich mid-
Centers, Mattresses & night finish. e.1o Asking
Memory Foam. Several $3,000.863-398-2410
Quality Lines. Aico, BEDROOM SETS, ON &
merican Drew, Pulaski, King compw/matt, box
Magnussen Home, snrpfraies$300 On &a
Wynwood, Ashely, Leao $35 Kins, Liv rm s et
Kahy Ireland Home By "',uCh & t, t i 5, 4
Standard.- r8 D A2 m- -
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can del. 813-926-850,7 DAY-4BED




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D9 45ided Qu53P/Te, new can Do. 813-643-643-1388
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Minaiury f.im SETS
As ain TV
K c.r'l $1899, sell 165-
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[4111 Super Savers I
AQUARIUM, Y ',jtlllii
wlui iall wood tiand $161
Call 813-737-2141
PIANO Older model u
right $50. O, O
813-659-9833
REFRIGERATOR/Freezer,
Kenmor warerllc, a I
mond $51/6 813-174-892
Refrigerator, side by ilde.
A iiin'.iu iiiii, l l .illlh
lInm, 0111l II 1/111
TABLE 36" gaOis with 6
cairs $80.
Cal 813-986 3256
TAPIE wicker w/4 hA.jrs,
Ol50ss op no tcush on
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1410 I Furniture I
DINETTE-Iron with 4
chairs, glass top, 4
matching 30" bar stools,
good condition, $500 for
all. 813-671-5524

DINING $950
All cherry Queen Anne
style. Never used, still in
box. Must Sacrifice! Can
deliver. 813-251-3134
DINING rm tbl w/leaf & 6
cpt's chrs $525; Oak
brkfst tbl & 4 chrs $350
tile top custom made; 2
recliners $75/each
813-832-5152
Dining Room Table, Wal-
nut, Circa 1920's, 6
chairs, china cabinet
and 2 side boards 1
small & 1 Ig, Asking
$2000. Cal
813-610-1557.
Dining Set, solid Cherry
Tbl-w/2 Leaves, 6 Chrs,
lighted China Cabinet
Upgraded uphol. & Run-
ner $1,850.813-948-4088
DINING SET w/HUTCH
6 Chairs & 2 Leafs
Oak Excellent Condition
Early English Style $650
813-961-8847
DOWN SIZING: Couch,
Off White Velvet $200.
Lazy-Boy Hide-A-Bed,
$125. Coffee& 2 End
Tables, $70. Dining Room
Set, 9 pc,$700. Desk,
$100.3/4 Bed $80.
Bedroom Set, 7pc $700.
Brother, Word Processor,
$80. (863)859-4515

ENT CTR. 3 pc. glass &
mirrors, holds 36" TV,
$800 352-588-4656

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/beveledglass
doors, accommodates
up to 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
USED,sell for$1650. Can
deliver. 813-293-1743
Furniture Beautiful Sleep
Sofa, wall unit, tables,
beds, etc. All priced to
sell fast. 813-973-2324

Furniture black ent ctr
w/gls domes, bridge &
removable ctr cab,
holds Ig TV, like new
$400. Modern DR set, tbl
w/4 chrs, sm. gis top
hutch, $500 All exccond
813-996-1999-961-4868.

FURNITURE
North Carolina
Samples & Floor
Model Sale
30% OFF/STORE
& WHOSE SALE
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
LIVING Rm w/lrg painting
& 4 this, Dining Rm, Fu-
ton $75. All ike new
Moving-EVERYTHING
MUST GO! 813-949-5323
LIVING ROOM FURNITURE
Large sofa, loveseat, 2
end tables, coffee table.
Like new.
brown/gold/burgundy
$800 (813) 792-9191
LIVING Room set, full, 2
bik leather couches, ent
ctr, coffee tble, 2 side
tables, 2 matching lamps
$850813-545-2530

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 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
tbls, $175. All beautiful.
(727) 441-1301
PATIO FURNITURE
High-end showroom pa-
tio inventory, top
names, 25% below
wholesale prices. Cash
only. Call 813-835-6099
or 956-0068
CLASSIFIED
IS CONVENIENT


14101 Furniture I
POOL TABLE 4x8 Italian
1" Slate, lifetime warr .
Decorative pockets &
legs, in crate w/access
$450 -813-657-8449
Pool Table, 8', carved
legs, Italian 1" slate w/
access. & balls. New, still
in crate. Cost $4k sell
$1695. (352) 637-3100
Sectional Sofa, like new,
n e o ti able .
813-404-3703.
Summer Wicker SALE.
Unique wicker & rattan
furniture. All weather
wicker patio sets/
access. & gifts. Forever
Wicker 813-948-4802
TEAKWOOD Furiture
from Bali Container
Blow-out Sale Now! Beds
Chairs, Tables, Armoires,
8717 40th St. Tampa
Chris 727-643-6431
THOMASVILLE Server,
Glass Table & 6 Chairs,
Honey Finish, Exc. Cond.
1- $1200;-
813-205-1375 .971-4021
Merging 2 homes in S.
Tampa. Rooms of furni-
ture, electronics, apple's
& much more must go!
Call 813-839-8016
MOVING MUST SELL!
Lexington Cherry Qn
Bed rm suite, 7 pcs,
$2500; Hickory Dining
rm suite, tb, 6 chrs,
lighted hutch $1200; Pa.
House Sofa & Love seat
$1500; and other oak
and cherry pcs.
813-685-2257
1415 1Carpeting
Carpet, top of the line,
Cream color Berber
w/some padding, like
new, approx 700 sf,
$650.813-948-4088
14161 Appliances I
Appliances-Absolute
Lowest $ Guaranteed.
Delivery. Woody's
Appliances, $74.50 up.
7604 Broadway626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
** APPLIANCES**
USED WITH WARRANTY
From$99*
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
4000 W. Kennedy
281-0777
PARTS TODAY
11900 N. Nebraska
972-4242


THIS
Dryers/Washers/Fridge
Stoves. Lowest Prices!
$74.50-Up. New & Used.
Guar. & Del. Large show-
room with 2 oc., 1 near
you. Service & Parts
avail. Know Your Dealer.
42yrso.Qual.Svc./Merch.
WOODY'S APPLIANCES
7604Broadway 626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288
Mom & Pops Applianc-
es, $75& up WD Stove
& Refr. 1001 30th'St.
Free Delivery
813-632-9620; 335-5788
Refrigerator, side by side
with ice & water in door.
Almond, new cond. Can
deliver. $495.
813-657-2683
VACUUM RAINBOW SE
with attachments, ver
clean, excellent condo,
used very little. $350obo
813-334-7876
WASHER & DRYER
$225/set,$125 ea.
Refrigerator S/S $225.
Guaranteed. Delivery
avail. 813-382-8615
Washer/Dryer Kenmore,
Large capacity, all cy-
cles. Excellent
Condition, 1-yr wrrty.
$250 both 813-915-1277

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

417 Telephones/
417 Pagers J

WE BUY
Cell phones old,new,No-
kiaMotorola etc We buy
themall 813.933.5008

418 Conditioners
AC'S NEW IN BOX!
5-10yrs. factory warr.
Homes & Mobile Homes.
Example: Mobile hms. 2-
ton $795;2'/2-ton $845;
3-ton $893 V1/2 -ton $975
4-ton $1,065. Can install.
Lic.#RM0031291. Free
delivery. Call Sonia or
Ron: (727) 505-8738
A/C's ALL New in Box All 5
yr Factory Warranty, All
Homes, Sizes: Example
Mobile Homes, 2-ton
$790,*2V2 -ton $840,
S3-ton $890, 3/2-ton
$970, 4-ton $1060, Can
Install Lic RM0031291
Call Lori 813-453-9033
Used Mobile Home & Cen-
tral Systems. 2-5 tons.
$200 & up w/warranty.
Can Install. Repair work
also. NTA CAC 1813656.
813-748-9265 907-3838
Mobile Home AC Units,
$200 & up, Central sys-
tems and used parts.
813-263-6503 *
Check out our Pet Classi-
fications to find the fur-
ry or feathered friend
that you seek!


420 Instruments
ALTO SAX-Jean Baptiste
with hard case, like new,
paid $450, asking $350.
813-932-9046
Amps, Speakers, Wire-
less Mics, Lighting,
Beamworks Inc. Rentals
& Sales. Best Gear Best
Prices. (813)855-6709
beamworksinc.com
BASS & GUITARS
BAY AREA'S BEST!
USED VINTAGE- RARE
Repairs, Lessons
BUY-SELL-TRADE
LEGENDS 813-348-0688
CELLO, full size, Bow hard
case, $1100. Classical
Guitar, Ibanez PF50, new
strings, hard case, $250.
813-282-8132

DRUMS* DRUMS
AJ's Pro Percussion
New Used Vintage
Drum Lessons
We Buy Drums Anything
Call AJ.813-353-1829




GUITARS 100s in stock
Factory Authorized
Dealerfor Fender, BC Rich
Gibson, Alvarez, Hamer,
Crate, Ovation, Austin
Takamine Kustom &
more $15 Guitar Lesson
JAM MUSIC 813-973-8430
SR 541/4 mi W of 175
Guitars from........... $24.95
Elec. Guitars from....... $99
Trumpets from.....$149.95
Violinsfrom........... $99.95
Mic's from.............. $19.95
PA's, complete at..... $249
Buy-Sell-Trade-Service
Paragon Music 876-3459
PIANO, Baby Grand
Player, 6', Koehler
Campbell, Ebony. $11K.
Retail value $20K.
Moving. 813-909-8182
PIANO Cable Baby
Grand, walnut just
tuned, includes bench,
exc cond. $3300.
813-839-2133
PIANO, Everett Spinet,
Exc Cond Med brown
inc bench and lots of
music, $975 obo
813-631-1983
PIANO Geo Steck Studio
Upright. Black. Less
than 2 years old. Mint.
$1.900 OBO, (813)
309-4090
PIANO, Kawai Baby
Grand. Black. Plays &
sounds good. Must sell.
$5000.727-542-0132

Piano KIMBALL Baby-
Grand,' Depression era,
exc condition, written
appraisal available.
$3500 obo 813-842-6986

Pianos Pianos Inc.
Liquidation Sale
Like New Yamaha Pianos
1/2 OFF!
Visit Our Showroom For
The Best Deals Anywhere
813-855-1227
VIOLINS New $100 Ger-
man $150. Viola $150.
Cellos $319. Cases &
Bows. Mandolins $120.
Guitars $150. Trumpets
Clarinets & Flutes $199
Del avail 727-945-9427
Low cost, expert repairs
F 4Sewing
422 Machines

Brother 2003 Embroidery
& sewing machine, all
extras cl software
used 3 mos. Retail
$5495. Like new. $3000.
Cards $80. Call for more
info.813-654-8089
1423 Clothing I
WEDDING DRESS breath-
taking Cinderella white
gown, long train, incl.
veil & slip. $2000 value;
sell $400.813-404-5034
Ladies Consignment, new
and used clothing.
LaChic Boutique 220 W
Brandon Blvd. 662-0007.
Upscale Resale
424Radio, TV, &

BIG SCREEN TV Newer
55" High Def Digital,
16x9 Wide Screens, can
deliver.
$1,350 obo. 727-771-2665
FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
SYSTEM, Including
Standard Installation! 4
Months Free Progam-
ming. Total Choice Pre-
mier with Local Chan-
nels. Over 205 Channels!
With Subscription to
NFL Sunday Ticket, $360
Value! Call Now to Or-
der! Direct Satellite TV
1-800-823-8595.
FREE 4-ROOM DTRECTV
SYSTEM inc. installa-
tion. 4 MO. Free pro-
gramming w/ NFL Sun-
day Ticket subscription.
Over 205 channels! Lim-
ited time offer. S&H, re-
strictions apply.
1-800-260-2813
FREE DIRECT TV
SATELLITE SYSTEM. UP
TO 5 ROOMS INSTALLED
--FREE..
813-748-8854
Do you have good news to
share with thousands
and thousands of peo-
ple? Place a Happy ad in
classified!


