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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE




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THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 2004 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


in the
NEWS


BUS


City staff come up
with an estimated
cost of a city-run
bus service.
PmE 5


Nichole, dressed as an
angel, around Christmas
time in 2002.


PRIN(PAI.


Durant High School's
assistant principal
Pam Bowden is
tapped for top spot.
PAGE 1


BR!66S


ALWAYS REMEMBERED



A Vision of Nichole

In six short years, Nichole Boyd touched a lifetime's worth of lives.
Her family is mourning, but thankful, too.
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Some people, to quote a timeworn
expression, never forget a face.
Nichole Boyd didn't have the luxury of
Seeing the faces of the people she met,
but she always remembered them, just
the same.
.. "She could hear someone walk into a
room, and she never forgot anyone," said
Nancy Willis, a teacher's aide in the Early
Exceptional Learning Program at Colson
Elementary in Seffner, where Nichole
.attended pre-kindergarten.
After a nearly five-year battle with
cancer that robbed Nichole of her sight,
the 6-year-old daughter of Plant City res-
idents Anita
Boyd and "it was just a
Thomas Boyd
4 died July 8. wonderful
familends andexperience for
As family -say the..experience for


Throw something up
and a boy will try to
catch it-even if it's a
bridal bouquet.
PAGE 8


INDEX


CALENDAR
PAGE I
CLASSIFIED
PAGE 11


CROSSWORD
PAGE 11
FAMILY LIVING
PAGE 8
OPINION
PAGE 6


TUON 1IMAtIiRO/Staff photo
POLICE BEAT Anita Boyd holds a photo of her daughter Nichole, smiling as usual, in the two bedroom apartment
PAGE S that became crowded with a vigil during Nichole's last days. On the table that now sits where Nicho-
le's hospital bed was once situated are Anita's mementos of her daughter and cards left by friends
SPORTS and family.


gotten. And
though Nicho-
le's family
mourns, they
mourn in a kind
of ,; thankful
peace thank-
ful that Nichole


Nichole_. She
enjoyed every
minute of life.
SUSAN WATSON
Teacher, Colson Elementary


no longer has to suffer, and thankful for
the outpouring of love and support from
friends, acquaintances, even strangers.
"It was just a wonderful experience for
us to have known little Nichole." said
Susan Watson, her former teacher at
Colson. "She enjoyed every minute of
life."
Lost sight, but not spunk
At Colson, Nichole would insist that
guests to the classroom sit down and
have a cup of coffee with her.
Though guests sipped from a cup of
pretend coffee, the warmth from the
young girl was real, Watson said.
"She never met a stranger," she said.
Anastasia Nichole Boyd was born May
4, 1998. For almost a year and half, she
seemed fine, Anita recalled. But at 17
months, Nichole started bumping into
things.
Anita Boyd thought her daughter was
having trouble seeing, so she took her to
the doctor.
See REMEMBER, Page 12


PAGE 19


WORSHIP SETTLEMENT ARRANGEMENT
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Here's a preview of
what you'll find in
The Tampa Tribune's
Plant City section
Saturday:
0 William Cox
once enjoyed fame
as a look-alike for
the real outlaw, Billy
the Kid.


'STRICTLY A BUSINESS DECISION,'
CITY MANAGER SAID
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
A lawsuit brought by a Plant City couple
alleging that their livelihood and reputation
were damaged by improper searches of their
home, and their subsequent drug-related


arrests by police in September and Decem-
ber 1999, has been settled.
Christopher and Jeanie Carlton sued the
city for damages last December and will
receive $225,000 in a settlement arrangement
agreed to by the couple and the Florida
Municipal Insurance Trust, the city's liability
carrier.
If no further action is taken in the case
"upon good cause shown" by Aug. 18, the
decision will be final, wrote U.S. District


Judge Richard A. Lazzara.
The Carltons sued for financial damages
alleging members, of the Plant City Police
Department executed two separate illegally
obtained search warrants at their home;
caused damage to their home; caused them
to be arrested; lose parental rights of their
minor child; lose employment; and lose their
home due to loss of employment.
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Childbirth Preparation

Program


This six-week course prepares you and your
partner for all phases of labor and delivery.
It covers emotional issues, relaxation and
breathing exercises, and feeding and caring
for your new baby. The sixth class contains
information previously given out during our
Baby Care Classes. Classes are held once a
week on Tuesdays. (Maximum 8 couples)
Must register to attend.


A August 17 September 21
7-9pm C
Cost: Free
Two South Classroom
Nira._


Basic Life Support for
Health Care Providers
This course includes heart and
lung function, risk factors, stroke
information, the chain of survival
concept, prudent heart living, heart
attack signals, actions for survival,
CPR (1-rescuer, 2-rescuer and
pediatric), FBAO (adult and pediatric),
use of barrier devices and use of
AEDs. It requires a score of 84% or
better on a 25 question exam.
Provides certification through the
AHA. Must register to attend.

September 4, 9am-lpm
October 4, 6-10 Opm
Community Conference Room
Cost: $25 (includes book and card)
Pre-payment required







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Free Blood Pressure Chedcs
Tuesday, 1-2pm
Hospital Main Lobby
No appointment necessary
Cost: Free



Total Cholesterol/HDL/Glucose
4th Tuesday of every month, 1-2pm
Hospital Main Lobby
No appointment necessary
Cost: $12






Breastfeeding
Gain confidence with breastfeeding.
This education and support class
will help, whether you are currently
breastfeeding or planning to.
Maximum 10 participants.

September 21, 7-9pm
2 South Classroom
No appointment necessary
Cost: Free


Infant and Child Car
Seat Safety Check
Four out of five car seats are
installed incorrectly. Is yours
one of them? Come find out.
By appointment only.

Friday only
Community Health Resource Center
Hospital Main Lobby

FirstCare for Minor
Emergencies
The name you've always trusted
for life's little emergencies is now
conveniently located at South
Florida Baptist Hospital's ER
entrance. FirstCare is covered
by most insurance plans.

Art Sale
The South Florida Baptist Hospital
Auxiliary is holding its annual Art
Sale this month. Cash, checks and
major credit cards accepted. Public
is welcome.

August 12th and 13th
7am-4pm
Community Conference Room


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


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CALENDAR

SATURDAY
Yard sale helps needy
with school supplies
A benefit yard sale will
take place Aug. 7 from 7
a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Plant-
een Recreation Center,
301 N. Dort St
All money raised will be
used to purchase school
supplies for needy Plant
City students.
Call: 757-9166.

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

Unity adds entertainment
to fundraiser
Unity in the Commu-
nity, a fundraising group
whose mission is to help
feed Plant
City's needy,
has added
an enter-
tainer to its
Concession
cafe to the
Black next Straw-
Black berrt Classic
Car Show on luly 17.
Singer Tres Black will
perform from 5 to 8 p.m.
at the Plant City Commu-
nity Bingo Hall,. 105 Arden
Nlays Blvd.
Black plays a variety of
music and \[ill take
requests. A donation to
Unity in the Community
will be accepted.
The group sells hot
dogs, Polish sausage,
chips, cookies, cakes and
pie, and coffee, soda and
water. The cafe is open
from 5 to 9 p.m.
Call: 752-1275.

Garage and bake sale
The women of the First
Church of God, 601 N.
See CALENDAR, Page 18



FAMILY CARE
PHARMACY 1


by
Mark Filosi
Registered Pharmacist


Sunscreen Protection
Nearly 90% of skin cancers are asso-
ciated with sun exposure. While out-
doors, be sure to protect all exposed
skin from the sun. Don't forget your
nose, ears, lips, bald spots and the
back of your neck. Read the labels
on sunscreens carefully and purchase
products that protect against both
UVA and UVB rays because both
can damage your skin. Look for a
sun protection factor (SPF) of at least
15. Apply sunscreen thoroughly 30
minutes before going out and reapply
every 2 hours, especially if swim-
ming. Toss out sunscreen that may be
more than 2-3 years old.

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DAVE BUYENS/Photo

'Chicago' in Plant City
Cast members of Plant City Children's Theatre's production of "Excerpts from Chicago" rehearse a musical number recently
to prepare for the show's two-day run Aug. 13-14 at the 1914 High School CommunitySCenter, 605 N. Collins St. Shown above,
from left, are: Michelle Maginnis; Nicole Hoag, Doug Buffaloe as Billy, and Kisha Huntsinger. Crouching in front is Kayla Hoag.
Showtime both nights is 8 p.m., with an afternoon showing at 2 p.m. Saturday. The Plant City Arts Council, the Hillsborough
County Arts Council and the Hillsborough County Commission are sponsors the show. Tickets are $5 advance, $10 at the door.
Advance tickets are available at Jackie's Dance Theatre, 507 N. Wheeler St., or Hardee's Fashions, 1501 N. Wheeler St.




Chamber Announces Agriculture Award Winners


WILL BE HONORED They are: teacher at Plant City High City, 503 N. Palmer St.
Agriculturist of the Year School. Florida FFA President
AT AUG. 11 BREAKFAST C. Dennis Carlton Sr. of Carl- Agri-business of the Year- Melissa Hinton will be the
ton and Carlton Ranch Southside Farm Supply, guest speaker.
Staff Report Partnership. owned by Dennis Der. Cost is $10 per person and
The Greater Plant City Young Agriculturist of the The winners will be hon- includes a catered breakfast
Chamber of Commerce has Year Shawn Crocker of Car- ored at the chamber's annual by Fred's Farmers Market Res-
announced the winners of the gill Juice North America. "Salute To Agriculture" break- taurant.
organization's annual agricul- Agriculture Educator of fast Aug. 11 at 7:30 a.m. at the For reservations, call the
ture awards. the Year Robert J. Wilder, a First Baptist Church of Plant chamber at 754-3707.





4 THE COURIER AUGUST 5, 2004


Quiet Zones At Rail Crossings Deemed Too Expensive


BUT CITY SAYS FEW
RESIDENTS COMPLAIN
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
In east Brandon and Val-
rico, a grass-roots contingent
is striving to be heard over the
blare of train horns.
So far the group has gath-
ered more than 800 signatures
to help persuade the county
commission to create quiet
zones at nearly 17 crossings in
the area.
Perhaps surprisingly, noth-
ing even close to that has
materialized in Plant City,
where some homes in the his-
toric district are just feet away
from the tracks. The city has
only received a few calls from
residents about noise from
trains since the possibility of
quiet zones was raised, offi-
cials said.
Still, the city has looked into
establishing quiet zones and
are likely thankful that a
petition full of names is not
circulating to put quiet zones
at even a few of the city's 28
crossings would likely cost
millions of dollars.


Roughness, Not Noise, Draws The Complaints


When asked about establishing quiet
zones in Plant City and how often she's heard
complaints from residents during her 12-
year tenure with the city, director of public
works Kathy Burke said people seem to be
more bothered by the roughness of the cross-
ings than by the noise of trains traveling over
them.
Relief may be in sight for the two most
notorious on her list of rough crossings, she
said.
The city has set aside roughly $250,000 of
Community Investment Tax money in the
2004-05 budget cycle for the crossing at Alex-
ander Street, south of Sammonds Road,


"It looks like, unless some-
thing drastically changes, it's
going to be out of the city's
ability to pay for," said City
Manager David Sollenberger.
In December, the Federal
Railway Administration is
expected to implement a rule
that engineers must sound
their horns at every public
crossing unless a quiet zone is
established.
City engineer Brett Gocka
explored what it would take to


which is No. I on Burke's list of crossings that
draw complaints from motorists.
it is difficult to say when construction
might begin and end at the crossing. which
sees as many as 30,000 vehicles each day.
Burke explained that the city must coordinate
with CSX railroads when during such
construction.
The other crossing slated for repairs is
located on Woodrow Wilson Street, just
south of State Road 574. Burke said the city
manager has for money to be set aside for
that repair, estimated to cost between
$100,000 and $150,000.
--Tony Marrero


establish such zones in the
city not because of vocal resi-
dents, he said, but "just to see
if it was something we could
look at implementing in the
city."
To establish a quiet zone,
extra safety measures must be
added. Some are relatively
simple and inexpensive, such
as extra median barriers to
prevent motorists from driv-
ing around the gates.
Others are much more


costly, such as adding extra
gates that extend across the
tracks to prevent drive-
arounds or placing directional
horns at the crossing that
direct warnings toward the
roadway and reduce ambient
noise. Such systems can cost
as much as $200,000 and, cou-
pled with other costs, could
push the cost to create a quiet
zone at a single crossing to
$400,000.
Complicating matters is


that quiet zones must be a
minimum of a half-mile long,
which in most cases would
prevent the city from estab-
lishing zones only in some
places.
"We'd pretty much have to
do all of downtown," Gocka
said.
One last kicker: the city
could put in the money and
effort and still not get a quiel
zone, because all the safety
measures must be in place
before even applying for one.
Gocka said that rules could
change in the next few months
and that the city would keep
abreast of the process to see il
any changes would make quiel
zones more feasible for Plan1
City.
Kathy Burke, the city's
director of public works, has
her own theory as to why there
are so few complaints aboul
horn noise in a city with so
many trains.
"I think people here have
lived so long with trains thai
they may grumble about it bul
it's not an active complaint,"
Burke said. "I think they've
just learned to live with it."


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POLICE BEAT

Business Owner
Faces Drug Charges
The owner of a Plant City
barber shop faces a jury trial
Sept. 27, accused of conspir-
acy to buy cocaine from an
undercover Tampa Police
detective, officials at the Hills-
borough County State Attor-
ney's Office said.
According to Tampa Police
records, Nathaniel Mark
Walker, 38, of 2908 N. Willow
Drive, and another man tried
to buy a kilogram of cocaine
from a detective. Walker is the
owner and operator of K'Nat's
Barber and Beauty shop at 611
S. Evers St.
Police said that Tampa
Detective Gary Russ spoke
with Walker in person and on
the phone several times bet-
ween Sept. 3, 2003, and Feb. 3,
2004, concerning the sale and
purchase of powdered
cocaine. On Feb. 3, Russ met
Walker and Lloyd King, 41, of
Philadelphia, Pa., at the Evers
Street business, police said.
King and Russ departed in
separate vehicles and met
again at the parking lot of The
Village at Walden Lake, on
South Alexander Street, about
1:35 p.m.
King was arrested as he sat
in Russ' vehicle, after allegedly
paying $9,000 to take posses-
sion of one kilogram of
cocaine, with a promise to pay
another equal amount at
another time. Walker was
arrested that same afternoon
at the Plant City Police Depart-
ment, the Tampa record
shows.
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Sheriff's Office report shows
both Walker and King were
charged with trafficking
related to the drug sting. King
was released on March 3, to
Palm Beach police, on unre-
lated charges, after paying a
bail of $2,000, and Walker paid
bail of $25,000 and was
released Feb. 6, the county
report states.
Walker pleaded innocent to
the charges and will face a jury
trial later next month.

Shooting
A Plant City man was
arrested on Aug. 2 in relation
to a July 28 shooting.
Members of Plant City's
Criminal Investigation Unit
arrested 24-year-old Dondriec
McNeal of 2004 Colson Road,
following a shooting that left
two people injured.
McNeal was charged with
shooting into an occupied
vehicle, and first-degree
attempted murder, said Capt.
John Borders of the Plant City
Police Department.
On the day of the shooting,
police interviewed the two
victims, who were treated in
the emergency room at South
Florida Baptist Hospital for
gunshot wounds. The shoot-
ing took place around 1:07
a.m., police said.
Officers were called by
hospital staff after Ricardo
Brooks, 20, and a 16-year-old
female, both of Plant City,
were shot while sitting in a
vehicle near the 900 block of
West Madison Street. Brooks
was treated at South Florida
Baptist Hospital, a police
report said. The juvenile was
flown to Tampa General
Hospital.


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AUGUST 5, 2004 o THE COURIER 5


City Manager Recommends Commission

Keep Buses In Mind During Budget Process


ESTIMATES ANNUAL COST
AT NEARLY $240,000
ByTONYMARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
The buses are still rolling in Plant City, and
now the city has a rough estimate of how much
it would cost to keep the transit service without
contracting from the Hillsborough Area
Regional Transit Authority, or HARTline.
City Manager David Sollenberger submitted
an estimated public transit budget prepared by
city staff for the 2004-05 fiscal year so that city
officials could keep them in mind as budget
discussions begin later this month.
"They need to look at it in the context of
everything they want to accomplish" with the
budget, Sollenberger said. "It's like what fami-
lies have to deal with. They want a variety of
things but can only do so much based on their
income, so they have to look at goals and then
prioritize them. It's the same thing with a city
budget."
According to the estimate, it would cost the
city roughly $240,000 to provide the bus service
that first year after ending the contract with
HARTline's Strawberry Connection.
The. city is exploring the possibility of run-
ning its own service because HARTline wants
to raise the annual contract price from $300,000
to an estimated $500,000.
If the city struck out on its own, it would pur-
chase three mini-buses for about $174,000,
financing the cost over five years, or roughly
$35,000 per year. The buses seat 16 passengers
and accommodate two wheelchairs. Two


would run to keep service comparable to whale
is currently being offered, with one of the buses
as backup
More than $118,000 would go toward per-
sonnel cost, including $81,000 for payroll and
some $30,000 for costs such as employee insur-
ance, pension, social security and overtime
pay.
More than $13,000 is listed for gasoline,
diesel and oil costs.
Sollenberger said fare revenue would come
to roughly $24,000 per year and that advertising
on the side of the vans could raise aboul
$21,600 each year, though he added it remains
to be seen how successful the city would be in
finding advertisers for the space.
Jim McDaniel, the city's community devel-
opment director, said the cost could come
down the following year because the city wil]
have already purchased the signs for the bus
stops at about $20,000.
Grant money that had kept the service going
since its inception three years ago is now gone.
The city still hopes for state grant money to
help with the costs, but funding won't come
earlier than 2007. The city also is eligible foi
federal funds through the Rural Transportation
Grant Program.
Sollenberger noted with interest that aftei
three consecutive months of declining rider-
ship and a monthly average of 3,800 riders, the
number jumped to more than 5,300 in June,
which is up to where the ridership numbers
were in the past.
The city will continue to contract with HART-
line until a decision has been made, Sollen-
berger said.


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How about this for
reality programming:
School starts back this
week.
While the Tampa Bay
Buccaneers were running
around the country offering
large strong guys millions of
dollars to play 16 (and
hopefully a few more) football
games, school officials were
lining up less lucrative offers -
sans signing bonuses for
would-be educators ready to
fill a more demanding
schedule.
Around our four-county
area, 676 public schools and
53,000 staff- about half of
those teachers have been
getting ready to engage the
educational needs of about
438,000 students. Private
school statistics are hard to
come by, but Hillsborough
alone lists more than 100
registered with the state.
Not only are the roads
going to be jammed with
yellow school buses, but with
the advent of school choice,
many will be passing each
other several times a day,
going in opposite directions.
A surprising number of the
shining faces fresh to the
classroom will be brand-new
teachers. In fact, with teacher
retention a growing challenge
for most school districts, this
year more first-year educators
than ever before will find


DEREK
MAUL
Columnist

themselves face to face with a
room full of glorious opportu-
nity.
It all sounds complex, a
bundle of unwieldy behemoth
operations burdened with
bureaucracy, politics, sched-
uling nightmares, conflicting
demands and red tape.
But, success at school and
this is the key reality and the
only one that counts -- still
remains a simple equation
well within the power of every
family to solve. No Child Left
Behind is not up to Gov. Jeb
Bush, cannot be guaranteed
by the Hillsborough County
School Board, has nothing to
do with lavish investments in
technology, and it is well
beyond the power of the
federal government.
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CLASS NOTES

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Chris Vitellh recently
graduated from Harvard
University's Graduate
School of Education with a
master's degree in admi-
nistration, planning and
social policy.
Vitelli, a Plant City
native, is a University of
Florida alumnus and
former National FFA pres-
ident.
Vitelli has accepted a
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the director of Student
Services within the College
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By LINDA CHION KENNEY
lchion@mediageneral.com
A new principal is at the helm of
Durant High School.
The Hillsborough County school board
late last month named Pamela Bowden,
an assistant principal at the school last
year, to head Durant.
Joe Perez, the outgoing principal at
Durant, was tapped to become the dis-
trict's personnel services manager.
Bowden lives in Plant City and has
deep ties to Durant. Her son, Chip, the
school's starting quarterback, led the
Cougars last year to a district title and the
region final.
At a back-to-school meeting with
teachers last week, Bowden promised to
keep alive the tradition at Durant to stay
child-centered and child-focused. Perez
joined her at the meeting and gave testa-
ment to his school's reputation as a place
"that cares for kids and takes care of
kids."
Perez and Bowden also paid special
tribute to the 60 members of the charter
staff who continue to work at Durant.
The school opened for the 1995-96 school
year with its charter principal, Ron Frost.
Frost died of cancer, but not before he set
the tone for the school to run more like
an elementary school with "nurturing
and caring" than as a mini-college with
"a more calculating environment," as
Perez put it;


LINDA CHION KENNEY/Staff photo
School District of Hillsborough County Area 6 Director Barbara Franques, right, and
Joe Perez, Durant High School's outgoing principal, congratulate Pam Bowden on her
appointment to the school's top administrative post. As the school enters its 10th
year, Bowden becomes its fourth principal.


Perez replaced Sherrie Sikes, the
second principal, and passed the baton
to Bowden, noting she takes over a school
that still employs much of its original fac-
ulty and staff members.
"That's unheard of," Perez said. "And it
says something special about Durant."
All the school's charter members were


called to the stage by name and given a
specially-designed lapel pin to weal
throughout the year. The rest of the stafi
was given a special commemorative pin
to mark the school's 10-year anniversary.
It's a touch Perez believes is important,
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FA MILY


LIVING


BETTY'S PLACE



Irish Isoms Still Smiling After 50


Little Bobby Henning may
be grown now, but I'll bet he's
never forgotten that hot
summer day he almost
caught Rita Isom's bridal
bouquet.
Rita and Charles Isom
recently celebrated their 52nd
wedding anniversary and a
surprise visit from Father Joe
Begley from Tipperary,
Ireland. Many of St. Clemen-
t's parishioners know Father
loe, who has spent many
summers in Plant City.
This year, however, he is
assigned to Dunedin, but
took time to drop in on the
Isom's celebration. He shared
a wonderful story about
officiating one of his first
marriages. He gave the Mass
and then waited for the
couple and family to leave;
when they remained seated,
someone whispered to him
that he'd forgotten to marry
the young couple.
"Good thing it was an Irish
wedding and everyone had a
good laugh," he said.
Rita and Charles, like
Father Joe, who teaches Latin
to teenagers in Ireland, have a
long history of teaching and
supervising both are retired
from the Hillsborough County
School system. Charles grew
up in Plant City, graduated
from Columbia University in
New York City and served in
the Army in the Middle East
and Africa. It was at Camp
Blanding that he introduced
his sister, Louise, to the late
Howard Henning. They
married, thus, Little Bobby.
Charles met his bride upon
his return to Plant City after
the war, while teaching sixth
grade at Turkey Creek. Rita, a
Philadelphia girl and new
West Chester State College
graduate, was on her first
teaching assignment (Turkey
Creek, third grade).
The Isoms have two
daughters, Joan and Louise; a
son-in-law, Tom; three
granddaughters; and two
great-grandchildren. Congrat-
ulations, Rita and Charles.


Special To The Courier
It's not a guy thing, but little Bobby Henning must not have known that when Rita Isom tossed her
bridal bouquet.


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


Jim and Ruby Jean Redman
must be pleased as can be
that daughter, Pam Bowden,
has been named principal of
Durant High School.


Special To The Courier
Some caught fish, all caught some rays. Jeff Joyce of Plant City,
second from right, headed to the Florida Keys recently on a
trip hosted by Glen Brown of UAP Corp., third from left, who
took a group of clients to Caloosa Cove. Also shown are Kyle
Storey, Jack Conroy, Jason Devane and Doug Wise.


We know, too, that Hilman
and Barbara Bowden, Pam's
in-laws, and husband, Bud,
are also beaming with pride.
Job well done.


No more green card for this
Green.
Longtime Plant City
resident, Patricia Green, and
wife of sculptor David Green,
joined 409 others to become
an American citizen at the
Tampa Convention Center on
July 30.
Joining her and David for
the ceremony were daughter
Roselee Exum, and friends Dr.
Brenda Dukes, Brenda
Chandler and Betty Roney.
"It was awesome to share
this exciting moment with
those I love," Patricia said.
"It's such a blessing to now be
a citizen of this great country
and take part in the right to
vote."
I know your family, includ-
ing your son, Jeffery, and
daughters Kimberly and
Christina, daughter-in-law
and sons-in-law and all those
grandchildren. I'm sure they
are all saying, "Well done,
Mom, but what took you so
long?" Congratulations,
Patricia.

****

It sounded like a company
trip, six guys with business
affiliations, but it turned out
to be four days of fun and no
work.
Glen Brown, of UAP Corp.,
took a group of clients to
Calbosa Cove in the Florida
Keys, and, as hoped, some
good size dolphin and
snapper joined in the fun.
Though they might have
opted to pass on it if they
knew what was coming.


Special to The Courier
Patricia Green, shown above
with her husband, David, is
ready to exercise her right to
vote now that she is a U.S.
citizen.

It was Jeff Joyce's first trip
to the Caloosa Cove, which is
on the southern tip of Lower
Matecumbe Key in Islamo-
rada. Joyce, who works for
Lazy Creek Farms in Plant
City, said they spent the day
fishing and in the evening at
local restaurants, which
prepared their catch. Good
thing Doug Wise caught more
than his share or Joyce might
have gone hungry.


Learned that Adrienne
Kerst's husband, Jim, who is
in the Air Force, is due back
from Korea soon.
Before moving to Rapid
City, S.D., Adrienne was the
historic preservation adminis-
trator for the city at the 1914
School. Her parents, brother
and nephew recently paid a
visit to the Black Hills state.
Adrienne is continuing her

See BRIGGS, Page 9


COMMUNITY

ROUNDUP

'Bye Bye, Birdie'
cast awards
Plant City Entertain-
ment has announced the
winners of its cast awards
from its latest production,
"Bye Bye, Birdie." Winners
are:
Best actor: Nick Folkes
as Albert Peterson.
Best actress and Peo-
ple's Choice award winner:
April Smith, as Rosie Alve-
rez.
Cast choice, male:
Wesley Morgan, accom-
panist.
Cast choice, female:
Courtney Kyle, stage
manager.
Beverley Harrison
Award, "for true theater
commitment and enthusi-
asm: Daniel Rosado.
Jennifer Jackson's
Director's Choice award
went to Tom Mitchell for
his set design.
Orin Linders' Director's
Choice award went to
Susan Miller as Doris
MacAfee.

Clogging classes,
team positions
Brenda Eaton of the
Buckshot Cloggers will
begin clogging classes
Aug. 10 and continue each
Tuesday at Thatcher Park
in Lithia.
Classes for beginners
and intermediate cloggers
are 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.;
advanced class is 6:30 to 8:
30 p.m.
Buckshot Cloggers have
participated and won
awards in national com-
petition.
The team also invites
experienced loggers age 5
to 16 to the team tryouts
on Aug. 3 and Aug. 10.
For more information
on the classes or tryouts,
call Eaton at 633-3366.

Troop seeks trailer
Boy Scout Troop No.
176 seeks donations of
canoes and a trailer to haul
gear.
Call: Morris Haas, 988-
4459.

Art Guild art shows
East Hillsborough Art
Guild will be displaying art
through August by the fol-
lowing artists at the loca-
tions below:
Bruton Memorial
Library Austin Dodson,
master of fine arts,
Pennsylvania Academy of
the Fine Arts.
Florida Blood Services
in Plant City Lori Lynne
Suptkin, watercolors.
Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce -
James Humbling.
Park Side Cafe -
Mother/daughter exhibit:
Jan Burrows, collage;
Nancy Smith.
Orange Blossom Tea
Room Angela Santos.
Paso Fino Association
- Jossie de Q. Azorin.
The Plant City
See COMMUNITY, Page 13


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AUGUST 5, 2004 THE COURIER 9


CLUB NOTES

Local Woman's Club
attends annual convention
Members of the Plant City GFWC
Woman's Club attended the GFWC
Woman's Club's 113th annual
International Convention held
recently at Lake Coronado Spring
Resort at Lake Buena Vista.
Plant City representatives were club
president Barbara Keene, first vice
president Helen Carter-Printz, and


Judy Zarring.
The GFWC Florida Federation of
Women's Clubs hosted the "Fun in the
Florida Sun" banquet that featured a
Key West theme.
GFWC International Club president
Judy Lutz of St. Petersburg presided
over the convention, and many coun-
tries were represented, including
Japan, England, Croatia and Hondu-
ras.
For more information on the Plant
City Woman's Club, call Helen, 659-
4361.


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

Class of '84
The Plant City High School class of
1984 will celebrate its 20-year reunion
Aug. 20-21 at Saddlebrook Resort in
Wesley Chapel.
Classmates who have not received
an invitation can visit Reunion Cele-


brations (www.reunioncelebratio-
ns.com). Advance registration is
preferred to help allocate meal and
room planning.
Call: 874-9967, or e-mail Julie@re-
unioncelebrations.com.
Class message boards can be found
at www.classmates.com.
PCHS Class of '55
The Plant City High School Class of
1955 meets the third Tuesday of each
month at 9 a.m. at BuddyFreddys,
1101 Goldfinch Drive.
See CLUBS, Page 18


IN UNIFORM


Coleman
Air Force Chief Master Ser-
geant David L. Coleman cele-
brated his retirement during a
ceremony held
July 9 at Maxwell rr
Air Force Base,
Alabama.
He last assign-
ment was Chief
of Maintenance
for the 42nd
Communica-
tions Squadron Coleman
at Maxwell.
Coleman, 44, was born in
Plant City and is married to
the former Connie A. McCall
of Cottonwood, Ala. They have
two children, Brian and Jes-
sica.
He is the son of Edwin and
Effie Jones of Plant City, and


BRIGGS
Continued From Page 8
interest in archeology and
historic preservation, and
what better place? "Sue," the
gigantic T-rex now at Chica-
go's Field Museum, Was
discovered in South Dakota.
*****,
Amy Rayburn Hulsizer, on
break from the University of
Maryland at Baltimore
County, is getting to know her
brand new nephew Nolan
Moos. Her husband, Jesse,
will join her in two weeks
before heading back home to
Baltimore where he also is a
student.


the late Curtis L. Coleman.
Attending the ceremony
were Shirley Dixon and Terry
Neese of Lithia, and Mr. and
Mrs. Bobby Coleman and
daughter, Jordan, of Dothan,
Ala.

