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Avual 216, 2004 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORID
Take a last minute
look at your Repub-
lican candidates for
District 4 seat and
District 62 of the
Florida House of
How feasible are
the city's annexation
hopes? A consulting
firm gives its findings
to the city commis-
sion and chamber of
Four local men
GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Wilma Logan's daughters and granddaughter share light-hearted moments as they thumb through a photo album of memories.
Shown clockwise from bottom are Helen Stovall, Merle Overstreet, Connie Bonds and Natasha Davis.
Gone, Not Forgotten
One Family's Struggle Against Alzheimer's Disease
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
Family members and friends say that
Wilma Logan was a loving and caring
woman who always returned a smile.
But by the end of her long life, she no
longer recognized her family, didn't
know who she was and couldn't reflect
on the love that was constantly a part of
Logan was a victim of Alzheimer's dis-
"It is no secret that Alzheimer's is a
very degrading and tortuous disease,"
said Connie Bonds, one of Logan's five
children. "I would love for the cure to be
found for Alzheimer's. No family should
have to go through this slow and agoniz-
ing loss of a loved one. Losing someone
can never be easy, but this disease is
Wilma was born Sept. 5, 1919, and
moved to this area with her husband,
Thomas. They sold a peach farm in Chil-
ton County, Ala., and came to this area
on her 45th birthday.
"Those were the sweetest peaches in
the world," Bonds said. "And our mama
was just as sweet. She worked hard every
day, but she had a cheerful hello and a
very kind way about her all her life."
Logan's family learned how Alzhei-
mer's has a way of changing people's
personalities when they forget about
life's niceties and no longer recognize
the people around them. Fortunately for
the Logan survivors, their mother main-
See MEMORIES, Page 21
SALUTE TO AGRICULTURE
Southside Farm Supply Offers Products,
Knowledge And Community Service
Here's a preview of
what you'll find in
The Tampa Tribune's
Plant City section
Q Plant City
moves forward with
a near $6 million
renovation of the
TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
Southside Farm Supply owner Dennis Der
says it is the store's commitment to
customer and community service, as well
as the ability to change with the times,
that makes the store a success.
TAKES ACTIVE ROLE
Editor's note: This is the
second installment of a four-
part series in which The Cou-
rier profiles the Greater Plant
City Chamber of Commerce's
2004 "Salute to Agriculture"
award winners. Last week, Bob
Wilder, agriculture educator of
Dennis Der made up his
mind even before he left the
orange grove that day in 1978.
Elizabeth Der had come to
the Fort Lonesome grove
where her son was working to
ask him if he would take up
the family business.
Yes, Southside Farm Supply
was struggling to stay afloat.
But Der, still a month away
from graduating from Plant
City High School, had already
considered doing what he
could to bring it back.
"She told me to iake it over
and see what I could do with
it," Der recalled.
And in a time when college
wasn't a must as it is today, he
said his other option was
working in the mining indus-
try. He didn't even have to
See SOUTHSIDE, Page 23
2 T hE.CO RER AUi GUST 26, 2004
Growth Study Gives Officials Few Options
TISCHLER REPORT OUTLINES
COSTS FOR EXPANSION
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
Mass annexation by the city won't
That is what a report analysis submit-
ted to the city by consultant Paul Tischler
said. Tischler was hired by the Greater
Plant City Chamber of Commerce, on
behalf of the city, to identify costs sur-
rounding the increased growth during the
aext 26 years. Tischler concluded that
growth, under the present tax and fee
schedules, will not pay for itself.
Tischler made a presentation at city
aall Monday, pointing out the proposed
growth of the city and the financial obst-
acles to each. His report is expected to be
used by the commission and city staff to
determine the best way to proceed into
the future. His plan considers about
21,000 acres that are available for devel-
-pment in areas surrounding the city.
"To the question will growth and devel-
3pment using mass annexation pay for
itself, the answer is no," Tischler said.
'Under your present property tax and
Impact fee schedules, you don't have
enough revenue to maintain your level of
Tischler's study, dated Aug. 16, consid-
ars wide-spread annexation into the city
from areas northeast, west and south of
the city. He suggests that in all of those
scenarios the level of services could not
be maintained without raising property
taxes, impact fees, utility rates, or a
The northeast area is an area from
Knights Griffin Road and State Road 39,
east to the Polk County line. Inside that
area, Tischler estimates there is about
GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Paul Tischler, a consultant for city
planning, spoke at city hall Aug. 23, during
an annexation public meeting. Tischler's
report, commissioned by the Greater
Plant City Chamber of Commerce on
behalf of the city, defines the costs
associated with growth and expansion
plans for the city.
6,160 developable acres of land.
The southern area is defined as one-
quarter section south of State Road 60,
over to Turkey Creek Road with an east-
ern boundary near Jim Johnson Road.
The southern area contains about 4,000
acres of developable land.
The western boundary runs just along
Interstate 4, from Thonotosassa Road to
McIntosh Road, and south and north of
the Interstate. Referred to as the corridor,
the land that is developable there is about
Tischler pointed out that Plant City has
the geographical room to expand its city
limits, but made it clear the ways to grow
without raising fees and taxes are
"If residential growth passes you by
during the next seven to 10 years, and it
could be delayed, if you choose to," he
said. "The area will eventually be devel-
oped, but at a much greater cost to the
Developers and buyers will be faced
with much higher costs and the housing
market could price itself out of the
City Manager David Sollenberger did
not miss the point.
"The city revenue structure isn't suffi-
cient at this time to support all the annex-
ations in the three major areas studied by
Tischler," he said. "Voluntary annexa-
tion, involving private individuals who
have property adjacent to the city limits,
is obviously more economically
Plant City is in the process of raising
impact and stormwater fees in its effort to
increase revenue without raising the
"The property taxes haven't been
increased in 16 years," Sollenberger said.
"Other forms of revenue will be needed to
help us pay for the expected growth; We
have to look at growth through annexa-
tion from a fiscally responsible point of
view. The city should ideally provide
infrastructure and services to its residents
and business partners without raising
See GROWTH, Page 22
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
The city commission
agreed Monday night to
sell the former Farm Store
property on Baker Street
and use the income to help
defray the cost of renovat-
ing the new police head-
quarters on East Alexander
City Manager David Sol-
that the commissioners
approve the sale of the 2.4-
acre property at the
appraised price of $343,000.
The county property
appraiser assigned a total
value to the property of
$369,721, but Sollenberger
recommended the lower
price to help sell the
"I also recommend that
the city rezone the property
to CU, a zoning more con-
ducive with the gateway
concept Baker Street
should bear," Sollenberger
Presently the zoning for
the property is C-2, a more
liberal zoning designation
See SELL, Page 22
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County fair meeting
officials will hold a public
meeting Aug. 26. at 6:30
p.m. at Walden Lake Ele-
mentary School, 2800
Turkey Creek Road, to
discuss the possible relo-
cation of the Greater 1-1 ilk-
borough County Fair from
Tampa to land at State
Road 60 and Sydneyi
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organization., would lease
the property from the
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Traffic calming in Dover
officials will hold a public
meeting Aug. 26 to discuss
traffic problems along
Heritage Drive from
Sydney Road to Heritage
Crest Drive, and Heritage
Crest Drive from Heritage
Drive to Valrico Road.
The meeting will be in
the cafeteria at Colson
Elementary School, 1520
A solution could be the
installation of speed
humps. A recommenda-
tion to the county com-
mission will be based on
input from the meeting.
Call: Steve Valdez. 272-
The Cornerstone Cen-
ter's board of directors
will present "Summer
Rhapsody" Aug. 28 at the
Cornerstone Center, 315
N. Collins St.
Dinner will begin at 6:30
p.m., with the show start-
ing at 8.
Tickets for the dinner,
show and reception are
$50 per person; show and
reception only is $25.
All proceeds benefit the
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Plant City utility maintenance workers got down and dirty when they helped the city of Wachula repair its drinking water supply.
The Plant City crew isolated the system and replaced 900 feet of 8-inch pipe needed to bring water to 600 homes. Portable
generators provided by the Plant City helped power water pumps to pressurize the system crippled by Hurricane Charley, Aug. 13.
City Sends Utility Crew To Wachula
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
Plant City is doing what it
can to help a Hardee County
community recover from
damage done by Hurricane
City officials sent gasoline-
powered generators and a
crew of utility maintenance
workers to Wachula, Aug. 18,
to help restore drinking water
service. Wachula is located
'about 50 miles southeast of
Plant City, on U.S. 17.
"I got a call from Andy Mad-
dox, the utilities supervisor in
Wachula, on Monday," said
Wayne Everhart, Maddox's
counterpart in Plant City.
"They were calling to see if we
could spare a portable
generator to help restore
drinking water service in the
Maddox had called the sup-
plier of that equipment, which
happens to be the same one
used by Plant City. The distrib-
utor had no pumps available,
but he told Maddox that Plant
City had just purchased four
generators for use in its well-
"Andy said the Wachula
drinking water system had not
only lost power," Everhart
said. "Pipes carrying drinking
water had been destroyed
when trees were uprooted and
broke- the underground
Everhart asked Maddox to
fax a wish list of things needed
to help restore service, and
anything else that could help
them in the recovery.
"I wasn't sure what we could
provide, but I was willing to
find out," Everhart said.
City Manager David Sollen-
berger approved the delivery
of three 220 volt generators,
temporary shelters, and sent a
utility maintenance crew to
Wachula to help them
"My position is that we will
send what we can in this
said. "It is what we should do
to help them out. Next time, it
could be us. It is the right thing
to do, whether we get reim-
bursed or not."
Plant City purchased four ol
the generators earlier this year
for about $15,000 each. They
are used as an emergency
back-up system to operate
pumps needed to move drink-
See UTILITY, Page 26
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A taste of what
could have been
Jim Jillson is dwarfed by
the massive oak tree that
crashed down upon the
detached garage at the
North Wheeler Street
home he shares with his
mother Alice. Alice Jillson
was home alone Saturday
about 2 p.m. when a
packing heavy wind gusts
caused the tree to fall,
crumpling the garage's
roof, buckling the walls
and missing their home
by feet. Jim Jillson said it
gave the family a taste of
what could have been
two weeks ago if Hurri-
cane Charley had torn
through the area and he
reminded families with
elderly relatives to be
aware of their loved ones
when storms come
through. "If the wind had
been blowing in a differ-
ent direction and the tree
had fallen on the house, it
would have killed her,"
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from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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mary election on Aug. 31. A
photo and signature identifi-
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Polls on election day are
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When Did We Decide Correct
Grammar Is Optional?
ast month I voluntarily
read a book on English
grammar. The exercise
was especially ironic in light
of my questionable high
school record vis-a-vis, the
fundamentals and the
application of punctuation
A cursory survey of con-
temporary practice reveals an
unfortunate and growing
disinterest regarding the
precise application of both
spelling and grammar
protocols. Indeed, such
rarefied tools of the erudite as
the semicolon a personal
favorite have all but disap-
Both e-mail and text
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flouting: "RUOK?"; "CUL8R";
you OK? See you later.
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So, you may ask, "Y all z
Well, and this is closer to
contemporary than you may,
have guessed, our illustrious
language was floundering as
recently as the early 19th
century. While the French
language had been quite
literally cosseted for several
hundred years by an elite
committee appointed to
monitor and issue decrees
regarding everything from
spelling and pronunciation to
idiom English was not only
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It was not until the London
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addressed with any sense of
coordinated purpose. The
consequent Oxford English
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a reference of convention that
has been key to the ascen-
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Communication is the
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Chain Saw Crew Helps Cut Suffering
They call themselves the
Hurricane Charley Chain Saw
Crew and are anxious for new
Four members of First
United Methodist Church in
Plant City Michael Cam-
eron, Dave Butcher, Scott
Taylor and my son Andrew -
went to Arcadia to help a
family last Saturday. They
made contact through the
Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce with a family
whose house was damaged by
a huge oak tree.
The young men offered to
take chain saws and a
generator and help the family,
but had no idea what to
expect. When they drove into
town, they saw destruction
everywhere. Lines of people
were waiting for food, cloth-
ing and water. Telephone and
concrete electrical poles had
been snapped in half.
"When we found the home,
all the trees had been blown
over, uprooted and twisted
into pieces," said Cameron,
an investment representative
for Edward Jones, who
spearheaded the group. "The
streets were clogged with
limbs and debris, twisted
metal was strewn about, kid's
toys were buried under the
weight of tons of fallen trees
and there was absolutely no
shade to be found anywhere."
Briggs said it was like a war
zone, and noted that the only
oaks left standing were live
oaks, and though stripped of
their leaves, they had not
been uprooted like others.
The four guys, though
fatigued and hot, left feeling a
tremendous need to continue
"The generator offered the
family the first opportunity to
do laundry in a week,"
Michael said. "It could have
been Plant City."
The four will be heading
out again this Saturday with
their chain saws. If anyone is
interested in going, call the
church at 754-3519.
Many people have jumped
in and are helping the storm
victims. Plant City has a
generous heart and I know
these young men, chainsaws
in hand, were certainly
appreciated in Arcadia last
Congratulations to Michelle
Fairfield and Carl Hall Jr. on
Andrew Briggs, left, Michael Cameron, Dave Butcher and Scott Taylor revved up their chainsaws
last weekend to help victims of Hurricane Charley.
their engagement and
upcoming marriage on Sept.
Michelle says she and Carl
have been friends for a long
time and one day a co-worker
suggested the two are so
much alike they should get
together. That's just what
happened. The happy couple
is taking all family members
on the honeymoon cruise to
tmie Grand Caymans and
Cozumel- parents, sisters, all
except Michelle's menagerie
of horses and dogs. Knowing
Michelle's love for animals,
she probably would if she
Best wishes to the whole
Speaking of happy families
and sisters, there will be an
open house birthday party for
Evelyn Johnson's 77th
birthday Sept. 12 from 3 to 5
p.m. at the home of Charlotte
Britt, Evelyn's sister, on
Grandma Johnson, as
everyone calls her, is the
remarkable woman behind
the men (father and sons)
who gave Plant City Johnson's
Fred's Market Restaurant,
Grandpa Johnson's Barbeque
and a new Fred's opening up
in Lakeland this month.
You can call Charlotte at
752-3048 for directions. No
gifts, please. All friends and
family are invited.
Austin Dodson, son of Silvia
and Bill Dodson, has brought
his artistic talent to Plant City
this month and is exhibiting
some of his works at the Plant
City Public Library. He is a
student at the Philadelphia
Academy of the Fine Arts.
Don't you know his
grandmother Jossie Azorin, an
artist in her own right, is sure
proud, too. The works will be
on display until Aug. 31.
Highway to the Sun in the
Baretooth Mountains ... a wild
west story about a Plant City
That's what friends and
family thought when they saw
the cover of Hog Tales
magazine not long ago. But it
wasn't Claudia Moon, it just
bore an uncanny resemblance
to her. This summer she
decided to make the trip
herself on a Harley-Davidson
motorcycle. Next week, she
promises to give me a photo
and the rest of the story.
In case some of you
motorcycle fans have forgot-
ten, there will be a Harley
giveaway at the Bike Fest in
downtown Oct. 2. Call the
chamber of commerce at 754-
3707 for more information.
Want everyone to know
that the annual East Hills-
borough Historical Society
banquet on Oct. 5 is open to
the public and not just
See BRIGGS, Page 9
Kids Cafe at 'The Rec'
The Kids Cafe is offered
Monday through Thurs-
days from 5 to 6 p.m. at the
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Center, "The Rec." The
Kids Cafe will serve a nutri-
. tious hot meal to school-
Call: 759-9343 or 757-
,Plant City Children's
Theatre will present
"Excerpts from Chicago"
Sept. 10 at 8 p.m. and Sept.
11 at 2 and 8 p.m. at the
1914 Community Center.
The show had been
postponed due to the
threat of Hurricane Char-
Tickets are $5 in advance
and $10 at the door.
Auditions for 'Oklahoma'
The Plant City Children's
Theatre is currently host-
ing auditions for "Excerpts
from 'Oklahoma'" 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 Fridays
from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
through Sept. 27. Everyone
accepted. Fee is $35, schol-
BloodNet USA will spon-
sor the following blood
Plant City post office,
2501 Walden Woods Drive,
Aug. 27 from 9 a.m. to
Lowes of Plant City,
2801 James L. Redman
Parkway, Aug. 28 from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m.
Florida Blood Services
also runs its Neighborhood
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
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,
See ROUNDUP, Page 9
Business women seek new members
The American Business Women's
Association seeks new members to join
the group. The organization will host a
new member social Aug. 28 at 6:30
p.m. at the home of Jack and Joyce
Call: Jodi Smith, 752-5863.
The Plant City Chapter No. 1931 of
the United Daughters of the Confeder-
acy will meet Aug. 28 at 10:30 a.m. at
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLen-
New club president Carole Shelton
will preside over the business meeting.
Garden club board meeting
Plant City Garden Club will hold its
monthly board meeting Aug. 30 at 10
a.m. at the garden center.
The East Hillsborough Art Guild will
hold its first meeting of the fall season
Aug. 30 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Wom-
an's Club of Plant City, 1110 N. Wheeler
The program is "Show and Tell."
Members are asked bring. one or two
new works to show and share their
summer art endeavors, and a friend.
The meeting is the last chance to pay
dues to be in the directory.
Call: Lurline Tanner, membership
Christian Women's Club
The Plant City Christian Women's
Club plans its "A Christmas to Remem-
ber in September" luncheon Sept. 7 ai
11:30 a.m. at Walden Lake Golf anc
Country Club. The cost is $11.
The luncheon will feature speaker
Belva Crooks, who will share how she
came to a true understanding of the jo3
For reservations and complimentary
nursery, call Dorinda, 764-8385, oi
Dinah, 717-9127, or e-mail dori-
Reservations and cancellations are
Important School Dates
The following is a list of important
dates to keep in mind this school year.
For more information, visit
Sept. 6 Labor Day. students
Sept. 16 student/teacher holi-
Oct. 7 Early release day,. end of
first grading period.
Oct. 15 Professional Planning
Day, student holiday.
Conference night first semester.
to be announced by individual
Nov. 11 Veterans Day. school
Nov. 24-26 Thanksgiving holi-
days, district holiday.
Dec. 17 End of second grading
Dec. 20-31 Winter holidays.
lan. 3- Teacher work day. student
Continued From Page 8
members. If you're interested
in attending, call 757-9226.
The organization has some
pretty exciting things coming
up, including Pioneer Day,
and if you've never visited the
Quintilla Geer Bruton Archive
Center, you are in for a treat.
It is amazing what you can
find out about your family
there, and not just Plant City
families, but families all over.
I found my great grandfather's
family on an early Everglade
Dot Nettles of the Hills- .
borough County Health
Department is looking for
volunteers in the Thonoto-
sassa area to answer a health
survey that will be used to
identify pressing problems in
that area. To obtain the
survey, call (813) 307-8015,
Ext. 6604. Help would really
And as always, helping to
fill this space would be
appreciated, too. Send items
to email@example.com or mail
them to The Courier, c/o Betty
Briggs, 101 N. Wheeler St., A
Plant City, FL 33566.
Continued From Page 8
301 N. Alexander St. Insur-
ance discounts may be avail-
able to anyone 55 and older,
consult your insurance agent.
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 work-
book, and on-site child care is
available by reservation.
For news and
Jan. 4 Students return to school.
first day of second semester.
Jan. 17 Martin Luther King Jr.
Day, district holiday.
Feb. 21 East Hillsborough
County schools celebrate Student Day
at the Strawberry Festival, a student
holiday (in lieu of the rest of the dis-
trict's Fair Day on March 7).
March 16 Early release day, end
of third grading period.
Conference night, second semes-
ter date to be announced by
March 21-28 Spring holidays.
March 29 students return to
April 29 student/teacher holi-
May 26 last day of school /early
Report card distribution
Elementary: Oct. 20, Jan. 12, April 5
and May 26.
Secondary: Oct. 26, Jan. 20, April 11
and June 8 (mailed).
FCAT test dates
Feb. 8-10: Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test, writing portion,
grade four only.
Feb. 28 through March II: FCAT,
grades three through five.
Feb. 8-10: FCAT, writing portion,
grade eight only.
Feb. 28 through March 11: FCAT,
grades six through eighL
April 25-29: Hillsborough Writing
Assessment, grade eight only.
Feb. 8-10: FCAT, writing portion,
grade 10 only.
Feb. 28 though March 11: FCAT,
grades nine through 12.
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Bahr named to'Who's Who'
Rachel J. Bahr of Plant City has
been selected by Catawba College
for inclusion in "Who's Who
Among Students in American Uni-
versities and Colleges."
She is the daughter of the Rev.
Barry D. and Betty Jean Bahr.
Wingert awarded scholarship
Plant City High School graduate
Amanda Wingert is one of 20 U.S.
students to receive a one-time
$2,000 scholarship award from the
Johnson Controls Foundation, the
philanthropic arm of Johnson Con-
Wingert's father, Randall Wing-
ert, is a Johnson Controls
The scholarship will be applied
toward tuition freshman year.
Wingert plans on studying pre-
medicine at the University of South
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To advertise your church in our Church Directory, please call Sue Shelton at 752-3113.
Dover. 5. Dover Rd & Downing St,
Allen Chapel: 1109 E. laura St,
Mount Olire: 1113 II. Madison St
Mount Olive: Horton Rd,
1501 (olson Rd, 73'-3496
of esus Christ:
1212 9: Reynolds, 47"-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd.
Bethany: 9804 Harney Rd.
1110 IN. Gordon SI, 752-5005
Dover First: SR 574 & Pettie Rd,
Faith Temple: 1-4 at
3409 SR 39 N. 752-1885
First Plant City:
Charlie Griffin Rd,
W of SR 39 S, 752-3351
Fort Alafia: Corner of South
Hwy. 39 & Swilley Rd, 737-4656
Keysville: SR 640, 737-4803
1-4 at Thonotosassa Rd, 752-1614
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-3529
Victory Worship Center:
County Line Rd, 754-6089
Sydney: Sydney Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of Sydney-Dover Rd, 659-0532
Turkey Creek Rd, 754-5372
Ahava: Turkey Creek Rd,
N. of SR 60, 737-3739
222 Alafla Church Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd, 737-3240
Berea: SR 39 S, 737-1232
Bethany: Cork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel: 804 W. Renfro St,
Beulah: Allen & County Line Rd,
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd,
Euclid Dr & SR 574, 752-3782
Calvary Free Will:
3539 Trapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grove: E. Keysville Rd,
Central of Lithia:
Pinecrest & Keysville Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 E. Alsobrook, 752-3740
1310 N. Shannon Ave, 754-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S, Pinecrest,
Dover Eastside: Countryside
Baptist Church, 2820
Dover First: N. Gallagher Rd,
Eastside: 1318 E. Calhoun St,
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 Litbia:
Intersection of SR 39 &
Lithia-Pinecrest Rd, 737-1121
First Plant City:
503 N. Palmer, 752-4104
First Thonotosassa Missionary:
McIntosh Rd, 986-4756
Harmony Baptist Church:
6008 W. Knights Griffin Rd,
Hopewell: SR39 S, 737-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Hwy,
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
Lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd.
