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EPTEMBER 2, 2004 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


EDUCATION SPOTLIGHT


The city proposes an
increase in existing
fees to help pay for
growth.
PAGE 5


FAIR


Residents v
strong oppo
the county'
proposed si
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County Fair.


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They meet for just one hour
each week. But the mentors
and their students say it
means so much more.


By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
For Misty Bratton, college probably seems
light years away.
The Bryan Elementary fifth-grader is the
voice big girl on campus this year. She sings in the
o to chorus, struts with confidence down the halls
sitionto in her black leather boots and chats up a
s second storm with her friends.
tefor And so much more imminent than college
ough is Tomlin, where next year Misty will enter the
sixth grade and the unknown world of middle
PWE& 4 school.


.................. All along the
way, her mentor,
AS- 'Jodi Smith, will be
Af,S- there for their
77weekly, one-hour
meetings that
usually begin with
this question from
Smith: "So talk to
me about what's
going on with
you.
year romance If Misty keeps
with a Dollar. her end of the
PAG bargain good
.Tgrades, no beha-
Mentor Tony Lopez, vior problems and
left, shares high school shows up for the
wrestling in common u or ie
It with his "mentee;' meetings with
with hoisi ments Smith, she has
SLionell Simmons. four years worth
It CALENDAR of college paid for
PA through her participation in the Take Stock in
Children mentoring program.
Misty said it would be no problem.
CLASSIFIED "I like seeing her every week," said Bratton
PAGE 1 from behind a face full of freckles, her hazel
................... eyes shining behind her light brown bangs.
CROSSWORD The pair is one of more than two dozen in
PAGE 10 the Plant City area set up through the Take
P. Stock program. Guidance counselors identify
promising students whose family financial
FAMILY LIVING situations would make it difficult or
FAG 8 impossible to pay for college.'
................... If the family agrees to participate, they are


OPINION
PAGE 6


See MENTOR, Page 12


Jodi Smith, left, visits Misty Bratton every week. Smith is one of more than two dozen mentors
in the Plant City area who commit one hour each week to visit students at their schools. "I
look forward to helping her succeed in life and find the right path," Smith said.


SPORTS
PACE 18

WORSHIP
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The Tampa Tribune'~
Plant Ciry section
Saturday
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and cows get sick.
their owners turn to
the few vetennar-
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large animals.


ELECTION 2004



Storms Takes County Commission Primary


SOUNDLY BEATS 2
COMPETITORS


By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
East County Republicans voted
overwhelmingly to send Ronda
Storms to November's general
election.
At press time, Storms was run-
ning away with the race for the
county commission's District 4
seat. Not enough precincts
results were in to call the Repub-
lican race for District 62 seat of


the Florida House of Representa-
tives, but it appeared that former
Plant City -city Commissioner
Rich Glorioso was pulling away.
Storms, the incumbent, had
6,727 votes, or a whopping 62
percent with about a third of the
precincts reporting. Tagliarini
had 2,297 votes, or 21 percent,
and Cadle had 1,798, or 16.6 per-
cent.
Storms will face independent
Jean Batronie of Brandon.
Glorioso led with 2,546 votes,
or 45.48 percent of the 5,598
votes cast. Josh Burgin, who
works in the family produce


business, had 1,930 votes, or 34.5
percent, and Arlene Waldron, a
Brandon banker, had 1,122 votes,
or 20 percent.
Glorioso would face Democrat
Ashley Smith, a former educator
from Valrico, and James Clifford,
,a Brandon Libertarian, in the
Nov. 2 general election.
In another race of note, Plant
City Republican Johnnie Byrd
was running third in a crowded
field of nine candidates running
for Florida's U.S. Senate seat.
Byrd had earned 21.2 percent,
behind Bill and Mel Martinez's
31.2 percent and McCollum with


32.2 percent
Both Cadle and Tagliarini had
claimed during their campaigns
that they could watch out for the
needs of District 4 without resort-
ing to Storms' confrontational
style. But Storms made no apolo-
gies and enough voters appa-
rently believed she didn't need to
make any.
The race for the House District
62 seat grew ugly in recent weeks,
particularly between Glorioso
and Waldron, with shots being
fired back and forth in newspaper
ads and direct mailers that each
of the campaigns called lies.


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

September 4, 9am- 1pm
October 4, 6-1 Opm
Community Conference Room
Cost: $25 (includes book and card)
Pre-payment required

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


FirstCare for
Minor Emergencies


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

Open 1 Oam-9pm, 7 days a week
301 N. Alexander Street
Plant City, FL 33563
(813) 707-8779


Free Blood Pressure Checks
Tuesday, 1-2pm 4'u. a o
Hospital Main Lobby
No appointment necessary
Cost: Free


Sibling ... Preparing
for the New Baby
A class for children age four and
older who would like to learn how
to help mom and dad with a new
brother and sister. Maximum 8
children. (Arrangements can be
made for younger children.)
Must register to attend.

September 28, 6-7pm
Two South Classroom
Cost: FREE


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

Friday only
Community Health Resource Center
Hospital Main Lobby

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

September 21, 7-9pm
2 South Classroom
No appointment necessary
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Wachula

FOOD, WATER AND
FRIENDSHIP SENT
TO "SISTER CITY"
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
A strong tie is developing
between Plant City and a
neighboring city to the
southeast that might well
create a lasting bond.
"Wachula is a sister city to
Plant City," said Jesse Carr.
"The difficulties being faced
by that city and its residents
are something we can help
them face head on."
Carr, the supervisor of the
city's building department, is
one of many people in and
around the Plant City area
who are reaching out to help
those who suffered in
Wachula, and other areas,
from the effects of Hurricane
Charley.
During the days immedi-
ately following the Aug. 13
storm, Carr began to consider
what he might do to help
Wachula's residents.
"Food and water are the
obvious needs," Carr said. "I
figured they were without
electricity. And there isn't
much we could do about that.
They would have no way to
preserve perishables. I just put
first things first. I got word out
to some friends and we started
collecting canned goods,
water, ice and other things we
thought they might need."
"Jesse has the knack of
gathering resources," said
Kathy Burke, the city public
works director. "He could
have been a supply sergeant in
the U.S. Army."
After spending most of Sat-
urday, Sunday and Monday
acquiring goods for the
Wachula residents, Carr went
to City Manager David Sollen-
berger and told him of his
activities.
"Dave said that we should
do what is possible to help
those folk," Carr said. "We
have a city to run, and there is
a limit to our involvement.
But, within reason, there is a
lot that we can do for our
neighbors in Wachula.
"The first thing that strikes
me is that those people are
tired, discouraged and in need
of our help. They have been
working nonstop to put their
lives back together since the
storm hit. They also have jobs
to report to. Their responsibil-
ities could soon become over-
whelming," Carr said. "They
need help."
On Aug. 14, Carr and friends
brought the much-needed
supplies and met some of the
victims.
"I'm a big, burly dude," Carr
said. "But those folks down
there put tears in my eyes."
See RELIEF, Page 17





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CALENDAR

FRIDAY
Teen Night
The Plant City Recrea-
tion 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 their friends.
Admission is $5 at the
door and includes pizza
and soda while it lasts.
The events are on a
Friday evening earl, each
month. Another is slated
for Oct. 1.
Information: lact Jen-
kins. 757-9166, or e-mail
ljenkins@ plantcitygo-
v.com.

SATURDAY
Indoor rummage sale
GFWC Woman s Club of
Plant Cii. plans an indoor
rummage sale Sept. 4 from
8 a.m. to noon at the club-
house, 1110 N. Wheeler St.
The inventory includes
dresses, children's clothes
and household items. Pro-
ceeds support schol-
arships.
To donate items, call
Irmgard, 754-8031.

Kid's Night Out
The Plant City Recrea-
tion and Parks Depart-
ment will host a Kid's
Night Out Sept. 4 at the
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 and
soda.
The events are on a Sat-
urday evening early each
month. The next is sched-
uled for Oct. 2.
Information: laci jen-
klas, 757-9166, or e-mail
jjenkins@ 'planticitygo -
v.com.

See CALENDAR, Page 17


DAVE BUYENS/Photo

Another try at 'Chicago'
Tyler Holmes as Amos, left, Kelli Santos as Velma, and dancer Kayla Hoag rehearse a number to prepare for Jackie's Children's
Theatre's production of "Excerpts From Chicago." The show, originally scheduled for last month but postponed due to
Hurricane Charley, is slated for Sept. 10 at 8 p.m. and Sept. 11 at 2 and 8 p.m. at the 1914 Community Center, 605 N. Collins St.
Tickets are $5 in advance and $10 at the door. Call: 752-1683.




Disaster Response Teams Make A Difference


AGENCIES WORK IN
COORDINATED EFFORT
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Most people who are vic-
tims of a disaster similar to
that caused by Hurricane
Charley don't care where the
water, ice, generators, or blan-
kets come from. They just
know that they are in
desperate need.
The Courier's contact last
week with people working for
the Federal Emergency Man-
agement Agency at the Lake-
land Linder Airport helps to
identify who the federal
employees are. They are the
people who collect and dis-


tribute those needed goods,
and services, and will respond
again and again, wherever and
whenever the disaster strikes.
But when the storm has
come and gone, when the
immediate disaster is over,.
and when the relief effort is
winding down, and local
agencies have all the resources
they need to get back on their
feet, the federally-employed
men and women who came to
the rescue, just like the cavalry
of old, and just as quickly, dis-
appear into the sunset.
"Who are those guys?"
Many of the people on the
local level who are directly
involved in the registration
and relief effort don't really
know how or from whom
many of the relief items have


come from. It almost seems
that just overnight a ware-
house at the Farmers' Market
in Wachula, or a warehouse in
Arcadia, is suddenly filled with
water; blankets, sleeping bags,
tents and tarps, and no one
seems to know, or at that
moment cares, where the des-
perately needed materials
came from.
"I don't know what goods
and services we have received
from FEMA," said Matt Hollo-
man, the public information
officer working the relief effort
in Desoto County. "I know
that FEMA has an ongoing
effort to provide temporary
housing, and they are still
active in the need asses-
sment."
FEMA seems to operate in


the background. But at the
height of the FEMA mobiliza-
tion to collect, coordinate and
distribute relief items through-
out Florida to those most in
need, tons of material passed
through the Lakeland Linder
Airport for distribution by
FEMA officials.
As of Aug. 25, with most of
the material accounted for,
FEMA employees and agency
contractors moved 323 trailers
of ice, 532 trailers of water,
497,048 meals ready to eat,
4,731 cots, 265 generators,
over 3,600 cases of bug spray,
25 fork lifts (to load and unload
goods), 5,378 blankets, 622
sleeping bags, 208 tents and
4,525 tarps.

See TEAMS, Page 16


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Little Miss Plant City Kadie Cox,
center, with crown, her first
maid Chelsea Bowden, and court
members Riley Andreu and Jayne
Berry present Plant City Outback
Steakhouse manager Andy
Burkardt, far right, and the
Outback staff members with a
plaque to thank the restaurant
for donating food and use of the
dining room for the Junior
Woman's Club Everyone's A
Winner luncheon held Aug. 11.
The money raised from the
luncheon, more than $1,500, goes
to the club's annual Shoe Project,
which donates new shoes to
needy children at each local
elementary school. "We're
always looking for ways to give
back to the community," Bur-
kardt said. Not shown is court
member Taelor Highland.


Photo courtesy Kathy Moore


Around


At left, Tampa Family YMCA board member Julius Dupont,
left, presents Betty Chambers, surrounded by her family,
with the YMCA's Strong Leader Award at a special dinner
held in Chamber's honor on Aug. 23 at the Ramada Inn.
Chambers helped bring the Y to Plant City in the 80s and
has been heavily involved ever since. The event raised
$24,000, all of which goes to the Plant City Y. Above,
Theresa Egbert, from left, and Virginia Johnston, charter
members of the Berry Patch Quilt Guild, present some of
several handmade quilts recently to Sister Jackie Kings-
bury and Sister Claire Leboeuf of Everyday Blessings, an
orphanage in Thonotosassa. Also shown is charter
member Dixie Youmans. The guild, now in its sixth year,
also donated bears, quilts and pillows to The Spring in
Plant City, South Florida Baptist Hospital, Lighthouse
Ministries of Lakeland and Valencia Hills Rehabilitation
Center, also in Lakeland.


Residents Oppose Second County Fair Proposal


COUNTY LOOKING

FOR OTHER SITES
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Matthew Farmer could
barley be heard across the
expanse of the large cafeteria.
But the young 4-H member,
clutching a large trophy he
won for one of his prize anim-
als, made a quiet plea to the
skeptical, would-be neighbors
of the Hillsborough County
Fair last week by describing
the dangerous conditions at
the fair's current home, Ray-
mond James Stadium in
Tampa.
"I really think we need a
new location because we don't
want our lambs escaping and
running out in the road," he
said.
Farmer was one of several
4-H members and supporters
who stood in front of the 50 or
so people gathered at Walden
Lake Elementary School Aug.
26 to discuss the county's pro-
posal to lease to the fair a 60-
acre site at the corner of State
Road 60 and Sydney Washer


TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
4-H members Bridget Carr, left, Brittany Carr and Brandi
Wagner explain why the Hillsborough County Fair needs a new


home.
Road in Dover.
They espoused the values
children glean from, raising
and showing their animals
and the good, clean fun it pro-
vides. They said a shortage of
spaces in shows at the Florida
Strawberry Festival and Flor-
ida State Fair leaves some chil-
dren out in the cold.
But the many opponents to
the plan who showed up to the
meeting said that all misses
the point. They overwhelm-
ingly support agriculture and
the fair, they said, but said


they are convinced the pro-
posed property is simply not
the place for the fair and the
traffic and noise and other
undesirable effects it could
bring.
"We do not want it here,"
said Lorraine Swindal, her
voice trembling with emotion.
"We will do our best to fight
it."
Their strong opposition at
the meeting, which was taped
and played to county officials
last week, might have been
enough. The county's parks


and recreation department
has directed staff to look for
other sites and at the same
time try to address residents'
questions about the 60-acre
site so that mediation might
be possible to make it feasible,
said Stan Motley, a spokesman
for the department.
Motley said the department
is looking over the county's
70,000 acres of property to
find a place that is convenient
for both the fair and its visi-
tors.
"We want to put it some-
where where it can be
successful," Motley said. "We
can't put it in Timbuktu and
expect people to come to it."

Fair official asks
for acceptance
A vocal group of neighbors,
equestrians, fisherman and
other outdoor lovers fought
more than two years ago to
convince the county to make a
nature area out of an 800-acre
site just across Sydney Washer
from the proposed site. Earlier
this year, the county proposed
leasing to the fair roughly 120
acres on the southern end of


that property and that same
group protested.
Many of them showed up
last week to voice the same
concerns about the new site.
Bringing the fair, they said,
would mean traffic that State
Road 60 and Sydney Washer
couldn't handle; trash, light
and noise pollution that
neighbors don't want; and the
potential for trespassing and
other crimes.
Residents also had ques-
tions about what the fair
would be allowed do to on the
property during the rest of the
year, and how many taxpayer
dollars would be used to help
it.
Their tempers flared even
more when county officials at
the meeting were unable to
answer their questions about
the potential traffic and envi-
ronmental impacts and other
concerns, yet had already rec-
ommended the site as a possi-
ble spot for the fair.
"How can you recommend
a site when you don't know
anything," asked Paul Corsetti,
who lives not far from the
See FAIR, Page 16


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City Proposes Increased Fees


EXPECTED GROWTH
CALLS FOR ADDITIONAL
REVENUE
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Goods and services don't
come cheap. So take a good
look at your most recent utility
bill from the city, because it's
not going to get any cheaper
than that.
Fees for stormwater will
increase along with those for a
laundry list of other services,
mostly related to new
construction, pending action
from the city manager, or
approval from the city com-
mission. The city is also con-
sidering the creation of several
new construction-related
fees.
The stormwater fee hike is
already approved. Each home-
owner will pay an additional
$2 starting in October, and a
total of $4 for each residence
per month, starting in October
2005. From that point on,
there will be an additional
increase of three percent each
year.
Revenue from that fee,
which totaled $345,000 during
the last fiscal year, should
quadruple by the end of 2005.
The money is used to treat
rainwater runoff at the city
water treatment facility. The
fees will also help, in a small
way, to pay for an approved
$30 million improvement at
the city water treatment plant.
Construction will begin later
this year.
"If we are going to maintain
the same level of service to city
residents without raising
property taxes, then we need
to increase these fees," said
City Manager David Sollen-
berger. "We have to pay for it
somehow."
) The other fees mentioned
for an increase are mainly for
new construction. These per-
mitting fees will include
already existing fees that are
proposed to increase and new
fees that have never been
charged before in the city.
"All of these fees are
designed to help pay for spe-
cific services provided by the
city," Sollenberger said. "In
order to pay for these
expanded services, without
raising property taxes, we have
to adjust our rates and fees.
Still, we want to stay near or
below the schedule used by
neighboring municipalities
and governments. We don't
want to price ourselves out of
the market."
City Attorney Ken Buchman
is looking into the legal issues
surrounding approval of these
new and increased fees. If
approval is not needed on
each item from the city com-
mission, the city manager will
be allowed to make the
changes and present them to
the commission for their
input.
Comparing the permit costs
for a three bedroom, 3,000-
square-foot home, valued at
$175,000 the fee comparisons
are as follows:
The current cost of a build-
ing permit for a house this size
in the city is $532. The pro-
posed fee is $586. In Lakeland,
the current fee is $665. In
Tampa, $639. In Hillsborough


County, $543, and in Polk
County, $671.
Permitting fees for electrical
and plumbing will be raised
under the proposal.
Additional fee increases
include an increase of about 7
percent to building permits
for construction costs totaling
up to $50,000. Brackets have
been created for new and
existing fees, depending on
the final cost of construction.
For example, a $1 million
property built under the old
fee schedule would be charged
$2,107, compared to $2,811
under the proposed rates.
With the city expecting a
residential construction boom
during the next decade, these
new building permit fees will
help finance the need for new
inspectors hired by the city,
and the additional man-hours


Construction fee comparison

The following is a comparison of construction fees for a three bedroom, 3,000-square-foot home
valued at $175,000.


Building Permit Plumbing


Plant City (current)
Plant City (proposed)
Lakeland
Tampa


$532
$583
$665
$639


Hillsborough County $543
Polk County $671


needed to process the per-
mits.
Red tag inspections, where
the builder is found to be
below code performance, will
cost the builder a $35 re-
inspection fee, up from $20 on
the old schedule. A second red
tag for the same offense will
now cost $70 compared to a


$95
$166.50
S140
$55


$25 fee in the existing sched-
ule. A third similar offense will
cost $140 if the new fees are
approved, compared to the
present $25 fee.
Tent permits, which were
required but free under the
present schedule, are pro-
posed at five cents for each
square-foot covered, with a


Electrical Mechanical


S40
$100
s90
$75
$105
$54.30


$43
$63
$60
$50
$70
$61.50


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minimum of $30 paid.
Other increases proposed
by the city include plumbing
permits, where the initial issue
goes up from $10 to $30. Sewer
and septic tank inspections
are doubled under the pro-
posedrates to $20. Commercial

See FEES, Page 16


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All it finally hap-
pened, the woman
leaning out of the
drive-through window asked,
"Are you a senior?" Even my
dog laughed, and he's 131. I
may never eat at McDonald's
again.
The timing could have been
better. My youngest turned 20
the previous day, and I am still
dealing with the reality of
entering this "beyond teenag-
ers" phase of life.
What I want to know is why
do these people feel com-
pelled to ask? If I ever do sur-
vive long enough to experience
seniorhood, you can bet I'm
going to be taking advantage
of every discount available.
Maybe it is some kind of
sport for bored fast-food
workers. "Let's see if we can
freak out the guy with the gray
hair."
Only 10 years ago, deep into
my 30s, I arrived home full of
myself because I had been
"carded" at the convenience
store. That same day, a friend
who shares my birth year took
her small children out for
Happy Meals.
"I hadn't been feeling well
all week," she said. "But when
the woman behind the
counter asked if I would be
using my senior discount, it
took everything I had to avoid
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Columnist


pulling her over the counter."
I am alive, OK? I am still
ambulatory. My pulse is about
60 and my blood pressure
safely below average. At my
last check-up, the doctor said
she thought I looked great ...
"For a man your age."
"I'm only 48," I said.
"Well then never mind," she
said, "I must have thought you
were someone else."
So I found myself trying to
understand how 10 simple
years could move me from
looking younger than 21
(being carded) to older than
55 (the senior discount). How
could I possibly age 34 years
in just one decade?
Then I remembered the
children. From 1995, when my
son turned 13, to this week,
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Call: 757-9215.
Children's programs
Baby Time Thursdays
Sept. 16, 23 and 30 at 10 a.m.
for babies birth to 14 months
and their caregivers. Share
board books, rhymes, songs,
games and quality time
during the 20-minute session.
Toddler Time Tuesdays
Sept. 14, 21 and 28 at 9:30 a.m.
for children 15 months to 2 1/
2 years and their caregivers.
Books, finger-plays, nursery
rhymes and songs make up
the 20-minute program.
Story Time Tuesdays
Sept. 14, 21 and 28 at 10:30
a.m. for children 2 1/2-5 years
old who can sit by themselves


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Has anyone noticed the
new signage in place at the
main entrance to Walden
Lake?
Not only has the designer
created a beautiful entrance
sign, but also has tastefully
added the signage for the
doctor's office on the
northwest corner of Tim-
berlane and Alexander Street.
I had to write to The
Courier to draw attention to
this entrance sign, and give
kudos to the Walden Lake
Community Association and


the doctors, who approved
the sign.
What a beautiful job you
have created to the entrance
to Walden Lake.
As a resident in Walden
Lake, I am proud to be able to
guide my guests through this
entrance.
Ray Stephens
Plant City


Remember

the heroes
On this date, Sept. 2, 1945,
the war in the Pacific ended
with a brief ceremony on the


American battleship Missouri.
Japan surrendered uncondi-
tionally to General McArthur,
who represented the United
States of America and its
allies.
Let us not forget the great
loss of life and sacrifices made
by so many during World War
II.
After the ceremony and the
big leather documents were
gathered, a GI member of the
sound unit recorded a few
historic remarks of his own.
"Brother," he said, "I hope
those are my discharge
papers."
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Plant City


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FAMILY


LIVING


BETTY'S PLACE


WEDDINGS


Wyolene and Richard Hall's long distance relationship turned into 60 years of marriage that they
say have flown by.


Love ForA Dollar


Daughter Patricia says when
he and his bride left the
judge's house, the car got
stuck in the sand.
And the energetic 1960s
Plant City Mother of the Year
can boast she got her man
through the mail. Wyolene
had invited Richard to her
16th birthday party, but he
wouldn't go. Yet he was


It was a priceless romance,
signed, sealed and delivered
on Sept. 10, 1944.
"As long as I keep Wyolene,
I'll have a Dollar," Richard
Hall told his father-in-law 60
years ago when he married
pretty Miss Dollar at a judge's
house in Clearwater.
The Navy veteran and
retired mail carrier will always
have his Dollar, but he can't
say he didn't get stuck.


COMMUNITY ROUNDUP

'Chicago'
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 Charley.
Tickets are $5 in advance and $10 at the door.
Call: 752-1683.

Children's sports development program
The Plant City Recreation and Parks Depart-
ment is now registering for its new Start Smart
sports development program.
Start Smart is a six-week program that helps
children between the ages of 3 and 5 to develop
the basic motor skills needed to participate in
organized sports along with the confidence to
perform those skills in a competitive setting. Par-
ents work with their child in a supervised setting.
The program will be held Mondays from 6 to
7 p.m. Oct. 4 through Nov. 8 at the Plant City
tennis courts on Dort Street.
Registration ends Sept. 22 and is on a first-
come, first-served basis. Cost is $25 per parent/
child team. Call: Deborah Haldane, 757-9166.

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

Blood drives
BloodNet USA will sponsor the following
blood drives:
C.F. Industries, North County Road 39,
Sept. 7 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Linder Industrial Machinery, 1601 S. Front-
age Road, Sept. 9 from 1 to 3 p.m.


Columnist


See BRIGGS, Page 14


Autumn Assisted Living, 1307 E. Baker St.,
Sept. 9 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Southern Hospitality, 1709 Jim Redman
Parkway, Sept. 11 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Call: (800) 683-8355.
Florida Blood Services also runs its Neigh-
borhood Donor Center, 1902 James Redman
Parkway, Monday and Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 7
p.m.; Wednesday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5
p.m.; and Saturday, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Call: 752-7638.

Art Guild Art Shows
East Hillsborough Art Guild will be display-
ing art through September at the following
locations:
Bruton Memorial Library Lurline Tanner.
Florida Blood Services in Plant City Jean
Cellino.
Greater Plant City Chamber of Commerce
- Jamie Hamblin.
Park Side Cafe Joyce Jordan.
Orange Blossom Tea Room Jossie de Q.
Azorin.
Paso Fino Association Jamie Hamblin.
The Plant City Courier/Tampa Tribune -
Colleen Shepherd, Dr. Kafka.
For information about the artists or exhibits,
call exhibition chairperson Jossie de Q. Azorin,
754-2366.

Good Neighbor Award
Nominations for the Lonnie Lee Napier
Good Neighbor Award for the fall quarter will
be accepted through Sept. 10.
The annual award comes with a $2,000 prize
to be awarded to the neighborhood association
in which the recipient belongs, receiving recog-
nition. Nomination forms are available from
the Hillsborough County Web site at www.hi-
llsboroughcounty.org, or by calling 272-5860.


Thompson-Morton
J.P. Morton and Erin J.
Thompson were married June
27 at 6 p.m. at The Baughman
Center, Gainesville.
The bride is the daughter of
David and Deborah Thomp-
son., and the groom is the son
of Jack and Linda Morton.
The double-ring ceremony
was conducted by the Rev.
Ron Penrod.
The bride was given away
by her father, David.
Matrons of honor were
Deborah Thompson, mother
of the bride, and Melissa
Thompson, cousin of the
bride.
Bridesmaids were Sheena
Donovan, friend of the bride,
and Laura Edwards and Tif-
fany Coalson, cousins of the
bride.
The groom was attended by
best man Ryan Morris, friend
of the groom; and groomsmen
Dustin Thompson, brother of
the bride; Jeff Best, friend of
the groom; and Jerry Thomp-
son, brother of the bride.
Ring bearer was Eric
Thompson, brother of the
bride.
Flower girl was Samantha
Thompson, cousin of the
bride.
The reception immediately
followed the ceremony at The
Thomas Center, Gainesville.
The bride is a 1998 graduate


ENGAGEMENTS

Bradshaw-Harrison
The families of Andrew Paul
Harrison of Nashville, Tenn.,
and Laura Marie Bradshaw of
Dover announce their engage-
ment.
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of Durant High School and
is attending Free Will Baptist
Bible College in Nashville.
The prospective groom is a
graduate of Lipscomb High
School in Nashville and is
attending Free Will Baptist
Bible College in Nashville.
A Sept. 4 wedding is planned
at Sand Key Beach.


Aaron Peterson and Tasha
Richardson


Erin and J.P. Morton

of Plant City High School and
received a bachelor's degree
in public relations and a mas-
ter's degree in mass commu-
nications from the University
of Florida.
She is a public education
coordinator for LifeQuest and
Organ Recovery Services.
The groom is a graduate of
Plant City High School.
After a wedding trip to the
Bahamas the couple is at
home in Gainesville.


Andrew Harrison and Laura
Bradshaw

Richardson-Peterson
Ronnie and Bonnie Salyer
of Plant City announce the
engagement of their son,
Aaron Duane Peterson, to
Tasha Marie Richardson. She
is the daughter of Linda Rich-
ardson of Lakeland and the
late Joseph Richardson.
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of Plant City High School
and is currently studying
business management at the
University of South Florida.
The prospective groom is a
graduate of Plant City High
School.
A May 21, 2005, wedding is
planned at Fair Oaks in Plant
City.


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MILESTONES

Williams 90th birthday
Alice Ercoli Williams was
honored at a surprise recep-
tion on Aug. 8 at the First
United Methodist Church
Wesley Centre, in honor of her
90th birthday. Her children
and grandchildren hosted the
surprise events.
Williams' three children,
nine grandchildren and 13
great-grandchildren were all
in attendance.
About 200 guests attended
the reception. Senior Pastor
Alan Beaver delivered a birth-
day blessing, and special
music was provided by her
granddaughter, Whitney
Hammond, and daughter-in-
law Joyce Williams on the harp
and piano. Her granddaugh-
ter, Dyanna Hinson, made a
three-tier birthday cake with
fresh hydrangeas cascading
from the top.


A video presentation of
Williams' life was arranged
and presented by Richard
Hinson, her granddaughter's
husband.
On Saturday evening, a sur-
prise Italian lasagna dinner
was held at fellowship hall
with all her family in atten-
dance.
A musical tribute titled "G-
R-A-N-N-Y" was composed by
her daughter-in-law, Joyce
Williams, and was presented
by grandchildren and great-
grandchildren. .


Each family member partic-
ipated in the photographic
family tree presentation.
In attendance were her
daughter and husband, John
and Betty Crowe of German-
town, Tenn.; her son and
daughter-in-law, Leslie and
Joyce Williams of Tallahassee;
and daughter and husband,
Barbara and William Miller of
Plant City.
Out-of-town guests
included Ryan Crowe of New
York City; John and Shannon
Crowe Jr. and family of Talla-
hassee; Leslie and Michelle
Williams Jr. and family of Sen-
eca, S.C.; Scott and Joy Share-
rrer of Sugar Land, Texas;
Whitney Hammond and son
of Provo, Utah; and Joel
Williams of Boston.
Williams is a longtime resi-
dent of the Knights commu-
nity, a Hillsborough County
Schools retiree, and is an
active member of the First
United Methodist Church of
Plant City.


CLUB NOTES


Christian Women's Club
The_ Plant City Christian
Women's Club plans its "A
Christmas to Remember in
September" luncheon Sept. 7
at 11:30 a.m. at Walden Lake
Golf and Country Club. The
cost is $11.
For reservations and com-
plimentary nursery, call
Dorinda, 764-8385, or Dinah,
717-9127, or e-mail dori-
card@msn.com. Reservations
and cancellations are neces-
sary.

Quilt guild
The Berry Patch Quilt Guild
will celebrate the group's sixth
birthday at its regular monthly
meeting Sept. 9 at 7:15 p.m. at
the Planteen Recreation
Center, 301 Dort St.
Members are asked to bring
one of the first quilts they ever
made for show and tell.


Prospective members always
welcome. Call: Michaele
Daramus, 707-5720.

Republican women
The Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
will meet Sept. 9 in the private
dining room at the Ramada
Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler St.
Dinner is at 6:30 p.m. Guest
speaker Sheryl Young begins
at 7.