1424Radio, TV, &
424 Stereo I

FREE DIRECT satellite
system, includes deliv-
eryand installation, pro-
gramming as low as
$29.99 per month for the
too 125 cable channels.
DTVsatellite.com
1-800-352-9992.
HUGE Selection of used
TVs, VCRs & Stereo
equip, TV from $25,
VCRs & stereos from $15
M-F 8-4:30 813-886-1494
Sony 57", HDTV, 18 mos
new exc, have receipt
-$1500 obo. TV Sanyo
32" with stand $350
obo. Other misc
electronics. Moving
Sale. 813-661-5709
TV 27" combo w/DVD &
VCR. Remainder of ex-
tended warranty ap-
plies. $325.813-835-6251

TV, 55" wide screen
Mitsubishi High
Definition, like new,
warranty. Was $3400.
$1,200 .......... 813-948-3188
TV Big Screen, Phillips,
PIP, excellent cond.,
Call to make offer.
813-719-8977

TV Mitsubishi, 36" Stereo
Sound, PIP, 181 channel,
w/remote S500
Moving............ MustSell!
1 813-340-387209
I WANT TO BUY non-
working Big Screen
Televisions. Please
Call 813-986-1229

428 Medical
428 Equip.

ABSOLUTELY NO cost to
you. New power wheel-
chairs, scooters and dia-
betic supplies. Call us
toll free 1-800-843-9199
Day /'night to see if you
qualify
ADJUSTABLE BEDS by-
Simmons & Flexabed at
$$ BIG DISCOUNTS $$
Scooters, lift chairs
& a large SHOWROOM
of home medical equip.
Active Medical 335-2159
Auto Lifts-New & Used for
Scooters & Wheel-
chairs. Local Sales &
Service. Freedom 1
866-4427 Mon-Fri 9-5
FAMILY HEALTH CARE w/
Prescription Plan!
$69.95/mo; Best net-
work, best coverage. No
limitations, includes
Dental, Vision Pre-ex-
isting Cond. OK! Call:
WCS 1-800-288-9214 ext.
2332
MEDICARE DIABETICS -
FREE METER!!! No cost
Diabetes Supplies. DIA-
BETIC SHOES. No Cost to
You!!! Join Diabetes
Care Club. FREE Mem-
bership. FREE Delivery.
1-800-316-6391 .Call
NOW!
ORDER MEDS ONLINE OR
BY PRONE Phentermine,
Soma, Ambien, Adipex,
Carisoprodol, Ultram,
ViaPra, Methocarbamol0
Levitra. No previous
prescription required.
Call Toll Free
866-438-6656 or
www.integraRx.com



liver. 813-50-3926
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
Wheel Chair, electric,
Pronto M51, 6 mos old.
Cost over $5K. Sell for
$1495. OBO Can deliver
local. 813-245-5594
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
430 Office Equip.
430 & Furniture

ARM CHAIRS, DESKS,
FILES CONF TABLES,
COPIERS NEW USED,
SCRATCH & DENT
635.9255 / 5414 N 56th
BOOKCASE-S200 desk-
15, filing cabinet-$200-
all oak excellent condi-
tion. Photo copier-$175,
glass top desk-$50 (813)
282-9062
COPY MACHINE, Digital
85 copies per mm, auto I
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 2
side copies, print
directly from computer.
Up to 100,000 copies per
mo, low meter,
813-684-1068


I430 Office Equip.
430 & Furniture

Cubicle Summer Sale!
20% off all used work
stations. All sizes Free
Installation. Best Prices
in State. Chuck 966-1072
Desks, Student Desks
Chairs & Other office
Equip. Clearance Sale
Call Joe 1st, 601-4508
1503 WBusch Blvd. Ste D
WORKSTATIONS (50),
Hayworth, 8x8, 1 flipper,
I shelf, corner work sur-
face, grey in color, $550.
Delivery & set up avail-
able. WE Buy Worksta-
tions. (727) 647-2170
Bulldozers on way. 20,000
sf o office furniture.
502 Caesar St
across from The Forum.
813-629-0882 433-4323
Sale M-F 9-4.
431 Computers &
431 Equipment

$99 Internet Rejav,
Com put-r. La plt:,. "
starting a. $149. 21'
monitors starting at $99
New systems starting at
$299.2316 W. Linebaugh
PC Services 931.4976
A NEW COMPUTER
BUT NO CASH?
You're APPROVED-
Guaranteed! New-Fast
Famous Brand. NO
CREDIT CHECK. Bad
Credit- Bankruptcy OK.
1-800-420-0326
10A-9P EST Mon-Fri
Checking Account Req'd
WWW.PCSFORALL.COM

AMD PRO SYS $299
XP SYSTEMS
*R2400+XPSys. $499
*R 2800+ XP Sys. $599
All XP Systems are New
with 256MB DDR RAM,
52X CDRW, 40GB 7200 HD,
WIN XP,3 Yr Ltd Warr!
17" Monitors Grd A $75
Used Laptops from $399
Computer Service
Starting at $24.95
Don't Pay Hourly Rates!
813-635-9396
US 301 & Hwy 60 (Adamo)
Visa/MC/AE/Discover
* BIG SALE * HUGE
inventory. 14-21" moni-
tors $15 up. Pentium II &
III Systems $40 & up. 200
tochoosefrom. 886-1494
*Big Sale*Huge Inventory
Hard Drive $5.00
64 Memory $10.00
128 Memory $23.50
256 Memory $40.00
AGPVideo Card $5.00
Floppy Drives 03.00
CDROMs $7.00
Creative Sound Cards $4
56K Modems $15.00
3Com 10/100 $7.00
Speakers "New" $5.00
H DeskJetPrinters $30
HP Laser Printers $40.00
Lexmark Laser Prntrs $60
NEWATX CASES $30.00
52x24X52 CDRW $50.00
S** 813-886-1494***
COMPUTER REPAIRS &
UPGRADES! $40 TOTAL
FOR LABOR. WHY PAY
MORE? 813-681-6713

Dell P11 Systems
W/Monitor $100
Workstation from $75
813-635-9396
US 301 & Hwy 60 (Adamo)
Laptop Below WholeSale
New/Used! Dell, IBM!
Beat all prices. Wireless
Internet, leather case
avail. Starting@ $250.
100% FINANCING
813-GOT-LAPTOP
CALL 813-468-5278
www.buzztech.net
We Offer Low Cost Com-
puters. Starting from
$225 & up. Complete
systems. Call Chris
813-884-4433 ext 242
14 Commercial
4321Equipment

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
Letterpress/Offset/RL
PRINTING EQPT.
& SUPPLIES
Tampa Thermo/251-0185

TRASH PUMP, 3" whose
$675. GENERATOR, 4KW
w/warranty, $775.
813-982-9335

Veemer Bore Rigs, x2
2000 model Veemer
24x40, complete Bore
Rigs ready to go to work.
Priced to sell.
Call 936-598-7800
1 Restaurant/
434 Hotel Equip
6y2 x10 2003 FOOD CON
CESSION TRAILER fully
equipped, $7,500obo.
(727) 738-5508
BAY RESTAURANT SUP-
PLY NEW & USED EQUIP-
MENT LOWEST PRICES
IN FLORIDA
813-886-1121
CLOSED 7/20/04 All Res-
taurant Equipment,
Must Sell, freezers,
refrig., fryer, sinks, to
the walls. 727-686-7240
DELI MEAT SLICERS
& 20 qt MIXERS all makes
& models, SS, used,
some like new.
727-515-4501.584-9181


I434 Retaurant/
4 Hotel Equip
GRILLS, Walk-In Coolers,
Pizza Ovens, Mixers,
Hoods, Fryers Call
727-581-9293
Restaurant Equipment &
Furniture for sale! Ev-
erything you will need to
start a paint your own
pottery studio and cafe.
Call 813-263-4065.
Restaurant Out Of Busi-
ness, salad/sand, refrig.
prep unit $1485; refrig.
pizza preptable $1875;
4' deli/salad display
case $1450; 6 burner
range $965; + more
Roger @813-760-6062
Traulsen refrip, $500.
receptical, 6 & 3'ss
tables candy stove, 6'
racks/ shelves, hotdog
steamer, deep fryer.
813-962-8251
Store
435 Fixtures-
Equipment
DISPLAY CASES, glass,
nice $500. Gray office
desks, $50 each.
813-514-1268.

DISPLAY CASES,
USED CLOTHES RACKS
SHELVES, COUNTERS.
WHSE FULL 813-886-8400
Fixtures/Office
Equipment
The Bradenton Kmart
Store is closing-
Everything must go!
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
n 0 Builder's
440 "" Supplies

A&B /4" 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
gkg, Galvalume-Plus,
onap-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

BASEBOARD
Wood, new, 10,000' avail-
able at $.25 per foot.
813-886-8494:389-5336
BUILDING SUPPLIES
Rated Sheathing Plywood
15/32" 4x8 4-Ply $15.18 ea
Concrete Mix 601b. $2.39
801b $2.89 each
Sakrete Blacktop Patch
60lb $6.49 each
Gatlin's Go For Cash, Inc.
2705 E Hanna Ave. Tampa
813-239-9284
CEDAR Beams, 6x6,3x12,
4x12, 4x8
813-689-7004


Ceramic/Wood
BLOWOUT SALE
Wood $1.79/sf,
Ceramic .79;/sf. Carpet
Rems .49/sf. 831-8080
FENCE SALE
6X8 Board on Board
Only $19.95
Hurry While Supplies Last
813-681-6181
FLOORING
Prefinished oak still in
boxes, 2308sf. @ $2.25/sf.
Will split, 813-225-1298
GATES, New, Ornamental
Choose your design,
Approx 14'$775;
V 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 Qty.
Discounts For Cash.
813-782-0049

MEXICANTILE*
ALL SIZES
FINISHED and RAW
*813-884-6127 *
Prefinished Brazilian
Cherry/Bamboo/Bruce
Oak Flooring. $2.89/sf.
813-426-6470

Want Ads


440 Builder's
Supplies

Solid Oak Flooring, %"
Thick, 2 1A" wide $1/sf,
Alsoavailable in3" 4" &
5" wide also Maple.
813-426-6470

STAIR TREADS
Maple, Oak, Walnut, etc.
813-426-6470
I Sheds &
444 Carport








24x30x9 Enc. concrete
slab 36" dr & 2 7x8 ga-
rage doors Inst. $10,800
813-788-3501 713-2333
www.jobobs.com
UNCLAIMED BUILDINGS.
Two left 25x40, three left
30x40, one left So0x 100.
Will sell for balance
owed. Brand new. Never
erected. Call Charlie toll
free (888)747-8335.
ALL STEEL BUILDINGS
25x28 was $8,300, sell
$4,990. 30x46 was
$14,300 sell $6,980.
48x100 wIas $27800, sell
$15,950. Call Now! Joe
(800)392-7817
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
installed; 18x21 Build-
ings from $2,375;
Cal for More sizes
813-299-3798 .681-5468
1445 Tools
14" Delta Band Saw,
w/Hgt Extention, Mobile
Base, Exc. Cond.$400; &
other Misc tools
a 813-269-99171
' 4 Machinery &
449 Heavy Equip.

2001 2070XL Mobark
Chipper w/Cummins
Diesel $14,900. 1993
1635A Rayco Grinder,
$5,900.813-651-2782
You'll find value bu s
advertised in Classified
each and every day
Automotive Brake Lathe
disc/drum FMC $1900.
Torque converter flush-
er $350.10,000 lb asyme-
tric 2 post lift $2895.
727-458-0639.
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, NewUsed
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
F RKLIFT-TOYOTA,
50001bs for warehouse,
propane, 3 stage side
shift. BEST OFFER.
V 813-806-5465
FORKLIFTS-Ringlift has
"As Is" to fully second.
Stop and see why we
give the best value in re-
cond. forklifts in the
state. Huge inventory.
1401 US Hwy. 301 N. Tpa.
Larry, 813-620-1337.
Generator, new, Makita
6100 with wheel kit. List
$ 1900. Sacrifice for
1500 firm. 813-741-9083

Pressure Washing Equip-
ment & Trailer for sae.
Call for details.
813-654-6464
Want Ads
WELDER/GENERATOR
Miller Bobcat 225 Plus,
Like New Only 70 Hours
Kohler, Always Garaged
$2,195 obo 813-948-0452
450 Sporting
450 Goods

Airsoft Guns, full line hi-
qual. weapons, M4/M16
Aug HK AK, FN sales,
Host mil sim. scenario
games, ATAC 685-2612
AR-15, w/.223 $600;
new Saiga 308 w/ scope,
$400; Mac 90 7.62x39
$300, pvt owned
813-478-9369
ARMALITE AR50 SWAR
scope 6x24 ch. d. soft
case. 10ords fired. $2750.
FL ID. Ask for Dave
813-631-0313
GUNS M1 Garand $600,
Ml Carbine w/high cap
mag $450, Mosin Ganant
$179, Yugo SKS $250
45ACP Daley $400.00. All
like new.(813) 205-6087
HUNT CLUB, approx. 3000
ac, deer/hog only, still
hunt no camp, 1Fzhrs
from Tpa $1250/ member.
352-208-3156 or
352-843-8993 or
352-351-1999
HUNT CLUB Green Top
2015 acres, southern
zone. Membership $650
Dublin GA
I 404-433-7342 U
HUNTER's WANTED for
MONSTER DEER in West-
ern KY on priv. Farms.
Meals & lodging incl.
Jim Baker (606)226-2260


