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SEPTEMBER 16, 2004 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


SALUTE TO AGRICULTURE


NEWS


RIVER WOES
This Lithia family
thought the "100-
year flood" had come
and gone. Now there
riverfront home is a
foot underwater.
t[ 4


BING

The historic Bing
Boarding House
survived Hurricane
Frances. But Ivan
could be different.
PAGE 3


BRIGGS
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A group of local
women escaped
Frances to a New
York state of mind.
PAGE --


INDEX

CALENDAR
PAGE I

CLASSIFIED
PAGE 18

CROSSWORD
PAGE 11
FAMILY LIVING
PAGE 8

OPINION
PAME 6


SPORTS BRIEFS
PAGE 16


WORSHIP
PAGE 12


A Passion For Citrus

As a boy, Shawn Crocker saw firsthand the ups and downs of the
citrus industry but he has dedicated himself to it anyway.


By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@medlageneral.com
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the third installment of a
series on the winners of the Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce's annual Salute To
Agriculture awards.
By the 1980s, the situation became ugly
for the Crocker family's citrus business.
The family, whose agricultural roots in
Polk County go back for five generations,
and their orange groves suffered a severe
blow from the infamous freeze of 1983.
The Haines City business just got by for
the next six years.
Then, recalled
He's a Shawn Crocker,
"the Christmas
progressive, a freeze of 1989
young up and essentially took
our family out
comer in the of the citrus
i business to the
citruS industry, point where we
couldn't
He's easy to replant."
work with and iS Despite the
hardships, and
always willing- perhaps even
because of
to look at some- them, Crocker ,
thing from a new yearned to go
1 into a citrus
perspective. industry that
CARSON FUTCH many say could-
Mutual Harvesting Company n't get much
of Lakeland, president worse. Now, as a
field operations
manager for Cargill Juice North America
Inc., Crocker is considered by his employer
as an indispensable connection to growers
and an asset in an industry with a very
uncertain future.
And as a 31-year-old who dedicates
much time to service on various boards,
including the Florida Farm Bureau, he is
regarded as an important voice for agricul-
ture as a whole.
"He's a progressive, a young up and
comer in the citrus industry," said Carson
Futch, president of Mutual Harvesting
Company of Lakeland, who met Crocker
five years ago and has done business with
him since then. "He's easy to work with
See CITRUS, Page 4


Special to The Courier
Shawn Crocker has hope for the beleaguered citrus industry and wants to be
around to see its renaissance. He says technology will play a vital role and made a
trip to Argentina recently to check outthe Colossus, above, a new mechanical
harvester.


COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT



School, Church Honor 'Community's Heroes'


READERS'NOTE
U Due to the
threat of Hurricane
Ivan, this weeks edi-
tion of The Courier
went to press early,
before the storm's
expected landfall.
Look for coverage of
any local damage in
next week's paper.


BRYAN, FIRST BAPTIST HOST
EMERGENCY PERSONNEL
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Local police and fire personnel
were treated to full bellies and
plenty of smiles last week.
First Baptist Church of Plant
City hosted public safety person-
nel Sept. 9 and Bryan Elementary
School on Sept. 10 during annual
events inspired by the Sept. 11,
2001, terrorist attacks.
At First Baptist, personnel from


several agencies, including Plant
City Police Department, Plant City
Fire Rescue and the Hillsborough
County Sheriff's Office and Hills-
borough County Fire Rescue,
feasted on roast beef, mashed
potatoes, green beans and peach
cobbler while enjoying the harmo-
nies of the church's Spirit Song
men's vocal group.
"It's an honor," said Plant City
police officer Dennis Pawlawsky,
who had just finished his 12-hour
shift and heaped his plate full.
"This church is behind our depart-
See HEROES, Page 15


TONY MARRERO/Staff photo


Eric Daniel, a
detective for the
Plant City Police
Department,
shares a laugh
with Bryan
Elementary
kindergartner
Jesus Gallegos
during the
school's annual
luncheon held
Sept. 10 to honor
local fire, police
and military
personnel.






2 THE COURIER SEPTEMBER 16, 2004

POLICE BEAT

Pedestrian killed
A 22-year-old Plant City woman
was struck and killed Sept. 8 when
the driver of a tractor-trailer heading
west on Sam Allen Road did not see
her standing in the road, officials
said.
According to a Hillsborough
County report, Meagan Elizabeth
Erario, 3152 Bending Oaks Drive,
died at the scene. The report said
Erario was standing in the dark on
the pavement east of, Sunset Oaks
Drive at around 9:50 p.m., when the
truck hit her. The driver attempted to
brake and swerve around the victim,
but was unable to stop in time, the
report said.
No charges had been filed as of The
Courier's early deadline Friday.

House fire
A Plant City home received
substantial damage Sept. 8 when a
stove, left on during a power outage,
ignited a fire after power was restored
while the owner was away from the
property, officials said.
The fire department took the call at
102 Drake St. at about 9:40 p.m. and
extinguished the blaze within 15
minutes, according to a report from
Plant City Fire Rescue.
The fire caused an estimated
$100,000 in damage to the home val-
ued at $315,000, and a loss of $40,000
in contents. The owner's dog was
secured in a cage while the owner
was at work and died due to smoke
exposure, the report from Plant City
Fire Rescue said.
Two firefighters were injured by
falling debris while fighting the fire.
One firefighter was hospitalized with
second-degree bums to his ears and
hands and later released. The second
firefighter was treated and did not
require hospitalization.


Byrd Alzheimer's Institute Making Progress


GOALS DEFINED
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The hope of receiving state money
to build a $30 million facility where
Alzheimer's disease research could be
conducted was not approved during
the last session, but all is not lost.
Funding, to the tune of $15 million
per year, has been approved by the
state for operating expenses needed
to open and operate offices designed
to coordinate research around the
state to help eliminate the crippling
disease.
Dr. Huntington Potter, the CEO for
the Johnnie Byrd Sr. Alzheimer's
Center and Research Institute, spoke
at the Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce breakfast on Sept. 15.
"The institute would like to create a
world without Alzheimer's," Potter
said. "Researchers are trying to iden-
tify and understand the development
of this disease. We know that Alzhei-
mer's develops in humans decades
before it shows up in humans and the
risks are not all genetic."
Daniel D. Raulerson, a local attor-
ney serving on the board of directors
at the institute, said the short-term
and long-term goals are quickly fall-
ing into place. To suffice in the short
term, the institute has a research
center on the campus of the Univer-
sity of South Florida, and opened an
office complex in Tampa Palms, off
Amberly Drive.
"The institute has become affiliated
with 13 memory disorder clinics
across Florida," Raulerson said. "We
are communicating with these clinics,


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Dr. Huntington Potter, CEO of the
Johnnie B. Byrd Sr. Alzheimer's Center
and Research Institute, named after
the father of State Rep. Johnnie Byrd,
right, spoke Sept. 8 at the Greater
Plant City Chamber of Commerce
breakfast.
gathering and sharing information,
and $2 million in funding, to help
coordinate our efforts."
Raulerson explained that one of the
problems in researching causes and
cures for disease is that one research
center might not benefit from impor-
tant discoveries.
"The last thing you want is for one
center to go over the same ground
already researched by another. Our
efforts will allow the clinics we are
associated with to share information.
The concentrated effort will help us
more quickly defeat the disease,"
Raulerson said.
In the long term, the institute is
looking to build that elaborate
research facility at the USF campus.
Potter already works on campus in
what was the Florida Alzheimer's
Center, now named in honor of the


"With the research center
completed, we expect
the institute to become a
hub of information where
we can combine all the
research finding into one
central place."
DANIEL D. RAULERSON
Johnnie B. Byrd Sr. Alzheimer's Center and
Research Institute, board of directors

father of the Florida Speaker of the
House, State Rep. Johnnie Byrd.
"With the research center com-
pleted, we expect the institute to
become a hub of information where
we can combine all the research find-
ing into one central place," Raulerson
said. "It makes great sense, but to this
point, in Alzheimer's research, it has
never been done. The institute will be
breaking new ground."
The research center building will
have its own ground breaking at USF
in six to eight months, Raulerson
said.
In a May communication, Byrd,
who recently lost in a statewide pri-
mary election for the U.S. Senate,
thanked Gov. Jeb Bush and fellow
members of the Florida Legislature
for their support in funding this proj-
ect.
"Their support of this legislation is
so very near to my heart and impor-
tant to all Floridians as we work to
wipe out this terrible disease and its
impact on our society," Byrd said.


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CALENDAR

SATURDAY
Car show
The Plant City Chamber
of Commerce hosts the
Strawberry Classic Car
Show in downtown near
McCall Park on the third
Saturday of every month
from 4 to 9 p.m.
The next show will be
Sept. 18.

Fish fry
A fish fry will be offered
Sept. 18 from 11 a.m. until
sell out at Olin S. Wrght
Lodge .79 of the Free &
Accepted Masons, which
is un .AAcacia Street bet-
ween Re\nolds and Baker.
The cost i.I $7 for adults
and $4 for children
Call. ,52-6412.

Unity fundraiser
Unity in the Commu-
nity, a fundraising group
whose mission is to help
feed Plant City's needy,
now offers food during the
Bike Fest and Strawberry
Classic Car Show at the
Plant City Community
Bingo Hall. 105 Arden
Mays Blvd., from 5 to 9
p.m.
The group sells hot
dogs, Polish sausages,
chips, cookies, cakes and
pie, and coffee, soda and
water.
The next sale will be
during the Sept. 18 car
show. Call: 752-1275.

TUESDAY
Old Welcome
improvement meeting
Hillsborough County
will host a public meeting
Sept. 21 at 6:30 p.m. at
Lithia Springs Elementary
School. 4333 Lithia-Pine-
crest Road. to dJiscuss
improvements at the Old
Welcome ELAPP >iie.
which is off of Old
Welcome Road. The pro-
posed project will include
improving grass parking
areas, handicap parking,
fencing, shelters, picnic
tables, restrooms, signs
and kiosks.
See CALENDAR, Page 16


Bing Boarding House Still Standing


SURVIVES FRANCES;
IVAN IS ANOTHER TEST
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
"She's still standing," James
Washington said last Thurs-
day about the two-story house
known as the Bing Boarding
House at 205 S. Allen St.
What remained to be seen
was whether the 1920 vintage
house will withstand the
threat posed by Hurricane
Ivan. As Washington praised
the resilience of the historic
home, Ivan was churning in
the Caribbean with 160 mph
winds, and was forecasted to
strike Florida sometime after
Sept. 14.
As of The Courier's dead-
line, moved up to Friday
because of the threat of Ivan,
the powerful hurricane still
threatened all of Florida.
Washington was born and
raised and still lives in the old
two-story home. He was
instrumental in getting the
structure designated as a His-
toric Place in the National
Register in September 2002..
The Florida Legislature
determined the site is eligible
for a matching fund grant
through the state preservation
committee. Local supporters
of the effort to restore the seg-
regation-era boarding house
were encouraged when the
project was given a high prior-
ity by state preservation offi-
cials.
"We are hoping to receive a
$150,000 from a Community
Development Block Grant,"
Washington said. "We are also
looking for contributions from
the public and some private
donors."
It is estimated that it will
take almost $250,000 to bring
the house up to its original
construction standards and
community codes.
The house stood up to Hur-
ricane Frances and winds esti-
mated at 60 to 70 miles per
hour.
"I was right here when
Frances came by," Washing-
ton said. "The rain was com-
ing down sideways and the
wind was howling. But she's


---4-



GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
The historic Bing Boarding House was still standing following an assault by Hurricane Frances. The
segregation-era building and its occupant, James Washington, faced another test from the pro-
jected arrival of Hurricane Ivan.


still standing and waiting for
the next storm to come by."
Washington said he is
hopeful that won't be anytime
soon.
Washington's brother, John,
said he expects the house to
take whatever Mother Nature
can dish out.
"This house is made of
strong oak and pine that has
taken everything you could
throw at it for 80 years," John
said. "When my grandmother
lived here, I remember work-
ers trying to replace some of
the floor molding. Ten penny
nails bent when they tried to
drive them into the wood.
They couldn't cut the wood
with a saw and when they
used a drill to help drive in the
nails you could smell the resin
in the wood."

'Will remain standing'
James and John Washington
are two of four children born
to Mildred Bing Washington
and James Washington. The
brothers, 59 and 60, fespec-


tively, want the building pre-
served as a museum, and open
to the public.
"This is one of the few
commercial buildings from
that era that is still standing,"
James Washington said. "We
should preserve that part of
community history by making
this building accessible to the
public. Matching funds and
strong participation by the
community will go a long way
to get the work done."
Washington can point to
empty lots in the area near his
home and recall what stood
there during his childhood.
"Lloyd's Grocery was across
the street," Washington said.
"The Grant Grocery and the
Stone Funeral Home were
right down the street. They are
all gone now."
A flower shop, a barbershop
and another small store was
attached to a family owned
restaurant that shared the 205
Allen St. location with the
boarding house in those days.


"With segregation the vis-
iting blacks had no public
place to stay during the 40s
and 50s," Washington said.
"Pastors, teachers, truck driv-
ers and other visitors to Plant
City stayed at the boarding
house. After the civil rights
era, it remained a boarding
house until the late 1970s."
"This building has stood
through hurricanes, wind
storms and floods," he said. "It
will remain standing until the
day it is restored. That day
looks closer now that match-
ing funds are possible."
"I remember when this was
a thriving community," Wash-
ington said. "But now those
memories are all but lost. If
the city and the residents can
buy into restoring this build-
ing and the historical signifi-
cance of this neighborhood,
we could have a thriving com-
munity again."
Starting with the Bing
Boarding house would pro-
vide a strong base for that
effort, he said.


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Flood Of Grief

Charity Helps, But Loss Unbearable


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Inside their home, Keith Salow and Glenda Maxwell inspect the flood damage.


By LINDA CHION KENNEY
lchion@mediageneral.com
Question why they live on the
river, and even in their darkest
moments, the residents of
Squirrel Run Way will tell you
there's nothing quite like it.
"It was my dream come true,"
said first-time homebuyer Keith
Salow, who bought his home in
January, eight months before
Florida faced the unimaginable.
"Beautiful trees, a house on
stilts, almost an acre of land. It's
awesome out here. Fishing and
swimming and a swing in a tree
my son can jump out of. What
could be better?"
The question to ask now is,
"What could be worse?"
Last week, Salow had a hard
time imagining anything worse
than the future that lay before
him, even before the possibility
of a third strike by Hurricane
Ivan. Hurricane Frances was
enough for one lifetime, caus-


ing the Alafia River to engulf his
carport and the interior of his
home, rising almost halfway up
the walls and damaging forever
the newly laid floors and dry-
wall. The home took all his sav-
ings. And insurance, what little
of it there was, wouldn't come
near to covering the costs of
recovery.
The flooding was so bad, the
water reached the edge of River
Drive where it meets Lithia-
Pinecrest Road, across the
street from the entrance to the
River Hills community. Up and
down the road, signs of what
some call an unprecedented
flood were everywhere, from
the car barely visible underwa-
ter to the canoes that trans-
ported residents to their homes
so they could check the status
of their buildings and belong-
ings.
See FLOOD, Page 11


CITRUS
Continued From Page 1
and is always willing to look at some-
thing from a new perspective."
Those difficult times in the 80s
helped make him the pragmatic agri-
culture lover that he is, said Crocker,
who remembers when his father would
give him a huge monkey wrench on
cold nights to tap the pipes of the fam-
ily's irrigation system to keep them
from freezing.
"It gave me a real-world approach to
life," he said. "I wasn't a sheltered
kid."

A passion
Billy and Doris Crocker knew they
couldn't keep their son out of the citrus
industry. They didn't necessarily want
to, Shawn Crocker recalls. But they
urged him to go to college to arm him
with the knowledge and the degree
necessary to make it an industry that
values a college education much more
than it once did.
"They knew I had a passion," said
Crocker, who was born in Winter
Haven and raised in Haines City.
"Their push to get me to go to college
was to get me out of production agri-
culture."
Crocker was an active FFA member
at Haines City High School, serving as
a state officer in 1992. He worked
during summers to save tuition money
for college and in 1995, while working
in a citrus processing plant, he fell and
suffered severe injuries that left him
hospitalized for a month. During his
recovery, he decided, "that I would get
all the education I could."
His strength was in math and sci-
ence. Crocker graduated from the Uni-
versity of Florida in 1998 with degrees
in agriculture operations management
and engineering.
Cargill offered him a job right away.
Founded by William Cargill, inven-
tor of the grain elevator, the 150-year-
old company is now one of the largest
privately-owned companies in the
world and claims to be the world's
third largest food producer. Crocker
first worked as a field supervisor, pur-
chasing fruit from growers and manag-
ing the harvest of their crops in the
Central Florida region.
Just two years later, he was promoted
to manager of field operations. In that
capacity, he coordinates all the com-
pany's field supervisors in the state of
Florida, while still acting as supervisor
for his own region. Crocker also man-
ages the production and harvesting of


Cargill's 300 acres of groves in Avon
Park and Lake Livingston.
It all adds up to more than 30 million
boxes of fruit each year.
"He brings fairly significant capabil-
ities to our fruit procurement depart-
ment, and his broad knowledge of all
aspects of the citrus industry has been
a real asset to us," said Bob Weir,
general manager of source for Cargill
Juice and Crocker's supervisor.
It's a time and traveling intensive
job, but one he loves, he said. Crocker
is often driving all over Central Florida,
sometimes logging hundreds of miles
in one day, visiting
growers, purchasing
fruit and checking in
onr the harvesting,
for which Cargill
uses independent
contractors.
He said he is proud
to work for a large
company that still
goes out of its way to
support the small
and medium sized
growers and harvest-
ers, despite the risks
that entails.
"The saying at
Cargill is our word is
our bond," he said.
"They've kept those
relationships and
that's what's kept us
in business."
Crocker embodies
that, said Brent Reg-
ister, who runs a Crocker in1991,
harvesting business, a trophy won fo
has worked with tree and his FFA
Crocker for four "President" stitl
years and also serves
with him on the
Hillsborough board of directors of the
Florida Farm Bureau. He remembers
being surprised by Crocker's
knowledge and professionalism
despite his age.
"I was impressed that he knew what
he was doing," Register said. "If you
play the rules of engagement straight
up, he plays them back to you."

Harvesting by machine
Crocker has been influential in help-
ing Cargill ride the wave of technology,
particularly with mechanical harvest-
ing. He is a member of the Department
of Citrus Harvesting Council and the
experience he gained there has bene-
fited Cargill, Weir said.
"Looking for opportunities to apply
cost-saving devices in the area of har-
vesting has been a challenge he's


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working very hard on," Weir said.
Carson Futch of Mutual Harvesting
saw it firsthand, when Crocker helped
strike a deal that would help Futch
finance a new harvesting machine by
Cargill committing to procuring a cer-
tain number of boxes.
"He was instrumental in going to his
company and saying, 'This machine is
available, Carson and his company are
willing to try this, can we form a
business relationship between our two
companies,'" Futch recalled. "We've
been able to get that rolling over the
past two years and we're moving in a
direction that looks
positive for the
future."
With the cost of
labor increasing,
mechanical har-
vesting is the future,
Crocker said. He
recently visited
Argentina, where a
grower is experi-
menting with a
huge, self-con-
tained machine
called the Collosus
that drives down a
row in a grove and
shakes fruit from

puts it on the trailer.
Machines currently
used here in the
United States must
be pulled by a trac-
)ecial to The Courier tor and only shake
t 16, showing off fruit from one side
a prize orange of the tree.
jacket with Crocker said the
hed on the lapel. machine could be
used in the states as
early as next year and will likely set of a
chain reaction in an industry that is
very slow to change.
"The citrus industry is 5 percent
innovators and 95 percent followers.
Once that 5 percent uses it and accepts
it, then the other 95 percent will readily
accept it," he said.

Service to the industry
Crocker is the youngest president in
the history of the Farm Bureau's Hills-
borough board.
"It's very much a recognized leader
in the community outside of just farm-
ing, including water rights and
property rights," Crocker said of the
board.
It's vital in acting as a voice for agri-
culture and fostering dialogue between
farmers and government, he said.


"Having that that type of relationship
is very exciting and very important to
maintain."
Crocker spoke to the Hillsborough
County Commission last week about
how the county could help farmers,
particularly in the wake of disasters
such as Hurricanes Frances and Char-
ley, which decimated many growers'
groves and has had Crocker logging
even more hours and miles than usual.
He told the commission that having all
the government agencies coordinating
their responses, such as what he wit-
nessed after Charley, is the key.
He also is president of the Bureau's
Young Farmers and Ranchers commit-
tee, meant to provide young adults
between 18 and 35 years old who are
taking over family businesses or pur-
chasing their own with training and
resources and a forum to compare
notes and network.
"It brings a small community
together to bounce ideas off each
other, have good times and spawn a
little competition between each other,"
he said.
The future of the citrus industry will
see a change in te the way business gets
done, Crocker said. Growers will form
partnerships with oth oer business to go
after niches in a market that now
demands convenience growing fruit
will not be enough, but rather offering
it in creative new ways will be impor-
tant for survival.
There is hope that the fad diets that
have hurt orange juice sales will go by
the wayside, and that the tariff that
protects Florida's citrus industry from
being undercut by foreign producers
will remain in place.
But Crocker said he is optimistic
that the cyclical nature of agriculture
will help bring the citrus industry
around again.
"I think it's got hope," he said. "Right
now we're just faced with over supply
and poor prices and lower demand."
Meanwhile, Crocker has seen a cycle
of heartache and joy in his own life. He
is still coping with the lost of both par-
ents to cancer- his mother died in
December, 2002, and his father died
just 149 days later. He married the
former Ila Allen last year, and recently
sold his parents' house and grove in
Haines City. The couple just moved
into a new home off Sam Allen Road.
He said he is living a philosophy he
learned long ago.
"I feel if you work hard everyday
doing what you want to do, you'll get
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SEPTEMBER 16, 2004 THE COURIER 5


City Tried Reducing


Storm Danger


WORKING HOURS
EXTENDED TO
CLEAR DEBRIS
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Prior to the projected arrival
of Hurricane Ivan, city offi-
cials gathered at City Hall
Sept. 9, to discuss plans to
help limit the damage if the
storm struck this week.
Mayor Mike Sparkman and
city commissioners Mary
Yvette Thomas-Mathis and
Bill Dodson, attended the
meeting with about 50 city
employees.
Representatives with
Tampa Electric Co., Wethe-
ringtori Tractor Service and
Ben Cook Construction, who
worked with the city in prep-
aration for the storm, also
attended.
"We are going to go over-
budget with the emergency
we are facing this late in the
fiscal year," City Manager
Dave Sollenberger told those
assembled. "We are asking
you to continue working extra
hours in order to help us
reduce the hazards we now
face."
The city was determined to
pick up as much loose debris'
left over from Hurricane
Frances as it could. Residents
and businesses have been
placing debris on the curb for
pick-up all week.
City employees were having
a hard time removing all the
limbs and other material
blown loose by Frances. Offi-
cials worried that the winds of
Hurricane Ivan, projected to
be in Central Florida by Sept.
14, could pick the old debris
up and cause further damage.
"Our objective is to clear the
streets by Sunday," Sollen-
berger said. "We have con-
tracted additional equipment
and manpower to help us get
rid of as much debris as possi-
ble.
Kathy Burke, the city's pub-
lic works director, said the
removal of all the debris
downed by Hurricane Frances
wouldn't be easy.
"Our employees have been
working 15-hour days since


(Labor Day)," Burke said.
"People are placing more
debris on the side of the road
every day. We will get a street
or neighborhood cleared and
then, the next day, there are
additional truck-loads of
material to move."
The city directed recreation
and parks employees to help
the utilities department clear
the streets.
"We had 60 trees down on
public rights-of-way in the
city from Hurricane Frances,"
Burke said. "We are close to
having them cut up and
removed. Our major limita-
tion is moving the large stuff.
Large limbs, tree trunks and
logs that can only be moved
by a grabber truck is a real
problem."
The city has three grabber
trucks available, but Burke
referred to them as "the work-
ing wounded."
"We hope to get finished
with the major street cleaning
effort by Sunday," Burke said.
"Our employees need Sunday
to recuperate and get their
own homes ready for Ivan. But
we also need Sunday to do
service on those grabber
trucks and other equipment."
Wetherington operates a
fleet of large dump trucks that
will be used to move debris
from the curb to a county
dump for burning at a later
date. The city has been mov-
ing yard trash to the city utili-
ties yard, storing it in large
rolling storage bins. It might
be necessary for the city to
utilize scraper and bucket
trucks to move the debris.
That would save time, officials
said. But it could cause lawn
damage.
It would be better to have
the materials removed, and
suffer some lawn damage,
than have debris going air-
borne because the city could-
n't get to it, officials said.
Sollenberger said that
emergencies have to dealt
with as rapidly and completely
as possible.
"I want the people in our
community to know we are
going to face this emergency
head on. We will do all that is
possible in order to limit the
damage from this approach-
ing storm," he said.


