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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE






SEPTEMBER 23, 2004 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


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'SALUTE TO AGRICULTURE'

'By birth I was a city boy, but by lineage I was a country boy. I saw people
of all walks of life but I still wanted to be a cowboy." DENNIS CARLTON


in the
NEWS


Strawberry growers
are playing catch-up
after the active hurri-
cane season.
PAGE I


(9t TO END

McClellan's Barber
Shop is moving,
bringing to an end
100 years of hair-cut-
ting at the space on
Collins Street.
PAGE 15


BRIGGS


A small world
encounter in the
big city.
PAGE 8


INDEX


CALENDAR
PAGE I


CLASSIFIED
PAGE 22

CROSSWORD
PAGE 21
FAMILY LIVING
PAGE 8

OPINION
PAGE 6


PLANT CITY DIGEST
PAGE 11


SPORTS
PAGE 19

WORSHIP
PAGE 11


TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
Dennis Carlton is comfortable in a suit or in jeans, but he smiles widest on days like this one in the saddle, under a blue sky, in a
green pasture full of cattle.




Cowboy At Heart


That he may be, but Dennis Carlton is at home on the
range, in the boardroom and at the negotiating table.


ByTONYMARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Little Dennis Carlton may likely have
been the only boy who kept a pony in the
yard of his family's home on Tampa's
tony Bayshore Boulevard.
It wasn't long, however, before Dennis
and the pony named Chris escaped to the
vast expanses of the family's ranch in
Hardee County, where he spent week-
ends, holidays and every other chance he


"By birth I was a city boy, but by lineage
I was a country boy," Carlton said. "I saw
people of all walks of life but I still wanted
to be a cowboy."
And now he is one. But Carlton, now 52,
wears many hats besides the cowboy vari-
ety. He runs one of the largest cattle busi-
nesses in the state, and owns and operates
citrus groves as well as a real estate firm.


GOVERNMENT SPOTLIGHT


............................. City Com m mission To Finalize Budget
IHNN[ lUBUNE
He e' a preiw of SEPT. 27 MEETING VOTE EXPECTED One mil is equal to $1 in taxes paid for every
what youll find n $1,000 of real property value as assessed by
The ampa Tribunes EORE H. EW the county. In spite of the unchanging millage
Plant Crty section By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
Saturday- gnewmnan@mediageneral.com rate, the increase in property values around
rta- The city commission will vote up or down Plant City will lead to an expected increase of
SStaff members on Plant City's largest operating budget in revenues of about $400,000.
at Cork Elementary history at its next meeting Sept. 27. Among other highlights of the $82.7 million
School are on the budget:
roadto good health The meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. at City An approved $28.5 million bond and
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and physical fitness.


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The city property tax will remain
unchanged, as it has since 1989, at 4.7 mils.


grant appropriation to finance over six years
upgrades to the i ge-astewater-recta---
if-tion facility and plant.


He also sits on the board of a local bank
and by volunteering hours of his time for
organizations such as the Hillsborough
County Farm Bureau, Carlton has become
an influential voice for Hillsborough
County agriculture.
He has combined it all to establish a
reputation that friends and associates say
is beyond reproach, and this year earned
the Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce's title of Agriculturist of the Year.
"His word is his bond," _-said Lee
Pallardy, a friend and business associate
See COWBOY, Page 14


$23.5 million for general operating fund
$4.36 million for streets/stormwater divi-
sion
$4.34 million for sanitation
$626,000 for an across the board 3 percent
pay raise for city employees, plus $226,000 for
related benefits of Social Security, workers
compensation and pension. Health insurance
coverage costs have also increased, with the
city paying individual contributions of $390
for single coverage, $420 for dependent cov-
erage and $440 for family coverage, with a
total cost to the city at $65,969 per month.
$393,000 for the Strawberry Connection
bus service, which the city will operate. That
includes cost for three mini-buses, payroll
and benefits for drivers, maintenance,
repairs, gasoline and other supplies.


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SEPTEMBER 23, 2004 THE COURIER 3


CALENDAR


Berry Growers A Bit Behind After Wet Summer


THURSDAY
'Diamonds & Denim'
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. The
event is sponsored by the
South Florida Baptist
Hospital Foundation.
Call: 757-8478.

'Fools' auditions
Plant City Entertain-
ment will hold auditions
for its production of Neil
Simon's "Fools' on Sept.
23 at 7 p.m. at Hills-
borough Community Col-
lege, 1206 N. Park Road.
The show calls for seven
men and three women
ranging in ages from 20 to
70. Rehearsals will be
Monday, Tuesdays and
Thursday evenings. Show
dates are Nov. 12, 13, 19
and 20.
Call: Tyler Hollis. 503-
7993.

Artist reception
The Park-Side Cafe. 101
E. J. Arden Mays Blvd. will
host a Meet the Artist
reception for local painter
loyce lordan on Sept. 23
from 6 to 8 p.m.
Light hors d'oeuvres
will served.
Call: 752-1275.

Disaster vulnerability
meeting
Hillsborough County is
holding a series of public
meetings to gather input
on its Local Mitigation
Strategy. The closest to the
Plant City area will be held
Sept. 23 from 6 to 7:30
p.m. at the Riverview Civic
Center, 11020 Park Drive.
The Local Mitigation
Strategy identifies disaster
vulnerability for all of
Hillsborough County.
including Plant City, and
indicates priority projects
See CALENDAR, Page 18



FAMILY CARE
PHARMACY


by
Mark Filosi
Registered Pharmacist


Careful food preparation can reduce
your food poisoning. Thaw meats
in the refrigerator or microwave
and not on the counter. When
preparing food, start with clean
hands. Wash cutting utensils in
between preparing meats and other
foods. Use separate cutting boards
when possible. To insure cooking
meats to safe temperatures, use
a meat thermometer. On picnics,
wrap raw meats separately so juices
don't contaminate other foods.
Avoid leaving foods out too long
that contain dairy ingredients, eggs
or meat because they spoil quickly.

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HURRICANE FRANCES

SATURATED FIELDS
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
With Ivan looming in the
Caribbean, Tommy Brock
rolled the dice.
Brock, of Brock Farms in
Plant City, gambled that the
huge storm would stay west of
the Tampa Bay area. He
started to level out his 70 acres
of strawberry fields days
before meteorologists were
sure of that, even renting extra
equipment to get it done.
By Monday, when it was a
safe bet Ivan was heading
north to the Panhandle, Brock
had already started to put
down plastic along his beds to
prepare them for planting.
"That's farming," Brock
said. "We take a gamble. And
so far it's been a good
gamble."
Brock gained precious days
at the start of the season, days
that count more and more in
an industry when the market
window for Florida berries can
be so unpredictable and
short. Timing is crucial.
Most berry growers in the
area were set back a bit by this
unusually active hurricane
season, especially the heavy
rains that came with Frances,
said Ila Crocker, spokes-
woman for the Florida Straw-
berry Growers Association.
Growers usually start to put
down plastic as early as Labor
Day, but they have needed
more time to fix erosion prob-
lems and wait for the ground
to dry.
So far, the delay doesn't
seem to be long enough to
have serious effects on grow-
ers' bottom line, Crocker said.
"They just have to play
catch up," Crocker said. "As
long as they get that plastic
down around the middle of
October, they'll be ready for
their first harvest around the
middle of November, which is
when our berries get higher


TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
Mark Harrell of Strawberry Station in Knights has been working 12-hour days this week, much of it
behind the wheel of his John Deere, to get his berry fields ready for planting.


profit."
Those growers who are on
higher ground are getting out
in their fields on a regular
basis now, Crocker said.
Others in low-lying areas have
had to wait a little longer to
wait for fields to dry, and still
more are preparing their drier
areas first.
That's what growers for
Driscoll's are doing, said Sue
Harrell, the company's Florida
district manager.
"We're not panicking yet,"
she said.
Last weekend's sunny con-
ditions and lack of rain helped,
growers said. Forecasts for
this week called for a 30 to 40
percent chance of rain through
the weekend.
Mark Harrell, owner of
Strawberry Station on Varn
Road, north of Knights Griffin
Road, was working 12-hour
days earlier this week on his
90-acre spread, using his John
Deere tractor to fix erosion
caused by Frances.
Harrell had taken some pre-


cautionary measures before
the storm, such as building
berms to divert water. "We
fared well considering the
amount of rain we had," he
said.
Many growers give them-
selves a cushion of up to two
weeks between laying plastic
and actually setting plants to
tweak irrigation systems and
make doubly sure they are
working properly, Harrell said.
That cushion washed away
with the heavy rain, so Harrell
will be setting plants as soon
as his plastic is down this
week.
Late last week, workers
could not even get on to a
third of Williamson Farms' 95
acres because of mud and
water, said office manager
Michelle Williamson. Workers
were actually pumping water
from a field on McGee Road.
"I'd don't know when we'll
get around to bedding that
ground," Williamson said. But
they started laying plastic on
drier land as early as two


weeks ago and expect to bed
soon.
Williamson say they may
have to change plans a little by
planting some earlier bloom-
ing varieties on ground they
hadn't originally designated
for those varieties.
Back at Brock Farms,
Tommy Brock is confident his
berry season is off to a good
start and said he would feel
even better if the weather
stays dry. He is more worried
about his fall crop of toma-
toes, which have taken a beat-
ing with the extra wind and
rain.
He noted that in a good
year, he could get four crops
from the plants. Now he's
hoping for two or three, and
the later the crops come, the
more competition he will get
from Mexico, which has taken
over the winter tomato
market.
"I just hope I didn't miss
that window," he said.


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FATHER SAVES CHILDREN
.FROM FLAMES
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
When Lee Dennison awoke just
after midnight Sept. 13, he isn't sure if
he smelled smoke, saw the flickering
light from the fire threatening his
home, or heard the crackling of the
building next door that was engulfed
in flames.
"Whatever woke me helped me save
my children," Dennison said. "I
entered her room and saw the fire
touching the glass outside my 2-year-
old's bedroom window. I could hear
the fire burning through the walls. It
seemed almost incredible to me. I
grabbed her from the crib and hollered
for my son."
Dennison's wife, Tina, was still at
work when the 5-year-old boy joined
hands with his father and fled out the
back entrance of the home.
"My neighbor was pounding on the
side of the house, screaming fire, as we
left the building," Dennison said.
The Fire Rescue team was called and
on the way when Dennison, with his
children safe inside his neighbor's
house across the street, backed his
SUV out of the carport to save it from
the rapidly growing fire. That was all he
had time to save.
Plant City Fire Marshal Chief Delmar
Jackson, said the fire was electrical in
nature. The blaze, which originated in
the commercial properties adjoining
the home severely damaged Denni-
son's 1,600-square-foot rented home.


Fire officials
said an
electrical
fire sparked
the blaze
that
destroyed
two
commercial
properties,
left, and
severely
damaged
the Denni-
son family's
1,600-
square-foot
rented
home, right.


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo


It also destroyed two commercial
properties that front North Wheeler
Street.
Arcadia, a nurse-care leasing com-
pany and All About Cellular, 1104 N.
Wheeler St., are businesses owned and
operated by Dee Dee Moore and Karen
and Ken Disalvo.
"We have been in the process of
moving all of our equipment, furniture


and inventory across the street to a
new location," Ken Disalvo said.
"Water from all this rain was leaking
into the building so we are moving.
Fortunately, we had most of our stuff
out of the building."
Plant City Fire Rescue arrived at the
fire at about 12:13, a department
record shows. The fire was brought
under control in about 30 minutes.
The cause of the fire was investigated


by Plant City Fire Rescue Prevention
personnel and members of the State
Fire Marshal's office. Itwas determined
the fire most likely started in a wall
socket about one foot above the floor
in the former Arcadia business.
No injuries were reported. Damage
was estimated to be $65,000 in- the
business, and about $38,000, including
contents, to the home on Tever Street.


If you would like to submit an item to The Courier, email it to tmarrero@mediageneral.com.


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Byrd Reflects

On Senate

Bid With

'No Regrets'

SUPPORT AT HOME
DOESN'T SPREAD
TO REST OF STATE
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Johnnie Byrd's run for the
U.S. Senate seat in the Repub-
lican primary was something
he went into with eyes wide
open.
The Speaker of
the House in the
Florida State
House of Repre-
sentatives fell far
j short of his goal
in the primary
race, drawing a
Byrd scant 6 percent
of the vote state-
wide. Former presidential
cabinet member Mel Martinez
won the Republican primary
by carrying almost 45 percent
of the vote, outdistancing the
second-place finisher, Bill
See BYRD, Page 16


POLICE BEAT

House fire
A Sept. 18 fire in a house on
Coronet Street did an esti-
mated $8,000 of damage to
the home and its contents.
Plant City Fire Rescue
responded to the fire at 617
Coronet St. at 8:15 a.m. When
they arrived, light smoke was
coming out of the home
owned by Christine Wright
and occupied by Eric Wright.
The) fire started in the
kitchen around 5 a.m. Eric
Wright thought it had been
put out, but it was still active.
Fire officials said the blaze
started due to unattended
cooking.
Firefighters treated Eric
Wright for injuries, and
Wright later drove himself to
the hospital for further treat-
ment.
Officials estimate the
damage at $3,000 to the build-
ing and about $5,000 to the
contents.
There was no insurance on
the structure.

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RESOLUTION NO. 170-2004
A RESOLUTION PROVIDING NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENT OF AN ORDINANCE BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLORIDA, AS REQUIRED BY
SECTION 166.041, FLORIDA STATUTES, AND OTHER APPLICABLE LAW.
WHEREAS, this City Commission has on this date read for first reading the proposed ordinance hereinafter referred to; now therefore
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLORIDA:
Section 1. As required by Section 166.041 and 171.044, Florida Statutes, and other applicable law, the City Commission of the City of Plant City, Florida, does hereby
give notice of the proposed enactment of an ordinance entitled:
ORDINANCE NO. 41-2004
AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING TO THE CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLORIDA, CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY UPON PETITION OF THE OWNERS
THEREOF, AND REDEFINING THE BOUNDARY LINES OF SAID MUNICIPALITY SO AS TO INCLUDE THEREIN SAID REAL PROPERTY, AS
PROVIDED IN SECTION 171.044, FLORIDA STATUTES.
The proposed enactment of said ordinance, following second reading, shall be considered by the City Commission at its meeting in the Sadye G. Martin Auditorium of the
Nettie Berry Draughon Municipal Building, 302 West Reynolds Street (City Hall), Plant City, Florida, on October 11,2004, at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter
may be heard, at which time interested parties and citizens may appear and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance.
Section 2. All persons are advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Commission with respect to any matter considered at such meet-
ing, he will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purpose he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
Section 3. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person with a disability requiring reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this
meeting should call the City Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at least 48 hours prior to the public hearing.
Section 4. The proposed ordinance, which includes the complete legal description by metes and bounds of the area proposed to be annexed, may be inspected by
the public at the office of the City Clerk at the Nettie Berry Draughon Municipal Building, 302 West.Reynolds Street, Plant City, Florida.
Section 5. Brief general descriptions of the areas proposed to be annexed are as follows:
(a) Anx-2004-001 Folio #092388.0000 -3706 S Drawdy Rd.
(b) Anx-2004-002 Folio #091617.0000 509 W Johnson Rd.
(c) E 1/2 of W 1/2 of SW 1/4 of NE 1/4 of S 8, T 29 S, R 22 E (Anx-2004-002; portion of Folio #091616.0000; Johnson Rd)
(d) E 1/2 of SW 1/4 of NE 1/4 of S 8, T 29 S, R 22 E, LESS N 315.40 feet of the E 150 feet thereof, and LESS W 150 feet of E 610 feet of N 315.40 feet of SW
1/4 of NE 1/4 of said S 8, Less Johnson Rd ROW. (Anx-2004-002; portion of Folio #091616.0000; Johnson Rd)
(e) W 1/2 of the W 1/2 of the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of S 12, T 29 S, R 21 E (Anx-2004-003; Folio #085125.0000; Trapnell Rd)
(f) Anx-2004-003; Folio #085126.0100; 3208 W. Trapnell Rd
(g) E 1/2 of W 1/2 of SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of S 12, T 29 S, R 21 E, LESS N 211 feet thereof and LESS W 15 feet thereof, and LESS Trapnell Road ROW (Anx-
2004-003; Folio #085126.0000; Trapnell Rd)
(h) NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of S 26, T 28S, R 22E, N of RR, less tract BEG at N ROW of SR600 and W line for NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Said S 26, thence N 839.63 feet; E
210 feet; SE 784.5 feet to SR600; thence SW to BEG; and 322 Charlie Taylor Rd and a portion of 309 Charlie Taylor Rd (Anx-2004-004; Folio #090598.0000,
Folio#090355.0000, and portion of #090352.0000)
(i) N 1/2 of NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of S 24, T 28 S, R 22 E, LESS W 360 feet, and LESS the S 177 feet of East 455 feet, and LESS ROW for Charlie Taylor and
Wiggins Roads; AND SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of the SW 1/4, AND the NW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of said S 24, LESS Charlie Taylor ROW, LESS N 300 feet of
N 1/2 of NW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of said S 24, LESS W 360 feet, and LESS E 317 feet; AND S 150 feet of E 317 feet of N 1/2 of NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of said S
24, LESS the E 20 feet for Wiggins Road ROW; N 150 feet of E 317 feet of N 1/2 of NW 1/4 of SW 1/4, of Section 24, LESS the E 20 feet for Wiggins ROW.
(Anx-2004-004; Folio #090429.0000, Charlie Taylor Road)
(j) Anx-2004-004 Folio #090429.0150, and Folio #090429.0200, 519 Charlie Taylor Rd.
(k) W 1/2 of SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 AND W 1/2 of SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of S 24, T 28 S, R 22 E, LESS ROW. (Anx-2004-004, Folio #090429.2000, Charlie
Taylor/S Frontage Rd)
(I) Commence at the NE corner of the NW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of S 26, T 28 S, R 22 E; thence S01 38'58"E 667.04 feet to S ROW of US 92 also being the N ROW
line for CSX railroad for a POB; thence S79002'40"W 938.86 feet; thence S12014'36"E 180.05 feet; thence N79002'40"E 905.22 feet; thence N01 38'58"W
182.40 ft to the POB. (Anx-2004-004; portion of CSX Railroad right-of-way SR 92/Charlie Taylor Rd)
(m) Anx-2004-005 Folio #085155.2000 3309 Trapnell Rd.
(n) N 3/5 of NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of S7, T 29 S, R 22 E, LESS N 125 feet; NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 of said S 7, LESS the S 875 ft of the W 125 feet (Anx-2004-006, Folio
#091464.0000 and Folio #091466.0000, Charlie Griffin/Mud Lake Rd)
(o) SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of S 22, T 28 S, R 22 E, LESS ROW for SR 400 (1-4) and LESS Son Keen Road ROW, and LESS S 200 feet.(Anx-2004-008, Folio
#090178.0000, Son Keen/S Frontage Rd).
(p) Anx-2004-009 Folio #090397.0051 4021 S. Frontage Rd
The maps showing the areas to be annexed are attached hereto and incorporated herein.


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Section 5. This resolution, including the maps attached hereto, as notice of the proposed enactment of said ordinance, shall be published in the Courier, issues of
September 23, 2004 and September 30, 2004
Section 6. In accordance with Section 171.044(6), Florida Statutes, the City Clerk shall provide a copy of this resolution, via certified mail, return receipt requested to
the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County.
Adopted by the City Commission on September 13, 2004. ATTEST: Approved as to form and correctness:

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If nothing else, we can
thank the fateful tropical
trio of Charley, Frances
and Ivan for enriching our
language.
Most of us were already
familiar with "hunkering
down," and we have been
advised to "batten down the
hatches" for a number of
years. Still, I don't know how
many Floridians truly under-
stood the extent to which we
all dwell in a "CONE OF
UNCERTAINTY" prior to this
past month of well-docu-
mented drama.
There is no denying the
glut of information now
instantly available. We have
radar, Double Doppler,
reconnaissance aircraft, a
variety of satellite imaging,
ocean temperatures accurate
to the fraction of a degree,
storm chasers, on the spot
reporting, live video feed, and
- with great fanfare the new
darling of weather sorcery, a
system known as VIPIR, or
Volumetric Imaging and
Processing of Integrated
Radar.
It seems that we live in an
age where people are
instantly punished for being
wrong, even a little bit. Any
glimpse into the future,
therefore, is necessarily
mitigated by a complicated
dance designed to avoid


DEREK
MAUL


Columnist


potential liability. The more
information we gather, the
more widespread our need to
declare a margin of error.
Consequently, all the
technology and the
cumulative wisdom have
evolved into this ever-
expanding "Cone of Uncer-
tainty" that begs an
application well beyond the
vagaries of tropical systems in
the gulf or storm surge in the
bay.
The concept also works as a
striking metaphor for this
new millennium, where
science has almost come full
circle and even the most
arrogant of rationalists has to
admit that, "The more we
know, the more we realize we
are only just beginning to
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A Mother's Plea To


The 'Invincible' Youth


By Anita D'Alessio Pippin
It has been two years since
my son Shawn Pippin died,
having the fearless, unstop-
pable belief that he was young
and nothing would ever
happen to him. He made
choices that many teenagers
and young adults alike make.
He chose to experiment
with drugs and alcohol, which
became a deadly combination
for him.
My son was not an angel,
nor was he a "junkie" on the
street. Shawn was a very
handsome, intelligent,
athletic and respectful
Christian, a well loved young
man who grew up in this
small town. He lived his
whole short life here.
He was very much like your
son, brother, nephew,
grandchild or extended family
member. Shawn did not mean
end his life on the day of Sept.
15, just a month shy of his
18th birthday. He did not
mean to devastate his family
and friends. He did not mean
to leave his sister and best
friends behind to carry on
through the first two years of
hell on earth. He did not
mean to make his young and
sweet cousins miss him every
day.
Unfortunately, Shawn's


untimely death has not in any
way changed the way other
teenagers in this town are
acting. The choices they are
making are unacceptable. Did
any of the 1,200 visitors to
Hopewell Funeral Home for
Shawn's funeral learn a
lesson? Did any of the teenag-
ers learn that drinking can
lead to behavior you wouldn't
normally participate in?
Do any of the teens who
continue to party and do
drugs remember the look on
my family members' faces as
we buried one of the most
precious people in our lives?
Shawn's sister Samantha
and I feel as though we have
been through a war. We have
watched and watched as
some of Shawn's closest
friends and family continue to
choose behavior that makes
us relive the day Shawn died.
Will someone please help me
get the message to these kids
that it can happen to them? I
am terrified of losing another
one of our precious sons,
daughters, grandchildren,
brothers, sisters.
Please don't allow Shawn's
death to be in vain.
Anita D'Alessio Pippin is a
Plant City resident. She can be
reached at bonita262-
@aol.com.


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scratch the surface of under-
standing anything at all."
To my mind, this is good
news especially for those who
are not completely satisfied
with the day-to-day routine of
lives looking for explanations
that do not fit so tidily into a
narrow framework.
I'm not advocating anti-
science, I'm not taking a
fatalistic tack, and I'm not
going down the road that tries
to suggest our forays into
discovery are a waste of time.
Far from it. I sincerely believe
that pushing the envelope of
knowledge is always worth-
while.
What I am suggesting,
however, is another way of
looking at the universe of


information, of thinking in a
manner that serves to narrow
our epidemic cultural cone of
uncertainty.
Personally, the more I learn
about this amazing world we
live in, and the more I dis-
cover about the scope, the
depth and the possibilities of
our universe, the more
convinced I am that our
knowledge is neither the
explanation nor the limitation
of anything.
"When I went to univer-
sity," a young friend told me,
"I met people who thought
they were too smart to fall for
the idea of God. Then, after a
while, I discovered people
who had passed through that
threshold, and learned


enough to believe again."
My cone of uncertainty
diminishes to the extent that I
acknowledge an understand-
ing of Providence. The
Hebrew writer David asked
the following rhetorical
question: "When I consider
your heavens, the work of
your fingers, the moon and
the stars, which you have set
in place, what is man that you
are mindful of him, the son of
man that you care for him?"
Psalm 8:3-4
The answer, evidently, is
captured in this phrase, "God
so loved the world..." And
that understanding comes
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FAMILY


LIVING


BETTY'S PLACE


COMMUNITY ROUNDUP


BETTY BRIGGS/photo


John Briggs takes a walk on the Harlem side.


Big City, Small World


It's a small, small world
indeed.
And you can run, but you
can't hide from hurricanes -
even in a Manhattan subway.
Last week,
while Ivan
visited the
Panhandle and
we thought we
were safely out
of his way, my
husband and I
found out how
BETTY small the world
BRIGGS really is when, at
the Metropolitan
Columnist Museum of Art, I
met our former
next-door
neighbor Jamie Verner.
Jamie is a pilot for U.S.
Airways. The real surprise,
however, was yet to come. As
we left Washington Square
Park and walked downtown
for dinner, Jamie, who is not
easily stopped in his tracks,
did just that, as Bobby and
Kathy Huckabee, heading
uptown, ran smack into us!
Bobby was Jamie's former
next-door neighbor in
Lakeland and a boyhood
buddy. They had not seen
each other in years.
After a SoHo, but definitely
not a ho-hum evening of
reminiscing and catching up,
Jamie departed for Connecti-
cut to pick up 6-year-old son,
Vic, who was making a
Munich run with Dad, and
looking forward to his first
hang gliding experience in


Music school
The School of Music at First
Baptist Church of Plant City
offers private instruction in
brass, drums, guitar, piano,
strings, voice and woodwinds.
The school also will offer a
musical theater class this
semester.
Call: 750-4878.

Contestants sought for Miss
Heart Teen Pageant
Organizers of the Miss Teen
Heart Of Plant City Schol-
arship Pageant seek contes-
tants.
The pageant is slated for
Oct. 23 at 6 p.m. at Hills-
borough Community Col-
lege's auditorium. To receive
an application, call 737-4802
or e-mail
MissHrtOfPC@aol.com. The
deadline for applications is
Oct. 1. For more information
on the teen pageant and the
Miss Heart Of Plant City
Pageant, check the official
Web site at www.misshearto-
fplantcity.com.

Blood drives
Florida Blood Services will
sponsor the following blood
drives:
Wal-Mart of Plant City,
2602 Jim Redman Parkway,
Sept. 24 from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m.
Hopewell Baptist Church,
6001 S. Highway 39. Sept. 26
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.


Hope Lutheran Church,
2001 N. Park Road, Oct. 3 from
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
St. Clement Church, 1104
N. Alexander St., Oct. 3 from 8
a.m. to 1 p.m.
Florida Blood Services runs
its Neighborhood Donor
Center, 1902 James Redman
Parkway, Monday and Tues-
day, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Wednes-
day through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5
p.m.; and Saturday, 7 a.m. to 1
p.m.
Call: 752-7638.
BloodNet USA will hold the
following drives:
Nelson Elementary School,
5413 Durant Road, Sept. 23
from 5 to 8 p.m.
Turkey Creek Assembly of
God, 3805 Turkey Creek Road,
Sept. 26 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Patterson Freight, 3108
Central Drive, Sept. 28 from 1:
30 to 4:30 p.m.
C.F. Industries, 10608 Paul
Buchman Highway, Sept. 29
from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
James Hardie Building
Products, 809 S. Woodrow
Wilson St., Sept. 30 from 2 to 6
p.m.
Call: (800) 683-8355.

Auditions for 'Nutcracker'
The Plant City Children's
Theatre will host its last audi-
tion for "Nutcracker" Sept. 24
from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. through
Sept. 27. Everyone accepted.
Fee is $35, scholarships avail-
able. Call: 752-1621.


BIRTHS


special to me courier
Plant City Red Hatters Frances Moon, left, and Ruth Polo take
Manhattan.