4 Sporting
450 Goods

Inventory Reduction
All long guns in store
10% over cost. Freedom
Outfitters & Firearms
2311 Thonotosassa Rd
Plant City 1-4 Exit 19
813-754-GUNS
NEW GUN SALES
9mm $120
45$159.99 38Spl$199
Home Def Shotgun $200
Sam's813-931-8498Tm a
Crown 788-2520 Z'hills

POOL TABLE $1450
4x8 all solid wood
Professional series 1"
Italian slate, Leather
pockets, decorative
legs topquality felt, K66
Rails,, w/access,
lifetime warranty, still in
crate, can deliver & set
up. 813-657-8449
POOL TABLE 4x8 Leisure
Bay. Excellent condi-
tion. Complete accesso-
ries included. $950 (813)
254-8176
Pool Table, 8', carved
legs, Italian 1" slate w/
access. & balls. New, still
in crate. Cost $4k sell
$1695.(352) 637-3100

POOL TABLE 8'
high end professional se-
ries, 1" Italian slate cus-
tom leather pockets
solid wood, K-66 speed
rails, NFL buc felt, still in
case. Cost $5000 Sacri-
fice$1250 813-273-8177
POOL TABLE, 8' PROFES-
SIONAL, 1" Italian slate
leather pockets, K68
speedrail, custom NFL
Bucs felt, never used.
Can deliver. Cost $5K.
Sacrifice $1,250. Call:
IV 813-273-8177%

POOL TABLE
A Professional Series 4X8
Table with 1" Italian
slate, Ithr pockets,
carved legs. New, still in
box. Can deliver & setup
$1350
813-926-8507
Pool Table, American
Heritage. Ornate de-
sign, oak. Inci rack, cue
sticks, balls. 4x8. $2500
727-937-3434
POOL TABLE, New In Box
Slate, Choice Cloth, Color
Equip Incl., $995. Buy,
SeIl, Trade Used Tables.
Robertson Billiards
813-229-2778
World's Largest Custom
KnifeShow
Knifemakers Guild Show.
Orlando Marriott World
Center. 7/30-8/1.
Sat 10-6, Sun. 10-4.
V/2 off $7.50 admission
w/this ad. 1-4 exit 67A.
Info: Dan 813-967-1471
WANTED OLD
Surfboards, Longboards
Cash Buyer will Pick Up!
(407)620-6295
CONCEALED WEAPONS
CLASSES
Class G & Class G Requal.
Home Protection
813-643-1370 245-2719
Georgia Hunting Lease,
1250 acres, maintained
food plots, electric wa-
ter, $1,000 Call (863)
859-0323; 863-581-0593
S Exerciset
451 Equipment

BOWFLEX PowerPro XTL
310 Ibs with leg, lat &
squat attachments.
$900 OBO
813-766-3891

BOWFLEX
WANTED
813-994-6930
WEIGHT BENCH, 1500 Lbs
of weights, leg press,
haxsquat lat machine
$1000 obo 813-237-8318

Look Great Naked
Treadmill
249-549-4477
4 1 Health
56 Products

Free Prescription Medi-
cations! Regardless of
age. Sponsored by U.S.
pharmaceutical compa-
nies. Please call to see if
you qualify.
1-800-615-8331
HERBALIFE
FREE Body Analysis
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
mall or Spa. 352-874-7528
29 PEOPLE WANTED to
get paid $$$ to lose up to
30 pounds in the next 30
days. Natural *Guaran-
teed 1-888- 306-2634

Lose Weight Now!
For a free body analysis
Call 888-203-0958
www.adieting4u.com
Power
460 1 Mowers

Dixie Chopper & Lazer
Long Blocks in Stock
750-850 Inst/Guar
Koh V-Twins For ZTR's
Cranks & Cams 236-3363


Powers
460 Mowers I

DIXIE CHOPPERS!!
60" & 42" both in exc
cond. Starting @ $3,800
new 50" $5,500
813-661-9662; 299-5496
GRAVELY, 60", runs good,
all new wiring $1200.
48" LESCO, newtires $700
813-982-1292

JOHN DEERE GX85 rear
bagging riding lawn
mower, like new, $1300.
813-244-2604

Mobile Repair Service
Toro-Scag-Exmark
Bunton-Dixie Chopper
Hydro's-Parts-Engines
Cranks & Cams 236-3363
Riding Mower, 52",
Exmark Lazer, 3 yrs old,
good condition, $3500.
07-467-8589.

Riding mower, Snapper
38" cut, 3 yrs old good
condo. $800.
813-654-5307

Riding mower, Weed
Eater brand 42" cut,
19HP hydro drive. $600.
813-926-1910.

1465 Lawn & Grdn I
FREE HORSE MANURE!
Great For Gardens!
YOU HAUL!!
Local delivery available.
813-661-1096
1 Nurseries/
469, | Trees

6'x6' Ligustrum $25.
6'-8' crape myrtles $20.
Large live Oaks
Treeliquidation
47228130 813-477-7949
CACAO (Chocolate trees)
Rare 5'-7' Silk Floss,
Golden Shower, Tabe-
bulias & Segos.
813-831-2177 #47234056
FRUITTREE SALE
CREPE MYRTLE SALE
90 Varieties: Lemon-Lime
Orange-Tangerine-Fig
Pummeo-Guava-Avcado
Mango-Fl. Peach-Plum
Star-Aloe-Magnolia
813-752-4938 #47216934
LIVE OAKS, 45 gal. 4"-16'
$75U25 gal 3"-12'$50;
LIGUSTRM 45 gal 8'$125
813-748-8641 or 986-3302
Reg #47220672
480 1 Dogs I

Afghan To Yorkies

All Puppies Inc
4323W. KennedyBIvd.
Puppies, access&food.
15% off supply. w/coupon.
V 813-288-4929V
i" Lic#P0356763 *
ALAPAHA BLUE BLOODED
BULL DOG puppies, ARF
reg, 1 wht, 1 brindle, 2F,
5 months old. Call for
price (863) 559-9029
AMERICAN ESKIMO Pure
breed puppies, 8 wks old
& ready f go. All shots,
wormed, hli certs &
micro chipped. $500/ea
863-294-7264

AUSTRAILIAN SHEPHERD
puppies, purebred, par-
ents on prem. $200
(941) 377-6016
BASSET HOUND PUP,
AKC, 4 mos old male
tri-colored, updated
shots, $250.
813-684-4046 aft 4pm .
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
Border Collie Puppies 16
wks, health certificates,
parents on premises,
$450. Also adult male for
sale. 352-628-5255
BOSTON TERRIER, AKC,
Health certificates,
shots, champion back-
ground, beautifully brin-
dled, 4 year old Male,
$300.813-737-9631
BOXER PUPPIES, 9 weeks
old, 1 White Male, 2
White Females, shots,
wormed, tails docked,
dew claws removed.
$400 ea. 863-533-2621
BOXER PUPPIES, AKC,
champ bloodlines, 3
beautiful M, 2 stunning
F, ready now starting at
$600. (727) 530-5043

BOXER PUPPIES
M/F, Fawn, hlth certs,
$500, 1 adult F, AKC
$300.352-303-6315
BOXER PUPS AKC, male
8 wks, fawn, vet
checked $600.
813-685-7028.

Boxer Pups Beautiful AKC
Reg, 5 generation
champs, hand raised,
fawns & flasheys,
Parents on Premises,
Vet ready 7/17, $600
727-992-1304, 859-9950
BULL MASTIFF PUPS,
AKC, Champ BL,
Fawps/Brindles. $800-
$1000. Stud avail.
813-335-6704
Want Ads







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1480 I Dogs I
CHIHUAHUA AKC & CKC
puppies, shots,
wormed M&F.
$4(800-$450
(863)682-1209
CHIHUAHUA PUPS (4)
Black males, apple
head, pedigree, $300.
813-545-3801
vvvY vvvv
CHIHUAHUA PUPS
AKC, M-F all shots &
worming, vet 'd, Adult
size 3-41bs $350
863-655-0978
COCKER SPANIEL PUP
Solid Lite Buff, F, 15 wks,
AKC Shots Current,
Very Loving
$350 -813-855-6505
COCKER SPANIELS 2 lit-
ters, 1lit. black & 1 lit.
buff, reg, vet v ready
now! Parents on prem.
813-886-6433 -
COLLIE Puppies, AKC reg,
7 ready to go Aug 1st.
Reserve now. Starting at
$250. Call for details
813-436-6776
Corgi Pembroke Puppies,
CKC, $600. Credit Cards
&Debit Cards Accepted.
Call (352)523-1360
or(813)299-1626
DACHSHUNDS-Ready to
go! 2 boys, 1 long haired
red double dapple
girl/blue eyes.
813-782-0442
ENGLISH BULL DOGS (2)
1-F 1/2 yr old, 1-M 5 yrs
old, must be sold as a
pair to a loving, quiet
child free home $1800
obo 813-242-4226;
813-404-4453
ENGLISH BULL DOG PUP
Wht w/Brnd. 7 mos old
Male AKC, champ.
blood, Pay plan avail.
$1200 813-653-0000

ENGLISH BULLDOG
PUPPY male, 10 wks
old, $1700.813-818-4665

English Bulldog, Male
puppy, 8 wks,rindle,
AKC, Health certs.
Champ lines. $1200.
813-918-1397
ENGLISH POINTER Pups,
fully blooded/good hun-
ting line, 7wks, parents
on site 1st shots, $125.
813-626-0913/731-0507
German Shepard Pups
Pure bred, no papers,
black & tan parents on
premises. Health certs.
Ready now. $250
813-661-6822
GERMAN SHEPHERD
PUPS '$265
Parents AKC. Call Pam
813-610-6837
Golden Retriever, Beauti-
ful Pups, AKC, vet check,
1st shots, parents on
premises, $500. Ready
to go. 813-661-6613
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
highest quality
pedigree light golden,
mother & father at loc
$1000/ea 813-874-8333
HAVANESEPOOS $600 & 1
Male Rat & 1 male Pom,
Coming soon Bichon-
poos. Iic# po4066641
813-785-2273 -247-2285
JACK RUSSELL PUPS CKC
reg $300 M, $350 F, hlth
cers, short hair, ready
7/27/04. Taking dep.
813-757-0373
JACK RUSSELL/RAT
Terrier puppies, 8 wks
old, M/F cuties, 1st
shots, $225 cash.
813-982-0134
LAB PUPPIES, Chocolate,
AKC reg. block heads, all
shots &wormed. Health
certificates. M & F. $350.
813-363-3150
LAB puppies CKC yellowr
8wKs, gorgeous, 1st
shots, vet cd, champi-
on lines. $450
Lakeland (863) 682-8310
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
wormed, vet cert. Block
head, champ, bkgrd.
Pedigrees. Parents/
grandparents on site.
$500 352-307-0772
LAB PUPS, AKC yellow
males, ready now! HIth
certs, all shots, champ
lines parents on premis-
es $250.813-833-5919
It's A Buyers' Market........
.........and Classified is the
BUYER'S MARKETPLACE!