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In the wake of our recent
hurricane encounters, I
have been thinking about
"quality of life" issues, and
what exactly "The Good Life"
really means.
In fact, I have heard so
many heartwarming stories
about what happens when the
power goes out that I am
wondering how much good
many of our "modern con-
veniences" actually deliver.
"My wife and I played chess
by candlelight," one man said.
"We haven't had that much
fun in years."
"The whole family enjoyed
a picnic on the porch,"
someone else said. "We
watched the rain and ended
up talking for hours."
One pair of neighbors
pooled their old camping
supplies: It took all their
combined resources but they
finally achieved a pot of hot
coffee, which they took the
time to share. "It was a
beautiful thing," they said.
Throughout the Bay area,
hundreds of thousands of
people read books, played
board games, enjoyed
extended conversations and
helped their neighbors clean
up.
My friend Alan pulled out
his old guitar and serenaded
his wife, while literally
millions of television sets bore


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silent witness to a great
outpouring of quality com-
munication.
Before you conclude I have
completely lost my mind, I
need to make it clear that I
could no more live in Florida
without air conditioning than
work without hot coffee, my
computer and an Internet
connection.
Other than that I am
seriously at a loss when it
comes to making any connec-
tion between much of the
gadgetry we cram into our
houses and the kind of joy,
meaning and satisfaction
people seem so desperately
hungry to experience.
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TECO USING FESTIVAL
GROUNDS
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
A flurry of activity took over the
usually quiet Strawberry Festival
Grounds last week, and could be
repeated this week if Ivan hits the
area.
On Labor Day, after the maelstrom
of Hurricane Frances had settled
down, the festival's Arthur Boring
Building became a special operations
base for Tampa Electric Co. as the
company began to restore power to
the more than 200,000 customers who
lost it during the storm.
It was one of three operations cen-
ters that TECO set up to handle extra
logistics and manpower involved with
the restoration effort in its three-
county service area, said Howard
Bryant, TECO's logistics coordinator
for the base.
"It allows us a place to put the maxi-
mum number of resources necessary
to restore power as quickly as possi-
ble," Bryant said, adding that the same
kind of operation is set up at TECO's
permanent office on Alexander Street.
At the festival site, TECO employees
take account of where power is out,
dispatch crews to the area and keep
track of where power has been
restored. The festival allows TECO to
use the grounds as a base for such res-
toration efforts as a community
service, said festival general manager,


TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
Phones to ears was a familiar sight all last week at the Florida Strawberry
Festival's Arthur Boring Building. TECO employees Kim Ashburn, left, Mike Ives
and Willie Faniel take account of power outages in the region and assign crews
for the restoration effort.


Patsy Brooks.
"We were just glad to be able to help
them out," Brooks said.
TECO employees coordinated tree
trimmers and line crews to service an
area that extends north to the county
line, east to Bartow, south to Fort
Green in Polk County, and west to
Turkey Creek Road. The company also


coordinated restoration efforts for
Dade City from the base.
The crews included workers from
TECO and from companies both local
and from out of state, some as far away
as New Jersey. In all, 410 personnel
were based at the festival grounds.
Crews are assigned to one of the
area's 15 substations and charged with


completing each of those stations' cir-
cuits. There are several circuits per
substation, and 63 circuits total.
Once those are complete, crews can
start working to restore power to the
lateralss," or those households in the
more remote areas, of which there are
many in eastern Hillsborough, Bryant
said.
Schools, hospitals, police and fire
stations took priority, Bryant said. He
said the overwhelming majority of cus-
tomers without power are patient,
some have even applauded when
trucks arrived. Others have offered
refreshments to workers in the field.
"The difficulty is the very, very few
people who believe they have the right
to have their power right now," Bryant
said.
As of The Courier's deadline, moved
up to Friday because of Hurricane
Ivan, just fewer than 10,000 TECO cus-
tomers were still without power.
By 6 a.m. every day last week, work-
ers sat down to breakfast at long lines
of tables covered with red and white
checked tablecloths. Just after dawn,
the fleet of bucket trucks rumbled out
of the field just west of the Boring
Building and returned well past dark.
Dinner was at 9 p.m., then, after a 15 or
16-hour day, foreign workers were off
to local hotels and local workers
headed home.
Though the operations center was
expected to close down by Friday of
last week, it likely has opened again
this week if Ivan hit the area.
"It could be that Tuesday we're here
doing this all over again," Bryant said.


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FAMILY L Y L VI N G


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A Big Apple Escape From Frances


How do you keep them
down on the farm when
they've seen New York, espe-
cially when a hurricane is
coming?
Not everyone was stuck in
Plant City during Frances.
Becky Martin, who works for
CPA's Bella, Hermida,
Gillman, Hancock & Mueller,
and five girlfriends headed to
New York City last week, leav-
ing just as the storm was
approaching Central Florida
and arriving home just after it
left.
There was no time to think
about the weather once they
got in the city they wanted to
get in as much as they could.
Becky says one of the most
memorable moments of the
trip that brought a tear or two
was watching a flutist play
"Amazing Grace" in front of
Ground Zero, which is noth-
ing but a giant crater.
"It is fenced off, but inside
you can see a huge steel beam
in the shape of a cross, which
was not constructed, but was
found that way," she says.
Not far away from the old
Twin Towers site, the girls vis-
ited Trinity Church, a chapel
that was left intact while all
the buildings around it were
heavily damaged or destroyed.
One thing that surprised the
group on their ride on the
Staten Island Ferry was the
sight of armed Coast Guards-
men with shotguns and high-
powered rifles.
With all the power outages,
I know Tim must have been
pretty bored and was sure
glad to have Becky back on the
farm so to speak!


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Special to The Courier
Becky Martin, center, meets a couple of well-armed new friends
on the Staten Island Ferry during a trip to New York City last
weekend.


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


Speaking of flutist, we've
got our own.
This summer Joyce Bugaiski
played her flute and danced
with a national Indian group
at Ft. Wilderness Lodge at
Disney World. Joyce keeps
busy with Indian culture and


Christian spirituality- she has
done some beautiful paint-
ings and drawings of Indians.



I'm writing this on Thurs-
day and I'm hoping by the
time this comes out we're
looking back on Ivan the
storm, and like Ivan the
Terrible, the' 16th century
Russian tsar who started out
with unbridled force, it has
turned out to be like the tsar's
sole heir, a barren simpleton. I
know a lot of you have hoped
and prayed for the same
thing.

Share your news with me.
Send items to
gabylee@aol.com or mail
them to The Courier, c/o Betty
Briggs, 101 N. Wheeler St.,
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A contingent of Plant City women had great timing earlier this
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UDC celebrates Founders Day
The Plant City Chapter #1931
United Daughters of the Confed-
eracy will celebrate Founders Day
with the Annie H. Durracott Chap-
ter #791 on Sept. 18 from 10 a.m.
to noon at the Woman's Club
clubhouse, 1110 N. Wheeler St.
After a covered dish luncheon,
Sally Raburn, Jane Knowell, and
Martha Sue Skinner will present a
program on the Confederate sub-
marine, the C.S. Hunley. The
women attended the four-day
funeral event for the sailors that
were found inside the raised sub.
Prospective members are
welcome. Membership is open to
women who can document that
they are direct descendants of a
Confederate veteran."
The local chapter meets at the
1914 Plant City High School Com-
munity Center, 605 N. Collins, on
the third Saturday of each month.
Call: Carole Shelton, 759-0078.

Hibiscus Circle postpones
The Hibiscus Circle of the Plant
City Garden Club has postponed
its upcoming meeting to Sept. 27.
The club will take a field trip to
Bay Gardens in Seffner, followed
by dinner.
Call: Lisa Strange, 717-9492

Turkey Creek alumni homecoming
The Turkey Creek High School
Alumni and Friends, Association
will hold a homecoming Sept. 25
from noon to 2 p.m. in the Turkey
Creek Middle School cafeteria
Please bring a covered dish and
a non-alcoholic beverage.
Call: Dee Dee Grooms, 754-
4852, or Dana Welch, 757-6889.

Turkey Creek Class of '54
The Turkey Creek High School
Class of 1954 will host its 50-year
reunion Oct. 30 at First Baptist
Church Fellowship Hall, 503 N.


Palmer. There will be 3:30 p.m.
hors-d'oeuvres; 4 p.m. entertain-
ment and 5:30 p.m. dinner. The
cost is $30 per person.
The class is seeking the address
or phone numbers of the follow-
ing classmates: James Bryant,
James Lawson, Myrtice Herndon
and Everett Bailey.
RSVP: Pat Woods, 689-5153 by
Oct. 16.

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

V.F.W. Post 4590
Veteran of Foreign Wars Post
4590 meets every first and third
Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. at
3709 E. Highway 92.
Call: 754-7880.

PCHS Class of '55
The Plant City High School
Class of 1955 meets the third
Tuesday of each month at 9 a.m. at
BuddyFreddys, 1101 Goldfinch
Drive.

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

Improvement League
The Improvement League of
Plant City meets the third Wednes-
day of the month at the Improve-
ment League Center, 1109 S. Gibbs
St.
Call: 757-6760.
Strawberry Singles
Strawberry Singles Club invites


singles to a dance Fridays from 8
p.m. to midnight at the Stardust
Dance Center in Plant City Plaza,
1401 Collins St. The cost is $5 for
members, $7 for nonmembers.
Call: 647-5754 or 653-2020.

PCHS Class of '51
The Plant City High School
Class of 1951 meets the second
Tuesday of the month at the
Orange Blossom Tea Room, 106 S.
Evers St. Call: 752-8479.

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

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

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

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

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


WEDDINGS

Catlett-Merricks
Donald Wesley Merricks II and Correna M
"Corrie" Catlett were married July 24 at noon ai
Christ Community Church in Brandon.
The bride is the daughter of Richard and Susar
Catlett, and the groom is the son of Donald anc
Patty Merricks.
The double-ring ceremony was performed by the
Rev. Don Davidson
of Danville, Va., and----
the Rev. Steve Minter
of Brandon.
Vocalist was
Robyn Hagenbuch.
Pianist was Susan
Deal.
The bride was
given away by her
father, Richard.
Maid of honor was
Anna Key, a college .
friend of the couple. -.
Bridesmaids were
Joanna Coppedge,, i
friend of the couple;
Ashley Catlett, sister- Correna M. "Corrie"
in-law of the bride; Catlett and Donald
Lori Merricks, sister Wesley Merricks II.
of the groom; and
Aya Kaneko, friend of the bride.
Junior bridesmaids were Elizabeth Cassada
cousin of the groom; Paisley Whitaker, friend of thE
bride; and Taylor Kinney, cousin of the bride.
The groom was attended by best man Donalc
Merricks, father of the groom; and groomsmen Bill3
Coppedge, friend of the couple; Miles Catlett
brother of the bride; Steven Merricks, cousin of the
groom; and David Bush, friend of the groom.
Junior groomsmen were Beau Cassada, cousin o:
the groom; and Tanner Kinney, cousin of the bride.
Ring bearer was Lane Whitaker, friend of the
bride.
Flower girl was Ivey Whitaker, friend of the bride
The reception followed the ceremony at Colum-
bia Restaurant in Ybor City.
The bride earned a bachelor's degree from Asbur3
College and a master's degree from the Universit3
of Mississippi. She is a freshman English instructor
The groom earned a bachelor's degree frorr
Asbury College and is a student at Asbury Theologi-
cal Seminary.
After a wedding trip to Maine the couple is ai
home in Wilmore, Ky.


The Courier
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PHARMACY


by
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Registered Pharmacist


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Non-Medical People
to Detect Stroke
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by asking the victim three simple
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2. Ask the person to raise
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Confused When To SprinkIle?

{ Yard sprinkling restrictions now vary according to what part of the county you live in.
You can water before 8 a.m. or after 6 p.m. on the following days according to where you live: J


If you live in the
South-Central Service Area
(shaded area on map) and receive water from the
county or use well or surface water for your
sprinkling, you can water once a week
on the following days:
Monday Addresses that end in 0 or 1
Tuesday Addresses that end in 2 or 3
Wednesday Addresses that end in 4 or 5
Thursday Addresses that end in 6 or 7
Friday Address that end in 8 or 9,
locations that have no addresses like
common areas or locations that have multiple
addresses like office complexes
If you live elsewhere in
unincorporated Hillsborough
COunty, you can sprinkle twice a week on the
following days:
Tuesday and/or Saturday Addresses ending
in even numbers or addresses ending in A-M
Wednesday and/or Sunday Addresses ending
in odd numbers, ending in N-Z or locations
with no address like common areas


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inspectors. Warning advisories
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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Dower: S. Dover Rd & Douwning St,
659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
Allen Chapel: 1109 E. Laura St,
'52-7389
Mount Olire: 1113 WI. adison St
Mount Olire: Horton Rd.
"3-.2628
APOSTOLIC
.4.samblea .-poslolica:
1501 Colson Rd. '37'-3.96
apostolic Church
of Jesus Christ:
1212 W. Reynolkds, 4'-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd,
lithia, 685-4240
Belhan y: 9804 Ilarney Rd,
1honotosassa. 986-5"'1
talh'an Fellowship:
110 N. 6ordon St. "52-5005
Dorer First: SR 574 & Pettie Rd,
689-034.
faith Temple: I--# at
HIillsborough-Polk County
Line, 752-0532
Faith Lighthouse:
3409 SR 39 N. 752-1885
First Plant City:
(harlie Griffin Rd,
W of SR 39 S, 752-3351
FortAlafla: Corner of South
Hwy. 39 & Swilley Rd, 737-4656
Keysville: SR 640, 737-4803
Mount Zion:
1-4 at Thonotosassa Rd, 752-1614
Pleasant Grove:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-3529
Victory Worship Center:
County Line Rd, 754-6089
Sydney: Sydney Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of Sydney-Dover Rd, 659-0532
Turkey Creek:
Turkey Creek Rd, 754-5372
BAPTIST
Ahava: Turkey Creek Rd,
N. of SR 60, 737-3739
Alafla Baptist:
222 Alafla Church Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd, 737-3240
Berea: SR 39 S, 737-1232
Bethany: Cork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel: 804 W. Renfro St,
754-2239
Beulah: Allen & County Line Rd,
Lithia, 737-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd,
752-2875
Burchwood Temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 574, 752-3782
Calvary Free Will:
3539 Trapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grove: E. Kersrille Rd.
737-1234
Central of Lithia:
Pinecrest & Keysville Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 E. Alsobrook, 752-3740
Community Christian:
1310 N. Shannon Ave, 754-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S, Pinecrest,
737-1211
Dover Eastside: Countryside
Baptist Church, 2820
Gallagher, 571-8200
Dover First: N. Gallagher Rd,
659-0203
Eastside: 1318 E. Calhoun St,
754-2681
East Thonotosassa: 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 Griffin Rd,
986-7165
Hopewell: SR 39 S, 737-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman HItuv.
752-49'2
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
752-2006
lone Oak: lone Oak Rd,
754-52"8
Mount .lforiah Freewill:
Warren &Johnson St. '54-4397
Mount Moriab Freewill:
2012 Colson Rd. '3"-1490
Mount Olive: 604 ir Ball St,
754-3834
Neu, Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd.. Dover
New ,itl. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd.. "52-3985
Norlthside:
1700 N. Franklin St, 752-2 "9
Oakwood: Airport Rd, 752-5499
Plant City Primitive:
509 N. Evers St, 754-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-2556
Shiloh: W. Terrace Dr. 754-7445
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road,
'5--48"'9
St. Luke IMissionary:
108 S. Warnell St, 754-4992
St. Mary's Freewill:
Hunter & Warren St, 754-6853
St. Mary Missionary:
1804 S.R. 60E., 737-3668
St. Mary's Primitive Baptist
Church: 907 E. Laura St,
754-1616
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church:
5447 S. Turkey Creek Rd,
737-1224
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Westside: 2503 W GranfleldAve,
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:
Mclntosh Rd. N of SR 574
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calvary Community:
5209 Smith-Ryals Rd
Dover: Downing St, 659-2900
Plant City: 2103 Mudlake Rd.


752-4591
Turkey Creek: Turkey Creek Rd
at SR 60, 737-1331
Thonotosassa:
1702 N. Taylor Rd, 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson, Indiana)
Kingsway First: 2808 Kinsway
N., Seffner, 657-7500
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
713 Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St,
752-6438
Gospel Tabernacle:
Allen & Haines St
EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 N. Care;, St,
752-5061
HOLINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 i: Grant St.
Refuge churchh of Our lord:
728 W. Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd., 54-3843
Restoration assemblyy:
106 S. Erers St.
Evangelists for Jesus
Tabernacle:
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Growth. Center:,
1310 N. Shannon, 719-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 E. TomliniSt; '54-1133
Deeper Life Fellowship:
Covilla Rd, W of SR39 N.
Revival Outreach Center:
225 N. Dover Rd, 681-2250
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:
3202 N. MarylandAve, 752-
3345
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church ofJesus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, 752-6364
LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd,
752-4622
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064
NAZARENE
Wagoner Memorial:
2402 Mud Lake Rd, 752- 7863
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Calvary Chapel of Plant City:
2102 N. Park Rd, 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
W. McLin Ave.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffner Elementary
School, 657-7914
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. 764-0929
Greater Love Christian Center:
1109 N. Franklin St, 759-8270
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E. HillsboroughAve,
754-2674
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St, 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worship
(enter: it.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. Erers St. -59-0528
Aeuw Hope Worship Center:
803 .ff Mahoney St, 57-6123
New life Temple Pentecostal
Church of God:
3301 Clemons Rd. "5- '088
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dover: .Moore's lake &
Holiness Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the Living God:
1102 Trier St, 5-1-5840
PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant City:
110' Charlie Griffin Rd. 759-9383
First Presbyterian Plant City:
404 I: Reynolds St. "52-4211
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 Lifhia-Pinecrest Rd.,
Valrico, 685-0998
UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 WE Sam Allen Rd,
754-3233
Dover First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415
First Plant City: 303 N. Evers St,
754-3519
Grace: 1801 E. Cherry St,
659-3718
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr,
754-2441
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman
Rd, 752-5751
St. Luke: 809 E. Laura St.
757-6051
Thonotosassa: Fort King Hu'v
at Mistletoe Dr. 986- 135
Trinity Plant City: 102 I:
English St, 752-9316


St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
5pm English, 6:30pm Spanish
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
(Off of 574 Dover)
Sunday Masses
7am,10:30am & 12:15pm English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563 f
(Off 1-4, Exit 21 South)
(813)752-8251
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185


First United
Methodist
Church of
Plant City
303 N. Evers Street
Downtown Plant City
i.,4 IromCih Hall parkiarg lon
754-351''
NEW HOURS
8l 01 am Ch3pel Communion
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10 am 'Sunday school
Chulddren Adult)
11:00 am Traditional Worship In
The Sanctuary

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www the-l tofline or,
Dr. Alan L Beaver
Senruor Pa-tor
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors
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FLOOD
Continued From Page 4
The site was too much for
some people to bear, and
James Barron was one of those
people. Pulling out of his
home in River Hills, he was
taken aback by what he saw.
When he arrived at his office,
EXIT Realty in the Lithia
Crossing shopping center, he
told his workers they needed
to do something.
A few calls were made and
within an hour a makeshift
command center was estab-
lished on Lithia-Pinecrest
Road at the entrance to River
Drive, with coffee, water and
food for the flood-shocked
residents.
Throughout the night and
next day, the center grew into
a major presence, with local
businesses, residents and
passersby kicking in dona-
tions. Food, drinks, clothes,
bug spray, pizza, sandwiches
and towels were among the
mounds of donations pouring
in, as well as money, which
prompted the establishment
of the Alafia River Relief Fund
at the Wachovia Bank in River
Hills.
As of Sept. 10, the fund had
collected more than $11,700.
"The whole thing got started
with Jim Barron, and when I
saw what they were doing, I
asked, 'What can I do to help?
I'm stuck here in the main
gate,' "said Maddie Lattarulo,
the supervisor for security at
River Hills. "I called stores to
see if they wanted to donate,
and they did. Mark Ehrman,
the store director from Albert-
son's, said, 'Maddie, give me
an hour,' and that man, from 2
o'clock on Tuesday to
Wednesday night, when we
loaded up the truck, was just
going back and forth bringing
us stuff, water, ice, clothes,
food, you name it."
"I've lived in Florida for 43
years," Ehrman said when
asked how he knew what
items to bring. "You just know
what to expect."

