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THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 2004 SERVING PLAN I .-, 1, FLORIDA


EDUCATION SPOTLIGHT



NEWS Wilder Shares Passion For Agriculture


A mailer from Florida
House of Representa-
tives candidate Rich
Glorioso has angered
some in the opposing
camps.
M. 13


TATTOOS


City Limits Tattoos
opens just two blocks
west of, you guessed
it, the city limits.
PAGE 16


When it comes to
storms, listen to
those who know.
PAGE 8


INDEX


CALENDAR
PAGE 3


CLASSIFIED
PAGE 21

CROSSWORD
PAGE 11
FAMILY LIVING
PAGE 8

OPINION
PAGE 6

SPORTS
PAGE 19

WORSHIP
PAGE 11


IN THE TRBUNE
Here's a preview of
what you'll find in
The Tampa Tribune's
Plant City section
Saturday:
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'TEACHES LOVE
FOR THE LAND'
Editor's note: This is the first in a
four-part series that profiles the
Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce's 2004 Salute to Agricul-
ture award winners.
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
One fall day, under the tower-
ing longleaf pines of the Capital
Museum State Park in Perry, the
suspense builds.
FFA forestry teams from
around Florida that have just fin-
ished competing in the state con-
test wait anxiously as officials
hand out white, red and blue rib-
bons to the winners of each of
several categories ranging from
compass use to tree identifica-
tion. It isn't -until the last
moment, when all those ribbons
are awarded, that officials anno-
unce the overall winner.
Teams from Plant City High
School have watched that sce-
nario play out many times in the
school's 30-year history. Six
times, their jubilant cheers filled
the forest as they walked away
champs and went on to the
national competition.
But Bob Wilder, an agriculture
teacher and FFA forestry coach at
the school for 20 years, reminds
his students they're a success
whatever the result.
"Mi. Wilder wanted to see us
win because he knew how much
it meant to us," said Erica Der, a
Plant City High graduate who led
the school's FFA chapter and
competed on the forestry team in
2000 when the team reached
fourth in the state. "But more
than that he wanted us to learn.
For him, it was more about learn-
ing and growing and gaining a
better understanding of forestry
and agriculture, and you saw that


TONY MARRERO/Staffphotc
Bob Wilder talks about safety during a freshman agriculture class at Plant City High School. On this day
after heavy rains, the class stayed inside, but often they head outside to the school's land laboratory to get
hands-on experience.


in his everyday actions."
For his dedication to students
that spans nearly 30 years, the
Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce gave Wilder its Ag
Educator of the Year award at its
Salute to Agriculture breakfast
held Aug. 11.
"I would put him with the top
three or four agribusiness teach-
ers in Hillsborough County," said
Jim Jeffries, the school district's
supervisor of agricultural
business education. "He's


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when Plant City's Church On The Rock members Jimmy Morgan, left,
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repair their Punta Gorda home. Church members are ,, -.:'. .-
their time to help victims of Hurricane Charley recover from the
devastating storm.


balanced in what I call the three
main areas: There's the class-
room instruction, then the
instruction in the land labora-
tory, and then working with
members of the FFA. He's just
superb in all those areas."
Wilder, who said he found his
career by "accident," passes the
credit on to his students and the
parents who raise them.
"Our kids are already moti-
vated when the come here,"
Wilder said last week before


heading to his next class. "They
come from a situation where the
parents have given them respon-
sibility and you can see that in
the kids. They have a tremendous
work ethic."

Electrician to ag teacher
The Wilder clan is one of Plant
City's pioneer families. Bob Wild-
er's grandparents raised cattle
and citrus on a farm in Knights
See TEACH, Page 2


SURVIVING THE STORM

-. Local Organizations



-..1 Offer Hurricane Relief
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FINANCIAL, MATERIAL
DONATIONS ACCEPTED
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Plant City area businesses,
churches and service organiza-
tions are working hard to send
relief to the victims of Hurricane
Charley.
It only took a few phone calls
to reveal a number of efforts
underway in the area:
o The Church On The Rock,
301 E. Alsobrook St., a member
of the Shiloh Baptist Associa-
tion, is asking for donations and


relief items to be forwarded to
the Punta Gorda area.
Church office hours are Mon-
day through Friday from 8-a.m.
to 4 p.m. Items requested are 12-
16 ounce bottles of water, can
goods, can openers, paper tow-
els, batteries, wipes, hand sani-
tizers, bug spray, repellent,
coolers, ice, gas cans, tree saws,
chain saws, expanding foam
sealant and 10- and 20-foot
square canvas and plastic tarps.
Volunteers are asked to sign
up and travel to Punta Gorda on
Aug. 20 and Aug. 21 to set up a
relief base camp at the First
Baptist Church of Punta Gorda.
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the October harvest season when traveling farm workers will fill
the camp, and many others in eastern Hillsborough County, and
remain active until June.


TEACH
Continued From Page 1
Station, just north of the city.
Wilder was born and raised
in Plant City, living on Warnell
Street until the fifth grade. His
father, an Army Corps officer,
met his mother in Australia
and the family returned to live
there for a time. His father
worked as an electrical engi-
neer with Tampa Electric Co.
After Wilder graduated from
the University of Florida .he
worked as an electrician, but
the building bust in the mid-
1970s took its toll on the trades
and jobs dried up.
A friend, John St. Martin,
recommended he take a
position substitute teaching
for Oscar Lastinger's agricul-
ture class at PCHS. Wilder fin-
ished the year.
"I discovered by accident
that I loved what I was doing,"
he said. He went back to UF to
earn his teaching certificate
and began full time at McLane
Middle School in Brandon. He
went on to work at Turkey
Creek Middle, where he was
heavily influenced by col-
league John Altheizer, and he
credits St. Martin andAltheizer
for their guidance and contri-
bution to his own teaching
style.
After a stint at Brandon
High, Wilder came to Plant
City High in 1985.


He remembers fondly when,
very early in his career, he
helped ninth-graders grow a
vegetable garden.
"The kids got a lot of enjoy-
ment out of that," he recalled.
Wilder, 57, has taught agri-
business courses in most agri-
business fields, but his
specialties include forestry
and natural resources, agribu-
siness cooperative education,
and plant and animal produc-
tion.
He has trained numerous
FFA judging teams, and some
of those teams have won state
FFA judging contests in for-
estry and vegetables. He fre-
quently supervises the
construction of FFA chapter
educational exhibits, includ-
ing exhibits the Plant City
High FFA chapters enter in the
Florida Strawberry Festival
each year.
During the school day at
Plant City, Wilder and his
classes spend much time not
in his portable classroom but
behind it in the school's land
laboratory, where students
can get hands on experiences
ranging from raising cattle to
growing strawberries.

Passion for forestry
But his passion for forestry,
and passing that passion on to


Migrant Advocate Follows His Heart


MIKE WILSON HOPES

SMALL EFFORTS MAKE

LARGE CHANGES
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Mike Wilson took a long
and winding road to become
an advocate for improved
conditions in the migrant
farm communities in and
around Plant City.
It was acts of God in the
form of sinkholes, he said, that
brought him here.
"I knew that I wanted to


students, tops it all, Wilder
said. They learn how to use a
compass and a map, to iden-
tify trees and the insects and
diseases that affect them, and
how to use the other tools and
equipment that are invaluable
among the oaks and pines.
Those who share his passion
wind up on the FFA's forestry
team. He coached the team
that made it to seventh in the
nation, its highest place, and
in 1998 the team took 11th
place at the national contest.
Again, Wilder deflects
praise.
"Really as coach there is
very little I do. The kids do the
preparation and the hard
work," he said.
Former student Der, who
met Wilder when she was an
eighth-grader exhibiting at the
Strawberry Festival, said his
influence goes beyond blue
ribbons.
"He teaches a real love and
appreciation for the land and
the people who farm it and
who make their living from it,"
Der said. "He really under-
stands that the future of the
agriculture industry lies in the
students, and gives so much of
himself to try to understand
what in agriculture might
interest us, then builds upon
that."


help the less
fortunate peo-
ple in this
world," Wilson
said. "I just did-
n't know what
road I should
take."


Wilson


A few weeks
ago, Wilson, who is a deacon
at St. Clement Catholic Church
in Plant City, delivered 200
bags of clean new and used
clothes to the farm-working
families at the Mission at San
Jose in Dover. Last fall, he
helped deliver 530 pairs of
.new shoes to children of


"He was just consistently
there as an adivser," said 1997
Plant City High graduate Chris
Vitelli, who was a member of
the forestry team and served
as an FFA state and national
officer. "He was always willing
to help and provide and input
and support."
Ray Clark, who heads Plant
City High's agriculture depart-
ment and who has known
Wilder for some 30 years,
agrees.
"He does a lot of counseling
with students to get them on
the right track. He tries to get
them to set goals," he said.
Wilder lives with his wife,
Peg, a teacher at Durant High
School, on a portion of his
grandfather's farm and raises
cattle and some citrus. They
have two sons, Barton, 21, is a
senior at UF majoring in agri-
culture and Robert, 18, attends
Hillsborough Community
College and has talked about
becoming an ag teacher,
Wilder said.
Though he could retire next
year, Wilder said plans to go
on working.
"I still enjoy what I'm
doing," he said. "I look for-
ward to the kids coming back
every fall and as long as I'm
having fun I'm going to do it."


migrant and permanent fami-
lies living in and around the
mission.
"I have always had a soft
spot in my heart for those who
are less fortunate than oth-
ers," said Wilson, 60. "A faith-
based program to help the
poor was something that I
always wished to be a part of.
Being one of those thousand
points of light was exactly the
mission I was searching for.
Father Tom Morgan, at St.
Clement, was the very person I
was looking for," he said.

See MIGRANT, Page 12


POLICE BEAT

Home invasion
Three Plant City residents
suspected in a home inva-
sion remain in Hillsborough
County jails without bond,
charged with robbery, false
imprisonment and drug
possession.
Tina Marie Henderson.
24, of 1202 Ball St., and
Zethan Isaiah Ward, 21, oi
408 Hickory St., are being
held at the Orient Road Jail
in Tampa, county record,
show. Kevin Reshade Gra-
ham, 20, of 1109 E. Madison
St., is being held at the Fal-
kenburg Jail. All three are
accused of a July 29 home
invasion and robbery al
3601 West Baker St.
Plant City police were
notified of the 2:24 a.m.
robbery and stopped a vehi-
cle matching the descrip-
tion of the suspects' car al
the intersection of South
Tyler Street and West Also-
brook. The three were iden-
tified as the suspects and
were booked into county
jails that morning.
The suspects are alsc
accused in another incident
that took place earlier on
U.S. Highway 92 West,
police say.


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CALENDAR


Glorioso Mailer Raises Ire Among Opponents


SATURDAY 4
Hot dog sale
benefits MS research
A hot dog sale to benefit
multiple sclerosis research
is slated for Aug. 21 from
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Wal-
Marl, 2602 Jim Redman
Parkway.

Yard sale and fish fry
The Progressive Church
of God in Christ, 1303 E.
Martin Luther King Blvd.,
will hold a vard sale and
fish fry Aug. 21 from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m.
Call. 754-6743.

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

Unity fundraiser
Unity in the Commu-
nity. a fundraising group
whose mission is to help
feed Plant City's needy,
now offers food during the
Bike Fest and Strawberry
Classic Car Show at the
Plant City Community
Bingo Hall, 105 Arden
Mays Blvd., from 5 to 9
p.m.
The group sells hot dogs.
Polish sausage, chips.
cookies, cakes and pie, and
coffee, soda and water.
The next sale will be
during the Aug. 21 car
show. Call: 752-1275.

MONDAY
City commission
The Plant City City Com-
mission meets the second
and fourth Mondays of the
month at 7:30 p.m. in the
Nettie Mae Draughon
Auditorium at city hall, 302
W. Reynolds St
See CALENDAR, Page 18


HE SUPPORTS IT AS
NECESSARY COMPARISON
ByTONYMARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
One side calls it a "character assassina-
tion."
The other says it was necessary to clear
up "misinformation."
A mailer sent to area Republicans by
Florida House District 62 candidate Rich
Glorioso has raised eyebrows among
some local Republicans and angered
some supporters of Josh Burgin and
Arlene Waldron, who are running against
Glorioso.
"This had been a nice, clean race," said
Joan Callahan, a Burgin supporter. "I
think it's a crying shame that it had to
turn around like this."
Glorioso defends the mailer as a way to
get the facts out about the three candi-
dates.
"There's a lot of misinformation out
there and we just tried to put the facts
down on a sheet of paper," Glorioso
said.
The mailer, featuring yellow and black
lettering on one side under the heading
"Caution" and "Republican Voter Alert,"
offers a side-by-side comparison of each
candidate under eight categories ranging
from family information to employment.
Glorioso's photo and record is flanked
by those of his opponents.
The style is nothing new when it comes
to political campaigning. But the mailer
is the first political advertisement in the
race that compares the candidates or, as
some argue, fires shots at them.
"I was very disappointed," Waldron
said. "Most people are interested in the
issues, in what you are going to do for me
as a representative."
Burgin said he felt the piece was par-
ticularly directed at him. The entries in
each category, he said, omit context to
deliberately cast him in a negative light.
He wasn't surprised by the tactic, he said,
but rather by the candidate employing it.
"That's what struck me," Burgin said.
"Here's a guy with all this money and cre-
dentials and he can only produce some-
thing that's nothing more than a character
assassination. I scratch my head."
The piece points out he's single, never
been married and has no children, nor
did he serve in the military. But Burgin
said the service of U.S. Rep. Adam Putnam
of Bartow shows that should not have a
bearing on his ability to serve in the
House.


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Registered Republicans in District 62 received this political advertisement from Rich
Glorioso's campaign in the mail recently. It angered Josh Burgin and Arlene Waldron
supporters, but Glorioso said he stands by "the facts."


"He's showed all his critics that a young
person who's committed can go out and
make a difference," Burgin said.
The mailer also points out that Burgin
lived at home until a few months ago, has
a general equivalency diploma, and has
had seven jobs in the past eight years.
Burgin said that because such a piece
cannot mention that he spent time teach-
ing English in Russia, volunteering to


help with political campaigns and spend-
ing a year in Tallahassee as an employee
in the House's communications office, as
well as helping run the family's produce
business, it makes it sound "like I started
at McDonald's, jumped to Burger King
then wound up at Cracker Barrel."
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Early Voting Continues This Week


StaffReport
Early voting for the upcoming primary
election continues through Aug. 30 at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St.
The polls will be open Monday through Fri-
day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Saturdays
from 9 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elec-
tions office said as part of election reform legis-
lation in Florida, "early voting" has been an
option since 2002. For two weeks prior to the
election, registered voters in Florida can opt to
cast their votes early.


For voters' convenience, early voting will be
available to all registered Hillsborough County
voters at Bruton and at various other locations
in the county.
More than 10,000 Hillsborough County vot-
ers chose to vote early in 2002.
Only voters registered before Aug. 2, are eli-
gible to vote early or in the primary election on
Aug. 31. A photo and signature identification
are required to register.
For more information about the elections
and voting, call 272-5850 or visit www.votehi-
llsborough.org.


HELP
Continued From Page 1


More information is available by calling 752-
3740.
Members of the Plant City Lions Club are
sending $10,000 to help repair damage done to
the Florida Lions Camp in Lake Wales that was
severely damaged by the Aug. 13 storm. The
site serves as a camp for blind and disabled
children.
Bill O'Connor, Lions Club Zone 8 chairman,
said the Lions International Foundation relief
fund is sending another $10,000 to District I,
near Fort Myers, for distribution to victims of
the storm.
Club members are also organizing a trip to
Lake Wales to rebuild the camp.
City Commissioner Rick Lott and his
business associate are each driving a truck
loaded with relief supplies to hurricane victims
in Arcadia and Port Charlotte. Lott is the
owner of Zeno Office Solutions, a statewide
company with headquarters in Tampa.
"We have employees and their families all
over the state," Lott said. Port Charlotte was hit
hard, and Arcadia is often overlooked in times
of disaster. We hope to help the victims in those
areas by bringing them some items they can
use."
All Publix groceries are accepting cash
donations at the check out lines to help those


affected by the storm.
SunTrust Bank has set up a cash relief fund
at each bank location.
o Steve Morris, the minister of education
and administration at the First Baptist Church
of Plant City, is leading a disaster relief effort
to help repair the First Baptist Church in Lake
Wales.
Contributions to the relief fund can be made
at the church offices at 503 North Palmer St.
For more information, call 752-4104.
Plant City Fire Chief George Shiley said
donations of relief items should not be brought
to the local fire stations, but to distribution sta-
tions coordinated by disaster relief organiza-
tions.
For others wishing to start up their own relief
efforts, the Florida League of Cities recently
notified Plant City emergency officials of the
activation of the state's "Intergovernmenal
Relations Team." This team will help coordinate
relief efforts, matching volunteers and supplies
with victims in need. Individuals, organiza-
tions, cities and others who wish to help out are
asked to call (850) 487-1252. The necessary
information will be taken and entered into a
system that tracks the needs of those who were
impacted with those wishing to give and volun-
teer.


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oday, my wife, Rebekah,
and I celebrate our 25th
wedding anniversary; a
quarter century since we
stood together at the front of
the church to move our
relationship into the com-
mitted realm of marriage.
I know what you are
thinking "But he only looks
35." All I can say is "Well,
that's what a great marriage
can do for you."
Some people were expect-
ing something big, along the
lines of my parents' silver
wedding reception that seems
like only yesterday. But we
decided against it. We've been
celebrating all year, in various
ways, and our lives are full of
"events." We are both such
public people that we agreed
to keep this particular party
for ourselves.
Rebekah wishes I would not
use her name in my column
so much. I have genuinely
tried to accommodate that
request. But the simple truth
remains that most of the
depth, the honesty, the
insight, the faith and the
clarity in my life has become
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COMMENTARY



A Visit From Charley


Plant City really dodged a
bullet on Friday the 13th,
when Hurricane Charley
decided to head northeast
from Port Charlotte through
the center of the Sunshine
State.
The path of destruction
from Captiva Island, through
Punta Gorda, Arcadia, Zolfo
Springs and points north on
will leave almost one million
lives affected for months, if
not years, to come. What
could have been as equally
destructive for people living
in eastern Hillsborough
County has became just a
scary memory.
In June, my wife, Karen,
and I made plans to visit
friends in Indiantown for the
Aug. 13 weekend. Indiantown
is a small community on the
other side of Lake Okeecho-
bee, almost 100 miles due east
from Punta Gorda.
Knowing Charley was
coming, we delayed leaving
our home Friday afternoon.
We wanted to see what path
the storm would take on its
northward march up the
coast. I must admit I was
relieved when, about 1:30
p.m., the storm turned inland
well south of the Tampa Bay
area. With winds reported at
more than 140 mph, it was
obvious the people in and
around Charlotte Harbor, just
north of Fort Myers, were
going to take a beating. At
least, I reasoned at the time,
our area was to be spared..
Then we waited.
After making that fateful
turn inland, Charley ran to the
north-northeast and essen-
tially followed U.S. Highway
17 north all the way through
Arcadia, Fort Meade and
Winter Haven, to Deltona,
and then on to the east coast
near Daytona Beach.
Starting about 2 p.m.
Friday, a large feeder band
seemed to break free from
Charley and spawned torna-
dos in neighboring Polk
County. This rogue band
carried high winds and heavy
rains that preceded the
hurricane. Charley wouldn't
arrive for another four hours.
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was moving so quickly that
even near the eye there wasn't
a lot of flooding associated
with the storm.
Charley came so close. The
eye passed only 25 miles to
the east of Plant City. But in
reality, Charley missed us
completely. The weather
station at the Plant City water
treatment plant only mea-
sured one-tenth of an inch of
rain on Friday. On Saturday,
the rain measured 1.67
inches, and on Sunday the
deluge expected to accom-
pany the hurricane came
along two days later, measur-
ing 3.5 inches.
As Charley chewed up
Central Florida on Friday,


GEORGE
NEWMAN


Karen and I waited in our
house for some sign the storm
was nearby. We live just west
of Collins Street, near Prosser
Drive. We could see the dark
clouds building to the east,
and hear some of the thunder.
But we didn't get any rain at
all until 5:30 p.m. And the
wind, which was perfectly
nonexistent until almost 6,
blew at only 30 to 40 mph for
about an hour.
And that was it.


On Saturday, we packed the
car and headed south on
Highway 39 to State Road 62,
in Manatee County. As we
drove to the east, approach-
ing U.S. 17, just north of
Wauchula, we saw the first
signs of damage. The tops of
trees were twisted off. Signs
were bent and mangled.
Metal roofs were peeled loose
and set sailing. Wooden
buildings all showed signs of
damage. The amount of wind-
blown debris increased as we
drove.
About 10 miles south on 17,
near Zolfo Springs, we picked
up State Road 66 and again
headed east.
We saw evidence of wind
damage that covered a path
about 40 miles wide. The
significant damage was
concentrated along U.S. 17,
but I was surprised at the
width of the storm.
Considering the counter-
clockwise motion of the
storm, it was amazing to see


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the debris field Charley left
behind. On the east side of
the eye, everything build-
ings, trees, aluminum siding,
et al were blown toward the
north. Everything that was hit
head on by the storm leaned,
or was blown, toward the
west. On the west side,
homes, dogs, cars, trees,
turkeys and people were
blown toward the south. From
my view, driving through the
state on the day after, the
damage done by the backside
of the storm was minimal.
Thank goodness.
It is easy to believe if the
storm had chosen to stay on
the west coast, and was able
to maintain its strength, most
of the Gold Coast would have
been turned to dust. It is hard
to get excited and exalt about
how lucky we were, knowing
the damage that was done.
But, boy were we lucky.
On our way home Sunday

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Special to The Courier
Hurrican Donna ravaged the state in 1960. Charley tore through Punta Gorda, above, in 2004. Each
was a harsh wake-up call.


All Storms Teach Same Lesson


Growing up in Naples, we
had our share of storms.
Some were worse than
others, and my grandparents,
being old Florida pioneers,
never took chances. Since we
lived next door to them, my
parents always followed their
example in preparing for a
hurricane. My grandfather
had an old barometer and it
never left his sight. We
secured what we could and
when the barometer began to
fall, left for safe shelter with
the essentials: food and water.


My daughter in Naples sent
an e-mail and some pictures
from a friend, Mike Semmig
of Tampa, who took his two
small sons on a 10-hour
journey following well behind
the path of Hurricane Char-
ley, taking water and food to
distribute to anyone that


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist

might need help.
And he found plenty that
did.
One family in Bowling
Green next to a mobile home
park that had been totally
leveled was trying to get water
in a milk jug out of a big
puddle. Mike was speechless,
and forever changed.
"I will never underestimate


COMMUNITY ROUNDUP

'Chicago' rescheduled
Plant City Children's Theatre has resched-
uled its performances of "Excerpts from Chi-
cago" for Sept. 10 at 8 p.m. and Sept. 11 at 2 and
8 p.m. at the 1914 Community Center.
The show was postponed due to the threat of
Hurricane Charley.
Tickets are $5 in advance and $10 at the
door.
Call: 752-1683.

Auditions
Plant City Children's Theatre is currently
holding auditions for "Excerpts from 'Okla-
homa'" every Monday from 5:45 to 6:30 p.m.
for ages 5 to 10; and 7:15 to 8:15 p.m. for ages 10
and older. "Nutcracker" auditions are on Fri-
days from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. through Sept. 27.
Everyone accepted. Fee is $35, scholarships
available.
Call: 752-1621.

Divorce support group
DivorceCare, a six-week seminar and support
group for people who are separated or divorced,
will begin Sept. 12 from 4:15 to 6:15 p.m. at First
Baptist Church of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St.
The cost is $10 for the workbook, and on-site
child care is available by reservation.
Call: 752-4104.

Blood drives
BloodNet USA will sponsor the following
blood drives:
Strawberry Classic Car Show, Historic
Downtown Plant City, Aug. 21 from 3 to 9:30
p.m.


the power of a hurricane," he
said.
I bet his little boys won't
either. My brother-in-law in
Naples told me that the storm
cut a new pass through North
Captiva Island and winds at
Port Charlotte were recorded
at 173 mph when the detec-
tion device broke.
My friend Dr. Livingston
Sheppard in Boca Grande,
who has a cottage and two of
the only trailers on the island,
said a prayer, left the island,
and when he came back a
huge banyan tree had fallen in
between the trailers, but
missed his cottage and
trailers.