Woman's Club
The GFWC Woman's Club
of Plant City will hold its first
meeting of the year Sept. 14 at
the clubhouse, 1110 N.
Wheeler St.
Social time is at 10:30 a.m.,
meeting at 11 followed by
lunch. Reservations are
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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Dover: S. Dover Rd & Downing St,
659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
Allen Chapel: 1109 E. Laura St.
752-7389
Mount Olire: 1113 W. Madison St
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Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd.
Lithia, 685-q240
Bethany: 9804 Harney Rd.
Thonotosassa. 986-57"1
Calvary Fellowship:
1110 N. Gordon SI, 752-5005
Dover First: SR 574 & Pettlie Rd,
689-0343
Faith Temple: 1-4 at
Hillsborough-Polk County)
Line, 752-0532
Faith Lighthouse:
3409 SR 39 N. 752-1885
First Plant City:
Charlie Griffin Rd,
W of SR 39 S, 752-3351
Fort Alafla: Corner of South
Huy. 39 & Swilley Rd, 737-4656
Keysville: SR 640, 737-4803
Mount Zion:
1-4 at Thonotosassa Rd, 752-1614
Pleasant Grove:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-3529
Victory Worship Center:
County Line Rd, 754-6089
Sydney: Sydney Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of Sydney-Dorer Rd, 659-0532
Turkey Creek:
Turkey Creek Rd, 754-5372
BAPTIST
Ahara: Turkey Creek Rd,
N. of SR 60, 737-3"39
Alafta Baptist:
222 Alafia Church Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd, 73"-3240
Berea: SR39S., 737-1232
Bethany: Cork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel: 804 W. Renfro St,
754-2239
Beulab: Allen & County Line Rd,
Lithia, 737-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd,
752-28'5
Burchwood Temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 574, 752-3782,
Calvary Free Will:
3539 Trapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grove: E. Keysrille Rd,
737-1234
Central of Lithia:
Pinecrest & Keysville Rd
Church on the Rock: .
301 E. Alsobrook, "52-3740
Community Christian:
1310 N. Shannon Are. "54-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S. Pinecrest.
"37-1211
-Dover Eastside: Countryside
Baptist Church, 2820
Gallagher. 5"1-8200
Dover First: N. Gallagher Rd,
659-0203
Eastside: 1318 E. Calhoun St,
754-2681
East Thonotosassa: Mclntosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd, 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 W. Washington St. 754-6661
First Baptist Church of
Midway: Midway Rd, 752-7209


First Baptist Lithia:
Intersection of SR 39 &
Lithia-Pinecrest Rd, 737-1121
First Plant City:
503 N. Palmer, 752-4104
First Thonotosassa Missionary:
Mclntosh Rd, 986-4756
Harmony Baptist Church:
6008 W. Knights Griffn Rd,
986-7165
Hopewell: SR 39 S, 737-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Hiuy,
752-49"2
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
752-2006
Lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd,
754-5278
Mount Moriah Freewill:
Warren &Johnson St, 754-4397
Mount Moriab Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd. "37-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W. Ball St,
754-3834
New Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., 752-3985
Northside:
1700 N. Franklin Si, 752-2779
Oakwood: Airport Rd, 752-5499
Plant City Primitive:
509 N. Evers St, 754-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-2556
Shilob: W. Terrace Dr, 754-7445
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road,
754-4879
St. Luke Missionary:
108 S. Warnell St, "54-4992
St. Mary's Freewill:
Hunter & Warren St, 754-6853
St. Mary Missionary:
1804 S.R. 60E., 737-3668
St. Mary's Primitive Baptist
Church: 907 E. Laura St,
754-1616
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd. 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church:
5447 S. Turkey Creek Rd,
737-1224
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd, "52- 7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Westside: 2503 W. Granfield Are,
752-1450
Whitehurst Rd:
901 N. Whitehurst Rd, 754-5405
CATHOLIC
St. Clement 1104 N.Alexander St,
752-8251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder Rd,
752-2771
Cork: Cork Road, 752-1521
Laura St: 1310 E. Laura St,
752-2858
Springhead: Wiggins Rd,
754-1485
CHRISTIAN
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,
752-5385
CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian:
McIlntosh Rd, V of SR 574
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calvary Community:
5209 Smith-Ryals Rd
Dover: Downing St, 659-2900
Plant City: 2103 Mudlake Rd.


752-4591
Turkey Creek: Turkey Creek Rd
at SR 60, 737-1331
Thonotosassa:
1702 N. TaylorRd, 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson, Indiana)
Kingsway First: 2808 Kinsway
N., Seffner, 657-7500
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
713 Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: ,. Gordon and Baker St,
752-6438
Gospel Tabernacle:
Allen & Haines St
EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
752-5061
HOLINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 W. Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
728 W. Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd. "54-3843
Restoration Assembly:
106 S. Evers St.
Evangelists forJesus
Tabernacle:
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Growth Center:
1310 N. Shannon, 719-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 E. Tomlin St. 754-1133
Deeper Life Fellowship:
Covilla Rd. W of SR 39 N.
Revival Outreach Center:
225 N. Dover Rd, 681-2250
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:
3202 N. Maryland Ave, 752-
3345
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church offesus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, 752-6364
LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd,
752-4622
Lord of Life ELC4:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064
NAZARENE
Wagoner Memorial:
2402 Mud Lake Rd, 752-7863
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Calvary Chapel of Plant City:
2102 N. Park Rd, 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
W. McLin Are.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffner Elementary
School, 657-7914
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. 764-0929
Greater Lore Christian Center:
1109 A. Franklin St, 759-8270
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E. Hillsborough Ave,
754-2674
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St, 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worship
Center: U.S. 92 E
ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Ukrainian
Orthodox Church: 3820 Moores
Lake Rd, Dover, 659-0123


PENTECOSTAL
Christian Life Assembly:
3120 S. Miller Rd., 657-4802
Living Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. Evers St, 759-0528
Newu Hope Worship Center:
803 W. Mahoney St, 757-6123
Neu, Life Temple Pentecostal
Church of God:
3301 Clemons Rd, '54-7088
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dover: Moore's Lake &
Holiness Church Rd. 659-1301
Church of the Liring God:
1102 Tyler St, 754-5840
PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant City:
110" Charlie Griffin Rd, 759-9383
First Presbyterian Plant Citv:
404 W. Reynolds Si, 752-4211
SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk with God Ministry:
15140 SR 574, Dover, 659-0930
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant City: 2203 Strawberry Dr,
752-4694
SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W.Johnson Rd.
754-5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd..
Valrico, 685-0998
UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W. Sam Allen Rd,
754-3233
Dover First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415
First Plant City: 303 N. Evers St,
754-3519
Grace: 1801 E. Cherry St,
659-3718
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr,
754-2441
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman
Rd, '52-5751
St. Luke: 809 E. Laura St,
'57-6051
Thonotosassa: Fort King HUwy
at Mistletoe Dr, 986-7135
Trinity Plant City: 402 W.
English St, 752-9316


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

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

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

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


First United
Methodist
Church of
Plant City
303 N. Evers Street
Downtown Plant City
(aaors m m City Hall paying loti
754-3519
NEW HOURS
8 00 am Chapel Communion
Service
9-00 am Contemporary Worship
In The Wesley Center
10 00 am Sunday School
(Children Adult)
11:00 am Traditional Worship In
The Sanctuary

SYouth Fellowship
Sunday & Wednesday
ermso
Dr Alan L Beaver
Senior Pastor


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Hope Lutheran Dedicates New Ministries Center


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Staff Report
The congregation of Hope
Lutheran Church gathered
recently to celebrate an old
building with a new life and a
new purpose.
The church celebrated on
Aug. 22 the completion of its
new Lutheran Ministries
Center. A former classroom
building, the building on the
church campus at 2001 N.
Park Road now houses the
offices of the parish adminis-
trator, pastor, and director of
Christian education youth, as
well as the music ministry,
parish nurse, finance depart-
ment and Points of Knowledge
Tutoring Center.
"The real blessing for our
community is that all of our
ministries are centered under


one roof where we can more
effectively minister to our
members and our commu-
nity," said Hope's pastor, the
Rev. Dean Pfeffer.
The renovation work was
done by Hope members who
named themselves "The Over
the Hill Construction Crew."
The men, all retired, also
enlarged the church narthex.
The Rev. Dr. Gerhard C.
Michael, Junior President of
the Florida/Georgia District of
the Lutheran Church Missouri
Synod, was on hand to preach
the dedication message.
"Hope has been blessed
with many wonderful and
gifted people and we thank
God that they employ their
God given gifts, talents and
abilities to beautify his house
to provide a more effective
ministry" Pfeffer said.


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Photo courtesy Hope Lutheran Church
The Rev. Dean Pfeffer, left, along with members of the Hope Lutheran Church's "Over the Hill
Construction Crew," Hal Anklam, Richard Ohden and Wally Clissold, and the Rev. Dr. Gerhard C.
Michael Junior. president of the Florida/Georgia District of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod,
were among those on hand to celebrate the dedication of Hope's new Lutheran Ministries Center.


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"I just get the satisfaction in knowing that my time commitment each week is building a
good friendship for me and Betsy, but also knowing that I'm a small piece in helping her
go to that next level toward her college career." KELLEIGH KLEIN mentor


TONY MARRERO/Slaffpholo
Betsy Mercer, left, and her mentor Kelleigh Klein catch up during their first meeting this school year. "I can talk to Kelleigh about anything," said
Mercer, a junior at Plant City High School.


MENTOR
Continued From Page 1
assigned a mentor who meets with the
child on school grounds for one hour
each week. If the student maintains at
least a C average, stays out of trouble
and graduates from high school, they.
are guaranteed scholarship money for
college, usually for two years of com-
munity college and two years at a state
university. Students also can attend
vocational schools.
After meeting with Smith for more
than a year, Misty, who lives with her
grandmother and whose parents are
unable to care for her, seems to have
the routine down. The pair set goals for
themselves and then talk about their
progress.
Her reply to one of Smith's favorite
questions, "In order to get good grades,
what are we going to have to do?" is
automatic.
"Study," she says with a smile.

Plant City's strong showing
Headquartered in Jacksonville, Take
Stock exists in each Florida county
where it is managed through local edu-
cational, social service, and commu-
nity and youth organizations. It offers
each county $4,000 per child, which
the county matches. The money is kept
in the Florida Pre-Paid program until
the student graduates from high
school.
Hillsborough County's program
began in 1995 and is administered
through the Hillsborough County
Education Foundation. With roughly
500 students, it is now one of the larg-
est in the state, said Jim Martin, a
regional director for counties in West


Central Florida.
"Hillsborough has been very, very
aggressive and proactive in raising dol-
lars," Martin said. "It's probably one of
the best of the state in raising money
for scholarships."
But the county does have what
Martin calls a "mentor gap" too few
mentors for students, or "mentees"
who are already in the program.
"For some reason it's easier to get
people to give you the money to buy a
scholarship than it is to give them their
time," said Martin, who recently
watched his mentee graduate from
high school and head on to his first
year at college.
Not in Plant City, however. Almost
all the students in this area schools
have mentors, said Mary Helen Keene,
spokeswoman for the Education Foun-
dation. There is a need for mentors at
Durant High School and at schools in
other parts of the county.
This time of year is a time of
transition for the program, though,
and Keene said things could change as
schools finalize their attendance and
the foundation makes sure that "men-
tees," have a mentor.
A big part of Take Stock's success
relies on its partnerships with busi-
nesses, on which it relies for donations
and as a source of mentors. In Plant
City, the Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce agreed to partner with
Take Stock to help promote it to cham-
ber members and to the community as
a whole.
"By saying they're on board sup-
porting it, they're also encouraging
businesses to be involved," said Kel-
leigh Klein, who acts as a liaison bet-
ween the Take Stock and the chamber.
"(The chamber) is basically a voice to


get that message out."
And as a mentor, so is Klein.

'Talk about anything'
Klein met last week with her mentee,
a 16-year-old junior at Plant City High
School named Betsy Mercer, for the
first time this year. The pair met for the
first time when Mercer was an eighth-
grader.
Mercer began with Take Stock when
a teacher told her mother, Fonda,
about the program.
"It's been a great financial blessing
as a single parent to ease my mind, just
to know at that young age that her col-
lege tuition is paid for," said Fonda
Mercer, who is disabled. "And anyth-
ing else she can get over and above
that would be wonderful."
Betsy said she gets a lot more than
piece of mind about college money.
"I can talk to Kelleigh about anyth-
ing," said Betsy, a member of the
National Honor Society.
"Anything" ranges from school to
boyfriends to what they did over the
weekend. This year, they're talking a
lot about colleges and "planning for
the future and what the next step will
be," Klein said.
Mentors say they benefit just as
much as the students.
"I just get the satisfaction in know-
ing that my time commitment each
week is building a good friendship for
me and Betsy, but also knowing that
I'm a small piece in helping her go to
that next level toward her college
career," Klein said.
Students in the program are diverse,
but would-be mentors shouldn't worry
about not having much in common
with their student, said Smith, Misty's
mentor, who also mentors a Plant City


High student named Kayla. There is
always something to talk about.
"I wondered if I could really help
her, but I really think, and her teacher
has told me this a million times, that
just being there and being reliable is a
big help for her," said Smith, a legisla-
tive assistant in State Rep. Johnnie
Byrd's office.
That is what the program truly
requires, officials and mentors said:
commitment. Once mentors go
through the background check and are
assigned a student, it's up to them to
meet that one-hour promise each
week.
That's what Tony Lopez promised
and what he plans to deliver to his
mentee, a Plant City High senior
named Lionell Simmons. The two met
for the first time last year and hit it off
immediately when they started talking
about wrestling Simmons is on Plant
City's squad and Lopez, who works at
Farm Credit, wrestled during his high
school days in Winter Haven.
They also share another trait. They
both grew up in a single-family house-
hold, living with their mothers. It's one
of the things that made Lopez want to
mentor.
"It was rough," Lopez recalled. "I
want to let him to know that anything
he wants to do can be accomplished.
Simmons said he looks forward to
sharing his news this year, from his
progress toward making the state
wrestling championships to how
things are going with his girlfriend.
"It feels good. I get to have someone
check up on me all the time," he said.
To find about more about Take
Stock in-Children, call the Hillsborough
County Education Foundation at 231-
1933.


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DEATHS


Booth
Sybil J. Booth, 89, of Plant
City died Aug. 21.
She was born in Sladesville,
N.C., and came here from Gai-
nesville in 1991.
She was an X-ray technician
and attended Trinity United
Methodist Church of Plant
City.
She is survived by her
husband, Robert M.; and two
nephews and two nieces.
Haught Funeral Home.

Connell
Patricia G. Connell, 42, of
Plant City, died Aug. 27.
She was born in Plant City
and was a lifelong resident.
She was an office manager
for the state attorney's office
and a member of First Baptist
Church of Plant City.
She is survived by a
daughter, Jessica Brower of
Plant City; her father, Robert
"Buck" Connell of Plant City; a
brother, Jody Connell of Ocala;
and a sister, Pam Warnock.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Mumbauer
Betty Rose Mumbauer, 86,
of Sylva, N.C., died Aug. 20.
A descendant of Florida pio-
neers and a fourth generation

CLUB
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Tickets: Judy Zarring, 659-4361.

Turkey Creek
alumni homecoming
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Syndrome and bipolar
disorder; "We Believe," a study
of Baptist doctrine; "How to
Study the Bible;" "Divorce
Care;" and "Revelation The
Throne in Heaven.
Call: 752-4104

Bible study program
The women's ministry of
Bethany Baptist Church offers


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Floridian, she was born in
Plant City and a lived here
most of her life.
She was was a graduate of
Florida Southern College.
She is survived by three
daughters, Gray Johnson of
Lynchburg, Va., Mary Dono-
van of Whitman, Mass., and
Linda Vinetti of Atlanta; a son,
William Mumbauer of Plant
City; and five grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Spang
Gwendolyn S. Spang, 55, of
Plant City died Aug. 23.
She was born in Canton,
Ohio, and was a longtime resi-
dent of this area.
She was a manager at a Ken-
tucky Fried Chicken restau-
rant and a member of Berea
Baptist Church.
She is survived by three
daughters, Suzanne Yates and
Juanita Parrett, both of Plant
City, and Angela Verhyen of
Ohio; a sister, Betty Kerns of
Lakeland; and five grandchil-
dren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Wheeler
Lavona C. Wheeler, 93, of
Dover died Aug. 19.
She was born in Dover and


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Please bring a covered dish
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Call: Dee Dee, 754-4852.

Turkey Creek Class of '54
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1954 will host
its 50-year reunion Oct. 30. A
detailed letter/reservation will
be soon mailed to classmates.
The class is seeking the
address or phone numbers of


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

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was a lifelong resident of
Dover.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by a son,
Bobby Joe of Plant City; a
daughter, Betty Lou Reece of
Dover; a sister, Ruby Hutchin-
son of Dover; three grandchil-
dren; and three
great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Youngblood
Willis E. "Ed" Youngblood,
65, of Lakeland died Aug. 22.
He was born in Plant City
and was a lifelong resident of
the area.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran
of the Korean War and owner/
operator of Concrete Products
of Lakeland.
Youngblood was a member
of The Eagles Club of Lakeland.
He is survived by three sons,
David, Sam and Lani, all of
Lakeland; four daughters,
Deeson of Virginia, Jeri
McKinney and Colita Thelen,
both of Lakeland, and Sheryl
Davison of LaCrosse, Wis.; two'
sisters, Louise Daignault of
Tampa and Florence Defee of
Lakeland; 13 grandchildren;
and two great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.


the following classmates:
James Bryant, James Lawson,
Myrtice Herndon and Everett
Bailey. Call:, 689-5153.

Turkey Creek Class of '61
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1961 holds
monthly meetings the first
Thursday of each month at 6
p.m. at BuddyFreddys, 1101
Goldfinch Drive. Call: Elaine
Rogers Lister, 752-0118.


School of Music will offer a
musical theater program for
its fall semester.
Classes will meet once a
week for 45 minutes and will
prepare to perform the play "A
Partridge in a Pear Tree."
The semester will conclude
with a dessert theater presen-
tation.
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BRIGGS
Continued From Page 8
watching from a distance.
They began writing after he
was sent to Savannah with the
National Youth of America
and when he was stationed on
the U.S.S. Destroyer Winslow
in New York.
Eventually, they settled in
the Plant City area and became
parents of son Donald and
daughters Darlene Learned,
both of Lakeland, Patricia
Khork of Polk City, and Effie
Carol Jenkins of Plant City.
What's the secret to 60
happy years of marriage?
Without hesitation, they say it
is centering your life around
your family and church. In
2000, Wyolene was honored in
the national "Sure-Jell Hall of
Fame," nominated by
daughter Darlene who wrote
an essay on mom's jelly


Richard Wyolene
making. The couple believes
wholeheartedly in attending
and supporting their "com-
munity church" and have
always attended a church
close to home. For more than
15 years, it's been the First
Baptist Church of Plant City.
The Halls, who met as teen-
age neighbors in Turkey
Creek, have just one regret -
that they cannot slow down
Father Time. "We wish the
years had not passed so
quickly," Wyolene says.
Congratulations and God


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bless this special family.


Bobby Helms was talking
turkey at the Market Restau-
rant the other morning about
bygone Saturday nights in
downtown Plant City.
Someone would get on top
of the old PC Growers Building
(next to the rail road tracks -
it's gone now), and throw a
bunch of live turkeys off the
roof. If you caught one, it was
yours! Stores stayed open until
midnight and there was danc-
ing in the streets.
Can you imagine a young-
ster these days being enter-
tained by catching a flying
turkey? Sounds fun to me. To
watch, that is.


I don't think Drs. Lamoutte
and Verdeja have ever caught
a turkey, but they do catch a
lot of babies.
Vicki Hawthorne and I sat
with Drs. Carlos Lamoutte and
Ana Verdeja, husband and
wife, of Plant City's Women
First Center, and Dr. Hal and
Lynn Brewer, at the recent
YMCA Strong Leader Award
dinner at the Ramada Inn,
honoring Betty Chambers for
her many years of community


service. It was a fun evening
with a great slide show of Bet-
ty's life.
Everyone had a great time.
Becky Martin, told me she
couldn't wait to get Tim
(owner of Heritage
Construction) out on the
dance floor (Tim adheres to
Ben Franklin's "early to bed,
early to rise makes man
healthy, stealthy and wise."
Well, close enough). We're
sorry Betty's daughter, Pec
Mcginnis, was not able to
attend and wish her a speedy
recovery from a car mishap.
Carlos and Ana, who met in
New Orleans where she was
doing her residency, have
been in Plant City about four
years and say they felt at home
from day one. They came here
from South Carolina, where
Ana was in private practice
and Carlos was doing his resi-
dency at Medical University of
South Carolina. Good thing
they have four special delivery
hands, not just with their
growing practice at the
Walden Lake Medical Art
Center, but also with two little
girls, ages 2 and 6, to chase.
Carlos told us a cute story
about a lost shoe. Everyone
was looking and it was the 2-
year-old who finally found it.
Bet everyone has a good shoe
story sometimes even hus-


bands get out the door in
miss-matched socks or shoes.
I'm not mentioning any
names, though I admit it was
pretty dark when we left the
house.


I love to hear about Harley
trips. A couple of years ago
Claudia Moon got a slew of
phone calls the day Hog Tales
Magazine came out. Seems
the cover picture taken in
Montana at Glacier Park (just
west of Logan Pass on the
"Going to the Sun Road,")
.looked just like her. She and
some friends decided fly to
Canada, rent Harleys and
recreate the picture only with
the "real" Claudia.
She says it is every bit as
beautiful as everyone says,
and has returned several more
times, the last time, this
summer. While this decorative
painting artist enjoyed every
minute of her Harley trip,
there was good reason to get
back home: "I had to bring
Ariah (her new granddaugh-
ter) her first Harley beret!"

Bring me up to date. Send
items to gabylee@aol.com or
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when my daughter made it to
20, we have dealt with a
variety of debilitating events
guaranteed to bring on early
senescence. They include the
following:
Middle school: God help
us.
Puberty: need I say more?
High school: where they
learn just how stupid their
parents really are.
Learner's permits, driver's
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tant first ambulance rides.
Dating: or whatever they
call it nowadays.
Cell phones: more than
enough said.
Legal coming of age: I'm
talking about 18, not actual
adulthood.
The purchase of automo-
biles: beat-up jalopies with
100,000 miles that cost more
than my first new car.
The cashier's office at two


separate universities: the only
place they signpost clearly.
No wonder the woman
handing out the fish sand-
wiches mistook me for my
grandfather. Gotta go, I
wouldn't want to miss today's
early-bird specials.

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TEAMS
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FEMA contractors provide
transportation, heavy equip-
ment, road-clearing crews,
ditch diggers, carpenters and
medical aides.
These people have been
called on by the federal
government for almost 20
years to help coordinate relief
efforts for all kinds of natural
and manmade disasters. Hur-
ricanes, volcanic eruptions,
earthquakes, wildfires, floods,
and terrorist bombings are
events the men and women
employed by FEMA have
responded to in the United
States during recent history.
They are, really, all of us.
Paul Ghiotto is a National
Park ranger. He has served in
locations all over the east
coast since 1972. He is pres-
ently based in Jacksonville,
Fla., and works as the Fort
Caroline National Park law
enforcement officer. He has
been activated by FEMA dur-
ing natural disasters such as
fires and storms several times
during his career.
"FEMA has been providing
this kind of relief around the
country long enough to have
the system as close to perfect
as it can get," Ghiotto said.
"Typically there is an initial
scramble to get the system up


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
A Lakeland Linder Airport hangar was used during the relief
effort for victims of Hurricane Charley as a warehouse facility,
operated by Federal Emergency Management personnel, such as
Paul Ghiotto, a National Park Service law enforcement officer
out of Jacksonville, Fla., Ralph Cullom, a North Carolina State
Forest Service employee, and Dennis Orbus, the assistant
director of fire and aviation management for the National
Forest Service in California.


and running. One of two
teams thatare able to respond
around the country 'at a
moment's notice is activated.
We have all worked together
before. We know the responsi-
bility we each have before we
even get to the staging area.
The system, as good as it is, is
constantly improving. And at
the end of each event we have


a 'lessons learned' seminar to
help tighten up any loose
ends."
FEMA employs national
forest rangers, national park
security personnel, firefight-
ers, police officers, truckers,
pilots, cooks, small equipment
operators, secretaries,
professional security agents,
nurses, doctors and others to


help in the effort. These peo-
ple are on permanent standby
to go wherever they are
needed.
Ralph Cullom works for the
North Carolina State Forest
Service. He has 37 years of
service. Dennis Orbus is a
National Forest ranger sta-
tioned in Sacramento, Cal.,
since 1969. These men were
part of the information center
at the Lakeland Linder Air-
port.
"When disaster strikes, we
are placed on leave by our
departments and come under
the FEMA umbrella," Orbus
said. "FEMA activates a team
of support personnel and sup-
pliers who mobilize to meet
whatever needs are apparent.
The command and control
team (which was based in
Orlando for this effort) quickly
determines the amount of aid
needed and starts ordering
material."
Communications between
local, county, state and federal
agencies quickly come on line.
Goods are then ordered and
transported to the areas in
need.
"Strong communication
ties help us to eliminate
double orders and misinfor-
mation," Cullom said. "In that
way the goods and services
that are on hand can be sent to
the right location every time.
We want to mobilize, set up,


communicate, deliver the
relief material and disperse as
soon as the local authorities
have gained control of the sit-
uation."
FEMA forces are beginning
to wind down their part of the
operation, said Ricardo
Zuniga, FEMA's lead
information officer at the
Lakeland Linder location.
"We have deactivated the
3,000 National Guard troops
who were activated on the day
after the storm. We have sent
many of our staff back to their
home bases. Support person-
nel have been reduced to a
fraction of what we started
with. We are still helping to
provide temporary housing
for thousands of people hurt
by this storm. And we will stay
involved until these needs are
all met. Hopefully nature will
let us catch our breathe before
we a re mobilized to face
another crisis."
In the meantime, Hurricane
Frances is drawing a bead on
the east coast of Florida. The
storm is a threat, although still
1,000 miles away. If it makes
landfall in the states it will test
the FEMA system once again.
People seeking help from
FEMA, who can provide shel-
ter, food and water, and
money to get through this cri-
sis can call 1-800-621-FEMA
(3362) in order to register for
federal assistance.


FAIR
Continued From Page 4
property.
Betty Jo Tompkins, the fair's
vice-president, told the crowd
and that some of those issues are
currently being analyzed. She
said the fair needs to leave Ray-
mond James because the
organization has to renegotiate
with the Glaser family each year
and is forced to wait until after
football season to set the fair
dates.
She said leasing space at the
Strawberry Festival or State Fair,
as some residents had proposed,


was too expensive. Having a
space the fair can call its own
would mean a lot to the
organization, she said, and
vowed to make it an environ-
mentally friendly facility.
She implored residents not to
make the fair's relocation an "us
versus them" issue.
"You can't just say, 'Not in my
backyard,'" Tompkins said. "We
can't make progress in the com-
munity if everyone has that atti-
tude."
Motley said staff had con-


ducted an initial inspection of
the site and concluded it could
work. He confirmed that further
environmental studies would be
done.
The county has some time, as
the county fair has already leased
Raymond James for 2004. The
fair runs Nov. 24-28.
Last year, about 30,000 partici-
pants and visitors attended the
fair's five-day run. Officials have
indicated if they retain a different
site, the fair could run longer.


FEES
Continued From Page 5
sewer inspections are a new category under the
proposed fees, listed at $40 for construction jobs up
to $10,000 and an additional $20 for each additional
$10,000 or fraction thereof. .
Many of the plumbing fees remain the same,
including a fire sprinkler system permit fee, but
others have been added that did not show up on the
old schedule.
Commercial irrigation, re-piping of residential
and apartments, roof drains, solar pool systems,
backflow and grease trap systems will all be charged
individual fees if the new rates are approved.
These proposed changes will be placed on the
September agenda for approval during the city
commission meetings, city officials said.


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Carr's eyes still watered as he told
about making that first trip into
Wachula.
"I told them we wanted to be their
sister city and help them through this
crisis. People, men, women and chil-
dren lined up and hugged us when we
finished unloading the goods. The feel-
ing that I had was good enough to
make anyone cry."
Continued efforts in Plant City,
many headed up by Carr and his
friends, are leading to trip after trip
into the storm-ravaged town. Carr
mentioned a trip on Aug. 21, that
included a convoy of vehicles bring-
ing:
Six hundred pounds of ice.
Four hundred pounds of raw
chicken.
Thirty-by-50-foot tarps to use as
temporary cover.
A truck load of paper plates, cups,
forks and knives, donated by Dart
Container Inc.
Six pallets of milk donated by
Raymond Cheshire.
Smithfield meats donated 100


CALENDAR
Continued From Page 3
Bike Fest
The Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce hosts its Bike Fest the first
Saturday of every month from 5 to 9
p.m. in and around McCall Park.
The next fest will be Sept. 4.

Unity fundraiser
Unity in the Community, a fund-
raising group whose mission is to help
feed Plant City's needy, now offers
food during the Bike Fest and Straw-
berry Classic Car Show at the Plant
City Community Bingo Hall, 105 Arden
Mays Blvd., from 5 to 9 p.m.
The group sells hot dogs, Polish sau-
sage, chips, cookies, cakes and pie, and
coffee, soda and water.
The next sale will be during the Sept.
4 Bike Fest. Call: 752-1275.

PLAN AHEAD
Appreciation dinner
The Brotherhood of First Baptist
Church in Plant City will host its Public
Safety Personnel Appreciation Dinner
Sept. 9 at 6:30 p.m. in the church's fel-
lowship hall, 503 N. Palmer St.
Speaker will be state Rep. Johnnie


Photo from Plant City Maintenance Department
Workers and equipment from the Plant City maintenance and building depart-
ments were used to rebuild the Wachula public works garage following the
devastation caused by Hurricane Charley. Volunteers from all over the Plant City
area did what they could to help the people of Wachula, and other communities
hit by the storm, recover from the destruction.


cases of pork and beef cuts.
A Lakeland bakery has donated 10
cases of bread.
Wal-Mart donated a pallet of water
and a sizable discount on items going
to relief of the storm victims.
Officials at the Florida Strawberry
Festival purchased two pallets of
water, and many other individuals
around town are also adding their


Byrd.
All local public safety personnel are
invited.
Reservations: Bernie Caton, 754-
2637, or the church office, 752-4104.

School hosts police,
emergency personnel
Bryan Elementary School, 2006 Oak
Ave., will host a luncheon to honor
local fire fighters, police officers, doc-
tors, paramedics, nurses and military
personnel on Sept. 10 from 10 a.m. to
12:30 p.m.
The personnel will have lunch with
the students.
Please RSVP by calling Carol Mayo
or Cindy Storie at 757-9300.

Heart of Hillsborough
Golf Tournament
The inaugural Kids: The Heart of
Hillsborough Golf Tournament is set
for Sept. 10 at the Walden Lakes Golf
and County Club.
Proceeds benefit the annual Holiday
Tree Lighting Ceremony, teen pro-
grams and BlazeSports, a sports pro-
gram for disabled children.
Tee time is 1 p.m. The event is a
four-person scramble and includes
longest drive and closest to the pin
contest. The entry fee is $100 per


weight to the project.
Carr said that while the city has its
own responsibilities to perform, the
situation calls for action, "under these
circumstances we can do it."
Matt Holloman, a Wachula fire-
fighter and the public information
officer in Hardee County during this
disaster, said "I can't begin to describe
the overwhelming feeling of gratitude


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range balls, golfer gift pack, tourna-
ment banquet and awards.
Call: Sheryl Vannetta, 903-3344, or
e-mail vannettas@hillsboroughcounty
.org.

Singles' Night Out
First Baptist Church of Plant City
invites all singles to a Singles' Night
Out Sept. 11 at 7 p.m. at The Singles'
Building, 103 E. Baker St.
Meetings, which are offered the
second Saturday of every month, con-
sist of a guest speaker, live Christian
music, coffee bar, door prizes, fellow-
ship and more.
Child care, by reservation, is free.
Call: 752-4104.

Antiques street fair
The Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce's antique street fair will be
Sept. 11 from 7 a.m. to noon in McCall
Park.
The fair is offered the second Satur-
day of every month and includes arts
and crafts.