Austria. Bobby and Kathy,
minus their three children
(14-year-old daughter is the
last at home in Raleigh, N.C.),
departed for their hotel at
Times Square. I'm sure they
were thinking what a wonder-
ful way to celebrate Mom's
first trip to the Big Apple, with
an unexpected encounter
with an old friend and
neighbor.
John and I stayed in
Harlem. Now I know why
President Clinton has an
office there it's beautiful and
everyone on the street says
hello. Then we flew back
home to the sweet life in our
favorite small town.
Our trip, as Mr. Rogers liked
to say, sure felt like "a beauti-
ful day in the neighborhood."
That is, except for the down-
pour from Ivan that flooded
the subways on Saturday. Yes,
we were stuck underground


for several hours.
Life is wonderful, at times
sad, and sometimes full of
surprises, but it is never dull.


Seems more than a few
Plant Citians have taken a bite
of the Big Apple this summer
and some even stopped
traffic.
Frances "Queen Mother"
Moon of the Plant City
Redberry Roadies and fellow
Red Hatter Ruth Polo
attended the National Red
Hat Birthday Bash in New
York, along with 300 others
from across the United States.
The Plant City group has
roughly 20 members.
They paraded in the .rain,
stopping traffic on Lexington
Avenue, visited Tavern on the
Green, Rockefeller Plaza, and
See BRIGGS, Page 12


South Florida Baptist Hospital
May 1
A son, Jovanny Ben Cande-
laria, to Maura Mendoza and
Benjamin Candelaria Jr. of
Plant City
May 3
A daughter, Emilee Nichole
Smith, to April and Kelley
Smith of Plant City.
May 5
A daughter, Azmari Dariyah
Johnson, to Ron'Sha Lewis
and Antanio Johnson-of Plant
City.
May 6
A son, Joseph Mitchell Jr., to
Julia A. Coston and Joseph
Mitchell of Plant City.
A daughter, Devannah Rose
Williams, to Anna and Jerry
Williams of Plant City.
A son, Quinton Theodore
Kahelin, to Sally Ann Kahelin
and Wesley Adam Kahelin of
Plant City.
May 10
A son, Jacob John Smith, to
Cheryll and John Smith of
Plant City.


May 12
A son, Phillip Douglas Poe
Jr., to Rebecca C. and Phillip
D. Poe Sr. of Plant City.
May 12
A son, Kaleb Jamille Dorsey,
to Jessica Alexander of Plant
City.
May 15
A son, Antonio Anderson
Smith, to Kelly L. Davidson
and Oliver L. Smith of Plant
City.
May 19
A daughter, Lillie Maria
Richter, to Kelly L. and Mark
V. Richter of Plant City.
May 20
A son, Erik Hernandez Jr., to
Erika Y. Ramirez and Eric H.
Gomez of Plant City.
A daughter, Bailee Logan
Roberts, to Brandi M. and
Duane L. Roberts of Plant City.
A daughter, Taylor Jo Risner,
to Tasha and Darrell Risner of
Plant City.
A son, Ayden Luis Perez
Mesia, to Patricia Mejia Perez
and Jesus Perez of Plant City.


CLUB NOTES


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.

Business women
The American Business Women's


Association will hold its next meeting
Sept. 27 at South Florida Baptist Hos-
pital's Community Conference Room.
Networking begins at 11:30 a.m.
with lunch, meeting and program to
follow. The meeting adjourns at 1 p.m.
Prospective members welcome.
Call: Jodi Smith, 752-5863

Hibiscus Circle postpones
The Hibiscus Circle of the Plant City
Garden Club will meet Sept. 27.
The club will take a field trip to Bay


Gardens in Seffner, followed by
dinner.
Call: Lisa Strange, 717-9492.

Lions Auxiliary
The Plant City Lions Auxiliary will
hold the first meeting of it new year
Sept. 28 at 7 p.m. at the home of Joyce
Fulks.
The club will welcome new mem-
bers.
For directions to the Fulks home or
more information, call 752-8199.


Christian Women's Club
The Plant City Christian Women's
Club will hold its "Dolly Dearest" lun-
cheon Oct. 5 at the Walden Lake Golf
and Country Club. Lisa Galloway, a local
esthetician, will provide skin care tips.
The A-Capella-4 will provide music. Lee
Ann Jotham will tell how a classic doll
gave her an "I love you" heart.
Prospective members welcome. For
reservations or complimentary
nursery, call Dorinda, 764-8385, or
Dinah, 717-9127.










FROM NEW YORK



Three Years Later,


'Renew' Is The Word


September has always been
one of my favorite months in
New York City.
Everyone is back in town
from their summer holidays
bringing the energy of the city
back up to full force. The
French call it "Retourne," the
time to return. It is a month
when the leaves are just
beginning to change and the
days are crisp and cloudless
with the slightest hint of cool.
But September is also a time
of remembering and a month
when a bright, clear New York
day can resurrect memories
of terror and loss.
The night of Sept. 10, 2001,
I remember lying in bed and
looking out my southern
windows up at the pattern of


REBECCA
KLEIN
Columnist


lights burning after hours in
the World Trade Towers. The
enormous buildings stood a
short distance from our
apartment and took up a large


REBECCA KLEIN/photo
Ground Zero is no longer just a hole in the ground. Construction
there is a sign of rebirth and reminder that New Yorkers should-
n't be afraid to live in the city they love.


part of our southern view. On
a clear night, you could see to
their very tops.
At 8:47 a.m. the following
morning, the roar of a
commercial plane ripped
through the city's sky directly
overhead and woke me up.
The noise ended in a horren-


dous blast that jolted me
upright in bed. Still half
asleep, I saw the sun across
the sheets and my husband
sleeping beside me, a brilliant
blue morning sky outside our
bedroom window and one of
the Trade Towers on fire, a
ball of flames and black


SEPTEMBER 23, 2004 THE COURIER 9

smoke pouring from a gaping
hole in its side.
I remember throwing my
left arm across my husband's
chest as if we were in a car
that had slammed on brakes
and waking him up. We got
out of bed, stood in front of
our windows and stared
trying to make sense of what
had happened. We turned on
the TV to see if there was
some kind of report, but we
were ahead of the news.
After a while, confusion set
in and we moved around the
apartment in probably what
were the first stages of shock.
We tried to get dressed, but I
remember throwing on
clothes I had never wore
together before and a pair of
old tennis shoes a size too
small. I called a friend to tell
her what was happening. Out
of habit, my husband made
coffee. Then, not knowing
what else to do, I went up to
our rooftop to get a clearer
look.
What I saw was a flurry of
papers being sucked from the
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To advertise your church in our Church Directory, please call Natasha Davis at 752-3113.


ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Dover: 5. Dover Rd & Downing St.
659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
lilen Chapel: 1109 E. Laura St.
"52- "389
Mount OlIve: 1113 W: Madison St
,ount Olive: Horton Rd.
'3"-2628
APOSTOLIC
. Isamblea .postolica:
1501 (olson Rd. '3"-3496
Apostolic churchh
of.lesus (hrist:
1212 II. Reynolds, 4"-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant life: Pinecrest Rd.
lihia. 685--1240
Bethany: 9804 Harne' Rd.
Tbonotosassa. 986-5' !
Calvary, Fellowship:
1110 N. Gordon St. "52-5005
Dover First: SR 5"4 & Pettle Rd.
689-0343
Faith Temple: I-4 at
Hillsborough-Polk Counti'
Line, 752-0532
Faith Lighthouse:
3409 SR 39 N. 752-1885
First Plant City:
Charlie Griffin Rd,
Wof SR39 S, 752-3351
Fort Alafla: Corner of South
Hwy. 39 & Swilley Rd, 737-4656
Keysville: SR 640, 737-4803
Mount Zion:
1-4 at Thonotosassa Rd, 752-1614
Pleasant Grove:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-3529
Victory Worship Center:
County Line Rd, 754-6089
Sydney: Sydney Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of Sydney-Dover Rd, 659-0532
Turkey Creek:
Turkey Creek Rd, 754-5372
BAPTIST
Ahava: Turkey Creek Rd,
N. of SR 60, 737-3739
Alafia Baptist:
222 Alafia Church Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd, 737-3240
Berea: SR 39 S, 737-1232
Bethany: Cork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel: 804 W Renfro St,
754-2239
Beulah: Allen & County Line Rd,
Lithia, 737-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd,
752-2875
Burchwood Temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 574, 752-3782
Calvary Free Will:
3539 Trapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grove: E. Keysville Rd,
737-1234
Central of Lithia:
Pinecrest & Keysville Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 E. Alsobrook, 752-3740
Community Christian:
1310 N. Shannon Ave, 754-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S, Pinecrest,
737-1211
Dover Eastside: Countryside
Baptist Church, 2820
Gallagber; 571-8200
Dover First: N. Gallagher Rd,
659-0203
Eastside: 1318 E. Calhoun St,
754-2681
East Thonotosassa: McIntosh
& 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 Fhonotosassa Missionary:
Mclntosh Rd, 986-4756
Harmon's Baptist Church:
6008 I. Knights Griffin Rd, ,
986-.165
Hopewell: SR39 S, 737-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Hwy,
'52-9 "2
lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
"52-2006
lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd,
"54-52"8
.tount M.oriah Freewill:
If arren &Johnson St, 754-4397
Montunt Soriah Freewill:
20-12 Colson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W. Ball St,
"54 -3834
,eu' Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
Neu' lit. Zion Freewill:
304 1 Daniels Rd., 752-3985
Northside:
1700 N. Franklin St, 752-2779
Oakwood: Airport Rd, 752-5499
Plant City Primitive:
509 N. Evers St, 754-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-2556
Shiloh: W Terrace Dr, 754-7445
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road,
754-4879
St. Luke Missionary:
108 S. Warnell St, 754-4992
St. Mary's Freewill:
Hunter & Warren St, 754-6853
St. Mary Missionary:
1804 S.R. 60E., 737-3668
St. Mary's Primitive Baptist
Church: 907 E. Laura St,
754-1616
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church:
5447 S. Turkey Creek Rd,
737-1224
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Westside: 2503 WI Granfield Ave,
752-1450
Whitehurst Rd:
901 N. Whitehurst Rd, 754-5405
CATHOLIC
St. Clement: 1104 N. Alexander St,
752-8251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder Rd,
752-2771
Cork: Cork Road, 752-1521
Laura St: 1310 E. Laura St,
752-2858
Springhead: Wiggins Rd,
754-1485
CHRISTIAN
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,
752-5385
CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian:
McIntosh Rd, Nof 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 Citr: Grace Fellowship
713 Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St,
752-6438
Gospel Tabernacle:
Allen & Haines St
EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
752-5061
HOLINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 W. Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
728 W Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Restoration Assembly:
106 S. Evers St.
Evangelists for Jesus
Tabernacle:
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Growth Center:
1310 N. Shannon, 719-2909
Covenant Bible Church: -
1408 E. Tomlin St, 754-1133
Deeper Life Fellowship:
Covilla Rd, W of SR 39 N.
Revival Outreach Center:
225 N. Dover Rd, 681-2250
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:
3202 N. Maryland Ave, 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. Hillsborough Ave,
754-2674
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St, 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worship
Center: U.S. 92 E
ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Ukrainian
Orthodox Church: 3820 Moores
Lake Rd, Dover, 659-0123


PENTECOSTAL
Christian Life Assembly:
3120 S. Miller Rd., 657-4802
Living Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. Evers St, 759-0528
New Hope Worship Center:
803 W. Mahoney St, 757-6123
New Life Temple Pentecostal
Church of God:
3301 Clemons Rd, 754-7088
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dover: Moore's Lake &
Holiness Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the Living God:
1102 Tyler St, 754-5840
PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant City:
1107 Charlie Griffin Rd, 759-9383
First Presbyterian Plant City:
404 W Reynolds St, 752-4211
SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk with God Ministry:
15140 SR 574, Dover, 659-0930
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant City: 2203 Strawberry Dr,
752-4694
SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W.Johnson Rd,
754-5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.,
Ialrico, 685-0998
UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W. Sam Allen Rd,
754-3233.
Dover First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415
First Plant City: 303 N. Evers St,
754-3519
Grace: 1801E. 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 Hwy
at Mistletoe Dr, 986-7135
Trinity Plant City: 402 W.
English St, 752-9316


St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
5pm English, 6:30pm Spanish
at
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 'V
(Off 1-4, Exit 21 South) d ll(L-
(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
103 N Ever- Street
Downtown Plant City
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754--351
NEW HOURS
8:00 am Chapel Communion
Service
9:00 am Contemporary Worship
In The Wesley Centre
10:00 am Sunday School
(Children Adult)
11:00 am Traditional Worship In
The Sanctuary
Youth Fd,,hi sip
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Dr. Alan L. Beaver
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Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors
www. fumcplantcity.org


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WORSHIP


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DEATHS


Women's gospel fest
St. Mary's Community Church, 907 E.
Laura St., will celebrate its first Wom-
en's Gospel Fest Sept. 24 at 7:30 p.m.
All women are invited to attend the
music-filled evening. Registration fee is
$10.
Call: Stella Brown, 754-8034 or 754-
1616.

Church celebrates
63rd anniversary
Lebanon Baptist Church, 110 N.
Forbes Road, will celebrate its 63rd
anniversary Sept. 26 at the morning
service, 11 a.m.
Guest speaker will be the Rev. Alvin
Livingston, a former pastor at Lebanon.
There will also be special music preced-
ing an old-fashioned dinner in the fel-
lowship hall.
Call: 737-9350.

Homecoming at Burchwood
Burchwood Baptist Church, 38 Euclid
Drive, will celebrate its 53rd homecom-
ing Sept. 26 with gospel singing and
dinner on the grounds
Sunday school begins at 9:45 a.m.,
morning service at 11 a.m. and dinner
at 12:15 p.m.
Call: 986-0609.


Lord of Life news
Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 2104
Mud Lake Road in Plant City, will hold a
Service of Healing in conjunction with
St. Michael and All Angels Day on Sept.
29. 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. Musi-
cians would take part in the contempo-
rary service on Sunday mornings at 8:30
a.m. 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 held
Wednesday at 7 p.m.


Call the church office Monday
through Friday between 1 and 5 p.m.,
752-6064.

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 located at 7725 S.
Turkey Creek Road in Durant.
Call: 737-2556.

St. Clement celebrates 75 years
St. Clement Catholic Church, 1104
Alexander St., will celebrate the 75th
anniversary of its establishment as a
Catholic parish and its 92nd year of
serving the community of Plant City on
Oct. 2 at the 5 p.m. Vigil Mass.
The main celebrant and homilist will
be Bishop Robert Lynch. Immediately
following the Mass, the church hall will
be rededicated as the Fr. David B.
Cronin Hall. Cronin was the 12th pastor
of St. Clement and served as pastor
from 1963-1979. Tickets for the dinner
are $10 per person.
Call: 752-8251.

First Baptist offers
host of new courses
First Baptist Church of Plant City, 503
N. Palmer St., offers a host of Christian
training courses.
Current courses are: "A Heart Like
His," a Beth Moore Bible study for
women; "Christian Money Manage-
ment"; "The 5 Love Languages of Chil-
dren"; "The Book of Revelation"; "The
Church, Part I"; "Divorce Care"; "All
God's Children," helping parents and
teachers better meet the needs of chil-
dren with disabilities such as ADHD
and Bipolar disorder; and "Under-
standing the Bible," a Rich Warren
approach on how to study the Bible.
To find out dates and times, call the
church.
Call 752-4104.


Biggs
Myrtice B. Biggs, 84, of Plant City
died Sept. 12.
She was born in Laurel Hill and
came here from North Florida 37
years ago.
She was a homemaker and a Bapt-
ist.
She is survived by a daughter, Jau-
nita J. Barrow of Tampa; two sisters,
Jewette Thompson and Donna
Wilson; seven grandchildren; 11
great-grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Colding
Murray W. Colding, 83, of Plant
City died Sept. 11.
He was born in Picnic and resided
in Lithia before moving to Plant
City.
He was a graduate of Turkey Creek
High School and was a U.S. Air Force
veteran of World War II.
After retiring from the Air Force as
a chief master sergeant in 1969, he
returned to Picnic to operate the
family orange grove and pasture
land.
He was a Baptist and a member of
the American Legion, Veterans of
Foreign Wars, and the Air Force Ser-
geants Association.
He is survived by his wife, Hazel
Keene; a daughter Linda of Orlando;
a nephew, Richard Falk of Las Vegas;
a niece, Patricia Denmark of Lutz;
and many great nieces and neph-
ews.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Erario
Meagan Elizabeth Erario, 22, of
Plant City, died Sept. 8.
She was born in Hollywood, Fl.,
and moved here from Brandon two
years ago.
She was a college student.
She is survived by her parents,
Louis and Elizabeth of Plant City; a
brother, Sean of Fort Lauderdale; a
stepbrother, Eric Frost of Vero


Beach; and a sister, Courtney of
Tampa. Haught Puneral Home.

Meade
Nellie E. Meade, 70, of Lithia, died
Sept. 13.
She was born in Hebron, Ohio,
and was a longtime resident of the
area.
She served in the U.S. Army, and
was a Catholic.
She is survived by her husband,
Robert of Lithia; a son, Jon of North
Carolina; a daughter, Terry Reilly of
Lithia; two sisters, Sue Rutherford
and Mary Lloyd, both of Ohio; and
two grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Purvis
Dorothy 0. Purvis, 83, of Winter
Haven died Sept. 7.
She was born in Brewster and
worked in retail clothing sales.
She is survived by a son, Calvin of
Orlando; two daughters, Sylvia
Watts Myers of Winter Haven and
Patricia Chestnut of Lithia; a brother,
Charles Welch of Lakeland; a sister,
Lucille Taylor of Lithia; seven grand-
children; eight great-grandchildren;
and six great-great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Stubbs
Mary E. Stubbs, 87, of Plant City
died Sept. 14.
She was born in Headland, Ala.,
and came here from there.
She was a retired secretary
She was a member of the First
Baptist Church of Plant City and a
50-year member of the Woman's
Club of Plant City.
She is survived by two sons,
Robert F., II of Pompano Beach and
William P. of Plant City; a daughter,
Betsy Bedgood of Lakeland; two sis-
ters, Annette Markellos of Braden-
ton and Hazel Jordan of Lakeland;
two grandchildren; and three great
grandchildren.


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KLEIN
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smoking hole in the north tower
and fall east over the city like
ticker tape over a downtown
parade. Then, among the
confetti of documents and
debris, I saw people fall. One
man wore black pants, a black
shirt and white socks. A woman
spiraled not nearly as fast, her
skirt flattened around her
twisting body. Only seven blocks
north of the two quarter-mile
high buildings, something took
hold of my senses and I went
numb.
Sometimes those images
return unexpectedly for me on a
beautiful September day. But I
try not to dwell on them. They
only bring up feelings of anger,
resentment and fear, and in my
experience a fear-based outlook
has never served me well.
Instead, I have faith.
Without faith, self-will and
self-centered fear run riot and
bring anxiety and confusion into
my life so I waste my time
worrying about what might


happen tomorrow instead of
living in the day. And isn't that
the objective of terrorism, to
keep people in constant fear of
what might happen next, rather
than what's happening in this
moment?
It is three years this month
since Sept. 11, 2001, and New
York City is starting to feel like
its old self again. But, like most
people, I walk around more
aware now that I live in a place
that is, like any major city, a
prime target for terrorism. And
what were once considered
benign occurrences now get my
attention. A subway stalling
abruptly between stations. The
sudden blast from a nearby
construction site. Fire trucks
speeding somewhere together.
But, as I have heard and
experienced first hand, New
York is a resilient town. The
other day I took a walk down to
Ground Zero to see the progress
of its recovery.
What I saw was no longer a
"hole" but a giant construction
site.
Perched on its perimeter was
the new World Trade Center-
New Jersey PATH terminal with


a 360-foot-long soaring
sculptural steel-and-glass shell
covering a cathedral-like
concourse. Behind it, a tall
industrial-steel fence surrounds
the site with inset photos telling
the story of the rise and fall of
the Twin Towers and a long
granite plaque etched with each
victim's name. At one end of the
memorial is posted the word
"Renew."
There are, of course, days
when I let the ever-changing
terror threat level get to me, but
I try to remember what I enjoy
about living in New York City
and the reasons why I stay:
because I love to walk home
from restaurants with my
husband late at night. Because I
can buy the best homemade
bread at Sullivan Bakery and
fresh cut flowers from Morgan's,
my corner market. Because
friends show up from all over
the world Europe, the West
Coast, Plant City. Because the
farmer's market comes to Union
Square four days a week.
But mostly because I have
built a life here, and I would be
sad to leave it behind because I
was afraid.


BRIGGS
Continued From Page 8
I am told had a wonderfully delicious time.


Plant City may not come close to Manhattan as an
international arts center, but the Park-Side Caf6, 101 E. J.
Arden Mays Blvd., is becoming one of Plant City's cen-
ters for the arts. Tonight, Sept. 23, artist Joyce Jordan is
having a Meet the Artist reception at the cafe from 6-8
p.m.


The heart of our town, McCall Park, goes all out to
benefit Eastern Hillsborough County's families in need
at the annual Taste of Plant City event, sponsored by the
United Food Bank of PC, on Oct. 9 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Tickets are $10 and are available at the Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce, Park Side Caf6 and Hillsboro
Bank.
This event, held in conjunction with the Arts and Anti-
ques Street Fair, will have live entertainment, miles of
meals, and family fun.
See you there!
I would love to hear what you did this summer or what
you're planning on doing this fall. Send items to gaby-
lee@aol.com or mail them to The Courier, c/o Betty
Briggs, 101 N. Wheeler St., Plant City, FL 33566.


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COWBOY
Continued From Page 1
who has worked on both land and
cattle deals with Carlton. "He's got
impeccable character."

Keeping tradition
The Carlton family came to Florida
in the 1800s and goes back eight
generations in Hardee County. Albert
Carlton, Dennis's great grandfather,
owned the house now on display at the
Florida State Fair's Cracker Country.
The family once owned more than
2,200 acres in Limestone, a tiny enclave
in South Hardee. They would eventu-
ally sell the land to a phosphate mining
company.
Dennis' father, Leffie, broke some-
what from the family's agriculture
tradition to become a surgeon and
opened a practice in Tampa. Dennis
was born in Tampa and graduated
from Jesuit High School.
"I lived on Bayshore, but my love has
always been for the outdoors," Carlton
said during a recent interview in the
study of the Colonial home off Moore's
Lake Road in Dover he shares with his
wife, Alice. The house sits atop a hill
overlooking 120 acres of orange grove
in the front and a lake in the rear. "It
never occurred to me to be anything
else but an agriculturist."
As a youngster, Carlton spent sum-
mers with his father's first cousin,
Doyle Carlton Jr., who would become
the younger Carlton's mentor. "Uncle
Doyle" taught Dennis how to "work"
cattle that is, how to round them up
from the saddle of horse, how to vacci-
nate, brand and castrate them, and
how to load them onto a trailer, among
a thousand other tricks of the trade.
But Doyle Carlton, a Florida senator
who also ran for governor, taught him
much more than that, instilling in
Dennis the importance of land stew-
ardship.
"It's our responsibility to leave the
land we control, by ownership or by
lease, in as good or better condition
than when we got it," he said. "That's
our responsibility to future
generations."
It also makes good business sense,
he said. "The better you take care of it,
the better it is to you."
Carlton attended Florida Southern
College in Lakeland. He opened Mid-
State Realty in Hillsborough County.
The company has always dealt strictly
in land transactions, buying big par-
cels and subdividing them.
Now most of Mid-State's transac-
tions are Carlton's, who sells the land
for housing developments divided
meant for multi-acre tracts and, as he
puts it, the "rural lifestyle."
At the same time, he worked to
expand the family's modest cattle
business. What began with 300 head of
cattle is now two businesses, Carlton
and Carlton Ranch and Audubon
Ranch, and has more than 6,000 head
of cattle in 17 Central Florida locations
spanning from Pasco County to the
north and Desoto County to the south.
One of those locations is the old
family rancl:iin Hardee that Carlton
bought back :frm the mining com-
pany that never got around to mining
it.
Another is the Cone Ranch property,
off State Road 39 a couple of miles
north of Knights Griffin Road. Carlton
leases 12,000 acres from the county
and keeps 2,500 head of cattle there.
Most of the calves he sells end up in
Texas and Oklahoma.
Carlton also is owner and partner in
more than 365 acres of citrus groves.
Pallardy, who has partnered with
Carlton on land deals, has a running
joke about Carlton's passion for land
and animals.
"Every time he made a dollar he
bought 10 dollars worth of cattle or 10
dollars worth of land," Pallardy said.
"He just wanted to expand his business
and just loves cattle."


Special to The Courier
Carlton accepts the Greater Plant City Chamber of Commerce's Agriculturist of the Year award last month with his family
by his side. Shown, from left, are daughter Melissa, wife Alice, daughter Marlyn, and son Dennis Jr.


Challenges
As a rancher that also deals in real
estate, Carlton finds himself on both
sides of what he calls the biggest chal-
lenge to the cattle industry: availability
of land. Less land means that ranchers
will consolidate and that the days of a
ranch with 60 head of cattle on 300
acres are over.
"The big guys will get bigger and the
medium sized guys will get out," he-
said.
The other challenge is market vola-
tility, but right now the cattle market is
the best it's ever been, Carlton said.
The-low-carb, high protein diet craze
has helped push prices up to as high as
$2 a pound. When Carlton started in
the 70s, when the industry struggled,
calves sold for 19 cents a pound.
Ironically, that same craze has hurt
the already struggling citrus industry.
Carlton described the industry as
"worse than awful."
Right now, he is running those
groves that are turning a profit or at
least breaking even, and selling off the
ones that are costing money to run. He
doesn't mince words about his citrus
holdings.
"We're doing it for the real estate,"
he said.
Carlton estimates that more than
1,000 acres of his grove and pasture-
land have gone to residential develop-
ment. He admits he runs into
opposition with every rezoning he
requests, but has never been denied a
rezoning. He holds firm to the lessons
of his Uncle Doyle.
"If you ask for (a rezoning that's)
reasonable in the right location, then
you should expect to get something,
and you will, most of the time," he
said.
In 1989, Carlton was among a large
group of stockholders who started the
Valrico State Bank. Carlton said the
bank has met the goal the group set for
the new institution. "We've done a real
good service to the community with
that bank," said Carlton, who is chair-
man of the bank's loan committee.
"There are good Christian men on that


Special to The Courier
Dennis Carlton shows off his horse-
handling skills during a competition in
the mid-1980s. He won national and
world championships in steer roping.

board and it's been a blessing to us and
to the community."
Bob McLean, general manager of a
harvesting company in Valrico, has
known Carlton for 20 years and sits on
the bank board with him.
"He's always trying to bring business
into the bank, and he's been very wise
in the way he makes decisions on loan
applications," McLean said, adding
that Carlton's prudence has helped the
bank minimize its risk. "He has pre-
vented us from making some bad deci-
sions in the past."

A cowboy's community service
Carlton's dedication to community
service is one way he differs from the
classic cowboy.
"It would be nice to saddle up and
ride off into the sunset everyday, but
you can't do that," he said. "You have
to be in involved in the community."
Carlton recently joined the board of
Florida Farm Credit, and serves on the
Natural Resources Conservation Serv-
ice's soil and water conservation
board, as well as the Agriculture Eco-
nomic Development Council.
Hugh Gramling serves on the latter
two with Carlton.