I am reminded of Hurri-
cane Donna in 1960. Many
Plant Citians remember her.

See BRIGGS, Page 9


Plant City post office, 2501 Walden Woods
Drive, Aug. 27 from 9 a.m. to noon.
Lowes of Plant City, 2801 James L. Redman
Parkway, Aug. 28 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Call: 1-800-683-8355.
Florida Blood Services also runs its Neigh-'
borhood Donor Center, 1902 James Redman
Parkway, Monday and Tuesday, 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.

Mature driver class
An AARP "55 Alive" driver safety class will be
offered Sept. 8-9 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at South
Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St.
Insurance discounts may be -available to
anyone 55 and older, consult your insurance
agent. Registration: 754-4444.

County collecting unwanted pesticides
Hillsborough County offers local agricultural
operations free pesticide disposal.
The opportunity is offered as part of the
annual Agriculture Pesticide Day, Sept. 16 from
8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the grounds of EQ Florida,
7202 E. Eighth Ave., Tampa.
The program is not open to homeowners,
pesticide manufacturers and distributors, uni-
versities or government entities.
The intent of the program is to eliminate
potential public health and environmental
hazards. The free collection program is also
aimed at educating agricultural pesticide users
on proper handling, storage and management
practices. Call: 272-5506.

See ROUNDUP, Page 13


Card-Curl
Edward Curl and Stephanie
Card were married April 24 at
11 a.m. at St. Clement Catholic
Church in Plant City.
The bride is the daughter of
Peter and Cindy Card, and the
groom is the son of Edward
and Rose Curl.
The double-ring ceremony
was performed by the Rev.
Thomas Morgan.
Readings were by Virginia
Ekblom, a friend of the bride
and groom.
Vocalist and guitarist was
Paul Hetrick, accompanied by
Richard Pipas on the piano
and organ.
The bride was given away by
her father, Pete.
Matron of honor was Amy
DuBose, best friend of the
bride.
Bridesmaids were Randi Pur-
cell and Clara Schlicher, both
friends of the bride, and Christin
Curl, sister of the groom.
Junior bridesmaids were
Cailtin Montaldo and Made-
line Montaldo, cousins of the
bride.
The groom was attended by
best man Eric DuBose, best
friend of the groom; grooms-
men Peter J. Card, brother of
the bride; and David Steven-
son and Jeff Dimapasoc, both
friends of the groom.
The reception followed the
ceremony at the Wyndham


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Westshore Hotel in Tampa.
The bride is a graduate o:
the University of Central Flor-
ida, and works in creative serv-
ices at Summit in Lakeland.
The groom is a graduate o:
the University of South Floride
and is a middle school'
teacher.
After a wedding trip to St
Thomas in the U.S. Virgir
Islands, the couple is at home
in Brandon.


ENGAGEMENTS


Kiesha Raburn and Christo-
pher Katsares


CLUB NOTES

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 Celebrations
(www.reunioncelebratio-
ns.com). Advance registration
is preferred to help allocate
meal and room planning.
Information: 874-9967, or
e-mail julie@reunioncelebr-
ations.com.
Class message boards can
'be found at www.classmate-
s.com.

Turkey Creek Class of '64
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1964 plans a
reunion Aug. 21 at Turkey


Raburn-Katsares
Danny and Denise Raburn
of Plant City and Brenda and
Larry Williams of Brandon
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Kiesha M.
Raburn, to Christopher A. Kat-
sares. He is the son of John
and Paula Katsares of Vienna,
Ohio.
The bride-elect is a regis-
tered nurse at H. Lee Moffitt
Cancer Center in Tampa and
attends graduate school at the
University of South Florida.
The prospective groom is a
graduate of Ohio State Uni-
versity, and is an event
manager at Harborview
Center in Clearwater.
A March 2005 wedding is
planned in Santorini, Greece.


Creek Baptist Church fellow-
ship hall, 4915 W. Trapnell
Road.
Call: Patty, 689-7360.

Business women
seek new members
American Business Wom-
en's Association seeks new
members to join its group and
will host a new member social
Aug. 28 at 6:30 p.m. at the
home of Jack and Joyce Mozzi-
cato.
Call: Jodi Smith, 752-5863.

UDC meeting
The Plant City Chapter No.
1931 of the United Daughters
of the Confederacy will meet
Aug. 28 at 10:30 a.m. at Bruton

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AUGUST 19,2004 THE COURIER 9


BRIGGS
Continued From Page 8
The eye of the storm passed
over Naples, and my grandfa-
ther's barometer recorded its
lowest reading ever. Everyone
had their own way of dealing
with Donna, but the one
common thread was moving
to a safe place, ours being the
Water Works, a two story
concrete building on high
ground with few windows
where we waited out the
storm.
My grandfather sat up all
night watching his barometer.
My father found a small room
and put blankets there for my
mother and grandmother to
sleep (if they could) and
himself because as public
works director and the one
responsible for restoring
water to the town he knew
sleep would be impossible for
days.
A local minister brought his
Bible and offered prayer as
the barometer hit its lowest.
The mayor's wife brought her
wine and jewelry box. As we
heard the frightening winds
devastate our town (and
unknown to us at the time,
filling our house with five feet
of water), my sisters, cousins
and I listened to my grandfa-
ther's stories.
He started with the 1910
hurricane in Everglades City
where they took refuge in an
old lighter that lodged itself in
the mangroves.
They lost a lot they could
build a new house, but the
one thing his father regretted
losing was a precious set of
encyclopedias, not easily


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Look out for Kirsten Keller,
granddaughter of Forrest and
Robbie Hildreth, in this
month's issue of Southern
Living magazine.
replaced back then.
During the eye of the storm,
my father took us outside and
as we looked up at the moon,
he taught us about the lull
and warned the storm would
return in greater fury. He said,
"don't be fooled by the calm.
Keep your head clear and
don't let any material thing be
so precious it keeps you from
getting out of the way of a
storm."
We knew he was talking
about those who had no
knowledge of or experience
with hurricanes and would
argue that only a dragline
could cut a pass through an
island.
The world is a lot more
complicated these days.
There's more to lose most
precious, though, lives. I
guess what I really want to
say, is listen to the old-timers.
Radar has replaced the old
barometer, but listen to your
parents, grands and greats.
You don't get to be old
without doing a lot of things
right.


....''.


NEWMAN
Continued From Page 7


Forrest and Robbie Hil-
dreth of Plant City tell me that
their granddaughter Kirsten
Keller is in the August issue of
Southern Living magazine.
Right after graduating from
college cum laude, she began
working for Snowshoe
Mountain Resort in Snow-
shoe, W. Va., where she is a
retail group merchandise
manager. I'm told she's also
an artist and muralist.
Kirsten, your grandparents
are sure proud of you, and I
know your parents, Neal and
Sandra Keller, who live in
Pembroke Pines, are, too.
*****
Last week, I told you about
pretty Maggie Hehn's upcom-
ing marriage. I really slipped
up. Fiancd Travis is a Bulldog
fan it's Maggie's brother,
Jonathan, not the groom-to-
be, who graduated from
Georgia Tech, and 25 years
ago John and Jean drove into
town in an Audi, not a BMW
(guess I still don't know my
cars very well. I'm reminded
of a friend in college who
bought a Porsche and I said,
"Huh? A what? And when I
saw it, "Well, it looks like a
frog to me!") Colleges and
cars, my mistake. Editor Tony
takes credit for the caption
slip: Maggie and Travis will
get married in the Hehn's
backyard, and not on the
beach. Sorry, you guys!
Send us something and
we'll get it right. Send items to
gabylee@aol.com or mail
them to The Courier, c/o Betty
Briggs, 101 N. Wheeler St.,
Plant City, FL 33566.


afternoon, we drove across
State Road 70 toward Arcadia.
We could see that DeSoto
County, like many of Florida's
interior counties, is mostly
made up of farm land and
open spaces.
So we can assume that
many lives were spared by the
direction Charley took. But as
we approached Arcadia, an
old agricultural community
like Plant City, every building
showed some degree of
damage.
Almost every tree was torn
up or blown over. Almost
every building was ripped or
torn.
Every house was damaged
in some way. Police were out
in force, directing traffic at all
the main intersections and
crossroads, in a town without
electricity.
Streets were closed enter-
ing Arcadia's historic down-
town, but we stopped for a
minute to walk and take a
look around.
Shop owners and their
friends were helping to clear
damaged buildings every-
where. Street lights and stop
lights lay on the ground at
almost every corner. Widows
were broken, roofs were
missing, and piles of debris
covered every intersection.
Piles of broken buildings and
lives lay there, waiting for
removal.
Cindy Long, the owner of
Isabelle's Antiques, sat
exhausted on the sidewalk,
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world is coming down around
you."
Long had fresh wounds on
her legs, testament to the
flying glass and debris.
Neighboring shop owners
were there with her and they
talked about help that was
coming.
But their faces said it might
not be enough.
The building that houses
Long's antique shop is the old
opera house that dates back
to 1906.
Many of the brick buildings
that weathered the onslaught
from Charley will continue to
stand and await the next
storm. Long and her friends
hope that it isn't any time
soon.
Help them if you can. The
Red Cross can be reached at
251-0921, or the visit
www.redcross.org. The Red
Cross and other agencies can
funnel resources, including
cash donations, to those in
need. Specific counties can
usually be designated as
recipients.
More than one million
people were affected.
And it could have been us.
George Newman is a
reporter for The Courier. He
can be reached at gnewman-
@mediageneral.com or 752-
3113.
























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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Dooer: S. Dorer Rd & Downing St.
659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
Allen Chapel: 1109 F. Laura St.,
"52-7389
Mount Olive: 1113W. Madilson St
Mount Olive: Horton Rd.
-3"-2628
APOSTOLIC
Asamblea .postolica:
1501 Colson Rd, "'3'-3496
Apostolic churchh
of esus Christ:
1212 IL Reynolds, '-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd,
Lithia. 685-4240
Bethany: 9804 Harnep Rd.
Thonotosassa, 986-57' I
Cahrar Fellowship:
1110 N. Gordon St, '52-5005
Dover First: SR 574 & Pettie Rd,
689-0343
Faith Temple: 1--i at
Hillsborough-Polk County
Line. '52-0532
Faith Lighthouse:
3409 SR 39 N. 752-1885
First Plant City:
Charlie Griffin Rd,
Wof SR 39 S, 752-3351
Fort Alafia: Corner of South
Hwy. 39 & Swilley Rd, 737-4656
Kel.sville: SR 640, 737-4803
Mount Zion:
I-i at Thonotosassa Rd, 752-1614
Pleasant Grove:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-3529
Victory Worship Center:
County Line Rd, 754-6089
Sydney: Sydnev Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of Sydner-Dover Rd, 659-0532
Turkey Creek:
Turkey Creek Rd, 754-5372
BAPTIST
Ahara: Turkey Creek Rd,
N. of SR 60, 737-3739
Alafla Baptist:
222 .4afia 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,
"54-2239
Beulah: Allen & County Line Rd,
Lbiha, 737-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd,
752-28"5
Burchuwood Temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 574, 752-3782
Calvary Free Will:
3539 Trapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grove: E. Keysville Rd,
C,,-. 3 "1234
Central of Lithia:
Pinecrest & Keysville Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 E. Alsobrook, 752-3740
Community Christian:
1310 N. Shannon Are, 754-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S, Pinecrest,
737-1211
Dorer Eastside: Countryside
Baptist Church, 2820
Gallagher. 5"1-8200
Dover First: N. Gallagher Rd,
659-0203
Eastside: 1318 E. Calhoun SI,
754-2681
East Thonotosassa: Mclntosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd, 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 W. Washington St. 754-6661
First Baptist Church of
Midway: Midway Rd, 752-7209


First Baptist Lithia:
Intersection of SR 39 .
Iithia-Pinecrest Rd, "3'"-1121
First Plant City:
503 %. Palmer. "52-i10&
First Thonolosassa Missionary:
Mcl.ntosh Rd. 986-4'-56
liarmony Baptist Church:
6008 W. Knights Griffin Rd.
986-'165
Hopenell: SR 39 S, "3"-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Hy'r.
"52-49'2
lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd.
"52-2006
lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd.
"5--52'8
Mount Moriah Freewill:
Warren &Johnson St, 754-439"
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 I: Ball St,
'54-3834
Aew Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd.. Dover
Neu' 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:
Trapnell Rd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Westside: 2503 W Granfleld Ave,
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:
Mcintosh Rd, N of SR 574
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
Neu' Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calrary Community:
5209 Smith-Ryals Rd
Dover: Downing St. 659-2900
Plant Cilt: 2103 Mudlake Rd.


"52-4591
Turkey Creek: Turker Creek Rd
at SR 60. "3"-1331
Thonolosassa:
1"02 N. Taylor Rd. 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson, Indiana)
Kingswal. First: 2808 Kiusw'aY
N., Seffner. 65- '500
Plant Citr: Grace Fellowship
-I3 Alsobrook St. 361-8190
First: A. Gordon and Baker St,
752-6438
Gospel Tabernacle:
.4llen & Haines St
EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St.
"52-5061
HOLINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 W. Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our lord:
728 I: Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd. 754-3843
Restoration Assembly:
106 S. Evers St.
Evangelists for Jesus
Tabernacle:
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Growth Center:
1310 N. Shannon, 719-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 E. Tomlin St, 754-1133
Deeper Life Fellowship:
Covilla Rd, W of SR 39 N.
Revival Outreach Center:
225 N. Dover Rd, 681-2250
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:
3202 N. MarylandAve, 752-
3345
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church ofJesus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, 752-6364
tUTHERAN
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 E. Hillsborough Ave.
754-2674
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St. 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worship
Center: U.S. 92 E
ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Ukrainian
Orthodox Church: 3820 Moores
Lake Rd, Dover, 659-0123


PENTECOSTAL
Christian life Assembly:
3120 S. fMiller Rd.. 657-4802
Living Waters Foursquare
(Church: 602 S. Evers St, '59-0528
New Hope Worship Center:
803 I. Mahoney St. '57-6123
New life Temple Pentecostal
Church of God:
3301 Clemons Rd, 754-'088
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dover: .loore's lake &
Holiness Church Rd. 659-1301
Church of the living God:
102 T'ler St. "54-5840
PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant City:
110" Charlie Griffin Rd. "59-9383
First Presbyterian Plant City:
404 W. Reynolds St, 752-4211
SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk with God Mlinistry:
15140OSR 5"4. Dover, 659-0930
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant City: 2203 Strawberr Dr.
"52-4694
SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W.Johnson Rd,
754-5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.,
Valrico, 685-0998
UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 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 W.
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 Bf
(Off 1.4, Exit 21 South)
(813)752-8251

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


First United
Methodist
Church of
Plant City
303 N. Ev'er- Street
Downtown Plant Cihty
i .ss trmOn h Hall parking lot
754-3519
NEW HOURS
8:00 am Chapel Communion
Service
9:00 am Contemporary Worship
In The Wesley Center
10:00 am Sunday School
(Children Adult)
11:00 am Traditional Worship In
The Sanctuary

b Youth F Iotmship
Sunday & Wednesa\
Evenings
Dr. Alan L. Beaver
Senior Pastor


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Edwards
Herbert C. "Clarence"
Edwards, 82, of Plant City died
Aug. 13.
He was born in Colquitt
County, Ga., and lived in the
Plant City area for 50 years.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran
of World War II and worked as
a superintendent with AMAX
Phosphate.
He is survived by a son, Her-
bert of Ellijay, Ga.; four daugh-
ters, Joyce Wood and Judy
Griffith, both of Lithia, Karen
Lewis of Mulberry and Mary
Jane Brown of Ocala; 10
grandchildren; and 11 great-
grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.


Pass
Norris A. Pass, 81, of Dover
died Aug. 10.
He was born in Sydney, and
was a lifelong resident of the
area.
He served in the U.S. Coast
Guard and was a farmer.
He is survived by two sons,
Dwayne A. of Apollo Beach
and Dwight N. of Brandon;
and two grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Wodach
Gertrude "Trudy" Wodach,
79, of Plant City died Aug. 15.
She was born in New York
and moved here from Illinois
in 1985.


She was a homemaker, was
a longtime member of the
Order of the Eastern Star, past
worthy matron, and a member
of the Red Hat Society.
She was an avid golfer, was
actively involved in local
square and round dance clubs
and was a friend to many at
Country Meadows retirement
community.
She is survived by two sons,
Wayne and Brett, both of
Glayslake, Ill.; a daughter,
Madelyn Bowyer of Linden-
hurst, Ill.; a sister, Sophie
Cohen of Flushing, N.Y.; two
grandchildren; and three
great-great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Home.


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Ladies Ministry program
The Lady's Ministry of
Bethany Baptist Church offers
a Bible study, "Beloved Disci-
ple: The Life and Ministry of
John," Wednesdays at 9 a.m.
Brunch will be served each
week and child care will be
provided. The church is at
3409 N. Cork Road.
Call: 752-9209.

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Plant City Women's
Club president
Barbara Keene, left,
and first vice
president Helen
Carter-Printz, right,
meet International
Woman's Club
president Judy Lutz
during the
international
organization's 113th
annual convention
held recently in Lake
Buena Vista. Below
right, the congrega-
tion of Hope
Lutheran Church,
2001 North Park
Road, Plant City
recently welcomed
Julianna Shults, third
from left, as an
intern in the areas of
Youth Ministry and
Christian Growth
Ministry. Shults,
from Topeka, Kan.,
comes to Hope after
her graduation from
Concordia Univer-
sity in Nebraska
with a degree in
psychology and
certification in
youth and family
ministry. Also shown
are Todd Warner,
left, Elders Ministry
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Cathie Warner of
the Youth Ministry
Team; Hope's pastor,
the Rev. Dean
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MIGRANT


Photos courtesy Gwen Thomas
Above left, Jamal Campbell of Boy Scout Troop 14, left, shown with his
father, William, stands at the base of the flagpole at the historic
Glover School in Bealsville during a July 31 dedication ceremony.
Campbell restored the flag pole for his Eagle Scout project. An Eagle
Scout ceremony is planned for the fall. Above right, the Campbells
raise the flag on the refurbished pole.


Continued From Page 2
Minding a Beltway budget
Wilson, 60, a native off Delphos,
Ohio, and one of 10 children, worked
his way through humble beginnings,
through the University of Dayton, the
Department of Defense and the Penta-
gon, developing ties to the White
House as director of military expendi-
tures.
After all that, he was pleased to move
to a quieter setting. "I was raised in a
small town much like Plant City," said
Wilson.
Growing up, Wilson said his suc-
cesses didn't happen overnight. "None
of it came easy for me, although I man-
aged to earn a degree in business
administration with an emphasis on
accounting and finance," Wilson said.
Following a two-year stint as a
teaching fellow at Bowling Green State
University, "my dream job," Wilson
said, he received a master's degree in
business administration. Using his
ROTC background, he became a cap-
tain in the U.S. Army Finance Corps,
and then gained a position in financial
management within the Defense
Logistic Agency.
By 1989, he was a senior executive in
the Department of Defense.
By then, Wilson's six-figure salary
helped him and his wife raise seven
children of their own. After working
with former President George H. Bush
and his secretary of defense Dick Che-
ney, and then President Clinton for
two years, Wilson retired from his job
to seek other adventures. He headed to
Las Vegas and considered taking a job
as an accountant in a casino.
"But after seeing people cashing
Social Security checks to finance a
night at the gaming tables, I knew that
didn't sit right with me," he said.
From 1998 until 2002, Wilson
worked as an adjunct professor at the
Community College of Southern
Nevada. But he felt unfulfilled, he said.
"Joyce didn't want to stay in Vegas,"


Wilson said. "She wanted to move to
Florida. I didn't know why Florida
would be right for us at the time, but I
trusted in God's plan for us. I made a
definite turn toward God, asking for
guidance."

God's work through sinkholes
Joyce Wilson saw an ad proclaiming
the natural beauty and peaceful sur-
roundings in Weeki-Wachi Springs
and, without visiting, the couple
packed up and put $6,000 down on a
house in Spring Hill.
On the day they were ready to close
on the house in Spring Hill, a 50-foot
wide sinkhole developed on the
property.
"I had never heard of a sinkhole,"
Wilson said. "Some people in the area
downplayed the event."
But they decided not to take the risk
and backed out of the sale.
"That sinkhole and the timing of it
all leads me to believe that our path
was being guided by a higher author-
ity," Wilson said.
Friends suggested the couple look
farther south, perhaps in Riverview.
"While we were looking at property
there, believe it or not, another sink-
hole erupted in the area we were look-
ing at and all the wells were
contaminated." he said. "God still had
a hand in our search for a home. Joyce
and I were determined to follow his
lead, and we drove around Ruskin
looking for a suitable place to live."
The Wilsons got lost off Highway
674, near Sun City Center, and ended
up driving east and then north on
County Road 39 to Highway 60 and
into Plant City.
"I stopped on Alexander Street to get
directions and to ask the attendant
where the new homes were located,"
Wilson said. "That was the first time I
had heard about Walden Lake. After
finding that St. Clement Catholic
Church was close by, and that they had


a deacon program open to lay people,
we got with a Realtor and bought a
home. That is when we felt that our
journey was over."
The journey was over, but the mis-
sionary work Wilson was seeking had
just begun.

'A God-send'
"Mike Wilson is a God-send for us,"
Morgan said. "What a blessing. After
our initial investigation and several
inquiries, I came to believe that Mike
was exactly what we were looking for
in this parish. Mike immediately took
to the needs of the migrant families in
this area. He saw them, and their
needs, as his mission in life."
Since joining the church two years
ago, Wilson has made a large impact,
Morgan said. "He is a leading evangeli-
cal for our parishioners," Morgan said.
"His involvement with the Legion of
Mary, where he seeks out groups to
pray the rosary for world peace, has
helped us to spread the gospel to those
in the Spanish community, and else-
where."
Since Wilson's arrival, the Diocese of
St. Petersburg changed St. Clement's
boundaries to include the Mission at
San Jose, a Catholic Charities project
in Dover, off Highway 574, that is now
providing permanent housing for
farm-working families.
"They built a beautiful facility out
there," Wilson said. "But there was a
limited supply of funds. Many of the
families are living in a beautiful setting,
but without furniture ,or adequate
clothing. It became my life's work to
help provide the essentials for those
hard-working people."
Morgan couldn't be more pleased.
"I have been told, although I don't
know for sure, that there are 52 migrant
camps located in East Hillsborough
County," he said. "Mike is on his way
to finding them all. He has solicited the
Redlands Christian Migrant Associa-


tion to help organize our efforts. They
provide us with interpreters to help us
communicate with the field workers."
"Most of the children can speak
English," Wilson said of the farming
families. "The children are well
schooled in local primary and second-
ary schools. And they all appreciate the
small contributions that we can make
in their lives."
Rose Arvall, a volunteer at the Lighl
of Christ Ministry, contacted Wilson,
through other church organizations.
"She said she had means to pur-
chase shoes for children and would
like to help the migrant families," Wil-
son said. "We took 60 volunteers to San
Jose and went door to door getting
shoe sizes from every family with chil-
dren living in the home, from ages 1 to
17. We delivered 530 pairs of shoes to
some very appreciative families."
Lately he has been looking for new
and used furniture and household
goods that can be delivered to farm-
working families.
"This effort is not about one denom-
ination, or even one religion," he said.
"We are looking for help from every-
one. The lives of thousands of people
in this area depends upon it."
Wilson is motivated by the people he
serves and the work ethic they display.
"Most of the migrant camps (here)
are empty until about October," Wil-
son said. "Those that follow the crops
go to Georgia and points north, follow-
ing crops like tomatoes, apples,
peaches and pears. Many of those peo-
ple are just trying to make ends meet,
day by day. A lot of them send money
home, to Honduras, Mexico and Gua-
temala. Most of them sleep on the
floor, for a lack of beds and decent fur-
niture.
"I am dedicated to help remedy thai
problem."
To help Wilson in his new mission
call him at 719-3877.