Pregnancy Care Center banquet
The "Pearl of Great Price" fall fund-
raising banquet to benefit the Preg-
nancy Care Center of Plant City is


SEPTEMBER 2, 2004 THE COURIER 17

that we feel for the people in Plant
City. The people who came over here
worked hard to help us get back on our
feet. When we told them how thankful
we were, they shook their heads and
said they were just glad to help. They
said that one day it might be them
looking for assistance. We will never
forget what they did."
Donations from city employees and
friends of the city came in at an
impressive rate.
"We have made a deal with Wal-
Mart to purchase $10 gift certificates
with any cash that we receive. The
people in Wachula can use the gift
cards at the Wachula Wal-Mart," Carr
said.
John Knotts and Danny Smith, local
businessmen, worked with Channel 8
weatherman John Winters to contact
Tyler Wyatt of Wachula and deliver
6,000 pounds of dog and cat food to
the residents of Plant City's new sister
city. Other contributions included
water, cat litter, building nails and
other hardware goods to help in the
recovery.
Knotts and Smith delivered the
goods on Aug. 21.
Local churches and civic groups are
also participating in the relief effort.


planned for Sept. 13 at 6:30 p.m. at St.
Clement Catholic Church's social hall,
1104 N. Alexander St. Guest speaker
will be humorist John Trent.
Individual tickets are $35, and spon-
sor levels are available. Call: 759-0886.
City commission
The Plant City City Commission
meets the second and fourth Mondays
of the month at 7:30 p.m. in the Nettie
Mae Draughon Auditorium at city hall,
302 W. Reynolds St.
The next meeting will be Sept. 13.
Car show
The Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce hosts the Strawberry Classic Car
Show in downtown near McCall Park
on the third Saturday of every month
from 4 to 9 p.m.
The next show will be Sept. 18.
Luau fundraiser
A luau-themed fundraiser for multi-
ple sclerosis research will take place
Sept. 25 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Plant City
Church of God, 2103 Mud Lake Road.
The event will feature dinner, enter-
tainment, door prizes and a silent auc-
tion.
Tickets are $8 for adults, $4 for chil-
dren 12 and younger. Call: 757-6234,
727-5214r or 719-9695.


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Crossroads Bowl Saturday during the Hillsborough County Special Olympics
bowling event. More than 200 bowlers of all ages participated in the event. Above,
Teresa Brandies of Plant City High School says Michael Corsi, Hillsborough County
Special Olympics games director, is "the best coach."


Cougars To Face Plant Panthers SPORTS BRIEFS


DURANT DROPS KING,
28-9, IN PRESEASON
ByDAREKSHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Feeling much better after a
preseason victory, the Durant
Cougars start things for real
Friday against a team that
feels the exact same way.
Plant High School started
new head coach Robert Wei-
ner's reign with a 27-7 win
over Gaither Friday. That
might not sound like much,
but the win equalled Plant's
total for all of last season.
Durant won 12 games last
year in reaching the state
semifinals, and seemed to be


picking up where it left off,
beating King, 28-9, in the pre-
season game last week. The
Cougars had the ball four
times in the first half, and
scored a touchdown each
time.
"It was exciting to see," said
Durant head coach Mike Got-
tman. "We were flying to the
ball. The players were
hungry."
The offense was a little more
dynamic, with quarterback
Chip Bowden showing poise
and using the play-action pass
effectively. Bowden com-
pleted four passes in five
attempts, three of them going
for touchdowns. The lone
incompletion was nearly a
touchdown to tight end Chris


Thompson.
Thompson did catch a 25-
yard scoring pass, and receiver
Clint McKay and running back
Michael Baughman caught
the others. Matt Stwan had a
30-yard touchdown run and
sophomore running back
Malcolm Shavers proved he
has become an added threat
to the Cougar backfield.
"We had too many penal-
ties, had some nice plays
called back, but overall for the
first game we executed fairly
well," Gottman said.
Defensive back Dennis
Hicks and linemen Frank D'A-
mico and Mark Hughes all had
outstanding games, and

See DURANT, Page 19


Plant City To Open Against King High


PRESEASON LOSS TO
AUBURNDALE TEAM
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
When this high school foot-
ball season is well under way,
Plant City coach Todd Long
thinks Auburndale will be
established as one of the top
teams in the area.
That's one reason why Long
wasn't too discouraged after
what happened last Friday,
when the Raiders offense did
not score in a 29-2 preseason
loss to the Bloodhounds.
Another obvious plus: the
game won't count against the
regular-season record.
It's for real this Friday, how-
ever, when the Raiders play


host to King. Long, and really
anyone else who witnessed it,
is hoping Friday is not a repeat
of the 2003 game between the
schools.
"No, nowhere close to that
hopefully," he said.
King beat the Raiders 13-0
in an ugly, penalty-filled con-
test last year.
Penalties were not a prob-
lem against Auburndale, and
the Raiders did not turn the
ball over until late, which is a
big improvement over their
early-season play from last
year. But the Bloodhounds'
overall athleticism provided
enough of a test and broke
through for several big plays.
But the key play, clearly as
far as the outcome of the game
went, took place on special
teams. With about 30 seconds


to go in the first half Auburn-
dale led 6-0 but the Raiders
were set up for a short field
goal attempt. Instead of clos-
ing the gap to 6-3 headed into
the half, the Raiders were
deflated as Auburndale
blocked the kick and took it 78
yards for a touchdown.
Plant City was a mere two
yards from tying the game
with a touchdown, but on
third-and-goal it botched the
snap to force a field-goal try.
"Yeah, that play changed
things a little bit," Long said.
"When you watch the film, it
wasn't as bad as it looked like
on the sidelines at times. I
don't know for sure, but when
we're seven, eight weeks into
the season I think a lot of

See PLANT CITY, Page 19


MISCELLANEOUS
Raiders host Cougars
in 1st home match
The Plant City Raiders vol-
leyball team will host rival
Durant in its home opener
tonight at 7:30.
The match will feature the
debut of Raiders head coach
Misti Neutzling.
Junior varsity will play at 6:
15 p.m.

Punt-Pass-Kick
at Otis Andrews
The NFL Punt-Pass-Kick
competition will be held at the
Oits M. Andrews sports
complex Sept. 25 from 9 to 11
a.m.
The free event is open to
boys and girls ages 8 to 15.
Only tennis shoes may be
worn; no cleats or bare feet.
A copy of the child's birth cer-
tificate is needed to compete.
Call: Danny, 659-4255, or e-
mail dsmith@plantcitygo-
v.com.

GOLF
Golf tournament
The Durant High School
wrestling team will hold its
first golf tournament to raise
money for uniforms, equip-
ment and to help defray the
costs of tournaments and
games on Oct. 9 at Bramble
Ridge Golf Club.
The best-ball tournament
kicks off with an 8:30 a.m.
shotgun start.
The cost is $45 per person,
or $180 per team of four and
includes 18 holes, cart rental
and a barbecue lunch follow-
ing play. Prizes are $400 for
first, $250 for second and $180
for third. There will also be a


raffle for prizes, a silent auc-
tion and a longest-putt con-
test.
Call: Jack Greene, 767-4708,
or Dennis Kitko, (863) 838-
7184.

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

St. Clement Youth Ministries
golf tournament
The 6th annual St. Clement
Youth Ministries Golf Classic
will be held Oct. 9 at Walden
Lake Golf & Country Club.
Cost is $50 per player. Spon-
sorships are available.
All proceeds will go toward
St. Clement's college schol-
arship fund.
Call: Pete Weronik, 752-
8855, or Carol Rodriguez, 757-
6234.
To submit sports information
to The Courier, e-mail announce-
ments to rcone@mediagenera-
l.com or fax to 689-9545.









Pitching Fuels Heatwave DURANT
Continued From Page 18
At Pony Nationals defensive end Brett Smouse
At Pony Nationals "earned himself a starting
position" by his nlav off the


7 DURANT PLAYERS
ON TRAVEL TEAM
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
It looks like the Durant High
School softball team is in
pretty good hands. Comprised
mostly of Durant players, the
Tampa Heatwave club team
recently returned from a mag-
nificent performance at one of
the toughest tournaments in
the country.
Out of 166 teams entered in
the 16-and-under Pony
National softball tournament,
the Heatwave won eight
straight games to make it to
the semifinals. Its final record
was 8-1-1, good for a third-
place finish. Tampa surren-
dered just five runs in 10
contests.
Of the 10 members on the
team, seven are Durant stu-
dents: sophomores Mindy
Corbett, Ashley Miller and
Cari Curfman; juniors Cassie
Ellington and Alex Ramirez;
and seniors Leslie Miller and
Leslie Corbett.
Heatwave coach Burt Mill-
er's team had placed much of
its summer focus on the Pony
tournament, even entering
some 18-and-under events.
"We always opt to play
better competition," Miller
said. "I wasn't concerned as
much with wins and losses
there, the whole thing was get-
ting them ready for the Pony
nationals."
They were ready. After a
scoreless tie in their opening
game, the Heatwave rolled off
eight consecutive wins
sparked by their second pool-
play contest.
Playing the 2003 Pony tour-
nament champion, Fire 'N Ice
from Virginia, the Heatwave
won 3-0. Bloomingdale High's
Nicole Anderson, who threw a
no-hitter in the first game,
allowed just one hit while
striking out 11.
Then in a 5-0 win over the
North Carolina Phantoms,
Ramirez had three hits while
Curfman and Ellington added
two apiece. Ellington drove in
three of the five runs. Leslie
Corbett tossed a one-hitter.
That win drove the Heat-
wave into bracket play, where


people will be looking at
Aubumdale as one of the best
teams. They're pretty good."
The Bloodhounds didn't
exactly ram the ball down the
Raiders' throats, instead hit-
ting them for big plays.
Auburndale's two second-half
touchdowns were on gains of
more than 60 yards.
Plant City senior running
back Derrick Hallback had 69
yards on 20 carries. Kalif Shep-
pard played very well in his
first game at tight end, and
also played linebacker, and
defensive back Sherrod Lott
made some big plays.
"Defensively, I think we
played pretty good ball 80 per-
cent of the time," said Long.
"Offensively, we had some


they began by beating the
Shenandoah Valley Mavericks,
2-0, outhitting them 10-2.
Anderson had another no-
hitter in the next game, a 6-0
win.
The next game was tricky.
Scoreless through eight
innings, the Heatwave finally
pushed a run across in the
ninth. Leslie Corbett moved to
third base on a Leslie Miller
bunt, then Mindy Corbett sin-
gled her sister home for the 1-
0 win.
Two more victories landed
the Heatwave in the Elite
Eight. One win came against a
team called the BP All-Stars,
the type of carefully-
assembled club Burt Miller
said his team faced con-
stantly.
"That's the most gratifying
part of the whole thing," he
said. "Our team is not a bunch
of all-county players. We're up
there going against teams with
three all-county pitchers ... we
didn't bring those types of cre-
dentials. But these girls just
work together, they respect
each other and they worked
very hard together. It shows
that sometimes desire and
heart can win out over
talent."
Mindy Corbett and Ashley
Miller had two hits each in a
7-2 win against Bristol Force,
putting Tampa into the Elite
Eight against the Pittsburg
Spirit. Anderson struck out 14
and Curfman went 2-for-3 as
the Heatwave won 4-0.
Then in the semifinals
against the Swansea (Mass.)
Muddogs, the teams were
scoreless until the ninth
inning when Swansea scored
the first and only three runs of
the game. Swansea went on to
win the tournament. Ander-
son did not allow a hit until
the ninth.
She started eight of the 10
games and gave up two earned
runs. Her strikeout numbers
were the most sensational, as
Anderson racked up 102 for
exactly two Ks per inning.
The leading hitter was Jus-
tine Perry from Bloomingdale
with a .484 average. Other key
offensive contributors
included Ellington, who hit
.318, Ramirez, .308, andAshley
Miller, .290.


breakdowns, fundamental
breakdowns here and there,
which obviously you can't
afford to have. Especially
against a good team. But we
didn't have penalties, which is
good for this early in the
season."
King lost its preseason game
to Durant last week. The Lions
run the wing-T offense with
quarterback David Banister
calling the signals. King's
defensive strength is its line-
backers, especially the
imposing Ricky Bradshaw.
Kickoff is 7:30 p.m. at Raider
Stadium. Including the pre-
season game and next week's
meeting with Lake Region,
Plant City's first three games
are at home.


bench, Gottman said. Smouse
had been bothered by a back
injury recently, but has gotten
through that.
It doesn't look like Durant
will have as easy of a time this
Friday as it had in the 2003
opener, when the Cougars
rolled over Plant, 27-0. The
Panthers seem to be a much


more enthusiastic bunch, and
they were having all sorts of
fun against Gaither.
Weiner has injected life into
the program, along with some
offensive expertise; he was
Jesuit's longtime offensive
coordinator and special-
teams coach. He then took a
job at Crystal River as the
baseball coach, leading the
Pirates into the playoffs,
before deciding to return to
football and succeed Darlee
Nelson at Plant.
For the first week of prac--
tice Weiner made his players
start workouts at 5:45 a.m. to


SEPTEMBER 2, 2004 THE COURIER 19

try and build discipline.
Plant's defense looked good
against Gaither, making two
interceptions.
And the Panthers will have
home-field advantage playing
in intimate Dads Stadium.
Plant runs a basic I-formation
led by running back Kenny
Allen, who scored two touch-
downs last Friday. The Pan-
thers also attempted 10
passes.
"They've improved. They're
good defensively. It will be
more of a challenge for us,"
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I Legals I
RESOLUTION NO.153-2004
A RESOLUTION OF THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITYOFPLANTCITY FLOR-
IDA, PROVIDING NOTICE OF
PROPOSED ENACTMENT
OF ORDINANCE CLOSING
AND VACATING AN ALLEY.
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR-
IDA:*
SECTION 1. As required by
Section 166.041, Florida
Statutes and other applica-
ble law, the City Commis-
sion of the City of Plant
City, Florida, does hereby
give notice od proposed
enactment of an oridin-
ance entitled:
AN ORDIANACE OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY FLORI-
DA CLOSING AND VACAT-
ING THAT CERTAIN ALLEY
LYING EAST OF LOT 8 AND
WEST OF LOT 7 BLOCK 2,
PLANT CITY HEIGHTS SUB-
DIVISION AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE 1 OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA. SUBJECT TO RES-
ERVATION OF EASEMENT
FOR WATER, SEWER, OTH-
ER PUBLIC UTILITIES, AND
DRAINAGEPURPOSES.
\,
SECTION 2. The proposed
enactment of said orin-
ance, following second
reading, shall be consid-
ered b the City Commis-
sion aits meeting in the
Sadye Gibbs Martin Audito-
rium of the Nettle Berry
Draughon Municipal Build-
ing, 302 West Reynolds
Street (City Hall), Plant
City Florid, on September
13, 2004, at 7:30 P.M., or as
soon thereafter as the mat-
ter may be heard at which
time interested parties and
citizens may appearand be
heard with respect to the
proposed ordinance.
SECTION 3. All persons are
advised that if a person de-
cides to appeal any deci-
sion made y the City Com-
mission with respect an
matter considered at such
meetings, he will need are-
cord of the proceedings,
and for such purpose ne
may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which
record includes the testi-
mony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be
based. The proposed ordi-
nance may be inspected by
the public at the office of
the City Clerk, City Hall,
Plant City, Florida.
SECTION 4. In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, any person
with a disability requiring
reasonable accommoda-
tion in order to participate
in this meeting should call
the City Clerk at (813)659-
4200 at least 48 hours prior
to the public hearing.
SECTION 5. This resolution
as notice of the proposed
enactment of said ordi-
nance shall be published in
The Courier, issue of Au-
gust 26,2004.
SECTION 6. TheCity Clerk is
directed to mail a copy of
this resolution to each
property owner whose
land adjoins the proposed
vacated alley, by reference
to the latest ad valorem tax
records.
Adopted by the City Com-
mission on August 23,2004.
Michael S. Sparkman


Legals I
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST: .
Virginia L. Helper
City CLerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
N07105 9/2/2004
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given by
the governing body of the
Community Redevelop-
ment Agency of the City
of Plant City, Floria (the
"Agency") thatit will con-
sioer the approval of its
Community Redevelop-
ment Agency of the City
of Plant City, Florida Re-
development Revenue
Note, Series 2004 in the
aggregate principal
amount of not to exceed
$2,000,000 at a public
hearing to be held at a
meeting of the Agency
immediately following
the City Commisssion
meeting to be held on
September 13 2004 at
7:30 p.m., at the Sadye
Gibbs Martin Auditorium
of the Nettle Berry
Draughon Municipal
Building ("City Hall"), 302
West Reynolds Street,
Plant City, Florida 33563.
The Agency shall consid-
er adoption of the follow-
ing resolution a copy of
which is on file with the
City Clerk of the City of
Plant City for public in-
spection entitled
A RESOLUTION OF THE
COMMUNITY REDEVEL-
OPMENT AGENCY OFTHE
CITY OF PLANT CITY
FLORIDA AUTHORIZINd
THE ISSUANCE OF A RE-
DEVELOPMENT REVENUE
NOTE, SERIES 2004 IN THE
PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF
NOT TO EXCEED
$2 000,000 TO FINANCE
THECOST6FTHEACQUI-
SITION, CONSTRUCTION
AND EdUIPPING OF VARI-
OUS CAPITAL IMPROVE-
MENTS WITHIN THE RE-
DEVELOPMENT AREA OF
THE COMMUNITY REDE-
VELOPMENT AGENCY OF
THE CITY OF PLANT CITY,
FLORIDA AND TO PREPAY
CERTAIN EXISTING IN-
DEBTEDNESS OF SUCH
AGENCY PROVIDING
THAT THE NOTE SHALL
BE A LIMITED OBLIGA-
TION OFTHE ISSUER PAY-
ABLE FROM CERTAIN TAX
INCREMENT REVENUES
WHICH DERIVE FROM
THE REDEVELOPMENT
AREA; PROVIDING FOR
THE RIGHTS SECURITIES
AND REMEDIES FOR THE
OWNER OF THE NOTE;
MAKING CERTAIN COVE-
NANTS AND AGREE-
MENTS IN CONNECTION
THEREWITH* PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY; PRO-
VIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
All interested parties are
invited to provide their
comments at the time
and place shown above.
This notice is given pur-
suant to Section 163.346,
Florida Statutes. If a per-
son decides to appeal any
decision made by the
Agency with respect to
any matter considered,
such person will need a
record of the proceedings
and may need to ensure
that a verbatim record is
made, including the testi-
mony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be


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made.
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons needing
a special accommodation
or an interpreter to par-
ticipate in this proceed-
ing should contact the
City Clerk's office at
813-659-4200 at least two
days prior to the date of
the hearing.
No:7137 9/2/04
INVITATION TO BID
Sealed bids for GAITHER
HIGH SCHOOL WALL RE-
PAIR PROJECT will be re-
ceived by the School Board
of Hillosorough County,
Florida in the Office of the
Supervisor of Purchasing,
Third Floor, School Admin-
istrative Center, 901 East
Kennedy Boulevard, Tam-
a, Florida until 3:00PM,
Tuesday, September 16,
2004. (The mailing address
is P.O. Box 3408 Tampa
Florida 33601). Bids will not
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-
istrative Center.
Contractors desiring to bid
this project are subject to
an Encouragement Affir-
mative Action Plan as iden-
tified within the bidding
documents.
There will be a NON-MAN-
DATORY Pre-Bid Meeting
on Thursday, September 2,
2004, at 10:00am at the
school site located at 16200
North Dale Mabry, Tampa,
Florida 33618.
IT IS THE BIDDER'S RE-
SPONSIBILITY TO SEE
THAT BIDS ARE DELIVERED
TO THE PURCHASING DE-
PARTMENT AS REFER-
ENCED ABOVE. BID SECURI-
TY MUST BE SUBMITTED
WITH BID. THERE ARE NO
EXCEPTIONS.
NOTICE TO ALL BIDDERS:
The School Administrative
Center is a "security"
building, therefore, visitors
il he required to obtain a
Visitors Pass por to enter-
ing the bualling.A phoAto
ientifcation will need to
be presented at this time.
Complete information re-
garding bidding docu-
ments and other informa-
tion may be obtained from
the Engineer:
Long & Associates, Inc.
4525 S. Manhattan Avenue
Tampa FL 33611
813-839-0506
No bidder may withdraw
his bid foraperiod of thirty
days after date set for
opening thereof.
THE SCHOOL BOARD OF
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA
EARLJ.LENNARD Ph.D
SUPERINTENDENT OF
SCHOOLS
EJL:RAS:sel
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NOTICEOFSALE
NOTICE is hereby given
that on Friday, September
24, 2004 at 12:00 Noon
BREWINGTON'S TOWING
SERVICE, 302 E. Calhoun
Street, Plant City, FL 33566,
will conduct a safe for cash
to the highest bidder.
Brewington's reserves the
right to bid, or will other-
wise dispose of the
following:
1996 Ford 4Dr
Vin# 1FALP53S3TA292587
1991 Nissan 4Dr
Vin# JNlFU21POMX831021
1994 Ford 2Dr
Vin# 1FARP11J8RW241434
1990 Plymouth SW
Vin#l P4GH54R4LX206894
1994 Ford 2Dr
Vin# 1FARP11J6RW338096
1985 Nissan 4Dr
Vin# JNIHU11S4FT068082
1996 Saturn 4Dr
Vin# 1G8ZJ5277TZ214523
1986Toyota4Dr
Vin# JT2SV12E7G0426425
1992 Ford 4Dr.
Vin# 2FAPP36X2NB164460
1991 Ford 2Dr
Vin# 1FAPP6040MH184790
1995 Mitsubishi 3Dr
Vin#4A3AK34Y55SE003950
1989 Ford Van
Vin# 1FDEE14H8K345543
1991 Plymouth 2Dr
Vin# 4P3CS44UXME080653
1992 Subaru 2Dr
Vin# JF1AC4226NB207057
09/02/04
NOTICE OF SALE OF MO-
TORVEHICLE
Pursuant to Florida Statute
713.585, Mid-Florida Lien
and Recovery, will sell at
public sale for cash the fol-
lowing described vehicle
located at lienor's place to
satisfy a claim of lien.
1998 International. Vin:
1HTSDAANOWH543133.
Lien Amt: $1225.00
R/0: Bush Leasing Inc
Dover FL L/H First Merit
Bank NAAkron, OH. Lienor/
Tampa Bay Diesel Services,
4410 W. Osborne Ave, Tam-
pa, FL 813-872-5585.
Sale date: September 24,
2004, 10:00am at: 3001
Aloma Ave. Winter Pk, FL.
Said vehicles) may be re-
deemed by satisfying the
lien prior to sale date. You
have the right to a hearing
at any time prior to sale
date by filing a demand for
hearing in the circuit court.
Owner has the right to re-
cover possession of vehicle
by posting a bond in accor-
dance with F.S. 559.915.
Any proceeds in excess of
the amount of the lien will
be deposited with the Clerk
of Circuit Court in the coun-
ty where vehicle is held.
September 2,2004
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Notice is hereby giv
on Friday, Septen
2004 at 3:00pm at
STORE-IT, located
S. Jim Redman Pa
Plant City Florida,
duct a sale to the
bidder or other
pose of the cont
rental units:
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boxes
# 07 LOWERY: Oldc
#312 PREVATT: Fur
vac
#210 HARRISON
large TV
#209 MAYES: Fur
items
#112 CASTRO: Misc
#106 RIALS: Furn, 2
#130 SAXION: Fur
items
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573-238-3526
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407-788-1298
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48 hours. Private money.
Call Gerald Danley
813-985-8885
98-149
Real Estate

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8 General
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Fribley St. 3br lba + 1/1
eff, total 1100sf mol, wd
firs, new roof. $129,900
OBO. With TLC worth
est. $200K. 813-476-1817
TAMPA
Handyman Special. 7
unit multi-family, Sub El
Portal. Retail $260k.
Asking$230K. Cash inves-
tors only. 954-938-5155
11011 South Tampa
DAVIS ISLANDS
GORGEOUS 4br 3ba
2600sf Pool Hm, Totally
Updated, Hardwoods.
$589,000; 813-719-0061
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DAVIS ISLANDS
WATERVIEW 3br 2ba
Fenced backyard 1564sf
Corner lot. 436 Channel
Dr. $650,000
813-835-7747
DAVIS ISLANDS
Beautifully done 3/2.5,
2189 sq ft, wood floors,
new kitchen large
master suite. $365K.
Call 813-267-2040.
HARBOUR ISLAND-Island
Walk 2br 2ba, lcg
approx. 1064sf, vaulted
ceilings, uard gated
comm. with pool, spa,
tennis & club house.
$235,000. Days: (813)
842-1544; eves 852-1639
SOUTH TAMPA Plant HS
3Br 2ba Ranch house
1900sf, Lg lot &/2, 175'
front x 10', Hot Tub
deck, Workshop Lrg
Storage Bldg, 1cg, 359K
813-215-9590


1102 Northwest
AVILA Traditional
2-story on Ig corner
lot w/pond, marble/
wd firsool. 4910sf.
$999,000call Dianne
C-21 Shaw 962-0441
Carrollwood Plantation
Nice 3br, 2.5ba, 2 story,
lush landscape lanai,
tiled, apples. $137,900.
buyowner.com ID#
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CARROLLWOOD, Turtle
Crossing, Brand new
2004 3/2/2 + den/loft,
1836SF, never live in,
g ated community,
$210K. 813-251-6605
LUTZ 8.8 acres on Ski
Lake, brand new 4BR,
21/2zBA, 5600sf under
roof, 3300 living w/926sf
lanai, deed restricted
community. $785,000.
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OLDSMAR Area Open
Sat & Sun 12-37810 Bay
Dr Hills to S on Race
Track 3 story custom built
$449k Charles Ruten-
berg Rlty 813-882-9999
TOWN & COUNTRY
3br/2ba, 2000 sqft,
convenient location, big
yard, no brokers. Owner
financing.
Owner 813-244-4495
WATERCHASE, 4 br 4 ba
3 car gar, 3674 sf
w/bonus room, SS
appl's,Jacuzzi in master
ba, Ig lot on cul-de-sac.
$569,900.813-310-9884
103 Northeast/
i" NewTampa
TAMPA PALMS-2br town
home with den, 21/2 ba,
c1g, 1877SF, appliances
tiled, 1st floor, screened
porch, gated community,
$185,000.813-817-8747
1 East
104 Hillsborough

BLOOMINGDALE 3 Bd Rm
2 Baths, Den Screened
Lani 2 Car Garage. Lv
Rm/bn Rm. Near new
Y.M.C.A. $192,500
(813) 695-6236
Bloomingdale Like New
Cottage style 3br 2ba
2cg, Scrn Lanai, Fenced,
patio, tile & carpet, new
paint inside & new roof.
FSBO813-654-1805




BRANDON 4Br 2ba 2cg
Grandfather Oaks,
1600sf, Screened Lanai,
Sprinklers, Quiet South
Brandon Subdivision,
$157,500 -813-684-9753
BRANDON OPEN HOUSE,
By Owner 3br 2ba 2cg,
Lg Yd, poo, Conv. to
School, Churches,
Shopping. 710 Bama Rd.
$184,900. Sat. & Sun.
12-4pm; 813-657-9072
Brandon-Owner like new
3/2, 1854SF, LR/DR
FR/FP, Ig kitc, inside util,
porch, grn house, deck,
alarm sys, all appls
(new), 703 Millifold PI
190K. 813-681-5045.
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104 Hillsborough

EAST BLOOMINGDALE
2700sf, 4BR 3BA, scrnd
pool, solar heat, hrdwd
floors, tile. $1,900/mo.
incl. yard & pool service.
Call 813-277-4953
FISH HAWK, villa 2 bed-
room, 2 bath, den, patio,
2 car garage, 1530 sq ft.
$10,000
813-661-4387

Lexington Oaks Brand
new never lived in!!
4/3'/22, 3032sf, many
upgres, fml Liv. & Din.,
25453 AptitudeTerr.
at Pocono. 813-766-2063
Plant City 3br 2ba
Newly remodeled, CHA
quiet nghbrhd, hrdwd
firs, E-Z finanancing.
Only $115.9K. $3500
Down. 813-763-0054
RIVERVIEW, 4 br, 4 ba,
cstm on wooded acre.
$529,900. More info &
pics at
www.salebyowner
realty.com/6777 or call
813-671-9041
RIVERVIEW Lake St.
Charles, spacious 2-
story 3br /2 ba with den,
2300sf, $199,000.
813-368-5963
786-201-8801
SEFFNER New by Con-
tractor, 3/2/1, all appli-
ances, many upgrades,
approx 1300 sf living, Ig
lot. $130K, 813-933-9770,
293-1930, 629-7883.
VALRICO, Brentwood
Hills 4br 2ba lcg bit
'97 2 story, .25 ac. on
cul-de-sac, jacuzzi
w/scr. lanai, commpool
& day care on-site $165K
obo. 1508 Citrus Orchard
Way. 813-684-3117. Pix:
infotube.net ad#89496
1141 Waterfront |
Anna Maria Island,
The Sea Oats
Condominiums
TSO 2201 Gulf Drive,
Bradenton Beach. Seize
The Limited time
opportunity to obtain at
reconstruction prices
a condo in a small
complex in paradise! All
will have views of your
private beach and Gulf,
180 degree view of your
private beach on the
Gulf, plus Sarasota Bay.
Luxury in & out. Heated
swimming pool, jacuzzi
and stroke spa. Glass
elevator. 1-2 car
garages and or
carports. Low
Maintenance. Metal
Roof. Key West Style. 2
bedroom, 2 and 1/z
bathroom with walk-in
closets, 2359-3695 SF.
From $672K $1.210M.
For more information call
Jane or Dave Guy:
941-284-5469
or 941-284-5461
www.seaoats.com
Apollo Beach FSBO 4br,
3ba, 3cg, hdwd firs, tile
roof, 100x125' lot, 45'
boat dk. 100' on water
pool/Jacuzzi. $569K
813-645-5699 appt. only

116C I Citrus I
Citrus Co. Investment: 27
contiguous lots, 13 resi-
dences- 8 Dblwides, 4
Snglwides, 1 CB 3BR 2HA
FP, house, all on hi-dry
10 acres. $360,000.00.
Crystal River Kings Bay
Waterfront: Two large
contiguous homesites
on the Bay, both spec-
tacular views, $1.5M.
US Partners Real Estate,
Lic. FL RE Broker.
352/220-2000.


