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SEPTEMBER 30, 2004 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


STORM WOES PERSIST


in the
NEWS


A two-page photo
spread features
photos taken after
Hurricane Jeanne
rolls through.
PAGE 11-B


BUDGET


The city commission
passes the 2004-5
budget.
PAGE 3


BRIGGS


A Plant City woman
sports denim and
walks away with a
diamond.
PE 8


INDEK


CALENDAR
PAGE I

CLASSIFIED
PAGE 12
CROSSWORD
PAGE 2i
FAMILY LIVING
PAGE 8

OPINION
PAGE 6


PLANT CITY DIGEST
PAGE 4


DAVE BUYENS/photo
The winds from Hurricane jeanne, clocked as high as 76 mph in Plant City, blew the tin roof off Annie B. Diggs' home at 1906 E. Ohio
St., exposing the old shingles underneath.


Mean Jeanne

Hurricane Jeanne Batters Plant City, But Many
Residents Say They Feel 'Blessed'


By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
To Juanita Lyle, it felt and sounded as
though her mobile home was parked on
top of the railroad.
Lyle and her husband stayed in their
home in Plant City's Floral Village mobile
home park Saturday night and Sunday,
through Jeanne's full wrath, despite a man-
datory evacuation order for all mobile
homes in Hillsborough County.
The wind howled and the walls shook.
"It sounded like a train," Lyle said. "You
could feel the wind through the walls. It
was really bad."


The Lyles made it through the night
unscathed, and even their mobile home
did OK, losing only an awning. Others in
the park did not fare so well. Some lost
carports and sections of their roofs.
"We've been blessed," Juanita Lyle said.
That seemed to be the sentiment around
the city on Monday as residents came out
of their homes to discover trees down and
some structural damage, but not as bad as
many feared when it became clear that
Jeanne would at least nick East Hills-
borough before making its predicted turn
See STORM, Page 17


TONY MARRERO/Staft photo
Dallas Powell adds more tree debris to
the curbside pile in front of his Collins
Street home on Monday. It was a
familiar scene throughout the city.


PARISH SPOTLIGHT


St. Clement Catholic Church Reaches Milestone


IN THE TRIBUNE
Here's a preview o
what you'll find in
The Tampa Tribune's
Plant Cty section
Saturday:
I Catch up on the
latest tidbits from
around town in the
Plant City Update.


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
The Rev. Thomas Morgan, pastor of St. Clement
Catholic Church, 1104 N. Alexander St., is inviting
the community to join him and his parishioners
in celebrating the 75th anniversary as a parish
and its 92nd year of serving the community.


PARISH CELEBRATES 75TH YEAR
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The history of Catholic worship in Plant
City goes back to about 1912, but the name
of St. Clement was attached to the local
church in 1929, transforming a missionary
congregation into a recognized Florida
parish.
On Oct. 2, St. Clement's pastor, the Rev.
Thomas Morgan, will welcome the Bishop
Robert Lynch to celebrate a 5 p.m. Vigil
Mass at the church, 1104 N. Alexander St.


"We are proud to celebrate our 75th year
as a parish on Oct. 2," Morgan said. "There
we will rededicate our parish social hall
rename it after a former pastor, Father
David B. Cronin."
. Cronin was the 12th pastor at St. Clem-
ent. He served in that capacity from 1963 to
1979, when he left the parish to become
pastor of Sacred Heart, in Punta Gorda.
While at St. Clement, Cronin officiated
over many building projects needed to
serve the growing congregation. He was
part of the decision-making progress in
See CELEBRATE, Page 16


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2 THE COURIER SEPTEMBER 30, 2004
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
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 Nettle 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 meeting, he will need a record of the proceed-
ings, 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 S01l 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 S1214'36"E 180.05 feet; thence N79002'40"E 905.22 feet; thence N0138'58"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
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SEPTEMBER 30, 2004 THE COURIER 3


CALENDAR

FRIDAY
Teen Night
The Plant City Recrea-
tion and Parks Depart-
ment will host its Teen
Night Oct. 1 at the Plant-
een Recreation Center,
301 Dort St.
Teens ages 13 to 18 are
invited to hang out from 7
to 11 p.m. and enjoy music
and fun with their friends.
Admission is $5 at the
door and includes pizza
and soda while it lasts.
Call: Jaci Jenkins, 757-
9166, or e-mail jjenkins-
@(plantcitygov.com.

SATURDAY
Rummage sale
The GFWC Woman's
Club plans an indoor rum-
mage sale Oct. 2 from 8
a.m. to noon at the Club
House, 1110 N. Wheeler St.
Profits will support the
scholarship fund.
Itf you would like to
donate items, call 754-
8031.

Roast beef, ham dinner
Dover United Methodist
Church on Moore's Lake
Road in Dover will host a
roast beef, ham dinner in
the church's fellowship
ball on Oct. 2 from 4:30 to
6:30 p.m.
The menu will include
roast beef or ham, mashed
potatoes. gravy, green
beans, cole slaw, dessert,
tea of coffee. The cost is $6
per person and $2.50 per
child.
Information: 659-1415.

Calendar Girl at PCHS
The Plant City High
School Band Parents Asso-
ciation will sponsor the
annual Calendar Girl com-
petition at Tomlin Middle
School, 501 N. Woodrow
Wilson St., on Oct. 2 at 6
p.m.
Junior and senior sru-
See CALENDAR, Page 7


Tree Debris

Center Open
Louise Abercrombie, a
groundskeeper for the city
parks department, is in
position to check identifica-
tion of people using a debris
center off East Cherry Street.
Homeowners and businesses
can dump tree debris at the
Ellis-Methvin Park, near the
campus of Hillsborough
Community College, from 7
a.m. to 7 p.m., where it will be
burned. People dropping off
tree debris will be required to
show a current Plant City
water bill as proof of resi-
dency. Debris in bags will not
be accepted. Curbside pickup
will continue as usual, but
due to the large volume of
debris from Hurricane Jeanne,
pickup may be delayed.


City Commission Approves 2004-2005 Budget


POWER OUTAGE DOESN'T
PREVENT FULL AGENDA
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
City Hall wasn't open for normal
business this past Monday, but the city
commission meeting went on as usual,
with emergency lighting and battery
operated microphones saving the, day.
The full agenda was completed in front
of about 20 residents, with proposed
rezoning of about 150 acres of develop-
able land, approval of the budget and
millage rates for the coming fiscal year,
and an agreement made for HARTline
bus service through Dec. 5, approved by a
four to one vote.
Plant City's largest operating budget in
history was unanimously approved. The
$82.7 million budget, which includes a
six-year capital improvement program
for wastewater improvements, financed
by an approved $28.5 million bond and
grant appropriation, is a 56 percent
increase over the last budget year, which
runs from Oct. 1 to Sept. 30.
"Without the wastewater reclamation
and plant upgrades, which will be paid
out over the next five years, the budget is


a 2.2 percent increase over last year," said
Martin Wisgerhof, the city finance direc-
tor.
The rezoning of two separate parcels of
land were set for public hearings on Oct.
11. One parcel of 58.7 acres, located at the
southeast corner of Trapnell Road and
Timberlane Drive, was proposed for
future development. The applicant, made
up of a group of private owners, propose a
190-lot single family residential subdivi-
sion with a density of 3.27 homes per
acre. Lot sizes will be a minimum of 6,000
square feet, at 60-by-100 feet.
The second parcel is 88.93 acres at the
southwest corner of Trapnell and Drawdy
roads. The applicant proposes a
residential development of single-family
and duplex units.
The HARTline agreement, which was
voted against by Commissioner Bill Dod-
son, provides for a continuation of the
Strawberry Connection bus service
through Dec. 5., when the city plans to
operate the bus line as a private carrier.
Bus service, under the HARTline agree-
ment, will be provided in the city Monday
through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
with an option to continue the service for
an additional 60 days, if the city so desires.
The total cost of the agreement to Dec. 5


is $39,776.
The general operating fund is 28 per-
cent of the total budget, followed by
streets and stormwater, at about five per-
cent, and approximately the same
amount for the sanitation fund, at $4.34
million.
The city property tax rate was approved,
and will remain the same as it has for.the
last 16 years.
Ad valorem taxes in Plant City, stand at
4.7 mills. One mill is equal to $1 in taxes
paid for every $1,000 of real property
value as assessed by the county. In spite
of the unchanging millage rate, the
increase in property values around Plant
City will lead to an expected increase of
revenues of about $400,000.
The budget includes a three percent
increase for all employees over last year.
Total cost for the increase will be $626,000
plus $226,449 for related benefits of Social
Security, workers compensation and
pension.
In other action commissioners, set
public meetings for Oct. 11 and Oct. 25 to
discuss amendments to the Land-Devel-
opment regulations for townhouse devel-
opment, and regulations regarding the
creation of a new traditional neighbor-
hood design.


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4 THE COURIER SEPTEMBER 30, 2004


PLANT CITY DIGEST


Sweating The Budget
Mayor Mike Sparkman plans to let
city manager David Sollenberger know
just how much went into passing the
city's budget on time.
The city commission convened
Monday night despite no power at city
hall. The darker conditions made the
commission chambers feel like "the
twilight zone," Sparkman said, and the
lack of air conditioning made it a
stifling process.
"I'm going to kid the city manager
when he gets back," Sparkman said.
"We had to sweat to get his budget out
on time. Literally."

Generating Optimism?
Plant City Police Chief Bill McDaniel
was one of the many Plant City area
residents without power Monday. But
he also was one of the smart ones who
bought a generator after Hurricane
Frances rolled through and left him
without power for five days.
The problem? As of Tuesday, he
hadn't been home enough to appreci-
ate it.
"I just haven't had the opportunity
to see how great it does," McDaniel
said.

Hurricane From The
Plant City Perspective
Anthony Rodriguez wasted no time
Sunday.
After the storm died down, he
jumped in the car armed with his
camera to survey and document
damage.
The 21-year-old Walden Lake resi-
dent caught a traffic light lying face
down in the grass near Plant City High
School, a Walden Lake pool enclosure
torn to shreds, and a convenience
store canopy mangled by the wind.
He said he was surprised by how
many people were on the road.
"I think they were curious because
of how serious it was," Rodriguez said,
adding that drivers he met were taking
the necessary caution at intersections


ANTHONY RODRIGUEZ/photo
Amateur shutterbug Anthony Rodriguez was eager to get out to document
damage left by Jeanne and took this photo of the crumpled canopy at a Plant
City gas station.


without working signals.
He said he would share the photos
with his relatives in New York so they
know what happened in Plant City.
"They always hear about it but they
can't see it," he said.

The Passion Of Y's
New Program Director
Josh Kiper couldn't believe it was so
easy, but he now has a job he loves, in
the city he loves, almost right out of
college.
Kiper, 22, is the new program direc-
tor at the Plant City Family YMCA. He
started Sept. 20.
A few months after graduating from
Southern Wesleyan University in
South Carolina, he came back to the
city where he grew up and dropped off
his resume at the Y without even
knowing the position had come open.
"I came in for an interview (on a)


Monday and they gave me the job that
week," said Kiper, a 2000 graduate of
Plant City High School. "I must have
done well on the interview."
As program director, Kiper will over-
see the Y's multitude of youth pro-
grams for preschool-aged
children up to teenagers,
and also will help out
with some adult pro-
: i:! grams.
He said one of his
major goals will be to get
teenagers to see what the
Kiper Y can offer them.
"The teens don't get
involved much here, so I'm trying to
get them involved," Kiper said.
Kiper said he was especially excited
to get a job here in Plant City, where his
mother and stepfather still live. Kiper
lived as a child not far from Otis
Andrews Park and spent much of his
time playing soccer there, as many as


four or five games a week.
He attended South Wesleyan on a
soccer scholarship, and graduated in
four years with bachelor's degrees in,
count 'em, four areas: business
administration, accounting, recreation
and sports management.
Kiper said he did get a sense even
before he applied to the Y that coming
back to Plant City was the right move.
"I had a good feeling I was home for
good," he said.

Early Risers, Rejoice
Speaking of the YMCA, officials
announced last week that, beginning
in October, the Y will open at 5 a.m. on
Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Look Every Way
Before Crossing
A dangerous Plant City intersection
has gotten a little safer and might get
even more so, but it won't get a traffic
signal anytime soon.
The Florida Department of Trans-
portation told the city recently that
accident data at the intersection of
South Frontage and Park roads does
not support putting a traffic signal
there.
The number of accidents at the
intersection just south of Interstate 4
has dropped since the installation of
the signal on Park Road north of the
interstate, said city engineer Kathy
Burke.
But there are still accidents at South
Frontage and Park, enough so that the
state has agreed to consider "geomet-
ric changes" that could improve safety,
such as reconfiguring lanes to better
channel traffic.
Without a signal, though, it will
always be a risky proposition for some
motorists trying to negotiate the area,
such as those attempting to cross six
lanes of Park Road.
"The reason why that intersection is
so crazy is because you have cars
coming at you from everywhere,"
Burke said.
Compiled by Tony Marrero


BOOK MARKS

Bruton and quality time during the 20-minute ries, music, games and reading activi- Oct. 4 at 2 p.m.; Troubleshooting and
The following programs are avail- session. ties make up the 30-minute program. Maintaining Your Computer, Oct. 6 at
able at Bruton Memorial Library, 302 Toddler Time Tuesday Oct. 5 at 9: Hispanic Heritage puppet show: 10 a.m.; and Introduction to Word,
McLendon St. Call: 757-9215. 30 a.m. for children 15 months to 2 1/2 "The Cucumber Princess," Oct. 11 at 3: Oct. 13 at 10 a.m.
years and their caregivers. Books, 30 p.m. Registration required, groups Master Gardening: Managing
Children's programs finger-plays, nursery rhymes and songs must register in advance. Garden Pests, Oct. at 7 p.m.
Baby Time Thursdays, Oct. 7 and make up the 20-minute program. Garden Pests, Oct. 11 at 7 p.m.
14 at 10 a.m. for babies birth to 14 Story Time Tuesday Oct. 5 at 10: Adult programs Book Discussion of "Paula" by
months and their caregivers. Share 30 a.m. for children age 2 1/2 to 5 .who Computer programs, registration Isabel Allende, Oct. 5 at 11 a.m. Copies
board books, rhymes, songs, games can sit by themselves in a group. Sto- required: Hands-on Beginning Excel, of the book are available at the library.

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SEPTEMBER 30,. 2004 THE COURIER 5


Jenkins Flood Control Project Starting Soon


PARK TO MINIMIZE
HIGH WATER PROBLEMS
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Hurricane Jeanne reminded
everyone that lives around the
Eastside Canal that something
needs to be done to eliminate
flooding in the area.
City officials say help is on
the way.
"The Jenkins Street pond
expansion project should
begin during the next two to
four weeks," said Kathy Burke,
the city's public works direc-
tor.
Permit delays and the recent
rash of hurricane weather has
dropped the project back,
from its mid-summer starting
date, to early fall.
"Funding changes had to be
identified for the permitting
process," Burke said. "The


state and the Southwest Flor-
ida Water Management Dis-
trict had to be apprised of
those changes, but we are
looking for the work to begin
sometime in October."
The $1.8 million retention
pond project, which is
designed to act as a residential
passive park, should be a big
part in relieving flooding
problems during major rain
events in the Lincoln Park
area.
City Commissioner Mary
Thomas Mathis,asked Burke
during the Sept. 13 city com-
mission meeting if the reten-
tion pond would eliminate all
of the flooding problems in
that area.
"No, it won't" Burke said.
"But it is a big piece of the
puzzle."
Essentially, the puzzle has
been how to get a large quan-
tity of water to go into a very


small vessel without spilling
any. The trick is to pour the
water very slowly, she said.
The area south of Baker
Street, west of Park Road, east
of State Road 39 and north of
Alexander Street, makes up
the southern end of the East-
side Canal watershed. That
area makes up less than a one-
fifth of the 6,300 acres that
drain into the Eastside Canal.
The north flowing canal takes
all the runoff from Alexander
Street to Knights Griffin Road
and carries it to the Itchepack-
esassa Creek, north of the city,
which flows into the Blackwa-
ter Creek, and eventually into
the Hillsborough River.
"There is no way to expect
the Eastside Canal to carry all
that water at one time without
backing up," Burke said.
"What we have determined to
do is find storage points along
the way. Water will drain off


streets and private property
into storage areas, attenuation
ponds, and retention ponds
like the Jenkins Street pond.
As the water level builds up in
these ponds the canal will
carry as much water to the
north as necessary to help
drain the basin."
During major rain events,
the retention areas fill and
begin to overflow into the
canal. The design works when
the overflow has been delayed
long enough to allow the canal
to carry the added water with-
out it backing up.
"The amount of water flow-
ing into the canal will be
reduced because some of the
water will be absorbed into
the ground," Burke said.
Unfortunately, if a rain
event lasts long enough to fill
the retention pond systems
without letting up, flooding
will still occur. Other flood


controls are needed. Long
range plans will increase the
capacity of the Eastside Canal.
Bridge culverts at Tomlin and
Gilchrist streets are consid-
ered undersized and at the
end of their service lives.
Replacement with larger cul-
verts will allow more water to
flow north and eliminate the
backup of water in Lincoln
Park.
Culvert enlargement al
Laura and Baker streets will
also help to relieve the backup.
Even with those changes it will
also be necessary to raise the
street level of Laura Street,
from .Lake Street, east to Allen
Street, at considerable
expense, in order to get stand-
ing water into the drain
system.
The 2004-05 annual budget
lists $4.363 million for the
streets and stormwater fund.