1480 1 Dogs I
LAB pups, beautiful blk
M/F. Ready to go,
Champ ped, 1st shots,
health cert. POP, 2 yr
guar. Raised w/ famiy
$500 Call 813-662-2475
LAB PUPS, Chocolate,
AKC, shots, wormed,
Champion background,
pedigree, Ready to go
ome. $50.985-7338
LABRADOR PUPPIES,
Yellow &Blk. 1st shots &
AKC reg. $400 ea.
Available July 12th.
813-781-9031
LABRADOR Pups, Choc.
CKC reg, hth certs,
parents on site, taking
dep. Ready 8/5. $350.
352-586-7594,344-2014
LABS, AKC, YELLOW
Beautiful! Wormed/
Shots, Parents on prem-
ises. Ready 7/8/04. $525.
813-924-8220
LABS CHOCOLATE Pup-
pies, AKC, champion
bloodline, vet checked,
health cert. $350.
813-764-8195' 877-5373
PEKINGESE PUPS, CKC,
AKC, whites & many
colors, family raised,
photos now avail. $350-
Up., 352-591-2271
PIT BULL Puppies, Red
nose, 11wks & ready to
go. All shots Castillo
bloodlines, $360/ea obo
813-933-1084
POODLE, toy, male, 9 mos
old, affectionate &
playful. $325.
13-962-7502

POODLES Standard Black
& CKC Ready 8/5; taking
dep. Non shedding, hy-
po allergenic. $650 San
Antonio FL 813-997-7714
PROTECTION DOGS
German Shepherd/Ma-
linois$1500 ea;- 1-yrfem.
German Shep/m. Dutch
Shep, $1000 ea. 941-322-
6082or 941-232-3100
www.vonstorm.com
PUG Puppies AKC, fawn
females, 1st shots &
health certs. $500; also
Porm female $300; 863-
884-2123941-628-2641
Rat Terrier Puppies, 1M,
1Fm, Adorable, UKC
Health Cert. To good
homes $300-$350.
727-686-9617
RAT TERRIER PUPS, UKCI
Beautiful. See pictures:
www.mccartysrat
terriers.com
$325 & Up. 352-591-2271
Rottweilers 9 wks, shots,
health certs & vet v
w/papers German, 3
males $500 each;
813-986-9228,841-3705
ROTTWEILERS, AKC with
Health certificates
4 Females
$350 each
Call 813-985-1785
SAINT BERNARD PUPPIES
AKC. Avail 7/5. Both par-
ents present $550 (352)
332-5215




300 813-659-9337
SHIH TZU 2 females $400
Parents on prem. cash
only. 8 weeks old, Call
813-719-6633
ST BERNARD MALE YEAR
OLD GREAT FAMILY PET
MOVING MUST SELL
MANY EXTRAS!! $300
(813)689-0583
ST BERNARD Puppies
AKC Ready 8/27/04Tak-
ing Deposits. 1 Female,
4 Males $1,000
3 813-948-06261
STAFFORDSHIRE Bull Ter-
rier Pups, AKC champ
bloodlines, M & r
$1000-$1,500. Serious
only, 813-754-6532
TAMP out ITCHAMACAL-
LITS! Promote healing &
hairgrowth without ste-
roids.Shampoo with Ha-
py Jack Itch No More,
apply Happy Jack Skin
Balms add Tonekote
to food. TSC STORE
813-707-1185
DID FIDO EXTEND THE
FAMILY? Place an ad in
class 480 and unleash
some of those pups!


1480 1 Dogs I
WESTIE, Male, CKC,
health cert, cash, $650.
Also Yorkie Mix, $350.
www.preciouspups.net
Brooksville(352)796-8355
YORKIE AKC PUPS baby-
faced must see! Vet ,
POP, $600 & $650.
P 813-932-17929

YORKIE DOB: 9/03 Male,
up to date shots, with
extras. $450 Firm
813-661-2087
YORKIE & MALTESE. I
have both breeds. Some
tiny. $550 & Up.
941-322-9563. Cash
Please.

Puppies 4 Sale
ark Ave. Puppy
813-662-2592
Lic# P04062440
1481 Cats |
BALINEASE kittens,
identical twins, 7 wks
old. Sold as set only.
$300.813-664-9623

BENGAL, 18 months,
show quality, neutured,
declawed. Better w/no
kids or pets. $140
813-785-3091
BENGALS (2) F (1) M kit-
tens, brown spotted,
brown marble, spotted
white Lynx/blue eyes,
HC $390 (727)992-4544

I Kittens&CatsV
Free to good home. Spay-
ed, neutered some vac-
cines (813)9963-6612
Kittens
To Good Homes. Spayed,
neutered, shots,
wormed, tested
813-254-4975
PERSIAN KITTENS, CFA
reg, shaded Silver, 8 wks
old, M & F $225 cash.
813-961-4869

14821 Birds
BLUE/GOLD MACAWS 5
yr male, lyr female,
10x4x4, outdoor cage 4
up, 3x2 hvy duty
wheeled cage. $2900
obo. 813-842-4960
Breeder Bird Sale. Nu-
merous birds & cages,
large and small. Breeder
boxes. 727-741-7370,
727-741-0795.
BREEDER BIRDS-Proven
Senegals $450. Proven
Blue Front Anazons
$1200. Bonded Scarlet
Macaws $1550. Bonded
Scarlet & B&G $1200.
Bonded Blue Front Ama-
zons $900. Bonded Yel-
low Nape Amazons
$1000. Bonded Senegals
$350. Single male Sene-
gal $150. Single female
Senegal $250. Sin le
male Congo Grey $600.
(352) 429-8242
corkybird@aol.com
PARROTS, Proven Breed-
ingpair of Senegal Par-
rots $500. Rainbow Lory
$350. Baby Senegal Par-
rot $350.813-391-9063

4 Garage, Yard
499 Sales, Etc.

Big 5 Family Yard Sale
Sat 7/318am-3pm,
3605 Fortner Rd',
Mowers, Weed-eaters,
Furniture & More. If
Rained out 8/7 8am-3pm
BRANDON, Garage Sale,
Fri. 7/30, Sat. 731 8:30-
12.705 Dew Bloom Rd. 1,
mile S. of 60 off Lithia Pi-
necrest. Misc. house-
hold items, holiday dec-
orations & collectibles.
DOVER 14428 Farm Lane
Off of Wooten Rd, Sat
7/31,Mutli Family Boys
Clothes Shoes, Lunch
boxes, backpacks, Air
hockey table, bike,
Household & Misc Items


MOVING

DOVER 15108 SYDNEY
RD SATURDAY 7/31,
8A&M-2PM. VARIETY O0
MISC ITEMS
Turn to Classified to:
BUY IT.
SELL IT.
FIND IT.


S Garage, Yard
499 Sales, Etc,

HUGE YARD SALE Sat 7/31
7am-3pm Plant City,
1565 Bonnie Loop Rd, off
Thonotosassa Rd across
from Aamco, School
clothes very nice size
5-12 yrs girls, To much
misctolistMUSTSEE
LITHIA, 2231 Nichols Rd,
Carport Sale, Fri & Saf
7/30 & 31, Furniture,
Clothes, Odds & Ends
plus Misc Items


MOVING

PLANT CITY, 1402 Red-
bud Circle, Fri & Sat 7/30
&31.8am-lpm, Comput-
er, printer & fax ma-
chine office supplies.
household goods, small
electirc appliances and
LOTS more STUFF we
don't won't to move.
PLANT CITY 415 N Wilder
Rd, Sat 7/31, 7am-2pm,
Maternity and Baby
clothes & items, Misc
household Items




PLANT CITY 4813 Nes-
mith Rd, Fri & Sat 7/30 &
31, Furniture, Dishes,
Misc & ETC
PLANT CITY. Next To New
Consignment giant50%
off safe. July 19th-31st.
All clothes, shoes &
handbags. 109 West
Reynolds, 719-8922.
PLANT CITY WALDEN
LAKE 1903 SWEET BAY
COURT, FRI& SAT 7/30 &
31 9AM-2PM BABY
CLOTHES, FURNITURE &
MISC ITEMS
SELLING YOUR CAMPER?
Place an ad in class 562
and see how many buy-
ers pop up
VALRICO 2326 Kenwick
Dr. Fri & Sat /130& 31.
Clothing kidi sizes mur
adult, Microwave, DVD
Player, Lots of Misc
Walden Lakes Moving
Sale 2909 Pine Club Dr.
Fri 7/30 & Sat 7/31.
8a-12p. Hshold, electron-
ics, a bit of everything.
500-549
Farmer's Market

nn I Fruits &
500" Vegetables

Green Peanuts, Mon-Fri
8am-lpm, end of
Galligher Rd, S. of 1-4
813-918-0774
PEANUTS, GREEN, Fresh
Daily bushel orV/2 bu. M-
Sun 8-p, can order boiled
peanuts. 813.659.2652
813.477.6631813.781.7987
St. Martin Farms,
Highway 39 S., Plant City
Florida. For Sale Black
eye & Conk Peas &
Green Peanuts by the
bushel. Peas can be
shelled. 813-917-1756
TRAPNELL FARM
FOR LEASE IRRIGATED
813-759-8079
15101 Farm Equip. I
Bush Hog 4FT 3pt, $250.
5FT Finish Mower, 3pt,
$425. Both for $600.
Call (813)625-6911

Want Ads
John Deer Tractor model
950 fully reconditioned,
w/5' finish cut mower
deck, & 5' box blade, all
$7,000 obo 813-719-9692

SICKLE BAR
For grass or hay like new
Asking $1,00
Call: (352) 583-4753
Tractor-New Holland
TC40 (40HP), frt load,
4WD, hydro shift, top
cover, 115 hrs like newi
$19.5k obo 813-431-6147
WINDMILLS 6' windmill,
27' tower $1800 8'
windmill, 27' tower
$2000 for sale $2,000
Firm, (352) 603-3630
1 Horses &f
525 Livestock
Quarter Horse-$500,
Pony-$500, Mini-$200
All Kid-safe. + 30 more!
Will finance anyone. $0
dn, $100/mo. Many
beautiful paints! Will
trade & rent $15/hr,
$25/day. Call now:
813-649-1126 www.
suncitystables.com
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. bidlins. West sdls
$75 & up. 813-986-6909


525 Horses &
525Livestock
PALAMINO PONY, lg
golden mare, $7000.
REY PONY, sm. fancy
mare, eng or west
$4000. Both started over
jumps, 813-986-6909
Free Horse if boarded
with us! Full board*
$250/mo. Horses rented
$15/hr, $25/day Call
now 813-649-1126 www.
suncitystables.com
BEEF CALVES FOR SALE
Weaned, On Feed,
Vaccinated, 3-8 mos old.
$300-$400 ea. Delivery
Avail 863-581-5322

MINI HORSES
(12) gentle
Asking 400 and up
Call: (352) 583-4753
BUYING All Types of
Horses, Ponies, tack,
trailers & equipment.
Top prices- paid. Call
now: 813-649-1126
Standardbred 3yr filly
very gentle. Would
make exc pleasure or
driving horse. $1200.
813-659-2840
SHEEP GOATS & RAM,
raised locally, naturally
fed, all colors, males
females Lutz, call Mike
813-294-9797
Belgian Gelding, Gor-
Seous, 6 yrs, 17.1H,
oads, clips, etc. Green
broke. Must sell. $2,000
firm. 813-967-1373
Saddles -
528 Togs & Tack
Pessoa GenX 16.5 English
Saddle w/sprenger
stirrups & Ithrs. 6 Mos
old. $1300.813-948-7965

550-599
Recreation


560 IMotor Homes
560 -RVs
18'JAYCO Chevy 1995
Camper, 65K, Irig, mi-
crowave, sink, Pristine.
5.0 30 amp A/C, loaded,
$14,300.8 3-839-2343
24'1986 Establishment CL
C, all orig., low mi, runs
& looks great, all opt's,
w/ generator Must see,
$5600obo.?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
26' 2003 LEXINGTON Low
mi, DVD, tv, satellite, CD,
nosmoking/pets.
Excellentcondition.
$45Kobo 813-245-7219
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' AIRSTREAM LAND
YACHT 1998, 42K miles,
no smoke/no pets, exc
condition, $39,500.
813-920-9903 244-9244
30' Excutive 1972 Top of
the line, self contained,
1500 amp gen, sleeps 6,
Dodge 440, EZ on gas.
$4250 813-545-5616
30' Winnebago Sightseer
2002,450 Chevy work
horse engine, sleeps 6,
lots of storage, 15.8K mi.,
living room slide-out,
generator, computer
workstation, freshly
detailed inside & out.
$68,400.813-986-0820
34' 1994 BOUNDER, Low
Miles. Generator. 2 TV's.
Jacks. Back Up Camera.
Queen Bed. $24,900.
352-583-4821
34' WINNEBAGO Elante
Exc. cond. Way below
market value. Just get in

35' 2001 DAMON
CHALLENGER. ext warr.
super slide. biank sys for
eng. ec. ,::'crid. S,8.000.
127.512 9967
35' GuNlstream 2000 25%
below NADA, 2 slides,
completely equipped,
extended warranty.
Owner financing.
$60,000. 941-730-5134 or
chitincorp@aol.com

45' Prevost Royale
1998 By Monaco. Detroit
Series 60 ISS. Gorgeous
inside & out, too many
features to list, garaged.
Call for spec. sheets &
pictures. $375,000/OBO.
St Pete 727-515-8995.
888-Bates RV Nearly 600
Airstream Jayco
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tampa.
MOTOR HOME $2,500
TRUCK $5,500
813-737-2141
1992 PACE ARROW 30ft.
$25,000. Good condition,
must see.
Call (352)799-5938
WEED out your old lawn
mower with an ad in
class 460!