AUGUST 19. 2004 THE COURIER 13


ROUNDUP
Continued From Page 8
Woman of the Year
nominations sought
Florida Agriculture Com-
missioner Charles H. Bronson
has announced that nomi-
nations are being accepted for
the 2004 "Woman of the Year
in Agriculture" award.
The award, now in its 20th
year, recognizes women who
have made outstanding con-
tributions to Florida agricul-
ture.
Those nominated will be
judged by a panel familiar
with Florida agriculture. The
award will be presented in
February at the opening-day
luncheon of the 2005 Florida
State Fair in Tampa.
The Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services, which sponsors the
event, has sent nomination
forms to agricultural organiza-
tions around the state. The
deadline for submitting nomi-
nations is Nov. 1.
Information: Richard Gun-
nels, (850) 488-3022 or
www.florida-agriculture.com/
marketing/awards.htm.

County sponsors
car give away
Hillsborough County's
Neighborhood Service Cen-
ters are giving free cars to eli-
gible families.
The program is called Citrus
Cars, and depending on a
family's income and driving
record, they ihay be eligible
for a used car, free of charge.
The program is sponsored by
the CommunityActionAgency
Program and paid for by a
Community Services Block
Grant.
For more information, con-
tact the Plant City Neighbor-
hood Center, 702 E. Alsobrook
St., at 757-3871.

Adult & Community
School class offerings
Plant City Adult & Commu-
nity School is now offering
,classes in Certified Nursing
Assistant, computer, cosme-
tology, ESOL, GED, pottery,
quilting and typing.
See ROUNDUP, Page 20

CLUB
Continued From Page 8
Memorial Library, 302 McLen-
don St.
New club president Carole
Shelton will preside over the
business meeting.

Garden club board meeting
Plant City Garden Club will
hold its monthly board meet-
ing Aug. 30 at 10 a.m. at the
garden center.
Call: 759-1019.

Christian Women's Club
The Plant City Christian
Women's Club plans its "A
Christmas to Remember in
September" luncheon Sept. 7
at 11:30 a.m. at Walden Lake
Golf and Country Club. The
cost is $11 inclusive.
The luncheon will feature
speaker Belva Crooks, who
will share how she came to a
true understanding of the joy
of Christmas.
For reservations and com-
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Dorinda, 764-8385, or Dinah,
717-9127, or e-mail doricard @
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ALSO OFFERS PIERCINGS
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Marc Draven fell in love
with art at age 6.
Now he provides clients
with their own personal mas-
terpieces.
Draven, 31, opened his City
Limits tattoo parlor two weeks
ago. The shop, at 4407 U.S. 92
W., is just two blocks west of
the Plant City limits.
It had to be, because the city
commission declined Draven's
request to change zoning laws
to allow the parlor in the city.
But the location of the 700-
square-foot shop is still con-
venient for tattoo and piercing
seekers in an area that Draven
called "an untapped market."
"People are looking for a
shop they can become familiar
with and not have to drive to
Tampa," said Draven, who
also owns a shop in Tampa.
Born in Philadelphia into "a
very traditional family,"
Draven started tattooing
friends at 16 and landed his
first official job in a shop at 18.
He went to college for graphic
design, but decided he wanted
to make a living putting ink on
skin. He opened his first shop
outside of Philadelphia at 20
in 1994.
He moved to Florida eight
years ago. He is married and
lives in Plant City.


BECKY JOHNSON/photo
Marc Draven, owner of City Limits Tattoos on US 92, said the Plant City area is an untapped
market of tattoo seekers.


A customer looking for body
art has 360 pieces of "flash," or
design stencils, from which to
choose, ranging from fairies to
lizards to Japanese symbols.
But many customers come in
with their own design, and
Draven works with them to
create a design they won't see
someone else sporting.
Prices for body art range
from $50 to as high as a cus-
tomer's imagination might
take them.
"There's an old saying in the
business that good work isn't
cheap and cheap work isn't
good," he said.
The shop also offers body
piercing and an array of jewelry.


Draven also is licensed to do
permanent cosmetics, such as
eyebrows or eyeliner. It's a
trend that is growing in popu-
larity, he said.
Draven said he is aware that
some don't want his kind of
business in the area. He said
he is ready to show them that
the days of "drunken sailors
and bikers" are over.
Most of his clientele are
professionals, including some
doctors, lawyers and teachers.
The industry is strictly regu-
lated by the Hillsborough
County Health Department,
which means staying in
business demands running a
tight and sterile ship.


He stressed that he turns
away anyone under 18 and
those who have been drinking
or appear to be under the
influence of drugs. He doesn't
allow children into the parlor
even if accompanied by an
adult because they can be dis-
tracting while he works.
He added that he is a
member of the Better Business
Bureau.
"They don't offer that to just
any tattoo parlor," he said.
Draven plans an open house
in the coming month or so.
City Limits customers are
asked to make an appoint-
ment between 2 and 8 p.m.
Call 754-6646.


Business women social
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en's Association seeks new
members to join its group and
will host a new member social
Aug. 28 at 6:30 p.m. at the
home of Jack and Joyce Mozzi-
cato.
Call: Jodi Smith, 752-5863.

Plant City Rotary
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meets Mondays at noon at the
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St.
Call: Bill Hermance, 707-
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Networking club
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misses the boat vis-a-vis this
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It is not all about me. It is
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It is not all about the
children, either. And this is
the second critical mistake
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foundation is not solid
ground.
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MAILER
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with the tools, resources and
life experience that make me a
more valid candidate than my
opponents," he said.
The mention of the GED,
while true, particularly
inflamed supporters of Burgin,
who was home-schooled. At
that time, home-schooled stu-
dents were required to obtain
a GED. Burgin went on to take
language classes at the Uni-
versity of South Florida.
"I never obtained a degree
because my experience is the
key I've focused on," he said.
"I have rich life experiences
that most 28-year-olds don't
have."
"It's disturbing to me
because Rich is a great guy,"
said Connie Gerbasi, also in
Burgin's camp, of the mailer.
"It's just surprising that he
would stoop to that level. You
can't put a person's bio in a
chart like that."
The category that seemed


most directed at Burgin points
out that none of the candi-
dates served as Johnnie Byrd's
legislative assistant.
Burgin served in the House's
communication department,
which was set up by Byrd,
sending out e-mail and other
correspondence to constitu-
ents about, among other
things, pending or passed leg-
islation. He reported to the
House's director of communi-
cations.
"None of my official material
mentions Johnnie Byrd,"
Burgin said.
In a paragraph about Bur-
gin's volunteer and staff-level
political experience posted on
his Web site, it does say that he
worked for Byrd "this past
year," but is doesn't make
clear in what capacity.

'Fast and loose with the truth'
It's that kind of ambiguous
claim that the mailer meant to
clarify, said Doug McAlarney,
a political consultant who
helped design the piece.
McAlarney said Burgin has


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been "fast and loose with the
truth" and is misleading voters
with "little white lies."
"We challenge him to come
clean," McAlarney said. "We
stand by everything in that
comparison and quite frankly
we were quite nice to him."
McAlarney said that Bur-
gin's tactic of walking door to
door with his sisters and small
children is misleading voters
who assume they are his wife
and children.
And, he said, "When voters
are electing a state rep. to
handle a 50-some million
dollar budget, they ought to
know if a candidate is still
living at home."
Burgin's resume mentions
he took classes in the USF
"School of Language." There is
no such school, McAlarney
said. And the resume makes it
appear that Burgin took
degree-seeking courses. He
did not.
The resume also states that
Burgin lectured on American
history and politics at Moscow
State University. "Their
(Moscow State University)
Web site says they only hire
people with a degree," McA-
larney said.
McAlarney also questioned
how Burgin could teach
English in Moscow and, as his
resume states, help run the
day-to-day operations of M.F.
Burgin Inc., the family's pro-
duce business.
And, finally, Burgin is lead-
ing voters to believe he worked
for Byrd.
"He worked for the general
House and communications
department," said McAlarney,
who also worked in the depart-
ment at that time. "The janitor
who sweeps the floor can say
he worked for Johnnie Byrd."
McAlarney denied that the
mailer was directed at Burgin.


He said the "Political Affilia-
tion" heading, which was
included so the Glorioso cam-
paign could point out that
Waldron switched from the
Democratic to Republican
party in 2000, was the "hardest
hit of them all."
Burgin laughed when he
heard McAlarney's "fast and
loose" comment. He said he
does walk with his family
members, some of whom are
small children, because he
espouses family values. The
question of USF's school of
language is semantics, Burgin
said. And his lecturing at
Moscow Univqrsity was at the
invitation of a friend.
He said that no matter
where he was, he took an
active role in the family
business, even when he was
abroad.
And he said his year in Tal-
lahassee gave him invaluable
insight into the legislative pro-
cess. His job required him to
keep abreast of the status of
bills and House proceedings
were piped into the communi-
cations office.
Glorioso stands by the mail-
ing.
"I don't think it was a
personal attack. I'm not
throwing stones. We need to
make sure people know what
their representative can do for
them," he said.
For her part, Waldron said
she is proud she switched par-
ties. She said the listing under
"Education" that states she
has "some college" sells her
short the Brandon banker
earned an associate's degree
in business from Hillsborough
Community College. And she
has five children, not four.
But she said politics is poli-
tics.
"Nobody said this was going
to be easy," she said.


CALENDAR
Continued From Page 3
The next meeting will be
Aug. 23.

TUESDAY
Stroke screening
Plant City area residents
can be screened to reduce
their risk of having a stroke
Aug: 24 at Plant City Church
of God, 2103 Mud lake Road.
Appointments begin at 9 a.m.
In addition to screening for
stroke, abdominal aortic
aneurysms, peripheral arte-
rial disease and osteoporosis,
Life Line Screening now offers
the opportunity for partici-
pants to obtain lab testing
services. Screenings include
cholesterol, thyroid, PSA and
many others.
A vascular screening pack-
age, including the stroke/
carotid artery, abdominal
aortic aneurysm and ankle
brachial index (hardening of
the arteries) screenings is $99.
Add the osteoporosis screen-
ing for a total of $125.
To schedule an appoint-
ment, call 1-800-643-6188.

Youth Fest planning meeting
A planning meeting for the
2005 Downtown Youth Fest is
slated for Aug. 24 at 6:30 p.m.
at the First United Methodist
Church's Wesley Centre, 303
N. Evers St.
The festival, now in its
second year, will take place
Jan. 22 in McCall Park and
will feature Christian enter-
tainment, information booths
and other forms of outreach.
Plant City churches and youth
groups are welcome to partic-
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SPORTS


U8 Girls Soccer Team


Wins At Disney World


CYCLONES STRIKE IN
3V3 TOURNEY
By ROBERT CONE
rcone@mediageneral.com
To play soccer well, players
must demonstrate quickness,
stamina and superior ball
control.
Those factors become even
more important when playing
the relatively new soccer
variation called 3v3, where
only three players from each
team square off.
The Valrico Cyclones
under-9 team parlayed its
soccer skills into a co-champi-
onship at the 3rd Annual 3v3
Challenge National Champi-
onships at the Wide World of
Sports complex in Orlando
Aug. 7-8. More than 350 teams
in various age divisions com-
peted at the event.
"It's a special style of soccer
designed as a very aggressive
form (with) small fields, small
goals," said Valrico Cyclones
coach Rick Lott. "We had a
very successful regular season
and went undefeated in
league this year in our regular
travel program, which is six on
six (players). Our only loss was
in the Brandon Cup tourna-
ment where we played in the
under-10 division, and even
that match we wound up
losing in a shootout."
While high school, colle-
giate and international soccer


teams are composed of 11
players, smaller-sided games
have proliferated .in youth
soccer programs throughout
the country. In Florida, the
under-9 teams feature six
players from each side on the
field during games. The
number of players that play at
one time increases as chil-
dren's bodies and skill levels
mature.
"This was their regular
team but the coaches just
entered them in this tourna-
ment because Rick (Lott)
wanted to challenge the girls,"
said Cyclones parent Amy
Nizamoff. "It's a much differ-
ent experience and I know all
the girls had fun."
One of those girls was Niza-
moffs 8-year-old daughter,
Tori.
"I like to play with my
friends in soccer," said Tori, a
third-grader at Cork Elemen-
tary School. "I get tired,
though. We play game after
game."
The Cyclones first qualified
for the national champion-
ships by winning a 3v3 tour-
nament in May. At the Wide
World of Sports complex, the
girls were scheduled to play
six total games.
"I liked playing harder
teams," said Ericka Lott, 8, a
third-grader at Walden Lake
Elementary School. "It's (3v3)
harder because you don't
have much players to help


Photo courtesy Amy Nizamoff
The Valrico Cyclones U9 girls soccer team smiles after winning the 3rd Annual 3v3 Challenge
National Championships soccer tournament at the Wide World of Sports complex in Orlando Aug.
7-8. In front are Alexis Heartsfield, left, Stephanie Galloway, Ericka Lott and Alex Wenrich. In the
middle are Lexi Faliero, left, Tori Nizamoff, Claire Kartheiser, Lauren Porter and Cassie Madden. In
back are coaches Rick Lott, left, and Bill Heartsfield.


score goals. It's fun going up
against the other teams."
Though Rick Lott didn't
grow up playing-soccer, he
says the family is hooked
now.
"We're definitely a soccer
family. We even built a field in
our yard and that's where the
girls practice and scrimmage
at," said Lott, a Plant City city
commissioner who lives in
Walden Lakes. "We've got girls
from Riverview, Valrico and
Plant City on our team. It (3v3)
was a wonderful experience.
We'll do it again."


One of the biggest benefits
of small-sided games is that
players see more action and
develop their skills, such as
ball handling, passing and
shooting, more rapidly. The
3v3 game accelerates the
learning process.
"It's sped their ball-han-
dling skills up. They use a lot
of one-touch passes. That
training serves as a building
block to other skills," said
Lott. "It also forces them to get
back on defense. They have to
play the full field."
Coaches plan to sign the


girls up for other 3v3 tourna-
ments next season such as the
Got Milk? national challenge.
The Cyclones' regular
season begins Oct. 30, but Lott
said the girls will get a chance
to shine at the Black Watch
Labor Day tournament in
September.
"A good soccer team takes
good kids and dedicated par-
ents. Travel soccer is
expensive," said Lott. "You
can't have a winner without
that support, and all of the
girls' parents are committed
to the program."


Durant Coach Leaves For Administrative Post SPORTS BRIEFS


GRAHAM MOVES TO BLOOMINGDALE
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
With his wife, Donna, and his first child on
the way, Gary Graham already knows his life
will be changed. Last week it took a quick twist,
and for the better.
Last Tuesday afternoon, Graham, who has
coached the Durant High baseball team since
the school opened, received a job offer at Bloo-
mingdale High School.
Wednesday morning, Graham was at his new
job as assistant principal for student affairs at
Bloomingdale.
It sounds like an out-of-nowhere move, but
it was anything but.
"It happened quickly, but this is something
I've had my eye on for some time," Graham
said. "I got my master's degree a couple of
years ago, and we're going to have our first


child in a month. That wasn't the sole reason I
took the job but it had a lot to do with it."
Graham said last week's events happened so
fast he had no chance to say goodbye to many
of his co-workers, but he took care of that this
week. And he was adamant about thanking
"the coaches, the parents, the administration
that was so supportive and most of all the play-
ers. I had such good kids at Durant, with such
great character. I had a lot of help, a lot of
help."
Carl Green, Durant's assistant principal for
athletics, knew the move was possible and is
not panicked about finding a new baseball
coach.
"We're going to miss Gary Graham a lot. He
is a great coach but he's gone on to bigger and
better things," Green said. "And it's not like
baseball is the next season around the comer,
so we have a little time."
See GRAHAM, Page 20


Coaches Pleased To Lose Just Day Of Practice


COUGAR, RAIDER
PRESEASON REPORT
ByDAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Hurricane Charley had a
minimal effect on Hills-
borough County, and as far as
local prep sports teams go on
the inconvenience scale, the
event barely registered.
Both Plant City and Duran-
t's football teams lost a day of
practice last week, while some
schools in Polk County were
losing, much more. But even


before last Friday's devastat-
ing storms, the people at
Auburndale High needed a
favor from Plant City. The pre-
season football game sched-
uled between the two schools
has been moved to Raider Sta-
dium, still to kick off next
Friday at 7:30 p.m.
"They called us Thursday; it
had nothing to do with the
hurricane," said Plant City
head coach Todd Long. "They
are resodding their field and
need some extra time for it to
take. It's good for us. We get an
extra home game."
The Raider Stadium field is


also undergoing a resodding
which should be complete this
week. Long's team could use
the space, as the accumulation
of rainy weather has made it
tough on the Raiders.
Last week, the team's first
week of practice, was some-
what challenging. Inevitably,
the best area to conduct drills
became the patch of field
behind one of the goalposts in
the football stadium.
"Wet, wet, wet. It hasn't
been about finding an area on
the field ... it's about finding
See FOOTBALL, Page 20


GOLF
Benefit tournament
The inaugural Kids*The
Heart of Hillsborough golf
tournament will be Sept. 10 at
the Walden Lakes Golf &
Country Club.
Sponsored by Friends of
the County Parks Inc. and
hosted by Hillsborough
County Parks, Recreation and
Conservation Department,
proceeds will benefit county
teen programs, the annual
holiday tree-lighting cere-
mony and BlazeSports, a
sports program for handicap-
ped children.
The four-person scramble
event will start at 1 p.m.
Cost is $100 per person and
includes golf and cart fees,
gift pack, banquet and
awards. "
Call: Sheryl Vannetta, 903-
3344, or e-mail vannettas@hi-
llsboroughcounty.org.

REC DEPARTMENT
Flag football
The Plant City Recreation
and Parks Department/
Optimist Youth Flag Football
program 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 noncontact and are


held at Otis M. Andrews
Sports Complex.
Registration forms will be
mailed to past participants.
I n fo r m a t i o n:
www.plantcitygov.com/rec.

SOFTBALL
Pride players wanted
The Plant City Pride 16-U
travel softball team seeks tal-
ented players.
For tryouts, call Ken, 967-
7886, or e-mail CGrl,
demuth2@aol.com.

SOCCER
Lancers fundraiser cancelled
The Plant City Lancers U-
12 soccer team's Lancer's
Beach Party fundraiser is
cancelled due to the National
Guard using the planned
facility to aid in recovery
efforts to Hurricane Charley.
All ticket monies collected
will be refunded.
Call: Chris Black, 299-2449.

Valrico Soccer Club
players wanted
The Valrico Soccer Club
seeks enthusiastic and com-
mitted players for its under-
10 girls and under-10 boys
teams.
For girls team, call Karl or
Sharon Becker, 671-0344, or
e-mail vscgirlssoccer@ao-
l.com.






26* THE ouiURIER* AUGUST 19,2004


GRAHAM
Continued From Page 19
Green added that the school
is looking for someone who,
foremost, meets the academic
requirements needed to teach
physical education. "We're
not looking for just a baseball
coach, but someone that is
academically qualified and
can work with the commu-
nity."
Under Graham, Durant was
a consistent winner and made
two trips to the regional finals.
Many Cougars went on to play
collegiately. Graham joked
that he tried to convince his
new school that he could work
both jobs "but that wasn't
gonna fly" with the adminis-


tration at Bloomingdale
Graham's hands should be
full enough. Less than a week
into his new duties, Graham
had to handle a bomb threat
Tuesday.
"I'm used to dealing with
discipline. Now it's what I do
all day, just in a totally differ-
ent regard," he said. And
there's one other tough part to
the job that he is adjusting to.
"I'm sitting behind a desk
and I'm wearing a tie ... and
my knees are covered by long
pants," Graham said. "It used
to take me five minutes to get
ready, just throwing on a T-
shirt and some shorts. Now
there's all this planning in
advance, Donna pressing the
pants over the weekend. But
I'm getting used to it."


FOOTBALL
Continued From Page 19
an area, anywhere, on grass,"
Long said. "It's been hard to
try and line up 11 people at the
same time. Really, we just
need a couple of dry days in a
row. (Monday) was dry, but
then at night we got ham-
mered with rain. But we real-
ize we haven't been hit as hard
as other areas when it comes
to weather."
Long said the aspect of the
team that has been held back
the most is special teams,
.simply because coverage drills
on long kicks cannot be
staged.
That will change when the
new Raider Stadium turf is


set.
As for the team, Long said
the main issues through one
week were the search for play-
ers to step into the wide
receiver, defensive back and
linebacking roles.
Durant, like Plant City,
missed just one day of practice
due to the hurricane. Always-
working Cougar head coach
Mike Gottman said he could
tell the difference when the
team got back to work
Monday.
"It was ugly. We were just a
little rusty," he said. "When I
evaluate a practice, I look for
consistency and our consis-
tency was not up to par."
Up through last Thursday,
Gottman was happy, espe-
cially with the emergence of


defensive linemen Mark
Hughes and Frank D'Amico.
The Cougars only have two
returners at the position.
Both schools practiced in
shorts the first three days ol
the week before putting the
pads on for the first time
Thursday.
Gottman got up at 3:30 in
the morning Friday to board
up his house, and by 9:30 had
everything done.
Just a few hours later came
the news that Hillsborough
County was fortunately going
to be spared the brunt ol
Charley.
"I knew it was going to be a
mess if we got hit," Gottman
said. "It would have been a
real bad deal. Missing one day
of practice, I'll take that."


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Troop seeks trailer
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seeks donations of canoes and
a trailer to haul gear.
Call: Morris Haas, 988-4459.

Art shows
East Hillsborough Art Guild
will be displaying art through
August by the following artists
at the locations below:
Bruton Memorial Library
- Austin Dodson, master of
fine arts, Pennsylvania
Academy of the Fine Arts.
Florida Blood Services in
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Greater Plant City Cham-
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Park Side Cafe mother/
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rows, collage; Nancy Smith.
Orange Blossom Tea
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Paso Fino Association -
Jossie de Q. Azorin.
The Plant City Courier/
Tampa Tribune Erika Grand,
Jamie Hamblin.
For information about the
artists or exhibits, call exhibi-
tion Jossie de Q. Azorin at 754-
2366.


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Plant City Family YMCA,
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following:
Registration for four-on-
four men's basketball lasts
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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
offered 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.

Home ownership help
The U.S. Department of
Agriculture's Rural Develop-
ment 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 complimen-
tary 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,
Brussels, Zurich, Frankfurt,
Germany, Glasgow, 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.