116S I Central
Pasco
Land 0 Lakes Beautiful
Model Home 3 br, 2.5 ba.
Small lake, Gated
community. Man
Upgrades. $335,000
813-917-9348
TAMPA BAY GOLF CC, 2/2
Villa, furnished,
$155,600. Tina Krupski
813-767-5219 or
813-884-8411 Coldwell
Banker Res R.E. Inc.
1116U I West Pasco

Houses For Sale
on contract, all credit
accepted. Please call:
813-469-3202
11241 Time Share I
Daytona Beach Ocean-
front, 1BR, sleeps 4.
Lease with option to Buy
$500 per week.
or will Sell for$8,000.
Call 352-302-8379
You can unload your
washer with an ad in ap-
pliances, class 416.
1 Homesites &
125 Lots
LOTS FOR RENT! Move In
Special! Briarwood Mo-
bile Home Comm. 4002
Smith Ryals Rd, Plant
City. 813-737-211('
ODESSA AREA 60x125,
gated community ac-
cess to ski size lake,
boat ramp, swimming &
picnic areas, large oak
trees. Call 813-363-6318
PLANT CITY 1.29 acre lot
$33,500. Owner fin., Zero
down. 813-650-8601
Riverviewonly2 left! New
gated comm., Across
from Alafia River.
Choose your builder.
Domres R.E. Lic Broker
813-672-0717
CLASSIFIED
IS CONVENIENT

Sun City Ctr. Area
$40,000 for acre lot
Call Matt 813-781-3378
or Dennis 813-927-4669
BUILDERS DREAM
4 Vacant Lots, $75,000
506, 508, 510 & 512 E.
James St. 813-948-7983
Email:
ipsguys@aol.com
1137 | Villas




BOCA RATON charming
3/2 Lincoln wood Vil-
lage, private communi-
ty, pool tennis, club-
house. Shopping &
churches nearby 1 mile
to beach. freshly
painted, scrubbed va-
cant, ready today!$325k
obo (772) 64-8934
i Florida Real
138 Estate

BREAK OUT OF THE CITY
and wake up on Vaca-
tion Every Day 3 Newly
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with 2 car garage each
on 1 acre in Chiefland
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138 Estate

North Florida Land Sale
Madison and Suwannee
County. High and Dry. 10
acres. From $37,955.
$495.00 down and
389.00 monthly. Jim
Jean Real Estate
1-800-722-5326
www.jimiean.com
PORT ST. LUCIE, INDIAN
LAKES, VERO, NORTH
PORT CHARLOTTE &
PALM BAY LOTS Owner
Fin Avail. Prima Proper-
ties 561-575-1440 Check
our web site for prices,
sizes & maps www.pri-
ma-properties.com
River Bargain with direct
access to the Harris
Chain of Lakes in Lake
County. 3BR/3BA, Large
Workshop, Screened La-
nai with new hot tub. Re-
cently remodeled. Boat
house with dock and
boat lift. Extra water-
front lot included.
$279,0000.352-694-2345
WAKE UP TO Vacation Ev-
eryday! N. Central Flori-
da Land Sale. 1-5 acres.
Owner Finance Avail-
able. 15 yrs @ 8.5% In-
terest. Thompson
Group. Inc. Owner/Bro-
ker Carl-Anne Powell
Agent 352-378-4814
ttgcarri@aol.com
www.NFLLAND.com
11431 Out Of State
20 Acres. No Down.
$158/month. Eastern
Oklahoma. Trees.
360-739-6460
A free brochure and pro-
motional key chain.
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Homes & Land, Inc., we
offer the best mountain
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Lots. $0 Down/$0 Inter-
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Mountain Air Large
wooded homesites,
spectacular views,
streams. Borders Na-
tional Forest and Cataw-
ba River! Priced to sell,
excellent financing! Buy
now, build when ready.
Call 888-253-0699 JLPC
BAHAMAS Oceanfront
Lots Rum Cay first
phase pricing as low as
$100K. Financing avail-
able. White sandbeach-
es, azure blue water,
world class fishing & re-
laxation. Call Fred
772-263-3776 Real Es-
tate of Florida.
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MOUNTAINS MUST SEE.
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for Free Brochure.
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64 Murphy, NC 28906
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from your own Mtn top.
On 3.47 acres. Screen
deck, patio, full base-
ment, garage.
4br/3.5ba, 3500sqft.
Could be great specialty
B&B. Buy Owner. $279k.
602-920-6379
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COME TO THE MOUN-
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Dreaming of moving to
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Bargain prices on wood-
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homesites on gorgeous
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lowest interest rates!
Call (866)334-3253, x 710
or www.cherokeeval-
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ELLIJAY, GEORGIA Beau-
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in gated community. 4
lakes and trout stream.
Will be listing with agent
buy now and save.
$132,000 (770) 495-7558
GEORGIA Historic St.
Mary's Coastal Commu-
nity, Cumberland Har-
bour. Homesites cano-
pied b ancient oaks,
edged by beautiful wa-
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vistas, ocean access.
Early purchase incen-
tives &selection reser-
vations. Information
1-888-231-5263.
LAKE ACCESS BARGAINS
1+ Acres $22,900. 3.5
Acres $29,900. Beauti-
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South Carolina location.
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limited time! Financing
Call 1-866-288-5446,
x163 www.sclake-
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1+ Acres- $22,900. 3.5
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flully wooded lake ac-
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South Carolina location.
Enjoy day dock/boat
slips. Includes 10% end-
of summer savings- lim-
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Call (866)288-5446X 164.
www.sclakefront.com.
Mid Tenn Mts 5 acres.
Beautiful Mountain top
home site w/ wood and
river access, $24,900
Owner Financing
931-445-7302
MURPHY, NC. 3300 sq ft
3br 2ba custom built
home, sunken living
room, formal dining
room, master bedroom
w/sunroom, large well
insulated outbuilding,
775 sq ft easily converts
to guest house easy ac-
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Meandering Branch 9/V2
acre $338,000.
800-473-2709.
Pictures and virtual tour
go to: mctaggart
realestate.com MLS
81792.
N.C. Mountains
Cabin/S84.900
4 acres w/new log cabin
shell in secluded set-
ting. Other acreage
available with stunning
views! Excellent financ-
ing. 828-247-0081.
NC MURPHY Creekfront
1 acre flat lots on paved
road, in area of nice
homes. Have septic per-
mits. $29,000. Owner
1-800-640-5495
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS 4 acres w/
new log cabin shell in
secluded mountain set-
ting. State Park & Lakes
nearby, $84,900. Acre-
age avaliaboe w/ stun-
ning views. Excellent fi-
nancing. 1-828-247-
0081.
NORTH GEORGIA MTNS
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1-877-632-1192
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to the TN River/KY Lake.
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www.realtyandtim-
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Cecelia: 615-419-1881
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1143 1 Out Of State |
RECREATIONAL PROPER-
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Great Cabin Site Excel-
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$19 900 Owner Financ-
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TENNESSEE ESCAPE
Large parcel 2.0 ac par-
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Creek. Gated Entrance,
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LAND Ext. 020290
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1-888-292-5253 Grey-
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3Bdrm,21/2BA,1884SF
Wood Floors. Located
on 2 1/2 Acres. $169,900.
Owner/Agent. Phone:
931-670-1304
WESTERN NC MOUN-
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Where there is Cool
Mountain Air, Views &
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& Acreage. CALL FOR
FREE BROCHURE OF
MOUNTAIN PROPERTY
SALES.(800)642-5333.
Realty of Murphy. 317
Peachtree St Murphy,
NC 28906 www.realtyoT-
murphy.com.
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$$ (866)411- 5263 Bear
River Lodge/ Landtrust.
RIGHT OFF THE PARK-
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& mountain stream just
off the Blue Ridge Park-
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acres & 2,100 sq.ft. log
home package.
(800)455-1981,Ext. 405
Buy Mountain Land Now!
5 acres, high altitude
spectacular view, paved
road, driveway, house
site $35,000. Owner fi-
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Call owner (800)810-
1590. www.
moutainoverlookproper-
ties.com
GRAND OPENING Oct. 2nd
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Waterfront and access
parcels. Marina with
launch. Starting at
$19,900. Limited ap-
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14 & i. Wd." New 05'
L .i. 24.'900
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Banks (863) 688-4635
Lakeland Nearl-4&98
14x70 MOBILE HOME. For
Sale. MUST BE MOVED.
813-737-3349
CAN WE HELP? PALM
HARBOR HOMES FAC-
TORY STORE HAS
HOMES AVAILABLE FOR
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY.
CALL TO SEE IF YOU
QUALIFY FOR PHH AS-
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2832.
SE Lakeland, Purchase'98
2BR/2BA 16x66 w/CH/A
& more for $19,995 or
Rent to Own $4000
down. Move In Now.
May trade boat etc.?
Owner 863/293-0950
Mobile
155 Homes In
Parks
DOUBLE WIDE FUR-
NISHED for sale, Coun-
try Meadows Adult
Park, Plant City Fl. Eat In
Kitchen, Dining Rm, Liv-
ing Rm, Screened Fl Rm,
Attached Work Shed
and small garage
$25,000. (813) 752-043
P.C. 1987 d/w needs work
but can own in 20 mos at
regular payments. Ap-
proval by park required
or lot rent 813-391-2316
PLANT City, Manitee 1972
M.H. 12X61, Remodeled
8 yrs ago. Converted
from 3/2 o 2/1. Big bath
kitchen & living rm. All
new cabinets & plywood
floors. No rotten wood.
Paint & Wallpapaer, 4
ton pack A/C works exc.
Stove & Micro, DW, G/D
& vert blinds. Prof in-
stalled roofover. Must
See. Serious inqONLY.
great Deal $5,000.
813-478-2977
PLANT CITY, MUST sell in
Magnolia Hills, Gated
55+ retirement Com-
munity. Fleetwod 24X64
M.H. Modern upgrades.
Call for all details.
813-759-2909
SEFFNER, 99' 2br/2ba
14x66 Appliances in-
cluded, new carpet, exc
cond Shows like new
$23, 000 obo. Call
813-758-4410
Sheldon Rd Area, 3br,2ba
in family mobile park.
Ownerfinancing.
1 813-748-8588


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MUST SEE! 1998 Jacobsen
24x44 1100 SFT. 2b-2b,
car port, nice kitchen, all
appls, back porch, and
more.. 28k o.o.o. Call Ed
.(813) 355-1342
Mobile
165 Homes With
Property
SPRINGHEAD, Handyman
Special MH 14x56 2BR
on 1.25 acre fenced yard
with remote gate open-
er, 10x15 storage shed
32 ft aboveground pool
$44,900. Nice area.
813-752-8142
180
Commercial Prop.
Lease

1180B Ofc Space
180B Lease

East Tampa-Commercial
/Business/Office Space
For Rent. 810sf w/
bathroom & A/C. $800/
mo. 2705E.HannaAve.
Call 813-690-2354
HYDEPARK
Historic restored
Victorian house. Circa
1898, 2nd fir, 1800 sf, 6
office suite 2 bathrms, 1
fpl, hrdwd firs.
$2900/mo. Property Pro,
813-835-7747
Plaza Place, SouthShore
Office Park Sun Point
Shopping Cntr
Banking/Office/Retail
All sizes 813-641-2800
www.PhaganDev.com
Warehouse
180D Business
Park Space
1,000 to 2,000 sq. ft.
Office/Warehouse
Easy access 1-75/hwy 60
333 Falkenburg RdN.
Ken Foster, Inc. .E. Bkrs
On site, or call 689-4492
East Tampa-Commercial
/Business/Warehouse
Space. 5000sf, 50'x100'
w/20' high block walls.
$2,000/mo. 2705 E.
Hanna Ave. 813-690-2354
190
Commercial Prop.
Sale

19B Commercial
10B| Sites Sale

Riverview area, busy
corner, lot zoned CN,
great area for medical
bldg. Call for details:
Domres R.E. Lic Broker
813-672-0717
Commercial
190D & Industrial
Buildings
BRANDON, Great Loca-
tion 109 N. Kings Ave.
next to Babe's Pizza V1
block from SR60. $490K
813-657-7300 or
941-756-2853
Ofc Condos
190E Ofc Bldgs
Sale
PALMA CEIA Dental office
in prime location
offered. 1700+ sf, Well
established dental
practice also available.
813-831-4341
iOF I Apartment
190F Houses

WINTER HAVEN, 22 units
on lake, new roof, Indry
fac. 1 mi to Hosp. Nets
$10k + per mrno. Needs
TLC/Quick close. $865K
772-220-4019
Investment
190J Property
Sale
DOWNTOWN PLANT CITY
commc'l property zoned
Cl, 2300 sf bldg, 2 cent.
ACs on 1.25 acres. High
traffic area. $169,000.
Must sell. 813-478-7778
SEMINOLE Heights Area!
HANDYMAN SPECIAL!!
3/1 1200' plus Bunga-
low, corner lot. Will Sell
$124K. Andy Reid,
Bay Vision Realty
(727)463-8382
TAMPA HEIGHTS HOME
HANDYMAN SPECIAL!!
3/11500' HOMES NEEDS
TLC. WILL SELL $94k.
ANDY REID,
BAY VISION REALTY, INC.
(727) 463-8382
200-249
Rentals

12001 Rooms/Rent I
BUSCH BLVD
Value Inn
Weekly rates from $159+
tax. Guest laundry.
2523 E. Busch Blvd.
Efficiencies & rooms for
rent, Day/Week. Down-
town location. Apply
Wilson Ct Motel 301N.
Thomas 813.752-1227
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DOWNTOWN TPA, One
Laurel PI 4/3 penthouse,
your 2/1 awesome
view, all apple, W/D pool,
jac, 14hr sec $750 + sec
813-404-7323
S204 I Apts. Fum.
BAYSHORE-1 block
beautifully remodeled
studio w/pool. Utilities
& deluxe pkg satellite
incl. $800/mo. Immed.
occup. 813-220-2736
BAYSHORE-1 block
beautifully remodeled
studio w/pool. Utilities
& deluxe pkg satellite
incl. $800/mo. Immed.
occupy. 813-220-2736
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Free Cable. Senior dis-
counts. El Dorado Apts
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BUSCH AREA, 2 or 3 BR,
Pets okay, fenced yard
W/D hookup, enclosed
back patio.
Good Price, Wont Last!
Call 813-766-2119
FREE 1/z MONTHS RENT
MOVE-IN BY 9/15
1 & 2 BR's, Nice & Clean
Plant City
813-754-2200
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selection of musical in-
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eled 1BR Condo in gated
commty. Tennis, giant
pool, lounge, parking,
/W, balcony. Sm.pets
OK $495 (727) 848-4335
NEW TAMPA 2BR, 1BA,
1085sf, screened porch,
pool, laundry. $750/mo.
plus security deposit.
Ready Now.
Call 813-781-6848
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's &
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
plari Cr,'
SUMMER SPECIAL
$200 off 1st months Rent.
1 Bedrooms $420
Very Clean, Must See!
Grove Court Apts
813-752-7398
SOHO
807 S. Howard Ave.
2/1$925 & $875
hard wood floors, pool,
PRIME location
Call 813-300-4501
ST. Joseph Medical Distr.
$499*
Any Size Apartment
*Limited Oaffer
*Sparkling Pool
SFitness enter
-Screened Porch
CALL TODAY! 234-8981
Tampa Bay Waterfront at
Lux. Grand Bellagio.
1,2,3 Br 2 Ba Some w/
Balcony/Den & Garage.
Concierge 727.744.0177
www.baytogulf.com
Want Ads
TEMPLE TERRACE
Puritan Place*
Affordable community!
Spacious 1,2 & 3 Br Apts
Recently Renovated ext
New Playground, 2 pools!
Picnic &Bar-B-Q Area,
Great Neighborhood
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Income guidelines apply
for move-in specials
call 813-988-6112
WESTPORT COMMONS
SEC. 8 APTS/NEW!
1-2-3 Bedrooms
Dishwasher, carpeting,
laundry room, central
a/c, playground,
ated community.
SE HABLAESPANOL
Call Connie:
(813) 254-1436 or
254-5816
BEST DEAL IN TOWN
APT OF RIVER OAKS
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THONOTOSASSA Lrg 1br,
secluded Country
setting on lake w/boat
dock. Util incl $250/wk
or $1200/mo
813-707-8633
LIn Houses I
210 Unfurnished

Apollo Beach Area
3br, 2a,2cg,
NEW lakefront home
in Kings Lake
$1195'/mo
813-503-7324
BRANDON
3br, 2ba, 2cg, Lake front,
in Providence Lakes.
$1175./mo
813-503-7324
BRANDON Grove 4br
2ba, 2cg pool home.
Private fence. Near
good schools! $1200/mo
Izst mo. + sec. NO
PETS. 813-361-5464


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210 Houses
11 Unfurnished

BRANDON/Seffner 3br
22ba lc 2 sty. New.
Ready 09/15. 1308sf (liv)
1827 (total) all ap(l's,
yd maint $950-$1100mo
813-657-3458/505-1039
BRANDON/VALRICO 4510
Mohican Trail 3br/2ba,
1670sf fplc DR scr la-
nai, Ig fncd yard, 2cg.
Available Oct. 1st.
$1250/mo. 813-767-4673
BUSCH GARDENS AREA,
7013 N. 40th St. 2br/2ba,
CHA, $750/mo. 1st, last,
sec. Rent incl wa-
ter/sewer/ garb/lawn
care, alarm. Pets ok. Call
813-404-5713
CARROLLWOOD, Planta-
tion, 10315 Parkcrest Dr.
3br, 2ba, tile new
paint/carpet, W/D, all
appliances, scrnd patio,
fenced yd, small pet
allowed. $990/mo + $990
dep. 813-879-6800
ext.300
CHEVAL 4 br 3 ba, exec
home, country club liv-
ing oversized
deck/pool, oversized-
conservation lot.
813-948-7028.
Davis Island, waterview
of cruise ships, 2/2, until
rm, nice yrd w/ pond
Great for Entertaining
Exc cond $1500/mo
813-251-5477; 368-6366
DOVER, CUTE, lbr/lba,
h/a, part furn, nice quite
neigorhood, fenced
yard, $475.813-477-4646
FAIRGROUNDS area near
MLK. 3 br,2 ba, 1 car gar,
new firing. $950/mo.
Available now. Pets OK.
3626 Sugar Creek Dr.
813-334-7201
LAND 0 LAKES *NEW
HOME IN OAKSTEAD
COMM*1625 SQ FT
HUGE GARAGE. 3BR,
2BA. $1300/MO INCL
(WTR, GAS, LAWNCARE)
CALL JIMMY @
727-235-4472 OR
201-310-0394
LAND 0' LAKES New
house, all appliances,
alarm system, 3br 2ba,
tile, 2 car garage,large
backyard. $1200 nego-
tiable. 813-966-1844

LUTZ, 3BR, 1BA,
1200sf on Heavily treed
1 acre county water



gated neighborhood on
pond, 2700 sq ft, many
upgrades, only $1795

NEW SUBDIVISION
GRAND OPENING!
OPEN MON-SAT 10-5PM
SUN 12-5PM.
Masonry 3-4 br, 2ba
w/gar. Low down, Low
monthly .payments,
easy qualifying. 56th
Street, go 2 alks W. on
Slig h.
American Housing
(813)264-9950
NeW Tpa/Wesley Chapel
Seven Oaks, New 3/2/2
vault, ceils, comm pools,
tennis crts, fitness center
clubhouse $1150/mo.
Chris 813-741-2912
PLANT CITY, lbr Iba
Block home, AC Carpet-
ed, No Pets, $135/wk
incis Water & Sewer,
813-967-3607
PLANT CITY 4BrlBa
located off main Hwy, 2
car carport With utility
shed inback yard, $1000
813-7520546
PLANT City brand new
3/2, NICE neighborhood
$950. mo. 813-918-4141.
PLANT CITY WALDEN
LAKE3/2/22200+ssf. up-
scale home. Golf Comm.
$1,495/mo $1,200 Dep,
Pets OK, Lease opt pos
813-363-1666
RIVERVIEW Southpoint
3br 2ba 2cg, Fridge,
W/D, Micro cl. Cable
or Satilite ready,
No Pets,$1,200/mo
$ 813-624-20867 .
Seminole Heights,
2br/lba spacious
cOOsqft, carpet, ceiling
fans, CHA, Ig yard,
boaf/RV storage.
$850+ dep813-732-3232
SOUTH TAMPA
2/1 duplex $575.
2/1.5 Townhouse $750
2/1 Home, FR $775
2/1 Home, LR2 DR $775
2/2.5 Townhouse $1750
3/2 Home, FR $1750
4/3FR/fp $1950
Neal Bartley 813-837-2495
SUMMERFIELD
3br, 2ba, 2cg, close to 1-75
S 995./mo

813-503-73024
TEMPLE TERRACE area
sm/cozy 2br Iba cot-
tage overlooking river,
good credit, no pets,
year lease, SecDep.
+ month $485/mo
4903/ E Riverhills Dr
2 813-985-05122
Trinity-Heritage Springs.
55+ new 3br, fam rm,
Liv., Din., 3CG, scrnd la-
nai. Lawn maint. &
country club membership
incl. 1 year lease req.
$1,750/mo. Avail Oct 1st.
Call 954-255-1073
Spot Advertising Works


210 Houses I
21 I Unfurnished
Turkey Crk & Durant Rds.
3 bdrm 1 ba. 1300 sqft.
$850/month + $850 dep
No pets. Section 8 ok.
Karen Brosseau Realtor
813-625-2276.
VALRICO Brand new
home, 4br's 1950sf, on
cul de sacw/lanai,
Month of Sept FREE rent.
$1500/mo Call
813-416-6751
WALDEN LAKE, exclusive
home 1900 sf 4br/2ba,
screened pool w/d,
$1400mo+ utilities
$1000.dep lyrlease
required 813-719-3028
WESLEY CHAPEL, near 54
& 1-75.3 br 2 ba,1 CG on
1 acre lot cer tile &
crpet, W/Dhkup, apple's
incl. $1050/mo. $90sec
dE 813 92 50F1
WESLEY CHAPEL 4 2 ',:g9
brand new home- all ap-
pliance incl. Never lived
in. $1150 per mo. incids
cable. 813-855-3561
(813) 855-3561
WESLEY CHAPEL, new
home 4 br 2 ba, 2 cg,
fncd bkd, cl ose o
schools & 1-75. Conven.
location. $1150/mo.
813-469-1453
YBOR CITY, 2 br, 1 ba all
tile, CHA, sec sys, W/D
Hkup. $625/mo & $625
dep. Must see. 920 1/2 E
lth Ave 813-960-1019
Se Habla Espanol
S2121 Condominiuml
Apollo Beach Waterfront
Condo, 1st fir, 2BR, 2BA,
furnished/ unfurnished,
pool, tennis, cable/
water incl. $90/mo
Call (813)645-0737
DAVIS ISLAND Wtrfrnt
2br/2ba, W/D, sn rm,
pool, gated, cov pkg,
walking distance to
everything, rent
negotiable 813-785-1780
TOWN N' COUNTRY
North Bay Village Condo
1100sf, gated comm,
2br/2ba, screen patio,
very clean $895/mo
813-661-9068
TOWN N' COUNTRY,
Tudor Cay 2/1 new car-
pet, new file, new paint,
new cabs, new ref!g.
pool, tennis, racket bal
Water& Cable incl. $730
+ sec 813-404-7323
1212A I Townhouse
Apollo Beach, 2br/2ba,
screened lanai, brand
new, pool cable, water,
sewer incl. All new appl.
Never Occupied $950mo
941-721-8640
Citrus Park 2br/2.5ba/
lecg. Brand New at Cy-
press Cove. On Line-
augh. .5mi from Veter-
ans. Brand new apple's.
$1300mo. 813-891-9917
DAVIS ISLAND, 2br 1.5ba,
lcg TH, W/D, porch,
fncd yd, spare fridge,
$1150/mo. mcl lawn svc.
813-205-5152 geocities.
com/danube406
NEW TAMPA, Live Oak
Preservegated comm.
Lrg 3br/3batwnhm 2cg,
cable, W/D, alarm
$1200/mo 888-852-3086
small pet OK
NEW TAMPA, Meadow
Pointe, 2 br, 2.5 ba,
enclosed lanai, 1200 sf,
all apple's. Gated.
$1000/mo. incl. water.
$1000 dep. 813-363-8111
SOUTH TAMPA/UT AREA
3br, 2.5ba, 2cg, 2 story,
gated, WD, hardwood
floors, vault ceil.
$1600/mo. Call
813-250-1891
SOUTH Tampa,-
Westshore, new, 2 br,
w/den, 2.5 ba, 2CG, 2100
sf, new appl's, sec sys,
Lease w/opt. AVl 9/1.
$1650/mo. 813-220-6456
WATERCHASE Luxury
Townhome for lease in
gated community, 3br
/2 ba 2cg Available oc
cupancy uct 1st. call
Frank at 813-546-1684
215 Mobile
i" Homes
1 BrApts&1&2Bedrm
MHs. mile S of 14 on
Forbes Rd. 813-752-5234
ANTIOCH 2br, Iba, mh
$425 mo $200 deposit
NO PETS 986-2737
Durant, 2br/lba, new
appliances, shady park.
813-737-2435
DURANT 2br MH w/CHA
Completely Furnished,
NO PETS! Ref's,
$400/mo + $200 Dep.
12-6pm; 813-737-2320
DURANT Area 2BR/1BA
private lot, NO PETS,
813-737-2108
FAIRGROUNDS area,
2br/2ba $500/mo +
$300/dep; 2br/lba
$475/mo +'$300/dep.
W/D hkup, CHA, No Pets
813-716-0345
KEYSVILLE Area 14x65 2
BR nice large lot $600
mo plus deposit & refer-
ences 813--737-4173
Plant City 1BR furnished,
clean, large private lot,
cable, water, garbage
included. References &
Credit Check. $375/mo.
Call 813-766-0970
CLASSIFIED WORKS


1 I Mobile
2IU Homes

Plant City-2 &3BR MH's &
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F813-754-6932
PLANT CITY 3BR/1BA on
/2 acre private lot,
fenced, CH/A W/D
hook-up clean $500. mo
Plus $530 deposit Please
Call 813-787-4480 or
813-753-1880 after
9PM
PLANT City Asthma Suf-
fers hardwood floors
3br/2ba, w/d hook-up,
on I acre. $775. mo, plus
deposit. 813-759-6467
220 Travel Trailer
220 Lots For Rent
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's &
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
S Beach
230 Rentals

DIRECT OCEANFRONT.
Enjoy breathtaking
views of the Atlantic
Ocean from the living
room, dining room,
kitchen and master bed-
room of this beautifully
decorated, 2BR/2BA,
second-floor vacation
condo. Elegantly fur-
nished and fully ap-
pointed; just bring your
suitcase. One-month
minimum rental. Call
Troy at Triangle Realty
Rentals and mention
code "Getaway".
386-547-9739 or 800-
358-2943.
SNOOK FISHING? Opens
9/1. Lil Gasp Isle 3Br 3Ba
home, 2 docks, 5 mile
private beach, bay to
each. Wkly/monthly
727-510-8983
I Waterfront
231 Rentals

Apollo Beach Outstand-
.ng view' Waterfront
Condo 2'2. boat dock.
new appl. 3 month lease.
etokay. $1.200 mo 1 i.
Call (813)389 5066
BAYSHORE, 2br/2/2ba, 2
story, hd wd, tile & car-
pet, new apple, W/D, bal-
cony's pvt gar ent, sec
gate $I500/mo + sec
Avail Sept 813-837-4837
LAND 0 LAKES, 2br, 2ba +
den, secluded on big
Lake Thomas, u grades,
incl detach 1LG scr rm
facing lake. $950 + dep
813-996-3229o *892-0238
250-299
Employment
Services

12901 Jobs Wanted
WILL HAUL Trash, Junk,
Clean Sheds, Yd & Tires,
Anything! I'LL DO IT.
737-3351 763-3745


Employment

13051 Professional
DISPATCHER/
RECRUITER
EastTampa
Interview, hire assign
CDL ClassA & B Drivers
to temporary jobs. Req

custservskills&
attentionto detail.
Staffing and/or
transportation industry
exp aPLUS!EEOEand
AAEmp. Fax resume to
GPC Driving at
407-877-8192 or emailto
cherishamblin@
gpcstaffing.com
315 | Insurance |
AGENT/CSR Prs. Lines Ag.
Bilingual. Sal. + comm.
+ ben.813-889-0019
S3201 Medical I

CNA'S
Loveable, Dependable,
caregivers, Autumn
Assist Living 1307 E.
Baker 813-752-1648
CI hild Care
33 Positions

CHILD CARE needed In
MY home for 5 mo old
boy, No special needs,
holidays off, exp neces-
sary, light housekeep-
inga plus salary nego.
Call Terry Peter
707-0253 to interview.
CHRISTIAN PRE-SCHOOL
needs teacher for infant
& 2 yr olds, experience
preferred. 813-707-1135
1340 1 Hospitality

ABC PIZZA
Now Accepting Applica-
tions for all positions.
Apply with-in1 14 N.
Alexander St
COOK & BAR STAFF
FT/PT Toucan's, 4944 E.
Busch. 980-1808 M-F, 2-6
COOK for WESTSHORE
Pizza 1701 S. Alexander
St, Plant City. Must be
Experienced. Apply in
person,754-5600
General Manager, Casual
Chain, 40K pk. Fax
resume 813/569-1776
Class 584 is your ticket to
Boating Adventure!


13401 Hospitality I
KITCHEN HELP F/T. &
Waitresses Apply in per-
son Chancy Catfish
Shack, N. Park Rd
754-0477 or 752-7224
Mariner's Club
Bahia Beach Resort
New resort property is
seeking enthusiastic
People forthe following
positions:
*Cashir/Host
*Bussers
Line cooks
*Pantry cooks
Dishwashers
Hk/Houseman
*Relief Night Auditor
Apply in person at:
611 Destiny Drive
www.marinersclubba
hiabeach.com

Restaurant
A Company with
Opportunity foryou!!

PONDEROSA
STEAKHOUSE
As part of our LOCAL
Growth we are seeking
Talented managers who
Want to make a differ-
ent! Come along with us
as we Continue our jour-
ney to Become the un-
disputed Leader in the
family Steakhouse seg-
ment!

MANAGERS
Our commitment to your
Quality of like includes:
S5 day workweek
No late nights
Advancement
Immed. Benefits
PLANT CITY AREA!
Fax resume to
412-257-3699
e-mail dfpondo@com-
cast.net


L40 I.egal
349 Positions

APPLEBEE'S
of Plant City, now hiring
Hosts & Servers.
Accepting Appliaction
Mon-Fri 2-4 PM,
1204 Towngates Court
ICn | Clerical/ .
350 Secretarial

ZHaba Espanol?
Recruiter office. High
energy, strong people
skills &great attendance.
Fluent Spanish & Excel-
lent English. Interview,
data entry phone
Mon Fri. Joe @ Lakeland
863-686-5356 or Bev @
Tampa 813-663-0394
S360 | Trades
Aluminum Installation
Persons. Must have exp.
in screen and glass
rooms carports and
wood framing. Sub-
contract or hourly. Our
Truck & tools or yours.
F/T. Call Keith at:
813-717-9177
AUTO SERVICE TECHS
Chevrolet of Dade City
has great opportunities
for ETxp Auto Techs. We
oferaclean, cool, well lit
shop with the most
updated equipment.
Compensation & benefit
plan that is the best in
the industry & a
management staff that
truly cares aboutyou!! if
you are unhappy w/the
job you have now, you
owe it to yourself to at
least take a look at the
ret opportunity we
nave available for you.
Come join the family at
Chevrolet of Dade City
Send resume or apply in
person at Chevroet of
ade City 10741
Highway 301 Dade City
Phone:352-567-1222
or fax 352-567-9557
EOE DFWP
CABINET Maker/Lamina-
tor, speciality fab shop,
10 yrs exp, good bene's.
DFWP. Jim, 813-677-8790
CABLETECHS- III
Cat5& fiber optics. Proj.
mgmt exp. RAMS/PSG
800-577-1808 x223
jr.redwine@
RAMSInc.net EOE/DFWP
DRY CLEANERS- Exp'd
Presser Needed. Seffner
813-684-4955 or
727-644-6950

JOIN

US
Foreman with valid FI
Class D lic. installing
underground conduit.
Call April 813-967-5219
MACHINIST-Job shop.
Must have own tooIs.
Benefits, vac. insur-
ance, etc. 8-4:30. J&W
Machines 813-626-1156


THIS
Mechanic-Bulk carrier
has opening for exp'd
Tractor/Trailer Mech.
w/own tools. CDL Class
A +. M-F 7-5:30, Sat.
7-noon Full benes pkg.
Call 1-800-741-6800
Place an ad in class 431
for computers and
equipment and see how
many "bytes" you get!