What now?
The outpouring of relief was
overwhelming, Lattarulo said.
"I couldn't believe how
even people driving down the
street were throwing money
and coins," she said. "And I
don't mean just pennies and
dollars. I had people giving
$20 and one lady wrote a
check for $100."
Salow said he, too, was
overwhelmed by the outpour-
ing of concern and support.
No one could be more hurri-
cane-weary than Salow, who
spent three weeks helping his
mother survive the ravages of
Hurricane Charley on her
home in Punta Gorda, where
Salow grew up.
"I helped a lady in a wheel-
chair with one leg, who lived
in a home where her living
room wall was coming off,"
Salow said. "She asked me,
'How much do I owe you?'
And I said, 'It's free." She
asked me, 'Why?' And I said,
'Because I like you.' I figured I
had done my good deed, and
what happened to her? I don't
know. I don't know."
With Frances approaching,
Salow took his mother to his
home on the Alafia River to
escape the threat of flying
debris in Punta Gorda. When
the winds died down, he drove
her back to Punta Gorda, only
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This course includes heart and
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November 13, 9am-lpm
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Choleslel Screenings
Total Cholesterol/HDL/Glucose
4th Tuesday of every month, 1-2pm
Hospital Main Lobby
No appointment necessary
Cost: $12


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


Four out of five car seats are
installed incorrectly. Is yours
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By appointment only.

Friday only
Community Health Resource Center
Hospital Main Lobby

Breastfeeding
Gain confidence with breastfeeding.
This education and support class
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WORSHIP


OFFERINGS


Aglow welcomes author
The Plant City Aglow will present
award-winning author, speaker and
publisher Swanee Ballman Sept. 18
from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Plant City
Church of God, 2103 Mud Lake Road.
The cost is $5 and includes the lun-
cheon.
Call: Debbie, 752-7939.

Wiener roast for kids
First Baptist Church of Pleasant
Grove plans a wiener roast for children
ags 4 to 11 Sept. 18 from 3 to 5 p.m. The
event will include games, prizes and
food.
The church is at 7725 S. Turkey
Creek Road in Durant.
Call: 737-2556.

Lord of Life news
Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 2104
Mud Lake Road in Plant City, begins its
fall/winter worship schedule Sept. 19,
with contemporary worship service at
8:30 a.m., education hour at 9:30 a.m.
and traditional worship service at 10:
30 a.m.
On Sept. 29, the church will host a
"Service of Healing" in conjunction
with St. Michael and All Angels Day. A
light meal is at 6:30 p.m., followed by
the worship service at 7.
The church seeks choir and praise
band members for its Sunday worship
services. Musicians would take part in
the contemporary service on Sunday
mornings at 8:30. There is one Praise
Band practice each week on Thursdays
at 6:30 p.m. Singers would take part in
the traditional service on Sunday
mornings at 10:30 a.m. Choir practice
.is Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
Call the church office, Monday
through Friday between 1 and 5 p.m.,
at 752-6064.

Church celebrates 63rd anniversary
Lebanon Baptist Church, 110 N.
Forbes Road, will celebrate its 63rd


anniversary Sept. 26 at the morning
service. Guest speaker will be the Rev.
Alvin Livingston, a former pastor at
Lebanon. There also will be special
music preceding an old-fashioned
dinner in the fellowship hall.
Call: 737-9350.

Church plans 30th Homecoming
First Baptist Church of Pleasant
Grove plans its 30th Homecoming
Sept. 26. Sunday school begins at 9:45
a.m. and morning worship is at 11.
Dinner on the grounds will follow the
morning service. The church is at 7725
S. Turkey Creek Road in Durant.
Call: 737-2556.

Divine Family Worship Center
The nondenominational Divine
Family Worship Center offers services
Sunday at 11:15 a.m. at the Comfort
Inn, 2003 S. Frontage Road.
Call: 643-8989.

First Baptist offers host
of new courses
First Baptist Church of Plant City,
503 N. Palmer St., will offer a host of
new Christian training courses ranging
from single parenting classes to chil-
dren's disabilities:
First Baptist Church of Plant City
launches training in many fields of
interest on Sunday evenings, 5 to 6:15
p.m. There will be classes for parents
and teachers of children with disabili-
ties such as ADHD and bipolar
disorder, single parents, and those
dealing with divorce. For information
on time and place, call 752-4104. To
register, go to 503 N. Palmer at 5 p.m.
Sept. 12.
Call: 752-4104.

Bible study program
The women's ministry of Bethany
Baptist Church offers a Bible study,
"Beloved Disciple: The Life and Minis-
try 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.

Musical theater program
The First Baptist Church School of
Music will offeria musical theater pro-
gram for its fall semester.
Classes will fiiet 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 des-
sen theater presentation.
Call: 750-4878.

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

Breakthrough Youth Ministry
Breakthrough Youth Ministry meets
every Monday from 7 to 9 p.m. at New
Hope Worship Center, 803 W. Maho-
ney St. All youngsters in grades six to
12 are invited.
Call: Nancy, 754-9289.

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

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

Mount Olive Baptist
Mount Olive Baptist Church, 604 W.
,Ball St., offers the following commu-
nity outreach services:
A free hot meals ministry Tuesdays


and Thursdays from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
A food pantry is open weekdays
C from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Call: 754-3834.

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

Unity Christ
Unity Christ Church, 1119 N. Gordon
St., offers adult Sunday school at 10
a.m. followed by the 11 a.m. service
and youth Sunday school.
Ongoing classes are offered
Wednesday mornings and Thursday
evenings. Also, a potluck dinner is held
the first Sunday of every month after
the service. Bring a dish.
Call: 659-2624.

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

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

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


DEATHS


Bass
Edna M. Bass, 59, of Brandon died
Sept. 5.
She was born in Opp, Ala., and
moved here from Alabama in 1945.
She was a homemaker and attended
Church of God Faith.
She is survived by a son, Russell V. of
Bristol, Tenn.; two daughters, Sandra
Smith of Valrico and Sheila Bowers of
Bristol; a brother, Wheeler of Webster;
four sisters, Catherine Weatherington
of Plant City; Lois Gilley of Lake Wales;
Aline Watson of Dover and Betty Creel
of Zephyrhills; and four grandchil-
dren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Cribbs
Eddie Cribbs, 68, of Valrico died


Sept. 4.
He was born in Tampa and was a
lifelong resident of Valrico.
He served in the U.S. Army 101st
Airborne Division, was a heavy equip-
ment operator for Hillsborough
County and attended Bloomingdale
Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife, Delores;
two sons, Shelton Pope of Nobleton
and Kenny Varnum of Riverview; four
daughters, Debbie Rhodes and Kim-
berly, both of Valrico, Brenda Sanz of
Tampa and Teresa Pope of Blackie,
Ky.; three brothers, Robert Jr. of Lithia,
Leon of Homosassa Springs and
Tommy Cribbs of Gordon, Ala.; five
sisters, Joyce Alderman of Gordon,
Ala., Carolyn Merritt of Keystone
Heights, and Sandra Patrick, Judy


Brannon and Sharon Draughon, all of
Lawrenceburg, Tenn.; 20 grandchil-
dren; and seven great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Odom
Henry V. Odom, 91, of Lithia died
Sept. 6.
He was born in Covington County,
Ala., and was a longtime resident of
Lithia.
He worked as a laborer for a phos-
phate mine.
He is survived by two sons, E.B. and
Roy, both of Lithia; three brothers, C.
Buster, Jack and Jim, all of Andalusia,
Ala.; a sister, Myrtice Phillips of Anda-
lusia; seven grandchildren; and eight
great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.


Sparkman
Perry L. Sparkman, 78, of Orlando
died Sept. 4.
He was a native of Tampa and grew
up in eastern Hillsborough County.
Sparkman was a descendant of a
pioneer Florida family and a longtime
supporter of Florida agriculture.
He was a veteran of World War II,
serving in the 401st Bombardment
Group.
He was a 37-year employee of Chev-
ron Chemical Co.'s Ortho Division,
retiring in 1984 as a district manager,
becoming executive vice president of
the Florida Fertilizer and Agrichemical
Association in Winter Haven, serving
the group until 1988.

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COMMENTARY


Finding That Path In The Dark


Before I moved to Florida
nearly a decade ago, the
closest brush I ever had with
a hurricane was the rem-
nants of Hurricane Hugo in
1989.
When this area became
home, I knew hurricanes and
tropical storms would be the
norm. Luckily, they have
been the exception rather
than the rule, and I can't
imagine anyone in this area
disagreeing with me how
lucky we have been espe-
cially in recent weeks.
Hurricane Charley was
supposed to hit us head on,
and my roommate and I
made all the necessary
preparations for the storm.
We picked up a case of
water, a couple frozen
pizzas, and made a stop at
Blockbuster. Every once in a
while, we'd switch over to
WFLA, Channel 8, to see
what the latest was as we
poured more butter on our
popcorn.
Charley never came, and
when talk came a couple
weeks later about Frances,
we along with many people
in the area decided to
prepare even less.
What a mistake that was.
Hurricane Frances rolled
over the area, knocking
down trees and dumping
more than 10 inches of rain
on the area. Many residents
lost their power in the
opening volley, but some-
how, I was one of the lucky


MICHAEL
HINMAN


ones who still had a micro-
wave that could make more
popcorn. We even invited
friends and family to seek
shelter at our place, because
hey, we lived in a fortress.
But then as Frances made
its way into the Gulf of
Mexico, one of its trailing
storm bands lashed out in
the area, and at 9:30 in the
morning on Labor Day, our
power was gone. Thinking it
would be back on in a couple
hours, I went out. When I
came back that evening, we
were still one of the tens of
thousands of people who
were living without electric-
ity.
Before that very, very, very
long night, I never really
thought about how hurri-
cane victims in other parts of
the state had to deal with the
loss of a most vital resource.
But as the hours wore on,
and the candles we had
burning shrunk more and


more into piles of melted
wax, I had plenty of time to
think about that and many
other things.
Power is something that
all of us have had all our
lives, and something we
really take for granted. A few
times during the night, I
would almost instinctively
pick up the remote control
and hit the power button
before realizing that nothing
was going to happen. We
had flashlights. We had
candles. We had water. And
we had pizzas thawing in the
freezer.
When Hugo hit my area of
Pennsylvania back in 1989, it
had been downgraded to a
tropical storm. While most
people in southern areas
might have been boarding
up windows and seeking
shelter in preparation for the
storm, I was on my way to a
high school football game.
That's right ... not even an
act of God can stop the
pigskin from being snapped
on Pennsylvania gridirons.
If I had a choice, I proba-
bly would've sat that game
out. I'm not a big fan of rain,
and I'm not a big fan of
wind, so I figured I would
like both at the same time
even less. But I was a bari-
tone player in the high
school marching band, and
my presence was required.
I have no idea why we
played this game. I stayed
wrapped up in my raincoat


throughout most of the first
half, only peeking out to see
if our players were even on
the field still. The wind was
strong, and the rain wasn't
falling it was pelting us
horizontally like bullets.
Twice during that first
half, the stadium lights went
out, and all we could hear
was the howling of the wind
through the trees and the
thunder in the air. I was
convinced the end of the
world would arrive shortly,
instead it was halftime, and
we took the rain-soaked
field, preparing to play for
the scattered, brave souls in
the stands.
As the drum major lifted
her arms, I remember seeing
the rain fly off the bell of my
horn, and wondering how
much rain it would take for
brass to rust. The first song
began, at least I thought it
did. The drum major was
moving her arms, as if
directing us, but I didn't
hear anything coming from
the band members around
me. I thought maybe they
had bolted from the field,
but I realized there was no
sound coming from my
instrument either.
I was no expert in physics,
but it seems the wind was
sucking the sound right from
our instruments. And if we
couldn't hear ourselves, it
was a safe bet the people not
running for cover couldn't
hear us either. Without
finishing the song, we
scurried from the field, and
we raced back to the bus. I
have no idea who won that
game, but I did know that


Hugo would be the last
storm I wanted to be within
1,000 miles of.
Of course, that didn't
happen. With Frances now
almost a memory, I was
sitting in the living room of
my apartment, praying for
even a small breeze to come
through the windows and
cool things off, as I watched
the candle flame burn.
But I still knew we had
plenty to be grateful for.
Even without the microwave,
the DVD player, the Internet,
cable, or heck a working
lamp, we were lucky. We still
had all our windows intact,
there was still a roof above
us, and all we needed was
some electricity to make our
lives normal again.
There are many people
throughout the state and
even a few in our area who
right now have nowhere to
go, no place to call home.
They are depending on
friends or charity for a warm
bed, a hot meal, and help to
get back on their feet.
Even while we complain
about life without our
creature comforts like
electricity, we cannot forget
the people that really need
us. And we need to be there
for them. We need to give
what we can, lend a hand
where we can, because we
never know if the day will
come when we will need the
help. I don't even want to
imagine what would happen
if no one was there for us.

Michael Hinman is editor of
the Temple Terrace News, The
Courier's sister paper.


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HEROES
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ment 100 percent, through
thick and thin."
The men and women were
especially thankful for the
dinner, now in its fourth year
and sponsored by the Brother-
hood of First Baptist, because
of the extra hours public safety
personnel worked last week
during and after Hurricane
Frances.
"It feels good to be appreci-
ated," said Plant City fire-
fighter Kenneth Nieves.
Dusty Willis was one of the
members of the Brotherhood
who spent hours preparing
the food for the event.
"I feel like it's something we
need to do for our law enforce-
ment and emergency person-
nel to help look after them,"
Willis said. "They really earned
their keep after all these hurri-
canes."
Congregation member
Bernie Caton, who helped
organize the event, agreed.
"It's just a way of expressing
our appreciation for the dedi-
cated people who are willing
to work nights weekends and
holidays to protect us," Caton
said.
House Speaker Johnnie
Byrd spoke at the event.
"Because of your sacrifice,
because of your courage,
because your families and
children are making a sacri-
fice, we're here to salute you,"
Byrd said.
Plant City police officer
David Hancock attended the
event for the first time.
"To see the community
reach out .to officers is very
.heartwarming, because, it's
often a thankless job,;"`Han-
cock said.
Like celebrities
The students just had to ask,
but no, there are no dogs at
the Plant City Fire Rescue sta-
tions not even a dalmatian.
And yes, they have to clean the
station themselves.


"We have many chores,
being on the bottom of the
chain as we are," laughed fire-
fighter John Carter during a
visit to Arisandra Palacios'
fourth grade class.
It was one of a litany of
questions Bryan Elementary
students asked the firefighters
on Sept. 10 during the school's
annual luncheon for local
public safety and military per-
sonnel.
More than 30 representa-
tives from Plant City Fire
Rescue and the Plant City
Police Department, as well as
some local Marines and Army
personnel, visited the school
to dine on chicken, mashed
potatoes, green beans and
apple pie.
The event is now in its third
year.
"We do it in honor of these
people and in recognition of
their service to our commu-
nity," said assistant principal
Kim Newsome. "And our chil-
dren just love eating with
them. You'd think it was a
celebrity walking through."
"It's a recognition of our
community heroes," said
Bryan teacher Carol Mayo,
who helped organize the
event.
Back in Palacios's class, a
student asked rookie Plant
City firefighters what they like
about their job.
"I like the brotherhood of
it," Maxwell said. "It becomes
your second family. I know if
something happens, my guys
will be there to back me up."
Plant City Police Detective
Eric Daniel, a member of the
department's street crimes
unit, said he was thankful for
the show of gratitude. But he
said the event provided
another benefit.
"I think it's great because it
gives kids a chance to talk to
police officers in their element
to make them feel a little more
comfortable," Daniel said.
"They may see us on the street
and have a bad image of us
and we can come and set it
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MAUL
Continued From Page 6
consider the literally billions of dollars the
advertising industry spends each year to
convince us that our "quality of life" is absolu-
tely contingent on a whole stable of items that
were rendered essentially useless by the
passing of a mere Category 1 storm.
In the final analysis:
People who give are significantly happier
than people who consume.
Men who listen to their wives enjoy more
satisfying marriages than men who are caught
up in "more important distractions."
Couples who talk and read together not
only find they have more to talk about but
they enjoy one another more.
Families who eat meals together and
practice conversation experience more unity
than those who feed while watching television.
Playing games by candlelight is more fun
than pursuing electronic activities in isolation.
Neighbors who help one another enjoy

DEATHS
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He served for many years as a member of the
state of Florida\Pesticide Review Council. He
also was a charter member of the Third Party
Registration's board of directors, a group incor-
porated to serve as a registration mechanism
for agricultural chemicals used by members of
the Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association in
Orlando.
A citrus grower for many years before selling
his grove within the last year, Sparkman had
been a member of Florida Citrus Mutual and
the Orange County Farm Bureau.
He enjoyed hunting, fishing and gardening.
He is survived by his wife, Virginia; four
daughters, Perri Sue Baker, Judy Langel and
Cindy Langton, all of Orlando, and Lynn Chris-
tenson of South Dakota; a sister, Peggy Cassels
of Ocala; three grandchildren; and a great-
grandson.; I ;:
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Waite
Sarah Waite, 95, of Plant City died Sept. 7.
She was born in Dover and was a lifelong


community that those who seal themselves
inside their houses never experience.
By and large, the components of life that
lead to fulfillment and happiness are almost
without exception found in experiences of
community, generosity and selfless love.
Sometimes it takes a potentially devastating
and catastrophic event to remind us how far
off base we have drifted.
When the-power comes back on, we have a
choice. Do we throw ourselves headlong back
into the futile yet alluring pursuit of satisfac-
tion via galloping consumption? Or, do we
actually learn something and change our lives
accordingly?
Jesus was clear. "Store up for yourselves
treasures in heaven, where moth and rust do
not destroy, and where thieves do not break in
and steal. For where your treasure is, there
your heart will be also." Matthew 6:20-21

Derek Maul is a writer who lives in Valrico.
You can view his work at derekmaul.com or
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resident of Plant City.
She was a homemaker and a Catholic.
She is survived by two sons, W.A. Creamer of
Morristown and Billy Creamer of Dover; a
brother, Buck Collins of Plant City; two sisters,
Alma Ham and Velma Lee Walker, both of Plant
City; and 14 grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Wynn
Walter Wynn, 82, of Clearwater died Sept. 2.
He was born in Moultrie, Ga., and was a U.S.
Army veteran of World War II, fighting in the
Battle for the Aleutian Islands.
He managed a dry cleaning business.
He is survived by his wife, Elvira; two sons,
Charles of Prescott, Ariz., and Anthony Longual
of Anchorage, Alaska; three brothers, Calvin of
Holiday, Ray of Marietta, Ga., and Billy of Plant
City; three sisters, Toletta Dias ofWinter Haven,
Shirley Mills of Auburndale and Marilyn Smith;
four grandchildren; and eight great-grandchil-
dren.
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to return to find the guest
room his mother had occu-
pied flooded with water.
He spoke at the entrance to
River Run, where his son,
Austin, a ninth-grader at
Newsome High School, sat
patiently awaiting whatever
came next.
"I don't know if I want to go
back there to see what it looks
like, everything floating
around and a mess," Austin
said. "We'll just have to work
through it, I guess."
His mother, Glenda Max-
well, said it was "sad, very
sad," as she boarded a canoe
to travel with her husband to
view the status of their home
and belongings.
"For me to make a mistake
is one thing. For me to impose
this on my family is another,"
Salow said. "I was a major
factor in us buying this place. I
can't help but feel responsibil-
ity about making a bad choice.
I don't have the means by.
which to repair the property,
what needs to be repaired. No
way. Even when the water
goes down and the electricity
comes on, what do I do?"
But as Salow, still in shock,
struggled with his guilt, his
family spoke of their love also
for life on the Alafia. And it
wasn't as if Salow bought his
home without considering the
risks of flooding. Indeed, they
were told when they bought


their home that the worst
flooding in recent memory
was in 1988, with the so-called
"100-year flood."
Figuring the odds were
good that another 100-year
flood wouldn't happen any
time soon, they moved in,
expecting flooding from time
to time would rise the waters
to just under their home,
which stands on 8-foot stilts.
Salow said while his mother
had damage from the roof
down, he and his neighbors
on the Alafia River suffered
damage from the ground up.
"The only time it's been this
bad is when Hurricane Donna
hit (in 1960)," said Johnny
Barbon, who has lived in his
home off Lithia-Pinecrest
Road at River Drive for 51
years. "It's the nature of the
beast, but this is the first time
it's gotten this bad."
On a canoe inspecting
damage to his home, Salow
mentioned what was obvious,
the comforting nature of the
river and the beauty of the
greenery surrounding it. A
flood, he said, "is a peaceful
inconvenience, if you prepare
for it, but how can you prepare
for this?"
"This" was apparent from
the floating refrigerator, which
still has remaining payments;
flood-soaked living rooms,
where one of three couches
just barely survived; and the


floating basketball that
bobbed poignantly at the side
of his son's bed,. Glenda's
clothes were piled high on a
bed, and she picked up one
sleeve to wring water out of it.
"This is sad, this is sad,"
Salow said. "I could only do so
much."
"I'm the lucky one here,"
said neighbor Sabine Rutgers,
whose home across the street
was built 13-feet high after the
"100-year flood."
"But it was close," she
added about the rising waters.
"We've had many floods since
I've been here, but nothing
this big."
No one knew last week
when life on the Alafia would
return to normal, especially
with the unimaginable and
pressing threat of Hurricane
Ivan. It would take time
enough for the reality of Hur-
ricane Frances to sink in.
"I'm really overwhelmed by
the loss and not yet able to
worry about my next move,"
Salow said on the canoe ride
back to Lithia-Pinecrest Road.
"You can't help but sit back in
awe and look at all that you
had that was nice and usable
and see that it's all gone to
hell."
Collections for the Alafia
River Relief Fund are being
accepted at the main gate to
River Hills, which can be
reached at 684-9090.


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The Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce will
present "Diamonds & Denim"
Sept. 23 from 7 to 10 p.m. in
the Arthur Boring Civic
Center. Sponsored by the
South Florida Baptist Hospital
Foundation.
Call: 757-8478.

PLAN AHEAD
Luau fundraiser
A luau-themed fundraiser
for multiple sclerosis research
will take place Sept. 25 from 6
to 9 p.m. at Plant City Church
of God, 2103 Mud Lake Road.
The event will feature


dinner, entertainment, door
prizes and a silent auction.
Tickets are $8 for adults, $4
for children 12 and younger.
Call: 757-6234, 727-5214 or
719-9695.


Bluegrass gospel fundraiser
Unity in the Community, an
organization that helps feed
the, area's hungry, will host a
"Bluegrass, Gospel and Oldies
Extravaganza" Sept. 25 at 7
p.m. at the 1914 PCHS Com-
munity Center, 605 N. Collins
St.
The evening will feature the
Never Fade bluegrass gospel
band.
Tickets are $10 and be pur-.
chased in advance at the
chamber of commerce, 106 N.