Mount Moriah Freewill:
Warren &Jobnson St, "54-439"
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd, "37-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W. Ball St,
New Hope Freewuill
3101 Sydney Dover Rd.. Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd.. '52-3985
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,
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,
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd. 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
5447 S. Turkey Creek Rd,
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Westside: 2503 W. Granfleld Ave,
901 N. Whitehurst Rd, 754-5405
St. Clement: 1104 N. Alexander St,
CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder Rd,
Cork: Cork Road, 752-1521
Laura St: 1310 E. Laura St,
Springhead: Wiggins Rd,
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,
McIntosh Rd, Nof SR 574
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
5209 Smith-Ryals Rd
Dover: Downing St, 659-2900
Plant City: 2103 Mudlake Rd.
Turkey Creek: Turkey Creek Rd
at SR 60, 737-1331
1702 N. Taylor Rd, 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
Kingsway First: 2808 Kinsway
N., Seffuer, 657-7500
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
713 Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St,p
Allen & Haines St
St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
808 V. Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
"28 W. Ball St.
Full Gospel tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd. "54-3843
106 S. Evers St.
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102
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
3202 N. Maryland Ave, 752-
Church ofJesus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, 752-6364
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd,
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064
2402 Mud Lake Rd, 752-7863
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
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,
Unityr Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St. 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worship
Center: U.S. 92 E
Holy Protection Ukrainian
Orthodox Church: 3820 Mtoores
Lake Rd. Dorer, 659-0123
Christian Life Assembly:
3120 S. Miller Rd., 657-4802
Living Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. Evers St, 759-0528
New Hope Worship Center:
803 B. Mabony St, 757-6123
New, Life Temple Pentecostal
Church of God:
3301 Clemons Rd, 754-7088
Dover: Moore's Lake &
Holiness Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the Livring God:
1102 ly)ler St. "54-5840
Evangelical Plant City:
1107 Charlie Griffin Rd, 759-9383
First Presbyterian Plant City:
404 W. Reynolds St. 752-4211
Walk with God Ministry:
15140 SR 574, Dover, 659-0930
Plant City: 2203 Strawberry Dr,
First: 103 W.Johnson Rd,
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914 Lithia-Piuecrest Rd..
Cork: 4815 W. Sam Allen Rd,
Dover First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415
First Plant City: 303 N. Evers St,
Grace: 1801 E. Cherry St,
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr,
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman
St. Luke: 809 E. Laura St,
Thonotosassa: Fort King 1Hty
at Mistletoe Dr. 986-'135
Trinity Plant City: 402 W.
English St, 752-9316
7am & 10:30am English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563 lr
(Off I-4, Exit 21 South)
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185
303 N. Evers Street
Downtown Plant City
l.,-i_- tpe m Ct'' H" p.uki.- lot'i
8:00 am Chapel Communion
9:00 am Contemporary Worship
In The Wesley Center
10:00 am Sunday School
11:00 am Traditional Worship In
Sundav & W cdnesdal
Dr. AJan L. Beaver
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Advertise in the
Plant City Courier Church Directory!
Call Sue Shelton at
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become increasingly crucial. Should we not,
therefore, take care that we apply the appro-
priate level of precision to the process?
I want to make one thing clear. I am not,
never have been, and do not aspire to be, any
kind of a stickler. As a newspaper writer, I
often hear from the self-righteous arm of "the
grammar police," and I firmly recommend
that those people might want to expand their
collective view of the world.
What I am concerned about, however, is
clear communication, and clear communica-
tion is virtually impossible outside the effica-
cious application of fundamental and
straightforward language protocols when we
employ the written word.
Sometimes mistakes are funny, like the road
sign I passed this summer that instructed,
"Drive slowly young lambs."
Often the problem is confusing, such as the
following note home from a teacher, sporting
an errant comma: "Please send shot, records,
immediately." The child arrived the next day
with a bag of small caliber steel balls and a
selection of Elvis 45s from 1960.
Occasionally, the results of poor grammar
can be disastrous, as the following unlikely
landscaping instructions illustrate: "Bulldoze
the condominiums, park out back." Consider
the difference now: "Bulldoze the condomini-
ums' park out back."
When the apostrophe fell off its perch
behind the "s" and turned into a comma, the
heavy-equipment operator found himself with
license to tear down 10 perfectly good homes
before parking his bulldozer behind the site,
pending further instruction.
This language of ours has evolved over
several centuries, becoming a beautiful poetic
medium for precise and creative communica-
tion. If we respect it, it will continue to serve
us well; if we play fast and loose, on the other
hand, the repercussions may well go far
beyond the red ink and terse comments
delivered by "Old Lady Tumbleweed" back in
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St. Clement Catholic Church, 1104
N. Alexander St., invites visitors to wor-
ship at English Mass on Aug. 28 at 5
p.m. or on Aug. 29 at 7 or 10:30 a.m.
Spanish Masses will be offered Aug. 29
at 8:30 a.m. and 7 p.m.
First Baptist Church of Plant City,
7725 S. Turkey Creek Road, plans a
"Round-up" Sunday Aug. 29.
Sunday school starts at 9:45 a.m. and
worship starts at 11 a.m. There will be
dinner on the grounds immediately
following the morning service.
The Gospel Truth Quartet will sing at
the morning service and perform a
concert after the meal.
Sydney Baptist homecoming
Sydney Baptist Church, 1510 Cre
Road in Dover, will celebrate its home-
coming Sept. 12.
A service and special music will be at
10 a.m. with lunch at 12:30 p.m.
The church celebrates 96 years this
Revival services with Dr. Larry
Martin from Pensacola will take place
Aug. 29 at 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. and
Aug. 30-31 at 7 p.m. at Faith Light-
house Church, 3409 Paul Buchman
First Baptist offers
host of new courses
First Baptist Church of Plant City,
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new Christian training courses ranging
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Marian Anthony, 90, of
Lakeland died Aug. 21.
She was born in Chilton
County, Ala., and moved to
this area from Alabama 55
She was a homemaker and a
member of St. Anthony
Church in Lakeland.
She is survived by her son,
Michael, and her grandson,
Michael A., both of Boca
Wells Memorial Funeral
Orville K. "Skeeter" Avery,
85, of Plant City died Aug. 15.
He was a lifelong resident of
Plant City, served in the U.S.
Coast Guard during World
War II, and was a member of
First Baptist Church of Plant
City; American Legion Post 26;
and was a 50-year Mason of
Olin S. Wright Masonic Lodge
He is survived by his wife,
Hopewell Funeral Home.
John M. Hutchinson Jr., 81,
of Plant City died Aug. 17.
He was born in Mulberry
and was a longtime resident of
He was a U.S. Navy veteran
of World War II, and was the
owner of the A&N Furniture
store in Plant City.
He is survived by his wife,
Esther; a son, John D. of Plant
City; a daughter, Janice John-
son of Ellaville, Ga.; a sister,
Louise Bell of Waupaca, Wis.;
six grandchildren; and a great-
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Grace McCoy, 86, of Plant
City died Aug. 18.
She was born in Quitman,
Ga. and moved here from
Georgia 75 years ago.
She was a homemaker and a
member of Oakwood Baptist
She is survived by her
husband, Elwood; a son,
Michael-of Plant City; two sis-
ters, Betty Arnold. of Zeph-
yrhills and Lurine Johnson of
Plant City; three stepsisters,
Sue Westbrook of Brandon,
Carolyn Miller, and Faye
Brown of Plant City; three
stepbrothers, C.W. Nelson of
Texas, Daniel Nelson of Dover
and Ray Nelson of Florida.
Haught Funeral Home.
Dorothy Frierson Thorn-
berry, 73, of Atlanta died Aug.
She was a retired educator
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She is survived by her
husband, Hugh R.; a son, Mark
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daughters, Suzi Willis of Jack-
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In Their Words: Your Republican County Commission Candidates
When Republicans head to the polls
on Aug. 31, they will choose from an
outspoken incumbent, a veteran of the
Sheriff's Office and a young computer
consultant. The winner will face Jean
Batronie, running with no party affilia-
tion, Nov. 2.
The Courier had conversations with
each of the three and asked them to
talk about the hot-button issues that
county residents, and those here in
District Four, have on their minds.
Interviews by TONY MARRERO
Residence b,- .r
Personal : i-n, 1,,,.J .
Mjure,7r, ,. :hl,. rer,
Education b,':h.lor,.J .;.,i n A ,n
poir,:.il .oeric Ir'|T the I
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Memberships: .rrindo.r, -'1 Grear., Tampa chamberD 01
Political experience: Formne Chariiman USF Colle,
Pepujt,blcan, former outherr v.r:e Cho iman Florida
College Reputlican Federaiicr former inmem like
BiliraM uS House of PeprieenraJ is
Why are you running?
I was born and raised in Hills-
borough County and the direction I
see this part of the county going in is
similar to where I grew up in the Lutz
area. We tried to curb the onslaught of
development and now that I'm a part
of this community I want to try to help
keep that from happening out here.
Development is happening faster than
the infrastructure can handle.
I'm hoping I can add an objective
voice and be a responsive
representative to the people when they
come to me. I don't have predeter-
mined answers because of the multi-
tude of $500 contributions to my
campaign. I want to create a county
that is conducive to the betterment of
my children. The direction that we're
going in now isn't going to provide
them with the sustainable community
that they'll need.
When it comes to District Four,
we're feeling a lot of pressure because
the downtown area of Tampa hasn't
been able to keep people (living) in
that area who work in that area. What I
would want to do is help redevelop the
downtown areas so we can get com-
munities in there designed for people
that work downtown, and that will
take the pressure off the periphery of
At the same time, we can purchase
right of way for light rail that I think
will eventually come. People say we
don't have the density for light rail, but
at what point are we going to consider
it a viable option? We have to plan for
the infrastructure now. That will take
an enormous burden off (other parts)
of the county. It's just got to be done in
a piecemeal way.
I think you stop putting develop-
ments on two-way roads until you
have the infrastructure that can handle
the traffic and roads that feed into
major corridors. You just don't allow
that situation where it's the cart before
the horse. There's only so much that
this county is going to be able to take
in that regard.
We're teetering at this point. We're
going to have gridlock because some-
one wants to put another 1000 homes
on a two-lane road when it's not the
right time for it. Isn't that why we have
the urban service area? Isn't that why
we drew that line in the sand?
You have to have to the courage and
the wherewithal to say now is not the
time for the development in (a certain)
area. That's not to say it never will be,
just not now.
As long as impact fees are spent
where they're supposed to go, then it's
a good thing for the community. I look
it as another tax, and while nobody
likes taxes, it's a tax that's here to stay.
Just make sure it's spent on something
that benefits the area that it's sup-.
posed to benefit.
Impact fee waivers have to go to
truly blighted areas. I have a real hard
time looking at Gibsonton as a blighted
area. There are poorer sections of Gib-
sonton, but that's not where the devel-
opments are going in.
I think that when it comes to Tampa
Bay Water, allow them to do their job
and create the water infrastructure
without pointing a finger at them every
time something goes wrong. Once that
infrastructure is in place, it's going to
provide -us everything we're going to.
At the same time, for us to be allow-
ing development without reclaimed
water as a mandatory requirement is
When it comes to Tampa Bay Water,
it can't be ,all politics. In the grand
scheme of things, it's still a new
organization. What it's doing is taking
out the parochialism of water. It's the
(With desalination), obviously the
assumption was that the technology
would be there. It's going to cost a lot
of money to fix, but sometimes you
have to work a little harder for the
benefit of the long run. If we don't like
(the result) then I think we say that
we're going to find another contrac-
We have to make sure that
government isn't putting too many
regulations and restrictions on farm-
ers that would impede their ability to
earn an income. It really needs to be a
lasse fare situation when it comes to
farmers. At the local level, you have a
better opportunity to understand and
hear the voice of the local agriculture
community and you can use that
political weight to lobby the state
House and the U.S. House if certain
regulations were to come up to be det-
rimental to their ability to make a
I didn't grow up a farmer's kid, so
the best thing I can do is learn, listen
and react. And the answer is always
On the living wage
My problem with the living wage
was they took two entities brought
them together in one ordinance. For
county workers who are living below
poverty level, I would have voted for it
for those people. The second group
was the companies who do business
with the county. Somebody that works
for the county has a greater responsi-
bility to the community than someone
in the private sector. The county needs
to take care of its own.
On public safety
Make sure that law enforcement has
the tools necessary to do their job. The
paradigm of the district changes every
day, so don't stand in the way of police
and fire officials by making it political.
But make sure they can back every
number and show that their requests
One of things I've heard a lot about
in going door to door is speeding. I
wouldn't say that's the greatest prob-
lem that's affecting us, but one solu-
tion might be putting forth money into
traffic calming measures.
Responsiveness and accountability
to constituents. Responding in a timely
fashion to e-mails and phone calls and"
if possible do it in a personal way.
Punctuality. If you're elected to be
there a certain time, be there.
These are the little things that make
a great representative. You can't be all
things to all people, but you can listen
and respond and be there on time to
make the best decision you can.
Fostering and us versus them men-
tality when it comes to the county, the
city. of Tampa and other districts in the
county is not conducive to providing
to the needs of District Four.
And providing an open office to all
of the people of District Four, not just
the ones who voted for me.
What differentiates you
from your opponent?
I'm not beholden to anybody. You
can look at the campaign contribu-
tions and see that I will be a true
representative of all the people, not
just those who have contributed to my
campaign. And I'm not part of the
good old boy network. I take care of my
family and all I have is my integrity and
it's not up to bid for the highest con-
tributor to my campaign. That will be
the case now as a candidate and later
as an incumbent. .Commissioner
Storms can't make that claim.
And I'll be on time.
Occupation: Former Enlhh
teacher ,nd artc.r, mev nrt
Personal: Mamied to Da id one
Education: Bachelor'. degree
Englr.h Educiapon hfrn
Univer:.it of South Florids lw degree from itersor,
Political experience: Hiliborough County CommiNssion
1908 preerit; vice-charr of rhe Environm ,rjl Prot.ecTion
CoaTirld ;on and the BOCC a represe-rati, to MN cDilI
Air Force Base and the Departmenr of Defense
Memberships: Brandorn Chamber of Commerce and the
chamber's Economic De'elopmernt Council. Gideon
Auhilri, Serves on th.e C,:mmirtee of 6 trhe Port
Auttiority juvenile ustit Cuun':il. the Hillc.torough River
Board reep Hil'.borouJh Counrv Beautiful the Value
Adju 'rsiert Board. and rte Tarr.pa Bay WorHforce
Why are you running?
My concern is that District Four
won't have a completely loyal com-
missioner, somebody dedicated to the
unique needs and desires of the dis-
trict. There have been a lot of very bla-
tant attacks on the district
commissioner theory of our
government, and there are people who
do not like that a commissioner should
be loyal to their district. I believe that
District Four is so unique that the
people need a commissioner who is
loyal to them. My constituents recog-
nize and appreciate that. They believe
they elected me to represent their
interests. They have an at-large com-
missioner to represent the entire
county. District Four pays a lot of taxes
and we need to make sure they get
their fair share in services.
The question is what role (Hills-
borough Area Regional TransitAuthor-
ity) is going to have as the mode of
public transportation. Currently,
HARTline is using HARTline money for
the streetcar, which serves two miles in
Tampa. People in Antioch and Dover
are being taxed to fund that streetcar
in Tampa. That's a problem. If we have
light rail, it will be even worse. So Dis-
trict Four in my view needs to have
someone who is going to say no and
guard the purse.
The solution is, let the city of Tampa
deal with it. Instead of building art
museums and entertainment com-
plexes in Ybor, set your No. 1 priority.
Before we start feeding icing to every-
body, we better make sure we mix
some protein and carbs in there. The
city of Tampa's budget is none of my
business until they ask me to pass a tax
for one of their projects. I've never
asked for funding for Boot Bay Road in
Lithia from the city of Tampa. It only
goes one way. When they say, "Work
with the city of Tampa," typically they
mean work for the city of Tampa. I
wasn't elected to do that.
I think our road system consistently
rates as being in relatively good shape
compared to other urban counties. I
think by and large people are willing to
tolerate some amount of congestion,
but the major projects certainly need
to be addressed. They need to be
bumped up. We can do it and will do
I don't think I've been unfair to
developers, but I've been really tough
on them. That's why developers in the
last election specifically targeted my
race. When they're required to provide
a service, I make sure they're they
meet that service. You have to play
hardball a little bit. If that's what it
takes to get them to do what the need
to do, then I'll do it.
I voted to shrink the urban service
area and increase the rural service
area. I've been protective of rural
service areas and I think constituents
have been very appreciative of the
effort I've made on behalf of citizens.
At some point, we're going to be
built out of the urban service area. Our
planners look good in the academic
sense, some of their ideas are not
palatable to citizens. You see that
sometimes things don't actually work.
I think the county's impact fees are
about right. I'm not -prepared to
increase impact fees.
I helped initiate the county working
with the city of Plant City to bring
water lines to Coronet residents out
there. The city of Plant City is now
going to take the lead on that.
The biggest thing will be Tampa Bay
(Water) and their failure to provide
potable water to people of Hills-
borough County. The (desalination)
plant is not working. It gives me no
pleasure to say I was right about desal.
But even if it did work, Hillsborough
County doesn't see a benefit. It doesn't
come to our citizens. You've got this
tri-county arrangement and Tampa
Bay Water is not providing water so
our citizens are on water restrictions.
Pinellas and Pasco County and the city
of Tampa can do what theywant to do,
and that's wrong.
It sets up competition between
public water supply users and agricul-
tural users. I've been saying it for four
years. In the next two years, there's
going to be some serious issues deal-
ing with water. It's going to take work-
ing with the state legislature. You have
agreed to all of these major projects in
Hillsborough and Hillsborough has to
bear the environmental burden and
have this huge reservoir looming over
their head and the increased water
rates, and they get zero water out of
that. That is shocking and appalling.
There's a difference between rural
and ag. (Someone) in rural might like
to have a couple of cows and see the
strawberry stands, but they don't want
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AUGUST 26,;2004 THE C0URJER 4,15
In Their Words: Your Republican House Candidates
They are three candidates with
vastly different backgrounds and life
experiences. But they all assert that
they're they best Republican to repre-
sent District 62 in the Florida House of
The Courier asked Josh Burgin, Rich
Glorioso and Arlene Waldron to talk
about what they would make priorities
Interviews by TONY MARRERO
Joshua Burgin 7
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.c'lurt er and siaff level campai. r.ipoo.itier.r
Memberships: Pro..dene Bapflsr Church. board of,
dire.-:or-; o Pregnan.7, L]c Cer c r of Plan ':rTy
Why are you running?
I'm running first and foremost
because I want to serve, and service
relates specifically to our state
government. The Legislature has one
institutional responsibility and that's
to formulate a budget. That speaks
directly to Florida taxes, Florida tax-
payers and representing my commu-
nity. It's business owners, it's the little
people, it's the powerful, it's the not so
powerful. I believe it's incredibly
important for someone to step and say,
"That's too much. That's not the role of
I'm for cutting expenses and overall
consumption of government. This is a
state that's seen an increase in popula-
tion by 100 percent in the past 16, 17
ypars and seen nearly a six-fold
increase in our spending. What's the
rational for the dramatic increase in
public spending without that many
more residents? Even after Sept. 11, the
budget continued to grow, unlike
(those of) families and households. I
am solidly opposed to any talk of a
state income tax. I'm opposed to the
intangibles tax, even the tangibles tax. I
think it's absurd that a company has to
catalog equipment and then pay a tax
on these items. I'm solidly opposed to
the communications tax.
I'll be a strong advocate for really
tight restraint on fiscal expense. Do
more with less, just like small busi-
First and foremost, show me moms
and dads who have good relationships
with each other and by and large we'll
see children who come out of those
households who do well in school. But
pouring in endless sums of money will
not make an impact on education
unless we address those core issues of
parental involvement and student dis-
I have a vision of something I'd like
to operate within my office as a state
representative. I would like to take and
use that office as a point to coordinate
volunteers who may not have ever
considered volunteering at a school so
they can influence the life of a student
and encourage a teacher who may be
discouraged. A lot of it is about coordi-
nation, not state-funded programs.
I'm not opposed to increases in
teacher pay. Much of that's determined
by local school boards. Much of what's
happened recently with the class size
amendment prevents teachers from
getting raises because constitutionally
districts are mandated to put dollars
into school construction, which stands
to benefit construction companies.
Given the opportunity, I would support
a repeal, or certainly a revision.
The (Florida Comprehensive
Achievement Test) is a great diagnostic
test, one of the best available. But it
measures only what's happening in
Florida. I'm more interested in how
students are performing when it comes
to real core skills.
The biggest point of contention, the
biggest looming challenges to both the
residential and the agricultural sector
is water where it comes from, its
usage, and sustainable supplies for the
future. Frankly, I see our area as being
able to peacefully coexist between the
current and coming growth and exist-
ing agriculture. To promote that is
certainly important. I'd like to be a
bridge to hold hands on both sides so
as the community moves forward, we
have increased economic impact from
agriculture as well as the from the pos-
itive growth that new development
On small businesses
Regulation is without question one
of my biggest issues. I'm not opposed
to state and local government getting
information they need to operate
effectively. The information may be
necessary, but it's one of my life goals
to seek out a scenario where paper-
work is streamlined.
Small businesses are worried about
the rising cost .of insurance for their
employees. Employees are worried
about coverage because their employ-
ers can't offer the same level of cover-
age they've had. My perspective on
worker's comp is not in the abstract
because I was the one who spent three
months on the phone to find an
effective solution for our family busi-
ness's workers compensation. Let's
find a way to encourage healthy com-
petition in those markets. The Florida
insurance industry is one of the most
regulated in the union, and that might
be an area that could be addressed.
Let's continue to support the tried
and true methods of transportation.
Let's put our money into roads.
I support the effort to remove (the
high-speed rail amendment) from the
constitution. Philosophically, I believe
where there's a need, the private sector
will meet it.
I stand firmly opposed to any light
rail project in Tampa. The ridership
projections are always flawed. We will
find ourselves putting $1.4 billion in
initial construction costs and $100 mil-
lion in annual operation. We are as
Americans and Floridians selfish folks
who don't like to share and don't like
to give up our cars, and the expense
would only take money away from
other transportation dollars. I'm
opposed to East Hillsborough County
spending money in infrastructure it
will never benefit from. It's far better to
put our money into the roads that we
drive on each day.
On other priorities
I really believe our community is
first and foremost responsible for itself,
and as an elected member I would like
to utilize the office to provide a
stronger community that I think first
starts with families, with moms and
dads and children. The final verse of
the Old Testament speaks of the heart
of the father being turned toward their
children and the hearts of children
being turned back toward their fathers,
and more than anything else I think
that's the greatest need of our society.
What makes you the better candi-
date over your two opponents?.
I've been blessed with good life
experience, tangible, hands-on experi-
ence. Teaching in the classroom, I
understand when teachers talk about
discipline i' the classroom. I've made
the phone calls to get workers comp
insurance. That year in Tallahassee
was an illumination of the process and
the daily operations.
As a young man, I have the prime of
my life to give to the community in
service and take those conservative
ideals to the capitol, a place that is ulti-
mately tasked in deciding how Florida
will tax its citizens and then spend
those monies. I don't claim to have all
the answers, but I'm committed to lis-
tening, seeking out genuine solutions,
and taking action on behalf of my com-
munity in East Hillsborough County.