Hancock
Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class
Wayne E. Hancock and his
fellow shipmates recently par-
ticipated in the Navy's largest
deployment evolution,
Summer Pulse 2004, while
assigned to the amphibious
assault ship USS Wasp, home-
ported in Norfolk, Va.
Hancock's wife Kimberly is
the daughter of Dolores Pitts
of Plant City. He joined the
Navyin November 1999.


I heard this bright girl,
working on a degree in
mathematics and economics,
has been surprised at how
much babies cry. The
question is, is he spoiled, is it
colic or is he just doing what
babies do? I bet Grandma Sue
knows. A registered nurse, she
just returned from an assign-
ment in Long Beach, Calf.

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me in. Send items to gaby-
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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Dover: S. Dover Rd & Downing St,
659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
Allen Chapel: 1109 E. Laura St,
752-7389
Mount Olive: 1113 W Madison St
Mount Olive: Horton Rd,
737-2628
APOSTOLIC
Asamblea Apostolica:
1501 Colson Rd, 737-3496
Apostolic Church
ofJesus Christ:
1212 W Reynolds, 477-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd,
Lithia, 685-4240
Bethany: 9804 Harney Rd,
Thonotosassa, 986-5771
Calvary Fellowship:
1110 N. Gordon St, 752-5005
Dover First: SR 574 & Pettie Rd,
689-0343
Faith Temple: 1-4 at
Hillsborough-Polk County
Line, 752-0532
Faith Lighthouse:
3409 SR 39 N. 752-1885
First Plant City:
Charlie Griffin Rd,
W of SR 39, 752-3351
FortAlafla: Corner of South
Hwy. 39 & Swilley Rd, 737-4656
Keysville: SR 640, 737-4803
Mount Zion:
1-4 at Thonotosassa Rd, 752-1614
Pleasant Grove:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-3529
Victory Worship Center:
County Line Rd, 754-6089
Sydney: Sydney Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of Sydney-Dover Rd, 659-0532
Turkey Creek:
Turkey Creek Rd, 754-5372
BAPTIST
Ahava: Turkey Creek Rd,
N. of SR 60, 737-3739
Alafia Baptist:
222 Alafla Church Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd, 737-3240
Berea: SR 39 S, 737-1232
Bethany: Cork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel: 804 W. Renfro St,
754-2239
Beulah: Allen & County Line Rd,
Lithia, 737-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd,
752-2875
Burchwood Temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 574, 752-3782
Calvary Free Will:
3539 Trapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grove: E. Keysville Rd,
737-1234
Central of Lithia:
Pinecrest & Keysville Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 E. Alsobrook, 752-3740
Community Christian:
1310 N. Shannon Ave, 754-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S, Pinecrest,
737-1211
Dover Eastside: Countryside
Baptist Church, 2820
Gallagher, 571-8200
Dover First: N. Gallagher Rd.
659-0203
Eastside: 1318 E. Calhoun St.
754-2681
East Thonotosassa: McIntosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd, 986--03-6
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 W. Washington St. 754-6661
First Baptist Church of
Midway: Midway Rd, 752-"209


first Baptist Lithia:
Intersection of SR 39 &
Lithia-Pinecrest Rd, 737-1121
First Plant City:
503 N. Palmer, 752-4104
First Thonotosassa Missionary:
McIntosh Rd, 986-4756
Harmony Baptist Church:
6008 W Knights Griffin Rd,
986-7165
Hopewel: SR 39 S, 737-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Hwy,
752-4972
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
752-2006
Lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd,
754-5278
Mount Moriah Freewill:
Warren &Johnson St, 754-4397
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W. Ball St,
754-3834
New Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., 752-3985
Northside:
1700 N. 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,
754-4879
St. Luke Missionary:
108 S. Warnell St, 754-4992
St. Mary's Freewill:
Hunter & Warren St, 754-6853
St. Mary Missionary:
1804 S.R. 60E., 737-3668
St. Mary's Primitive Baptist
Church: 907 E. Laura St,
754-1616
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church:
5447 S. Turkey Creek Rd,
737-1224
Turkey Creek First:
TrapnellRd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Westside: 2503 W. GranfieldAve,
752-1450
Whitehurst Rd:
901 N. Whitehurst Rd, 754-5405
CATHOLIC
St. Clement: 1104 N.-Alexander St,
752-8251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder Rd,
752-2771
Cork: Cork Road, 752-1521
Laura St: 1310 E. Laura St,
752-2858
Springhead: Wiggins Rd,
754-1485
CHRISTIAN
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,
752-5385
CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian:
.5clntosh Rd, N of SR 5'1
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
Veu' G6rae: 1214 I. Laura S-1
CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn
(alrarn ( community:
5209 Smith-Rrals Rd
Dover: Downing St. 659-2900
Plant City: 2103 .tudlake Rd.


752-4591
Turkey Creek: Turkey Creek Rd
at SR 60, 737-1331
Thonotosassa:
1702 N. Taylor Rd, 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson, Indiana)
Kingsway First: 2808 Kinsway
N., Seffner, 657-7500
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
713 Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St,
752-6438
Gospel Tabernacle:
Allen & Haines St
EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
752-5061
HOLINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 W. Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
728 W. Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Restoration Assembly:
106 S. Evers St.
Evangelists forJesus
Tabernacle:
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Growth Center:
1310 N. Shannon, 719-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 E. 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. Maryland Ave, 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, 752-7863
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Calvary Chapel of Plant City:
2102 N. Park Rd, 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
W. McLin Ave.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffner Elementary
School, 657-7914
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. 764-0929
Greater Love Christian Center:
1109 N. Franklin St, 759-8270
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 F. Hillsborough. Ire.
154-2674
tnityr Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St. 659-2621
I'ouman's Praise and Worship
Center: l..S. 92 E
ORTHODOX
Iloly Protection Ukrainian
Orthodox Church: 3820 ,loores
Lake Rd. Dorer. 659-0123


PENTECOSTAL
Christian Life Assembly:
3120 S. Miller Rd., 657-4802
Living Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. Evers St, 759-0528
New Hope Worship Center:
803 W. Mahoney St, 757-6123
New Life Temple Pentecostal
Church of God:
3301 Clemons Rd, 754-7088
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dover: Moore's Lake &
Holiness Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the Living God:
1102 Tyler St, 754-5840
PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant City:
1107 Charlie Griffin Rd, 759-9383
First Presbyterian Plant City:
404 W. Reynolds St, 752-4211
SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk with God Ministry:
15140 SR 574, Dover, 659-0930
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant City: 2203 Strawberry Dr,
752-4694
SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W.Johnson Rd,
754-5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.,
Valrico, 685-0998
UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W. Sam Allen Rd,
754-3233
Dover First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415
First Plant City: 303 N. Evers St,
754-3519
Grace: 1801 E. Cherry St,
659-3718
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr,
754-2441
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman
Rd, 752-5751
St. Luke: 809 E. Laura St,
757-6051
Thonotosassa: Fort King Huy
at Mistletoe Dr. 986-"135
Trinity Plant City: 402 I:
English St, 752-9316


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

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

1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
(Off 1-4, Exit 21 South)
(813)752-8251

St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185


First United
Methodist
Church of
Plant City
303 N E .er- Steet
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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

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DEATHS

Brooker
Davis A. Brooker, 71, of Plant City died
July 22.
He was a lifelong resident of Plant
City, was a Marine Corps veteran of the
Vietnam War, was a shift supervisor in
the mining industry and attended
Turkey Creek Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife, Blondell; a
son, David A. of Jacksonville; three
daughters, Martha Booker of Plant City,
Vickie Wiggins of Tennessee and Judy
Moen of Monroe, La.; a brother, Jimmy
of Georgia; a sister, Sarah Tyler of Bran-
don; 12 grandchildren; and six great-
grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

McDonald
Velma H. McDonald, 88, of Lithia died
July 26.
She was born in Mineral Springs, N.C.,
and was a longtime resident of this area.
She was a homemaker and for 69
years was an active member of Beulah
Baptist Church.
She is survived by her son, Timothy of
Lithia; her daughter, Barbara Roberts of
Lithia; two brothers, Walt Holden of
Lithia and Sonny Holden of Ellenton;
two sisters, Jewell Fulghum of Temple
Terrace and Jean Moore of Mississippi;
six grandchildren; and six great grand-
children.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Middleton
Kathy E. Middleton, 47, of Dover died
July 25.
She was born in Miami, was a data
processing manager and attended
McIntosh Christian Church.
She is survived by a son, Charles D.
"Chase" III of Dover; two daughters,


Krystal E. and Megan R., both of Dover;
her mother, Joyce Taylor of Dover; and
two brothers, Charles R. Taylor and
Tommy D. Taylor, both of Dover.
Haught Funeral Home.

Murr
Charles A. Murr Sr., 74, of Tampa died
July 23.
He was born in Wheeling, W.Va., and
was a longtime resident of Tampa.
He was a U.S. Army veteran of the
Korean War, and was a retired mechanic
for IMC Phosphates.
He is survived by a son, Charles A. Jr.
of Tampa; a daughter, Laura Duke of
Keysville; four grandchildren; four great-
grandchildren; and six great-great-
grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Newkirk
Harry D. Newkirk, 83, of Plant City
died July 24.
He was born in Vermillion County,
Ind., and was a longtime resident of
Plant City.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran of World
War II, and worked as a barber for more
than 50 years.
He is survived by his wife, Margaret; a
son, Robert D. of South Carolina; two
daughters, Margaret Oldham of Haines
City and Connie Newkirk of Plant City;
three brothers, Herman Riley, Herschel
Riley and John Riley, all of Indiana; two
sisters, Betty Shortridge and Mildred
Wallace, both of Indiana; five grandchil-
dren; and three great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Pharr
George W. Pharr, 95, of Plant City died
July 23.
He was born in Snellville, Ga., and was
a longtime resident of Plant City.
He is survived by four sons, George
"Woody" Jr. of Fairbanks, Alaska, Timo-


thy of Fort Myers, Roy of Plant City and
David of Live Oak; 14 grandchildren;
and four great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Robinson
James R. "Bob" Robinson, 84, of Plant
City died July 25.
He was born in Nichols and was a life-
long resident of Plant City.
He was a descendent of a pioneer
family who owned and operated the first
hotel in Plant City.
He was retired from the Hillsborough
County School District where he served
as a maintenance foreman for Area IV.
He attended the Plant City Church of
Christ.
He is survived by his wife, Vonelle
Smith Robinson; a daughter, Betty Rob-
inson Weakland of Brandon; a stepson,
Dr. J.R. Miles of Plant City; five grand-
children and a great-grandson.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Watson
Milton E. Watson, Sr., 81, of Lakeland
died July 29.
He was born in Plant City and was a
longtime resident of this area.
He was a forklift operator for Union
Can and was a member of Shiloh Baptist
Church.
He is survived by his wife, Virginia
Price Bocknor Watson; six sons, Thomas
of Greenville, Ala., Eric of Lakeland, Ray-
mond of Fort Myers, James of Plant City,
and Mark Bocknor and Herbert Watson,
both of Dover; three daughters, Lottie
Watson Wiggins, Marianne Bocknor
Langford and- Lori Watson Wiggins of
-Plant City; two brothers, Benny of
Bartow and Thomas of Texas; two sis-
ters, Wilma Davis and Myrtice Griffin,
both of Georgia; 21 grandchildren; 13
great-grandchildren; and two great-
great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.


OFFERINGS

First Baptist offers musical
theater program
The First Baptist Church
School of Music will offer a
musical theater program for
its fall semester.
Classes will meet once a
week for 45 minutes and will
prepare to perform the play "A
Partridge in a Pear Tree." The
semester will conclude with a
dessert theater presentation.
Call: 750-4878.-

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

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.

Kids' crusade
Pleasant Grove Assembly of
God, 7051 S. Turkey Creek
Road, will offer their Kids'
Crusade Aug. 15-18.
See OFFER, Page 16


ALL KIDS ACADEMY
infants, Toddlers, Pre-School & After School Child Care
"Children are the promise of our future" F
Pre-school/Developmental Curriculum
Large Playground Computer Lab
Before and After School Care & Pick Up Tn'=,


FRE MMMT


3007 S. Daniels Rd. 752-4561


405329


We're Looking for
a Few Good Yards
The Community Water-Wise Awards.program wants your
attractive, water-efficient landscape. The program is open
to everyone in the following categories:
* Resident/Homeowners
* Multi-Family Properties
* Governmental Properties
* Commercial Properties
* Builders Schools Other
Entries are available online at: TampaBayWater.org
For more information, please call the Florida Yards &
Neighborhoods program in your county. Entries must be
sent by August 31, 2004.

Hillsborough County: 813-744-5519, ext. 144
Pasco County: 352-521-4288 or 727-847-8177
Pinellas County: 727-582-2124

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TONY COLE USES FLAG FOOTBALL

To BRING FAMILIES TOGETHER

... AND TO HELP THE HOMELESS


A child care specialist at
Hillsborough County Childrens
Services, Tony Cole works with
children taken from their parents
because of neglect, abuse, or
abandonment. He tries to show
them that you can live well and
still have ethics and family values,
On weekends, he helps bring
families together through an adult
flag football league he formed.
Twice a year, Tony holds a flag
football tournament, asking
participants to bring canned
goods for organizations that feed
the homeless.
Tony is one of the many county
employees who dedicate time to
others in our community. It's a way
of life built upon traditional values. Service
to community, Commitment to family.
And a respect for others.
At Hillsborough County, whether it's
helping children, fixing roads or providing
health care to those in need...


Hillsborough County
Florida


SERVING THE COMMUNITY Is AT THE HEART
OF EVERYTHING WE Do


For Information About County Services, Call The Hillsborough Information Line: 272-5900.
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
407080






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REMEMBER
Continued From Page 1
'They sent us straight to the hospital
because of the severe optic nerve
swelling," Anita said.
Nichole suffered from neurofibro-
matosis, a genetic disorder that causes
tumors to grow on nerves of the central
nervous system, the brain and the
spine. It runs in Anita's family, but
Nichole was a first for the family her
specific condition, called optic nerve
glioma, was cancerous.
Three months after that first doctor
visit, Nichole was completely blind.
Doctors sent the family to the oncol-
ogy department at St. Joseph's Hospital
in Tampa to begin immediate chemo-
therapy. Nichole endured 89 treat-
ments from December, 1999 to
October, 2001. After six months off,
doctors found the tumor growing
again and gave her another round of
chemo, then another.
Even during the chemo, Nichole
attended Colson, which specializes in
teaching visually impaired students.
Teachers were amazed with her energy
despite the chemicals coursing
through her body. She would show up
to school, often sporting one of her
favorite pairs of overalls and cowboy
boots, and would hardly miss a beat.
Though Willis, her aid, was there to
help her through the day, Nichole
insisted on doing what she could on
her own. She had an uncanny ability to
navigate her way around the class-
room, and had wisdom and intelli-
gence beyond her years.
"She always had a lot of spunk,"
Watson said. "Sometimes she would
say she was tired and go to her bean
bag and rest and in a few minutes she
was up and wanting to do what every-
one else was doing."

A tough patient
But the tumor started to grow again,
and in October of last year, doctors
found a tumor on the Nicole's hypo-
thalamus, a part of the brain. They
decided to try six months of radiation
treatment along with chemotherapy.
Even through the radiation, "She
was a trooper," Anita said. "She was a
fighter." Nichole would lie still through
the uncomfortable procedures, and
doctors remarked that she was one of
the toughest patients they had
treated.
"She was always happy," said Anita
Boyd's boyfriend of more than two
years, Gerald Webb. "She never let it


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Cards such as this one line the walls of
the apartment where Nichole lived.


Photo courtesy Susan Watson
Nichole recited the Pledge of Alliance during her preschool graduation at Colson
Elementary. She made her way around the classroom almost as if she could see,
teachers said.


get her down. It was unbelievable."
In January, Nichole had her first
stroke, a side effect caused by the
damage the radiation had done to the
blood vessels in her brain. A couple
more strokes followed. Doctors at
Shands Hospital in Gainesville sug-
gested surgery to repair the damaged
vessels to prevent the strokes.
That would mean stopping chemo-
therapy during Nichole's post-op
recovery. The family took the calcu-
lated risk and Nichole underwent her
first brain surgery in March to repair
the vessels on one side of her brain.
The other side was to be repaired the
next month.
In mid-April, Nichole was diagnosed
with hydrocephalus, or fluid on the
brain. Doctors performed surgery to
repair the damaged blood vessels and
insert a shunt to drain the fluid. Six
weeks of rehabilitation at Tampa
General Hospital went well, Anita said,
and Nichole was home by June 16.
On June 21, the day after Father's
Day, "her health changed in the blink
of an eye," Anita said, snapping her
fingers. Nichole screamed out in pain
even when her mother went to pick
her up. An MRI showed the tumor on
Nichole's brain had doubled in size.
"They said nothing more could be
done and that we might have two
months, maybe," Anita Boyd said.
"The tumor would grow against the
brain stem and cut off the oxygen


flow."
Two days later, Nichole fell into a
coma.
The family brought their daughter
home to Plant City, where Anita and
Nichole had been living with Anita's
stepmother in a first floor, two
bedroom apartment at Townsgate
Apartments on Thonotosassa Road.
With help from LifePath Hospice, the
family tried to make her as comfort-
able as possible during her last days.

A rally of support
During Nichole's last days, that
small, two-bedroom apartment stayed
full. Family members from both sides
of the family remained on a round-
the-clock vigil, sleeping wherever they
could find a space. Nichole's hospital
bed had been set up in the living room,
and there was someone by her side
every moment of the day.
Anita and Wendell Boyd, who are a
divorced, said they owe family, friends,
acquaintances and even strangers a
debt of gratitude.
"Everyone bent over backwards for
us," Wendell said. That was what Nich-
ole brought out in people, he said.
"You couldn't help but love her."
People brought food every day to
help feed the dozens of people
crammed into the apartment.
Neighbor Diane Durgey let Wendell
Boyd and other family sleep on her
couch and floor. She also visited local


restaurants to ask for donations of
meal coupons.
Durgey said tragedy in her own
family, coupled with her love for Nich-
ole, made helping a second-nature
response.
"I know what it's like to go through a
hard situation, so I wanted to be there
for them," Durgey said.
Friends took up collection of money
for Anita, who was out of work. Fortu-
nately, Medicaid paid for Nichole's
medical bills. Anita said she also was
thankful for the Make-A-Wish Foun-
dation, who had provided a computer
designed for a blind person for Nichole
when she was still well.
Even simple gestures such as ten-
ants giving up their assigned parking
spaces for visiting friends and family
was touching, said Anita.
When Nichole died at 5:38 a.m. on
July 8, her parents sat on each side of
her bed, each holding Nichole's hand.
Nichole's favorite music, children's
gospel, played on the stereo. Anita left
the bedside about 30 minutes later to
play a certain song, "Serenaded By
Angels," because of the lyrics "She
went to sleep that night never to
awaken/but it was OK with her
because she awoke in heaven/free
from pain and sin."
Pastor James Smith of Countryside
Baptist Church had visited the family
on a number of occasions, once
coming in the middle of the night
when the family thought Nicole was
nearing death. He arrived not long
after Nichole died and said there was a
sense of calm in the apartment that
morning.
"It was like peace had come into the
home and into their lives," Smith said.
"They knew where Nicole had gone."
The Plant City Church of God offered
the church's giant sanctuary for the
service, and the church was full of well
wishers who watched as two huge
screens flashed photos of Nichole
while the sound system played her
favorite songs.
"I've never seen a funeral like that in
my life," Wendell Boyd said.
This fall, Colson plans to memorial-
ize Nichole in some way, perhaps with
a butterfly garden, Watson said. She
plans to put together a book about
Nichole so that students can find more
about the memorial.

'Part of her with me'
Anita Boyd admits she still catches
herself thinking that, when the phone
rings, it will be her daughter calling, as
she did when she visited her father or
friend, to say she's ready to be picked
up.
"But I know she wouldn't want to
come back from where she is," she
said.
Nichole is buried in Plant City's
Mount Enon Cemetery. Her headstone
reads, "I was blind, but now I see."
Last week, Anita said she wasn't
sure what the future held for her. She
had lost her last job, like several before
that one, because it was impossible
not to miss work for Nichole. The last
eight months of Nichole's life, Anita
didn't work at all. She said she hoped
to find a job working with blind chil-
dren like her daughter.
Then she got a call back about a job
inquiry she had made, and on Tues-
day, Anita was in Ybor City, filling out
the paperwork to start her new job at
Dover Exceptional Center, working
with the blind and hearing impaired.
"I believe it's God's way, that Nich-
ole was part of me getting this job," she
said. "When working with these chil-
dren, I'll still have a part of her with
me."


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Courier/Tampa Tribune Erika
Grand, Jamie Hamblin.
For information about the artists or
exhibits, call exhibition chairperson
Jossie de Q. Azorin, 754-2366.

'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.
YMCA offerings
Plant City Family YMCA, 1507 YMCA
Place, announces the following offer-
ings:
Registration for four-on-four men's
basketball is underway and runs
through Aug. 27 at the Plant City
Family YMCA and Youth Extension
Site, 502 E. Young St. Games begin
Sept. 2, and the season runs through
Nov. 4. The cost is $30 for facility mem-
bers and $45 for program members.
Undercover Aerobics, a new class
designed for the full-figured woman,
takes place every Thursday from 5:15
to 6 p.m. Free to facility members.
A creative writing class is held the
second Monday of each month from
11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Free to facility
members.
Superstars is a licensed after-
school program that offers pick ups
from all Plant City elementary schools.
Call: 757-6677.

Blood drives
Florida Blood Services plans a blood
drive Aug. 5 at 2 p.m. at Albertson's
Distribution Center, 1402 Albertsons
Drive.
FBS also runs its Neighborhood
Donor Center, 1902 James Redman
Parkway, Monday and Tuesday from 8
a.m. to 7 p.m.; Wednesday through
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Saturday,
7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Call: 752-7638.
BloodNet USA plans the following
drives:
Aug. 10 from 9 to 10:30 a.m. at IMC
Phosphates, 6811 S. State Road 39.

Baton twirling
Baton twirling classes taught by Bar-


JACKIE'S
DANCE THEATRE
CLOGGING & GYM
HoME OF PLANT CITY
CHILDREN'S THEATRE
"Nutcracker" Oklahoma & Fame
507 N. Wheeler St. Plant City
813-752-1683 813-752-1621
www.jackiesdance.com
After school extended care

Qym, Clogging,
Tap, Cheedaniice,
HipHop,
Musical Theatre
Ballet Pointe
Chrlistianii Lyrical

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

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

Friends of The Spring
The East Hillsborough Friends of
The Spring will award a pair of compli-
mentary round-trip tickets to any of
nine designated cities in Europe on
American Airlines. The winners may
choose from any of the following cities:
Rome, Madrid, Paris, London, Brus-
sels, Zurich, Frankfurt, Germany, Glas-
gow, Scotland, or Manchester,
England. The airline tickets may be
used between Nov. 7 and Oct. 31,
2005.
The cost of each donation ticket is
$10, or three for $25.
The drawing for the winning ticket
will take place Nov. 6 during this year's
Spring Harvest Ball at the Red Rose
ballroom of the Plant City Ramada Inn.
You need not be present to win.
Call: Susan Kolker, 752-0525, or
Charlotte Schnall, 749-0113.

Archery tourney
Doyen Sawmill Archery hosts an
archery tournament every third Satur-
day of the month at 16439 S. State
Road 39 in Lithia.
The cost is $10 with lunch provided.
Call: Gary, 633-8609.

Senior employment program
The AARP Foundation's Senior
Community Service Employment Pro-
gram helps limited-income seniors get
back into the workforce.
The program is for people who are
55 years old or older, and is at 2001 E.
Cherry St. in the Tampa Bay Workforce
Alliance Center.
The program, created to provide on-
the-job training, places individuals in a
non-profit agency or government


offices to help those seniors update
their skills or create new ones.
Work consists of 20 hours at the host
agency.
Call: Julia Williams, 930-7883, or the
center, 930-7880.

G.E.D. classes
The Hillsborough County School
District offers free adult high school
credit and general educational
development diploma classes.
Classes are offered at more than 100
locations and during flexible day and
evening hours with customized
instruction to meet individual student
needs.
Information: 276-5654 or www.-
acesdhc.org.

Musical theater classes
The Plant City Children's Theatre
offers the following classes:
Monday- Musical theater for ages
5 to 10, 5:45 p.m.; ages 10 to 25, 7:15
p.m.
Tuesday gym, jazz and hip-hop
for ages 5 to 10, 6:15 p.m.; ages 10 to
16, 7:15 p.m.
Wednesday gym, hip-hop,
lyrical, ages 12 to 19, 4 to 7 p.m.
Call: 752-1621.

Blood pressure checks
The Hillsborough County Depart-
ment of Aging Services offers free
blood pressure readings for seniors the
first Monday of the month at 10:30
a.m. at Plant City Senior Center, 1205
S. Waller St.
Call: 757-3824.

Planteen offerings
The Planteen Center, 301 Dort St.,
offers the following:
Tracy's System of Chinese Kenpo
Karate is offered every Saturday from 8
to 11:30 a.m. The class promotes fit-
ness, coordination and self-discipline.
Call: 759-0731.
Individual piano lessons are
offered for $10. Call to make an
appointment.
A scrapbooking club meets Satur-
day. Bring a snack to share. For dates
and times, call Jaci, 757-9166
Al-Anon meets Wednesday nights
from 8 to 9 p.m. each week. Ages 14
and older are welcome. Call: Glenda,
719-9132.
Women's empowerment, Fridays,
6 p.m.


Baton classes are taught every
Thursday at the Planteen Center, 301
Dort St. Beginner classes will be from
5:30 to 6:30 p.m. and intermediate/
advanced from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Call: Barbara, 626-4554.

Road to Recovery seeks volunteers
Volunteers are needed for the Ame-
rican Cancer Society's Road to Recov-
ery program in Plant City.
It is a volunteer-based transporta-
tion program that helps people get to
and from their cancer treatments if
they have no other form of transporta-
tion. Volunteers must have a car and
be available for a few weekday hours
per month, between 9 aTn. and 5 p.m.
Call: 685-0670, Ext. 115.

Car safety seat checks
South Florida Baptist Hospital offers
free car safety seat checks Friday and
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., throughout
the year at SFBH's Community Health
Resource Center.
The checks are by appointment
only. Call: 754-4444.

Pregnancy Care Center
The Pregnancy Care Center of Plant
City, 304 N. Collins St., offers free preg-
nancy tests, information and
confidential support. The center is
open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Volunteers are needed.
Call: 759-0886.

Eyeglasses wanted
The Plant City Lions seek used eye-
glasses and hearing aids.
The club collects the items for distri-
bution to needy people in Florida and
other nations.
To donate, place the items in a
"Lions Recycle for Sight" collection bin
at the following locations: the office of
Drs. Humphrey and Maggard, Strong
Optical, 800 Optical, Wal-Mart Optical,
the office of Dr. Kulyk, Publix, Kash n'
Karry on Alexander Street and the
Meadows at Countrywood.

Weekly square dances
Weekly plus-level square dances
with rounds are offered Wednesdays
from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at Strawberry
Square Dance Center, 4401 Boot Bay
Road.
Call: 752-0491.


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BIRTHS


League's President Says Get Active In Government


Brandon Regional
Hospital
June 26
A daughter, Ava Lynn
Dessauer, to Angela and
Frank Dessauer of Val-
rico.
July 12
A daughter, Gillian
Maria Coielli. to Lori
and Chris Covelli of Plant
City.
A daughter. Paige Nic-
olette Reagan, to Kim-
berly and Sean Reagan of
Plant City.
July 13
A daughter, Brooke
Taylor Leveson, to Toni
and Lawrence Leveson Jr.
of Plant City.
July 16
Cayman Michael Grif-
fin, to Karen Rose and
Daryl Griffin of Plant City.



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PUBLIC TO VOTE
By JENNIFER HOWELL
jhowell@mediageneral.com
Voting is a freedom that
wasn't overlooked in Annette
DeLisle's home while she was
growing up. As a grandchild of
Cuban and Spanish immi-
grants, she was brought up to
take advantage of the oppor-
tunities afforded her.
"They instilled in us that
voting is such a privilege," she
said. "You would not not go to
vote. A lot of people don't
remember their immigrant
families and why they came
over here because they could-
n't vote."
Motivating others to get out
to the polls is now at the fore-
front of DeLisle's goals as the
new president of the League of
Women Voters of Hills-
borough County, a nonparti-
san group whose mission is to
encourage informed and
active participation of citizens,
increase understanding of
major public policy issues and
influence public policy
through education and advo-
cacy.
One of the ways DeLisle and
the organization further this
mission is by working with the
school system to register eligi-
ble high school voters.
"We can't emphasize
enough the importance of get-
ting high school students (to
register to vote)," said DeLisle,
who is also president of the
Ybor City Chamber of Com-


JENNIFER HOWELL/Staff photo
In June, Annette DeLisle was
named president of League of
Women Voters of Hills-
borough County for the 2004-
05 term. A lifelong voter, she
would like to see everyone
get educated on the issues
and take advantage of their
voting rights.
merce. "It's something they
shouldn't even have to think
about, like getting their driv-
er's license."
The group is especially busy
in an election year. It provides
information about candidates
and issues to a national data-
base at www.democracyn-
et.org and with a page in The
Tampa Tribune before
Election Day. It also handles
election debates, registers
voters and holds issue debates
and issue forums, events that
are taken very seriously by the
group, DeLisle said.
"You get such an education
when you delve into the
issues," she said. "The league
doesn't just decide it's going


to be for or against an issue. It
sometimes takes years to
research it. We have to be very
focused. There are so many
issues out there. We are here
to educate the public, not to
take other organizations'
agendas."
The league's mission to
educate the public on the
issues has made DeLisle a
more informed voter herself,
she said. A member of the
organization since 1990, the
Apollo Beach resident said she
used to be quick to judge a
particular issue. Now her
motto is "be patient."
"One (forum) was on the
Patriot Act," she said. "A lot of
people are for or against it. We
held the forum and it was tele-
vised on Hillsborough County
(government access
television). We had the head of
the Federal District Court of
Appeals and the head of the
ACLU (debating the issue). I
learned more about the Pat-
riot Act than I had ever imag-
ined.
"I think (the league) has
taught me to really delve into
issues and not be so judgmen-
tal about something. There are
two sides. It has also taught
me to be thought provoking
and to be a consensus
builder."
The reputation of the league
as a nonpartisan organization
has put it in high demand
during this election year. It
will handle debates for the
general election and is still
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ased," she said. "We're the
only group around that pro-
vides that. Different organiza-
tions call upon us to handle
forums. The Temple Terrace
Chamber of Commerce, we're
gong to handle a forum foi
their elections. The people ir
the elections trust us. They're
more likely to participate
because they know they are
going to get a fair shot."
Some of the jobs member
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debates include moderator
timekeeper and greeter. Othei
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didate information on www.d-
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"The message we're trying
to get out is there is something
for everyone to do," she said.
When DeLisle says every-
one, she means everyone in
the county.
"I want to get outside the
Tampa community and recruil
from all over Hillsborough
County," she said. "It's real
important that people know
the league is the league ol
Hillsborough County."
DeLisle also hopes to shec
light on the perception the
organization is just for women.
In fact, she said the president-
elect is a man.
"Another myth I want tc
dispel is that women are sit-
ting around drinking tea anc
eating crumpets," she said.
"We're active."
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DURANT
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and that he worked on last year
with Bowden, who said she, too,
believes it is important to recog-
nize the low turnover of Duran-
t's initial hires. It's a sign, she
said, that the school has a deep-
rooted family atmosphere.
"My No. 1 priority is to the
students," Bowden said after the
school board named her the
fourth principal of Durant. "I'm
going to do everything I can to
help students achieve. I want to
help students prepare for life
after high school, not only aca-
demically, although that is a top
priority, but also as responsible,
employable adults."
Perez stressed that Durant is
in good hands.
"The Durant community is
going to be very proud of Pam
Bowden," Perez said. "She's very
energetic, she always puts chil-
dren first and she will carry on
the tradition Durant is known
for."