Evers St., or The Courier
office, 101 N. Wheeler St.

Dancing social
The Stardust Ballroom,
1405 S. Collins St., hosts an ice
cream social and ballroom
dancing the last Sunday of
every month from 6 to 9 p.m.
The next event is slated for
Sept. 26.
Call: Mike Johnston, 685-
1656.

City commission
The Plant City City Com-
mission meets the second and
fourth Mondays of the month
at 7:30 p.m. in the Nettie Mae
Draughon Auditorium at city
hall, 302 W. Reynolds St.
The next meeting will be
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includes 18 holes, cart rental
and a barbecue lunch follow-
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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.


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-
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Evangelist

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will be conducting services for the
entire family at First Assembly of God,
602 Charlie Griffin Rd, Plant City,
where Rev. Daniel Braddock is pastor,
beginning...

Sunday, Sept. 19th
at 10:30 AM and 6:00 PM.
Monday thru Wednesday
services will begin at 7:00 PM.
Rev. Todd will be ministering to the entire family in each service. He
has been an accomplished ventriloquist since the age of nine and uses
this talent to reach tender-hearted children with the Good news of the
gospel for about ten minutes at the beginning of each service.
He then gives The Truth for Youth Bible to all teenagers in
attendance, challenging them to give the Bibles to their friends and
invite them to the revival.
Rev. Todd grew up in the ministry of his father, Dr. Cecil Todd,
Founder of Revival Fires International. Rev. Todd crammed a lot of
life experiences into a brief span which qualifies him for a unique
ministry for the entire family.


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1 Tampa
YBOR CITY, FSBO 2007
North 23rdSt., totally re-
modeled 3br ba, Car-
pet, Paint, Many' Up-
grades, 727-543-9587 or
813-985-4758 $128,800


10| Tampa

YBOR CITY Investor's
dream. 2br, Iba, wood
frame new everything,
great tenants. Appr val-
ue $105k. Selling $94k.
813-598-0088
11011 South Tampa
DAVIS ISLANDS
3/2.5, 2200 sq ft large
rooms, wood floors,
unique & beautifully
done. $359,000.
Call 813 267-2040.
1102 1 Northwest
Carrollwood Plantation
Nice 3br, 2.5ba, 2 story,
lush landscape, lanai,
tiled, appls. $137,900.
buyowner.com ID#
TPA57893 813-728-8968
TOWN & COUNTRY
3br/2ba, 2000 sqft,
convenient location, big
yardc no brokers. Owner
Owner 813-244-4495
WATERCHASE, 4 br 4 ba
3 car gar, 3674 sf
w/bonus room, SS
apple's, Jacuzzi in master
ba, Iglot on cul-de-sac.
$509,900.813-310-9884
I Northeast/
103 New Tampa
NEW Tampa 4/21/z/22400
sf, fenced, scrnd patio,
pool tables, spa, wood-
en playset, 2 story, pur-
go & ceramic 1st fir.
$259,900. No agents.

MEADOWS 4 br 2 ba, cul
de sac, lakefront, Corian
counters, extend. lanai
many more upgrades
central heat & air, built
1999, 2 car garage
$245,000 813-978-8163

104tEast
104 Hilsborough
BLOOMINGDALE 1806
Vista River Dr. built 1999
4br, 3ba, 2c gar, heated
pool w/spa,n 326sf, vaul
ceil, Pergo firs in LR,
wood burning FP, exqui-
site Mbed w/dual walk-
ins. $252K. 813-571-1059
Bloomingdale Like New
Cottage style 3br 2ba
2cg, Scrn Lanai, Fenced,
patio, tile & carpet new
paint, new roof. FSBO
$144.9K 813-654-1805



BRANDON 4Br 2ba 2cg
Grandfather Oaks,
1600sf, Screened Lanai,
Sprinklers, Quiet South
Brandon Subdivision,
$157,500 813-684-9753
PLANT CITY 3BR/1BA
newly remodeled vinyl
siding home, new tie
carpet close to Mar-
shall School. $65000
OBO. 813-817-0507
RIVERVIEW 1.02 Acres,
4br, 2ba, 24x30 garage,
breezed way, no deed
restrict close to schools
& 1-75, $189,000.
813-677-5040
1114 IWaterfront
CLEARWATER BEACH Re-
gatta Beach Club 8th
Floor Gulf front, lbr Iba,
remodeled, Tiled Floor.
By Owner, Serious only,
$390000 352-222-6001
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1114 Waterfront I

TAMPA BAY
23 ac on Tampa Bay 1300'
shoreline. Great poten-
tial. $2.8M Paul Savage
Broker 813-664-1666
[116P] Manatee |
BRADENTON WATER-
FRONT PROPERTY. Built
1995 3br/2ba Boat dock,
rit, view 45 min to
Tampa, $399k wwwA.4
manateehomes.com
11211 Condominiuml
Dunedin Open House Sun
9/12 & Sun 9/19 11a-4p
1089 Loch Haven Dr. S.
updates 2bd lba shower
stall scrn patio gar.
$79,900.727-798-3205
Turn to Classified to:
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125 1 Lotss

LOTS FOR RENT! Move In
Special! Briarwood Mo-
bile Home Comm. 4002
Smith Ryals Rd, Plant
City. 813-737-2110.
WANTTOBUY
Building Lots.
Terry D. Speer Construc-
tion Inc. (813) 764-8030
1 26 1 Acreage I
WESLEY CHAPEL 10 acre
+ /r wooded estate set-
ting near 1-75 and SR54.
Very desirable private
location in area of pres-
tigious homes. Includes
new 3190 sq ft ga-
rage/shop/rv building
w/ elec service.
$229,000 (813) 361-1751

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3,500 ACRE
COMMON AREA
S40 LAKE FRONT LOTS
$1,000,00000 PER LOT
The #1 hunting and
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Located minutes from
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Please call:
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Farms,
130 Groves, &
Ranches
HARDEE Co. Ranch, 640
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Deer & Turkey,
863-634-3257 Mark
Crews, Florida Inland
Realty $3,525,000
I Florida Real
'1381 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.jimjean.com
PORT ST. LUCIE, INDIAN
LAKES, VERO, NORTH
PORT CHARLOTTE &
PALM BAY LOTS Owner
Fin Avail. Prima Proper-
ties 561-575-1440 Check
our web site for prices,
sizes & maps www.pri-
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138 Estate

River Bargain with direct
access to the Harris
Chain of Lakes in Lake
County. 3BR/3BA, Large
Workshop, Screened La-
nai with new hot tub. Re-
cently remodeled. Boat
house with dock and
boat lift. Extra water-
front lot included.
$279,000.352- 694-2345
WAKE UP TO Vacation Ev-
eryday! N. Central Flori-
da Land Sale. 1-5 acres.
Owner Finance Avail-
able. 15 yrs @ 8.5% In-
terest. Thompson
Group. Inc. Owner/Bro-
ker Cari-Anne Powell,
Agent 352-378-4814
ttgcarri@aol.com
www.NFLLAND.com
BREAK OUT OF THE CITY
and wake up on Vaca-
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Constructed Homes. 3/2
with 2 car garage each
on 1 acre in Clefland
Florida. Check out
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MLS#747220
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352-378-4814 Car
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1431 Out Of State
20-900 ACRE FARMS.
Beautiflul view of lakes
and rivers, great trophy
deer and turkey hunt-
ing. Perfect retreat or
investment starting at
$645 per acre. (270)791-
2538 www.actionoutfit-
ter.com.
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Call for Free Brochure
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taking year-round views
from your own Mtn top.
On 3.47 acres. Screened
deck, patio, full base-
ment, arage. 4br 3z ba
3500sf Could be great
specialty B&B. Buy Own-
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GEORGIA Historic St.
Mary's Coastal Commu-
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terways, breathtaking
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1-888- 231-5263.
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ly wooded. Pristine
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limited time! Financing
Call 1-866-288-5446,
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www.sclakefront.com.
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acres/$84,900. Enjoy se-
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na. New custom log cab-
in shell w/beautiful
view. Excellent financ-
ing, 828-247-6081
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-
cess Atlanta/Ashville.
Meandering Branch 91/
acre $338,000.
800-473-2709.
Pictures and virtual tour
go to: mctaggart
realestate.com MLS
81792.
N.C. Mountains
Cabin/$84,900
4 acres w/new log cabin
shell in secluded set-
ting. Other acreage
available with stunning
views! Excellent financ-
ing. 828-247-0081.
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in, 1230 Sq. Ft. Easy to
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on Beautifully Wooded
Acreage. Fronting Small
Stream. Only $73,900.
Owner/Broker ...
828-625-4884
RECREATIONAL PROPER-
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Great Cabin Site Excel-
lent Hunting. SE Ohio
$19,900 Owner Financ-
ing 740-489-9146
South Carolina
Buy Owner Ranch Condo
on Lake Hartwell.
2BR, 2BA new oak cabs
many upgrades. Golf incl.
$125,000 864-261-8367
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11431 Out Of State |
TENNESSEE LAKE LOTS
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423-949-6887
WESTERN NC MOUN-
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& Acreage. CALL FOR
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MOUNTAIN PROPERTY
SALES.(800)642-5333.
Realty of Murphy. 317
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Low as $24,900
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More Sq. Feet for the $$'
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Lakeland Nearl-4&98
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IMMEDIATE DELIVERY.
CALL TO SEE IF YOU
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2832.
Ready to move to your
property. 2 mobile
nomes, .1993 Fleetwood
3br,2ba, 24x48, $29,900.
*1996 Home of Merit
4br,2ba, garden tub, full
appliances, new caree,
ready to go $39,900.
727-776-8245
352-243-8445
Mobile
155 Homes In
Parks
P.C. 1987 d/w needs work
but can own in 20 mos at
regular payments. Ap-
proval by park required
for lot rent 81 ?-391-2316
PLANTCITY In rdjIorl
3BR/1BA -c r-r.n,,]
porch & backporc, util-
ity room. 813-659-4404
or 813-365-0313
180
Commercial Prop.
Lease

1808 Ofc Space
180B Lease

350 sf office space @
1804 W. Baker St.,
Excellent Location.
(813) 764-8030
HYDE PARK
Historic restored
Victorian house. Circa
1898, 2nd fir, 1800 sf, 6
office suite 2 bathrms, 1
fp hrdwd firs.
$2900/mo. Property Pro,
813-835-7747
PLANT CITY, 3 sizes, 2 lo-
cations. Very nice ofc
space. Convenient to 1-4
and downtown. Call
Donna Jean Realty
813-752-4137
Plaza Place, SouthShore
Office Park Sun Point
Shopping Cntr
Banking/Office/Retail
All sizes 813-641-2800
www.PhaganDev.com
USF area- Prof. Office
rental 132 sq.ft (12x11)
High-speed internet/
electric/conference/
alarm system & more.
Call: 813-866-5995
WATERS/HIMES 8405 N.
Himes, 2nd floor,
Office Space available.
Below market value.
$200 and up.
Cal (813)380-8044
Warehouse
180D -Business
Park Space
PLANT CITY 1500sf de-
luxeofc+ 2100sfWhse.
$2100.813-752-2422.

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Quads Sale
South Tampa/AFB, live in
one side, rent other.
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duplex. W/D hookup, Ig
back yard. uiet street
$139,900.813-417-4039
200-249
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Efficiencies & rooms for
rent, Day/Week. Down-
town location. Apply
Wilson Ct Motel 301 N.
Thomas 813.752-1227
I204 i Apts. Furn. I
BAYSHORE-1 block,
beautifully remodeled
studio w/pool. Utilities
& deluxe pkg satellite
incl. $800/mo. Immed.
occup. 813-220-2736
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12 Apartments
205 Unfurnished

BRANDON/VALRICO Area
Move In Special.
1 & 2 Bedroom Apts
Free Cable. Sr discounts.
Credit V El Dorado
Apts 813-689-3658
FOR RENT. Taking appli-
cations completely re-
modeled. 2BR/1BA apt.
Tile, Carpet AC, Wallpa-
per, Launory rm. lyr
lease. $550 mo, $50O
damage sec dep. Abso-
lutely NO PETS. Spencer
Ct Apts, Plant City. Avail
9/14/04.813-754-1197
FREE /2 MONTHS RENT
MOVE-IN BY 9/15
&2BR's,Nice& Clean

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PARMA CEIA PLACE 2/1
Condo. 525 S. Lincoln
Ave, Unit 101.750sf, ww,
D/W, end unit.$725/mo.
Incl. Cable & util. No
pool, No Pets. Avail.
now. 813-915-8189
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's &
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
PlantCity
SUMMER SPECIAL
$200 off 1st months Rent.
1 Bedrooms $420
Very Clean, Must See!
Grove Court Apts

813-752-7398
South Tampa/AFB, large
2br/lba, W/D hookup
remodeled in very good
condition. Quiet street.
1/2 of Duplex. $695mo
incl water. 813-417-4039
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
Public Transportation
Income guidelines apply
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205 Unfurnished

BEST DEAL IN TOWN
APT OF RIVER OAKS
$99 Moves You In, 1st Mo
Free or Trip To Bahamas
Spacious Ibr or 2br. Call
Today. 813-988-1191
WESTPORT COMMONS
SEC. 8 APTS/NEW!
1-2-3 Bedrooms
Dishwasher, carpeting,
laundry room, central
a/c, playground,
gated community.
SE HABLAESPANOL
Call Connie:
(813) 254-1436 or
54-5816
|nm Duplex/ I
207 Triplex
PLANT CITY 2br dup.
$575/mo. plus security.
No pets 813-310-0720
Plant City- New 3br, 2ba,
ceramic tiled, all appli-
ances convenient loca-
'tion, t750/mo. + $500
deposit. (813) 764-8030
I Houses
209 Furnished

NORTH OF BRADENTON
Fully furnished 4br 3ba,
Executive Golf course
home, Immediately avail-
able for up to 6 months,
$3,500/mo 941-776-2613
2 Houses
210 Unfurnished

Apollo Bch, Covington Pk.
3/2/2, New home. All
apl's. Upgrade tile,
w/garden tub. $1300 +
dep. No pets. Comm
pool.813-792-9497
BRANDON 4br 2ba 2cg,
Fireplace, 2000sf, New
Carpet, Fresh Paint,
Like New, $1,395/mo
AMIr 813-363-6593
Evenings 813-641-0888
CORK Area 3/2 CB home
on shady lot, CH/A, w/d
hook-up carport + utili-
ty shed$875 mo + $500
deposit. 813-719-9371 or
813-917-4687
Country Way Area
4br, 2.5ba,
pool, new paint & rug,
$1800/mo.
813-789-6914
DOVER, CUTE, lbr/lba,
h/a, part furn, nice quite
neigorhood, fenced
yard, $475.813-477-4646
EAST TAMPA 2 & 3 bdrm
homes, renovated, new
kit & bath. new carpet &
ceramic tile, CHA. sec 8
voucher req'd. Really
nice. 813-601-4877
HYDE PARK 3 br 11/2 ba
Bungalow, 1700 Sq Ft,
Stainless Steel Appli-
ances, CHA, Hardwood
Floors $1 600/MO Call
Chad(813)'293-8969
HYDE PARK/DOWN-
TOWN 3 br 2 ba. Living
room, dining room, new
paint/carpet. $975.lst+
security. Call Monica or
Connie at 813-839-5000
LITHIA 3br 2ba lcg in
prestigous Fish Hawk
Ranch. Pool/tennis
community. Top
schools. No pets
$1550/mo. 813-545-1948
LITHIA area, 2000 sf, 3 br,
2 ba, fenced yard, shop
& carport. $800/mo plus
$1600 sec dep.
803-625-3791 or cell:
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210 | Unfurnished

LUTZ Hwy 41/54. New 4br
3ba 3c gar, in upscale
gated neighborhood on
pond, 2700 sq ft, many
upgrades, only $1695
mo. Jenny 813-956-1169.
PALMA CEIA, 2 br, 1.5 ba,
FR, hardwd firs, 1200 sf,
sprinkler, alarm, lawn
svc, fenced yard.
$1395/mo. Available
Now! 703-400-4992
PLANTCITY, lyr old 1450
sf, inci apples. N/S. No
pets. Lawn maint incl.
Conv to 1-4. $1050/mo.
1st last + sec. Avail.
10/1.813-752-9589
PLANT CITY
Beautiful Walden Lake,
mins from 1-4, 1-75, 4br,
2ba, 2cg, golf communi-
t, al appliances.
$1300/mo 813-763-2677
SEMINOLE HGTS. Lease
to Own $3,500 down
$1,150/mo No Credit
Check Scott.
813-503-9955 www.
ifinancehouses.com
South Tampa 1600sqft,
3br/1.5ba, w/d, large
fenced yard, corner lot.
$1100mo + deposit.
813-545-9499,
After 4,813-716-2711
SULPHUR SPRINGS Close
to Elementary School &
Dog Track, Sec 8 OK,
3br 2baW/DHkup,
$675/mo+ Dep
V 813-908-57740
TEMPLE TERRACE 3br
2ba FRLR&DR,Fncd
NEW TAMPA Tnhm 2/2V/2
FOREST HILLS 4br 2ba LR
DR & FR, from $1,175
813-505-3754 *220-1472
Wesley Chapel New river
Cul-De-Sac, 3br,2ba,2cg
on Pond. New Ap is in
Fenced Yd. Comm Pool,
etc. $970.813-932-2161
Wesley Chapel/NewT a,
1.5 to 75. 2/2/2, 1545sf,
cul-de-sac, cornm. pool,
tennis scm porch, new
carpet, tile. Aval lined.
$1050.813-610-0487
1 Lease-Option
211 To Buy

NEW PORT RICHEY, 2br
1'/Iba, 1 car, sunroom,
fenced backyard, appli-
ances incl. $775/mo.
10% down. 727-393-5974

WALDEN LAKE
3br, 2ba. Comm pool, golf,
& more! Pets OK. Lease
at $1425/mo + $1200 sec
dep or Buy w/$5000 dn!
813-363-1666
1212 |1Condominiuml
APOLLO Beach Incredible
Waterfront! Like New
2/1 Condo Boat Slip
Available, 55 + Comm.,
Furnished No Pets.
$975/mo. (813) 645-1485
APOLLO Beach Incredible
Waterfront! Like New
2/1 Condo, Boat Slip
Available, 5 + Comm.,
Furnished No Pets.
$975/mo. (813) 645-1485
Brandon, 2br/2ba, tile,
w/d, 1st floor, near
shopping, Exc location.
$800+ dep water incl.
Credit and ref chk.
845-638-6607 Avail 10/1
SOUTH TAMPA, West
Gandy, Ig 2 br, 2 ba
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lanai, gated pool, all
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$1100/mo 813-927-1489
949.4444
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br w/office, 2.5 ba, 2CG,
sec sys, 2160 sft, W/D
incl, $1494/mo.
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813-220-6456
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end unit in gated comm.
$1395/mo 727-244-6318
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new 2 br, 2.5 ba, 1350 sf,
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1BrApts&1&2Bedrm
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NEAR 1-4 & 301-1 2 & 3
BR'S. $120-$140 weekly.
Some with utilities.
(813) 626-0820
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's&
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
University Mall Area.
1 & 2 br available for rent,
starting at $95 per wk.
Two Tom mobile home
Pk. 10603 N Nebraska
Ave. 813-977-8210
Rental Units available in
riverfront 55+ park. 1
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Beautiful Oaks &
Cypress on
Withlacoochee River 9
mi. from Brooksville.
$395/mo. w/1 yr lease.
Tim at 813-766-5408
I Travel Trailer
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230 Beach |
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Beautiful, 2br ba, W/D
walk to beach. Off sea-
son $500/wk. $1500/
mo. Unfurnished annual
$1200/mo. 941-795-2656
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3br, 2ba.2cg, all applianc-
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deposit 813-649-9265
SHORT Term Rentals. CIw
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Executive Inc.
727-461-6000
q Vacation
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DIRECT OCEANFRONT.
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S290 1 Jobs Wanted
WILL HAULIL Trasin. Junk
Cle3n Snelds. Yd & Tires.
AnyiLh;nia' I'LL DO IT.
737-3351" 763 3745
300-390
Employment

S306 1 Accounting
BOOKKEEPER F C
OB. E>',l Fa r,-..umri
DO.mnrijd Hill. I. 'i
BOOKKEEPERS ASST. for
Plant City business,
computer skills neces-
sary, must be proficient
in Quickbooks. Exp. in
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with knowledge of gen'l
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Resume & sal. hist. to Fax
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Loveable, Dependable,
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Baker 813-752-1648
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son needed for Oxygen/
Medical Equipment Co.
Knowledge of Medical
Terminology helpful but
not required, Willing to
train. Pleasant Tele-
phone Voice and able to
relate to Senior Citizens
in Medical Communities
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Medical Service nc,
607 S. Alexander St,
Plant City, Fl.
LPN/MED ASST, F/T,
Mon-Fri. Exp needed, for
ENT office. Fax
813-977-1360
1325 Dental

DRIVERS
Needed for Tow Truck
(Rollback) Class D Li-
cense. ALSO Transport
Driver Class A CDL.
Good Job-Mostly Local.
JANKOWSKI'S TOWING
813-754-1939
335 Child Care
Positions
CHILD CARE needed In
MY home for 5 mo old
boy, No special needs,
holidays off exp neces-
sary, light housekeep-
ing a plus salary nego.
Call Terry Peter
707-0253 to interview.
13401 Hospitality I
COOK KITCHEN HELP,
WAITERS. BILINGUAL.
813-936-9142
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KITCHEN HELP F/T. &
Waitresses Apply in per-
son Chancy Catfish
Shack N Park Rd
754-0477 or 752-7224
RIB CITY BRANDON
Dish/Prep
Line Cook
Apply in Person
1215W.Brandon Blvd.
Clerical/
350 Secretarial

COLLECTIONS to $9
DATA ENTRY- to $1
RECEPTION_ -- to$8
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
RITA STAFFING
813-754-5997
OUR family owned Plant
City Diving and Water
Sports Wholesale/mfg.
Company is looking for
an energqeic. motivate
ed. artculiae. proles-
'ionai individual to vork
loselV wih Ihe owners
Duties would include
customer service, an-
swering phones, light
typing, general office
and most importantly
we will require aspecif-
ic knowledge of Quick
Books. For a confiden-
tial interview please
contact Michelle at
813-754-0654
CLASSIFIED
IS ACCESSIBLE
RELIABLE, Good Person-
ality needed for fast
pace billing office. Ap
ply in person Bane Medi-
cal Service Inc,
607 S. Alexander St,
Plant City, Fl.
Mon-Fri 8:30 to 11:30
1360 1 Trades
AUTO SERVICE TECHS
QUICK LUBE TECH/
MECHANIC'S ASSISTANT
Chevrolet of Dade City
has great opportunities
for Exp Auto Techs &
quick Lube Tech/
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shop with the most
updated equipment.
Eagerness to learn a
plus Compensation &
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management staff that
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least take a look at the
great opportunity we
ave available for you.
Come join the family at
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Send resume or apply in
person at Chevroet of
Bade City 10741
Highway 301 Dade City
Phone: 352-567-1222
or fax 352-567-9557
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813-477-9323