360 1 Trades 375 Driver/
MECHANIC general, basic Delivery
knowledge of diesel & DRIVERS,CDLAORBWith
gas eng. Dependable Clean MVR. For F/T De-
trans oration & own livery and Unloading Of
tools. ill (813) 752-4471 Roofing Materials. Re-
PIPE CREW: peat Heavy Lifting. Ex-
Foreman Pipelayer cellent Pay and Bene-
Tailman, Hillman and fits: Paid Medical Vaca-
Laborers. Call Larkin tion 401k. EOE/DFWR
813-621-0851 DFWP 877-175-7663 ext. 63
JO IN DRIVERS Class D Drivers
License. & Clean Record
JO IN^ for Dade City landscape
U S^ operation IMMEDIATE
HELP NEEDED! DFWP.
u s 352-588-2235
PipeForemen Drivers. Experienced In-
Track Hoe Opr dependent Contractors
NeededatRlPA TEAMS! Barr-Nunn
DFWP/EOE GUARANTEES 99cents
813/662-6777 per gallon fuel! 99% no
PLUMBING-Best Co. In touch, 99% paid tolls
Twn. Sign-On Bonus. and se! CaRO DOWNll Di Lease
Van/truck req.NoDUIs Purchase! Call Dirk
Svc Mgr for 2 counties (866)207-5479.
SField Sup,2rs svc ex Drivers
Service Tech, exp prefd
813-477-2618 Home Daily and Week-
WELDER/MIG: Steel ends. Earn $700 $1000
Fabrication Exp'd. per week. Apollo based
Call 813-41-2700 latbed terminal has
openings call quick!
A Dock Full of Deals inthe Contact Melissa at:
Boating Classifications 1-877-428-5627. EOE
everyday! DRIVERS LCT wants you!
Experienced Plumbers & Immediate processing
Mechanics needed at Ig for OTR drivers, solos,
commercial project. teams, CDLA/HAZ re-
Good Pay and Benefits. quired. Great Benefits
Call 800-763-6274 99-04 Equipment Call
toapply. EOE. now 1-800-362-0159, 24
hrs
370 | sales OWNER OPERATORS*
Sales OPPORTUNITY! *Southeastern Fleet*
Sales OPPORTUNIY! F.E.E. Invites You! $1.02
TRUGREEN CHEMLAWN, er mile. Base Pates
the nation's large rovided.NoForcedDis-
Lawn Care company, is natch!i High Revenue
looking for people to reight.,Lease Purchase
earn our business from Proa w/pmt as low as
the ground up. For the /wk. (88)864-00
right person, we will of- 125/wk. (888)864-00
fer the opportunity of a
lifetime! Owner Ops, Drivers, Local
WEOFFER:E Competitive &OTR, dassACDL&lyr
BaseSalary exp req. Call813-654-3179
M Ag ressive Commis-
sion e Can ROUTES avail. PT work,
Great Benefits/401K FT pay. PM hrs. PU Truck
For more info Call Chris re'd.Valet Waste
813-659-4100 or Fax 1-877-5PICK-UP Ext. 1993
813-659-4110 TOW TRUCK Apply in
E.O.E.A.A.M/F/D/V person, 11207 Sheldon
SALES Rd. or Call 813-920-2525
OPPORTUNITY I I Employment
TruGreen Chemlawn. the 380 E pen ,
nations's largest Lawn General
Care company is
looking for people to A/C & Elect. Contractor
learn our business from seeks help. No exp. nec.
the ground up. For the Will train. 813-752-2468
righnperson, we will
onerthieopqortunity ALL KIDS ACADEMY
oTeah ooetime. t needs F/T P/T teachers.
813-752-4561
We Offer: AVON Career or PT. Call
*Competitive Base Salary Jennifer, Avon indep.
Agpressive Commission sales rep. 813-989-3390
Grean Benefits/40K or 1-800-332-2340
Greaenefts/401K LEANERSPOTTER/MGR
For more info, for Brandon area large
call Chris 813-659-4100 dry cleaning & shirt
Fax 813-659-4110 laundering plant.
TruGreen ChemLawn Manage 25 employees &
e.o.e. a.a. m/f/d/v tahe control of all
S Phases of plant
74 Tele- operations. Equipment
371 marketing knowledge&repaira+ .
eting 6 day wk. Fax resume &
APPT.SETTERS Have Fun! 813-6g-3756iorCall
Earn great $$! Sal.+ Bo- 165 -232356o all
nus 5-20hr.Exp.req. 654-2323
813-635-0826 ext. 400 CLEANING-OFFICE, P/T,
I i i |husband/wife team pre-
3 Driver/ ferred. 813-657-8022
"3' Delivery Construction & land-
scape helpers $7 Transp
A DRIVING FORCE! Driv- Req'd. Dixie Staffing
ers OTR Teams & Solo DFWP Lakeland 863-
Class A CDL Driver Re- 686-5356 Tampa
ferral/Safety Bonuses! 813-663-0394
401K, Paid Vacation,
Medical/Dental, New FOLIAGE TECHNICIAN
Equipment/Pay Pack- FT or PT. Experienced on-
age. Great Home Time! lycall 813-249-9074
1-877-882-6537 EOE F U R N I T U R E
Oakley Transport, Inc. MOVER/INSTALLER
Spot Advertising Works Hand tools, trans & DL
req'd. Immediate work.
Advertising Sales Assis- Apply in person: 1721 N.
tant: Newspaper Asso- Franklin St., Tampa.
ciation office, located in
Tallahassee, is looking GENERAL LABOR
for a sales assistant
with great communica- for Dade City landscape
tion skills to provide company. IMMEDIATE
support and customer HELP NEEDED! DFWP.
great benefits. Send re- GENERAL LABOR, Regular

gauirements to: mo- Benefits. Exp. working



32308.
DRIVER, Clean Class A LAWN CA RE CREW in
CL forcarhauler. t Dade City looking for
have er239-775-086st exp. help. IMMEDIATE
exp. HELP NEEDED! Plenty of
Driver COVENANT roomtomoveup.DFWP.
TRANSPORT Teams and 352-588-2235
Solos check out our new LINEMAN F/T-P/T to fuel
pay plan. Owner Opera- airport & general office
ors, Experienced Driv- maintenance. Must
ers, Solos Teams and have valid drivers li-
Graduate students. Call cense & pass a drug
888)MODRE PAY (1-888- screening. Start $7.50 hr
67-3729). Call StanD13-752-4710
Driver LOCAL MAINTENANCE Person
Commercial Carrier needed for large
has Class A CDL Community in Plant City.
driving opportunities Outside w.rk position
open in our and supe ifs.ersmpy-

Must learn f flatbed, 8-752-1674r
6 mo. driving ex.
MULBERRY TERMINAL MODELS/ACTORS Cream
has opportunities for of the Crop only, looks &
Class A w/hazmat and attitude a must. For
tankerend., recent National products & pro-
nwrads welcome, motions. Serious only.
As About Our $1000 (863)859-4824
New Hire Bonus for
Experienced Drivers. PACKERS For plastic Co.
1-888-562-9065 1st, 2nd & 3rd shifts
dr;vec,:.,r avail. Apply 1201 W. Dr.
--MLK Blvd. Plant City
S PACKERS- Plant City. 2nd
', & 3rd shifts $7.01-
,. .... 8.26/hr 813-655-5850.
PRODUCTION
HS diploma or equiv
DRIVER with van '96 or Sun-Thursllp-730a
newer and cell phone, RITA STAFFING
Full time 246-5745 813-754-5997


380 Employment
380 General

PROFESSIONAL THERA-
PEUTIC FOSTER Parents
Needed! Open your
Heart and Home to Emo-
tionally and Physically
Abused Children. Com-
pensation Ranges from
14,000 to $45,000 a
Year. Call The Mentor
Network. 1-
800-808-9282 www.the-
mentornetworker.com
Sponsored by The Men-
tor Network. and the
State of Florida Depart-
ment of Children and
Families
SEPTIC Tank installer
with Class A Driver Li-
cense. Apply in person
to ALderman's Septic
Tank @ 1108 Sparkman
RD. or 813-754-4897
SPRAY TECH needed for
Plant Entrance Nursery.
Licenses Required.
Apply at Amplex, 3304 N.
Frontage Rd, Plant City.
813-754-7003
TROP Fish Farm Hirig
FT/PT worker. Call
between 9AM-4PM ONLY
813-754-9100.
YOU NEED A HOME? WE
NEED A HOUSEKEEPER
& DRIVER. 813-754-6257
leave message
ATLANTA BASE CO being
expanded in the area, in
the Mortgage, Financial
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14001 | Misc for Sale |
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15' boat w/ trir & motor
$950; Window A/C $45;
Microwave $25- rattan
dble apason $50; go
cart $550 Kg Mattress
set, Seally $200; twin
wicker hdbrd $50; Love
seat camel colored $50;
assorted plants
352-583-3480
2000 Spa Pedicure chair
w/stool $1000. OBO.
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719-1149
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888-686-9005
BILLIARD TABLES 8ft Pool
Table Professional 1
Brazillian Slate, K66
Rails Leather Pockets
Pearl Sights Still
Crated, Cost $5K, Sell
$1250. Kit Available, Can
Deliver Tampa
813-273-8177,
954-553-5924,
407-660-1415.
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1400 1 Misc for Sale |

GOLFCARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Charers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
If you think crime doesn't
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wood FL 32722 (386)
801-4740 Fax (386)
740-8330.
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$110.00/ea Free Deliv-
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UPHOLSTERY
20 Yrs Exp, Free Esti-
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delivery. 863-853-8078
Place an ad in class 431
for computers and
equipment and see how
many "bytes" you get!
OFFICE Furniture Misc
Items, ALSO Misc
Strawberry Farming
Equipment. 757-4733
days or 752-7119 eves
SAWMILL-S2,695.00-
LumberMate-2000 &
LumberLite-24. Nor-
wood Industries also
manufactures utility
ATV attachments, log
skidders, portable
board edgers and for-
estry equipment.
www.norwoodindus-
tries. com-Free informa-
tion (800)578-1363
ext300-N.
1/s scale train, money
maker or personal use,
wholes 8 people, serious
inquiries ony, $13,995.
(727)596-307
TANNING BEDS, Pro Sun
model #2650. Good
Cond. $2000 obo For 2,
813-832-4178 784-4857

Want Ads
TRAIN Model one LGB
"G" Gauge PRR Mogul
engine w/ tender,
smoke & sound.
(LGB#2219S) 3 passen-
ger cars, transformer,
Grack, buildings & many
many extras. Mint cond.
$1000 813-839-1519
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Sunquest 1000S, like
new, extra bulbs, 74x30
110/120 outlet. $475
813-748-2069
Labor Day Special,
Closeout sales from
all-natural Swiss
cosmetics at Village
Hair. 5370 W Village Or,
Tampa. 813-962-0976 or
352-567-6141

400A Wanted

WANTED
Junk appi, alum sheds &
windows. Free pickup
S.Tpa 813-837-4081














14111 Super Savers
CHEST wooden 2 large


2250 watt new still in
box, $200.719-6384
EXERCISE Machine Wel-
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ness center Gym Like
New, $100.752-0289
FLEA market leftovers
clothes bedding, linens
etc $156.813-757-6183

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$175.0 e0 813-650-0595

GUITAR Electric
$200 813-650-0595
Kenmore electric range
almond, self cleaning ov-
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REFRIGERATOR $200.
OBO, NEEDS MINOR RE-
PAIRS 813-650-0595
RIMS, BMW e22 w/center
caps15" set of 4, $100
813-707-8017
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-24 #THECOURIERi*SEPTEMBER 2,2004


400A IWanted

EXCESS AND SURPLUS
ELECTRONICS WANTED!
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tion, Bar Code, Business
Inventory, Central Of-
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Boards, Components,
Controls, G.P.S., Insul.
Wire, I.P., Medical
Elects. Networking,
O.E.M. Elects., R.F., Tele-
com., Telephones, Test
Equip., Transmission,
WirelessTop Value for
Reuse Items. Tampa
813) 888-6249 Toll Free
-866-372-7270
OLD ROOFS WANTED
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c. # CBC010111)
WANTED!
DTV/Dish Network
Will pay cash & pickup.
813-786-3006
ALWAYS BUYING, 1 item
or house full, Antiques,
Collectibles, Furn., &
Misc. Prompt service.
813-719-6336,659-2412
$ Paying Cash $
forCD s/DVD's/VHS/
Video Games & Systems.
Call Rob 863-420-6647
MODEL HOMES NEEDED
For Lifetime Exterior
Painting. Call To See If
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WANTED: Used or New
Direct TV/dish network
satellite systems. We
pay top $. Same day
pickup 813-855-5253
$ PAID for all types of
jewelry. Looking for any
silver/gold merchan-
dise. Watches. Anything
of value! 727/804-7463

I Pay Cash
for Dish Network receiv-
ers. (813)843-2354
1401 Auctions
Auction-Sept. 11d 10am.
345+/- acres-divided,
homesites timberland
hunting. 518 Cool
Springs -Rd. Camilla, GA.
10% B.P. Rowell Auc-
tions, Inc. (800)323-8388
www.rowellauc-
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c002594.
402 Antiquesi
I Collectibles
Check out the neat an-
tiques and old fashioned
meat market at
Rick's Custom Meats
10252 SR 39 S. Lithia
EMPIRE Style sofa Circa
from 1870's, $1300 firm.
2 Recliners wing back
high legs both $400.
813-265-4971 leave msg.
Grandfather Clock, Her-
schede circa 1920s ex-
cellent condition, $3000.
Photos available via
e-mail 727-405-9960.
1403 | Kids Stuff
REDWOOD PLAYSETS
25% OFF + FREE
Installation! All sizes &
price ranges. Woodplay
813-792-5500; 662-3996

404 Hobby I
I Supplies
FLOOR LOOM Norwood
40" 4-Harness (813)715-
4268
' 405 IArt I
12 Pictures, Good Prints &
Strong Frames, Good
size pictures, Must see,
Willing to sell at a de-
cent price. 813-571-5688
14061 Jewelry I
Diamond & Blue Sapphire
Cluster Waterfall ring,
14K gold, Appr @ $2354.
Asking $1500 obo.
813-685-6982,760-1135
Diamond Platinum Ring,
amazing 3.35ct, center
stone 2.01 ct, VVS, cert.
appraised @ $17K, must
sell $8800,866-484-5723
Engagement Ring. 0.56 ct
diamond w/18 kt gold
setting, retails $3999.
Must sell! Asking $1999.
Call 727-919-0344.
ROLEX- BUY- SELL
Service-Selection.Yates
Jewelers, 1708 S.Dale
Mabry.813-253-2164.
ROLEX men's 2 tone, date
just, sapphire crystal,
orig. champagne dia. di-
al, pristine cond. Orig
box, paperwork. $3750
813-610-9009
1407 1 Diamonds I
Beautiful 2 carat diamond
engagement ring. Paid
$4000 will settle for
$3300 941-586-5445


1407 1 Diamonds I
DIAMOND 1.OOct VVS, E
Appr. @ $14,200 Sac
$3950; Spectacular,
natural & certified.
727-545-4299
DIAMOND RING Never
worn brilliant cut,
1.01ci, W/G, EGL cert.
Appraisal $8000- sell
$2800 obo. 352-686-9632
ENGAGEMENT Ring 1 Ct
Total Weight & WED-
DING Band1 CtTW. Paid
$2,500 will sell for
$1,200 OBO 813-263-3600
WHOLESALE
To The Public,
Tam adiamonds.com
813-486-6088
408 Stamps -
408 Coins-Books

Coins-Currency BUYING!
Tampa's Oldest Coin
Store. Top Dollar Paid,
Cash. 5802 N Armenia
813-879-6670
COINS, Currency, Bullion.
Buy Sell Trade Coin
Werx. BigTop Flea
Market D211 Sat & Sun
9a-4p 813-601-6940
WE BUY COINS!
Buying, selling, trading!
Over 38yrs of experience.
Buyidn Silver. We pay
top oliar. 813-792-2493
or 727-455-6196
1410 1 Furniture

ACCENT FURN.
ACCESSORIES,
ARMOIRS, BED-
ROOMS, DINING,
ENTERTAINMENT
CNTRS, LEATHER
& UPHOLSTERY,
MATTRESSES.
ALL MANUFACTURERS,
ALL STYLES
AMERICAN DREW, BOB
MACKIE JESSICA
MCCLINTOCK, BAUER,
ASHLEY AICO HOOKER,
HAMMARY, AMBIANCE,
ARTISON GUILD,
HUNTINGTON HOUSE,
CRAFTMASTER LEA,
JACQUELINE SMITH,
LEATHER TREND PU-
LASKI LARGO, BUTLER,
SAVOY HOUSE /TIN-
DALE LIGHTING C.R.
LAINE, KIMBALL HOME.
OPEN MO-SA Till 5:30pm
OPEN LATETHURSDAY
logansfurniture.com
4315 E. COLUMBUS DR.

813-630-4744

ACCENTFURN.
Accessories, Art,
Bedrooms Dining Rms.
Leather Gallery, Ent.
Centers, Mattresses &
Memory Foam. Several
Quality Lines. Aico,
American Drew, Pulaski,
Magnussen Home,
Wynwood, Ashely, Lea,
Kathy Ireland ome,
Leather Italia
4415 N. Clark Ave.
10a-6p Mon-Sat
www.elitewholesale
furniture.com
813-871-1147
ANTIQUE 1930's Duncan
Phyfe table with 6 chairs
& buffet, Needs minor
repair. $800.
813-967-0124

BED $100
Dbl plush Qu matt. SET.
New in plastic w/warr.
Can del. 813-870-0070

BED $100
Double sided Qn pillow
top, new, still in plastic,
can del. 813-926-8507

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

BED $175
Dbl sided Qu P/T set, new
w/warr. can del. KG
$295 813-871-1477

BED $199 KING
dbl sided pillowtop matt.
set. New, in plastic
w/warr. Can del.
813-870-0070
BED, $210 a king size mat-
tress set, new in plastic,
full warranty, can deliv-
er 813-380-6021
BED $250
All cherry sleigh bed,
solid wd. new, still in
boxes. Must Sacrifice!
813-870-0070. Can del.

BED $375
MEMORY FOAM SET
New. Qu coiless set. As
seen on TV w/warr.
Can deliver. 813-870-0070

BED $499
MEMORY FOAM set seen
on TV, NEW, gu, retail
$2K can del 813-871-1477
BED $70
Full size matt. set. New in
plastic w/warr. Can
deliver. 813-251-3134
BED, $85 A brand new full
size matt set. In plastic.
Full warr. Can deliver
813-380-6021


1410| Furniture |
BED, $90 a qn set, new in
plastic, fulwarr, can de-
liver 813-380-6021
BED-1 Jumbo King Ortho-
pedic no-flip pillow top,
2 box springs never
used, cost $1600, sacri-
fice $395.813-273-8177
Bed ALLTEMPUR
ortho-PEDIC Pressure
Relieving Visco Nasa
Memory Foam Mattress
As on TV
Cost $1699sell $449,
K cost$1899 sell 549
10yrwarranty can deliver
5 counties. All sizes avail.
SWEDISHBEDDING.COM
813-226-3022 or
727-733-9334 ANYTIME!
Bed
Bedrooms, Living, Dining
Rms & More! New, Top
Quality Furniture for less!
Wholesale
to the public!
Florida Wholesale Furni-
ture, Inc. 813-643-1388
BED SALE BEDS *
Bunk Beds New w/Mats.
$159
Twin Mattress Sets $125
Full Mattress Sets $159
Qn Mattress Sets $195
KingMattress Sets $295
New firm sets-Easy credit

B & B OUTLET
115S.EVERS ST
PLANT CITY
813-759-8864
BEDROOM $1000
All cherry wd sleigh bd, 2
nightsfands, dresser
mirror chest new,
retail $3K, sell $1000 can
del. 813-870-0070

BEDROOM $1350
Brand new solid wd.
Qn set. Dresser, tri-mir-
ror, 2 n.s. & chest.
Still boxed. Can deliver.
813-926-8507 www.
solidwoodbedrooms.com
BEDROOM $1600
Brand new, solid wd. set.
8.pc. Louis Phillipe style,
List $5K. 1st $1600 takes
it! Can del. 813-251-3134

BEDROOM $438
Brand new, 5pc cherry
set. New in box. Can
deliver. 813-870-0070
BEDROOM $485
New Complete 5pc sets
Incl Bed, Nstand Drsr/
Mr, Chest, 813-643-1388
BEDROOM 1-10pc
King
Solid Mahogany, no ve-
neers, ligh/dark finish.
4 poster/sleigh. All
drawers American
dovetail, never used still
in box. Includes large TV
armoire. Can deliver
cost $9,000 sell $2,600.
www.solidwood
bedrooms.com
813-293-7621

Bedroom 8pc King
Solid wood. Dovetail con-
struction. New in box.
Cost $3700; sell $1550.
813-293-7621
BEDROOM SET, King
Poster bed, oak,
Century, double dresser,
2 chest of drawers,
armoire $3900.
(941)358-3804
BEDROOM SET, Queen
Poster bed, oak/
wrought iron, optional
canopy, triple dresser,
ches of drawers,
2 night stands,$1800.
(94 358-3804
Bedroom, Thomasville
Bogart collection, 2
bachelor chest night-
stands w/granite top,
king poster bed, door
dresser w/landscaped
mirror & chest on chest,
1 yr old, barely used.
$7500.813-991-1636.

BEDS-CHEAP-BEDS
NEW-full mattress &
boxsprings $159. set
QUEEN Pillow Top Mat-
tress & Boxsprings $329.
Bunk Bed w/mattress
$159.

B & B OUTLET
115S.EVERSST
PLANT CITY
813-759-8864

BUNK BEDS $145
Iron or wood Futons,
lofts Avail. All sizes
Can Delv. 813-643-1388
CHAIR, Relax the Back Ze-
ro Gravity Chair, Grn Ithr
& Maple wd frame. New
$1400 sell $800 Mint
Cond 813-855-9528
CHURCH FURNITURE
Does your church need
Pews, Pulpit Set, Baptis-
ery, Crinkle Glass, Stee-
ple or Stain Windows?
Big SALE on new Cush-
ioned Pews and Uphol-
stery for hard Pews.
800-231-8360
Couch $475 Love $420
Chair $325. New Leather
Italian Top Grain
Can Del. 813-870-0070
COUCHES (2), Italian
leather, rust color, with
wood and ceramic tile
coffee and side tables,
only $700.813-841-4381
Want Ads


1410 1 Furniture I
Day Bed, Elliot White w/
Trundle $500. Antique
Day Bed, Night Stand &
Desk, $350. Armoire
$350.813-685-9329
DAYBED
Complete w/pop-up
trundle & 2 twin matts.
never used, sacrifice
$275 can del 813-926-8507
DINETTE $450 Brand New,
Hand Carved, Solid Oak,
w/leaf, & 6 Chairs. In
Boxes, can Delv. FW Fur-
niture Inc 813-643-1388
DINING $950
All cherry Queen Anne
style. Never used, still in
box. Must Sacrifice! Can
deliver. 813-251-3134
DINING 1-11PC
92" 2 pedistal tbl, all
cherry wd, 6 carved chrs
Ightd china, server, NEW,
retail $9K sell $1600
can del. 813-871-1477
DINING Furn, Ethan Allen
tbl seats 12.6Ctry Frnch
chrs. Beautiful China
cab w/ leaded drs. Exc
cond $2900 813-662-9429
DINING ROOM TABLE, 2
leafs, 6 chairs & hutch.
Dark wood. $500. Dover,
FL 813-659-0134
DINING TABLE
Large Italian Travertine
marble seats 8 ,
can deliver $1000 obo.
813-886-6367
DININGtbi new $600; DIN-
ING Suite antiq. Hinkle &
Harris- Virginia House
w/6chrs, buffet & dry
sink $1000 813-920-0717
Entertainment Ctr
All wood, cherry finish,
lighted w/beve[ed glass
doors, accommodates
up to 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
USED, sell for $1650. Can
deliver. 813-293-1743
Entertainment Center,
Beautiful Oak, 10x7, lots
of shelving, fits big
screen or reg. TV,exc.
cond. $450.813-616-0722
Entertainment Center,
cream, holds up to 36
TV, $500. Sofa, $150. Qn
bdrmset, brown lacquer
$500 813-876-0246
Entertainment Center
Black twin tower with
electronic bridge,
72"x80"x20" with
72"TV opening, round
glass door, excellent
condition, $350 obo.
813-598-4366
ENTERTAINMENT Center
custom made, Pink/
Peach Mica w/many
features $1,500; also
matching Buffet 3 draw-
ers, 2 doors, storage ga-
lore, $500 813-782-8605,
973-6561
FURNITURE CLOSEOUT
Sofa&LoveseatReg$695.
Sale $495.
Dinnet with 4 chairs $159
4 pc Bedroom set $289.

B&B OUTLET
115 S. EVERS ST
PLANT CITY
813-759-8864
FURNITURE
FOR SALE
solid hardwood table w/6
cained back chairs &
matching buffet, beige
Havertylift style elec-
tric reclier, Boyhill blue
upholsterer chair w/ott-
man 2 iron rattan bar
stools, 3 white wood
bars stools, full size
computer desk w/file
drawers, 8X11 area rug
w/flowered pattern an
high quality& in good
condition. easonabel
prices. Plant City
13-659-3747
Furniture-Moving Sale!
Nearly everything must
go! High-end dining
room ("Thomasyille
Hemmingway Series
12", seats 12, 8 hand
made chairs, $3500)
Ethan Allen Settee and
Wing Chair Oriental
Rugs, Desks, End Tables,
Bookshelves Recliners,
Occasional Chairs,
Waterford Crystal,
Books, Collectibles,
Original Arozi Oil
Painting ($5000).
Peter kitchen items and
more. Lutz 813-486-3860
Furniture Moving Sale.
Dress w/mirror, match-
ing bureau table, chairs
w/2 leafs, leather sleep
sofa & lovest $1100.
Much more-obo Tim
813-643-6274,
813-951-7651
FUTON $195
Oak, w/extra thick mat-
tress, new in boxes, cov-
er avail. 813-657-8449
FUTON
Medium oak, honey fin-
ish, 9 layer matt, new in
box, cost $625, sell $285
813-293-1743
LIVING RM SET classic
Mediterranean, 4 pc
with 3 gold inlayed ta-
bles with glass design.
$1800. 2 exotic unique
Japanese pieces with
jade inlay & design
$1000. Must see to ap-
preciate. 813-963-7411
Sell yourcamerain asnap
with an ad in class 426!


14101 Furniture |

MATTRESS $150
Qu pillow top. Baby soft.
New in plastic w/warr.
KING $198. Can deliver
813-870-0070

MATTRESS (1-2PC)
Extra thick Qn Ortho P/T
set, new still in plastic,
retail $1195, sacrifice
$250. Can deliver.
813-926-8507
MATTRESS, a qn pillow
top $150, new in plastic
fullwarranty can deliver
813-380-6021

MEMORY FOAM
MATTRESSES, ALL
SIZES, $300.00!
www.nasatechmemory-
foam.com/tt
TAMPA 813-612-5911
CLearwater 727-447-0957
LARGO 727-210-1098
THUR-FRI-SAT ONLY
MOVING SALE-Bedroom
set, 7pc solid oak,
sleigh bed cherry finish,
$1700. 7pc honey pine
bedroom set, $1600.4pc
Italian leather set
beige, $1500. 4pc light
brown leather set,
$2100. 3pc tweed sofa
setcamel, $1200. Maple
dining table, chrs &
hutch, $900. 3pc coffee
tbls, $175. All beautiful.
(727)441-1301
PATIO FURNITURE
High-end showroom pa-
tio inventory, top
names, 25% below
wholesale prices. Cash
only. Call 813-835-6099
or956-0068
POOL TABLE 4x8 Italian
1" Slate, lifetime warr.
Decorative pockets &
legs New in crate, access
$1450 .813-657-8449
ROLL Top desk w/chair &
light $1500 obo

813-785-0467

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,
beige, excellent
condition, $2800.
(941) 358-3804
Sofa $250 Love 225
Chair il17. Uphini. Nvew
mlli in plaihv a warr
Mus[ ..II' 81- 251 3134
Can delel-vr.
SOFA$385
MICROFIBER SET
Sofa $385. Love $345
Chair $185. New still in
box w/warr. Family
friendly. 813-870-C070
Can deliver.
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 3pc 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
deliver 813-870-0070
Sofa, custom slip cover
by Rowe. 2 sets of
covers. Bought at
Storehouse. 1 yr old.
Orig $1799 sell $600 obo
813-416-6385
Sofa & Loveseat- Must
Sell, Exc Cond! New,
bone white, Paid $10001
mo. ago Sell $700 obo
813-317-6245,888-8329
Sofa & Loveseat cocoa
color. Dining Rm Table-
wood pecan w/4 chrs &
leaf, Must sell! $400.
813-875-0680
Summer Wicker SALE.
Unique wicker & rattan
furniture All weather
w icker p i e: ;.i.,
access. ,3,ri* Fo.rever
Wickert- 915 4802
TEAKWOOD FURNITURE
SALE This week only
20% off all furnishings.
8717 40th St. Tampa
Tues-Sat 10-6p
Tom 813-294-1627
New solid Oak TV Wall
Unit up to 60" TV base
+ cabimnetsin Honeycol-
or, $900. Matching Cof-
fee Table + 2 End Ta-
bles, $300.813-785-4324
14151 Carpeting
CARPET LINOLEUM, TILE,
HARDWOOD and more...
at contractor pricing.
Name brands in flooring
residential and com-
mercial. get the facts @
www.fandtwhole
salefloors.com
1416 1 Appliances I
Appliances-Absolute
Lowest $ Guaranteed.
Delivery. Woody's
Appliances, $74.50,up.
7 4 Broadway6256-77
8307Armenia 933-8288.
Consult Classified for
Harleys, & Hondas & so
much more! Classified
has vehicles of all kinds
to make your dream ma-
chine materialize!


14161 Appliances I
APPLIANCES BEST PRIC-
ES IN TOWN! Large se-
lection of washers, dry-
ers, stoves & refrgera-
tors $79.50 & up. War-
ranty & delivery in lim-
its. Don't gamble, know
7604 Broadway 626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
**APPLIANCES**
USED WITH WARRANTY
From $99*
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
4000 W. Kennedy
281-0777
PARTS TODAY
11900 N. Nebraska
972-4242
GE MICROWAVE NEW
1.8 CF 1100W, Retail $129,
take it away for $29.
Tampa's Electronic
Outlet Center. 7004 Ben-
amin Rd- danmartcom
13-393-4840
Mom & Pops Applianc-
es $75 & up, W/D, Stove
& Refr. 10014 30th St.
Free Delivery
813-632-9620; 335-5788
REFRIGERATOR, GE side
by side, White, filtered
water and Ice in door,
4'/2 yrs old, Exc Cond.
$490 813-244-1358
STOVE 30" $95. REF $219
Washer/Dryer Save $200.