OFFER
Continued From Page 11
The camping-themed event
will feature puppets, games
and object lessons to teach
children ages 3 to 12 about
Jesus.
Adults are welcome to stay.
Schedule is Aug. 15 from 6
to 8:15 p.m.; and Aug. 16-18, 7
to 8:15 p.m.
Call: 737-1012

Lord of Life events
Lord of Life Lutheran
Church, 2104 Mud Lake Road,
offers the following events in
August:
# Summer worship sched-
ule: 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
contemporaryworship 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.

Visitors' weekend
at St. Clement
St. Clement Catholic


LINDA CHION KENNEY/Staff photo
At the first day back for teachers, 60 members of Durant's charter staff and faculty were asked
to be recognized on stage.


Church, 1104 N. Alexander St.,
invites visitors to worship at
English mass on Aug. 28 at 5
p.m. or on Aug. 29 at 7 a.m. or
10:30 a.m. Spanish masses will
be held on the Aug. 29 at 8:30
a.m. and 7 p.m.
Refreshments will be served
after mass.
Call 752-8251.

Torah study
Torah study, teaching and
instructions from Genesis to
Deuteronomy, is Tuesdays
from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Plant
City Garden Club, 1112 N.
Wheeler St.
Information: 654-2222 or
www.topraise.net.

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.

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


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

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

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

Unity Christ
Unity Christ Church, 1119
N. Gordon St., offers adult
Sunday school at 10 a.m. fol-
lowed by the 11 a.m. service
and youth Sunday school.
Ongoing classes are offered
on Wednesday mornings and


Thursday evenings. Also, a
potluck dinner is held the first
Sunday of every month after
the service. Bring a dish.
Call: 659-2624.

Al-Anon meeting
Hope Al-Anon meets Mon-
days at 7 p.m. at St. Clement
Catholic Church, 1104 N.
Alexander St., Room 7.
Call: 752-5316.

Ministry seeks donations
Met Ministries Inc.'s "New
Beginnings" program is seek-
ing beds, couches and other
household items to assist
needy families. The ministry
also is in need of a truck to
facilitate pick up and delivery
of donated items.
The ministry is continuing
its program of clothes, nonpe-
rishable foods, emergency
shelter and prescription drugs
and is seeking donations of
riding mowers for its lawn
mowing program.
All gifts are tax deductible.
Call: Edith Langston, 754-
1096, or 759-0607.

Bible study at Trinity United
Trinity United Methodist
402 W. English St., offers a
weekly Bible study course
every Wednesday morning ai
9:30.
Call: 752-9316.


MAUL
Continued From Page 6
The good news, and the
reality that we can all use, is
that this week marks the
beginnings of a new year, and
success is always a viable
option for every child. The
crucial variable and this is
what so few of the pundits
seem to understand remains
the simple and fundamental
dynamics of each family that
brought these 438,000-plus
students into the world.
This week I am driving to
Pensacola to attend college
orientation with my daughter.
I don't care if a child is in
kindergarten, sixth grade or
entering university as a
freshman; the nurture,
support, accountability and
encouragement provided by
family is more critical than I
can possibly express.
When I was a teacher, I sent
home a note every first day. It
went something like this: "If
your child has perfect atten-
dance, he or she will spend
about 1,200 hours in class;
that amounts to less than 14
percent if the year. During thai
time, we need to work as a
team to accomplish our goals.
Here at school, I have every-
thing ready; I simply need for
you to do the following: 1.
Provide a home where your
child feels secure and loved. 2.
Be excited and positive about
education. 3. Model lifelong
learning. 4. Make sure your
child attends school every day.
5. Hold your child accountable
for both their behavior and
their work. 6. Expect the best;
and you will not be
disappointed." I
Reality is this: we tend to
make things too complicated.
I believe it is a way we duck
individual responsibility. Let's
not duck this.

Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can view
his work at DerekMaul.com
or reach him at Maulhall@aol
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The suit also alleges they suffered
mental anguish and were the subject of
ongoing public ridicule and disgrace.
"The insurance carrier for the city
has determined that it is best to settle
this case and be done with it," said City
Manager David Sollenberger. "This is
strictly a business decision made by
the carrier."
Matthew Farmer of Farmer and
Fitzgerald, an attorney representing
the Carltons' claim, declined to com-
ment on the case at this time citing
rules of confidentiality.
Also named in the original filing
mailed to federal court, Dec. 23, 2003,
as defendants in the case were: Phil
Waldron, the former city manager;
Police Chief Bill McDaniel; and current
and former members of the Plant City
M


Police Department. The suit named
sergeant (now Capt.) Darryl Wilson,
police officer Richmond Porter and
Capt. Jerry Stwan. Former police offi-
cers Armand Cotnoir and David Dixon
were also named as defendants.
Dixon pleaded guilty to conspiracy
to deprive individuals of their civil
rights in federal criminal court on Dec.
11. 2001. Cotnoir pleaded guilty to sim-
ilar charges of conspiracy on July 11,
2002. Dixon and Cotnoir were sen-
tenced in separate actions. Dixon
received a sentence of eight and Cot-
noir about 28 months in federal
prison.
All of the listed defendants except
the city of Plant City were dropped
from the suit by a ruling made in early
July. The ruling stipulates that the
Carltons can take no further action
against the former defendants, said
Tampa attorney Tom Scarritt, who is
representing the city.


The criminal charges brought
against the Carltons were thrown out
of state court in February 2002, when
prosecutors chose not to pursue the
action.
Scarritt, often employed by the city
to handle its civil matters, was paid by
Florida Municipal Insurance Trust, a
group made up of members of the
Florida League of Cities, to handle the
case.
"Specialists on municipal liability
working for the trust determined that it
would be best to resolve this case
rather than go to the final judgment,"
Scarritt said. "Based on practicalities
and the escalating costs to defend the
case, including risk assessments, it was
determined it was best to settle."
The city pays an annual premium of
about $670,000, less incentives equal
to about 10 percent during the current
year, for general liability, worker's


compensation, automobile an(
property insurance. A $25,000 deducti
ble is payable by the city on eact
individual claim.
The agreement by the members o
the trust states in part that the defense
actions to lawsuits brought against th(
members, including allegations of civi
rights violations, "shall be subject t(
the trust and its administrator."
The members agree that any invest
gation and settlement of any claim o:
lawsuit, monetary or otherwise, is con
trolled by the trust.
"I've seen similar actions taken it
other cities," said Sollenberger, wh(
most recently worked as the Sarasota
city manager before being hired bi
Plant City. "There comes a point o
diminished returns. You can fight ,
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Gordon St., will sponsor an
indoor garage and bake sale
Aug. 7 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Items for sale will include
books and toys.
Call: 752-9143.

Model As on display
The Lakeland Region Model
A Club will meet at BuddyF-
reddys on Thonotosassa Road
Aug. 7 at 9:30 am.
At least eight and as many
as 14 Model A's will leave the
restaurant about 10 a.m., take
Highway 92 into downtown,
then pass Fred's Farmers
Market Restaurant before
turning onto Alexander Street
and continuing on to Hills-
borough River State Park,
where theywill join the Tampa
club and spend the day.
Car enthusiasts who would
like to check out the cars while
they are parked at BuddyFred-
dys are welcome to stop by the
restaurant between 9:30 and
10 a.m. or go to Hillsborough
River State Park, 15402 High-
way 301 N. Call: Marcus Bas-
sford, (863) 682-4436.

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at 7:30 p.m. in the Nettie Mae
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The next meeting will be
Aug. 9.

PLAN AHEAD
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 Out-
back Steakhouse, 1203 Towns-
gate 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 Sin-
gles' Night Out Aug. 14 at 7
p.m. at The Singles' Building,
103 E. Baker St.
Meetings, which are offered
the second Saturday of every
month, consist of a guest
speaker, live Christian music,
coffee bar, door prizes, fellow-
ship and more.
Child care, by reservation, is
free.
Call: 752-4104.

Antiques street fair
The Greater Plant City


Chamber of Commerce's anti-
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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 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 will
offer guidance to plan a
business start-up, including
tips on business taxes, plan-
ning, marketing and finance.
Call: 757-9215.

Putnam's rep to
meet constituents
A caseworker from the office
of U.S. Rep. Adam Putnam will
be available to meet with con-
stituents of the 12th
Congressional District Aug. 18
from 9:30 to 10 a.m. at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLen-
don St. in Plant City
Constituents who are expe-
riencing problems with Social
Security, Medicare, Veterans
Affairs or other federal agen-
cies may meet with the case-
worker. Bring any written
information or documenta-
tion that will allow the case-
worker to provide assistance.
Others who wish to express


their views on any national
issues are also encouraged to
meet with the caseworker.

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

Dinner honors
community leader
A dinner honoring Betty
Chambers, to benefit the Plant
City Family YMCA, will be
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.
Call: 757-6677. Reservation
deadline is Aug. 13.

Banquet to benefit
Pregnancy Care Center
A "Pearl of Great Price" fall
fundraising banquet to benefit
the Pregnancy Care Center of
Plant City is planned for Sept.
13 at 6:30 p.m. at St. Clement's
Social Hall, 1104 N. Alexander
St. Guest speaker will be
humorist Dr. John Trent.
Individual tickets are $35,


and sponsor levels are avail-
able. Call: 759-0886.

Luau benefits MS research
A luau-themed fundraiser
for multiple sclerosis research
will take place Sept. 25 from 6
to 9 p.m. at Plant City Church
of God, 2103 Mud Lake Road.
The event will feature
dinner, entertainment, door
prizes and a silent auction. All
money raised goes to MS
research.
Tickets are $8 for adults, $4
for children 12 and younger
and are available by calling
757-6234, 727-5214 or 719-
9695.

Youth Ministries Golf Classic
The 6th Annual St. Clement
Catholic Church Youth Minis-
tries Golf Classic is slated for
Oct. 9 at Walden Lake Golf &
Country Club, 2001 Clubhouse
Drive.
Format is four-person
scramble. Registration is 11
a.m. to noon, with a shotgun
start at 1 p.m. Cost is $50 for
player and includes greens
fees, golf cart, dinner and a
raffle ticket.
Sponsorship opportunities
are available. Money raised
help send students to college.
Call: Pete Weronik, 752-
8855, or Carol Rodriguez 757-
6234.


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

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

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

PCHS Class of '51
The Plant City High School
Class of 1951 meets the second
Tuesday of the month at -the


Orange Blossom Tea Room,
106 S. Evers St.
Call: 752-8479.

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

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

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


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

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

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


Plant City Toastmasters
The Plant City Toastmasters
Club meets Thursdays at 7:30
a.m. at the Plant City Chamber
of Commerce, 106 N. Evers St.
Call-Hal Brewer, 752-4949.

Turkey Creek Class of '61
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1961 holds
monthly meetings the first
Thursday of each month at 6
p.m. at BuddyFreddys, 1101
Goldfinch Drive.
The meetings are informal
and all classmates including
non-graduates are invited.
Teachers and staff are also
invited.
Call: Elaine Rogers Lister,
752-0118.

V.F.W. Post 4590
Veteran of Foreign Wars
Post 4590 meets meets every
first and third Thursday of the
month at 7 p.m. at 3709 E.
Highway 92.
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SUMMER CAMP 'GREAT,'
SAYS LONG
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
There has been a lot of rebuilding
going on with the Plant City High foot-
ball program, but not with the players.
The northern end of the school
where the football team practices has
been a maze of construction that was
supposed to get done this week, or at
least that's what head coach Todd
Long hoped.
"That noise has been pretty com-
monplace around here recently," Long
said. "When it all gets done it's going


to be nice, but until then it's been kind
of a pain in the butt."
The football team's field house,
basically the locker room, is being
repaired. The bathroom and the show-
ers are going to be upgraded along
with the communications system.
Fans will more readily notice what
has been done to Raider Stadium. New'
lights have been installed, with
concrete poles that stand behind the
bleachers not in front of them, which
sometimes blocked spectators' view of
the field. New sod is supposed to be in
place as well. Toward the end of last
year the stadium field was not in the
best of shape.
What Raider fans will see, Long
thinks, is a team that benefitted greatly


from its summer-camp experience.
Plant City took part in the same camp
Durant did, but was paired with differ-
ent teams.
"The camp was great, one of the
best I've been to," Long said. "We got-
so much out of that. We had 100 live
snaps, and that equates to about two
full games of snaps, against seven
other teams."
Long said that Austin Knipp, some-
one who only started getting signifi-
cant playing time toward the end of
last season, came on strong at camp
on the defensive side of the ball.
Plant City went up against such
schools as Miami Washington, Immo-
kalee and East Lake.
The Raiders begin practice Monday


and Long only hopes the construction
- on schedule to be completed this
week is taken care of by then. The
team has had to use a classroom in the
school as its weight room.
"It's been really back to basics from
that standpoint," he said.
The Raiders visit Auburndale for the
preseason contest, then begin the
regular season when they host King
Sept. 3. Only one of Plant City's first
four games is a district contest, at Riv-
erview Sept. 17. Plant City will also
travel Oct. 22 when it faces rival
Durant.
"I look forward to coaching and not
having to worry about all this other
stuff," Long said.


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20 THE COURIER AUGUST 5,2004


Gottman Looks To


Retool Cougar Squad


COUGARS RETURN
STARTING QB, RB
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Scrimmaging against some
of the high school football
powerhouses could have set
the young Durant Cougars up
for a bit of a letdown. But their
summer camp experience
turned out to be anything but.
So says Durant head coach
Mike Gottman, who is enthu-
siastic going into his second
season at the Cougars' helm.
Practice begins Monday at the
Ron Frost Athletic Complex.
"We had a good offseason, a
lot of good reps," Gottman
said. "We played against some
top-notch programs."
The experience came at a
camp at University of South
Florida in June, which was
attended by 46 Durant High
football players. The Cougars
were placed in a group that
included Class 6A powers
Miami Northwestern, which
made the region finals last
year, and Apopka along with
Baron Collier and Lake Wales.
Durant scrimmaged against
eight different schools, and
even though these were not
real games, the players were
not easing up.
"Oh, it was full speed ahead.
We faced a lot of speed," Got-
tman said. "We actually did a


pretty good job of keeping
most everyone in front of us
on defense."
Only Apopka clearly domi-
nated Durant, which lost
many key members of last
year's state semfinalist team.
But quarterback Chip Bowden
returns with running back
Matt Stwan to lead the
offense.
Malcolm Shavers, who
spent most of last year as a
junior varsity running back,
continued to show he will be
an exciting contributor in the
Cougar backfield.
Though the Cougars will
not likely become much of a
passing team under Gottman,
he did note that Clint McKay
emerged as a solid receiving
threat at split end during
camp. Tight end Chris
Thompson returns. He was
becoming a force late last
season but broke his hand the
week before the season-
ending loss to Daytona Beach
Mainland. Even with the
broken hand Thompson
played in Durant's final game,
but could not catch the ball.
The offensive line is shap-
ing up well, Gottman said.
From Monday's first prac-
tice Durant will have three
weeks to prepare for its pre-
season game, the kickoff clas-
sic against King Aug. 9. That
game will be at Durant.
Then the regular season
gets going Sept. 3 at Plant.


SPORTS BRIEFS


BASEBALL
Planters tryouts
The Plant City Planters 11-U AAU baseball
team will hold tryouts 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
Saturday.
Call: Mark Jordan, 759-6497 or (863) 661-
4047.

REC DEPARTMENT
Flag football
The Plant City Recreation and Parks
Department/Optimist Youth Flag Football pro-
gram registration will be held through Aug. 25.
All girls and boys ages 4 to 15 are invited to
play in the seven-game season, which runs
from mid-September to November.
Cost is $20 per player. All games are noncon-
tact and are held at Otis. M. Andrews Sports
Complex.
Registration forms will be mailed to past par-
ticipants.
Information: www.plantcitygov.com/rec.

SOFTBALL
Umpires needed
The Plant City Parks and Recreation Depart-
ment seeks umpires from all areas to work in its
recreational softball leagues.
Call: Roy, 671-4605 or 659-4200, Ext. 4302.

SOCCER
Lancers U-12 fundraiser
The Plant City Lancers U-12 soccer team will
hold a fundraiser, 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.

South Hillsborough registration
The South Hillsborough Soccer League will
hold registration on Wednesdays and Satur-
days next month at Vance Vogel Park, 13002
Bullfrog Creek Road, Gibsonton.
Dates and times include: Aug. 7, 14, 21 and
28, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Aug. 11, 18 and 25 and Sept.
1, 6 to 8 p.m.
Fees are: U6 and under, $70 per player; U8
and under, $90; U10 and under, $95; U12 and
older and travel teams, $125. Five-dollar dis-
counts for more than one sibling. Each player
will receive a jersey, shorts, socks and a trophy.
A copy of birth certificate and fees are needed
at registration.
Call: 671-4474 or e-mail registrar@shslsocce-
r.com.

Valrico Soccer Club players wanted
The Valrico Soccer Club seeks enthusiastic
and committed players for its under-10 girls
and under-10 boys teams.
For girls team, call Karl or Sharon Becker,
671-0344, or e-mail vscgirlssoccer@aol.com.
For boys team, call Dan Chappell, 677-5746,
or e-mail dchappe2@tampabay.rr.com.
Also, a few openings remain for travel teams-
from U-8 to U-14. Call or e-mail the Beckers for
information.
Information: www.valricosoccer.com.

Women's recreational league
Players Club Soccer offers a women's recrea-
tional soccer program for all levels of experi-
ence.
The safe, fun pickup league meets Wednesday
nights at 7:30 at Heather Lakes Soccer Complex,
behind the Winn-Dixie at Providence and Lum-
sden roads in Brandon. A $5 fee is required to
help defray lights and field-maintenance costs.
Call: Romildo Sanches, 662-9512, or visit
www.playersclubsoccer.com.


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF YOUAREHEREBYNOTIFIED NOTICEOFSALE Personals BUCCANEERS-(2) Club | Non-Lawyer ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE. HAMPTON PARK, 12807
THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL that a Foreclosure action Notice is hereby given that ONE CALL STANDS BE- Season tickets W. For DIVORCE $175-$275 Do you earn $800 in a Real estate license class Millridge Forest, 3 br 2
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR hasbeenfiledagainstthe onSeptember 004at 12 TWEENYOURBUSINESS details & buyer bonus, COVERS children, etc day Your own local now enrolling ba,newpaint. $142,960.
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, property located at 624 noon, Loetscer's Body andmillionsofpotential e-mail alflemingbell Only one signature candy route. 30 Ma- 813-679-9663 Nego w/preap roved
FLORIDA oroetStreet, PlantCity, Sop4306SR74W.Plant customers. Place your south.net;813-4-9034 required! Excludes chinesandCandy.AlIlfor buyers. SBO.
CaseNo:04-DR-12253 Floridaandispendincin City, FLv33567vehiclewill advertisement in the FL ovt. fees! Call Toll Free 9,995. Call (800) Central I813-924-8500,265-1442
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MARIOA REYES MARTINEZ Civil Division. ou are re- bidder or will otherwise our ad will be lacedin Tech. Esabished1977 undersold! CENTRAL TAMPA, Inves- cdr2 st,LR D, F
Petitioner qured to serve a a copy of dispose ofthefollowing: 0 papers. eck out (813)288-9258 NEEDMONEY? Earn3-5K $S$ Potential torSpecial $97,500 As Is. 2 f's254sftd
your written defenses, if our 2x2 display network N MO2E-
and any, on Stephen M. Knap 1996 Chevrolet too Call ths paper, or BUCS SEASON TICKETS LAWSUIT PENDING? Per Wee .Start Part Rehab almost comply $25R. 813-60-Z363,
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SABRINA CASTILLO DE attorneywhose address is 1984 Ford wide Advertising Net- seats, secti233 row Y, Can Help Now! selling. No MLM. No Victor Willis GulfCoast LUTZ, OpenHouse, Sat&
REYABNA CASTILLO DE Box6422, Lake- Vin# 1FDFS24H9EHA93332 work Director at face value w/arkin Call oday:77-492-5558 commute. Spend more Pref Prop.813-495-4658 Sun 12-4en 3/2/2ouse, water
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or before Aug~ust 13,,2604, Vin#R1G3WH54T6LD335412 hmolaatlpre--, cornfor 21H24hoh messag.IRENTTOOWNI tile/wood through out,
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR and file the original with rncrE inormaiun. Out BUCS SEASON TICKETS,21 Services 24hourmessage. Block3br/2 ba,CHA 1/ acrelotoncul-de-sac,
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Plaintiff'sattorne or im- CLASSIFIEDCAN! da-classifieds.com lot- 6 face value, CLUDED! goal-income, no stock 813-353-0220 NORN TA PA cWtER
TO: SABRINA CASTILLO DE mediately thereafter; oth941-54-5525 Medical, Vision, Hearing, req- yr old Co. Health- FINANCEou pick the
REYES who address is un- erwise a default will be en- Only a Realtor can pro- 7 Tickets I Ch iopracti environmental-1 call 101 j South Tampa home, wiri owner fi-
known tered against you for the vide the home buying 7 TicketChir aCtic. icI nance ANY HOUSE. 5%
relief demanded in the expertise you need an BUCS TICKETS $89.95h/month. Cover won't waste your time-- Davis sland
YOU ARENOTIFIED that an complaintor petition lassifd an make the CLUBSEATS office visits. No Duct-UESTION Neighborhoodof$2M (813)31-20
action has been filed introduction. We'll put ANYgUESTION? neighborhood ool,7 NORTHDALE, Open hse
against you and that you Dated on July 7,2004 you intoucwithe ar- NEED 813-732-6381 CTEDsi EOdeas?G ota 120 l Drive by 16310 Bonneville Dr. Sa
are required to serve a ea'a top professionals CEPTED GUARANTEED! problem?.Want some 6 Martinique. Orive Sun 0 4onvi 2450Sf
copy of your written de- RICHARD AKE a give you mCorKETSad TICKETS e oer avise?Helpisajusta Agent 813-47-3415 formal iv/din/fam rms,
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A. Reyes mwose address is AsClerkoftheCourt homes too! Classified's HomBUCSeCONCERTS amesGreatseats NEED AFFORDABLE 1-866-805-9505 DAVIS ISLANDS scrno sa, $225k
2505 Lowry Ave, Plant our best source for 813-288-9268 813-933-2127 H E A L T H C ARE ? I NEED HELP! Work at Beautiful2story 3/2.5,13-960-12
Cit, FLorida 3563 on or By:AltaEdgemon ous helpFF $59.93/month per wood floors new kitchen, Town N' Country 2BR,
before Agust 30 2004 and amily. NO Limitations. 22/wkP/T large maser suite with 1 BA,2 patios, tiled
file nawiththeAsDeputyClerk49BOSTON KORN, etc All Pre-exisin Mail Orer/E Commerce wa k-in closet. $379K. floors, excellent
clerk ofthiseourt at 302 N. ABucsExcellentseats. Conditions OK. Ca OurSweetLife.com Call (813)267-2040 condition. $87,500.
Michian Ave Plant City, No:6498 7/22;29;8/5;12, Announcements 4TIX'SALLGAMES 813-932-3736 P.S.Family! 1-(800) EXTREMEINCOME DAVISISLANDS Seriousinquiriesonly.
FL 3563, Hllsborough 2004813-787-1260 BUCS TICKETS, 2 Club II 531-2630 SC. 1034 WorkPT making FT WATERVIEW,3br 2ba Please calf (813)249-1083
County before service on NOTICEOFSALE 1 Lost 13-787-1260 seats, section 232.Great CE06619 income. Noinv. nosales. Fenced backyard, 1564sf TOWN N'COUNTRY-COP-
Petitioner or immediately tooI Seats for all 10 games! Doyouhavegoodnewsto (727)4921040 436 Channel Drive PERFIELD 8721 Linden-
thereafter. Ityou falto do BUCS TICKETS WANTED 7 f6 1gs! Doyouhave good news to 436 Channe De PERFIELD 8721Linden-
so a defaultrmay be en- NOTICEisherebygiven LOST Sun 7/25 brown/ BUCS/ PANTHERS 727-743-6128 share with thousands I I Real Estate 650000 hurst P. br, 2ba 2cg,
tered against you for the that on riday, August 27, white, male beagle, last 12-26-04, 5 tickets to- | Adult Care e? Pland thousands of pe- 0ad in Wanted 81-835-7747 1,320s new: roof, car-
r demandedinthepe- 2004t 1200 oon, seen onMLK buccaneer their anwhere.Buc Svs I saca Happy ad n OUSE PALMA CEIA- By Owner. kichen, ceramitile.
tition. BREWINGTON'S TOWING collar. 707-8077 or Fan! Call 910-862-5373 ANGELO BUYS HOUSES 3br, ba, FP, CHA + gas $159,000.813-417-0489
SERVICE, 302 E. Calhoun 813-758-1575 leave message. Cash any condition. HW/heat. seoera n o
Copies of all court docu- StreetPlantCity FL33566, ELDERLY Care er j40 Cemetery Lots Cash any condition. H e seeratego
ments in this case, includ- willconductasaNeforcash Classified-themosteffi- MADONNA (2) TICKETS FT/PT days/nigh s ref Handyman, fire dam- rage, Needs remo 10neNda
inorders, are availableat tothehighestbidder. cient,effective, economi- OFFICE DEPOT CENTER available yrsexp 4 Burial Plots: Garden of aged, distressed, vacant arox 40, as nNew Tampa
i Clerk of the Circuit Brewington's reserves the cal & user-friendly infor- SUNRISE FL 7/28/04 AT ROBIN 863-651-6652 Memories (Myrtel Hill) 4 or occupied. Anywhere $5K. Poentia NEW TAMPA/Live Oak
Court's office. You may re- right to bid, or will other- nation system available 8PM SE 117 ROW 10 spacesin Row 260 Plots inFL!Ats/Comm,res- $325K. 813-624- Pres., 5/4/3 lake,cul-de-
view these documents up- wise dispose of the to hel you bu, sell or STS 11 & 12 (727) 1181Attorneys 12,3 & 4. Will separate. identi.C No d eal too big s 0sf18ile,
on request. following: finthe goods and 638-1051 'For Info: 866-569-0955 Orsmall. Quick dosing a3000sf 18"a trle,
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H ickman (Lic. section. Value $1400 ALL LAE 2801W Angeles S5t. L T
address on record at the Vin#2GWL54T2R1113493 Personals BUCSSEASONTICKETS,2 #832340).es ite: Will sell for $800 Cash Any Conditionp br2 Northw/detched,
ff1978Dod *PREseats 10 ames,section rad tie,813-932-0481 Anyw re. eaCenter.Turn- 813-985-8885 732Buers ere vd. APOLLO BEACH Gated,
WARNING Rule 12285 1977 Renke Boat yard line. Face value MYRTLE HILL Cemeary, Mr e$ 008
Florida Family LawRulesOI- Vin#SRBMSMA46M77J 813-835-4044 INJURED?All Accident & Garden Mausoleu 97, s2,ortgages1
Procedure, requires cer- 1991 Ford 2Dr Personal Injur, Claims. Single crypt, #-1,25 SOUTH TAMPA4br 2ba
CN automatic c disclosure Vin#r 1FAPP1286MW353287 UCS Season ticket AAAA rneyeerr $5590 value, asking Realrox 1700sf, Lg Lotls
tEn sai r uN.to m c N EILLNC S W package. Club seats, 800-733-5342. Ca124 hrs $3600. 860-350-3189 SellerHeld8x160,W/LL ool, 00 .t ,.E..
PLAINTIFF NOTICE OF PUBLIC814SALE08/05/04 6. Parng Aude. I ance Legal cs SpotAdvertisingWorks Mortgages Wanted $299,000 3400o Lawn
pleadings.A CONCERN: i n W T s aidE FRISA OR DENS: (2) lots in the Gar-SOUTH TAMPA/Sunset
LEVEN WILSON & BRENDA All ing Expenses Paid WANTED. Wes th e $99.95 FLORIDA ORPO- den Of Peace, lot 142D,
Dated 7/30/04 YOAEHEEB OT D Many loving financially only, 2-6 season tickets. RATION. Includes State unit 1 & 2, $3 900/both. AVOID e Bl C/ Hnges ad PLANT ARIT