"He understands the complexities
of the issues and has a way of cutting
through it all to make the best deci-
sions," Gramling said.
I He has served on the Hillsborough
Farm Bureau for 10 years, and twice
served as president. One of :those
terms was in 1996, during the med fly
outbreak that threatened the state's
citrus industry. Carlton described it as
a "circus," with the tremendous threat
of the insect itself being lost among the
public's misconceptions about aerial
spraying of insecticide meant to con-
trol the outbreak, which it eventually
did. It was a learning experience, he
said, and reaffirmed his way of
approaching challenges.
"I like to deal in facts and stay away
from the emotion of it," he said.
Carlton is a frequent visitor to the
Hillsborough County Commission and
to Tallahassee to make sure legislators
are aware of the issues important to
agriculturalists such as water and
property rights.
"There are only a few agriculturistss)
in Hillsborough County who will go to
the county commission and who will
go to Tallahassee when that needs to
be done, and he's one of them," said
nursery owner Roy Davis, who serves
with Carlton on the Farm Bureau
board.
When asked what service he is most
proud of, Carlton smiles.
"Pride is something I try not to have
too much of," he said. "I've gotten
more out of it then I put into it."
Carlton, a trustee for Freewill Baptist
Church, said he owes much to his two
fathers: "What we've accomplished is a
gift from God, but we also would never
would have been able to accomplish it
if it hadn't been for Dad's backing."
Carlton sees a lot more horseback
time in his future, as well as with his
children Marlyn, 25, Melissa, 22, and
Dennis Jr., 19, and his grandchildren.
"Your family and your faith are the
two most important things you have,"
he said. "The family is what you're
going to leave, and your faith is what
guides you."





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McCLELLAN'S MOVING
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By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
What had promised to he a
100-year anniversary- for a
local address that has been a
barber shop during, the last
century now will be an official
closing of a chapter in Plant
City history.
McClellan's Barber Shop,
116 N. Collins St., owned and
operated by Rodger McClellan
since 1980, will close its doors
as a cut shop for good Sept. 25.
McClellan sold the property to
a new owner who plans to
open an antique shop in that
space.
"About a month ago I was
on the roof, fixing a leak, when
I slipped and fell about 10
feet," McClellan said. "I guess
that I was lucky. I could have
killed myself. But I ended up
hurting my hip and had to stay
in bed for three weeks. While I
had the time to think about
my options, I decided to sell
the place and move the shop
to Lakeland."
McClellan, 59, said that
until his fall he had no inten-
tions to sell the narrow space
on Collins Street, which has
been a barber shop under
several owners.
"I shouldn't have been on


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Local barbershop owner Rodger McClellan, left, and Joy Davis, a
20-year employee at McClellan's Barber Shop, will be moving
the business to Lakeland in October. Customers like Charlie
Harris, left, and Jack Cox will see the old Collins Street shop
become an antique store.
the roof in the first place," will make the short trip to stay
McClellan said. "But that is with us."
what owners sometimes do. I Joy Davis, who works the
thought about it and figured second chair at McClellan's,
that I can lease the place in said she will miss some of the
Lakeland, with utilities and downtown walk-in business.
maintenance as part of the "We have met a lot of peo-
monthly expenses. I can lease ple here over the years," Davis
the place for the same amount said. "Local business people
of money I am paying to oper- and employees at city hall
ate this shop in Plant City." have come here for years. But
McClellan's Barber Shop the new shop makes sense.
will reopen in Lakeland on And the area is going to grow,
Oct. 9 at 5006 Yates Road, off adding to our new customer
West Pipkin Road. base. There will be four chairs
"It's only about six miles to in the new shop. I think we will
the new shop," he said. "We be all right there."
hope a lot of our customers Charlie Harris, a Valrico res-


ident, has been coming to
McClellan's for 20 years.
"I used to come here from
Thonotosassa, before I moved
to Valrico," Harris said. "I
reckon I will drive the extra
few miles to Lakeland to stay
with Joy and Rodger. Joy gave
my grandson his first haircut
19 years ago. Rodger doesn't
know it, but I am going to
charge him an extra dollar for
my gas money."
McClellan said he wouldn't
mind. He'll take the money
out it out of Joy's tip jar.
Plant City resident Jack Cox
said he has been getting his
hair cut at that shop ever since
he was in high school.
"Dick Hart used to cut my
hair in this same chair," Cox
said. "Dick and I went to
grammar school and high
school together. It will seem
strange that it won't be a
barber shop anymore."
McClellan said Hart retired
about 15 years ago, and cut
hair at the Collins Street shop
when it was called Jones'
Barber Shop more than 40
years ago.
"Parking has been a prob-
lem around here for a while,"
McClellan said. "Some of our
longtime customers are get-
ting older. When they can't
find a convenient place to
park, they just go someplace
else. It's just time for a
change."


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McCollum, who pulled just
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"I think I accomplished a lot
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as their representative," Byrd
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Byrd said it was hard for
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attention to the process of
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the issues that affect them," he
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me. Even as Speaker of the
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Byrd did appreciate his local
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my effort understood what I
was trying to do. And I appre-
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make a difference in what I do.
My efforts will now by spent
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Thieves In The Night
W.T. Lewis is hopping mad about
thieves in the night stealing items from
the yard of her Walden Lake home.
Lewis sent a letter to The Courier last
week that began, "This letter is directed
to the jerks (in lieu of what I actually
want to call them) who either drive
through Walden Lake West, or what's
worse, live there, and steal items out of
yards during the middle of the night."
Lewis went on to write that earlier
this month, someone stole a 2-foot-by-
4-foot "Bush/Cheney" banner from
her yard. She put up the $110 banner
shortly before the Aug. 31 primary and
it was gone three days later.
It's not the first time, Lewis said
when reached by phone last week. She
lives with her husband on Timberlane
Drive but didn't want to mention the
specific neighborhood. The couple
also have had other political signs
stolen, plus Buccaneers, Alabama and
American flags.
Other neighbors have had their
political signs supporting Republican
candidates taken as well, Lewis said.
Lewis wasn't sure if the thieves are
just kids out for a thrill or hardcore
politicos out to stifle the couple's mes-
sage, and she wondered whether or
not they live in Walden Lake. She
hoped, "we don't have jerks like this
living in our own neighborhood."
"My husband says they're Demo-
crats," Lewis said with a chuckle.
Lewis said she would not be intimi-
dated and plans to put up more signs.
"Maybe not to that extreme or
expense, but I will," she said.

Concert For A Cause
Joyce Jordan has seen the 1914 High
School Community Center's 500-seat
auditorium filled to capacity only once
for Unity in the Community's annual
concert fundraiser; held at the school
for the last five years.
She's hoping to see it happen again
this weekend, and she thinks there's a
chance with the Never Fade bluegrass
gospel band on the bill. In 2002, when
the concert sold out, "theywere there,"
said Jordan, president of Unity, a non-
profit fundraising group dedicated to
feeding the area's needy.


Special to The Courier
The Never Fade bluegrass gospel band is on the bill for Unity in the Community's
"Bluegrass, Gospel and Oldies Extravaganza," slated for Sept. 25 at 7 p.m. at the
1914 High School.


Unity will host its "Bluegrass, Gospel
and Oldies Extravaganza" Sept. 25 at 7
p.m. at the 1914 High School, 605 N.
Collins St.
Tickets are $10.
Also on the bill are the Bleu Moon
bluegrass band and The G Daddys, an
oldies band. With bluegrass, gospel
and oldies, Jordan said there is some-
thing for most music lovers.
Jordan has set a goal to raise $40,000
for Unity this year. If the concert sells
out, the group will net $2,500.
Tickets may be purchased in
advance atThe Courier, 101 N. Wheeler
St., the Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce, 106. N. Evers St., Brown's
Jewelers, 1705 James Redman Park-
way, and Family and Friends Antiques
and Collectibles, 1304 S. Collins St. For
more information, call 752-1275 or
719-2452.

Crises Never Stop
With the whirlwind of activity cre-
ated by two hurricanes, political cam-
paigns and last month's state primary
election, Mary Alice Hendricks under-
stands that people have been
distracted.
But during all that, women in need


of support and guidance didn't stop
coming to Plant City's Pregnancy Care
Center, said Hendricks, the center's
director. She is asking folks not to
forget about the center's 13th annual
Fundraising Banquet, set for Oct. 11 at
6:30 p.m. at St. Clement
Catholic Church Social
Hall.
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Hurricane Frances tore through the
area. But that doesn't mean the com-
pany didn't work hard to restore
power to its customers, said employ-
ees at Wells Memorial Funeral Home,
who are putting together a big "thank
you" to send to TECO.
And they mean big. The employees
purchased a jumbo greeting card,
more than two feet wide and a foot
and half tall, and invite those who
would like to. sign it to stop by Wells,
1903 W. Reynolds St. Hours are 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m., seven days a week.
"We really take TECO for granted,"
said Wells'bookkeeper Tonya Rogers,
who was without power for five days.
Rogers still sent a personal note of
thanks when her lights came on, and
Wells office manager Verna McKelvin
suggested the funeral home do some-
thing to let the public express their
appreciation.
"In that industry I think they rarely
hear people, say thank you," said
McKelvin, who also was without
power for a couple of days.
The last day to sign is Sept. 30.
Rogers said if they run out of room,
they will purchase another one.
It's safe to say the jumbo card won't
be dropped in the mail box.
"It's going to have to be hand-deliv-
ered," Rogers said.

A Year OfHangin' Out
Once a month for the past year, the
pizza has been gobbled up quickly and
the soda has flowed freely at the Plant-
een Recreation Center.
On Sept. 10, the city's Recreation
and Parks Department celebrated the
first anniversary of its Teen Night, held
the first or second Friday evening of
the month during the school year. It
has turned into a major event, said Ste-
phen Rossiter, the department's
special events coordinator.
Even after Hurricane Frances forced
the event to be pushed back one week
this month, more than 190 teens came
to the Planteen, 301 N. Dort St., for an
evening of hanging out and dancing
under a disco ball. Their $5 entry fee
gets them four hours of entertainment,
including use of the football and billi-
See DIGEST, Page 18






18 THE COURIER SEPTEMBER 23, 2004


CALENDAR
Continued From Page 3
to be funded from per- and post-disas-
ter federal grants.
Call: 272-5275.

SATURDAY
Luau fundraiser
A luau-themed fundraiser for multi-


pie sclerosis research will take place
Sept. 25 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Plant City
Church of God, 2103 Mud Lake Road.
The event will feature dinner, enter-
tainment, door prizes and a silent auc-
tion.
Tickets are $8 for adults, $4 for chil-
dren 12 and younger. Call: 757-6234,
727-5214 or 719-9695.

Bluegrass gospel fundraiser
Unity in the Community, an


DIGEST
Continued From Page 17


ards tables, and all the pizza
and soda they can drink -
while it lasts, that is.
Rossiter said the crowd is
well behaved and "very ener-
getic."
The next Teen Night is
slated for Oct. 1 from 7 to 11
p.m. Call Rossiter at 757-9166
or visit
www.plantcitygov.com/rec
for more information.

Road Of Honor
Ever wondered just which
part of State Road 39 is consid-
ered Paul Buchman Highway?
City Manager David Sollen-
berger made it clear in his
report to the city commission
last week after some commis-
sioners asked for the specifics.
In 1994, the state legislature
passed an act designating the
portion of State Road 39 from
Interstate 4 to U.S. 301 as Paul
S. Buchman Highway. Buch-
man was city attorney for a
little more than 42 years,
appointed in January of 1949
and serving until his death on
Oct. 9, 1991.
His son Ken immediately
took the position and still
holds it today.
Just for the record, the other
portion of State Road 39 in
Plant City that honors a com-
munity pillar, James L.
Redman, begins at Prosser
Street and ends at State Road
60 and is dubbed James L.
Redman Parkway.
Redman served as the area's
Florida State Representative
for 12 years, and the legisla-
ture named the section-of the
road at the end of his last ses-
sion in 1978.
Despite the fact that such
honors are often given post-
humously, the Plant City


attorney is not only alive and
well at 72, he still practices law
from his Collins Street office.

Skate Park Means
Less City Shreddin'
Now that skaters have a
legal place to go, city officials
say the city's curbs and rail-
ings are being spared.
The Recreation and Parks
Department reports that 375
skaters have registered to the
use the new facility at Mike
Sansone Park. There are no
records of how many skaters
use the facility each day, but
Jack Holland, the rec depart-
ment's acting director, said
it's rare that he drives by and
there's not someone using the
facility.
Officials assume that is why
it also is rare nowadays to see
a skater using private or city
property to catch some air or
do a little grinding. Plant City
Police Chief Bill McDaniel
said there has been a notice-
able decrease in the amount
of skateboarders in business
areas and in the downtown
district.

Praise For Pick Up
Dorothy Knox didn't expect
the city sanitation truck to
stop when she saw it rumbling
down Tomlin Street recently.
Knox was dragging tree
limbs closer to the. street for
pickup in front of her home.
The truck did stop and all
three employees picked up
the limbs for her.
Knox made a special trip to
City Hall recently to thank the
Sanitation Division and to say,
"Plant City has the finest
people working for them and


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 Conmmunity
Center, 605 N. Collins St.
The evening will feature the Never
Fade bluegrass gospel band.
Tickets are $10 and can be pur-
chased in advance at the Greater Plant
City Chamber of Commerce, 106 N.
Evers St., or The Courier office, 101 N.
Wheeler St.


that she would not live in any
other town."
City Superlatives
Several other city depart-
ments and their employees
were praised at last week's city
commission meeting, includ-
ing:
Plant City Fire Rescue
Chief George Shiley who
served as coordinator of emer-
gency management with the
county during Hurricane
Frances.
Building Code Enforce-
ment employees who put in
extra time at City Hall that
weekend: Ray Proctor, Lamar
Kent, Terry Doolittle, Dennis
Sweeney, J.C. Kent, Delane
Southerland, Mike Mullis, and
Rachael Wooten, and recep-
tionist Donna Cannon.
General Service employ-
ees who also put in extra time
during the storm: Ed Dudley,
Bruce Swartz, Cliff Haynes,
Merle Guy, Robert Sikes, Lloyd
Lay, Wally Miller and Fer-
nando Castano.
Six officers from the Plant
City Police Department who
were deployed to Lee County's
Pine Island after Hurricane
Charley devastated the area.
Lt. Bryan Bergau, Sgt. Brian
Miller, Detective Matt Lawson
and officers Tray Towles, Eric
Daniel and Leo Young pro-
vided patrol operations, traffic
control and relief services,
among other duties, for five
days.
PCPD Lt. Jerry Stwan and
officers Tony Gamez and
Phillip Galluzo for, as one resi-
dent wrote to Chief Bill McDa-
niel, "the wonderful help
provided... prior to and during
the hurricane season."
Don Rainard, the city's


streets and stormwater super-
intendent, who received a
thank you letter from the Uni-
versity of South Florida for his
participation in the universi-
ty's course titled "Introduc-
tion to the Atom with High
Technology Examples." One
of those examples was the use
of LEDs, and LED video was
filmed at the city's traffic
shop.
The Public Works Depart-
ment, whose sewer line grout-
ing program was featured in
the October issue of Cleaner
Magazine.
Employees in the Storm-
water Division who received
their Class B Stormwater
System licenses: Robert Joiner,
Jeffrey Stidham, Michael
Beekman, Kevin Godfrey, Dale
White, Carolyn Durrance,
Glenn Coltey, John Dinovo
and Carl Clepper.

Rare Fellow
No bones about it, Dr.
Susan Ott knows orthopedics,
and she will be honored for it
later this month by the Ameri-
can Osteopathic Academy of
Orthopedics.
Ott, a general
orthopedic sur-
geon with a sub-
specialty in
sports medicine,
will accept the
title of fellow
with the aca-
Ott demy at an
awards banquet
slated for Sept. 30 in San
-Diego. She will be only the
third woman in history to
accept a fellowship in the
organization.
Application criteria for the
fellowship include academy
membership, authorship of a


Bethel missionary
conference postponed
The Junior and Intermediate Mis-
sionaries of Bethel Missionary Baptist
Church, 804 W. Renfro St., has resched-
uled the "It's In Your Hands Confer-
ence" that was set for Sept. 25.
The conference now will be held
Oct. 16 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the
church. It is open to all.
Call: Doretha Adams or Juanita
Graham, 754-0631.


scientific paper and sponsor-
ship by an academy member.
Ott practices in Plant City
with Sand Hill Bone and Joint,
an orthopedic specialty clinic
affiliated with South Florida
Baptist Hospital. She special-
izes in arthroscopic surgery,
knee ligament repair and
reconstruction, shoulder sur-
gery and female athlete care.

Silver Hawk And
His Flutes
Plant City's Dock "Silver
Hawk" Green, a local musician
who plays and manufactures
American Indian wooden
flutes, is taking part in a Native
American Flute Gathering in
Dade City this weekend.
Sponsored by the Florida
Native American Indian Soci-
ety, the event will take place
Sept. 25-26, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
-at the Withlacoochee River
Park, 12449 Withlacoochee
BlNd. Admission is free. -
Flute performances, sign-
ing, storytelling, dancing,
drumming, auctions, raffles
and demonstrations will be
part of the gathering. Vendors,
including flute makers, Native
American clothing, and an
assortment of food and
refreshments will be offered.
An authentic Creek Indian
village in the woods will be on
display, as well as a replica of
an 1850s Christian settlement.
Overnight camping is avail-
able.
For additional information
contact Dock Green Silver-
hawk at 754-8990 or e-mail:
slvhawk@aol.com.

-Compiled by Tony Marrero
and George H. Newman


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DAVE BUYENS/Photos
Above, Plant City High Schoo[ running back Derrick Hallback
tries to Wriggle out of the grasp of Riverview's Jason Harmon in
Friday's game. Hallback punished the Sharks defense, gaining
129 yards on 35 carries to help the Raiders come out on top, 14-
7. Right, Plant City's defense made it tough on the Sharks in
Riverview, forcing three fumbles and making numerous tackles
for losses or no gain, such as this stop by Sherrod Lott against
Riverview runner Will Ogorek.



Raiders Roll,


Knock Off Riverview


FACE WHARTON

WILDCATS FRIDAY
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
After starting the season
with two uplifting victories,
the Plant City Raiders have a
refreshing concern to deal
with this week: trying to avoid
a letdown.
The ingredients for one are
certainly there. Plant City is
playing a nondistrict game,
arid Wharton is certainly not
what the Raiders would
consider a rival. Also, while
the Raiders are 2-0, the Wild-
cats are 0-2 and have not
scored a point.
None of those factors bring
comfort to Raiders head coach
Todd Long.
"We've gotta be able to
handle success," he said. "It's
always better to be 2-0 than 0-
2 and to have a win in the dis-
trict under your belts. All of
those are good things, but it
can get pulled out from under
you in one week."
Many teams would be 0-2
playing the same opponents
Wharton has. Brandon beat


Sept. 3 King, canceled
Sept. 10 LK. REGION, W 49-20
Sept. 17 Riverview, W 14-7*
Sept. 24 Wharton
Oct.1 BLOOMINGDALE*
Oct. 8 BRANDON*
Oct. 14 East Bay*
Oct. 22 DURANT*
Oct. 29 Lakeland*
Nov. 5 George Jenkins
Asterisk (*) denotes district game.
Home games in caps. All games at 7:30 p.m.


Wharton 17-0 in the opener,
then last week Brandon
proved to be a force with an
incredible victory, 49-48, over
Jefferson. Hillsborough
dropped the Wildcats 21-0 on
Friday.
Against a Riverview team
that had had its way with the
Raiders of late, Plant City
dominated. With the excep-
tion of one quick 80-yard scor-
ing drive, the Sharks were
limited to less than 100 yards


of offense. Riverview was run-
ning. the same ground attack
that, combined with a big
offensive line, was able to
pound its way down the Raid-
ers' throats the last two sea-
sons.
But things were different
Friday in Plant City's 14-7 vic-
'tory.
Long said a lot of it was
mindset, something that
began with the decision to
have the first-team offenses
and defenses go against each
other during practice last
week.
"We had the is versus the is
and not against the scout
team. We basically challenged
the kids," Long said. "If they
wanted to win they were going
to have to play a physical


game, and they did. We con-
trolled the line of scrimmage."
Plant City controlled the
clock as well. The Raiders ate
up all but one minute of the
first quarter with a 19-play
drive. Derrick Hallback ran for
131 yards while Jason Brown
threw for 30 yards and ran for
50 more.
Riverview helped out with
three fumbles, recovered by
Jordan Strawn, Kalif Sheppard
and Scott Williams. Plant City
did not turn the ball over in
the victory.
The Raiders will try to keep
the running game going on
Friday. In the season-opening
win over Lake Region, 49-20,
Hallback ran for 162 of Plant
City's 352 yards on the
ground.


After making the state finals
in 2002, Wharton lost a ton of
seniors and fell off to a 5-5
season but was rarely blown
out.
This year, the 'Cats have
tried to pass the ball more but
have been unable to score.
Last week, Wharton seemed
headed to a scoreless halftime
tie against Hillsborough, but a
fumble led to a deflating Terri-
ers' touchdown with mere
seconds remaining.
Hillsborough then started
the third quarter with an 83-
yard touchdown drive to finish
the Wildcats.
Kickoff at Wharton is 7:30
p.m. Friday, then the Raiders
come home for a pair of dis-
trict contests with Blooming-
dale and Brandon.






20 THE COURIER SEPTEMBER 23, 2004


SHARP CUTS



Plant City-Durant


Game Looms Large


We have some catching up
to do. There was no sports
section last week, and not
because I was on vacation.
Our Courier deadlines were
moved up a few days due to
the most recent (and please,
last for a while) hurricane
scare leaving no room to
cover the first week of
football games accurately.
What we have learned in
these first couple weeks of
football is that, most cer-
tainly, Oct. 22 is a date
everyone must have circled.
That's when Plant City will
host Durant in what could
turn out to be a battle for a
playoff spot.
If Lakeland is as good as it
looks, and the pollsters
made the Dreadnaughts No.
2 this week, then Plant City-
Durant could be for second
place. The Raiders' win over
Riverview Friday already has
the potential for massive -
and good for Plant City -
district implications.
However, that eye-
opening win Brandon had
Friday against Jefferson had
to have the rest of the Class
5A-District 7 coaches rolling
their eyes, maybe giving
their foreheards a little
smack.

Spraying to all fields
As we projected, district
play has for the first time
become a true challenge for
the Durant volleyball team.
The Cougars lost for a
second time to Sarasota
Riverview last week, at home
and in straight sets.
Plant City has been
promising, and last week
grabbed its first two victories
of the season.
Speaking of promising
Raiders, we must mention
Stephanie Barker. As a
freshman swimming in her
first high school meet, Baker
broke the school record in
the 100-meter butterfly.
Check Barker and her Raider
teammates out tonight, if
you can, versus Newsome at
the Brandon Sports and
Aquatic Center, formerly
known as the Brandon Swim
& Tennis Club.
And more good news for
Raider fans: the boys golf


DAREK
SHARP

team topped its rival,
Durant, recently, and after
losing its first match against
powerhouse Newsome the
Raiders rolled off four wins
in a row.
Plant City's top two golfers
have been Chad Ballantyne
and Daniel Ruel, both
averaging around a 40 per
nine holes. Ballantyne shot a
36 against Brandon last
week. The Raiders and
Cougars square off again on
Oct. 12 at Walden Lake. The
day before that, Plant City
faces Plant in a makeup of
one of the hurricaned-out
events.
One last note on that topic
(did I mention hopefully no
more hurricanes?): When
Hillsborough County
decided to completely cancel
all its week one football
action, apparently the
powers that be for Florida
high school athletics would
have liked a different course.
On Tuesday, the Florida
High School Athletic Associ-
ation issued a short yet
carefully-worded memo.
They "STRONGLY URGE" (I
threw in the CAPS just to
give you the vibe) that
schools work to schedule
makeup games.
In fact, the FHSAA has
changed the rules for how
often a football team is
allowed to play within a
certain time span. Now, a
team can play three games
in eight days.
But since none of the first
week's games were district
contests, I just don't see the
Raiders and Cougars scram-
bling to squeeze them in.
The urge isn't quite THAT
strong, guess you could say.
Catch up to you later.


DAVE BUYENS/Photo
Durant High School fullback Matt Stwan races past the defense on his way to a 42-yard touch-
down run in the Cougars' 51-14 victory over Bloomingdale. Stwan, a senior, has rushed for 483
yards and six touchdowns in Durant's first two games. The Cougars host East Bay Friday night.


Win Moves Cougars Into State's Top 10


NEXT UP: EAST BAY
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The Durant football team
vaulted back into the state
rankings this week, the prod-
uct of two blowout wins to
start the season.
The Cougars might not be
running at the same level the
2003 state semifinalist squad
was yet but there are cer-
tainly signs that might eventu-
ally happen.
Durant looks to post
another sign on Friday when
East Bay comes to town, lick-
ing its wounds after getting
drilled, 42-13, by Lakeland last
week. Lakeland led 28-0 at the
half before easing up.
Despite that result, Durant
head coach Mike Gottman
knows he'll be in for a test.
East Bay is Gottmah's old
school, and he and the Cou-
gars handed them a defeat
that turned out to be an
important one last season.
East Bay knocked off Lakeland
and Riverview, two of the dis-
trict's top three teams, last
year, but the 28-10 loss to
Durant ended up keeping the
Indians out of the playoffs.
Most coaches would down-
play a circumstance such as
going up against their former


Sept. 3 Plant, canceled
Sept.10 BLAKE, W 44-10
Sept.17 Bloom., W 51-14*
Sept. 24 EAST BAY*
Oct. 1 BRANDON*
Oct. 8 WHARTON
Oct.15 Lakeland*
Oct. 22 Plant City*
Oct. 29 RIVERVIEW*
Nov. 5 Middleton
Asterisk (*) denotes district game.
Home games in caps. All games at 730 p.m.


school, but Gottman says he's
fired up.
"Heck yeah, it's important,"
he said. "I know Coach (Brian)
Thornton and I are ready.
We're competitive right down
to the bone."
And that's no pun intended;
East Bay runs the wishbone
offense as it always has under
Thornton.
The Cougar wing-T offense
has been virtually unstop-
pable, averaging 47 points a
game led by running back
Matt Stwan. After his 288 yards
on just 12 carries in Durant's
first win, 44-0, over Blake,


Stwan went for 171 yards and
three scores as the Cougars
whipped Bloomingdale, 51-
14, on Friday.
Though not called upon to
throw often, quarterback Chip
Bowden has been dependable,
completing eight of 13 passes
for 221 yards and four touch-
downs. Bowden hit Malcolm
Shaver for a 66-yard touch-
down early on against Bloo-
mingdale to send Durant on-
its way.
"We knew Stwan was going
to be good," Gottman said.
"He's got good speed for a full-
back, and great balance. You
give him just a little crease and
he'll take it. And when the
linebackerss and DBs come
up to take him on, he's strong
enough to get out of those
tackles."
On defense, the Cougars
will have to go without start-
ing linebacker Junior Smith,
who was in a car accident
Monday. Smith was 's life was
not in danger, the car flipped
over and he was severely
bruised and required stitches.
Durant, which did not denim
the state rankings until aftex
its win against Lakeland last
year, started 2004 unranked.
With Friday's win over Bloo-
mingdale, the Cougars shot
into the top 10 at No. 6.


Durant High School To Hold Fieldhouse Fundraiser, Barbecue Dinner Next Friday


'WE NEED BIG-TIME HELP'
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Having a solid weighlifting program
has become increasingly important in
high school athletics, especially for
football.
Durant's football team has the
weights they need, but not necessarily
where they need them.
The Cougars have no fieldhouse,


something that is in the process of
being corrected. Next week, the school
is hoping for a big turnout at its foot-
ball game with Brandon for a fund-
raiser.
Before that home game, Durant will
hold a barbecue dinner with proceeds
going toward building a fieldhouse.
Tickets are $6 each for the dinner,
which includes pulled pork supplied
by Rick's Meats.
"This is a start, but we need big-time
help, corporate support," said head


football coach Mike Gottman.
Gottman said $150,000 is needed to
build the facility.
If things go well, the funding will be
in place early 2005, and ground can be
broken in March.
The proposed facility would be built
in the area adjacent to the visitor
grandstands in the football stadium.
Not only would it have locker rooms
for the football team, but it would have
space for the other outdoor sports
squads as well.