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

Archery tournament
Doyen Sawmill Archery
hosts an archery tournament
every third Saturday 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
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Employment Program 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 Alli-
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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.
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RESOLUTION NO.148-2004
A RESOLUTION OF THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITYOF PLANT CITY FLOR-
IDA, SUSTAINING AND AF-
FIRMING THE NOTICE AND
ORDER OF CONDEMNA-
TION AFFECTING THE
PROPERTY LOCATED AT
404 SOUTH FAISON
STREET.
WHEREAS in accordance
with Chapier 78, Article IX,
Plant City Code the Build-
ing Inspector of the City of
Plant City did on February
17, 2004 issue a Notice and
Order of Condemnation af-
fecting the premises here-
inafter described, which
Notice and Order of Con-
demnation was served in
accordance with Section
78-724, Plant City Code on,
ON HENRY CALLOWAY and
JUNE CALLOWAY, the own-
er(s) of said premises: and
WHEREAS, said owners of
said premises have failed
to comply with or appeal
from such order within the
time therein fixed, and the
matter has thereupon been
referred to this City Com-
mission; and
WHEREAS, this City Com-
mission afforded the op-
portunity to Henry Callo-
way and June Calloway to
show cause why such de-
molition abd removal
should not be ordered on
August9,2004, in theSadye
Gibbs Martin Audiitorium
of the Nettie Berry Draugh-
on Municipal Building (City
Hall) in Plant City, Florida,
and Henry Calloway and
June Calloway failed to ap-
pear before this City Com-
mission on this date; and
WHEREAS, this City Com-
mission has fully and care-
fully considered all the evi-
dence in this matter in-
cluding the record of the
Building inspector and be-
ing fully advised in the
premises,
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANTCITY, FLOR-
IDA:
SECTION 1. In accordance
with Chapter 78, Article IX,
Plant City Code, the City
Commission hereby finds
that the building or struc-
ture described as:
Lot 23, Faison and Lowry
Subdivision, according to
the map or plat thereof as
recorded in Plat Book 2,
Page 26, of the Public Re-
cords of. Hillsborough
County, Florida,
is by reason of deteriora-
tion, structural defects,
and improper design, dan-
gerous to surrounding
Buildings and the occu-
pants thereof, a menace to
public health, a fire hazard,
and unsafe so as to render
the use of public streets
dangerous, and that said
building or structure is de-
teriorafed and defective to
such an extentthat the cost
of restoration or repair
would exceed 50% of the
value of such building or
structure after such repair
or restoration; and said
building or structure is
thereby a nuisance as de-
fined in Chapter 78, Article
IX, Plant City Code, and is
subject to condemnation in
conformity with the provi-
sions of said article.
SECTION 2. The City Com-
mission further finds that
the said owners) has


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(ailed to snow by compe
tent evidence, that the said
building or structure does
not constitute a nuisance
as defined in said chapter,
or that a con stitutional
right has been violated.
SECTION 3. That the Notice
and Order of Condemna-
tion issued by the Building
Inspector of the City of
Plant City on February 17
2004, is ereby sustain
and affirmed, and that the
said owners) shall have
thirty (30) days from the
date of this resolution with-
in which to comply with
said notice and order. That
upon failure of Henry Callo-
way and June Calloway to
comply with said notice
and order within said time,
the City Manager shall
thereupon demolish and
remove such building or
structure by independent
contractor submitting the
lowest and best bid there-
for, and the costs thereof
shall be reported to the
City Commission for as-
sessment against the real
property upon which such
costs were incurred.
SECTION 4. That the City
Clerk shall forthwith fur-
nish a copy of this resolu-
tion by certified mail, to
Henry Calloway and June
Calloway.
Adopted by the City Com-
mission on August 9,2004.
Michael S. Sparkman
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
Virginia L. Helper
City CLerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
N06980 8/19/2004
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No: 04-DR-12253
Division: R
MARIO A REYES MARTINEZ
Petitioner
and
SABRINA CASTILLO DE
REYES
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE
TO: SABRINA CASTILLO DE
REYES who address is un-
known
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on Mario
A. Reyes whose address is
2505 W. Lowry Ave, Plant
City, FLorida 33563 on or
before Agust 30 2004 and
file the original with the
clerk of this Court at 302 N.
Michigan Ave, Plant City,
FL 33563, Hillsborough
County before service on
Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do
so, a default may be en-
tered against you for the
relief demanded in the pe-
tition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, includ-
ing orders, are available at
the Clerk of the Circuit


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Court's office. You may re-
view these documents up-
on request.
You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current ad-
dress. (You may file Notice
of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.)
Future papers in this law-
suit will be mailed to the
address on record at the
clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires cer-
tain automatic disclosure
of documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, includ-
ing dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
Dated 7/30/04
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
BY: ELLEN P. NEUBAUM
Deputy Clerk
NO:6732 8/5;12;18;26,2004
NOTICE OF SALE
I n accordance with the pro-
visions of Florida law, there
being due and unpaid
charges for'which the un-
dersigned is entitled to sat-
isfy an owner's lien of the
good hereinafter described
and stored at Uncle Bob's
Self Storage located at:
1005 S. Alexander St., Plant
City Florida 33563.
813-759-9526. And, due no-
tice having been given, to
the owner of said property
and all parties known to
claim an interest therein,
and the time specified in
such notice for payment of
such having expired, the
goods will be sold at public
auction atthe above stated
address to the highest bid-
der or otherwise disposed
of on Wednesday, Septem-
ber 8,2004 at 9:30am.
TIARA ROGERS
Household goods,
bicycle, misc
ERWINWESTMORELAND
Household goods, boxes
STEVEN P. GONZALEZ
Household oods, TV, misc
RAVEN RICHWINE
Household goods, tools,
misc
CATHERINE MILLER
Household goods, furni-
ture, boxes
NO.8149 08/19/04,08/26/04
PLANT CITY HOUSING
AUTHORITY
1306 LARRICK LANE
PLANT CITY, FL 33563
NOTICE
The Housinq Authority of
Plant City will be accepting
low-rent Public Housing
Applications for two and
three bedroom units. Appli-
cations will be accepted on
Tuesday Sept 7 and
Wednesday, Sept 8 from
8:00 AM. until 3:00 PM. in
order to process your ap-
plication you must bring
with you: All family meme-
bers Social Security Cards,
copy of Birth Certificates,
Photo ID and Proof of any
income. The Applications
will be accepted at 1306
Larrick Lane, Plant City, FI.
NO:7013 8/19;26,2004
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE .
Notice is hereby given that
on AUGUST 20, 2004 at
10:00 am at Rentlok Self
Storage 1205 S. Alexander
St., Plant City, FL will
conduct a sale for cash to
the highest bidder or
otherwise dispose of the
contents of rental units
leased to and believed to
contain the following
UNIT: 8517 HEATH SCOTT
Household/Furniture
UNIT:8313 MICHAEL PERRY
Furniture/Vacumn
UNIT: 8324 ROBIN Handley
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These sales are being held
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2BR 1V/BA w/detached,
legal, 1/1 rental unit,
rents for $700/mo
$369,000 *813-841-1980






I(HOUSE-
SOUTH TPA-OPEN Sat &
Su 1-4.3718 W.Santiago
St. Beautiful Spanish 2
sty-cb/stucco bit '89.
3/22b. Mint! $445 000
813-690-7704 Bkrs OK
1102 1Northwest
C'wood-Logan Gate Vl3.
7324 Monterey Blvd. 3/2
+ FR w/bit ins scrn pa-
tio CHA backto woods,
FSBO, $159,500. By appt.
only 813-264-9680.
CARROLLWOOD BEAUTY,
3 br 2 ba, 2000+ sf +
pool, $10K below
market. $259,950. Fast
closing, bought another.
813-960-1818
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easier than playing it.
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1102 Northwest I
HERITAGE HARBOR 6/2.5
3CG, 3060sf many up-
grades Ig lot in golf
course comm. Only
F295K. Bay Vista Realty,
iana Barsch 245-3971

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BAYFAI1LR

Keystone Shores Estate
in Odessa. Move in now!
Builders Custom Home
4,276 s.f. 5BR 4.5 Baths
Game Room, Pool & Spa
Price Just Reduced
$800's Call 727-376-3900
For & appointment Also
visit our decorated
Model in Champions
Club in Trinity Open
Mon-Sat 10-5 Sun 12-6
LUTZ 8.8 acres on Ski
Lake, brand new 4BR,
2V'2BA, 5600sf under
roof,3300 livingw/926sf
lanai, deed restricted
community. $785,000.
Call (813)376-6714
NORTH TAMPA OWNER
FINANCE, you pick the
home, will owner fi-
nance ANY HOUSE. 5%
down low payments.
(813) 431-2046
WESTCHASE-West Pk
Vill, 4br/3/ba w/ full
garage apt. on park
3373s, gated, upgrades
galore, ots of ammen.
539.680 813-920-7253
103 Northeast/
1"3 New Tampa

NEW TAMPA 3Br, 2Ba,
2Car. YB= 1995, 1835 SF,
tile/wood floors, over-
sized lot, lawn maint by
Neigh. AS.,sC. $198.900.
1-6E6 .=,63-9909
TAMPA PALMS-2br town
home with den, 2V/2ba,
lcq, 1877SF, appliances,
tiled, 1st floor, screened
porch, gated community,
$185,000.813-817-8747
East
104 Hillsborough

APOLLO BEACH, Coving-
ton Park, new 3/2,
1800sf allf app, man
upgrades, po pond, wa
t pool 1 par.. 202u
81i3 781 6993 Avail OC
BRANDON 3 br, 2 ba
1950's ranch updated to
today lifestyle. 134
Ruby Circle 813-662-9206
138,000 17bOsf 2 car
garage
BRANDON Open House,
By Owner, 3br 2ba 2cg,
Lg Yd pool, Cony to
School Churches Shop-
ping 710 Bama Rd.
$184,900 Sat & Sun
12-4pm; 813-657-9072




PLANT City Country
Hills, 3/2/2, 1998, CB,
split, pool-solar-chId
fence++ Ig scrn porch.
Nice family area.
$139,900.813-719-6380
SEFFNER New by Con-
tractor, 3/2/1, all appli-
ances, many upgrades,
approx 1300 SQFTIg lot.
$130K,813-933-9779,
933-1930, 629-7883
SPRINGHEAD Area BY
OWNER, 3BR/2BA, 2.5
acres 813-716-4059 or
813-764-9747 or
813-716-4218
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114 1 Waterfront
OPEN HOUSE SUN 12-4
Mini Lakefront Estate
12721 Lacey Dr. 7/4/2,
4000sftota, pool, dock.
$379,900 727-841-8100
www.RTOPasco.com
116CI Citrus
COUNTRY LIVING AT
IT'S BEST!
1 acre homesite with 3
bedroom, 2 bath new
home of Merit with
warranty. Driveway
deck, stainless steel
appliance pkg. Must
see! Call 352-621-9183
TRIPLE WIDE ON 1 ACRE
3 bedroom, 2 baths,
Country kitchen
w/island, beautiful oak
cabinets, glamour bath,
circular drive, 12x20
deck. Acre fully cleared.
20K under appraised
value. Call to view
352-621-0119
116S Central
116 Pasco
LAND 0 LAKES Oakstead
3br 2ba 2cg Maint free
villa, 1595sf, full appli
pkg. Clubhouse, Pool,
grades, Scrn Lanai.

11211 Condominiuml
NEW Tampa/Hunters
Green 2BR, 2BA, 1300SF,
pool view, 2nd fir, W/D,
scrnd patio. Immaculate
FSBO, $125,000. Call
Keith 813-639-4279
1123 1Townhouses
BRANDON, FSBO. Osprey
Run 3br, 2.5 ba, 1506 sf,
scrd lanai on pond,
gated. Beautifully
ecorated. $129,900.
813-621-8867
11241 Time Share
JUPITER FL Sheraton PGA
Resort, RCI Member,
1Br/2Ba, full kitchen,
golf course comm. Lists
14500. NEED CASH!
$4500.813-323-4050
Timeshare Resales!
Buy/Sell/Rent. No Com-
missions, No Appraissal
Fees. Buyers List Avail-
able. Member of BBB.
Don't Wait-Call Now!
(888)268-7429.
I I Homesites &
125 1 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
LITHIA 1 ac corner lot,
Fenced, septic, well &
electricity, trees & some
landscaping. Has older
maf home & 3 car gar.
Buyer responsibility to
move. $39,000. For more
info CALL DORIS WHITE
863-651-1154, ERA Mer-
line Parker Realty
863-293-4116
LITHIA, 1.2 acre zone AR-1
trees & big yards, $50K
813-737-5051
Located within minutes
of Dwntn Tampa & Ybor
City. 50x98 buildable lot
for single family home.
Great deal for $25,000.
Won't last! 813-227-9792
LOTS FOR RENT! Move In
Special! Briarwood Mo-
bile Home Comm. 4002
Smith Ryals Rd, Plant
City. 813-737-2110.
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LOTS IN BULK Packages
in FL. Pt. Charlotte,
Ocala, Orlando, St Lucie,
Tampa and more.
wholesale land agent.
360-509-4804
Sun City Ctr. Area
$40 000 for acre lot
Cal Matt 813-781-3378
or Dennis 813-927-4669
WANT TO BUY
Building Lots.
Terry D. Speer Construc-
tion Inc. (813) 764-8030
1126 Acreage I
PASCO St Leo
6 acres with stream, both
wooded and open. Very
nice piece of pro0ert.
813-787-8200
You Iust can't Top a Con-
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fied when shopping for
another Auto!
5 ACRES Great Location-
Hwy 50 near 175. Borders
State preserve. Cleared
property with nice Oaks.
Won't last long. $78K.
(727)786-8176
Florida Real
138 IEstate

LAKE CITY & N. FLORIDA-
Residential Waterfront
Land. Daniel Crapps RE
Agency; For Info all:
Mllard Gillen
(386)365-7001
North Florida Land Sale
Madison and Suwannee
County. High and Dry. 10
acres. From $37,955.
$495.00 down and
389.00 monthly. Jim
ean Real Estate
1-800-722-5326
www.jimjean.com
PORT ST. LUCIE, INDIAN
LAKES, VERO, NORTH
PORT CHARLOTTE &
PALM BAY LOTS Owner
Fin Avail. Prima Proper-
ties 561-575-1440 Check
our web site for prices,
sizes & maps www.pri-
ma-properties.com
Spot Advertising Works
River Bargain with direct
access to the Harris
Chain of Lakes in Lake
County. 3BR/3BA, Large
Workshop, Screened La-
nai with new hot tub. Re-
cently remodeled. Boat
house with dock and
boat lift. Extra water-
front lot included.
$279,000.352- 694-2345
WAKE UP TO Vacation Ev-
eryday! N. Central Flori-
da Land Sale. 1-5 acres.
Owner Finance Avail-
able. 15 yrs @ 8.5% In-
terest. Thompson
Group. Inc. Owner/Bro-
ker Cari-Anne Powell
Agent 352-378-4814
ttgcarri@aol.com
www.NFLLAND.com
1143 Out Of State
A free brochure and pro-
motional key chain.
Western Carolina
Homes & Land, Inc., we
offer the best mountain
properties in North Car-
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1-800-924-2635
www.westerncarolina-
homesandland.com
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1/2 Football Field Sized
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S143 1 out Of State I
ASHEVILLE, N.C. area BIG
WATER. 81G VIEWS
Brearntiaknq r, mountain
nomesies! Paved
Roads, Clubhouse, Fish-
ing, Appalachian Trail.
20% OFF limited time
(866)411-LAND. Bear
River Lodge/Landtrust
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 avall-
able. White sandbeach-
es, azure blue water,
world class fishing & re-
laxation. Call Fred
772-263-3776 Real Es-
tate of Florida.
Classified Ads Prices
well within sight A se-
lection that's just right!
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-
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Cherokee Mountain Re-
alty. 1285 West US Hwy
64 Murphy, NC 28906
www.cherokeemoun-
tainrealty.com
BREAK OUT Of the city
Wake up to vacation ev-
eryday. North Central
Florida Land Sale! 1-5
acres. We offer: Low
Down, Low Monthly
Fixed interest at 8.5%
Call today! Cari-Anne
Powell, Agent C.F. Fred-
erickThompson, RE Bro-
ke r/O w n er
352-378-4814 ttgcar-
r i @ aol .co m
www.NFLLAND.com
Buy Mountain Land Now!
5 acres, high altitude
spectacular view, paved
road, driveway, house
site. $35000 Owner fi-
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Call owner (800)810-
1590. www.
moutainoverlookproper-
ties.com
Come To The Beautiful
Mountains of Murphy.
N.C. Call For a Free ro-
chure Investors Realty
1-800-497-3334 Email:
investorsrlt@cablet-
vonline.net Lake Lots
$89,000 New Log Home
on Pond $119,500 Vaca-
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torsrealtyinc.com
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1143 1 Out Of State |
GEORGIA H-itorc St.
Mary's Coastal Commu
nty. CumberIand Har.
bour. Homesites cane
pied by ancient oaks,
edged by beautiful wa-
terways, breathtaking
vistas, ocean access.
Early purchase incen-
tives & selection reser-
vations. Information
1-888- 231-5263.
GEORGIA, WARE COUNTY
888 (+/-) Acres Plant
able Land 8 E~cellent
Hunting. About 312
Acres Planted Loblolly
Pines Balance Cut Over.
$1500/acre (Own-
er/Broker) Daniel
Crapps Agency ol Geor-
gia. Inc. Realtor
866-915-2637
LAKE BARGAIN $24,900.
Free covered boat slip!
Gently sloping lake view
parcel w/nice mix of low
rolling meadows &
trees. Abuts national
forest on 35,000 acre
recreational lake in
TENN. Paved roads, wa-
ter, sewer, more. Excel-
lent financing. Call now
(800)704-3154, ext. 483,
Sunset Bay, LLC.
LAKE BARGAIN $24,900.
Free covered boat slipi
Gently sloping lake view
parcel w/nice mix of
low rolling meadows &
trees. Abuts national
forest on 35,000 acre
recreational lake in
TENN. Paved roads, wa-
ter, sewer, more. Excel-
lent financing Call now
1-800-704-3154 ext. 482,
Sunset Bay, LLC
MOUNTAIN CABIN you
finish interior, breeze,
view, large public lake
and waterfall nearby,
$89,900, 336 973-0357
NCmountainproper-
ty.com
MOUNTAIN LOG HOME-
2.3 Acres/$59,900/NC
Mountains-New 1,300
square foot log home
package & beautiful
mountain parcel. Big
views and high eleva-
tion. (800)455-1981. Ext
234.
N.C. Mountains
Cabin/$84,900
4 acres w/ne* log cabin
shell in secluded set-
ting. Other acreage
available with stunning
views! Excellent financ-
ing. 828-247-0081.
N.C. MTNS- New Log Cab-
in, 1230 Sq. Ft Easy to
Finish, Secluded Cabin
on Beautifully Wooded
Acreage. Fronting Small
Stream. Only $73,900.
Owner/Broker ...
828-625-4884
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS 4 acres w/
new log cabin shell in
secluded mountain set-
ting. State Park & Lakes
nearby. $84900. Acre-
age available w/ stun-
ning mountain views.
Excellent financing. 1-
828-247-0081.
RECREATIONAL PROPER-
TY 5 Acrei w, Woods,
Great Cabin Site Excel-
lent Hunting. SE Ohio
$19 900 Owner Financ-
ing 740-489-9146
Tennessee Lakefront
Sale! 5 acre lake view
only $39,000! Great
Views. moderate cli-
mate. Excellent financ-
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Manufactured
Homes

150 I Mobile Home
1 ,1 Sales

14 & 16 Wides New 04's
Low as $23,500
Del- Set up AC Skirt
More Sq. Feet for the $$
Banks -(863) 688-4635
Lakeland Nearl-4&98
SELakeland, Purchase'98
2BR/2BA 16x66 w/CH/A
& more for $19,995 or
Rent to Own $4000
down. Move In Now.
May trade boat etc.?
Owner 863/293-0950
Mobile
155 Homes In
Parks
UTHIA Beautiful 2br/lba
MH in smalll familypark
ready to move in $6500.
Call 813-728-6402 or
813-340-8706
PLANT CITY 3/2 2001
Palm Harbor, many ex-
tras $50K 407-301-3878
PLANT CITY, MUST sell in
Magnolia Hills, Gated
55+ retirement Com-
munity. Fleetwod 24X64
M.H. Modern upgrades.
Call for all details.
813-759-2909
Sheldon Rd Area, 3br,2ba
in family mobile park.
Ownerfinancing.
Call Toni
813-748-8588

Mobile
165 Homes With
Property
SPRINGHEAD Handyman
Special MH- 14x56 2BR
on 1.25 acre fenced yard
with remote gate open-
er, 10x15 storage shed
32 ft above ground pool
$44,900. Nice area.
813-752-8142
THONOTOSASSA: Fully
renovated 3/2, 1,200/
1,700 manufactured on
5,400 fenced sq ft. Con-
do assoc. $80/mo cov-
ers pool, water. $77,000.
813-817-3339,
mattmediafla.com
180
Commercial Prop.
Lease


180B Lease

750 sf office space @1804
W. Baker St., excellent
location. $750/mo.
(813)764-8030
East Tampa-Commercial
/Business/Office Space
For Rent 810sfw/
bathroom & A/C. $800/
mo. 2705 E. HannaAve.
Call 813-690-2354
Plaza Place, SouthShore
Office Park Sun Point
Shopping Cntr
Banking/Office/Retail
All sizes 813-641-2800
www.PhaganDev.com
I0 Retail
180 Space

3600 sq it Office or Retail
space. Next to Home De
pot in Valrico. Signage
available on hwy 60
813-368 5343.

FLORIDA Ave 2000 MOL
sqft,$.55sqftNNN. store
fix & counter incl. Walk
in cooler. avail immed.
Call Terrn C21 Shaw.
813 766-1532
1Warehouse
180D Business
Park Space
East Tampa-Commercial
/Business,'Warehouse
Space. 5000s[. 50'xl00'
w/20' high block walls.
$2.000/mo.2705E.
Hanna Ave. 813 690 2354
200-249
Rentals

1200 | Rooms/Rent I
NEW TAMPA unfurn mas-
ter br w/own bath. in
2000sqft 3,'2 turn home.
Scrn patio, comm pool.
lnsideLndry.$600+ half
until. 81 38339938
Efficiencies & rooms for
rent. Day/Week. Down-
town location. Apply
Wilson Ct Motel 301 .
Thomas 813.752-1227
in Accom. To
202 Share

USF area horme to share 2
bedroom available tor
student in nice nome to
share w other students.
385.00 1, 4 util. (321)
223-8146


I 204 Apts. Fum. I
BAYSHORE-l block
beaut;lully remodeled
.ludio w, pool. Utiltes
& deluge pkg satelite
incl. $800/mo.
813-220-2736
S205 Apartments
205 Unfurnished

BRANDON Area I MONTH
FREE/Proofof credit
1 & 2 Bedroom Apts
Free Cable. Senior dis-
counts. El Dorado Apts
Call 813-689-3658
EAST TAMPA waterfront
single unit, 2br/lba, no
pets. W/D water, sew-
er, trash, basic sat TV
local phone, free boat
slip incl. Close to Cross-
town. Great View!
$795mo 813-247-1250
FREE Vz MONTHS RENT
MOVE-IN BY 8/31
1 & 2 BR's, Nice & Clean
Plant City
813-754-2200
TOWNSGATEAPTS
Palma Ceia/South Tpa.
Charming recently re-
modeled Ibr furnished
& unfurn apts. Wd firs
W/D CHA, claw foot
bathtubs, off stpkg +
more. $900-110e/mo.
813-404-6172
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's&
IBR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
PLANT CITY spacious bot-
tom floor studio with
partition bedroom,
fenced landscaped back
yard, electric & water in-
cluded, $525 mo. 1st &
Last = $200 deposit.
813-754-4442
Plant City
SUMMER SPECIAL
$200 off 1st months Rent.
1 Bedrooms $420
Very Clean, Must See!
Grove Court Apts
813-752-7398
STAMPA,2/2.5, gorgeous
twnhs, 1200+ sq,W/D,
pool, CHA, closeto AFB,




2/1 $925 & $875
hard wood floors, pool,
PRIME location
Call 813-300-4501

ST. Joseph Medical Distr.
$499*
Any Size Apartment
DLimited Offer

Moves You In
Tampa's best location
Great floor plans
Eat-in kitchen
Screened porch
CALL TODAY! 234-8981
TEMPLE TERRACE
Puritan Place*
Affordable community!
Spacious1,2 &3 Br Apts
Recently Renovated ext
New Playground, 2pools!
Picnic &Bar-B-Q Area,
Great Neighborhood
Public Transportation
Income guidelines apply
for move-in specials
call* 813-988-6112
TEMPLETERRACE
Stop Looking, start living
$199 DWN'/IOFF 1ST MO
1 Bedrooms
Immediate Occupancy
813-985-8911
TOWN N' COUNTRY
North Bay Village Condo
1100sf, gated comm,
2br/2ba, screen patio,
very clean $895/mo
813-661-9068
WESTPORT COMMONS
SEC. 8 APTS/NEW!
1-2-3 Bedrooms
Dishwasher, carpeting,
laundry room, cePrl
ate community.
SE HABLA ESPANOL
Call Connie:
(813) 254-1436 or
254-5816
| Duplex/ [
I 207 Triplex

Plant City 2BR/1BA du-
ple w/d hook-up, tile &
carpet. $600 mo + $400
deposit 813-752-7376
S n I Houses
"'"l Unfurnished
BAYSHORE-Howard, 3 2.
hdwd llrs. scrn porch.
yard care. trees. Incd
backyard, garage, exc
neighborhood 1st last
$1495.,mo 813 253-3968
Brandon, 4,.2,2 Hm, Pool,
'2 acre $1525 Mo. .ncl.
pool service.
Call Brenda Carter
Keller Williams Realty
813-689-8483
BRANDON/Seffner 3br
2'2ba Icg. 2 sty. Nevv.
Ready Sep 1. 130851 (liv)
1827 (lolal), a1l appl's.
yd ma nm $950-$1 10btoo
813657 ]458:505-1039
CORK Country Cottage
lust remodeled 2br
w*,CHA. lenced yard.
$775. mo + security.
813.752.4235
DOVER, CUTE. Ibrliba
h,'a. part Iurn, nice quite
rnel gorh'ho:,d. tencd
yard, 3. 5.81 3477 4646
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AUGUST 19,2004 THE COURIER 23