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CLERK OF THE CIRCUITthat the contents held for oatB An Rush* ii Par* Kor* 90215873 1-800-945-9422 Flargelots. Both rented Knight S, BR/2.BA
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TO: LEVEN WILSON & for coodeals on A/C's Hours BUCS SEASON TICKETS Toll-free 1-888-998-8888 $9,995. Qualifying. Purchase enovated 3BR, 2 BA, gar. & bkyard
BRY:ELLENDAWILSONEUBAUM pa, loNY da 3610, consist- KISS, DuffpperLevel, FaceValu e (30584-6000; Financial1 8 0 0 8 1 4 programs also Ava ion. Plant/Co pt she, new appl, harwood
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ORINTEREScried below,wil be sold in- BureauRespectedSince 304, Row Z, Seat 2, talished 977.N/Aen- Call5400; us: We Will Not B UY South Tampa Mtg kler system. eau$129,900.
Nintheiruentiretyn Class 420 1977.50+1-800-tothehigh 1-949-6080265-9794 nessee, Georgia Undersold! Group. 813-287-2100 Spot Advertising Works 813-495-9649
est bidder. This will com- St Pete (72 442-5300. Businesses Dollar. Closing within 02 Northwest ifulyland scaped
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF menace on Friday, August Toll Free, (800) 50C.or Sale 48 hours. Private money. 1 1 w100X5 corner lot.
THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL 13 2004 at 11OF eam on theF Au tBCS TICKETS, 4 Season 603-3900. Spiegel & U- Call Gerald Danley Cwood-Lo an GaCe $142,000.813-707-5818
Tickets, West Side, trera.PA. L.Gegel, 3Vi.
CIRCUITINANDFORHILLS- following person. ***PREGNANT*** CON- Section 309, 30 Yrad Esq., MliamL Auto Repair Center. Turn- 7324 Monterey Blvd.3/2 APOLLO BEACH Gated(
DA El/12 Steve Harmon SIDER ADOPTION Call Line. 813-932-2676 key .Operation. US19, J1 98-149 t + FIR btcinks scrn a split 3/2/2, 1 yr newer
Auto Accident. NEED A Springhill. 352-596-7997 tioF CHbacK ptoooas, screenlporch,v/e2 treed
Misc. fishing poles, parts 24/7 and receive plc-LFS ,159,00.Byappt. acreAlake prtveges,
CASE NO:04CC-12861 cleaner, etc tures, information Of BUCS Season Tickets, 3 & Neglfience Claims. 1511IBusiness OnpsI ReallEstny-96yr a oo i
lov1in couples waiting sets. Face Value. *CAReAUTO BIKE/ ARR D $ 184K.813-967-1425
CREAMY RICH, INC. J.W.ONEILL, INC. to adopt. You choose 352-795L6081 BOAT/BUS *ANIMAL Drive In, Move Up. The 8 CARRLL OD $50
PENSION PLAN Owner Your Baby's Family! Fi- B S R SMP c e hReal Estate down, Newly Reiod- EAST TAMPA newly re-
PLAINTIFF 8146 07/29/04,08/05/04e *WRONGFUL DEATH growing in Jacksonville IGeneral eled 3br2ba poolIHome modeled 3br/2ba,
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SEVERALLY HILLSBOR- that Garage & Yard client & Negligen 727290.2229 HOURS. Park, FL 32073. kevi- HOMES20CASH0$gy$193o900
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BRENDAWILSONfANDnANYCUpperLevel Face Value Ext440(8am-8pm)week- 1 8 0 0 8 1 4 programs also Avail. 5156,900 Call for appt. shed, Ig newly fenced
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OR INTERESTED PERSONS selection of musical in- BureauRespectedSince 304, Row Z, Seat 12, tablished 1977. N/ATen- Call us: We Will Not Be South Tampa Mtg kier system. $129,900.
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$290K. 813-417.4039
Suwanee Co. Approx. 32
ac. w/1400' Riverfront
on Suwannee River.
variety of old hardwood,
peaceful river bank.
www.enolagolightly.com
Poole Realty
800-595-2111 pin# 0975
VENETIAN ISLES FSBO
3BR,2BA 2CG,
comp letely renovated,
13Klb&7K lb boat lifts
w/oversized dock,
swimming pool overlook-
ing canal, no bridges on
deep water. $635,000.
Call (727)433-3485
Condo on River, Marina
Club water view from
LR & mstr balcony.
Refurb. 2/1.5. $125K.
2424 W. Tampa Bay
Blvd., 1-678-463-5570
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I 116C I Citrus I
CITRUS HILLS, Hernando.
A gated golfC.C. comm.
Log on BuyOwner.com
code 57638. 3/2/2 +
w/pool. 352-726-1660,
(c) 352-422-3342.
1116K IHernando I
SPRING Hill"WONT LAST"
2/zbr/2ba/2cg, w/solar
screened in round pool
& screenedlanai. New
Tile, Caret, Appliances
Light Fixtures. sprinkler
Sys, fenced back yard,
many other extras.
$138,500.727-808-6992
116 I Central
I Pasco
LAND 0' LAKES IMMEDI-
ATE POSSESSION 2 bed-
rooms 2 bathrooms
central heat & air, buili
in 2002 2 car garage
(813)929-8688
LAND 0 LAKES Oakstead
3br 2ba 2cg Maint free
villa, 1595sf, full appli
pkg. Clubhouse, Pool,
Upgrades, Scrn Lanai.
$169,900 813-355-7674
Wesley Chapel 3BR, 3BA,
2050sf, sec sys, tile,
screen porch, comm
ammen, spring syst.
$190,6560.(813)997-4763
Realtors OK
CANAL, Gated Custom
3Br2Ba2Cg,FP, wooded
ceramic, allappl & much
more. Other homes
avail. Sharon Pollard
813-918-9999
Cary N. Gould Realty
1 Beach
119 Properties.
Sand Key. Clearwater -
2?r. 2ba. Gulf Front,
Completely updated.
14&0,000 yvew at:
www.sandkeyrental.com
813-334-5351
S123 Townhouses
LUTZ/NEW TAMPA
2BR/2BA TOWNHOUSE
COMPLETELY
UPGRADED W/PRIVATE
GARDEN AREA. $114K.
OWNER 813-910-2545
MANASOTA Key,
sunlovers. Englewood
Beach, 2 br, 2 ba, roofto
sundeck, garage &
carport. $,25K.
941-473-5571
New Tampa, 3 New TH's
1206sf 2/2 Corner
1488sf 3/2.5 Prsv
1576sf Preserve
Great Inv/Rental
Hiren 954-547-8903
WESTCHASE West Park
Village Townhome,
3/2.5, 1 yr old, 1386 SF,
end unit, scrnd patio,
wood floors, upgrades,
$204,500.813-920-5633.
11241 Time Share I
BUY TIMESHARE RE-
SALES! Save 60-80% off
Retail! Best Resorts &
Seasons Call for Free
Catalog! 1-800-496-5294
www.holidaygroup.com
Ask About Our -Red,
White&BlueSale"
125 IHomesites&
125 Lots
BUSHNELL, 5 & 10 acre
building sites in beauti-
ful peaceful Sumter Co.
Exc nghbrhd, Dry. Cove-
nants & Restrictions. No
Trailers. Some wooded 1
w/pond. 352-603-2008
1-800-664-3611
LOTS FOR RENT! Move In
Special! Briarwood Mo-
bile Home Comm. 4002
Smith Ryals Rd, Plant
City. 813-737-2110


1251 Holmesites &
125 Lots
ODESSA AREA 60x125,
gated community ac-
cess to ski size lake,
boat ramp, swimming &
picnic areas, large oak
trees. Call 813-363-6318
PLANT CITY 1 acre lot
$29,900 and 1.29 acre lot
$33,500. Ownerfin. Zero
down. 813-650-8601
Riverview Across from
Alafia River. Last 2.
Ready to build on. Gated
comm. Also Commercial
avail. Domres R.E. Lic
Broker 813-672-0717
Check out our Pet Classi-
fications to find the fur-
ry or feathered friend
thatyouseek!
WANT TO BUY
Building Lots.
Terry D. Speer Construc-
tion Inc. (813) 764-8030
1126 Acreage I
DOVER 7 +,/-ACRES. Fats
Ln off Valrico Road. Just
S. of M.L.K. (Dover).
$245,000.00
Call (813)685-1830

HERNANDO on Culdesace
2.5 AC 3 sides fenced.
Rte 19 to Woodland wa-
ters R. on nightengale
left on Golden Ave. Ask-
ing 75K. (352) 666-3792
CLASSIFIED
IS CONVENIENT
N. FL-325ac of farm/hunt
land, $1600/ac. Lodge,
2br, 1 ba on Cty maint.
rd. 85ac planted pines.
Deer, turkey, hog, birds,
850-385-0034 Iv msg
Ridge Manor (2) 1.15 Acre
Lots in new growth area.
Just E. of Brooksville
Hwy 301, 50 & 1-75 all
there. $19,000 each.
772-473-4070
5 ACRES Great Location-
Hwy 50 near 175. Borders
State preserve. Cleared
property with nice Oaks.
Won't last long. $78K.
(727) 786-8176
CLASSIFIED WORKS
1137 | Villas
WESTCHASE VILLA 3/2/2
Villa 1829 Sq Ft, marble,
wood fir, ss apple new
tile, comm pool, 18" tile
in kit huge master.
$239,900.813-787-2560
S138 | Florida Real
13 | Estate

BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT
in Summerfield close to
The Villages of Marion
County in central Flori-
da. 150'x 125' cleared
buildable lot, fully
fenced, with sod and
nine mature Live Oaks.
Desirable area sur-
rounded by pool homes.
$29 500. Call
352-598-3700 or 352-
347-4390.
BREAK OUT Of the city
Wake up to vacation ev-
eryday! North Central
Florida Land Sale! 1-5
acres. We offer: Low
Down, Low Monthly
Fixed interest at 8.5%
Call today! Carl-Anne
Powell, Agent C.F. Fred-
k er /Owner
352-378-4814 ttgcar-
r i @ a o l c o m
www.NFLLAND.com
1143 | Out Of State I
ALABAMA SOUTH
Timberlands and poultry
farms for sale
Call Terry Hassett at
1-334-566-9078
deepsouthrealty.net


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1143 1 Out Of State I
ARIZONA LAND LIQUIDA-
TION! Near Tucson, 2-
1/2 Football Field Sized
Lots. $0 Down/$0 Inter-
est, $119/Month
($12,995 total). FREE RE-
CORDED INFORMATION.
Money Back Guarantee!
Toll Free 1-800-659-9957
Op#20.
ASHEVILLE, NC Cool
Mountain Air Large
wooded homesites,
spectacular views,
streams. Borders Na-
tional Forest and Cataw-
ba River! Priced to sell,
excellent financing! Buy
now. build when ready.
Call 888-253-0699 JLPC
BAHAMAS Oceanfront
Lots Rum Cay first
phase pricing as low as
$100K. Financing avail-
able. White san deach-
es, azure blue water,
world class fishing & re-
laxation. Call Fred
772-263-3776 Real Es-
tate of Florida.
CLASSIFIED
IS INFORMATIVE
BEAUTIFUL NORTH CAR-
OLINA. SUMMER IS
HERE. WESTERN NC
MOUNTAINS MUST SEE.
Homes, Cabins, Acre-
age, & INVESTMENTS.
Cherokee Mountain Re-
alty MURPHY N.C. Call
for Free Brochure.
(800)841-5868. www.
cherokeemountainreal-
ty.com.
Beautiful Western NC Call
for a Free Brochure
1-800-841-5868 on
Homes, Acreage & In-
vestment Properties.
Cherokee Mountain Re-
alty. 1285 West US Hwy
64 Murphy, NC 28906
www.cnerokeemoun-
tainrealty.com
Buy Mountain Land Now!
5 acres, high altitude,
spectacular view, aved
road, driveway, nouse
site $35,000. Owner fi-
nancing. ryson City NC
Call owner (800)810-
1590. www.
moutainoverlookproper-
ties.com
CLASSIFIED WORKS
Come To The Beautiful
Mountains of Murphy.
N.C. Call For a Free Bro-
churer inveslors Realty
1 800-49T 3334 Email:
invest o rsr Itdccablet-
vonline.net Lake Lots
S89,000 New Log Home
on Pond $119.500 Vaca
tion Rentals www.inves-
torsrealtyinc.com
COME TO THE MOUN-
TAINS! RE/MAX in the
Mountains offers the
best properties avail-
able in Western NC.
Mountain homes & land
w/elevation views or
creeks. Calf toll free,
1-800-273-8814 to re-
ceive more information
Dreaming of moving to
the coorCarolina Mtns?
Bargain prices on wood-
ed golf front & view
homesites on gorgeous
mtn course. Noime lim-
it to build. Little down,
lowest interest rates!
Call (866)334-3253, x 710
or www.cherokeeval-
leysc.comn
LAKE BARGAIN $24,900.
Free covered boat slip!
Gently sloping lake view
parcel w/nice mix of low
rolling meadows &
trees. Abuts national
forest on 35,000 acre
recreational lake in
TENN. Paved roads, wa-
ter, sewer, more. Excel-
lent financing. Call now
(800)704-3154, ext. 483,
unset Bay. LLC.


11431 Out Of State I
MAKE THIS SUMMER THE
BEST E Tennessee's
Norris Lake & Golf prop-
erties will make every
year special. Starting at
only $24,900 Call Lake-
side Realty (423)626-
5820
Mountain Land Near
Boone, NC Up to 10 acres
from $ 10,000-35,000.
Seller or local financing
arranged. Great views.
Good roads, Near fresh
water streams. Lowe &
Son Land Company
33 6-835 2281
www.buyncland.com
N.C. Mountains
Cabin/$84,900
4 acres w/new log cabin
shell in secluded set-
ting. Other acreage
available with stunning
views! Excellent financ-
ing. 828-267-1063.
NEW LOG HOME-2.3
Acres/$89,900/N C
Mountains-New 1,300
square foot log home
with big views to be
built. Privacy, 13,000 el-
evation & easy access.
Excellent Financing.
(800) 455-1981, Ext. 224.
RVs: Your Transportation
to Adventure! Turn to
Classified when you're
in the market buy orsell!
150-170
Manufactured
Homes'

1 lMobile Home
150 Sales

14 & 16 Wides- New 04's
Low as $23,500
Del- Set up AC Skirt
More Sq. Feet for the $$
Banks (863) 688-4635
Lakeland Near -4&98
SOUTH TAMPA
WESTSHOREArea
Free Homes!
You Haul
Billy 813-892-4154
SE Lakeland, Purchase '98
2BR/2BA 16x66 w/CH/A
& more for $19,995 or
Rent to Own $4000
May trade boat etc.?
Owner 863/293-0950
Mobile
155 Homes In
Parks
EAST Tampa 3br 2ba 1992
Dbl Wide in family park
Like New
$3000 Down $678/mo
incid. lot rent.
Toni 813-748-8588
PLANT CITY 3/2 2001
Palm Harbor, many ex-
tras $50K 407-301-3878
Sheldon Rd Area, 3br,2ba
in family mobile park.
Ownerfinancing.
Call Toni
813-748-8588

THONOTOSASSA, 24048
MH. 3br. 2ba. recently
renov. new carpel, CHA.
fans, citrus trees 10x20
shed deck area. $30,000
obo. 239-731-4915
180
Commercial Prop.
Lease

180nn OfcSpace I
I | Lease

750 sf office space @ 1804
W. Baker St., excellent
location. $750/mo.
(813) 764-8030


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Patios Slabs
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IRRIGATION, INC.
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18BB I Ofc Space
1801 Lease
Armenia Ave., 1450 sq ft 6
rooms, medical or profl,
move in condition,
$1400. Call Alex
917-238-6690.

BLOOMINGDALE
Professional office
space 1260sf, immed .
occupancy. Up to 3500sf
Build to suit.
813-299-4100
Medical Space Available.
3500 E.Fletcher Ave.,
Tampa, FL.
Call Darren Wagner
813-299-4100
******* *
North Tampa. 1000 sq ft.
beautiful new office
space for rent, on 41,
just N. of Bearss. Call
Kim at 813-948-4343.

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
Plaza Place, SouthShore
Office Park Sun Point
Shopping Cntr
Banking/uice/Retail
All sizes 813-641-2800
www.PhaganDev.com
How do you reach cus-
tomers in search of quali-
ty products &services?
Classified, of course!
ROME & W. WATERS
3,200sf with 14 separate
offices,all on first floor.
$2,600/month. Also
1,000sf, $800/month.
813-766-9454*
SEFFNER: 1 block W. of
Mcintoch on hwy 92. 1
acre, 5 min. from 1-4,
zoned ClAw/1i3BR,2BA
24x80 MH, Offices. Lease
or Rent (863)559-4430
Town N' Country Area.
5200SF Office or Medical
Space. Will divide.
REACT
Call 813-637-8888
Licensed RE Brokers
WATERS/HIMES Office
Space available
immediately.
Below Market Value.
200 and up
Calf(813)380-8044
WESTSHORE AREA 2 sto-
ry office bldg. 5017 W.
Laurel, 3000 sf Lots of
pkg. Harry FauI kown-
er/ rkr Faulk Fla ealty
Inc. Call 813-805-0774.
180 I Retail

SOUTH TAMPA-3616 S.
Dale Mabry. 3400sf
building, rear parking,
prime location,
3,200/month net lease,
813-263-9668
Check out class 418
for cool deals on A/C's
Warehouse
180D -Business
Park Space
LAKELAND
WAREHOUSES FOR RENT
20x50's or 40x50's.
14 ft. roll up doors+
entrance door, 18 ft eve
heights, great location
off hwy 92 East. Call
863-606-9538 or after
5pm 863-287-5669
1,000 to 2,000 sq. ft.
Office/Warehouse
Easy access 1-75/hwy 60
333 Falkenburg RdN.
Ken Foster, Inc. R.E. Bkrs
On site, or call 689-4492
Workshop/
180F Storage
Space
CARROLLWOOD, Gunn
Anderson area. 2'2 car
garage. 2 extra car
ports. work bench, air
compressor $450.'mo
813-9628979
190
Commercial Prop.
Sale

190B I Commercial
Sites Sale

PLANT CITY. approx 4000
sf, zoning allows medi-
cal, dental office or day
care, S349K. Penny
Evans 863-860-5604
COLDWELL BANKER
Riverview Priced to sell!
Vacant. Ready for
Development. Call ior
details:
Domres R E Lic Broker
813 672-0717
Mobile
1901 Home Parks
For Sale
30 spaces, great rental.
.area. 17 m3 1 h..I homr i
included. Owner hnanc
ng s$550-. Fortune Real
Estate800-226 3839.
Walt Elliott. Broler Aso-
, i: -. I -720 .0734.
10 Warehouses
190L Sale

IN THE HEART OF ,BO6P
:IT, lil E. 9tr, .A.-
cl50 i.OFT ,.,5r,- ,:,u:,.
It FT C'l.n-J, .al ,rrno
pr ce 1700l',000 asl (or
Jack or Sam (813;
241-4545


200-249
Rentals

12001 Rooms/Rent I
Efficiencies & rooms for
rent, Day/Week. Down-
town location. Apply.
Wilson Ct Motel 31
Thomas 813.752-1227
I 2041 Apts. Furn. I
BUSCH GARDENS Area
Efficiency unit Utilities
included $125/wk lbr &
2br Mobile homes avail
able TTom MHP 10603
N. Nebraska 813-977-8210
I Apartments
205 Unfurnished

BRANDON Area 1 MONTH
FREE/Proof of credit
1 &2 Bedroom Apts
Free Cable. Senior dis-
counts. El Dorado Apts
Call 813-689-3658

Davis Island Living
2br lba, new carpet, etc.
$750 mo. Lease, prefer
no smoking, no pets.
813-254-0242
FREE /2 MONTHS RENT
MOVE-IN BY 8/15
1 & 2 BR's, Nice & Clean
Plant City
813-754-2200
TOWNSGATEAPTS
PALMA CEIA 2BR 1BA
1000 sq ft., nr Country
Club, oak firs privt
king, w/d, inc Iwater.
300 7th W. Estrella St.
$900/mo. Call John
917-992-8043
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's&
1BRapt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
PLANT City, Efficiency
cabin, 1 room, A/C, ap-
pliances, No pets $249
month 813-659-2666 or
813-785-6393
Plant City
SUMMER SPECIAL
$200 off 1st months Rent.
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. Pre wired for Cable
& Satellite. $725 month
352-232-6363
TEMPLE TERRACE
Stop Looking, start living
$199 DWN 'OFF 1STMO
1 Bedrooms
Immediate Occupancy
813-985-8911
TEMPLE TERRACE
Puritan Place*
SAffordable community!
Spacious 1,2 & 3 Br Apts
Recently Renovated ext
New Playground pools!
Picnic &Bar-B-Q Area,
Great Neighborhood
Public Transportation
Income guidelines apply
for move-in specials
calliW 813-988-6112
WESTPORT COMMONS
SEC. 8 APTS/NEW!
1-2-3 Bedrooms
Dishwasher, carpeting,
laundry room, central
a/.c, laygrouqnd,
gated community.
SE HABLAESPANOL
Call Connie:
(813)254-1436or
254-5816
I Houses
21 U Furnished
PALMA CEIA Newly renov
3br 2ba, granite kit
great rm, scrn pool & hot
Available Now.
$2500 mo813 902 090]
1n Houses |
210 Unfurnished

AFB AREA3br. lba.
114 sli. noavd lirs, new
carpet. all appl.. eat in
kit Incd yrd. swinqset,
$90.'mo, st, dep.6"22
S. Church. 813-902-9857
BAYCREST, Waterfront
4br,3ba tile,'carpet FP,
W D. w pool & deck w,
boat Ift up to l(* Ibs.
e'csnapr Avail Aug ist:
$25110 'm.) 813.436-6047
BAYSHORE-Howard, 3 2.
hdwd irs, sCrn pi',ri-n
yard care, trees Incd
baclvyard. garage e-c
neghbornovIc.o ] s .ls
$14.5 mc.813-253-3'68
BRANDON, 4 br. 2.5 ba. 3
car garage, fenced
bacckyard. 3000 sf
1850, mo. incl. yard
marit Call954-854 3586
or954 4248119
BRANDON. RIVERVIEW
4.2 251375mo,3 2 _
$1200'ic.:4 2, 3,l 400mo
.1 2.$9-'5,'m
S anaidre Realry
JoeAutin 813-681 5366
BRANDON. Selfner 30r
2'2ba Icq. 2 sty. Nev.
Ready Sp I 1308sf livt
1827 itoal i all apple's.
y.J maint $950 $1100im..
813-657 3458 505 1039
BROOKSVILLE, 3 Dr. 2 ba.
garqpe. screened porch
on 2.5 wooded a3.res
$800) mo:. S,: uep
352-540.416.1

CARROLLWOOD I12 :
Bro..glreEnDr SDr.2t:..
lull, rpm ,I:- I-d
b.autluI' RyarJ, i:,r
Au.g ': ocup.r,:,
$1100, im. $1100 dep.
727-692-7700


210 Houses
210 Unfurnished

CARROLLWOOD.
2br/2ba villa, CHA, tile
frls, comm pool, scrn pa-
tio, 2cg in very uiet gat-
ed comm. $875/mo +
$600/dep 813-265-3733
Carrollwood/Citrus Park
Immaculate 3/2 on Ig
shady lot, scrn lanai, FP,
all appi, in great n-hood,
Conv to Vet Expressway
$1450/mo 813-960-7706
Carrollwood FSBO New
2004, Gated 3br 2'/2ba
2cg, den, 1836sf. Rent
$1400/mo Buy $202K.
5427 Turtle Crossing
813-265-0001.857-6893
CARROLLWOOD, Planta-
tion, 10315 Parkcrest Dr.
3br, 2ba, tile new
paint/carpet, W/D, all
appliances, scrnd patio,
fenced yd, small pet
allowed. Available 8/2.
$1,050/mo + $1,050 dep.
813-879-6800 ext.300
CLAIR MEL, 3/1 w/fam
rm, CHA fncd, newly re-
modeled, sec 8 ok, $750
mo. + sec. No dogs, no
cats. 813-677-5018 days,
628-4408 eves.
Convenient Wellswood,
on Hillsb. River, 1 1/4
acre, 6br, 5ba, 40ft pool,
steam rm, spa, FP. Stone
guest house 4400sf.
$3000mo.813-293-3022
CUTE, lbr/lba, h/a, part
furn, nice quite neigor-
hood, fenced yard, $450.
813-477-4646
FISH HAWLK RANCH, 4BR,
2BA, 1CG, 1500sf, gar-
den tub, walk-in closets,
tile entry, fully carpeted,
W/Dinc.,pets oka.
$1,325/mo. 813-66Y-4385
LAND 0' LAKES
Oakstead, 3/2/2 1850sf,
new home, Avail now!
$1300/mo. 2 WEEKS
FREE RENT!
813-727-1749 Now!
Nebraska & Hills. 3616 E.
Comanche 3/1/2 $750.
1201 E. MLK 2/1 & 714 E.
Humphrey 2/1 $495ea.
House All 1 mo. dep.
813-615-0314,468-0354.
NEW SUBDIVISION
GRAND OPENING!
OPEN MON-SAT 10-5PM,
SUN 12-5PM.
Masonry 3-4 br, 2ba
w/gar. Low down, Low
monthly payments,
easy qualifying. 56th
Street, go 2 bIks W. on
SliHh.
American Housing
(813) 264-9950
NORTHDALE
Golf Course, split level
4br, 3ba, 2cg, screened
porch. Great view!
1300 + dep, includes
gardener. 813-963-1430
Old Seminole Heights
Area 3BR, 2BA, large
eat-in kitchen,formal LR
& DR, spacious FR, laun-
dry rm, fenced backyard.
$1,150/mo. 813-393-8930
PLANT CITY 2br/lba
ch/a, tile floors, fenced
yard, W/D hook-up,
$600. moist, last &
security 752-3161
PLANT CITY 2BR/1BA,
fenced back yard in
town. Available immedi-
ately. 813-754-8261
PLANT CITY beautiful 3br
/lba, oak floors, dbl lot,
fncd, scrnd-in pool, circle
drive, excellentneighbor-
hood, no pets. $1100 mo+
sec dep. 813-752-9548
PLANT CITY- near 1-4,4/2,
split plan, CHA, lcg, exc
condfncd yard, $1275
mo. + sec.813-967-5767
Plant City- Nice house,
3br, 2ba, scrnd porch,
CHA, lcg, 1200 sf, near
everything, $975/mo +
$1000 dep.813-205-0226
PLANT City Walden Oak
Beautiful 2/2 On Quief
Cul-De-Sac $900. mo +
deposit 813-960-1155
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS, Apt.
1 br, new CHA garage
parking, very clean, NO
pets. $450/mo.
813-238-8704
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS
3/2, Family Room
Laundry, fenced yard
$925/mo. discounted
813-353-0220
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS
charming 1920's
3br/lba w/FP. New tile,
carpet & paint, all apple.
$950/mo 1st, last + dep
req. Call 813-376-1297
SOUTH TAMPA 3BR IBA
new kitchen wood
floors, dryer. No pets.
$1000/mo.
Available Now.
813-832-5113
SOUTH TAMPA 3br, 2.5
ba. 2000sf, LR, DR, FR,
pool, 2cg. $1450/mo,
1000 dep. Small pet ok.
3408 Ohio Ave.
813-831-7413
Tampa Beautiful Water-
front Exec. Home. 3000
sf, 4/2.5/2, pool, dock,
bay access, gourmet kit.,
FP, hrdwd, gated comm.
$3,400.813-727-6125
TOWN N Country, 3br2ba
Ceramic Tile, W/D & all
Appli Inc, 1 year lease,
$500 Dep. $975/mo
please call
9 813-477-776619
Picture your home in clas-
sified w/an ad on the Buy-
er's Choice photo page.


210 Houses
210 Unfurnished

WESLEY CHAPEL
2br/2ba, Irg fen yrd,
LR/DR/Game rm w/FP
small pets OK. Avail 8/1
$975/mo 1st mo &
$500/dep 813-973-3754
YBOR CITY, 2 bilks from
Columbia restaurant,
3BR, IBA, outside
garage, 1400 sf.
$700/mo. + $1,000 sec.
dep. (813)689-4867
HOUSE FOR RENT
4BR/3BA & OFFICE 1095
PER MTH 1ST LAST, &
SEC. NO PETS. 833-9576
I Lease-Option
211 To By

PLANT CITY 3/2/2 + spa.
Walden Lake Lease Opt.
Upgrades GALORE!
$1475/mo. Golf comm.
Pets OK. Dwn pymt neg.
813-363-1666
12121 Condominium|
Land O'Lakes/Wesley Ch
New 3br,3ba TH, comm
pool& amenities, water-
front, extras, $1100/mo
+ dep.
813-299-9829
SouthTampa Condo
2/2, newly remodeled,
balcony w/water view,
W/D, sec, cable, as-
signed parking, ref.
$850.813-835-0969
TAMPA PALMS, Faircrest,
3br, 2ba, remod. gated,
spacious fir plan pool,
allappl.EZ to 1-75 & 275,
app + dep. $1100/mo.
813-978-1268
TEMPLE TERR/Raintree
Lrg Ibr 12ba $625/mo
+ Dep. W/D Hookups
Dishwasher Cable Inci.
Scrn Patio, 1st Fir End
Unit Clean & Quiet
813-988-0972
1212AlTownhouse I
BRANDON, 2br/1/2ba
1100sf, Gated communi-
ty, pool, cable W/D incl.
No pets $875/mo.+ dep
Available Immediately
813-985-5646
DAVIS ISLAND, 2br 1.5ba,
lcg, townhome W/D,
porch, fenced yd, spare
fridge, $1300/mo inc
lawn svc 813-205-5152
www.geocities.com/
danube406
NEW TAMPA, 2/2.5, close
to 275/75.1250 sf, gated,
scr lanai, W/D, corn
pool, tennis $950.
813-835-1572.