"You go to Lakeland High School,
they've got a pretty good facility," Got-
tman said. "We have to pull weights
out from a storage room. We have to
share them, and a lot of times we have
to chase out another team that's using
the room."
Tickets for next Friday's dinner can
be prepurchased at the school or
picked up the night of the event.
Durant will have a tailgate-party envi-
ronment next week starting at 6:30
p.m.


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 03-89
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ELIZABETH I. HOGANS
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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estate of Elizabeth i.
Hogans, deceased, File No.
03-89, is pending in the Cir-
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County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
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1110, Tampa, Florida33601.
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of the personal representa-
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resentative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other ersons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated
claims, on whom a copy of
this notice is served must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OFA COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ONTHEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and persons hav-
ing claims or demands
against the decedent's es-
tate, including unmatured
contingent or unliquidated
claims, must filetheir claim
with this Court WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publi-
cation of this Notice is Sep-
tember 23,2004.
Attorney for Personal
Representative
Judy A. Romano Esq.
Florida Bar No. 881200
6719 Winkler Rd, Ste 112
Ft. Myers, Florida 33919
Telephone: (239)437-5378
Personal Representative
Margaret Wingfield
2601 E.23rd Avenue
Tama, Florida 33605
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NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with the pro-
visions of Florida law, there
being due and unpaid
charges for which the un-
dersigned is entitled to sat-
isfy an owner's lien of the
good hereinafter described
and stored at Uncle Bob's
Self Storage located at:
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City Florida 33563.
813-159-9526. And, due no-
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13,2004 at9:30am.
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JOHNNIEM.DEMPS
Household goods, boxes
GARY BRENTS
Household goods
FRANCINE MOSLEY
Household goods,
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LEON CLAUSE
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NOTICEis herebygiven
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BREWINGTON'S TOWING
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Street, Plant City FL 33566,
will conduct a sale for cash
to the highest bidder.
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right to bid, or will other-
wise dispose of the
following:
1985 Oldsmobile4Dr
Vin# 1G3BV69YXF9036188
1991 Dodge2Dr
Vin# 1B3XP24DOMN622496
1994 Nissan 4Dr
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1990 Dodge 4Dr
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1994 Dodge 4Dr
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1992 Toyota 4Dr
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1997 BMW 4Dr
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2000 Chevrolet UT
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1964 Ford 4Dr.
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09/23/04
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
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on Friday, October 1,2004
at 3:00pm at A-1 U-STORE-
IT, located at 3010 S. Jim
Redman Parkway, Plant
City, Florida, will conduct a
sale to the highest bidder
or otherwise dispose of the
contents of rental units:
# 07 LOWERY: Old car
#320 COLLOPY: Misc items
#318 EPPS: Furn, Desk &
Chair, misc.
#209 MAYES: Furn, misc
items
#202 HAMILTON: Toddler
bed, Misc items
#113 MEETH: Furn, com-
puter misc.
#133 IARGRETT: Furn
#130 SAXION: Furn, misc
items
#433 BAKER: Desk, small
Refrig
#622 CALHOUN: Misc items
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satisfy a Landlords Lien
Tammy Venable
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98-149
Real Estate

98 RealEstate I
General
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Your Lot! Best Builder
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from mid $60's Sharon
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Gary N. Gould Realty
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99 Real Estate
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100 Ientral I
""iTampa
Seminole Heights 3br,
1.5ba, 1.5cg + fam rm
C.B., oak firs new pain
in & out 1606sf, Sell for
$159,0 obo. 1107 E
Chelsea. 813-237-8594
YBOR CITY Investor's
dream. 2br, lba, wood
frame new everything,
great tenants. Appr val-
ue $105k. Selling $90.5k.
813-598-0088
1101 South Tampa I
BAYSHORE BEAUTIFUL
New Listing! 5 BR/5.5 BA
3616SF, 1991 build (root
will last to Sept 2021 + ),
renovated in 2003, in
pristine cond.,. dry
n/out during hurricane
season! Wht Kit cabs/
ctr tops, french doors
galore, 4 distinct phone
lines, gas htd pool/spa,
prk for 6 + cars. A
tucked away GEM in So.
Tampa! Priced to sell
(price per sq ft is less
then other recent 04
home sales in area) Rdy
for immed move in, in
time for the Holidays!
$899K-3.5 comm to
realtors. Flyer at 3031
Asbury P1813-625-9375
DAVIS ISLAND 1900sf,
3/1,640 Hudson Ave.
Large lot 109x129.
Soldas is.
$450,000 OBO.
Call 813-625-4095
1102 Nortwest I
Carrollwood North 3br
2ba 2cg Exc. Cond, New
dbl hngWindow, French
Drs, New Carpet in Bdrs,
Tile thru, Lrg End Pool,
$190,000 *-813-269-0962
TOWN & COUNTRY
3br/2ba, 2000 sqft,
convenient location, big
yard, no brokers. Owner
nnancing.
Owner 813-931-5761
i03 I Northeastl
1""I New Tampa

CORY Lake New! Ready in
Nov. 4/3/3, study, pool/
spa, 2981sf, $447K &
3/3/2, study, 2723sf,
$379K. Major upgrades.
813-309-8729/994-8073
NEW Tampa 4,2' 2 2400
sf, fenced, scrnd patio,
pool tables, spa, wood-
en playset, 2 story, pur-
go & ceramic 1st fir.
3259,900. No agents.
13-Want A631-1029.
Want Ads


I 3 INortheast/
103New Tampa

NEW TAMPA, WEST
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
TEMPLE TERRACE Area
3/2 Block home w/CHA,
$115K nice nbrhood.
4429 Pompano Dr.
Drive by then call Sam for
Appt 813-917-1515

104 Hillsborough




BRANDON 4Br 2ba 2cg
Grandfather Oaks,
1600sf, Screened Lanai,
Sprinklers, Quiet South
Brandon Subdivision,
$157,500 *813-684-9753
BRANDON OPEN HOUSE,
3/2/2 w/pool, .35 acre,
walk to A+ schools. No
deed restrict. Family
ready must see. Sat &
Sun 12-4p 710 Bama Rd.
813-657-9072 $179.9K
EAST BLOOMINGDALE
The Greens. 2700sf, 4BR,
3BA, scrnd pool, sir heat,
hrdwd fir, tile.
$1,800/mo. incl. yard &
pool svc. 813-277-4953
FAIRGROUNDS AREA
3br,2ba CHA, new carpet
& paint, screened porch,
big yard. $94,900. Lease
option poss. 661-2026
83-956-6871 956-6872
HISTORIC
DISTRICT, Plant City
Brand New Home 3/2,
903 W. McLendon, Many
upgrades, kitchen light-
ing, apple, tile, carpet,
l large LR, DP laundry
front prch. Lots of
shady. 813-763-0872
RIVERVIEW, 102 Acres,
4br, 2ba, 24x30 garage,
breezed way, no deed
restrict close to schools
& 1-75, $189,000.
813-677-5040
RIVERVIEW, Lake St.
Charles in Lexington
Sbdv. Exec 4/3/3,
2212sf,fen yrd sprinkler
&secsys. FSB6$229,500
813-494-3940
RIVERVIEW RIVERGLEN
3BR/2BA/2G (2001) CB
home-lg It/culdesac,
bldr warranty $185,000
EHO (813) 677-4064
BY OWNER
SEFFNER Beautiful 3br,
2ba, lc, Mint Cond. Scn
patio, frncd yrd, ceramic
tile appl. $129900 BJ
Pickens, Sle & Stes

SEFFNER New by Con-
tractor, 3/2/1, all appli-
ances, many upgrades,
approx 130 sf living, g
lot $130K.813-933-9779.
293 1930.629-7883.
1114 Waterfront
TAMPA BAY-(4)5 ACRE +
WATERFRONT, START
AT $750K obo. CALL
PAUL F. SAVICH BRK.
813-664-1666
1116PIManatee I
BRADENTON WATER-
FRONT PROPERTY. Built
1995 3br/2ba Boat dock,
rit, view 4Smin t6
Tampa, $99k wwwA.
manateehomes.com







%SEP7EMBER 25,'2004 *rMECOMEW~fr'


11211 Condominiumi
Dunedin Open House Sun
9/12 & Sun 9/19 11a-4p
1089 Loch Haven Dr. S.
updates 2bd ilba shower
stall, scrn patio, gar.
$79,900.727-798-320
South Tampa Mariner
Luxury wtrfrnt, Ig 2BR,
2 12 BAw/priv. balconies
kitchen w/granite tops
lots of storage. $408,000.
Call 813-286-9721
125 Homnesites &

LOTS FOR RENT! Move In
Special! Briarwood Mo-
bile Home Comm. 4002
Smith Ryals Rd, Plant
City. 813-737-2110.
SEFFNER-Mclntosh Lake
Estates 1 acree
lakefront lot, on 45 acre
lake, deed restricted.
Asking $149,000
813-503-5348
WANT TO BUY
Building Lots.
Terry D. Speer Construc-
tion Inc. (813) 764-8030
1126 | Acreage I
HAMILTON COUNTY FL
-(5,708/- Acres), 700+ /-
Acres of private phos-
phate lakes. Duck, Huge
Bass, Bream & Crappie.
Will not divide. $1,575
per acre. (478)960-6885
NW FL, CALHOUN CO.550
acres of tim-
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$3500/acre. Call Chuck
(Coldwell Banker Wil-
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comhtt://.www.dix.
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Southeast Hillsborough-
492 Acres, Nice Manu-
factured Home, Creek.
Asking $10K Per Acre
obo. Call Paul F. Savich
BRK. 813-664-1666
no Florida Real
138 1 Estate

Grand Opening Land
Sale! FLORIDA 5 acres
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ings on gorgeous coun-
try acreage near Oran-
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Sines, palms & fruit
trees w/miles of bridle
paths. Next to new golf
course Great financing,
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Call now (866)352-2249,
x 248 filandbar-
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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
BREAK OUT OF THE CITY
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MLS#747208
MLS#747220
MLS#747217 Offered by
Carri-Anne Powell,
AgentThompson Group,
Inc. Broker/owner
1352-378-4814 Car
ri@NFLLAND.com
River Bargain with direct
access to the Harris
Chain of Lakes in Lake
County. 3BR/3BA, Large
Workshop, Screened La-
nai with new hottub. Re-
cently remodeled. Boat
house with dock and
boat lift. Extra water-
front lot included.
$279,000.352- 694-2345


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706-379-1332
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Mobile Home I
1501 Sales

12x61, Plant City, Manitee
1972 M.H. Remodeled 8
yrs ago. Converted from
3/2 to 2/1. Big bath,
kitchen & living rm. All
new cabinets & plywood
floors. No rotten Wood.
Paint & Wallpapaer, 4
ton pack A/C works exc.
Stove & Micro, D/W,G/D
& vert blinds. Prof
installed roofover. Must
See. Serious inqONLY.
g reat Deal $4,000.
13-478-2977
14 & 16 Wides New 05's
Low as $24,900
Del- Set up AC Skirt
More Sq. Feet for the $$
Banks -(863) 688-4635
Lakeland Nearl-4&98
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PLANT CITY, In adult park
3BR/1BA screened
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ity room. 813-659-4404
or 813-365-0313
Sheldon Rd Area 3br,2ba
in family mobile park.
Owner financing.
2 813-748-8588
180
Commercial Prop.
Lease

I180B Ofc Space
I .18 ILease

350 sf office space ,-a
1804 W. Baker St..
Excellent Location.
(813) 764-8030
Arbor Ridge Prof. Park.
2 new ofc suites avail.
BB Downs & Bearss Ave.
1500 sf ea or total bidg
Call 813/917-9518
Or 813/917-9468
jripa@ripatampa.com
HYDEPARK
Historic restored
Victorian house. Circa
1898, 2nd fir, 1800 sf, 6
office suite, 2 bathrms, 1
fp 1, 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
Warehouse
180D Business
Park Space
LUTZ, Excellent location
1641 US 41, 1600sf, re-
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Rentals

12001 Rooms/Rent I
Efficiencies & rooms for
rent, Day/Week. Down-
town location. Apply
Wilson Ct Motel 31 N.
Thomas 813.752-1227
I Accom. To
202 Share

Harbor Island, Big BR
w/huge walk-in closet, 2
pools, 2 jacuzzi's, 2
workout facial. sec. gate
Free cable. $625/mo. +
$50 util. 813-228-6869
LOWRY PARK AREA 4BR
to share with pool, AC.
Half utilities, no pets.
$470/mo.
Contact Natalie
813-931-9638
1 204 | Apts. Furn.
BAYSHORE-1 block
beautifully remodeled
studio w/pool. Utilities
& deluxe pkg satellite
incl. $800/mo. Immed.
occup. 813-220-2736
HARBOUR ISLAND 2BR,
2BA, 2CG, beautifully
furnished, gated balcony
overlooks ake, W/D, tile,
carpet comm. pool and
more. breat location,
Downtown, Channelside.
$1,0950.813-335-4889
RIVERVIEW Effiency, 1
person only, $145/wk.
1st, last & security.
Utilities included.
No pets.
813-651-3770

i5m Unfurnished

Apollo Beach Waterfront!
Like New 2/1 Condo,
Boat Slip Available, 55 +
Comm., No Pets. Won't
last at $950/mo!
(813)645-1485
WantAds
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, Laundry rm. 1yr
ease. $550/mo, $500
damage sec dep. Abso-
lutelyNO PETS.Spencer
Ct Apts, Plant City. Avail
9/14/04.813-754-1197
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's&
1DR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
PLANT CITY efficiency
cabin room A/Cappli-
ances. NO PETS $249
mo. 813-659-2666 or
813-785-6393
SEMINOLE Hgts Historic
1920s, 3br 2ba Bungalow
2300sf, wood floors,
high Ceilings,
$1,195/mo + Deposit
813-961-9616
SOUTH TAMPA, Vintage
duplex. Lg 2/1, LR, DR,
sunrm, hardwd firs,
CHA, off St. pkg, Idry.
Garage apt. also avail.
$750/$600813-323-3727
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
for move-in specials
call 813-988-6112
Want Ads
FREE': MONTHS RENT
MOVE-IN BY 9,;30
1 & 2 BR's, Nice & Clean
Plant City
813-754-2200
TOWNSGATE APTS
WESTPORT COMMONS
SEC. 8 APTS/NEW!
1-2-3 Bedrooms
Dishwasher, carpeting.
laundry room, central
a. c, playground.
gatedcommunity.
SE HABLA ESPANOL
Call Connie:
(813) 254-1436 or
254-5816
20 Duplex/
"" 1Triplex
PLANT CITY 2brdup.
Nice Neighborhood
No pets 813-310-0720
Plant Ctv .2BR 1 BA du-
ple,. w 1 hoo0-up. mi-
r r, % ,.,. tlW e i& carpel.
Ihijfmnr $400dt13,."ir
tI) 752 7376
Plant Cit, N'w Or. -'bi.
,:rjainic tIld. all appil
anr:. cr.nenenmien li'a-
ton. $750 m,-:. i $50')
dero.t1l i8]3 764-i8030
19 Houses I
20-" IFurnished I

DOVER, HORSE LOVES
DREAM.1 7i)00 so :r I
acre 1 3i a h:,rsi
rancr, I 1.5BR IBA 6':'
iq it FR iacu'; tlU,1
rri lt plus ele'-tri,,:.
A I'1 205 1,)77
SOUTH SHORE Furn..h.,1
v'iat,-r.'ri' villa ii n :,rid
clIa ,. Mi Bay *n.:,rt
iermS4.O000,.'m or I.:.n,-
M ns to 1-75, 813-417-6522


29 Furnished

WEEK WACHEE- 2BR,
2ba, 2cg, golf course,
gated community, no
maint pool, 30 mins
from gampa.$1200/mo.
(970) 587-9847
19n| Houses
21 Ufurnished

APOLLO Beach. Brand
new 2400 sq ft lakefront
home on 1/2 acre, 4br 3ba
2cg, no pets. Avail 10/1,
1st, last, security, $1500
mo. Possible lease op-
tion. 813-757-0788.
BRANDON 3bd, 2ba,2cg
comp. remodeled, fncd
yard lawn serv incl. NO
PETS/smoking $1,175
/month + sec dep. Call
813-651-0302 393-6429
BRANDON 4br 2ba 2cg,
Fireplace, 2000sf, New
Carpet, Fresh Paint,
Like New2 $1,395/mo
AM* 813-363-6593
Evenings 813-641-0888
Brandon/Providence
Lakes 4br,2ba,2cg,
2100sf, 3yr old home in
quiet cul-de-sac. Ideal
location. Only $1400/mo
813-340-0501 231-7922
BRANDON/RIVERVIEW
APOLLO BEACH
3/2 Pool access $925/mo.
3/2 pool access $875/mo
3/2/21500 sf$1150/mo.
Signature Realty
Joe Austin 813-681-5366
CARROLLWOOD 3br 2ba
2200sf split beautiful
fenced bkyd on pond,
W/D, garden tub. Quiet
area off Hudson. $1500
813-426-5633
CHEVAL Country Club
Living 4/3/3 split plan in
gated comm, over sized
pool & over sized consv
lot. $2199/mo Please
call Bob @727-409-3368
Countryway: Beautiful
3br, 2ba, 2cg on rg fncd
crnr lot. Alappl inc.
Wd & tiled firs; custom
closets. $1250/mo plus
$900/sec. 813-891-6398
DOVER, CUTE, Ibr/lba,
h/a, part furn, nice quite
neigorhood, fenced
yard, $475.813-477-4646
EASTTAMPA 2 & 3 bdrm
homes, renovated, new
kit & bath, new carpet &
ceramic tile, CHA, sec 8
voucher re'd. Realjy
nice. 813-601-4877
FISHHAWK RANCH Home
for rent. Avail Oct 1st,
4br,2ba, 1400sf, walking
distance to elementary,
pool, & skate park.
$1300/mo 813-810-6815
Forest Hills 2 Bedroom
Home For Rent. Large
fenced-in yard, quiet
neighborhood.
S900/mo.
813-969-4443
LAND 0 LAKES, 3 br, 2
bath home near Lake
Myrtle School.
900/month. Lutz-LOL
Realty, 813-996-3478
NEW SUBDIVISION
GRAND OPENING!
OPEN MON-SAT 10-5PM,
SUN 12-5PM.
Masonry 3-4 br, 2ba
w/gar. Low down, Low
monthly payments,
easy qualifying. 56th
Street, go 2 blks W. on
Sligh.
Aerican Housing
(813)264-9950
Plant City: lbr w/air,
very clean. $90/wk.
863-647-5008; 398-2651
PLANT CITY,3br, 2ba, car-
port, frpl, new carpet.
$875/mo. degp &app fe-.
no pets, 986-3302 or
748-8641
Plant City in town
2BR/1BA, CB home,
CH/A $600 month plus
deposit, references &
credit check. 752-8361
Plant City in town
2BR/1BA, CB home,
CH/A $600 month plus
deposit, references &
credit check. 752-8361
RIVERVIEW 3br 2ba 2cg,
Great Neighborhood,
Close to Riverview High
School, 1/2 ac fenced lot,
I$,050/mo $500 Dep
813-633-6433
Riverview, Lake St.
Charles Lovely 3br, 2ba
w/ den, 2cg. corner lot,
fncd bkyd comm. pool
tennis crt, fitness trl.
$1275/mo. + 1st & Sec.
813-841-2610
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS, 2/2
1200sf, tile firs, bidet, ja-
cuzzi, lots of room.
$900/mo +1 mo dep & 1
mo sec 727-251-2682 af-
ter 5; 813-679-7662
SOUTH TAMPA
2/1 duplex $575.
2/1.5Townhouse 750
3/1.5 Townhouse 875
2/1 Home, FR $775
2/1 Home, LR, DR $775
2/2.STownhouse $ 1750
3/2 Home, FR $1750
4/3FR/fp $1950
(al Bartley 813-837-2495
SOUTH TAMPA
Cute 3br, 2ba, 1100sf to-
tally refurbished, W&D
hookup, all tile. 3108 Van
Buren $975/mo.+ dep.
Cute 3br, 2ba, totally re-
furbished, W&D hookup,
all tile carport 4102 W
Leila. $875/mo. + dep.
813-380-6800 639-9327
CLASSIFIED
WORKS!


910 I Houses |
210 Unfurnished

TAMPA HEIGHTS, 1700sf,
New Bungalow 3br 2ba,
fenced yard, W/D Hkup,
$1,200/mo+ Deposit
9 813-545-9410
Tampa Palms 3BR 2 i/z BA
1CG TH. Emerald Point
1676sf. 1 year old -
like new. Avail. 10/1
$1350 F/S.
i 813-503-98019
TEMPLE TERRACE 1400sf,
W/D,140x240yd, Navajo
Ave, 3br, 2ba, $425/incl
water. 1st last & sec.
Credit (17) 693-1931
813-300-4843
WESLEY CHAPEL-3/2, Ig
lot, cul-de-sac fncd, sec
sys, Whirlpool tub, exc
move-in cond. 1.5 mi to
1-75. Call after 5pm
$1,450/mo 813-973-0728
WESLEY CHAPEL Brand
new 2 story waterfront
3br,2.5ba,2c0 + bonus
rm, 2400sf, $1575/mo.
27744 Sugar Loaf Dr
813-264-9237
1212|1Condominiuml
Carrollwood Village 2/2,
2nd floor, split plan,
1100sf, pool, tennis
court, private balcony
facing pond covrd prkg &
outside storage area.
Inc W/D refrig. &
range. No Pets, 12 mo.
lease. $875/mo. IncI.
water & cable + deposit.
Avail after Oct 1st
Call 813-235-6655
NORTH TAMPA, Bavari-
an Village very nice
900sf lbr/lba w/balco-
ny incl all apple + W/D,
newly remod, $575/mo
813-966-6232
SOUTH TAMPA, 2nd sto-
ry, 2br/2ba w/DW, WD,
pool, near Britton Plaza.
Very quiet gated
community. $800/mo
813-831-4844
SOUTH TAMPA Corner of
Church & Azeele, 2br,
2ba, 1st floor private
yard, $1100 sf,
$1100/mo Available Oct
1. Call 813-348-6375
TOWN N' COUNTRY
North Bay Village Condo
1100sf, gated comm,
2br/2ba, screen patio,
very clean, $895/mo
813-661-9068
1212A Townhouse I
Land O'Lakem Wesley Ch
New 30r. 36a TH. comm
pool & amenities, water-
Hront, ceiing fans,
$975.'m,-nti deposit.
813 -299R98239 94-2396
PINELLAS Executive
Twnhs, gated 2 story
3/2.5/2 w/ 2 FP's, consv
front, lake Tarpon back,
Comm pool and tennis.
727-815-1920
South Tampa, Bayshore
Point, gated, 3br/2.5ba/
lcg, granite cntr tops,
2nd fIr deck, garden tub,
security syst, pool, ten-
nis, 1693 sft$1500mo.
Jane813-258-3200
SOUTH TAMPA NEW -, 2
br, w/office 2.5ba, 2CG,
sec sys, 2100 sqft, W/D
incl. $1494/mo.
Avaiabole NOW
813d-220-6456
Town & County Area
Close to Expwy wntwn
& AFB. Lovely TH in exc.
cond. 2br,2baw/l mas-
ter. Updated kit, file fls,
fncd & tiled courtyard.
Only$1200 permo.
Neal Bartley Realty
813-837-2495



MHs. 1 mile S of 14 on
Forbes Rd. 813-752-5234
BROOKESVILLE/
BUSHNELL Rent to own!
55+ Withlacoochee
Riverfront park. 1 Br, 1
ba, fishing dock, boat
ramp, clubhouse .Bingo.
Nice neig hors.
Beautiful Oaks &
Cypress trees. ;395/mo.
+ up. Tim at
813-766-5408
DURANT, 2br/lba, new
appliances shady park.
813-737-2435
DURANT 3br, 1.5Sba MH
w/CHA Completely Fur-
nished, NO PETS! Ref's,
$400/mo + $200 Dep.
12-6pm; 813-737-2320
DURANT Area 2BR/2BA
private lot NO PETS,
w813-737-2108
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-
5prm M-F 813-754-6932
PLANT CITY, 2BRI1BA on
large lot, NO PETS, Dam-
age depoist required,
813-752-0698
Plant City Mob. Hm 3Br
2B, $575/mo + dep. 3707
Bruton Rd. 813-754-2124
SPRINGHEAD: clean, very
nice, 2/2 CHA No pets
ref req'd,$13dwk, $375
dep.863-670-1924
THONOTOSASSA. Small
family park, 2 & 3
bedroom mobile homes
for rent. No dogs, no
washers. 813-986-3833
or 659-2274


Mobile
215 Homes

TRAPNELL Area,
2BR/2BA, CH/A, 14X70
on V/ ac private lot $140
wk plus $400 deposit.
NO PETS 813-754-1743
or 813-478-3108
VALRICO 2/1 in 55 and
older park. Clean quiet.
$385/mo.+ $300 deposit.
Includes water, sewer,
garba e, A/C.
Cal 1813-267-2672
12n0 I Travel Trailer
"0I Lots For RentI

Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's &
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932

CLASSIFIED CAN!
Searching for a place to
put your talents to work?
classified can get the job
done! And if you're hir-
ing we can introduce
you to applicants of ev-
ery kind. Turn to our
&ages you'll find that
Classified has a position
open in every profession
I Retirement
t9s | Rentals
SENIOR RENTAL UNITS
Riverfront, 1 bdrm., 1
bath, Withlacoochee
River $395 month, 1
month free with 1 year
lease, 10 miles to
Brooksville 7 miles to
Bushnell, Fishing Dock,
Boat Ramp, .Clubhouse,
Beautiful Wooded Set-
ting, Friendly Neigh-
bore, 813-766-5408 Tm,
Manager.
I'. Waterfront
I" Rentals

WHY RENT?
Waterfront Luxury with
full resort amenities
from $2600/month.
Flexible Credit
Optional-leaseback
1-727-531-2525 x1
Clearwater Cay Club
SHORTTerm Rentals. Clw
Bch/Bay & Mainland.
Furn condos & houses.
Wkly & mo. rates avail.
Executive Inc.
727-461-6000
Classified-the most effi-
cient, effective, economi-
cal & user-friendly infor-
mation system available
to help you buy, sell or
find the goods and
services you need'
Vacation
2321 Places

DIRECT OCEANFRONT.
Enjoy breathtaking
views of the Atlantic
Ocean from the living
room, dining room,
kitchen and master bed-
room of this beautifully
decorated, 2BR/2BA,
second-floor vacation
condo. Elegantly fur-
nished and fully ap-
pointed; just bring your
suitcase. One-month
minimum rental. Call
Troy at Triangle Realty
Rentals and mention
code "Getaway".
386-547-9739 or 800-
358-2943.
250-299
Employment
Services

1290 | Jobs Wanted
WILL HAUL Trash, Junk
Clean Sheds,Yd & Tires,
Anything! I'LL DO IT.
737-3351 763-3745
Seasoned Accountant is
seeking employment. FT
or PT. 813-661-2290 or
greek22@verizon.net
Want Ads
I WANT LAWNS TO MOW.
FREE ESTIMATE
813-754-3130
300-390
Employment

13051 Professional
Property Manager Natl
Prop Mgmt Co is search-
ing for a Property Man-
ager to join St Pete
team. Must be exp in all
phases of apt opera-
ions. Strong computer
and org skills reqd.
Great employment
package including
health ins 401(k) and
PTO. QuaI applicants
can submit their resume
to hireadmin@
bellsouth.net.
Property Mgmt St Pete
apt comm has immed
openings for leasing and
maintenance. Prior
leasing exp preferred;
maint requires HVAC.
Fax resumes to (727)
823-8288 or for more
details, please call
(727)822-2095.
Supervisor, Production
Control: Supervise and
coordinate activities of
workers in the produc-
tion and manufacturing
process of replica
dinosaurs. Requires
High School diploma & 7
yrs experience in the job
offered. Send resume
to: Dinosaur World, Inc.,
5145 Harvey Tew Road,
Plant City, FL 33565.