B & B OUTLET
115 S.EVERSST
PLANT CITY
813-759-8864
VACUUM RAINBOW SE
with attachments, very
clean, excellent condo,
used very little. $350obo
813-334-7876
WASHER & DRYER
$ 225/set, $125 ea.
efrig. Jennair Black
$275.Guarantd. Delivery
avail. 813-382-8615
Washer/Dryer Kenmore,
Large capacity, all cy-
cles. Excellent
Condition, 1-yr wrrty.
$250 both 813-915-1277
WASHER & DRYER
Maytag Atlantis, gas
over size capacity + 2
Sears old exc. cond,
00 obo 813-298-7324
WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
Don 813-300-6714
We buy junk appliances &
ACs for $2 each. Call
right now while the
truck is in your area.
513 7'85475
17 TelephonesI
"1 Pagers

WE BUY
Cell Wr,'r,.- .'1:'.1 r .w .N '-.
therr all 813.933 5008
418 Air
418 Conditioners

AC'S NEW IN BOX! Whole-
sale prices w/5-10 year
factory warrty.! Homes
& Mobile Homes. Exam-
ple: Mobile Homes 2-ton
790; 21'/2-ton $840; 3-ton
890 3V/2-ton $970; 4-ton
$1,060. Can install--Free
Same day delivery avail
Credi Card-l Okay. LiC.
RM",23129. C.C311 Sonia
urRun i,;'27Ii0-8;38
A.'C'sALL Nwn Bo All 5
yr F.act,:r Warranty, All
Homes, Sizes: Example
Mobile Homes 2-ton
$790, 2Vz -ton $840,
S3-ton $890, 3-ton
$970, 4-ton $1060, Can
Install Lic RM0031291
Call Lori 813-453-9033
NEW ** S/DENT
RECONDITIONED UNITS
You Deserve the Best
Prices, Service & In-
stalls. We Do It RightThe
First Time! #RA0039944
REMINGTON AIR 971-2206
Used Mobile Home&Cen-
tral Systems. 2-5 tons.
$200 & up w/warranty.
Can Install. Repair work
also. NTA CAC 1813656.
813-748-9265 907-3838
I4n Musical
420 Instruments
Amps, DJ Equip, Spealkers
Wireless Mics, Lighting,
Best Rental Selection in
Bay Area. Ask about our
do it yourself DJ pkg.
Beamworks Inc. Rentals
& Sales. (813)855-0709
beamworksinc.com
Amps DJ Equip, Speakers
Wireless Mics, Lighting,
Best Rental Selection in
Bay Area. Ask about our
do it yourself DJ pkg.
Beamworks Inc. Rentals
& Sales. (813)855-0709
beamworksinc.com

BASS & GUITARS
BAY AREA'S BEST!
USED VINTAGE-RARE
Repairs, Lessons
BUY-SELL-TRADE
LEGENDS -813-348-0688
Don't Buy A Piano
Until You Talk To Us!
Best Prices In Tampa Bay
We Buy Factory Specials
ew And Used
Yamaha, Kawai & More
Owner/Operator 27Yrs
Call Ken 813-855-1227
SPOT
ADVERTISING
WORKS!


I 1 I Musical
I Instruments

DRUMS DRUMS
AJ's Pro Percussion
New Used Vintage
Drum Lessons
We Buy Drums Anything
CallA.J. 813-353-829
Eqiphone Banjo, $300. LP
-string, $400. Both w/
case. int condition.
813-885-7425

GUITAR Takamine,
12 string with active
electronics & case,
excellent condition, $500.
813-908-0680
Guitars from........... $24.95
Elec. Guitars from.......$99
Trumpets from.....$149.95
Violins from........... $99.95
Mic'sfrom.............. $19.95
PA's, complete at......$249
Buy-Sell-Trade-Service
Paragon Music 876-3459
ORGAN Lowrey Holiday
Deluxe LX300, Exc con-
dition used very little,
Asking $6300
813-782-6425
ORGAN Thomas Concert
2001. Cost $19,800. Steal
it at $5,000.
813-960-1818

PIANO, 1921 cable Nelson
Vintage upright. Bench
included. Exc cond.
$950.727-515-9735

PIANO, Baby Grand, wal-
nut, just tuned, includes
bench, excellent condi-
tion. $3 000 OBO.
813-839-2133
PIANO
KOHLER and CAMPBELL,
upright, bench included.
$580/obo 813-631-9263
Piano Story & Clark con-
sole cherry wood, $750.
Photos available via
e-mail 727-405-9960.

PIANO nmaha Baby
Grand. Plays & sounds
great. Black, disk avail,
must sell $6000 obo
727-345-5602
PIANOS cert. used Yama-
has, lOyr warr, 200+ to
choose from. C-5 $12K, C-
3 $10K, C-2 $9K U-3 $3K.
For appt 1-888-600-5188

PIANOS, RENT OR BUY.
$25/mo Lowst rates in FL!
BECKER PIANO 837-3632
VIOLINS New $100 Ger-
man $150. Viola $150.
Cellos $319. Cases &
Bows. Mandolins $120.
Guitars $150. Trumpets
Clarinets & Flutes $199
Del avail 727-945-9427
Low cost, expert repairs
I4A7 I Sewing
22 Machines

SWF 12'1C COMMERCIAL
EMBROIDERv MACHINE
, ('o:,ni3re Irame..
531K total stitches.
$8,500 (813)986-1945
1423 Clothing
WEDDING GOWN never
worn tag still on, Size 2,
paid$629 asking $300
Brandon area
613-654-3701
1 Radio, TV, & I
424 Stereo I

65" Mitsubishi Diamond
Series HDTV w/HD De-
coder, warranty, New
$5,000, Sell price $2300.
941-795-2197 after 6pm
Big Screen Televisions,
4 $300. 52" $400,
Good condition
with warranty.
Call 813-986-1229
BIG SCREEN TV
Excellent condition, 62"
w/PIP, asking $850 or
good cash deal.
727-771-2665
FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
SYSTEM, Including
Standard Installation! 4
Months Free Progam-
ming. Total Choice Pre-
mier with Local Chan-
nels. Over 20S Channels!
With Subscription to
NFL Sunday Ticket, $360
Value! Cal Now to Or-
der! Direct Satellite TV
1-800-823-8595.
FREE 4- ROOM DIRECTTV
SYSTEM includes instal-
lation! 4 MO. FREEpro-
gramming w/NFL Sun-
ay Ticke subscription.
Over 205 channels Lim-
ited time offer. S&H. Re-
strictions Apply
(866)500-4056.
FREE 4-ROOM DTRECTV
SYSTEM inc. installa-
tion. 4 MO. Free pro-
gramming w/ NFL un-
day Ticket subscription.
Over 205 channels! Lim-
ited time offer. S&H, re-
strictions apply.
1-800-260-2813
FREE DIRECT SATELLITE
TV system call to get a
free DirecfV system in-
stalled in your home,full
digital programming,
be.ter than cable, you
will love it. Call for de-
tails DTVsatellite.com
1-800-352-9992
FREE DIRECT TV
SATELLITE SYSTEM. UP
TO 4 ROOMS INSTALLED
"FREE.."
813-748-8854
CLASSIFIED
IS ACCESSIBLE


I44 Radio, TV, &
424 Stereo

FREE DIRECT SATELLITE
Free Get 4 Months of 225
channels Free 4 room
system installed Best
Offer Ever Program-
ming starts at only
$39.99 month
1-888-579-9831
I WANT TO BUY any high
end electronics; Bose,
Klitsch, Macintosh,
Krell, any manufacturer
Cash. 727-643-6661
MARK ELECTRONICS
SALES & SERVICE
COMPUTER VCR'S
BUY-SELL-TRADE
813-813-717-9700
TV-35" Mitsubishi, Yama-
ha, surround stereo,
Infiniti floor speakers,
Yamaha subs, Sanyo dvd
pla er all for$550.
Cal 813-558-3937
Tv- 60', Speakers on the
bottom,very good
condition$600 obo
813-232-2650
or 813-417-7151
TV'S VCR'S STEREO'S
CD & DVD Players
** $29.99 **
Sam's Pawn 813-932-7999
1505 W. Busch Blvd.
I WANT TO BUY non-
working Big Screen
Televisions. Please
Call 813-986-1229

Hundreds of TV's 40-70%
OFF. 13inch colorTV $29.
Tampa's Electronic Out-
let Center.
7004 Benjamin Rd-dan-
martcom 813-393-4840
425 Video Rec
425 Equip
CANON GL2 Brand NEW
w/ case and lots of ex-
tras, too many to list.
Paid $3000; asking
$2000 obo. 81-966-2760
1426 5|Photography I
Bronica Sq Med format
Camera with 2 backs & 2
lenses (80 & 150).
Pristine cond. $1250
obo.813-785-0467
SMedical
428 Equip.

ABSOLUTELY NO cost to
you. New power wheel-
chairs, scooters and dia-
betic supplies. Call us
toll free 1-800-843-9199
Day/night to see if you
qualify
Ace Motorchairs
Beds, Pwr & Man Chairs
Lifts, and Much More!
You May Qualify at
NO COST TO YOU!
813-269-8049
MEDICARE/MCAID/INS
ADJUSTABLE BEDS by-
Simmons & Flexabed at
$$ BIG DISCOUNTS $$
Scooters, lift chairs
& a large SHOWROOM
of home medical equip.
Active Medical 335-2159
FAMILY HEALTH CARE w/
Prescription Plan!
$69.95/mo; Best net-
work, best coverage. No
limitations, includes
Dental, Vision Pre-ex-
isting Cond. 6K! Call:
WCS 1-800-288-9214 ext.
2332
LEVITRA VIAGRA Muscle
Relaxer!!! Order Online:
Pricebusterrx.com or
1-888-773-6230 FDA ap-
proved drug Soma, Tra-
madol, Carisoprodol,
Fioricet, Viagra, Levitra
and more!!! US licensed
Physicians / Pharma-
cist. Overnight Shipping
including Saturday De-
livery.
MEDICARE DIABETICS -
FREE METER!!! No cost
Diabetes Supplies. DIA-
BETIC SHOES. No Costto
You!!! Join Diabetes
Care Club. FREE Mem-
bership. FREE Delivery.
1-800-316-6391 .Call
NOW!
MICRO DERMABRASION
machine Ultra Peel Pe-
pita by Matolli, like new.
Very easy to use & cony.
$6, 700.813-631-1059
NEW MOTORIZED
WHEELCHAIRS "No
Cost" if Eligible. Scooter
Type / Hospital Beds /
Manual Chairs. We Ac-
cept Medicare & Private
Insurance. Free Delivery
Helping Hands Medical.
Equipment Call Toll-
Free 1-877-667-7088.
Hablamos Espanol.
ORDER MEDS ONLINE OR
BY PHONE Phentermine,
Soma, Ambien, Adipex,
Carisoprodol, UlItram,
Viagra, Metiocarbamol
Levitra. No previous
prescription required.
Call Toll Free
866-438-6656 or
www.integraRx.com
Power Wheelchair,
Scooters and Hospital.
Beds at absolutely no
cost to you. Call Toll
Free (800)708-9301.
Scooter- (Pacesaver)
electric new batteries,
charter, basket & power
7ift. Exc. cond.
$1200.813-932-8365.
Telesensory Color Video
Magnifier for people
with macular Degenera-
tion, includes desk, war-
ranty, paid $3300, sell
$1550 obo. 813-782-5477
or leave message.


428 Medical
428 Equip.

Tired of high prescription
costs? Save up to 80%!
Global Medicines
1-866-634-0720 Pre-
scription required.
American owned Lower
prices than Canada!
VIAGRA $2.50/dose -
CIALIS $3.50/dose Low-
est Price Refills Guaran-
teed! Free Shipping!
Why Pay More Ca Il
Now!! Prescription Buy-
ers Group
1-866-887-7283
1 Office Equip.
430 & Furniture

Chairs! Chairs! Chairs!
Over 500 used chairs in
stock. Multi functional
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 netwk print mint,
$1000(727) 518-7804
COPY MACHINE, Digital
85 copies per mm, auto 2
side copies finish/
staple & whole punch,
print directly from
computer. Up to 400,000
copies per mo, low
meter. 813-684-1068

FILES/VERTICALS
73 Hon, 4 drawer vertical
files, $50 each obo.
727-647-2170
Telemarket Workstations
$99. 24x48 w/48" glass
wings. Powered panels.
CalF Chuck 966-1072
5203 S. Lois Ave.Tpa
WORKSTATIONS (50),
Haworth, 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
431 Computers &
41 Equipment

$99 Internet Ready
Computer. Laptops
starting at $149. 21"
monitors starting at $99
New systems starting at
$299.2316 W.Linebaugh
PC Services 931.4976
A NEW COMPUTER
BUT NO CASH?
You're APPROVED-
Guaranteed! NO
CREDIT CHECK- Bad
Credit- Bankruptcy OK.
1-800-420-0326
10OA-9P EST Mon-Fri
*Checking Account
Req u i r e d .
WWW.PCSFORALL.COM

AMD2600+ New$399
SalesServicepgrades
We build the best
Computers in the USA!
Used Computers starting
at $99.813-757-0288
ATX Cases $20.00
56K Modems $15.00
14-21" Monitors $20&UP
HP Printers $30.00
Mice $4.00
TVs 30.00
Hard Drives 10.00
SDRAM $12.50
Motherboards 15.00
PII Computers 65.00
PIll Computers $ 00.00
La tops $125.00
100's of Parts & Systems
**8-4:30M-F**
**813-886-1494**
COMPUTER MONITOR
17" Flat Panel. Active
Matrix TFT LCD. NEW.
Cost $450. MUST SELL
$250/obo. 813-979-9200
COMPUTER REPAIRS &
UPGRADES! $40 TOTAL
FOR LABOR. WHY PAY
MORE? 813-731-8750
COMPUTER REPAIR
Virus Repair& Upgrades
Free Est-Used E quip
LCS 813-714-3515
1505 W. Busch Blvd.
Laptop, Below WholeSale
New/Used! Dell, IBM!
Beat allprices. Wireless
Internet, leather case
avail. Starting @ $250.
100% FINANCING
813-GOT-LAPTOP
CALL 813-468-5278
www.buzztech.net
Top Of Line IBM Laptops.
30% Off Retail Price.
BRAND NEW. Direct
From Mfg. 3 Yr Warr.
941-518-9856
BRAND NEW PENTIUM 4
SYSTEM, 2GZ, BLAZING
FAST DDR GRAPHICS.
WINDOWS XP PRO
813-731-8750
Gateway Desktop, 17"
mon. Pill 933, 256 ram,
20 gig hd, $300 + tax.
Cash or check only.
813-884-4433 ext 242
432 Commercial
432 Equipment

COMM'LTanning Bed Sun
vision 100 hrs.Exc cond
also T-Max timer mgr.
operates 8 beds. $3500
obo both (863) 967-5354
COMMERCIAL VULCAN
Stove w/ 36 inch grill, 4
burner. 3yrs old. exc.
cond. New $4200 Asking
$2200 obo (863) 967-5354
FOOT Spas 2 European
Touch used fair condo
$1450 for both
813-689-0103






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supc. $2ress200on and somLeave 10 yAlso OAK HARDWOOD ar.78 centsS Beg inner or skilled FAMILY HEALTH CARE CKC health certs. $375. Ctr. vendors, birds and suncitystables.com slides, Dfiberglass, manself
m ssg.863-859-1289 FLOORING 99 cents SF. $45.00.813-286-2005 w/Prescription Plan! 813-368-7514 supplies. Raffles. AQNA Horses Foundation upgrades. Must see!
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15510 N. Nebraska HARDWOOD FLOORING CARPET CLEANER Truck Call:WCS (800)288-9214 863-781-5215*773-6330 419-956 BEARDED DRAGO $1SK.Pony$800.267-0166 comfort, .gen virs, 2
I As,813E978-8085 Oakbam o,s nt blower. Call COCKER SPANIEL, AKC, POODLE TOY, 1 Female Great colors and pat- HERDof BlackAngusand home. $25,600. (813)
&20DqtMIXERS allmakes ed & unfinished. 81-855-9212 TiredofLowCarbDiets? malelowks AKC, shots left AKC registered. terns$40,-$120depend- black/white face cows 909-0420
&20mtMIeSllme Bell d 5ye cell 281-455-5543 Looseweightthe healthy & hlth icert, parents on $406obo.813- 780-1807 inoncolorchosen.Par- calving now. Also blackV'sWanted
models, n S, use prefinish,.plus A lot way with Shapeworks. premises $350 ents on sight, they are Angus bull. Call: [5611RV'sWanted
some likenew. more We Deliver any- Clark Forklift C50055, FreeBody Analsis. 813-966-7993; 886-3703 two months old and 850-878-2571.510-4854
727-515-4501.584-9181 where, 5 Florida loca- 5500 Ibs, LP gas, Call888-203-058 COLLIE PUPPIES,readyto go (813) WANTED!! Horses 34'rei19ht99 WINNEBAGO ch
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large soup kettle, com- METAL ROOFING SAVE 48"vots rk, 460 Mowers sire, pointed dam, great guaranteed, POP crates vis/adults. Veiled Good home. Cal yn elins$52.9K561-818-6652
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Pizza vensMixers sores. Quick turn Forklift-Tampa Forklift new tires 23hp Kawas. males, females, Sable eciou piups! awn. WeanE. On Feed. v I Travel Trs I
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800-891-3013 WINDOWS d Bunton-Dixie Chopper DOBERMANS 4-sale: urntee. ready 5/28. 499 Sales, Etc. Hay 39 l ollan fiber glass. Can deliver.
d double hung GENERA TORS USmanuf., Hydro's-Parts-Engines 3 young males di ffages F/lm. T500-100 (352) Cow Hay-$31,R N Roles $SKist new for $23K
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anyne that will s ell to w n tGA Econo horse Pony Tiller mccarterriers.com ANT CITY 1508 PINE- Brakes, Generator, Ev Like New 5 -29 rades-30
the ublic.Contain es er f e e 404kW 433342 300. StihMOWER, Chain Saw GREAT DANE, 7 mos., M, $100negotiable DALE MEADOWS thing Works Cold as er- r ext
4-ways, bookcase, s Offer for complete3set. OW9400kW#00kW MO27 SHIH TZU ,born 5S28/04, Thru 9/6. Quality rn, Call 352-267-3127 (
display case. 680s s 3for 0 2000kW. All in weather Tracer XMark, hydro E1-F Brn/blk/wh, 1-M electronic .meul.s I 26' Wilderness '99s biA
ren. 888-668-6860 closures. Set to like new low hrs. Mulch English Bulldog, beautiful brn/wh, all shots, ar- stamps videos. Must 550-599 slideout, loaded, fulli
e nt e $ 2Pre-Finished Oak. eire voltage. Alt kit. $2850 obo. girl! r 9 mos, not entsonpremises$450 sell 81-684-0266 3704 ectio & &bath, sep.,entrance to
SALON Equip.Furn. 4 sa-$4.29 inst. Laminate $2.99 unitshavelyrwarr.Calg 727-647-4506 spayed, show quality, Both $850 813-323-7422 CopperTreeCircle. Recreation BR, exc.cond.,candeliv-
Ion cdairsN we inst. w/underla.Ce- forpri 398542 Snapper Z Rider, 52nch. ndle w/ws i te er.$9,500. 813-610-2188
urn r.' Bt to P c ces.T S i 813a-e5e2 bdlew/ wi t SHIHTZU CHURCH SALE o 4torHmes 28' 1972 Airstream
tion. blk 'wht, 4 36ii rnd ramic .89q s.d. e oaret Joystick Control $3000. w must see $19 n a u t P C EVERS national
mrr. w 3x5 thlor mas- rems 294.^"" _, 0 6 Sporting ridinge rn2tio So HOUN Airstreign
bLs-. 2 dryers bl,. 5K for 4501Call863-602-6389. 72-894 Tinymaleshotsuality Plant City, 602 S. Evers St 560 1.- RV'sI nlnnatCn U P3rein
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ENGLISHr ee rBULLDOG PUPS $250 CASH 863/419-9w86 o Itemo N C esotsmore St21' s l eps 4 Mis As appt9s4-217-9991r
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13(13)9686150 Sun Pavers ssae a eivered Ci CKC, Chocolate or Sable, en all amenities ou (41801be
iA" AlD NS U Aies www.s'unpavers.com ter, 1000 Call i 60 863)452-2086Small little Fur balls PLANT City 1405 E Cal- sz r but handles like a 27-80s 8-6495s
O Sli esi Sheds & I 859-0i 863-581-0593 FREE HORSE MANURE GERMAN SHEP AK.C Irg ready now. $375. hounSt,Thur&Fri9/2& van 15 MPG Full warr.
4 sf Great ForGardens Puppies, germ lines, 813 368-7514 3. 2 Family Sale. $40k. 813-633-7246 '31TRAILBAY2003,13'su-
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FlorigRhoesae arrInickel6598Ready2go813-679-3600 femalewksoldAKC, EndsandMisctems, AC<owrig nn $ ,5 eask-
from the Original Guy rae8R3-644-180ae Ra health gen ts n O cr, 8 Vfropde miuc- ondO $00 aS
who started in this sec- us m813a-65-2612-106tah 81344l2rgr en-6ing8,9obo.cred rman
tion. I buy flooring from John Deere LX279 GERMAN SHORT HAIR site, $600 813-242-4226; ae, handleike avan &reese hitc avail
all over the world no LB reT loaded, 48" deck $2500. POINTERS, AKCre. vet 813-404-4453 $U 52,000 813-978-1 52 1-727-841-9349
Middleman. I have moreHINT CLUBWGUnS S 150 yI364 1isteshots Call Nicole sh P da In C
aplover the wor.lde new, ready toU er a e n Tp wLX179, 10 yrs oi di36" Yorkshire Terrier Pups 23' Midas 1978 Class C, 6T bed, LS 5TH
prioductsin stock thav n o 2015 acres, southern pecks f250 Troy uilt orJoe813-3 0-0035 AK, Tinyys. e www. NewRef.NewTiress, & SCARRIAGE LS 5TH
anyone0hat0wil!sellzt 4n5 .9Membership $650 eck fl 50 Trson 'builtl er A T os w. Ne w Ref. cn d., WHEEL Triple Slide-
o t isto th oeebs Econo orse Pony Tillert mccartysterriers.com PLANT CITY, 1508 PINE- Brakes, Generator, Every- Like New-5 u39-rades-
thanne p hu w s blAc. Containers of 300. Stihl CMhain Saw GREAT DANE, 7 mos., M, $1000 neotiable thin Works, Cold A ntC
thoepuble.Cntanerso f More 404-433-734212 DALE MEADOWS thin Works Cold Al, wasner-r- y ext.
Wood, Laminate, Ce- 100. 813-996-2968 Hari., Blue eyes, to a V 352-59- 2271V COURT Fri&Sat9/3&4. $5,500 obo813-263-3600 wa ranty. $54,9r E Will
ramic starting at .99 sf. HUNTER's WANTEDefor Lawn Tlractor riding good 1 sdog ho me ^r l17 -6 ov-st en Deliv -
Come wherethe build- MONSTER DEER in West- er n 4 DESPERATELY SEEKING awn equipment, house- C all orig., low runs Luxury 2004, 82 super
-vbub u 227 3 Reconc 0 m K o p a P, A2 sets of ?HOME for male, 441b, hol items &mucnmore & looks greatall opt's- slides, 2AC, w/d, micro,
flooring mr -1318-273 s 27x8 0 Meas &lo in b laes exc cond, like GREYHOUNDS-ITALIAN, brindle, 8mo. Has shots. PLANT CITY33 JoeSan- w/generator Must see! fully loaded. Moving
www.yeagerfloor s ing.com rage doors I-- nst. $1200 Jim'Baker-(636)-26-2260 / 500r-n65o M 8eue, parstes e l S ob 13-805-9136
Call us and we'll come AOAvail. 24fx30 Block nw 836466 urebred arents here MUST hel fc e chez Rd Sat 9/4 8a A. 3 0 o.81059 Must Sell! Sacrifice
right over to measure bldgsimiliar to above HUNTING LEASE, 1000+ i 2F&2M weeks+ 2 ard dog ishyperd til ? LTS O/, MISC 3W Excutive 1972o $21,500.813-477-1095
ioand make plans to fill $18,720Othersizes avail acres w/cabin. Jackson 4 Nureries I@ 4 months. Health leeds love & training, ITEMS AND FAMILY the line, self contained
our needs. Yeage r's 813-488-3501 713-2333 Co. Fl. Deer turkey, Trees certs + shots $400- Sweet! Iwillpayto neu- STUFF elf r COLEMAN 1997 Niagara
CSobody b eas our quail- www.jobobs.com ove uai, A er dark $450. 813s -661-307h ter.(813)689-7448$30 1500 am en sleeps 6, Ne n 97 Nicrd
ty or service let aone BUILDING SALE! "Rock # 850-5349 FRUITTREESALE HAVANESE AKC, Males, 1481 Cats 8-3 8 PLANTCst ac r606.r $D e 40 8 5 16 nas.room newtires&jack o e,2
ourprice. Bottom Prices!" Quick POKER TABLE, SolidOak, CREPE MYRTLE SALE Health Certificates,Sat&Sun,9/2,3,4,&5. WantAds $52S0.813-684-0266
All Metals Roofing Delivery. Beat Next 4 Chairs, Dining/ 90Varieties:Lemon-Lime 8wks.$1,500Firm BENGAL LEOPARD Lots/ofWMisc1terns
K u -Plus, rect/ save.20x26. 25x30. $1800 ObO. Pummelo-Guava-Star SPOTTED KITTE
nap-Lock Panels. Eas 30x40. 35x60. 40x80. Robertson Biliards Fl. Peach-Plum-Nect. Breeding air with 2 PLANT CITY 705 N EVERS tor Home, 2001, 12,000 564 Rental
to isalvaluVius/- 813-752-4938 #47216934 HuntigDo plete kittens. $20 ST, Fri & Sat 9/3 && 4, miles like new, garage
to intl13-22 45x90O. x P10 Ad60x180.a813-229racl27n-S 863-607-4449 7:30 til ? Tools, house- kept,brandnew$4S,000
AlLor RALl o Spot Advertising Works 4x8 all solid wood LiGUSTRUM45gal8' $125 813-6010761. purebred Rex cats. Free 175SsqftTravertine tile. Cls Aeorgeps 6o f fren. For rseions
Professional series 1" 813-748-8641 or 986-3302 JACK RUSSELL PUPS, eogoodhome.nFun, peo- C A 5 rden n 813-5s46-182
lx4 #2 29t lin ft.; gx6 BUILDING SALE! "Rock Italian slate, Leather Regp#47220672 JRTCA Reg, 6/males' pie lovin, neutered & PLANT City, Monroe St, air, 55K mi.,450Forden call Lynn 813-546-1827
cabin grade 4811: ft; 1x6 Bottom Prices!" Qudecigreat markings. Sweei declawe all fours, n- 3 /2blockehind Hwy gineveryclean $1050
#2 premium 68 ft; long delivery. Beat next price 1spketstifelt K66 j4801Dogs Iland loveable w/norfear. sideonl]. Could be split r uak stop.-Thur,Fi- all rank813-831-9521 RV Storage I
leaf heart pine various increase. Go direct/ Rails,, wiaccess2, $00ea.Ready9/14.813- up. Hignly allergic per- eat 9/2, 3& 4. Lots of
grades & widths, quote save. 20'x26', 25'x30 lifetimewarrantystillin AFGHAN Pupp Blond6 700 s cmig amily. eans $2./pcairndin e- 2 33' 1995 Holiday Rambler riUrDgeRSTORAG
specials while instock. 30'x40' 35'x60'40'x80', crate, candeliver &set mos.F, all snots, Pop Cal1813-857-3146 finishingLos ofeMre-is 4 V54 gen., 4K i.,MoUT dOORoaGE
1x4#2 Cypress t&g 38tft 45'x910' 5the1r 0 .3S4 bloodlines, sweetdispo- JACKaRUSSELLaPUPPIESgLs B eNof CrossaCreekv4
1x64#2 Cypress t&g75ft 4x '60'x180 'the3s.7Pi8-9 sition good w/ children CKC Ready health HIMALAYAN Kittens CFA fitesing Lot2 o r.8f Mi7c RVs, Kboats autos etc.
1x6Cedart&g95Itwww neer, 1-800-668-5422. POOLTABLE,8'slat, ood $950813-251-3097 certsbys/2S.Takingde- Reg. Super quality P It Y MNic e.,. r30.68-71o13-866-S533
.lumberspecialties.com cond. $750. posits. t$350. $eauty uar s purrrecf PLANTCITYe MULTIFarm $35+9/m o at1 storage.
4914W Linebaugh Av Tpa 3-STEEL BLDGS. 28x30 813-892-6815 leave AUSTRALIAN PUPPIES, 813-719-8464 too. $408 0cas pree. ly Sale 19W6 McGee Rd 35' 196 Damon Intruder. w /24 races
M-F8-5 813-269-0441 was $9,900, sell $5,190. message NSDRA Registered a A/C Furniture Dryer mi, exc cond below MV Sec pkg w/24 hr access,
Ask about CLEARNACE 38x44 was $15 900, sell 7 males, 1 female, 8wks psele si1Pu Kittensu& i tr en, Lde32,0obo bright night lighting &
bundles of lumber $7,960. 48x10'6 was on/04,$300.TakmIg A 2me 813-996-9997 wash area. From $35
$28,650, sell $16,770. 1st POOLTABLE, NewlnBox deposit.813-967-5756 male, ready togo, shots, FretogodhmeLpa. Teens&Girld clothing 813-968-4991; 505-2803
BAMBOO FLOORING Come 1st Serve! Joe Slate,ChoiceCloth Color wormed, health certs. Freetogoodhsome.Spay- 35' FLAIR 1999 Class A
$2.50 sf, 2 truck loads. (800)392-7817. 5 BASSETT AKC Stud need- $350.813-634-9733 8uters o v 1/2 PRICESALE w/super slide, V1O eng, Fowler & 1-75
8nte t Lm Factory Direct Steel Sel TradesedTables ed ASAP, Lemon maleABPUPPIESBlackBeau-a s, R
813-tel n I ties ready Sat 6M, 4F, MAINE Coon kittens & camera, 2-TVs, VCR, ts etc. Security
ld DL to p- 813-229-2778 863-644-1 POPAKC, health crt., cats Top quality champ 50% OFF ducted air, too much to $50/mo
BASE BOARD your Door. Lowest Pric- second shots. $300 line, so & health cert. All Clothes Shoet.Alwasketnder 813-986-3094
es Available. Save up to POOL Table, Robertsons w3g7ar.WIlldeliver ins' c cover. $54,900. Will take South Bay RV & Boat
Wood, new, 8,000' avail-50% P.E. Stamped draw- custom made, maple BEAGLE PUPS, AKC Tri- 813-661-6966.625-5357 w/guar id ver iC MENaChothe yhoesrEtecureouts
able at $.25 per foot. inos for any state. Call wood, erfectcond.,ike color,wilbe ah B PUPS, AKC, 4 Choc., rida.Calforwesite BEVERLY'S CONGN- anything in trade. Storage-rS oraeuid
813-886-8494: 389-5336 80 -676-5587 new. $1200. Tpa Palms raised, 1st shots 0 hth 4 Yellow parents very $400-$600.863/860-5126 1848 JERedman 8136459155 and covered storage.
CABINETS, brand new, Arco steel building Area.8113-910-0828 certs, 2litters1-fatheris bi. Rea NOW. $350. 14821 Birds Plant City 35' ROCKWOOD Class A, SouthBayStorage.com
gAchampion show dob, 3 2-9 NOW8$2 1813-752-5825 Basement,1989,60Kmi. 813-677-2000
100% wood, cherry, ma- system, 30x50, brand POOL TABLE, Robertson ready 9/18 & 9/22 TaK 3M 598-7872Ac e oThur-Sat 6.5KOnanIACh dnI Sim in
ple and oak. Builder new, ready to erect. made, all wood, 1".orig ing deposits $450-$550 Afi G nsConeK c amSwimming
Ple call Downspous, gutters, Italian slat, carved les.813-293-8889,685-2175 LAB PUPS, AKC, shots, akshand I I 0 .u500-549 TV awnings comf Pools & Spas
oor opening $6800. l 8 $4 00. BEAGLES AKCre Pup- ormed, vetcert. Block ech utmaeIN $12,700. 239-489
P read,e 813- 7-4 1 9 Farmer'sMarket 35' WINNEBAGO Vectra
CABINETS STEEL18x21Carport$695 Ri Russian SKS, never or ea er w& randrees. Parents/ A-1SPAS
Brand Names installed; 18x1 Build- fire, blade bayonet,fIedc on s parents on site. AF great cond, gen; $42'
KRAFTMAID, QUALITY ingsfrom $2,375; sling, 280 rnds ammo, $450 Male $4009 9wks,9500 352-307-0772 ituelroniAmazonsB G lHorses & obo. 863-382-6110, HotSummerDeals!
WholesalePrices Califor More sizes mint cond. $400. Also 12wkAoldminiature LAB PUPS, cute -&Militaryrvacaws. Id525Livestock 561-756-0788 2-3-5-8 PERSON SPAS
DoltYourself 813-299-3798.681-5468 813-972-0993.431-5820 Male beagle $400. Plant chocolates & gorgeous Hand fed & health. 3HL Y ASAVE$$$$MER
OrWeDesi8n&7 l Stoa g 10x16 Shot unS6gaBrowning City813-752-8172 golden.AKConly4-1eft. $650.(813)493-2609 A AGdg 20 L IDAY deMBL ER
paid$S2200, wdll take $400 with other guns. BOSTON TERRIER Pups Hand raised & fed. BIRDS BREEDERS-Proven Black Quarter Horse outs, 2 AC units, W&De
FENCESALE $1500,used4mo.Hasli- Snap on tool box $650. AKC reg w/ hlth certs, 813-286-2451 Pairs, Senegals $450. Mare, T1800. Large mbo, 2man extras. Used5spasfrom$899
6X8BoardonBoard noleum&insulation. 727-869-8873. champ bloodlines MALTAHUAHUA, CKC, Bonded pairs or Pony, kid safe $900. 8500 8 er13-9-0473 DUxSpaCovers $249
Only$19.95 813-986-9850 $550/ea 813-931-4110; long non shed silky senegals $350. Scarlett 941-518-6637 Ozonators $149
Hurry WhirIe SuppliesLast 194-6627after2 'coatedbabies.M&F.2Yr McCaws $1550. Blue 38.5' 1999 Avion 5th PARTS-SERVICE
813-681-6181 AlISteelBuildinglnvento- NEWGUNSALES front $900. Yellow Quarter Horse-$S00, Wheelwanuth so,& c- 917ADAMOnDRIVE
ty Reduction! 20x40 9mm $120 BOXER PUPS AKC, fawns warr. Ready 8/29. $450 N ares$ 00. Yelo15arerH isi-$S00,W iahe ucot- 90 H7
10 $159.99 38sp15199 &flash, takigdeposits, 813-32-3746 2All id-safe. + 30 more. chairs, Exc. cond., I 813-623-09971
Prefinishedroak still in 1-866-224-2022 Sam's813-931-8498Tma $500-$6S0, parents on AKC, sleeve, parties & lb fl paints Wil 40' 2000ALPHAGOLD5th IT 1