City's Emergency Operations Center Getting 'Whole Lot Of Practice'


CITY STAFF KEEP AN EYE
ON CITY DURING STORM
ByTONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
As tired as residents and city officials
and staff may be of hurricanes, there is
a silver lining to all the storm clouds.
The city's Emergency Operations
Center, or EOC, becomes more experi-
enced in how to handle the dangerous


situations with each passing storm,
officials said.
"We're getting a whole lot of prac-
tice," said Fire Rescue Chief George
Shiley, who heads the EOC. "We're
self-improving with each one."
The EOC is the city's command
center during storms. When a storm
seems imminent, city officials open
the EOC, operated from the first floor
of City Hall. Shiley, Police Chief Bill
McDaniel, Mayor Mike Sparkman, the


city manager, the city engineer, the
city building supervisor and other staff
gather and act as the city's command
center.
The center, run by generator power,
features a television, phones, and an
Internet connection, even air-condi-
tioning.
"That helps tremendously when
you're under those conditions," Shiley
said.
Information relayed by personnel in


the police and fire rescue departments
is relayed to the center, as well as the
status of the city's wastewater treat-
ment facility. They also take stock of
downed trees that block roads.
For Jeanne, the city opened the EOC
at 6 a.m. Sunday morning and it
remained open until 7 p.m. Sunday
night, Shiley said. As conditions
calmed a bit and it was clear there
See EOC, Page 13


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a subject often restricted
to faith-related
conversation. If you are not
"religious," please don't make
the mistake of tuning out.
People who refuse to engage
this topic have already tacitly
conceded defeat.
When a dozen or so
terrorists attacked a Russian
school recently, initiating
murder, torture, brutality and
mayhem, the whole world
was stunned. There was a
sense of horror and disbelief
not seen since the cowardly
attacks of Sept. 11.
What happened in Beslan
was simply a bubbling to the
surface of a more insidious
reality most of us would
rather not consider because it
is too difficult to talk about,
has little to do with politics,
and is closer to home than we
want to believe.
I am talking about evil.
This topic has been perco-
lating in my mind since last
month's vicious killings just
across our state. Four Deltona
men are accused of beating
six young people to death
with aluminum baseball bats
over a video game system.
The dispassionate brutality of
the slaying chilled me.
Over the years, politicians
have declared war on a variety
of enemies. Racism, drugs,


DEREK
MAUL
Columnist


organized crime, ignorance,
communism, poverty and
now terror.
I believe and I understand
this will sound alarmist,
archaic and out of touch to
many there is a more
profound battle that needs to
be waged. A fight few people
are prepared to acknowledge
or equipped to deal with.
This battle is not between
individuals or nations or
ideologies or armies. The
parameters of this struggle
were laid out long ago and the
stakes are much greater than
most of us imagine.
I am talking about evil.
When hostages are
beheaded with pitiless
cruelty, exploding people
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COMMENTARY


Enough Already ...


Or How I Learned To Whistle In The Dark


By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
I love my house.
It's still standing.
I love my wife, my cats, my
car, my neighbors, my
neighbors' cats, my neighbor-
hood and everything else I
can think of right now.
I'm just glad to be alive.
I know there is no way to
ensure that you can weather
any storm without damage.
All you can do is the best that
you can do, and then hope
and pray everything works
out.
So far my family has been
very lucky. But I am about
hurricane out.
Hurricanes Charley,
Frances and Ivan were bad
enough. Ivan never even
touched the ground around
here. But after Charley and
Frances, Ivan definitely had
me worried.
Then Hurricane Jeanne
took this 2004 hurricane
season one step too far. I say,
"enough is enough."
Before Jeanne came to visit,
my better half, Karen, did all
she could do to make sure we
were ready for whatever
Jeanne could bring our way.
Karen made me pick up the
yard furniture, take the wind
chimes out of the trees

CALENDAR
Continued From Page 3
dents at. Plant City High will
participate in this fundraising
event for the PCHS band. The
theme of the event is "Trea-
sures of the Caribbean."
Tickets may be purchased
at the door for $10. Doors
open at 5:30 p.m.

Bike Fest
The Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce hosts
itsr Bike Fest the first Saturday
of every month from 5 to 9
p.m. in and around McCall
Park.
The next fest will be Oct. 2.


bordering our house, sent me
grocery shopping, made me
try to fix the new five-burner
butane grill, with cooler and
sink attached, that I broke last
month. She made me take a
set of coolers out of the garage
and place them in the
kitchen. And finally make that
overdue phone call to my
sister in Jacksonville.
Then we were ready.
And we waited.
Hurricane Charley proved
(as if we needed proof) that
the best weather information
is still nothing more than an
educated guess. Jeanne
decided to come ashore late
Saturday night, using the
same path taken by her
cousin Frances, just three
weeks ago. The thought was
that she would turn north and
skirt the east coast of the
state, leaving those of us in
eastern Hillsborough County
high and dry.
Some people believed that
forecast, while others,
remembering Charley,
prepared for the worst no
matter where they lived in
central and northern Florida.
Being one of the world's
great procrastinators (just ask
my editors, or better yet, my
wife), I put off the real hard


Unity fundraiser
Unity in the Community, a
fundraising group whose
mission is to help feed Plant
City's needy, now offers food
during the Bike Fest and
Strawberry Classic Car Show
at the Plant City Community
Bingo Hall, 105 Arden Mays
Blvd., from 5 to 9 p.m.
The group sells hot dogs,
Polish sausage, chips, cookies,
cakes and pie, and coffee, soda
and water.
The next sale will be during
the Oct. 2 Bike Fest.


work, such as covering the
windows at the house with
plywood, or fixing the grill.
But the wife wouldn't allow
me to put off the distribution
of the coolers, or the vacu-
uming of the carpet. Karen
insists that a visiting hurri-
cane is the same thing as a
visit from a mother-in-law.
The house must be neat and
clean; just in case the roof
gets ripped off, exposing the
inside to news-helicopters
that would certainly come
flying by. Or just in case the
front walls of our house
collapse, allowing curiosity
seekers driving by to say,
"Look, they vacuumed the
rug. How thoughtful."
If the house was destroyed
by the storm, then the
insurance examiner, looking
at the horrific damages, could
declare the house a total loss,
but might add, "But the
carpeting looks great."
I could then proudly
announce, "I did that."
Maybe next time.
The lights went out around
7:35 on Sunday morning. We
put plan B into effect at 9:05.
Coolers were packed, ice was
distributed and ice packs
were moved from the freezer


Call: 752-1275.

Kids' Night Out
The Plant City Recreation
and Parks Department will
host its Kids' Night Out Oct. 2
at the Planteen Recreation
Center, 301 Dort St.
Youngsters ages 5 to 12 can
enjoy games, movies, crafts
and more.
Admission is $5 at the door
and covers pizza and soda.
Information: Jaci Jenkins,
757-9166, or e-mail jjenkins-
@plantcitygov.com.


section to the refrigerator to
help keep it cool. I was
designated the maker of the
sandwiches. My inventions
on rye, wheat and pumper-
nickel could easily make
Dagwood Bumstead jealous
with envy.
Jeanne's winds, coming out
of the north, blasted the back
of our house as the hurricane
steadily marched toward
Plant City. The intensity
picked up as time went by,
with a steady blow reaching
what looked like hurricane
strength, and gusts that went
even higher, if you ask me to
be the judge. I watched giant
oaks and pine trees standing
behind my neighbors' houses
leaning toward the south;
bending, leaning and some
finally falling as if pushed
over by some giant but
invisible bulldozer.
I was afraid to look in my
own backyard. I didn't want
to even think about it. Those
trees would be leaning over
our roof. Not a pleasant
thought.
On Monday I was told that
more than 720 mature trees
had fallen in the city during
the storm.
Karen began moving
essential items into the safe-


MONDAY
Free cholesterol screenings
Free cholesterol screenings
will be offered Oct. 4 from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. at Family Care
Pharmacy, 1505 W. Reynolds
St. A variety of other health
screenings will also be offered
for a nominal fee.
Call: 659-9777.

TUESDAY
Historical Society banquet
The East Hillsborough His-
torical Society will holds its
30th annual banquet Oct. 5 at


room at around noon. The
"kittens," now one year old,
readily took to being sheltered
there. I sat in the living room
and watched a battery-
operated TV to see where the
eye of the storm was going.
Then the house began to
pulsate and make particular
noises to let us know exactly
what we were in for.
At a certain level, about 50
mph would be my guess, the
rain gutter on the west side of
the house began to vibrate. At
about 60, the vibration
stopped and a steady but dull
whir developed as the wind
raced past the house. Above
70, the wind began to make a
sharp and continuous whistle
as it came through the
screened enclosure in the
back. Crisscrossing cables
kept it all fastened to the
deck. Amazingly there was no
damage. Thankfully we
haven't heard the next level of
noise, and I don't think I want
to hear it.
After all, I love my house.
And the people who built it.
I hope that your family and
your home did just as well.

George Newman is a
reporter for The Couier


7 p.m. at the 1914 PCHS Com-
munity Center, 605 N. Collins
St.
Guest speaker is Panky
Snow, a native Plant City resi-
dent who will share her Plant
City stories.
Tickets are $20. Reserva-
tions requested.
Call: 757-9226.

Truck route meeting
Hillsborough County is
considering taking Wilder
Road off the its Truck Route

See CALENDAR, Page 15


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FAMIL Y


LIVING


ENGAGEMENTS


Jackson-Stein
Jim and Diane Jackson of
Dover announce the engage-.
ment of their daughter, Char-
lea Elizabeth Jackson, to
Steven Michael Stein. He is the
son of Jerry and Kathy Stein of
Plant City.
The bride-elect is a 2001
graduate of Plant City High
School and attends Saint Leo
University.
The prospective groom is a
1999 graduate of Durant High
School and attends Saint Leo
University. He also works as a
manager with Specialty Beve-
rage Distribution.
A Nov. 20 wedding is
planned at 2 p.m. at Shiloh
Baptist Church in Plant City.


Special to The Courier
Kaitlin Sharer, right, 2004 Florida Strawberry Festival queen, and her court Lyndsey Terry, Crystal
Wiggins, first maid Ashley Pippin, and LeAnna Blake help with the 50/50 drawing at the last
week's Diamonds and Denim benefit gala.


She Wore Denim, Diamond


Jean Ann Davenport may
have worn denim to the 8th
annual Diamonds and Denim
last week, but she went home
with a diamond.
The "opportunity drawing"
of a diamond ring at the event
benefiting South Florida
Baptist Hospital went to Jean
Ann, and Debbie Swindle took
home the cash 50/50 drawing
prize of $650. More than
$60,000 was raised ($13,000
alone from the silent auction),
all to benefit the Pediatrics
Department and Parish Nurse
Program.
Special guests, Kaitlin
Sharer and her Strawberry
Court were all glitter and
smiles. Margaret Rodwell and
Nancy Ross, chair and vice-
chair of the event, were


CLUB NOTES


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist

thrilled at the 500 in atten-
dance and Judy Martin,
Executive Director of the
SFBH Foundation, sends a
special thanks not only to the
16 board members who


Art guild
The East Hillsborough Art Guild will meet
Oct. 4 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the clubhouse of the
GFWC Woman's Club of Plant City, 1110 N.
Wheeler St.
Kevin Hoak will demonstrate his air brush
painting technique.
Call: 752-9660.

Garden Club news
The Plant City Garden Club will hold a board
meeting Oct. 4 at 10 a.m., and the Bromeliad
Circle will host the fall general meeting Oct. 7 at
6 p.m. Dr. S. Vyapari will speak on herbs.
Call: Dinah Helton, 717-9127.

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

Civitan host Byrd
The Plant City Civitan Club will host Florida
House of Representatives Speaker Johnnie
Byrd as guest speaker at the club's next meet-
ing on Oct. 7 at 7 a.m. at the Park-Side Cafe, 101
E. J. Arden Mays Blvd.


worked to plan the event, but
to the individuals and busi-
nesses who donated items to
the auction.
Jean Ann, the daughter of
Jean Weaver and the late
Curtis Weaver, is office
manager for Drs. Jackson and
Valdez at Dental Associates of
Walden Woods, and as a next
door neighbor when my kids
were growing up, she and
Candy Owens, another real
sweetheart, were like second
moms to them.
Congratulations Jean Ann!


When is great great?
When you are 90 years old

See BRIGGS, Page 9


The public is welcome
The club meets the first and third Mondays
of each month.
Call: Pat Pogue, 754-4680

Federal retirees to meet
The Strawberry Chapter of the National
Association of Retired Federal Employees, or
NARFE, will hold its first meeting of the year
Oct. 7 at noon at the Red Barn Restaurant, 6150
U.S. 92.
Member James Mortimer will provide an
update on the latest in Alzheimer's research.
* All current and retired federal employees are
invited.
The price of the luncheon is $13.50. Reserva-
tions should be made by Oct. 5.
Call: chapter president Dick Zeiner, 759-
2887, or e-mail pazrsz@aol.com.

Treasure Isle employee reunion
Treasure Isle (National Sea) plans its annual
employee reunion for Oct. 9 starting at 9 a.m. at
Alderman Park on County Road 39 south of
Plant City. Former employees and their fami-
lies are welcome. Bring a covered dish and
beverage.
Call: Betty, 659-1430, or Maureen, 659-1768.

Berry Patch Quilt Guild
The Berry Patch Quilt Guild will meet Oct. 14
at 7:15 p.m. at the Planteen, 301 Dort St. Visi-
tors welcome.
Call: Sally Weiner, 752-1993.


Jennifer Horn and James Nellis

BIRTHS

South Florida Baptist Hospital
May25
A daughter, Maritza Itzel
Lazaro, to Lidia Rodriguez of
Dover.
A son, Matthew Dylan Pass,
to Katie Pass of Plant City.
A daughter, Dyamond
D'Asia Dixon, to Kissten Crews
of Plant City.
May 28
A son, Robert Guzman Jr., to
Sherry Doxtator and Robert
Guzman of Plant City.
June 1
A son, Treyvion De'Silas
Price, to Ausuzade D. Price of
Plant City.
A son, Nathan Anthony
Garcia, to Luz M. Garcia of
Plant City.
June 3
A son, Brett Macoy Lott, to
Kerri and Brian Lott of Plant
City.
A son, Jesus Isidea Mon-
toya, to Vivian Vasburg and
Eriak Montoya Aguilar.
June 6
A daughter, Destiny Dea
Jewell Headley, to Mandi Sea
and Darrah J. Headley of Plant
City.
June 7
A son, Datan Ta'Zariyon
Robinson, to Ebony M. Grahan
of Plant City.
June 9
A son, Enrique Manuel
Rosales, to Lucia and Antonio
Rosales of Plant City.
June 13
A son, Moses Isais Juarez, to
Marlene Fuentes and Juan
Juarez of Plant City.
June 15
A son, Tyler Wesley Collins,
to Tara N. and Jon W. Collins
of Plant City.
June 16
A son, Caleb Mitchell


Charlea Jackson and
Steven Stein


Horn-Nellis
William and Deborah Horn
of Plant City announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Jennifer Lee Horn, to James
Bernard Nellis. He is the son
of James and Anne Nellis of
Lindenhurst, N.Y.
The bride-elect is a 2002
graduate of Florida State Uni-
versity, and currently teaches
high school English at Ridge-
wood High School in New
Port Richey. The prospective
groom is a 2002 graduate of
Florida State University and is
a financial consultant.
An April 9, 2005, wedding is
planned in Tampa.