Resides: Plant Ci t
Occupation: Rented Air Force I '
colonel. 21 'veirs of service ; .- .
Personal: Married to ludy Iwo l
Education: Bchelor s degree in
marh.-mai.csfrom TNonrrheasu n t
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manrgrermenit trorrm Cerira Michigan University
Pobtical experience: Pln!t Cry cirv commissioner. 1198.
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COrranzariorn chairrran 1999-2004 %ice chairrran
Hil:l.,roh Crouri, F'ubli,: Tranportaron CorniTii i&n
'1998200C4 rmeTtber and former char 1o rhe veit Central
Florida FRO Chuirs C.ooodinrialng Commince (CCC)
Memberships: Plr-,r C, '.hmber of ComrTmerce
Trari:porririor, cormminee and Classic Car Show Commit.
ret. K'lwarni Club The Order of Daedalians a military
pilot orgirizaliun CAm.ric n Legion Di.ableid irieril: ni
Viieran; Airlm rn ki A ,scicilanuon
Why are you running?
To continue my service to the people
of this area and state. As you know, I
served my country for 27 years in the
Air Force, moved to Plant City almost
10 years ago and continued my service
doing free income taxes for low-
income and senior residents, with the
IRS/AARP volunteer income tax pro-
gram, and working with the high
schools Junior ROTC awards programs,
and spent six years as an elected city
commissioner. I believe in lower taxes,
less regulations, more personal free-
doms and responsibility, and family
I do not believe we need to raise
taxes, and I have already signed the
Americans for Tax Reform's Tax Payer
Protection (No Tax) Pledge. Just as
we've done in Plant City, we need to be
doing in Tallahassee. We held the line
and did not raise our tax millage rate,
yet encouraged economic develop-
ment and job growth. A growing and
diversified economy creates the reve-
nues needed to increase the quality of
life for all Floridians.
At the same time, we need to look at
process improvement. Doing the same
thing and just adding more money will
not give is better results. Practicing a
bad golf swing over and over just pre-
fects a bad golf swing.
Having grandchildren in the public
school system, I will work hard to
ensure all our children and grandchil-
dren get a first-class education. We
need to put students and teachers first.
We need to look at how we are getting
things done, and get more money into
the classroom. We need to empower
the teachers and students and give the
teachers the tools necessary to enforce
discipline in the classroom.
Agriculture, just like our small busi-
nesses and tourism industry, are the
backbone of our economy in Florida
and we1need to protect them. On the ag
side, we need to be aware of the over-
regulation and overtaxing of (farmers),
especially when it comes to pesticide
use. We need to ensure they're on a
level playing field with the rest of the
We need to make sure we reduce the
tax burden on our small businesses,
including farmers. And sometimes we
forget that farmers care just as much
about their land and the environment
around them as we do.
On help for small business
It's hard to separate agriculture and
small business. We have to make sure
we don't double tax. The key is we
need to work harder to make an envi-
ronment conducive for businesses to
grow. Sometimes we overregulate, and
then business owner spends two hours
on paperwork and not on expanding
We could be here all day talking
about transportation. It's the back-
bone of our economy, our jobs, and
our quality of life. As chairman of the
Hillsborough County Metropolitan
Planning Organization, which is
responsible for planning large-scale
transportation projects, I've had the
opportunity to look at transportation
needs from a county, regional and
The one thing I would like to change
is in future planning. The MPO looks al
needs with a 20 years horizon, and pri-
oritizes these projects with the dollars
projected to be available. What we
don't do a good job of is looking 50
years out and starting to lay a blueprint
for transportation corridors. If local
governments would start doing this
and reserving right of way, when the
transportation needs arise a huge cost
could be eliminated.
(Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard)
in Seffner is a good example. We are
going to widen two miles of the road
from two lanes to five in the next five
years. The right of way cost is five times
the construction cost. This needs to
On other priorities
It's probably the most important
(subject) we haven't talked about and
that's the safety and security of state
and our country. People forget we're al
war. Are we doing as much as we can to
protect our people, our water supply,
our food supply? All our emergency
responders need to be trained and
equipped to protect us and, should an
attack happen, help us recover. And
not just for a terrorist attack, but also
for natural disasters, as we're dealing
with right now.
What makes you the better candidate
over your opponents?
I have the conservative values, the
Christian values and principles, but ]
also have the experience both as a mil-
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chair or be vice chair of county,
regional and statewide organizations,
I've worked with legislators on legisla-
tion. Just about every board I served on
as commissioner, I either became chaif
or vice chair. I understand the process.
And the final thing is time. I'm
retired. This will be a full-time job foi
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HOST KING IN OPENER SEPT. 3
By DAREK SHARP
The score 'of Friday's preseason
game with Auburndale is not so impor-
tant to Plant City coach Todd Long.
Sure, he wants to win the game, but
more than that Long wants to see some
position battles won.
"We have some new guys, like at the
receiver position, but nobody's really
stepped to the forefront yet," Long
said. "I want to see some people step
Charlie Lusk and Matt Pletcher
emerged last season as very strong tar-
gets for quarterback Jason Brown, but
both of the receivers have graduated.
Brown returns for his junior year, and
the running game should be in great
hands with senior Derrick Hallback.
"Obviously, that's going to be a
strong point, or so we feel," Long said.
Hallback was one of the area's lead-
ing rushers and got stronger as the year
went on. Plant City went 4-6, doubling
its win totals of each of the prior two
Meanwhile, Aubumdale, Friday's
opponent, is coming off a terrific 8-2
season. One of the Bloodhounds'
defeats came to Lake Gibson, 36-33.
Lake Gibson went to the Class 4A state
title game before losing to Armwood.
Long isn't worried about facing
"When I asked to play Armwood in
the spring jamboree people thought
that was crazy, but the only way to get
better is to play those kinds of folks,"
Friday's game was originally sched-
uled at Auburndale but has been
moved to Raider Stadium. Kickoff is 7:
The Raiders start their regular
season next Friday at home against
King High School.
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DEFENSE A QUESTION MARK
After a wildly successful" football
season, by far the best in school his-
tory, Durant hits the field Friday night
in a preseason game against King
No doubt Cougar fans are anxious
for their first look at the 2004-05 squad.
Count head coach Mike Gottman
among them, but for different rea-
Gottman has some concerns about
the youth of the squad, which returns
only two defensive starters.
And the finely tuned running game
that was especially powerful in last
year's region semifinal and final victo-
ries? It's not quite there yet, but it's
early, said Gottman.
"The starting offense has been
making a few mistakes, and we had
some blown assignments (in practice)
Monday that would kill us if they
happen in a game," Gottman said. "We
had a very long practice Monday, went
until about 6:10 working on some
Gottman said the coaching staff
went over a number of details during a
team meeting, a lot dealing with con-
duct such as sideline discipline
because there are so many new ath-
letes on the team.
There are still some veterans who
remember what it took to win the dis-
trict last year, and what it means to
carry that success over into the post-
season. At the top'of the list are quar--
terback Chip Bowden and running
back Matt Stwan.
The first team will probably see
plenty of time against King unless the
score gets out of hand. Gottman said
there are a few starting positions still
being contested, so he'll rotate the
contenders in and out of the lineup
"I'd like to get a lot of kids in Friday,
for one thing so we can get a look at
some of the new guys on tape," he
King struggled to a 2-8 record last
year, and in only one of those eight
losses did the Lions defense allow
fewer than 30 points.
Durant did not have a blue-gold
intrasquad scrimmage, which would
have given the coaches a look at how
players react to special game situa-
tions. But Gottman says they have
managed plenty of special-teams work
and seem to have "all the little things"
Unlike last year, Gottman can see he
may need to have several players play
both offense and defense. Particularly,
Chris Thompson and Jason Fox seem
slated for double duty.
"It's not ultimately what I want to
have to do, but if there are athletes that
are very talented there's no sense in
hurting the team by not playing them,"
Kickoff against King is 7:30 p.m. at
Ron Frost Athletic Complex.
The regular season starts for the
Cougars Sept. 3 at 7:30 p.m. at Plant
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trained her sweet disposition to until
the very end.
"Mamma had two sisters with Alz-
heimer's," said one of Logan's daugh-
ters, Merle Overstreet. "You really
never know how the disease will affect
someone. Mother remained true to her
nature. She was very kind to every-
When Logan died July 30 at Tandem'
Health Care of Brandon, she was in the
company of Overstreet, Bonds, her
granddaughter Natasha and son-in-
law, Nate Davis.
The long wait was over.
Peaches to strawberries
Thomas and Wilma Logan got away
from the peach-farming business once
they settled near Plant City. They
worked and lived near Holloway and
Colson roads, south of the city limits.
Floyd, the only son to the couple,
was in the Navy when the move was
made. His oldest sister Ann stayed
behind in Alabama. His younger sisters
Helen and Merle graduated from Tur-
key Creek High, and Connie graduated
from Plant City High in 1974.
"We are a close family," Connie
Bonds said. "We all worked hard to
make ends meet. Monday through Sat-
urday it was work, sun-up to sun-
down. On Sudays, we went to church
and without tail had a big Sunday din-
ner with all the trimmings."
The Logans operated a City Service
gas station in those days. Thomas
Logan was the mechanic and the fam-
ily members operated a little store that
was attached to the garage.
"Mama also worked grading straw-
berries during the season," Bonds said.
"And she later worked at Kirby's Bak-
ery, and at the J&K Poultry on Drawdy
Road, where she graded eggs. Momma
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Wilma Logan beams over her cake at a
birthday celebration. Friends and
family she always returned a smile.
didn't mind working. She wanted to
help the whole family live a better
The addition of nine grandchildren
happily added to the love Wilma Logan
shared within her world. Another 13
great-grandchildren have come since,
but some of them came too late to
share her completely. The family
admitted her to Tandem in September
"By the time it was obvious that
mother would have to be moved into a
health care facility, her short term
memory was gone," Bonds said. "Dad
was already in the Community Conva-
lescent home, with rapidly declining
health. When he died, we didn't tell
mama. We saw no sense in burdening
her with the news. By then she had for-
gotten who he was, anyway."
Family pictures, including Thomas
Logan's, adorned the walls of the Tan-
dem facility where Wilma lived. Vis-
iting family members would identify
people in the photos. And they would
talk about individuals in the family
with each visit.
More than an illness
The families of Alzheimer's patients
often need special classes and training
that parallels the ongoing and increas-
ing symptoms that follow the disease.
Staff at health care facilities, support
groups and universities can offer
information helpful to caregivers and
loved ones of the patient.
"Alzheimer's is a disease that is diffi-
cult to understand," said Bill Haley, the
chairman and a specialist at the Uni-
versity of South Florida department of
-aging and mental health. "The disease
comes on so slowly that it is often mis-
diagnosed by the family. The symp-
toms appear so gradually that people
mistake it for some kind of personality
change. It is very easy to underesti-
mate the effect that the disease has
upon the victim's brain."
The Bonds children first noticed
their mother's failing memory in 1996.
"Mother would invite us all to din-
ner, like in the old days, and then for-
get about the invitation," Bonds
recalled. "Our families would show up
and she would have just enough there
for her and dad. After a little
conversation one of us would go and
pick up some take-out dinners. We
would still make a full day of it."
"One day, mother got lost coming
home from the beauty parlor," Over-
street said. "We knew we would have
to do something. When we told her she
would no longer be able to drive any-
more it was a relief, even to her."
By 1998, her short-term memory
was completely gone.
"She talked about people who were
long deceased as if they were still
alive," Bonds said. "She would ask how
they were doing, although they were
dead for 20 years or more. I would tell
her they were fine. There is no sense in
correcting those kinds of things. It will
just make the person stressful. And
besides, they forget you even had the
conversation within minutes."
Natasha Davis, Logan's grand-
daughter, is an advertising
representative for The Courier and The,
Tampa Tribune. She said family mem-
bers developed a rotating schedule so
her grandmother would always have a
family member present at mealtime
"We learned early on that Alzhei-
mer's patients, like Nanny, need care
24 hours each day. Tandem could help,
but we made a special effort to visit
Nanny as often as possible. My mom
and I, and my aunts all live in this
area," Davis said. "We felt it was
important to give Nanny a love-filled
life to the very end. She might not.
remember one day to the next, but it
was the moment that was important to
us. She was well loved."
While temperament of the Alzhei-
mer's victim differs from one patient
to the next, Haley said, they all eventu-
ally forget how to do the simplest tasks,
such as brushing their teeth, or operat-
ing a knife and fork.
"Without special training, caregivers
and family might mistake the forget-
fulness of the Alzheimer's patient as
stubbornness or intentional behavior,"
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Haley said. "Often times the patient, in their
confusion, will offer the safest, or least threat-
ening response to a face or task that seems new
Trying to cope
At the suggestion of Alzheimer's consultants,
Logan's family gave her a baby-doll to hold and
"The doll gave my mother a sense of security
and calm," Bonds said. "Mother loved her little
baby-doll. She had it with her day and night."
Bonds was pleased that the doll could fill a
spot in her mother's heart.
"We buried her with that doll. The closeness
and affection she had for that doll was equal to
the love and devotion that mother gave to all
the members of her family," she said.
Victor Molinari, a professor at the USF Flor-
ida Mental Health Institute, an associate with
Haley, classifies Alzheimer's as a neurological
and a biological disease.
"The early, middle and late stages of the dis-
ease present similar difficulties for the patient
and the caregivers. Unfortunately, at this time,
there is nothing that can help the victims or the
caregivers and families control this disease.
Some drugs may slow it down, or perhaps
lessen the effects, but we are a long way from a
cure," Molinari said. "Early training, such as
support groups, are important for caregivers
and family members so they can understand
what they are facing."
It is becoming well known that the families of
Alzheimer's patients are also victims of the dis-
'"Nursing care decisions are often more diffi-
cult on the family than they are for the patient.
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that would allow machine shops and garages
that Sollenberger would prefer elsewhere.
The city purchased the property at the
southeast corner of Baker and Pennsylvania
streets for about $250,000 four years ago and
expected to use it as the site for the new police
But when the old AutoNation facility went on
the market, for much less than the appraised
value, the city bought it, and was left with the
Farm Store property.
Sollenberger also recommended, and the
Often, the family caregivers might suffer from
isolation, financial and social hardships. The
strain of constant care-giving might also cause
the caregivers to face professional difficulties
related to time restraints faced by caring for the
loved one. Support groups can offer advice and
guidance in those cases," Molinari said.
Keep it simple
Molinari, who offers classes at USF for pro-
fessionals learning to care for mentally affected
patients, says Alzheimer's patients need the
basics in their care and attention.
"As the symptoms increase, it is important
that caregivers resort to short and simple state-
ments," he said. "You must get the patient to
look at you, in order to know you have their
attention. If it becomes difficult to communi-
cate with the patient, you should try different
ways to make them understand. Shouting at
them won't help. Showing frustration or aggra-
vation will only make it more difficult. The loss
of understanding makes it difficult for every-
Molinari said an Alzheimer's patient may
know that the time of day determines when
certain events take place, but they might forget
that a clock or watch can tell them what time it
is. They. might feel cold, but forget that a
sweater sitting near them will help warm their
In Plant City an Alzheimer's support group
meets the second Tuesday of each month at 2
p.m., at the First Baptist Church of Plant City,
503 N. Palmer St. The meetings are open to all
caregivers of people with any kind of dementia.
The next meeting is scheduled Sept. 14. For
further information call Bill Barr at 719-8392, or
Linda Bryany at 754-3761.
commissioners approved, an increase ol
$100,000 in the high-cost limit for the renova-
tions of the AutoNation facilities. The new limit
will allow Mathews Construction to spend
$5.99 million to. transform the former used cai
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next 50 years.
Part of the facility will also be used to main-
tain and repair the city's fleet of vehicles rang-
ing from dump trucks to lawn mowers.
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taxes to pay for it."
Running water and sewer lines into annexed
property, providing garbage and waste pickup
for new homeowners will always add expenses
to the city budget. Sollenberger refuses to
accept the blanket statement that growth is all
"If we take on responsibilities that we can't
afford in our expected budget, we will be forced
to raise property taxes or reduce services. We
don't want to do either one of those things. We
want to guide growth and development by
annexing available property that touch our city
Sollenberger has stated that control of the
development in areas that are close to the exist-
ing city limits is important to the city.
"If those responsibilities of development are
left to the county, there is no guarantee that the
quality of development will be acceptable,"
Sollenberger said. "The Tischler report sets the
ground work for discussion. It will be up to the
city commission to determine how it will be
implemented. There is much to be done in the
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The women's ministry of Bethany Baptist
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The Life and Ministry of John," Wednesdays at
Brunch will be served each week and child
care will be provided. The church is at 3409 N.
coming years. Decisions made today will cer-
tainly effect the future of Plant City."
Tischler's study did not take into account the
proposed increase in stormwater fees. Those
fees are set at $1 each month per residence. The
rate hasn't changed in the last 12 years. City
staff has recommended the fee be increased in
October to $2. Before the next year is out, the
fee proposed to step up to $3 and be raised 3
percent each year after that.
"Tischler's first cut at the annexation picture
was done by considering the existing impact
fees," Sollenberger said. "Under those consid-
erations, there was no way the annexation
plans could work. Now the report has been
revised to account for the recommended fee
increases to parks and recreation, transporta-
tion and stormwater. I fully expect these
increases, in some form, to be approved by the
Despite this, Sollenberger said large annexa-
tion plans for any or all of the three main areas
would still cost the city money.
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The First Baptist Church School of Music will
offer a musical theater program for its fall
Classes will meet once a week for 45 minutes
and will prepare to perform the play "A Par-
tridge in a Pear Tree." The semester will con-
clude with a dessert theater presentation.
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Dr. Anthony Weirather, veterinarian at the Animal Clinic at Southside, talks to Karen Gilmore
about her dog Tikki. Weirather partnered up five years ago with Der and Southside Farm Supply
to provide one-stop convenience for animal owners. "It really helps that he wants this place to do
well," Weirather said of Der.
Continued From Page 1
think about it, he said. Eventually, he bought
his mother's part of the business.
Today, Southside is a flourishing operation
that continues to grow and, under Der's leader-
ship, takes an active role in the community
through heavy involvement with 4H and FFA.
Der, 43, accepted the Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce's Agribusiness of the
Year award earlier this month on behalf of the
store's six employees.
"They're pretty well on top of the industry,"
said Kevin Adams, an account manager for
Purina Mills who has 'done business with
Southside for the last four and a half years.
"They've kept up with the times in the changes
those times have demanded to meet the peo-
ple's needs in the marketplace."
'Good business mind'
Southside's history extends back into the
early 1900's. It was once called Ham and
Adams, the just Ham Supply and located on the
other side of State Road 39. A man name Fred
Ham ran what was, despite the name, a one
man show, recalls James Simmons of Plant
City, a longtime customer who taught agricul-
ture at Turkey Creek Middle and Plant City
Simmons had a Plant City native named
Dennis Der in his class and advised the young
man when Der considered taking up the
"I told him to go to it, because I figured he'd
do a really good job," said Simmons, who still
visits his former student's store once or twice a
week to purchase cattle feed and medication.
"He's got a good business mind on him."
In 1978, the store inhabited the original,
3,000- square-foot block building at 3012 Jim
Redman Parkway that is still its core today.
Today, the store boasts 12,000 square feet, with
an attached warehouse and a barn and cattle
care area out back.
A walk around the store today is an indica-
tion of the changing face of eastern Hills-
borough County. What was once a rough-hewn
stop for farmers and ranchers is now a gleam-
ing, tiled oasis for pet owners and what Der
called "hobby farmers" those who have a
menagerie on their property, from dogs to
horse, but who don't do it for a living.
It's a huge market, and Der said that tapping
it is the secret to the store's success.
In 1999, Southside partnered with area veter-
inarian Anthony Weirather, known as "Doc Y,"
and offered a space for the animal clinic on the
west side of the store to provide a one-stop
business model that caters to the new clientele
who raise animals for "recreation and relaxa-
tion," Der said.
"We knew with the changing demographics
around this area, farming and ranching was
disappearing and going to housing and that if
we got a vet in here and changed the type of
A love for agriculture and the FFA runs in the
Der family, shown above at the 2002 Straw-
berry Festival with Lauren's prize swine. From
left is Lori, Dennis, Lauren and Erica, whose
knowledge of agriculture and her ability to
articulate it helped earn her the title of
Strawberry Queen in 2003.
merchandise, it would carry us into the future,"
The result is a kind of hybrid pet/feed store
that sells everything from cattle feed to neon-
colored dog collars, tools to cockatiels. It must
be working, because Der said the business
grows more each year.
"They've done a good job of raising the bar
for other feed stores in the area," said Adams,
the Purina representative.
Commitment to community
But Der said it is the store's commitment to
community involvement that truly sets South-
"We try to do things other stores aren't
doing," he said.
This means putting on clinics for young
animal owners on how to feed, groom and
otherwise take care of their animals, whether
it's swine, sheep or steer.
The store doesn't simply help youngsters
how to raise animals, but helps guide many in
their quest for trophies. Der is a member and
past president of the FFA Alumni who showed
steer himself as a young man.
Southside has helped produce many grand
and reserve champion animals over the years,
including those in the Der family. Der's daugh-
ters, Erica, 19, and Lauren, 14, have piled up
lots ofjibbons and trophies for their animals.
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Southside employee Beau Walden, left, helps Walt Kusmierek select a type of dog food. Focussing
more on the pet market has helped Southside thrive, said owner Dennis Der.
Continued From Page 23
Der, who has been married to wife Lori for 22
years, once had the Strawberry Festival's
reserve champion steer that also earned reserve
champion carcass. Then 25 years later, Erica
had grand champion steer and grand champion
Der said Southside supports animal projects
because "it's not just a project, it's a family
"It's one of the few things in America that the
family can all work together on," he said.
Hannah Huggins, a senior at Plant City High
and vice president of the school's FFA chapter,
said she knows those benefits and that Der and
Southside helped her to make the most them.
"He'll work hard and go above and beyond to
make sure the kids and the chapter- any chap-
ter, not just Plant City achieves their goals,"
said Huggins, who raises dairy cows, has fre-
quented Southside since she was 8 years old
and remembers when it was closer to its mom-
and-pop origin. "And if there's a fundraiser,
he'll be the first one to step up and say, 'We
need to organize something to help out.'"
In 2001, Der organized a barbecue and auc-
tion with FFA chapters that raise more than
$35,000 to send to victims of the Sept. 11 terror-
And earlier this year, he brought together the
statewide FFA Beast Feast Wild Game Cookout
that raised more than $70,000 to help fund a
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Der credits his staff for Southside's success,
both in the business sense and in the support it
provides to the community. They stress cus-
tomer service and knowledge of the products
they carry. They often have products loaded
into the customers' vehicles before they even
get back to them.
"That's the only way to have a good business
today. Surround yourself with quality people,"
The future for the store lies in the five acres
immediately to the south of the store that Dei
purchased with expansion in mind. The plan,
which is expected to start taking shape in the
next two years, calls for a new building, 12,000
square feet of which will house the store. That
would allow the animal clinic, which is burst-
ing at the seams, to take over the current
Despite the' growth, Der said Southside
would continue to provide the personal, down-
home feel it has always had, and would always
be there for the FFA and 4H.