IS ACCESSIBLE (800)506-5160. section that's lust right! with an adin class 402. CLASSIFIED WORKS $1,300. Call 813-334-0489 suncitystables.com furn. $40K 865-882-2786 erygl 813-657-8449






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580 I Swimming
580 Pools & Spas
HOT TUB, 5 person, 18
therapeutic jets, 4/2 HP
pump, cover included,
1995. Free delivery
13-245-0307
HOT TUB Never used,
holds 5 people, transfer-
able warranty, Loaded.
Sacrifice $1495.
941-544-0281
HOT TUB New seats 5, 5hp
lots of jets, all digital,
blower ozone, party lite
waterfall, Cost $7K sacri-
fice $2699 813-966-2362
HOT TUB, Nordic, holds 6
people used for 1 year.
$1,500 OBO
Call (813)909-0539
HOT TUB sacrifice never
used, 7 therapy tub, 20
jets, 5hp. Paid $3295.
Sell $1350.813-363-1475

HOT TUB/SPA 5 person
lounger. 5hp, shoulder,
back, hip & neck jets
cabinet, lights warr.
Never used retails $4300
sac$1500 813-247-2892
I MOVE SPAS
Sell/buy spas
Elec. spa nkup, lic.
(813)625-016524/7
POOL HEATERS FACTO-
RY DIRECT: Solar, Heat
Pump or Gas. Complete
do-it-yourself pool heat-
er kits. Phone quotes, in-
stallation available in
most areas.
1-800-333-9276, ext 501
www.solardirect.com
Lic #CWC029795, In-
sured. Dealer inquiries
welcome.
Softub Portable hot tub,
ready to use. Good
shape $600
81J-754-5070
SPA, 5-person w/lounger,
therapy ets, light, never
used, full warranty.
'(- $1,675
3 (813)760-15711
SPA/HOT TUB 4-5 person
deluxe mdl, therapeutic
jets underwater lights,
custom cabinet, full warr.
$1,650.813-505-6291
SPA! HOTTUB! 4-5 Person
w/lounger *5HP* Shoul-
der, Back & Hi jets *Ce-
dar Cabinet* Underwa-
ter light* Warranty. Re-
tails $4295. Sacrifice
$1650. 1-888-545-9592
727-480-0514
SPA/HOT TUB 5 Person
lounger, 5hp. Loaded
with shoulder, hip, back
& neck jets. Cabinet,
lights. Never used. War-
ranty. Retail $4300, Sac-
rifice $1595.
407-256-5919
When you search Classi-
fied it's:
FINDERS...KEEPERS!


I 5 Swimming
580 Pools & Spas

SPA/HOTTUB
person portable w/ his
& her lounger. 5hp, full
warranty. 1650
727-858-5185
SPA/HOTTUB
6 person, 6.5HP 44 jets,
underwater light, aove
water neck jets, all
digital, cedar cab. never
used, full warr. $2495
727-858-5185
SPA/HOT TUB, 7 person,
20 jets, lights, custom
cab., never used, warr.
New $5,595. Sacrifice
$1,550.863-529-3649
SPA. Must Sell.
7-Person Deluxe. Never
Used. Includes cover.
Will Deliver. Full War-
ranty. Can finance
W.A.C. Payments Under
$100 per Month. In a
Hurry. Call
800-980-7727.
SPA! Overstocked! New 7
person spa-Loaded! In-
cludes cover, delivery &
warranty. $2999, was
$5999 888-397-3529.
Saunas &
581 Tanning
Equip
Wolff System Tanning
Bed Pro 24sf Sun Vision,
like new, retails $3199,
asking $2200 obo.
813-910-7904.
583 Water
583 Vehicles

18'KAYAK
Necky Amaruk Tandem
Over $1700 New
$999 Takes It
813-986-0997
Arctic Cat Tigershark
1994 Montego, mint
condition, trailer, acces-
sories, very low hours,
$2000.813-610-9700
Kawasaki 2001 Ultra 130,
3cyl, very fast, MINT
CONDITION! Recent full
maintenance, no salt.
$3995.863-648-1834
1997 YAHAMA GT 1200,
new engine, Michigan
fresh water use only,
trailer $3500.
727-697-6816
Yamaha Waverrunners
98 GP 800. 03 1300R dbl
trlr, $11500 both exc.
cond. 727-224-0188

SEAD00 1995 FP
w/trailer, 1 owner, $1100,
813-996-5490
Through making waves?
Place a classified ad &
letsailors get wind of
your boat!


583 Water
583 Vehicles
SEADOO 2003 Super
Charged. Divorce forces
sale. Mint cond. $7900.
813-857-3773

1584 Boats I
12' Landau Aluim, 57"
wide, 8HP Johnson, Galv
Trailer, 34 Lb Trolling
Mtr, Extras Good Cond.
$900 OBO 813-885-4836
15 FT,1998 PONTOON
BOAT Body of boat in
very weathered state
but still good mechani-
cally. Comes with elec-
tric engines. Call Tom
(813)986-9227 with best
offer (813) 986-9227
15' HYDRASPORT BASS
BOAT 55 Merc, Trolling
Motor, Live Weir,
w/trailer. Runs good.
$2,500.00 Victor 907-
3396/991-9453 (813)
991-9453
17' '02 AUASPORT Navy
hull 115Yamaha, bimini,
canvas cover, trir, tour-
nament edition, exc cond
i12.5jJ0 813-601-3072
17' BOSTON WHALER
w iriler,'94 Evinrude,
mp, r n-w head just rebit
cent. cons. $5000 obo.
813-732-8353* 988-3278
17' COBIA, 1986 hull,
aluminum Float-on
trailer, 90hp Evinrude
motor, will water test,
$2600 813-361-0497
18/2' Searay Bow Rider,
2001,190hp, V6,4.3
engine, garaged, fresh
water run, 70 hrs on
motor, 5 yr warranty on
engine &-hull. Asking
$17,500.727-639-7651
18.2' SEARAY BOWRIDER
2000 IN/OUTBOARD,
VERY LOW HOURS,
MINT COND., TRAILER,
EXTRAS $11,900 OBO,
(813)478-5258
185' Lowe 1997 Pontoon,
Johnson 35, PTT, trailer,
Bimini, FF, Live well,
Like new $6000.
813-681-791t, 927-5712
19'1985 Capri Cuddy Cab-
in, 125Hp, Trailer Incld,
$2,050 obo
I 813-240-6271
19' CENTURY 2002, 115HP
4 Stroke Yamaha, low
hrs, Bimini w/trailer.
Very good cond.
$17,900.813-477-2847
19FT BOSTON WHALER
2000 Outrage like new
all electronics 135hp
Merc Optimax drive-on
trailer 21,900 (813)
633-0475
You'll find value buys
advertised in Classified
each and every day


1584 I Boats | 15841 Boats | 15841 Boats I Auto 1627 Utility |
20' 2000 Seahunt, 150 22' 1996 Grady WhiLe Boat Partner Wanted: I 620 Engines, Trailers
Johnson, newtrailer, Tournament '-'(0ho am iookiro for a partne-r Parts & Msc. NEW-Hvy dty-trailers.
Furuno D-GPS, family on Yamaha tandem tr.,ailer, 11 4 ,*nernp) vir .. rve nc. 2000&35001baxles, new
way sacrifice $15,900 FF baitwell. $20,500. clean, well maintaine 3-D Service 15" tires, PT floors,
obo. 813-689-4420 813-251-5837 25' Bayliner Trophy, Crank kits fr som$99;x ramp gate. 4x8 $570,5x8
h a rd tou Gc d dyacab i n 'ech a n h e ad s fr ram8 $570 e
20' DON BLACKMAN, 22' CREST SPORT twn hp ercur $250.Wholesale en me $65, 10 $725, 510
SELL/TRADE, cent cons. Pontoon 2002, 50HP 4 Outboards with new parts & machine sho mesh side $825, 6x12 2'
h b Hovr ,Btmp inta/ds. Bth ep 00-538-8451 mesh$975.
off-shoreboat, livewell, stk Honda, Bimini, power heads B3-3336/8 s00-538-841 zesavail926-7662
fish box, VHF, stereo, cover, btm paint at TampaBaysidMan- 0 1zes avail 926-7662
CD, Crusader V8, long Homosass 813-842-2793 na (out TaB a MERCURY 1987 COUGeveral TRAILER, Enclosed, 6x16
swirange tankstf2'6" dra 23' 1997 Wellcraft Excel Great for fishing or day new parts to make run dual axe reinforced in-
fast! exc. on $6,tr50 SE, I/O, Cuddy cabin, cruising with thefamiy. Make offer. Must terror. $000 obo. Call
ofbs t. 72 16750 head camper bikini ONLY $5,000 equity in- Ca11813-842-9233 863-602-6389.
obo. 727-865-1022 200HP Must sell $15k vestment. Email
20' REGAL 1984 Cabin, 727-789-4996;418-1275 twilson@sc-bank.com Motor KrT Ch4elver413 TrucksLight
VH Recorder Trailernv 232, 2001 Caravelle Inter- Boat Slips y A727 3spd auto, rear- Z9 Duty
Drive gd, motor frozen. ceptorsptcabin,315hp Storae end 10K axle gear 456
$1,600 813-641-3504 ss prop CD stereo, dual Spicer 70 new carb cur-
$1600.813-641-3504 bas, W flush, ct Carrolwoo de rentlyin ,Runs Great CHEVY 1995 S-10
20'Yamaha LX2000, '02. choice exh,warr to9/07. Storage!-Allboats/RVs $2,500 Firm 813.926.9589 BLACK 4 cylinder, 5
Twin jet, 270hp. Garage $21k.813-854-3975. welcome. Secure facility/ MUSTANG 5.0 5 seed speed $2500 OBO
kept, under 30 hours 25' 2000 Aquasport 250 24 hr acc. Reasonabe transmission $450 813-299-7403
use! $17,000. (813) Explorer, w/tourn.mas- rates. 813-505-2803 Complete exhaust with CHEVY 1996 25001 own-
855-7231 ter pkg. 250HP Johnson OUTDOOR STORAGE headers, h pipe, flow er,x-cab,2-tone, tO per,
21/2' 2000 Chaparral 216 eng. Many extras. Benjamin Rd., boats masters.muilers $200. 110kmi, loaded, x-clean
SSi w/ MercCruiser $29,500727-808-5232 RV's, auto, trucks 7.5 Posi unit w/3.73 $9650 obo 813-988-9618
240HP IB/OB. Only 25ftfWellcraft Sport fish- $40+/mo.Securedloc'n ears,pinion & bearings 13-988-5197
50hrs. Purchase new in erman. Cuddy cabin 813-684-9171 10 or $675 for al. 198S
Ohio in 2001 for $32,200 1991 model with 2006 South Bay R813-707-1476 CHEVY 1998 SILVERADO
Used infresh wateruntil in EFI Mecur en- e-Secure & outside Nssan 1999Maxima 1500, 350 8extented
6/04AOnly in salt water lines. Great s e and covered storage wrecke th front, 3 door,boedlner. $9,006.
2x. Always stored in- Ready to fish. $27,500. SouthBayStorage.com very very low mileage 813-689-5153
doors. Customred trr & Call 352-347-4470 813-677-20l 0 a parts must go
canvas pkg. Exc cond.
$20k obo 813-951-3439 28foot,l1991Baha 30LOA, 81-731-8208 DODGE 1995 Ram 1500
twin 454 ma0gs 20 Marine PARTING OUT'84 Chevy bong bed, new transm &
21'2002HurricaneSD217 hours, bravo wd G Supplies 5BlazerGoodMotor gres, cold air, runs
Deck Boat. Loaded silent choice exhaust. Repairs rebuilt Trans, Mosr great, $3000 obo.
w/cpremium s orts $27,900.813-293-2222 Repairs artswillfit S pick-up 3-752-5002
ard. (8 hrs.) 31' 1979/2002 Chris Craft T-TOPS ANODIZED ome phone after 5 pm DODGE 2002 1500 72,000
S/Mailtta. em Excalibur. Rare! New ALUMINUMWITHNEW 727-856-2561 mi Gray Pickup. Auto.
eltraler. Mint cond. Twin 454SC, TRS drives, CANVAS. CUSTOMIZED e. 4 W y .1 en
$19K. BV owner. new seats & alum. 3 axle TOFIT ANYBOAT.II b ed,en
813-907-2633. trlr,$44K941-730-1847 $800941-266-0903 Dneplayer cold AC,
21' HYDRASPORT 1997 32'PERMACRAFT SPORT- PROPS L.H. 27P Mirage reat condition.
150 Evinrude 67LB TM, FISH 1970, fiber lass new 250. 28P Bravo-1 'V o 13-431-2350
CC, Livewell, J.P, SS 7.4LMercruisers(90hrs) new $275. 26P Bravo 4
Prop, Drive On. rebuilt 2001 full galley, blade Lab. fin. $350 27P RIMS AND TIRES Dodge 2002 Ram 1500,
$14500obo 813-866-0621 Ray~theon 470 Fishfin- Mach $200 813-645-4473 W/SPINNERS Brand new Ion bed, V8, auto, air,
21' Hydrasports Hydras- $15i001 27)5A4 6 600-649 (275t5/R20,XXXS 5in- 813-641-1094; 340-6634
kiff, 21 w/tunnel hull: ners(style 404) with ex-
'97 evinrude 170 Ocean 33 ft Trojan, Boat partner Transportation ani, zealous rims**
pro; t-tops; trim tabs/ wanted completely $4,000 or best offer-call DODGE 2003 Ram 1500,
sack plate; minn kota, loaded twin 454, clean anytime 899-4497 or reu cab,5spd, le
4lb roin motor, sbte 8e seat 6, 610 Auto Leasing 376-3946(813)376-3946 6 ,500 mi2es 6AC $1090
poling platform, all al- sleeps -689-9632 TOYOTA 1993 COROLLA 245-8770
um.trir;fullcanvasboat 41' Searay Sundancer Mercedes 2003 E320 ood title For Parts DODGE 3 RAM 1500
covertoomanyXtrasto 2000, cat diesels, full sport,blkw/blklthrint, Repai N'edsfrontend DODGE 2003 RAM 1500
list. $17500 080. elect, sat. TV, P0ca utr nt, surnrtoof Co d r $90aN 0 d 2uad Cab, Hemi,
maint.,$245,900.3e over 2zyr lease Call 813-842-8548
21' MARIAH 212 SHABAH Brokerfee.2941-416-4095 $661.mo.813-855-7983
Bowrider seats 10. Ket, Toyota 1993 Corolla L E 813-335-8229
hih and dry. 75 hrs. 5.0 46.5 1999 Searay 19 Automotive motor trans wodrk FORD1990 F150 Extended
V Volvo 1.0. exc. cond. 450 Exride Services perfect but1 bo 6 9 Runs Great
$16400 includes tandem Askin $32 00 obo. EXPRESS- da 2654416 ood Work Truck
trailer and all the toys. 81-247-2299' EXPRESS LONG DIS- 813-265-4416 $2,000OBO
813-994-9961 TANCE MOVING to New TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt 813-671-0088 508-1951
SEARAY WEEKENDER York, New England, & all from A-Z, guaranteed
21' New Pontoon, 25 hp, '01, 100 hrs. ius states in between. Cus- work. Installation FORD 1991 F-150 X Cab,
^ercury $7995. Other serviced & detailed, tomer rated A+ Air ride available & ever thing V6,5-seed, clean. Runs
sizesandmotorsavail, every option avail, trucks.Freeestimates& else. Call Ro for well. AC needs work.
www. ontoonsplus.com showroom, cond. in dry friendly service. Reloca- prices: 813-610-1535 $1600.813-961-0666
1-888-914-8989 storage at Bayside tinn Specialists. (Lic -9
21' SEA OX OPEN Marina, 813-810-5581 s M C 2 9 9 .3 8 I I Utility FORD 1992 F150 XLT ext.
FISHERMAN, moving. Largest Volume Pontoon l6800-941-3767. Trailers cab, auto, AC, V8, 110K
Must sell! 185 Evinrude Dealerin Florida. Bay Area Motor Works. mi,-alpower, newtires.
w/rollertrailer.$5Kobo. Nauticstar Bay Boats. Engine rebuild & install, 48' Utility Storage TraierI $4500.813-220-0786
813-886-7924 www.donsboating.com Up to 3yr warrarny water tight, metal
21'Seaera'99, CC,150 813-677-1300 Auto/ Boat/ RV floors justserviced,can FORD1994F-150XLalu-
Johnson custom t-tow/ Selling a guitar can be 727-934-1731 deliver within Tampa, minum cube truck, AC,
rod holders GPS,VHS, 2 easier than playing it. A Dock Full of Deals in the $1250.813-390-5489 dual tanks, low miles,
batt live well washdown Place your adinMusical Boating Classifications Turn to Classified you runs great $3000 obo.
$16,000 (863)875-1739 instruments, class 420. everyday! can Bank on our Bargains 813-842-2205


629I Trucks Light
6 Duty

Ford 1996 Ranger Pickup,
extended cab, bedliner,
4 speed with over drive,
A/C,39K miles
Call 813-973-2453.
Ford 1999 F250 Heavy
Duty Refrigerated 10 Ft
box truck Excellent
shape 813-920-6550
leave message
FORD 2000 Ranger X cab
XLT, 4DR, loaded, hard
bd cvr, 77K mi. book val
$11.5K, sell $8500
813-732-8353* 988-3278
FORD 2002 F150 XLT SU-
PERCAB 4X4 48,000 mi,
Red/Grey, FX4 Auto.,
5.4L V8, All Options,
$20,250 (813) 353-0540
Pictureyour home in clas-
sified w/an ad on the Buy-
er's Choice photo page!
FORD 2002 XLT V8 Super
Cab, black 2tone all op-
tions-Ioaded, bed cover.
34,000 miles, $19,250
obo. 813-629-2272.
GMC 1993 SIERRA V8, exc
cond, pwr win/locks,
Masterflo exh, 167K mi,
maintained, runs great.
$3800 Firm 813-486-5047
GMC 1997 1500 Sierra
Reg. Cab, ex. clean,
$6995. If no answer
leave message
813-620-4416.
GMC 1998 K1500 4x4,
5spd, a/c, many extras,
premium sound system
Exc Cond! 97k mi.
$10,500.813-503-3584
Want Ads
Toyota 2003 Tundra Ltd
V8, auto 23K, green, all
power trailer hitch, 6
disc CD chngr, $22,500,
813-68-4569
n I Trucks -ut
S""" Heavy Duty
CHEVY 1992 C3500 4dr
Dually 454, GTS custom,
loaded excellent condi-
tion. $8500.
13-882-3227
FORD 1980 F600 Flat Bed,
runs good clean, $2,000
Please call:
813-493-8620
HURRICANE CLEAN UP
PACKAGE: Cat 304.5
Excavator w/hydraulic
demo hammer, demo
bucketw/thumb, digging
& amp; grading buckets.
2004 Peterbilt 350 dump,
Cat eng. Allison trans.,
only 6000 miles, 2004
Landolltilttrailer.$96,000
for package 352-235-0523
ISUZU 1994 NPR Box
Truck, 4 cyl, Turbo Die-
sel AM/FM, New Tires,
Rebuilt motor, Rebuilt
Trans, $4,900
W 813-792-2264%


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1630A I Buses I
VW 1971 Classic Bus,
weekender model,
RARE, hard top w/full
camper int., very good
cond. $6200 obo
813-818-9175.
630B I 4-Wheel

DODGE 1999 Ram 3500
Quad cab. Duely, 4x4
5spd 63K, Turbo Diesel,
Loaded, $17,500 Firm
813-620-0955
FORD 1992 Bronco 4x4,
Ed. Buar. Edt. Low Mile-
age, extra Clean,
$5,850 OBO-Trade
5 813-220-0906 0
FORD 1999 F150 XLT Su-
percab 4x4, Black, V8,
Off Road Pkg, Stepside
bed Towing Pkg, Load-
ed, $11K813-741-1919
FORD 2004 F150 Lariat,
4x4, black/black, cent.
cons. bucket seats,
chrome whis & running
brds, deck lid, garaged,
kept. showroom cond.
7,777 mi. 813-810-5581
JEEP 1994 WRANGLER
99K, 4 cylinder, AM/FM
CD, PS 3 Tops, 5spd,
Looks & runs great, no
AC, $4500.727-808-1890
1631 Vans I
DODGE 1995 Conversion,
handicap equipped lift,
new engine, $5,000.
813-884-0323
DODGE 2003 Cargo Van,
new, white extra clean
20k mi. Asking $13,900
obo. 813-810-3278

FORD 1995 FACTORY
Customized Van, Full
size High top, TV,
excellent condition,
$4800.727-267-0044
FORD 1998 Windstar LX
CD Stereo, Roof Rack
Power windows, Cruise
Runs Great, Must Sell
$5,500 obo 813-994-9380
FORD 1998 WINDSTAR
8K,000 mi, Tan, Wagon,
Auto 2 WD $5500,
Must Go (352) 799-5099
FORD 2000 Windstar Car-
go van, White, loaded,
alarm, 55K mi $5,995.
813-962-1265 or
393-6653
FORD 2001 E150 Sherrod
conv. hi-top van, V8 TV
VCR all pwr, Ithr, 54K
AM/FM CD exc. cond.
$16,999 813-363-2879
Ford 2002 Econoline E150
Cargo van, 43K miles, 6
cyl, Exc cond! $12,900
813-935-7500

GMC 2001 Savana Carpet
Cleaning Van. 12k Miles
with Butler Cleaning Syst.
with400 Hrs. Complete
$26,000 obo. 813-920-0706
HONDA 2000 ODYSSEY EX
Van, loaded, navigation
system, etc., dual power
sliding drs, great cond.
$15,500.813-833-6895
MAZDA2002 MPV, ES, Ithr
int 6 CD, 34,600 mi, XM
radio, one owner, non
smoker, $16,500. Call
David94l-341-0668
TOYOTA 1998 Sienna XLE
All Power & Low Miles,
$11,950 813-393-6208
813-653-0832

TOYOTA 1999 SIENNA
VAN, 5 door, XLE, Black,
52K mi. $12,900.
(813)781-7958

TOYOTA 1999 XLE Sienna,
white, loaded, all op-
tions, well maintained,
high miles, $8500 obo.
813-493-3209.
2 Sport Utility
632 Vehicles

BMW 2001 X5, 4.4i, silver,
leather, CD moonroof
18" wheels, female driv-
en, end of lease. 58k mi.
$3,900 813-293-5914
CHEVY 1994 SUBURBAN
Silverado 1500, Int exc,
A/C, pwr everything,
CD rear A/C $5200 obo
Must go 813-973-7671
CHEVY 1995 Blazer LS V6,
loaded, leather, new:
AC, tires, brakes. $3200.
813-766-1050

CHEVY 1999 TAHOE Blue,
4wd, 4dr, leather, load-
ed. $10,999
813-623-3581

Chevy 2000 Suburban,
4x4,blk,LT, fully loaded,
well maintained, all re-
cords $15 600. Call:
813-731-3141
CHEVY 2004 SUBURBAN
2500 6.0, 34 ton, rare
white w/ Ithr LT, load-
ed, on-star, XM radio,
14 600 mi $34,995
863-640-3457
CHEVY 2004 Tracker 4X4
only 6K mi
4dr, loaded, 1 owner,
$12,500.813.833-2731
DODGE 2000 DURANGO
4X4 loaded, 51K mi.,
leather, 3rd row, rear
A/C, front/rear tow,
Alpine CD, ext. warr.
$16,900. (813)655-6609
DODGE 2003 DURANGO,
dark blue, fully loaded,
mint condition, asking
$18,500. Please call 0
813-781-03240


3I 2 Sport Utility

FORD 1990 Bronco, Exc
body, good motor &
transmission, brakes
fair. Won't last! $2200
813-835-4774
FORD 1991 EXPLORER
1 owner, 4dr, V6, 4x4,
cold air, fully loaded,
low miles, runs great.
$2,500 obo 813-842-2205
FORD 1992 Explorer, 200K
miles, runs good $1,000.
Call 813-431-6981
FORD 1996 EXPLORER XLT
green, 90000 mi, all
power, leather interior,
radio, a/c, great shape
$5200 obo. 813-494-3724
Ford 1996 Explorer, full
power options, exc cond
orig Ford documenta-
tion, garage kept must
see. $6800 813-994-4905
FORD 1997 EXPLORER XLT
all pwr, tow pkg, roof
rack, running boards, 6
CD cgr. 60K mi on eng.
$5500 obo 813-677-7379
FORD 1998 EXPLORER
Auto V8, fully loaded,
female owned, 86K mi.,
excellent condition,
$8,500813-949-7886
FORD 1999 EXPEDITION
90k mi, EB Burg. w/Tan
Leather, AWD, 5.4
$14,000 (813) 494-5642

FORD 2000 ExplorerXLT, 4
dr, V6, auto, CD, all pwr,
Ithr, tinted, rear AC, CC,
tilt, hitch, ABS, $9,800.
813-368-8506.
FORD 2000 Explorer Limit-
ed, auto, V8, 2WD, Ithr,
tow pkg, looks & runs
like new, clean car fax
accident free, 74K mi.,
only $10,900.
813-924-4131
FORD 2001 Explorer
Sport, white, auto non-
smoker, excellent,
34,000 miles, $12,500.
813-416-3323.
FORD 2002 EXPEDITION
Eddie Bauer, 33,500 ml.,
enter, ctr, 4.6 eng., Red,
exc. cond. w/ warr
$22,900 813-689-4483
FORD 2004 EXPLORER XLT
only 5K mi
4x4, 4dr, loaded, 1 owner,
$22,500 obo 813-833-2733
FORD 2005 Escape Sport
V4, PW, PL, Cruise, Tilt,
Sec Sys, Running Brds,
2-tone,3K Miles, $21,000
obo 707-208-0942
HONDA 2001 Passport
Black & tan 4dr, loaded,
1 owner, 60k ori mi,
$13,975. Kevin 863-409-
1948/eves 863-686-1948
Honda 2002 CRV EX,
silver, 20k mi, auto, pwr
all, sunroof all service
records. ixc Cord!
$18,400.813-220-9277
ISUZU 1997 Rodeo LS, au-
to, air, V6 new tires &
brakes, 167K mi., $3400,
813-641-1094; 340-6634

ISUZU 2001 Rodeo, V6, au-
to, LS, full power, 35K
mi., 120K mi. warr., Call
for details, $13,000 obo
352-523-1795
JEEP 1995 Cherokee
Laredo, looks & runs
good, leather, AC, High
Milage. $4006
V 813-650-0574
JEEP 1996 Grand Chero-
kee Lorado, 6 cyl, auto,
air PW, PL, alarm, CD,
white, very clean, $4506
obo. 813-725-6175.
JEEP 1998 CHEROKEE 4dr
wagon, clean, original
condition, in line 6cyl,
full power, air, auto. Sac-
rifice...need surgery. Gas
saver! $6K. 813.639.0221
JEEP 1998 GRAND CHERO-
KEE LTD 4wd, moon rf,
75K, gray, loaded, CD
chgr. $7995. 813-393-
6651 or 813-991-5881
JEEP 1999 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo 49K mi., fully
loaded, excellent cond.
$10,800.813-468-5783

JEEP 1999 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, 4WD, new
dealer installed motor,
loaded, exccond.88K mi
$11,000 813-662-2690
Jeep 2000 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, 4.0, fully eq.
incl. dully powered
seats, mint. cond. 44K
mi $12,500 obo
727-442-8022
JEEP 2001 Grnd Cher. Ltd.
CD, chrome wheels, tint-
ed windows, tow pk, sun
roof seat warmers,
$14,300.813-390-5020.
JEEP 2002 LIBERTY
SPORT silver, 6-CD play-
er, tinted windows, 28K
miles, $15,500 or best of-
fer.0 813-508-03380
Jeep 2002 Liberty Sport,
4dr, 4x4, auto, CD, AC,
pw'pl, silver w/ grey
cloth. $10,700.
813-323-7973/909-7001
JEEP 2002 LIBERTY 4X4,
Auto, all pwr, remote
locks, tape/CD AC, tint,
Brown, 33,600 mi.
$16,500.727-934-4689
KIA 2001 SPORTAGE,
Burgundy, 2 dr, soft top,
tilt, CD, full pwr, auto
$5200 813-205-6961ex-
cellent condition
SELLING YOUR CAMPER?
Place an ad in class 562
and see how many buy-
ers pop up


I Sport Utility
6321 Vehicles

LANDROVER 2001 RANGE
ROVER, Ithr int. all pwr,
exc cond full main
history, fully loaded.
$19,000.1-800-569-8136
LEXUS 2001 RX3001 own-
er, non smkr, 26K mi. All
opts, leather & moon rf,
fact. warty 6 yr/ 70k.
$24,500 941-350-7544
LINCOLN 2001 Navigator
39K, warr, am/fm/cd,
new tires tan w/tan
interior, show room cond.
$20,999.727-644-1491
MERCEDES-BENZ 1998 M-
CLASS ML320, 111,000
mi, White, Sports Utility,
Auto., 4 WD, 6 Cyl.
$12,700, Must See (813)
65-5655
MERCURY 1997
Mountaineer SUV,
loaded, Burgundy,
keyless, mint cond
$7500.813-754-7674
NISSAN 1996 Pathfinder
SE, 4x4, auto, pwr win-
dow/locks alarm, cd
new tires/brakes, 93K
mi. $6900.813-907-0517
TOYOTA 1995 4-RUN-
NER, V-6,4X4, auto, SR5,
new tires 220k mi, 1
owner $3900 obo
813-503-6295
Toyota 1995 Land Cruis-
er, 73k mi, fully loaded
runs Great Below appr $
$12k Moving Must sell
13-251-5477; 368-6366
TOYOTA 1999 4Runner-
Metallic sand dune
paint all power,tow pkg
10,000. Ask for John or
Jenny 813-240-0028
TOYOTA 2000 4 runner SR
5, loaded, Ithr, wood
trim, towing pkg, lug-
gage rack exc cond.
$15,500obo 13-238-5822
TOYOTA 2002 4Runner
SR5, V6, 2WD, Grey,
Towing Pkg, Roof Rack,
ABS, 38K, pwr-w, dl,
Cruisec dD C leanExc.
$20,645 813-033-3622
TOYOTA 2002 Highlander
United Excellent,
excellent cond, full LTD.