NEW TAMPA, Highland
Preserve, new 2br, 2.5
ba 1 car gar, N/S, no
pets. Comm. pool. Off
1-75. $1050/mo + until. 1
Yr lease. 813-948-7980
NORTHDALE VILLAS,
3/2'/z on Golf Course,
comm pool LR & DR,
w/wd fir & FIP, tile kitch
w/ new appl. W/D incl
$1150/mo813-966-8877
PLANT City, Lease
3BR/2BA VILLA in Wal-
den Lake $1000. mo.
813-754-3586 Ext 200
Westchase area brand
new lux, 2br, 1.5 ba, 1
CG, scr (ani, gated pool,
on consurv, all appls, in-
cluding w/d. $1300/mo.
813-949-4444,927-1489
i Mobile
,2151 Homes
1BrApts &1&2Bedrm
MHs. mile S of 14 on
Forbes Rd. 813-752-5234
ANTIOCH Country living.
2br, 2ba, large fenced
shaded yard, $500/Mo.
+ $500 damage deposit.
813-986-2939

DURANT Area 2BR/1BA
private lot, NO PETS,
813-737-2106
KEYSVILLE AREA-Large
country lot, 14 wide, 2br,
Iba, CH&A, no pets,


Cozy lbr's from $420-
$480/mo $200/dep Call
Avail Now! Sharon @
727-545-0806
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's &
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
PLANT City 3br/2ba coun-
try private lot NO PETS.
$750. water & garbage
provided 813-759-6467
PLANT CITY 3BR/1BA on
./2 acre private lot,
fenced, CH/A W/D
hook-up clean $530. mo
Plus $530 deposit Please
Call 813-787-4480 or
813-753-1880 after
9PM
PLANT City Asthma Suf-
fers hardwood floors
3br/2ba, w/d hook-up,
on 1 acre. $775. mo, plus
deposit. 813-759-6467
PLANT CITY Several to
choose from.
$600/mo. $250/deposit.
Call 813-754-5752.
After 5pm call:
813-478-8217
RIVERVIEW 1 acre 3br
2ba mobile home. Coun-
try, bigyard, 12110 Bi
Bend Rd. $825/mo. 1st,
last, $500 sec. Exc cond.
Robert: 813-843-1263
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I Mobile
215 Homes

Da, nice, older M/H 1/4
ac. yd. $125/wk, $300
dep. Ref req. No pets.
813-299-3416
THONOTOSASSA,
Country Living, Quite
MH park,2br's/1&2ba's
$135/week
813-431-3475
1 n Travel Trailer
220I LotsFor Rent|
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's &
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pmr M-F 813-754-6932
1 Waterfront
231 Rentals
APOLLO BEACH-3br 2ba
2cg on wide canal, boat
house, 10K lift, hot tub,
turnkey, very nice
$1,700 a month. Call
Chris (727) 643-6431
Apollo Beach Outstand-
ing view! Waterfront
Condo 2/2, boat dock,
new appl.3 month lease,
pet okay. $1,600/mo/f/I.
Call (813)389-5066
Clearwater thegrandbel
lagio.com on Tampa Bay
new developmt 2br, 2ba,
lcNg. FP, dock. $1400/mo.
847-541-3486
888-322-6088 x111 Mike
Convenient Wellswood,
on Hillsb. River, 1 1/4
acre, 6br, 5ba, 40ft pool,
steam rm, spa, FP. Stone
guest house, 4400sf.
$3000mo.813-293-3022
LAND 0 LAKES, 2br, 2ba +
den, secluded on big
LakeThomas upgrades,
inc detach 1CG scrrm
facing lake. $975 + dep
813-996-3229 892-0238
SAFETY HARBOR 2/2,
1400 sq ft condo. Newly
renovated w/gourmet
kitchen, boat slip includ-
ed $1350 mo.
727-894-4919
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
1 232 action
232i Places
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rate-THE INN- www. in-
nondestinharbor.com
(800)874-0470.
250-299
Employment
Services

1290 1 Jobs Wanted

PRESSURE WASH
for Homes & Mobile
Homes. 813-754-3492
WILL HAUL Trash Junk,
Clean Sheds,Yd & Tires,
Anything! I'LL DO IT.
737-3351 763-3745
WE HAUL ALL
scrape metals.685-6337
300-390
Employment

| 306 I Accounting
BOOKKEEPER full charge,
Plant City business, exp.
req'd in G/L A/P, A/R,
bank recs& financial
statements. Computer
skills necessary. Resume
& sal. hist. to Fax
(813) 752-2714 or email
tax(bhghm.com
I 1 Banking/
312 Finance

Experienced Mortgage
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1320 1 Medical

CNA'S
Loveable, Dependable,
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SAssistLiving 1307 E.
Baker 813-752-1648
1340 | Hospitality |

APPLEBEE'S
of Plant City, now hiring
Hosts & Servers.
Accepting Appliaction
Mon-Fri,2-4PM,
1204 Towngates Court
KITCHEN HELP F/T. &
WaitressesApply in per-
son Chancy Catfish
Shack, N. Park Rd
754-0477 or 752-7224
I Clerical/ I
350 Secretarial

Bookeeper/General Ofc-
Typing skills computer
literate, word/Excel
exp. AP/AR, polished
phne manner, $25-$30k
Tampa, Old Carroll-
wood, Fax 813-933-5343
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30In Clericall1
35 Secretarial
HR/AP Assistant. Good
org skills, knowledge
MSofce & lotus 123 F/T,
w/bene. 813-241-2525.,
1360 Trades I
A/C & Elect. Contractor
seeks help. No exp. nec.
Will train. 813-752-2468
A/C Mechanic/Tech -
Must have own tools.
Call 813-752-2468
A/C SUPV. Residential
New construction. Full
benefits. Call John Scott
at 863-559-4661 or
813-754-1955
iscott@payneair.com
ax res: 863-686-6161
Constr. Maint. Tech. All
phases of maint. Elec,
plumb, concrete, paint,
etc. 813-677-7803
FOREMAN Undergrnd
utility Contractor wa-
ter/sewer/drainage. Lo-
ca area. Salary & ben.
813-621-0851. DFWP
FORKLIFT drivers 2 years
exp required temp to
perm hire 813-754-5997
or apply 9-11a or 1-3pm
201 ort St Plan CitR
GC seeks field measure
for site work. Fax re-
sumeto 813-620-4556
Lawn Service/Maint. F/T,
valid Drivers License
exp. a must. 813-886-7771
Lightin/Electrical Tech
Bucke truck & sign exp
a + .813-677-7803 DFWP
Maint. Tech: Jack of all
trades. Great ben. DL/
drug tests req. 243-3023
MASON/Working Fore-
man with truck. Must be
able to run job. Mileage,
benefits. 813-969-0367
Mechanic (exp) &Fueler/
Washerwanted. Pay on
exp. Apply Gator Leasing,
5013 E Broadway, Tpa.
Plumber's Helpers, 18yrs
old valid DL, benefits.
(81M)892-0833.948-1622
Rodbuster Fonnans, Rod-
busters & Welders, with
bridge exp. Competitive
pay. Denson Construc-
tion. EOE.813-361-4721
Sign/Service Tech exp'd.
crane & bucket truck
'exp a+.813-677-7803
Site Work, Underground,
Operators & Laborers
needed, exp trans &
travel a must. Contact
Melissa at 813-737-2797
TRACHOE Operator &
for Deep sewer, 5yrs
exp. Exc. pay & bene
813-635-9007
13651 Retail





Sales Associate. West-
shore Mall. F/T, salary +
benefits. Exp req. Call
Jennifer 813-286-6556
1370 Sales
ACCT REP to support nat'l
home improve chain.
Must have great comm.
skills & reliable car for
Tpa mkt. Very competi-
tive with possible com-
mission. 239-334-7211





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813-246-9088. ext. 2311
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Seeking an associate to
man our busy Sales of-
fice. Exp/w inside sales
& proven clerical skills
are necessary. We offer
great benefits and an
exciting future.
Fax resume to:
(813) 641-1589
Mariner's Club Bahia
Beach Resort
611 Destiny Drive
Ruskin, FI. 33570
EOE/DFWP
71I Tele-
3711I marketing

PHONE PRO, No sales.
Appt settingonly. Salary
+ comm. &benefits. Fax
resume 813-643-9469


37- Tele-
3 marketing
Telemarketer: Paid train-
ing, huge bonus, auto
exp a+. 813-654-3983
1374 1 Security



SECURITY- 25 OFFICERS
for A/C office bldgs,
$8-10/hr, wkly pay, med/
dental, pd vac, prom.
oppty's. Rovers $22000
Plus. Fox ProtSvc.
289-8744 DFWP



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DRIVERS Class D Drivers
License. & Clean Record
for Dade City landscape
operation IMMEDIATE
HELP NEEDED! DFWP.
352-588-2235
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for OTR drivers, solos,
teams CDLA/HAZ re-
quired. Great Benefits
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now 1-800-362-0159, 24
hrs
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lo Class A CDL Sign On,
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Bonuses! 401k Plan,
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Equipment Good Home
Time. 1 -877-882-6537
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needs driver with Class
A, CDL. 813-478-7811
380 Employment
3 General
ALCOA ALUMINUM
**now hiring thru**
RITA STAFFING
Maintenance/Electrical
Laborers 813-754-5997
$9.50- $14/hour
Custodial Staff needed @
Brandon Family YMCA
on S. Kingsway 15-25
hrs/wk, AM & PM hrs
avail. Apply directly to
Plant City YMCA @ 1507
YMCA Place
Contact: Rick Stone
DFWP EOE
Customer Service
FTfor Brandon area
DryCleaners. Call
654-232310a-3p
DOG Sitter/light house
work 5-10 hr per week
responsible mature per-
son references pre-
ferred. 813-707-1316
DRY CLEAN PRESSERS
Looking for expd
PressersTor Brandon
areadry cleaners.
Call 813-654-2323

GENERAL LABOR
for Dade City landscape
company. IMMEDIATE
HELP NEEDED DFWP.
352-588-2235
General Laborers,
Scaffolders, Landscape.
$DAILYWORK$
$ DAILY PAY
219 Cook St, Brandon FL
Labor Finders 654-0885
HOUSEKEEPER & DRIVER
WANTED LIVE-IN
813-759-2509
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


380 Employment
380 General 1
LAWN CARE CREW in
Dade City looking for
exp. help. IMMEDIATE
HELP NEEDED! Plenty of
room to move up. DFWP.
352-588-2235
MECHANIC paid weekly
or commission, paid de-
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week. 813-752-7352 or
813-477-6803
Metal Fab Shop Workers
no experience needed.
Apply in person 5517 W.
Sligh Ave., Suite 100
PACKERS- Plant City. 2nd
& 3rd shifts $7.01-
8.26/hr 813-655-5850.
PHOSPHATE LABORERS
Mulberry &Bartow
$10.65/hr temp to hire
813-I54-5997
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casual dress. Reliable,
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Apply at 2650 S. Falken-
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Brandon area or Call
813-246-9088 x2511
SPRAY TECH needed for
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Licenses Required.
Apply at Amplex, 3304 N.
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813-754-7001
TROP Fish Farm Mgr &
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Call between 9AM-4PM
ONLY 813-754-9100.
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813-754-9100.
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Inventory, Central Of-
fice, Chips, Circuit
Boards, Components,
Controls G.P.S. Insul.
Wire, I.P., Medical
Elects Networking,
O.E.M. Elects., R.F.,Tele-
com., Telephones, Test
Equip., Transmission,
WireiessTop Value for
Reuse Items. Tampa
(813) 888-6249 Toll Free
1-866-372-7270
WANTED Purchasing New
& Used DishNe-work
and DirecTV Satellite
Receivers. Have your
model # available. Pay-
ing Cash Call
1-800-377-7153
WANTED!
DTV/Dish Network
Will pay cash & pickup.
813-786-3006
$$CASH$$ For Dish Net-
work and EchoStar Sat-
ellite receivers. Please
Call with Model Num-
bers 1-888-206- 9743
WWW.thedssguy.com
WANTED: Used or New
Direct TV/dish network
satellite systems. We
pay top $. Same day
pickup 813-855-5253
$NEED CASH?$
We Sell For You On
eBay
Sell Your Unwanted Items
Call A.J. 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/ old merchan-
dise. Watches of any
kindN 727/804-7463
Private Collector wants
your 60's, 70's, 80's GI
Joes (12" or 3 3/4"),
vehicles sets FOR
CASH. 813-361-8158

I Pay Cash
for Dish Network receiv-
ers. (813)843-2354
1401 | Auctions
REAL PROPERTY at 23801
W of Branch Road, sor-
rento, FL The IRS con-
sidering redemption of
real property. Prospec-
tive purchase visit:
www.ustrea.gov/auc-
tions/irs/sfredm.html
or call Keith Hlava,
813-315-2228
n402 Antiques/
-1 Collectibles
Antique Canopy
Mahogany carved King
bed with matching
dresser, 2 night stands
mirror, chest and
mattress. Pd $9500.
Asking $1700.
813-926-1877 0.
Barbie & Ken complete
Harley Davidson set,
$1400. SLOT MACHINE, 1
arm Bandit $1100.
813-949-7916
Emperor Black Walnut
Great Grandfathers
clock. Valued at $3800,
will sell for $900.
813-884-6337
MOVING selling antique
furniture call Jean (813)
684-0232

Pool Table Light,
Budweiser, new, $300.
813-244-8128
or 352-588-2988
PRIVATE FINE WINE
COLLECTION. Call for
list(813)495-5441
ROLLTOP DESK, large,
$2,000; medallion back
Victorian love seat with
matching Mr. & Mrs.
chairs, $1,200; rocker
with needle point seat,
$75; music bench $150;
hand-carved black wal-
nut chair and rocker set,
$150. Call 813-417-9002
WHIZZER Motor Bike
1947 H-model runs exc,
$2750 813-986-1007


1405IArt I
Must see Art Collection,
12 paintings in all, for
home. *Prints good
cond. From $60-$90.
813-571-5688
1406 Jewelry I
DIAMONDS Marquises
1.00ct, 1.7ct., 1.24ct.
Give Away Price. $699
Each. Also Diamond
1.35ct Round Must Sell.
$750 239-784-7778

ROLEX BUY SELL
Service-Selection.Yates
Jewelers, 1708 S.Dale
Mabry. 813-253-2164.
1407 1 Diamonds I
1 CT- VS L. Engmt. Ring
Rd. brilliant cut, ap-
praised (included)
7425.00, Must Sell
$4200.00 (813) 486-6455
After 5.30
With QUICK ACTION
rates, selling is asnap!
Call today for rates!


1407 | Diamonds I
AWESOME 2.10ct dia-
mond platinum ring,
center stone 0.92ct cer-
tified. Appraised $6500,
must sell $3600.
1-800-905-3850
DIAMOND 1.79ct, GAA,
Appr. @ 6,959 Sac
$1700; 2.82ct Appr
$12,026 Sac. $2550
Natural Beautiful fine H
color 727-698-7275

WHOLESALE
To The Public,
Tampadiamonds.com
813-486-6088
1n4 Stamps *
40 1Coins- BooksI
COINS, Currency, Bullion.
Buy Sell Trade Coin
Werx. Big Top Flea
Market D211 Sat & Sun
9a-4p 813-601-6940
COINS, Paper Money,
Estate Jewelry, Watches
& Collectibles.
Top $$$ Paid
813-948-4959
WE BUY COINS!
Buying, selling, trading!
Over 38yrs of experience.
We pay top dollar. Call
us. 813-792-2493 or
727-455-6196
SHOPPING MADE EASY
That's Classified's prom-
ise! Classified delivers!
1410 | Furniture |

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

813-630-4744
ALL STILL BOXED, NEVER
OPENED! Cherrywood
DiningRoom, Table,
Chippendale Chairs,
Buffet, Hutch Server
Cost ...$9K, Sell...$1450.
Home Theater 3-4 Sec-
tions $1495. Sofa/Love-
seat $1450. Mahagony
Bedroom $1650. Bar 2-
Stools $995. Tampa
954-553-8419,
954-553-5924,
407-660-1415. .
ANTIQUE CHAIRS, 7 Dun-
can Phyfe, $600. Marble
DR tbl $700. 2 antique
mahog buffet $400 ea.
Antique mahog china
cab $200.813-655-7199
BED $100
Dbl plush Qu matt. SET.
New in plastic w/warr.
Can del. 813-870-0070
BED $100
Double sided Qn pillow
top, new, still inelastic,
can del. 813-926-8507

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

Spot Advertising Works
BED $150
Plush dbl sided, Qu.
pillow top set. New in
plastic w/warr. Can
deliver 813-251-3134

BED $175
Dbl sided Qu P/T set, new
w/warr. can del. KG
$295 813-871-1477
BED $215
All cherry sleigh bed,
solid wd. new, still in
boxes. Must Sacrifice!
813-870-0070. Can del.

BED $255
Brand New! Solid Wood,
Cherry Sleigh in Box.
Can Delv. 813-643-1388
BED $375
ALL SWEDISH FOAM SET
New. Qu coiless set. As
seen on TV w/warr.
Retail $1900. Can deliver.
813-870-0070
BED $90
Full size matt. set New in
plastic w/warr. Can
deliver. 813-251-3134
BedALLTEMPURNEW
ULTRAPEDIC Pressure
Relieving Visco Nasa
Memory Foam SETS
As on TV
Cost 1699, sell $599
K cost $1899, sell $699
10yrwarranty can deliver
All bedding at wholesale
AllSizes
813-226-3022 or
727-733-9334 ANYTIME!


1410 1 Furniture I
BED California King light
oak wood lighted mir-
ror headboard, paid
$1300, asking $450 Exc
cond! 352-799-4494

BED ROOM 1-11 pc,
New!4PostorSleig,
Carved, Solid Wood $1750
Can Delv. 813-643-1388
BED SALE BEDS *
Bunk Beds- New w/Mats.
$159
Twin Mattress Sets $125
Full Mattress Sets $159
.n Mattress Sets $195
King Mattress Sets $295
New firm sets-Easy credit
B & B OUTLET
115 S. EVERS ST
PLANTCITY
813-759-8864

BEDROOM $1500
Brand new, solid wd. set
8 Pc. Louis Phillpe style,
List $5K. Ist $1500 taKes
it! Can del. 813-251-3134

BEDROOM $438
Brand new, 5pc cherry
set. New in box. Can
deliver. 813-870-0070

BEDROOM $485
Complete 5 piece set!
New in boxes! Can Deliver
i 813-643-13880
BEDROOM $875
All cherry wd sleigh bd,
nightstand, dresser
mirror chest, new,
retail $3K, sell $875 can
del. 813-870-0070
BEDROOM 1-10PC
Armoire included in solid
mahogany On. set, no
veneers, all drawers
American dovetail,
never used, still in box,
can deliver. Sacrifice
$2550 www.solid
wood bed rooms.com
813-926-8507

BEDROOM 1-10pc
King
Solid Mahoany, no ve-
neers, ligh.dark finish.
4 poster/sleigh. All
drawers American
dovetail, never used still
in box. Includes largeTV
armoire. Can deliver
cost $9,000 sell $2,600.
www.solidwood
bedrooms.com
813-293-7621

BEDROOM 1-10pc
All light cherry wd, Queen
by Pulaski, 4 poster
canopy bd, granite
nghtstnd Ig drsr, mir. &
V armoire, new, boxed,
retail $109, sel f $2800.
Can del. 813-871-1477
Bedroom BEAUTIFUL
BROYHILL 'Fontana' &
'Pleasant Isle', 2 mos
new, worth $1800. Sell
each $990.727-725-2708
BEDROOM SET Bassett
Country style pine
Queen bed, one night-
stand and dresser/mir-
ror $900 OBO, (813)
282-9062
Beds, 2 twin, nearly new,
$300 ea or $500/both.
Must sell! Kitchen TV,
RCA, fits under counter
$50.813-390-7522
BUNK BEDS $145
Iron or wood, all styles &
colors. New in boxes!
Can Delv. 813-643-1388
CHURCH FURNITURE
Does your church need
Pews, Pulpit Set, Baptis-
ery, Crinkle Glass, Stee-
ne or Stain Windows?
ig SALE on new Cush-
ioned Pews and Uphol-
stery for hard Pews.
800-231-8360
Couch $436 Love $400
Chair $326. New Leather
Italian Top Grain
Can Del. 813-870-0070
COUCH $475, Love $450
Chair $400 Brand New!
Top Grain Italian Leath-
er. In Plastic, Can Deliv-
er. 813-643-1388
Couch & Loveseat with
pillows, White, exc
cond. $450.
813-655-9071

DAY BED $265
Complete w/frame, 2
mats, trundle new in
boxes. 813-657-8449
DAYBED
Complete w/pop-up
trundle & 2 twin matts.
never used, sacrifice
$275 can del 813-926-8507
DESKw/Hutch, Credenza
& lateral file matching
set oak $595 exc condo
813-973-4840
DINETTE Brand New,
Hand Carved, Solid Oak
w/leaf, Claw feet & 6
Chairs. In Boxes $475
can Delv. 813-643-1388
DINING $950
All cherry Queen Anne
style. Never used, still in
box. Must Sacrifice! Can
deliver. 813-251-3134
Dining Set, solid Cherry
Tbl w/2 Leaves, 6 Chrs,
lighted China Cabinet.
Upgraded uphol. & Run-
ner $1,850.813-948-4088
ADVERTISE IN CLASS 631
AND SEE YOUR VAN GO!


1410 1 Furniture |
Dining Table 6' buffet,
parsons style, burl fin-
ish, 6 custom slip cov-
ered chairs. $850.
813-831-3233.
DINING TABLE & Chairs,
China cab Ethan Allen
Old World Collection.
Ctry French exc cond
$3700 813-662-9429
ENT. Ctr. beautiful Drexel
Heritage, distressed fin-
ish w/wrought iron trim,
orig $4500 sell $1650.
813-831-3233.

Entertainment Ctr
All wood, cherry finish,
lighted w/beveled glass
doors, accommodates
up to 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
USED, sell for $1650. Can
deliver. 813-293-1743
FURNITURE
North Carolina
Samples & Floor
Model Sale
30% OFF/STORE
&WHSESALE
This Th/Fr/Sa only
logansfurniture.com
813-630-4744
Furniture Sale qn sz bed
w/mattress set, $300.
New kitchen table & 6
chairs, $300, plus much
more. 813-654-7887

FUTON$195
Oak, w/extra thick mat-
tress, new in boxes, cov-
er avail. 813-657-8449
Grand Father's Clock,
excellent condition,
contemporary. $1,350.
(813)685-9304
LIVING & BEDROOM SET
FRENCH CELLINI
Hand Painted
Very Good Condition
$6,000 813-763-9646
MATTRESS $150
Qu pillow top. Baby soft.
New in plastic w/warr.
KING $198. Can deliver
813-870-0070

MATTRESS (1-2PC)
Extra thick Qn Ortho P/T
set, new still in plastic,
retail $1195, sacrifice
$250. Can deliver.
813-926-8507
MATTRESSES Factory di-
rect close-outs. Queen
sets King mattresses,
$175. All new.
813-920-2250
MEMORY FOAM
MATTRESSES, ALL
SIZES, $300.00!
www.nasatechmemory-
foam.com
TAMPA 813-612-5911
CLearwater 727-447-0957
LARGO 727-210-1098
THUR-FRI-SAT ONLY
MOVING SALE 4pc Beige
Ital. Lthr Set, $1,500.
5 pchrdwdEntCtr, $1200
Bedrm Set, Wing-bck Chr
Curio, More.813-842-7377
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
tbis, $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
or956-0068
POOL TABLE 4x8 Italian
1" Slate, lifetime warr.
Decorative pockets &
legs in crate w/access
$1450.813-657-8449
Sofa $250 Love 225
Chair $175. Uphol. New
still in plastic w/warr.
Must sell! 813-251-3134
Can deliver.
SOFA $385
MICROFIBER SET
Sofa $385. Love $345.
Chair $185. New still in
box w/warr. Family
friendly. 813-870-0070
Can deliver.
SOFA $895 SET
All Italian top grain
leather set. Beautiful!
New in plastic. Can
deliver 813-870-0070
Sofa, large, Loveseat, end
table, Benchcraft.
Whitewash wicker/rat-
tan, neutral/pink stripe.
$300.813-333-4446
Sofa, loveseat. Leather,
dark burgandy. Nail-
head. 6 mosoldMoving,
must sell. $750 obo
813-855-0428
Sofa, loveseat, coffee
table, end tables. Dining
room set, round table, 4
chrs, bakers rack, wood
& iron. Moving. Must
sell. $600 for all.
727-452-4766 or
727-641-4903
Want Ads










1410| Furniture I
SOFA, IoveSeaL, cnalr &
ottoman set, MOVING
SALE! Almost new,
Hunter's Green $450.
813-787-7599
SOFA & LOVESEAT, light
tan, all pieces recline,
very well made EXC.
COND., Must see! $500:
813-654-4685
SOFA & LOVESEAT, all
LEATHER, beautiful
Bassett, 2 mos new, w/
warr Worth $2800 Sell
$1490.727-725-2708
Sofa & Loveseat
Unclaimed Layaway
Reg.$68900; Payoff
balance $495.00 or
assume $20.00 payments
B&BFACTOR OU0LET
813-759-8864
Summer Wicker SALE.
Unique wicker & rattan
furniture. All weather
wicker patio sets/
access. & gifts. Forever
Wicker 813-948-4802
Washer & Dryer GE -Repo
Pay off bal. $295 Cash
or $20.00 Payments
B & B OUTLET
813-759-8864

MOVING SALE
FURNITURE LAWN &
BARN STUFF. CALL FOR
DETAILS. 352-518-0517
Picture your home in clas-
sified w/an ad on the Buy-
er's Choice photo page.
14151 Carpeting I
Carpet, top of the line,
Cream color Berber
w/some padding, like
new, approx 700 sf,
$650.813-948-4088
1416m Appliances
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
4000W. Kennedy
281-0777
PARTS TODAY
11900 N. Nebraska
972-4242


THIS
Dryers/Washers/Fridge
Stoves. Lowest Prices!
$74.50-Up. New & Used.
SGuar.& Del. Large show-
room with 2 loc., 1 near
you. Service & Parts
avail. Know Your Dealer.
. 42yrs.Qual.Svc./Merch.
WOODS APPLIANCES
7604Broadway 626-7787
8307Armenia 933-8288
Mom & Pops Applianc-
es, $75 & up, W/D, Stove
& efr. 10014 30th St.
Free Delivery
813-632-9620; 335-5788
Refrigerator/Freezer,
Sub Zero, upright,
matching, like new.
$1,6200 each.
(813)340-2288
Refrigerator, side by side
With ice & water in door.
Almond, new cond. Can
deliver. $495.
813-657-2683
The Key To SAVINGS Start
Here in Classified!
VACUUM RAINBOW SE
with attachments, very
clean, excellent cond,
used very little. $350obo
813-334-7876
WASHER & DRYER
$225/set,$125 ea.
Refrigerator S/S $225.
Guaranteed. Delivery
avail. 813-382-8615
WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
Don 813-300-6714
7 ITelephones/ I
417 Pagers

WE BUY
Cell phonesold,new,No-
kia,Motorola etc We buy
them all 813.933.5008
I418 Air
41 Conditioners
A/C's ALL New in Box All 5
yr Factory Warranty, All
Homes, Sizes: Example
Mobile Homes, 2-ton
$790, 2'/-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
AC Cool/Heat for mo-
bile home or house. Nev-
er used. $795. Call any-
time: 813-643-9277

Mobile Home AC Units,
$200 & up, Central sys-
tems and used parts.
813-263-6503

420 Instruments
Amps, Speakers, Wire-
less Mics, Lighting,
Beamworks Inc. Rentals
& Sales. Best Gear Best
Prices. (813)855-d709
beamworksinc.com


420 Musical
420 Instruments

BASS & GUITARS
BAY AREA'S BEST!
USED VINTAGE RARE
Reairs, Lessons
BUY SELL TRADE
LEGENDS 81 3-8 3i.i 0J.w-
CELLO, ruill iz,.,. tv nard
case, $1100. Classical
Guitar, lbanez PF50,new
strings, hard case, $250.
813-282-8132
DRUM SET
6 piece. Extra hardware &
cases. $450
813-245-7667
DRUMS DRUMS
AJ's Pro Percussion
New Used Vintage
Drum Lessons
We Buy Drums Anything
Call AJ. 813-353-1829
Grand Piano, Pramber-
per. 6'1" polished ebony
finish, artist adjustable
bench, 1V2 yrs old, incl
warranty. Retail $28,600
sacrifice for $14K.
941-356-0714 Sarasota




GUITARS 100s in stock
Factory Authorized
Dealer for Fender, BC Rich
Gibson, Alvarez, Hamer,
Crate, Ovation, Austin
Takamine Kustom &
more $15 Guitar Lesson
JAM MUSIC 813-973-8430
SR 54 1/4 mi W of 175
Guitars from........... $24.95
Elec. Guitars from. $99
Trumpets from.....149.95
Violins from........... $99.95
Mic's from.............. $19.95
PA's, complete at.-$249
Buy-Sell-Trade-Service
Paragon Music 876-3459

Want Ads
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
inci bench and lots of
music $975 obo
813-631-1983
PIANO Kawai Baby
Grand. Black. Plays &
sounds good. Must sell.
$5000.727-542-0132

PianosPianoslnc.
Liquidation Sale
Like New Yamaha Pianos
1/2 OFF!
Visit OurShowroom For
The Best Deals Anywhere
813-855-1227

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


SPINET PIANO
Story & Clark, asking
$600. Call 813-417-9002
CLASSIFIED WORKS
VINTAGE KING ZEPHYR
ALTO SAXOPHONE orie
silv lar/pads. Ex con
ser# 199xxx $1,500 OBO,
(863) 838-5565 Lakeland
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
14231 Clothing I
Ladies Consinment, new
and used clothing.
LaChic Boutique 220 W.
Brandon Blvd. 662-0007.
Upscale Resale
I | Radio,TV,&
424 Stereo

Big Screen Televisions,
46" $300. 52" $400
Good condition
with warranty.
Call 813-986-1229
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 DIRECTTV
SYSTEM includes instal-
lation! 4 MO. FREEpro-
g rammin w/NFL Sun-
ay Ticket subscription.
Over 205 channels! Lim-
ited time offer. S & H. Re-
strictions Apply
(866)500-4056.
FREE DIRECT TV
SATELLITE SYSTEM. UP
TO 5 ROOMS INSTALLED
*-FREE.-
813-748-8854
TV MITSUBISHI Bi
screen, 50", 3 yrs ol,
exc cond. $800.
813-927-1679 or
352-518-9721


424 Radio, TV, &
Stereo

TV, Son Model 53XBR
300,1 odi,53" $1,100.
Sony 27" Console, needs
Tuner $125.
Call(813)353-0837
428 Medical
42 Equip.