I5 Campers &
562 Travel TrIrs

12' 1998 Starcraft Popup
w/slide, opens to 24,
sips 8, A/C, heat, refrig,
sink, stove, screen
room awning, exc cond.
$3,95b.813-988-4540.
19' 1987 NOMAD. Looks
great, all opt's, sleeps 4.
wning, A/C, tandem
axe. Mustsee! No leaks.
$2400 obo. 813-805-9136
1989 PopUp Rockwood,
large, refrigerator,
A/C, stove, sink.
Good condition, $2500.
813-249-7826
22' Flagstaff 2000 Pop Up,
A/C, Fridge, micro, toi-
let, shower, 12' awning,
screen room, brakes.
$4995 813-985-8205
22' ROCKWOOD, Pop-up
Camper w/slide out, AC
refrigerator, heat, hot
water sleeps 7, good
cond. $3800.813-727 4804
24'1999 Wilderness. ,Ec
cond fully equip, includ-
Ino eese hitch, many
extras incl queen bed,
$9,950.813-888-6011
25' Coachman, sleeps 6,
good condition, air aw-
ning, full bdrm & bath,
fully self cont. $8500
obo.813-380-2986
25' Coleman 2002
Caravan Travel Trailer,
Camping Equip, Many
Extras. Mint Cond.,
$13,000 813-968-6872
25'Shasta5th wheel, very
nice & very well kept,
lights, Fridge, A/C
Stove Clean! $4000
941-378-3829
27'2003 Keystone Laredo
5th wheel, 1 slideout,
queen bed, sleeps 6,
barely used, fully
equipped. many etras.
$22.500.813 68., 4971
Camper/Van, Horizon.
19', e c condo, AC, heal,
microwave, fridge,
toilet, awning, sleeps 4.
$4500.813-623-6175
15 Recreational
564 Rental I

NEW COLEMAN POPUP
Campers available for
rent. A/C, sink, stove,
frig. For reservations
call Lynn 813-546-1827
1565 1 RV Storage I
South Bay RV & Boat
Storage-Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000
Fowler & 1-75
RV's/Boats etc. Security,
$50/mo
813-986-3094
C'wood RV/Boat storage.
Sec pkg w/24 nr access,
bright night lighting &
wash area. From $35
813-968-4991; 505-2803
S80 Swimming
580 Pools & Spas

A-1 SPAS
Hot Summer Deals!
2-3-5-8 PERSON SPAS
a SAVE$$$$1n
4 Person Spa $1,995
5 Person Spa $2,495
8 Person Save $2000
DlxSpa Covers $249
Ozonators $149
PARTS-SERVICE
9017 ADAMO DRIVE
SW Corner Hwy 301 & 60
V 813-623-9997M
HOT TUB, Divorce,
sacrifice, never used, 7
therapy tub,20 jets,5hp.
Paid $3295. Sell $1350.
813-363-1475
HOTTUB New seats 5, hp
lots of jets, all digital,
blower ozone, party lite
waterfall, Cost $7K sacri-
fice $2500 813-966-2362

I MOVE SPAS
Sell/buy spas
Call (813)625-016524/7
JACUZZI 4 person, with
lounger, for sale. 5 yrs
old. Moved, must sell.
$1100 obo.
813-232-2118
New Pentair pool/spa
heater. 400 000 BTU
gas. Asking $1300 obo'
813-907-9804
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.

SPA $1385
Therapy Jets, Energy effi-
cient, 110V, Insulated
Cover, Warranty, New in
Crate.813-657-8449
SPA, 5-person w/lounger,
therapy jets, light, never
used, full warranty.
i- $1,675
I (813)760-1571*
SPA! HOTTUB! 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
Youll find value buys ad-
vertised in classified


580 Swimming
5 Pools & Spas
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.
407-256-5919;
888-222-3809
SPA! HOTTUB!
4-5 Person, Deluxe,
Therapeutic, Full
Warranty, Sacrifice
$1650 813-230-7782
SPA! Overstocked! New 7
person spa-Loaded! In-
cludes cover, delivery &
warranty. $2999, was
$5999 888-397-3529.
SPA! Overstocked!
New 7-Person spa! Load-
ed! Includes cover, de-
livery & warranty.
$2999, was $5999.
888-397-3529.
I5 Watere
58 Vehicles

SEAD00 1996 GTX
3 sweater, good cond, runs
g ood. Includes trailer.
2800 obo. 813-963-5131
YAMAHA 2000 700XL Exc.
Cond. Perfect In/Out &
Running w/trailer.
$2999 obo. 813-833-4441

KAWASAKI 1999 Jet Ski
ZXI 1100 Low hours, like
new, well kept. Must
sell. $3800 obo
813-631-0037
Yamaha GP760 Waverun-
ners (2), doubletrailer, 4
life vests,covers, an-
chors, battery chargers.
$5600.813-263-3534.1
Seadoo 1996 SPX, $2300.
Yamaha Waveraider 700
1996, $2100.
9813-889-0446

Place an ad in class 431
for computers and
equipment and see how
many "bytes" you get!
SEADOO GTI 1996 3 pass,
brand new engine (1 yr
war),trailer cover &
elec lift. $3K52-588-0908
or 813-928-6006

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

YAMAHA 1996 WAVE
RAIDER runs perfectly.
Just had baby, must sell!
$1499.813-935-8898

KAWASAKI 2001 1100 ZXI
low hours, exc cond. w/
trailer, cover and ac-
cess. $4950. Call:
813-785-7984
1584 1 Boats I
14'Boston Whaler 1993
Rage jet, bimini top,
very good conditions
w/tralwer. Runs great
$4200 (813)748-9512
14' SKINNY WATER SKIFF
Comply rebit from bow to
transom, all S/S rigging,
20 gal. live well, 0 hp
Johnson, runs sweet,
bimini must seel $2200
obo. 8i3-376-9892
15'2" SailFish 1996
50 HP Yamaha. Trailer
Live Well. Platform
Clean. Runs Great.
$5000 OBO. 931-4667.
1S'3" BOSTON WHALER,
1977 Classic, Mariner
90hp, serviced unit &
rebit carbs, runs great,
OMC T&T, trir, extras
incl. Can email pix,
$4200 obo. 813-833-2649
15'4" GHEENOE 2003
brand new, never used
w/ new Performance
trailer. Must see! $1200.
813-376-8666
Want Ads
16' 1998 ActionCraft, 24v
Trolling motor, Fish
finder, Loaded, 60hp
Bigfoot Merc. Incl. Trlr
$10,000obo 813-685-1543

16' CANOE
$150.OBO 813-737-3256
16' Gheenoe 2000 24hp
Merc, customized, front
drive, Cpt chrs, troller,
live bait well, aerator
polling plat form, $7000
obo 83-908-3962
17' 1991 Regal Bowrider
3.0L I/O like new, runs
great, bimini, 2 batt,
fishfinder, swim pltfm,
maint recs, lots more.
$5900 obo 813-917-7346
17'Cape Horn 1999 115Hp
Johnson CC, VHF, fish-
finder live well duel
batt, 40 g tank, S/S prop,
$9,750,813-963-6900
17' Cape Horn Yamaha
130HP, GPS, alum. slide
on trailer, jack plate,
AM/FM & more. $10k
080 813-239-7427
17' Key West 85 Hp Yam.
Trir, all 92, Moor. cover,
Duel Batt. Live Well Bim
top, S/S Pro,Exc. Cond.
$5,500 obo 813-269-9917
17'Mako Angler Series,
1975,'86115 merc. Man
extras Alum trlr, X-
cond. Runs great Email
pix. $4500 obo.
813-996-5664
17.4' '98 COBIA Flats, 90
hp Yamaha, w/trlr, Len-
co trim tab & mtrs, on-
brd computer, 20 gal
bait well, cvr, mmt condo.
$10K firm. 813-833-4441


1584 | Boats I
18' '00 Y3mara Jet Boat
Ltd Ed. XR1800 twin
155HP mtrs, low hrs on
boat, incl. trir, engines
runs but need some
work low retail $11K.
$6,500.813-985-3807
18' 2002 PALM BEACH
Whitecap 181, 115hp
Yamaha, bimini top exc.
cond. $9,500.
813-286-2223
18' Robalo, CC, 150 John-
son T top, comm'lly in-
stalled livewell, Rolls
trailer, Exc. Cond. May
trade for smaller boat.
$5,000.813-961-6364
18'Searay 2000, Bowrider,
I/O 135, depth finder,
VHF radio bimini oak
cover, trailer. $10,500
obo. (813)962-1868
18' VIP CC, 1994, 115 HP
Yamaha recently re-
built VHF, FF, trailer, liv-
ewell bikini exc cond.,
$6800. Dan 813-997-9653
19' 1999 Pro Line Center
Console, 2002 150 Merc
EFI w/ low hrs incl alum
trlr, possible electronics
$15K obo 813-245-9785
19'2" Grady White Tour-
nament (1999) Vista
top, w/1998 Mercury
135 Optimax, VHF GPS,
FF, plus extras, great
condition $24,669.
Call 813-685-2458
19'SEADART1990, CC,OB
90 HP, runs great, exc in
& out, all electronics, 2
live wells, $3150.
813-902-9807-967-3062
19 Ski Supreme 1985
inboard, bimni lop, 351
engine new interior
w/trailler, $6,000
813-948-1574
19ft G-3 2003 aluim.
w/warr, 175 v/max
Yamaha motor guide
Brute, Lowrance.
$18,995+ tax
813.684.9547
20' Fourwinds Cutty cab-
in, port a potty, elec-
tronics, runs great, new
trailer $4900 OBO,
813-727-2321
20' Hydrasport CC, great
shape, $2000 worth of
electronics. $15,000
813-368-4289
20' KEY WEST, moving,
mustsel I. 35hrs on90H
Yam,Conl;nental Irlr, VHF
radio trollin mtr Fbimi
ni, $1,500.813-681-1681
20' REGAL 1997 190HP
Volvo I.0. low hrs, CC.
potty sink,depth finder.
CD stereo, electronics
$12,500.813-659-1278
21' SEA PRO 1998, center
console 175 Evinrude,
GPS chart plotter,
Furino depth finder.
stereo, new oversized I
top cstm learning post
w/tmsh 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' YAMAHA 2003 LX210
270hp Jetboat Like new,
low hrs. Seats 7, CD/Ste-
reo. Berbercarpet, Bimi-
ni Top w/trailer.
$16995. Call
813-928-0012
21.5' Searay 215 Express,
2000, loaded, low hours
(160), ext warr 2006,
5.0L erc cruiser, w/trlr
$19,500 (813)994-1759
22' 1979 MFG Yellow fi-
berglass, OMC, 260HP
V8, super condition. All
equip. Ready to Go.

22'Chris Craft, LIKE NEW!
Large cuddy, 225 hp, 10,
full camper sink wash
off head, low hours
$15,200. 813-973-8105
13-963-55008W
22' Glasstream Bowrider,
w/out trailer, Merc
cruiser V-6, ss pro p
looks & runs great $5900
obo 727-643-7274
22' SeaRay Sundance,
Very Good Condition, In-
cludes good Trailer,
$11,500813-215-2129
813-884-2812
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/Vz' 1987 Bayliner Cabin
Cruiser. New carpet &
cushions inside. Cabin
w/ head stove, fridge,
sleeps 6. $8500 obo
813-624-2829
24' 1996 2440 ROBALO
cutty cabin, hard top,
loaded, twin merc 150hp
OB, alum trailer. $30K
Must See! 813-714-4548
24' 2004 Pontoon Live
well, GPS/Fish fndr, full
instr. panel, only 7hrs,
50HP Yamaha, Alum trir
$13K obo 813-355-6339
24' Mako 238 walk
around, '85 hull Yama-
ha 225, alum float on
trailer, all new electron-
ics. Great shape.
$10,500.813-892-6920.

it's. HELLO...GOOD BUY!