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ELECTRICIANS, PIPE
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SECURITY -25 OFFICERS
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380 Employment
3 General

A/C & Elect. Contractor
seeks help. No exp. nec.
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AUTO Mechanic Needed.
Must Have own tools.
JANKOWSKI'S TOWING
813-754-1939
Career Opportunity avail-
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813-571-2706


8n I Employment
1380 General

Childcare Attnd for Plant
City church. Responsible
for the care of infants &
toddlers during all
public serve of the church
on Sun. am & Wed.pm &
other serv. as needed
throughout the yr. Person
must be outgoing &
welcoming to parents &
their yng. children. Age
appropriate Christian
curriculum will be
provided for instruction
to the toddlers. Prior
childcare exp & a love
for sm. children are
req'd.A bckgrndv is
req d prior to
employment. Interested
applicants should apply
in writing to ad #689,
c/o Tribune Co. P.O Box
3420 Tampa, FL 33601
Custodian/Sexton F/T for
Church in Plant City.
Responsible for
church's bldg's &
grounds. Custodial
duties will include all
cleaning serv. & some
maint. of the bldgs &
grounds. Sexton duties
will include the opening,
closing & securing of the
property for all weekly
church functions, &
other functions as
determined by the
needs of the church.
Interested applicants
must be in good
physical cond. & able to
lift 25 Ibs.A bckgrnd .
is req'd prior to
employment. Interested
applicants should apply
in writing to ad #6858,
c/o Tribune Co. P.O Box
3420 Tampa, FL 33601
FORKLIFT DRIVERS
background,drug
screens temp-hire
813-754-5997

GENERAL LABOR
for Dade City landscape
company. IMMEDIATE.
HELP NEEDED! DFWP.
352-588-2235
General Laborers,
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$ DAILYWORK$
$DAILYPAY$
219 CookSt,BrandonFL
Labor Finders 654-0885
Hands on Supervisor to
manage Wash facility of
tractor trailers.
Call 1-800-741-6800
HOUSEKEEPER, 35-40
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wknds, in RV resort, Call
Sharon 659-0002
LAWN CARE CREW in
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room to move up. DFWP.
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Need Commercial & In-
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ple. Painters & Lawn &
Landscaping Crew.
Experience Perferred
813-719-1031
PACKERS For plastic Co.
1st, 2nd & 3rd shifts
avail. Apply 1201 W. Dr.
MLK Blvd. Plant City
PRODUCTION, all shifts-
Tempto hire
RITA STAFFING
813-754-5997
PROFESSIONAL THERA-
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Needed! Open your
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Network. 1-
800-808-9282 www.the-
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Sponsored by The Men-
tor Network. and the
State of Florida Depart-
ment of Children and
Families
SPRAY TECH needed for
Plant Entrance Nursery.
Licenses Required.
Apply at Amplex, 3304 N.
Frontage Rd, Plant City.
813-754-7003
POSITIONS AVAILABLE!
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Good Bnfts, pay depend-
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SR60 West, Mulberry
(813) 681-6181
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jewelry. Looking for any
silver/gold merchan-
dise. Watches. Anything
of value! 727/804-7463

I Pay Cash
for Dish Network receiv-
ers. (813) 909-2940
14031 Kids Stuff I
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13-792-500;662-3996
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Strong Frames, Good
size pictures. Must see.
Willinrq to sell at a de
cent price. 81 3-571-5688
14061 Jewelry I
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amazing 3.35ct. center
stone 2.01 ct. certified
appraised -4 17K. must
sell $8800.866-484-5723
1407 | Diamonds
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ment ring I carat w/ 4k
yellow gold, each band
with 15 k's $1500. for all.
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40 Stamps-
408 Coins Books|

COINS, Currency, Bullion.
Buy Sell Trade Coin
Werx. Big Top Flea
Market D211 Sat & Sun
9a-4p 813-601-6940
COINS WANTED
Corbins's Stamp & Coin.
Estimates / Appraisals.
9a-4p. M-S. 813-651-3266.
108 WRobertson St Brnd
WE BUY COINS!
Buying, selling, trading!
Over 38yrs of experience.
Buying Silver. We pay
top dollar. 813-792-2493
or 727-455-6196
1410 |1 Furniture I

ACCENTFURN.
ACCESSORIES,
ARMOIRS, BED-
ROOMS, DINING,
ENTERTAINMENT
CNTRS, LEATHER
& UPHOLSTERY,
MATTRESSES.
ALL MANUFACTURERS,
ALL STYLES
AMERICAN DREW, BOB
MACKIE JESSICA
MCCLINTOCK, BAUER,
ASHLEYAICO 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, Mattrseses &
Memory Foam. Several
Quality Lines. Aico,
American Drew, Pulaski,
Magnussen Home,
Wynwood, Ashely, Lea,
Kathy Ireland Home,
Leather Italia
4415 N. Clark Ave.
O10a-6p Mon-Sat
www.elitewholesale
furniture.com
813-871-1147
Aerobed & Mattress Sets
All New Qu Dbl Sided
PillowTop Set $150. Still
In Plastic w/Warr. Can
Del. 813-380-6021
PEDDLE YOUR BIKE
WITH AN AD IN
CLASS 452
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.1 New in
plastic w/warr. Can
deliver 813-251-3134
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/Tset, new
w/warr. can del. KG
$295 813-871-1477

BED $195
All New Plush Kg MattSet
Still In Plastic w/ Warr.
Can Del. 813-380-6021
CLASSIFIED WORKS
BED $199 KING
dbl sided pillowtop matt.
set. New, in plastic
w/warr. Can del.
813-870-0070
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, qu, retail
$2K can del 813-871-1477
BED $90
Dbl Plush Qu. Matt Set.
New In Plastic w/Warr.
Can Del. 813-380-6021

BED $95
Full size matt. set. New in
plastic w/warr. Can
deliver. 813-251-3134
BedALLTEMPUR
ortho-PEDIC Pressure
Relieving Visco Nasa
Memory Foam Mattress
AsonTV
Qcost$1699 sell$449,
cost$11899 sell $549
10yrwarran can deliver
5 counties. All sizes avail.
SWEDISHBEDDING.COM
813-226-3022 or
727-733-9334 ANYTIME!


14101 Furniture |
BedALLTEMPUR
ortho-PEDIC Pressure
Relieving Visco Nasa
Memory Foam Mattress
As on TV
Cost $1699 sell $449,
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
King Mattress Sets $295
New firm sets-Easy credit

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

BEDROOM $1000
All cherry wd sleigh bd, 2
nightsfands, dresser
mirror, chest, new,
retail $3Ksell $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.
Spc. Louis Phillipestyle,
List $5K. 1st $1600 takes
it! Can del. 813-251-3134
BEDROOM $1600
Brand new, solid wd. set.
8 pc. Louis Phillipe style,
List $5K. 1st $1600 takes
it! Can del. 813-251-3134

BEDROOM $395
New complete 4 pc set
inci hdboard, drsr/Mr,
Nstand.813-672-1664

BEDROOM $438
Brand new, 5pc cherry
set. New in box. Can
deliver. 813-870-0070
BEDROOM $485
New Complete 5pc sets
Inci Bed, Nstand Drsr/
Mr, Chest, 813-643-1388
BEDROOM 1-10pc
King
Solid Mahogany no ve-
neers, light/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 BEAUTIFUL
BROYHILL 'Fontana' &
'Pleasant Isle', 2 mos
new, worth $1800. Sell
each $990.727-725-2708

BEDROOM SETS
Wrhouse Full Must Sell!
Wicker & Rattan, many to
choose. 813-876-1566
www.qualitywicker.com

BUNK BEDS $139. Lofts
Captains Beds, New All
Wood, Can Deliver.
Brandon 813-685-4760
www.alontrading.com
BUNK BEDS $145
Iron or wood Futons,
lofts Avail. All sizes
Can Delv. 813-643-1388
Couch $475 Love $420
Chair $325. New Leather
Italian Top Grain
Can Del. 813-870-0070
COUCH, love, designer
chair, ottoman,
matching pillows.
Gorgeous. Pd 2400.
Now $600.813-817-9931
COUCH, Olive green and
large Recliner, 1 year
old. Perfect condition.
Paid $1800, asking $750.
813-781-0324
Couch Sectional- 3 peice
beige/tan color, brand
new, paid $1206 ASK-
SING $700. 813-689-9067
or 300-2700
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
When you read Classified
it's. HELLO..GOOD BUY!


1410 | Furniture

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 12.6 Ctry Frnch
chrs. Beautiful China
cab w/leaded drs. Exc
cond $2900 813-662-9429
DINING ROOM SET with
china cabinet, $500.
Coffee table & 2 bar
stools $200. All maple.
Cal 813-681-0960
DINING ROOM SET, Ethan
Allen, top of line, pd
$12K, classic style, Igtbl
w/2 arm & 6 chrs, china
cab, & console $5500.
Also sofa & tbls
727-687-8032
DINING ROOM SET-Round
table w/extra leaf and
ad, 6 chairs, china cab
& server. $i,000 obo.
Call 813-884-4719
DINING ROOM table
w/glass top & brass
trim, brand new. $1200.
Also Maroon w/glass
top, banquet w/mirror.
$1000.813-541-6594

DINING SETS
Wrhouse Full Must Sell!
Rattan & Wicker, Many to
choose, 813-876-1566
www.qualitywicker.com

You can unload your
washer with an ad in ap-
pliances, class 416.

Entertainment Ctr
All wood, cherry finish,
lighted w/beveled glass
doors, accommodates
up to 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
USED, sell for $1650. Can
deliver. 813-293-1743

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 ROOM SET $695
Couch, loveseat, cherry
coffee table, end table,
sofatable.
813-672-1664
..*.**...**.
LIVINGROOM SETS
Wrhouse Full Must Sell!
Wicker & Rattan, many to
choose. 813-876-1566
www.qualitywicker.com

MATTRESS $150
Queen Pillow Top Set.
New In Plastic w/Warr.
Can Del. 813-380-6021
MATTRESS $150
Qu pillow top. Baby oft
New in pasic w v arr
KING $198. Can deliver
813-870-000

MATTRESS (1-2PC)
Extra thick Qn Ortho P/T
set, new still in plastic,
retail $1195, sacrifice
$250. Can deliver.
813-926-8507
MOVING SALE-Bedroom
set, 7pc solid oak,
sleigh bed cherry finish,
$1700. 7pc honey pine
bedroom set, $1600.s4pc
Italian leather set
beige, $1500. 4pc light
brown leather set,
$2100. 3pc tweed sofa
set, camel, $1200. Maple
dining table, chrs &
hutch $900. 3pc coffee
tbs, $175. All beautiful.
(727)441-1301
POOL TABLE 4x8 Italian
1" Slate, lifetime warr.
Decorative pockets &
legs New in crate access
$1450.813-657-8449

SECTIONAL 3 PC
All Italian Ithr, dual
recliners & sleeper sofa
4 colors brand new $1799
can del. 813-871-1477

Sofa $250 Love 225
Chair $175. Uphol. New
still in plastic w/warr.
Must sell! 813-251-3134
Can deliver.
SOFA $385
MICROFIBERSET
Sofa $385. Love $345.
Chair $185. New still in
box w/warr. Family
friendly. 813-870-0070
Can deliver.
Sofa $625 Set
New 3pc sets from $625
Uphol. Leather& M-Fiber
Can Delver 813-643-1388

SOFA $895 SET
All Italian top grain
leather set. Beautiful!
New in plastic. Can
deliver 813-870-0070
SOFA, 2 piece Sectional,
color Deep Terra Cotta,
paid $6.000 Robb
& StucKey now
$2,500 *813-909-8814


1410 I Furniture |
SOFA & LOVESEAT, all
LEATHER, beautiful
Bassett, 2 mos new, w/
warr, Worth $2800, Sell
$1490.727-725-2708
TEAKWOOD FURNITURE
SALE 20% Off All
Furnishings. 8717 40th
St. Tampa Tues-Sat
10-6p Tom 813-294-1627
WICKER SALE. Unique
Wicker & Rattan Furni-
ture. All Weather Wicker
Patio Sets/ Acces. &
Gifts. Forever Wicker
813-948-4802
14151 Carpeting |
CARPET LINOLEUM, TILE,
HARDWOOD and more...
at contractor pricing.
Name brands in flooring
residential and com-
mercial. get the facts @
www.tandtwhole
salefloors.com
1416| Appliances I
Appliances-Absolute
Lowest $ Guaranteed.
Delivery. Woody's
Appliances, $74.50 up.
7604 Broadway626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
APPLIANCES BEST PRIC-
ES IN TOWN! Large se-
lection of washers, dry-
ers, stoves & refrigera-
tors. $79.50 & up. War-
ranty & delivery in lim-
its. Don't gamble, know
your dealer! 45 yrs exp!
604Broadwa 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-
jamin Rd- danmart.com
13-393-4840
Mom & Pops Aplianc-
es, $75 & up, W/D, Stove
&Refr. 10014 30th St.
Free Delivery
813-632-9620; 335-5788
Refrigerator, Kitchenald,
23 cubic, white, side by
side w/service contract
2006, like new $600.
813-933-1018.
VACUUM RAINBOW SE
with attachments, very
clean, excellent condo
used very little. $350
813-334-7876
WASHER & DRYER
Nice condition with war-
ranty $200. Can Deliver.
813-626-3754
WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
Don 813-300-6714
417 Telephones/
417 Pagers

WE BUY
Cell honesold,new,No-
kia,Motorola etc We buy
them all 813.933.5008
S Air
418 Conditioners

A/C New in Box
Complete systems
installed 2ton $1695;
* 2/2 ton $1795.. 3 ton
$1895; *3/2 ton $1995;
* 4 ton $2095; 5 ton
$2195. 5 yrs warr on all
parts. Used Ac's avail 21
yrs exp. State cert. Lic#
CAC057499 Call Mike:
813-235-3991
AC'S NEW IN BOX!
5-10yrs. factory warr.
Homes & MobileHomes.
Example: Mobile hms. 2-
ton $795;2/2-ton $845-
3-ton$893 /2-ton $975
4-ton $1,065. Can install.
Lic.#RM0031291. Free
delay. Cr. Cards ok! Sonia
or Ron: (727) 505-8738
A/C'sALLNewinBoxA11 5
yr Factory Warranty, All
Homes, Sizes: Example



Call Lori813-453-9033
NEW ** S/DENT
RECONDITIONED UNITS
You Deserve the Best
Prices, Service & In-
stalls. We Do It RightThe
First Time! #RA0039944
REMINGTON AIR 971-2206
NEW ** S/DENT
RECONDITIONED UNITS
You Deserve the Best
Prices, Service & In-
First Time! #RA0039944
REMINGTON AIR971-2206
Used Mobile Home & Cen-
tral Systems. 2-5 tons.
$ 200 & up w/warranty.
an Install. Repair work
also. NTA CAC 1813656.
813-748-9265 907-3838
I A90 | Musical
420" | instruments

Amps. DJ Equip, Speakers
Wireless Mics, Liohting,
Best Rental Selection rn
Bay Area. Ask about our
do it yourself DJ pkg.
Beamworks Inc. Rentals
& Sales. (813)855-0709
beamworksinc.com
Spot Advertising Works


420 Musical
420 Instruments
Amps, DJ Equip, Speakers
Wireless Mics, Liqhting,
Best Rental Selecion 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 -
BASS & GUITARS
BAY AREA'S BEST!
USED -VINTAGE-RARE
Repairs, Lessons
BUY- SELL-TRADE
LEGENDS 813-348-0688.
D H BALDWIN
WHITE BABY GRAND
takeover payments
Call 813-541-6594
Don't Buy A Piano
Until You TalkToUs!
Best Prices In Tampa Bay
We Buy Factory Specials
New And Used
Yamaha, Kawai & More
Owner/Operator 27 Yrs
Call Ken 813-855-1227

DRUMS DRUMS
AJ's Pro Percussion
New Used Vintage
Drum Lessons
We Buy Drums Anything
Call A.J. 813-353-1829
GUITAR, Martin D28,1957.
All original. No cracks.
$5600.813-752-8612

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you? Does shopping
make you manic? Con-
sider the calm & conve-
nience of Classified! Our
pages are filled with
treasures & you don't
have to stand in line or
search for parking
PIANO, Baby Grand, wal-
nut, just tuned, includes
bench, excellent condi-
tion. $3 000 OBO.
813-839-2133
PIANO, Kawai Studio,
(UST-8C) Black Satin
finish, 10 yrs old, single
ownerexc cond $2000.
813-685-3541 *
PIANO Yamaha Baby
Grand. Plays & sounds
great. Black, disk avail,
must sell $6000 obo
727-345-5602
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
424 Radio, TV, &
4" Stereo
FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
SYSTEM, Including
Standard Installation! 4
Months Free Progam-
ming. Total Choice Pre-
mier with Local Chan-
nels. Over 205 Channels!
With Subscription to
NFL Sunday Ticket, $360
Value! Call Now to Or-
der! Direct Satellite TV
1-800-823-8595.
FREE 4- ROOM DIRECTTV
SYSTEM includes instal-
lation! 4 MO. FREEpro-
gramming w/NFL Sun-
day 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-
grammin w/ NFL Sun-
day Ticket subscription.
Over 205 channels! Lim-
ited time offer. S&H, re-
strictions apply.
1-800-260-2813
FREE DIRECT TV
SATELLITE SYSTEM. UP
TO4 ROOMS INSTALLED
8 FREE..
813-748-8854
MARK ELECTRONICS
SALES & SERVICE
COMPUTER VCR'S
BUY-SELL-TRADE
813-813-717-9700
Philips, 44in flat screen,
digitalw/DVD CD VCR&
amp, etc. $3900 obo.
Samsung flat screen,
42in, w/same as above.
$3600 obo. 813-541-6594
TV, 55in.HD, digital, wide
screen, newer $1,250
w/delivery or best offer.
Call 727-771-2665
TV'S VCR'S STEREO'S
CD & DVD Players
**$29.99**
Sam's Pawn 813-932-7999
1505 W. Busch Blvd.
ZENITH 23in flat screen,
with digital box
$1300
813-541-6594
Hundreds of TV's 40-70%
OFF. 13inch colorTV$29.
Tampa's Electronic Out-
letCenter.
7004 Benjamin Rd-dan-
martcom 813-393-4840
I WANT TO BUY non-
working Big Screen
Televisions. Please
Call 813-986-1229

14261 Photography I
Complete darkroom with
Durst 707 & larger, 2
lenses, many extras.
Call for details. $1000.
813-404-2914


421 Medical
4281 Equip.
ABSOLUTELY NO cost to
you. New power wheel-
chairs, scooters and dia-
betic supplies. Call us
toll free 1-800-843-9199
Day / night to see if you
qualify
ADJUSTABLE BEDS by-
Simmons & Flexabed at
$$ BIG DISCOUNTS $$
Scooters, lift chairs
& a large SHOWROOM
of home medical equip.
Active Medical 335-2159
FAMILY HEALTH CARE w/
Prescription Plan!
$69.95/mo; Best net-
work, best coverage. No
limitations, inc udes
Dental, Vision Pre-ex-
isting Cond. OK! Call:
WCS 1-800-288-9214 ext.
2341
GRAND OPENING SPE-
CIALS www.action-
scooters.com Lowest
Prices. Free Shippihg.
Call Toll- Free
1-877-289-8899 24-
Hours, 7-Days A Week.
Hablamos Espanol
www.actionmedicalmo-
bility.com
Handicap 3 whl scooter
$150. Pwr Scooter &
Wheelchairs, some are
new. Less than half
price. New elec. hosp.
bed$275. 813-237-3229
HOSPITAL Bed, Electic,
Like New, Adjustable
Head & Foot, $800
H 813-855-5189
Jet 3 power wheel chair,
excellent condition,
$2500 obo.
813-350-9712
813-781-3770
LEVITRA VIAGRA Muscle
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NOW!
MICRO DERMABRASION
machine Ultra Peel Pe-
pita by Matolli, like new.
Very easy to use & conv.
$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, Ultram,
Viagra, Methocarbamol,
Levitra. No previous
prescription required.
Call Toll Free
866-438-6656 or
www.integraRx.com
VIAGRA $2.50/dose -
CIALIS $3.50/dose Low-
est Price Refills Guaran-
teed! Free Shipping!
Why Pay More. Call
Now!! Prescription Buy-
ers Group
1-866-887-7283
Ace Motorchairs
Beds, Pwr & Man Chairs
Lifts, and Much More!
You May Qualify at
NOCOSTTOYOU!
813-269-8049
MEDICARE/MCAID/INS
| 430 | Office Equip. |
S4301 &Furniture

Arm Chairs Desks Files
Used Office Furniture
Specialist. Commercial
Qity. At wholesale pric-
es!! EOF 813-877-9400
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
Cubicles- 8' x 8' Herman
Miller -Al condition
$649.00 6' x 6' Steel-
case Answer- 2 yrs. new
$679.00877-9400
Desks! Files! Chairs!
Largest quality selection
inTampaBayarea!!
Unbeatable $$! E.O.F.
813-877-9317
Files Files Files
Commercial Grade & Qlty
5 Drawer Lat Filgs $200
4 Drwr Vert. $49 like new
EOF 813-877-9400
FILES/VERTICALS
73 Hon, 4 drawer vertical
files, $50 each obo.
727-647-2170
Lot Hayworth Accolate
Chairs, 250 Sled Base
Metal Framed Side
Chairs, 106 Burgundy
144 Grey, $99 each. 274
Neumatic Task Chairs,
120 burgundy, 154 grey,
$149 each. Dave
727-647-2170
Selling a guitar can be
easier than playing it.
Place your a in musical
instruments, class 420.