Jordan, to Amanda Binnion
and William Jordan of Plant
City.
June 20
A daughter, Es'Synce Amear
Johnson, to Latoya J. White of
Plant City.
June 21
A daughter, Rosario Alexis
Dimas, to Andrea Dimas and
Lizandro Mendez of Plant
City.
June 22
A daughter, Wendy Galindez,
to Tomasa and Alejandro
Rosalkes Galindez of Plant City.
A son, Alexander Marshall
Simmons, to TiffanyA. Rosado
and Jeffrey Simmons of Plant
City.
June 23
A son, Nolan Ware Noos, to
Jessica Veltheim Noos and
Robert W. Noos Jr. of Plant
City.
June 28
A son, Eric Vargas, to Erika
Martinez of Dover.
A daughter, Jesenya Isabel
Mora, to Minerva Dimas and
Jorge Mora of Plant City.
A son, Zane Charlie Wolfe,
to Crystal A. Wolfe and Rodney
J. Vinson of Plant City/
A daughter, Paige Nichol
Williams, to Kirstin Loakim
and James Williams of Dover.
June 29
A daughter, Icelisse Nicole
Santiago, to Ana Gonzalez and
Jose Santiago of Plant City.
June 30
A daughter, Alyia Naomi
McCorts, to Alana and Mike
McCorts of Plant City.
A daughter, Jordan Lee
Deese, to Chrystal and Justin
Deese of Plant City.
A daughter, Lillian Lee, to
Katherine and Derek Lee of
Plant City.


BETTY'S PLACE






SEPfEMBER 3d, 2004 *THE COURIER 9


COMMUNITY ROUNDUP


Deadline nears for
Miss Heart Teen Pageant
Organizers of the Miss Teen Heart
Of Plant City Scholarship Pageant seek
contestants.
The pageant is slated for Oct. 23 at 6
p.m. at Hillsborough Community Col-
lege's auditorium. To receive an appli-
cation, 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.missheartofplantcity.com.

Holiday ceramics for kids
A Junior Holiday Ceramics four-
class session will be offered at the
Planteen Recreation Center to help
youngsters in grades three to five learn
how to work with ceramics and create
holiday items.
The $5 fee covers all materials.
Registration will begin Oct. 4.
Call: 659-4255.

YMCA news
Plant City Family YMCA, 1507 YMCA
Place, and the Youth Extension Site,
502 E. Young St., offer the following
programs in October:
Scrapbooking is offered the first
Sunday of the month from 4 to 6 p.m.
$12 per person.
Sign Language for Babies starts
Oct. 5 from 6:30 to 7:15 p.m. The cost
is $30 per member and $45 per
program member.
Another creative writing class has
been added the third Monday of each
month from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.


A beginner water color painting
class is offered Wednesdays from 2 to
4 p.m.
Benchmaster's Competition, Oct.
9 all day.
Call: 757-6677.

Blood drives
Florida Blood Services will sponsor
the following blood drives:
Alcoa, 1650 Alumax Circle, Oct. 1
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
St. Clements Church, 1104 Alex-
ander St., Oct. 3 from 7:30 a.m. to 1
p.m.
Hope Lutheran Church, 2001 Park
Road, Oct. 3 from 9 a.m. to noon.
Meadows at Countrywood, 145
Clover Court, Oct. 4 from 1 to 4 p.m.
Florida Blood Services runs its
Neighborhood Donor Center, 1902
James Redman Parkway, Monday and
Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Wednesday
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and
Saturday, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Call: 752-7638.
BloodNet USA will sponsor the fol-
lowing blood drives:
Kash n' Karry, 205 W. Alexander
St., Oct. 2 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Community Convalescent Center,
2202 W. Oak Ave., Oct. 8 from 9 a.m. to
2 p.m.
Plant City Arts and Crafts Show,
Historic Downtown Plant City, Oct. 9
from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Call: 1-800-683-8355.

Free computer classes
Glover School in Bealsville offers
free computer classes for senior citi-
zens and children on Mondays and
Wednesday.


Classes will cover basic computer
parts and software. Adult classes are
held from 10 to 11 a.m. and 1:30 to 2:30
p.m., and children's classes from 3 to 4:
45 p.m.
The school also offers an evening
computer lab for seniors Wednesdays
and Fridays from 5 to 6:30 p.m.
Call: 737-1352 or 757-6760.

Art Guild Art Shows
East Hillsborough Art Guild will be
displaying art through October at the
following locations:
Bruton Memorial Library Jossie
de Q. Azorin.
Florida Blood Services in Plant City
- Erika Feiner.
Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce Lurline Tanner.
Park-Side Cafe Debra Bryant.
Orange Blossom Tea Room Joyce
Jordan.
Paso Fino Association Lou Ann
Watson.
The Plant City Courier/Tampa
Tribune Jan Burrows and Jossie de Q.
Azorin.
Ortiz Printing Jossie de Q.
Azorin.
For information about the artists or
exhibits, call exhibition chairperson
Jossie de Q. Azorin, 754-2366.

Child Abuse Council seeks volunteers
The Child Abuse Council is looking
for volunteers for its Plant City child
care center.
The child care centers, also known
as Family Learning Stations, need vol-
unteers to read and play with pre-
schoolers in the mornings and for
tutoring school-age children in the


afternoons.
Call: Suzanne Secrest at 673-4646,
Ext. 289, or e-mail ssecrest@cachillsb-
orough.com.

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.

Kids Cafe at 'The Rec'
The Kids Cafe is offered Mondays
through Thursdays from 5 to 6 p.m. at
the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Center,
"The Rec." The Kids Cafe will serve a
nutritious hot meal to school-aged
children. Call: 759-9343 or 757-9195.

Woman of the Year
nominations sought
Florida Agriculture Commissioner
Charles H. Bronson has announced
that nominations are being accepted
for the 2004 "Woman of the Year in
Agriculture" award.
The award, now in its 20th year, rec-
ognizes women who have made out-
standing contributions to Florida
agriculture.
Those nominated will be judged by a
panel familiar with Florida agriculture.
The award will be presented in Febru-
ary at the opening-day luncheon of the
2005 Florida State Fair in Tampa.
Information: Richard Gunnels, (850)
488-3022 or www.florida-
agriculture.com/ marketing/
awards.htm.


and have a little great great
granddaughter. More than


200 friends
and family
helped
celebrate
Herman
Prosch's
birthday
recently at
the social hall
of Turkey
Creek First
Baptist
Church.


This gentleman, honored in
1972 by the Chamber of


Commerce as Outstanding
Citrus Man, was born in
California. Instead of heeding
the call to stay West, his
family went to Arkansas, Iowa
and finally Plant City, and
made their livelihood farm-
ing, raising chickens, straw-
berries and Spring and Fall
crops.
In the 1950s Herman began
developing citrus groves. He
was married for more than 60
years to the late Doris Boone
Prosch. Helping him celebrate
his birthday were his three
daughters and their spouses,


Betty and James Jones, Esther
and George Farkas and Diane
and David Bryant, as well as
daughter-in-law Patsy
Hamilton Prosch.
For more than 50 years,
Herman has been an active
member of Hopewell Baptist
Church.
The family passed along an
interesting entry in Herman's
1949 journal: 10 gallons of gas
cost him $2.50, hauling a
mule, 70 cents.
Happy birthday, Herman!


Don't be surprised if you see
a mule or two around town in
this gas-guzzler era. I'm told
Matthew Bender has one and
my husband is threatening to
bring one back from Tennes-
see on our next trip (my sister's
neighbor raises them)!


Jeanne didn't even give us a
chance to dry out from Ivan's
visit, and she turned out to be
a not-so-nice lady with an
even more voracious appetite
for trees than Frances, includ-


ing a huge oak in our neigh-
bors yard that fell and crushed
our fence.
The one thing I noticed the
day after Jeanne's visit, is that
everyone is toting a grateful
attitude; we are tired of all the
storms, but most of us are
counting our blessings. I sure
am.
Any blessings you want to
share? 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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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Doter: S. Doter Rd & Downing St,
659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
Allen Chapel: 1109 F. Laura St.
"52-"389
Mount Olire: 1113 IW Madison St
.M|ount Olive: Horton Rd.
"3"-2628
APOSTOLIC
.Isamblea ..postolica:
1501 Colson Rd. 3"-34-96
Apostolic Church
ofjesus Christ:
1212 I. Reynolds. 4--5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
. Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd.
lithia. 685-4240
Belhanyr: 980- Harney Rd.
Thonotosassa, 986-51"'
Cahlarr Fellou ship:
1110 \. 6ordon St. '52-5005
Dover First: SR 5"-4 & Petlie Rd.
689-0343
Faith temple: l-4 at
Hillsborough-Polk Counlt
Line, 752-0532
Faith Lighthouse:
3409 SR 39 N. 752-1885
First Plant City:
Charlie Griffin Rd,
Wof SR39 5S, 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
Alafla Baptist:
222 Alafia Church Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd, 737-3240
Berea: SR39 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
Gallagher, 571-8200
Dover First: N. Gallagher Rd,
659-0203
Eastside: 1318 E. Calhoun St,
754-2681
East Thonotosassa: Mclntosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd, 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 W. Washington St. 754-6661
First Baptist Church of
Midway: Midway Rd, 752-7209


First Baptist Li/hia:
Intersection of SR 39 &
1lthia-Pinecrest Rd. -3'-1121
First Plant City:
503 N. Palmer, 752-4104
First Thonotosassa Missionary:
Mclntosh Rd, 986-4756
Iiarmony Baptist Church:
6008 W Knights Griffin Rd,
986-7165
Hopewell: SR 39 S, 737-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Hwy,
"52-4972
lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
'52-2006
lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd,
"5-1-5278
MIount Moriah Freewill:
warren &Johnson St, 754-4397
Hount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W Ball St,
"5--3834
\en' Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
.\ewn Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041Daniels Rd., 752-3985
\orthside:
1700 N. Franklin St, 752-2779
Oakwood: Airport Rd, 752-5499
Plant City Primitive:
509 N. Evers St, 754-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-2556
Shiloh: W Terrace Dr, 754-7445
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road,
754-4879
St. Luke Missionary:
108 S. Warnell St, 754-4992
St. Mary's Freewill:
Hunter & Warren St, 754-6853
St. Mary Missionary:
1804 S.R. 60E., 737-3668
St. Mary's Primitive Baptist
Church: 907 E. Laura St,
754-1616
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church:
5447 S. Turkey Creek Rd,
737-1224
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Westside: 2503 W. 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, N of SR 574
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calvary Community:
5209 Smith-Ryals Rd
Dover: Downing St, 659-2900
Plant City: 2103 Mudlake Rd.


'52-4591
Turkey Creek: Turkei Creek Rd
at SR 60. 3'-1331
Thonotosassa:
1702 N. Taylor Rd, 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson, Indiana)
Kingsway First: 2808 Kinsway
N., Seffner, 657-7500
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
713 Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St,
752-6438
Gospel Tabernacle:
Allen & Haines St
EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 N. 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 offesus 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-'863
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 Haters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. Frers St. "59-0528
New Hope Worship Center:
803 It Mahone.y St. 75"-6123
Ne,' 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
lalk /ith God Ministry:
15140 SR 574, Dover, 659-0930
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant City: 2203 Strawberry Dr,
752-4694
SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W.Johnson Rd,
754-5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.,
Valrico, 685-0998
UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W. Sam Allen Rd,
754-3233
Dover First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415
First Plant City: 303 N. Evers St,
754-3519
Grace: 1801 E. Cherry St,
659-3718
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr,
754-2441
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman
Rd, 752-5751
St. Luke: 809 E. laura SI,
757-6051
Thonotosassa: Fort King Hwy
at Mistletoe Dr, 986- -135
Trinity Plant (ity: 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 r
(Off 1-4, Exit 21 South)
(813)752-8251
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185


First United
Methodist
Church of
Plant City
303 N Evers Street
Dowvnto\wn Plant Citv
UicM,, 'o m Ctt Hall parking l.:t
7I.-.351Q
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
S ouLh Felow4uhp
Sunday & \ednekda,
Evening
.ww,. th I tonlne 'org
Dr .Aan L. Beaver
Seruor Pastor
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors
www- tutmcplantcit,.org


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W R S H IP


DEATHS


OFFERINGS


Cochran
Mildred E. Cochran, 98, of Hanover, Ind.,
died Sept. 17.
She was born in Rush County, Ind., and was
a lifelong resident of Indiana.
She is survived by a son, James of Plant City;
two daughters, Georgia Jewell of Hanover and
Jean Otter of Vevay, Ind.; a brother, Wallace
Brown of Everett, Wash.; a half-sister, Elsie
Wolf of Connersville, Ind.; 11 grandchildren;
29 great-grandchildren; and 18 great-great-
grandchildren.
Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, Vevay.

Ferguson
Barbara A. Ferguson, 64, of Plant City died
Sept. 16.
She was born in Queens, N.Y., and was a
longtime resident of Plant City.
She was a benefit coordinator for an insur-
ance company.
She is survived by three sons, Scott of Plant
City, Dr. John L. of New York and Dr. Keith of
Brandon; a daughter, Lauren Bridges of Val-
rico; five grandchildren; and three great-
grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Lindsey
Martha M. Lindsey, 85, of Plant City died
Sept. 23.
She was born in Kathleen and was a lifelong
resident of this area.
She was owner of Lindsey Farms and a
homemaker.
She was a member of the Spring Church of
Christ.
She is survived by two sons, Lamar of Lake-
land and Steve of Plant City; a daughter,
Brenda Lauber of Plant City; a brother, David
Imler of California; a sister, Edith Williams of
Lakeland; 11 grandchildren; and 25 great
grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Pippin
Elizabeth "Betty" Pippin, 72, of Plant City
died Sept. 17.
She was born in Skelton, W. Va., and came
here from West Virginia as a child.
She was a retired nurse who worked for
South Florida Baptist Hospital for 15 years.
She was a Presbyterian.
\,


She is survived by a son, David, and a
brother, Louis Haynal, both of Tampa.
Haught Funeral Home.

Raulerson
Leta Johns Raulerson, 95, of Dover died
Sept. 20.
She was born in Brandon and was a lifelong
resident of Dover.
She worked in food services for the Hills-
borough County School District.
She is survived by a son, Richard of Pine-
crest; a daughter, Mary Ellen Blanton of Plant
City; a sister, Bernice Strickland of Homo-
sassa; 12 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchil-
dren; and 12 great-great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Scancarella
James P. Scancarella, 57, of Plant City died
Sept. 14.
He was born in Passaic, N.J., and was a
longtime resident of Plant City.
He served in the U.S. Navy during the Viet-
nam War and was a Catholic.
He was an accountant for the City of Lake-
land.
He is survived by his mother, Betty of Plant
City; and two brothers, John of Plant City and
Kenneth F. Wood of Tampa.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Tierney
Marion "Mary" Tierney, 89, of Plant City
died Sept. 20.
She was born in Bronx, N.Y., and came here
from Orlando in 1998.
She was a retail clerk and attended St.
Clement Catholic Church.
She is survived by two sons, Lawrence of
Plant City and Thomas of Charleston, S.C.; a
sister, Jean of New Jersey; and four grandchil-
dren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Tillman
Richard M. Tillman Jr., 74, of Lithia died
Sept. 16.
He was a lifelong resident of Lithia and
served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean
War aboard the U.S.S. Walke.
He was a retired accountant for Coronet
See DEATHS, Page 14


Lord of Life calendar
Lord of Life Lutheran
Church, 2104 Mud Lake Road,
plans the following events in
October:
Sunday worship schedule:
8:30 a.m. contemporary
worship service; 9:30 a.m.
Christian education classes;
and 10:30 a.m., traditional
worship service.
The church plans its
annual Fall Event Oct. 16. The
Oktoberfest Celebration will
take place from 8 a.m. to
noon and feature a yard sale,
bake sale and children's
games. There will also be a
brunch menu of brats, kraut,
hot dogs, German potato
salad and a variety of beve-
rages.
Family Fun Night will run
from 4 to 8 p.m. and will fea-
ture live music provided by
local band, The Retreads, as
well as dancing, door prizes,
moonwalk and more. A pump-
kin contest will provide prizes
for the winners in the scariest,
funniest, and most original
categories. A dinner plate of
roast pork, potato salad, baked
beans, roll, and a variety of
beverages will be available.
Call: 754-5074.