10 Houses j I212A Townhouse I
210 Unfumrnished WESTCHASE AREA

LAKE PLACID, 3br/2ba 2br/2/2 ba, 1200sf, pool
attach garage, screen tennis courts, gated
back porchallappllanc- comm,$900/mo +
es, in Leisure Lakes $6O0/dep Avail 10/01
Sbdv. $700/mo + 1 mo 813-787-3149
sec dep.502-222 0855 Mobile
Lexington Oaks, ne 215 I Homes
home on 0.lf crc. 4Dr,
2ba, tennis, pool, gym, 1BrApts& 1&2 Bedrm
great for active adults. MHs. mile S of 14 on
1500/mo No pets. (813) Forbes Rd.813-752-5234
948-3543 / 913-980-6805 A O i r m
LUTZ 4br/2ba, in grand $425 mo $2o0 deposit
ooR fI cul-de-sac FR NO PETS 986-2737
LR, 6Rbonus rm, fncd NO PETS 986-2737
yd, oversized pror. DURANT Area 2BR/1BA
$1400/mo. 734 private lot NO PETS,
Lynnette 813-949-2932 813-737-2108
LUTZ Hwy 41/54. New 4br Plant City: lbr with air,
3ba 3c gar, in upscale $200 deposit $90/week.
gated neighborhood on 863-647-5008; 398-2651
pond, 2700 sq ft, man Plant City-2 &3BRMH's&
pgrades,8n $1179 1BR apt RV lots. 9am-
mo. Jenny 813-956-1169. 5p M-F 813-754-6932
NEW PORT RICHEY BrandR/
New 3br 2ba DuplexesP TCon
AII Ap liIncl .W D acre private lot
Alarm, Hanaycap rriend- hencedleH/An W/m
Iy.Sec8OK.Smpet OK. hook-up clean $530. mo
$825/mo 813-263-83280K- PlussOdeosit Please
Call 813-787-4480 or
NEW SUBDIVISION 813-753-1880 after
GRAND OPENING! 9PM
OPEN MON-SAT 10-SPM, PLANT City Asthma Suf-
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813-841-3071 Larry Homes. 813-754-3492
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14101 Furniture I
Sectional couch w/bed &
dbl recliner,
Blue/Mauve pattern.
Incl. 1 end & 1 coffee tbl
$300.5 Pc bdrm set$200.
19" remote color TV $50.
Microwave $20.
813-498-1466,
270-748-2462
Sectional, Hunter Green,
dual recliners, exc cond.
Bought at Southern
Hosplity. Pd $2400.
$800obo. 813-754-8181

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
2-piece sectional dual
recliner, $400. Please
call 813-363-2282
SOFA & LOVESEAT, all
LEATHER, beautiful
Bassett, 2 mos new, w/
warr Worth $2800 Sell
$149b0.727-725-2708
CLASSIFIED CAN!
Searching fora place to
put your talents to work?.
Classified can get the job
done! And if you're i
ing we can introduce
you to applicants of ev-.
ery kind. Turn to our
ages & you'll find that
Classified has a position
open in every profession
Sofa &Loveseat
Unclaimed Layaway
Re=. $689.00; Payoff
ba ance $495. or
assume $20.00 payments
B&B FACTORY OUTLET
813-759-8864
Summer Wicker SALE.
Unique wicker & rattan
furniture. All weather
wicker patio sets/
access. & gifts. Forever
Wicker 813-948-4802
TEAKWOOD FURNITURE
Patio Tables Beds
Armoires & Chairs
8717 40th St Tampa
Mon-Sat10-6p
.Chris 813-294-1627
WALL UNIT, lighted 7 pc.
white oak w/match
coffee & end tbls & curo
cab. $1500. DR SET
Lexington, white oak, 2
leafs, 8 thrs; full sz
lighted hutch match
server cab. $1500. All
exc. cond. 813-684-5169
Washer & Dryer GE- Repo
Pay off bal. $295 Cash
or $20.00 Payments
B & B OUTLET
813-759-8864
1415 |1 Carpeting I
2 New Indian Rugs 100%
Artificial Silk 8x11. Qum
Design. Value $9800,
Asking $4500. Tibrez De-
sign, Value $8900 Ask-
ing $4,000. Both for
$8,000. Appraisels In-
cluded. 813-651-0960
1416 | Appliances I
Appliances-Absolute
Lowest $ Guaranteed.
Delivery. Woody's
Appliances, $74.50, up.
7604 Broadway626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
Spot Advertising Works
**APPLIANCES**
USED WITH WARRANTY
From$99*
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
4000 W.Kennedy
281-0777
PARTS TODAY
11900N. Nebraska
972-4242
Mom & Pops Applianc--
es $75&aup, W/D,Stove
& Refr. 10014 30th St.
Free Delivery
813-632-9620; 335-5788
STOVE 30" $95. REF $219
Washer/Dryer Save $200.

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

WASHER & DRYER
Nice condition with war-
ranty $200. Can Deliver.
813-626-3754
WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
Don 813-300-6714
We buy junk appliances &
ACs for $2 each. Call
right now while the
truck is in your area.
813-785-5475
17 Telephones/
41 Pagers

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


41 Air
18 Conditioners

AC'S NEW IN BOX! Whole-
sale prices w/5-10 year
factory warrty.! Homes
& Mobile Homes. Exam-
S le: Mobile Homes 2-ton
$790;2'/ 2-ton $840; 3-ton
90- 31/2 -ton $970 4-ton
$1,060. Can install-Free
Same day delivery avail.
Credit Cards Okay. Lic.
#RM0031291. Call Sonia
or Ron: (727) 505-8738
A/C's ALL New in Box All 5
ur Factory Warranty, All
Homes, Sizes: Example
Mobile Homes, 2-ton
$790, 2V -ton $840,
S3-ton $890, 3'/2-ton
$970, 4-ton $1060, Can
Install Lic RM0031291
Call Lori 813-453-9033
NEW**S/DENT
RECONDITIONED UNITS
You Deserve the Best
Prices, Service & In-
stalls. We Do It Right The
First Time! #RA0039944
REMINGTON AIR 971-2206
Used Mobile Home & Cen-
tral Systems. 2-5 tons.
$200 & up w/warranty.
Can Install I. Repair work
also. NTA CAC 1813656.
813-748-9265 -907-3838
4201 Musical
4 Instruments
Amps, Speakers, Wire-
less Mics Lighting,
Beamworks Inc. Rentals
& Sales. Best Gear, Best
Prices. (813)855-0709
beamworksinc.com

BASS & GUITARS
BAY AREA'S BEST!
USED VINTAGE- RARE
Repairs, Lessons
BUY SELL- TRADE
LEGENDS 813-348-0688.
BASSES (2) $1500 &
$3000, Case $200;
Guitarrone $450; Vihuella
$185 Cello $300
- 863-422-8129
DRUMS DRUMS
AJ's Pro Percussion
New- Used Vintage
Drum Lessons
We Buy Drums* Anything
Call A.J.813-353-1829




GUITARS 100s in stock
SFactory Authorized
DealerforFender, BC Rich
Gibson, Alvarez, Hamer,
Crate, Ovation, Austin
Takamine Kustom &
more $15 Guitar Lesson
JAM MUSIC 813-973-8430
SR 541/4 miW of 175
Guitars from........... $24.95
Elec. Guitars from....... $99
Trumpetsfrom....$149,95
Violins from.......... $99.95
Mic'sfrom.............. $19.95
PA's, complete at..... $249
Buy-Sell-Trade-Service
Paragon Music 876-3459
ORGAN, Gulbransen
Paragon, 2 keyboards +
foot pedals, beautiful
tone extras, bench,
$1825,813-626-6040
PIANO, 1921 cable Nelson
Vintage upright. Bench
included. Exc cond.
$950.727-515-9735

PIANO Cable Baby
Grand, walnut just
tuned, includes bench,
exc cond. $3300.
813-839-2133
PIANO, Hallet & Davis
upright, Walnut,
includes bench, music &
humidifier great shape
$750. obo. 813-689-3202
PIANOS cert.used Yama-
has, lOyrr war 200+ to
chose from. C-5$12K, C-3
$10K, C-2 $9K, U-3 $3K.
For appt 1-88-600-5188
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
Don't Buy A Piano
Until You TalkTo Us!
Best Prices In Tampa Bay
We Buy Factory Specials
New And Used
Yamaha, Kawai & More
Owner/Operator 27 Yrs
Call Ken 813-855-1227
44 Radio, TV, &
424" Stereo

FREE 4- ROOM DIRECTTV
SYSTEM includes instal-
lation! 4 MO. FREEpro-
gramming w/NFL Sun-
day Ticket subscription.
Over 205 channels! Lim-
itedtime offer.S & H.Re-
strictions Apply
(866)500-4056.
FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
SYSTEM, Including
Standard Installation! 4
Months Free Progam-
ming. Total Choice Pre-
mier with Local Chan-
nels. Over 205 Channels!
With Subscription to
NFL Sunday Ticket, $360
Value! Call Now to Or-
der! Direct Satellite TV
1-800-823-8595.
FREE 4-ROOM DTRECTV
SYSTEM inc. installa-
tion. 4 MO. Free pro-
gramming w/ NFL Sun-
day Ticke! subscription.
Over 205 channels! Lim-
ited time offer. S&H, re-
strictions apply.
1-800-260-2813
The Key To SAVINGS Start
Here m Classified!


S424 IRadio, TV, & I
4241 tereo
FREE DIRECT SATELLITE
TV system, call to get a
free DireclV system in-
stalled in your homefull
digital programming,
better than cable, you
will love it. Call for de-
tails DTVsatellite.com
1-800-352-9992
FREE DIRECT TV
SATELLITE SYSTEM. UP
TO 4 ROOMS INSTALLED
*.FREE*.
813-748-8854
FREE DIRECT SATELLITE
Free Get4 Months of225
channels Free 4 room
system installed Best
Offer Ever Program-
ming starts at only
$39.99 month
1-888-579-9831
TV 50" Hitachi Ultra
Vision, beautiful pic-
ture, many features,
great -condition $800.
13-719-8886
1427 | Electronics
TV, 20" DVD/VCR, micro-
wave all like new. Must
sell. Printer, scanner &
copier. Excellent price.
727-546-3515
8 Medical
428 Equip.

ABSOLUTELY NO cost to
you. New power wheel-
chairs, scooters and dia-
betic supplies. Call us
toll free 1-800-843-9199
Day / night to see if you
qualify
It's A Buyers' Market........
.........and Classified is the
BUYER'S MARKETPLACE!
ATTENTION DIABETICS!
Medicare Approved. No
Cost New Trackease/
Freestyle Meter. No
More Sore Fingers. Free
Home Delivery Nation-
wide. Family Owned. No
Forms To Fill Out. Call
For Details. 1-866-467-
6111.
FAMILY HEALTH CARE w/
Prescription Plan!
$69.95/mo; Best net-
work, best coverage. No
limitations, includes
Dental, Vision Pre-ex-
isting Cond. OK! Call:
WCS 1-800-288-9214 ext.
2332
LEVITRA VIAGRA Muscle
Relaner"' Order Online.
Pricebusterrx.com or
1-888-773-6230 FDA ap-
proved drug Soma, Tra-
madol, Carisoprodol,
Fioricel, Via ra Levitra
and more!!! US licensed
Physicians / Pharma-
cist. Overnight Shipping
including Saturday De-
livery.
MEDICARE DIABETICS -
FREE METER!!! No cost
Diabetes Supplies. DIA-
BETIC SHOES. No Cost to
You!!! Join Diabetes
Care Club. FREE Mem-
bership. FREE Delivery.
1-800-316-6391 .Cali
NOW!
NEW MOTORIZED
WHEELCHAIRS "No
Cost" if Eligible. Scooter
Type / Hospital Beds /
Manual Chairs. We Ac-
cept Medicare & Private
Insurance. Free Delivery
Helping Hands Medical
Equipment Call Toll-
Free 1-877-667-7088.
Hablamos Espanol.
ORDER MEDS ONLINE OR
BY PHONE Phentermine,
Soma, Ambien, Adipex,
Carisoprodol, Ultram,
Viagra, Methocarbamol,
Levitra. No previous
prescription required.
tall Toll Free
866-438-6656 or
www.integraRx.com
VIAGRA $2.50/dose -
CIALIS $3.50/dose Low-
est Price Refills Guaran-
teed! Free Shipping!
Why Pay More? Call
Now!! Prescription Buy-
ers Group
1-866-887-7283
Ace Motorchairs
Beds, Pwr & Man Chairs
Lifts, and Much More!
You May Qualify at
NO COST TO YOU!
813-269-8049
MEDICARE/MCAID/INS
nn I Office Equip. I
430u &Furniture

Arm Chairs Desks Files
Used Office Furniture
Specialist. Commercial
Qity. At wholesale pric-
es" EOF813-877-9400
Cubicles 8' x 8' Herman
Miller Al condiion
$649.00 6' x 6' Steel-
case Answer-2 yrs. new
$679.00 877-9400
Desks! Files! Chairs!
Largest quality selection
inTampaBay area!!
Unbeatable $$! E.O.F.
813-877-9317
Files Files Files
Commercial Grade & Qlty
5 Drawer Lat. Files $200
4 Drwr Vert. $49 like new
EOF 813-877-9400
WORKSTATIONS (50),
Hayworth, 8x8,1 flipper,
1 shelf, corner work sur-
face. grey in color. $550
Delivery ,. et up avail
aole. WE Buy Workst
tions.(727) 647-2170
We Buy Office Furniture!!
Top Dollar Paid $$$
Economy Office Furniture
813-877-9317


431 Computers & 1440Builder's
43 Equipment I Supplies


$99 Internet Ready
Computer. Laptops
starting at $149. 21"
monitors starting at $99
New systems starting at
$299.2316W.Linebaugh
PC Services 931.4976
ANEW 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 q u ired .
WWW.PCSFORALL.COM

ATX Cases $20.00
56K Modems $15.00
14-21" Monitors $20&UP
HPPrinters $30.00
Mice $4.00
TVs 30.00
Hard Drives 10.00
SDRAM $12.50
Motherboards 15.00
PII Computers 65.00
PIll Computers $ 00.00
Laptops $125.00
100's of Parts & Systems
**8-4:30M-F**
**813-886-1494**
COMPUTER REPAIRS &
UPGRADES! $40 TOTAL
FOR LABOR. WHY PAY
MORE? 813-681-6713
Dell P11I Systems
W/Monitor $100
Workstation from $75
813-635-9396
US301& Hwy60(Adamo)
Gateway Desktop, 17"
mon. Pill 933, 256 ram,
20 gig hd, $300 + tax.
Cash or check only.
813-884-4433 ext 242
Laptop, Below Whole$ale
New/Used! Dell, IBM!
Beat all prices. Wireless
Internet, leather case
avail. Startin @ $250.
100% FINANCING
813-GOT-LAPTOP
CALL 813-468-527.8
www.buzztech.net
ADVERTISE IN CLASS 631
AND SEE YOUR VAN GO!
Laptops-Affordable!
Free leather case
Visit our site at
www.BestChoicePC.com
813-892-5524
Ij2 Conmmercial
432 Equipment

CERAMIC comm'l equip, 3
Ig used kilns, 500-gal
slip tanks w/motor,
sanding mach, bonsai
pot molds & greenware.
13-996-5012A-f.9-5
Embroidery Machines k2)
6 head, 12needle, 2 head
12 needle, 2004 models
sm down pymt assume
sm lease, 407-880-6162
Riding Lawn Mower,
Gravely 0 turn radius 60"
cut. Asking $1500/obo
813-681-8223
TRASH PUMP, 3" whose
$675. GENERATOR 4KW
w/warranty, $775.
813-982-9335

I Restaurant/ I
434 Hotel Equip

BUDGET EQUIPMENT
RESTAURANT EQUIP.
NEW& USED-BUY& SELL
15510 N. Nebraska
M-Sat. 813-978-8085
Commercial Hood & Ansil
System, great condition
You buy6 You move.
813-926-1609
Want Ads
DELI MEAT SLICERS
&20qtMIXERS, all makes
& models, SS,. used,
some like new.
727-515-4501*584-9181
Freezer TRUE reach-in,
6X'x6' walk-in cooler,
meat slicer, 24" grill,
meatgrinder, steam ta-
ble, d/w. 813-495-4649
GRILLS, Walk-In Coolers,
Pizza Ovens, Mixers,
Hoods, Fryers Call
727-581-9293
PREP TABLES
48" BEV-AIR, mega top,
stainless steel, like new,
have (4), $600 each.
t 813-767-8255W
Walk-In Cooler, 14x22x8
with x2 56" Doors.
Excellent condition.
Call 727-581-9293
Store
435 Fixtures-
Equipment
Gondola Warehouse &
Parts Shelving. Show-
cases, Slatwall; Clothes
racks. Inventory Reduc-
tion Sale. 813-628-4332
PALLET RACK 8 Sections
9-96" x 36" Uprights
48 Beams, 48 Wired Shvs
Bought $2500 Sell $850.00
Call AJ. 813-353-1829
1 4 Builder's
440 Supplies

All Metals Roofing,
Standing Seam, root
pkg. Galvalume-Plus.
Snap-Lock Panels. Easy
to install Visa/'MC
accepted. 813-224-9060
BASE BOARD
Wood, new, 10,000' avail-
* able at $.25 per foot.
813-886-8494: 389-5336


CABINETS, brand new,
100% wood, cherry, ma-
ple and oak. Builder
pricing. Please call
813-241-4631
CABINETS*
Brand Names.
Best Prices in area!
Design & Installation.
Avail. 813-716-1966
CABINETS
Brand Names
KRAFTMAID, QUALITY
Wholesale Prices
Do It Yourself
Or We Design & Install
813-716-1966
CORIAN Counter tos.
100sf + ,likenev.i.:,n o
len ths w/ island-
$2500.813-835-1888

FENCESALE
6 X88 Board on Board
Only $19.95
Hurry While Supplies Last
813-681-6181
FLOORING
Prefinished oak still in
boxes, 2308sf. @i$2.25/sf.
Will split, 813-225-1298
GATES, New, Ornamental
Choose your design,
Approx 14' $775;
2 813-817-9871

MEXICANTILE*
ALL SIZES
FINISHED and RAW
*813-884-6127 *
Get in tune w/Classified's
selection of musical in-
struments in Class 420
Solid Oak Flooring, 3"
Thick, 2 /4" wide $1/sf,
Also available in3", 4" &
5" wide also Maple.
813-426-6470
STAIR TREADS
Maple, Oak, Walnut, etc.
813-426-6470
Stone Field, Flag,
Bolders, Patios,
Walls Ponds.
Call(727)207-7259
WINDOWS double hung
aluminum, 13, brand
new, never used. Best
Offer for complete set.
813-545-9490
Prefinished Brazilian
Cherry/Bamboo/Bruce
Oak Flooring. $2.89/sf.
813-426-6470
444 Sheds & [
444" Carport
METAL ROOFING: ALL
TYPES. Discount Pric-
ing! Buy Direct from
Manufacturer. Special-
izing in Commercial &
Residential Twenty (20)
colors with all accesso-
ries in stock. Quick turn-
around Save$$$ Call Toll
Free. 1-888-393-0335.
BUILDING SALE! "Rock
Bottom Prices!" Quick
Delivery. Beat Next
Price Increase. Go di-
rect/save.20x26. 25x30.
30x40. 35x60. 40x80.
45x90. 50x100. 60x180.
Others. Pio-
neer(800)668-5422.
3-STEEL BLDGS. 28x30
was $9,900, sell $5,190.
38x44 was $15,900, sell
$7,960. 48x166 was
$28,650, sell $16,770.1st
Come 1st Serve! Joe
(800)392-7817.
CLASSIFIED WORKS
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
installed; 18x21 Build-
ings from $2,375;
Califor More sizes
813-299-3798* 681-5468
SHED DISPLAY SALE
Heartland Industries
Big Savings. As-Is.
Where-Is. Cash & Carry.
813-876-4900 M-F
All Steel Building Invento-
ry Reduction! 20x40
$4500! 40x80 $10,900!
Other Sizes Call ASAP!
1-866-655- 3955
ALL STEEL BUILDINGS.
40x40, 50x80, 70x140.
Can Deliverf Charlie
(800)506-5160.
1,4481 Tools I
Factory Reconditioned
Tools: Generators pres-
sure washers, naiguns,
routers.& bits, sanders,
drill presses air com-
pressors, table saws,
etc. Porter Cable/Delta.
813-877-9585
TRAILER enclosed 6x12
single axle 1 year old
$2,000 OBO, (443)
271-0881


WOOD LATHE
$400.
813-996-4806
I Air
448I Compressors
Air Compressor, 5 hp
Compair. 60 gallon tank,
kept inside, exc cond.
Cost $2100 new asking
$800813-689-9565
I Machinery &
449 Heavy Equip.

2001 2070XL Mobark
Chipper w/Cummins
Diesel $14,900. 1993
1635A Rayco Grinder,
$5,900.813-651-2782


441 Machinery &
Heavy Equip.
Cincinnati #2 horizontal
& vertical. TbI 10.5x53.
#40 TaperSpindle. Full
tbi travel. Ingood running
cond. $1500. 8 ea Euro
Drive gearbox and mo-
tors. 1/4HP-2HP-3PH. 2
ea, powered conveyors
21 wide, 10ft long. $35d
each. 813-247-3099
Clark Forklift C50055,
5500 Ibs, LP gas,
standard upright.
Clark Forklift, electric/36
volts, 4000 Ibs, lifts 188",
48" fork.
Both reconditioned $3500
each obo 813-719-1367
4cn Sporting
450" Goods

44MAG Ruger Blackhawk
with scope and shoulder
holster, blue finish, ex-
cellent cond., $350 obo.
813-363-9464
BERSA .45 Cal Ultra
Compact, less than Imo
old in box nickle
finished, $450.
813-972-5212
BUCS SEASON TICS FOR
SALE!!!! 2 great seats
that won't last long
(773)472-7175

GEORGIA HUNT CLUB
Good deer & turkey,
Dublin, GA area. 3500+
acres. $600. Call Bruce
352-394-2478 after 8pm
GOLF EQUIPMENT WANT-
ED. Name Brand / Pro-
Line only. CASH PAID.
(407) 739-1328

SELLING YOUR CAMPER?
Place an ad in class 562
and see how many buy-
ers pop up
POKER TABLE, Solid Oak,
4 Chairs, Dining/
Poker/Storage Space,
$1800 ooo.
Robertson Billiards
813-229-2778

POOLTABLE$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

POOL TABLE 8'
high end professional se-
ries, 1" Italian slate cus-
tom leather pockets,
solid wood, K-66 speed
rails, NFL buc felt, still in
case. Cost $5000 Sacri-
fice$1250 813-273-8177
POOL TABLE 8' PROFES-
SIONAL, 1" Italian slate
leather pockets, K66
speedraif, custom NFL
Bucs felt, never used.
Can deliver. Cost $5K.
Sacrifice $1,250. Call:
9 813-273-8177W

POOL TABLE
A Professional Series 4X8
Table with 1" Italian
slate, Ithr pockets,
carved legs. New still in
box. Can deliver setup
$1150
813-926-8507
POOL TABLE, New In Box
Slate, Choice Cloth, Color
Equip Ind$995. Buy,
Sel trade OUsed Tables.
Robertson Billiards
813-229-2778
Pool Table Olhausen 8'
Professional, custom
contemporary style w/
all access., like new
$2,500.813-805-2039
Class 584 is our ticket to
Boating Adventure!
REMINGTON mod 742 308
Win Redfield 3x9 low
profile high clear/ramp
sites 10 snot clip $440.
Winchester Mod 70 243
Weaver 6X scope, VG
cond US mfg $450.
H & R20a Topper 88 sin-
gle shot $65 Call
NEW 813-495-8111
RIFLE, 257 Roberts Rem-
ington, model 722, 3x9
Weaver Dble haired
scope. Jeweled bolt. 10
boxes super x ammo. &
sling $600 813-839-4934
Shot gun, 16 ga Browning
$400 with other guns.
Snap on tool box $650.
727-869-8873.