430 Office Equip.
S& Furnture I
WORKSTATIONS (50),
Hayworth, 8x8,1 flipper,
1 shelf, corner work sur-
face, grey in color, $550.
Delivery & set up avail-
able. WE Buy Worksta-
tions. (727) 647-2170
WORKSTATIONS (50),
Hayworth, 8x8,1 flipper,
1 shelf, corner work sur-
face, grey in color, $550.
Delivery & set up avail-
able. WE Buy Worksta-
tions. (727) 647-2170
We Buy Office Furniture!!
Top Dollar Paid $$$
Economy Office Furniture
813-877-9317

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

AMD 2400-- COMPUTER
Sempron CPU 40 GB
Hard Drive. 256 MB Ram
52x CD-Burner, 64-bd
Video, 6 Channel Audio.
Network, W;ndows XP.
NEW anc more! $399
14918 North Florida Ave.
http://www.isorm.com
MF 10-7 (813) 264-0408
AMD2600+ New$399
R&M Computer
Sales*Service-Upgrades
We build the hest
Computers in the USA!
Used Computers starting
at $99.813-757-0288
ATX Cases $20.00
56KModems $15.00
14-21" Monitors $20&UP
HP Printers $30.00
Mice 4.00
TVs $0.00
Hard Drives $10.00
SDRAM $12.50
Motherboards 15.00
PII Computers 65.00
Pill Computers $100.00
Laptops $125.00
100's of Parts & Systems
**8-4:30 M-F**
**813-886-1494**
BRAND NEW PENTIUM 4
SYSTEM,2GZ, BLAZING
FAST DbR GRAPHICS.
WINDOWS XP PRO. 1 YR
WARR REPAIRS & UP-
GRADES. 813-731-8750
COMPUTER MONITOR
17" Flat Panel. Active
Matrix TFT LCD. NEW.
Cost $450. MUST SELL
$250/obo. 813-979-9200
DELL SERVER RACKi NEW,
2410 24U cabinet.
mounting rails and
more; 48"Hx24"Wx4O"D
$350 (813) 253-3600
Latop Below WholeSale
New/Used! Dell, IBM!
Beat all prices. Wireless
Internet, leather case
avail. Starting @ $250.
100% FINANCING
813-GOT-LAPTOP
CALL 813-468-5278
www.buzztech.net
LOW COST SERVICES
Network Cards $11
Power Supply $29
Modems $15. LCS 1505 W.
Busch Blvd 813.714.3515
Rent To Own Computers!
Bad Credit OK!
$14.95/week
www.ezpaypc.com
727-531-0788
Top Of Line IBM Laptops.
30% Off Retail Price.
BRAND NEW. Direct
From Mfg. 3 Yr Warr.
941-518-9856
PENTIUM 3 & 4 SYSTEMS
Laptops. Low Price
Call for Current Specials.
Chris 813-884-4433
ext242
4321Commercial
432 Equipment

CERAMIC comm'l euip, 3
IC used kilns, 500-gal
s;ip tanks w/motor,
sanding mach, bonsai
pot mords & greenware,
813-996-5012M-F,9-5
Pump, 3in. trash, Robin
6.5hp, 340 gpm w/suc-
tion &discharge hose 1
@ $785, next @ $1,260
warranty 813-417-3687
Salon Equipment, very
nice nail stations,
avail. 2 shampoo chairs,
1 shampoo sink. Call for
info: 813-685-4113
1 'Z Restaurant/ i
434 Hotel Equip
BUDGET EQUIPMENT
RESTAURANT EQUIP.
NEW & USED-BUY& SELL
15510 N. Nebraska
M-Sat. 813-978-8085
CLOSING Woodys Bar-B-
Q, 1905 E. StRt 60, Valri-
co. All equip. & fixtures
MUST GO. Sale from Fri
Sept 17thru Sun Sept19,
from 9a-5p. Cash or cer-
tified funds only.
GRILLS, Walk-In Coolers,
Pizza Ovens, Mixers,
Hoods, Fryers Call
727-581-9293
Want Ads


434 Restaurant/
Hotel Equip

HOT DOG
Cart $1300
813-841-2277

LIQUIDATION SALE
Reach In, Self Contained,
Coolers & Freezers
800-891-3013
www.fixturesusa.com
LIQUIDATION SALE
Store Shelving, Coolers
Freezers, Safes, Displays,
Pallack, Conveyor,
Security Sys., Pharmacy
Shelving & etc.
ECKERDDRUGS
CALL FOR LOCATIONS
800-891-3013
www.fixturesusa.com
Wood burning Oven,
Woodstone, gas-wood.
Only 6 mos. w/exhaust
fan. $6500.941-366-2131
or 941-284-9081
Store
435 Fixtures-
Equipment

DISPLAY CASES,
USED CLOTHES RACKS
SHELVES, COUNTERS.
WHSE FULL 813-886-8400
Gondola, Warehouse &
Parts Shelving. Show-
cases, Slatwalt, Clothes
racks. Inventory Reduc-
tion Sale. 813-628-4332
4 1 Builder's
440 Supplies

A&B 'I American Oak
Fiocrrqg Wholesale
Irom thEb Original Guy
who started in this sec-
tion. I buy flooring from
all over the world no
Middleman. I have more
products in stock than
anyone that will sell to
the public. Containers of
Wood, Laminate, Ce-
ramic starting at .99 sf.
Come where the build-
ers & savvy buyers buy
flooring 1-813-918-2737
www.yeagerflooring.com
Call us and we'll come
right over to measure
and make plans to fill
your needs. Yeager's -
Nobody beats our quali-
ty or service let alone
our price.
All Metals Roofing,
Standing Seam, roof
kg, Gavalume-Plus,
Snap-Lock Panels. Easy
to install, Visa/MC
accepted. 813-224-9060
ALL REAL WOOD Pine
flooring milled on site.
1x4 #2 29t lin ft.; 1x6
cabin grade 48 ft; 1x6
#2 premium 68o ft; long
leaf heart pine various
grades & widths, quote
specials while in stock.
1x4 #2 Cypress t&g 38t ft
1x6 #2 Cypress t&g75t ft
1x6Cedart&g95 ft www
.lumberspecialties.com
4914W Linebaugh AvTpa
M-F8-5 813-269-0441
Ask about CLEARNACE
bundles of lumber
BAMBOO FLOORING
$2.50 sf, 2 truck loads.
Intercity Lumber,
813-626-5232.
BASEBOARD
Wood, new, 8,000' avail-
able at $.25 per foot.
813-886-8494: 389-5336
CYPRESS CUSTOM CUTS.
La. finest tidewater cy-
press. Custom cut
beams up to 24"x24"x40
Ft. 4/4 up to 8/4 starting
at .50, #3 thru Select.
Moulding & siding. (866)
286-5851
FENCE SALE
6 X 8 Board on Board
Only $19.95
Hurry While Supplies Last
813-681-6181

FLOORING
Prefinished oak still in
boxes, 2308sf.@ $2.25/sf.
- Will split, 813-225-1298
GATES, New, Ornamental
Choose your design,
Approx 14' $775;
It 813-817-9871
*INSULATION*
NEW-Unlimited Qty.
Discounts For Cash.
813-782-0049
LAMINATE FLOORING,
10 yr war. 78 cents SF.
Also OAK HARDWOOD
FLOORING 99 cents SF.
LUMBER LIQUIDATORS
1-800-FLOORING
LUMBER LIQUIDATORS
HARDWOOD FLOORING
from .99 cents Sq. Ft. Ex-
finished & unfinished.
Bellawood w/50 year
prefinlsh, plus A lot
more! We Deliver any-
where, 5 Florida loca-
tions, 1-800-FLOORING
(356-4746)
METAL ROOFING SAVE
$$$ Buy Direct From
Manufacturer. 20 colors
in stock with all Acces-
sories. Quick turn
around! Delivery Avail-
able Toll Free (888)393-
0335.

MEXICAN TILE*
ALL SIZES
FINISHED and RAW
** 813-884-6127**
TURN TO CLASSIFIED'S
Merchandise Columns
Our prices are
on target for you! -


440 Builder's
40 Supplies

New Honda Generators
and Husq. Chain Saws
for sale. Indiv. warr 2
yrs, comm use-lyr. Toll
Free 866-386-7321
CUSTOM $35,000 Oak
Kitchen with 16 glass
display cabinets, plus
most appliances Must
Sell Now. Remodeling
Best Offer 863-967-8487
Need Entry or Patio
Doors? Ican help!
Wood, steel or fiberglass.
Prices $100 and up.
Call 813-643-2431

444 Sheds &
444 Carport


24x24x9 $9,500
24x30x9 11,800
Both are enclosed
Concrete slabs, 36" door
&2 -7x8 garage doors inst
Other sizes avail
813-788-3501 713-2333
www.jobobs.com
CERTIFIED STEEL BUILD-
INGS. For any use, Of-
fice/Warehouse,
Shop/Garage, Are-
na/Barn, Hangars. Ship
to yourjobsite, E-Z Build
Your Own.
52x70=$13.676,
42x42=$7995, (800)993-
4660, www.univeral-
steel.comrn
METAL ROOFING: ALL
TYPES. Discount Pric-
ing! Buy Direct from
Manufacturer. Special-
izing in Commercial &
Residential Twenty (20)
colors with all accesso-
ries in stock. Quick turn-
around Save$$$ Call Toll
Free. 1-888-393- 0335.
BUILDING SALE! "Rock
Bottom Prices!" Quick
Delivery. Beat Next
Price Increase. Go di-
rect/ save.20x26. 25x30.
30x40. 35x60. 40x80.
45x90. 50x100. 60x180.
Others. Pio-
neer(800)668-5422.
Classified Ads Prices
well within sight A se-
lection that's just right!
ALL STEEL BUILDINGS
24x30 was $10,380, sell
$5,190. 29x50 was
$15,700 sell $7,850.
50x90 was $29,850, sell
$15,490. 1st Come 1st
erve! Joe (800)392-
7817
STEEL BUILDINGS -FAC-
TORY DIRECT! Liquida-
tion Sale. 25x36 $4,100
30x40 $5,400, 45x80
$10,900,50x150 '$19,900.
Call Kyle:
1-877-728-4807
All Steel Building Invento-
ty Reduction! 20x40
S4090! 40x80 $10,900!
Other Sizes Call ASAP!
1-866-655-3955
SHED DISPLAY SALE
Heartland Industries
10x10 $999 More. As Is,
Where-Is. Cash & Carry.
813-876-4900 M-F
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
installed; 18x21 Build-
ings from $2,375;
Callfor More sizes
813-299-3798 *681-5468
Storage Building, 10x16,
paid $2200, will take
$1500, used 4 mo. Has li-
noleum & insulation.
813-986-9850
1445 ITools
Factory Reconditioned
Tools: Generators, pres-
sure washers, naogruns,
routers & bits, sanders,
drill pressesair com-
pressors, table saws,
etc. Porter Cable/Delta.
813-877-9585
GENERATOR Electric
start, diesel, portable,
comes with two triple
tap cord sets. $2,800 obo
662-562-8319 anytime
LATHE DUPLICATOR Del-
ta, Model 46-408. Cut du-
plicate spindles. $450
(813)754-5642

Powermatic wood Lathe,
42" bed, 12" diam
w/xtras $400. 10" Delta
Chopsaw $40. Senco
Staple Gun 813-434-5952
SCROLL SAW Delta 18"
Variable Speed. Model
40-650; with stand, extra
blades $400 (813)
754-5642
SHOP Smith, some ex-
tras,$1500.
813-933-0944.

I Machinery& &
44I Heavy Equip.

Automotive Repair/
Machine Shop Equipt.
For Sale Going Out Of
Business. Lifts, Jacks,
Service Equipment, etc.
3000# Forklift, runs
great, $1,200. 3 phase
Air Compressors, 5HP
Quincy $500; 7.5 HP
Champion $700.
Calf(813)833-5786
Forklift-Tampa Forklift
since 1974. Parts, Svc
Rentals, New,Used
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251








22 THE COURIER + SEPTEMBER 16, 2004

449 Machinery & 450 Sporting
Heavy Equip. Goods


Forklift-Tampa Forklift
since 1974. Parts Svc.
Rentals, New,Used
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
GENERATOR-Diesel, 1,000
watt, single phase, 120/
230 volt w/sound reduc-
tion waterproof encld.
Very low hours. Asking
$6990 obo 813-503-6585
GENERATORS US manuf.,
new diesel or pro-
pane/N.G. 40kW, 60kW,
80kW, 100kW, 800kW,
2000kW. All in weather
prot. enclosures. Set to
desired voltage. All
units have yr warr. Call
for prices: 813-985-2642
MARINE GENERATOR
1993 Onan 8kw diesel
boat generator. 1700
hrs. Runs good, needs
new mounting an.
$1,500 OBO, (813)
246-2418
WHOLE TREE
CHIPPER-Morbark
Model 2400-J.D. Diesel,
autofeed, 688 hrs, extra
parts. $32,000.
504-467-6336, xt 10 Iv
message
A I Sporting
1450 Goods




Bill Jackson Inc.
2nd ANNUAL
HUNTING SALE
September 18th & 19th
Firearms Clothing *
Accessories *
'Best gun selection
in the state of Florida'
9501 US 19 North
Pinellas Park, FL 33782
Ph: 727-576-4169



Georgia Hunting Lease,
1250 acres, maintained
food plots, electric wa-
ter, $1,000 Call (863)
859-0323; 863-581-0593
Glock 21 hi-cap map $449.
Sip 2340, .357 $379. Coil
1911 nickel $659
813-685-2612

GUNS WANTED
Buy & sell. S&W 40 cal SS
4006 $599. Colt Python
357 nic. $850. Browning
Bar 3006 scope $899.
Rem. 260 SS. scope $800.
Rem. 270 scope $600.
Win 300 winmag scope
$600. 813-992-0598 or
727-822-5325 Ken
HUNTER's WANTED for
MONSTER DEER in West-
ern KY on priv. Farms.
Meals & lodging incl.
Jim Baker (606)226-2260
HUNTING LEASE, 1000+
acres w/cabin. Jackson
Co. Fl. Deer turkey
dove, quail, After dark
# 850-569-5349
New Deer Hunt Club- Bue-
na Vista GA.
$400/per Person.
706-563-8876.
Spot Advertising Works


NEW GUN SALES
9mm $120
45$159.99 38SpI$199
Home Def Shotgun $200
Sam's813-931-8498 Tmpa
Crown 788-2520 Z'hills
POKER TABLE, Solid Oak.
4 Chairs, Dining/
Poker/Storage Space,
$1800 obo.
Robertson Billiards
813-229-2778
POOL TABLE $1150
A Professional Series 4X8
Table with 1" Italian
slate, Ithr pockets,
carved legs. New still in
box. Can deliver set up
813-926-8507

POOL TABLE $1450
4x8 all solid wood
Professional series 1"
Italian slate, Leather
pockets, decorative
legs top quality felt, K66
Rai(s,, w/access,
lifetimewarranty, still in
crate, can deliver & set
up. 813-657-8449
POOL TABLE, New In Box
Slate, Choice Cloth, Color
Equip Incl., $995. Buy,
Sell, Trade Used Tables.
Robertson Billiards
813-229-2778
REMINGTON 3006 MODEL
7400, high gloss finish,
like new extra 10 round
mag. $375.813-584-0003

CONCEALED WEAPONS
CLASSES
Class G & Class G Requal.
Home Protection
813-643-1370.245-2719
451 Exercise |
451 Equipment
Treadmill, Pacemaster
elec ncl, 2.5, 10MPH
$375- Vitamaster 2.25,
10MPH $175; Weslo
6MPH $75 813-335-2616
1452 1 BicyclelSvcs |
RECUMBENT TRIKE wiz
wheels 3.0 $1500
727 561-0620


1453 |1 What's Free
DOG blk/female to good
home ap rox 451b/1 yr
813-758-8523aft3pm
46 I Health
1456 iProducts

FAMILY HEALTH CARE
w/Prescription Plan!
$69.95/mo: Best net-
work excellent cover-
age. No limitations, in-
c udes Dental, Vision,
Pre-existing Cond. OK!
CalI:WCS (800)288-9214
ext. 2347.
460n Power I
4u, Mowers
Craftsman 48" Tractor GT
3000, w/3-32 gal. Hard
baggers, Kohler 23V-
twin electric start auto
trans. Paid $3000 Asking
$1800 obo. 813-685-4001
DID FIDO EXTEND THE
FAMILY? Place an ad in
class 480 and unleash
some of those pups!


460 Power 1480 1 Dogs I
460 owers CURR Red. female 3
DIXIE CHOPPERS!! months old FREE to good
60" & 42" both in exc home only 813-376-0444
cond. Starting @ $3,800 DOBERMAN Pincher
new 50" $5,500 Puppies, AKC. European
813-661-9662;299-5496 breeding. 352-455-3311
Mobile Repair Service
Toro-Scag-Exmark
Bunton-Dixie Chopper English Bulldog Pups,
Hydro's-Parts-Engines AKC, gorgeous. wrinkly,
Cranks & Cams 236-3363 hlthy. For show or your
SEARS' Riding Mower couch. From $1100. call
Used 40 hours, 42" cut, 813-969-1799
Side discharge, 2003 ENGLISH BULLDOG PUP
model,6spotrans. AKC, champion blood-
$5500 813-645-9352 lines, IF, white w/brin-
I dle mask, born 7/22
j469 Nurseries $1800.813-681-5023
S Trees GERMAN SHEP Puppies
3" spaded live oaks, 50. AKC females rare lack,
1020' Crape Myrtls black & tan, health crt.
20 7 gaCrl. OMykrtes hurricane sale $225
Crapes, $5. LIC# Lutz, 813-679-3600
47228130.813-508-6277 GERMAN SHEPHERD,
LIVE OAKS 45 al. 4"-16' AKC, BiBonedPups
$75;25al3"- 2'$50 Adultsich Colors &
LIGUSR M 45 al 8' $125 Blacks, family oriented.
813-748-8641/986-3302 $650 & up (941)809-6242
Container Reg #47220672 HAVANESE Health Cert
TREES TREES, TREES Comp. Cerf'dparents, 2
CRAPE MYRTLES all col- me Brn/Wht. Rare
ors, 12' to 20' Field breeder non.-shed
Grown, 500 trees to 813/786-9976o
choose from #47235183 813/786-9976
Call 813-431-9479 ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS,
purebred, parents here,
1480 I Dogs IF & 2M @ 11 weeks +
IF @ 5 months. Health
BEAGLE adults, sml, certs + shots, $300-
tri-color, purebred no $350.813-661-3075
papers $250. ALSO
Dachshund mini F, LH JACK RUSSEL PUPS lm/3f
Red A, C $350' ckc, hlth cert. Pictures
813-754-3934 via e-mail $200 Must
Sell, (813) 763-2283 or
BEAGLE PUPPIES, AKC, (813)752-6226
tri-colored, 3-F, 9 wks J RS
old all shots300 ea. JACK RUSSELL PUPPIES
352-748-3506or 12 wks. 1st shots, vet
352-303-3524 chk, tails docked, 3-M,
1-F, $400 ea.
BEAGLE PUPS, AKC Tri- 813-267-6940
color, Ready now. 2 lit-
ters 1-show dog.small JACK RUSSELL PUPS,
sz H/C $400-$475 JRTCA Reg, 6/males,
813-293-8889, 685-2175 great markings. Sweet
and loveable w/nofear.
BICHON Puppies Regis- $300ea. Ready 9/14.813-
tered, health cerifi- 757-0373/716-0920
cates/shots male/fe-
male $675. Call LAB Puppies AKC, choco-
727-816-8762 late, y yellow, parents on
site, lockeads, cnanm-
BOXER PUPS, AKC, fawns pion pedigree, $400-
& flash, taking deposits, $500.352-266-9574
ready 9/24, ilth cert. L P
$500-$650, parents on LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
prem. 813-884-8557 wormed, vet cert. Block
head, champ. bkgrd.
BOXER PUPS/AKC flashy Pedigrees. Parents/
fawn and brindle with grandparents on site.
white socks. ready for $500 352-307-0772
delivery. 8 males, 1 fe-
male. $500 (813) Labrador Retriever
918-1519 puppies, AKC, yellow
O-11 and chocolate, $350.
BOXER Pups, Purebred 3 334-347-5745 or
males 3 females 1stshot 813-300-9000. brooks
$400. each 813-763-4533 puppy@yahoo.com -
Cane Corso pupsFCI reg- LABS 8 chocolate AKC
istered. $1,006 www. Patriotic Pups born July
aztlancanecorso.com 4th, champion blood-
for more info or call line, shots wormed, vet
s 727-580-1426r ckd $500 (863) 967-3852
CHINESE CRESTED AKC MALTAHUAHUA, CKC,
show dogs, serious long non shed silky
minded only some fin- coated babies. M&F.2 Yr
ished champs. (863) warr. Ready 8/29. $450.
665-3716/863-606-9544 813-382-3746
COCKER SPANIEL Pup- MALTESE AKC, all shots,
pies (2) white & tan, 10 male, 5 months, cotton
wks all shots & health ball white, playful &
certificates. $200. loveable $500.
727-842-8785 813-928-0688
COLLIE PUPS CKC 5 PEKINGESE PUPS, CKC,
males 4 females, Sable, AKC, sleeve, parties &
avail 9/14/04 with 1st & many colors, call for
2nd shots, taking depos- photos. $400 negotiable.
its $500. 813-662-3181 V 352-591-2271V
CLASSIFIED WORKS Spot Advertising Works


1480 Dogs I
PIT BULL PUPPIES.
WhiteBlack, all sholis,
de-wormed, to good
homes only. $200. Call
813-716-3303
POODLES. Very tiny to s,
tea-cups. Colors. AKC.
M & F. $450 & up. Quali-
ty. Home raisedparents
863-427-0025
PUG BABIES AKC, HIth
certs, 1st shots,
blacks/fawns, M/F, take
dep., AvI 9/10 $600
813-810-9574, 249-0574
PUG Puppies, Beautiful
BIk Males, AKC Reg.
Health Cert. 1st Shots &
Chipped Champ line,
$700.813-986-2913

Puppies 4 Sale
Park Ave.Puppy
813-662-2592
Lic# P04062440
Pups by LeKris
Your store alternative.
We know your fears. We
are breeders. Havanese,
Maltese, Teacup Yor-
Ides, Poodles, Eng Bull-
dogs & Porms. Nice Iups
for the discerning uy-
er! 1 yr warranty good at
your vet. No checks. Will
deliver or call for appt:
$800-$2200.
941-776-9559 *544-8578
RAT TERRIER PUPS UKCI
Family raised. See
pictures: www.mccartys
ratterriers.com
$350 352-591-2271
Red Nose Pitbull Puppies
Red/White & Tan/White
Only 4 Weeks Old. $300
Gorgeous! NowTaking
Deposits. 813-239-7801
ROTTWEILER crossed
puppies beautiful FREE
to good home 986-1289
ROTTWEILER PUPS, AKC,
German line, block
heads, blk/mohag. H/C
Ready now $600-$80
813-293-8889,685-2175
Saint Bernard Puppies
AKC, Dews removed, 1st
shots, wormed, vet
checked, ready now,
$600,352-684-9206
Schnauzers Toys, Toys
Toys. Born 7-11. All rare
part mark-d babies,
very flashy, AKC, Tails,
Dew Claws, Health cert,
7-10 Ibs range when
grown. M & F. pre-
spoiled, paper trained,
$1000.813-949-0098
SHELTIE 9 wks M, vet
v Home raised bundle
of love $600. 813-404-
7438 1813-4048544.
SHELTIE AKC. 5' m-o
male cn. parent., ,all
shots, crate & house
broken, sweet $500.
727-841-7033,647-0489.
SOUTH AFRICAN
BOERBOEL, 2 yr old
Male, S.A.B.T. reg.
$1500.941-776-2917

WESTIE PUPPY 6 mo.
spayed/& 12 weeks old
both champion sired all
shots, $1,800.00
www.kenlakes.com
270-759-4556
Turn to Classified to:
BUY IT.
SELL IT.
FIND IT.