Gospel sing
Church of God of Prophecy,
11607 Grovewood Ave. in
Thonotosassa will host a
gospel sing featuring the The
Sounds of Faith, The Spiritual
Servants and others on Oct. 2
at 7 p.m.
Call: 752-2778.

Hope announces
new worship schedule
Hope Lutheran Church,
2001 North Park Road, anno-
unces its new Sunday worship
schedule effective Oct. 3:


BIKE FEST
1ST SATURDAY NIGHT OF EVERY MONTH

OCT. 2 1-9 p.m. In Historic Downtown Plant City

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Live Music
The Trunk 5-9 p.m.

Fere X-Treme Riding Exhibition
2, 4, 6 and 8 p.m.


Bike Show
Seven categories:
* Custom Street cruiser
* Sport/import Antique
* Tour/bagger Harley-Davidson
* Ladies


Door prizes, all day

2004 Harley-Davidson
Fatboy motorcycle give a way.
Tickets are available up to the time of the
drawing at 9 p.m.


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Gospel sing
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church, 5447 Turkey
Creek Road, will host a gospel
sing featuring The Weather-
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Jeanne's winds uprooted the canopy of this convenience store on East Baker Street.


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A fallen tree rests on a house at North Franklin and West Herring
streets. At right, trees hanging on power lines, over roads or both,
such as this one on East Calhoun Street, was a familiar sight all over
the city.


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Dupree home
on Poplar
Court in
Walden Lake
East is easier to
climb now for
Plant City High
School fresh-
man Jonathan
Dupree. At left,
a worker
contracted by
the city uses a
front end
loader to clear
Charlie Griffin
Road, east of
Mud Lake
Road.


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Several trees fell across Timberlane Drive, the main thorough-
fare in Walden Lake.


were no other major problems
such as fires or flooding, the
EOC went to work on getting
roads cleared.
"The storm was still going
on there. and we had people
getting chainsaws ready,"
Shiley said. "By 7 p.m. or so we
had all the main roads pass-
able. "


There were some minor
obstacles. The Nextel system,
used by most city employees,
was down, and so staff
reverted to the emergency
radio frequency.
And Mayor Mike Sparkman
said that, in hindsight, the
EOC would have opened
sooner due to the severity of


the storm.
"Had we known the magni-
tude and that it was going to
keep a westerly direction, we
would have opened up Satur-
day night," Sparkm an said. "It
made it difficult for our
employees to respond to city
hall because the storm was
intensifying.


Sparkman also said he looks
forward to the completion of
the new police station off
Alexander Street the former
Auto Nation facility will be
better suited for the EOC
because of its interior sections
and lack of windows.
I don't think our staff.is as
safe in city hall as they should


be," he said.
Still, officials were enc
aged by how things wer
light of the chaos a hurrit
can create.
"Everybody was in s
trying to keep on the s
page," Shiley said. "TI
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14 THE COURIER SEPTEMBER 30, 2004


DEATHS


Continued From Page 11
Mines; a lifetime member of
the Veterans of Foreign Wars
Plant City and the Olin S.
Wright Masonic Lodge No. 79
F&AM.
He is survived by his wife,
Delores; three sons, Richard
W. of Brandon, Thomas M. of
Lithia and Jack of Texas; a
sister, Jessie L. White of Lees-
burg; and seven grandchil-
dren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Ward
Sandra Rollen Ward, 60, of
Roberta, Ga., died Sept. 11.
She was born in Plant City
and lived in Middle Georgia


for the past 38 years.
She was a registered nurse
with Macon Northside
Hospital for 18 years and was a
member of Roberta Evange-
listic Church. She is survived
by her husband, Paul A.; a son,
Brian of Gainesville, Ga.; a
daughter, Lynda Yaughn; her
mother, Wanda Rollen of
Plant City; a brother, Jerry
Rollen of Lakeland; two sis-
ters, Andrea Seagraves of Plant
City and Anita Loparo of Land
0' Lakes. Snow's Memorial
Chapel, Roberta.
Wilson
George L. Wilson, 55, of


Plant City died Sept. 19.
He was born in Tampa and
was a lifelong resident of the
area.
He served in the U.S. Navy
and was a retired furniture
builder and a Baptist.
He is survived by two sons,
George L. Jr. of Zephyrhills
and Michael of Plant City; two
daughters, Anissa Betancourt
and Stephanie Smith, both of
Plant City; two sisters, Wanda
Taylor of Bradenton and
Theresa "Tiny" Burner of
Waycross, Ga.; and five grand-
children.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.


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and in honor of the 65th Anniversary of Gone With The Wind

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Mickey Kuhn (Beau Wilkes, age 7),
& Patrick Curtis (Beau Wilkes After the War)

on Saturday, October 9th, 2004, 8:00-10:00pm.
in the RED ROSE BALLROOM.
Tickets are $20.00 each and include an autograph session with
dtfiws-a. program including aqpgliagwwsi
dbo-prizeos, hors d'oeures. and much more!
Evening will include refreshments and complimentary drinks.
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Plan and holding a series of
meetings to get input from
residents.
The closest of the three
meetings to Plant City will be
held at the Brandon Recrea-
tion Center, 502 E. Sadie St.
For more information, call
272-5920.


PLAN AHEAD
Housing authority meeting
The Housing Authority of
Plant City will host a public
meeting to discuss the autho-
rity's annual plan Oct. 7 at 9
a.m. at 1308 Larrick Lane. The
plan is available for review in
the housing authority office,
1306 Larrick Lane, weekdays
from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The meeting is for com-
ments pertaining to the plan.
Other concerns or comments
will not be addressed at the
meeting and must be submit-
ted to the housing authority
office.
Call: 752-0569.

Taste of Plant City
The annual Taste of Plant
City event, sponsored by the
United Food Bank of Plant
City, will be held on Oct. 9
from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at
McCall Park in downtown
Plant City.
This event, held in conjunc-
tion with the Arts and Anti-
ques Street Fair, will have live
entertainment and food from
a host of local restaurants. All
proceeds benefit the Food
Bank.
Tickets are $10 and are
available at the Greater Plant
City Chamber of Commerce,
Park Side Caf6 and Hillsboro
Bank.
Call: 764-0625.

Golf tournament
The sixth annual St. Clem-
ent Catholic Church Youth
Ministries Golf Classic is
,slated for Oct. 9 at Walden
Lake Golf & Country Club,
2001 Clubhouse Drive.
Format will be four-person
scramble. Registration will be
from 11 a.m. to noon, with a
shotgun start at 1 p.m. Cost is
$50 per player.
Call: Pete Weronik, 752-
8855, or Carol Rodriguez, 757-
6234.

Singles' Night Out
First Baptist Church of
Plant City invites all singles to
its Singles' Night Out Oct. 9 at
7 p.m. at The Singles' Build-
ing, 103 E. Baker St.
Meetings, which are offered
the second Saturday of every
month, consist of a guest
speaker, live Christian music,
coffee bar, door prizes, fellow-
ship and more.
Child care, by reservation,
is free.
Call: 752-4104.

Antiques street fair
The Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce's will
celebrate the first anniversary
of its Antiques Street Fair Oct.
9 from 7 a.m. to noon in
McCall Park.
The fair is offered the
second Saturday of every
month and includes arts and
crafts.


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Flu and Pneumonia


If you are 50 years or older or have a chronic lung condition,
you are more at risk of serious complications from flu and
pneumonia. So get to one of our Wellness on Wheels Plant City
stops for a convenient way to protect yourself! No registration
required, but supplies may be limited.
Note: Only Medicare B can be billed. No HMOs.
Cost: Flu $18; Pneumonia $25
If you are not in this nsk category, we ask that you wait UQLil Nov 1 to receive your shots


Locations & Dates
South Florida Baptist Hospital
301 N. Alexander Street
Community Conference Room
Oct. 16, 9:30am-12:30pm

Wal-Mart
2602 lames Redman Parkway
Oct. 26, 4:00pm-7-00pm


Strawberry Square
4401 Boot Bay Road
Nov 1, 9:00am-12.00pm

South Florida Baptist Hospital
301 N. Alexander Street
Community Conference Room
Nov 9, 4:00pm-7:00pm


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


October 4, 6-1 Opm
November 13, 9am- 1pm
Community Conference Room
Cost: $25 (includes book
and card)
Pre-payment
required ,


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

tree Elo Pressurt Che0 s
Tuesday, 1-2pm
Hospital Main Lobby
No appointment necessary
Cost: Free






Childbirth Preparation
Program:
This six-week course prepares you
and your partner for all phases of
labor and delivery. It covers emotional
issues, relaxation and breathing
exercises, and feeding and caring
for your new baby. The sixth class
contains information previously


Fred's Farmers Market
1401 Dr. M.L.K. Jr. Blvd. W
Nov. 11, 11-00am-1:00pm

South Florida Baptist Hospital
301 N. Alexander Street
Community Conference Room
Nov. 20, 9-30am-12:30pm

South Florida Baptist Hospital
301 N. Alexander Street
Community Health Resource Center
Hospital Main Lobby
Nov. 22, 5:00pm-8:00pm


given out during our Baby Care
Classes. Classes are held once a
week on Tuesdays. (Maximum 8
couples) Must register to attend.

October 12 November 16, 7-9pm
Two South Classroom
Cost: Free

Karing For Kids
Children's Health Fair
It's time for South Florida Baptist
Hospital's annual Karing for Kids
Children's Health Fair! join us for
a Saturday that's dedicated to
keeping kids (ages infant to 12
years old) healthy and happy.
The day will feature free health
screenings, fun activities and lots
of helpful information for parents.
join us!


October 30, 10am 1pm,
Arthur Boring Building
Strawberry Festival Grounds
2406 W. Reynolds Street, Plant City
Call (813) 757-8511 for more info.


For information, registration or physician referral, call (813) 754-4444 unless otherwise noted.
South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N. Alexander Street, Plant City, FL 33563


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CELEBRATE


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1973 when members of the St. Clem-
ent parish decided to participate in a
strawberry shortcake booth at the
Florida Strawberry Festival. Money
raised from the booth continues to
support many improvements to the
church property on Alexander Street.
Catholic participation in the local
Christian community has grown from
a modest beginning when the closest
Catholic church was found in Tampa.
Today the parish of St. Clement serves
almost 1,000 families, with its parish
boundaries stretching across eastern
Hillsborough County, from the Polk
County line to McIntosh Road.

A growing parish
Prior to- the 1900s there were no
Catholics on record ,in Plant City.
Those who' moved into eastern Hills-
borough County after 1900 attended
Catholic services at Sacred Heart,
Tampa's oldest church. Founded by
Spanish Catholics of the 16th century,
Florida remained a missionary state in
the church until the late 1950s.
A census taken of all Catholic fami-
lies in eastern Hillsborough and sur-
rounding communities, encouraged
the church to continue its missionary
effort. The Plant City mission was ded-
icated in 1920, but services were con-
tinued in private homes for several
more years.
One of those homes was owned by
Mrs. Thomas Surrency. She lived on
the corner of Baker and Thomas
streets, in a small framed home. When
she moved away from the area, the
Jesuit Province in New Orleans granted
permission to the Rev. Alfred Latiolais
to purchase the small house as the per-


manent parish church. The Holy Name
of Jesus mission church, commonly
called the Surrency house church,
served Plant City's Catholic families
until 1929.
The Rev. John J. Mullins proposed
the construction of a new church to
replace the aging Surrency home.
Approval was granted and church
services were moved to the Capitol
theater several blocks away. The old
Surrency house was dismantled to
make way for the new church. Church
members with special skills helped in
the new construction. In time, a brick
and steel church was designed and
then erected, the construction taking
only 18 working days, according to a
Courier article.
The first Mass was conducted in the
new brick church in May 1931. A Cou-
rier article dated May 6, 1931, said the
church was filled to capacity, serving
about 250 worshipers. The church was
constructed at a cost of about $7,500.
By 1960, when Florida's Catholic
population was on the rise, plans were
made to build the new St. Clement
Church on North Alexander Street
property, purchased by the Catholic
diocese in 1958. Population growth in
Bartow and Brandon led Catholics in
those areas to build their own
churches. St. Clement, counting only
100 families in its localized congrega-
tion, pledged to raise $135,000 needed
to build a new, Spanish-styled church
on the Alexander property.
"The Spanish influence in the
Catholic Church, particularly in Flor-
ida, continues to this day," Morgan
said. "In the late 1800s, the Spanish-
speaking families in Ybor and Tampa
made up a fair percentage of the
Catholic population in this area. That
was carried over, in part, from the
Spanish settling of the peninsula that
dates back to the late 1500s. That is


over 500 years of tradition in this
state."
Morgan was pleased when the par-
ish boundaries were expanded earlier
this year to include the San Jose
Mission in Dover, with a large Span-
ish-speaking migrant community.
"Old Spanish Florida and the pres-
ent congregation at St. Clement share
a common bond," he said.

Breaking new ground
In August 1976, ground was broken
for the new church, designed by
Tampa architect, Cesar Alfonso. The
11,000-square-foot multipurpose
building contained a large hall, capa-
ble of seating 500 people. Moveable
walls were installed to allow classroom
space when needed. The church was
completed in 1977, when the first Mass
was celebrated on Easter Sunday, with
Cronin presiding.
A decade of building continued on
that property, with a church office-
rectory being built in 1982. Continued
growth in the area Catholic population
prompted the planning of a new Span-
ish-styled church, designed by the
same Cesar Alfonso, to accommodate
a parish population that had doubled
in less than 20 years. At a cost of
$400,000, half of which came from the
Strawberry Festival fund raising straw-
berry shortcake booths at the festival,
the new church was built.
Bishop W. Thomas Larkin officiated
over the dedication on March 22; 1986.
Along with the church, the building
complex included an education center
with 12 classrooms, a library and two
offices. The original church at the
Alexander property was transformed
into the parish social hall.
Morgan, 46, talks of a strong link
between his personal life and the his-
tory of St. Clement.


"I am extremely pleased to be pastor
at St. Clement at this particular mile-
stone," Morgan said. "My parents
moved into this area in 1975.1 I attended
high school at Tampa Catholic, and
there is a certain feeling of closeness
attached to my personal history and
this church. The kinship this parish
shares with the past is very much
alive." -
Judy Barta, a manager at Sunshine
State Federal Savings and Loan on
Baker Street, two blocks east of the old
church building, was also baptized,
confirmed and married in St. Clem-
ent.
"My whole life seemed to be cen-
tered around that little red-brick
church," Barta said. "My grandparents
talked about Mass being held in the
old framed houses in the same area
when they were young. But I spent my
early life attending church functions at
that little brick church. I hope that the
city preserves the history of that build-
ing by always protecting it. The church
has so many memories for so many
Catholics raised in this area."
Today, in a continued effort to reach
an ever-growing parish, the church
sanctuary is located in a new multi-
million dollar church built in the same
Spanish style, with a seating capacity
of more than 1,000 people. An early
learning center is also located on the
grounds. An attempt to operate a
grammar school, grades one through
four failed last year due to a funding
shortfall. But plans to pursue a pri-
mary school on the grounds are still
pending, church officials said.
"St. Clement is a proud part of the
Christian community in Plant City,"
Morgan said. "We look to the future
with a lasting dedication to spread
Christ's message to the people. We are
all blessed to share in that heritage."