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Cal Dooh-83 75- 0712*or Dadline: Wednesday


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24 THE COURIER SEPTEMBER 23,2004


1305 1 Professional
TEACHERS
Rapidly growing 25 yr. old
educational organiza-
tion seeks highly moti-
vated, experienced, cre-
ative, professional
teachers for science and
reading. Must be certi-
fied and desire working
in a non-traditional set-
ting of small classes
with high school youth.
Substitute Teachers
needed for all subjects.
SECURITY GUARD
Experienced Security
Guard able to communi-
cate effectively with
students and staff.
Fax (727) 859-0834, or
mail resume to Richard
Milburn Academy, 7545
Little Road New Port
Richey, FL 34654.
AA/EOE
1315 Insurance
Comm'l Lines CSR-exp'd.
Independent P&C Agcy.
220/440 License.
813-752-4155 or
colleen@poppell
insurance.com
1 320 |1 Medical

CNA'S
Loveable, Dependable,
caregivers, Autumn
AssistcLiving 1307 E.
Baker 813-752-1648
COLLECTOR for busy bill
ing office. Fax resume to
LI NCARE: 813-621-5810
LPN/RN
$2,000 SIGN ON BONUS
F/T 11p- 7a or
Weekend doubles avail
HEARTLAND OF
ZEPHYRHILLS
Benefits 30 days.
hrc-manorcare.com
813-788-7114 EOE DFWP
Medical- BRANDON
SURGERY CENTER
A progressive multi-spe-
cialty outpatient facili-
ty OR NURSE
Experience desired. Part-
time or Pool. No week-
ends. No call. No holi-
days. Call Administrator
@ 813-654-7771 or fax
resume to 813-654-3347.
SELLING YOUR CAMPER?
Place an ad in class 562
and see how many buy-
ers pop up
Substance Abuse Coun-
selor, P/T, Tampa. Non-
acute adult after care:
assessments, indiv &
group counseling. $25-
$30/r. CAP, state lic or
eligible. Resume with
email ad to 239-481-4240
|5 I Positions

NANNY P/T 15/20 hrs per
week. 3 Children in Wal-
den Lake. $8. per hour.
Need reference and
background check.
813-754-8777
13401 Hospitality I
Holiday Inn Express
Hiringaflexible
Guest Service Rep.
Apply in person:
2102 N Park Rd.
PlantCity.
KITCHEN HELP F/T. &
Waitresses Apply in per-
son Chancy Catfish
Shack, N. Park Rd
754-0477 or 752-7224
| Ctn clerical/ I
3501 Secretarial
AP/AIR- .-...$9 Plus
DATA ENTRY---to $10
RECEPTION.- to$8
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
RITA STAFFING
813-754-5997
Clerical/Data Entry
M-F9AM-6PM Quick
Books and 10-key exp
req'd. $8 hrto start. Call
813/986-4560.
Want Ads
DATA ENTRY, Immed.
opening, 35 hrs/wk incl.
1/2 day Sat. Fast paced
environment. Computer
exp req'd. Background
chk mandatory. Fax
resume 813-752-9701
1357 | Salons
Hair Dresser, Clientele
avail Exp-F/T 60%
commTues-Sat9-5
Donna's 685-7959
1360 Trades
ALUMINUM Installers Full
Time must have experi-
ence in screen & glass
rooms, carport & wood
framing. Sub-Contrac-
tor or Hourly.
Our trucks & tools are
yours. Call KEITH
13-717-9177
CABINET Maker/Lamina-
tor, speciality fab shop,
10 yrs exp, good bene's.
DFWP. Jim, 813-677-8790
CAKE DECORATOR F/T.
Min. 1 yr. Exp. Sam's
Club 813-805-6602
Carpenters/Painters
/Drywall- Immed. oppt.
for local work with multi-
skills. Own vehicles/
tools. Top dollar+
BENEFITS, Ins./401K/gas
allowance.813-386-3473
Drill Shaft Foreman
Salary based on Exp.
Exc. benefits. Must be
ableto read plans.
Class B CDLReq.EOE
Andy 813-707-6106


13601 Trades



Electricians & Helpers
Needed for Tampa area.
Must have exp. Immed
openings. DFWP Kappes
Electric813-477-9323





THIS
Fleet Maint. Supervisor-
Hands on for large bulk
carrier now has opening
for exp'd Manager. Min
3Ir!AFulbenespg.
3Call1-800 l741 -68f&
Hydrostatic Tester for
requalification of 4BW
lowpressure cylinders
direct expansion system
Apply in personal: 4,310
National Guard r.Plant
City, FL 813-752-4244
MAINT TECH. Needed for
large luxury apt homes
in akedland. rior exp.
nec. Must be AC cert.
Full med benefits, vac.&
bonuses. Fax resume
863-853-6975


THIS
Mechanic-Bulk carrier
has opening for exp'd
Tractor/Trailer Mech.
w/own tools. CDL Class
A +. M-F 7-5:30, Sat.
7-noon Full benespkg.
Call 1-800-741-6800
Need person to fuel, lube
& do oil changes on
heavy equipment Weld-
ing exp. apilus. Need fuel
certification for driving
truck 813-635-9007

JOIN


RIPA is Hiring
Exp. Track Hoe
Finish Dozer + Loder
Operators Needed
Top Dollar
813/662-6777
370 | Sales |
Sales Pro, sell company
owned real estate.
Strong sales exp req'd.
$35K + bonus = $80K.
No RE license req'd.
813-882-4585
1374 Security |



SECURITY- 25 OFFICERS
for A/C office bldgs,
$8-10/hr, wkly pay, med/
dental, pd vac, prom.
oppty's. Rovers $22,000
Plus. Fox Prot Svc.
289-8744 DFWP



Security Manager for
Tampa area. Fax resume
305-418-5007.
1- | Driver/
"'" Delivery

A DRIVING FORCE! Driv-
ers OTR Teams & Solo
Class A CDL Driver Re-
ferral/Safety Bonuses!
401K, Paid Vacation,
Medical/Dental, New
Equipment/Pay Pack-
age. Great Home Time!
1-877-882-6537 EOE
Oakley Transport, Inc.
COMPANY DRIVERS,
Home Every Weekend,
Regional S.E. Pd. Holi-
days & Benefits Shore-
line Transp. (877)208-
9176.
DRIVER, CDL Class A. RGN
hauling heavy equip.
State of Fl. M-F. Clean
DMV record, Exp. only
apply. Call Tom/Matt
813-752-0768
Driver COVENANT
TRANSPORT Teams and
Solos check out our new
pay plan. Owner Opera-
tors, Experienced Driv-
ers Solos, Teams and
Graduate Students. Call
(888)MORE PAY (1-888-
667-3729).
DRIVER/DELIVERY
Tech needed for the med-
ical equip ind. in the
Hillsb. Cty. area. Exp.
helpful, not req. Apply in
person Bane Medical
Svcs, 607 South Alexan-
der St., Plant City FL,
33563.
Driver-LOCAL
$1000 New Hire Bonus for
Experienced Drivers!
Class A CDL driving
opportunities oen in our
Class A CDL w/hazmat.
Must learn flatbed, 6
mo. driving exp.
hasoppeningsfor
Class A w/hazmat
and tanker end.
Recent grads welcome!
1-888-562-9065
driveccc.com
/ _


CLASSIFIED
IS CONVENIENT


375 Driver/
5I Delivery
DRIVERS- CDL A with
tanker & hazmat, 2 yrs
experienced. Regional
OTR tanker carrier.
Call 727-647-0864 or fax
DL & phone number to
727-781-2920. DFWP.
DRIVERS Class D Drivers
License. & Clean Record
for Dade City landscape
operation IMMEDIATE
HLP NEEDED! DFWP.
352-588-2235
DRIVERS LCT wants you!
Immediate processing
for OTR drivers, solos,
teams, CDLA/HAZ re-
uired. Great Benefits
9-04 Equipment Call
now 1-800-362-0159, 24
hrs

DRIVERS
Needed for Tow Truck
(Rollback) Class D Li
cere. ALSO Trainpoir
Druer CilaS- A COL.
G;,'d Jib-Mosti Local.
*ANisOWSKI'S fowUirG
813-754 1939
OTR DRIVERS NEEDED
Class A CDL. 24 mos exp
req'd. Beneftis avail
888-806-1100
TRUCK DRIVERS, Class A
CDL, $12-$14/hr. Call
813-677-1606, Gibsonton
g I Employment
380 General

A/C & Elect. Contractor
seeks help. No exp. nec.
Will train. 813-752-2468
AUTO Mechanic Needed.
Must Have own tools.
JANKOWSKI'S TOWING
813-754-1939
AVON Career or PT. Call
Jennifer, Avon indep.
sales rep. 813-989-3390
or 1-800-332-2340
Day maid/Porter needed
for Plant City area, M-F,
8-5, salary/benefits.
Call 800-438-7432
FENCE INSTALLERS
Good Bnfts, pay depend-
ing on exp. Apply at:
Danielle Fence Mfg.
4855 SR60 W., Mulberry-
813-681-6181
GENERAL LABOR
for Dade City landscape
company. IMMEDIATE
HELP NEEDED! DFWP.
352-588-2235
General Laborers,
Scaffolder Landscape.
$DAILY WORKS
$ DAILY PAYS
219 CookSt, Brandon FL
Labor Finders 654-0885
LAWN CARE CREW in
Dade City looking for
exp. help. IMMEDIATE
HELP NEEDED! Plenty of
room to move up. DFWP.
352-588-2235
PACKERS For plastic Co.
1st, 2nd & 3rd shifts
avail. Apply 1201 W. Dr.
MLK Blvd. Plant City
PACKERS- Plant City. 2nd
& 3rd shifts $7.01-
8.26/hr 813-655-5850.
PRODUCTION, all shifts-
Tempto hire
RITASTAFFING
813-754-5997
PROFESSIONAL THERA-
PEUTIC FOSTER Parents
Needed! Open your
Heart and Home to Emo-
tionally and Physically
Abused Children. Com-
pensation Ranges from
$14,000 to $45,000 a
Year. Call The Mentor
Network. 1-
800-808-9282 www.the-
mentornetworker.com
Sponsored by The Men-
tor Network. and the
State of Florida Depart-
ment of Children and
Families
Need Commercial & In-
dustrial Cleaning Peo-
ple. Painters & Lawn &
Landscaping Crew.
Experience Perferred
813-719-1031


80 nn eEmployment
u1 General
Dixie Staffing hiring for
Aluma Systems outside
Whse. $7, Temple Terr.
DFWP Call for appt.
(813) 663-0394
ALCOA ALUMINUM"
now hiring thru
"RITA STAFFING
LABORERS NEEDED
IMMEDIATELY
813-754-5997
$ 9.54-12.22/hr
!Habla Espanol? Truss
factory $7. Truss/const
exp. por favor. Dixie
813-663-0394 DFWP
AVON Career or PT. Call
Jennifer, Avon indep.
sales rep. 813-989-3390
or 1-800-332-2340
Tired of your average job.
Call for above average
opportunity. 571-2706

383 Work At
383 Home I

YOU DESERVE TO EARN 3-
SK Earn 3-5K $$$S Po-
tential Weekly From
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In Antiques/r
402 Collectibles
ANTIQUE MURPHY BED
Beautiful 1896. Solid
oak. Good cond. $1800.
352-793-4724 after 6pm.

LIONEL TRAINS & Others.
Bought & sold. New &
used. All gauges.
813-677-5008

Pinball Machine exc cond
prof. servc'd recently.,
Williams (Red & Ted's
Roadshow). Value $3800
ask'g $3500 813-643-0151

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SSupplies
ARCADE GAMES
Midway Ms Pac Man
Midway Galaga. $600
each. 813-477-5110
or 813-933-2444
I4051Art I
12 Pictures, Good Prints &
Strong Frames, Good
size pictures, Must see,
Willing to sell at a de-
cent price. 813-571-5688
406 | Jewelry I
Diamond Platinum Ring,
amazing 3.35ct, center
stone 2.01 ct, certified
appraised @ $17K, must
sell $8800,866-484-5723
Engagement Ring, 1.5 kt
Princess Solitaire, great
quality. $7000 obo.
Serious Inquiries only.
863-644-6066
1407 1 Diamonds I

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1410 1 Furniture

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SETS & MEMORY FOAM
All New Qu Dbl Sided
Pillow/ Top Set $150.
NASA VISCO MEMORY
FOAM as seen on TV.
New On Sets $450. Kg
Sets $699. Still in plastic
w/warr. Can del.
813-380-6021
ARMOIRE/Entertainment
Center, solid wood,
cherry wood finished,
45Wx78Hx24D
$375 bo. 813-994-6961
BED $100
Dbl plush Qu matt. SET.
New in plastic w/warr.
Can del. 813-870-0070
BED $100
Double sided Qn pillow
top, new, still in plastic,
can del. 813-926-8507
BED $150
Plush dbl sided, Qu.
pillow top set New in
plastic w/warr. Can
deliver 813-251-3134
BED $180 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 $70
Full size matt. set New in
plastic w/warr. Can
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1410 1 Furniture |
BedALLTEMPUR
ortho-PEDIC Pressure
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Memory Foam Mattress
As on TV
cost$1699 sell $449,
K cost $1899 sell $549
lOyrwarranty can deliver
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BED KING $180
A King Size Set New, Still
In Plastic w/Warr. Can
Del.813-380-6021
BED, KING SUITE with
dresser/mirror, 2 nites
tands, chest mattress,
boxsprngs,table/4 chairs
$1100.727-204-7180
BED QUEEN $150
All NewDblSidedPILLOW
TOP SET. Still In Plastic
w/Warr. Can Del.
813-380-6021
BED SALE BEDS*
Bunk Beds Neww/Mats.
$159
Twin Mattress Sets $125
Full Mattress Sets $159
Qn Mattress Sets $195
KingMattress Sets $295
New firm sets-Easy credit
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115 S.EVERS ST
PLANT CiTY
813-759-8864
BEDROOM $1000
Brand new, solid wd. set.
8 pc. Louis Phillipe style,
List $5K. 1st $1600 takes
it! Can del. 813-251-3134
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 $438
Brand new, 5pc cherry
set. New in box. Can
deliver. 813-870-0070
BEDROOM $485
New Cormplete 5 pc sets
Incl Bed, Nstand Drsr/
Mr, Chest, 813-643-1388
BEDROOM $755
All rerry wd sleigh bd,
nightstand, dresser
mirror, chest new, can
deliver. 81 3.870-0070

BEDROOM 1-lOpc
King
Soli Mahogany no ve-
neers, lighd ark finish.
4 poster/sleigh. All
drawers American
dovetail, never used still
in box. Includes large TV
armoire. Can deliver
cost 59.000 sell $2.600.
vwv .solidwood
bedrooms.comrn
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 Set$750
Solid pine, King canopy
bed, dresser w/mirr.,
n-stands + matt. set.
813-486-1151
Bedroom Set, Honey Pine
Triple Dresser, Mirror, 2
Night Stands. Like new,
$650. Small Computer
Hutch, $75. 13-926-2269
BEDROOM sets, 2 wood
$295 ea. 2 DINING RM
sets w/buffets 4 & 7
chairs CHAIR & Ottoman
misc pcs. 813-230-9277
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
ol. Perfect condition.
Paid $1800, asking $550.
813-781-0324

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-
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1410 1 Furniture I

DINING$950
All cherry Queen Anne
style. Never used, still in
box. Must Sacrifice! Can
deliver. 813-251-3134
DINING Furn, Ethan Allen
tblseats 12.6 Ctry Frnch
chrs. Beautiful China
cab w/ leaded drs. Exc
cond $2900 813-662-9429
DINING RM SET white
lacquer, 6 chrs, Ig china
cab. $700. BDRM SET, kg
w/armoire, 2 nght stnds
pine, $500 813-926-2640
DINING ROOM SET-Round
table w/extra leaf and
pad, 6 chairs, china cab
& server exc cond. $950
obo. Call 813-884-4719
Want Ads
Dining Set, solid Cherry
Tbl w/2 Leaves, 6 Chrs,
lighted China Cabinet.
Upgraded uphol. & Run-
ner $1,850.813-948-4088
DINING TABLE, Antique,
solid oak claw foot, with
4 chairs & leaf. $250.
813-672-8998

Entertainment Ctr
All wood, cherry finish,
lighted w/beve[ed glass
doors, accommodates
up to 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
USED, sell for $1650. Can
deliver. 813-293-1743
FUTON $195
Oak, w/extra thick mat-
tress, new in boxes, cov-
er avail. 813-657-8449
CLASSIFIED WORKS
FUTON
Medium oak, honey fin-
ish, 9 layer matt, new in
box, cost $625, sell $285
813-293-1743
Game table w/6 chairs,
solid Cherry, table top
flat on 1 side, poker on
other. Good cond. $1500.
813-926-0779
LIVING Rm Set: Couch &
loveseat, matching chr
& glass coffee table, bik
suede, like new $450obo
813-961-4670
MATTRESS $125
All New Queen Set.
w/Warr. Must Sacrifice.
Still In Plastic. Can Del.













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AWNING Hurricane (3)
34X57 (1) 103X57 alum
$230.813-986-0056
BIKE, Girl 24" red. Like
New. New rear tire &
tube $40.813-754-5180
BUFFET/CABINET OAK
w/DRAWERS $100.
863-255-2145
BUNK Beds, Metal with
mattresses, Like New
$100. 813-754-3553
DINING Set, Oak, Table
w/6 Chairs & Leaf.
$200. 813-754-3553
Homedics Back therapy,
5 motor seat heat mas-
sage $25.752-4869
KENMORE side by side
frig w/ice maker wash-
erdryer $250.752-4869
LOVE SEAT
Very Nice Like New$100.
752-4869
MOVING MUSTSELL
Navy blue couch & love
seat $150.813-967-1506
Qu sz pillowtop matt/box
spring & frame. Like
New $150.813-967-1506
QZ mattress set w/frame,
dresser & night stand.
$100.754-7290
QZ Softside waterbed
mattress w/htr. & set-
up $175. 813-707-1116
QZ Softside waterbed
mattress w/htr. & set-
up $175. 813-707-1116
SOFA Peach/Tan $50.
Like New 863-255-2145

Stroller, swing, bath tub,
walker, nice dresses &
MORE 125. 752-4869
Table/ 4 Chairs solid
wood Rustic/Country-
Look $200.863-255-2145
Tables Coffee/End, Black
Metal/Glass Like New
$150.863-255-2145
TIRES, 4 Firestone 20K
miles 245/75/16 Radial
A/T$200. 813-707-8206
TV/VCR Cart w/Storage
$35.863-255-2145

Twin beds wagon wheels
& plain bunk beds, No
matt$100. ALL 737-1051
VCR Movies, (Family,
Kids & Christian) Appro
50@$2.ea. 752-4869










14101 Furniture I

MATTRESS $125
Qu pillow top. Baby soft.
New in plastic w/ warr.
KING $198. Can deliver
813-870-0070
Oriental 4 Panel Screen,
Cherry Wood, Heavy,
Very Old & Beautiful.
$450 813-493-4645

POOL TABLE 4x8 Italian
1" Slate, lifetime warr.
Decorative pockets &
legs New in crate access
$1450 *813-657-8449

Sofa $250 Love 225
Chair $175. Uphol. New
still in plastic w/warr.
Must sell! 813-251-3134
Can deliver.
SOFA $385
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 Deliver 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 $6u000 Robb
& Stuckey now
$2,500* 813-909-8814
Sofa & Loveseat- Moving
Must Sell, Exc Cond!
New, bone white, Paid
$1000, Sell $600.
813-317-0245, 888-8329
SOFA & LOVESEAT, all
LEATHER, beautiful
Bassett, 2 mos new, w/
warr, Worth $2800 Sell
$1496.727-725-2708
SOFA/LVST Sage green,
$275; pine coffee/end
tables, $100; pine ar-
moire, $300. Exc qlty.
Email pics. 991-5612
TABLES locally hand
crafted, in store sale.
813-310-1497 or
835-3719. american
tabledesign.com
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
$375-FOR ALL! Like new
smoked glass contempt.
dining table, orig $600,
Blue Loveseat orig $400,
VG cond. King mattress
& box, 29" TV. Mike A. @
813-972-5220
Moving out of country.
Must sell entire contents
of huge Mansion & Guest
House in Brandon.
Includes 3 awesome
Bedroom Suites. Formal
Dining Room, Living
Room, Office + 2
Tiffany-style Lamps, 2
Bronzes, exquisite
Marble-top Bombay.
$26,500. All in good
condition. Will separate.
Call 813-684-6345
1 Furniture
414 Wanted

Used furniture and appli-
ances wanted. Good
cond pref. Consignment
also avail. Please call
Tom 813-731-4736
1415 | Carpeting I
Carpet, top of the line,
Cream color Berber
w/some padding, like
new, ap rox 700 sf,
$650obo 813-948-4088
14161 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 yrsexp!
7604 Broadway 626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
**APPLIANCES**
USED WITH WARRANTY
From$99*
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
4000 W. Kennedy
281-0777
PARTS TODAY
11900 N. Nebraska
972-4242
FRIDGE Whirlpool 22cf,
side by side, with water
& ice $500 ELECTRIC
RANGE Kitchenaid, 30"
freestanding, glass top,
w/convectionary ov-
en,$400.813-629-8353
GE MICROWAVE NEW
1.8 CF 1100W, Retail $129,
take it away for $29.
Tampa's Electronic
Outlet Center. 7004 Ben-
jamin Rd- danmartcom
813-393-4840
Mom & Pops Applianc-
es, $75 & up, W/D, Stove
& Refr. 10014 30th St.
Free Delivery
813-632-9620; 335-5788


14161 Appliances I
Stove, Gas, Kenmore,
Ultrabake, Bisque,
brand new $400. Also
Kenmore Refrig Bisque,
22 cu ft, sidexside,
ice/water, brand new
$500.863-661-5788
VACUUM RAINBOW SE
with attachments, very
clean, excellent condo
used very little. $350
813-334-7876
WASHER & DRYER
$225/set, $125 ea.
Refrig. Jennair Black
$225. Guarantd. Delivery
avail. 813-382-8615

WASHER/DRYER
Whilpool, 6mo. new,
$500.
813-929-6992
WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
Don 813-300-6714
1 i Telephones/
417 Pagers

WE BUY
Cell phonesold,new,No-
kiaMotorola etc We buy
them all 813.933.5008
418 Air I
14181 Conditioners I

A/C New in Box
Complete systems
installed d 2 ton $1695;
* 2'/2z ton $1795*- 3 ton
$1895; 3V/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 & Mobile Homes.
Example: Mobile hms. 2-
ton $795 2/2-ton $845,
3-ton $895; 3/2 Vz -ton $975
4-ton $1,065. Can install.
Lic.RRM00O31291. Free
delay. Cr. CarciscI' Sona
orRon '7271505 8738
A/C'sALLNewinBoxAil 5
yr Factory Warranty, All
omes, Sizes: Example
Mobile Homes 2-ton
$790, 2V2 -ton $840,
* 3-ton $890, 3/2-ton
$970, 4-ton $1060, Can
Install Lic RM0031291
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
Used Mobile Home& Cen-
tral Systems. 2-5 tons.
$200 & up w/warranty.
Can Instal1. Repair work
also. NTA CAC 1813656.
813-748-9265 907-3838
AC Cool/Heat for mo-
bile home or house. Nev-
er used. $795. Call any-
time: 813-643-9277

401 Musical
420 Instruments

BASS & GUITARS
BAY AREA'S BEST!
USED- VINTAGE-RARE
Repairs, Lessons
BUY- SELL- TRADE
LEGENDS 813-348-0688.
BASS VIOLIN, Fine prewar
German, exc cond. fully
carved, $6000. Fine
older German
Schweitzer Violin, dated
1814, $2500. Appraisals
avail. 813-880-9267
Don't Buy A Piano
Until You Talk To Us!
Best Prices In Tampa Bay
We Buy Factory Specials
New And Used
Yamaha, Kawai & More
Owner/Operator 27 Yrs
Call Ken 813-855-1227
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


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, &
42 | Stereo I

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.


i I Radio, TV, &
424 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 DTRECTV
SYSTEM inc. installa-
tion. 4 MO. Free pro-
gramming 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
TO 4 ROOMS INSTALLED
..FREE*"
813-748-8854
MARK ELECTRONICS
SALES & SERVICE
COMPUTER VCR'S
BUY-SELL-TRADE
813-813-717-9700
TV- 52" HGTV
widescreen, JVC,
great shape $1000 obo
813-205-5788
TV'S VCR'S STEREO'S
CD & DVD Players
** $29.99 **
Sam's Pawn 813-932-7999
1505 W. Busch Blvd.
Hundreds of TV's 40-70%
OFF. 13inchcolorTV$29.
Tampa's Electronic Out-
let Center.
7004 Benjamin Rd-dan-
mart.com 813-393-4840
I WANT TO BUY non-
working Big Screen
Televisions. Please
Call 813-986-1229

I WANT TO BUY any high
end electronics; Bose,
Klitsch, Macintosh,
Krell, any manufacturer
Cash. 727-643-6661
S Medical
428 I Equip.