NEW GUN SALES
9mm $120
45$159.99 38Sp1$199
Home Def Shotgun $200
Sam's813-931-8498Tmpa
Crown 788-2520 Z'hills
CONCEALED WEAPONS
CLASSES
Class G & Class G Requal.
Home Protection
813-643-1370P 245-2719
451 Exercise
451 Equipment
Body Solid, 2 weight
stations, exc cond. $800.
Also have tanning bed,
new bulbs $750.
813-363-4642

Precor model EFX 5.17
Cross Trainer. $2400
new like new. $1000
813-545-8945 Jerry
TREADMILL New
$800/Sell $350. RECUM-
BENT BIKE New/ $300/
Sell $75. DUMBELLS New
$. 691b/Sell $.32/Ib Sets
of 2 ea 15-45# Rack $75
(813) 920-3541


1452 |1 Bicycle/Svcs I
TREK 5200 Road Bike, 56
cm, Ultegra compo-
nents, blue and silver.
$1800.813-907-5679

Health
456 Products

FAMILY HEALTH CARE
w/Prescription Plan!
$69.95/mo: Best net-
work excellent cover-
age Nolimitations, in-
cludes 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 1-888-527-0870
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
Tired of Low Carb Diets?
Loose weight the healthy
way with Shapeworks.
Free Body Analysis.
Call 888-203-0958
Power
460 Mowers

DIXIE CHOPPERS!!
60" & 42" both in exc
cond. Starting @ $3,800
new50" $5500
813-661-9662;299-5496
Mobile Repair Service
Toro-Scag-Exmark
Bunton-Dixie Chopper
Hydro's-Parts-Engines
Cranks & Cams 236-3363
RIDING lawn mower,
Sears Craftsman, 18HP,
new. Pd $1400. Sacrifice
$900. Other tools avail.
813-671-7115
SNAPPER, 9 h.p. rear eng,
riding mower, 28" cut
exc cond. $650.
813-967-4479
TORO PRO LINE 36"
12.5 KAW. Eng, Jungle
wheels, low hours,
Eco stick edger/line
trimmer, 21' selfpropel
6.5SHP all $1300.
813-685-9260
Yard King Elite Riding
Mower, 46" 18HP, 2 yrs
old. New belts.& blades.
Origpd $1999. Sacrifice
$100. 813-671-3878
1465 1 Lawn & Grdn
BAHIA SOD. Direct from
the grower. Contractors
price $14.50. On 14
pallets or more. Pick-up
or delivery. Dade City.
352-206-4204
1 Nurseries/
1469 Trees

LIVE OAKS, 45 gal. 4"-16'
$7525al3"-2' $50;
LIGUTRM 45gal8'$125
813-748-8641 or 986-3302
Reg #47220672
TREES Cheap. 7 gal live
oaks. 7 pal crape myr-
ties. 10 for $50.3" spad-
ed live oaks $60. LIC#
47228130 813-508-6277
WEEPING WILLOW
TREES, 3 gal. $21, 7 gal
$40, 15 pal $65. Fast
growers.ic #A114110.
863-559-2554
1480 Dogs I

Afghan To Yorkies

All Puppies Inc
4323 W.Kennedy Blvd.
Puppies, access & food.
15% offsuppi.w/coupon.
V 813-288-4929V
d- Lic#P0356763 -
AMERICAN PITBULL Terr,
3 F's, 11 wks old, all
shots, dewormed, whi-
tew/brindle eye patch-
es. $250 ea.813-239-7801
Australian Shepherd,
AKC reg., 1 yr old, male,
black-tn, house trained,
to good home, $300
OBO. 813-629-9495
Australian Shepherd
Pups, HIth Cert. Blue
Merle, 1-F $300. 3-M
$250 ea. 352-666-4244

BICHON AKC, small, very
cute, shots, parents on
premises, ALSO male 16
Wks. 863-381-9575

BICHON FRISE, M. & F,
ready to go, health pa-
pers, AKC, paper train-
ing, Msom on premises.
813-685-8660
BICHONS
Health certs, small ba-
bies, male & female,
$500-600;
(813)368-7514
BORDER COLLIE PUPS
Reg. med. coat, sire by
Wisp, Gr. Britan int Il
champ, dam daughter of
imported lad & very suc-
cessful trail dog
$400.352-584-2963
BOSTON TERRIER Pups,
AKC reg w/ hlth certs,
champ bloodlines
$550/ea 813-931-4110;
494-6627 after 2
BOSTON Terrier, 6 month
old male, to good home
fSpor $35Advertising 72-365-6773

Spot Advertising Works


1480 I Dogs I
CAVALIER KING CHARLES
SPANIEL Puppies
Blenheim-Ruby, ACA, Vet
checked, shots, ready to
go. $1,000.727-862-9060
CHINESE CRESTED
Puppies, AKC M&F,
hairless & powder puff.
Ready to go. $300 up.
863-665-1023,521-1194
CHOCOLATE LABS, $500
Ea. AKC, HIth Cert. 1st
Shots, Much More
352-215-1930

COCKER SPANIELS, AKC,
8 wks old; all shots &
hlth cert parents on
premises $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
Doberman Pups AKC, son
German champ, Hank v.
Treu x Austrian import
daughter Hung Int'l
champ. 321-454-3790.
DOBERMAWS 4-sale:
3 young males diff. ages
& colors reg'd shots up
to date. 813-884-2272
#P04-041580
DOGUE DE BORDEAUX
PUPS- FRENCH MASTIFF
-M/F, Champ. blood-
lines, full health guaran-
tee, first shots. Parents
on premises. Ready
now.. $500 352-232-1135

ENGLISH BULLDOG
PUPPY male, 10 wks
old, $1400.813-818-4665

ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPS
AKC, champion blood-
line. 813-681-5023

En lish BuldogPups, fat
& lthy. Starting at $1500
View at www.heavensent
bulldogs.com
or call 813-969-1799
ENGLISH SPRINGER
SPANIEL AKC ready 8/13
livers & blacks $350
(863) 452-2086
German Shepard Pups
(8) AKC reg. Father im-
ported from Europe
(Hungary) & police ca-
nine. $450 863-698-8566
GERMAN SHEPHERD
AKC, Big Boned Pups/
Adults, Rich Colors &
Blacks, family oriented.
$650 & up (941)809-6242
GERMAN SHORT HAIR
POINTERS, AKC reg. vet
V, 1st shots Call Nicole
or Joe 813-350-0035

Great Danes Harls,
Mantles, Merle, DOB
7/1/04, both parents
champs., ears cropped,
hlth cert. Taking
deposits. (727)863-3157
HABANESE AKC, ACA, mi-
cro chipped, champ.
line, vet cert, show,
breed qual. $1300-1900.
941-723-8820/484-6337
Jack Russell Terrier Pup-
pies, AKCd 2 females, 1
male, read to go, shots,
wormed, health certs.
$350.813-634-9733
LAB Puppies AKC, health
certs, parents on site, all
colors, great tempera-
ment. $200-$500.
352-266-9574
LAB PUPS (2) black male,
11 weeks Champped,
AKC, health cert, POP, 2
yr guar. Raised w/family
$300813-662-2475
LAB PUPS, AKC, 4 Choc.,
4 Yellow, parents very
big. Ready 8/17/04,
$450.352-598-7872

LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
wormed, vet cert. Block
head, champ, bkgrd.
Pedigrees. Parents/
Sgrandparents on site.
$500 352-307-0772
LABS Adults 18 mos & up,
all colors. Kennel reduc-
tion. Family pets only.
$200-$250 (863) 439-
5742/863-25-258-2712

MINI SCHNAUZER all col-
ors shots, H.C. 400.00 &
up (407) 902-6325
MINI SCHNAUZERS: $350
Puppies;$275-1+ year
old. YORkIE, $450. POM-
ERANIANS, 51bs $400.
I* (863)699-1033
Miniature Pinschers, AKC
Choc., 2 males, parents
on premises, ready 8/11,
$400, 813-877-6634;
505-8461
Need to ive up your pet?
homelesshounds.org
727-647-1719
Also, pets for adoption

PEKINGESE PUPS, CKC,
AKC, whites & many
colors, family raised,
photos now avail. $350-
Up.V 352-591-2271V
PIT BULL PUPPIES BLUE a-
val 8/18 taking deposits
now. www.floridablue-
it pu)467 ies.com
F407)467-431




PITBULL PUPS Ready
NOW- All brindles-pa-
pered & shots- P.O.P.
363-8729 $300 (813)
659-4334


14801 Dogs I
POMERANIANS, AKC,
Champ lines, cream &
red sable, gorgeous tiny
babies, shots
863-381-9575
POODLES Standard Black
&CKC Ready 8/5; taking
dep. Non shedding, hy-
po allergenic. $650 San
AntonioFL 813-997-7714
PUGS, AKC. Gorgeous,
precious pups! Fawn.
M&F, hth certs. AvI
8/30/04. $650-$750.
863-519-9219

Pupies 4 Sale
Park Ave. Puppy
813-662-2592
Lic# P04062440
RAT TERRIER PUPS, UKCI
Beautiful. See pictures:
www.mccartysrat
terriers.com
$325 & Up. 352-591-2271
Silky Terriers, 18 wks,
AKC, F's, champ parents
-premises, shots, H/C
puppy pKg, warr, ipcl
neutered AKC 2yr M &
neutered 14 wk Mw/out
a ers $500 ea. Lv ms
13-662-9195 P04047048
ST BERNARD Puppies
AKC Ready 8/19/04 Tak-
ing Deposits. 1 Female,
4 Males $900. .
813-948-0626*
STAFFORDSHIRE Bull Ter-
rier Pups AKC champ
bloodlines, M & F,
$1,000-$1500. Serious
only, 813-754-6532
Warlock Doberman
Puppies, AKC. 3 Males. 2
Red, 1 blk/tan Parents
on Premises. $500
813-641-0875 or 368-6859
WOLF-HYBRID UKC Artic,
Timb Malm. gr temp, v
social, shots, parents on
prem. $250 (727)
365-9237
Yorkshire Terrier Pups,
&51bs) $00-1000 www.
mccartysterries.com
9 352-591-2271V
14811 Cats I
HIMALAYAN Kittens CFA
Reg. Super quality,
beauty guar purrfect
too. $400 ea/cash pref.
813-991-7130
MAINE Coon kittens &
cats Top quality champ
line, shots & health cert.
w/guar. Will deliver in
Florida. Call for website.
$400-$600.863/860-5126
|482 I Birds
African Grey Congo's
8wks, hand fed, $700
each. Adult male S/l
eclectus. 813-780-1297 or
813-624-4105
AFRICAN GREY, DYH &
Blue front Amazons, B/G
& Military Macaws.
Hand fed & healthy.
$650.(813)493-2609
BLUE/GOLD MACAWS 5
yr male, lyr female,
10x4x4, outdoor cage 4
up, 3x2 hvy duty
wheeled cage. $2900
obo. 813-842-4960
Breeder Bird Sale. Nu-
merous birds & cages,
large and small. Breeder
boxes. 727-741-7370,
727-741-0795.
Macaws, Proven breeder
Pairs. Exc. Production.
Cages, Equip. & Babies.
Selling Out!
813-661-4481* 842-4758
Parakeet's (2) with cages
& food $5.00 for the wo
813-754-0752
Check Out Cars/Trucks in
today Classified section!




SUPER



SAVERS


14111 Super SaversI
BEDS 2 twin, one antique
?Berkey & Gay 1114)
175. for both. 752-9674
BOX OF RIBBONS & ETC,
ALL COLORS $25.
752-9674
COFFEE/end tables bik
metal w/glass $150
813-717-9482
KITCHEN table 4 chairs
country, wood, $250
813-717-9482
LOVESEAT tan/blk like
new $200
813-717-9482
QZ Softside waterbed
mattress w/htr. & set-
up$225. 813-707-1116
SOFA tan/blk like new
$250
813-717-9482
STOVE GE white, exc
cond., self cing. $200.
81113-719-1760
TABLE 36" glass with 6
chairs $80.
Call 813-986-3256
VANITY black wicker
w/mirror & stool $75
813-717-9482






26 THE COURIER AUGUST 19, 2004


14821 Birds I
Singing Red Factor Ca-
nary w/stand for $185.
Hand Fed Green & Blue
Parroette w/toys & cage
$195/ea. Lovebird
w/cage & stand $95.
813-973-7161
1483 J Exotic

BABY SKUNK Descented.
Health Cert. Cage incl.
Male. $200 571-1425

BEARDED DRAGONS! Jeu-
vis/adults. Veiled
chm's. BT skinks. Set-
ups. 813-431-3711

1498 1 Estate Sales
PLANT CITY 708 W. Her-
ring St. Sat 8/21 8AM-
5PM, NO EARLY BIRDS,
Furniture, Antiques, Col-
lectibles, Clothes &
Much More MORE.
PLANT CITY- Resched-
uled. Aug. 21st, 10am-
4pm. 2202 Strawberry
Dr., Thonotosassa exit.
1st drive East of Sonny's
Bar-b-que. Furniture,
electronics, guns.
0 I Garage, Yard
499 Sales, Etc.

ANTIOCH, 7303 Quail
Meadow Dr, 39 N to W.
Knights Griffin to Five
Area Rd to Quail Mead-
ow Follow signs Fri 8/20,
8AM-2PM, Furniture,
Collectibles, Depression
Glass & Jewelry


MOVING

PLANT CITY 2911 Wilder
Park Drive, Sat 8/218am
til ?, 3 family Sale, Furni-
ture Tools Micro wave,
Kitchen & Household
Items, Lots of Misc
Items
PLANT CITY, 309 Rose-
land Ave, Acros from Big
Lots, Sat 8/21, 8AM-
1PM, Lots of Everything.
NewerStuffOlderStuff,
Clothes, Collectibles
and some Antiques.
PLANT CITY, 4416 N Wil-
der Rd. FRi & Sat AUG 20
& 21, ARE YOU LOOKING
FOR A GREAT BARGAIN?
COME SEE US! LOTS OF
GOOD STUFF, PRICED
CHEAP

MUST

PLANT CITY, 4504 Miley
Rd, Sat & Sun 8/21 & 22
8am til ? SECOND TIME
AROUND PRICES
SLASHED ALL MUST GO
PLANT CITY, 5301 Varn
Rd, Sat 8/21, 8AM til
Noon. 3 Family Sale, Fur-
niture, Clothing, Kitchen
&Bathroom Items
CLASSIFIED
IS INFORMATIVE


I4O Garage, Yard I
" Sales, Etc.
PLANT CITY, CHURCH
YARD SALE &
FISH FRY
PROGRESSIVE C.O.G.I.C.
1303 E. Martin Luther
King Blvd Saturday,
August 21, 9:00 Al to
4:O0PM
Does traffic traumatize
you? Does sho ing
make you manic. Con-
sider the calm & conve-
nience of Classified! Our
pages are filled with
treasures & you don't
have to stand in line or
search for parking
PLANT CITY, Historical
District! 703 N. Evers St,
Fri, Sat & Sun 8/20, 21&
22. Multi Family, Furni-
ture, baby items, Glass
ware, china, and much
much more.
Classified is the perfect
forum for reaching
readers looking for the
pleasures and treasures
that Garage & Yard
Sales provide-not to
mention the bargains!
Set your Garage Sale
date and call and place
your ad in Classified!
Plant City Inside yard
sale. Sat. 7:30-2p. 16pc
dinette set, 3pc living
room, wall cabinetry,
videos, 25" TV, deco
masks. & More. For jnfo
call 759-8698 3816 McEl-
veen Ave. 1/4 mi South
of Medulla Rd. off
county line.
NEED A CAR OR TRUCK?
Cruise through classi-
fied's columns! Classi-
fied is the car shopper's
showroom that never
closes. Each edition of-
fers a myriad of models
to help put you in the
driver s seat. When it's
time to buy steer to-
ward Classified!
WALDEN LAKE-2815
Hammock Dr, take Tim-
berlane to Hammock
Sub. Household items,
dresser, clothes, Rain-
bow vacuum cleaner.
Sat 8/21,7:30am.
Classified Ads Prices
well within sight A se-
lection that's just right!
WALDEN LAKE Fri 8/20 &
Sat 8/21. Quality baby
clothes toys, winter
coats, ladies clothes
linens and household
misc. 2003 Golfview Dr.
Plant City.
500-549
Farmer's Market

I Fruits &
500 Vegetables

Last chance to get your
Shelled Peas! Callforor-
ders: 813-752-7022


PEANUTS FRESH
GREEN BY THE BUSHEL
CRATE 813-754-7554


Inn Fruits & I
1500 Vegetables

Southwestern Produce
Co. Monthly Vegetable
Sale will be Friday &
Saturday, August 2th &
21st at 1510 W. Sydney
Road in Plant City.
Available items: CONK
PEAS, Baby Butter
Beans, Pole Beans,
Green Beans, Zipper
Peas, Blackeyes,
Pinkeyes, Butter eas,
Crowder Peas, Green
Peas, White Acre Peas,
Mixed Peas, White &
Yellow Corn, Cream
White & Yellow Corn,
White Cob Corn, Okra,
Squash, Broccoli
Cauliflower, Brussel
Sprouts, Collard,
Mustard & Turnip
Greens, Spinach, Mixed
BluV e g e t a b erries,
Blackberries,
Raspberries, Jumbo
Green Peanuts &
PEACHES. All items
shelled, blanched &
frozen, ready for your
freezer Most ;tems $14
.er bushel. Call & place
your order 813-754 1500
:.r 813-757-0096 M F
.5mSpri to pic up on
August 20th & 2lii,
8am-Spm.
1510 | Farm Equip. I
FARM TRACTOR, 2 wk old,
Shp 4X4. Call for
details 352-518-0884 or
352-206-5207

MASSEY 285, 82 HP,
$5000.
813-754-8785
POULTRY FARM EQUIP-
MENT: spreader truck,
loader, tin, and much
more. Excellent condi-
tion. Call 813-752-4571
rr Horses & I
525" Livestock

MUST SELL: Beautiful
AQHA Buckskin Geld. 5
vrs, 15.1H, 1200 lb., exc
bloodline, performance
bred from Texas.
$10K firm. 813-748-1926
HORSE TRAILERS, 1991 2
Horse BP, dressing &
storage room. 4 Horse
BP padded stalls, 16'
Both walk-thru. $2,500
ea. 1-352-628-1916
TRI PAINT FILLY lyr, TB
gelding 9 yrs Haflinger
3yrs Hunter Jumer po-
ny 12 yrs, Draft XPaint 2
yrs. Boarding. Call
Laurie 813-920-3037
HERD of Black Angus and
black/white face cows
calving now. Also black
Angus bull. Call:
850-878-2571 -510-4854
Reg.AOHA 3 Mares & sev-
eral Babies from World
Champion Studs. Team
penning &pleasure. Hal
ter competitive. 986-3822
15 y.o. Sorrel Gelding, 2D
barrel horse, great high-
school rodeo horse, very
quiet. $5000. 352-567-
3002 or 352-999-3160
CLASSIFIED WORKS


I525 Horses &
525 Livestock
BEEF CALVES FOR SALE
Weaned, On Feed,
Vaccinated, 3-8 mos old.
$300-$400 ea. Delivery
Avail 8.63-581-5322
15 yr old Walkin horse
$1000. Ranch broke type
horse $1000. Sorrel
'Mare, 15 yr old $800.
813-677-2054
GOATS 15 mo. fem. Nig
dwarf 4 mo male pigmy
w/several mo. of feed
352-523-1360 or
813-299-1626. CC accept
MORGAN HORSES, Syr old
trained mare & 3yr old
gelding, classic Lipitt &
Lambert bloodlines.
(850) 212-0184
Paso Finos, Registered,
all under saddle, terms
board for horses bought
here, training, riding
lessons. 863-666-1833
AQHA reg. 3 yr old mare,
green broke, $1500;
APHA reg. 2 yr Gelding,
green broke, $2200
813-494-3066
526 I Pastures &
526 Stalls

6 Stall Horse Barn for rent
w/7 acres pasture.
Wimauma Area. Living
Quarters Avail. For Info
call 813-634-6117
HORSES BOARDED beau-
tiful Darn a Ily syi-tm
a auto water, large are.
na w, high. plenty ol
turnout A lois 0 ar.ss.
lull board only'S350
(83 737 9388

HORSE STALL
for rent. 10'x12' $145 for
stall, $395 full board.
Lutz. 813-949-0116
$250 full board multiple
horse discount, pasture
& partial also. Brandon
area. Free horse with
board. 813-634-1269
1527 1 Hay a Grain
HAY ROLLS -horse quality
coastal-$50.00 deliv-
ered locally, coastal
bales 651bs.-$5.50, also
alfalfa & alfalfa orchard
(813)737-9388
Fresh Orchard Alfalfa
hay. Good quality, 551b
bales. $7.25 per bale.
813-907-1830 625-6316
528 Saddles-
528 Togs & Tack

SADDLES for sale, (4)
CircleY Billy Royal
& etc. $800-$250 1-75 &
Fowler Loch Haven
Ranch 813-982-0388
1qn I Uvestock
530 Wantedk

Want to buy
JERSEY BULL
1'/2 -2 yrsold.
Call (863)604-5593
or (863)604-5262
You'll find value buys
advertised in Classified
each and every day


550-599
Recreation


560 RV's

22' 1985 Toyota Shasta,
sleeps 4, 15-17 MPG,
fridge, stove, micro-
wave, good AC, $4500
Obo. 813-643-2693
26 2003 LEXINGTON Low
mi, DVD,tv, satellite, CD,
no smoking/pets.
Excellent condition.
$45K1 bo 813-245-7219
34' 1994 BOUNDER, Low
Miles. Generator. 2 TV's.
Jacks. Back Up Camera.
Queen Bed. $24,900.
352-583-4821
34FT Gulf Stream Sea
Hawk, 1996, 5th wheel
like brand new, music
see. $15,500 OBO.
813-404-7200
Through making waves?
Place a classified ad S
letsailors get wind :,I
your boat!
35'WINNEBAGO 2000 Ad-
venturer, V10 eng, 2
slide-outs, ext warr, tow
pkg, brake-buddy, level-
ing jacks. 17K miles
many extras. Must See!
$69,000727-868-2258
888-Bates RV Nearly 600
Airstream Jayco
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tampa.
S562Campers &
5 1 Travel Trlrs
1998 ROCKWELL POP UP
M lp5s 8 Frig Hir Sty snk
2Dm Scrnd Rm Gar'l
$3800 (813) 333-4140

22' Flastaff 2000 Pop Up,
A/C, .ridge, micro, toi-
let, shower, 12' awning,
screen room, brakes.
$4995 813-985-8205
Class 584 is your ticket to
Boating Adventure!
24' 1986 Layton Skyline
self cont'd, CHA, full
kitchen, separate bath-
room, only used twice.
$4,800.813-265-3348
25' Coachman, '99, sleeps
6, like new condition,
air, awning, fully sell
contained. Asking $6750
813-380-2986
27' 2003 Keystone Laredo
5th wheel, 1 slideout,
queen bed, sleeps 6,
barely used, fully
e2uipeed, many extras.
$22,500.813-685-4971

27' Skamper 5th wheel,
1991, dish & antenna,
new queen mattress
ref, AC, awning. $6000
obo. 813-888-6505
30' JAYCO-J, 1994, sleeps
6, excellent condition,
cold air. Fully loaded.
$7200. 813-737-6580 OR
813-334-5038
36' 2001 WILDERNESS
5TH WHEEL With triple
slide very clean & excel-
lent cond. Too many op-
tions to list $21,000
or OBO (352) 279-2051