What Are the Warning
Signs of a Stroke?

* Weakness in the arms or legs
* Temporary dim, blurry vision
" Loss of vision in one or both eyes
" Headache Slurred speech
* Dizziness Difficulty swallowing
* Tingling or numbness of the face

A stroke occurs when the brain
does not receive enough blood and
oxygen resulting in damage to brain
cells. The outcome can be disastrous
and may be permanent. A stroke can
cause permanent loss of vision, or
inability to walk or to use an arm.
You may be unable to speak or
understand what others are saying.
Strokes can be caused by a number
of things. Untreated high blood
pressure is a common cause. You
can feel fine, and not even know your
pressure is dangerously elevated.
That is why it is important to have
your blood pressure checked, even
if you feel okay. Atherosclerosis
(hardening of the arteries) is also
a risk factor for strokes. There are
other health problems that may
cause one or more of these warning
signs. If you have experienced any
of the above warning signs, don't
delay. Check with a doctor. Don't
take any chances. The risk to your
health is too great.
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Continued From Page 15
Pregnancy Care Center
banquet
The "Pearl of Great Price"
fall fundraising banquet to
benefit the Pregnancy Care
Center of Plant City has been
rescheduled for Oct. 11 at 6:30
p.m. at St. Clement Catholic
Church's social hall, 1104 N.
Alexander St. Guest speaker
will be humorist John Trent.
Individual tickets are $35,
and sponsor levels are avail-
able.
Call: 759-0886.

Kids' Night Out
The Plant City Junior Wom-
an's Club will host a "Kids'
Night Out" Oct. 11 from 4 to 8
p.m. at the Union Station
Train Depot in downtown
Plant City.
The evening of free games
and activities will include a
jumping tent, face painting,
music by local schools, police
and fire department displays,
the South Florida Baptist


Hospital Wellness on Wheels
bus, a sponge-a-teacher
booth, puppets and more.
Refreshments will be sold.
Donate a new or lightly used
coat and earn a chance to win
a prize.
Proceeds from the event
benefits the club's shoe proj-
ect.

City commission
The Plant City City Com-
mission meets the second and
fourth Mondays of the month
at 7:30 p.m. in the Nettie Mae
Draughon Auditorium at city
hall, 302 W. Reynolds St.
The next meeting will be
Oct. 11.

Lions golf tourney
The Plant City Lions Club
will host its Lions Club Golf
Tournament Oct. 15 at 1 p.m.
at Walden Lake Golf and
Country Club, 2001 Clubhouse
Drive.
Lunch will be served before


AR PRESENTED BY:
S ER I E S David Pomeranz, Piano: Javier Hinojosa, Flamenco
Guitar. Jeff Loyd, Percussions (Special Appearance)

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2004 7PM
This will be a grand concert of sorie of the most loved'music of
Spanish tradition. The artist will give you an expenience of a life time.
Concert to be held in Heritage Hall next to the
First United Methodist Church across from City Hall.
The concert is free to the public. Our way of giving back to the community.

RECEPTION TO FOLLOW,
Artist "Alma Iberica" (Soul of Spain)

Information please call: First United Methodist Church
754-3519. Ask for Robert Moffa, Music Director.


play.
Call: Bill Ulbricht, 757-1205.

Golf tourney set for Oct. 16
The Plant City Optimist
Club will present the Plant
City Recreation and Parks
Department Golf Tournament
Oct. 16 at the Plant City Golf
Course, 3102 Coronet Road.
Funds raised go to support
youth programs and schol-
arships. Teams are being
formed now and hole spon-
sors are needed.

Wellness Van to
offer flu shots
First Presbyterian Church,
404 W. Reynolds St., will spon-
sor the Wellness Van from
South Florida Baptist Hospital
to provide flu shots to the
public Oct. 20 from 5:30 to 7:
30 p.m. This will be the first
day that flu shots will be avail-
able in this area. The van will
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to the north. A portion of the
storm's eye passed over the
city.
But to the relief of residents
here, Jeanne weakened to a
tropical storm as it crossed
Polk County, and a jog to the
north also helped spare this
part of the county the full
brunt of a storm that packed
120 mph winds when it came
ashore near Stuart. Still, winds
as high as 76 mph were
reported in Plant City and sur-
prised many.
"I think a lot of people are in
shock because we didn't
expect anything of this magni-
tude," said Mayor Mike Spark-
man.
The Plant City Police and
Fire Rescue departments
called in extra personnel and
were busy, officials said. At
one point, the- Fire Rescue
department had to stop
answering calls because winds
were too high, then worked to
catch up. Neither department
received any calls that resulted
in serious injuries or cata-
strophic property damage as
of Monday, officials said.
"I think we were very
fortunate there have been no
serious injuries so far," said
Fire Rescue Chief George
Shiley Monday afternoon.
Shiley spent Sunday at the
city's Emergency Operations
Center in City Hall, where city
staff tracked the storm, kept in
contact with the police and
fire departments, monitored
city infrastructure and coordi-
nated efforts to clear roads.
Still, Jeanne had higher
winds than Frances, and it
showed, said Police Chief Bill
McDaniel.
"I've driven around town
quite a bit and I can tell you
that the level of damage is
several multiples beyond what
Frances did," McDaniel said.
"The amount of downed trees
and power lines is far more
than I've ever seen."
McDaniel said he saw large
chunks of metal from a canopy
on a building near Ball Street
that had been blown to Grant
Street, about a quarter of a
mile away.
Tampa Electric Co. officials
said Monday that as many as
285,000 of its customers,
including 167,000 in Hills-
borough County, lost power
during the storm. That
number was down to 228,000
late Monday.
Many of those without
power in Hillsborough are in
the eastern part of the county.
TECO reported it had suffered
"extensive" structural damage
to the eastern portion of its
system, including equipment
serving Brandon, Plant City,


TONY MARRERO/Staff photos
John Naylor works to repair the carport at the mobile home he shares with his wife, Betty. The
couple evacuated and came home to find the carport had collapsed under the force of Jeanne's
winds.


Dade City and Winter Haven,
and the surrounding areas.
Transmission and distribu-
tion circuits, as well as substa-
tion facilities, suffered
significantly more damage
than during Hurricanes Char-
ley or Frances, officials said.
TECO once again set up a
special operations center at
the Florida Strawberry Festi-
val grounds to coordinate res-
toration efforts. Foreign crews
had just begun to arrive on
Monday afternoon.
"The problem we're having
is, because of all the storms in
the southeast, you have a lot
of crews dedicated to other
areas," said Howard Bryant,
the center's logistics coordi-
nator. "There are still crews
doing restoration because of
Frances and up in Pensacola
because of Ivan. The resources
are a little more scarce then
they were two and three
storms ago."
On Tuesday, much of Plant
City was still without power,
and motorists were still nego-
tiating intersections without
working traffic signals.

Near misses
Many residents took heed of
the order to evacuate mobile
homes.
The shelter at Tomlin
Middle School, with a capacity
of 550 people, filled quickly,
and officials had to turn away
some, referring them to a
middle school in Seffner.
Tomlin lost power at one
point and Plant City Fire
Rescue provided a generator
for lights, said Bill Bowers,
chief of operations. The shel-
ter closed Sunday evening.


These line trucks, belonging to crews from outside the Bay area,
had just arrived at Tampa Electric Company's special operations
center at the Florida Strawberry Festival grounds Monday
afternoon. "We're ready," said Brian Ostiguy, an IBEW Local 104
crewman from Boston, who came to Plant City by way of
Alabama where he helped restore power to Ivan's victims.


South Florida Baptist
Hospital lost power for three
hours, said chief operating
officer Bill Ulbricht. The hos-
pital's emergency generators
kicked in and there was never
any threat to patient safety,
said Ulbricht. It did grow a bit
warm, though, because not all
the facility's air conditioning
units are on generator power.
"But we can handle a little
bit of warmth considering we
didn't lose a building or a
roof," Ulbricht said.
The Health Center of Plant
City, a nursing home on
Wilder Road, took in 38 evac-
uees from another home in
Vero Beach on top of its 180
residents. The center lost
power around 6 a.m. Sunday
morning and got it back a little
less than 24 hours later.
"Everybody pulled through


like a champ," said Stan
Weyer, the center's adminis-
trator. "TECO came out as
soon as the winds died down
and you can't ask for more
than that."
The city's wastewater treat-
ment plant fared well, officials
said. Power had been restored
to city hall late Monday night.
Several residents said they
considered themselves lucky.
With so many trees down,
there were many near misses.
Judy Parker was one of
them. Parker lives in a small
1920s bungalow on Wheeler
Street and fled to her daugh-
ter's home in Walden Lake
around 7:30 a.m. on Sunday.
She came home to find the
huge oak tree in front of her
house sitting in sawed chunks
in her yard. The tree had fallen
across Wheeler Street and a


crew had cut it up and put in
on her property.
Had it fallen any other way,
it would have hit her house or
one of her neighbors' homes.
"I wouldn't have had a
home," Parker said. "The lord
blessed me the way he put that
tree across the street."
In Roseland Park, Annie
Keene watched frightfully as a
power line and a tree caught
fire just yards away from her
home. The heat was so intense
it burned holes in a chain link
fence nearby. The rain extin-
guished the blaze, she said.
"I thought my house was
going to catch on fire," Keene
said. "We were scared."

Clean up begins
On Monday, the buzz of
chainsaws could be heard
around the area as residents
cleaned up the massive
amount of debris.
City officials put the number.
of trees down within the city
limits at more than 730.
Milene and Dallas Powell
were out clearing debris from
their property on Collins
Street at 8 a.m. Three hours
later, they had a pile of debris
chest-high sitting on the curb.
The Powells property was
like many in the historic dis-
trict. With its abundant
amount of foliage, there were
many trees and limbs down,
several on power lines, and so
most of the area was without
power.
The couple have several
large oaks over their home.
None fell or lost large limbs,
though.
"We've been extremely
lucky," Milene Powell said. A
moment later, she took out
more debris to the curb and
joked to a neighbor working
across the street, "I bet my
pile's going to be bigger than
your pile."
The city has set up a drop
off point at Ellis Methvin Park
on East Cherry Street for resi-
dents to drop off yard'debris.
The city will still pick up debris
from the curb, but officials
said pickup may be delayed
and it would take time to get to
every neighborhood.
City crews were working
early this week to clear trees,
especially from power lines to
help TECO restore power,
Sparkman said
Back in the Floral Village
mobile home park, Betty and
George Naylor are considering
a move. They evacuated and
came home to find their
carport collapsed. They say
this hurricane season has left
them weary and ready for a
change.
"We're getting ready to get
rid of this thing and move to
Ohio," Betty Naylor said.


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detonate in public places, and
car bombs plow into civilians.
Evil.
Evil is a real, active force,
414890 and it remains as close to the
surface as goodness and love.
While it may be politically
incorrect to make such a
statement, I believe that evil is
systematically infiltrating the
k, culture, and has become a
familiar companion to the
ng extent that we often fail to
its recognize it anymore.
A key element to degenera-
tion in any venue is dogged
a refusal to recognize the
problem. Calling mold "green
ca. paint" won't stop it from
rotting the wood. Insisting
"My husband is thirsty when
he gets home. He just likes the
flavor of beer," won't change
the fact that a daily six-pack
suggests a problem with
alcohol. Simply substituting
the phrase "boys will be
boys," doesn't alter the
tragedy of mean-spirited
children destroying another
student's life at school.
This evening I caught the
latest commercial for "Hal-
", loween Horror Nights" in
,x Orlando. In one scene, a
young man enters a room
where blood begins to drip


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from the ceiling and run
down the walls. When the
idea of a human slaughter-
house qualifies as entertain-
ment, evil has won a
significant cultural victory.
There is hope though, and
by hope I mean something
more substantial than wishful
thinking. I "hope" the nonre-
ligious are still reading along.
Light holds more power
than darkness. Love is strong,
so strong it takes on hate and
celebrates victory with grace.
Life trumps death; the finality
of death is defeated. In the
long haul, good will overcome
evil every time.
There is an inexorable
quality to light, love, life,
goodness and grace. Righ-
teousness is irrepressible.
But we must take our stand.
It is critical that we stop
waffling while evil breeds and
threatens our children. The
more of us who dare to step
into the light, the less bold the
enemy will dare to be.

Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can view
his work at derekmaul.com
or reach him at maulhall@
aol.com.


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SEPTEMBER 30, 2004 THE COURIER 19


SPORTS


Durant Struggles With


Jeanne Aftereffects


HOST BRANDON
AT 7:30 P.M. FRIDAY
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
This was not how Durant
was hoping to prepare for a
bounceback effort, after losing
a tough overtime decision to
East Bay.
Cougar head coach Mike
Gottman was able to get his
players together for practice
Monday afternoon, but with-
out many of the accoutre-
ments they would be used to.
Like power, for example.
"When you're using flash-
lights and lanterns to try and
find the locker room, that's a
bit different," Gottman said.
His team was searching for
a few extra points on Friday,
but could not get any after
halftime and lost to East Bay,
20-14.
With the loss, Durant
dropped out of the state rank-
ings, still getting enough votes
to be in 12th place in Class 5A.
The early district defeat
makes this week's home game
with Brandon critical. Kickoff
is 7:30 p.m. at the Ron Frost
Athletic Complex. A barbecue
dinner-tailgate party is set for
an hour before kickoff, with
ticket costs for the $5 dinner
going to help build a field-
house at the facility.
Durant hopes to have at
least one of its injured line-
backers in the lineup on
Friday. Junior Smith (bruises
from car accident) and Brett
Smouse (knee) were out of
action against East Bay and
the Indians took advantage,
running for nearly 400 yards.
Brandon Zackery, who
returned to the quarterback
role with East Bay's starter
struggling, went off for 238
yards on 16 carries.


"We just didn't do a good
job of executing the game
plan, and we didn't tackle him
(Zackery)," said Gottman.
Still, East Bay could not
score either after the game
was tied, 14-14, at halftime,
missing two field goals in the
fourth quarter. Durant seemed
headed for a regulation victory
with the ball inside the Indi-
ans' 30-yard line, but Chip
Bowden was intercepted in
the end zone in the final
minute.
The Cougars were able to
rack up big rushing numbers
- Matt Stwan ran for 183 yards
- but could not finish off mat-
ters. In overtime, East Bay
stopped Stwan twice at the 1-
yard line.
Malcolm Shavers ran for 69
yards as he and Stwan scored
as the teams traded touch-
downs in the first half.
With both Brandon and
Durant (2-1 overall, 1-1 in dis-
trict) now having a district
loss, Friday's meeting proves
all the more important. The
Eagles last week found out
how good Lakeland is. Bran-
don was simply unable to stop
the Dreadnaught offense and
was beaten 47-12.
Though they won by a point
earlier in the year, the Eagles
did allow 48 points to Jeffer-
son so Durant should be able
to get the offense untracked.
"They're very good, espe-
cially their quarterback and
running back and on defense
they're very athletic," Got-
tman said.
Until kickoff, Gottman's
biggest concern was getting
power back at school.
"It's been absolutely crazy,"
he said. "It's very difficult to
concentrate on football. With-
out power and water, from
what I've been able to detect,
it's hard to have school."


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Durant High School's Kevin Gainer tackles Bloomingdale runner Mark Frisk in the Cougars' 51-14
win Sept. 17. Gainer and the rest of the defense will try to rebound from Friday's 20-14 overtime
loss to East Bay. The defense looked porous against the Indians, allowing more than 400 rushing
yards.