1584 Boats
25' 1989Wellcraft Coastal
WAC 1996 225 Johnson
aluminum trailer, rigged
for diving SSP $11,750
813-685-9229
25' 2003 Boston Whaler
Conuest 250hp Mercu-
ry, fish finder, GPS &
mapping, live well all
options, ready to fish
$56K 813-641-7229
25ft Wellcraft Sport fish-
erman. Cuddy cabin
1991 model with 2000
twin EFI Mercury en-
gines. Great shape.
eady to fish. $27,500.
Call 352-347-4470
31' 2004 Larson Cabrio
310, lift kept loaded
Garmin GPS, a/c, 2
refrig, head w/ shower
fully equip galley, full
canvas, windlass twin
Volvo5.7 MPI, 50 hours,
ext warranty until 2010
gen, Sirius stereo, First
ate Gold LCDTV/DVD
$109,000.813-672-1679
34FT 1988 Wellcraft Gran
Sport, twin 454 A/C,
alc/elec range, aft cab-
in, full camper canvas.
$28,000.813-493-96184

46.51999 Searay
450, Expridge
Asking $325,000 obo.
813-247-2299
Largest Volume Pontoon
Dealer in Florida.
Nauticstar Bay Boats.
www.donsboating.com
813-677-1300
15 Boat Slips I
585 Storage

South Bay RV & Boat
Storage -Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Morris Bridge Road,4mi
N. of Cross Creek Blvd.
RVs, boats autos, etc.
$35+ /mo. 813-866-5533
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+ /mo. Secured loc'n
813-684-9171
Carrollweod Outside
Storage! All boats/RVs
welcome. Secure facility/
24 hr acc. Reasonable
rates. 813-505-2803
Marine
586 Supplies &
Repairs
T-TOPS ANODIZED
ALUMINUM WITH NEW
CANVAS. CUSTOMIZED
TO FIT ANY BOAT.
$800 941-266-0903
1988? 235HP Evinrude,
not new, not pretty,
runs good.
S1.200.
Call (727)439-0707
2003 Ace Alum. boat
trailer, brakes on 1 axle,
SS hardware, torsion
bar susp. spare tire.
$2100.813-546-6252
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.
3 813-621-01079
JOHNSON OUTBOARD 9.9
HP, $450 or trade for
3-5HP, good condition.
813-289-3496
600-649
Transportation

I Automotive
619 Services

EXPRESS LONG DIS-
TANCE MOVING to New
York, New England, & all
states in between. Cus-
tomer rated A+ Air ride
trucks. Free estimates &
friendly service. Reloca-
tion Specialists. (Lic
# M C299938)
1-800-941-3767.
MOVING Weekly trips to
Ohio, Michigan, Illinois,
Indiana, Pennsylvania
New Jersey, and all
states between. Profes-
sional, licensed, in-
sured. Before you rent a
truck ortrailer call SAVE
$$. 1 piece, housefull.
1-800-248-2906.
Complete Automotive
Repairs, Engines, Trans-
missions, Best Prices.
George's Automotive
813-231-2333
Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
Engines & Transmissions
Used & Rebuilt-90 days
up to 3 yrs warr. Install
avail. M-F 9-5. Mem BBB
813-907-5519
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z, guaranteed
work. Installation
available & everything
elese. Call Rob for
prices: 813-610-1535
u tility
627 Trailers

13' 2003 HAULMARK
Enclosed V-Nose Trailer
Excellent Condition.
$2500 obo
Call Johnny 813-241-5728










I6271 Utility
Trailers
2004 Haulmark Low
Hauler, 14', Edge &
Interior Pkg. Used Once.
Tandem Axii, $5,950
813-251-6738
6x6x12 2004 enclosed
white trailer, ladder
racks and shelving, only
4 months old $2,500
obo. Call 813-817-9760
7x14x7 Haulmark 2003
enclosed, shelves, lights,
pwr, exc! $3800 obo
813-967-1471

7X16 Enclosed Trailer
2004, plywood floors &
walls, ramp dr, side dr,
stone guard, roof vent
$3699 863-602-2193
-Utility tra, .er. 56.
enclosed, 31 alum n-ew
tires, e'c condo n1250
obo. 813-8792123 or
813-997-2449
69 I Trucks Light
I"" Duty I

CHEVY 1983 C-30, .ewer
motor, auto, AC, P/,S,
P/B, ladder rack. Hvy
duty work truck. $2000
obo. 813-961-1871

CHEVY 1989 S10 Good
running vehicle $1500
OBO727-398-6546

CHEVY 2000 S10 Tint,
Bedliner, New Rims &
Tires New AC, 4 cyl, 5
spdt Ex-cab, 90K Mint
$8,500 813-695-4233
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 2001 SILVERADO
LS ext cab, V8 auto,
cruise, AC, PW/PD, CD
bedliner, tow 38K mi.
$15,900.813-929-8906
DODGE 1990 RAM, 3/4
ton, 4x4, utility bed,
lumber rack, needs
paint & tune up. $2900
obo. 813-508-5529
DODGE 1995 DAKOTA EX
CAB. 6 CYL. NEW
BRAKES AIR MUFFLER,
TIRES. 86K Mi. $4500.
CALL 813-453-2341
DODGE 1997 Ram 5.2 Ex-
tra Cab, Red, bedliner &
topper, tow pkg. 77K mi.,
Great shape, $9,000.
813-237-8887
Dodge 1998 Ram 1500
SLT,5.2Lextcab,2tone
paint, all power, bedli-
nerand caps 61K, hitch
$10,500.728-417-457-9698.
DODGE 2002 Ram 1500 ST
Regular Cab, Short
Base, 4x4 $12,000
404-376-6544
813-818-7663
Dodge 2003 Ram 1500,
regular cab 5 spd, blue
6,500 miles, AC, $13,706
813-245-7996 or'
245-8770
DODGE 2004 Ram 1500
4dr, Hemi, all opts. Low
mi. Must sell Today due
to divorce. SACRIFICE
$25K obo (863) 640-7355
FORD 1986 F150 Super
Cab,5.0L,V8,AT,AC,PS,
PB, 2 tanks, Leer tpr
bedliner, towpkg, great
condo. in/out, 126K mi.
$3500 813-933-2074

FORD 1995 F150, 4WD,
good cond. $5500 obo.
813-967-1072

Ford 1995 Ranger Super
Cab, black/grey, dual
exhaust 4 cyL, bed liner
134k mi. Asking $2800
obo. 813-766-1544
FORD 2000 F-150 XLT,
V-8, loaded 43k mi, exc
cond, 1 owner, $14,995
813-932-5348

FORD 2000 F-250 Super
Duty diesel P/U, 63K mi.,
loaded exc. cond. re-
tails $23,000, asking
$19,000.305-849-2797
FORD 2000 F150 Super
Cab Lariat, Triton 5.4 V8,
auto, fully loaded, Ithr,
exc cond $13,488
813-935-6517/417-6744
FORD 2000 F250 crew cab
superduty, 80,000 miles,
new tires, topper, tow-
ingpackage, one owner,
$11,500.813-417-1176.
FORD 2000 F350 SD XLT
Lariat, power stroke,
black, $23,000. Call
(727) 992-6153
FORD 2000 Ranger XLT,
5 spd. 4 cyl, 26K mi. exc.
cond. $7200.
813-671-7397

TOYOTA 1996 T-100.
X-cab, auto, AC, dark
metal. green, 130K mi.
x-clean, garage kept,
$6800 obo. 813-973-1003
I6n Trucks "
3 Heavy Duty
CHEVY 1993 KODIAK
DUMP TRUCK 34,000
GVW, heavy duty 73K
mi, excellent condition.
$11,900.813-831-5530
FORD 1975 8000 Firetruck
(young pumper) 48,000
miles excellent condtoo
many extras to list call
today!! asking 5,500
(813)689-0583
CLASSIFIED
IS ACCESSIBLE


I n i Trucks I
630 Heavy Duty

FORD 1996 WINDSTAR du-
al a/c, pwr windows,
fact. tint, anti theft igni-
tion, very clean, 1 own-
er. $2800.813-689-8140
FORD 2001 F350 XL, power
stroke diesel, super du-
ty, 55K miles, extra cab,
flat bed, dually, 5spd,
$20,500 813-928-2521
FORD 2002 F250, Super
duty, ext. cab, 23K mi.
cold AC, white, new
tires CD, runs great,
$13Kobo. 302-293-8285
GMC 1995 24' Box Truck
Runs strong, Exc mov-
ing/delivery business.
$7000. 813-672-2358;
941-650-4460
630BI 4-Wheel I

FORD 1995 BRONCO 4*4.
new trans., braKes,
tires paint. Cold A/C,
needs engine work,
$1400 obo 813-968-2298
|631 Vans I
CHEVY 1987 Astro Conv.
4.3L, Good Hwy Mileage,
Mostly garaged, Exc.
Cond, Must See $2,450
Fishhawk Ranch Lithia
813-661-0878
CHEVY 1994 Astro Van
runs good, no AC, needs
tune-up, $2500 obo.
813-881-0102

CHEVY 1997 Astro Cargo
Van, very good running
condition, cold air
$4500.813-690-7877.

CHEVY 1997 ASTRO VAN,
by owner. A/C, nice and
clean, full pwr. $5700.
813-787-243 2

CHEVY CONVER. HANDI-
CAP 1997 VAN Braun-
lift&tiedwns. Nearly
'brand new custom @
4000mi, White, Au-
to/pwr. 2WD, V8
$16,500 (06)949-0949
Chevy 2002 Venture Ex-
van, 19,200 mi, fact war
to 36K sil. met rear air
looks like new, $13,80d
offer. 863-666-3253
Chevy 2003 Express 2500
cargo van, all wheel
drive, V8 low miles
clean white. $19,900
727-433-0087
DODGE 1994 Ram 150 Car-
go Van, PS, PB, auto,
cold AC, new tires, 184k,
well maintained. $3500
obo. 813/962-4020
DODGE 1995 2500 RAM,
Conversion Van. 1.14K
mi., loaded,power
everything $5,500 OBO.
Call (813)918-6460
FORD 1992 Mark III con-
version van, full power.
$2500. 813-855-1767 or
727-504-1364

FORD 1996 E350 CLUB
Wagon, Multi Fuel Van,
LT/gas. Retiring from
fleet. 86K mi. Very clean.
Ice cold frt & rear A/C.
Call Mike at
813-309-8641
FORD 1997 E250, V8 en-
gine, automatic, good
condition, A/C, runs
good, $5700 obo. Call
813-835-1588
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
GMC 1995 VANDURA RAL-
LY, excellent, 1 owner,
garaged, dual air, 150K.
Loaded $4495 OBO
813-986-2121/245-3444
Mercury 1998 Villager
LS, exc cond, Quad ]thr
seats, multi CD Player,
strong A/C, $6995 obo
813-988-3184
OLDS 2001 SILHOUETTE
Premiere, 59K mi, very
clean & well maintained,
VCR/DVD. $14,000.
813-477-6693
PLYMOUTH 2000 Voyager
light green, 60K mi es,
6 cyl. super, exc. cond.,
clean!$7450
813-545-9279
TOYOTA 1999 SIENNA
VAN, 5 door, XLE, Black,
52K mi. $13,100.
(813)781-7958

STEP VAN 1978 Ford, alu-
minum body, 6 cyl, 4
speed $3500 obo.
813-732-3576.


I 1 Vehiclesity

Acura 2003 MDX w/navi-
gation. 6K mi, beige ext
an Ithr int, 3.5LV6, auto.
No kids/pets, exc cond.
$36,500 813-263-9145
BMW 2003 X5 4.6 IS 4WD
bik on blk 27K mi., 1
owner, factory warran-
ty, Excellent Cond!
$58,500.727-409-6963
CADILLAC 2000 Esclade
4WD, Fully Loaded, 3
TVs, Great Cond. 75.9K
Mi $24,000 OBO
813-786-0972
CHEVY 1999 TAHOE LS, 2
door, 4x4, Black, 1
owner, totally loaded w/
84K mi. Asking $11,995.
Call (813)986-6454


c I Sport Utility I
632 Vehicles |

CHEVY 2002 TAHOE Z71,
Wht/Tan leather, 4WD,
exc cond, loaded, fact
warranty, $27,500 obo.
615-545-2400
CHEVY 2002 TAHOE LS
37K mi, Pewter, perfect
condition $21,900.
813-244-7732 or
813-994-9584
DODGE 1999 DURANGO
SLT, Maroon,.gray
leather, rear air,
3rd seat, new tires, 103K
miles, 1 owner, $9,520.
813-240-9267
DODGE 2000 DURANGO
SLT $11,500 White SUV
Ithr, Auto, 8 Cyl. 61,00
mi, power(813)264-7612

Ford 1996 Explorer, full
power options, exc cond
orig Ford documenta-
tion, garage kept, must
see. $6800 813-994-4905
FORD 1998 Expedition EB,
blk, 90K mi., Extra clean,
$12,000.813-269-2157

FORD 1999 EXPLORER
XLT, 67K mi, auto, roof
rack, running bds good
cond. $9250.
813-994-5849
FORD 2000 Explorer Sport
Blue, 2-dr auto, AC, CD,
trailer hitch, luggage
rack, very nice. 72K mi.
$7900.813-719-0244
FORD 2001 Expedition
XLT, all power, leather.
3rd seat, dual air, well
maint. $14,700.
813-215-8698
GMC 1994 Yukon V8,4WD,
Navy, tinted wins, 2dr
roof rack ,tow pkg,all
pwr, Alpine CD & cngr.
$5999 obo 813-685-5221
GMC 1996 Suburban load-
ed, leather, trans rebit
101K mi. Call about
maintenance records,
$8500 obo 813-571-0191
HONDA 2003 PILOT EX,
AC, Ithr, all pwr, rare col-
or, extra access., very
clean int must see! 38K
$24,000.813-785-5553
INFINITY 1999 QX4 Looks
good, runs great. 93k mi
Exc cond, cean. $12,50
obo. 813-951-3809