"That's the backbone of our business," he
said. "It's very fulfilling to see the students take
the knowledge we have gained and use it and
do well with it," he said. "When they're
successful, we're successful."
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to see growers spraying or see a pack-
ing plant. Right now we're having
some pretty significant discussions
about industries that have been
around and working under ag designa-
tions for generations. Board members
are saying that (the county) is chang-
ing and we should change the code
and people in agriculture should sit up
and take notice when those kinds of
conversations start happening. It
-affects everybody in agriculture.
The needs of agriculture and rural
are different. We have chicken farmers
out there and people move out there
by them and call and ask us to do
something about the smell. We say,
sorry, we can't do that. That's agricul-
On the living wage
My perspective is this: we want to
encourage people to go to school and
work hard. That's the key to getting
ahead, and if you do those things then
you'll be rewarded. That's how you will
make more money.
On public safety
I would say that's a number one
concern that people should be paying
attention to. The city of Tampa has the
No. 1 violent crime rate per capital in
the state. We're No. 1 in a lot of very
negative things. There are public safety
issues that are being ignored in Tampa
that bleeds over into the surrounding
areas. In eastern Hillsborough, we
have the methamphetamine problem
bleeding over from Polk County. Then
you have the gang problem. It absolu-
tely needs to be addressed. The city of
Plant City and Hillsborough County
need to work together on this prob-
You can't tell me that (the adult
entertainment industry) is not having
a negative impact. We've got houses of
prostitution outside of Wimauma and
outside of Plant City and in Riverview.
We've got serious problems because of
the attitudes and perspective, and it
does have a negative impact on safety
for our women and children, not to
mention degrading the community.
For one, the commission can raise
awareness of it, and two, support the
sheriff and his budget.
I've been talking about beautifica-
tion for a long time. I'd really like to see
a different attitude from folks in the
county about beautification and creat-
ing a more attractive place to live.
And I'm a former English teacher, so
early literacy is very important to me,
and I have some projects that I'd like to
What differentiates you
from your opponents
(Dennis Cadle) just moved here. He
filed to run in my seat before he even
moved here. I don't think he's even
lived here a year in District Four. I
know my district. I graduated from
high school right here in District Four.
I've seen it change and grow.
I think that I've been loyal to my dis-
trict and I think there is value in saying
we don't have to agree on everything,
but I told you how I was going to be
and I haven't deviated. I've been
honest, loyal and authentic, and I think
those are valuable characteristics.
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Why are you running?
When you work at the sheriffs office,
especially in the capacity of supervisor,
you tend to get out there and meet
people. I just like to solve problems,
and I noticed there seems to be a lot of
friction between some of the county
commissioners and even some of the
boards these commissioners sit on. I
don't think you can get business done
when you're in an adversarial position,
so I want to bring a change. I think dig-
nity and respect creates trust between
employees and the citizens they serve,
and I think I can do that.
I think people are interested in get-
ting the schedules of service more
usable for the public. After 10 p.m., you
don't have any buses. What happens to
the people who get off at 11 and have
to have a way to get home?
When I think of light rail, I think of it
going from downtown Tampa to the
outlying areas, such as USF. Right now,
I think the buses can handle that. But
we need to start planning now, start
acquiring property and getting with
the Planning Commission and get
their ideas. They have a heck of a
master plan we can look at and see if
I think we need to encourage infill in
areas rather than expand out into rural
Hillsborough County. The city of
Tampa has a lot of places they can
build and already have the services.
A moratorium (on growth) would
have to be some years from now
because a lot of (new development)
has already been approved. There will
be a time when you can't build any-
more, but I don't think I'll see it in my
lifetime. There's a lot of open spaces
in Hillsborough, but you want to pre-
serve a lot of it for your children to
I'm for impact fees and the only
time I would be against them if they're
recommended to be waived by staff
for various reasons, such as doing
things in blighted areas.
I think we're going to have to have
water restrictions. We have abundant
water now, but you need to save for a
not so rainy day. I think Tampa Bay
Water and Swiftmud and all these
people mean well and are focused on
saving water and are looking for ways
to conserve it. I really like the idea of
building reservoirs in the area.
They have some need for affordable
housing for their workers. The county
can help with financing.
And then there's the water issue.
They're worried about water, too.
That's why I think capturing the water
is a good idea.
On the living wage
I would have liked to have been
there (on the commission) for the
living wage issue. You don't need to tell
people that birth control has been
around since the 60s. It was almost like
(the commission) brought it up and
then got rid of it without really listen-
ing to the people that need it. I don't
see how people live on $7 an hour.
They can't be faulted for having chil-
dren. I probably would have leaned
toward voting for it.
On public safety
When the sheriff comes and asks for
20 people, he needs 20 people. The tax
base, I think, is enough here to handle
a lot of the needs that people request.
This county is growing and growing.
When you get more people, you need
to supplement your protection.
About a year ago, I talked to the
sheriffs office about what they needed
and I mentioned they ought to have
GPS. Wouldn't that have been a great
tool if that hurricane had hit here and
destroyed street signs?
I would encourage that law enforce-
ment learn to be more proactive rather
than reactive. Probably 98 percent of
law enforcement is reactive. We can
provide more tools to work with, look
for ways to boost morale.
I understand it takes forever to get
permitting. I think that process should
be speeded up. I've heard people tell
me it takes seven, eight months to get
permits for land use problems they
wanted to contract. The only way to do
that is to go and talk to the people.
I'm sure fire rescue has a lot of prob-
lems. If you have response time prob-
lems, you go to people and say do you
have any solutions for this, and do
what you can to implement those solu-
We need a good working with rela-
tionship between the commission and
employees. When you don't work well
with employees, then they're going to
be defensive and they're going to hide
under their desk when you start walk-
ing up to them.
What differentiates you
from your opponents?
I'm just going to treat people differ-
ently. I'm not going to belittle people
in front of the commission. When I
worked for the sheriffs office the
motto was serve and protect, I think we
ought to have a motto at the county
commission, 'to serve and provide.' I
think a commissioner should serve
and provide when feasible to the needs
of the community.
The height of disrespect is not show-
ing up on time. You miss the Pledge of
Alliance to the flag of the United States
and you miss citizen's input, and I will
Continued From Page 15
me. I won't have to worry about
making special sessions or taking on
additional responsibilities that will
require more of my time.
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Why are you running?
I really want to be a public servant. I
feel very good about my decision to
run for this seat because of the things
I've become passionate about -
education, small businesses and the
foster care system. I feel I have great
opportunity to make a positive differ-
I think every opportunity that we
can cut taxes is good for families and
clearly good for small business
owners, and I'm a firm believer it's
good for the overall economy. I'm for
the tax holiday and the gas tax holi-
We need to focus on skilled, educa-
ted students because the students of
today will have the solutions to our
future's problems. In addition to
teaching students academically, we
need to educate them on how to take
of their health and teach, more life
skills so they can be better employees
and entrepreneurs. Taking out recess
and- (physical education) doesn't
As a businesswoman; I understand
you pay equivalent to skill level. We
need to use the same approach with
our teachers and administrators. How
would we run our business? We have
base pay, but there has to be plenty of
incentives to earn more based on per-
I like accountability and responsibil-
ity, and I think that's what the governor
and president are trying to do. We have
to have standards to strive for. It makes
for better students. Teaching toward a
test is always a challenge and struggle
for teachers. There might some better
ways to accomplish the same thing
and I'm anxious to help find those
solutions. I really believe more dia-
logue with teachers is on of the best
ways to reach our goals.
(The class size amendment) is some-
thing we have to do. The citizens have
mandated it and we need to create the
It's certainly a large part of our dis-
trict and we need to always keep that in
mind. I think it ties in perfectly with my
desire to work for small business
owners, which would of course include
farmers and everyone related to the
I think it's a perfect fit with where I
want to work on tax incentives and
other ways to help small businesses,
including farmers, grow and be
prosperous. Agriculture is so impor-
tant to the overall economy that it
needs special attention.
On small businesses
Being a business banker, those are
my customers farmers, lawn mainte-
nance, doctors. There's really a cross
section of small business. I get up every
day and work with people's finances
and see the daily struggles of small
businesses owners with health insur-
ance, finding skilled workers, taxes, the
paperwork. It's just not a user-friendly
system for someone who wants to
make their own way.
(For health insurance), the state is
working on some things now and I'm
anxious to get in and help. Health sav-
ings accounts to set aside tax deferred
accounts, grouping together small
businesses so they can purchase as a
large group. To help find educated
workers, there are apprenticeship pro-
grams now. We need to make sure
there is a line item in the budget so that
different trade apprenticeships are
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ing water from wells in the city to local custom-
ers. The generators were still in city storage
when they were loaded up and sent to
Ray McClellan, the superintendent of public
works sent a letter to Everhart's boss, Kathy
Burke, asking for use of the generators, any
available workers, and food to help feed about
90 Wachula employees working long hours
since the hurricane.
Most of the electric service to Wachula had
been damaged and put out of service since the
"We purchased seven 40-pound cases of raw
chicken that they are going to grill on a gas
stove," Everhart said. "We also purchased
water, and other food stuffs to help them. I
have a feeling this will be an ongoing effort
until they are back on their feet.
"The city has shown that it has a heart,"
Everhart said. "Sollenberger is proving that it
can be done. It feels good to be able to help
people like that."
Everhart told how a five-man crew from util-
ity maintenance removed and replaced almost
1,000 feet of 8-inch water pipe that had been
destroyed by the storm. Workers Wayne Aber-
crombie, Patrick Barber, David Beveard, Car-
los Garcia and Eric Wooten were some of the
city employees who were sent to help Wachula
recover from the storm.
"Our guys are glad to -help out," Everhart
said. "There is a great deal of satisfaction in
using your skills to take the burden away from
others. We will do what we can. The people in
Wachula are very appreciative."
Kathy Burke, the Plant City public works
director, said the city workers in Wachula are
"Individually they are victims of the storm.
All of their homes have been damaged. And yet
they have all the city infrastructure to bring
back on line," Burke said. "Their people have
been working 16 and 18 hours a day since the
storm hit. They need help. We are glad that we
can provide them some manpower, material
and food to help them to keep going.
"The people in. our chamber of commerce
are helping provide for some of the needs in
Arcadia. Jesse Carr (the city building depart-
ment supervisor) is also helping provide for
Wachula's needs. If we can all continue to pull
together, things, in time, will get better."
(See a related story in this issue concerning
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renovation and preservation of the center.
Information and tickets: Marsha Passmore,
754-2301; Myrle Henry, 752-4094; or Jim Pol-
Ice cream social, ballroom dancing
The Stardust Ballroom, 1405 S. Collins St.,
hosts an ice cream social and ballroom dancing
the last Sunday of the month from 6 to 9 p.m.
The next event is slated for Aug. 29.
Call: Mike Johnston, 685-1656.
The Plant City Recreation and Parks Depart-
ment will host a Teen Night Sept. 3 at the Plant-
een Recreation Center, 301 Dort St.
Teens ages 13-18 are invited to hang out
from 7 to 11 p.m. and enjoy music and fun with
Admission is $5 at the door and includes
pizza and soda while it lasts.
The events are on a Friday evening early eact
month. Another is slated for Oct. 1.
Information: Jaci Jenkins, 757-9166, or e-
Kid's Night Out
The Plant City Recreation and Parks Depart
meant will host a Kid's Night Out Sept. 4 at th(
Planteen Recreation Center, 301 Dort St.
Youngsters ages 5 to 12 can enjoy games
movies, crafts and more.
Admission is $5 at the door and covers pizza
The events are on a Saturday evening earl3
each month. The next is scheduled for Oct. 2.
Information: Jaci Jenkins, 757-9166, or e.
The Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce hosts its Bike Fest the first Saturday o:
every month from 5 to 9 p.m. in and around
The next fest will be Sept. 4.
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INVITATION TO BID
Sealed bids for GAITHER
HIGH SCHOOL WALL RE-
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ceived by the School Board
of Hillsborouah County,
Florida in the Office of the
Supervisor of Purchasing,
Third Floor, School Admin-
istrative Center, 901 East
Kennedy Boulevard, Tam-
pa, Florida until 3:OOPM,
Tuesday, September 16,
2004. (The mailing address
is P.O. Box 3408 Tampa
Florida 33601). Bids will noi
be accepted after 3:00PM
of the above date. Bids will
be opened and read aloud
in the Purchasing Depart-
ment, located on the third
floor of the School Admin-
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an Encouragement Affir-
mative Action Plan as iden-
tified within the bidding
There will be a NON-MAN-
DATORY Pre-Bid Meeting
on Thursday, September 2,
2004, at l0:00am at the
school site located at 16200
North Dale Mabry, Tampa
IT IS THE BIDDER'S RE-
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THAT BIDS ARE DELIVERED
TO THE PURCHASING DE-
PARTMENT AS REFER-
TY MUST BE SUBMITTED
WITH BID. THERE ARE NO
NOTICE TO ALL BIDDERS:
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building, therefore, visitors
will be required to obtain a
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
Case No: 04-DR-12253
MARIOA REYES MARTINEZ
SABRINA CASTILLO DE
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REYES who address is un-
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copy of your written de-
fenses, ifany, to iton 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, Hillsborougb
County before service on
Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do
so, a default may be en-
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Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.)
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address on record at the
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CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
BY: ELLEN P. NEUBAUM
NO: 6732 8/5;12;18;26,2004
NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with the pro-
visions of Florida law, there
being due and unpaid
charges for which the un-
dersigned is entitled to sat-
isfy an owner's lien of the
good hereinafter described
and stored at Uncle Bob's
Self Storage located at:
1005 S. Alexander St, Plant
City, Florida 33563.
813-759-9526. And, due no-
tice having been given, to
the owner of said property
and all parties known to
claim an interest therein,
and the time specified in
such notice for payment of
such having expired, the
goods will be sold at public
auction atthe above stated
address to the highest bid-
der or otherwise disposed
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The City of Plant City (the
"City") is soliciting propos-
als for Pension Administra-
tion and Investment Man-
agement Services for the
City Miscellaneous Em-
ployees' Pension Plan. Pur-
suant to RFD 04-94656-001
interested firms must sub-
mit nine complete copies of
the proposal to the City of
Plant City Purchasing De-
partment, 302 W. Reynolds
tree, Plant City, Fl 33563,
by 4: 0 P.M., local time,
September30, 2004. Failure
to submit a timely and re-
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matically disqualify a re-
spondent. The City re-
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Notice is hereby given that
on Friday, September 3,
2004 at 3:00pm at A-i U-
STORE-IT, located at 3010
S. Jim Redman Parkway,
Plant City Florida, will con-
duct a sale to the highest
bidder otherwise dis-
pose of the contents of
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#07 LOWERY: Old car
#312 PREVATT: Furn, Shop
#210 HARRISON: Furn,
#209 MAYES: Furn, misc
#112 CASTRO: Misc items
#106 RIALS: Furn, 2 TV's
#130 SAXION: Furn, misc
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SO. TAMPA waterfront
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HMC Realty, 813-294-9858
BAYSHORE- 3031 Asbury
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2200 mo. Lease or sell
Walk 2br, 2ba, lcg,
approx. 1064sf, vaulted
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$235,000. Days: (813)
842-1544; eves 852-1639
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Heritage Harbor Sun.
12-4 4108 Harbor Lake
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many upgrades Ig lot in
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295K. Bay Vista Realty,
Diana Barsch 245-3971
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APOLLO BEACH, 3br, 2ba,
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Appt only 813-841-6022.
Bloomingdale E. 3br, 2ba,
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Will not last. Call: Julie
Designer Home RIty.
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1701 Sloop PI $156,900
I ll East
Plant City 3br 2ba,
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total 1,000 sf. Includes
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Central Tampa lbr & Ig
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813-930-8036 x 212. Van-
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new color TV after lease
WALDEN LAKE. exclusive
home 1900 sf 4br/2ba,
screened pool w/d,
$1400 mo + utilities
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CLEARWATER Duplex 1br
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last + dep. Fred
Apollo Beach Area
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in Kings Lake
APOLLO BEACH- MiraBay
Villa, New Lrg3br 2ba
2cg, 1966s, Maint Free,
Pool Tennis, Gym & Spa.
$2060/mo. or sale
APOLLO BEACH. Pets OK.
2BR 1BA, very nice, ce-
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p ort good credit a must.
BRAND NEW 3/2, NICE
neighborhood $950. mo.
3br, 2ba, 2cg, Lakefront,
in Providence Lakes.
Hills, 3br 2ba 2cg, span-
ish tile roof, fenced, la-
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Lakes New 3br 2ba 2cg,
W/D, Water View, Conv
to Crosstown $1,400/mo
1 Available Now! ,;
3/2 Pool access $925/mo.
3/2/2 1975sf $1200/mo
3/2/21500 sf $1150/mo.
Joe Austin 813-681-5366
2/2ba lcg, 2 sty. New.
Ready Sep 1. 1308sf (liv)
1827 (total), all appl's,
yd maint $950-$110mo
tion, 10315 Parkcrest Dr.
3br,. 2ba, tile new
paint/carpet, W/D, all
appliances, scrnd patio,
fenced yd, small pet
allowed. $990/mo + $990
CITRUS PARK 3 bdrm 2
bath garage A/C fenced
yard landscaped 7370
onterey Blvd. $500
week 758-1385 (813)
CLAIR MEL 3/1 w/family
room, CHA fencd, newly
remodeled, section 8 ok,
$750 mo. + sec. No dogs,
no cats. 813-677-5019
CORK Country Cottage
Just remodeled 2br
w/CHA, fenced yard.
$775/mo + security.
DOVER, CUTE, lbr/lba,
h/a, part furn, nice quite
4/3/3, 2400sf, pond, con-
servation lot, screened
1 yr old, 3br, 2ba 3cg +
ofc/4th br, 2400sf, A +
Gated, fenced, pets neg.
$1850/mo includes lawn
Lake St. Charles Lovely
3br, 2ba w/ den, 2cg.
Corner lot, Fncd bkyd,
comm. pool, tennis crt,
fitness tri. $1275/mo. +
1st & Sec. 813-841-2610
LAKELAND 10 ml from
Plant City, No Bank
Qualifying, 3br lba,
Frame, 1400sf, Remod-
eled Rent $800/mo Dep
$7001908 W Walnut
NO PETS 813-744-1572
LAND O LAKES-3br/2ba/
2car ar, FP, LR, FR, fncd,
disc. plus deposit
OPEN MON-SAT 10-5PM,
Masonry 3-4 br, 2ba
w/gar. Low down, Low
easy qualifying. 56th
Street, go 2 bIks W. on
NEW TAMPA, Gated Golf
Pool & Lake View, 4br
NEW TAMPA, Meadow
liv/din/fam, Ig yard on
conservation, no pets,
inci cable & phone.
New Tpa/Wesley Chapel
Seven Oaks, New 3/2/2
vault ceils, comm pools,
tennis crts, fitness center
PLANT CITY, lbr lba
Block home, AC Carpet-
ed, No Pefs, $135/wk
incis Water & Sewer,
PLANT CITY 2br/lba
ch/a, tile floors fenced
yard $600. mo 752-3161
PLANT City 3/2 inWalden
Lake, No Pets$1150.
Call Jayne 813-763-0495
3/2 Almost new $1100.
Call Becky 813-376-2100.
WALDEN LAKE REALTY
PLANT City 4/2, split pin,
CHA, lcg, ncdyrd, $1250
PLANT CITY Built 2004,
Counter Tops. W/D,
$1000/Mo. + $1000 Dep.
PORT RICHEY 2br 2ba
1car. Beautiful house on
big lake with Florida
room & patio. $800.
O1100sqft, carpet, ceiling
fans CHA, Ig yard,
South Tampa. 1/2 mile
from MacDill, close to
bay, beautiful 2/1,
100 sqft, shady yard.
$850 per month.
813-936-9313 Iv mes
brand new, 3br lba,
hdwd firs, dead end st.
W/D. $1300/mo 1st &
last sec. 813-956-4352
SOUTH TAMPA 2BR/1BA,
900 sf, CHA, w/d
screened porch 2
decks, $900/mo. $450
dep. 205 Audubon Ave.
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WESLEY CHAPEL 3bd/
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to 1-75. Call after 5pm
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new 2 story waterfront
3br,2.5ba,2cg, plus bo-
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$1600/mo neg. Call be-
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& 175.3 br 2 ba. 1 CG on
1 acre lot. cer tile &
crpel,WD hk upapp's
incl. 100 mo. $900 sec
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WEST TAMPA, charming
2br/lba, Liv & Fain rms,
dining area, in door
Indry area, covered pa-
tio, 5850/mo 1st, last +
WESTCHASE Area Nice
4br 2ba 2cg, frpl, W/D,
ceiling fans, corner-lot,
no smoking. $1300 per
io, 1st mo plus sec
18802 Sweet Pea Ct.
WESTCHASE Area, 2br,
2ba, 2car, Upscale con-
do. Pool, bk yrd small
pets ok, tile, 1400sf.
Call for appt.
Ybor Historical District
Bungalow 2 or 3br, 2ba,
CHA laundry, security,
$100 0/inm .
ZEPHYRHILLS Brand new
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Lake. Includes all
appliances, new schools,
grt location. $1,100/mo.
credible views of Bay-
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2br/2ba, cov'd prkng
great view. Lndry on
premise, no pets. $ 050
& dntn view, just remod
eled 2br, 2bawith balco-
ny, covered parking.
pool, security $1150/mo
+ deposit 813-220-4149
Carrollwood Village 2BR,
2BA, W/D, pool, tennis,
cable, small balcony.
$800 per month
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deposit. Please call
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Shore Colony, 2bd/2ba
condo, courtyard view,
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community Cable & Wa-
ter included. $950/mo
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North Bay Village Condo
1100sf, gated comm,
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pool, $985. mn) including
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Near 75/275. Small pet.
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firs, track lighting, W/D
nice fncd backyard w/
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incl some util lawn
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MHs. mile S of 14 on
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No pets, adult comm.
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I Travel Trailer
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cornn, Telephones, Test DIAMOND 1.00ct, VVS, E edic no-flip pillow top, pads, $250.813-681-7800
Equip., Transmission, A r $142 Sac 2 box springs, never
WirelessTop Value for A @0- e$14,200 Sac used,cost $10, sacri- BEDROOM SUITE, kg bd, 4
Reuse Items. Tampa natural & certified. fice$395.813-273-8177 poster, solid pine, 2
(813) 888-624 Toll Free 727-545-4299 B night stands, armoire
(813) 888-6249 Toll Free 727-545-4299 BedALLTEMPUR w/drawers, chest, incl
1-86-372-7270 DIAMOND RING Never ortho-PEDIC Pressure matt.$500.813-290-9315
EXCESS AND SURPLUS worn brilliant cut, Reieving Visco Nasa
ELECTRONICSWANTED!L c Memory oam Mattress Bedroom, Thomasville
Audiovisual, Automa- A1.01ctWIG, EGL cert. AsonTV Bogart collection, 2
ton, Br Code, Business cost1699sell bachelor chest night-
Inventory, Central Of- $2800obo.352-686-9632 Kcost$1899sell$549 stands w/granite top,
fice, Chips, Circuit ENGAGEMENT Ring 1 Ct 10yrwarrantycan deliver king poster bed, door
Boards, Components, Total Weight, &WED- 5counties.Allsizesavail. dresser w/landscaped
Controls, G P.S Insul. DINGBand 1CTW.Paid SWEDISHBEDDING.COM mirror & chest on chest,
Wire, I.P., *Medical $2,500willsellfor 813-226-3022or 1 yr old, barely used.