ABSOLUTELY NO cost to
you. New power wheel-
chairs, scooters and dia-
betic supplies. Call us
toll free 1-800-843-9199
Day / night to see if you
qualify
Ace Motorchairs
Beds, Pwr & Man Chairs
Lifts, and Much More!
You May Qualify at
NO COST TO YOU!
813-269-8049
MEDICARE/MCAID/INS
ADJUSTABLE BEDS by
Simmons & Flexabed at
$$ BIG DISCOUNTS $$
cooters, lift chairs
& a large SHOWROOM
of home medical equip.
Active Medical 335-2159
BEDS, adjustable, elec-
tric, separate as twins
or combine as king, sep-
arate controls for each
side, exc cond. $400
both, SCC. 941-545-7628
FAMILY HEALTH CARE w/
Prescription Plan!
$69.95/mo; Best net-
work, best coverage. No
limitations, includes
Dental, Vision Pre-ex-
isting Cond. OK! Call:
WCS 1-800-288-9214 ext.
2341
Handicap 3 whi scooter
$150. Pwr Scooter &
Wheelchairs, some are
new. Less than half
price. New elec. hosp.
ed $275. 813-237-3229
MEDICARE DIABETICS -
FREE METER!!! No cost
Diabetes Supplies. DIA-
BETIC SHOES. No Cost to
You!!! Join Diabetes
Care Club. FREE Mem-
bership. FREE Delivery.
1-800-316-6391 .Call
NOW!
MICRO DERMABRASION
machine Ultra Peel Pe-
pita by Matolli, like new.
Very easy to use & conv.
$6,700.813-631-1059
NEUROPATHY RELIEF
Without Medication!
Pain or Numbness in
your hands, legs orfeet?
he ReBuilder* System
can help. Toll-free
1-866-725-2202 or visit
us at www.rebuilderme-
dical.com Customer Dis-
count Code FL04
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
Scooter-Rascal full-size 3
wheel, w/lights, exc't
shape, front & rear bas-
kets, $695. Call
813-363-4712.
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


I3 Office Equip.
430 & Furniture

Bookcases, Chairs,
Desks, Files, Conf Ta-
bles, Copiers. New,
Used, Scrach & Dent
635.9255 / 5414 N 56th
Chairs! Chairs! Chairs!
Over 500 used chairs in
stock. Multi functional
mid bck chair $59; much
more! EOF813-877-9317
Executive desk sets (3),
30 new Dell computers,
top of the line ComDial
phone system.
813-909-2207
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
NEW & USED OFFICE
FURNITURE: Lots of
Desks; Credenzas- Copy
Machines (3 to choose
from); Heavy Duty Steel
Case 5 Drawers, Lateral
File (2); Cherry Server-
Small Computer Desk (3
to choose from); Rolling,
2 Drawer File w/Locks,
Cherry & Mahogany;
Mahogany Podium on
Rollers; Misc.
Telephones; Telephone
System; Side Table w/2
Drawers; Office Chairs
Cloth on Rollers; Round
Conference Table.
Call 813-857-5290
CLASSIFIED CAN!
Ready to graduate into a
new car? Classified can
give you the key! Our in-
ventory of choices are
updated everyday!
NORSTAR phone system 6
lines 10 phones, bik,
$2006 installed; also
larger system, w/vmail.
Call 813-220-8671
Telemarket Workstations
$99. 24x48 w/48" glass
wings. Powered panels.
CalF Chuck 966-1072
5203 S. Lois Ave. Tpa
WORKSTATIONS (50),
Hayworth, 8x8,1 flipper,
I self, corner work sur-
face, grey in color, $550.
Delivery & set up avail-
able. WE Buy Worksta-
tions. (727) 647-2170
I 1 Computers &
431 Equipment

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

AMD 2400+ COMPUTER
Sempron CPU, 40 GB
Hard Drive, 256 MB Ram
52x CD-Burner, 64-bit
Video, 6 Channel Audio,
Network, Windows XP,
NEW and more! $399
14918 North Florida Ave.
http://www.isorm.com
MF 10-7 (813) 264-0408
Want Ads
AMD2600+ New$399
R& M Computer
Sales*ServiceUpgrades
We build the best
Computers in the USA!
Used Computers starting
at $99.813-757-0288
ATX Cases $20.00
56K Modems $15.00
14-21" Monitors $20&UP
HP Printers $30.00
Mice $4.00
TVs $30.00
Hard Drives 10.00
SDRAM 12.50
Motherboards 15.00
PII Computers $65.00
PIll Computers $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
Laptop, Below WholeSale
New/Used! Dell, IBM!
Beat all prices. Wireless
Internet, leather case
avail. Starting @ $299.
100% FINANCING
CALL 813-468-5278
www.buzztech.net
LOW COST SERVICES
Network Cards $11
Power Supply $29
Modems $15. LCS 1505 W.
Busch Blrvd 813.714.3515
PENTIUM 3 & 4 SYSTEMS
Laptops. Low Price
Call for Current Specials.
Chris 813-884-4433
ext242
Rent To Own Computers!
Bad Credit OK!
$14.95/week
www.ezpaypc.com
727-531-0788


4A' I Commercial
I I Equipment
CERAMIC comm'l equip, 3
Ig used kilns, 500-gal
slip tanks w/motor,
sanding mach, bonsai
pot molds & greenware,
13-996-5012 M-F, 9-5
CHIPPER Morbark Model
13 Tornado Chipper, Au-
to Feed 16" Opening,
115 HP John Deere Die-
sel $15,000 (336)
973-4565
GENERATOR standby 45
kw Generac 3 phase,
GM 5.7L V-8 LP or natu-
ral gas, transfer switch,
transformer, etc, 75 ac-
tual hours can arrange
delivery $9,250 Firm,
803-682-0724
LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT,
Lndry mat renovating
need to liquidate all
equipment. Coin Op.
W/D 727-505-8009
Salon Equipment, very
nice nail stations, 4
avail. 2 shampoo chairs,
1 shampoo sink. Call for
info: 813-685-4113
Trash Pump, 3", 5HP, 300
GPM w/hoses, Gorman
Rupp/Robin, $785, 1
year warr, 813-982-9335
or 813-417-3087
I 'I Restaurant/
434u Hotel Equip
BUDGET EQUIPMENT
RESTAURANT EQUIP.
NEW & USED-BUY & SELL
15510 N. Nebraska
M-Sat. 813-978-8085
Convection Oven
Garland, full size single
or three phase, like new.
$1,200obo 813-909-1585
GRILLS, Walk-In Coolers,
Pizza Ovens, Mixers,
Hoods, Fryers Call
727-581-9293
Pizza Wood burning Ov-
en, 'Woodstone' gas/
wood Only 6 mos. w/ex-
haust fan. $6500. 941-
366-2131941-284-9081
Restaurant closing 9/24.
All equipment available.
9/25-9/30. Fridge, grill,
fryers,etc.
813-752-8262/310-4292
THREE keg cooler, freez-
ers, refrigerators, cash
register, deep fryers,
booths, prep table and
more. Ca I 727-573-4888
Store
435 Fixtures-
Equipment

DISPLAY CASES,
USED CLOTHES RACKS
SHELVES, COUNTERS.
WHSE FULL 813-886-8400

LIQUIDATION SALE
Store Shelving, Coolers
Freezers, Safes, Displays,
Pallack, Conveyor,
SecuritySys., Pharmacy
Shelving & etc.
ECKERDDRUGS
CALL FOR LOCATIONS
800-891-3013
www.fixturesusa.com
L nBuilder's
440 Supplies

All Metals Roofing,
Standing Seam, roof
p kg, Galvalume-Plus,
Snap-Lock Panels. Easy
to install, Visa/MC
accepted. 813-224-9060
ALL REAL WOOD Pine
flooring milled on site.
1x4 #2 29 lin ft.; 1x6
cabin grade 48 ft; 1x6
#2 premium 68t ft; long
leaf heart pine various
-grades & widths, quote
specials while in stock.
1x4 #2 Cypress t&g 38t ft
1x6 #2 Cypress t& 75t ft
1x6 Cedar t&g 95 ft www
.lumberspecialties.com
4914W Linebaugh Av Tpa
M-F8-5 813-269-0441
Ask about CLEARNACE
bundles of lumber
% American Oak Floor-
ing Wholesale from the
Original Guy who start-
ed in this section. I buy
flooring from all over
the world no Middle-
man. I have more prod-
ucts in stock than any-
one 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.
BAMBOO FLOORING
$2.50 sf, 2 truck loads.
Intercity Lumber,
813-626-5232.
BASE BOARD
Wood, new, 8,000' avail-
able at $.25 per foot.
813-886-8494:389-5336
Bifolds, Panel Doors and
Interior Doors from 30"
to 36" + Windows, Great
prices & bargains! Call
813-391-1681.

CABINETS
Brand Names
KRAFTMAID, QUALITY
Wholesale Prices
Do It Yourself
Or We Design& Install
813-716-1966
Spot Advertising Works


n I Builder's
1440 I Supplies

CABINETS, brand new,
100% wood, cherry, ma-
ple and oak. Builder
pricing. Please call
813-241-4631
FENCE SALE
6 X 8 Board on Board
Only $22.99
Hurry Whi eSupplies Last
813-681-6181

FLOORING
Prefinished oak still in
boxes, 2308sf. @ $2.25/sf.
Will split.P13.225 1298
GATES, Ne-, Ornamenmal
Choose your design,
Approx 14' $775;
t 813-817-9871

*INSULATION*
NEW Unlimited Oty.
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-
otics Oak bamboo, pre-
finished & unfinished.
Bellawood w/50 year
prefinish, plus A lot
more! We Deliver any-
where, 5 Florida loca-
tions 1-800-FLOORING
(356-6746)
METAL Building Materi-
als Seconds & Prime
Galv Corrigated sheet,
22ga Decking 29ga 3x16
metal siding ar Joist20'
to 40' Structural Steel,
Angle, Channel, I-Beams
& Plate Contact Tony @
816-985-1335
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.

MEXICANTILE*
ALL SIZES
FINISHED and RAW
* 813-884-6127 *
Plywood, 1/4", 2'x8', $3
per sheet. 1,000 45'
Cedar Telephone Poles
$100 ea. Also 4'x9' hard
plastic & aiv. sheets 3x
stronger than plywood.
Never needs painting,
$25 per sheet. Danville,
Illinois 217-260-2161
Pre-Finished Oak.
$4.29 inst. Laminate $2.99
inst. w/underlay. Ce-
ramic .89 /sf. Carpet
rems 29C/sf. 874-8080
Need Entry or Patio
Doors? I can help!
Wood, steel or fiberglass.
Prices $100 and up.
Call 813-643-2431
444 Sheds &
""" 4 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
HOME/BUSINESS de-
stroyed in a hurricane?
Heritage offers all steel
homes and buildings
with 120mph wind-load
strength, faster con-
struction safety, versa-
tility and reduction of
energy. Call/Visit
(8 00)643 -
5555/www.heritage-
buildings.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.com
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$5 Call Toll
Free. 1-888-393-0335.
BUILDING SALE! "Rock
Bottom Prices!" Quick
delivery. Beat next price
increase. Go direct/
save. 20'x26', 25'x30,
30'x40' 35'x60' 40'x80',
45'x9d', 50'xlOO'
60'x180' Others. Pio-
neer, 1-800-668-5422.
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
Serve! Joe (800)392-
7817
All Steel Buildings. DIRT
CHEAP clearance sale!
All Sizes and Models.
Nationwide Manufac-
turing and Distributiom.
Call NOW for availabili-
ty! 1-888-224-2022.
Classified Ads Prices
well within sight. A se-
lection that's just right!


444 1Sheds &
SCarport
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;
Callifor More sizes
813-299-3798 *681-5468
3-STEEL BUILDINGS Up to
70% Off 30x50 40x80
50x150. Can deliver!
Charlie (800)506-5160.
14451 Tools I
Ladder, WANTED Werner
8' Aluminum Ladder
Model 368, Purchased
between 2000 and 2001.
Will pay $250 and ship-
ping. Contact Benedict
ngineering Co.
(850)576-1176(143)
RADIAL-ARM SAW-
Craftsman, used once,
new condition, manuals
included, orig. blade,
$400.813-477-4034
SHOP Smith, some ex-
tras, $1500.
813-933-0944.

I4 IMachinery &
449 Heavy Equip.

Automotive Repair/
Machine Shop Equipt.
For Sale Going Out Of
Business. Lifts, Jacks,
Service Equipment, etc.
3000# Forklift, runs
gr eat, $1,200. 3 phase
Air Compressors, 5HP
0uincy $500; 7.5 HP
Champion $700.
Cal (813)833-5786
Forklift-Tampa Forklift
since 1974. Parts, Svc.
Rentals, New,Used
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
FORKLIFT Toyota 50001b
dual/fuel. Very good
condition. $4,300.
Call David for more info
813-622-8550
FORKLIFTS-Ringlift has
"As Is" to fully second.
Stop and see why we
give the best value in re-
cond. forklifts in the
state. Huge inventory.
1401 US Hwy. 301 N.Tpa.
Larry,813-620-1337.
GENERATOR Brand new,
Campbell Hausfeld,
5000 watts continuous,
6000 surge gas, $1000.
813-969-4145
GENERATOR GENERAL
5500 watt, like new.
$1000
(352)588-2416
or (813)546-6403
GENERATOR, Honda EX
1000 Watt, very quiet
$500 Jim
813-294-6208

GENERATOR
New in box, B&S, 3200,
6.5hp, made in USA,
$689.813-361-3166
GENERATORS For sale
3550 & 5550 watt Avail
Call 813-888-9721
for pricing.
GENERATORS, US manuf.,
new diesel or pro-
pane/N.G. 40kW, 60kW
80kW lookW, 800kW,
2000kW. All in weather
prot. enclosures. Set to
desired voltage. All
units have 1 yrwarr. Call
for prices: 813-985-2642
Pressure Washing Trailer
w/Pressure Washer.
Honda 13hp engine,
$1500
813-477-5110 933-2444
WHOLE TREE
CHIPPER-Morbark
Model 2400-J.D. Diesel,
autofeed, 688 hrs, xtra
parts. $32,000.
504-467-6336, xt 10 Iv
message
450 Sporting
450 Goods

308 Rifle Steyer SSG,
$1800.1022
Call 813-681-8451

Georgia Hunting Lease,
1250 acres, maintained
food plots, electric, wa-
ter. $1,000 Call 1863)
85903 23. 63-581-0593
""....GUNS FOR SALE ....
S& W9mm-5906withhi-
cap mags.****Walther
PPS 380cal."**500.00
each gun.***$500 OBO,
(813)477-0864
GUNS WANTED
Buy & sell
Colt Python 357 nic. $850.
Browning Bar 3006
scope $899.
Browning 9mm, $700.
Rem. 270 scope 600.
813-992-0598 or
727-822-5325 Ken
HUNT CLUB Green Top
2015 acres, southern
zone. Membership $650
DublinGA
404-433-73429
HUNTER's WANTED for
MONSTER DEER in West-
ern KY on priv. Farms.
Meals& lodging inc.
Jim Baker (606)226-2260
HUNTING LEASE, 1000+
acres w/cabin. Jackson
Co. Fl. Deer turkey,
dove, quail, After dark
# 850-569-5349
When you search Classi-
fied it's:
FINDERS-KEEPERS!


SEPTEMBER 23, 2004 THE COURIER 25

450 ISporti 4 1 ries
Goods | Trees
NEW GUN SALES CONTAINER OAKS, 45 gal.
9mm $120 4"-16' $75 25 al 3"-12'
45$159.99 38Spl$199 $50; LIGUSTRUM 45 gal
Home Def Shotgun $200 8' $125 813-748-854I /
Sam's813-931-8498 Tmpa 986-3302 Reg #47220672
Crown 788-2520 Z'hiis FRUITTREESALE
POKER TABLE, Solid Oak, 3 for$39upto$85ea
4 Chairs, Dining/ 90 Varieties: Lemon-Lime
Poker/Storage Space, Orange-Tangerine-Fig
$1800 obo. Pummelo-Guava-Star
Robertson Billiards Fl. Peach-Plum-Nect.
813-229-2778 813-752-4938 #47216934

POOL TABLE $1150 PLANTS
A Professional Series 4X8
Table with 1" Italian FOR SALE WHOLESALE
slate, thr pockets NURSERY CLOSING
carved legs New still n OPEN TO PUBLIC 4703 N.
box.Can deliver setup WILDER RD, PLANT CITY
MON-SAT 8AM-2PM
813-926-8507 813-754-3208 OR
813-752-4240
POOLTABLE$1450 DPIREG #04089000
4x8 all solid wood TREES TREES TREES
Professional series 1" CRAPE MYRTLS all col-
Italian slate, Leather ors, 12' to 20' Field
rockets, decorative Grown, 500 trees to
Plegp topqualitfeltK66I choose from #47235183
Rails,, w/access, Call 813-431-9479
lifetime warranty, still in 1480l Dogs
crate, can deliver & set Dogs
up. 813-657-8449 AUSTRALIAN Shepherd
Pool table, 4 x 8, Leisure Puppies, NSDRA Regis-
Bay, lin. slate Inci: balls, tered, 7 males, 1 female,
rack guide, fruitwood. 8 weeks on 9/04.
good cond You move! 813-967-5756
$900 obo. 813-972-5253 BASSET HOUNDS x2 5
POOL TABLE, 8' PROFES- mo. old Males need a
SIONAL, 1" Italian slate home. Inc, pillow, etc.
leather pockets, K66 Will separate.$250ea
speedrail, custom NFL 813-657-1441
Bucs felt, never used.
Can deliver. Cost5K Beagle puppies,9 weeks,
Sacrifice $1,250. Call: tri-colore, and
D 813-273-81771 lemon/white.1stshots,
and wormed. $125 cash.
POOL TABLE 813-932-2605
Coin operated, excellent BEAGLE PUPS, AKC tri-
conditiond $900. .color, small size quality
813-886-1121:996-1338 litter 5400-$45 also
adult AKC females $300
POOLTABLE,Newln Box 813-293-8889, 685-2175,
uEhiieIn oalBlor Beagle Pups- Tri color,
Se Tra eiUsed Tables. small 3 males, 3 mo. old,
Robertson Billiards all shots. 6 females,
813-229-2778 ready 10/08. P.O.P. $250
W 3en 7 reaC 863-382-3370.
it's. HELLO.GOOD BUY! BEAGLE/SHELTI Mix, cute
puppies, raised at home.
POOL TABLE, Robertson 2 males, will come to
made, all wood, 1" orig your home. $100
Italian slat, carved legs, 813-989-0639
leatherpokets 100 BEAGLES AKC reg Pup-
813-254-8104 pies health certtri col-
CONCEALED WEAPONS ored, bred from show
CLASSES champions $300, Plant
ClassG&lass G Requal. City 813-752-8172
13me-643-137245-2719 BORDER COLLIE Reg, 2
8- 4 females, 1 mate, 6mo.
i Exercise old, puppies $250.
1 Equipment (352)628-2688
BODY SOLID HOME GYM BOXER PUPPY, AKC
320 Ib capacity. Perfect. registered male 9 wks
Paid $1800. Now $900. olds, brindle, all shots,
813-643-0466 crate trained, $600.
813-382-6079
Treadmill, Pacemaster BOXER PUPS/AKC flashy
elec IncI, 2.5, 10MPH fawn and brindle with
5375; Vitamaster 2.25, white socks. ready for
10MPH $175; Weslo delivery. 8 males, 1 fe-
6MPH$75813-335-2616 male. $500 (813)
TREADMILL Sears 918-1519
ProForm 835, foldable, Bull Mastiff Puppies
fully programmable. Brindles, fawn & red, big
Exc cond. Warranty heads, shots, health
$380.813-996-2304 certs. Ready 9/29.
TREADMILL, Smooth $1200.813-948-0362
Fitness, compact & Chesapeake Bay Ret ups
cushioned, 2 months champ parents, w/cert
old. Originally $1000. hips & eyes, showquail-
Now $650.813-926-2269 t -field or companion.
Universal Complete Gym 352-799-1752
7 stations, excellent CHIHUAHUA 2 Males,
condition, $600. born7/14/04.
813-886-1121 or $300 each. Vet checked.
813-996-1338 Call(813)839-5226
452 Bicyclel/Svcs I CHINESE CRESTED AKC
show dogs, serious
RECUMBENT TRIKE wiz minded champs. (863)
wheels 3.0 $1500 665-3d716/863mp606-9544
727 561-0620 665-3716/63--9544
COCKER SPANIELS AKC,
Rare Choc. family
raised Health Cert, 1st
1453 I What's Free shots, Tama, starterkit
ncl. $500813-249-5707
KITTENS (2) Free to good COLLIE PUPS CKC 5
home, cute, boxed males females Sable
trained. 813-763-0478 avail 9/14/04 with 1st &
2nd shots, takingdepos-
Health its $500. 813-662-3181
456 Products CORGI PUPS, AKC, tri-
color black, 8 mos old,
FAMILY HEALTH CARE shots, house broken,
w/Prescription Plan! precious, M-$600,F-$800
$69.95/mo: Best net- 813-909-0019 36-3934
work excellent cover-
age. No limitations, in- DACHSHUND-Miniature
cludes Dental, Vision Red long hair M $400 &
Pre-existing Cond. OKI F $500 born 6/10,
Calh:WCS (800)288-9214 727-644-4034 .
ext.2347. DAUCHSHUND Pup AKC
I Power Male, red, 'S/H $400
460 Mowers BEAGLES2yrs oldM & F
Mowers small no papers $75/ea
16'Dual Axle Lawn/Utility 813-74-3934
Trailer, READY TO DOBERMAN Pincher
WORK, $950 obo. Pbuppies,AKC.Euroean
813-380-7094 breeding. 352-243-9122
CRAFTSMAN 30" RIDING
MOWER 2 yrs old w/ English Bull dog Pups, 3
warranty. Grass Catcher male, fwn/brdl,
incl. Excellent condition. red/brdl AKC health
$750.813-684-6722 cert, ready 10/17. $1800.
DIXIE CHOPPERS" 813-659-4311/743-8709
60" & 42" both in exc English Bulldog Pups,
cond. Starting @ $3,800 AKC, gorgeous, wrinkly,
new50" $5500 hIthy. For show or your
813-661-9662; 299-5496 couch. From $1100. call
Mobile Repair Service 813-969-1799
MoToro-cag-Exmarcke ENGLISH BULLDOG pup
Bunton-Dixie Chopper AKC, champ bloodlines,
Hyro's-Parts-Engines white F, brindle mask,
Cranks & Cams 23-3363 shortlegs, broad chest.
La wn2333 $1800813-681-5023
14651 Lawn & Grdn ENGLISH MASTIFF, fawn
FREE HORSE MANURE! Health cert,AK
Great For Gardens! $800/ea -
YOU HAUL!! 727-856-6648
Local delivery available.
813-661-1096 ENGLISH MASTIFF PUPS-
Ridinr Mower5 Z champion ood ines,
Kawaski, 600hours, well a -3-80
maintained, $2600 obo.
727-688-4829 Want Ads







26 THE COURIER SEPTEMBER 23, 2004


1480 I Dogs I
GERMAN SHEPHERD
PUPS, AKC, 4M/2F
health certs, bik & tan or
solid bik. $400-$600.
813-629-5502
GERMAN Shepherd Pups,
AKC, West German
imports, pink papers,
shots, big bone, 8wks,
$650-Up. 239-997-3190
GERMAN SHEPHERD,
AKC, Big Boned Pups/
Adults, Rich Colors &
Blacks, family oriented.
$650 & up (941)809-6242
GERMAN SHEPPARDS (2)
AKC rare black, black &
tan, Germ Lines. Make
offer. Lutz, 813-679-3600

GREAT DANE puppies 2
merle males AKC, born
3/31/04, vet chkd all
shots. $500 (863) 859-
4508 lowacres@aol.com
HAVANESE AKC, Males.
Health Certificates,
10wks. New bloodline
from Hungary, $1,500
Firm. (813) 782-6570
ITALIAN GREYHOUND
Puppies, M-F, 8wks
great colors, $00to $700.
813-986-0600.
P04067880
JACK RUSSELL PUPS,
JRTCA Reg, 6/males,
great markings.. Sweet
and loveable w/no fear.
$300ea. Ready 9/14.813-
757-0373/716-0920
Jack Russell Terrier Pups
AKC males, tan & white,
smooth coats, 12 wks,
health certs, shots.
$400.813-707-8478
LAB Puppies AKC, choco-
late, yellow, parents on
site, blockheads, chanm-
pion pedigree $400-

LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
wormed, vet cert. Block
head, champ. bkgrd.
Pedigrees. Parents/
grandparents on site.
$400-500352-307-0772
LAB PUPS AKC yellow &
bik, blockhead, vet ,
ready 10/15,
813-994-0281; 469-0284

Labrador Retriever
puppies, AKC, yellow
and chocolate, $350.
334-347-5745 or
813-300-9000. brooks
puppy@yahoo.com -
CLASSIFIED WORKS


14801 Dogs I
LABS 8 chocolate AKC
Patriotic Pups born July
4th, champion blood-
line, shots wormed, vet
ckd $500 (863) 967-3852
Maltese, 10 weeks old,
AKC, champion blood
lines, health certificate,
POP. $700 cash only.
863-402-0249 Sebring
OLDE English Bulldoggies
8 wks, 1st shots, great
family pets. $600 & up.
(863)853-1257
863/255-5525
Poodle pups, AKC, very Ig
standard, white & apri-
cot, vet chk'd. 1 female,
4 males. $600.00
813-996-1285
POODLES. Very tiny toys,
tea-cups, sleep in shoe.
Colors. AKC. M & F. $450
& up. Qual. Home raised,
parents 863-427-0025
PUG AKC W/HEALTH
CERT 10 WEEK OLD FE-
MALE, FAWN W/BLACK.
PRECIOUS $400.00
813-983-1471
PUG Puppies, Beautiful
BIk Males, AKC Reg.
Health Cert. 1st Shots&
Chipped, Champ line,
$600 813-986-2913

Puppies 4 Sale
Park Ave.Puppy
813-662-2592
Lic# P04062440
RAT TERRIER PUPS, UKCI
Family raised. See
pictures: www.mccartys
ratterriers.com
$350 352-591-2271
Red Nose Pitbull Puppies
Red/White & Tan/White
6 Weeks Old. 1F & 4M
Gorgeous! $300 Taking
Deposits. 813-239-7801
ROTTWEILER GERMAN,
Pups, AKC reg, Exc tem-
peraments, parents on
site. Ready Sept 20. $500
813-887-5694
ROTTWEILER PUPS AKC,
German line, home
raised, fat teddy bears
Ready $500-$600
813-293-8889, 685-2175,
Schnauzers TOYS, beut
Parti color'd babies.
AKC, tails, dew claws,
hith cert. Born 7/11
Showing full furn, 7-10
lbs when grown. M &F.
Paper trained, spoiled
rotten, ready to go. $600
813-949-0098


14801 Dogs I
SHETLAND SHEEP DOG 6
mo., fern., tan & white,
friendly & affectionate,
great w/ kids, beautiful.
600.813-962-7502
SHIH-TZU2girls &2 boys.
ACA registered. Taking
deposits. 813-641-0561
or 941-345-3524
SHIN TZU AKC reg. 3 M's,
I F, 12wks, Istshots,Dk
brindle & white, blonde
and white. $500 each.
(863) 241-1250 Aft 6pm
SHIN TZU PUPPIES, Male
& Female 10 weeks,
Black & White, Brown,
Brown &White, Cream &
Peach, Vet Checked, 1st
Shots, Hlth Cert POP,
AKC. $500.813-988-6082
TOY POODLES AKC reg,
3 males, 1 female, Apri-
cot & Red2 parents on
prm. Males $400, fe-
males$450813-973-4461
WEST SCOTS PUPPIES
Small, white, 4 males, 8
wks old, vet checked.
$300. Parents on prem-
ises. 813-659-9337
WESTIE PUPPY 6 mo.
spayed/& 12 weeks old
both champion sired all
shots, $1,800.00
www.kenlakes.com
270-759-4556
Yorkies-7/19, Blue/Gold,
little angels teddy bears
have sho[s cArs. nfe at:
www.dilhngfordo larl.
corn $700 813-653.2797
YORKIES beautiful pups,
raised with love
$750-$1,000
Call 352-793-1551
1481 Cats 1
CAT & Kittens, spayed,
tested, checked & shots.
To good homes
813-254-4975
HAVANA Brown Kittens,
Rare. l-M, 2-F, 51/2 mos
old. CFA reg. Papers
available. $650.
941-284-0829
KITTENS (2) Free to good
home cute, boxed
trained. 813-763-0478

V Kittens &Cats?
Free to good home. Spay-
ed, neutered some vac-
cines (813) 963-6612
Sail Away With Savings -
see Class 585 for a great
selection of sailboats!


14821 Birds |
BIRDS, Babies, Blue Front
Amazons, Almost
Weened $500.
.352) 429-8242
cor ybird@aol.com
BIRDS, Breeders, Bonded,
Scarlet McCaws $1500.
Yellow Nape's $950.
Blue Fronts $850. Male
Congo gray$550.
(352) 429-8242
corkybird@aol.com
Breeder Bird Sale. Nu-
merous birds & cages,
large and small. Breeder
boxes. 727-365-5574,
727-365-6036.
Cockatoos, Goffins (2),
tame & sweet, kings
cages, play stands &
travel cages $700 each.
813-715-6447.
Macaws, Proven Pairs.
Greenwings $2500, B&G
$1600, Militaries $1400,
Severe $1200. Babies
available 813-661-4481
UMBRELLA COCKATOO 5
yr old to good home w/
someone who has time
to spend. $1,000.
813-657-7812
1483 Exotic
BEARDED DRAGONS! 15
adult breeders! Snow,
sandfires, more! Sever-
al juvies! CHAMELEONS
also! 813-431-3711
I8 |Misc Pets/
484 Services

AQUARIUM- 55 gallon
with stand, hood, VHO
light salt water ready!!!
$600 Call 813-416-7055
1498 1 Estate Sales
BRIGGS Estate Sales of
Hills. Cty. 813-784-5343.
Lic #139048.
www.olibri.com
SCC 828 Oakmennt
Fri&Sat8-2
Golf Cart, Sleeper Sofa,
Bookshelves, Rocker,
Floor Lamp, TV, Coffee
TbLW Redner Lamp TbL
Mfin Stand, File Cabi-
nets Organ, Hanging
Shell Microwave, Di-
netteTbl& Chairs, Desk,
Stereo, Computer Desk,
Ladder, 6 P BR Set, Pair
of Twin Beds. Tools,
Household & Misc.
JOHNNY JONES
AU89AB85
Spot Advertising Works


I Garage, Yard
499 Sales, Etc.