ISUZU 1999 RODEO LS au-
to, V6, CD cold air,
alarm sys., 8K mi., ex-
cellent condition. $6500.
i 813-689-04623d
JEEP 1994 Grand Chero-
kee, fully loaded, great
condition, high hiway
miles, $2800.
813-929-9811.
JEEP 1995 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo 4x4, cold AC
well maintained. $4206
obo.813-690-3135
Leave message
Jeep 1997 Grand Chero-
kee LTD, loaded, too
much to list, must sell
ASAP. $5500 OBO.
Call (813)817-1656
JEEP 2000 Grand Chero-
kee, leather, sunroof,
A/C PW, PL, CD, 75K mi.
Perfect cond! $9,950
OBO. 813-882-4777
JEEP 2001 Cherokee Sport
Green, 4drs, 6cyl, AT,
2WD, loaded, full power
tint,47K mi, exc condo
$9,450 0 813-221-1126
JEEP 2001 WRANGLER
SPORT 58,000 mi, excel
cond. Gray, auto, Alloy
wheels, all new tires
CD Cruise control
$14,000, Must Go (813)
391-8271
JEEP 2002 LIBERTY LTD,
util 4dr RV'ers dream,
auto, fully loaded, V-6,
3.7L, 4wd 28,55 mi,
white w/ grey Ithr, Blue
ox towing syst. w/ tow
barwiredforbreak bud-
dy $17,250 727-434-6666
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
LINCOLN 1998 Navigator
only42K 22" Lexanmsw/
new Profile tires, hunter
g reen, lthr, fully loaded
$1930bobo 813-967-3236
MERCEDES-BENZ 2001
ML55 44,500 mi, Burg.,
dvd-vhs, phone, gps, ra-
dar, run. bds., AMG
$39,999 (813) 962-0327
NISSAN 1999 Pathfinder
bik, auto, Ithr, sunroof
CD, 80K mi. Perfect
Condition. Must Sell.
$9900.813-991-1762
Nissan 2001 Pathfinder
SE, Silver leather
1 owner, 47K mi.
$18,000
727-639-3930
SUBARU 2002 Forester
mod L,32K mi. blue, gray
int. pdl,ps, ABS, AWD,
Alpine CD exc cond
$14.500.81A-495-5747
TOYOTA 2000 4Runner
SRS, loaded leather
interior, 63k miles,
$16,500.813-991-6960.

Toyota 2000 4Runner SR5
sand clr, all pwr, keyless,
tow pkg, 44K mi. Lease
buyout $20,800 incl. tax,
tag & title 813-662-0298
TOYOTA 2003 4runner-
Limited, black, 2 wheel
drive, V6 loaded im-
maculate, 33k, $28,500
813-968-1142


6321 Sport Utility I
| Vehicles |

TRACKER 1996 auto
transmission (New)
cold air new top-tire
cover, new carpet new
seat covers, insulated
top 82,000 original
miles. $4995. Ph
813-752-5339 lIe mesg
egw Scooters &
635 Mopeds
Scooter Brand New 2004
49 cc 4-Stroke, 45+
mph, Elec Start, color
choices! Ony $825
Going Fast! 407-617-0330
Segway type Scooter
$600.813-766-7396


1635 | Motorcycles I
BMW 1998 R1200C,
w/1200 mi., like new,
batt. charger 3 helmets
gar. kept, ori. $15K. Sell
$8K. 813-453-4224
CHOPPER 2004 Custom
Rigid, 100 CI, 5 Spd Kick/
Elec start. ONLY 15 Miles
All the right stuff Perfect
$12,500 8941-792-9560
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1990
SPORTSTER 1200
Garaged, low miles,
extras. $4900 OBO.
813-677-3032
Harley 1993, Heritage,
Bk, New eng. by Harley,
exh, w. walls. chrome.
VGC. $11,500 obo
813-681-7915,927-5712
HARLEY 1996 1200 S,
GreatShape!
$5,500
813-478-0375
HARLEY 1996 ELECTRA
GLIDE CLASSIC (FLHTC).
Black and Green, 17,650
miles. $10,900.
Call (813)926-4868
Harley Davidson 1998 Dy-
na Lo Rider, exc cond,
9300 mi, custom whis,
chrome, xtra seat, bags
$11,200 813-495-3642
HARLEY 1998 HERITAGE
Springer. 1600 orig. mi.
like new. black, d;con-
tinued model. $18.300.
727-688-1565
HARLEY Davidscon 1999
Road King Classic, blk,
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 2001
CUSTOM DEUCE, Chis-
Cruz Paint, chrome
eve hilng,'must see.
$25,000 obo 813-763-0420
Harley Davidson 2002
Road King Classic, 8900
mi, garage kept, pearl
wife, perfect condo
$17,900.863-640-3509.
HONDA 1984 GOLD WING
Interstate 1200, 30K mi,
lots of chrome, CB/tape
deck, helmets, cover,
exc cond, must see!
$3,850.727-385-5854
HONDA 1999 CBR 900
Fireblade. Rare Colors,
All Chrome, Pristine
Show Bike. $7600 obo.
Call Johnny 813-241-5728
HONDA 2002 VTX retro
model, 12K miles, well
maintained. $3500 in ex-
tras. Ext. wrrty. $7500.
813-655-4550
HONDA 2003 Rebel 250,
excellent condition 7k
mi, $2400.813-805-6759

SUZUKI 2001 GSXR600 5k
mi., excellent cond.
Yoshi Pipe, new rear
tire, yellow/blk. $5800
obo. 813-598-8207
SUZUKI 2004 HAYABUSA
brand new, less than 50
mi, private sale- no tax.
$9500. Call Dave
813-631-0313
WANTED HONDAMATIC
400,450, 750,1977-82,
PLEASE CONTACT
727-773-1040
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
YAMAHA 2001 PW50 DIRT
BIKE, runs good, $750.
813-671-5524

Yamaha 2003 PW80
Excellent condition
Rider Outgrown
$995.813-571-2109
YAMAHA 2004 VStar 1100
Classic, titanium/silver,
perfect cond, 5k miles
5-yr ext warranty, Hard
Kromeqoipes, Maxair in-
take, aron's guards,
$7,100 (813)926-0683
16361 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
1637IATVs I
HONDA 1986 FOURTRAX
250, Runs Great.
$1,400
(813)264-1747


16371ATVs I
KAWASAKI 2003 650
Prairie, auto, cammo,
4WD, front & rear racks,
exc. cond. Asking pay
off only, 813-759-8593
POLARIS 2000 Trail Blazer
250, excellent condition,
low hours, $2100.
813-920-2224 or
727-514-6148
YAMAHA 2002 660 RAP-
TOR, graphite black,
good condition, asking
$3,850 or best offer. Car
* 813-672-3029
YAMAHA 2003 BLASTER
and 2002 WARRIOR,
6spd, low hours, $3,500
and $2,500 o.b.o. Call
813-598-0900
YAMAHA 2003 Kodiak 450
42 hrs, 4 yrext warr, ful-
ly automatic, ramp &
helmet incl. $6700.
813-779-8031
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QUICK REMOVAL
813-363-1874
CASH PAID
For Cars Running or Not!
We'll come pick it up!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535
VEHICLES WANTED!
CASH TODAY! Running
or not. Cars, Trucks &
Vans. Call 813-630-9201
or 813-960-9150
WEED out your old lawn
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class 460!
WE BUY CARS, trucks,
tow trucks, boats, RVs.
CASH TODAY! Any cond!
Free removal. Top $$
Call 813-963-5508 ASAP
Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
CHEVY 1966 Stepside
Pickup, 350 engine 350
turbo trans, just rebuilt
PS,PB, AC. $7495
813-215-6183
CORVETTE 1973 COUPE,
exc driver. $13,900 obo.
352-613-4937

DODGE 1972 CHALLENGER
R/T RESTORED SUPER
BLUE 318 A/T, ALMOST
16K INVESTED, SELL FOR
S13K (813) 785-6266,
FORD 1963 RANCHERO,
V8 auto, good shape,
runs good. $2500 obo.
813-546-6252

FORD 1963 Thunderbird
cony, red/blk Roadster
pkg, exc cond, all options
needs minor wrk must
sell, $15K. 727-943-4026
MERCEDES BENZ 1973
280C, white with beige
interior, runs great
$2,000 or best offer. Call
813-872-6431
MUSTANG 1966 Coupe
200, needs body work.
Project car all matching
ser. #s. $1700 obo. Drive
away! 813-391-3443
OLDSMOBILE 1984 Cut-
lass Supreme, runs
great. $800 firm.
813-833-6016

ADVERTISE IN CLASS 631
AND SEE YOUR VAN GO!
PLYMOUTH 1965 Fury III
318, auto, daily driver
good cond. $2500
813-986-4829

Pontiac
1986 Firebird
red, air new tires,
$2500 obo 863) 464-0278
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 buyerwillpick up.
(407)620-6295
I 49 Automobiles I
649 For Sale
ACURA 1991 INTEGRA,
blown motor, many
xtras, best offer.
813-789-8056

ACURA 1991 LEGEND,
Wht, 4-dr, 159K mi, V6,
auto, AC, sunroof, rear
spoiler. New michelins,
$3750.813-417-6966
ACURA 1998 3.5RL silver
ext. ivory Ithrint.AO 80K mi.
exc. cond. $13,000.
813-909-8083

ACURA 2002 RSX, Exc.
cond. desert silver,
loaded, leather, CD, sun-
roof, 5 sod. only $15,990
firm. 813-546-4508
ACURA 2002 RSX Type S
Met. pnt dessert grey,
OEM upgrs, spr, fog
for details 813-335-1596


I4 Automobiles
649 For Sale I

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 c yl/190hp AC, sun-
roo. Beautiful & reli-
able. Bought new toy.
Priced for quick sale.
$6800.813-994-4405
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, 1 own-
er, Flawless $15,995 obo
(813)453-1980
BMW 2000 323
Red, convertible exc
cond, 44kmi, $21i,500
813-495-1415
BMW 2000 Z3 Convert-
ible, Topaz Blue w/ Tan
Ithr, a]. power, 5 spd,
61K mi., main. recs.,
new tires, great cond.
$19,000 obo.27-638-8563
BMW 2001 740isport pkg
moonrf, sunshades, hnd
seats integratedphone
jack, royal red, sand
beige 65K, $29,900
813-598-2448
BMW 2003 5301, Sport/

30k mi $38 ,50
813-752-6736 Iv msg
BUICK 1990 CENTURY, all
pr wr, CD, 107Kmi.,runs&
looks great, brand new
air very good cond.
$1,550. 813-254-6640
BUICK 1997 CENTURY 86K
ml, Leather, Power, 2
WD, 6 Cyl. $4,000, Must
See, Bargain, Great Val-
ue (813) 653-4653
BUICK 2002 RENDEZVOUS
luxery pkg, 21K mi., side
air bags, 3rd row seat-
ing, Peuterw/Grey Ithr.
$18,500.727-846-1762
Cadillac 1993 Fleetwood,
"Grand Dad's Caddy"
driven under 10k mi annu-
ally. V-8, RWD, pearl
white outside, dark blue
velour inside, exc cond!
Only $5395 813-787-9752
CADILLAC 1995 DeVille,
Champagne, W/Cream
Int. Low Miles, 1 Owner,
Mint, 2 Yr Warranty
Trnsfrbl $7,400
813-920-1939
CADILLAC 1996
Fleetwood Brougm,
loaded, 69K mi. teal,
beige top, nice! $10,000,
813-874-7800
Cadillac 1996, Sedan
DeVille, pearl white, tan
leather, fully loaded, exc
cond, 115K mi. $5400
727-869-5161
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 $22,700
813-689-3258 After 6pm.
CADILLAC 2002 DEVILLE,
Northstar V8,48K miles,
OnStar, CD, fully loaded,
excellent condition,
$19,900.813-758-2611
Chevy 1986 Camaro red
daily driver cold AC,
good tires, Ind owner,
never wrecked. $1350
813-390-8489
CHEVY 1992 Capri Classic
Wagon 89k, new engine,
rebuild transmission,
loaded, runs great ask-
ing $3500 352-92-9811
CHEVY 1994 Impala SS
Black, Exc. Cond. Load-
ed. New BF Tires Tint
Adult owned, $13,000
813-948-0674.610-0457
CHEVY 1996 LUMINA LS,
3.1L V6, 122K CD solid,
reblt trans w/warr. New
AC w/warr. $2800 obo.
813-887-1907
CHEVY 1998 Camaro Z28
loaded, t-tops, 6 speed
w LT1 engine, chrome
weels, great shape, on-
l 43k miles. $13,900.
Call 918-6182.
CHEVY 1998 CAVALIER
Z24, 35,900 mi, exc cond,
no wrecks. Wht, AT AC
all pwr, spoiler. $4,950
obo.352-684-7374
CHEVY 1999 CAVALIER
Z24 Convertible, keyless
entry, lowered body,
under body lights,
rockford AMP& sub.
7,200. 813-655-8226
CHEVY 2000 CORVETTE
20k mi, Wht/Red, Cou-
pe, AT. $28k, Ext War,
orvetteWave.com
(727)372-2256
Chevy 2000 Impala, fully
loaded, $15,000 obo,
813-495-5730