Elects., Networking, $1,200 OBO 813-263-3600 727-733-9334 ANYTIME! $7500.813-991-1636.
O.E.M. Elects., R.F., Tele-
co., Telephones, Test Princess Solitaire, brand Bed, Craftmatic adju BEDS-CHEAP-BEDS
E.qui., Transmission. new neverworn.Paper- $860 obo. Antique BEDS-ClEAP-BEDS
WreessTop value for work avail. Appr $2695 carved mahagony art EW-full mattress &
Reuse Items. Tampa sell $1900 firm. Serious ner's desk $1 00. Chip- boxspdngs $159. set
(813) -6249Toll Free callsonly.813-716-0069 pendale desk & owboy QtUEE Pillow Top Mat-
1-866-372-7270 1000.813-964-8228 tress&Boxsprings$329.
OLD ROOFS WANTED WHOLESALE BED FRAME 4 Poster Bunk Bed w/mattress
Model Homes Needed To The Public, size w/ rails, fits
For New Lifetime Roof Tam adiamonds.com pillowtop mattress, exc
Over 20,000 Customers 813-486-6088 cond. Couple yrs new
CallTo9eeIfYouOuali- $3t50 813-792-1291 B BOUTLET
fy 1-800-937-6635 Ext. 408 tamps BED MOVING Must sell: P115ANTCIEVERSST
Z FLLic#CCCO49367 Coins Books Daybed, wht like new 813-759-8864
WANTED Purchasing New $200; Ent ctr, small pe-
WA& Used DishNe r Coins-Currency BUYING! can, $50; Love seat, BUNK BEDS$145
and DirecTV Satellite Tampa's Oldest Coin cream/Blue $200; BUNK BEDS 145
Receivers. Have ou Store. Top Dollar Paid, Recliner beige $70; Iron or wood Futons,
model # available.P Cash. 5802 N Armenia Glass cocktail table, lofts Avail. All sizes
model #Cash Call 813-879-6670 wrgt iron base $125; Can Delv. 813-643-1388
matching end tbls$100;
1-800-377-7153 COINS, Currency, Bullion. 4 rattan chrs $60; Lr BUNK BEDS-$159. Lofts
MODEL HOMES NEEDED Bu Sell Trae Coin suite case never use Captains Beds, New All
For Enery-savin Werx. BiTop Flea $65; Exercise Ab Swing Wood, Can Deliver.
dowsr CalTosn e fYou Markelt )1D1 Sat & Sun brand neww/ video $40 Brandon 813-685-4760
Pualify.1-800-937-6635 9a-4p 813-601-6940 727-841-9611 www.alontrading.com
xt. 208 FL WE BUY COINS! *BED* SALE* BEDS CHAIR, Relax the Back Ze-
Uc#CRC015276 Buying, selling, trading! Bunk Beds- New w/Mats. ro Gravity Chair, Grn Ithr
WANTED 20 Homes to Over 38yrs of experience. $159 & Maple wd frame. New
Show Off Our New Life- Buying1Silver. We payTwin Mattress Sets $125 140 sell $800 Mint
time Exterior Paint! Call top do lar. 813-79 a FullMattressSetl nd813-855-9528
nowto See If Your Home or 727-455-6196 Qn Mattress Sets$195 CHAIRS -8 natural arrow-
uafies 1-800-672-7114 410 Furniture I KinMattressSets $295 back kitchen chairs.
ic. #CBC010111) 141 Fuiture Newirmsets-Easycredit $300. Call 813-713-2538
WANTED! ACCENT FURN. B & B OUTLET Couch $436 Love $400
Chair $326. New Leather
DTV/Dish Network ACCESSORIES, 11P EVEC ST Italian Top Grain
Will pay cash & pickup. ARMOIRS BED 813-759-8864 Can Del. 813-870-0070
813-786-3006 BUYING, 1 item BED Trundle Bellini, COUCH
ALWAYS BUYING, 1 item ROOMS, DINING, Fabio,w/twin mattress- Leather Sectional, Teal
or house full, Antiques, TRTAIM NT es $475. Also Desk Green, like new, paid
Collectibles, Furn., & ENTERTAINMENT w/hutch, armoire, $3000, sell $500
Misc. Prom-6336tser24ce. CNTRS, LEATHER chest.813-245-8383. 813-960-3760
$PayingCash$ & UPHOLSTERY, BEDROOM $1000 DAY BED $265
S /D s/VS/ MATTRESSES. Allcherry wd sleih bd, 2 Complete frame, ,2
for CD s yD's.VHS/ MAN ACS. nightsands, Sresser matts, trundle, new in
Video Games3&Systems. ALL MANUFACTURERS mirror chest new, boxes. 813-657-8449
Call Rob 863-420-6647 ALLSTYLES 'retail $3Ksell $1000 can B, Eo Wi
$$ PAID for all tyes of AMCKN DRE OB del813- DayBed, Elliot White w/
jewelry. Lookingorany MCCLINOCK, BAUER, BEDROOM $1300 Day Bed eight Stan &
siWer/gold merchan- ASHLEY, AICO HOOKER, Desk, $350. Armoire
dise. Watches. Anything HAMMARY, AMBIANCE Brand new, solid wd. set. $350.813-685-9329
of value! 727/804-7463 ARTISON GUILD, 8 pc. Louis Phillipe style,
HUNTINGTON HOUSE, List$5K.lst$1300takes DAYBED
IPa Cash CRAFTMASTER LEA, it! Candel.813-251-3134 Complete w/pop-up
JACQUELINE SMITH, RO $30 evereawice
for isNetwork receiv- LEA ER TREN PU- BED trundle & 2 twin mats.
ers. (813)843-2354 LASKI LARGO BULER, Brand new solid wd. $275 can del813-926-8507
SAVOY HOUSE /TIN' Qn set. Dresser, tri-mir- Desanpedestal 8with chair
SP Ch DALE LIGHTING C.R. ror, 2 n.s. & chest. edastal with chair
I P C LAINE, KIMBALL OME. til boxed. Can deliver and large bookcase
for Dish Network receiv- OPENMO-SATill 5:30om 813-926-8507 www $300., OAKDESK & enter-
ers. (813)843-2354 OPEN LATE THURSDAY solidwoodbedrooms.com tainment ctr, & office
1402 Antiques/ 4315 E. COLUMBUS DR. BEDROOM $438
I 1 Collectibles I 813-630-4744 Brand new, 5pbc cherryDINE $450
hClashfTeAsCset. New in box. can 0BrandNew,
&deliver. 813-870-0070 Hand Carved, Solid Oak,
Set, by Boris Velejo & ACCENT a FURN n
Julie Bell. Cost $1,000. A il rn Pu c$ i Boxes, can Delv.FW Fur-
Sell $600 OBO.ArmorOf Accessories, Art, BEDROOM $485 nature linc 813-643-1388
The Ages, by The Nobel Bedrooms, Dining Rms. New Complete 5 pc sets
Collection,0 pcs. Cost Leather Mallery, Ent. mncl Bed Nstand Drsr/ DINING $950
$100each. Sell 60 each Centers, Mattresses & Mr, Chest,813-643-1388 A rr n nn
or$525 for set Knives 4 Memory Foam. Several All cherry Queen Anne
Hibbings & Velei 5 Qualit Lines Aico i style. Never used, still in
each. Call813-920-327 AmericanDrew, Pulaski Bedroom$500. ox. Must Sacrif ice! Can
sofa Circa Wynwood, Ashe, o s
frome1870's,$1300firm. Kathy IrelanD 'ome, utchnightestandbe I
2 Reclinerswing back LeatherItalia unit) nht stan DINING111PC
bih legs.both $400. 4415 N. Clark Ave. chair. 813-891-4258 92" 2 pedistal tbl, all
3-265-4971 leave msg. 10a-6p Mon-Sat cherry wd, 6 carved chrs
HKY- 80-81T $300. www-eiewholesale BEDROOM 1-10pc Ightdrichina, server,'NEW,
90-91T $8.91-925c $20. furniture.co' Kn can del. 13-871-1477
B0K- "id9 $2 16. 81347S 1147 Solid Mahotany.no vye- DINING RM Thomasville,
B 1Bn298H$12.rBEnnve -0
Call Tom 813-651-4094 BDRM Frtwd/neers, lighf/dark finish, solid pecan ivory finish
CaLIONETRAINS&-Othe-s.0 queenDpstr can, 5tdrwr 4r poster/sleigh. All 8chrs, triple chinacab
LIONELTRAINS&Others. queen t drr dawers American server/credenza, 13pcs,
Bought & sold. New & chst,drsr,nttbld ir,rug dovetail neverusedstill $2500 813-963-1161
used. All gauges. icofrskpiws x- in box. IncludeslargeTV NNromchair
813-6h-508 BEcond$146081 -494-9775 ain e. Cade-liverDINING RoomlsetA8sChairs,&
. 813-677-5008 a eCan$ $750. Reclinin Sofa
E O ABED $100 s 900 solidwood Loveseat $450 2Double
SIDE BOARD, Jacobean Dbl plush Qu matt. SET. -bedrooms.com eGlass tables
Style. Mirror, pillars & New in plastic w/warr. Glass Game Tables$50 2
many compartments. n 813-293-7621 Huge Rattan Planters &
Early 2th Century-. Can el. 813-87-0 Coffee table $50 2 Tall
$1200 obo 352-373-9933 Bedroom LAMP S $30
STERLING SILVER 68 pc. BED $100 Absolute n 813-973-0056
set, Kin Louis Double sidedAbsolute Bargains DINING ROOMSUITE
by Int'LSilver top, new, still in plastic, Bedrooms, Living, Dining IngRO coni
ilve Pnd lRm More! New, MahoganyCh uffet, oodconditable
Gorgeous$2 can del. 813-926-8507 uElity Furniture for less! ion, et ,
S819 En3 i 5 1 KINr Florida Wholesale Furni- & six chairs. $600 OBO.
4 0e Kids S3uf I BED $125 KI ture, Inc. 813-643-1388 Call 813-659-2540
S Kids Stuff I ded pillowtop matt.INING Room table
New, in plastic w/warr. Bedroom BEAUTIFUL w/tile top, solid oak,
Wooded Swing Set Only$125 813-870-0070 PBROYHILL'Fontana' & corner utc, inside
New $800, selling $300. new, worth $1800. Sell cabinet c cond $600
813-907-7966 or BED 150 each $990.727-725-2708 352-686-8101
813-244-3326 Plush db sided Qu BEDROOMset pcs, ht DINING TABLE & Chairs,
REDWOOD PLAYSETS pillow top set. New in wicker wglasstosnite China cab Ethan Allen
25% OFF F REE plastic w/warr. Can stnds&drssr,$600.Alli- Old World Collection.
Installation! All sizes & deliver813-251-3134 sonbyR.Laurenqunbed- Ctry French exc condi
price ranges. Woodplay ding, $50.813-786-3298 $3200 813-662-9429
813-792-5500; 662-3996 BED $175 0Dining table Ethan Alien
14061 Jewelry I Dbl sidedQu P set, new w/2 arm chrs&4 upright
w/warr. can del. KG chrs 2 leaves & pads.
Diamond & Blue Sapphire $295 813-871-1477 A Also Ethan Alen solid
Cluster Waterfa@ ring, v I cherry coffee table, all
14Ki gold, Appr@ $2354. BED $215 BEDROOM SET 5 new cond. $2600.
813S 6981760 -135 All cherry sleigh bed, PCGrey on black marble 813-681-3747
813-68-69, solid wd. new, still in look n/kng $900 OBO, Dinning Room Set, solid
Diamond Platinum Ring, boxes. Must Sacrifice! (813)672-2189 oak, table w/leaf, 6
amazing 3.35ct, center 813-870-0070. Can del. chairs, hutch server.
stone 2.01 ct, VVS, cert. Top quality! Exc cond!
ap i $17K, must BED $375 S E K $100obo.013-404-3676
seiiouuo866-4 73 ALL SWEDISH FOAM SET Century, double dresser, Entertainment Center,
Engagement Ring. 0.56 ct New. Qu coiless set. As 2 chest of drawers, Beautiful Oak, 10x7, lots
diamond w/18 kt gold seen onTV w/warr. armoire $3900. of shelving, fits big
setting, retails $3999. Retail $1900. Can deliver. (941)358-3804 screen or reg.TV, exc.
Must sell! Asking $1999. 813-870-0070 With QUICKACTION cond. $450.813-610-0722
Call 727-919-0344. ADVERTISE IN CLASS 631 rates, selling is a snap! You'll find value buys ad-
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14101IFumiture 11410 1Fumlture
cream holds up to 36"
TV, $560. Sofa, $150. Qn
bdrm set, brown lacquer
All wood, cherry finish,
lighted w/beve edglass
up to 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
USED, sell for $1650. Can
retrig/freezer. Like New
$500-. Ice/water dis-
renser. Built in water fi-
Sofa & Loveseat Reg $695.
Dinnet with 4 chairs $159
4 pc Bedroom set $289.
B & B OUTLET
Oak, w/extra thick mat-
tress, new in boxes, cov-
er avail. 813-657-8449
looks like new, keeps
Living RM setRooms to
Go Safari. Must sell,
couch, loveseat, chaise
lounge,2 tables 2 lamps
Living rm set pillow sofa
& oversize chair, both
w/ Ig ottomans $500.
Dining rm set, wood tbl
w/ leaf, 4 side chairs, 2
arm chairs, w/ table
protector $200. Antique
upright wood piano w/
bench $600. Wood dbl
dresser w/ mirror $50.
LOVESEAT and SOFA, 1
year old, paid $875.
Qu pillow top. Baby soft.
New in plastic w/warr.
KING $198. Can deliver
Extra thick Qn Ortho P/T
set, new still in plastic,
retail $1195, sacrifice
$250. Can deliver.
set 7pc solid oak,
sleigh bed cherry finish,
$1700. 7pc honey pine
bedroom set, $1600.4pc
Italian leather set
beige, $1500. 4pc light
brown leather set,
$2100. 3pc tweed sofa
set, camel, $1200. Maple
dining table, chrs &
hutch $900. 3pc coffee
tbs, $175. All beautiful.
High-end showroom pa-
tio inventory, top
names, 25% below
wholesale prices. Cash
only. Call 813-835-6099
POOL TABLE 4x8 Italian
1" Slate, lifetime warr.
Decorative pockets &
Ies, in crate, w/access
SECTIONAL 3 PC
All Italian Ithr, dual
recliners & sleeper sofa,
4 colors brand new $1799
can del. 813-871-1477
SECTIONAL Sleeper Sofa
w/ recliner, leather,
Sofa $250 Love 225
Chair $175. Uphol. New
still in plastic w/warr.
Must sell! 813-251-3134
Sofa $385. Love $345.
Chair $185. New still in
box w/warr. Family
SOFA, $475 & Love seat
$375, match set w/ 2
glass top end tbls & 1
coffee tbl $150. Moving
must sell. 813-817-1113
Sofa $625 Set
New Comp sets from $625
Uphol, Leather & M-Fiber
Can Deliver 813-643-1388
SOFA $895 SET
All Italian. top grain
leather set. Beautiful!
New in plastic. Can
Sofa & Loveseat
Reg. $689.00; Payoff
balance $495.00 or
assume $20.00 payments
SOFA & LOVESEAT, all
Bassett, 2 mos new, w/
warr Worth $2800, Sell
SOFA & RECLINER Black
leather, both $375.
Formal Dining table,
glass top, 4 chairs $275.
Summer Wicker SALE.
Unique wicker & rattan
furniture. All weather
wicker patio sets/
access. & gifts. Forever
SALE This week only
20% off all furnishings.
8717 40th St. Tampa
WALL UNIT, lighted 7 pc.
white oak w/match
coffee & end tbls & curo
cab. $1500. DR SET,
Lexington, white oak, 2
leafs, 8 chrs, 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
New solid Oak TV Wall
Unit, up to 60" TV base
+ cabinets in Iloneycol-
or, $900. Matching Cof-
fee Table + 2 End Ta-
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Buffet, Hutch Server
Cost ...$9K, Sell...$1450.
Home Theater 3-4 Sec-
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seat $1450. Mahagony
Bedroom $1650. Bar 2-
Stools $995. Tampa
14151 Carpeting I
2 New Indian Rugs 100%
Artificial Silk 8x11. Qum
Design. Value $9800,
Askin $4500.Tibrez De-
sign, Value $8900, Ask-
ing $4,000. Both for
$8,000. Appraisels In-
CARPET LINOLEUM, TILE,
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at contractor pricing.
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residential and com-
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Appliances, $74.50, up.
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APPLIANCES BEST PRIC-
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7604 Broadway 626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
USED WITH WARRANTY
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG '
4000 W. Kennedy
11900 N. Nebraska
Mom & Pops Applianc-
es $75 & up, W/D, Stove
& Refr. 10014 30th St.
STOVE 30" $95. REF $219
Washer/Dryer Save $200.
B & B OUTLET
VACUUM RAINBOW SE
with attachments, very
clean, excellent cond,
used very little. $350obo
WASHER & DRYER
$225/set, $125 ea.
Refarig. Jennair Black
Large capacity, all cy-
Condition, 1-yr wrrty.
$250 both 813-915-1277
WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
We buy junk appliances &
ACs for $2 each. Call
right now while the
truck is in your area.
All old appliances, alum
sheds & windows. Free
kia Motorola etc We buy
them all 813.933.5008
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AC'S NEW IN BOX! Whole-
sale prices w/5-10 year
factory warrty.! Homes
& Mobile Homes. Exam-
ple: Mobile Homes 2-ton
$790; 2'/ -ton $840; 3-ton
$90 3Vi -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'sALLNewin Box All 5
yr Factory Warranty, All
Homes, Sizes: Example
Mobile Homes, 2-ton
$790, -2V2 -ton $840,
S3-ton $890, 31/2-ton
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Used Mobile Home &Cen-
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$200 & up w/warranty.
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also. NTA CAC 1813656.
I |I Musical
42" 0 Instruments
AARDVARK MUSIC, LAR-
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Everything Must Go!
Guitars, PAs, Amps, Fix-
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Wireless Mics, Lighting,
Best Rental Selection in
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Amps, DJ Equip, Speakers
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BASS & GUITARS
BAY AREA'S BEST!
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We Buy Factory Specials
New And Used
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Owner/Operator 27 Yrs
Call Ken 813-855-1227
AJ's Pro Percussion
New Used Vintage
We Buy Drums Anything
Call A.J. 813-353-1829
Elec. Guitars from....... $99
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Mic's from.............. $19.95
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Paragon Music 876-3459
MACINTOSH G4 Pro-tools
camera DVX Panasonic
100 w/program final cut
Pro 1-2-3-4. Dioi 02 mix-
ing board w/pro tools
6.1 $7500. Never used.
ORGAN Lowrey Holiday
Deluxe LX300, Exc con-
dition, used very little,
PIANO, 1921 cable Nelson
Vintage upright. Bench
included. Axc condo.
PIANO Baldwin Player
piano, oak w/stained
glass windows, works
PIANO, Hallet & Davis
includes oench, music &
humidifier, great shape
PIANOS cert. used Yama-
has, lOyr warr, 200+ to
chose from. C-5$12K, C-3
$10K, C-2 $9K, U-3 $3K.
or appt 1-888-600-5188
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 cosl. expert repairs
4241 Stereo I
BIG SCREEN TV Excel-
lent condition 55"
w/PIP, asking $950 or
good "cash deal.
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projection many fea-
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of home medical equip.
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sell cost over $120,sell
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WHEEL Chair & LiftS lz
yrs old. jazzy, $2800 for
oIth pd $8000 for both
1 di Office Equip.
430 & Furniture
Chairs! Chairs' Chars'
Over 500 uied chairs in
stock. Multi fdnciional
mid bck chair $59; much
more! EOF 813-877-9317
CHAIRS, DESKS, FILES
A REMODELING SALE
CONF TBLS, COPIERS
NEW, USED DISTRESSED
635.9255 / 5414 N 56th
COPIER-Barely used Ri-
coh digital officer copi-
er, 40CPM, 2 sided/sta-
pler, netwkorint, mint,
$1060 (727) 518-7504
COPY MACHINE, Digital
85 copiesper mmin auto
side copies, finish/
staple & whole punch,
print directly from
computer. Up to 400,000
copies per mo low
$99. 24x48 w/48" glass
wings. Powered panels.
Cal Chuck 966-1072
5203 S. Lois Ave. Tpa
Hayworth, 8x8,1 flipper,
1 shelf, corner work sur-
face, grey in color, $550.
Delivery & set up avail-
able. WE Buy Worksta-
tions. (727) 647-2170
41 I Computers &
A NEW COMPUTER
BUT NO CASH?
CREDIT CHECK- Bad
Credit- Bankruptcy OK.
10A-9P EST Mon-Fri
ATX Cases $20.00
56K Modems $15.00
14-21" Monitors $20&UP
HP Printers $30.00
Hard Drives 10.00
P11 Computers 65.00
Pill Computers $100.00
100's of Parts & Systems
** 8-4:30 M-F**
Laptop Below WholeSale
New/lsed! Dell IBM!
Beat all prices. Wireless
Internet, leather case
avail. Starting @ $250.
Top Of Line IBM Laptops.
30% Off Retail Price.
BRAND NEW. Direct
From Mfg. 3 Yr Warr.
Whenyou search Classi-
Gateway Desktop, 17"
mon. Pill 933, 256 ram,
20 gig hd, $300 + tax.
Cash or check only.
813-884-4433 ext 242
Pill starting @$99.
17" monitors starting
$59. La tops in stock.
Mega Micro 3816 S.
Dale Mary (In Britton
434 I Restaurantl
- I Hotel Equip
NEW& USED-BUY& SELL
15510 N. Nebraska
DELI MEAT SLICERS
& 20 qt MIXERS all makes
& models, SS, used,
some like new.
Del remdling, everything
for sale 50-75% off.
Hobart Slicer, oven, ice
counters & much more
Class 584 is our ticket to
large soup kettle, com-
GRILLS, Walk-In Coolers,
Pizza Ovens, Mixers,
Hoods, Fryers Call
ICE MACHINE 1000 lb.
exc. cond. 220V, 1 phase,
can see operate,
813-365-0765 cell or
Out Of Business, 6 burner
range w/ oven; 4' deli
prep table, refrig. pizza
prep table, Upright
glass door display
merchandiser, exc condo
Roger @ 813-760-6062
Walk-In Cooler, 14x22x8
with x2 56" Doors.
if u i .u111 ilosI l s11111111 III
14111 Super Savers I
Coffee/end tables black
metal/glass, new $150
French Doors, solid wood
no glass $86
Microwave, GE white,
good condition $50.
STOVE/Range GE white,
exc cond., self clng
TV/VCR cart w/storage
dark oak not real wood.
Vanity w/stool and mir-
ror, wicker $65.