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TEAM FELL TO 2-1 AT WHARTON
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The Plant City Raiders hope they got their
heartbreaking loss for the season out of the
way. Wharton scored in the late going to nip
Plant City, 22-21, last week, but it wasn't a dis-
trict game and won't affect the Raiders' playoff
hopes.
That fallback is no longer in place. Beginning
this week, the Raiders have five straight crucial
district games. The stretch begins when Plant
City hosts Bloomingdale for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff
this Friday.
The Raiders were unable to practice until
Wednesday thanks to the effects of Hurricane
Jeanne, which knocked out power across the
county and had Plant City head coach Todd
Long scrambling to get work done
The power at the field house, where the foot-
ball offices are located, was not restored as of
Tuesday.
Long had to take the team's dirty uniforms to
Oasis Laundromat and Cleaners because they
could not be washed at the school. Raider Sta-
dium only sustained minor damage to the con-
cession stands.
Metaphorically speaking, the lights were not
on for the Raiders at kickoff time against Whar-
ton and that cost them a 3-0 start. Wharton
jumped to a 9-0 lead on two botched punts, one


going for a safety.
"Our whole frame of mind was not what we
needed it to be," Long said, admitting some of
the Raiders probably took the winless Wildcats
lightly. "Football is too good around here these
days. You can't just totally flip the switch and
expect to win."
Plant City did manage to turn the game
around, coming back from a 15-7 deficit in the
third quarter and taking the lead in the closing
minutes when quarterback Jason Brown hit
Dane Jones with a 31-yard touchdown pass.
Jones was fantastic, giving Plant City a 100-
yard receiving game for the first time in recent
memory, with four catches for 111 yards. The
Raiders went ahead 21-15 on the touchdown
pass with less than 90 seconds to play. But on
Wharton's next play from scrimmage, Richard
Bowman caught a screen pass and turned it
into a 53-yard score and the extra point gave
Wharton a 22-21 victory.
"We had some plusses, and hopefully the
main one is the kids learn they have got to go in
with the right mindset," Long said.
Brown and Derrick Hallback both ran for
touchdowns, and the Raiders will look to keep
the running game cranking this week against
Bloomingdale. The Bulls lost to Riverview, 24-6,
as the Sharks ran effectively. Brown could have
a good night running the ball; Sharks quarter-
back Chris Alexander did last week with five

See RAIDERS, Page 20


After opening its season
with a loss to Newsome,
certainly nothing to be
ashamed of, the Plant City
boys golf team had a six-
match winning streak going
until it came to a bizarre
end Thursday.
More than a few days
later, Raiders head coach
Gary Brady was still scratch-
ing his head.
"It was the most surreal
thing I've ever seen," he
said.
He was speaking about
the effort of King, which
came in 3-3 but matched
Plant City's very-good score
of 158. That forced a one-
hole playoff, and what
happened then is what was
so incredible. All four
Raiders reached the green in


DAREK
SHARP


regulation, and though none
of the balls were very close
to the hole at least Plant City
was looking at four birdie
putt attempts. King on the
other hand was all over the
map.

See SHARP, Page 20


Plant City Boys


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20. i ER* SEPEMBER30,20


SPORTS SHORTS

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

RAIDERS


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

St. Clement Youth Ministries
golf tournament
The 6th annual St. Clement
Youth Ministries Golf Classic
will be held Oct. 9 at Walden
Lake Golf & Country Club.
Cost is $50 per player. Spon-
sorships are available.
All proceeds will go toward
St. Clement's college schol-
arship fund.
Call: Pete Weronik, 752-
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6234.


Continued From Page 19


carries for 85 yards.
Bloomingdale made giant
strides last season, pulling off
a pair of stunning upsets,
including one over Lakeland.
And the Bulls dealt the Raid-
ers' postseason aspirations a
big blow when they beat Plant
City, 21-10, in the fifth week of
the season.
"They're blocking and tack-
ling well and they have good
consistent schemes," Long
said.
Bloomingdale beat Free-
dom High School, 12-6, in the
opener before being blown
out by Durant and losing to


Riverview.
The Raiders can propel
themselves to a very favorable
district position with the next
two games, both at home,
against Bloomingdale and
Brandon.
After Lakeland wiped Bran-
don out last week and Durant
was knocked off by East Bay,
only Lakeland and Plant City
are without a district loss.
"Yeah, you can look at it like
that, but we have to just take
this thing one game at a time.
Our district's too good," said
Long.


SHARP
Continued From Page 19
But the Lions recovered in miraculous
fashion. Two of their players hit chip shots
that hit the flag stick and nearly went in,
settling mere inches from the cup. In the
end King had four pars, while the Raiders
had three pars and one bogey. King won by a
stroke.
"If we played 100 more times, literally,
there's no chance that would happen again,"
Brady said. "King's coach was like 'Hey,
that's the best we've ever shot.' Well, no
kidding."
Daniel Ruel fired a one-over 37 and Chad
Ballantyne had a 39 for the Raiders. The
playoff would not have taken place had not a
King golfer, on the ninth hole, hit a shot out
of the bunker "that looked like it was going
to fly past the hole, but it checked up to
within about a foot," Brady said.
Plant City (6-2) has an excellent chance to
dust off its icky feelings today in what
should be a match well worth seeing. The
Raiders host a four-team meet at Walden
Lake. Chamberlain, one of the county's
strongest teams, will be there along with
East Bay. And Brady was able to add Lake-
land, probably the best team in Plant City's
district, to the slate. The match begins at 3
p.m.
Always worth attending is the Berkeley
Premiere volleyball tournament, which
begins this Friday. It's such an exclusive
event that, of its 16 teams, only four are
from Hillsborough County with Durant
being one. Six state champions, three from
out of state, are in the field.
The Cougars begin play on Friday at 4:40
p.m. against one of those champs, Ben
Franklin High from New Orleans. The match
is at Berkeley, which is co-hosting with
Tampa Prep. Durant plays Friday night at 8
against Gainesville, which you guessed it -
is the defending Class 4A state champ.
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"breather" against traditional power St.
Thomas Aquinas at Tampa Prep.
And while Durant is accustomed to in-
season tournaments, it has not been part of
the Plant City Raiders' routine. New coach
Misti Nuetzling has gone about changing
that, and her squad will compete next
month in the Lake Gibson Invitational.
It's a good idea since Plant City has only
three other teams on its nondistrict sched-
ule, making for a light 13-match regular
season. The Raiders enter this week with just
one victory, but Nuetzling has had nothing
but praise for her squad.
"They are getting better, literally, every
day," she said. "Whether it's a practice or a
match, you see a different team. We've had
our ups and downs but even in the downs
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see that?' I could not have walked into a
better situation."
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"They want to learn, they want to be at
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anything else," she said.
Kendra Waters, a junior, has led the
Raiders in kills and libero Ariana Gonzalez
has been "an absolute stud" on defense and
at getting the team fired up, Nuetzling said.
Plant City hosts Bloomingdale tonight at 7
p.m. and has three more regular season
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Oct. 15-16. The Raiders are guaranteed five
matches at the event, comprised mostly of
teams from Polk County.
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not to see how the new Seminole quarter-
back is looking. In case you'd forgotten,
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running for the Tar Heels.
Scott scored a touchdown in the Heels'
first game and had another against highly-
rated Virginia. He is the first running back
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time on Saturday. The game starts at noon
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RESOLUTION NO.178-2004
A RESOLUTION PROVIDING
NOTICE OF PROPOSED EN-
ACTMENT OF AN AMEND-
MENT TO THE ZONING OR-
DINANCE OF THE CITY OF
PLANT CITY, FLORIDA

WHEREAS, this City Com-
mission has on this date
read for first reading the
proposed ordinance here-
inafter referred to; now
therefore referred to; and
Whereas. Richard Leno;
Rosa E. Mindedahl; R.
Wade and jeanne E. W.eth-
erington; Ida Elizebeth
Bu gg trustee; and Marlene
Mathews,trustee, the own-
er of the subject property,
have initiated a change in
the zoning map designa-
tion of a parcel of land; now
therefore
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR-
IDA:
SECTION 1. As required by
Section 166.041, Florida
Statutes and other applica-
ble law, the City Commis-
sion of the City of Plant
City, Florida does hereby
give notice of proposed en-
actment of an ordinance
entitled, and the substance
of which is:
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING
THE DISTRICT BOUNDAR-
SIESOFTHEZONING MAPOF
PLANT CITY, FLORIDA, AS
ENACTED BYCHAPTER 102,
PLANT CITY CODE SO AS
TO CHANGE THE ZONING
CLASSIFICATION OFA PAR-
CEL OF LAND LOCATED AT
THE SOUTHEAST CORNER
OF TRAPNELL ROAD AND
TIMBERLAND DRIVE FROM
COUNTY AS-1 AGRICUL-
TURAL SINGLE-FAMILY
DISTRICT TO CU COMMU-
NITY UNIT DISTRICT IN AC-
CORDANCEWITHTHEGEN-
ERAL SITE DEVELOPMENT
PLAN OF TRAPNELL RIDGE
COMMUNITY UNIT DIS-
TRICT, AS FILED IN THE OF-
FICE OF THE CITY CLERK.

SECTION 2. The proposed
enactment of said ordi-
nance, following second
reading, shall be consid-
ered by the City Commis-
sion upon the conclusion of
the public hearing provid-
ed in Section 4 hereof.

SECTION 3. The proposed
ordinance may be inspect-
ed by the public at the of-
fice of the City Clerk at the
Nettie Berry Draughon Mu-
nicipal Building, 302 West
Reynolds Street, Plant City,
Florida.
SECTION 4. The City Com-
mission will hold a public
hearing on said ordinance
at its meeting in the Sadye
Gibbs Martin Auditorium of
the Nettle Berry Draughon
Municipal Building, 302
West Reynolds Street,
Plant City, Florida, on Octo-
ber 11,2004,at 730 p.m. or
as soon thereafter as the
matter may be heard, at
which time interested par-
ties and citizens may ap-
pear and be heard with re-
spect to th proposed ordi-
nance.
SECTION 5. All persons are
advised that if a person de-
cides to appeal any adeci-
sion made by City Commis-
sion with respect to any
matter considered at sucn
meting he will need a re-
cord of the proceedings,


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and for such purpose he
may need to ensure that a
verbatim record off the
proceeding is made, which
record includes the testi-
mony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be
based.
SECTION 6 In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabilities Act any person
with a disability requiring
reasonable accommoda-
'tion in order to participate
in this meeting should call
the City Clerk at (813)
659-4200 at least 48 hours
priorto the public hearing.
SECTION 7 At the public
hearing referred in Section
4 herein, all speakers shall
be limited to three (3) min-
uts, unless the speaker re-
quests the City Clerk for
additional time no less
than forty-eight (48) hours
priorto said public hearing.
In the event speakers) re-
guest additional time the
determination of the
amount of time to be al-
lowed shall be at the dis-
cretion of the Mayor, butno
speaker shall generally be
allowed more than fifteen
(15) minutes.
SECTION 8. This resolution
as notice of the proposed
enactment of said ordi-
nance shall be published in
The Tampa Tribune, issue
of September 30,2004.
Adopted by the City Com-
mission on September 27,
2004.
Michael S. Sparkman
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
Virginia L. Helper
City CLerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
N07575 09/30/2004
RESOLUTION NO.177-2004
A RESOLUTION PROVIDING
NOTICE OF PROPOSED EN-
ACTMENT OF AN AMEND-
MENT TO THE ZONING OR-
DINANCE OF THE CITY OF
PLANT CITY, FLORIDA

WHEREAS, this City Com-
mission has on this date
read for first reading the
proposed ordinance here-
inafter referred -to; now
therefore referred to; and
Whereas, Linda Jane
Dykes, Carol M. Robinson,
Trustees; Medley Groves,
Inc., owners of the subject
property and Magnolia
Green; LLC, have initiated a
change in the zoning map
designation of a parcel of
lane; now therefore
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR-
IDA:
SECTION 1. As required by
Section 166.041, Florida
Statutes and other applica-
ble-law, the City Commis-
sion of the City of Plant
City, Florida, does hereby
give notice of proposed en-
actment of an ordinance
entitled, and the substance
of which is:
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING
THE DISTRICT BOUNDAR-
IES OFTHE ZONING MAP OF.
PLANT CITY FLORIDA, AS
ENACTED BYCHAPTER 102,


I I Legals I
PLANT CITY CODE, SO AS
TO CHANGE THE ZONING
CLASSIFICATION OFA PAR-
CEL OF LAND LOCATED AT
THE SOUTHWEST CORNER
OF TRAPNELL ROAD AND
DRAWDY ROAD FROM
COUNTY AS-1 AGRICUL-
TURAL SINGLE-FAMILY
DISTRICT TO CU COMMU-
NITY UNIT DISTRICT IN AC-
CORDANCE WITH THE GEN-
ERAL SITE DEVELOPMENT
PLAN OF MAGNOLIA
GREEN COMMUNITY UNIT
DISTRICT AS FILED IN THE
OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK.

SECTION 2. The proposed
enactment of said ordi-
nance, following second
reading, shall be consid-
ered by the City Commis-
sion upon the conclusion of
the public hearing provid-
ed in Section 4 hereof.

SECTION 3. The proposed
ordinance may be inspect-
ed by the public at the of-
fice of the City Clerk at the
Nettie Berry Draughon Mu-
nicipal Building, 302 West
Reynolds Street, Plant City,
Florida.
SECTION 4. The City Com-
mission will hold a public
hearing on said ordinance
at its meeting in the Sadye
Gibbs Martin Auditorium of
the Nettle Berry Draughon
Municipal Building 302
West Reynolds Street,
Plant CityFlorida, on Octo-
ber 11,2064, at 7:30 p.m, or
as soon thereafter as the
matter may be heard, at
which time interested par-
ties and citizens may ap-
pear and be heard wth re-
spect to th proposed ordi-
nance.
SECTION 5. All persons are
advised that if a person de-
cides to appeal any deci-
sion made by City Commis-
sion with respect to any
matter considered at such
meting he will need a re-
cord of the proceedings,
and for such purpose he
may need to ensure that a
verbatim record off the
proceeding is made, which
record includes the testi-
mony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be
based.
SECTION 6 In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, any person
with a disability requiring
reasonable accommoda-
tion in order to participate
in this meeting should call
the City Clerk at (813)
659-420 at least 48 hours
prior to the public hearing.
SECTION 7 At the public
hearing referred in Section
4 herein, all speakers shall
be limited to three (3) min-
uts, unless the speaker re-
quests the City Clerk for
additional time no less
than forty-eight (48) hours
prior to said public hearing.
In the event speakers) re-
quest additional time the
determination of the
amount of time to be al-
lowed shall be at the dis-
cretion of the Mayor, but no
weaker shall generally be
owed more-than fifteen
(15) minutes.
SECTION 8. This resolution
as notice of the proposed
enactment of said ordi-
nance shall be published in
The Tampa Tribune, issue
of September 30,2004.
Adopted by the City Com-
mission on September 27,
2004.