562 Campersa &
56u Travel Trirs

Ford 1985 E150 Camper
Van, custom built,
propane fridge & 2 burner
stove, running water,
Corian countertop, Bed,
storage. Moving, must
sell. $2,000 OBO.
Call 813-571-2799
GIANT 2004 MODEL
CLEARANCE SALE! Na-
tions #1 Selling RV
Brands. Ask About
$5,000 Cash Rebate! GI-
ANT RECREATION
WORLD-Melboume-
(800)700- 1021- Dayto-
na-(800)893 -2552; Or-
lando-(800)654-8475.
www.grwrv.com
Ic IRecreational
564 Rental
NEW COLEMAN POPUP
Campers available for
rent. A/C, sink, stove,
frig. For reservations
call Lynn 813-546-1827
1565 I RV Storage
South Bay RV & Boat
Storage -Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000
REFURNISHING?
REMODELING?
LANDSCAPING
Help can be found in Spe-
cialty Shops & Services
directory everyday in
Classified!
C'wood RV/Boat storage.
Sec pkg w/24 hr access,
bright night lighting &
wash area. From $35
813-968-4991; 505-2803

Fowler & 1-75
RV's/Boats, etc. Security,
$50/mo
813-986-3094
Icon580 Swimming
5 Pools & Spas

AAA SPA $1300
Therapy Jets, Energy effi-
cient, 110V, Insulated
Cover, Warranty, New in
Crate.813-657-8449
HOT TUB, 5 person, 18
therapeutic jets, 41/2 HP
pump, cover included,
$1995. Free delivery
13-245-0307
The Key To SAVINGS Start
Here in Classified!
HOT TUB, Divorce,
sacrifice, never used, 7
therapy tub, 20 lets, 5hp.
Paid $3295. Sell $1350.
813-363-1475
HOTTUBNewseats5,5hp
lots of jets, all digital,
blower ozone, party lite
waterfall, Cost $7K sacri-
fice $2699 813-966-2362
Hotsprings Jetsetter Spa,
6'10x5'2 less than 1 yr
old. Pd $6K new, $1,500
obo. 813-909-4328

I MOVE SPAS
Sell/buy spas
Call (813)625-0165 24/7


I Swimming
580 Pools & Spas.
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
Lice #CWC029795, In-
sured. Dealer inquiries
welcome.
Pool Safety Fence 4'x10'
sections. $350 for all 10
sections. 813-907-2185

SPA, 5-person w/lounger,
therapy jets, light, never
used, full warranty.
O1 $1,675
W (813)760-15710
SPA/HOT TUB 5 Person
lounger, 5hp. Loaded
with shoulder, hip, back
& neck jets. Cabinet,
lights. Never used. War-
ranty. Retail $4300, Sac-
rifice $1595.
888-222-.3 809
407-256-5919;
786-299-0253
SPA/HOT TUB
6 person portable w/ his
& her lounger. 5hp, full
warranty. T1650
727-858-5185
SPA/HOT TUBS Never
Used Floor Models.
Large Savings. Can Fi-
nance (W.A.C.) and De-
liver. 1-888-955-9939
SPA. Must Sell.
7-Person Deluxe. Never
Used. Includes cover.
Will Deliver. Full War-
ranty. Can finance
W.A.C. Payments Under
$100 per Month. In a
Hurry? Call
800-980-7727.
SPA! Overstocked! New.7
person spa-Loaded! In-
cludes cover, delivery &
warranty. $2999, was
$5999 888-397-3529.
15 Water I
Vehicles

KAYAK
SALE
All In Stock Kayaks On
Sale 10-25% Off! Save
On Gear Also Nessmuks
Trading Post
813-986-0997
17' KAYAK Touring,
Current design storm 1
yr old, like new, rudder
& many access. $1,100.
813-681-8890
YAMAHA 2002 GP1200R,
like new only 48hrs,
fresh water use only,
Must sell $5995 obo
813-949-8691; 956-2070
Yamaha 2000 GP1200
with Trailer. 2 life vests
and cover. Excellent
condition, 90hrs. $5,500
OBO. 813-818-5980
Kawasaki
1999 Ultra 1503 cyl, fast!
New motor warranty,
inclds trailer. $3995.
813-972-3504


583 I Water 1 |5841 | Boats |
| Vehicles 19FT BOSTON WHALER
SEADOO 2003 Super 2000 Outrage like new
Charged. Divorce forces all electronics 135hp
sale. Mint cond. $7900. Merc Optimax drive-on
813-857-3773 trailer 21,900 (813)
633-0475
2 Yamaha Wave Runners 20' Fourwinds Cutty cab-
For Sale. 1999 & 2001 in, port a potty, elec-
GP1200. Includes Trailer tronics, runs great, new
andCovers.$10,OOOobo. trailer, $4900 OBO,
Call 813-781-0605 813-727-2321
WETJET1994duo200,Jet- 20'lsland Skiff, CC, 90hp
ski with trailer, $1100 140hrs,bimini,livewells
813-626-0813 4 batteries galvanized
Trailer w/spare tire.
584 1 Boats $6000 obo 813-888-6505
21' Seaera '99, CC, 150
14' 2003 Seadoo Sportster Johnson custom t-top w/
LE/DI Jet Boat, 130 HP, rod holders GPS, VHS,2
w4trailer and cover batt-livewell washdown
$8400.813-854-4886 $16,000 (863)875-1739
17w/trail- 22' 1996 Grady White
17' GLASTRON, w/tralm- Tournament 200hp
er, 1991 Mercury 3Lmo- Yamaha, tandem trailer,
tor, I/O, fish finder, FF baitwell. $20,500.
depth finder & radio. 813-251-5837
$3000 813-920-3116
Just Pick Up the Phone 22' Chris Craft, LIKE NEW!
Just Pick Up the Phone Large cuddy, 225 hp, 10,
and You're Halfway full camper 225sink hp, was
Home! Place your ad in off head, low hours
This Classified Section! $1,200. 813-973-8105
17' SeaRay, 1996 Fish & 813-963-5500 W
Ski 12oPoMercury, 22FT 2000 Sting Ray, 350
trolling motor, boa FiMerc Cruiser, VS 10.
cover giminitopski Too much to list.
pole, fish seats, alum trr, $18,500.813-404-7200
$8900 Bell Lake Marine,
813-929-9253 23' 1999 GLASTRON Bow
171 ihu Rider. 250hp I/O. Ulti-
17 Sturey Trihu, mate ski/fish/family.
135hp mercury out- Per.cond.250hrs.Make
board, 6 cyL runs great, Offer, Mustsell 931-0752
super value. $1,60u
Call 813-228-6728 24' 1996 2440 ROBALO
cutty cabin, hard top,
18' Galaxy Bowrider, loadedutwinmerc150Hip
lOOhp mariner o/b, OB, alum trailer. $30K
fishfinders, vhf, new 36 0ustm il8 714-4548
gal tank, floor needs fin- Must See! 813-714-4548
fishing needs littletic. 25' 2003 Boston Whaler
$2,900 6BO. 727-457-9400 Conhuest 250hp Mercu-
18' KAYA Lg. capacity ry, i ls fnier, GPS &
1 url LOkLu paiy mapping, live well all
touring. Okume Y- options, ready to fish
wood. ee:www.robsre- $56K 813-641-7224
pairs.com. $1400. (813)
453-5032 25 ft Wellcraft Sport fish-
18.2 SEARAY BOWRIDER erman. Cuddy cabin,
2000 IN/OUTBOWRIDER 1991 model with 200
2000 iN/OUTBOARD, twin EFI Mercury en-
VERY LOW HOURS oqines.Great shape.
MINT COND., TRAILER:, ad to fish. $27,500.
EXTRAS $11900 OBO, ead7,0
(813) 478-525 Call 352-347-4470
CLASSIFIEDWORK 28' Chapparal w/trlr
CLASSIFIEDWORKS great livea board. Must
18.6' 1993 MONTERAY, see. New engine, $12K
3.0L I/B, Bowrider, 199 obo. Cal Dave
Galv. trailer, good cond 813-277-6489
$3250obo.813-390-4307 38' SEARAY, 1997 Sun
Sport 380 gen. air, low
19'2" Grady White Tour- hrs. racked, always
nament (1999) Vista serviced, exc. cond.
top, w/1998 Mercury $115K 814-450-2692
135 Optimax, VHF GPS
FF, pIus extras, great 46.51999 Searay
condition. 450,Expride
Calla l 1-685-2458 450,Expridge
Call 813-685-2458 Asking $325,000 obo.
19'2001 McKee Craft-CC, 813-247-2299 -
115hp Yamaha Out Brd,
ready for the water, IILER-1999 Mgic Tilt
trailer included aluminum tandem axle
813-653-9210' 767-9293 drive-on trailer. Handles
813-653-921018-23' boat, 6000 GObs ca-
19 FOOT, 1997 Stingray, pacity. SS disc brakes,
4cyl, Mercruiser, alpha full length center bunks
one motor, low hours, and uide poles, new
like new, drive on trailer. LED. brake lights, 4 new
$7500obo. 813-546-2359 Goodyear Marathon
19' HYDRA SPORTS Hydra tires th 4 otheobo
Skiff, 115hp Evinrude, 8a83s.-184500IbVmsg
alum trrjack plate, t 3-837-18501vmsg
motor, GPS/sonar, ex- You can unload your
cellent condition! washer with an ad in ap-
$12,500. (813) 765-4349 pliances, class 416.


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15841 Boats |
Boat Partner Wanted: I
am looking for a partner
(1/4 ownership). Very
clean, well maintained
25' Bayliner Trophy,
hardtop, cuddy cabin,
twin 175Shp 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
5 Boat Slips-
85 Storage

South Bay RV & Boat
Storage Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000
Carrollwood Outside
Storage! All boats/RVs
welcome. Secure facility/
24 hr acc. Reasonable
rates. 813-505-2803
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Morris Bridge Road 4mi
N. of Cross Creek Blvd.
RVs, boats autos etc
$35+/mo. 813-866-5533
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+ /mo. Secured loc'n
813-684-9171
Marine
586 Supplies &
Repairs
YAMAHA 225hp, 25"
shaft, SS prop, excellent
condition, $2295 obo.
813-645-4011
1587 1 Sailboats
26.5' HUNTER SLOOP,
9.9 Yamaha, 4 stroke,
remote control, VHF, DF,
micro, sip 6 $15K obo
813-286-0299 4 727-0867
30' 1979 Catalina, excel-
lent condition many ex-
tras, $13,500 firm
813-461-0629,892-0111.

15881 Houseboats
72'long, 16'wde,6 private
bedrooms hot tub, par-
ty deck, & much more.
$119,000.
813-641-1253
600-649
Transportation

I Auto I
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
Engines& Transmissions
Used & Rebuilt -90 days
up to 3 yrs warr. Install
avail. M-F 9-5. Mem BBB
813-907-5519
Mustang Wheels Motor
Sport/R 4 lug (2) 9x17,
(2) 10.5x17, paid new
1000 sacrifice $500
obo. 813-884-0032
Nissan 4 cyl 16 valve twin
cam. 1991 & 1992. Mo-
tors & 5 spd trans. Both
in good shape. Parts car
,tLie. Make offiler.
813-986-1709-874-3197
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilti
from A-Z, guaranteed
work. Installation
available & everything
elese. Call Rob for
prices: 813-610-1535

S Utility I
27 ITrailers
2003 Express 7x16 en-
closed, rramp door, side
dr, 2 axle, torsion susp,
elec brakes, ext tongue.
Mint $4000 813-661-8429
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
S2 Trucks Light|
|629 Duty
CHEVY 1996 S10, 5spd,
80k mi, new alternator,
battery, minor damage,
no rust, great interior.
$4200 813-685-4269
CHEVY 2000 S-10 ext. cab,
59K mi., auto, 4 cyl., A/C,
CD exc.'cond., 1 owner
$6000 352-588-3178"
813-935-6030
CHEVY 2000 SILVERADO
1500 Ext Cab Truck, exc
cond w/ transferable
warranty, 59K miles,
$12,000.813-253-6063
CHEVY 2001 S-10 LS, Ext
cab, blue, ext warranty,
50k mi, loaded, excel-
lent condition. $11,000
813-835-0354
CHEVY 2001 SILVERADO
LS ext cab, V8, auto,
cruise, AC, PW/PD, CD,
bedliner, tow 38K mi.
$15,400. 13-929-8906
CHEVY 2003 Silverado,
worktruck, 15k mi, 8cyl
auto, tow pkg, extended
warranty to 100k mi,
$18,000.813-677-7194
DODGE 1999 1500 Ext Cab
55K Mi, AC Door locks,
Alarm, Bedliner & Top-
per, New Tires,
813-839-0516


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69 Duty
DODGE 2001 RAM
Spectacular off-road
show truck. Patriot blue
& silver, 38K mi. $18,400
firm. Call 813-244-9159
DODGE 2002 1500 72,000
mi, GrayPickup Auto.,
4 WD, 8 Cyl. $11900, ST
reg. Cab,Long Bed, en-
gine has 12,000 miles,
CD player, cold AC,
great condition.
813-431-2350
Dodge 2004 Dakota, Quad
Cab, Silv/BIk, V-6,Tow
Pkg,Tool Box, Step Bars,
Pwr Windows, Seat,
Lock, Mirrors, etc. O.H.
Info Center, 2200 mi.,
$17 900 Days 875-8935;
Nightes 231-8508
FORD 1978 F150 175,000
mi, two tone Pickup, Au-
to. 4 WD 8 Cyl. $8,000
Maust See '(910)988-8631

FORD 1979 F150 runs
great, No A/C, 342 eng,
1000. obo 813-571-5491
FORD 1987 F150 runs
good, automatic, new
fuel pump, 5th wheel
compatible, $1400 obo.
813-685-6752
FORD 1994 F-150 XL alu-
minum cube truck, AC,
dual tanks, low miles,
runs great, $3650 obo.
813-842-2205
FORD 1994 F150 XL, long
bed 111k mi, 4.9 liter,
bedliner, air, great work
truck, $2400 obo.
813-417-6084

FORD 1998 F150, Ext. Cab,
Great Cond. $10,000.
Call Michael at:
813-335-0047
FORD 2000 F150, hard top,
full size tool box,
AM/FM/AC exc cond.
$6500 obo. 813-910-8389

FORD 2000 RANGER XLT
Super Cab, V6,39K,
bedliner, chrome wheels,
CD, newtires, mint,
$8499. (727) 409-2628
FORD 2001 F150 Super
Crew, 4x4 Black V8, 27K
mi. w/cap, $22,000.
813-643-7519*833-5920

GMC 1991 SONOMA
5spd, tow package w/
tow bar, camper topper,
strong eng 100K miles,
$2100.813-361-2760
GMC 2001 Z71 Black, step
side bed, 5.3L Vortec
eng, fully loaded 77K mi.
Mustsell. $17,500K obo
813-477-2695: 672-6484
GMC 2002 Sierra, Ext cab
SLE5.3 V8, 34k, fully


ISUZU 1994, 4 cyl. gray,
bedliner, AC5 spd. tint,
upgraded stereo, nice
whis. very reliable, 129K
mi. $2399,813-785-7357
TOYOTA 1998 Tacoma
4wd, ext. cab, 4 cyl, 5
spd AC all power, 89K
mi. $10,000 obo.
352-279-4738/523-0720
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DODGE 1999 SLT RAM
3500 diesel, full pwr, 5th
whl hk-up, dual whis,
90K mi, immac cond.
$21,995 obo.
813-477-9415
FORD 1996 F250 TRUCK,
White, full size Crew
Cab, full size Bed, cold
A/C, clean. $5,300.
Call 727-525-7159
16311 Vans I
CHRYSLER 2001 LXI Sil-
ver, exc, built in $2000
ent TV/Video syst. pwr
sliding drs, 62k mi
$11,995813-690-2786
Ford 1975 Highrise
Economy Van,
wheelchair lift & tie
down. Runs good. $1495
813-907-0159
Ford 1997 Aerostar Cargo
Van, V6, auto, cold A/C,
158K hwy mi, exc cond.
$2400 OBO 813-986-1709
or 874-3197
FORD 1997 E250, V8 en-
gine, automatic, good
condition A/C, runs
good, $5700 obo. Call
13-835-1588
FORD 1997 E350 Extended
Van, excellent work van,
white, bins, ladder
racks, new tires, new
rear end, recent tune-
up, 274k, painting van.
$4900 (813)956-4546
FORD 1998 Windstar LX
CD Stereo, Roof Rack
Power windows, Cruise
Runs Great, Must Sell
-$5,500 obo 813-994-9380
FORD 2001 E150 Sherrod
conv. hi-top van, V8, TV,
VCR, all pwr, Ithr, 54K
AM/FM CD, exc. cond.
$16,999 813-363-2879
FORD 2001 Windstar LX
dual AC, sliding DR's,
fully loaded, CD/cass.
extra clean, 59K mi.
$7990 813-514-1809
FORD 2003 E250,
handicap equipped, exc
cond. Black. $36,500.
813-657-1957

Through making waves?
Place a classified ad &
letsailors get wind of
your boat!.


I6311 Vans I
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
GMC 1995 VANDURA RAL-
LY, excellent 1 owner,
garaged, dual air, 150K.
oaded $3495 OBO
813-986-2121/ 245-3444
Kia 2002 Sedona LX
passenger, green dual
air, auto cd, pw/pl, exc
cond, 52K mi. $9,900.
813-323-7973/909-7001
TOYOTA 1999 SIENNA
VAN, 5 door, XLE, Black,
52K mi. $12,900.
(813)781-7958

I Sport Utility
6321 Vehicles

BUICK2002 RENDEZVOUS
59,000 mi, grey trim,
Sports Utility, With Sun
Roof, premium stereo,
and Alloy Wheels, Auto.,
2 WD, 6 Cyl. $13,900
(863)314-9144 ,
CHEVY 1999 TAHOE LS, 2
door, 4x4, Black, 1
owner, totally loaded w/
84Kmi. Asking $11,995.
Call (813)986-6454
CHEVY 2000 Blazer, 4dr,
V6, 51k mi, leather, CD,
new tires w/warranty,
$12 500 obo
813-643-9732
DODGE 2003 Durango
SLT, 3rd row, rear AC,
PW/PL, CD, roof rack.
Mint condition $17,799
813-363-9962
FORD 1991 EXPLORER
4x4, 4 door, V6, fully
loaded, needs engine
work. $400 OB0.
813-966-4727
Turn to Classified you
can Bank on our Bargains

1 owner, 4dr, V6, 4x4,
cold air, fully loaded,
low miles, runs great.
$2,500obo 813-842-2205
FORD 1992 BRONCO Eddie
Bauer Edition, bik 351
V8 4x4 completely load-
ed, lift kit CD chngr.
$7,000 obo 813-854-4862
FORD 1992 Explorer Eddie
Bauer, PL, PS, PW.
cruise, Ithr, sunrf, tilt,
low mi. 93K, Mint cond.
$4300,813-685-1049
FORD 1992 Explorer Eddie
Bauer, PL, PS, PW.
cruise, Ithr, sunff, tilt,
low mi. 93K, Mint cond.
$4300,813-685-1049
FORD 1996 EXPLORER LE
Mint cond., 78k mi., BIk/
Tan Ithr, all power,
sunrf runningbrds, tow
pkg. $8300 813-727-6222
FORD 1998 EXPEDITION
Eddie Bauer, leather,
green with chain $7600
obo.813-281-09768

FORD 1998 Explorer Soport
Bags. Loaded, Cold AC.
Runs Great. Very Nice'
83K,$5,500813-299-7301
FORD 2000 Explorer XLT,4
dr, V6, auto, CD, all pwr,
Ithr, tinted, rear AC, CC,
tilt, hitch ABS $9 800.
813-368-8506. '
FORD 2000 Explorer Ltd,
auto, V8, 2WD It. grn
w/tan Ithr, tow pkg,
looks & runs like new
clean car fax accident
free, 74K mi., only
$11,900.813-924-4131
Spot Advertising Works
FORD 2000 EXPLORER
SPORT 2dr, black, air
bags, roof rack, CD, fac-
tory tint cruise. $6500
813-389-9940
Ford 2001 Expedition XLT,
Triton eng., Ithr, prem.
sound pkg, trier pkg, 29K
mi., Priced to sell at
$17,700.813-335-0430
FORD 2002 Sport track
30k, auto, V6, CD, DK
blue, $14,750
813-792-7864
Ford 2003 Explorer 4 dr,
silver, Ithr, 3rd row seat,
aux air cd, tow pkg, au-
to, 2W6. 6 cyl 4.OL, 31k,
$25K Luxury, Flawless,
Must See! 813-951-4692
GMC 1993 JIMMY SLE
4x4, Moving, must sell.
$1500 OBO
Call 813-571-2i99
GMC 2001 Yukon SLT, 47K
mi., all leather, sunroof,
new tires, fully loaded,
$22K. 813-290-3054

HONDA 2003 PILOT EX,
AC, Ithr, all pwr, rare col-
or, extra access., very
clean int, must see! 38K
$24,000.813-785-5553
ISUZU 2001 Rodeo LS, 25K
mi., 36 mo./75K mi. left
on platinum power train
warranty, $11,995 OBO.
813-659-2205; 478-2856
ISUZU 2003 RODEO Fully
Loaded, 3.2 L Auto., 6
Cyl., Towing Pkg., Mint
Cond. 16,000 miles.
16,50'0 (813) 986-3711
(813)495-0813
JEEP 1991 CHEROKEE
LTD. Runs good, cold AC,
4WD.
$1500
813-643-2693
JEEP 1999 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo 49K mi., fully
loaded, excellent cond.
$11,300.813-468-5783


S I Sport Utility
6321 Vehicles

JEEP 2000 CHEROKEE
CLASSIC, 6 cyl 4.0,
loaded, 4 dr auto, 100K
mi warranty, exc cond
$8700 obo. 813-920-4488
JEEP 2001 Grnd Cher. Ltd.
CD, chrome wheels, tint-
ed windows, tow pk, sun
roof, seat warmers,
$15,900.81-3-390-5020.
JEEP 2002 LIBERTY LTD,N
until 4dr RV'ers dream,
auto, fully loaded, V-6,
3.7L, 4wd, 28 550 mi,
white w/ grey Ithr, Blue
ox towing syst. w/ tow
bar wired for break bud-
dy$16,495.727-434-6666
Jeep 2002 Liberty Sport,
4dr, 4x4, auto, CD, AC,
pw/pl, silver w/ grey
cloth. $10900.
813-323-7973/909-7001
JEEP 2002 LIBERTY 4X4,
Auto, all pwr, remote
locks, tape/CD AC, tint
Brown, 33,600 mi.
$16,500.727-934-4689
JEEP 2003 Liberty Sport,
V6 auto, blue, loaded,
21K mi., warranty trail-
er hitch, Exc. Condo ,
$15,900.941-342-8982
KIA 2004 SORRENTO EX
6,900 mi, Green, Leath-
er, Sunrf, Auto., AWD,
Tow pkg. 6 Cyl. All op-
tions, Like new. $22K,
Must Sell (813) 684-2813
Lincoln 2001 Navigator
BIk w/ tan Ithr int.
TV/DVD/VCR, 6 disc Cd,
female driven, Garage
kept, lightly used,
Immac. cond. Non Smok-
er 29.5K mi. Asking
$27,900 855-5858 x 102
MITSUBISHI 2002 Monte-
ro XLS, super clean laid
off must sell Tast.
$18,000 obo. Call
813-679-0136
NISSAN 1997 Pathfinder
XE Auto, AC, All Power,
Cruise, CD, 89k mi, Mi-
nor Damage. First $4300
takes it. 813-748-7716
NISSAN 2002 Xterra SE,
4DR, super charged,38K
blk, below Keny blue
book, all ops, $15,500
813-784-1199 727-2215
NISSAN 2002 XTERRA XE,
V6, all power, cruise, CD,
bug shield, khaki color,
like new. Sell for payoff.
(813)973-0078
NISSAN 2003 Murano SL
Almost new, auto, AC
silver, 15k mi, loaded
sunrf, CD. $25,500
813-986-7930. 785-8339
Toyota 19994Runner LTD
95K hwy mi, sunrf, all
Ithr, tow, full options, 1
owner, garaged, exc cond
very strong and clean
$12499obo 727-866-8786
TOYOTA 2002 4Runner
SR5, V6, 2WD, Grey,
Towing Pkg, Roof Rack,
ABS, 38K pwr-w, dl,
Cruise CD, Clean, Exc
$20,645 813-833-3622
I | Scooters& I
633 Mopeds

Scooter Brand New 2004
49 cc 4-Stroke, 45+
mph, Elec Start, color
choices! Only 825
Going Fast! 407-617-0330
SCOOTER-Pride Sundan-
cer electric scooter with
Harmar auto lift. Like
new, $1,850 for both or
best offer. 813-877-3249
1l435I Motorcycles
HARLEY 1993 Softail Cus-
tom 32K Mi, New Tires,
Extras, Will e-mail pics,
$11,500
813-781-1361a
HARLEY 1997 CUSTOM
FAT BOY, 2x winner Rat-
shole Daytona w/many
others. Chrome & extras
front to back engine
hexcut & powder coat-
ed, dual hyper chargers
Carlini handle bars, all
cable braided Inferno
whls. A SHOW STOPPER!
$24900obo 813-964-9005
HARLEY 1998 95TH AN
NIVERSARY ULTRA. ev
erything you could put
on it'ison t' Cr'rbin sea
6-discCDplayer Stage
kit, matching helmet,
etc. Must see! $16,800
obo. 813-964-9005
HARLEY 1998 HERITAGE
Springer, 1600 orig. mi,
liKe new, black, discon-
tinued model. $17,000.
727-688-1565 ,
Harley Davidson 1999 FXD
Super Glide, 7K miles
excellent cond lots of
extras, coball blue,
$11,000.813-494-0168
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2000
883 Sportster 5000 miles
mag wheels extra
chrome easy clutch nice
pipes very strong en-
gne $6500 (813)
633-0475
Harley Davidson 2001
Dino Low Rider, 2900 mi,
$7K in extras, custom
paint ext. warranty,
$13,900.813-654-1117
HARLEY 2002 Fatboy, On-
ly 3600 Miles! Beautiful
cond. Thousands in up-
grades $16j500 Darryl
813-230-4291
HARLEY 2002 ROAD KING
1,400 miles black many
extras extended war-
ranty, like new, $18,500.
Call (352) 540-9399
ADVERTISE IN CLASS 631
AND SEE YOUR VAN GO!