32 THE COURIER AUGUST 26,2004
Store i i Builder'
435 Fixtures I440 Supplie
Equipment CORIAN Coun
DISPLAY CASES, lengths w/
USED CLOTHES RACKS $2500.813-835-1
WHSE FULL 813-886-8400 DOORS-5 10ft wl
Ofc Furn.: Wrap-around el doors $250.4
desk, slat wall & fittings,$3'9corian
4-ways, bookcase, glass white counter
display case. 680sf for Call 813-713-
rent. TT. 888-668-6860 FENCE SAL
Pallet Racking, 20-3 tier, 6 X 8Board onE
warehouse racks 12' Onlv$19.9
warehouse platform HurryWhiieSupp
ladder, canon color 813-681-61o
copier. 813-818-7983 When you read C
SALON Equip/Furn. 4 sa- it's. HELLO...GOI
Ion chairs blk, 4 wet sta-
tions bllwht 436inrnd FLOORIIN
mirr, 8 3x5 floor mats Prefinished oak
blk, 2 dryers blk. 5K for boxes, 2308sf. @
all. 813-741-2887 9-6pr Will split, 813-22
40 Builder's GATES, New, Orn
440 Su.nli esChoose your d
A&B 3/4" American Oak f 813-817-
from the Original Guy *INSULATI
who started in this sec- UL I
tion. I buy flooring from NEW- Unlimite
all over the world no Discounts For
Middleman. I have more 813-782-00
products in stock than WantAds
anyone that will sell to Want Ads
the public. Containers of LUMBER LIOUII
Wood, Laminate, Ce- HARDWOOD FL
ramic starting at .99 sf. from.99 cents S
Come where the build- otics Oakbamt
ers & savvy buyers buy finished & unf
flooring 1-813-918-2737 Bellawood w/
www.yeagerflooring.com prefinish, pluw
Call us and we'll come more! We Deli
right over to measure where, 5 Florid
and make plans to fill tions, 1-800-FL
needs. Yeager's (356-6746)
NODOrdy beats our quali-
ty or service let alone METAL ROOFIN
our price. $$$ Buy Direc
All Metals Roofing in stock with al
Standing Seam, roof series. Quic
gkg, Galvalume-Plus, around! Deliver
nap-Lock Panels. Easy able Toll Free
to install, Visa/MC 0335.
CABINETS ALL SIZES
Brand Names FINISHED and
KRAFTMAID, QUALITY * 813-884-61
Do It Yourself Pre-Finishec
Or WeDesign & Install
813-716-1966 $4.29 inst.Lamin
CLASSIFIED ramic .89t/sf.
IS CONVENIENT rems 29C/sf. 87
s A lot
440 Builder's I 41 Sheds & I
4 Supplies 1 Carport
Solid Oak Flooring, %"
Thick, 2 /4" wide $l/sf,
Also available in 3",4", &
5" wide also Maple.
Maple, Oak, Walnut, etc.
Stone Field, Flag,
WINDOWS double hung
aluminum, 13, brand
new, never used. Best
Offer for complete set.
$4.29 inst. Laminate $2.99
inst. w/underlay. Ce-
ramic .89/sf. Carpet
Oak Flooring. $2.89/sf.
METAL ROOFING: ALL
TYPES. Discount Pric-
ing! Buy Direct from
izing in Commercial &
Residential Twenty (20)
colors with all accesso-
ries in stock. Ouick turn-
around Save$$$ Call Toll
Free. 1-888-393- 0335.
FLORIDA'S BEST BUILD-
ING VALUE Pre-
Engineered Steel Build-
ings, Barns & temporary
carport canopies up to
40' wide x 150' length.
Pricing from $189 & up.
STEEL BUILDINGS! Can-
celed Orders! 3 Factory
Unclaimed Arch Style
Steel Buildings. One (1)
is 40x60. Brand New
Never Erected. Will Sell
for Balance Owed. Call
3-STEEL BLDGS. 28x30
was $9,900, sell $5,190.
38x44 was $15,900, sell
$7,960. 48x106 was
S$28,650, sell $16,770.1st
Come 1st Serve! Joe
Arco steel building
system, 30x50, brand
new, ready to erect.
door openings $6800.
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
installed; 18x21 Build-
ings from $2,375;
CalFfor More sizes
A Dock Full of Deals in the
SHED DISPLAY SALE
Big Savings. As-Is.
Where-Is. Cash & Carry.
12x24' shed or workshop,
less than 2 yrs old, treat-
ed, own skids, $4000
new asking $3000
All Steel Building Invento-
ty Reduction! 20x40
$4500! 40x80 $10,900!
Other Sizes Call ASAP!
Class 584 is your ticket to
STORAGE SHED 10x12 By
Smithbilt, Never used,
w/2 windows + electri-
cal. New $1,825 Will Sell
for $799 813-505-6512
TED SHED 10x16, roll-up
door, side door, electric,
3 windows, 3 yrs old,
Storage Building, 10x16,
paid $2200, will take
$1500, used 4 mo. Has li-
noleum & insulation.
44g 1 Machinery &
Brake & Shear 1/4"x10'
Millport vertical mill,
welders MIG & Stick,
Radial arm drill, bins
with nuts & bolts.
I49 Machinery& I
I Heavy Equip.
Cincinnati #2 horizontal
& vertical. YbI 10.5x53.
#40 Taper Spindle. Full
tbltravel. In good running
cond. $1500. 8 ea Euro
Drive gearbox and mo-
tors. 1/4HP-2HP-3PH. 2
ea, powered conveyors,
21 wide, 10ft long. $350
Clark Forklift C50055,
5500 Ibs, LP gas,
Clark Forklift, electric/36
volts, 4000 Ibs, lifts 188",
Both reconditioned $3500
each obo 813-719-1367
since 1974. Parts Svc.,
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
Generator Onan 3KW gas,
elec start. Runs good.
RV or home. $600.
GENERATORS, (2) comm.
diesel, 5kw, like new,
elect, start, (1) water
cooled, $2800 ea.
GENERATORS, US manuf.,
new diesel or pro-
pane/N.G. 40kW 60kW,
0kW 100kW, 800kW,
2000kW. All in weather
prot. enclosures. Set to
desired voltage. All
units have lyrwarr. Call
for prices: 813-985-2642
STEEL DUMP TRAILERS
(used), various sizes,
quarter frame, frame
type & frameless. Con-
tact Bill, 251-402-8392
1 n Sporting
450 Goods I
44 MAGRuger Blackhawk
with scope and shoulder
holster, blue finish, ex-
cellent condo $350 obo.
ARIS-A1 Rifle, Rock River
Arms 16" Barrel, scope,
4 mags soft case, 500
rnds of ammo, $850
WEED out your old lawn
mower with an ad in
14501 Goods I
ARMALITE AR50 SWAR
scope 6x24 ch. pd. soft
case. 10 rds fired. $2500
firm. FL ID. Ask for Dave
DESERT Eagle 44 ma,
Black w/ scope barrel.
Includes gun case & ex-
tra clip $750 obo
GEORGIA HUNT CLUB
Good deer & turkey,
Dublin, GA area. 3500+
acres. $600. Call Bruce
352-394-2478 after 8pm
Glock21 hi-cap mag $449.
Beretta type M, 92SB
compact, 9mm, 2 mags,
$479. Colt 1911 nickel
GOLF EQUIPMENT WANT-
ED. Name Brand / Pro-
Line only. CASH PAID.
GOLF ITEMS Up to 50%-
80% below retail. Hurry
& call 1-800-632-0104
HUNT CLUB Green Top
2015 acres, southern
zone. Membership $650
HUNTER's WANTED for
MONSTER DEER in West-
ern KY on priv. Farms.
Meals & lodging incl.
Jim Baker (606)226-2260
POKER TABLE, Solid Oak,
4 Chairs, Dining/
POOL TABLE $1450
4x8 all solid wood
Professional series 1"
Italian slate, Leather
legs top quality felt, K66
Rai s,, w/access,
lifetime warranty, still in
crate, can deliver & set
POOL TABLE, New In Box
Slate, Choice Cloth, Color
Equip Incl. $995. Buy,
Sel, Trade Used Tables.
I ISporting I
Shot gun, 16 ga Browning
$400 with other guns.
Snap on tool box $650.
WINCHESTER model 12
Trap $450. Remington
870 Magnum 12, $250.
NEW GUN SALES
Home Def Shotgun $200
Sam's 813-931-8498 Tma
Crown 788-2520 Z'hfiIs
4 1 Products
FAMILY HEALTH CARE
$69.95/mo: Best net-
work excellent cover-
age. No limitations, in-
cludes Dental, Vision
Pre-existing Cond. OK1
*DIET PILLS* New Pre-
(Phentrazine 37.5mg 60
tabs $89.95) No Pre-
scription Needed! FREE
Strength Alternative (30
blue tabs 100Omg $89.95)
No Prescription Need-
ed! FREE Shipping
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Loose weight the healthy
way with Shapeworks.
Free Body Analysis.
I45 Power I
Lawn Tractor, Craftsman,
20HP, 42" mower, elec
start, 6 spd transaxle
w/grass catcher for 42"
mower. Like new $995.
Mobile Repair Service
Cranks & Cams 236-3363
Toro 2125 wheel horse
lawn tractor, like new.
Spare blades. new bat-
tery, mulch &side shoot.
Toroe commercial 21 inch
walk behind, like new
$450. Others available.
$50 and up.
1465 | Lawn & Grdn I
BAHIA SOD. Direct from
the grower. Special
price on 14
pallets or more. Pick-up
or delivery. Dade City.
FREE HORSE MANURE!
Great For Gardens!
Local delivery available.
I o | Nurseries/
FRUIT TREE SALE
CREPE MYRTLE SALE
90 Varieties: Lemon-Lime
LIVE OAKS, 45 gal. 4"-16'
$75 25 gal 3"-12' $50;
813-748-8641 or 986-3302
TREES, 3 gal. $21, 7 gal
$40, 15 gal $65. Fast
Afghan To Yorkies
All Puppies Inc
Puppies, access& food.
Siberian Husky Special
AKC, 5mo, shots, $500.
15% offsuppl. w/coupon.
V 813-288-4929 V
AMERICAN PITBULL Terr,
1 Female, 13 Wks Old,
All Shots Dewormed,
Tan & White. $200
480 I Dogs I
9 weeks old, shots, AKC,
2 BlkTri 1 Red Tri, 1 Red
Merle. t400. Lv. mssg.
puppies, ready, shots
wormed, gorgeous, all
colors, bobbed tails,
blue eyes, thick coats,
purebred no papers.
Pups, HIth Cert. Blue
Merle, 1-F $300. 3-M
$250 ea. 352-666-4244
BASSET HOUNDS 2
certified, 8 weeks old,
BASSET HOUNDS-AKC, 8
weeks old on 8/20. All
colors, 6 females, 2
males, $300-$350. Call
BOSTON TERRIER Pups,
AKC reg w/ hlth certs,
494-6627 after 2
M/F, Fawn, hlth certs,
BOXER PUPS, AKC, fawns-
& flash, taking deposits,
ready 9/24, ith cert.
$500-$650, parents on
BULL TERRIER AKC,
V.YVYV V V V
Mix, no papers
CHIHUAHUA MIX, 6mo.
old male cute, al shots
up to date, must move,
$250. 813-837-4278 or
Puppies, AKC M&F,
hairless k powder puff.
Ready to go. $300 up.
Check Out Cars/Trucks in
today Classified section!
Plant City Shopper Service Directory
AUGUST 26, 2004 *THE COURIER 33
48DDogs | 480 Dogs I 481cas |499Garage, Yard 528 Saddles- 521 Campers & Swimming as 84 Boats 586 Supplies&
CHOCOLATE LABS, $500 LABS Adults 18 mos & up, CATS IIo 4 Stroke Yamana low2. SHPRepairs
Ea. AKC, HIth Cert. 1st all colors.Kennel reduc- 2purebred Rex cats. Free SADDLES for sale, (4) 25' COLEMAN 2000 Pop- 4rAAA e1250 Ya iaa, ow
Shots, Much More tion. Familyets onl togoodhome.Funpeo- 1/2 PRICESALE CircleSBillRal u Utah, AC, hotwater, SPAAAA $1250 hrs, Bimini w/trailer. T-TOPS ANODIZED
3hots,52-215-1930Mu $200o 250 (/63) 43- eg homn neutered & & etc. $00-25O1-75 & uefrirator, screen rm, TherapyJets, Energy effi- Ver B od7cond./AtMUWHEW
5742/863-258-2712 declaweall fours. In- Fowler Loch Haven great condo. Sleeps 9. cien, 110V, Insulated $17,900.13-477-2847 CANVAS. CUSTOMIZED
COCKER SPANIELAK LABS CHOCOLATE Pup- side nly. Could be split 500/%0 FF Ranch 813-982-0388 7200813-672-821 ver, Warranty, Newin 19 FOOT, 1997 Stin ray, TO0FITANY BOAT.
COCKER SPANIELS AKC, LABS CHOCOLATE Pup- l I281 -4cylMercruserapha $800941-266-0903
ks opd, allreovets li e, etc ed Cson coming C into family. BEAVERLY'S CONSIGN-,C c 550-599 up, co AC stove, SPA!HOTTUB!4-5Person one mot1587orSailboatsours,
prei ,0 wks $350 health cert. $350. C6ENTR n screened patio, sleeps w/Iounger*5HP*Shoul- like new, drive ontrailer.15871 Sailboats
p8r39lem69s9 3; -3703 813-764-8195c877-5373 HIMALAYAN Kittens CFA 1848J Redman Recreation 9reed p, seat peps erBac&HietsCe $7500obo. 813-546-2359
Re Super quality PlantCit $2000.83-839-8863 dar Cabinet* nderwa- 19'HYDRASPORTSHydra 16Hobieat multi-color
DACHSHUND-Dapple& MALTAHUAHUA, CKC, beautyuar purrfec 8175 or Home ter light arrantyRe Skiff 115hp inmainsail
Solids$300. long non shed silky too. $40ea/cashpref. -Thur-Sat Motor Homes 26 2000 Mallord, queen tails $4295. Sacrifice al trr ack plate, t r yoal
Nopapers toaed babies. M&F.2Yr 8- 7050 .V's0bed, sleeps 6, micro. Must Sell asking $1150.
352-os-7060 warr. Read 8/29. $450. 813-991-7130 500-549 I RV'sA/C CD stereo, excel -545-9592 motor, GS/sonar ex- 813-238-5188LVMSG.
21' 52-19,06y0 au- lent condetnon-smoker, nt condition!
S v v 813-382-3746 Kittens & Cats Fa r's Market 21 TO ota 1985b, 4 yl au- n000 6- SPA/HOT TUB 5 Person $12,500. (813) 765-4349 26.5' HUNTER SLOOP,
Dachshund mini, stud MASTIFF, English, F, Freetogoodhome.Spay rmer's Market to 2Csb de hp Loaded 19FT BOSTON WHALER 9.9 Yamaha, stroke
service, gorgeous L.H. Brindle, AKC, 16 mos, ed, neutered, some vac- i rakes, 26Wilderness'9?bi wth shoulder, h ip back 2000 Outrage lk remote control, VHF, DF,
'w/papers and certifi- huge breedable cines (813) 963-6612 I V eters rebuilt trans, runs great slideout, loaded ul t ecro82sate6.. ..jK
- soon. 813U3-4363. Cham bidline. $1000. MAINE Coon kittens & 5 Vegetables 23' Midas 1978 Class C BR, exc. cond., can deliv- ranty. Retail $4300, Sac- trailer 21,900 (813) 30' 1979 Catalina, excel-
DACHSHUND Pups Mini 813-855-8819 cats Top quality champ New Ref. New Tires& er. $9,500.813-610-2188 rifice $1595. 633-0475 lent condition, many ex-
DRe eMAK mP ES, PEKINGESE PUPS, CKC Ainedsn ts&realthce on CRATE 813-754-7554 e $18,000 IC5theel tr warr50 20 ah on
Red SH AKC, IM, 2F,e sleeve, parties w/guar. Will deliver in GUAVAS Brakes,Generator,Ever-hWorsoi 27' Skamper 5th wheel, 88-22 -38109 20'sland Sdff.CC, 90h, t ,813.96.
raised w/kids. $400. many C o s lor idaell f d.Call forwebsite ForSale813-659-2811 $5500obo813-263-360 new tueise mAtress' 786-29-53a51 e le 2 -h in-gew169;
Also, AKC 1 yr olds B/T co ph o ss notoiable. fr$400-$600.863/860-5126 ref, A awning. $6000 edncuTe n 4 batteries galvanized I
German champ, Hak v. health certificates. Par- BluefrontPA TS FRSH 27 HolidayRambler Va- ob. 81- 888-655 e series dblaw/saluminum TANCE MOVING to New
Treu x Austrian im ents onpremises. $200 & Military Macaws. 813-39-8800. 29 co 1987 Asking ationer, great cond,rai 6 perso portable w/ his $6000oboNew813-888Enland,-6505 all
dha 1-4H4 790 Pta 94 727 7 l 4 H d(deposits3Af ican han t y Ffe d CRAT 720E 318Non H r-cane13- 754 -7 554econd SP O estoc5keaddNe 7 f t nd 2 O501OB3O. bd AbAe.C Sd
Breeders 813-754-3934 PIT BULL PUPPIES BLUE0a- Ge C 's GREEN BY THE BUSHEL ready to go, generator, 28' AWARD 1993 28-5 &her lounger. 5h? full2'Yamaha LX2000, '02. Transportation
DOBERMAN PUPPIES, val 8/18 taking deposits African Grey Congo's, CRATE s813-754-7554s ueequTped $18,000 CLASSIC 5thwheeltrav- warrant. 6S 20
Kembertahte -884-2272 ma3es& now.www.floriablue- 8ws, hand fed$70 servontract.bo 813-2 6K3-990 el trailer ACr Qn, ductri-power 727- 5185 Twin et, 270. Garage
females,re&black pit pu pp ies.co each.Adultmale /l 510 Farm Equip. refrig,LPgas,berglass SPA Overstocked kep under0I hours B r
$350. (407)467-4318 eclectus. 813-780-1297 or ******** ext, excellent shape "etk usel $17,000. (813) Automotve
813-264-2531 813-624-4105 FARMTRACTOR,2wk old, 31' 1999 Dutchman tow with 1/2 ton truck Ne.w 7-Person spa! Load-v 855-7231 1619 1 i
Pit Bull Puppies, assorted&55hp, 4X4. Call for w/power slide out, (41801bs) 8 9750 Includes cover, de- I S
Dobea Pups AKCham blood- brs, 1st shots & AFRICAN GREY, DYH &l Horsetais 352518-0884 500 miles, lots ona 1-727-841-9349 KAYAK ut fulcanvasboat 3y a rrar
German champ, Hankv. health certificates. Par- BluefrontAmazons B/G 352-206-5207 tras, $29,900. 727-808-649 299 was $5999. 150 Yacmaha, salt water EXPRESS LONG DIS-
Treu x Austrian import ents on premises. $200 & Military Macaws. 813-35-8800.s 29aco 1987 Asking 8-39-3529. series,dblaxl aluminum TANCE MOVINGmto New
daughter Hung Int' each.941-727-0973. Hand fed & healthy tveo Fn be NecAmaruk Tandem rod h ours, er-, 2 813-907-5519
champ. 321-454- 790. Pit Bull .$650. (813)493-2609 FORD 1994 1720 Tractor 31' Nn Hurricane 2003 $380 Fully n lf SPA Overstocked! New 3)875-17BO. states in between. Cus
KC, hth cert, red & hea cert health Pairs. xc.Producton. allimino Gildi 00tion. Coachmen ClassC.Dbl tion. Call an ytim e aft moseroldused2x, 81-251-5837 tomer rated A+ 813.92Airrid
DOBERMANS 4-sale: male, 3 female, beauti- AFRICAN GREY w/ large Good small tractor for bed slide-out, awning inalyte r cludes coverdelivery 813mP oao6519, trucks. Free estimates &
wh3young male.5 ages ful markings.Parents6 on. Cages, feu abies. very mowin g $5 750 CB. KWGenerator beT- 5pm941-723-8767 warranty. 29992, was 21' HydrasprtsH dras- frendl M service.Reloca-tr
&colors, reg'dshotsup premises. $250-$300.00 friendly, talks,$8O obo. 81I-752-9212 tar than neW w/ ext. '31TRAILBAY200313'su- $5999888-397-3529. kiff, 21' w tunnelhull: tion Specialists. (Lic
to date.1 743-884-227209 81 KC Go 3-813-404-4114 758 goodsentrv ducontract.6K, will per slide, rear duct '97 evinrue 170 Ocean # M C 2 9 9 9 3 8
ENGLISH SPRINGER precsou pups!rawn 483 Exotic tsaketradeins 863- 62008 38' 1990 Carrage 8 96$17,900.813-404-7200 c1000l sacrifice $500
SPANIELAKCready804041580MASSEY 285, 82 HP, deliver& set up. Cash or AC & heat, awning, xc Water pro; t-,tos; trim t abs/ 1-800-941-3767
ver acks 50 8/30Puppies, $750. BEARDED $5000. Certiied bONank checu cond. Or $2650 00d ask- a Go J ehiclesr, i ack pate; minn kota
DOGUE DE BORDEAUX up, parentsonpremis 813-754-8785 verified by issuing bank. ing$18,90oboScrdrm I i Bay Area Motor Works
PUPS-FRENCH MASTIFF es, el diablo cowboy Pairs, Seegals $45 ties0. $$400809864664 500 firm. & reese hitch avail en Ri- Nissan 4 cr 16 valve twin
-M/F. Cham p. blood- breed, 1st shots & Bondedlf tairo~. VC F Horses& i b v850-a29-2326 Optional 1-727-841-9349 2u8.trrrulcanvEMtasd iwarrarny
Orted flblood 3 i sbk/whte $sh. Computer Monitor, Oil with us! Full board s ide-uts haextwarr, to 565 RV Storage Sa OOe 2003 Su er p to
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show quaty 813-677-9272; 677-1002 Table,eder Bird SaleRu n ow 813-649-1126 www. man extras. Must See Morris Bridge Road 4mi Os 773 1991 modtelr with 2000 RM TIR
GERMAN SHEPHERD Cleaner, Household suncitystables.com $69,00727-868-2258 N. of Cross Creek lvd. 8twin EFI Mercurs en- d
mo wks Snot PO re istered o Pnon90ia f 9.OleOtbroa3nd ne $500 Cr813-6-719962 S d t in 7$ :
S571d9299 Garae Yard A-Around Prospect obo. 86382-6210, sec kg w/24 hr access, a 81-4779 31 1979/2002 Chris Craft ani ze s & Transmissions**
GERMAN SHORT HAIR 4gg 9 showmg@ShowBarn 561-756-0788 brigt5nightlighting Excali ur. Rare! New $4,000orbestoffer-call
POINTERSAKCrevet SHHTZU1Msolidwhite Pony $ 00.267-0 34' 1984 Soutwind 21' Still looks was andrea. From e35 Twnlls 454SCTRSdrives, antime 899-4497 ordays
or 8350 l p setnsit BRANDONMOVNGSALE HERDof Black Angus ande. c r e 813968-4991; 505-2803 W 99 Johnson customt-tw/ avai 373946(813)376-3946-5.Mem BBB
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AKCEchampiBulldonbeautifullo ctiod-'jdetach(35baui2iashare hitch inc. $t99TaKes It $F,000 (8N3)875-n739 Motorg Chryslern 413
line, 1M, 1F, white skirtshinclu9 e trade & rent $15/hr, 34' 1988 Coachman 40K 293-0066. All (863)c 6Kl3 1 RGiSe TranS Crepr-
w/markine, rdy 9/16 ode $25/day Call now: miles, 454, auto, Onango cond.W$15,500. perfec 813-96 9se 2 rAY 1996ra d S stp ato grear-
Great Danes Harls, stams videos. Mus Angus bull. Call: Cosmetic weakS $39,900 RVs/Boats3tc. Security, | 584 Boats Sport 380 gen. air, low chrome, great cond.fits
Mantes, Merle, DO B SHIH TZU Gold w/black sell! &1-684-0266 3704 850-878-2571*510-4854 803-749-8500 $0/mo I hrs. racked, always big Chevy 5 & 6 lug t.