Legals I
Michael S. Sparkman
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
Virginia L. Helper
City CLerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
N07574 09/30/2004
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
The administration of the
estate of Elizabeth I.
Hogans, deceased, File No.
03-89, is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court for Hilsborough
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is Post Office Box
1110, Tampa, Florida 33601.
The names and addresses
of the personal representa-
tive and the personal rep-
resentative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
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
OF ACOPYOFTHIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
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, mustfiletheir 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-
tember23,2004.
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
Tampa, Florida 33605
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NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with thepro-
visions of Florida law, there
being due and unpaid
charges for which the un-
dersigned is entitled to sat-
isfy an owner's lien of the
good hereinafter described
and stored at Uncle Bob's
Self Storage located at:
1005 S. Alexander St., Plant
City Florida 33563.
813-159-9526. And, due no-
tice having been given, to
the owner of said property
and all parties known to
claim an interest therein,
and the time specified in
such notice for payment of
such having expired, the
goods will be sold at public
auction atthe above stated
address to the highest bid-
der or otherwise disposed
of on Wednesday, October
13,2004at9:30am.
MICHELLE PEASE
Household goods,
furniture, misc
JOHNNIE M.DEMPS
Household goods, boxes
GARY BRENTS
Household goods
FRANCINE MOSLEY
Household goods,
furniture, misc
LEON CL6USE
Household goods,
furniture, misc
09/23/04,09/30/04
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Notice is hereby given that
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 NARGRET: Furn
#130 SAXION: Furn, misc
items
#433 BAKER: Desk, small
Refrig
#622 CALHOUN: Misc items
This sale is being held to
satisfy a Landlord's Lien
Tammy Venable
Manager
09/23/04,09/30/04
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Notice is hereby given that
sale will be held on Thurs-
day, September 30, 2004
10am at SEFFNER SELl
STORAGE, 1490 E. Dr. ML
King Blvd, Seffner, FL 33584
to satisfy lien.
UNIT26
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Household & Misc Items
Management reserves the
right to refuse any bid.
Items must be removed
within 24 hours from time
of sale.
Patricia McBride
Manager
09/23/04,09/30/04
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FORECLOSED HOMES $0
or Low Down! HUD, VA,
FHA No Credit OK! For
Listings. 1-800-501-1777
Ext.1618
Homes From
$199/month! 4% down,
30 years @ 8.5% APR.
Foreclosures, repos,
HUD, VA and more' 1-3
bedrooms available. For
information & listings
800-747-9364 ext. B448
1101 South Tampa
DAVIS ISLAND 1900sf,
3/1,640 Hudson Ave.
Large lot 109x129.
Sold as is.
$450,000 OBO.
Call 813-625-4095
HYDE PARK, 3 br, 2 ba, 1
car garage, exc
location! Blocks from
Bayshore. CHA. Must
see! $269,900
813-244-8465
Selling a guitar can be
easier than playing it.
Place your a in musical
instruments, class 420.
South Tampa, renovated
1925 Mediteranian
home, 3br/2ba, 1569
sqft. MUST SEE!!!
4213 W Obispo St Tampa.
$365K. 813-835-9196
1102 Northwest
Forest Hills N. 3br, 1.5ba,
1750SF, dlb carport tile
firs, fireplace, fncd yd.
CMA is $168K, sell as is
$145K. 12115 N. Edison.
813-231-9741 leave msg.
WESTCHASE The Shires
3/2/2, cul-de-sac,
conservation lot, new
flooring & paint,
immaculate. $224,900
Call (813)926-1790
lno Northeast/
103 New Tampa

CORY Lake New! Ready in
Nov. 4/3/3, study, pool/
spa, 2981sf $447K &
3/3/2, study, 2723sf,
$379K. Major upgrades.
13-309-8729/994-8073
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TAMPA PALMS-2br
Townhome wi/den.
2'2 ba. lcg. l1877SF,appl
tile 1st floor., scr. porch,
comm pool, gated comm
$185,O000 813-817-8747

East
104 | Hillsborough

APOLLO BEACH New
Home in new gated
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conservation view, I
miles to deep water ac-
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Pinehurst, 3/2/2 + 'den,
2053 sq.ft Full 2/10year
warranty. Available
now. owner/agent
$225,000 EHO (813)
918-4487
BRANDON Hard to find
sunny corner unit @
Providence Town-
homes. 2br 2.5ba, fully
applianced,lg screened
lanai, great cond,
$114,900 813-892-1071
S HISTORIC
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shady. 813-763-0872
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screened porch, wood
flooring. 205 Seminole
Lake Blvd. BELOW MAR-
KET VALUE!! $56,900.
866-422-1753


11141 Waterfront I
COQUINA KEY PARADISE
Wtft deep water, 3br/
2.5ba, hdwd firs, 2cg w/
huge wrkshp.
Frank Bowden/Realtor
727-639-4406 Call Now
Keller WMS Elite Realty
HUDSON Waterfront,
cleared lot, corner lot,
gulf access. Seawall,
sidewalk, $270,000.
Lynch Lane.
865-688-8118
KEYSTONE LAKE Lots, Lg,
2 acres, 170' on lake,
Showing Sun, Sept 26,
10am-2pm. 1000' South
of VanDyke on Gunn
Hwy. NRA 813-225-1500
LUTZ- Lakefront 3.3 acres
with 3BR, 2BA Residence
on ski lake. Large
separate shop, asking
$600K. Call 850-933-7571

Summerfield Village,
2br/2ba, remodeled
new paint in & out, all
appa's, fenced yrd, tile.
$129,00. 800-606-4322
x1018, rec'd info
TAMPA BAY-(4)5 ACRE +
WATERFRONT, START
AT $750K obo. CALL
PAUL F. SAVICH BRK.
813-664-1666
Tampa Shores Waterfrt
canal/davits. 3br, 2ba,
new kit, bath, tile, Rf, Fr
drs/wind. 3 carport, util
rm, lanai, Ig lot, oaks.
$245k 813-3n0-4158
1116C I Citrus |
SUGAR MILL WOODS, 8
room house, 3br 2br on
acre, 2cg, heated jool
& irrigation sys. Total
2500sf. $275,000
352-382-7863

DOUBLE WIDE
FIXER UPPER
on 11 acres, $169,900
Contact owner/realtor
Lisa 352-422-7925
Central
116S Pasco

WESLEY CHAPEL 2 br, 2
ba MH, cul de sac, 1/2
acre, CHA, $85,000,
5-10% down w/owner
fin. avail, 247-3049 or
625-0831
1123 Townhouses
SOUTH TAMPA, Brand
new 2br, 2.5ba, stainless
appliances, granite,
1300SF, garage, pool,
$205K. Rae Catanese,
Prudential Tropical
Realty. 813-784-7744
WESLEY CHAPEL, Mead-
ow Pointe, Covina Key
2br/2'/2 ba on consv lot,
updated w/ hrd wd firs,
paint throughout, gated
comm, 813-486-7152
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112 Homesites &
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SEFFNER-Mclntosh Lake
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lakefront lot, on 45 acre
lake, deed restricted.
Asking $149,000
813-503-5348
WANT TO BUY
Building Lots.
Terry D. Speer Construc-
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|126 Acreage
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min. from Jacksonville.
Schools & big city
ammenn. within mm.
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Southeast Hillsborough-
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1-800-722-5326
www.jimjean.com
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423-613-5924
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931 4457302
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ish Cabin W/Deeded Ac-
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$74,900 Owner/Broker
828-625-4884
NORTH GEORGIA
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br, 3 ba 1740 sf plus
garage. Most beautiful
county in North Ga. Lg
g reat rm, maple firs, fpL.
189K. Call owner.
706-379-1332
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TENNESSEE MOUNTAINS
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floors. No rotten wood.
Paint & Wallpapaer, 4
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& vert blinds. Prof
installed roofover. Must
See. Serious inqONLY.
great Deal $4,000.
813-478-2977

The Key To Savings
Start Here
in Classified!
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
REVERE 1973 12' x 56'
2BR/1BA (needs to be
moved from Brooksville
location by 10/10/04)
$4,000 OBO
(352) 799-6575
Mobile
155 Homes In
Parks
DENVER, Co. suburb. 2 yr
old dbi wide, beautiful
Ig BR's 2ba, Ig kitchen,
retirement vig. No hurri-
canes! Club house/pool.
$69K 303-853-9129
PLANT CITY, In adult park
3BR/1BA screened
porch & back porch, util-
ity room. 813-659-4404
or 813-365-0313
Sheldon Rd Area 3br,2ba
in family mobile park.
Owner financing.
9 813-748-8588
Want Ads

THE MEADOWS
PLANT CITY 2/2 fur-
nished well maintained
30.000 OBO.
407-301-3878
Mobile
165 Homes With.
Property
SEFFNER area, owner
financing.
NO QUALIFYINg
$10K down, $839/mo.
3br, 2ba dblwide on I ac.
813-731-3770
180
Commercial Prop.
Lease

180B Ofc Space I
180B Lease

350 sf office space @
1804 W. Baker St.,
Excellent Location.
(813) 764-8030
Plaza Place, SouthShore
Office Park Sun Point
Shopping Cntr
Banking/Office/Retail
All sizes 813-641-2800
www.PhaganDev.com
South Tampa Kennedy/
Henderson Blvd. Attrac-
tive Prof. ofc space
avail. 1650sf, $10.75/
sqft. Elec & water inc .
Call Kathy 813-767-3593
Warehouse
180D Business
Park Space
1,000 to 1,375 sq. ft.
Office/Warehouse
Easy access 1-75/hwy 60
333Falkenburg Rd N.
Ken Foster, Inc. R.E. Bkrs
On site, or call 689-4492


190
Commercial Prop.
Sale

1 B ICommercial
190B Sites Sale

WESLEY CHAPEL 2ac.
comm. C-2 330x300
34620 SR54 w/s. Good
for retail shops new
home depot in Area.
(813) 478-2983 275k
n Industrial
190C Sites Sale
3.0 + /- acres,
S. 56th Street, Tampa
Park of Commerce,
Industrial Site.
Phone: 813-229-1559

Investment
190J Property
Sale
GRANT PARK, 3 duplex-
es, well below appraisal
for quick sale. Owner
will hold 20% second.
Leave message
813-685-9272
Investor Positions
available in five-star
Mobile Home Park,
Central Florida.
fully leased.
Call (813)833-7525
200-249
Rentals

12001 Rooms/Rent
Efficiencies & rooms for
rent, Day/Week. Down-
town location. Apply
Wilson Ct Motel 301 N.
Thomas 813.752-1227
12 IApartments
205 Unfurnished

Apollo Beach Waterfront!
Like New 2/1 Condo,
Boat Slip Available,55 +
Comm., No Pets. Won't
(813)as45 at$950/mo!
(813) 645-1485
Get in tune w/Classified's
selection of musical in-
struments in Class 420
BRANDON/VALRICO Area
Move In Special.
1 & 2 Bedroom Apts
Free Cable. Sr discounts.
Credit El Dorado
Apts 813-689-3658
FREE Vz MONTHS RENT
MOVE-IN BY 9/30
1 & 2 BR's, Nice & Clean
Plant City
813-754-2200
TOWNSGATEAPTS
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's&
IBR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
PLANT CITY Historic Dist
1BR Apts $525. & up. Dep
Req. 813-967-0591 or
763-3200.
South Tampa, newly con-
structed, 2br/2ba/lcg,
screen lanai, sm gated
community, pool,
$1250mo+ deposit.
No pets. 813-689-4442
Tampa Bay Waterfront at
Lux. Grand Bellagio.
1,2,3 Br 2 Ba Some w/
Balcony/Den & Garage.
Concierge 727.744.0177
www.baytogulf.com
Want Ads
TEMPLE TERRACE
Puritan Place*
Affordable community!
Spacious 1,2 & 3 BrApts
Recently Renovated ext
New Playground, 2pools!.
Picnic &Bar-B-Q Area,
Great Neighborhood
Public Transportation
Income guidelines apply
for move-in specials
callW 813-988-6112
WESTPORT COMMONS
SEC.8APTS/NEW!
1-2-3 Bedrooms
Dishwasher, carpeting,
laundry room, central
a/c, playground,
gated community.
SEIHABLAESPANOL.
Call Connie:
(813) 254-1436 or
254-5816
207 Duplex/
207I Triplex

Plant City- New 3br, 2ba,
ceramic tiled, all appli-
ances convenient loca-
tion, $750/mo. + $500
deposit. (813) 764-8030
209Houses
Furnished

THONOTOSASSA on lake
Furnished lbr/lba,
open floor plan, w/ boat
dock & utilities includ-
ed. $1000/month.
813-764-0691
jHouses
210 Unfurnished

AFB AREA, 3br/lba near
MacDill CHA fenced
back yard, $850/MO 1st,
last + dep. Fred
1 813-335-4379
APOLLO BEACH WATER-
FRONT Newer 3 BR, 2.5
Bath, Att. Garage,
Dock/Boat Lift Patio.
Pets OK. $1,400/mo.
(314)323-3276
BRANDON, 2 houses for
rent, N. of Hwy 60 off
Kingsway. 505 & 507
Terrace Dr. Lrg yard,
Call Bill
813-299-5496


'I iHouses
210 Unfurnished

Brandon/Providence
Lakes 4br,2ba,2cg,
21,00sf, 3yr old home in
quiet cul-de-sac. Ideal
location. Only $1400/mo
813-340-0501 231-7922
BROOKSVILLE AREA
New Home, 3br/lba,
1000sqft on 2Vz acres,
wooded lot. Tile fl, WD
hookup.$750 + deposit.
813-928-5081
BUSCH GARDENS AREA,
7013 N. 40th St. 2br/2ba,
CHA, $750/mo. 1st, last,
sec. Rent incl wa-
ter/sewer/ garb/lawn
care, alarm. Pets ok. Call
813-404-5713
CHEVAL Country Club
Living 4/3/3 split plan in
gated comm, over sized
pool & over sized consv
lot Please
call Mike 813-431-6997
DOVER, CUTE, lbr/lba,
h/a, part furn, nice quite
neigorhood, fenced
yard, $475.813-685-2622
EAST TAIPA 2 & 3 bdrm
homes, renovated, new
kit & bath, new carpet &
ceramic tile, CHA, sec 8
voucher reg'd. Really
nice. 813-601-4877
PARK YOUR CAR IN CLAS-
SIFIED and see ittake off
in the fast lane!
Forest Hills, lbr/lba,
country cottage, private
location. 1005 N Arden
Ave, 2 blks W of Neb off
Linebaugh. $495 mo +
$400 sec. 813-601-4378
Forest Hills, 3br/lba or
2br/lba+ den, indoor u-
til, country cottage, prv
yard. $795mo+ $700
sec.10 7N Arden,2 biks
W of Neb off of Line-
baugh. 813-601-4378
HYDE PARK NORTH
Newly renovated 3br,2ba
bungalow, CHA W/D,
wood floors. 308 North
Westland. Available Oct
1st. 813-843-4904
Lake Magdalene Shores
area Attractive 3BR,
2ba, CB CHA, screened
lanai, Ig fncd yd wood fir
& carpet, excellent area;
$1250/mo. 813-949-4444
Land 0 Lakes, 2br/lba,
lake front home, fisher-
mans paradise. Docks,
boats, 2 acres, secluded.
$850mo + dep, inci all
utilities. 813-909-2927
LAND 0 LAKES Secluded
3BR, 2BA, vaulted ceil.,
new tile/carpet, indoor
utility room, 2CG, no
smoking. $1,000/mo +
dep. (813)363-7459
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.
American Housing
(813) 264-9950
NEW TAMPA 4/3 3cg, +
Pool on Irg conserv lot,
Highly upgraded sgl sto-
ry close to clubhouse in
gated Arbor Green
comm. 1-800-607-2229
PLANT CITY, 3BR/1BA
conveniently location
$650. mo 813-967-0591
or 763-3260.
PLANT CITY, 3br, 2ba, car-
port, frpl, new carpet,
$875/mo. dep & app fee,
no pets, 986-3302 or
748-8641
Plant City, newer split
plan. 3br/2ba, vaulted
ceilings, screen lane,
fenced lot, conv to 14 &
shops, small pets ok.
$1050.mo 813-732-6751
RIVERVIEW 3br 2ba New
home on 40 Acre Lake,
$1,100/mo with $200
Move-in Special. Karyn
Glubis, S. Shore Grp.
813-610-2810
CLASSIFIED WORKS
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-
ter5; 813-679-7662
SEMINOLE Hgts Historic
1920s, 3br2ba Bungalow
2300sf, wood floors,
High Ceilings
$1,95/mo + Deposit
813-961-9616
SOUTH TAMPA 3BR 1BA
new kitchen, wood
floors, washer/dryer.
Nopets. $1,200/mo.
No Smoker
813-832-5113
South Tampa, 3br/lba,
1200sqft, dr, screen
patio, lcg, 24x24 wkshop,
new carpet, tile, paint
blinds, quartz cntrs w/d
hkups, no pets. $975mo.
813-244-5513
TBRANDON/Seffner 3br
2V2ba lcg, 2 sty. New.
Ready 101. 1308sf (liv)
1827 (total all appl's,
yd maint $950-$4110mo
813-657-3458/505-1039
TOWN N' COUNTRY
3br/lV/2ba Compi re-
mod, all appi, big strge
unit, close to Veterans
X-way, 6502 Saline St.