4-Wheel Power Chair,
special '36 Ford body &
feet done in red white &
blue. Must see. $1000
813.920.2224727.514.6148
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
Electrical Hospital bed
w/custom matt & lin-
ens. $500. Lazyboy elec-
tric lift chair, exc cond.
New $1595. Sell $500.
813-933-1816
MEDICARE DIABETICS -
FREE METER!!! No cost
Diabetes Supplies. DIA-
BETIC SHOES. No Costto
You!!! Join Diabetes
Care Club. FREE Mem-
bership. FREE Delivery.
1-800-316-6391 .Call
NOW!
Power Wheelchair, New
Jet 3. Used twice, 360 de-
gree turns in its own
length. Joystick opera-
tion. Cost $5K, sell $2000
813.920.2224 727.514.6148
PAINTING?
WALLPAPERING?
REMODELING?
Consult our Classified
Professional Service Di-
rectory for a myriad of
businesses and services
that can lend a helping
hand. Just 1 visit to our
directory provides you
with information about
a variety of professional
service providers! See
Classified today!
RASCAL Electric Mobility
Scooter 2004, 600-T,
Lumbar seats clock,
lights, only used 2 times,
$1500.813-645-5454.
RECLINER/LIFT CHAIR
mauve color, approx. 6
months old, new condi-
tion $475 352-799-4494

RECLINING LIFT CHAIR, 6
months old immaculate
condition. $475.
813-362-5589
or 813-362-5588
Wheel Chair, electric,
Pronto M51; 6 mos old.
Cost over $5K. Sell for
$1495. OBO Can deliver
local. 813-245-5594
Ace Motorchairs
Beds, Pwr & Man Chairs
Lifts, and Much More!
You May Qualify at
NO COST TO YOU!
813-269-8049
MEDICARE/MCAID/INS
I4 Office Equip.
430 & Furniture

ARM CHAIRS, DESKS,
FILES CONF TABLES,
COPIERS NEW USED
SCRATCH & DENT
635.9255 / 5414 N 56th
BOOKCASE-S200 desk-
$200,printer cabinet-
$15, filing cabinet-$200-
all oak, excellent condi-
tion. Photo copier-$175,
glass top desk-$50 (813)
282-9062
Bulldozers on way. 20,000
sf of office furniture.
502 Caesar St
across from The Forum.
813-629-0882 -433-4323
Sale M-F 9-4.
COPY MACHINE, Digital
85 copies per m i n, auto 6
side copies, finish/
staple & whole punch,
print directly from
computer. Up to 400,000
copies per mop 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
Cubicle Summer Sale!
20% off all used work
stations All sizes, Free
Installation. Best Prices
in State. Chuck 966-1072
WORKSTATIONS (50),
Hayworth, 8x8,1 flipper,
1 shelf, corner work sur-
face, grey in color, $550.
Delivery. & set up avail-
able. WE Buy Worksta-
tions. (727) 647-2170
1 Computers a
431 Equipment
$99 Internet Ready
Computer. Lap tops
starting at $149. 21"
monitors starting at $99
New systems starting at
$299.2316 W. Linebaugh
PC Services 931.4976
A NEW COMPUTER
-BUT NO CASH?
You're APPROVED-
Guaranteed! NO
CREDIT CHECK- Bad
Credit- Bankruptcy OK.
1-800-420-0326
10A-9P EST Mon-Fri
*Checking Account
Re quired .
WWW.PCSFORALL.COM


431 Computers a
431 Equipment

AMD PRO SYS $299
XP SYSTEMS
R 2400+ XP Sys. $499
R2800+XPSys.$599
All XP S stems are New
with 2S6MB DDR RAM,
52X CDRW 40GB 7200 HD,
WIN XP,J 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
COMPUTER Gateway
Windows Millennium
Edition, Tower, Printer.
good condition $600
Call 813-966-4531
COMPUTER REPAIRS &
UPGRADES! $40 TOTAL
FOR LABOR. WHY PAY
MORE? 813-681-6713
Computer Repairs
Network/Wireless
Microsoft Certified
Professional
727-455-3036

Dell PII Systems
W/ Monitor $100
Workstation from $75
813-635-9396
US301&Hwy60(Adamo)
Gateway Desktop, 17"
mon. Pill 933 256 ram,
20 gig hd, $300 + tax.
Cash or check only.
813-884-4433 ext 242
La ptop 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
Laptop Computer,
Gateway 2004, XP, exc
cond, 1 mo old.
813-930-2508

PRINTER-HPU2300L La-
ser, new, excellent for
business. Paid $650.
$400 firm. Brian,
813-931-1090
SONY PC, PIll, 21" Mitsu-
bishi mon. HP scanner
printer, Fresh O/S in-
stall, too much to list,
$360 obo. 813-907-7145
132 | Commercial
43U | Equipment |

Letter ress/Offset/RL
PRINTING EQPT.
& SUPPLIES & LEAD
Tampa Thermo/251-0185

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

MICRODERM ABRASION
MACH. Compl. Dermag-
low ll 32hrs.topof line,
$8006 value, sacrifice
$5200,727-458-5085
SAFE Ft Knox, Yea er se-
ries, red/gold, 61"hgt,
41"wdth, 27"dpth. Fire-
proof gun/valuable safe
$3000.813-478-6758
TRASH PUMP, 3" whose
$675. GENERATOR, 4KW
w/warranty, $775.
813-982-9335 -

Veemer Bore Rigs, x2
2000 model Veemer
24x40, complete Bore
Rigs readytogoto work.
Priced to sell.
Call 936-598-7800
44 |Restaurant/
434 Hotel Equip

BAY RESTAURANT SUP-
PLY NEW & USED EQUIP-
MENT LOWEST PRICES
IN fLORIDA
813-886-1121
DELI MEAT SLICERS
&20 qt MIXERS all makes
& models, SS, used,
some like new.
727-515-4501.584-9181
GRILLS, Walk-In Coolers,
Pizza Ovens, Mixers,
Hoods, Fryers Call
727-581-9293
VENDING MACH-(1) Na-
tional 145 snack mach.,
$1100. (1) Bev Max glass
front mach., vends cans
or bottles, $1100. Both
inci. bill validator & 45
selections. 813-963-2241
Store
435 Fixtures-
Equipment

DISPLAY CASES,
USED CLOTHES RACKS
SHELVES, COUNTERS.
WHSE FULL 813-886-8400
HAIR STATION X2, Styling
Chairs x2 Light Green, 1
Blue. Large White Coffee
Table, Cubes Ceiling
Fans, Twin Trubdle Bed.
Call 813-294-1046
RETAIL STORE CLOSING
Slatwall, Fixtures, Dis-
plays, Business Phone
ys; Counters Comput-
ers, POS Sys, Office ur-
niture, signs, Partitions
& Accessories. Must Sell
Call 813-469-8290
ATTN: STORE OWNERS
A shop has retired and is
selling displays of all
kinds. 1 Day only, Sun.
8/8. Call for more info at
813-787-6047
The KeyTo SAVNGSStart
Here in Classified!


440 Builder's
Supplies
A&B 3" American Oak
Flooring Wholesale
from the Original Guy
who started in this sec-
tion. I buy flooring from
all over the world no
Middleman. I have more
products in stock than
anyone that will sell to
the public. Containers of
Wood, Laminate, Ce-
ramic starting at .99 sf.
Come where the build-
ers & 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 Roofinq,
Standing Seam, -o6f
pkg, Galvalume-Plus,
Snap-Lock Panels. Eas
to install, Visa/M
accepted. 813-224-9060

BASEBOARD
Wood, new, 10,000' avail-
able at $.25 per foot.
813-886-8494:389-5336
BRICKS ANTIQUE STREET
BRICKS $1 (727)
455-2886
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
601b $6.49 each
Gatlin's Go For Cash, Inc.
2705 E Hanna Ave. Tampa
813-239-9284
CABINETS Brand Names.
QUALITY, KRAFTMAID
Wholesale Pricing.
Design & Installation.
813-716-1966
CORIAN Countertops,
l00sf +/-, like new, long
lengths w/ island.
$2500.813-835-1888

FENCESALE
6 X 8 Board on Board
Only $19.95
Hurry While Supplies Last
813-681-6181
FLOORING
Prefinished oak still in
boxes, 2308sf. @ $2.25/sf.
Will split, 813-225-1298
GATES, New, Ornamental
Choose your design,
Approx 14'$775;
9 813-817-9871
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
METAL Roofing & Siding
26ga-36" coverage as
low as $1.40/ft. ciofflori-
da.com Corrugated In-
dustries 800-545-4580
* MEXICANTILE*
ALLSIZES
FINISHED and RAW
*813-884-6127 *

Pre-Finished Oak.
$4.29 inst. Laminate $2.99
inst. w/underlay. Ce-
ramic .89q/sf. Carpet
rems 29t/sf. 874-8080
Simonton vinyl double
hung windows.
18 each for $1800.
863-581-6757
STAIR TREADS
Maple, Oak, Walnut, etc.
813-426-6470
Prefinished Brazilian
Cherry/Bamboo/Bruce
Oak Flooring. $2.89/sf.
813-426-6470

441 Ptio& Deck
441 Supplies

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


24x30x9 Enc. concrete
slab 36" dr & 2 7x8 ga-
rage doors Inst. $10,00
813-788-3501 713-2333
www.jobobs.com
Discount Steel Buildings
Top quality/1-Beam con-
struction!
30x40 now $9990.
40x60 now $15,960.
50x100 now $28,900.
70x150 now 56,900.
Call 1-800-840-1699.
Discount Steel Buildings
Top quality / I-Beam
construction! 30x36 now
$9,400 40x60 now
$15,600 50x100 now
28 ,900 70x150 now
$56,900 Call
1-800-840-1699
Want Ads


444ISheds &
444Carport

ALL STEEL BUILDINGS
25x28 was $8,300, sell
$4,990. 30x46 was
$14 300, sell $6,980.
48x100 was $27 800, sell
$15950. Call Now! Joe
(800)392-7817
SHED DISPLAY SALE
Heartland Industries
Big Savings. As-Is.
Where-Is. Cash & Carry.
813-876-4900 M-F
STEEL BLDGS. 50-70%
OFF! 40x60, 60x100,
70x120. Must Sell! Can
Deliver! Charlie
(800)506-5160.
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
installed; 18x21 Build-
ings from $2,375;
Call for More sizes
813-299-3798 681-5468
1445 1Tools I

WOOD LATHE
813-996-4806
I Machinery!
449 Heavy Equip.
2001 2070XL Mobark
Chipper w/Cummins
Diesel $14,900. 1993
1635A Rayco Grinder,
$5,900.813-651-2782
9000 Ib asymetric 2 post
lift $1900. Automotive
Brake Lathe disc/drum
FMC $1900. Torque con-
verter flusher $350.
727-458-0639.
Brake & Shear 1/4"
Capacity- $10,000.00 Ea.
(3) Forklifts/5,000 LB
Capacity Horz Band Saw
10 x10". Lathes Welders
MIG & Stick Radial Arm
Drill Nuts & Bolts & Bins.
Other Shop Equip.
813-230-5637 *685-341
CLASSIFIED
IS ACCESSIBLE
Cincinnati #2 horizontal
& vertical. TbI 10.5x53.
#40 Taper Spindle. Full
tbl travel. In good running
cond. $1500. 8 ea Euro
Drive gearbox and mo-
tors. 174HP-2HP-3PH. 2
ea, powered conveyors
21" wide 10ft long.$350
each. 813-247-3099
CONCRETE PUMP 2004
Putz. Diesel, remote
control 225' hose, only
19hrs sacrifice $15,800
Call 813-961-1764
Fork Lifts. Low Prices.
Used, New or Rental.
3000-40K pounds. Kelly
Tractor Co.
1-800-255-3093
Forklift-Tampa Forklift
since 1974. Parts, Svc
Rentals, New:Used
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
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.
450 Sporting
41| Goods4

GEORGIA HUNT CLUB
adding 1000 acres to
3500 acres. $600/year.
Must interview. Call af-
ter 8pm: 1-800-970-7970
GOLF EQUIPMENT WANT-
ED. Name Brand / Pro-
Line only. CASH PAID.
(407) 739-1328

GUN SAFE (2) 1 Browning
and 1 Pro Steel, both in
exc cond. $450/$400 or
$800 both. 813-927-1679
or 352-518-9721
HOME GYM 150Lb weight
stack system over 14
exercises, takes up 2
1/2' X 3'--perfect cond,
only l yr old $300 OBO,
(813)662-0308
HUNT CLUB, approx. 3000
ac, deer/hog only, still
hunt, nocamp, '1 hrs
from pa $125/ member.
352-208-3156 or
352-843-8993 or
352-351-1999
HUNT CLUB Green Top
2015 acres, southern
zone. Membership $650
DublinGA
2 404-433-73423
HUNTER's WANTED for
MONSTER DEER in West-
ern KY on priv. Farms.
Meals & Iodginq incl.
Jim Baker (606)226-2260
HUNTING LEASE
2500 acres, N. Florida
3 openings
$2,700 each
Call John at 561-236-0435
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's813-931-8498Tmpa
Crown 788-2520 Z'hiIls

POOL TABLE $1450
4x8 all solid wood
Professional series, 1"
Italian slate, Leather
pockets, decorative
legs top quality felt, K66
Rails,, w/access,
lifetime warranty, still in
crate, can deliver & set
up. 813-657-8449


450 Goods
POOL TABLE 4x8 Leisure
Bay. Excellent condi-
tion. Complete accesso-
ries included. $950 (813)
254-8176
POOL TABLE 8'
high end professional se-
ries, 1 Italian slate cus-
tom leather pockets,
solid wood, K-66 speed
rails, NFLbuc felt, still in
case. Cost $5000 Sacri-
fice$1250 813-273-8177
POOL TABLE 8' PROFES-
SIONAL, 1" Italian slate,
leather pockets, K6b
speedraiI, custom NFL
Bucs felt, never used.
Can deliver. Cost $5K.
Sacrifice $1,250. Call:
V 813-273-8177I
POOLTABLE
A Proie.sonal Series 4X8
Table wth Italian
slate. Ithr pockets.
carved legs. New, still in
box. Can deliver & set up
$1150
813-926-8507
S&W 5904 w/hi-cap $360
Colt Ser. 70 Gov mod.
exc. cond. $679. S&W
mod 38, $369 Beretta
9000S, $449.813-685-2612
SAFE Ft Knox, Yeager se-
ries, red/gold, 61"hgt,
41"wdth, 27"dpth. Fire-
p roof gun/valuable safe
3000.813-478-6758
World's Largest Custom
Knife how
Knifemakers Guild Show.
Orlando MarriottWorld
Center. 7/30-8/1.
Sat 10-6 Sun. 10-4.
V off $7.56 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 Leaser
1250 acres, maintained
food plots, electric wa-
ter. $1,000 Call (863)
659-0323: 63-581-0593
i11I Exercise I
I Equipment I

BOWFLEX, Power Pro w/
leg attachments $650
obo, after 6
813-752-4867

BOWFLEX
WANTED
813-994-6930
Fitness equipment, com-
mercial grade, used.
.Treadmill, Steppers,
Bikes and Weight quip.
813-760- 161
TANNING BED Wolfe Sun
Vision 24. New Diamond
S bulbs. Home owner
use only. Exc cond. $800.
813-927-1679 or
352-518-9721

TREADMILLS
Factory Direct To You.
Wholesale Prices. Club
Quality. 813-468-0053

Look Great Naked
Treadmill
249-549-4477
| Health
456 1 Products

OXYGEN USERS. Enjoy
freedom to travel! Ox-
life's lightweight, Amer-
ican-made oxygen con-
centrators produce
3/3LPM continuously
For home, car, even
o v e r s e a s
1-800-780-2616
www.oxlifeinc.com
FAMILY HEALTH CARE
w/Prescription Plan!
$69.95/mo: Best net-
work excellent cover-
age. No limitations, in-
cudes Dental, Vision,
Pre-existing Cond. OK!
Call:WCS (800)288-9214
ext. 2347.
*DIET PILLS* New Pre-
scription Strength
(Phentrazine 37.5mg 60
tabs $89.95) No Pre-
scription Needed! FREE
Shipping 1-8888-527-0870
DIETPILLUSA.COM
*VIAGRA* Prescription
Strength Alternative (30
blue tabs 100mg $89.95)
No Prescription Need-
ed! FREE Shipping
1-888-527-0870 SEXPIL-
LUSA.COM
HYDRO Massage bed, Tri-
ple wave action model
the Ultimate dry mas-
sage, Type youseeina
ma or Spa. 352-874-7528

460 IMowers I
Dixie Chopper & Lazer
Long Blocks in Stock
750-850 Inst/Guar
Koh V-Twins For ZTR's
Cranks & Cams 236-3363
DIXIE CHOPPERS!!
60" & 42" both in exc
cond. Starting @ $3,800
new 50" $5,500
813-661-9662; 299-5496
CLASSIFIED
WORKS


-AUGUST-5; 200

460 Mowers

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,
g ood condition, $3500.
407-467-8589.
TORO RIDING MOWER,
13HP, 38" cut, recycler
synchro balanced, good
condition,$800. Cali ;
813-335-12842
1465 Lawn& Grdn
FREE HORSE MANURE!
Great For Gardens!
YOU HAUL!!
Local delivery available.
813-661-1096
469 Nurseries/
469 | Trees

6s6 LigustrumS25.
6'-8' crape myrtles $20.
Large live Oaks
TreeLiquidation
47228130 813-477-7949
CACACAO (Chocolate trees)
Rare 5'-7' Silk Floss,
Golden Shower, Tabe-
bulias & Segos.
813-831-2177 #47234056
FRUITTREESALE
CREPE MYRTLE SALE
90 Varieties: Lemon-Lime
Orange-Tangerine-Fig
Pummelo-Guava-Avcaao
Mango-Fl. Peach-Plum
Star-Aloe-Magnolia
813-752-4938 #47216934
LIVE OAKS, 45 gal. 4"-16'
$7525 gal 3"-12'$50;
LIGUTRUM 45 gal 8' $125
813-748-8641 or 986-3302
Reg #47220672
Check outout our Pet Classi-
fications to find the fur-
ry or feathered friend
that you seek!
WEEPING WILLOW
TREES, 3 gal. $21, 7 gal
$40, 15 gal $65. Fast
growers. ic #A114110.
863-559-2554
14801 Dogs I

Afghan To Yorkies

All Puppies Inc
4323 W. Kennedy Blvd.
Puppies, access & food.
15% off supply. w/coupon.
V 813-288-4929V
i- Lic#P0356763 -a
AMERICAN BULLDOGS
All F's, 10 wks old, all
shots, dewormed white
w/brindle eye patches.
$250 ea. 813-239-7801
APBT PUPS-READY NOW
Iron Tank/Duke of
Sloan Brindles P.O.P-
Family Raised-Shots &
Papers. $300 813-
659-4334- Lv msg

AUSTRAILIAN, SHEPHERD
puppies, purebred, par-
ents on prem. $200
(941) 377-6016
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD
8 weeks old, shots, AKC
2 BlkTri 1Red Tri, 1 Red
Merle. $500. Lv. mssg.
863-551-8111 559-0922
BLUE HEELER Male, 4
months, all shots, hlth
cert, great w kids &
other animals. $250
813-833-5919
BOSTON TERRIER, AKC,
Health certificates,
shots, champion back-
lround, beautifully brin-
dled, 4 year old Male,
$300.813-737-9631
Want Ads
BOXER PUPPIES, 9 weeks
old, 1 White Male, 2
White Females, shots,
wormed, tails docked,
dew claws removed.
$400 ea. 863-533-2621
BOXER PUPPY, AKC, fawn
fern. house broken,
crate trained, 12 wks.
$500 813-929-6291

Boxer Pups BeautifurAKC
Reg, 5 generation
champs, hand raised,
fawns & flashes,
Parents on Premises,
Vet ready 7/17 $600
727-992-1304, 859-9950
Bulldogs puppies, Amer-
ican 2 females, 8 wks
old, I brindle & wh.te. I
tan & whiteparen:s on
site, $300 813-645-6e01
CHIHUAHUA PUPS 04i
Black males, apple
head, pedigree, $30.
813-545-3801

CHIHUAHUA, Teacups.
pure bred, extra, e-Ira
small22-F, parents here,
21bs. hlth cert. 1st shots,
PLUS 1-F PUG, 10 wks.
$575 obo each. 661-3075
CHOCOLATE LABS, $500
Ea. AKC, Hith Cert. 1st
Shots, Much More
352-215-1930

COCKER SPANIELS, AKC,
7 wks old, taking dep.
2-F, 3-M, parents on
premises, hith cert. $400
813-966-7983; 886-3703
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


4* THE-COURIUER* 25

14801oDogs I
CORGI PUPS Cardigan
Welsh Corgi. Avail. from
$800 from top show
kennel. Check website
www.bancyfelin.com &
Call 352-583-4353
CORGI Welch Pembroke
Pups 2 males, 1 female,
vet checked, parents on
premises, $600.
863-853-2622.
DACHSHUND, Mini long
hair, 8 wks, AKC, champ
bidilns, DNA cert, 1st
shots, hith certs 3-M
$400/ea 352-843-499
DACHSHUND Puppies
AKC reg Black & Tan,
vet/ /, 1-3 mos, 1-6 mos.
Males. $250 ea 677-3485
or 813-417-0832
DOGUE DE BORDEAUX
PUPS FRENCH MASTIS
-M/F, Champ. bldlines,
ful hith guarantee 1st
shots. Ready 8/11. Now
taking dep $1000 -$1200
352-232-1135
ENGLISH BULL DOGS (2)
1-F 11/2 yr old, 1-M 5 yrs
old, must be sold as a
pair to a loving, uiet,
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.
$1200813-653-0000
ENGLISH BULL DOG/M
13 mos, Brndl/wht, reg.
w/ cage. Cute & wrinkly.
Moving must sell! $700
obo 813-986-3173

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

ENGLISH BULLDOG AKC
reg. pups, 1st shots, red
& white. 1F 2M's. Ready
to go Aug. rd. $1800
(863) 438-9708
ENGLISH SPRINGER
SPANIEL 2 pups left 12
Wks AKC $100 (863)
452-2086
FOXTERRIER, Toy, UKC, 6
mos, shots & neutered,
$406. RAt TERRIERS,
UKCI, 3 mos. $350 ea.
Call 813-757-0532
GERMAN SHEPHERD
AKC, Bi Boned Pups/
Adults, Rich Colors &
Blacks, family oriented.
$650 & up (941)809-6242
German Shepherd/Mali-
nois, Protection Dogs.
$1500ea; 1-yr fern. Ger-
man Shep/m. Dutch
Shep, $1000 ea. 941-322-
6082 or 941-232-3100
www.vonstorm.com
GERMAN SHEPHERD pups
AKC 9 wks, black & tan,
shots, wormed, health
cert. $500-$750
(863)858-9565
GERMAN SHEPHERD
PUPS. $265
Parents AKC. Call Pam
813-610-6837
GOLDEN Ret. Pups. Father
is Eng Cream, sired by
Aust. Gr. Ch. Ex lines,
$700-$1200. 1 yr.guar.
pictures 352-694-1568
Golden Retriever, ador-
able pups, 5 males born
5/27. Vetw/, 1st shots,
ready to go! $400 firm.
813-661-6613
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
highest quality
pedigree, light golden,
1000/ea or best offer
813-874-8333
Great Danes Harls,
Mantles, Merle, DOB
7/1/04, both parents
champs., ears cropped,
hlth cert. Taking
deposits. (813)949-0243
Half Rottweiler & Half
German Shepherd Pup-
pies. 7 wks, $60 for
worming & puppy shots.
Have parents. 920-4624
HAVANESEPOOS $400 & 1
Male Rat Terrior, Com-
ing soon Bichonpoos.
lic# po4066641
813-785-2273 247-2285
JACK RUSSELL PUPS, CKC
reg $300 M, $350 F, hith
cerrs, short hair, ready
7/27/04. Taking dep.
813-757-0373




SUPER



SAVERS


14111 Super Savers I
Bird cage 5' tall, black
cast iron w/ whils,
21x19" $250 754-9590
CHINA Cabinet Hutch,
Early America, $100,
813-754-4917
GRAVELY walk-behind
mower $250.
813-754-8785
STOVE, Kenmore electric
w/self cleaning oven
$100.752-1441
UTILITYTRAILER
5X8 $225.
813-754-8785








26 THE COURIER AUGUST 5,2004
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1480 Dogs | 14801 Dogs I
LAB Puppies AKC, health Rat Terrier Puppies, 1M,
certs, parentsonsite all 1Fm Adorable, UKC
colors, great tempera- Health Cert. To good
ment. $200-$500. homes $300-$350.
352-266-9574 727-686-9617
LAB PUPPIES, Chocolate RAT TERRIER PUPS, UKCI
AKC req.blockheads, all Beautiful. See pictures:
shots &wormed. Health www.mccartysrat
certificates. M & F. $350. terriers.com
813-363-3150 $325 & Up. 352-591-2271
LAB PUPS, AKC black & RATTERRIERS, 3M UKCI,
choc shots, wormed, 8wks old, unusual choc-
health c parents on late, brown & white &
site ready now. $300- black & white, $175 ea.
$406.813-833-5919 0 813-685-6040t
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots, ROTTWEILER PUPS
wormed, vet cert. Block German Champion Blood-
head, champ, bkgrd. lines, AKC, OFA & DNA.
Pedigrees. Parents/ Huge Block heads!
grandparents on site. $550.352-624-3787
$500 352-307-0772 SHIH TZU 2 female pup-
Lab Pups AKC, yellow Dies, CKC Reg. $400 ea.
fe, 1 black male, ready Pant City Cash only.
now email at amk- 813-545-8561.
usa@digitalexp.com or SHIN TZU PUPPIES, 2-M
call 1-850-971-5322. Blk/wh & 3-
LAB PUPS, AKC yellow brn/blk/wh, hith certs,
males, ready now. Hth parents on prem.
certs, all shots, champ $500/ea813-323-7422
lines parentsonremis- Silky Terriers, 18 wks,
es$250. 813-833-5919 AKC,F's, champ parents
LABPUPSYellor bk.Pure premises, shots, H/C8
bred. $250+ Pics at: puppy pK, warr, incl
eocities.com spay $00 firm. Also
/le owe/index.htm neutered AKC 2yr M &
813-948-8694 neutered 14 wk Mw/out
papers $500 ea. Lv msg
LABRADOR PUPPIES, 813-662-9195 P04047048
Yellow &Blk. 1 st shots & 58 4
AKC reg $400 ea ST BERNARD Puppies
Available- July 12th AKCReady8/27/04Tak-
813-781-9031 ing Deposits. 1 Female,
4 Males $1000
LABRADOR Pups, Choc. -a 813-948-0626'
CKC reg, hith certs, TAFFORDSHIRE BulTer-
parents on site, taking PST A v. B
dep. Ready 8/5. $350. rier Pupds, AKC ch'am
352-586-7594,344-2014 bloodlines, M & ,
$1000-$1,500. Serious
LABS-Chocolate, yellow, only, 813-754-6532
black, AKC, parents on ESE ke n
premises ready 8/09 WESTIE, Male, CKC,
Vet checked & shots health cert, cash, 650.
$350-$450 813-677-8456 Also Yorkie Mix, $350.
or 8 13-677-3739 www.preciouspups.net
or 813-677-3739 Brooksville(352)796-8355
LHASO APSO $500;
Papillon $700; YORKIE
Pomeranian $600, MALE 12 WEEKS OLD,
POODLE $45d ABSOLUTELYGADORABLE!
352-527-1171 $750.813-571-0313
MALTESE Puppy, lively, YORKIE & MALTESE. I
energetics1wkoldA w have both breeds. Some
male. Vet chkd. Up to tiny. $550 & Up.
date shots, housebrkn. 941-322-9563. Cash
Bright & beautiful. $500. Please.
Non Breeder.
813-994-7176 YORKIES 2 males, $350
PEKINGESE PUPS, CKC, 4/13h/04.Vete rs health
AKC, whites& many certs, 2nd shots
colors, family raised, 4 52-583-9414
photos now avail. $350- 583-9 14
Up.s 352-591-2271, YORKIES
PIT BULL PUPPIES BLUEa- Small babies, health
val 8/18 taking deposits certs, all shots, $550-
now. www.floridablue- $750.y(813) 368-7514
it pu ppies.com
(407)467-4318n ISl



brown redo black brindle, 4831Cats
PITBULL PUPPIES, Red tup twins wS
ADBA, 2 litters, ready to SkoAve. Ptpny





9ow,-5 Mb.sire, i0ame. 813-662-25
ll e, ar-1456 Lic#P04062440
chocolate hitean Kittens &CatS
brCKC 8 wksnred, blackest sho & ed, neutered some vac-
$400 & up. 813-935-2240. BALINEASE kittens




PITBULL PUPPIES, Red identical twinsered, 7 wkshot.
dep. Non sheed, brindle, fawn & old. Sold as set only.
brown, 3-F, 3-M, parents. $300.813-5664-4975623
AntonoL 813-294-1456
PUG Puppies AKC, fawn 14t goo Birds pay-
CKC 8 females, 1st shots &e, neutered somevac-
health certificates $400- cines (813) 963-6612MAAW
Po female$45 0 813-961-0291 Kittens
PUG PUPPIOODLES Standard Black To Goowheeled Homcage. Spay$2900ed
07/04. Taking depositsakng obo. 813-842-4960:

e$550 males, s$575 fe-ots
male th s.ea certso BLUE/GOLD MACAWS 5
813-645-6176 aft. yr male, y r female
vydx4x4.outyoor cage $4




RAT TERRIER 16 mos old, obo 813-767-7138 or
house broken, obeys 352-346-3122
commands, bonds w/ COCKATOO Umbrella, 5
failyvyood watc yrs old. unbelievable
dog. $100 813-264-6701 sweet & talks great.900
Turn to Classified you w/cage. 813-661-7745 or
can Bank on our Bargains 937-313-9419




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g IGarage, Yard
499 Sales, Etc.

BRANDON 1415 Lorea
Lane, Fri & Sat 8/6 & 7
10am-til ? Huge Yard
Sale lots of misc items
CORK, 3811 CORK RD Sat
8/7 8am-3pm, Multi
Family, misc household
& some furniture,
weather permitting.




DOVER, 3276 Sydney Do-
ver Rd, Thur Fri &Sat
8/5,6 & 7. TOOLS, Skill &
Table Saws, Lots of Misc
Items
PLANT CITY, 1501 Goth-
am Court, Behind Big
Lots, Thur, Fri & Sat, 8/5,
6 & 7. 6:30 AM-til ?7
Tools, Solar Lights, Bird
Cage and Lots More.
COLD DRINKS & HOME-
MADE FUDGE
PLANT CITY 3006 Chitty
Rd, Fri & Sat 8/6 & 7,8:00
am til ?. 3 family, FURNI-
TURE, Pool table, Baby
Items, and misc

STEPPIN' STONE
FARM, Rummage Sale,
Plant City, 103 East Bak-
er St. First Baptist
Church Singles Building.
Saturday 8/7 at 8-11Am


Farmer's Market
S IFruits &
500 Vegetables

PEANUTS, GREEN, Fresh
Daily bushel or/2bU. M-
Sun 8-5p, can order boiled
peanuts. 813.659.2652
813.477.6631813.781.7987
St. Martin Farms,
Highway 39 S. PlantCity
Florida. For gale Black
eye & Conk Peas &
Green Peanuts by the
bushel. Peas can be
shelled. 813-917-1756
1510I Farm Equip. I
'97 CUB 7194, 19HP DSL
tractor, 440hrs, 60" fnsh
mower, + blade, + trail-
er, great buy @ $10.5K.
813-731-2091
B8200 HST Kubota diesel
tractor. 60" belly mow-
er, 3pt hitch, exc cond.
$4500 obo
813-645-3700
COMPACTTRACTOR 2001
New Holland TC18 only
385 hrs, garaged, home
owner use only. Some
attchmts. Exc cond.
$7800. 813-927-1679 or
52-518-9721
FORD 1994 1720 Tractor
diesel, good condition.
Good small tractor for
mowing. $5900
813-752-9212
MASSEY 285, 82 HP,
$5000.
813-754-8785
WINDMILLS 6' windmill,
27' tower $1800 8
windmill, 27' tower
$2000 for sale $2,000
Firm, (352) 603-3630
1 Horses &
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
BUCKSKIN mare $1,000.
Red Roan mare, $1500.
Sorrel mare $800. Rop-
ing gelding, 15.3 & stout,
awesome blood line,
$2,500. (863) 602-8972
ADVERTISE IN CLASS 631
AND SEE YOUR VAN GO!