4, 1- PUPS AKC Copperre Tre425813-792-7703Circle. Reg.AHA3 Mares&sev--64-1126 www. twin ac, VGC, dry tires.R 813-986-3094 SUNFISHERwithtrail- $ 813-310
deosids (727)8&3-3157 $400 8/28 8am-3pm, Multi Champion Studs. Team outs, 2 AC units, W&D storage-Secure outside & fish finder, M90koto 4d 5s Goodyear, of- bodge
English Buldoawn 3 Males 9 wks, Macaws, misc hProve n breeder suncitystabng&leasur.comHal combo, many extras 2001 and covered storage. 271b trool 5 Ocean Kayak, Yamah tanemra Durango. Paid over
GREYHOUNDS-ITALIAN, re & uar, Pairs. Produc tion. PaliminoGildin986-3822 $18,500.813-649-0473 SouthBa triple rowlerikebran 8 new,-962-6517 45bae $3,000. Asking 1500
a er2eF SHI weather permittianexcel- 2 oldused2x 1g. Mini Horses M, sweet & 38.5 1999 Avion 5th 813-77-200 CAROL251-5837 $2,500 44-821
2we month l S 0t gentle, hand raised. 14 Wheel, walnut int., cor- 20hpToomanymap- rigg ner93trishingr'02, 299 TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
rts g Out! W months.2 older trained ble slideather sofa & 580 sto ist$2 custom seat, ple, latfrm Maric Tilt Aluminum tri- from AZ, Sguaranteed
50813-661305 $400.813-915-7471 813-661-4481842-4758 gooRides/drives. $1000/up chdualairs, Exc. cond, Pools&Spas $2700 bo 813-0-0271 ax Metrailer. Handles28ft work. Installation
43ENGLISHSIBERIAN HUSKY PUP 1 i prosp ect813-677-9272677-$100.2 $34,500.706-379-3908 http//me.earth boat. New brakes, 2 ava10.ab17,e & everything
ENGLISha SpRionGER racious pups Pawn.op483/2ExotictaKetradeins. 863-471-6608 38' 1990 Carrage $17,900.813404-7200 ,1000, sacrifice $500
HABANESEAKCre,ACA,mi- black&whitesh' c ts. AvI 813-659-1607 Brougham thHorses 402000ntr ount T linknegreglose ears old $3500. else. Call Rob for
livers & blacks $350 8/3004. $650$750. BEARDEDly ack, tres 34' Ceetwoodach Southwind Travel Trailer. ood Jet Ski w/trailer, lowat 13-649-9444/390-2342 prices:813-610-1535
w k(863)452-2086 863-519-219 vis/adultsd ALPACASPur bred make 1988 Class A Mtr home condition $12500t hours, 4500 obo SE, I/OCUddy.abin, NisS an7 1999 Maximar-
Sili Terriers, 18 wks, Bt kitus0 now: 813-649-1126 189,000 38-860-0669 00.813-657-3892 ced & detae d alers
GrmanShprearded Pupsa- a skrs nks Set-0 eagreatspet noVE 4aO2R 0 Ext cletan, no faing 600ir ot '35s P eal, 17-9O S9r-e ,ra ihu, N usta s 6ell.$ lk v0ar Art lR, emuall ueagi
(8) AKC reg. Father ior- P P W OrFale ups.813-431-3711 mbale eale ao b roe, ao aier Cb, D se l go Slide-In Camper-2, 727ama 9ed, c 789-sa4996 411275 all p arts must dovI
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0Hun ar ) & police rca- Park8Ave.Puu6iy tes SasC w rmOeO o elr 6al in 6 6r ewr iess $1580o 0 nwAC heat, full bath s1a' Ut2018 eliraf a210 ings R Boa 80t nclo r
3e.-4e31 lar3--87069813-6644881 Ties.od $4Or00R81b-986-4664 3e2-516-1502 hot water ha0r, refrigo 3cyl, voery fast, s MIN R 9 GLASR Ba xowP
nine 86352-6-85660 813-6i62-F 3 Eotiate& Salesu/2167-0s.619RVsWanted HOTTBarf r 83-21 0 9e $1500
lAB Pcip oned Pups) RATh TERRIER PUPS UKCI0 298AM-2PM. .3 ec1 used 7 theraO 20 twin sp M oercuryel oo n. t
ce(tsarentsonsite al ed/neut (2) 1 rh Paso Finos, Re stownered brand new, WINNBAG COLEMAN 1997 NiaPa 95. 18' Galaxy Bowri er, utboards with new 2003 Express 7x16 en-s
tcs, rai or .a, 8 rs.9272; 6-1002 Fri&Sat8-2 rem. Trail riding w sidee. recent re. cond. fishfinders,d 17' vhf new 36 at Tama aside Man- dr 2 axie, torsion p,
Btrma Srr a Bead psup s Ee r sT.oCear ,SELLING OUT FARM AN- E -ro, newtiresh&jack,2 Current design stor7 2-59, /00Hu5 A ua inp-1 48 6- Utility Stora8e Trailer
$5up (9AK, th41)809-6242 500-600. PLANTCITY2809WIL IMALSPetsonly, 5 obo813-909-4328 18'SEARAY BOWRIDER vestmenEma water tigh metal
second shots $300 813-85-521 evenings. LIAMRD,Fri&ngSat De h Forest. -- TravelTrirs 2000 IN/UTBOARDss $1,100. tr email@example.com floorsust servicedcan
813f 662-25 w4 8ol d AtKCt eSalot sofmi I0tems 813-9 86 986* -146 4 51 6 082Boxl987Jayco,poturpn D Th ERS FACH O t M T CONDe y aTRAIL 5 5 Boas. lips $12| 0 .813-3 a0e548
$E6w00 gWhaOhrd Pups Ra Terres 2a Swivel Rocker, Dresser, 'KWBiAtGneqioeo, r a ne yw n.n Manrerx/tourn as-e Nisesi
LONG! & d813-286-2451 Yorkshire Terrier Pu B lue, Bookshelf, Stereo, VCR F ree Horse if boarded ventureraaion avaiabe in Johns2 813-81-8895,PTTtraler, Storage.50AIIboats/Rs must sell $550bo.
on AKC TinEvRTo s.www TOOLS, and Misc Items 6Stall HorseBaro rent Bak LEhel areas. BiminiFF a Live well, Like welcome. Secure facili/ 813-404-3676A
LABPUPS(2)blakood3 blk/wht F$200/each. Computer Monitor il with us! Full board sided po-up)ts, ext 1996, tow 1-800-333-9276, extV501 rag e EADOO obo. 25f4 hr ac. Reasonabrtish
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LAB PUPS, AKC, 4 Choc., able stalls for rental Travel Trailer. Sle 6 Softub Portable hot tub $3250 obo.81390-4307 $40+ /moSecured locn ailer
Bals$,00.( f emlyen 35 t Lo a.r Cale for in: Fountain, Buffet, Cofree $15/hr, $25/day Call rga 17K m Mors O O S G e s.Mntdi gcond. $7900. erBan. C uddy caboin i
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$500 &up.72-868-1276 Babv Clothese Items Fresh Orchard Alfalfa 24 2001 Coach Man SPA,5-person lounger, read for the water, and covered storage. $65msx10 725,5xi2
GERMAN SHEPHERD 81367 2 6 Cleaner, HousehOld suncitystablesrcoi $69,000727-868-2258 N. of 2 ross Crae B0vd.5 9n moelp wtHP 0n0 RIMS AND TIRES
LAB PUPS, AKCshots ha. Good quality, 551b 241FK Pull behind nice, therapy lets, li, never ailer included SouthBaStorage.com me W/PINNERBra825, 6xnew2 2
wormeduvetcertifu l oc k BENGAL LEOPARD ncld JOHNNY JONES bales. $7.2$ per bale. ac, landed. $9850 used,fuwarra. 813-653-9210767-9293 813-677-2000 mesh975.ar EageLS tires
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GERMANSHEPTHAIRD....HousehodI I showing@Show Barn. 561-796-0788 brig3t9night' lighting&o813-477-396R
POINTERS AKC ran vat SHIHTZU1M,soLdSwhite, Mi Sales, Etc. -1K Pnyree267-01i6Exib uryr ew $4,000 orae w
anparents on site. kittens. 250 each. ADVERTISEINCLASS631 ADVERTISEIN ConteLASS631 was area. From tingClassifications wellwithinsight-AC, TSdrives, antime 899-4497 oranasnap
00 352-307-0035772 863-607-44on premises as BRANDONAMOVINGSAL E HERD YOURVANGO! AND SEE YOUR VAN GO! CLASSIFIED WORKS everyday! election that's just right! wi37 an ad in class 426!
C9Lvmsgoon-! 0 (814I Thru 9/6. Quality Furn, black/wite face cows Cat 3208, Elect trans, ski with trailer, $1100 trlr,$44K941-730-1847 RIMS&TIRES,22"Neeper
ret0electronics,.modelrcar' calving now. Also black Onan good mach: Fowler&l75 813-626-0813 38' SEARAY, 1997 Sun Monsta w/Pireli, all
Mantles, Marie, b SHIHTZUGoldW/black stap9s,9veos. MUS, Angus hull. Call: Cosmetic weak.8$39,900 RV's/Boatsetc.Security, 154 /Boat i00e ailowa Cr o real 5o &6 imts
GERMANSHORTeHAIRsSeEcwks old. AKC, $300 813- CopperTreeCircle. Reg.AoHA3Mares&sev- 36' HOLIDAY RAMBLER 1-98-41SU SEwtht ai-se red, ex o $2900 81-1-
OUNDSA IFamily, misc household pe gpleasure.Hal combo, man extras, and covered storage. 27lb tro-in$35oTwin. 45499SC, a drid$,0 ng 1500
ff134 months. Health all shnot, B O gentle, hand raised. 14 Wheel, walnut ot., cor-5 II Swimming 20hpmiariner93,trlr'02, 8K-2 47-TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
HAAN1-1-leetrsEA ,AC wksibcak8 whith-tsM Rides/drives.s la$1000/up chairs,k o thExc ond., Pools & Spas $2700 obo 813-620-0271 ax3etrailer.Handles28ft work. Installation
G eSIBERIAN HUSKY PUP, 10 sa vo Al:813-677-9272;k677-1002 $34,500.$706-379-3908 h'ttp:/./1ome.earth boat. New brakes, 2 available & everything
HOT TUB, 5 person, 18 MinK.net/ greglose years old. $3500. elase. Call Ro for
cr0 Achippe, AChamp. &wpaps, pfhotessionatll 2WANTED!! Horses, 40' 2000ntrigue Country therapeutic lets, 4 HP
lirn a carppet,, s wnm braders$30 0of8o1 ppLATrCiTY107 oniestack,.trailers,& o36H- uLindER um, cover include 16' Glstrm-fisH-boat 13694/9-2342dprices:0813
bInre,.8ed1quaR.Ker3Dwat 813-914-721 Bake SNT SaT 1 equip..opprcespad 5m mins, no $1995 Free deliver 25HPe'lecstartjoystick 'SEARAYWEEKENDER'62 I
d9eposits.o723 -312/8-6387 ar t, S Gononhome. Call cynd i aets/smoking, W&D. 813-24S-0307 str-salvtfrir. '01, 100 hrs. ust1627Go Utility
... .....T Silky Terriers, 18 WK s omedfurre&o e- now: 813-649-1126 $189,000 386-860-0669 $4t00. 813-657-3892 serviced& detai$ad, ITraiers
pies, AKC l 2 h fa1 premises, shots, H/C PLANT CITY 1906 N GOR- barrel horse2- ts4at h n-warine Diesel tor-f-b Swarrang, Loaded. '92 Yamaha 90hTp, can- showroom, condo. in dry a2002 small aeuip-
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wormed, heaaih carts. spay $s0. firm Also 5PM LOTS OF GOODlES uet. $5000. 352-567- Exc con,17K142,750. 941-5$4,500 obo Marina.813-810-S581 $1000I. 813-948-3205
malepurebredno pa ers g$ 56-10 Pa0Lv47m BEEF CALVES FOR SALE 888-Bates R Nearly 600 lots of jets, all diital 17F Sturrey Trihull,N2 C
orn'6/26. Shots. ST BERNARD p30o AKC I TVaccinated, 3-8Sinos old. Alphas-4lexit1,4Tampaw Cost$ acri- bd,1 6cyl, runs great 813-677-130 t irebrak,
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9 2aiF t h3-513 COACHMAN 1987 total re- 3le $survalue1, '01, mint, $2100.113-263-710
Lab PupsTies, adoraFble tures, avalale. PLANT CITY 2715 vfurbished motor & all HOT TUB, Nordic, holds 6 Call813-228-6728 Boat Partner Wanted: I or352-588-4239
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813-661-6966'1 625-5357 YORKIE Puppies, 3 males 28,D8 AM til ?. Furniture, Geeset& ChicKens $1250EATERS1--FACTO -VHOUR
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$600. WON TAST 813-404 3 oar, Thur, Fri&Sat&8/26, $1,400813-633-3980 erKits.1PhoneJquotes in- 18.5 owe997 Pontoon, Carrollwoed Outside with spare. Moving
LONG!.813-286-2451 Yorkshire Terrier Pups 27&28.8AMtiu?LOTSof salvation available in Johnson 35, PT, trailer Storage!-Allboats/RVs must sell!! $55Ob0.
LABPUPS(2)obiackmale, ,ccart trrirscam w/"acrepastur sided po1-upe1996, 1-800-333-9276 9 ext 501 new, $6950 obo. 24 hr acc. Reasonable
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LAB'PUPS, e4 able stalls for rental TrSvelTraile0Softub Portable hot tub, $3250obo.813-390-4307 $40+/ino.Securadloc'nN
iYelow, parents vary Bengal Kittens, Exotic PLANT CITY 5303 Lenir 863-557-2596,754-0695 O,exc.Fond.Extras, be- ready to use. Good d813-684-9171 20 Ul ty-Stoaxrailers
.Ready NOW. $350. LeopardSpotted-Roset- CourtSat8/288AMtil?, 1527HayP& Grain $0Ca m 4 s -p54ew 6070 19'2500 McKeeCraft-CC, South Bay RV & Boat 15" tires PT floors 4'
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LAB PUPS, AKC, shots, $500&up.727-868-1276 Baby Clothes & Items Fresh Orchard Alfalfa 24' 2001 Coach Man SPA,5-personw/.lounger, ready for the water, and covered storage. $650,5x10 $725, S x0i 2'
od t.hay. Good quality, 55b 241K Pull behind, nice, therapyets,light, never traOerincluded SouthBeyStorage.com mesh side $825. 6x12 2'
Or EP le a LOTSOF2MISCliTEMS bales. $7.2ear bale. ac andem. $985 used,hfunwarranty. 813-653-9210-767-9293 813-877-2000 mesh$975.
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*4 THE OURIER AUGUST 26, 2004
S 1 OTrucks Lightl
CHEVY 1991 S-10 129K
mi., 6 cyl., air,6 spd
$1850 in upgrades, have
CHEVY 1998 S10, clean in-
side & out, exc cond, 61K
mi fact AC am/fm/cd
CHEVY 2000 SILVERADO
1500 Ext Cab Truck, exc
cond w/ transferable
warranty, 59K miles,
CHEVY 2001 S-10 LS, Ext
cab, blue ext warranty,
50k mi, loaded, excel-
lent condition. $11,000
CHEVY 2002 Silverado
2500HD LT 4WD extra
cab. 45K mi. leather, all
DODGE 1995 Ram 1500
onn bed, new transm &
brakes, cold air, runs
great $3000 obo.
Dodge 1998 Ram 1500 SLT
Laramie Quad V8 chrm
whIs AT AC PS, PB tow
pkg, bedlnr Micheli'nti-
DODGE 1999 1500 Ext Cab
55K Mi, AC Door locks
Alarm, Bedliner & Top-
per, New Tires,
DODGE 2001 RAM
show truck. Patriot blue
& silver 38K mi $18,100
firm. Call 813-244-919
DODGE 2002 1500 72,000
mi Gray Pickup, Auto
4 D,8 y. 1190,ST
reg. Cab, Longed, en-
gine has 12,000 iles,
LD player cold AC,
dge 2004 Dakota, uad
Ca, Silv/Blk, V-6,T1ow
Pkg, Tool Box, Step Bars,
Pwr Windows, Seat,
Lock, Mirrors, etc. O.H.
Info Center, 2200 mi.,
$17 900. Days 875-8935;
FORD 1978 F150 175,000
mi, two tone Pickup, Au-
to. 4 WD 8 C. $8000,
Must See (910)988-8631
FORD 1994 F-150 XL alu-
minum cube truck, AC,
dual tanks, low miles,
runs reat $3000 obo.
FORD 1998 FISO, Ext. Cab,
Great Cond. $10,000.
Call Michael at:
FORD '999 K450;-- I,
o r ip 1r.- ww.r, ..n-o o.
ime uto, a/c, full ede
w/liner, heavy shocks
tow package. $520d
FORD 2000 F150 Super
Cab Lariat, Triton 5.4V8,
auto, fully loaded lthr,
exc cond, $13,488. FORD
'91 F250, 4x4, V8,.5spd,
new tires and wheels,
A/C, good cond $3,995
FORD 2000 RANGER XLT
bedliner, chrome wheels,
CD, new tires, mint
FORD 2002 XLT V8 Super
Cab, black, 2 tone al op-
34,000 miles, $19,250
GMC 2002 Sierra Ext cab
SLE 5.3 V8, 34k, fully
loaded, pewter, topper,
warranty. Below NADA
ISUZU 1994, 4 cyl. gray,
bedliner, AC 5 spd tint,
upgraded stereo, nice
wis. very reliable, 129K
Nissan 2000 Frontier, 27k
mi, exc cond, w, pb,ps,
crew cab cd, tonneau
cover, 13,600 obo
Toyota 1994 Extra cab,
tool box, bedliner, 4 cyl,
exc cond. Service
records, arage kept.
TOYOTA 1997 TACOMA
60,215 mL, Black, Pickup,
Xtra Cab, Topper, Uner,
Auto. 2 WDy VIN#:
$7,000 (OBO), Cold Air,
.Super Clean Must See
Toyota 2003 Tundra Ltd
V8, auto 23K, green, all
power trailer hitch 6
disc Cb chngr $22,5b0,
FORD 1995 F700 16' flat-
bed dump, automatic,
gas engine runs good,
FORD 1996 F250 TRUCK,
White, full size Crew
Cab, full size Bed, cold
A/C, clean. $5 300.
FORD 1999 F-250 Super-
cab Diesel XLT Long
Bed, bedliner, wht, all
ower excellent cond.
Ford 2000 F350 Supercab,
175K mi, new Michelin
tires, all leather, 1 own-
er, aluminum wheels
I 630 Trucks -
HURRICANE CLEAN UP
PACKAGE: Cat 304.5
demo hammer, demo
bucket w/thumb, digging
& amp; grading bucdes.
2004 Peerbilt 350 dump,
Cat eng.Allison trans.,
only 6000 miles, 2004
Landoll tilttrailer. $96,000
for package 352-235-0523
MITSUBISHI 1999 Fuso
14' Refrige Box Truck,
Diesel, 70K Mi,
GreatShape. ir $19,000
FORD 1999 F150 XLT Su-
percab 4x4, Black, V8,
Off Road Pkg, Stepside
bed TowingPkg, Load-
ed, $12K 813-741-1919
FORD 2004 F150 Lariat,
4x4, black/black, cent.
cons. bucket seats,
chrome whis & running
brds, deck lid, garaged.
kept showroom condo.
7,777 mi. 813-810-5581
CHEVY 1993 30 Box van
81k mi, white running
well, asking $N000 obo.
DODGE 1993 Full Size
Conversion, 80K, V6 ice
cold air TV/VCR, MINT!
Ford 1997 Aerostar Cargo
Van, V6, auto, cold A/C,
158K hwy mi, exc condo.
$2400 OBO 813-986-1709
FORD 1998 Windstar LX
CD Stereo, Roof Rack
Power windows, Cruise
Runs Great, Must Sell
$5,500 obo 813-994-9380
FORD 1998 WINDSTAR
86,000 m, Tan, Wagon,
Auto 2 WD $5 00
Mustho (352) f994699
FORD 1999 WINDSTAR LX
Full power, silver with
graycloth, rearair mint
condition, 54K. $7650
FORD 2000 Windstar Car-
go van, White, loaded,
alarm, 55K mi $6,750.
FORD 2001 E150o Sherrod
conv. hi-top van, V8 TV
VCR allpwrt, Ihr, '54K
AMM CD Dexc. cond.
$16,999 5 13-363-2879
FORD 2001 Windstar LX
dual AC, sliding D R's,
fully loaded, CD/cass.
extra clean, 59K mi.
Ford 2002 Econoline E150
Cargo van, 43K miles, 6
cyl, Exc cond! $12,900
FORD 2003 E250,
handicap equipped, exc
cond. Black. $36,500.
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,
HONDA 2000 ODYSSEY EX
Van, loaded, navigation
system, etc., dual power
s iding drs, great condo.
HONDA 2003 Odyssey EX-
L All Tan Leather, Sand
Mst, 22K Mi, Perfect
Plymouth 1992 Grand
VoyagerSE, engine 2yrs
oRl. rebuilt trans 4 mo.
Cd, cold ac $1000 obo
TOYOTA 1999 SIENNA
VAN, S door, XLE, Black,
52K mi. $12,900.
TOYOTA 1999 XLE Sienna,
white, loaded,. all op-
tions, well maintained,
high miles $8500 obo.
63 1 Sport UtilityI
ACURA 1996 SLX, 4 WD,
Black, leather, all pow-
er, sunroof, custom ste-
reo w/subs, $5,900 OBO
Sports Utility, with Sun
Roof premium stereo,
and AlloyWheels Auto.
2 WD, 6 CyI. $'13,906
CHEVY 2004 Tracker 4X4
4dr, loaded I owner,
DODGE 2000 DURANGO
4X4 loaded 51K mi.,
leather, 3rd'row, rear
A/C, front/rear tow,
Alpine CD, ext. warr.
DODGE 2003 Durango-
SLT, 3rd row, rear AC,
PW/PL, CD, roof rack.
Mint condition $17,799
FORD 1990 Bronco., E I
body, good motor
fair. Won't last! $2200
632 Sport Utility
FORD 1991 EXPLORER
1 owner, 4dr, V6, 4x4,
cold air, fully loaded,
low miles, runs great.