1480 IDogs I
YORKIE Duppes' 2 males
weeks olid Healr, Cert
Ready to go. $500.
813-707-1531 or
813-763-1468
14811 Cats |
CAT & Kittens, spayed,
tested, checked & shots.
To ood homes
813-254-4975
HIMALAYAN/PERSIAN
kittens, Seal Blue Tor-
tie Pt females. Health
certs. Parents on site.
$300 each. 813-833-5919
KITTENS need loving
homes long & short hair.
813-973-4271
DID FIDO EXTEND THE
FAMILY? Place an ad in
class 480 and unleash
some of those pups!
KITTNES, 3 Bob tails, 1
Long tail, born Multi col-
or Calico Aug 6th Taking
Deps. Avail Oct 6th
$25/ea 813-661-8961
MAINECOON MIX FREE, 2
yrs old declawed, in-
door cat. 813-610-7445

1482 | Birds
African Senegal Parrot,
super sweet, with cage
& accessories.
$400
813-857-5286
Cockatoos, Goffins (2),
tame & sweet, kings
cages, play stands &
travel cages $700 each.
813-715-6447.


Wanti ds weaned, On rFee, voo.o
Want Ads 3-8 mos old. Delivery
Available 863-581-904
Macaws, Proven Pairs. or 863-581-5322
Greenwings $2500, B&G Registered Arabian
$1600, Militaries $1400, ldin 7 rs old 15.5
reveres $1200. Selling Gelding, $7100.lake
out! 813-661-4481 payments. 813-782-7713
UMBRELLA COCKATOO 5
yr old to good home w/ 1991ChaparalBP3horse/
someone who has time tack & dressing rooms,
to spend. $1,00-0. newer tires, floor, elec-
813-657-7812 trick, paint, full tow pkg.
1[4831 Exotic $350obo 813-839-2207
Reg. Gelding, 7 yrs old.
BEARDED DRAGONS! 15 App. Mare, 8 yrs old.
adult breeders! Snow Gelding, 4 yrs old.
sandfires, more! Sever- 813-362-1787 or,
al juvies! CHAMELEONS 727-243-2550
also!813-431-3711 Reg. Angus Bulls. 6-8
S4981 Estate Sales months old. From
$600-$750.813-689-4728
BRIGGS Estate Sales of
Hills. Cty. 813-784-5343.
Lic#139048. 7 I Hay & I
www.olibri.com 1527 ay Grain

499Garage, Yardtc. Fresh cut Tifton 85
Sales, Etc. Horse quality hay.
PLANT CITY 705 N E $25 per rol, minimum 10
ST, Fri & Sat 9/17 & 18 rs. 813-752-9212
7:30 til ?, Tools house- 550-599
hold Items, Children
Toys, Clothes & Shoes, Recreation
175 sq ftTravertine tile.

MOVING "1560 Motor Homes

22' 1985 Honey Motor
Home, Class A, 34K mi.,
Plant City, 8601 Paul self contained, $7500.
Buchman HwySat& Sun Call for more informa-
9/18 & 19.8am-3pm wa- Ca for more informa-813-926-0203
termed mattress, pool tion8139260203
table, bed, dresser, PARKYOURCARINCLAS-
games, books, clothes, SIFIED and see ittake off
kitchen & much more. in the fast lane!


500-549 1
Farmer's Market

1510 Farm Equip. I
Quality new and used
tractors, See on-line
inventory www.
caldwelltractor.com
352-620-9898 1
I Horses &
1525 Livestock

Horse boarding, riding
lessons. Well ventilated
stalls, cross ties, wash
racks w/hot & cold wtr,
A/C tack rm w/restrm,
fridge, washer/dryer,
bit in tack trunks,saddle
racks, etc. 60' shaded
roundpen, lrg grassy
paddocks & turnout pas-
tures w/shady stream &
pond. 12ac of fields
w/nearby trails. Cert'd
& patient instructors for
beginners to advanced.
Tyninghame Farm, Old
Pasco Rd., 30 min from
Tpa. 813-991-1838
Trankhener/Thorough-
bred, 6 year bay mare, 3
white socks & stripe,
16Hh, 1st level dres-
sage 10 mover.$11,500
obo. 727-641-6677.
HERD of Black Angus and
black/white face cows
calving now. Also black
Angus bull. Call:
850-878-2571 *510-4854
COWS CROSS-BRED (15),
bred & gentle, lost leaf.
$550 each. Please call
(352) 745-1645
BEEF CALVES FOR SALE
w..A n.C-, i r %IVaL..


560 Motor Homes
560 .RV's

23' 2003 ET CRUISER by2
Gulf Stream, refrigera-
tor, generator, A/C, Ford
E4S0 chassis, $49,000
obo. Call (863) 385-3924
23' Midas 1978 Class C,
New Ref. New Tires &
Brakes, Generator, Every-
thing Works, Cold AC,
$5,500 obo 813-263-3600
27' COACHMAN Class C
1986 works & runs great,
AC, generator, frig,
micro stove. Sleeps 6.
$7500 obo. 813-968-1040
28' 1997 Allegro 35K Mi
Oak Firs OnanGenMini
Cond. (X2) TVs, Base-
ment, No Smoke/Pets
$29,560 *813-839-1692
30' Excutive 1972 Top of
the line, self contained,
1500 amp pgen, sleeps 6,
Dodge 440, EZ on gas.
$250D obo 813-545-5416
32' 1994 Pursuit Class A
34K mi, basement mod-
el, an. bed, 2 A/C's, elec.
iacks exc condition
$24,500.813-677-6270
35' 1996 Damon Intruder.
445 Ford V-8, only 19K
mi, exc cond below MV
$32,000 obo
813-996-9997
35' WINNEBAGO
Adventurer 2000, Ford
chaise, dual slides, all
extras $62,000,
813-719-3769
36' HOLIDAY RAMBLER
1994 5th Wheel, 2 slide
outs, 2 AC units, W&D
combo, many extras.
$18,500.813-649-0473
38' 1998 Newmar
Mountainaire, 460 Ford
w/ Banks system, super
slide, loaded w/options
upgraded interior, EXC
COND! asking $59,000.
813-962-2526
40' 2000 ALPHA GOLD 5th
wheel, 3 slide outs tri-
ple axle, refrig, frzr,
W/D, stove, qn bed. Lthr
furn.$40K 865-882-2786
40' 2000 Mountain Air 350
Cummins Diesel Top of
the line, Fully loaded,
Exc cond, 17K $135,000.
TN. (931) 326-6080
888-Batet RV Nearly 600
Airstream. Jayco *
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tampa.
15611 RV's Wanted I
WANTED IMMEDIATELY
For Housing in Port
Charlotte Travel Trail-
ers, RVs. Paul Clark Ent
352-796-8305. BEST
PRICES PAID!
i Campers &
562 Travel TrIrs

23' 2003 Fleetwood Pio-
neer with stove, micro-
wave, stereo & more.
New only used 4 months
$9500.
813-707-8828
25 Airstream Trailer 1986
loaded w/options, re-
cent upgrades & re-
placements clean.
$14,900 239-821-8211
25' COLEMAN 2000 Pop-
up Utah AC hot water,
refrigerator, screen rm,
great cond. Sleeps 9.
$7200 813-672-8214


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26' 2004 5TH WHEEL -
used 5 mos 26' Fron-
tier/KZ w/slideout, 2
bunks beds, alum frame,
fiber glass. Can deliver.
$15K list new for $23K
NO DEALERS Please
(512) 925-2930
28' 1972 Airstream
International Sovereign
TT, sips 4, A/C, curtains,
new carpet. As is, by
appt. 954-217-9991
29'2000 Jayco,rear kitch-
en, front bedroom, all
fiberglass, superslide,
very clean. $12,000 obo.
Can be seen in St.Pete.
615-579-1038
'31 TRAILBAY 2003,13'su-
per slide, rear Qn, duct
AC & heat, awning, exc
cond. Orig $26,500, ask-
ing $18,900 obo. Scrd rm
& reese hitch avail.
1-727-841-9349
32' 1999 Premier Travel
Trailer, $8500. Call for
more information
813-926-0203

32-35' 1986 Jaco roof air,
rear bedroom, fully bath
w/ shower & tub front
kitchen, sleeps 6, $4,000.
813-968-5822:935-8522
32' SANDPIPER '95 Self-
contained, sips 6, Qu bd,
slide out, micro, frig,
stove all working condo.
$8999 obo, 813-731-4412
33 FT DUTCHMAN CLAS-
SIC '02 Still looks and
smells NEW. Living and
Dining slide, 1.5 bath,
awning, c/ac,Fnt queen
bed, back bunk beds.
Load share hitch. Will
deliver within 500 miles.
All perfect cond. $15,500
(863)293-0066
39' Franklin, '04,2 slides,
all options, bumper pull.
Mint condition., eliverd
to Florida. $22,000.
817-937-3064
45' 2br sleeps 8 or more,
W/D2 AC,2 heaters,ful-
ly self cont 4 slide outs,
F/P $41500 obo
952-292-8162
BELOW NADA RV SALE!
Nations # 1-Selling RV
Brands. Below- NADA-
Book Value! GIANT REC-
REATION WORLD-Mel-
bourne- 1-800-700-1021;
Winter Garden
-1-800-654-8475 Or-
mond Beach-1 -800-893-
2552. www.grwrv.com.
I Recreational I
564 I Rental
NEW COLEMAN POPUP
Campers available for
rent. A/C, sink, stove,
frig. For reservations
call Lynn 813-546-1827
1565 1 RV Storage
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Morris Bridge Road,4mi
N. of Cross Creek Blvd.
RVs, boats autos, etc.
$35+ /mo.813-866-5533
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15651 RV Storage I

Fowler & 1-75
RV's/Boats, etc. Security,
$50/mo
813-986-3094
C'wood RV/Boat storage.
Sec pkg w/24 hr access,
bright night lighting &
wash area. From $35
813-968-4991; 505-2803
5 Swimming
580 Pools & Spas

A-I SPAS
Hot Summer Deals!
2-3-5-8 PERSON SPAS
,- SAVE$$$$ U
4Person Spa $1,995
5 Person Spa $2,495
Used spas from $899
DIx SpaCovers $249
Ozonators $149
PARTS-SERVICE
9017 ADAMO DRIVE
SW Corner Hwy 301 & 60
U 813-623-99973

HOT TUB $1185
Therapy Jets Energy effi-
cient, 110V, Warranty,
New in Crate. Free Deliv-
eryl 813-657-8449
HOT TUB, sacrifice, never
used, 7' therapy tub 20
lets, Shp. Paid $3295.
Sell $1350.813-363-1475

HOT TUB/SPA 5 Person
lounger, 5hp. Loaded
with shoulder, hip, back
&neck jets. Out of water
neck blasters. Digital
Cabinet, lights. Never
used. Warranty. Retail
$4300, Sacrifice $1595.
407-256-59 19;
786-299-0253;
888-222-3809

I MOVE SPAS
Sell/buy spas
Elec. spa nkup, lic.
(813)625-16524/7
The Key To SAVINGS Start
Here in Classified!
POOL HEATERS FACTO-
RY DIRECT: Solar, Heat
Pump or Gas. Complete
do-it-yourself pool heat-
er kits. Phone quotes, in-
stallation available in
most areas.
1-800-333-9276, ext 501
www.solardirect.com
Lic #CWC029795, In-
sured. Dealer inquiries
welcome.
SPA, 5-person w/lounger,
therapy ets, light, never
used, ful warranty.
V( $1,675
S(813) 766-1571W
SPA! HOTTUB!4-5 Person
w/lounger *SHP* Shoul-
der, Back & Hip jets *Ce-
dar Cabinet* Underwa-
ter light* Warranty. Re-
tails $4295. Sacrifice
$1650. 1-888-545-9592
727-480-0514
SPA/HOT TUB 4-5 person
deluxe mdl, therapeutic
jets, underwater lights,
custom cabinet, full warr.
$1,650.813-505-6291
SPA/HOT TUB
61erson portable w/ his
her lounger.S5hpell
warranty. $160
727-858-5185
SPA/HOTTUB
6 person, 6.5HP 44 jets,
under water w ght, ahove
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
$1,750.863-529-3649
Want Ads
SPA. HOT TUB. SPA. .
Never used seats 5
warranty, red wood cab-
inet, 24 lets. Sacrifice
$1495.941-544-0281
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
$5999888-397-3529.
1 Saunas &
581 Tanning
Equip
TANNING BEDS.Wolll
Sys5ier beds. like rew. 2
l'Er $, 200 obo. Contact
Keily 727-581-6.107
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583l Vehicles

18'KAYAK
Necky Amaruk Tandem
Over$1700 New
$999 Takes It
813-986-0997
Yahama 1996 WaveRun-
ner 1100 Series, 3 seater,
trailer, 50hrs on engine,
just tunned-up & ready
to o, arage kept,
$2,500.'813-68 -4497
Jet Ski, 1997, Seadoo
Bombardier, Model GSX,
115hp, Low Hours, Exc.
Condition. $3400. Call
813-949-8753.
SEADOO 1996 Good Con-
dition, Fresh Water use
only, Trailer Included,
iti $2,100-
U 813-930-0424W


15841 Boats I
12 Foot John Boat, inc. 2
swivel seats, 9.9 John-
son motor, 35 thrust
trowling motor & trlr.
$2000obo. 813-677-8341
17' BOSTON WHALER
w/trailer, '94 Evinrude,
88hp, new head ust rebit
cent. cons. $5000 obo.
813-732-8353 988-3278
17' SeaRay, 1996 Fish &
Ski 125HP Mercury
trolling motor, boat
cover, mini top, ski
pole, fish seats, alum trir,
$8900 Bell Lake Marine,
813-929-9253
181/2 FT 1996 Baja Bow
Rider, 135 hp Merc
Cruiser. Just had com-
plete service. $6,500
OBO. Call 813-671-0585
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. Best offer
by 9/25.727-639-7651
18.5' KENNER 2001 90HP
Mercury, electric troll-
ing motor, 2 battery sys-
tem center console,
$11,700.813-310-0112
19' CENTURY 2002,115HP
4 Stroke Yamaha, low
hrs, Bimini w/trailer.
Very good cond.
$17.900 813-477-2847
19' SEA PRO 1999 190
Walk around 150 John-
son, fish. depth gps.
aluminum trailer, new
battery. $11,500 (813)
629-1921
20' 2000 Seahunt, 150
Johnson, new trailer,
Furuno D-GPS, family on
way sacrifice $15,900
Obo. 813-689-4420
21' 1985 Fourwinds
Liberator w/trailer,
inboard motor, cover,
cuddy cab, $400d
813-8co5-031
21' 2000 SEAFOX 3.0L
mercy I/O Bimini cabin
p. potti, live well, dual
bats,f.finder, CB, tan-
dem trailer/brakes.
Fish ski or cruise.
$15,700. Pics at
www.x-ec.com/seaiot
or call 813-254-3379
21' 3" 1985 CRIS CRAFT
CC, 1 owner, garaged.
$14K spent in '99 on
150hp mercy, Boat DR
Tra, som5 fuel tank,
trailer w/elec winch,
live wells, electronics,
leaning post, new
bimini, looks great.
$9500 813-787-7591
21' HYDRASPORT 1997
150 Evinrude 67LB TM
CC, Livewell, J.P, SS
Prop, Drive On.
$14500obo 813-866-0621
21' New Pontoon, 25 hp,
Mercury, $7995. Other
sizes and motors avail.
www.pontoonsplus.com
1-888-914-8989
22FT 2000 Sting Ray. 350
Fl, Mere Cruiser. V8 10.
Too much to ist.
$17,500 obo
813-404-7200
23' 1997 Wellcraft Excel
SE, I/O, Cuddy cabin,
head camper bimini,
200HP Must sell $15k
727-789-4996; 418-1275
24' 2003 Bayliner, like
new, 50 hrs, loaded
-full canvas, GPS, A/C,
shore pwr, warr. o 09,
$37,900813-661-7337
25' 2000 Aquasport 250
Explorer, w/tourn. mas-
ter pkg. 250HP Johnson
eng. Many extras.
$29,500 727-808-5232
25ft Wellcraft Sport 'ish-
erman. Cuddy cabin,
1991 model with 2006
twin EFI Mercury en
gines. Great shape.
eady to fish. $27,500.
Call 352-347-4470
38' SEARAY, 1997 Sun
Sport 380, gen air, low
hrs. racked, always
serviced, exc. cond.
$115K 814-450-2692

46.51999 Searay
450, Expridge
.Asking $325,000 obo.
813-247-2299
YAMAHA 2000 XL800 JET
SKI Rebuilt engine, in-
cludes Continental trail-
er, all accessories.
$3495, 813-884-8100,
B13-786-5100.
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585 Storage

South Hillsnorougn Coun-
ty on Alafia River. cov-
ered and uncovered
wet slips. Call Bill
813-671-2248
Carrollwood Outside
Storage! All boats/RVs
welcome. Secure facility/
24 hr acc. Reasonable
rates. 813-505-2803
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+ /mo. Secured loc'n
813-684-9171
South Bay RV & Boat
Storage Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000
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Repairs
MOVE Your Ship Before
Ivan does! Cramer
Yacht Services Insured,
Licenced, Bonded,
414-507-7661
T-TOPS ANODIZED
ALUM with new Canvas.
Customized to fit any
Boat $800. 941-266-0903
www.aqua-shade.com
1996 200hp Johnson
TXED. Fuel injection w/
oil tank controls, ss
prop, exc cond. $2200
813-671-0401
590 Boat
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CONSIGNMENTS NEEDED
Fishing & Pontoon boats
Customers waiting to
buy. Advantage Marine
Dade City 352-523-9646
600-649
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16001 Aviation
1965 AZTEC C-model
IFR cert. '/ share han-
gar-based TPF. Fresh
annual, new paint.
813-245-1161
I61 1Automotive
I Services
EXPRESS LONG DIS-
TANCE MOVING to New
York, New England, & all
states in between. Cus-
tomer rated A+ Air ride
trucks. Free estimates &
friendly service. Reloca-
tion Specialists. (Lic
#MC299938)
1-800-941-3767.
Bay Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warrarny
Auto/ Boat/ RV
727-934-1731
Bay Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warrarny
Auto/ Boat/ RV
727-934-1731
S 1Auto I
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
3-D Service Inc. ,
Crank kits from $99; ex-
change heads from
$250.NWholesale enqne
parts & machine slioo.
253-3336/800-538-8451
Engines & Transmissions
Used & Rebuilt-90 days
up to 3 yrs warr. Install
avail. M-F 9-5. Merm BBB
813-907-5519
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z, guaranteed
work. Installation
available & everything
elese. Call Rob for
prices: 813-610-1535
o, Utility
7'" I Trailers

16' dual axle, perfect,
lawn maint., ATV, Car,
Trailer. Sides & Ramps,
15" Tires. $975 OBO.
Trade for? 813-380-7094
1988 ASPT enclosed,
16x7.5x6.5, single axle
$5501988 SMP enclosed
16x7x6.5 dual axle $500.
No leaks. 727-542-8480
NEW-Hvy dty-trailers.
2000 & 35001b axles, new
15" tires, PT floors 4'
ramp gate. 4x8 $570, x8
$650x. lO $725,5x10 2'
mesL side $825, 6x12 2'
mesh $975.
Othersizes avail 926-7662

29 Duty

Chevy 1989 Box Truck,
$2500 obo.
The Maytag Store.
813-662-9824

CHEVY 1989 Suburban,
Pood cond. auto, 4WD,
ual AC, 3rd seat trailer
hitch $3000
813-855-7034
CHEVY 1995 S-10
BLACK, 4 cylinder, 5
speed $2500 OBO
813-299-7403
CHEVY 1998 S-10 Ext. Cab
runs & drives great, cold
AC, auto $6200 obo.
813-317-4907

CHEVY 2003 SILVERADO
8200 mi White, Pickup
l/b Auto., 2 WD 8
Cyl.tinted, toolbox
14,500, obo Must Sell
(813) 886-4134
Dodge 1997 Ram 1500
Sport, ext cab, 5.9L, new
engine loaded metallic
green. $8,500 boobo
813-884-2182
DODGE 2001 Dakota, V8,
4WD all power, tow pkg
single cab, red/Iblack
int. cean truck, 12,500
obo. 904-465-2332
DODGE 2001 Ram Sport,
49,800 mi, quad cab
5.9 V8, bedlmer leather,
auto, PW, PD/L, cruise,
am/fm CD, tow package
garage kept, $15,895
813-662-5940: 335-4478
DODGE 2002 Dakota SXT
club cab ps AC AM/FM
cass. bedoiner, alloy
whis. exc. cond. $11,800.
813-917-6649
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629 Duty

Dodge 2002 Ram 1500
Quad Cab. 4WD, SLT
plus all options, all
black, 20" rims exc
cond. $25K 813-299-8270
DODGE 2003 Ram 1500,
regular cab, 5 spd, blue,
6,500 miles, AC $10,900
813-245-7906 or'
245-8770
FORD 1989 F250 Super
Cab, XLT Lariat, 460cc,
87k mi, new tires,
brakes, A/C $450d
813-833-9141
FORD 1990 F150 XLT Lari-
at, 8 cyl, 8' bed, ext. cab,
aci quipped, ood con-
dition, 55k 000 obo.
813-839-2207.
FORD 2002 XLT V8 Super
Cab, black, 2 tone,
referred pkg-loaded,
bed cover. 3,000 miles,
$18.500 obo. 813-629-2272
GMC 1998 SONOMA, 4
cyl, 5 spd, 42k mi, front
damage parts $850 obo
813-236-2355
JEEP 1986
COMMANCHEE 4WD
V6, 5-spd. Runs but
needs work. Best offer.
813-223-4045
MAZDA 1988 P-UP Ext
Cab, 5 speed, PB, PS
A/C, 1 owner, good
condition, 995.63
813-225-2663
TOYOTA 1996 Tacoma, 4
cyl 4x4, extra cab, 92,000
miles, $8,900 obo.
813-35 -9712,
813-781-3770.