.' begin with advertising. Now is
the perfect time to plan a
Garage sale. The weather is
great and garage sale shoppers
are keeping their eyes on the
Classifieds for the best sales in
town. Put an ad in the
Classified section today and
you'll get results!

Garage
Sale Special
(Call for details.)

Plant City
Courier
S813
752-0712


525 Horses &
52 Livestock

AQHA PALOMINOS show
qual colts &filies, $3K &
up. Mares$1500 & up. All
outstanding horses w/
exc. bldlins. West sdls
$75 & up. 813-986-6909
PALAMINO PONY, I
golden mare, $1000.
GREY 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
HERD of Black Angus and
black/white face cows
calving now. Also black
Angus bull. Call:
850-878-2571 510-4854
Boer Goat, Male, 2 years
old. Very masculine.
Ready to breed.
Registered ABGA

15 y.o. Sorrel Gelding, 2D
barrel horse, great high-
school rodeo horsevery
quiet. $5000. 352-567-
3002 or 352-999-3160
BEEF CALVES FOR SALE
Weaned, On Feed,
Vaccinated, 3-8 mos old.
$300-$400 ea. Delivery
Avail 863-581-5322
15 yr old Walking horse
$1000. Ranch broke type
horse $1000. Sorrel
Mare, 15 yr old $800.
813-677-2054
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
Dairy Goats all $ benefits
Brandon FFA. Oberhasli
Does. Blk 2/2Reg. $200.2
Does 4 mo old. $ 50/each
obo 813-744-8120 x 405
COWS CROSS-BRED (15),
bred & gentle, lost leaf.
$550 each. Please call
(352) 745-1645

GOATS, MALES
$25.ea 813-737-3552
1527 Hay & Grain
Horse Quality Coastal
Hay-$39/Roll and
Cow Hay $31/Roll
Free Delivery. 10 Roll Min.
Call 352-267-3127
528 Saddles-
528 Togs & Tack
CROSBY XL 17in. w/cov-
er, stirrups & leathers.
Pristine, barely used.
$1400 Call Aimee
(813)228-7411 x2209
PESSOA GenX 16.5
English Saddle. Perfect
condition. $950 obo.
813-948-7965

550-599
Recreation

I 5 IMotor HomesI
560 RV's

24'1986 Establishment CL
C, all orig., low mi, runs
& looks great, all opt's
w/ generator Must see!
$5100 obo. 813-805-9136
24' 2000 Four Winds Ford
V-10, 24K mi self con-
tained, wood cabinets.
beautiful, Sleeps 6
$36,000 813-752-6655
When you read Classified
it's. HELLO...GOOD BUY!


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5601 Motor Homes
-6 .RV's

26' 2003 LEXINGTON Low
mi, DVD,tv, satellite, CD,
no smoking/pets.
Excellent condition.
$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.
813-920-99603244-9244
30' Excutive 1972 Top of
the line, self contained,
1500 amp gen, sleeps 6,
Dodge 440, EZ on gas.
$4256813-545-5416
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
32' 1995 Bounder Exc.
cond., new tires full aw-
nings, wrty avail. $30K +
1996 Saturn SL w/ tow
pkg. $4K. 813-677-2928
33' Winnebago 1998
Adventurer WQ, w/
slideout, leveling jacks,
thermopane. 15K, new
tires, extras. $52K
863-984-9758
34' 1994 BOUNDER, Low
Miles. Generator.2 TV's.
Jacks. Back Up Camera.
Queen Bed. $24.900.
352-583-4021
34FT Gulf Stream Sea
Hawk, 1996, 5to wneel
like brand new, music
see. $15 500 00B.
813-404-7200
35' 2001 DAMON
CHALLENGER, ext warr.
super siide. bank --vs. for
eng. c. cond. $48,000.
727 .12-9967
35' Allegro Bus, wide
body diesel, 1996
custom lay out many
extras. Diesel
generator, pwr center
steering, HWH auto
leveling, air suspension
& brakes. Back up TV,
auto sat. Much more!
$44,000 813-989-2108
35' Gulfstream 2000, 25%
below NADA, 2 slides,
completely equipped,
extended warranty.
Owner financing.
$60,000.941-730-5134 or
chitincorp@aol.com
35'WINNEBAGO 2000 Ad-
venturer, V10 eng, 2
slide-outs, ext warr,tow
pkg, brake-buddy, level-
ling jacks. 17K miles,
many extras. Must See!
$69.000 727-868-2258

45'Prevost Royale
1998 By Monaco Delroit
Series 60 ISS. Gorgeous
inside & out, too many
features to list, garaged.
Call for spec. sheets &
pictures. $375,000/OBO.
StPete 727-515-8995.
Campers &
15 2 Travel Trlrs
12' 1998 Starcraft Popup
w/slide, opens to 24,
sips 8, A/C, heat, refrig,
sink, stove, screen
room, awningexccond.
$3,950.813-988-4540.
22' Flagstaff 2000 Pop Up,
A/C, Fridge, micro, toi-
let, shower, 12' awning,
screen room, brakes.
$4995813-985-8205
24' 1999 Wilderness, Exc
cond fully equip, includ-
ing Oeese hitch, many
extras inci ueen bed,
$9,950.813-888-6011
24 ft JAYCO Pop-up
Camper sips 8, AC aw-
ning, stove, new fires,
arage kept, exc shape
93225obo.813-926-25i1
24' Jayco 2000 5th wheel,
loaded w/extras, exc.
cond., reciever incl.
$9500.813-390-1027
25' Shasta 5th wheel, very
nice & very well kept,
lights, Fridge A/C
Stove Clean! $4000
941-378-3829 .
25' w/4' slideout Cole-
man, 2002, bunkhouse,
AC, refrigerator, micro-
wave. Exc cond. $13,000
863-859-2171
27' 2003 Keystone Laredo
5th wheel, 1 slideout,
queen bed, sleeps 6,
barely used, fully
equipped, many extras.
$22, 500.813-685-4971 ,
28' 2001 Cardinal 5th'
wheel, 2 slides 16"tires,
refrig/ice maker, gar-
den, shower, $21,500.
863,382-3585. -
30' 1994 5th Wheel Fleet-
wood. Exc cond., must
sell. Asking $6260. No
slideout. Non-smoking
owner. 813-662-2273
DID FIDO, EXTEND THE
FAMILY? Place an ad in
class 480 and unleash
some of those pups! .


562I Campers &
.562 Travel Trlrs

30' 1998 Sunnybrook, su-
per slide, aluminum
structure, ducted A/C,
full awning, full shower.
$14,000.813-404-6005
30' SUNNYBROOK 1993,
alum frame, manyxtras,
exc cond. $7500.
813-779-7125
32' 89 Sportsman Travel
Trailer w/new air & heat
strip new tires, good
condition, $5000.
813-634-4323, 634-1189.
CAMPING MEMBERSHIP
"LIFETIME" Camp/Flor-
ida, USA / Canada
$8/night "Pull hook-
up!" Year round! Origi-
nally $3,695.00 Must sell
$59500.1-800-236.0327
Coleman 2000 POP UP -
Utah Camper like new
cond., sleeps 9 slideout
w/dining rm. $4500obo
Call 813-909-8089
COLEMAN'97 Niagara, ex
cond, scrn porch, new
tires & jack, sleeps 6
A/C, heat, fully loaded
$5,750. 684-0266
GIANT 2004 MODEL
CLEARANCE SALE! Na-
tions #1 Selling RV
Brands. Ask About
$5,000 Cash Rebate! GI-
NT RECREATION
WORLD-Melboume-
(800)700- 1021; Dayto-
na-(800)893 -2552; Or-
lando-(800)654-8475.
www.grwrv.com
2000 S&S Truck Camper,
11DB Fully Equip. A/C &
Gen. Like new. $12,500.
Call 813-948-0678
COLEMAN CHEYENNE
1999 Pop-Up camper
A/C, fridge screen
room, fron storage ar-
ea sleeps seven.
$4800.(813) 956-1202
(813) 779-7959

563 Accessories I

Roadmaster Tow Bar &
brake control, all
hardware, base plate.
$850.813-754-8533

I Recreational
564 Rental

NEW COLEMAN POPUP
Campers available for
rent. A/C, sink, stove,
frig. For reservations
cal Lynn 813-546-1827
1565 1 RV Storage
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 hr access,
bright night lighting &
wash area. From $35
813-968-4991;505-2803
580 Swimming I
580 Pools & Spas
A-1 SPAS
Hot Summer Deals!
2-3-5-8 PERSON SPAS
a3 SAVE$$$$T '
4 Person Spa $1,995
5PersonSpa $2,495
8 Person Save $2000
DlxSpa Covers $249
Ozonators $149
PARTS-SERVICE
9017 ADAMO DRIVE
SW Corner Hwy 301 & 60
9 813-623-99970I

AAA SPA $1300
Therapy Jets, Energy effi-
cient, 110V, Insulated
Cover, Warranty, New in
Crate. 813-657-8449
Hot tub- 4-5 person with
lounger. 5h shoulder,
back, hip & neck jets.
Cedar cabinet, under-
water light warranty.
Retails $4301, sac $1500
813-247-2892
HOT TUB, Divorce,
sacrifice, never used 71
therapy tub, 20ets 5hp.
Paid $3295. Sell $1350.
813-363-1475
HOT TUB Newseats 5,5hp
lots of jets, all digital,
blower ozone, party lite
waterfall, Cost $7K sacri-
fice $2500 813-966-2362

I MOVE SPAS
Sell/buyspas
Call (813)625-0165 24/7
JACUZZI 4 person, with
lounger, for sale. 5 yrs
old. Moved, must sell.
$1100 obo.
813-232-2118
Jacuzzi, seats 6, 6 jets
with cover &
thermostat, great cond,
used 3x, $1200.
813-727-9066
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.
.For Results -
Classified Ads


580 I Swimming-
SPools & Spas
SPA, 5-person w/lounger,
therapy jets, light, never
used, ful warranty.
i- $1,675
a' (813) 760-15719
SPA! HOT TUB! 4-5 Person
w/lounger *5HP* Shoul-
der, Back & Hip jets*Ce-
dar Cabinet* Underwa-
ter light* Warranty. Re-
tails $4295. Sacrifice
$1650. 1-888-545-9592
"727-480-0514
SPA/HOT TUB 5 Person
lounger, Shp. Loaded
with shoulder, hip back
& neck jets. Cabinet,
lights. Never used. War-
ranty. Retail $4300, Sac-
rifice $1595.
888-222-3809
SPA/HOT TUB
6 person portable w/ his
&her lounger. 5p, full
warranty. $1650
727.-858-5185
SPA! HOTTUB!
4-5 Person, Deluxe
Therapeutic Full
Warranty, Sacrifice
$1650 813-230-7782
SPA Leasure Bay 32-S-2 -
3 Person Spa w/water-
fall, fiber optic lights,
cover. Runs on 110 or
220. $2,200 OBO, (813)
948-2771
SPA. Must Sell.
7-Person Deluxe. Never
Used. Includes cover.
Will Deliver. Full War-
ranty. Can finance
W.A.C. Payments Under
$100 per Month. In a
SHurry? Call
800-980-7727.
SPA! Overstocked! New 7
person spa-Loaded! In-
cludes cover, delivery &
warranty. $2999, was
$5999 888-397-3529.

583 Vehicles

KAYAK
SALE
All In Stock Kayaks On
Sale 10-25% Off! Save
On Gear Also Nessmuks
Trading Post
813-986-0997
YAMAHA 2000 700XL Exc.
Cond. Perfect In/Out &
Running w/trailer.
$2999 obo. 813-833-4441

Kawasaki 1998 Waverun-
ner w/trailer, 1100VXi,
Fast! Exc. Cond. & Exc.
running. Must sacrifice
$2,950,813-205-6666
YAMAHA 1996 WAVE
RAIDER, runs perfectly.
Just had baby, must sel!
$1499.813-935-8898

1584 1Boats
12'JOHN BOAT trailer 2
HP motor, all 3 mos old.
$1500. Moving, must
sell. 727-452-4766 or
727-641-4903
14' 2000 Seadoo Sports-
ter 50MPH, Rotax eng.
135HP, Bimini top alum
trir, orig owner 60 hrs,
$8500 813-892-7099
16' Carolina Skiff 2001,
30HP Yamaha, ctr con-
sole, 2 live wells, bimini
top, low hrs, galv trIr,
$4750 obo 863-g44-1282
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, 40gtank, S/S prop,
$9,750 CO13-963-690
17' Key West, 85 Hp Yam.
Trlr, all 92, Moor. cover,
Duel Batt. Live Well, Bim
top, S/S Prop, Exc. Cond.
$5,500 obo 813-269-9917
17.4' '98 COBIA Flats, 90
hp Yamaha, w/trlr, L en-
co trim tab & mtrs, on-
brd computer 20 gal
bait well, cvr, mint condo.
$10K firm. 813-833-4441
18' 2002 PALM BEACH
Whitecap 181, 115hp
Yamaha, oiminitop exc.
cond. $9,500.
813-286-2223
18' VIP CC, 1994, 115 HP
Yamaha recently re-
built VHF FF, trailer, liv-
ewel), bikini, exc. cond,
$5900. Dan 813-997-9653
18.6' 1993 MONTERAY
3.0L I/B, Bowrider, 1999
Galv. trailer, good cond
$3250 obo. 813-390-4307

19' 1985 Bayliner 125hp
Force, Outboard Cuddy
cabin, runs good. $1250
813-817-2956
19'1990 Wellcraft Bowri-
der. 4.3L, V6 Mercruiser,
I/O, exc cond, w/newer
alum trailer, $6900.
813-788-6737 .788-7308
19' 1999 Pro Line Center
Console, 2002 150 Mere
EFI w/ low hrs, inci alum
trir,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
-CLASSIFIED
IS CONVENIENT


1584 | Boats I
19' 2001McKee Craft CC,
115hp Yamaha Out Brd,
ready for the water,
trailer included
813-653-9210 767-9293
19' HYDRA SPORTS Hydra
Skiff, 115hp Evinrude,
alum trir, jack plate, t-
motor, GPS/sonar, ex-
cellent condition!
$12,500. (813) 765-4349
19'SEA DART 1990 CC, OB
90 HP, runs great, exc in
& out, all electronics, 2
live wells, $3150.
813-902-9807 967-3062
19ft G-3 2003 aluim.
w/warr, 175 v/max
Yamaha motor guide
Brute, Lowrance.
$18,995+ tax
813.684.9547
20' 1989 HydraSports du-
al console. 1994 175HP
Yamaha, electronics,
bimini top rolls, alum
dual axle trailer, $8500
OBO. 813-684-8194
Please leave message
20' Fourwinds Cutty cab-
in, port a potty, elec-
tronics, runs great, new
trailer, $49 00 BO,
813-721-2321
20'Wellcraft runabout,
new 4.3 mercruiser,
80hrs, new gauges, ste-
reo, ship-snore radio,
fishfinder, $7000.
813-661-2813
20' YamahaJet Boat 2001
dual engines, 270HP, cd
player, 60+ MPH, inci
frier exc cond! $13,995
obo 813-679-7283
20FT Crestliner Pontoon,
50h evinrude, 2000,
unique w/extras. Incl.
Trailer. $9,000.
(813)719-1639 765-9750
21'Hydrasport sldkiff, 1997
150hp Evinrude, 671b
trolling mtr, CC, alum
dual axle drive-on trir.
$15,900 813-866-0621
21' SEA PRO 1998, center
console 175 Evinrude,
GPS chart plotter,
Furino depth finder
stereo, new oversized 1
top, cstm learning post
w/fish box, outriggers,
frontdodger new magic
tilt tandem trailer with
brakes. Boat kept inside
since new. Like new
with only 84 hrs. on hour
meter. $18,000.
813-920-2224. or
727-514-6148
21.5' Searay 215 Express,
2000, loaded, low hours
(160), ext warr 2006,
5.oL Merc cruiser, w/trlr
$19,500 (813)994-1759
22'Chris Craft, LIKE NEW!
Large cuddy, 225 hp, 10,
full camper, sink, wash
off head, low hours
$15,200. 813-973-8105
813-963-5500W
22' SeaRay Sundance,
Very Good Condition In-
cludes good Trailer,
$11,500813-215-2129
813-884-2812
22F 2000 Sting Ray, 350
Fl, Merc Cruiser, V8 10.
Too much to list.
$18,500.813-404-7200
23' 1999 GLASTRON Bow
Rider. 250hp I/O. Ulti-
mate ski/fish/family.
Per. cond. 250 hrs. Make
Offer, Must se11931-0752
23' DORADO SPORT Ulti-
mate fishing machine,
all extras, tower & T-
top & cover, morse elec.
up/down, huge bait-
well 01' 225 Yamaha
(813 935-4978
24' 1996 2440 ROBALO
cutty cabin, hard top,
loaded, twin mercy 150hp
OB, alum trailer. $30K
Must See! 813-714-4548
25' 1999 Sport-Craft WA
cuddy cabin, 5.7 EFI Bra-
vo Drive, low, low hrs,
stored out of water,
loaded!! Pristine! Fish &
Pleasure. Must sell
$28,000 813-689-6099
25' 2003 Boston Whaler
Con uest 250hp Mercu-
ry, 0sn finder, GPS &
mapping, live well all
options, ready to lish,
$56K 813-641-7229
25ft Wellcraft Sport fish-
erman. Cuddy cabin
1991 model with 2000
twin EFI Mercury en-
gines. Great shape.
Ready to fish. $27,500.
Call 352-347-4470
28'1986 Regal twin Chevy
sleeps 6, AC, stove,
refrig., icemaker bthrm,
shower must sell mov-
ing. $8250.813-663-8043
46.51999 Searay
450, Expridge
Asking$325,000obo.
813-247-2299
Largest Volume Pontoon
Dealer in Florida.
Nauticstar Bay Boats.
www.donsboating.com
813-677-1300
Boat Partner Wanted: 1
am looking for a partner
(1/4 ownership). Very
clean well maintained
25' Bayliner Trophy,
hardtop cudd cabin,
twin 175hp Mercury
Outboards with new
power heads. Boat kept
at Tampa Bayside Mari-
na (South Tampa).
Great for fishing or day
cruising with the family.
ONLY $5,000 equity in-
vestment. Email
twilson@sc-bank.com
CLASSIFIED
IS ACCESSIBLE


1584 | Boats I
MUST SELL 94 Team Off-
shore cuddy cab-
in/walk-around. 24Ft
with 175hp Evinrude o/b
(recent tune up) with
trailer. Asking $14K or
best offer. 813-918-1340.
(813) 918-1340
I Boat Slips -
585 1 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'r
813-684-9171
Carrollwood 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.
$800941-266-0903
1587 Sailboats I
26.5' HUNTER SLOOP,
9.9 Yamaha, 4 stroke,
remote control, VHF, DF,
micro, sip 6, $15K obo.
813-286-0299 727-0867
30' 1979 Catalina, excel-
lent condition many ex-
tras, $13,500 firm.
813-61-0629, 892-0111.

600-649
Transportation

IG Automotive
,I Services
EXPRESS LONG DIS-
TANCE MOVING to New
York, New England, & all
states in between. Cus-
tomer rated A+ Air rid(
trucks. Free estimates &
friendly service. Reloca-
tion Specialists. (Lic
SM 2 9 9 9 3 8
#MC299938)
1-800-941-3767.
PAINTERS Do you want
to make over$I lOOK-per
year? Must have lics. &
equipment Start imme-
diately Ask for Chris.
1-800-672-7114
Complete Automotive
Repairs, Engines, Trans-
missions, Best Prices.
George's Automotive
813-231-2333
Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
FRONT BUMPER, for
1991-1996 Corvette, GM,
new in box. $350
813-920-1663
JEEP 1992 Cherokee, 4x4,
w/'97 engine low mi.
new transom. front end
damage, $1250.
813-661-2813
TOYOTA 1992 COROLLA
forparts, good motor,
cold air, bad trans. $500
obo 813-661-0686
u1Utility
6" 1 I Trailers

2004 Haulm ark Low
Hauler, 14' Edge &
Interior Pkg. Used Once.
Tandem Axil, $5,950.
813-251-6738
4x6 '03 Continental Cargo
Enclosed Trailer w/Ful-
ton swivel jack, bought
new in '03, less than 5K
miles, asking $1275.
813-737-1441/546-4071
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
NEW-HvY dty-trailers.
2000 &35001b axles, new
15" tires PT floors 4'
ramp gate. 4x8 $570,5x8
$650, 5x10 $725, 5x10 2'
mesh side $825, 6x12 2'
mesh $975.
Other sizes avail 926-7662
Utility trailer, 5x8,
enclosed, all alum new
tires, exc cond $1250
obo. 813-879-2123 or
813-997-2449
Utlitiy Trailer 2004 4x8,
14001b Cap. Mesh
Gated Back, $450
813-655-8200
62O Trucks Light
629 Duty |
CHEVROLET 1995 Silvera-
do Z-71, 4x4 white
w/toolbox diamond
plate, 137k mi, new tires
& brakes, $7900.
813-376-9375
Chevy 1984 El Camino,
Perfect cond 85%
restored $5000
813-835-5365


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I 1 Trucks Lightl
"" Duty
Chevy 1991 Sonoma -
129k mi., 6cyl, 5spd, A/C,
$1850 of recent up-
grades all receipts.
2995 813-655-8200
CHEVY 2001 SILVERADO
LS ext cab V8, auto,
cruise, AC PW/PD, CD
bedliner tow 38K mi.
$15,900.813-929-8906
CHEVY 2001 Silverado Ext
cab, 6 cyl blue, $8900.
813-363-2863

CHEVY 2002 SILVERADO
LS 1 owner, extended
cab, 4drs, bedliner, CD,
alloy wheels all power,
$16,000 813-251-9771
CHEVY 2003 SILVERADO
1500 Z71, 4x4 11K miles,
extended cab, 4.8L en-
ine like new, extras,
$25,00 813-654-9033
DODGE 1994 DAKOTA,
longbed, new saddle
boxes, auto, A/C, 86K
mi. runs great. $3,600.
(813)918-2205
DODGE 1999 RAM 1500
Extcab,4WD,130K,PW,
auto, tow pkg, well main-
tained. Looks/runs great!
$7,800 813-924-5031
DODGE 2002 Ram 1500 ST
Regular Cab, Short
Base, 4x4 $12,000
404-376-6544
813-818-7663
Dodge 2003 Ram Hemi,
crew cab, black, 20"
wheels, loaded, tow
pkg, bed cover $20,000
813-907-1382; 299-6065
Dodge 2003 Ram 1500,
regular cab, 5 spd blue
6,500 miles, AC $13,700
813-245-7996 or'
245-8770
FORD 1993 F150 XLT, AC,
P/W, P/DL, AC, Wht 5.0,
auto, runs great $200.
813-960-8470

FORD 2000 F250 crew cab
super duty, 80,000 miles,
new tires, topper, tow-
ing package, one owner,
$11,500.813-417-1176.
FORD ?002 F150 Lightning
with 17.800 miles, Black.
6 months left on bumper
to bumper warranty,
$24,500.813-240-5583
FORD 2004 F150 Extra
cab, 4 door, XLT, V8,
auto, CD, 2800 mi., Grey/
Silver. $21,500. Poss.
trade. 863-619-8242
GMC 2000 Sonoma SLS
39k miles Excellent &
Well Maintained $7,200,
Cruise AT, A/C, CD,
813-642-0052
NISSAN 1995 PICKUP Ext.
Cab, XE V-6 Auto. 2 WD,
112k miles. $3,800 obo.
(813)238-4247

NISSAN 2001 Frontier
Crew Cab Fully loaded, 4
dr, 6 disc, Ithr V6 dark
bluegood cod $16,000
obo9T2-655-6762
im Trucks I
S | Heavy Duty
CHEVY 1993 KODIAK
DUMP TRUCK 34,000
GVW, heavy duty, 73K
mi, excellent condition.
$11,900.813-831-5530
FORD 2001 F250 XL Work
truck, V8, A/C, rack, lin-
er extended warranty,
50Ak mi, $11,800 obo
813-690-9911
FORD2001 F350 XL, power
stroke diesel, super du-
ty, 55K miles, extra cab,
flat bed, dually, 5spd,
$20,500 813-928-2521

630BI 4-Wheel I
30B Drive

Dodge 1988 Dekota air
au omatic, includes tool
box. Asking $1,800 obo.
(813)719-1639
or (813)765-9750
Jeep 1984 CJ7, auto, air,
hardtop, nice shape.
Asking $5,000.
(813)719-1639
or (813)765-9750
JEEP 1995 WRANGLER,
soft top, 100k mi, new
tires CD/AM/FM, good
cond, $7,000 obo
813-918-9544
Toyota 1994 X-kab, 4x4,
V-6, auto, AC, 112K mi,
new tires & tune up.
Runs great. $7800
813-240-8641
1631 | Vans |
CHEVY CONVER. HANDI-
CAP 1997 VAN Braun-
lift&tiedwns. Nearly
brand new custom
4000mi, White, Au-
to/pwr., 2WD V8
$16;500 (206) 949-1949
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. 114K
mi., loaded, power
everything. $5,500 OBO.
Call(3)98-6460
DODGE 1995 CARAVAN
Ice cold air 91K mi,
Asking $2400 OBO
813-986-0394
DODGE 1996
Handicapped Van pwr
ramp 39,995 ml, 4-cyl,
air P P/B $5800.

CLASSIFIED WORKS


16311 Vans I
DODGE 1999 Grand Cara
van SE 74k mi, exc cond,
white. Loaded. Asking
$7250 obo. 813-300-9206

DODGE 2002 GRAND
Caravan Sport, Loaded,
rear A/C, Quad seating,
great cond $12,500
813-927-5629
FORD 1997 E250, V8 en-
gine, automatic, good
condition A/C, runs
good, $5700 obo. Call
13-835-1588
FORD 1999 E-150 CON-
VERSION VAN 43K mi,
American Van Flagship
Pk WhiteTan Leather
TVVCP, Nintendo 64, 2
CD Stereos, $18,000,
Luxury -Must See! (813)
855-9585
FORD 2001 Windstar LX
dual AC, sliding DR's,
fully loaded, CD/cass.
extra clean, 59K mi.
$8290 813-514-1809
Ford 99 Windstar Cargo,
88K, exten. "new car
warr for the next 30K,
alarm, remote, PL/PW
nothing to spend except
oil & gas for next 30K,
$6,900,813-393-6651
HONDA 2002 ODYSSEY EX
18,300 mi, Lt Green,
Loaded, 6 Cyl $21,600
Low Miles, Excellent
Condition (813)
205-7427
OLDS 2001 SILHOUETTE
Premiere, 59K mi, ve
clean &well maintained,
VCR/DVD. $14,000.
813-477-6693
PLYMOUTH 1998 GRAND
VOYAGER SE, 3.0 V6, du-
al sliding doors, good
condition $5,200 obo.
Call 813-754-3472
TOYOTA 1999 SIENNA
VAN, 5 door, XLE, Black,
52K mi. $13,100.
(813)781-7958

TOYOTA 2001 SIENNA
XLE fully equip blk 60k
mi A/C Ithr, sn rf, Cass/
CD prem sys, exc cond
$17,000813-541-6195
Sport Utility
6321 Vehicles

BMW 2003 X5 4.6 IS 4WD
bik on blk, 27K mi., 1
owner, factory warran-
ty, Excellent Cond!
$58,500.727-409-6963
CHEVY 1993 S10 TAHOE
BLAZER LT full power,
auto, 2WD, leather, hwy
miles, exc. $2,950.
Call 727-505-9387
CHEVY 1998 BLAZER LS
6 cyl, 4 dr, 69k mi, full
pwr, exc cond $6,995
813-318-2921
CHEVY 1999 TAHOE IS, 2
door, 4x4, Black, 1
owner, totally loaded w/
84K mi. Asking $11,995.
Call (813)986-6454
Chevy 2000 Suburban,
4x4 blk, LT, fully loaded,
well maintained, all re-
cords $17 900 Call:
813-731-3141
CHEVY 2002 TAHOE LS,
37K mi, Pewter, perfect
condition $21,900.
813-244-7732 or
813-994-9584
DODGE 2003 Durango
SXT, V8, slv/black Itr,
CD, owr. wind. locks,
etc. 8K mi. $20,500. Days
875-8935; eves 231-8508
FORD 1998 Explorer Sport
bik,5 spd. pw, pialarm,
cruise, keyless, 67K mi.
very clean, runs great,
$57 0.727-278-7980
FORD 1999 EXPLORER
XLT, 67K mi, auto, roof
rack, running bds oood
cond. $92S50.
813-994-5849
FORD 2001 Expedition
XLT, all power, leather.
3rd seat, dual air, well
maint. $14,700.
813-215-8698
FORD 2002 Explorer XLS,4
Dr, auto, 33k mi, V6 tow
rf rack, secpwr, pwr, til, 7cd
wrnty 1 owner $16,900
813 67, 7017/928-7017
GMC 1994 Yukon V8,4WD.
Navy, limitedd wins, 2dr
roof rack ,tow pkg all
pwr, Alpine CD & chgr.
$5999 oo 813-685-5221
GMC 2000 JIMMY, blue,
4dr 4WD, goodcond ex-
cellent 'mechanics,
82,200 mi, ext 3yr warr.
S9000obo. 727-487-4328
GMC 2000 Jimmy, 4dr
TOW CAR Ramco dis-
connect Reese hitch
frame, all leather, CD, 4
new tires battery, very
well main 863-444-0545
GMC 2001 Yukon SLT,47K
mi., all leather, sunroof,
new tires, fully loaded,
$23,500.813-290-3054

HONDA 1998 CRV LX auto-
matic, blue, 4wd, 6CD,
109K mi. securiysys.
$6900.80-684-75y

HONDA 2003 PILOT EX,
AC, Ithr, all pwr, rare col-
or, extra access., very
clean int, must see! 38K
$24,000.813-785-5553

Hummer 2003 H2
LOADED with extras!
Peuter, 30k mi.
$39,900813-760-6161
Sel yourcamerainasnap
with an ad In class 4261!