TOYOTA2003 HIGHLAND-
ER, silver, cloth interior,
keyless entry, CD/tape,
cruise AC 30K miles,
$19,39t5.813-495-6748
TOYOTA 2004 4 RUNNER
SR5 4X2 V6 leather, all
power, sunroof, alarm,
8K miles. $29,500.
813-684-4043
S635 I Motorcycles I
HARLEY 1968 PAN SHOV-
EL Wide Glide, etc.
$7,000 firm. Also weight
machine Banded ask-
ing $50.813-973-0719
Harley 1993 Softail, exc
cod, 13,500 mi, red &
black with extra
chrome. $11,500
Call 813-925-0951
Harley Davidson 1994
Electro Glide Classic
teal & silver balance of
ext warr $11,000 firm
813-653-0719; 390-0979
HARLEY 1997 CUSTOM
FAT BOY, 2x winner Rat-
shole Daytona w/many
others. Chrome & extras
front to back, engine
hexcut & powder coat-
ed, dual hyper chargers,
Carlini handle bars, all
cable braided, Inferno
whls. A SHOW STOPPER!
$22900obo 813-964-9005
Harley Davidson 1998 Dy-
na Lo Rider, exc cond,
9300 mi, custom whis,
chrome, xtra seat, bags
$11,000 813-495-3642
Harley Davidson 1998
Sportster Customized,
only 5k mi, many extras,
serl for $9000.
813-917-4963
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
Springer, 1600 orig. mi,
like new, black, discon-
tinued model. $16,500.
727-688-1565
HARLEY 2001 FXDX Su-
perglide Sport Pearl
White, Powder Black en-
gine, 700 Miles, $14,000
813-416-3952
HARLEY 2001 Sprintger
Softail, 3K mi. extra
chrome VH pipes,
$13,900 obo.
941-448-6140
HARLEY 2002 FatBoy, Fl,
stage 1 scr. eagle pipes,
chrome, detach wind
sheild ext warr. alarm.
mint, $18.5K 813-986-6984
Harley Davidson 2003 V-
Rod. 700 mi., screaming
eagfe exhaust and other
extras. Selling for Pay
off $14,992 813-661-9068
HARLEY 2003 Sportster
XL883C, ext warr. stage I
w/scream eagle pipes
sad'l. bags, many xtras,
$9500 obo 813-935-2924
HARLEY 2003 V-Rod 1850
mi, 100th Anniv, Sundow-
ner seat, backrst, lugga-
ge rck, windshld, $1500 in
extras, $17,900. Ds (813)
875-8935; Ev. 231-8508
Check Out Cars/Trucks in
today Classified section!


I635 | Motorcycles I
HONDA 1965 DREAM
Black & Chrome.
Looks good& runs.
813-265-2035
Honda 1976 GL1000 Ltd,
7500mi, one owner,
windjammer, saddle
bags, w/many extras.
$49Sdobo. 813-920-4625
Honda 1979 Goldwing
GL1000, full dresser, 38K
mi. New tires, seat & ex-
haust. Exc. cond. Road
rdy! $1975.813-641-3800
HONDA 1982 CB900F
5217 mi, garaged, un
used since 1987. Ran
great. Has some rust &
oxidation. Needs clean
up minor work tires,
batt fluids. $650 firm
813-980-0837 Mornings
HONDA 1997 XR400R, low
hours, excellent condi-
tion $1750 obo.
813-165-6175.

HONDA 2002 SHADOW
Classic 750, Black, 3700
miles $4,500.
Call 813-503-9378
Honda 2002 XR400, Mint
cond., garage kept,
$5700 new, $4700 obo &
2000 honda XR100, ood
cond. $1300 obo. Add'l
a quip. avail.
813-818-9175.
HONDA 2003 Elite, 60mpg
goes 55mph, street
legal, like new 500 mi.
asing $1500 obo.
813-401-2674 ,21 2450
HONDA 2003 REFLEX 250.
400 mi. 5yr warr, Yellow
& Bo k, lske new cond,
adult owned. $3750.
813-293-1717
HONDA 2003 ST 1300 ABS,
exc cond, electric wind-
shield low miles.
$12,500.813-649-9609 or
813-380-4419
SUZUKI 2000 BANDIT
1200,11K mi, hard bags,
corbin seat, many extras,
1 owner, garaged mint.
$5,500.813-690-5714
SUZUKI 2003 GSXR 750
yellow & black, gar kept,
1400 mi, like new $740
obo never wrecked, 1
owner 813-872-9819
YAHAMA 1998 ROYAL
STAR TOUR CLASSIC
Showroom Condition.
Over 5K in chrome &
paint 17K miles. $8000.
(813)376-4742
YAMAHA 1981 VIRAGO.
Needs tune-up $900
OBO Call 863-602-6389.

YAMAHA 2002 Road Star
1600 Cobra pipes, Extra
Chrome, 4,700 Mi, Ga-
rage Kept, Adult Owned,
$8,500 obo 813-263-3600
Yamaha 2002 YZF1000 R-1
4700 mi, exc cond. Liq-
uid silver, devil high
pipe, solo seat, new rear
tire. $7300 813-477-3900
Big Dog 2003 Bull Dog,
3500 mi., full warranty
Pearl White. $28,000
OBO. 813-748-2118
813-989-1236
S636 Golf Carts
GOLF CARS: 2001 E-Z Go
$1700 2002 E-Z Go $2000,
2001 Club Car $1800,
2004 New E-Z Go $4600,
1-800-571-1644

Golf Cart,
Kushmanw/charger,4
wheels, size 50.gdcond!
$550.813-902-9347.
1637 ATVs I
2002 400EX, adult driven,
20 hrs, Yellow.
$3,500
941-927-8055
or 941-345-3815
HONDA 1985 350X 3-
wheeler, strong runner,
good shape. Only made
nm 85 & 86. $1400 obo.
813-780-1807
HONDA 2001 RUBICON
500 Honda Rubicon 4WD
w/Warn Winch. Excel-
lent Shape 4000.00 OBO
Contact Jeff After 6 PM
(813)907-2643
HONDA 2001 TRX -90 Ex-
cellent Condition
$1750.00 OBO Contact
Jeff after 6 PM (813)
907-2643
YAMAHA 2001 WARRIOR
350 4 wheeler, new
14tires brakes, battery.
Exc. Condition $2500
obo. 813-598-4330
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We'll come pick it up!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535


Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
CORVETTE 1993 40th
Anniv. Less Than 3K Mi.
Exc Cond. Garage Kept,
Hard & Rag Top, $28.K,
256-272-0163
Front Eng Dragster 1969
NHRA S/C Certified, In-
jected MOPAR 440 on Al-
cohol, 2 speed glide, Trir
Incld. 239-368-0336
LINCOLN 1967
Continental, 4 dr, 69K
orig mi, Orig paint & int,
cold air. $6500.
863-551-9214
MG 1966 B ROADSTER 51k
mi. BR Grn, rest'd in 84 3
tops. Exc cond. $7500
00. (813) 926-4387

VW 1971 Classic Bus,
weekender model
RARE, hard top w/full
camper int., very good
cond. $6200 obo
813-818-9175.
Unique antique that runs
& drives like a dream.
1984 LINCOLN TOWN
CAR 6 DOOR LIMO that
just turned 34,000 actual
mile's like a barely
used auto. All new tires -
replaced due to age, not
wear. $5,000 Firm.
649-9088 or 244-6700.
'68 Galaxy 500 Convert-
ible,'73 Mach I Mustang.
$7,500.
813-248-2223
I RA Automobiles
649 For Sale

ACURA 1991 Integra LS
BLK 2DR. 5SPD, sunroof,
runs good, a/c, AEM in-
take new clutch. $2100
813-888-8329
ACURA 2002 RSX, silver,
5 spd, sunrf, all pwr,
23500 mi. exc. cond.
$16,000 813-431-6792

CLASSIFIED
IS ACCESSIBLE
ACURA 2002 RSX Type S
Met. pnt dk grey, OEM
upgrades, spit, og
lights, 48k, $16,900 obo
Details 813-335-1596
Acura 2002 TL, loaded,
34K, 1 owner, garaged,
pearl wht w/tan Ithr int.
fact. warr., Exc. cond,
$21,900.813-932-9932
BMW 1997 5281, 90K
miles. Burgundy color,
fully loaded, premium
ackage. 9.995 OBO.
Must sell. (81)994-3820
BMW 1998 528i Black,
gray Ithr auto, M5 18
whis, 82K mi. with 100K
warr. Beautiful. $15,500.
813-261-7979/963-1513
BMW 2001 325CI, Auto,
White, Tan Leather,
Sunroof Low Mileage,
Clean, Service Records,
$21,000.813-376-9294
BMW 2001 330CI, silver
w/charcoal, premium
sound, sport package.
Still under wrty. Asking
$26,500.941-650-2437
BMW20015251,49,600 mi,
auto, AC Ithr int. sunrf,
alloy whis. all pwr, cc.,
tilt s wh, bright titanium,
$28,888.783-8547
BMW 2001 Z3, 2.5
Convertible, Automatic,
Loaded, 22,600 miles,
Extended Warranty,
Certified, $25,800.
941-388-1451
BMW 2003 525i Sterling
grey, only 11k mi, 50k
act warr, prem pkg, int.
phone, exc cond$36,500

Spot Advertising Works
BMW 2003 5301, Sport/
Prem. pkg, phone new
tires, grey w/ blk Ithr int,
30k mi. $37,000
813-752-6736 Lv Mssg
BUICK 1998 REGAL GS,
loaded, 36K mi., V6, su-
per charged, new tires,
excellent condition
$8500.813-963-5328
BUICK 1999 LeSabre Cus-
tom, met. gold, cloth,
mom's car, AAA CAR
FAX, exc cond. 30k mi,
$8k obo.813-971-0126.
BUICK 2000 REGAL LS,
all power, white w/
cloth int, stereo exc
cond. only 32K mi,
$6900.813-933-5522
BUICK 2001 Park Ave.
fully loaded options,
IMMACULATE. 3K ml.,
light bronze metallic.
$?5,500.813-977-8668
Cadillac 1984 Fleetwood
Looks good, runs, a clas-
sic make offer. Seller
motivated. Dealers wel-
come. 813-779-3914
CADILLAC 1994 Fleet-
wood Brougham, White
w/blue int, 103K mi, es-
tate car, sealed bids due
Sept. 10. Terrence F.
Pyle, P.A., 707 Del Webb
Bvd W, Sun City Center,
813-634-3361
CADILLAC 1999 Catera
Sedan, 4dr, 25Kmi, load-
ed, Ithr, auto. Exc con.
Slvr. Integrated phone.
$11,500.813-935-7077
CHEVY 1981 CORVETTE,
MUST SELL!
New Custom Engine
$10K OBO.
In Tampa. 850-217-1385
CHEVY 1983 El Camino,
V8, auto, ps, pb, body is
rust-free, runs exc, good
restoration car. $2500.
813-932-8362


649 Automobiles
64 For Sale

CHEVY 1993 BARETTA,
Red, 2 door, AC, remote
entry, sunroof, new
brakes, $1500 obo.
813-571-3822

CHEVY 1995 CORSICA
4dr 93K miles AC.
$2060.813-624-5883

CHEVY 1997 Z28 30th An-
ni. Conv. loaded, new
tires, gar kept adult
owner/driven, 50K mi,
$11,500obo 813-299-4710
CHEVY 1998 Malibu LS,
Green, V6 Leather,
Loaded, 98K, Looks &
Runs Good,
$4,000 813-653-1967
CHEVY 2000 MALIBU 97K
mi., Brown, CD, A/6, all
power, clean in & out.
Must sell, $3,999
813- 453-9114
CHEVY 2002 CAMARO SS-
black w/ leather, 6 spd
Hurst shifter, 15K miles,
loaded, mint condition.
$23,000.813.657.9018
CHRYSLER 1993 NEW
YORKER Like new
white, loaded 50K
miles. $4400
800-434-3256
CHRYSLER 1995 CON-
CORD Good cond. Full
pwr, looks/runs good.
2560 OBO. 813-655-
201/571-0191
CHRYSLER 2002 PT
CruiserTouring, 5 spd,
full power, CD, chrome
wheels, excellent cond,
$10,200.813-246-1148
CHRYSLER 2003 PT Cruis-
er, Touring Ed, 13,800
miles, auto crnbry, all
power, alarm, fact warr,
$13,500 obo. Call Barry
813-854-3594
CHRYSLER 2004 TOWN \ &
COUNTRY LX. 8,500mi.
Silver, 5 Speed, 6 Cyl.
Sticker $27,365. Asking
$19.995. Daryl
813-469-2132
Corvette 1985, Viper Blue
w/white stripes,
Greenwood spoiler 16"
mags 160K mi, rebuilt
trans., new ac & MP3.
Neon It kit, runs good.
$6950 813-643-0443
CORVETTE 1987 Torch
red, PS/PB/PW, AM/FM
/cass, T/T wheel, leath-
er seats, A/C, low miles,
runs great must sell
$7200 obo. 813-478-2726
CORVETTE 1992 Coupe,
LT1, 2 owners, gar'd,
unique paint job 109k,
runs/Iks great! $10,900
obo 813-928-8092
Corvette 1994,2 tops, 77K
mi, new tires, ZR1 whis,
red, Ithr, garage kept
lady driven. $14,500 obo
813-888-6505
CORVETTE 1996, Grand
Sport Pkg, 6 spd, red ex-
terior very clean, adult
maintained, $16,900
obo. 813-832-8244.
CORVETTE 2001 31,000
mi, White, Convertible,
Auto., sport seats, per-
formance axle, come
wheels, hud, cd chan-
der, no paint work new
tires. $32,500 (813)
928-2027
CORVETTE 2002 loaded,
removable top, comes
w/bra & car cover 35K
mi., $30,000 OD6B.
813-486-9611
CORVETTE 2004, 6 spd,
yellow w/ red int, load-
ed, 10k mi, $37,99s
863-640-2802
DEAWOO 2002 NUBRIA,
Like new, only 1200 orig-
inal mi, all access., all
pwr, keyless $6800
813-839-4272
DODGE 1991 Stelth, 78k
miles, very good condi-
tion, $28-00 OBO.
813-933-1424 or
813-831-0411.
DODGE 1994 VIPER RT/10,
Beautiful, 57,000 mi,
Red, 10 Cyl., 6-speed, 20
mp at 100 mph, $32, 000
(727)642-5446
DODGE 2000 STRATUS SE,
auto, 4dr, mint condi-
tion, like new, 31K origi-
nal mi 1 onwer only
$5600 ('27) 541-6566
Dodge 2004 Viper SRT-10
Red convertible, Brand
New untitled, willing to
deal! Call Charlie at
850-554-4960
FIAT 1981 SPIDER con-
vertible, red w/tan
leather runs and looks
great, $5,400 or best of-
fer. Call 727-510-5505
FORD 1994 Mustang, runs
great Hunter Green,
6cyl, 5spd, A/C, pb,ps
cd, 112K mi. $3,25d
813-882-4781 679-1881
FORD 1995 Mustang GT
Convertible White gray
leather, 5.0 5spd, Sa-
leen upgrades, 10 disk
CD, adult owned, 71K
IMMACULATE must see
$12,500.813-855-1395
FORD 1996 Mustang V8,
Metallic Green, Ithr, al-
loys, 111k mi, vg cond,
offers at $4,950 OBO.
813-842-1696
FORD 1996 MUSTANG CO-
BRA 82,000 mi, loaded
Red,Coupe, 5 Speed, 8
Cyl. $9,500 obo, 2 many
extras 2 list call 4 info
(813) 629-7467
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I Automobiles
649 For Sale

FORD 1997 THUNDERBIRD
47K mi, Alpine green
leather, Coupe, Auto., 8
Cyl. $5,600, Low Miles
(813)495-4307
Ford 1998 Contour LX/SE,
4dr, V6, all power, CC,
AC, am/fm cass, exc
cond, 59K, carfax avail
$3750obo. 813-244-8398
FORD 1998 MUSTANG,
red, 5spd, allpower, 62K
miles excellent condi-
tion, $6,000 or best offer.
Call 813-348-6375
FORD 2000 MUSTANG
red, auto, A/C, CD, all
pwr exc cond, 64k mi1
9,9 00 Must sell
813-833-4603
FORD 2001 FOCUS, Auto,
4 door, AC, 1 owner,
excellent condition,
43K original miles, $5750.
(727)541-6566
FORD 2001 MUSTANG GT
conv., red w/tan top &
Ithr, 5spd, every option
in '01 + extras, ext warr
$13900obo 813-679-4814
FORD 2002 Taurus SES,
41K mi, Grey, Ithr, CD
changer, prem wheels,
spoiler, 4dr, auto.
$10,950 813-477-1007
FORD 2003 MUSTANG
8,600 mi, dk Gray, Pony
Edition, 5 Spd, 6 Cyl.
8.6k .$13,800 Excellent
condition. 813-623-6496
Ford 2003 Mustang Cony
Pony edition, like new,
alloy, cd player, spoiler,
17K mi. $16,5o00bo.
727-937-1151
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FORD 2003 TAURUS SES,
Auto, all power keyless
CD, alloys, 25k, perfecR
cond, fact warr $10,500
OBD. 813-719-0600
HONDA 1991 ACCORD LX,
auto AC, P/W, AM/FM
170K mi. Runs great!
$1500 obo. 813-486-2570

HONDA 1994 Accord Ex,
auto, a/c, pwr all, Ithr,
cd allow wheels, new
brks & tires, sunroof
$4000 813-948-1817
HONDA 1994 ACCORD Ex.
Cond. Beige, Auto., Cold
A/C, 6 Cyl, 138k Hwy
Miles $3,900 obo (813)
625-0505
HONDA 1995 Civic DX, one
owner, 5 speed, tinted
windows, runs great,
152K miles, $2,500 OBO.
813-917-1224
HONDA 1996 ACCORD LX,
Automatic, 4dr white
air, all power, excellent
condition $3,500.
813-294-0770:984-0846
HONDA 1996 ACCORD EX,
73K mi., dark Green,
auto, moon roof, A/C.
$6,495
(727)372-0739
HONDA 1998 Civic EX,
75,000 mi, White, Coupe,
5 peed, 2 WD, 4 Cyl.
$6,500, One Owner
Great Value (813)
786-1365
HONDA 1999 ACCORD EX
2 door, auto, Silver/
Black leather, sun roof,
loaded, new tires, 80K
mi. $8,995.973-3656
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HONDA 2002 Accord LS
auto, 54Kmi, clean,
1 owner, non-smoker
$12,900 813-677-83W3

HYUNDAI 2000 ELANTRA
BIk, 4dr, Auto, Air CC,
Splr, 64k, gd cond.
$4,500 OBO
(8131 368-3542
HYUNDAI 2003 ACCENT
GL, 15k mi, auto A/C,
CD, pwr everything,
$8000 0 813-251-6542

INFINITI 1996 G20, 79 200
mi., Ithr, sunroof, full
pwr, tinted, new brakes &
tires, runs great. $5,900
OBO. 813-973-8128
INFINITI 2000 G20 gold, 4
drs, Bose stereo, pw/pl,
moon roof, tinted
alarm, mint condition!!
$10k. 727-687-2817
INFINITE 2003 G35 Sport
Coupe 24,500 mi, silver,
all opts, sport pkg, spoil-
er. $32K OBO or take
over pymts or assume
lease of $619/mo. Must
sell. www.swapa
lease.comrn #75556.
813-926-4699
JAGUAR 1998 XJ8L Fabu-
lous pristine, British
green, wd grain int. exec
car, immac cond. 80K mi
,$18,500 813-220-1253

LEXUS 2000 ES 300 19,000
mi, slvr w/grey Ithr int.,
garage kept, Lexus
svc d, full pwr am/fm/
5cd chngr, MIUST SEE
$18,500 813-362-7728
681-3369,
LEXUS 2001 IS300, Pearl,
black Ithr, esk, power
options, CD mnf, 50K
mi, x-cond. $21,000 obo
813-390-5079
LEXUS 2001 iS300, loaded
29K mi, well maint, fact
warr. Looks & runs like
new w/spoiler. $22,500
obo. 813-907-0659
LEXUS 2003 ES300, sand,
tan int, loaded, garaged,
non-smoker, exc. cond,
bal fact warr, 11,800 mi.
$28,900.813-909-4038


Automobiles
649 For Sale

LINCOLN 2000 Town Car
Cartier Estate Sale
Private Paarty. Low miiles,
no smoking, garage
kept, white. Beige
leather loaded $16,900.
1-727-791-1777
MAZDA 1991 Red, 2dr
132k mi, cold A/C, 5spd
$1500 runs great
813-818-4862
MAZDA 1993 929 V6,3.0L,
Power win, locks, seats
& moonroof cruise, Ma-
hogany Exc Cond.
$2,995 -13-931-9310
MAZDA 1993 MX-3 New
Air, New Tires, Runs
great. 1,100 Ryan (813)
92-0895

MAZDA 2000 SE 53,000 mi,
Burgundy, Convertible,
2 WD 4 Cyl. $12000,
Must Sell, LOADED (813)
689-9611
MAZDA 2002 626 LX, 25K
mi, auto,4dr all pwr, CD,
ac, alloy whis, fact warr
3yr/50K mi. Non-smokr
$8750obo 813-495-0591
MERCEDES 1987 560SL
Roadster, drk grey, 83K
2 owner, perf. cond
$14,500 obo
813-254-3599
MERCEDES BENZ 1990
420SEL, drk blue, pris-
tine cond., 2nd owner,
low miles, $10,995 OBO.
941-32-4959
MERCEDES 1992 300SE
Black, loaded, snrf, Ithr
int, 100K mi, immac,
must see $11,000 obo
813-689-5303 or 810-1882
MERCEDES 1992 500SL
convertible w/two tops,
42K mi., like new,
$21,500.727-688-1565

MERCEDES 1995 E420
V8, sunroof, new tires &
radiator, just serviced
NADA $11900.1st $850d
takes it. 813-453-2107
Mercedez 1997 Benz
S320, green, tan leather
interior, exc cond.
$14,500 obo
813-215-5964
MERCEDES BENZ 2001
S600 BIk/blk, 14K mi,
sport pkg, all opts +
18"chomewhls, 10K mi
ext warranty. Exc. cond.
Not a scratch. Asking
$73,000727-864-2024
MERCEDES 2002 C320
loaded, Bordeaux Red
Metallic, Gray Ithr
flawless! 35K mi w/100K
warranty. $27,400.
813-960-5844
MERCEDES BENZ 2004
CLK 320 Convertible bik
ext, tan int, fullyloaded,
10K miles. $55,000.
813-960-2999
Mercury 1987 Sable. Runs
well, requires installa-
tion of front seats. All of-
fers accepted. Dealers
welcome. 813-779-3914
MERCURY 1996 SABLE
LS, 74K mi, well main-
tained new transmis-
sion, $4,800. Call:
813-926-6163
MERCURY 1997 Grand
Marquis 88K mi., white
w/ green int., 4dr, fully
loaded! New Mich. tires.
$6500 obo 863-640-3429
Mitsubishi 1994 Eclipse,
very good cond. no body
damage, runs great
clean, $2200.
813-855-6141
MITSUBISHI 1995 Eclipse
GST Good Cond. A/C,
Power windows, Leath-
er seats, Sunroof, 68K
Mi, Asking $5,100 OBO
813-785-6447-681-5589
MITSUBISHE 1998 3000GT
Black, tan Ithr garage
kept, only 20K mi.
Immaculate! $12,500
obo. 813-220-1248
MITSUBISHI 2002 Dia-
mante, exc cond, load-
ed, 39k mi, must sell
$1400 below Blue book
$11,995.813-833-2570.
Mitsubishi 2003 Galant
ES, low miles, CD, power
everything. $8,000.
813-886-8167
or 813-545-5788
MITSUBISHI 2003 Lancer
LS, automatic, all power
options, 14K miles, tan,
ver nice car, $9800
FIRM. 813-453-8916
NISSAN 1986 300ZX
Excellent Condition,
new tires.
$1800 000
813-949-6167
NISSAN 1994 Sentra LE,
4DR, auto, 76K, air, pw,
pdl, new tires, starter &
brakes runs great $2500
813-684-9727. 684-9031
NISSAN 1995 ALTIMA
champagne, mint cond.
leather, sunroof, runs
great, $3900
813-363-3901
NISSAN 1999 MAXIMA SE,
Fully loaded, leather,
CD, sunroof, Gold, exc.
cond. $8,500.
Call 813-920-6768
Nissan 2003 350ZTouring,
Brickyard color, 6 spd.
MUST SELL! Son in
college. $29,995 OBO.
813-681-6875
OLDS 1993 CUTLASS,
A/C, 4 new tires new
muffler, excellent con-
dition $2i300. Call:
W 813-651-3770


I 6 I Automobiles
For Sale
OLDS 2001 ALERO, 2 dr,
White auto, 53K miles,
loaded, one owner, exc
cond. $7900.
813-368-7577
OLDSMOBILE 2000 IN-
TRIGUE GL, A/C Auto
pwr everything, tinted
wind, V-6, great car
$5500 813-986-5758
PLYMOUTH 2000 NEON
55K. 1 owner records, 4
dr Sedan silver, auto,
AC, am/fm cass, exc,
$3995. (727) 596-3674
PLYMOUTH 2000 Neon, 4
door very low mileage-
28,000, good cond-mi-
nor body damage, ask-
ing $4500.813-601-1566.
PONTIAC 2004 GRAND
PRIX GT2, BIk, chrm
whis, sunroof, much
more! 2K mi. Warranty.
$22,000 obo.
813-818-4722
SATURN 1994 SL1 5 spd,
60K mi, cold ac, new
clutch, good cond. $1300
813-681-9263
SATURN 1999 SL1, 4 dr
Sdn, 1.9.4 cyl, auto all
pwr, AI, loaded. 6xc
cond. $5500.
813-251-6465 after 5pm
TOYOTA 1989 CAMRY full
power, cold ac, mechan-
ically & body good
shape, runs great.
$1800.813-968-5452
TOYOTA 1990 CELICA
ST red 5spd runs good
$2,000 firm. Aslo weight
machine, Banded, $50.
Call 813-973-0719
TOYOta 1991 Corolla, 4
door, 144,000K mis, Cold
Air. Runs Good, $595.
813-754-4786
TOYOTA 1992 CELICA,
5spd, rebuilt motor,
A/C, man new parts,
$2,000. Please call:
813-493-86200
TOYOTA 1994 Camrey 4
dr, Beige, Auto, AC, 4
New Tires, Very Clean
$2,600 obo
813-679-4059
TOYOTA 1996 CAMRY,
Non-smkr, good cond
114k mi, AM/FM cold
A/C cruise control $3500
813-598-8330; 835-3788
TOYOTA 1997 Camryi red,
58K mi., exccond int/ex
fully equipped, 1 owner,
new battery/tires '03.
$7900.813-988-0582
TOYOTA 1997 CAMRY
XLE, V6 fully loaded
Gold w/fan leather
Pwr sun.rf wind etc
$6K obo. 813-958-5836
TOYOTA 1998 CAMRY,
loaded! 90k ice cold air
new tires, brakes, bat-
tery, blades. Must sell!
$6999 727-424-0668
TOYOTA 1999 CAMRY
88,000 mi, Gold, Auto.,
Auto Start Feature;
Rims; Power Seat; De-
tailed Maintenance His-
tory: $8,700, Bargain
(813) 907-6323
TOYOTA 1999 Celica GT,
Black convert. 5 spd. 60K
mi. alloy whis, all pwr,
exc. cond. $10,900.
813-310-4457
TOYOTA 2003 CAMRY LE,
32K, auto, air, power ac-
cess., stereo, CD, dark
rey. Exc. cond. $17,000.
Ext. Warr. 813.545.9486
VOLVO 1993 Station Wag-
on 940 GL, Auto, Sun-
roof, New Battery &
Tires asking $3,000
813-215-5544
VOLVO 1994 850, Looks
New, Low Mi. CD
Moonroof, Leather,Just
A Great Car! $6450 obo.
813-986-6594
VOLVO 2001 C70 convert-
ible, white/tan leather,
30,500 miles, non smok-
er, exc conditiodition, tran-
ferable ext warranty,
$24,500.813-353-0788
VOLVO, 2004.5, S40 2.41
ext. 5 yrs 100K warr &
touch of glass trtment,
cvrs paint & int 7Ktake
over payments $526.
813-671-7192 323-7079
VW 1976 Super Beetle
Conv't. orange, tan rf,
very good cond. partial-
lyrestored $7000, (813)
312-1564 205-981-2907
VW 2000 Beetle GLS Tur-
bo Collector's Ed., load-
ed, vel..w/blk & yel. Ithr
seats, gar'd, 28K mi.,
$14,560. 813-932-9932
VW 2000 Cabrio GLS, sil-
ver w/ black top, tan
leather, 42K mi, loaded
great cond. $13,800
813-731-5090
VW 2000 JETTA, 49K mi,
DK blue VR6 auto
sunroof, PW, PL, PM,
alloys, 6 disk CD,
$10,600.813-728-3265
VW2001 JETTA GLS, 5spd,
blue, alloy wheels, many
extras, sun/moonroof,
48K greatcond $11600
ORB. 813-391-0252
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forum for reaching
readers looking for the
pleasures and treasures
that Garage & Yard
Sales provide-not to
mention the bargains!
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