630 Heavy Duty

Ford 1999 F250
SD AC,V8, lon bed, sac-
rice $7,499 best offer,
813-685-7488
630B -Wheel I
60 Drive

JEEP 2002 Wrangler
Sahara, 4x4, 29K mi.
mint cond. 5 spd. green,
tow kg alloi whis,
19,9 o9 oO. 77-421-6757
TOYOTA 1996 Tacoma,
118k mi, reg cab, 5sp, AC
looks great, runs reat
Was $5900 now$5100. N
Tampa. 813-996-4074
6311 Vans I
Chevy 2001 Conversion
Van, 34K mi loaded 350
V-8 engine, tv/vcr, mias-
sage seats. $20,400 obo
813-831-9724
Chrysler 2000 Town &
Country Limited, White,
Ithr, quad seats, CD/
infinity, all pwr. 94,800 mi.
$11,800.813-453-8740
Dodge 1992 B-350, 1 ton,
extended, 15 pass. or
cargo, 92K mi, X-clean,
A/(,V8,$5300.
813/933-d58
DODGE 2003 Cargo Van,
new white,, extra clean
20k mi. Asking $13,900
obo. 813-810-3278

FORD 1989 ECONOLINE 2
gas tanks, 2 capt chairs,
good cond insulated,
great work truck/camp-
er $2800 813-626-4856
FORD 1992 High Top DMC,
Top of the line conver-
sion van, 136K miles,
large V8 $1,400 obo.
813-932-4964

FORD 2000 Windstar Car-
go van, White, loaded,
alarm, 55K mi, $5 995.
813-962-1265 or
393-6653
TOYOTA 1999 XLE Sienna,
white, loaded, all op-
tions, well maintained,
160K miles $7,900 obo.
813-493-3209
WINSTAR 2000 LX 4Door,
Dual AC, Rack, 7 Passen-
ger, New Tires, New
Trans. W/Warranty,
103 000 mi $5,900 OBO
(8113)495-7307

632 SportUtility

Chevy 1995 Blazer S10,
4WD on fly, V6, original
owner, new tires &
brakes, rt shape $3800.
813-961-5590 even.
CHEVY 1999 Suburban
1500,4WD pkg, gold, low
ml 66K, CD quad seat-
in, to' $14500
Oldsmar602-790-0867
CHEVY 2004 SUBURBAN
2500 6.0, 3/ 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, owner
$11,900. 813.833-2731
DODGE 2000 DURANGO
49,800 mi Burgundy
Sports Utility, Auto., 4
WD, 8 Cyl. $17,500, Must
See Flawless, New Tires
and Brakes (813)
571-2443
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
Just Pick Up the Phone
and You're Halfway
Home! Place your ad in
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SI port Utility
6321 Vehicles

DODGE 2003 DURANGO,
dk bl, fully loaded, Mint
cond., Kelley blue book
value $20,000. asking
$17,500.813-781-0324
FORD 1989 BRONCO
EDDIE BAUER 4WD, au-
tomatic, power win-
dows, A/C, $4500,
813-963-1030
FORD 1993 Explorer, Ithr
seats, AC, CD player, exc
cond, hwy miesu oil
change reg, clean. Must
see. $3500813-833-4647
Ford 1997 Explorer XLT,
fully loaded leather
seats, sunroof dual air,
running boards, $5450
obo. Call 813-873-1227
FORD 1998 EXPEDITION
135,000 mi, Green,
Sports Utility, Auto, 4
WD, 8 Cyl.S/,00,Must
See. Excellent Condi-
tion. Contact me at
Kdoylel8@aol.com
(813)230-3668
Ford 2000 Explorer XLT,
fully loaded, 4 dr, 4WD,
CD, 1 yr. parts/labor
warrty remains $13,500
obo 813-766-5230
Ford 2001 Expedition XLT,
Triton eng., Ithr, prem.
sound pkg, trier pkg 29K
mi., Priced to sell at
$16,900.813-335-0430
FORD 2004 EXPLORER XLT
only 5K mi
4x4,4dr, loaded, 1 owner
$21,900 813-833-2733
GMC 1996 Jimmy, 4 dr, 4
WD, green, good cond,
PW, PS, PL, pwr brakes,
needs minor repairs,
$4500.727-639-7202.
GMC 1996 Suburban Mod-
el 1500 SLT, like new
in/out 72K miles, 4WD
plus all options $10,906
813-960-1898
HONDA 2001 Passport
Black & tan 4dr, loaded,
1 owner, 60k orig mi,
$13 975. Kevin 863-409-
1948/eves 863-686-1948
HONDA 2001 Santa Fe
GLS, 71K hwy mi. auto
V6, all power, blue, good
cond. $9500.
813-677-3871
INFINIT11998 QX4,79k mi,
loaded 6 disc CD,
sunroof, black w/gray
Ithr, exc cond! $14;50
obo. 813-962-1351
ISUZU 2001 RODEO 4 dr
silver, 50K mi, AC, auto,
new tires, CD player,
PW/PL. $9250 obo
813-598-3187
ISUZU 2001 Rodeo, V6, au-
to, LS, full power, 35K
mi., 120K mi. warr. Call
for details. $13.000 obo
352 5?3 1795
JEEP 1998 GRAND CHERO-
KEE LTD 4wd, moon rf,
75K, gray, loaded, CD
chgr. $7995. 813-393-
6651 or 813-991-5881
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 Grand Chero-
kee, Ltd Ed., 4x4, sunrf
Ithr intr, pwr seats, CD, 6
cyl 43 mi., exc. cond.
$16,950.813-625-8388
JEEP 2002 LIBERTY
SPORT silver, 6-CD play-
er, tinted windows, 28K
miles, $15500orbestof-
fer.0 813-508-03380
JEEP 2004 LIBERTY Ltd ed.
Full-time doctoral stu-
dent, must sell. White
w/ white Ithr, only 5500
mi., all options. Pur-
chased in Feb. Priced
below blue bk: $21,500.
Make offer 813-391-4229
KIA 2000 Sport, 76,500
miles, auto, power
$5,80. Call
727-409-9378.
LAND ROVER 2003 DIS-
COVERY 32,000 mi,
White, Sports Utility,
Auto., 4 WD 8 Cyl.
$27,000 (813)213-6082
LEXUS 2001 RX300 1 own-
er, non smkr, 26K mi. All
opts, leather & moon rf,
fact. warty 6yr/ 70k.
$24,500941-350-7544
LINCOLN 2001 Navigator,
1 owner, salesman driv-
en no passengers no
children. Immaculate,
Navigational System,
Phone, Loaded, Fully
Serviced, 131,606 Miles,
$13,800 or best cash of-
fer, 727-244-3817
MERCEDES-BENZ 2002
ML320 Only 29,350 omi,
Silver, Charcoal leath.
int. Auto, AWD, 6 Cyl,
Bose, third row seats,
sunroof, assume lease
of $549.72 mo., lease
term. 10/29/05, mileage
over 48,000 charged
si.20 per mi. (727)
622-27S3
MERCURY 1998 Moun-
taineer V6, Ithr, remote
AC, 83K mi, MACH
sound, drives great.
$7900 obo 813-888-6505
NISSAN 1994 Pathfinder
auto, white, ac, power
tow package, can email
photo. 188K mi.
$2800.obo 813-961-5531
Nissan 2000 Pathfinder
SE 4x4, 48K miles,
clean, Bose CD
$15,999.
Call 813-689-4420
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1633 Scooters &
Mopeds
ELECTRICAL SCOOTER
with Bicycle peddles.
Brand new, never been
used. Asking $595.
Call 813-653-9214
POCKET BIKES 47CC,
$400 and Up.
Contact Jay
(813)234-9276
or(813)728-9356
|635 | Motorcycles |
Harley Davidson 1998 Dy-
na Lo Rider, exc cond,
9300 mi, custom whis,
chrome, xtra seat bags
$11,000 813-495-3642
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2002
SoftTail Fat Boy 32K mi.,
extended wrrfy many
upgrades. Asking
$16,000.813-967-2300
Harley Davidson 2002
Fatboy, Fl, 1800 mi.,
$3,000 in extras, garage
kept ext. warr., alarm.
$16,500.813-264-4174 or
727-423-0292
HARLEY 2002 VROD, 2800
mi, perfect cond.
$14,000 obo.
813-478-8907

HONDA 2003 VTX1800 Re-
tro Lots of extras incld.
Trlirtohaul it!
2,500 Miles, $11,000
813-909-8598 714-3877
HUSQAVARNA 2003 50cc
MoTorcross Bike, riden
little $900. Complete MX
suit incl. helmet& boots
$200.727-455-0493
SUZUKI 2000 BANDIT
1200,11K mi, hard bags
corbin seat, s.s. pipes, 1
owner, garaged, mint.
$4,500.813-690-5714
TRIUMPH 1997 Adventur-
er 900, low mileage, like
new, lots of extras,
$4200 obo. 813-571-1748

VICTORY 2001 $9000.
YAMAHA 1978 SR500,
2200. 813-767-1065 or
813-996-4677

WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top 1$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
YAMAHA 2002 Road Star
1600 Cobra pipes Extra
Chrome, 4700 Mi, Ga-
rage Kept, Adult Owned,
$8,500 obo 813-263-3600
16361 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
16371ATVs I
ATV 500 Arctic Cat 4X4 &
350 Wolverine Yamaha
4X4 lowhrs excellent
condition $3600 & $3500
(813) 960-4958
POLARIS 2004 330, 2x4,
Less than 60 hrs, racks,
extras. $4000 firm.
813-986-6335,
813-355-1232
YAMAHA 2001 KODIAK
400 4x4 Camo edition,
low hours.
$3600 OBO
727-698-4822

6401Wanted

CHEVY AVALANCHE
2002-04 for parts w/ or
w/o salvage title. Any
condition. 863-243-9590

WE BUY CARS, trucks,
tow trucks, boats, RVs.
CASH TODAY! Any cond!
Free removal. Top$$
Call 813-963-5508 ASAP
CASH PAID
For Cars Running or Not!
We'll come ick it up!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535
CASH FOR CARS, TRUCKS
AND VAN& RUNNINGOR
NOT, FREE TOWING,
QUICK REMOVAL
813-363-1874
Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
CADILLAC 1972 El Dorado
Convertible, 54K mi.,
Runs well, must sell. Re-
duced to $4000 obo.
863-698-3720
CHEVY 1964 Impala SS,
327 ci 300 hp, 4 speed
transmission, power
brakes & steering,
$10,000.813-933-0944.
CORVETTE 1987 C-4 high
miles, real looker driv-
en daily, black on black,
$7900 obo/will trade for
boat. 813-545-8778
FORD 1969 MUSTANG
COUPE 351, auto, all
original equip. Int.
great, Eng trans good
ready to restore. $4500
obo. 813-496-8692
PLYMOUTH 1968 Fury III,
Runs great, body great,
318 eng. 4000 obo.
813-837-3772

VW 1972 Bug
runs good, needs ody
work. Many extra parts.
$1350 obo. 813-643-8505
We have great plans to
help you sell your home.
Call & ask about our Buy-
er's Choice photo page!


IA I Station
648 Wagons
SUBURU 1996 Legacy
wagon, loaded, 92k mi.
Exc. condo, well main-
tained. $4000 obo
(863) 644-3876
1 649 Automobiles
4 For Sale
Acura 1992 Legend LS, 4
door sedan, 75K mi,
power everything, exc
cond. $6500
813-985-8582* 892-3323
Acura 1995 Integra
Hatchback, wht, auto,
PS, PB, CD, A/C, 103K
mi. well maintained,
$3,100.813-618-0047
Acura 1997 RL silver,
loaded, low 59K mi., ex-
cellent, Ithr, power ev-
erything, 6 CD $14,900
Oldsmar 602-790-0807
AUDI 2000 A4 1.8T 49,500
mi, Blackw Gray int., Se-
dan 2 WD 4 Cyl.
$14,200, Must Sell, Pre-
mium Wheels (813)
340-5704
BMW 1988 528E,
Gold/Tan leather, new
brakes & tires, AC
muffler, all pwr $1900.
813-781-2995
BMW 1996 Z3, 67K miles,
in great shape, Silver, 5
speed, $11,900. Call
813-228-7297 or
219-916-1499
BMW 1999 323i
Convertible, 49.8K
miles, loaded, silver,
gray leather interior.
$f7,900 Obo. 727-459-5782
BMW 2001 530 Bluei. Se-
dan, 5 Speed, 2 WD, 6
Cyl. Must See Dark Ori-
ent Blue, Sport & Premi-
um, Excellent condition
lovingly maintained!
(407)758-0305
CADILLAC 1983 Coupe
DeVille. 66000 miles.
Good Condition. Asking
$3,000.813-754-9594
CADILLAC 1990
ELDORADO, looks & runs
great! Verifiable
w/mech. Gar kept.
$4200 obo. 813-672-1076

Cadillac 1997 SLS
Sedan red, 61,300 miles,
$8 100. Owner af
813-689-6766 Seffner
Cadillac 1997 SLS
Sedan red, 61300 miles
$8,100. Owner at
813-689-6766 Seffner
CADILLAC 1999 Catera
Sedan, 4dr, 25Kmi, load-
ed, Ithr, auto. Exc con.
Slvr. Integrated phone.
$11,500.813-935-7077
CADILLAC 1999 SLS Se-
ville. PrI Wht, Loaded,
On Star, Balance Facto-
ry Certified Warranty,
$10,950 727-742-6555.
CHEVY 1998 LUMINA ,
A/C, Auto., V-6, 4-dr,
Power locks & windows.
$2700 Good cond. 813
404-5773
CHRYSLER 1993 NEW
YORKER Like new
white, loaded 50K
miles. $4400
800-434-3256
CHRYSLER 1994 Concord,
high miles runs good.
$f200
813-654-6809

CHRYSLER 1994 New
Yorker, silver & black,
115K mi. new tires runs
great bluebk va $2500,
Rst $2100,813-792-8478
CHRYSLER 1995 CON-
CORD Good cond. Full
wr, looks/runs good.
2560 OBO. 813-655-
201/571-0191
CHRYSLER 2002 PT
Cruiser Touring, 5 spd,
full pwr, CD, chrome
wheels, exc cond, must
sell $9,500.813-246-1148
Corvette 1985, Viper Blue
w/white stripes,
Greenwood spoiler 16"
mags 160K mi, rebuilt
trans. new ac & MP3.
Neon It kit, runs good.
$6950 13-64.-443
Corvette 1994,2 tops, 77K
mi, new tires, ZR1 whls,
red, Ithr, garage kept,
lady drive $14,500o oD
813-888-6505
CORVETTE 2004, 6 spd,
yellow w/ red int load-
ed, 10k mi, $37,995
863-640-2802
DODGE 2001 STRATUS SE
4 door, loaded, 4cyl, 48k
mi, beautiful mintcond.
$7495.813-933-5658

DODGE 2003 STRATUS
SXT, 20K mi., 5 speed,
A/C, CD, sunroof, alloy,
factory warranty.
$9500 obo. 813-404-7200
Ford 1985 Mustang, pwr
locks & wndws, t-tops, 5
spd, carb, good int.
Prime rims, runs great
$1200 obo 813-363-1257
Ford 1990 Taurus LX,
black w/dark tinted
windows, runs & looks
good, A/C needs work,
63K mi. $900.961-0753
FORD 1991 TEMPO GL,
35K original miles,
automatic, runs & looks
ood, $1600 obo.
813-672-3392
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Automobiles
649 For Sale

FORD 1997 MUSTANG, V6,
53K mi, like new. Mach
sound sys. $6000 obo.
Days 813-207-0906,
eves: 265-1911
Ford 2003 Taurus Ses
DOHC, low miles,
leather, sunroof, soiler,
CD auto, alum. wheels
$11,900.813-866-3611
Honda 1991 Accord,
Sport sn rf, wht, runs
good, new timing belt&
bat dep'able 150k mi
only $1200 813-362-5405
Honda 1992 Accord EX, 5
speed, sunroof power
windows & locks, runs
great $1650 obo
412-916-6653
HONDA 1994 ACCORD, 5
spd, 2 dr, AC, exc condi-
tion, well maintained
plenty power. Must sell
$3100.813-969-3351
HONDA 1996 Accord EX,
160K mi., needs brake
work $3995 Call
813-786-5895

HONDA 1999 Accord EX,
4DrV6 New Tires, Load-
ed, 38K Mi Leather, Sun-
roof, CD, like new
$12,500 obo 813-671-7589
HONDA 2001 LX 4 CYL.
White, 4DR, 5500 orig.
mi., showroom perfect!!
$14,300.813-948-2464
or 220-8224.
HONDA 2002 Accord EX-
VL, V6 auto, 26k, gold,
CD, alloys' 1 owner,
Either, sunrf, must sell!
$19,900.813-967-2822.
HONDA 2004 Accord 4dr,
EX-V6 NV 17.5K mi, sil-
ver, bik Ithr int, all op-
tion inci voice ac, GPS &
XM Sat/CD, 30 mpg hwy.
RV baseplate & bar. 7yr
100Kwarr. $24,500
863-326-5549
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.corn #75556.
813-926-4699
JAGUAR 1983 XJ6 6 cyl,
101k mi, restored, $14k
invested. Must sell.
$8800 obo.
813-831-7594 *361-4218
JAGUAR 2004 XType, 3.0,
12k mi, black, automat-
ic, sunroof, exc cond.
50k miwarr, owner mov-
ing, must sell. $26,000.
813-223-5858
Jeep 2003 Liberty Sport,
silver, tint, 1 owner, ex-
tra clean. 18k mi, cd plyr,
5 spd. $13,500obo.
813-389-2030
Lexus 1998 LS400 104K
mi., blk, taupe Ithr, all
power, gold trim, sun-
roof 6 CD plyr exc.
cond. ar. kept $20000.
813-659-1137;690-5633
LEXUS 2000 RX300 White
tan Ithr, only 34k mi, 1
owner non smkr,6- CD,
Mint! 22,900 obo 813-
842-4853/727-525-3540
LEXUS 2003 ES300, sand,
tan int loaded, garaged,
non-smoker, exc. cond,
bal fact warr, 11,800 mi.
$28,400.813-909-4038
Lincoln 1989 Towncar-
Interior in great cond,
grey color. $800
813-994-2428 or
503-4835
LINCOLN 1995 TOWNCAR
Executive Seriesd 58K
mi, senior owned, ga-
rage kept, wht/fan
lea her. Perfect! $6400
obo. 813-654-8589
LINCOLN 1997 MARK VIII
LSC V8, thr, chrm whls,
loaded, all mem., Bose
sound, exc cond, 93K mi,
$8100.813-310-8005
Lincoln 2001 Continental
1 owner, lo mileage, fact
warranty, loaded. Col-
lectable. $15,900
813-389-9940
MERCEDES 1992 300D
runs great, cold AC,
clean interior, exc. con-
dition. 243K mi. $5200.
813-909-1752
MERCEDES 1998 E320, like
new in/out 76K ml, full
transferable warranty,
Burgundy/Tan loaded.
$18,900.813-960-1898
MERCEDES-BENZ 1999
C280, Black, auto, power
everything, sunroof.
Asking $15,999 OBO.
813-404-9527
MERCEDES 1999 SL500,
Champagne, 52K miles,
STARMARK warranty to
100K mi, excellent cond.
$34,900 813-230-0350
MERCEDES 2000 CLK430
Conv., flawless silver,
amg pkg, fully loaded.
46K mi. $35,500 obo.
813-244-8465 Must See!
MERCEDES 2000 ML320,
72k, New tires, brakes.
Recently serviced.
$18,900.813-624-5747
MERCEDES 2004 CLK500
cabriolet. Silver/Ash
Ithr, 2500 mi, command
sys, wood pkg, CD, heat-
ed seats Save $7,500.
Call 904-543-9184
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j649 I Automobiles
69 For Sale
MERCURY 1992 Sable, 4
door Runs Good, De-
pendable1 100K Mi,
$I,200
813-855-5189
MERCURY 1998 Sable
Immaculate, 51K miles,
dealer maintained.
$4,995 813-949-7405
Please call 6:30 9:00 pm
MITSUBISHI 1996
ECLIPSE Loaded, Exc.
Cond., sunroof, $5800
PONTIAC 1995 transport
Van Cold a/c, seats 7
exc. shape. $4500 (352)
523-0203; 813-205-7195
MITSUBISHI 1998 Eclipse
GS 2Dr 5spd, 44K, teal,
Ithr, power window/mir
moonrf, AM/FM/CD
$7700obo 813-263-9434
MITSUBISHI 2003 Eclipse
GS black, 13K mi. 4 cyl,
auto, leather, loaded,
warr, exc gas rmlge.
$13,900.813-625-4828
NISSAN 1986 300ZX
dark grey, manual, good
cond., 75K mi. new
alternator. $2300 obo.
MustSee! 813-493-9200
NISSAN 1991 300ZX Twin
Turbo, Exc cond, 385HP,
eng has low mi, AC, up-
graded stereo, 10,000
OBO. 813-380-7938
NISSAN 1992 Maxima, 80k
mi, very clean eng, good
trans, after market CD
player, cold AC, runs
great, exc commuter
car, reliable. $3600 obo
813-833-4647
NISSAN 1993 ALTIMA,
Fully loaded,4 door,
automatic, AC, runs &
looks excellent, $2200.
813-453-0124
Nissan 1994 Maxima,
3.0 V6, champagne/ext,
tan/int new brks, tires
super clean, runs great!
$3500.727-687-9157
NISSAN 1995 ALTIMA
champagne, mint cond.
leather, sunroof, runs
great, $3900
813-363-3901
Oldsmobile 2001 Alero
GL, sporty red, 59k ml,
family friendly 4dr, exc
cond motivated to sell
$8006 obo 813-294-4134
Oldsmobile 2001 Aurora,
like new, 11K orig. mi.,
full factory warr. to 60K
mi, PS, PB, PW, CD, lthr,
$15,100.813-334-7764
PONTIAC 1995 Firebird,
Green, Upgraded CD
Stereo, 56K Mi Great
Condition $4,500 obo
813-205-0175
PONTIAC 1997 GranD Prix
GT, V-6, alloy wheel fully
loaded 90,000 miles runs
& looks great. $7000.
813-752-8360
PORSCHE 2004 Cayenne
Turbo. Jarama Beige/
Havanna, loaded only
8500 mi, MSRP $96,000,
sell for $77,500. Call
904-543-9184
SATURN 1992 SLI, 4 dr
orig owner, runs good,
needs A/C repair, $1000
obo 813-968-9486
TOYOTA 1987 Corolla,
Low low miles, A/C,
fantastic sound system,
great condition, $1995.
8 3-963-3344
TOYOTA 1990 Camry
170,000 miles 1 owner
asking $1200.
813-754-9594
TOYOTA 1995 TERCEL DX
motor trans & AC good,
body damage.
$6001obo
813-986-0800
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