NER, V-6, 4wd, SR5,new
tires 220k mi $4900 obo
813-503-6295
TOYOTA 1999 Forerunner
LTD, Desert Dune 4WD,
moon roof, tow pack-
age, garage kept. Exc
cond. 1 owner. $13,625
obo. 813-334-5157.
TOYOTA 2000 4Runner
SR5, loaded leather
interior, 63k miles,
$16,500.813-991-6960.

Toyota 2000 4RunnerSR5
sand dCr, all pwr, keyless,
tow pkg, 44K mi. Lease
buyout $19,800 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
633I Scooters&
Mopeds
Scooter Brand New 2004
49 cc 4-Stroke, 45+
mph, Elec Start, color
choices! Only $825
Going Fast! 407-617-0330
MOPED CLOSEOUT!
New in factory box. $525.
TSH-Qingqi brand,auto.
Call Sat &Sun 9am-lpm
only 813-245-3841
|6341 Go Carts I
GO CART Thunder Kart S-
600, 2 seater 5hp B&S
good condition. $550.
13-971-0187
1635 I Motorcycles
Harley 1993, Heritaqe,
BIk. ew eng. by Harey,.
exh, w. wals. chrome.
VGC. $11,500 obo
813-681-7915, 927-5712
Harley Davidson 1998 Dy-
na Lo Rider, exc cond,
9300 mi, custom whls,
chrome, xtra seat, bags
$11,200 813-495-3642
HARLEY 1998 HERITAGE
S springer, 1600 onr. mi,
like new, black, discon-
tinued model. $18,300.
727-688-1565
The KeyTo SAVINGS Start
Here in Classified!


Want Ads
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top.j$. Will picK
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
DIRT BIKES FOR SALE
YAMAHA 1989 80 $900;
2001 KTM 125 $2200
GARAGE KEPT!
813-355-7517
1636 | Golf Carts
GOLF CARS: 2000 Yamaha
1200.2001E-ZGo$1700
987 E-Z Go Gas 4
passenger $2200 Call for
details 1-800-571-1644
GOLF & CLUB CARS,
'99 EZ Go $1500.'89 Club
Car $900. '82 EZ Go $900.
'83 Yamaha (gas) $900.
OBO. 813-884-8557
16371ATVs I
HONDA 1986 FOURTRAX
250, Runs Great.
$1,400
(813)264-1747

YAMAHA 2003 Kodiak 450
42 hrs, 4 yr ext warr, ful-
ly automatic, ramp &
helmet incl. $6700.
813-779-8031

6401 Vehicls I

CASH FOR CARS TRUCKS
AND VANS RUNNING OR
NOT FREE TOWING,
QUICK REMOVAL
813-363-1874
VEHICLES WANTED!
CASH TODAY! Running
or not Cars Trucks &
Vans. Call 83-630-9201I
or 813-960-9150
WE BUY CARS, trucks,
tow trucks boats RVs.
CASH TODAY! Any cond!
Free removal. Top $$
Call 813-963-5508 ASAP


I 1 Sport Utility I 16351 Motorcycles |
Sj Vehicles IHarley 1999,1200 Custom
ISUZU 1999 RODEO LS au- Sportster, 2500 miles,
to, V6, CD cold air, $8,250
alarm sys., 78K mi, ex- 813-763-1273
cellent condition. $6500.
3 813-689-0462I HARLEY 2000 Road King
JEEP 1995 Cherokee 5400 mi. red, too many
Laredo, looks & runs extras to list, absolutely
good leather 200K mint cond! $18,500. Call
mi. $4000 813-650-0574 Tom @ 813-977-5923
HARLEY 2000 SPORTSTER
Jeep 1996 Cherokee, 4dr 1200 Custom,
168K mi, cold ac, runs Black/Chrome, lots of
great, well maint, Sony xtras, $8000.
am/fm. $2550 obo 813-758-2226
813-929-9201 Harley 2000 Sportster -
JEEP 1997 CHEROKEE 1200cc, GarageKept,ex-
SPORT, Green/Grey int, cellent condi ion many
auto, air, 90K mi runs extras. $870
great! $4500. 813-220-1653
813-973-4869 HARLEY DAVIDSON 2001
Jeep 1997 Grand Chero- CUSTOM DEUCE, Chis-
kee LTD, loaded, too Cruz Paint, chrome
much to list, mustsell evething,must see.
ASAP. $5500 OBO. $25,000oo 813-763-0420
Call (13)817-1656 Harley Davidson 2001
JEEP 1999 Grand Chero- Sportster 883, has less
kee, leather, 10 CD, full than 1600mi. Harley
power, 2 yr warr load- 1980 XLH1200, $11,500
ed exc cond 54K mi., for bothbut willself
$16,700.813-651-9942 separately. 813-626-1649
JEEP 2000 CHEROKEE Harley Davidson 2002
170,500 mi, Beige Road King Classic, 8900
Sports Utility Auto, 4 arage k pearl
WD, 6 C I.$.700. Must whife, perfect cond
See. (813) 621-3091 $17,900. 863-640-3509.
JEEP 2000 Grand Chero- HARLEY DAVIDSON 2003
kee, leather, A/C, PW FAT BOY Gun Metal,
PL, 75K mi. PerfecW 3600mi.,5yrwarrranty.
cond! $9,950 OBO. $2,5 00OBO.
813-882-4777 813-323-2836
Jeep 2001 Grand Chero- HONDA 1973 ST90, 90cc,
kee, Ltd Ed., 4x4, sunrf, $700.
Ithr intr, pwr seats, CD 6 813-996-4806
cyl 43K mi., exc. cond.
$16,950.813-625-8388 Classified-the most effi-
JEEP 2001 WRANGLER cient,effective, economi-
SPORT 58,000 mi, excel cal & user-friendly infor-
cond. Gray auto, Alloy mationsystem available
wheels, a new tires findtohe goodsand
CD Cruise control fin t egoodsand
14000 Must Go (813) services you need!
391-8271 HONDA 1980 CB750.
KIA 2004 SORRENTO EX Looks and runs good,
6,900 mi, Green, Leath- dependable, classic
er, Sunrf, Auto., AWD,
Tow pkg. 6 Cyl. All op- 13-650-8333 Lv mssg.
tions, Like new. $22K, HONDA 1987 1000 Hurri-
MustSell (813)684-2813 cane, grey, runs great,
LEXUS 2001 RX300 1 own- ries s all factory,
er, 19,100 mi.Alloptions, $1700813-645-3064;
leather & moon roof, 941-374-0211
chromewhls, fact wrrty HONDA 1994 SHADOW
6 yr/70k. $26,50 600, brand new, 15K mi.,
941-350-7544 $4 350
482432002 LIBERTY LTD, (813)685-9304
util 4dr RV'ers dream, HONDA 1997 SHADOW
auto, fully loaded V-6, ACE RETRO, 10K mi.,
3.7L, 4wd 28,55 mi, excellent condition.
white w/ grey Ithr, Blue $4,500
ox towing syst. w/tow 813-991-6960
bar wiredfor breakbud-
dy $16,999 727-434-6666 HONDA 1998 VALKYRIE,
16,700 miles, garage
Mitsubishi 1998 Montero kept, exc. condo 7,200.
Sport LS, only 29K mi' 813-267-8357
like new, garaged i
ownerstereo cd. $950 HONDA 2001 929 blk &
813-855-7515 yellow, 3K mi all stock,
runs excellent, owner's
NISSAN 1999 Pathfinder moving, $5 900 obo. Call
blk, auto, Ithr, sunroof, 813-963-00569a-9p
CD, 80K mi. Perfect
Condition. Must Sell. HONDA 2002 VTX retro
$9900.813-991-1762 model, 12K miles, well
maintained. $3500 in ex-
Nissan 2001 Pathfinder tras. Ext. wrrty. $7500.
SE, Silver leather, 813-655-4550
i owner,47K mi.
1 owner, 41K mi8,000 HONDA 2002 VTX Retro,
727-639-3930 approx 10k mi. Custom
paint, black w/blue
SUZUKI2000 Grand Vitara flames, totally loaded
4dr, 2 W/D auto, 2.5 V6, w/extras. $9200 obo.
loaded. 49k. Exc. cond. 813-810-1223.
Priced below book @
$6000 813-641-3800 HONDA 2003 Rebel 250,
excellent condition057k
TOYOTA 199S 4-RUN- mi,$2400.813-805-6D59


Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
BUICK 1973 RIVIERA, boat
tail, 455 engine, orig
owner. $3750.
813-961-0694,263-9070

BUICK 1978 Riviera runs
exc. 90% complete re-
stored. 51,561 mi. $8800
invested; sell $3000 obo.
352-344-8409
CADILLAC 1974 Fleet-
wood model big eng.,
501/492. 50,824 miles.
Exc engine, rough body.
$1200. 52-344-8409
Chevy 1962 Nova, 327/
350 white ext, red int,
MSD, Craiger, NOS
$10,000 obo 813-632-3063
jmbucsfan@aol.com pic
CHEVY 1994 Impala SS
Black, Exc. Cond. Load-
ed. New BF Tires, Tint,
Adult owned, $13 000
813-948-0674*610-0457
DODGE 1970
CHALLENGER 440
Magnum, show car
condition. $18K or make
offer. 352-588-5214
FORD 1965 GALAXIES
500XL V8 AT 2dr hard
top, wht, $5500obo. 50
others available. (863)
697-1319; (863) 763-6266
TRIUMPH TR6 1976 Re-
built Eng & Interior re-
wired White Red Int &
Top. Excellent Cond
$7500813-929-4475
WANTED: JAGUAR XKE/
XK Healey/ MGT/TR3/
MGA. Any condition.
Cash buyer will pick up.
(407)620-6295
6An I Automobiles
S For Sale
ACURA 1991 INTEGRA,
blown motor, many
xtras, best offer.
813-789-8056

ACURA 1998 3.5RL, silver
ext ivory Ithr int. 80K mi.
exc. cond. $13,000.
813-909-8083

ACURA 1999 3.2 TL, 48K
well maint mi, red w/blk
Ithr, moon rf, spoiler,
A/C Loaded w/ extras
$14,500 813-991-7628
ACURA 2002 TL TYPE-S
54,000 all 1-75 hwy, Very
Clean, perfect, loade
$18,999(941)232-166

AUDI 2001 ALLROAD 2.7
TURBO 53,000 mi, Light
Silver, Wagon, Auto.,
AWD, V6 2.7 liter turbo
Cyl. $26,500 Luxury
(941) 387-9259'
AUD12004S4 Like New! 7K
Miles, Dolphin Grey,
AWD,V8,34hp,6 spd+
Premium Pkg. $44,900
Call 813-995-0081
BMW 1983 3 Series white/
blue, Alpina suspension,
wheels, brakes, and in-
terior. Euro bumpers
and valances. 5 spd, 3.90
LSD. M50 Vanos engine
(6 cyl/190hp) AC, sun-
roof. Beautiful & reli-
able. Bought new toy.
Priced for quick sale.
$6800.813-994-4405
BMW 1995 3251, blue, 97K
mi. 5 spd. cold AC,
cruise, Ithr. sunrf, pw,
pdl, alarni, CD, runs per
fect, $6900.813-598-825
BMW 1995 7401L, white
with tan leather, 2nd
owner, extra clean,
brand new tires, $8,995.
813-232-2655
BMW 1997 M3, white, 2
door, new tires, spoiler,
5 speed, upgraded BMW
wheels.'. rage kept.
Excellent condition.
$13,850 obo. Priced to
sell. 813-334-5157.

BMW 1999 328is
red, M package, 66K mi.
$17,800 obo
813-948-3191
BMW 1999 7401L Blue,
Grey Int, Immaculate,
100 War'ty Garaged,
New tires 68K Miles,
$22,000.727-344-2337
BMW 2000 3231, Sports
pkg. 5 spd. too many
ex ras to list, 61.5K mi.
orient blue book maint.
$16,900 obo b13-363-3309
BMW 2000 Z3 Convert-
ible, Topaz Blue w/ Tan
Ithr, all power 5 spd,
61K mi., main. recs.,
new tires, great cond.
$19,000 obo. 727-638-8563
BMW 2001 330CI Sport
Pkg, Blue, 2dr, Auto., 6
Cyl.,43K $22,900, must
sell(813)310-5153

BMW 2003 5301, Sport/
Prem. pkg, phone new
tires, greyw/blk thr int
30k m Iv $38,500
813-752-6736 Iv msg
BUICK 1990 CENTURY, all
pwr,CD, 107K mi., runs &
looks great, brand new
air. very good condo.
$1,550. 813-254-6640
BUICK 1994 Custom Sky-
lark, 1 owner, 71K plus
miles, 4 door air radio
pw, 6cy. 3500 OBO
813-752-4485
BUICK2002 RENDEZVOUS
luxery pkg, 21K mi., side
air bags, 3rd row seat-
ing, Peuter w/Grey Ithr.
$18,500.727-846-1762
Check out class 418
for cool deals on A/C's


I Automobiles
649 For Sale

Cadillac 1988 DeVille,
excellent condition, new
tires & battery brakes
$975. Call 813-558-0089
or 813-932-1733
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 1996 Sedan
DeVille, pearl white, tan
leather, fully loaded, exc
cond, 115K mi. $5400
727-869-5161
CADILLAC 1999 ELDORA-
DO, pewter, leather,
loaded, 27,125 actual
miles, beautiful car,
$18,500.813-963-2241
CADILLAC 2001 DeVille
Northstar, leather, On
Star, 85Kmi. Garaged
kept. 1 owner. $17,900
813-633-7239
CHEVY 1981 ELCAMINO,
new trans & tires. $700.
813-368-2799

CHEVY 1984 CORVETTE
w/'92 body kit $3800
firm.813-681-7115

CHEVY 1997 CAVALIER
2dr, blk, 4 cyl, auto,
sunrf, CD, satellite sys-
tem ready.60Kmi.$4,00
OBO 813-643-5553
CHEVY 1997 LUMINA, 4
door, looks & runs great
air,ps,pb, CD/Cass, 60K
mi. $4,500 OBO.
Calf(727)539-8330
CHEVY 2000 Cavalier,
Exc. cond. cold AC, new
brakes & tires, $4500
obo. 813-754-0680

CHEVY 2000 CORVETTE
20k mi, Wht/Red, Cou-
pe, AT. $28k, Ext War,
orvetteWave.cori
(727) 372-2256
Chevy 2000 Impala, fully
loaded, $15,000 obo,
813-495-5730

Chevy 2001 Cavalier, 4
door, auto, AC, AM/FM
CD one owner 18k
727-376-8549. 6750
CHEVY 2002 Cavalier Z24,
17k mi, sunrf, all pow-
er,alloy wheels, very
clean. $9000 obo
813-299-7318
CHEVY 2002 MONTE CAR-
LO. Navy blue, loaded,
low miles, must sell.
$12.900 obo. Englewood
(941) 475-5299
Chevy 2003 Malibu, 7K
mi., auto, 4dr, all power,
cruise control, AC, CD,
factory warranty,
$7,950,813-380-4119
CHEVY 2004 MONTE CAR-
LOSS Super Charge un-
der 500 mi, comp yellow
& silver, loaded w/lthr,
XM OnStar, official
NASCAR pace car, only
$28900obo 813-389-4494
CHRYSLER 1996 TOWN &
COUNTRY LXI, needs
transmission, looks
good. 115K mi $2000
obo. 813-817-4644
CHRYSLER 1999 LHS, Full
Power, Moonroof, 78K
Mi. Great Ride, Needs
AC Work $6900
813-968-9676
CHRYSLER 1999 LHSNew
tires, brakes & belts.
White, Ithr, CD, abs,
huge trunk, loaded!
63Kmi $8000 684-0266
CHRYSLER 2003 Concord
LXI, 25K mi. Prime cond.
Balance fact warranty
Below retail $14,500.
813-935-9119
CORVETTE 1991 Many
new parts, low miles,
glass top.1K
813-929-0633
CORVETTE 1996 Coupe,
Wht/Gray Ithr, 85K mi,
auto, new tires, A/C,
very good cond $14,900.
13-766-0707
CORVETTE 1998. auto
torch red/black -Ithr'
new Z06 chrome whis /
tires, exc cond, Borla SS
exh. adult owned, 73K
mi. all options, $2t500.
813-991-5683
515-707-2807
Corvette Coupe 2003, 27K
mi, auto torch red, 1
owner, adult non smok-
er. PERFECY! $31,500
813-917-5332
DODGE 1995 GRAND CAR-
AVAN Good condition,
well maintained. 3.8L 6
cyl, leather, great
sound. $1,950 obo. (813)
254-8176
DODGE 2002 GRAND
Caravan EX all pwr, exc
cond, fully loaded, 1 yr
mfgr warr. 30K mi.
$15,988.813-984-7388
DODGE 2003 STRATUS
SXT, 20K mi., 5 speed,
A/C, CD, sunroof, alloy,
fact ry warranty.
$9,800 OBO. 813-404-7200
FORD 1986 MUSTANG GT,
4-spd, 115K mi 5.0, P/W,
P/DL, AC, Bk. 200.
813-460-8470

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VW Bugs that is! Place
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I Automobiles
649 For Sale

FORD 1990 MUSTANG
5.0 LX, Used To Be Hwy
Patrol Car, $2495 obo.
813-624-8881

FORD 1993 ESCORT 2dr, 5
spd, black, decent. First
$750080
813-629-1089
FORD 1998 GT New cran-
berry paint Convertible
4.65Speed 18" BlackSa-
leen Wheels, Roll Bar.
Leather, Cobra hood
9700 Miles 813-310-0808
$9000 obo
FORD 2000 Mustang 6 cyl,
auto, low mileage, Ithr
seats, AM/FM CD, tint-
ed, mag whs, exc cond.
$9995.813-493-0700
FORD 2002 FOCUS ZTS,
blkw/grey Ithr int, auto,
CD all pwr, 37k mi runs
& fooks like new $9750
obo 813-855-6505
FORD 2004 Taurus SES,
Ithr. CD, keyless remote,
7K mi, auto, all power,
$17,500, 813-908-3153

HONDA 1995 ACCORD,
Gold, AC, 117K miles,
new exhaust, tires &
brakes. $3995.
813-546-9188
HONDA 1995 CIVIC DX,
5-spd 124K mi, new
rims, fires, Red, AC, CD,
allpwr, exc cond $3499.
813-93-2430 after 5pm
HONDA 1995 Civic EX, 5
spd, 109k mi, moon roof
all power controls 4
door $3900 ooo.
813-380-8998,888-8998.
HONDA 1996 ACCORD
EXV-6, lthr int, CD,sn rf
102k mi; needs work, buf
runs perf $5500 obo
813-662-5886

HONDA 1997 Accord Ex, 5
spd, 1 owner, AC new
tires & brakes. m5500
813-920-7922
or 813-785-9299
HONDA 1997 ACCORD SE
4 dr, auto, Ithr, pwr
moonroof, a/c, cd &
more! Exc cond. 76k mi,
$7800 obo 813-891-6456
HONDA 1999 ACCORD, 2
dr, red, nice rims, CD
Ch, 58k mi. A/C
PW/PL, V-Tech, $8901
813-404-71M8
HONDA2001 Accord, 2DR,
EX-VL, V6 loaded, Ithr,
sunrf. in-dash 6 disc CD
chgr& home link 27.7K
mi. $16,900.813-684-5654
HONDA 2002 CIVIC EX,
2dr, silver coupe, 52K
mi, exc condo, pwr win,
abs, sunrf, fresh tires.
$11,500. 81-961-8700
HYUNDAI 1997 Sonata GL,
good condition, $3,300.

813-968-8716
HYUNDAI 2000 Tiburon 5
speed, CD player, sun-
roof, rear spoiler, full
power, 48K mi. $7500
obo 813-817-8005
INFINITI 2003 G35 17,500
mi Black Sedan, Auto.,
2 WD, V6 Cyl. VIN#:
JNKCV51373M309904
$31,000 (813) 973-3339
JAGUAR 1995)XJ6, excel-
lent condition always
garaged new Michelins,
midnight blue, 87k mi.
$7000 obo 813-654-9314.
JAGUAR 2000 S-TYPE, V8
chrome sport whls, whl
midgs, rocker panels,
rear spoiler, 41K mi. Orie
$60K. 1 Owner. $24,900-
813-962-3936
JAGUAR 2004 XType, 3.0,
12k mi, black, automat-
ic, sunroof, exc cond.
50k mi warr, owner mov-
ing, must sell. $28,500.
813-223-5858.

JAGUAR-94XJ6 Wanted-
parts.
813-340-5040

KIA 2003 SPECTRA My
Loss Your Gain! 23k mi,
silver, AM/FM cd, war-
ranty. $2k under retail
$6495 obo 813-417-4774
Lexus 1993 SC300,93K mi,
heated Ithr seats per-
fect cond. inside & out.
Loaded wall pwr opts.
$8500.813-758-1207
LEXUS 1994 SC300 2 Dr
Cpe, BIk/Tan Ithr, 160K
mi, full pwr, exc condo
$4,999.813-620-3477

LEXUS 1996 ES300
V6 Automatic, Gold,
Fufly Loaded, 113K Mi,
Great Condition Asking
$8,700.813-294-4275
LEXUS 1998 ES300 4dr,
white, sunrf, fully
equipped. Must see to
appreciate! Sacrifice
$7900. TNC: 885-9624

LEXUS 1999 ES300, V6, 4
dr, all power, sunroof,
Ithr alarm, CD chgr. 65K
mi. Very nice $14,900.
813-657-0441- 625-3716
LINCOLN 1994 Continen-
tal, 1 owner, garage
kept, looks & runs like
new, dark green w/tan
Int. $4,400. Call "Tee
Carts" 813-995-9020
LINCOLN 1997 Continen-
tal, 100K mi, Exc. Cond.,
everything works, Al-
mons like new, $4900
OBO. 813-634-2592
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649 Automobiles | I6491 Automobiles
For Sale II For Sale
Lincoln 1998 Continental- NISSAN 1997 Maxima V6,
Loaded 86k mi, exc auto, all power AC, new
cond & maintained, tires, braes, 54k miles
Excellent buy! $7500. dark green, $7000. Call
813-969-0967 625-3794 813-903-0448Ive msg.
LINCOLN 1999 Towncar, Nissan 2002 Altima 2.5SL
Sig. Ser. touring pkg, Sedan 4dr-Classy! auto,
loaded, 70K mi. silver, 50Kmi., brandnewtires,
alloy whls. $10,900. leather int. $14,000.
813-961-4692* 787-5103 727-460-6408
MAZDA 1993 MX-3 New NISSAN 2002 XTerra Fully
tires, Brakes and AC. loaded AC, CD alarm
Manual. CD. Runs Great sys 37k mi., ext wrrty.
1500 obo 813-792-0895 $17,000 o0o.
Ryan. 813-234-1953
MAZDA 1993 MX6 V6, NISSAN 2003 350Z coupe,
130k, new engine, red V6, auto, sports shifter,
manual, must see. All copper cr, Bose stereo
power. $2600 obo. thr, like new $23,500
813-786-0877 obo. 813-842-5271
MAZDA 1993 RX7, Red, OLDS 1984 REGENCY 98 -
37k mi on new eng, 96k V8 $1.400.00.
mi on chassis, custom 813.414.9472 or
modified down pipes, 813.244.1257
installed turbo timers,
garage kept, mint cond.
books like showroom, Olds 1994 Cutlass Su-
Runs perfect. $20,100 preme SL (rare find) 1
firm. Call 941-773-2862. owner 45k loaded w/
MAZDA 1999 626-Like thr allrecords exc condo
new! 4drs, auto all pwr, n-smkr 813-988-0123
CD, neow tires &obrakes.r OLDSMOBILE 1988 Ninety
I owner, non sm e Eight, Ithr, New tires &
$7,500.813-979-2476 trans AM/FM/cass,
Mercedes 1979 300 cd, sil- P/W, P/L, 148K mi. $150d
ver/blue, new eng, new obo. 813-654-7662
trans. warranty new
tires, $5000. Oldsmobile 1997 Cutlass
813-288-8779. Supreme all power
leather, 54K mi, well
MERCEDES 1981 380SL, maintained. $4700 obo
garage kept, great 813-984-7388
cond., maint. records
avail., Cinnamon paint PONTIAC 1992 FIREBIRD,
w/ Tan Ilthr intr, custom V6 auto, AC, runs exc.
Silver trim new tires, $1500 obo. 813-780-9238
hard & soft top, in exc. after 6pm
cond. w/hand crank cold
A/C, 102K mi. $12,000
obo.C813-361-1325 PONTIAC 1999 GRAND
MERCEDES-BENZ 1986 RIXGT,3.8it2dr gold
300 E 90k mi, Silver/Ma- w/blkint, 56k mi, exc
roon Int, Sedan, 6 Cyl. cond $7950
Auto, SunoroofNewtires 813-962-1050
See(27Ba 53442 Must PONTIAC 1999 TRANSAM
see(72 -884 excellent condition, 38K
MERCEDES 1986 SEL 560 miles, $16,900 New Port
SACRIFICELowmiles, sn Richey. Please call:
rf, telephone, lthr, needs a (618)580-11693
TLC. Rich 813-232-4732
PONTIAC 2001 GRAND AM
MERCEDES 1987 560SL 73A,000 miSilver 2dr
Roadster, drk grey, 83Kd Auto v6 Ram Air GT:
2 owner, perf. cone Loaded Exc Cond,
$15,000 obo254-35 $8,500 (321) 689-7104
813-254-3599
MERCEDES 1991 300TE PORSCHE2000Boxster-S,
Wagon. Rare car! BIk w/ white/tan, 27k migsport
tan, exc. cond., 3rd seat, pkg, 18infact wheels,
gar. kept, 155K mi. cd, exccond.Origowner
$8300.813-963-1294 $34,950 (813)787-7711
MERCEDES 1992 300SL, PORSCHE 2004 911 C4
Red, both tops, 51K mi., cabriolet, seal grey, 2dr
like new. convertible, 6spd, load-
$17,500 ed, 4,800 miles, asking
Call (8133251-6342 $85,960.813-918-5488
MERCEDES 1992 500SL SATURN1999SW2Wagon
convertiblew/.twotops, Loaded, 31 mpg, Tint,
42K mi like new, NewTires&Brakes,Low
$22,500.727-688-1565 Miles Like New,
$5,995 *813-986-4011
MERCEDES 1999 S420,
Exc. cond., new tires, re- SATURN 2000 LSI 4dr
cent full service, rides silver,27kmi, mintcond,
like new, $24,300 obo. auto, PW, PDL, CD Key-
727-235-2136 less spoiler $7400
813-20-2502
MERCEDES 2001 E420 -
Sport,white parchment TOYOTA 1988 CAMRY
interior, 63K miles 121K mi, good condition.
books, immaculate! Asking $2000 OBO
$29,906 813-842-4853 813-986-0394
MERCEDES 2002 C230 TOYOTA 1990 Camr DX
COUPE, silver, 30K 86k mi, auto, PW/PD,
miles, still under war- cruise, garage kept. Per-
ranty8$17,500. Call: fect condit on. $3200.
863-8 6-531 813-654-8589
MERCEDES 2002 5500,
White/Camel Ithr, fully TOYOTA 1994 CAMRY LE
loaded, 100K mi warr 4dr, V6, good condition,
41,000 mi. Exc cond runs well, 135K miles.
$51,500.813-508-5088 $2499 obo. 813-839-8521
Mercury 1996 Cougar XR7
Coupe, 1 owner, N/S, all Toyota 1996 Celica hatch-
power, leather, Excel- back classic, great condo
lent 75K, $3,990, sunroof, auto, great a/c.
813-754-7892 Not too many around!
MERCURY 1996 COUGAR $4995813-361-9622
$2000. 73K mi., looks Toyota 1997 Tercel, 41
great runs great. mpg wonderful car,
813-973-3126 93.8K mi 1 owner, white
new tires. $3795
MITSUBISHI 1998 Eclipse 813-503-7247
GS Sspd, 43K, teal, Ithr,
power window/mirror TOYOTA 1999 CAMRY LE,
moonrf, AM/FM/CD auto, p/w, sunroof,
$7700obo813-263-9434 spoiler, extra clean,
great as mileage,
Mitsubishi 1998 Eclipse $7,995. 813-931-9687
RS, Fast & Furious, ront
air bag, HIFI stereo, VOLVO 1989 240 DL 150k
rims, good cond $5000 mi, 4 cylinder, automat-
813-493-0207 ic, good cond, $1500
MITSUBISHI 1998 813-389-0881
ECLIPSE Spyder Conv. VOLVO 1994 Wagon, 3
GST, turbo, 5-sd old sunrf, ste-
manual, 63K mi Whf seated -
/BIk tGra It'hr int, reo, auto, AC. Low mile-
sec AM Dcass age. 2990. Must sell.
chrome rims, $9900. 813-854-5006
813-884-6117 VOLVO 2001 C70 convert-
MITSUBISHI 1999 3000GT ible, white/tan leather,
Only 48,000 miles!! New 30,500 miles, non smok-
Tires, Fully Loaded er exc condition,
Pearl Wht/Blk Lthr In $2b,500.813-353-0788
$14,999 813-205-8721 VW 2000 BEATLE A/C
NISSAN 1991 NX, needs AM/FM/Cass runs
starter $350. great, nice cond, $8000
813-546-5289 obo 813-235-9290
NISSAN 1995 ALTIMA VW 2001 NEW PASSAT

NISSAN 1995 ALTIMA
GXFchampwhtan, mint cond. VW 2002 Beetle GLS Au-
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2% O 813-963-3901 $warr.813-655-3921 $12.9
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leather, sunroof, runs to AC, CD changer, Ithr.
great, $3900 PW, PDL, Exc. cond.
813-363-3901 $14000'0 obo.
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spd 30mpg, AC, CD, VW 2002 PASSAT, 36,600
spoiler, alloy wheels miles, Fresno green, still
109K exc condo. $3700 under manufacturer
obo. 813-817-6615 warranty $16,000 obo.
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104K mi., good condi- W 7 t... d
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