FORD 1992 BRONCO Eddie
Bauer Edition, blk 351
ed, lift kit CD chn gr.
$7,000 obo 813-854-4862
Ford 1996 Explorer, full
power options, exc cond
orig Ford documenta-
tion, garage kept must
see. $6800 813-994-4905
FORD 1998 EXPLORER
Auto V8, fully loaded,
female owned, 86K mi.,
FORD 1999 EXPEDITION
90k mi, EB Burg. w/Tan
Leather, AWD 5.4
$14,000 (813) 494-5642
Ford 1999 Explorer Sport,
blue, 2 door, loaded,
town package, sun-
roof 54K miles, $8500
dr, V auto, CD, all pwr,
Ithr, tinted, rear AC, CC,
tilt, hitch ABS $9 800.
FORD 2000 Explorer Limit-
ed, auto, V8, 2WD, Ithr,
tow pkg, looks & runs
like new, clean car fax
accident free, 74K mi.,
Ford 2001 Expedition,
XLT, all pwr, blk/tan int.,
24K mi., AM/FM/6x CD,
win. tint, kevess, run-
n b ,arm, gar.
kep, N/S, Exc. cond.,
Free tank of gas,
Ford 2001 Expedition XLT,
Triton eng., Ithr, prem.
sound pkgtrier pkg 29K
mi., Priced to sel at
FORD 2002 EXPEDITION
Eddie Bauer, 33,500 mi.,
enter. ctr, 4.6 eng., Red,
exc. cond. w/ warr
Ford 2003 Explorer 4 dr,
silver Ithr 3rd row seat,
aux air cd, tow pkg, au-
to, 2WU, 6 cyl 4.0L, 31k,
$25K Luxury, Flawless,
Must See! 813-951-4692
FORD 2004 EXPLORER XLT
only 5K mi
4x4, 4dr, loaded, 1 owner
$22,500 obo 81-833-32733
GMC 2001 Yukon SLT, 47K
mi., all leather, sunroof,
new tires, fully loaded,
JEEP 1989 CHEROKEE,
4x4, 164K Mi. 2 New
Tires, $1500. Call After
JEEP 1994 CHEROKEE
runs great, 3" lift, great
soun system $4200
Jeep 1996 Cherokee Sport
1 owner, 6 cyl auto,
green, spotless gre int.
86K mi, runs perfect
$4600 firm 727-687-9157
JEEP 1998 GRAND CHERO-
KEE LTD 4wd, moon rf,
75K, gray, loaded, CD
chgr. $8750. 813-393-
6651 or 813-991-5881
JEEP 1998 WRANGLER,
grn, 5 spd, 4 cyl, 76k mm,
verygood cond. $7500
JEEP 1999 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo 49K mi., full
loaded, excellent cond.
Jeep 2000.Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, 4:0, fully eq.
incl. dully powered
seats, mint. cond. 44K
mi $12,500 obo
JEEP 2001 Grnd Cher. Ltd.
CD, chrome wheels, tint-
ed windows, tow pk, sun
roof seat warmers,
JEEP 2002 LIBERTY LTD,N
util 4dr RV'ers dream,
auto, fully loaded V-6
3.7L, 4wd, 28,556 mi
white w/ grey lthr, Blue
ox towing syst. w/tow
bar wired-for breakbud-
JEEP 2002 LIBERTY 4X4,
Auto, all pwr, remote
locks, tape/CD, AC tint,
Brown, 33,900 mi.
KIA 2004 SORRENTO EX
6,900 mi Green Leath-
er, Sunr, Auto., AWD,
Tow pkg. 6 Cyl. All op-
tions, Like new. $22K,
Must Sell (813) 684-2813
LINCOLN 2001 Navagator
39K, warr, am/fm/cd,
new tires, tan w/ tan
interior, show room cond.
MITSUBISHI 2002 Monte-
ro XLS, super clean laid
off must sell fast.
$18,000 obo. Call
SE, 4x4, auto, pwr win-
dow/Iocks alarm, cd
new tires/brakes, 93K
NISSAN 2003 Murano SL
Almost new, auto, AC
silver, 15k ml, loaded.
sunrf CD. $25 5006
Suburban 1999 CK 1500
4x4, loaded, 100k, rear
air, 3rd row seats, super
clean! $12k See at 803
TOYota 1991 LAND
CRUISER 4 WD $5,000
Custom Upgrades- Very
SClean! (813) 996-1608
TOYOTA 1995 4-RUN-
NER, V-6, 4X4 auto SRS,
new tires, 220k Ri, 1
owner -t3900 obo
TOYOTA 20004 runner SR
5, loaded, Ithr, wood
trim, towing pkg, lug-
gage rack, exc. cond.
TOYOTA 2002 4Runner
SR5, V6, 2WD, Grey,
Towing Pkg, Roof Rac,
ABS, 38K pwr-w, dl,
Cruisec., Clean Exc
TOYOTA 2002 Highlander
excellent cond, fullLTD.
pkg. 39K miles $23,900
6331 Mopeds I
Scooter Brand New 2004
49 cc 4-Stroke, 45+
mph, lbec Start color
choices! Only $825
Going Fast! 407-617-0330
Harmar auto lift. Like
new, $1,850 for both or
best offer. 813-877-3249
HARLEY 1991 FLT, Black
full dresser incl. radio.
Exc cond, very clean.
New tires $9000.
HARLEY 1993 Softail Cus-
tom 32K Mi, New Tires,
Extras, Will e-mail pics,
IN 813-781-1361 V
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
whis. A SHOW STOPPER!
HARLEY 1998 95TH AN-
NIVERSARY ULTRA ev-
erything you could put
on it is on it! Corbin seat
6-disc CD player Stage 3
kit, matching helmet
etc. Must see! $15,906
obo. 813-964,9005 -
HARLEY 1998 HERITAGE
S ringer, 1600 orig. mi,
like new, black, discon-
tinued model. $16,500.
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2000
883 Sportster 5000 miles
mag wheels extra
chrome easy dutch nice
pes ver strong en-
HARLEY 2000 Sportster
883, Black, 1500 Mi, Lots
of Extras, Extended
Harley Davidson 2001 Dy-
na Glide Sport, blacked
out, 2500 miles, Trunder
Harley Davidson 2001
Dino Low Rider, 2900 mi,
$7K in extras, custom
paint ext. warranty,
HARLEY 2001 Springer
Softail, 3K mi. extra
chrome VH pipes,
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2003
FAT BOY Gun Metal,
3600 mi. yr warranty.
HARLEY 2003 Sportster
XL883C, ext warr. stage I
w/scream eagle pipes
sa Tbags, many xtras,
$9500 obo 813-935-2924
HARLEY 2003 V-Rod 1850
ml, 100th Anniv, Sundow-
ner seat, backrst, lugga-
ge rck, windshld, $1500 in
extras, 17900. Ds (813)
875-8935; Ev. 231-8508
Harley Davidson 2004
Sportster 883, only 3K
miles Factory .warr.,
$8,300 or assume loan.
1-783-3053 after 5pm
HONDA 1987 ELITE .150
Scooter 13K miles, 55
Mph maximum starts &
runs great. $055. PH:
HONDA 1998 CBR 600 F3
Rare Sandstorm Ed, 11k
mi, D&D exh exc cond
HONDA 2001 SABRE 1100
5K mi. Custom paint
windshield, lots of
chrome & many extras.
HONDA VTX 2002 1800
Retro, apprx 10k mi.
Bags, windshield &
many extras. $7900.
HONDA 2002 ST1100
Adult owned, garage
kept, 20k mi, allsched-
uled maint. $8000 obo
Stril- Up ie Ban-'
Check out Classiiedl's
1635 I Motorcycles I
SUZUKI 1999 DR350, dirt
orstreet legal exccond,
SUZUKI 2003 GSXR 750
yellow & black, gar kept,
400 mi, like new $74
obo never wrecked, 1
WANTEDSport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pa
cash. Top $$. Will pic
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
YAMAHA 2002 Road Star
1600 Cobra pipes Extra
Chrome, 4700 Mi, Ga-
rage Kept, Adult Owned,
$8, 00 obo 813-263-3600
Yamaha 2003 V Star 650
Classic Exc. shape, 4200
ml., blk w/chrome, +
$1200 in access. incl.
$5100 obo. 813-494-7749
GOLF CARS: 2001 E-Z Go
$1700 2002 E-ZGo$2000,
2001 Club Car $1800,
2004 New E-Z Go $4600,
YAMAHA 2004 GAS 4 pas-
senger, full top, 2 for-
ward facing seats, 1yr
2002 400EX adult driven,
20 hrs, Yellow.
HONDA 2001 RUBICON
500 Honda Rubicon 4WD
w/Warn Winch. Excel-
lent Shape 4000.00 080B
Contact Jeff After 6 PM
HONDA 2001 TRX -90 Ex-
$1750.00 OBO Contact
Jeff after 6 PM (813)
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1964 Apache Pop-Up, 2nd
owner raged, exc
shape! ugria manual.
Remember muse ooo
old days-a rare find.
CADILLAC 1972 El Dorado
Convertible, 54K mi.,
Runs well must sell. Re-
duced to $4500 obo.
CHEVY 1955 Belaire, 2
door, hardtop red, auto-
matic V8 $1 '00
CORVETTE 1993 40th
Anniv. Less Than 3K Mi.
Exc Cond. Garage Kept,
Hard & Ra Top, $28.5K,
FORD 1988 Mustang GT
Convertable, 5L, AC au-
tomatic new top & tires,
73k miles mint cond,
PONTIAC 1972 FIREBIRD
350 engine, 1 owner,
lOOKS and runs great,
automatic 4500. Call:
"V 8 r53
Studabacher 1951,2 door
Starlite coupe, original
interior & body, less
drive train, ready for ei-
ther hot rod or antique.
$2,500 r 813-309-0146
I 6A8 Station
TOYOTA 1993 CAMRY
WAGON, 3 seats, auto,
fully loaded w/sunroof
good cond! $3,306
649 For Sale
ACURA 1991 Integra LS
BLK 2DR. 5SPD, sunroof,
runs good, a/c, AEM in-
take new clutch. $2100
8 1 3- 88 -8 3 2 9 . .
ACURA 1993 LEGEND
Black, 145K mi., A/C, CD,
leather interior, good
condition. $3 500 OBO
Check out our Pet Classi-
fications to find the fur-
ry or feathered friend
649 For Sale
ACURA 1995 Legend Well-
kept,full power, cold air,
highway miles, alloy
wheels, leather, $4500
Motivated to sell.
ACURA 2001 MDX, Dc's
car. Beige, Loded, Auto,
5 door local21,500 miles,
ACURA 2002 RSX, silver,
5 spd, sunrf, all pwr,
23,500 mi. exc. cond.
ACURA 2002 RSX Type S
Met. pnt dk grey, OEM
up rades, s pr, fog
lights, 48k $16900 obo
AUDI 2000 A4 1.8 Turbo,
Teal, sunroof, loaded
leather, 61K miles, sport
wheels. $15,500. Perfect
BMW 1993 525i Black w/
tan interior, sunroof,
excellent condition, over
100kmi cold7A/C. $3000
BMW 19943181S, 1 owner,
all service records, low
miles, great gas mile-
age, perfect condition,
$ ,50obo 813-727-4767
BMW 1994 318i Cony. 72k
ml, Auto all pwr AC,
cruise, dk grn. amh/fm
cass, garaged. $7200
BMW 1995 3251, blue, 99K
5 spd. cold AC, all pwr
cruise, Ithr. sunrf,
alarm,CD, runs perfect
BMW 1997 5281, 90K
miles. Burgundy color,
fully loaded premium
ackage. $16,500 080.
BMW 20015251, 49,600 mi
auto, AC lthr let. sunrf,
alloy whls. all pwr,icc.,
tilts wh, bright titanium,
BMW 2003 525i Sterling
grey, only Ilk mi, 50k
fact warr, prem pkgint.
phone, exc cond$37,900
BMW 2003 5301, Sport/
Prem. pkg, phone new
tires, grey w/blk Ithr int
30k mi. $37,0006
813-752-6736 Lv Mssg
BUICK 1990 Park Avenue,
V6, champa ne color
exc condo, cold AC, 193k
mi. CWD area. eving.
BUICK 1994 LESABRE
106K, new computer
tires, battery, $2, 80
Cadillac 1997 SLS
Sedan red, 61,300 miles
1 8960. Owner at
CADILLAC 1998 SEVILLE
35,000 mi, Blue, Sedan,
Auto. 2 WD, 8 Cyl.
$12 995,Must See (81-3)
CHEVY 1968 CAMARO.
Total restoration. Crager
whls, 327/300 HP w/350
auto, P/S, P/B. $16K.
CHEVY 1985 Monte Carlo
SS, new exhaust sys-
tem, new headliner, car-
pet, $3,000obo. 323-7987
eves or 813-659-2831
CHEVY 1985 Monte Carlo
SS, new exhaust sys-
tem, new headliner, car-
pet, $3,000obo. 323-7987
eves or 813-659-2831
CHEVY 1987 CAPRICE
WagonAC, many new
arts. all for details.
91900 obo. 813-334-4185
CHEVY 1996 BERETTA 2
dr exccond 4cyL spd,
A/C, pwrdar lock, 6D, de-
Chevy 1998 Cavalier, 2
door, AC auto white cd
player, hew tires, 64K
mi, clean. $2950
Chevy 1998 Cavalier, 4
door, auto AC,Cass/
one owner, 36k mi,green,
CHEVY 2000 MALIBU 97K
mi., Brown, CD A/6 all
power, clean in'& out.
Chevy 2003 Malibu, 7K
mi., auto, 4dr, all power,
cruise control, AC, CD,
Chrysler 1991 LeBaron
convertible, V-6 anti-
lock brakes, airbag, 1
owner 60K mil $100
CHRYSLER 1993 CON-
CORDE, good trans por-
tation wth air, $1,000 or
best offer. Please call:
CHRYSLER 1993 NEW
YORKER Like new
white, loaded 50k
Chrysler2000 Sedan LHS,;
luxious&sporty 4dr, sil-w
ver, leather int, fully au*
to, ex. condition $850
CHRYSLER 2002 PT -
Cruiser Touring, spd,
full power, CD, come
wheels, excellent Cond,
649 For Sale
CHRYSLER 2002 PT
CruiserTouring, 5 spd,
full power, CD, chrome
wheels, excellent cond,
CHRYSLER 2003 PT Cruis-
er, Touring Ed, 13,800
miles, auto crnbry, all
power, alarm, fact warr,
13,500 obo. Call Barry
CORVETTE 1991 Many
new parts, low miles,
glass top. 10K
CORVETTE 1992 Coupe,
LTI, 2 owners, gar',
unique paint job 109k
runs/Itks great! $10,90
CORVETTE 1998, black,
smokeTtop tan interior
2nd owner allsvc records
auto, a/c, warr. Exc.
cond. $22k. 813.639.0221
CORVETTE 2000 Coupe
SRed/black. Loaded, z
44k, Below ADA
CORVETTE 2001 31,000
mi, White, Convertible,
Auto., sport seats, per-
formance axle, crome
wheels, hud, cd chan-
der, no paint work new
tires. $32,500 (813)
CORVETTE 2002 Conv't.
15K mi, electron blue,
tan to p & int. chrome
whls, HUD, sports seats
w/mem. mint cond. $3K
below book, $37,500.
CORVETTE 2003 Yellow,
7200 mi., Bik intr,,6 spd,
.u.d.r, boiler exhaust,
chrome rims, ext. warr.
$37K OBO. 813-298-8088
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DAEWOO 2000 LEGANZA,
51K, clean, Iowner,
sunroof, 6-CD changer,
leather $5900. Call auter
DEAWOO 2002 NUBRIA,
Like new, only 1200 ori-
inal mi all access., alI
pwr, keyeIss $6800
DODGE 2000 STRATUS SE,
auto 4dr mint condi-
tion, like new, 31K origi-
nal mi 1 onwer only
$5600 (127) 541-65'66
DODGE 2003 STRATUS
SXT, 20K mi., 5 speed,
A/C, CD, sunroof, alloy,
FORD 1996 Mustang V8,
Metallic Green, Ithr, al-
1lys, 111k mi, vg cond,
offers at $4,95 OBO.
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
FORD 1997 THUNDERBIRD
47K mi, Alpine green,
Coupe, Auto.,I Cyl.
6100, Low Miles (813)
Ford 1998 Contour SE,
4dr. V6 all power, CC,
AC, am/fm cassette, exc
cond, 59K mi $3890bo.
FORD 1998 MUSTANG
red, 5spd, allpower, 621K
miles, excellent condi-
tion $6,000 or best offer.
FORD 2000 Taurus LX
light blue, 53k miles, A
all power, CD, $5500,
FORD 2000 TAURUS LX
Blue, 73K mi., A/C, all
power, hwy miles, alloy
wheels. $5800. A must
FORD 2001 FOCUS, Auto,
4 door, AC, 1 owner,
43K original miles, $5750.
FORD 2002 FOCUS ZTS,
CD all pwr,37k mi runs
& (oOks like new 8450
Ford 2003 Mustang Conyv
Pony edition, like new,
17lyca player, s oiler,
mi. $16,5 00o.
FORD 2003 TAURUS SES,
Auto all power keyless
CD, alloys, 25W, perfect
cond, fact warr $10,500
HODNA 2000 CIVIC EX,
white w/grey int,40k mi,
A/C cruise pwr wind
sn r4, exc cond $13,506
HONDA1989Accord, 4 dr,
tinted windows, am/fm
cassette viper alarm,
Car! $1699/obo 833-8089
HONDA 1992 CIVIC Great
shape, White, Sedan 4
Speed 4 CI. $2,200/obo
Must See (813) 495-7125
'IONDA 1994 ACCORD, 5
sd, 2 dr, AC, good con-
dition, well maintained,
HONDA 1995 Civic DX, one
owner, 5 speed, tinted
windows, runs great,
152K miles $2500OBO.
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HONDA 1999 ACCORD
HONDA 1999 ACCORD EX
2 door, auto, Silver
Black leather, sun roof
loaded, new tires 80K
HONDA 2003 S2000 Silver-
stone metallic, 11k mi,
superb cond complete
spoiler pkgLo aCk sec
$3 0r0 8 1--3455
HYUNDAI 1993 EXCEL, 2
dr, auto, AM/FM/cass,
tint, 45K mi. $1450 obo.
HYUNDAI 2003 ACCENT
GL, 15k mi, auto A/C
CD pwr ever thin
$9E00 OBO 813-2 1-65 1
INFINITI 1999 G20T BIk,
auto, sunroof, leather
seats Bose stereo & CD,
reat as mileage.
JAGUAR 1992 VANDEN
PLAS, Burg/Ivory int,
low mi. New brakes &
tires exc cond $5650
JAGUAR 1998 XJ8L Fabu-
lous pristine, British
green, wd grainint. exec
JAGUAR 2004 XType, 3.0,
12k mi, black, automat-
ic sunroof, exc cond.
5dk mi warr, owner mov-
ing, must sell. $28,500.
Turn to Classified to:
KIA 2000 SEPHIA,4dr, 48K
miles A/C, C6 player,
new fires and brakes;
runs great, 3,500. Call
Lexus 1993 SC300,93K mi,
heated Ithr seats per-
fect condo. inside I out
Loaded w/all pwr opts.
LEXUS 1995 ES300 Navy
Blue W/Tan int Lthr
ABS, sunroof, 6 CD)
Castt fully loaded, all
LEXUS 1999 ES300, White
w/ Tan int Ithr sunroof,
6 CD/Castt fulty loaded.
LEXUS 2000 ES 300 19,000
mi, slvr w/grey Ithr int,
garage kept, Lexus
s vc full pwr,
MUST SEE $20, 0d
LEXUS2001 iS300, loaded
29K mi, well maint, fac
warr. Looks & runs like
new w/spoiler. $22,500
LINCOLN 1986 Towncar,
82k miles Alpine sys-
tem, fully loaded clean,
runs great $4,200.
Lincoln 1997 Towncar,
LINCOLN 2000 Town Car
Cartier Estate Sale,
Private Party. Low miles,
no smoking, garage
MAZDA 1991 Red, 2dr,
132k ml cold A/C, 5spd
$1500 runs great
MAZDA 1993 929 V6, 3.0L,
Power win, locks, seats
& moonroof cruise, Ma-
ho any Exc Cond.
MAZDA 1995 626LX, 5 spd,
4 cyl, looks/runs ood 1
owner, well main, 161K
mi., recent tires. t2,000
MAZDA 2001 MILLENNIA
54,000 ml, Tan, Sedan,
Auto., 6 Cyl. power
moon roof, leather, very
clean, new tires $12,500
MAZDA 2002 PROTEGE,
Loaded, 16K miles,
sunroof, spoiler, 4 door,
MERCEDES 1981240D, AT,
AC, AM/FM, beige, tan
Ithr. Reliable diesel clas-
sic. Exc cond 2nd owner
MERCEDES 1992 500SL
convertible w/. two tops,
42K mi. like new,
Mercedes 1995 E320 Cab-
riolet Convt. Less than
3000 produced, garage
kept, showroom condi-
tion green metallic/tan
leather interior, 38k
MERCEDES 1995 E420
V8, sunroof, new tires &
radiator, just serviced
NADA $11900.1st $8506
takes it. 813-453-2107
MERCEDES 1999 E430
Sport Black/black, 84k
mi,exc cond, orig owner,
Dealer serviced only.
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MERCEDES BENZ 2001
S600 Bik/blk 14K mi
sort pkg, all opts +
18 comee whis, l0K mi
ext warranty. Exc. cond.
Not a scratch. Asking
Mercedes 2003 CLK 500
loaded, perfect, 11K.
Inherited must sell!
MERCURY 1991 Grand
Marquis, exc. cond.
almost new tires, cold
AC, $1100 obo.
MERCURY 1999 GS, 34k
mi, 4dr tinted wind re-
mote start, AM/CMCD,
all pwr, Igt blue metallic
$8500 obo 813-871-2521
NISSAN 1994 Sentra. Cold
AC, 4dr auto runs,
needs work. $800obo.
NISSAN 1995 ALTIMA
champagne, mint cond.
leather, sunroof, runs
NISSAN 1997 MAXIMA
GXE, Champagne 94K
mi, M/FM/CD, alloys.
Looks & runs great!
NISSAN 2000 ALTIMA
GXE 1 owner, auto, only
43k mi, pwr W&L, Key-
less, alarm, CD, ga-
rag1ed Sup/clean $8100
PONTIAC 1996 Grand Prix,
4dr, 74k miles, auto
cold a/c, pwr W/D,
PONTIAC 2004 GRAND
PRIX GT2, BIk, chrm
whis sunroof much
more. 2K mi. Warranty.
PONTIAC BONNEVILLE SE
2004, Won Car $8 000
Off Retail,100 miSilver,
V6, 81,995 (727)
SATURN 2000 LS1 4dr
silver, 27k mi, mint cond,
auto, PW, PDL, CD Key-
SATURN 2001 L300 Full
gray cloth, 42K, like
SUZUKI 1996 Esteem 113K
Mi, As Is Good Air &
Heat, Auns Good:
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