CORK, 3119 Chitty RD, Sat
9/25, 8am-4pm 3 Family
Sale, Sewing Items,
Kitchen, Clothes, Books,
Small Appliances, Lug-
gage, Size 4 Ladies
Shoes. Sale will be 10/02
if rained out
PLANT CITY, 1509 Old
Sydney Rd, Wed, Thur &
Fri 9/22, 23 & 24 8am-
2pm MOVING SAIEfurni-
ture, clothes, car com-
puter, W/D, tools & misc
PLANT CITY 1905 E Spen-
cer St, Fri & Sat 9/24 &
25. New baby clothes,
other clothing, Type-
writer fax machine,
toys, Many ANTIQUES
PLANT CITY 4115 W. Sam
Allen RD, Fri & Sat9/24 &
25. Collectible, An-
tiques, Furniture, Vin-
tage Items, Linens,
Household Goods,Tools
& MUCH MUCH MORE




PLANT CITY 5309 Varn
Rd, Go 39 N to Knights
Griffin R. go W. to Varn
Rd @ school turn right.
Sat 9/25, HUGE garage
sale many families,
plants, baby items, fur-
niture, toys, tools,
clothes multi sizes.
PLANT CITY MULTI Fami-
ly Sale 2402 McGee Rd,
Sat Sept 25, Wall unit
A/C, Furniture, Dryer,
Bedding Men, Ladies,
Teens & Girl clothing
PLANT CITY Sagebrush
Road In the Paddock,
Sat 9/25, Baby Items,
Antiques, Women Cloth-
ing size 6-10.
PLANT CITY- Sat 9/25,7a-
12 Emerald Forest
Subd. 3224 Alcott Ave.
Antiques, Lines Glass-
wares. Dishes, -urnish-
ings, Cherry Enienai
men[ Cir, Lots of items
500-549
Farmer's Market

1510 1 Farm Equip. I
2002 KAWASAKI MULE
very low hrs. Mint. Cond.
Pd $6K new Will Sell
$4000 obo (813) 949-
840 or (517) 404-8081
Quality new and used
tractors, See on-line
inventory www.
caldwelltractor.com
352-620-9898*
15c5| Horses &
525 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 tacktrunks, saddle
racks, etc. 60' shaded
round pen, Irg 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
Quarter Horse-$500,
Pony-$500, Mini-$200,
All Kid-safe. + 30 more!
Will finance anyone. $0
dn, $100/mo. Many
beautiful paints! Will
trade & rent $15/hr,
$25/day. Call now:
813-649-1126 www.
suncitystables.com
Trankhener/Thorough-
bred, 6 year bay mare, 3
white socks & stripe,
16Hh, 1st level dres-
sage, 10 mover $11,500
obo. 727-641-6677.
Free Horse if boarded
with us! Full board;
$250/mo. Horses rented
- $15/hr, $25/day Call
now 813-649-1126 www.
suncitystables.com
HERD of Black Angus and
black/white face cows
calving now. Also black
Angus bull. Call:
850-878-2571 510-4854
COWS CROSS-BRED (15),
bred & gentle, lost leaf.
$550 each. Please call
(352) 745-1645
BEEF CALVES FOR SALE
Weaned, On Feed, Vacc.
3-8 mos old. Delivery
Available 863-581-9048
or 863-581-5322
Registered Arabian
Gelding, 7 yrs old, 15.5
Hands, $1000. Make
payments. 813-782-7713

WANTED!! Horses,
ponies tack, trailers &
equip.Top prices paid.
Good home. Call Cyndi
now: 813-649-1126
MINIATURE Horses, 2
Golden Palominos, 1 is 4
yr pregnant mare $550;
1is 4 month old colt
$650.813-759-1119

526 Stalls

HORSE barn 3 stalls/tack
room, water & electric
on 1.25 ac. for rent Fresh
tall grass. 813-737-1258
Want Ads


550-599
Recreation

I50 n Motor Homes
-I RV's
19' 1986 Trans Van Chevy
350, New 4KW Genera-
tor, New tires, brakes,
carb, alter, radiator,
hoses & more! Shower,
Toilet Refig, A/C, Di-
nette & Sofa make King
Bed. $8,990 obo.
727-517-7058 Largo Area
22' 1993 TOYOTA
WARRIAR, V6, Low Mi.
Clean, Exc. Cond.
$12,900 obo 813-996-2352
or 727-741-1322
27' COACHMAN Class C
1986 works & runs great,
AC, generator, frig,
micro stove. Sleeps 6.
$7506 obo. 813-968-1040
28' 1997 Allegro 35K Mi,
Oak Firs, OnanGen, Minf
Cond. (X2) TVs, Base-
ment, No Smoke/Pets
$29,500 *813-839-1692
29' 1998 Coachman-Class
C, Ford V10, 40k miles
all accessories, must
sell! $27,800 obo.
813-996-3005
30' Excutive 1972 Top of
the line, self contained,
1500 amp gen sleeps 6,
Dodge 440, EZ on gas.
$2500 obo 813-545-5416
31' A ROOMY RV Class C,
1997 with large slide,
sleeping for up to 8
$43,995, can transport
to anywhere in Florida,
(307) 258-3160
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
chassis, dual slides, all
extras $55,000,
811-719-3769
37.5' 1997 Fleetwood Avi-
an 5tn wheel oak floors,
Conran counters. $27.5k
Can deliver. Like new!
229-924-5414.924 4167
38' 1998 Newmar
Mouniamaire. 460 Ford
w/ Banks system, super
slide. loaded w/ options
upgrdied interior EXC
COND! asking 159.000.
8 13-962-2526
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
888-Bates 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!
5 5 Campers &
'62 Travel Trirs

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
26 Ft, 1992 Prowler 5th
wheel, exc condition.
New tires & battery. Mi-
cro, stereo, a/c, sips 6.
$4900.352-596-3366
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
fiberlass, superslide,
very clean. $12,000 obo.
Can be seen in St.Pete.
615-579-1038
32-35' 1986 Jaco roof air
rear bedroom, fully bath
w/ shower & tub front
kitchen, sleeps 6, $4,000.
813-968-5822:935-8522
33 FT DUTCHMAN CLAS-
SIC '02 Still looks and
smells NEW. Living and
Dining slide, 1.5 bath,
awning. c/ac, Fnt queen
bed, ack bunk beds.
Load share hitch. Will
deliver within 500 miles.
All perfect cond.$15,500
(863)293-0066
35' 2004 Franklin TT, 2
slideouts, fiberglass, all
options, can deliver.
$24,500.
Call (616)405-2005
37' 1997 5th wheel Travel
Supreme, 19' slideout,
used 3xs, C/A, S/S
refrigw cei fan, cherry
wood cabinets & entctr.
$28,000.813-661-7366
40' 5th wheel 1998 Car-
riage, 2BR, Corian coun-
tertops, Gen., awns, exc.
cond. $40000 Will
deliver (517) 719-5182
43' Travel Supreme '01,
T.T., 4 Slideouts, Auto
satellite W/D fully
loaded xtras. MINT New
$80KSELL$51Kobo.Will
deliver (813) 949-3840 or
(517) 404-8081
45' 2br sleeps 8 or more,
W/D, 2AC, 2 heaters, ful-
ly self cont. 4 slide outs,
F/P, $41,500 obo
952-292-8162
Selling a guitar can be
easier than playing it.
Place youradin Musical
instruments, class 420.


562 Campers &
ul Travel Trirs

COLEMAN 2000 Chey-
enne pop-up camper
w/extra compartment
in front, used less than
10 times. ex cond $4000
FIRM 813-986-3671
NEW AND USED RV
Campers shipped
directly to you.
Discounted prices.
Contact Laury indsley
at 1-800-933-4386, xt 206
or www.greatoutdoors
rv.com
I R I
R Accessories

Class A RV Parts Inc. Your
RV Acc's parts & supply
needs. The right part the
first time. Oldsmar flea
market. 813-880-9114
REESE weight distribu-
tion tow kit 10,000 Ib
GBW 1,2001lb ongue
weight, 2" tow bar $295.
813 684-5844 Ive msg
55I Recreational
54 Rental

NEW COLEMAN POPUP
Campers available for
rent. A/C, sink, stove,
frig. For reservations
call Lynn 813-546-1827
15651 RV Storage
South Bay RV & Boat
Storage -Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000
Fowler & 1-75
RV's/Boats etc. Security,
$50/mo
813-986-3094
RVs: Your Transportation
to Adventure! Turn to
Classified when you're
in the market buy or sell!
C'wood RV/Boat storage.
Sec pkg w,24 nr access,
bright night lighting &
wash area. From $35
813-968 4991; 505-2803
1 n Swimming
580 Pools & Spas


A-1 SPAS
Hot Summer Deals!
2.3 5.8 PERSON SPAS
Lf SAVE$$$$ij
4PersonSpa $1,995
5 Person Spa $|2,495
Used spas from $899
DlxSpaCovers $249
Ozonators $149
PARTS-SERVICE
9017 ADAMO DRIVE
SW Corner Hwy 301 & 60
V 813-623-99970
HOT TUB $1185
Therapy Jets Energy effi-
cient, 110V, Warranty,
New in Crate. Free Deliv-
eryw 813-657-8449
HOTTUB New seats 5, 5hp
lots of jets, all digital,
blower ozone, party lite
waterfall, Cost $7K sacri-
fice $2699 813-966-2362
HOT TUB, sacrifice, never
used, 7 therapy tub, 20
jets, 5 hp. Paid $3295.
Sell $1350.813-363-1475

I MOVE SPAS
Sell/buy spas
Elec. spa hkup, lic.
(813)625-0165 24/7
POOL HEATERS FACTO-
RY DIRECT: Solar, Heat
Pump or Gas. Complete
do-it-yourself pool heat-
er kits. Phone quotes, in-
stallation available in
most areas.
1-800-333-9276, ext 501
www.solardirect.com
Lic #CWC029795, In-
sured. Dealer inquiries
welcome.
Sail Away With Savings -
see Class 585 for a great
selection of sailboats!
SPA/HOT TUB 4-5 person
deluxe mdl, therapeutic
jets underwater lights,
custom cabinet, full warr.
$1,650.813-505-6291
SPA! HOT TUB! 4-5 Person
w/lounger *5HP* Shoul-
der, Back & Hip jets *Ce-
dar Cabinet* Underwa-
ter light* Warranty. Re-
tails $4295. Sacrifice
$1650. 1-813-5230-7782
*727-480-0514
SPA/HOTTUB
person portable w/ his
& her lounger. 5hp, full
warranty. $1650
727-858-5185
SPA/HOTTUB
6 person, 6.5HP 44jets,
under water light, above
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
SPA. HOT TUB. SPA.
Never used, seats 5,
warranty, red wood cab-
inet, 24 jets. Sacrifice
$1495.941-544-0281
SPA! Overstocked! New 7
person spa-Loaded! In-
cludes cover, delivery &
warranty. $2999, was
$5999 888-397-3529.
SPA! Overstocked!
New 7-Person spa! Load-
ed! Includes cover, de-
livery & warranty.
$2999. was $5999.
888-397-3529.


Saunas &
581 Tanning
Equip
TANNING BEDS-Wolff
System beds, like new, 2
for $2 200 obo. Contact
Kelly 727-581-6707
I8 Water
583 Vehicles

KAYAKS (2) Wilderness
Systems Pamlico 120,
like new. $500 each.
PADDLES Warner, $200
each. CANOE 15' Kevlar
$800.2 custom PADDLES
$60 each.813-629-8353
SEADOO'S, 1995 XP Limit-
ed 110HP, 1997 GTI 3
sweater, w/ dble trIr,
great shape, garage
Kept, all for $570
813-541-8910
SEADOO GTS'S (3) 1999
Fixer Uppers $500/each
or $1200 for all
813-833-4441

Kawaski 2001 1100 STX
Jet Ski w/trailer, low
hours, $3500 obo
813-949-5915, askforAL.

SEADOO's (2) GTX 2001
3-seaters w/ trailer.
$11,900 813-643-3880
lease call after 5pm.

Polaris 2001 Virage TX &
2001 Polaris Vira e, new
double jetski trailer, low
hours. $7500 obo.
813-323-6805
KAWASAKI 1996 750ST 3
seater, Trailer, Low
Hours, Excellent
Condition, $2,000
813-995-9338W
Yamaha 2003 GP 1300 R,
16 hrs, perfect condi-
tion, has trailer & acces-
sories. $7900.
813-267-3124.
1584 IBoats I
12 Foot John Boat, inc. 2
swivel seats, 9.9 John-
son motor, 35 thrust
growling motor & trlr.
$2000obo. 813-677-8341
15' Canoe-Richline
aluminum. Good condi-
tion. $350.813-685-0570
15ft. 04Seadoo Sportster,
Only 10 hours! Spotless,
water toys, trir $11,50
obo. 813-689-8609 or
813-731-9467.
16' 1981 Checkmate,
Compl. redone in '02.
Incl. '97 Maiic Tilt Trlr,
exc. shape. Needs power.
$1,500.813-545-8907
17' BOSTON WHALER
w/trailer, '94 Evinrude,
88hp, new head just reblt
cent. cons. $500 obo.
813-732-8353 988-3278
17' SeaRay, 1996 Fish &
Ski 125HP Mercury,
trolling motor, boat
cover bimini top, ski
pole, fish seats, alum trIr,
$8900 Bell Lake Marine,
813-929-9253
17.5' 2002 Bass Tracker
Pro Series, 2002 Mercu-
ry 50, trailer included. 10
ours. $8000 obo.
813-677-8200
17.6' Roberts Flats Boat
*' 115 HP Johnson. salt
water trolling mrtor.
polling platform, push
pole, 2 live bait wells,
jack plate, trim tabs,
aluminum drive on
trailed depth recorder,
GPS, life jackets,
excellent condition.
$6500.813-220-0908
182' 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
18.5' Lowe 1997 Pontoon,
Johnson 35, PTT, trailer,
Bimini; FF, Live well,
Like new, $6250.
813-681-7915, 927-5712
20' 2000 Seahunt, 150
Johnson, new trailer,
Furuno D-GPS, family on
way sacrifice. Taking of-
fers. 813-689-4420
20', 2001 Yamaha LS 2000
Jet Boat, super clean,
warr. to '06, 270hp, 50+
mph CD, trlr, bimini
cvr, $12,995.813-679-283
20' Regal Bowrider 2005.
1/0, 225hp w/6 yr eng.
warr., dbl axl Trir, loaded
w/xtras, covers.
$27,000 obo. 813-672-8233
21' 2000 SEAFOX 3.0L
merc I/O Bimini cabin
p. potti, live well, dual
bats, f. finder, CB, tan-
dem trailer/brakes.
Fish ski or cruise.
$14,900. Pics at
www.x-ec.com/seafox
or call 813-254-3379
21' 3" 1985 CRIS CRAFT
CC 1 owner, garaged.
$14K spent in '99 on
150hp merc, Boat DR
Transom fuel tank
trailer w/elec winch, 2
live wells, electronics,
leaning post, new
bimini, looksgreat.
$7800 813-787-7591
21' HYDRASPORT 1997
150 Evinrude 67LB TM
CC, Livewell, J.P, SS
Prop, Drive On.
$14500obo 813-866-0621


1584 1 Boats I
21'MAKOBAYSHARK,CC,
1999, 200hp Optimax,
electronics, alum. TrIr.
Must sell, great cond.
$15K OBO. 727-423-7287
21' New Pontoon, 25 hp,
Mercury $7995. Other
sizes and motors avail.
www.pontoonsplus.com
-888-914-8989
21.5' SEARAY Express
Cruiser 1996, fully
loaded, low hrs, showrm
cond. Just svcd. $18,000.
813-248-8484
22FT 2000 Sting Ray, 350
Fl, Merc Cruiser, V8 10.
Too much to list.
$17,500 obo
813-404-7200
23' sea ox open T-top 1999
yamaha 200hp alum trIr
fish finder gps every-
thing read fo fishing
$8000 obo 813-323-7789
24' 2003 Bayliner, like
new, 50 hrs, loaded
-full canvas, GPS, A/C,
shore pwr, warr. to 09,
$37,90 81A-661-7337
24' 2004 Fishing Model
Pontoon Boat, 50H
Yamaha, No Trailer.
$9,900
Call (813)649-9160
25 ft Wellcraft Sport fish-
erman. Cuddy cabin
1991 model with 2000
twin EFI Mercury en-
gines. Great shape.
Ready to fish. $27,500.
Call 352-347-4470
31' 1999 SEARAY. 310
Sundancer, always prof
maint, kept under cov-
ered slip. Best on mar-
ket! $95k 813-814-4410
38' 1985 Chris Craft Cata-
lina, sleeps 6 in 2'state
rms & salon. $69K obo
www.legers.us/boat
727-490-7255
38' SEARAY, 1997 Sun
Sport 380 gen. air, low
hrs. racked, always
serviced, exc. cond.
$115K 814-450-2692
CANOE 14' BRAND NEW
Never been used, Mo-
hawk Solo canoe
w/paddle and sundry of
other accessories.
$550.00 OBO. Call
813-743-7896 (813)
634-4639
Largest Volume Pontoon
Dealer in Florida.
SNauticstar Bay Boats.
www.donsboating.com
813-677-1300
1 I Boat Slips- I
585 Storage

South Bay RV & Boat
Storage -Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000
Carrollwood Outside
Storage! All boats/RVs
welcome. Secure facility/
24 hr acc. Reasonable
rates. 813-505-2803
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+ /mo. Secured Ioc'r
813-684-9171
Marine
588 Supplies a
Repairs
T-TOPS ANODIZED
ALUM with new Canvas.
Customized to fit any
Boat $800.941-266-0903
www.aqua-shade.com
16'-20' Adjustable Boat
Trailer. Good condition.
Single axil galvanized.
$500 obo. 813-835-1407

1588 Houseboats
60 FT HOUSEBOAT 2002
LAKEVIEW Custom
built, a jewel, only 35hrs,
Located @ CenterHill
Lake Tenn $139900.
931-260-0099
i IsBoats I
590 wanted
CONSIGNMENTS NEEDED
Fishing & Pontoon boats
Customers waiting to
buy. Advantage Marine
DadeCity 352-523-9646
600-649
Transportation

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Services
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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
#M C299938)
1-800-941-3767.
Bay Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warrarny
Auto/ Boat/ RV
727-934-1731
TRANSMISSIONS Rebuilt
all makes and models
all work guaranteed. 15
years experience. Free
towing 813-760-0949
Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
3-D Service Inc. -
Crank kits from $99; ex-
change heads from
$250. Wholesale engine
parts & machine shop.
53-3336/800-538-8451


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620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
Engines & Transmissions
Used & Rebuilt 90 days
up to 3 yrs warr. Install
avail. M-F 9-5. Mem BBB
813-907-5519
RIMS- 18" Saleen
w/tires Good condition,
new$2200,SELLfor$600
obo 813-651-5221
TOPPER Custom fit,
Pewter, 2001 Chevrolet
1500 Ext Cab, $600. Call
813-626-9553
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z, guaranteed
work. Installation
available & everything
elese. Call Rob for
prices: 813-610-1535
TRUCK TIRES 4 tires
w/stock rims Michelin
LTX A/SP245/70 R17
108S M+ S virtually new
$85ea (813) 727-4847

6271 Utility
S Trailers
6 x12 Enclosed Motorc
cle Trailer, carpet, AC-
Heat electric brakes.
$2000 813-263-7310 or
352-588-4239
6x12 Hydraulic Dump
trailer. New! 2' sides
70001b capacity $3206
obo. 813-982-2637
or 813-918-8354
Lawn/Utility Trailer,
11'x6 4' sides, 3 storage
boxes, ramp.
$600 obo
813-967-4441
NEW-Hvy dly-tradirs.
2000 & 5001b a.les. nevw
15" tires. PT flours 4'
ramp gate. 446570 5>8
$65,510$725. 5%102'
mesh side $825, 6x12 2'
mesh $975.
Other sizes avail 926-7662
2- In Trucks- Light
Duty /

Chevy 1991 Silverado 1/2
ton, V-8, all power, low
mileage, 2 owner truck,
$3650
Chevy 1991 W/T 1/2 tond
V-6 auto, PS, PB, cold
AC $2350.813-469-3897

CHEVY 1995 S-10
BLACK 4 cylinder, 5
speed $2500 OBO
813-299-7403
CHEVY 1997 1500WT,
140K hwy mi, AC, very
clean. Cstm tires & rims.
Must see! $4500 obo.
813-545-7179
CHEVY 2003 SILVERADO
8,200 mi White Pickup,
I/b Auto., 2 WD, 8
Cyl.tinted, toolbox
$f4,500, obo Must Sell
(813)886-4134
DODGE 1976 some rust,
runs strong, $1000 obo
813-929-0423
DODGE 1990*DAKOTA, w/
topper, automatic, air,
windows & locks, low
mileage, good shape,
$2995.813-684-8069
DODGE 1995 Dakota, Ext.
cab 55K mi. 2nd owner,
loaded, topper, towpkg.
showroom cond. $7900
obo. 813-505-5031
Dodge 1997 Ram 1500
Sport, ext cab, 5.9L, new
engine, loaded metallic
green. $8,500 obo
813-884-2182
DODGE 2001 Ram 1500
Work Truck. V6, 5 spd.
long bed tall topper
w/shelve & storage box,
5x10 top deck, 5001b
cap. hitch, red body,
silver top, very clean
serviced reg. very good
cond. 78K mi. $8950
813-713-7091
DODGE 2001 Ram Sport,
49,800 mi, quad cab,
5.9 V8, be7liner leather
auto, PW, PD/L, cruise,
am/fim C, tow package
garage kept, $15,895.
813-662-594: 335-4478
DODGE 2002 Dakota SXT
club cab, pFs, AC, AM/F
cass. bediner, alloy
whIs.5exc.cond. 11,800.
813-917-6649
Dodge 2002 Ram 1500
plus all options, all
black, 20" rims, exc
cond. $25K 813-299-8270
Dodge 2002 Ram 1500,
long bed, V8 auto air
75Kmi., excellent condi
tion $9,000.
813-641-1094; 340-6634
DODGE 2003 Ram 1500,
regular cab 5 spd blue
6,500 miles, AC $10,900
813-245-7996 or
245-8770
FORD 1989 F250 Super
Cab, XLT Lariat, 460cc,
87k mi, new tires
brakes, A/C $450d
813-833-9141
FORD 1996 F150 XL, Auto,
New Tires, Runs Great.
$5000. OBO.
813-659-3543
Ford 1999 F250 Heavy
Duty Refrigerated 10 Ft
box truck Excellent
shape 813-920-6550
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FORD 1999 RangerSportX
Cab V6, 5spd AC, Lg
Bed, W/Liner-toolbox.
Lady owned! Garage Kept
All ServRecEx Cond
$6,250. 813-996-2605
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FORD 2000 F150 Super
Cab Lariat, Triton5.4V8,
auto, fully loaded Ithr,
exc cond, $13,488. FORD
'91 F250, 4x4, V8, 5spd,
new tires and wheels,
A/C, good cond $3,995.
813-935-6517/417-6744
FORD 2002 XLT V8 Super
Cab black, 2 tone,
preferred pkg-loaded,
bed cover. 37,000miles,
$17,500 obo. 13-629-2272
FORD 2003 Ranger XLT,
V6, ext cab white, ac,
am/fm, bedliner, 17K,
excellent cond $15,000.
813-871-3591:545-0090
FORD 2003 Red Lightning,
2K mi, mint cond, ga-
raged, all options p us
extras, fact warr.
$28,750.813-909-0581
FORD 2004 F150 14k mi
Red, Pickup, 5 Speed, 2
WD, 6 Cyl. 6cd changer,
$1500 utility cap mcl
10,700, Super Buy (813)
41-3131
TOYOTA 1996 Tacoma V6,
V- 4x4, 6" lift, 35" tires ex-
tra clean lots of extras.
Must See! $7200.
813-909-0592
TOYOTA 2002 Tundra,
w/cap & bedliner, N/S,
28K mi, auto, keyless en-
try, power win, cruise.
$21,240.813-857-3108
TOYOTA 2003 Tundra V8,
Silver Bedtopper, 27K
Mi, Excellent Shape,
Tow Pkg, Have to see to
believe, $19,995obo
352-628-6292 476-7418
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630 Heav Duty

FORD 1991 Super Duty. 5
speed diesel, clean, set-
up with 5th wheel,
goose neck. Low miles,
$5750.685-8499.
GMC1988Sgl Axle 12
yard dump Dbl gate 3208
catauto 2 spd AC AB 86k
very nice clean truck
$12,900 813-713-4673
Hino 1991, Thermo-King,
MD II Max Reefer with
14' box, automatic AC
excellent cond, $1i,000
obo. 352-628-2688
Mitsubishi 1992 FM Ther-
mo-King, MD II SS4 w/
18' box, spd, eng brake,
AC excworktruck,
$10,600 obo. 352-628-2688
HIGHWAY VANS
60 Fruehaus 48'
1987to1990 $2750each
Located Detroit.
519-657-5633
1630A|IBuses
VW 1971 Classic Bus,
weekender model
RARE, hard top w/full
camper int., very good
cond. $6000 obo
813-818-9175.