CHEVY 2001 Cavalier 2dr,
A/C,CD player, auto-
matic, 35k. $4500
813-924-0808 or
813-229-3235
Chevy 2001 Cavalier, 4
door, auto, AC, AM/FM
CD one owner 18k
gold, clean, $6750.
727-376-8549.
OVERSTUFFED?
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Automobiles
1649 For Sale

CHEVY 2004 CAVALIER,
Sport model. Sunburst
Orange, BRAND NEW! 10
Mo. Old. Snrf,CD + more
$14,000 813-258-2920
Chrysler 1991 LeBaron
cony. red w/wht top, V6
auto, full power, new
tires exc. cond., 103K
mi. Holmes Bch. $3,000
OBO. 630-669-1341
CHRYSLER 1996 Sebring
Coupe Gold Edt. 110K
Mi, Leather Sunroof,
PW & PL V6, huns Good,
$1,6002 8613-920-0149
CORVETTE 1976
STINGRAY, Red,
restored, $14K in
restoration receipts.
$9K. 813-478-8862
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 whls ;
tires, exc cond, BorlaSS
exh. adult owned 73K
mi. all options, $21,500.
813-991-5683
515-707-2807
DODGE 1987 Colt, Only
30K orig. mi. AC, auto,
new tires, great cond.
$500. 727-797-8397

DODGE 1995 GRAND CAR-
AVAN Good condition
well maintained. 3.8L 6
cyl, leather, great
sound. $1,950 obo. (813)
254-8176
FORD 1990 MUSTANG
5.0 LX, Used To Be Hwy
Patrol Car, $2495 obo.
813-624-8881

FORD 1992 Mustang Con-
vertible, LX 5.0, Power
everythingm, AC, Cruise,
71K Mi, 5spd, Clean!
$6,500 obo 813-948-0452
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,
4.6 V8, automatic, AC,
PW, PL, CD, white new
tires, exc cond. 95k mi,
S$5200.0813-763-0379
FORD 1997 Thunderbird
LX, black, loaded, Ithr.
spoiler, auto, 97K mi. all
pwr, sunrf, good cond.
$3300 813-505-2813
FORD 2000 Mustang 6 cyl,
auto, low mileage, Ithr
seats, AM/FM CD, tint-
ed, mag whls, exc cond.
$9995.813-493-0700
HONDA 1995 ACCORD LX
4dr, auto, AC, cruise, (all
pwr)i alarm, high mi,
great cond $2950.
813-684-7314
Honda 1995 Accord LX -
auto, PW PL PS Cruise
cold ac, Green, AM/.FM/
CD, very good condition.
$3300 813-817-1027
HONDA 1995 CIVIC DX,
5-spd 124K mi, new
rims, tires, Red, AC CD,
all pwr exc cond $3499.
813-935-2430 after 5pm
HONDA 1996 ACCORD
EXV-6,Ithrint, CD, snrf
102k mi, needs work, but
runs perf $5500 obo
813-662-5886
HONDA 1997 Accord Ex, 5
spd, 1 owner, AC, new
tires & brakes. $5500
813-920-7922
or 813-785-9299
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,
silver, alloy whils,
A/C, 5spd, stick
steroe/CD79k mi,$5500
S 813-786-5790
HONDA 1999 ACCORD, 2
dr, red, nice rims CD
Chgr 58k mi. A/C
PW/PL. V-Tech, $8900
813-404-7168
Honda 1999 Civic Si, rare,
mint cond, red. New
sports tires & Vtech
$14,350 obo
813-787-5454
HONDA 2001 Civic LX,
green, PL/PW, auto, 51k
mi, great cond., new
tires 4/dr $10,900 obo.
813-654-7671.
HONDA 2002 ACCORD,
2 door, immaculate, 1
owner, 4 cylinder, auto,
black leather interior,
loaded, under book at
$18,500.813-265-1133
HONDA 2002 Civic EX
14250 mi, Silver Sedan
5 Speed, $13,250, Low
Miles (813) 230-1279
Honda 2002 Civic EX,
auto, sunroof cd like
new, gold, 4 door, 17Kmi
$13,750
813-657-3858
INFINITY 1998 Q45T, Auto,
Ext warranty,77K miles
Fully loaded, Excellent
condition, $11,500 OBO.
813-245-7583
INFINITI 2003 G35 17,500
mi, Black Sedan, Auto.,
2 WD, V6 Cyl. VIN#:
JNKCV51373M309904
$31,000 (813) 973-3339
INFINITE 2003 G35 COUPE,
Grey, BIk Ithr, 6 sp, sun
roof, CD, tint, bra, 14K
mi. $31,500 (813)
503-5132


I4 Automobiles
S649 For Sale
JAGUAR 1992 VANDEN
PLAS, Burg/Ivory int,
low m. New braes &
tires exc cond. $5650
obo. 727-420-5964
JAGUAR 1995 XJ6 Must
sell, exc cond black w/
tan leather int, 103k mi,
$7750 obo. 727-647-5536

JAGUAR 2000 S-TYPE, V8,
chrome sport whls, whl
mldgs, rocker panels,
rear spoiler, 41K mi. Orig
$60K. 1 Owner. $24,900.
813-962-3936
Lexus 1993 SC300,93K mi,
heated Ithr seats per-
fect cond. inside A out.
Loaded w/all pwr opts.
$8900.813-758-1207
LEXUS 1996 ES300
V6 Automatic, Gold,
Fufly Loaded, 113K Mi,
Great Condition Asking
$8,700.813-294-4275
LEXUS 1999 ES300, V6, 4
dr, all power, sunroof
thr alarm, CD chgr. 65K
mi. Very nice $14,900.
813-657-0441 625-3716
LEXUS 2000 RX300 White,
tan leather, only 34k mi,
1 owner, 6 disc CD, Mint!
$23,900 obo
813-842-4853
Lincoln 1996 Town Car
Signature series, 1 own-
er, very clean, very good
condition. $4100. 813-
661-3671/335-8513
MAZDA 1993 MX6 V6,
130k, 60k engine, red
manual, must see. All
p ower. $3500 obo.
813-786-0877
MAZDA 1993 RX-7 twin
turbo, 5-spd, new tires,
silver w/ blk Ithr int.,
runs great, cold AC sun-
roof custom souna sys.
$12,900.813-918-3256
With QUICK ACTION
rates, selling is a snap!
Call today Tor rates.
MAZDA 1996 626, 4-dr,
5-sod, Wht sunroof,
CD/cass/AM/FM, P/W
P/Lcold a/c runsgreat!
$3300.813-453-8094
MAZDA 2000 MIATA,20K
mi, emerald grn, bik
cloth, 5spwh new 16"
chrome wIhs. $12,000
813-920-4399
Mercedes 1979300 cd, sil-
ver/blue, new eng, new
trans warranty, new
tires, $5000.
813-288-8779.
MERCEDES 1979 Turbo
Diesel Wagon, AT, AC,
PW, PL CD, new fires,
260k mL, $3000. Lake-
land 863-:815-8571
MERCEDES 1982 3805L
Great cond, dark blue,
grey interior -both tops,
Marit records available
$13,500.813-920-3809
MERCEDES 1991300 cou-
pe black, loaded, sunrf,
AC, PW/PL, 118k mi,
$5900.813-453-4810

Mercedes 1991 300CE
Coupe, fully loaded, gar.
kept. Must sell immed.
$5 760 727-787-1313;
813-810-5678
MERCEDES 1992 300SL,
Red, both tops, 51K mi.,
like new.
$17,500
Call (813)251-6342
MERCEDES 1992 500SL
convertible w/ two tops,
42K mi., like new,
$22,500.727-688-1565

MERCEDES 1997 C280
Exc cond, 135k mi, CD,
mn rf, black on tan Ithr,
all pwr, alloy whls
$7500813-968-3698
MERCEDES 1997 E420,
excellent condition,
66K miles, 6CD player,
moon roof, black & tan,
$21,500.813-962-1050
MERCEDES 1999 S420,
Exc. cond., new tires, re-
cent full service, rides
like new, $24,300 obo.
727-235-2136
MERCEDES 2001 CLK 430
Silver w/dark grey int.
41k mi, AMG wills, new
tires, looks/drives new.
$33,900 813-842-4853
MERCEDES 2001 E420
Sport white, parchment
interior, 63K miles,
books immaculate!
$29,900 813-842-4853
MERCEDES 2001 SSO00
Sport Bril. silver w/ ash
int. all options, 27,800
mi, perf cond, will con-
sioer trade 941-966-7462
MERCEDES 2002 E320
silver, exc. cond. 26,500
mi. sunroof, $37,600.
813-340-2082

MERCEDES BENZ 2003
SLK 230 BIk with char-
coal Ithr, only 6K mi.
$38,900 OBO. Must Sell.
813-205-0881
MERCURY 1999 Tracer LS
AC, all power, AM/FM,
only 28K mi. auto white
$4500 813-949-0406

MITSUBISHI 1998 Eclipse
GS 5spd, 43K, teal, Ithr,
power window/mirror,
moonrf, AM/FM/CD
$7700obo 813-263-9434
MITSUBISHI 1999 3000GT
Only 46,000 miles!! New
Tires, Fully Loaded,
Pearl Wht/Blk Lthr Int
$14,999 813-205-8721


I4 Automobiles
649 For Sale

MITSUBISHI 2002 Galant
ES, auto, CD, pearl
white, exc. cond. 52K
hwy mi. 30 mpg$7950
firm, 813-907-8588

Nissan 1992 Stanza
SE, Gray/blue, auto, A C,
Good cond, 92K miles,
$1900.813-988-1729
NISSAN 1995 ALTIMA
champagne, mint cond.
leather, sunroof, runs
great, $3900
813-363-3901
NISSAN 1995 Maxima GXE
93k mi, V6 Black, all
gower, spoiler, airbaosS
Can emahl photos. $490U
obo 813-961-5531
Nissan 2002 Altima 2.5SL
Sedan 4dr- Classy! auto,
50Kmi., brand new tires,
leather int. $14,000.
727-460-6408
NISSAN 2003 350Z 15.2k
mi, touring model, Bose
stereo, power every-
thing. $27,000 firm
813-391-5454
OLDSMOBILE 1988 Ninety
Eight, Ithr, New tires&
trans AM/FM/cass
P/W, P/L, 148K mi.$150d
obo. 813-654-7662
PONTIAC 1994 Grand Am
SE, dark green, good
cond! $1,800 obo
813-831-0317

PONTIAC 1994 Grand AM
clean, $2950 obo.
813-361-6479 or
813-653-0962

PONTIAC 2001 GRAND AM
73,000 mi, Silver 2dr,
Auto v6 Ram Air GT,
Loaded, Exc Cond,
$8,500 (121) 689-7104
PONTIAC 2004 SUNFIRE,
8k miles, sunroof, AC
automatic, CD, perfect
condition' $15,000.
- 813-679-7866
PORSCHE 2000 Boxster-S
white/tan, 27k mi sport
pkg, 18in fact wheels,
cd, exc cond. Orig owner
$34,950 (813)787-7711
SATURN 1999 SW2 Wagon
Loaded, 31 mpg, Tint,
NewTires & Brakes, Low
Miles, Like New,
$5,995 813-986-4011
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115k mi, good looking
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cd, 37K mi. $17,500 obo
813-685-2365
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cruise, garage kept. Per-
fect condition. $3400.
813-654-8589
TOYOTA 1995 TERCEL,
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gas, 40/MPH, 162K
miles, $2300 obo.
813-340-0710
TOYOTA 1999 Corolla 43k
ml $5300 obo. Cham-
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813-886-7409
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l owner, garaged 35mp
$10,250 83-135-6369
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$14,990.813-928-3303
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/rec., 145K, 2nd owner,
$2806 813-231-9102
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good cond, $5,200
813-282-7845
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727-278-9941
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