1635 | Motorcycles |
HARLEY 2002 V ROD 3800
miles, perfect condition.
$14 000 OBO
813-478-8907
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2003
FAT BOY Gun Metal
3600 mi., 5 yr warranty.
$20,500 OBO.
813-323-2836
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2004
Ultra Classic, $4000 in
extras. $25,000 invested
will take $19.000 (863)
984.41:4% :' .2'4 4174
HD 2003 Road hn, CIas.
sic Anniversary model,
stage 2, screaming ea-
gle pipes, 9k mi, perfect
cond. Tour bag,custom
seat, $22k 813-909-8486
HONDA 1973 ST90, 90cc,
$700.
813-996-4806

HONDA 1998 CBR 600 F3
Rare Sandstorm Ed, 11k
mi, D&D exh, exc cond,
$5000/BO, (863)
559-774
HONDA 2000 VALKYRIE
GL1500 TOURER Show-
room condition, garage
kept, 15,000 mi. Corbin
seat, windshield
w/bags. Cobra 6 into 6
exhaust system. Sad-
dlebags. To much to list
Black/Chrome! $18,000
invested. $11,800
813-601-7677
HONDA VTX 2002 1800
Retro, apprx 10k mi.
Bags, windshield &
many extras. $7900.
813-810-1223.
HONDA 2002 ST1100
Adult owned, garage
kept, 20k ml, all sched-
uled maint. $8000 obo
813-505-8943
CLASSIFIED
IS CONVENIENT
HONDA 2003 SHADOW,
VT600CDT, VLX DLX,
mint cond, 4200 mi, Ithr
saddlebags & cover.
$4500 obo. 727-799-3740
SUZUKI 1999 DR350, dirt
or street legal exc cond,
$2900.352-583-2572
or 352-424-0584

SUZUKI 2000 INTRUDER
1400, 1 owner, 11k mi,
Ithr like saddle bags,
custom pipes, mustang
seat asking $5500
813-677-4358
SUZUKI 2002 LC INTRUD-
ER 6K miles, w/acc. Se-
nior Owned, garage
kept. 6K miles. $6500.
813-633-3382
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will pic
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
Golf Carts
CLUB CAR, 36 volt battery
charpler, 6 brand neww6
volt interstate batteries,
never used.$400.
Call 813-382-2835
GOLF CARS: 2001 E-Z Go
$1700 2002 E-Z Go$2000,
2001 Club Car $1800,
2004 New E-Z Go $4600,
1-800-571-1644
YAMAHA 2004 GAS 4 pas-
senger, full top, 2 for-
waru facing seats, 1 y
warranty, $5650 OBO.
813-633-7843:988-7800
16371ATVs I
Bombardier 2000 4x4
Traxter 1031 orig. miles.
$3500. 813-671-3546 or
13-220-0872

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HONDA 2002 RECON
250cc, auto trans. Illness
forces sale! $3500.
352-583-5755

2003 4-Wheeler1 Vento,
100 CC self mixing 2-
stroke, auto trans.,
elect. start new $1800.
Sell $1300.813-281-3979
I Vehicles
640 Wanted
CASH FOR CARS, TRUCKS
ANDVANS RUNNINGOR
NOT FREE TOWING,
QUICK REMOVAL
13-363-1874
VEHICLES WANTED!
CASH TODAY! Running
or not. Cars, Trucks &
Vans. Call 813-630-9201
or 813-960-9150
WE BUY CARS, trucks,
tow trucks, boats, RVs.
CASH TODAY! Any cond!
Free removal. Top $$
Call 813-963-5508 ASAP

CASH PAID
For Cars Running or Not!
We'll come pick it up!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535
Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
CADILLAC 1972 El Dorado
Convertible, 54K mi.,
Runs well, must sell. Re-
duced to $4500 obo.
863-698-3720
CHEVY 1955 Belaire, 2
door, hardtop, red, auto-
maticV8. $16,500.
863-697-1319. 763-6266
FORD 1988 Mustang GT
Convertable, 5L, AC, au-
tomatic new top & tires,
73k miles mint cond,
$7500.813-651-1910


Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
NISSAN 1983 280ZX 2+2,
looks good and runs
good. $1200 obo
813-300-4950.
PLYMOUTH 1966 Sport
Fury convertible 383,
needs TLC $6500 obo.
813-368-7049.

I Automobiles
649 For Sale

Acura 1988 Legend, 4 dr
sedan, AC, white, runs
good. $1900
813-892-3323 985-8582
ACURA 1993 LEGEND,
Black, 145K mi., A/C CD,
leather interior, good
condition. $3 500 OBO.
Call 813-731-1795
ACURA 1995 Legend Well-
kept, full power, cold air,
highway miles, alloy
wneels,/leather, $4500
Motivated to sell.
813-707-1552
ACURA 2002 RSX Type S
Met. pntdk grey, OEM
upgrades, spir,, fog
lights 48k, $16,900 obo
Details* 813-335-1596
AUDI 2000 A4, 1.8 Turbo,
exc. cond, fully loaded,
4DR, leather, tinted win-
dows CD,sunrf., 60k mi
$12,900 813-928-3356
AUDI 2000 A4 1.8 Turbo,
Teal, sunroof, loaded,
leather, 61K miles, sport
wheels. $15,500. Perfect
cond.! 863-698-6806
BMW 1994 318i Cony. 72k
mi, Auto all pwr, AC,
cruise, K grn. am/fm
cass, garaged. $7200
(813) 685-9995
BMW 1995 318i, Red/tan,
am/fm cassette, sun-
roof, AC, 5 speed,great
condo, runs great, $6,800
obo. 813-810-6804
BMW 1997 5281, 90K
miles. Burgundy color,
fully loaded, premium
package. $10,500 OBO.
Must sell. (813)994-3820
BMW 1999 323i
Convertible, 49.8K
miles, loaded, silver,
gray leather interior
$9,995obo 813-925-1899
BMW 1999 740iL Blue,
Grey Int, Immaculate,
100K War'ty Garaged,
New tires, 68K Miles
$22,000.727-344-2337
BMW 2000 323i, silver/
gray Ithr, 51k miles sun-
roof, all power options,
Exc condo! $21000 obo
813-654-4520
BMW 2001 5251A, clean
car fax, 49K, triptronic,
AC Ithr int. sunrf, alloy
his. all pwr, bright tita-
nium, $29.9K. 783-8547
BMW 2003 3301, Automat-
ic Silver/ gray, loaded,
assume lease 2 yrs
17K/yr, $583/mo total
cost. 13-494-0168
BUICK 1982 LaSabre Lim-
ited Good Condition
$11,999.813-986-3256
Buick 1991 Park Ave Ultra,
gray Ithr, new tires,
maintained by owner
low miles Great cond!
$1,395 obo 813-949-1480
BUICK 1994 LESABRE
106K, new computer
tires, battery, $2,800
(813) 653-7230

BUICK 1996 Century, V6,
68K mi, auto, power all,
w/rd seat wht w/blue
thint.,$4750/obo .
BUICK 1996 Century, 2nd
owner 76K mi. V6, 3rd
seat, Wht w/blue cloth
int $4950/obo Both cars
well maint. 813-625-9375
BUICK 2001 Park Ave.
loaded w/ options, exc.
cond. owner, 31k mi.,
light bronze metallic.
$15,995.813-977-8668
CADILLAC 1990 ALLANTE
sport car pearl wht,
burg int, 110Kmi always
garaged, great cond.
$9800-obo813-949-3598
CADILLAC 1992 EL Dorado
128K miles, gray/gray
leather mag wheels,
$3750 obo.
(941)228-7636
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 1993 Sedan De-
Ville $2,750, 142K, Runs
Very Well. Many new
parts incl stereo radio
CD player. 813-634-2525
Cadillac 1997 SLS
Sedan red, 61,300 miles
$8,960. Owner at
813-689-6766 Seffner
CADILLAC 1999 DEVILLE
Warranty, Northstar,
85K mi. $9995 Firm.
727-224-5660
813-899-1679
CHEVY 1982 Corvette
Crossfire Injection.
69,601 orig miles, fair
condition. $9500obo.
813-267-7793/956-3375
CHEVY 1994 CAMARO,
Red automatic, A/C,
excellent condition,
runs perfect $3,000 obo.
813-508-2847

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I4 I Automobiles
649- For Sale

CHEVY 1996 BERETTA 2
dr exccond 4cyl,5 spd,
A/C, pwr dr lock, CD, de-
fogger $1995
813-855-1032
CHEVY 1996 CAVALIER,
2 door, 5 speed, ps,
am/fm radiow/CD A/C,
needs work, $900.
813-681-1255
Chevy 1998 Cavalier, 4
door, auto, AC, Cass/
one owner, 36k mi, green,
clean, $4750.
727-376-8549.
Chevy 2003 Malibu, 7K
mi., auto, 4dr, all power,
cruise control, AC, CD,
factory warranty,
$7,950, 813-380-4119
Chrysler 1991 LeBaron
convertible, V-6, anti-
lock brakes, airbag, 1
owner, 60K mi. $1900
obo 813-685-3777
CHRYSLER 2002 PT
Cruiser Touring, 5 spd,
full power, CD, chrome
wheels, excellent cond,
$10,500.813-246-1148
Corvette 1985, Viper Blue
w/white stripes,
Greenwood spoiler 16"
mags 160K mi, rebuilt
trans. new ac & MP3.
Neon It kit, runs good.
$6950 813-43-0443
CORVETTE 1989, red, con-
vertible, 51K mi, ga-
raged baby. Exc cond.
Beautiful car! $15,000
firm. 1-800-210-7596
CORVETTE 1991 Many
new parts, low miles,
glass top.
813-~29-0633
CORVETTE 1992 Coupe,
LT1, 2 owners, gar'd,
unique paint job 109k
runs/ks great! $10,900
obo 813-928-8092
CORVETTE 2000 Coupe,
Red/black. Loaded, 2
tops, HUD memory, auto
44k Below ADA
$24,350.813-494-2930
CORVETTE 2003 Yellow,
7200 mi., Blk intr,.6 spd,
h.u.d., boiler exhaust,
chrome rimsext. warr.
$37K OBO. 813-298-8088
DAEWOO 2000 LEGANZA,
51K, clean, 1 owner,
sunroof, 6-CD changer,
leather $5900. Call after
6pm 813-909-4292
DODGE 1998 Avenger Low
miles, loaded, newtires
new brakes, black good
condition. $3500 obo.
Days 727-420-3039
Nights 813-973-7132
DODGE 2000 STRATUS SE,
auto. 4dr, mint condi-
tion, ike new, 31K origi-
nal ml mi 1 onwer only
$5600 (427) 541-65'66
DODGE 2003 STRATUS
SXT, 20K mi., 5 speed,
A/C, CD, sunroof, alloy,
factory warranty.
$9,800 OBO. 813-404-7200
FORD 1995 ESCORT Es-
tate Sale Great condi-
tion, 5,500 mi, White
Wagon, grey interior,
$2,300 (813)968-4015
FORD 1996 MUSTANG CO-
BRA 82,000 mi, loaded,
Red, Coupe, 5 Speed, 8
Cyl. $9,500 obo, 2 many
extras 2 list call 4 info
(813) 629-7467
FORD 1996 TAURUS, ex-
tra clean, cold AC, way
below book value, must
sell $2595 obo
813-641-9138; 787-1011
FORD 1997 CROWN VIC-
TORIA 100k mi, black,
gray Ithr, exc cond load-
ed $4500 (813) 961-4577

FORD 1998 MUSTANG
red, Sspd, all power, 62K
miles, excellent condi-
tion, $6,000 or best offer.
Call 813-348-6375
FORD 2000 Mustang 6 cyl,
auto, low mileage, Ithr
seats, AM/FM CD, tint-
ed, mag whls, exc cond.
$9450.813-493-0700
FORD 2000 TAURUS LX
Blue, 73K mi., A/C, all
power, hwy miles, alloy
wheels $5,800. A must
see! 863-698-6806
FORD 2001 FOCUS, Auto,
4 door, AC, 1 owner,
excellent condition,
43K original miles, $5750.
(727)541-6566
FORD 2001 TAURUS black
4dr, new AC & brakes,
exc. cond. $6900 obo.
813-244-9534

FORD 2002 FOCUS ZTS,
blkw/grey Ithrint, auto,
CD, all pwr, 37k mi runs
& looks like new $8450
obo 813-855-6505
FORD 2003 TAURUS SES,
Auto, all power keyless
CD, alloys, 25K, perfect
cond, fact warr $10,500
OBO. 813-719-0900
FORD 2004 MUSTANG CO-
BRA Silver, 20" custom
wheels, 6spd, 1959
miles, $32,000. Make of-
fer. 813-240-0945
GEO 1993 Prizm, 4 dr
5spd. Rd w/gry int. Good
cond, w/new tires
brakes. Tapeplyr & cold
AC. $2150.813-785-0629
HODNA 2000 CIVIC EX,
white w/grey int,40k mi,
A/C cruise pwr wind
sn rit, exc cond $13,500
813-973-3812
CLASSIFIED
WORKS!


I Automobiles
649 For Sale

HONDA 1989 Accord, 4 dr,
tinted windows, am/fm
cassette vi er alarm,
140K mi, Exc Student
Car! $2300/obo 833-8089
HONDA 1992 CIVIC Great
shape, White, Sedan 4
Speed, 4 Cyl. $2,200/obo
MustSee (813) 495-7125

HONDA 1995 Civic EX, au-
to, ice cold air, sun roof,
new black paint job, V-
Tech eng, CD stereo, ex-
tra clean, well main-
tained, $3500 obo.
813-323-5404,632-2969.
HONDA 1996 Civic Ex, AC,
sunrf, V-tec, good cond.
$4500 obo. 813-281-0968
HONDA 1998 Accord EX
Coupe, Silver, Auto, 4
cyl Sunroof,' spoiler,
cold AC, 66K, Must Sell
$9,200 obo 813-681-4974
Honda 1998 Civic Hatch-
back CX Rims, lowered
spoiler, 95k mi, $5800
obo 813-785-2656

HONDA 1999 ACCORD, 2
dr, red, nice rims, CD
Chgr, 58k mi. A/C,
PW/PL, V-Tech, $8904
813-404-7168
Honda 2001 Civic EX, 4 dr,
37k mi, blue sunroof,
full power. AM4/FM/CD,
Good condition. $8200
obo 813-748-7716
HONDA 2003 CIVIC EX
13.8k mi, 5 spjd coup, sil-
ver, pwr wind, keyless
entry. exc cond $13,500
727-488-4821

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HONDA 2003 S2000 Silver-
stone metallic, Ilk mi,
superb cond, complete
spoiler pkg,8LoaCk sec
$30,000 83-299-3455
HONDA 98 Passport, red,
69k mi, multiple CD, pwr
windows & doors, crs
cntrl, exc. A/C. $7,450
OBO. 813-404-1039.
HYUNDAI 2000 Elantra
BLK, 4dr, Auto, Air, CC,
SpIr, 64K gd cond
$4,800. OBO ,
813-368-3542
HYUNDAI 2003 ACCENT
GL, 15k mi, auto A/C,
CD pwr everything,
$9000BO 813-251-65B2

INFINITI 2003 G35 31,500
ml, Silver Sedan Auto.,
2 WD, 6 Cyl. $29,000
Luxury LOADED (813)
727-4904
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.
Jaquar 2001 Vanden Plas,
em green, beige Ithr int
38k mi, sunroof, loaded!
Exc cond. Under warr.
$31,900 727-821-3028
Lexus 1993 SC300, 93K mi,
heated Ithr seats per-
fect cond. inside & out.
Loaded wall pwr opts.
$8500.813-758-1207
LEXUS 1995 ES300 Navy
Blue W/Tan int Lthr
ABS, sunroof, 6 CD/
Castt, fully loaded, all
pwr.69.3K Miexc. cond,
$7,899 obo 727-692-6647
Spot Advertising Works
LINCOLN 2000 Town Car
Cartier Estate Sale,
Private Party. Low miles,
no smoking, garage
kept, white, beige
leather loaded $16,900
1-727-791-1777 '
MAZDA 1994 MIATA MX-5
100,282 mi, Red Con-
vertible, 5 Speed, 2 WD,
4 Cyl. $2,800, Must Sell
(813)785-8768
MAZDA 2004 RX8 slvr/ bk
Ithr int., 6sp, loaded 4k
miles, sunroof. $24,900
Call (863) 581-3823 or
(863) 648-2555
MERCEDES 1986 190
beige, Ithr int, sunroof,
cold AC, water pump
leaks. $1500.
813-931-0927
Mercedes 1986 420SEL.
Clean, gold sedan,
private owner must sell!
WEEKEND TOY, call for
details. 813-767-
3139/813-971-0795
Mercedes 1990 420SEL,
Smoke Silver, 85K mi.,
exc. cond immaculate.
all books & rec. $9,500.
813-932-5576; 933-2337
MERCEDES 1992 500SL
convertible w/.two tops,
42K mi. like new,
$22,000.727-688-1565

MERCEDES Benz 1997
E420, dark green, cream
Ithr, 63k mi, exc cond,
$21,500. Days (813)
20-7434, eves 920-2018
MERCEDES 1998 300TD,
white with Palomino in-
terior. Must sell, new
one on the way!
813-962-7067/833-2227
MERCEDES 1999 E430
Sport Black/black, 84k
mi,exc cond, orig owner,
Dealer serviced only.
$20,000 727-585-4641
MERCEDES BENZ 2001
S600 BIk/blk 14K mi,
sport pkg, all opts +
I8"chome whis, 100K mi
ext warranty. Exc. cond.
Not a scratch. Asking
$73,000 727-864-2024


SAutomobiles
649 For Sale

Mercedes Benz 2002
E430 Sport exc cond
high perf. must see. 30K
mi, 4.3 V8 BIk on Bl!( w/
all upgrades; inci
100K/10 yr Warr, 4yr/
50K R/Side asst. Lo Jack,
Bose 6 disc & lots more.
$41,500 813-477-9960
Mercedes 2002 CLK 320,
Cabriolet 2 dr, silver,
grey Itr int, auto, 29k mi,
all power Bose 6 CD
$45,000 727-687-5796
Mercedes 2003 CLK 500
Coupe silver/charcoal,
loaded, perfect, 11K.
Inherited, must sell!
$46,000.813-837-4964
Mitsubishi 1997 Eclipse,
GS-T Turbo 96kmi red
5 spd, spoiler, new tires,
$5500.
813-685-5530

NISSAN 1994 Sentra. Cold
AC, 4dr, auto, runs,
needs work. $800obo.
813-685-7891
NISSAN 1997 Maxima SE 5
speed, maroon, Bose,
sunroof, heated leather
seats, records, carfax.
$7200.813-390-1833.
NISSAN 1999 MAXIMA SE,
Fully loaded, leather,
CD, sunroof, Gold, exc.
cond. $8,500.
Call 813-920-6768
OLDS 1984 Cutlass Supre-
me, 75K mi, looks/runs
great, ice cold air super
shar in/out, $1,750.
813-948-7818/975-6716
OLDS 1989 CUTLASS, 1
owner, 43k mi, runs
100%, body 100% like
new $1300 obo Call
Amos 813-433-6168
OLDSMOBILE 1988 Ninety
Eight, Ithr, New tires &
trans AM/FM/cass,
P/W, P/L, 148K mi. $1506
obo.813-654-7662
OLDSMOBILE 2003 Alero
GL Silver 4 door 14k
miles, NEW CONDITfION!
1 1 5 0 0 o b o.
13-662-1608
PONTIAC 2000 Grand Prix
GTP Super Charge, 58K,
4dr, green fullyloaded,
sunroof, CD, underwarr.
$12,000 813-765-4281
PORSCHE 1999 CARRERA
Silver, 18" wheels, sun-
roof, new engine with
warranty $43,0000.
813-855-5436/453-2369
SATURN 2000 LS1 4dr
silver,27k mi, mint cond,
auto, PW, PDL, CD Key-
less, spoiler $6500
813-920-2502
TOYOTA 1989 COROLLA,
auto, 4 door A/C radio,
looks & runs excellent.
$1,700 OBO
813-758-1714
TOYOTA 1991 CAMRY CE,
67k, clean in & out, dark
green, new tires, all
power, cass good cond
6900.813-335-5161
TOYOTA 1996 COROLLA,
auto, A/C, real clean,
runs good. $2,600.
813-229-3235
or 813-924-0808
TOYOTA 1997 AVALON
XL- 142K, gold, sunroof.
CD player, steel whis,
very nice cond. $5000.
813.300.4028813.766.9701
Toyota 1997 Camry, 4 dr,
all power, 5 spd, leather
seats, stereo auto A/C,
good cond. $5,800.
13-837-0000; After 4
TOYOTA 1998 SIENNA LE,
1 owner, 45K mi., White
very clean, excellent
condition. $10,600.
813-495-3909
Toyota 1999 Camry LE,
a/c pw, pi cd player,
115k mi, newv engine w/
22k mi, $6495
813-299-4038
TOYOTA 2000 CELICA
GTS, automatic, 44K
miles, loaded leather,
sunroof, $12 990.
813-949-8'773
TOYOTA 2002 Corolla CE,
4 door, automatic, air,
11,000 miles like new,
$10,000.813-657-2422.

TOYOTA 2004 Corolla CE,
auto AC, CD/cas., sil-
ver, N-smoke, mint con-
dition, $13,000.
352-408-2649.
VOLVO 1993 Station Wag-
on 940 GL, Auto, Sun-
roof, New Battery &
Tires asking $3,000
813-215-5544
VOLVO 2001 C70 convert-
ible, white/tan leather,
30,500 miles, non smok-
er, exc condition,
$24,500.813-353-0788
VW 1972 BUS, body, mo-
tor, inside all good; 1
owner since '8V, all re-
cords, working AC. Ask-
ing $3,200.813-431-5285

VW 1974 BUG
$1,000. Call for details,
813-298-0360
VW 1999 PASSAT 70K mi,
Silver, Auto, 4 Cyl.
9,500 neg. Leather, Sun
oof Great Car New
Brakes (813) 254-9894
VW 2001 Cabrio GLX 23K
Mi, Fully Loaded, Leath-
er Interior, 6CD Chang-
$15,000 obo 813-920-7040





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