J630B 4-Wheel |
I Drive
FORD 1994 Bronco Eddie
Bauer Edition heavy du-
ty 4WD, brand new fires
leather, tilt, cruise, all
pwr windows, steering
& brakes. Sharp! Jade &
tan. $6500.813-309-0146
JEEP 1991 WRANGLER
Black 5 Speed 4 WD 4
CyI., 200000 mi. $3,000
Must See! (813)
671-8491
JEEP 2002 Wrangler
Sahara, 4x4, 29K mi.
mint cond.5 spd. green,
tow kg alloy whis,
$19,999 Obo. 727-421-6757
TOYOTA 1996 Tacoma,
118k mi, reg cab, 5sp, AC
looks great, runs great.
Was $5900, now $4,900
N Tampa. 813-996-4674
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Chevy 2001 Conversion
Van 34K mi loaded, 350
V-8 engine, tv/vcr, mas-
sage seats. $20,400 obo
813-831-9724
?Handicapped
Equipped

CHRYSLER 2001 Town &
Country LXI, Gold, Ithr
int, one owner non-
smoker, 4 bucket seats
w/int Harmar elec
w/chair lift&/or2 addt'l
bucket seats. New tires.
Slight body damage.
$8,500 813-289-6514
Dodge 1992 B-350, 1 ton,
extended, 15 pass. or
cargo 92K mi., X-clean,
A/C, V8,$5300.
813/933-5658
DODGE 1997 Caravan,
loaded, 89,000 miles,
$5000.
813-933-9327
DODGE 1997 Grand
Caravan SE, V6, 3.0L,
77k, garage kept, all
pwr, eyless entry w/
alarmprivglass, am/fm
cass, Grea Cond, Must
See! $6800 obo.
813-654-8982 *681-3249
DODGE 2003 Cargo Van,
new, white extra clean
20k mi. Asking $13 900
obo. 813-810-3278

PLYMOUTH 1999 Grand
Voyager Handicap Van,
10 lowered floor,
powered ramp, 35K mi.
727-393-6958
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1631 IVans I
TOYOTA 1998 Sienna XLE
All Power, AC, Airbags,
Keyless, Allows, CD,
10K Ml $11,500
813-393-62b 5 63-0832
TOYOTA 1999 XLE Sienna,
white, loaded, all op-
tions, well maintained,
160K miles $7,900 obo.
813-443-3209
WINDSTAR 2000 LX
4Door, Dual AC, Rack, 7
Passenger, New Tires,
New Trans. W/Warran-
ty, 103,000 mi, $5,900
060 (813) 671-0177
Sport Utility
632 Vehicles

Chevrolet 1998 Blazer
S10, 4 door, 2wd, V6,
new tires & AC. 1 owner,
clean runs great. 29K mi.
813-876-3739
CHEVY 1987 K5 Blazer
350FI, 4" lift new tires,
throttle body, dual ex-
haust $3100 neg
813-727-8539 *655-8525
Chevy 1999 Suburban,
dualair, 3rd seat, all Ithr,
all extras, CD tinted, new
tires. Great condition.
$8,995.813-754-5906
Chew 2001 Tahoe LT,
4WD, tow pkg, 36K, red
met. tan leather, rear
air, 3rd seat, all power,
$22,950,813-417-2038
CHEVY 2001 Tahoe LS,
4x4, 56K mi, Sparkling
Red w/grey cloth, book
value $24500, buy now
$18,975.727-688-4761
CHEVY 2002 Suburban
2500LT 6.0 White with
Tan Leather Loaded,
4x4, 45K Mi,
$25,900 *813-716-5014
CHEVY 2003 Trailblazer,
LSSer;esCDAC. s.pb.
low mi. 122.000. below
loanvalue.813-238-2564
after 4pm
CHEVY 2004 SUBURBAN
2500 6.0, % ton rare,
white w/ Ithr, LT, load-
ed, on-star, XM radio,
14,600 mi $34,995
863-640-3457
DODGE 2000 DURANGO
49,800 mi Burgundy,
Sports Utility, Auto., 4
D, 8 Cyl. 5100 Must
See, RFlawess,i New Tires
and Brakes (813)
571-2443
DODGE 2003 DURANGO,
dk bl, fully loaded, Mint
cond., Kelley blue book
value $20 000. asking
$16,900.813-781-0324
Ford 1988 Bronco full size.
AC, PS, auto, rebuilt en-
gine, transmission, rear
endyrs ago.180 obo

FORD 1992 Explorer Eddie
Bauer, PL, PS. PW.
cruise, Ithr, surf. till.
low mi. 93K, Mint cond.
$3800,813-685-1049
FORD 1993 Explorer, Ithr
seats, AC, CDplayer, exc
cond, hwy mires oil
change reg, clean. Must
see. $2900813-833-4647
FORD 1996 EXPLORER LE
Mint cond., 78k mi., BikI
Tan Ithr, all power,
sunrf runningbrds, tow
pkg. $7300 813-831-8566
FORD 1997 EXPLORER XLT
4X4, 1 owner, runs great,
all power, automatic
brand new tires, $5800
obo. Erin 813-679-6000
Ford 1999 Explorer Sport,
blue, 2 door, loaded,
towing package, sun-
roof, 54K miles, $8500
OBO. Call 813-505-8915
FORD 2001 Explorer, Pre-
mium Sport, 45K mi, BIk
w/grey int, fully equip.
book value $11.800 sell
$8,950.727 688-4;61
GMC 1996f. Suburban Mod-
el 150J 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
Hummer 2003 H2, luxury
pkg, OnStar, towing
pkg, exc. cond., full
loaded, good miles, First
$39,999,813-426-5060
INFINITI 1998 QX4, 79k mi,
loaded, 6 disc CD,
sunroof, black w/ gray
Ithr, exc cond! $14500
obo. 813-962-1351
ISUZU 1997 Rodeo LS, au-
to, air, V6 new tires &
brakes, 167K mi., excel-
lent condition $3400,
813-641-1094; 340-6634
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
352-523-1795
JEEP 1995 GRAND Chero-
kee Limited. 1 owner,
perfect cond, fully load-
ed w/ leather. Don't
miss tis-only$6250 obo
813-630-2422:662-1447:
JEEP 1995 WRANGLER
Sahara 4x4,5 spd 6 cyl,
looks & runs great, new
tires. Below Blue Book
$4950 813-677-1946
SADDLED WITH HORSES?
Advertise in class 525 and
buyers will gallop to
your stable!


6321 Sport Utility
6 Vehicles
JEEP 2002 LIBERTY
SPORT silver, 6-CD play-
er, tinted windows, 28K
miles, $15,500 or bestof-
fer.i 813-508-033811'
KIA 2000 Sport, 76,500
miles auto, power,
$5,300. Call
727-409-9378.
LEXUS 2001 RX300 1 own-
er, non smkr, 26K mi. All
opts, leather & moon rf,
fact. warty 6yr/ 70k.
$24,500941-350-7544
Lincoln 1998 Navigator
only 43K mi., V8, 5.4L
fully loaded AC, wd
gra & Ithr, $16,700
fakes it. 813-967-3236
MERCURY 1998 Moun-
taineer V6, Ithr, remote,
keyless, A, 83K mi
Excellent condition.
$6900813-888-6505
NISSAN 1998 Pathfinder
4x4. Black w/leather Int.
Sunroof. TV/DVD Cus-
tom Stereo & Wheels
$9,995 813-265-8910
Nissan 2000 Pathfinder
SE 4x4, low miles,
cean,'Bose CD
$14,999.
Call 813-689-4420
TOYOTA 1999 4Runner
Limited leather, sunrf,
V6, auto, keyless, all pwr
low miles. Min cond!
$13,900.813-690-4056
TOYOTA 2002 RUNNER,
SR5, warr., very clean,
lots of options only 20K
mi. $21,900. 727-712-3112
or 727-421-1147
TOYOTA 2002 Highlander
Limited, 39k Hwy miles,
excellent condition,
$22,900.813-886-1121 or
813-996-1338
633 Scooters &
633 Mopeds

ELECTRICAL SCOOTER
with Bicycle peddles.
Brand new, never been
used. Asking $595.
Call 813-653-9214
GEELY 2003 49cc, street
legal, o;i injected -oot
er. 340 km. Great oas
mileage. $70o. Ca0
813-909-9078
HONDA 2000 CR250, Runs
and looks great.
$1,800.
Call 813-545-8907
HONDA 2002 RC51. One of
a kind! 3800 original
miles. Too much to list.
$7,500.
Call 813-545-8907
MITSUBISHI 1959 SILVER
PIGEON SCOOTER, Like
Cushman, 125CC, good
cond., runs well, must
sell. $1150.
Cell 507-358-6316
1635 | Motorcycles |
Harley Davidson 1998 Dy-
na Lo Rider, exc cond,
9300 mi, custom whls,
chrome, xtra seat bags
$11,000 813-495-3642
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2001
Dyna Wide Glide, 3k mi,
Screaming Eagle pipes,
extwarr alarm, Chrome
x-tras, like new, $16,500
813-909-2207
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2002
Soft Tail Fat Boy 32K mi.,
extended wrrfy many
upgrades. Asking
$0,000. 813-967-2300
HARLEY 2002 VROD, 2800
mi, perfect cond.
$14,000 obo.
813-478-8907

HARLEY DAVIDSON 2003
1200 XLH Sportster,
2000 miles, many extras,
$8750.813-677-9477

HONDA 1988 COLDWING
1500 GL, Low mileage,
loaded w/ shur trailer,
lots of extras, $7500.
813-662-5105
Honda 2003 XR400, Mint
cond, garage kept,
$5700 new, $4500 obo &
2000 Honda XR100, good
cond. $1300 obo. Add'I
equip avail
813 818-9175.
HUSQAVARNA 2003 50cc
Motorcross Bike, riden
little $900. Complete MX
suit incl. helmet & boots
$200.727-455-0493
Kawasaki 1996
Eliminator, 3700 miles,
garage kept, $2500/obo.
813-298-2852 -
Ask for John
KAWASAKI 1997 Ninja,
500 CC, 1450 mi., $1700
works great. Nice!
813-948-8525 leave mes-
sage
Kawasaki 1999 Vulcan
Nomad, 17K miles, good
condition, new tires &
brakes, garage kept,
$7400.813-244-1631
SUZUKI 2000 BANDIT
1200,11K mi, hard bags,
corbin seat, s.s. pipes, 1
owner, garaged, mint.
$3,900.813-690-5714
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $. Will picK
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc.813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
16361 Golf Carts
EZ-GO 1987 Golf Cart,
good charger &
batteries, new seat,
$450 obo. 813-633-3980


1636 | Golf Carts I
GOLF CARS: 2001 E-Z Go
$1700 2002 E-ZGo$2000,
2001 Club Car $1800,
2004 New E-Z Go $4600,
1-800-571-1644

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
16371ATVs I
POLARIS 2004 330, 2x4,
Less than 52 hrs, Mint!
Adult owned, A steal at
$3500 813-986-6335,
813-355-1232
YAMAHA 2001 KODIAK
400 4x4 Camo edition,
low hours.
$3600 OBO
7 7-698-4822
I Vehicles
640 Wanted

1-800-CHARITY Donate
Your Vehicle Directly to
the Original, Nationally
Acclaimed Charity Cars
100% Charity Not a
Used Car Dealer / Fun-
draiser 1-800-Charity
(1-800-242-7489)
www.800charity-
cars.org
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 comepick it up!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535
CASH FOR CARS, TRUCKS
AND VANS, RUNNING OR
NOT FREE TOWING,
QUICK REMOVAL
813-363-1874
VEHICLES WANTED!
CASH TODAY! Running
or not. Cars, Trucks &
Vans. Call 813-630-9201
or 813-728-7979
Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
CADILLAC 1976 El Dorado
convertible yellow 28k
miles, best offer.
813-643-3880 Please call
after 5pm.
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 ogo/will trade for
boat. 813-545-8778
FORD 1936 RAT ROD,
Chop 7 channel 10 short-
en 20, 444 gears, tow
bar, ex Dick Tracey Prop
Car, less engine.
$1,500 OBO. 813-759-6805
FORD 1965 Mustang cou-
pe, 6 cyl, auto new blue
paint w/new blue/ wht
Intr many new parts,
$060 obo813-681-9716
FORD 1975 MAVERICK, 1
owner, 29K mi, good
cond, restoration
started. $1900.
813-996-2782

VW 1972 Bug
runs good, needs body
work. Many extra parts.
$1350 obo. 813-643-8505
WANTED: JAGUAR XKE/
XK Healey/ MGT/TR3/
MGA. Any condition.
Cash buyer will pick up.
(407) 620-6295
IA IStation
64 Wagons

SUBURU 1996 Legacy
wagon, loaded, 92k mi.
Exc. cond, well main-
tained. $4000 obo
(863)644-3876
| Automobiles
j649 For Sale

ACURA 1994 INTEGRA
Good cond, JVC-CD, au-
to; black, power wins &
locks. 139K mi. $3295
813-685-8715
BMW 1993 52514dr sedan,
auto, pwr sn rf, all pwr,
97k mi, cold A/C, runs
exc, perf body $5900
813-918-0810
BMW 1998 7401, Black
with Dove leather
interior, nice condition,
109K mi. $15,500.
Call (813)654-2287
BMW 1999 323i
Convertible, 49.8K
miles, loaded, silver,
gray leather interior.
$17,900 obo. 727-459-5782
BMW 2001 X5 4.4i,
Silver w/black leather,
48K miles, fully loaded,
excellentcond, new tires,
$32,390.813-827-4552
BMW 2003 525i Sterling
grey, only Ilk mi, 50k
act warr, prem pkg, int.
phone, exccond$35,900
813-888-5051
CADILLAC 1983 Coupe
DeVille. 66000 miles.
Good Condition. Asking
$3,000.813-754-9594
Cadillac 1997 Catera,
68k miles, fully loaded,
pwr package, new
tires/brakes, 12 disk cd.
$4950.813-732-8551


S Automobiles
649 For Sale
CADILLAC 1999 Catera
Sedan, 4dr, 25Kmi, load-
ed Ithr, auto. Exc con.
Slvr. Integrated phone.
$11,500.813-935-7077
Cadillac 2001 Deville DHS,
White diam, cloth top,
chrome whils, Ithr, Bose,
htd seats, exc cond,
$17,500.813-907-8249
Chevy 1985 Caprice Clas-
sic, 57k actual miles, ga-
raged kept, like new all
pwr, runs perfect. Must
sell, Wife wants garage
for new car! $3,900
813-645-5191
CHEVY 1993 Corsica 6cyL
AM/FM/CD, exc cond,
air good tires, 1 owner,
wel kept, runs good.
$2000352-754-9804
CHEVY 1994 CAMARO
Conv. teal w/ blk top,
A/C single CD, auto, pwr
dr sts cruise, tilt $4500
813-968-5246
CHEVY 1996 CAPRICE
CLASSIC Factory HiHP-
dual exh,92K $5K obo
(813)571-5534 Lithia

CHEVY 1996 Caprice V8,
Exc Cond, Tint, 165K Mi,
Burgundy, Everything
works, Well Maintained,
$4,000 *813-376-3307
CHEVY 1997 CAMARO,
Teal Grn, AT, 51K mi, ful-
ly equip ext clean book
value $7900, sell for
$5,850.727-688-4761
CHEVY 1997 Camero 30th
Anv Special Edtion Well
Maintained, Very Clean,
CD Cold AC, Must See!
$5,500 -813-361-4662
CHEVY 1997 CAVALIER
2dr, blk 4 cyl, auto,
sunrf, CD, satellite sys-
tem ready. 60K mi.$3695
B00 813-643-5553
CHEVY 1998 LUMINA
A/C, Auto., V-6, 4-dr,
Power locks & windows.
$2500 Good cond. 813
04-5773
Chevy 1999 Malibu, auto,
4dr, cold A/C 93K orig.
miles, 4-cyt. engine
$3950 obo 813-986-1709
or 874-3917.
CHEVY 1999 TRACKER, 4
dr 2whl dr, 4 cyl, 5 spd,
A/C, all pwr, cruise, CD,
83K mi, Immaculate
$4499813-759-4623
CHRYSLER 1994 LEBARON
GTX Convertible Very
nice.
$2200
813-920-0679
CHRYSLER 1995 CON-
CORD Good cond. Full
pwr, looks/runs good.
2500 OBO. 813-655-
201/571-0191
CHRYSLER 1995 NEW
YORKER, 127K mi., all
power, good condition,
1 owner. $2,200.
813-839-7197 837-5360
CHRYSLER 1997 LHS 64k
great cond, red w/tan,
call for details, ASE
$4850 (813) 926-0151

Chrysler 2005 300C Hem-
mi, 6000 mi, loaded, Ithr,
cd, sunroof all power.
$34k.813-967-5305
CORVETTE 1980 red, 350
engine, automatic, pow-
er windows, t-tops, air.
$8700 obo.
813-681-8860.
Corvette 1985, Viper Blue
W/white stripes,
Greenwood spoiler 16
mags 160K mi, rebuilt
trans, new ac & MP3.
Neon It kit, runs good.
$6950 813-6430443
CORVETTE 1986 COUPE
Silver, 83K miles.
Excellent condition.
Must see. $9500
813-671-9307
Corvette 1994,2 tops, 77K
mi, new tires, ZR1 whis,
red, Ithr, garage kept,
lady driven. $14,500 obo
813-888-6505
CORVETTE 1999, Pewter,
all opt, 02 rims, glass
top, heads up, 12 disc cd,
Sar. Non-Smoker
$23,900813-891-9649
CORVETTE 2004, 6 spd,
yellow w/ red int, load-
ed, 10k mi, $37,995
863-640-2802

DAEWOO
1999 Leganza Needs new
engine. $800.
813-961-9389
Dodge 1988 Raider- same
as Mitsubishi Montero,
good condition. Asking
$1325. Call 813-245-2424

DODGE 2001 STRATUS SE
4 door, loaded, 4cyl, 48k
mi, beautiful min cond.
$7495.813-933-5658

DODGE 2002 Neon, Black
4dr, AC, all power, 60aK
miles, $4,800. Call Scott
813-299-7995
Ford 1985 Mustang, pwr
locks & wndws, t-tops, 5
spd, carb, good int.
Prime rims runs great
SOLD 813-363-1257
FORD 1995 PROBE, White
good cond. 95K mi., all
power. Asking $2,000.
813-949-6038 -431-5436
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Place a classified ad &
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I Automobiles
649 For Sale '

FORD 1997 THUNDERBIRD
47K mi, Alpine green
leather, Coupe, Auto., 8
Cyl. $5,400, Low Miles
(813)495-4307
FORD 2002 FOCUS, fac
warr, 27,800 mi, pwr
wind/locks, CD, alarm,
exc cond! $6806
813-837-2125
Ford 2003 Taurus Ses
DOHC, low miles,
leather, sunroof, spoiler,
CD auto, alum. wheels
$13,900.813-866-3611
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 1994 CIVIC LX
Very good condition, air
power windows & locks,
AM/FM, CD 120K mi.
$3300 813-921-2264
HONDA 1996 ACCORD EX,
73K mi., dark Green,
auto, moon roof, A/C.
$6,300
(727)372-0739
HONDA 1999 Accord EX,
4DrV6, New Tires, Load-
ed,38K Mi Leather, Sun-
roof, C like new
$11,700 obo 813-671-7589
HONDA 1999 PRELUDE,
Vtec, coupe 2D, 4 cyl,
2.2L, AT, loaded x-cond
47K miles $13,895 obo
813-986-6561 310-4286
HONDA 2000 ACCORD
48,500 mi, Green, Sedan,
Auto., 2 WD 4 Cyl.,
CD/MP3/AM/FM 6 spkr,
$11,200 Negotiable
Must Sefl (813) 978-2158
HONDA 2001 S2000,
6-speed, Red/Gray Ithr,
Conv, cold AC, CD fully
loaded low ml. $20,995.
813-833-5012
HONDA 2002 Accord EX-
VL, V6 auto 26k, gold,
CD, alloys, lIher, sunrf,
must sell! $19,990 nego
exc cond 813-643-2695
HONDA 2002 INSIGHT
Hybrid auto blue,
50MPG+, asking
$11,450 Larry
941-322-9712 Iv msg
HONDA 2003 Civic EX
Black, full power, 5
speed, 34K, sun/moon
roof, CD. alloys. $12,800
813-361-1534
INFINITI 2000 G20 gold, 4
drs, Bose stereo, pw/pl,
moon roof, tinted
alarmmint condition!!
si$0ok. 727-687-2817
INFINITE 2003 G35 Sport
Coupe 24,500 mi, silver,
allopts,sport pkg,spoil-
er. $32K OBe or take
over pymts or assume
lease of $619/mo. Must
sell. www.swapa
lease.cor #75556.
813-926-4699
Infiniti 2003 G35
sedan 4D dark blue,
excellent cond.,
$22,500. Call Steve
813-376-3513
Infiniti 2004 G35 Coupe,
auto, sunroof, platinum,
leather CD, clean, 6500
miles, $33,500 firm.
813-920-4911.
JAGUAR 2004 XType, 3.0,
12k mi, black, automat-
ic, sunroof, exc cond.
50k mi warr, owner mov-
ing, must sell. $26,000.
813-223-5858
LEXUS 1990 LS400 4dr,
white, tan leather int,
exc cond, well main-
tained. Must see! $6400
813-240-1222
LEXUS 1996 GS 300, bur-
gundy w/tan leather, 12
disc CD sat. radio, sun-
roof 78k mi. Excellent.
$12,500. 813-431-5427.
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 1990 TOWN
CAR exc cond, all pwr,
CD, 35K on new factory
e n g i n e
$2250.obo813-949-3933
LINCOLN 1995 TOWNCAR
Executive Series 58K
mi, senior owned, ga-
rage kept, wht/ an
leather. Perfect! $6000
obo. 813-654-8589
LINCOLN 1997 MARK VIII
LSC. V8, Ithr chrm whils,
loaded, all mem., Bose
sound, exc cond, 93K mi,
$7200.813-310-8005
Lincoln 2001 Continental
1 owner, 'o mileage, fact
warranty, loaded. Col-
lectable. $15,900
813-389-9940
MAZDA 2000 Miata, 22K
Mi, Metallic Green, BIk
Cloth, 5 spd, 16" Chrome
Wheels, Garaged.
$12,500 *813-920-4399
MAZDA 2001 Miata 11,500
mi, black/tan w/tan
leather int. Bose CD ca-
sette, 5 spd, $17,000,
Loaded, 727-847-2718


SEPTEMBER 23,2004 THE COURIER 27

4 1 Automobiles 6491 Automobiles
649 For Sale For Sale
MERCEDES 1992190E, 94k PONTIAC 1994 Firebird V6
mi, gas 4 cyl, air bags AC AM/FM/CD 178K
alarm, sunrf, air, AM/FM (75K on This Eng) Re-
CD, heated seats. $6k cent tune-up & tires
obo. 813-681-8860. $1,700 813-546-0141
MERCEDES 1992 300D PONTIAC 1995 Firebird,
runs great, cold AC, Green, Upgraded CD
clean interior, exc. con- Stereo, 56K Mi Great
edition. 243K mi. $5200. Condition $4,500 obo
813-909-1752 813-205-0175
MERCEDES 1998 E320, like Pontiac 1996 Bonneville 4
new in/out, 76K mi, full door, 6 cyl, 88K mi., cold
transferable warranty, A/C, new tires, all power,
Burgundy/Tan loaded, exc. cond $3,495.
$18,900.813-96b-1898 Call 813-758-6032
MERCEDES-BENZ 1999 Pontiac 1996 Grand Am,
C280, Black, auto, power clean, excellent condi-
everything, sunroof. tion! 1 owner/driver.
Asking $05,999 OBO. $3000.813-988-0628,
813-404-9527 813-494-0811
MERCEDES 1999 SL500, PONTIAC 2000 Firebird
Champagne, 52K miles, Burgundy, 34K mi. V6,
STARMARK warranty to owner deceased,
100K mi, excellent cond. garage kept, exc. cond.
$34,900 813-230-0350 $12,500 813-949-7224
MERCEDES 2000 CLK 430 PORSCHE 2002 911 11.5K
conv.,silverw/blue top, mi, Seal Grey/Blk 6s d
factory nav. & phone, MINT. Garage kept, 18
dealerserviced perfect, rims, xenons $61,900
$33,500.727-224-1790 (239) 273-5951
MERCEDES 2000 CLK430 Porsche2003911Carrera,
Conv., flawless, silver, red convertible, only
amg pkg, fully loaded. 4500 miles, garage kept,
46K mi. $35,500 obo. factory warranty includ-
813-244-8465 Must See! ed.$71K 727-505-9383
Mercedes 2000 E430, se- PORSCHE 2004 Cayenne
dan, bilk ext, charcoal Turbo. Jarama Beige/
int,oneowner Excellent Havanna, loaded, only
condition. 49k miles 8500 mi, MSRP $96,000,
$31,000.813-417-0055 sell for $77,500. Call
MERCEDES 2000 ML320, -904 -543-9184
72k, New tires, brakes. SAAB 2003 9.3 turbo 5spd
Recently serviced, std silver w/ leather,
$17,900. 10,000 mi., OnStar, fully
813-624-5747 loaded exc cond.
MERCEDES-BENZ 2004 $22,00b.813-390-1698
C240 26k mi, Syn. oil Subaru 1999 Legacy Out-
changed every 5k mi 6 back, auto, ac pwr
Cyl. $31,000, Flawless brake& steering 49k mi
(813) 654-9120 1 owner, great cond,
MERCEDES 2004 CLKS00 $9500.813-985-1532
cabriolet. Silver/Ash TOYOTA 1987 Corolla,
Ithr, 2500 mi, command Low low miles, A/C,
sys, wood pkg, CD, heat- fantastic sound system,
ed seats Save $7,500. great condition, $1995.
Call 904-543-9184 813-963-3344
MERCURY 1992 COUGAR, TOYOTA 1990 Camry
V6, A/C, AM/FM auto. 170,000 miles 1 owner
Good condition $1800. asking $1200.
813-654-0515 813-754-9594
TOYOTA 1995 AVALON XL
Mercury1996CougarXR7 Bk,4D Lth,Pwr Sts,
1 owner, garage kept, MIt-CD NonSmoker,Au-
69k, lthrintfullyloaded: to, 129k, $4,750 Great
Mint cond. 1st $3500. Condition, (727)698-
813-967-2317.689-3227 6838DIR
Mercury 1996 Sable Wag- TOYOTA 1996 Camry LE,
on, goodcond., cold air, Must see' Power AC
new battery, 77K mi' cruise control. $4900
power windows. $3,250 obo. Exc cond.
813-752-6808 404-0531 813-857-3545
Mercury 1998 GRAND TOYOTA 1996 Corolla au-
Marquis GS, Excellent to trans, AC green, exc
Gold, 44K1!! All Power condition, 77k miles,
Runs Like New, $6756 AM/FM/cass. $4156
obo. 813-244-8398 obo. 813-453-8566
MG 1977MGBConvertible TOYOTA 1997 Selica Lift-
and hard top, Original back, 3D GT, silver, 67k
owner, white, 2 Top 5 spd, all power, sunrf,
runswell, lotsofTLC, new tires exc condo.
$5150.813-215-2784 $9000.813-972-0103
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TeHfn1M

of Each Week wil
be e red towi

* 4 Movie Passes to Lake
Walden Cinema and Gift
Card for Concession Stand
*1 Year Membership for
24 Hour Coast to Coast
Emergency Roadside
Service from Allstate/Bob
Adams
* $50 Gift Certificate
to Cherry's
* The Weekly Winners will
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to Lake Walden Cinema
* $20 Gift Certificate
from Cherry's


Cherrys
Wins: 11
Losses: 8
Georgia
Cal
Auburn
USF
BuGS
Colts
Titans
Saints
Patriots
Browns


To Enter-Mail or Bring Entry Form by 5pm Thursday to:
The Courier 101 N. Wheeler St., Plant City, FL 33566


CIRCLE ONE FROM EACH GAME
FOR WEEKEND OF SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2ND


Name 1. LSU @Georgia 4. Broncos @ Bucs 7. Saints @ Cardinals
Address 2. Auburn @ Tennessee 5. Colts @ Jaguars 8. Patriots @ Bills
Address 3. Southern Miss @ USF 6. Titans @ Chargers 9. Redskins @ Browns
City Tie Breaker: Cal @ Oregon State
State __ Zip Phone (pick total number of points scored)____
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General Manager
Wins: 9
Losses: 10
Georgia
Oregon
Tennessee
Southern Miss
Broncos
Colts
Titans
Saints
Patriots
Redskins


Rorida Insurance
Center, Inc.
Wins: 10
Losses: 9
Georgia
Cal
Tennesse
Southern Miss
BuGS
Colts
Titans
Saints
Patriots
Redskins


Alsate
Insurance
Wins: 10
Losses: 9
LSU
Cal
Tennessee
USF
Bucs
Colts
Titans
Saints
Patriots
Redskins


Cellular Unlimited,
Inc.
Wins: 8
Losses: 11
LSU
Oregon
Tennessee
Southern Miss
Bucs
Colts
Titans
Saints
Patriots
Redskins


Grandpa Johnson's
Barbeque
Wins: 9
Losses: 10


Georgia
Oregon
Tennessee
USF
Broncos
Colts
Titans
Saints
Patriots
Redskins


Sunshine State
Federal Savings
Wins: 11
Losses: 8
Georgia
Oregon
Auburn
Southern Miss
BuGS
Colts
Titans
Saints
Patriots
Browns


Felton's
Wins: 8
Losses: 11
Georgia
Oregon
Tennessee
Southern Miss
Broncos
Colts
Titans
Saints
Patriots
Redskins


Allstate
Wins: 8
Losses: 11
Georgia
Cal
Auburn
USF
Broncos
Colts
Titans
Cardinals
Patriots
Redskins


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Losses: 11


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Auburn
USF
Bucs
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