TOWN N'COUNTRY
Copperfield. Remodeled
3br,2ba, FP, good neigh-
borhood Jacuzzi,
screened lanai. Rent to
own! 813-293-4747


I2 Houses
210 Unfurnished

Wesley Chapel New River
Cul- e-Sac, 3br,2ba,2cg
on Pond. New Appis,
W/D, AC, Fans, Cable,
Fenced Yd, Comm Pool,
etc. $970.813-932-2161
WESLEY CHAPEL, near 54
& 1-75.3 br 2 ba, 1 CG on
1 acre 1ot cer tile &
crpet, W/D hk up,appl's
incl. $1050/mo. 90 sec
dep. 813-928-5081
WESTCHASE, Gorgeous
Beautiful Home 4BR,
2BA, 2014SF, 2car gar,
all appliances incl, ready
to move in, $1900/mo. +
deposit. 813-601-0674
Waterfront Bay Crest
Rental, 100% remodeled
& updated 3br,2bad2cg,
2000sf, CHA, deck, dock,
davits, deep water ca-
nal. Only 5 mins to open
bay! Great location at
end of cul-de-sac. Mins
to TIA, shoppinggreat
schools. $2100/mo incl
UTILITIES, all applianc-
es & lawn svc Avail
now. Owner/Realtor.
813-494-0035
I211 Lease-Option
211 To Buy

NORTHDALE, 4br/2V2ba,
F/P, Liv/Din/Fam rms,
2cg, in ground pool sec.
fence $1450/mo 1st +
last, No Security dep.
863-670-0683
12121 Condominiuml
HYDE PARK Avail Oct 1,
Move-in Ready 2br 2ba,
HdWd Firs, W/D Off
Street Pkg Pool, Great
Loc. $1,000/mo + Dep
813-784-7142 .391-8897
SOUTH TAMPA, lbr/lba
+ lbr/1V2 ba, quiet, safe
area, newly remod, gat-
ed comm. pool, hottub
& fishing lake. From
$695401-369-3222
212A| Townhouse

CARROLLWOOD
2br2V/2 baTownhse
$1000/mo.
Deposit & application fee.
Call Kim 813-210-1200
New Tampa/Lake Forest
3br,1.5ba, patio, W/D,
community pool, tennis,
etc. Available now.
$975/mo plus deposit
813-948-3888
South Tampa, Bayshore
Point gated, 3br/2.Sba/
lcg, granite cntr tops,
2nd ffI deck, garden tub,
security syst, pool, ten-
nis, 1693 sqft, 1500mo
Jane 813-258-3200
SOUTH TAMPA, New
TOWNHOME3BR,2.5BA,
Security and sprinkler
systems, 2100SF, 4 car
garage, $1600/mo.
813-961-3504,949-0278
WESTCHASE Area Town-
home Brand New 2Br
21/2 Ba lCg $1200/mo
+ Sec Pets/Smokers OK
www.BillKind.us Ruten-
berg RE 813-854-3216
215 Mobile
215 |Homes |

1BrApts&1&2Bedrm
MHs. 1 mile S of 14 on
Forbes Rd. 813-752-5234
DURANT, 2br/lba, new
appliances shady park.
813-737-2435
DURANT 3br, 1.5ba MH
w/CHA Completely Fur-
nished, NO ETS!Ref's,
$400/mo + $200 Dep.
12-6pm; 813-737-2320
DURANT Area 2BR/2BA
private lot, NO PETS,
813-737-2108
NEAR 1-4 & 301-1, 2 & 3
BR'S. $120-$140 weekly.
Some with utilities.
(813) 626-0820
Plant City: lbr w/air,
very clean. $90/wk.
863-647-5008; 398-2651
Plant City-2&3BR MH's&
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
SPRINGHEAD 2br lba old-
er MH Great Cond, AC,
NO PETS, Need Ref's,
Acre $300 Dep $155/wk
Incl Util, 813-299-3416
THONOTOSASSA
Country Living, Ouite
MH park,2br's/&2ba's
$135/week
813-431-3475
THONOTOSASSA. Small
family park, 2 & 3
bedroom mobile homes
for rent. No dogs, no
washers. 813-986-3833
or 659-2274
TURKEY CREEK, 2br,
clean, air & heat.
$415/mo. Also, 2br,
clean, air & heat
$415/mo. Dep. req. Good
refs req. No pets.
813-737-1844
TURKEY CREEK, Nice,
clean, 2br, 2ba, DW car-
port, scrn porch. Good
refs. No pets. $615/mo.
+ dep. 737-1844
In Travel Trailer
1220 Lots For Rent
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's&
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932

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S I Waterfront
231 Rentals
Hudson New Port Richey
area 2br 2ba Waterfront
home on canal with
dock in back yard. CHA,
$1,000/mopay own utili-
ties. 727-868-4126

WHY RENT?
Waterfront Luxury with
full resort amenities
from $2600/month.
Flexible Credit
Optional-leaseback
1-727-531-2525 xl
Clearwater Cay Club
I 2 Vacation
232 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 1 Jobs Wanted
WILL HAUL Trash, Junk,
Clean Sheds, Yd & Tires,
Anything! I'LL DO IT.
737-3351 763-3745
I WANT LAWNS TO MOW.
FREE ESTIMATE
813-754-3130
Need Raking done? Will
do sm clean up & debris
removal. 813-671-8610
300-390
Employment

302 Management-
3"0 21Supervisory |

Project Mgrs for Ig Home
Bldrs. Comp. in .li $70's.
www.jobjunkie.com
I 312Banking/ I
31 Finance
TELLER-P/T Mon & Thurs
8-4:30, Fri 8-6. Teller exp
helpful. Some benefits.
Call: 621-9631 ext 104
1320 I Medical I
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
RN-WEEKENDSUPRVR.
7p-7a, Fri Sat, Sun
Call 813/752-3611
SIChild Care
335 Positions

CHILD CARE needed In
MY home for 5 mo old
boy, No special needs,
holidays off exp neces-
sary, light housekeep-
ing a plus salary nego.
Call Terry Peter
707-0253 to interview.
340 1 Hospitality I
KITCHEN HELP F/T. &
Waitresses Apply in per-
son Chancy Catfish
Shack, N. Park Rd
754-047 or 752-7224
I5 Clerical/
350 Secretarial

AP/AR-........-...$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.
OFFICE HELP/ASST.
Immed. opening, 35
hrs/wk incl. 1/2 day Sat.
Fast paced environ.
Computer exp req'd.
Background check
mandatory. Fax
resume 813-752-9701
Receptionist F/T*
Nonprofit agency with
excellent benefits seeks
front desk person.
MUST be computer liter-
ate and have great cus-
tomer service skills.
MUST have switchboard
exp. and multi-task all
office functions. Posi-
tion available immedi-
ately Apply in person:
2215 E. Henry Ave.
Tampa or Fax resume to
813-237-3091 EOE/dfwp
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Airline Mechanic Rapid
training for high paying
Career. FAA predicts se-
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1360 I Trades I
ALUMINUM Installers Full
Time must have experi-
ence in screen & glass
rooms, carport & wood
framing. Sub-Contrac-
toror Hourl
Our trucks & tools are
yours. Call KEITH
813-717-9177
Bucket Truck Opera-
tors/Helpers wanted
w/Street Light Maint. &
Underground Conduit
Reapir Exp. CDLa +.
DFWP/EOE. Apply in
person: Terry's Electric
[Tampa East Industrial
Park) 1861 Massaro
Blvd. Tampa. Or Phone:
813/664-0306 Fax:
813/664-1156
Carpenters & Helpers
for large remodels. All
around construction
exp. helpful. Exc.
pay/ben. 813-875-2722
Electrical Svc Tech w/5+
yrs of commercial ser-
vice exp. needed imme-
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Cnty Call 813-889-4948
Electricians RAMS/RPG
813-880-7133.
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nec. Must be AC cert.
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bonuses. Fax resume
863-853-6975
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mechanics.Must have
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We offer a clean cool,
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ing atmosphere & lucra-
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S I Employment
380 General

A/C & Elect. Contractor
seeks help. No exp. nec.
Will train. 813-752-2468
Day Porter needed for
Plant City area, FT & PT
salary/benefits. Call
1-800-438-7432
FENCE INSTALLERS
Good Bnfts, pay depend-
ing on exp. Apply at:
Danielle Fence Mfg.
4855 SR60W., Mulberry-
813-681-6181
GENERAL LABOR
for Dade City landscape
company. IMMEDIATE
HELP NEEDED! DFWP.
352-588-2235
Spot Advertising Works
General Labor Can
advance, DFWP,
vacation & benefits.
813-634-1163
General Laborers,
Scaffolders Landscape.
$ DAILY WORK $
$ DAILY PAYS
219 Cook St, Brandon FL
Labor Finders 654-0885
LAWN CARE CREW in
Dade City looking for
exp. help. IMMEDIATE
HELP NEEDED! Plenty of
roomto move up. DFWP.
352-588-2235
Low Voltage Tech- Exp &
own tools req. ASAP.
Call Jay 813-298-3200
OFFICE CLEANERS PT/FT.
Start Today Cleaning
Offices / Apartments/
Hotels in Your Area. Bi-
lingual English / Espan-
ol, Day/ Night / Week-
ends, Flexible Hours.
14 per Call.
1-900-835-9300
POOL TECH, FT, Mon-Fri.
will train. Must have
clean driving record.
Apply to Pinch A Penny
Pool 212 E. Brandon,
Blvd, Brandon
813-589-2801 EOE DFWP
PRODUCTION, all shifts-
Tempto hire
RITA STAFFING
813-754-5997


380 Employment I
i General

PROFESSIONAL THERA-
PEUTIC FOSTER Parents
Needed! Open your
Heart and Home to Emo-
tionally and Physically
Abused Children. Com-
p ensation 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
SECRETARY Part time for
church needed. 15 hrs
/wk-flexible. Send Re-
sume to: Evangelical
Presbyterian Church,
1107 Charlie Griffin Rd,
Plant City, FL 33566.
Attn: Human Resources
ALCOA ALUMINUM"
now hiring thrn
"RITA STAFFING
LABORERS NEEDED
IMMEDIATELY
813-754-5997
$954-12.22/hr
Need Commercial & In-
dustrial Cleaning Peo-
ple. Painters & Lawn &
Landscaping Crew.
Experience Perferred
813-719-1031
1 IWork At
3831 Home

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home craft assembly
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round work. To $525+
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Free info. packet.
1-801-428-4657, 4 hours
CLASSIFIED
WORKS
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(248)268-6891 (305)
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Education

I 1 Vocational
S4 Training

CAREER Training avail-
able. CNA, HHA & Phle-
botomy classes avail.
Graduate in 4-6 wks. Job
placement avail upon
graduation 863/683.8222
1396 Schools I
Heavy Equipment Opera-
tor CERTIFIED. Training
at Central Florida Com-
munity College Campus.
Job Placement Assis-
tance. (866)933-1575.
Associated Training
Services. 5177 Homo-
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34461.
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Merchandise

14001 Misc for Sale
$19.99 HOME PHONE SER-
VICE! Get Reconnected
Past! Or Call Before Dis-
connection BellSouth
Region from $19.99/mo.,
Elsewhere from
$29.99/mo. No Deposit,
Guaranteed Approval.
1-866-447-2489 Ameri-
can DialTone, Connect-
ing Customers Since
1999!
$300 MEMORY FOAM
MATTRESSES ANY SIZE!
Say $1000! 10,000 Flori-
da Allotment, First
Come, FirstServe!! Limit
5 per Household! Visa,
MC, Discover, EX,
727-447-0957,
813-612-5911
727-210-1098. Deliver!
www.nasatechmemo-
ryfoam.com, Recover
rFlorida!!
AC Cool/Heat for mo-
bile home or house. Nev-
er used. $795. Call any-
time: 813-643-9277

BATHTUB REFINISHNG .
Renew / Change Color.
Tub, Tile, Sink &Chip Re-
pair Commercial & Resi-
dential. 5 yrs. Warranty
Quick Response,
Insure& Serving Florida
Over lOyrs. "Florida's
Tub Doctor" 1-
888-686-9005
BILLIARDS 8' ARC PRO-
FESSIONAL, solid wood,
K66-speed rails, Brazil-
ian slate, leather pock-
ets, diamond sights, still
crated cost $5K, sell
$1250. kit available. Can
deliver. 954-553.5924.
Tampa 813-273-8177.
407-660-1415.
CLASSIFIED CAN!
Ready to graduate into a
new car? Classified can
give you the key! Our in-
ventory of choices are
updated everyday!
DIRECT FREE 3 ROOMS
SYSTEM installed & de-
livered free. Say good-
bye to cable forever. Ac-
cess over 225 chan-
n e I s Call
1-800-859-0440.
www.directech.tv
FENCING SECTIONS new
blk ornamental wrought
iron, gold tipped, 5'xlO',
$400 each. 24 sections
available. 813-907-3888
"FREE" VIAGRA-Cialis -
Levitra. Free sample
ack -4 of each/Total 12
tablets. Call
1-866-247-4745 and pro-
vide us with your ship-
ping address. That easy,
no embarrassment, noi
answered by a live oper-
ator. Call now, this week
only.
GENERATOR Honda
EB11000, industrial gen-
erator, run only 2 hours,
must sell original price
$5400.0O, asking
$4,700.00 (813) 643-2524
GENERATORS
Solar! Visit
www.sunrnr.com

Golden Tee Golf
2005
$2600.727-463-8157.
RVs: Your Transportation
to Adventure! Turn to
Classified when you're
in the market buy or sell!
Havana Florida Fall Ex-
travaganza. Beads, Jew-
elry, and Art Saturday
October 9th (10-6) Sun-
day October 10th (10-5)
The Planters Exchange,
204 2nd Street NW. 10
Miles North of Tallahas-
see on RT 27 off 1-10.
www HavanaEx-
trav.com Or (866)667-
3232
If you think crime doesn't
affect you letus give you
the facts! FACTFIonridi-
ans Against Crime Task-
force P.O.Box 9235 Glen-
wood FL 32722 (386)
801-4740 Fax (386)
740-8330.
MASSAGE TABLES (2),
1 manual $300,
1 electrical.
Both like new or $700
both.727-641-6677.
MOVING SALE-Fine arts,
120 pieces by known art-
ists, oils, watercolors,
lithographs, cerio-
graphs, some with cer-
tificates. Also posters &
prints of early Bucca-
neers teams. Reason-
ably priced, and a must
see. Must sell! For direc-
tions call: 813-237-3787
Pin Ball Machine
Williams, Police Force.
$2,000. 813-237-0172
Leave message.
POWER CHAIR- With de-
tachable leg support,
paid $6500. ASKING
2800 obo. POWER
CHAIR $1000 obo
813-764-8127


1400 |1 Misc for Sale |
SAWMILL-$2,695.00-
LumberMate-2000 &
LumberLite-24. Nor-
wood Industries also
manufactures utility
ATV attachments, log
skidders, portable
board edgers and for-
estry equipment.
www.norwood indus-
tries. corn-Free informa-
tion (800)578-1363
ext300-N.
Sofa, Loveseat, $250.
Whirlpool Washer &
Dryer $200. Broyhill
chair $45. All exc cond.
All $400.813-760-5636
SPA BODY
TREATMENTTABLE
with massage top
$900 obo 813-254-0012
Tanning bed,36 lamp vho
bed, new lamps, incl. ex.
acrylics. In use @ So. Tpa
salon. Easy install/move
$750.813.404.0270
Misc.
400A Wanted

$$CASH$$
Cash for Scrap aluminum,
sheds & trailers. Free
pickup. 813-837-4081
EXCESS AND SURPLUS
ELECTRONICS WANTED!
Audiovisua Automa-
tion, Bar Code, Business
Inventory, Central Of-
fice, Chips, Circuit
Boards, Components,
Controls, G.P.S. Insul.
Wire, l.P., Medical
Elects Networking,
O.E.M. Elects., R.F., Tele-
com., Telephones, Test
Equip., Transmission,
WirelessTop Value for
Reuse Items. Tampa
(813) 888-6249 Toll Free
1-866-372-7270
$ Paying Cash $
for CD's/DVD's/
Construction Power
Tools, Video Games &
Systems. 863-420-6647
CLASSIFIED
WORKS!
TAMPA TRIBUNE Circa
1954 November 29th Is-
sue Only. Willing to Pay
Cash $100 to $200 dep
on Cond. 607-351-3848
karta@kartamusic.com
WANTED!
DTV/Dish Network
Will pay cash & pickup.
813-786-3006

I Pay Cash
for Dish Network receiv-
ers. No direct TV.
(813) 909-2940
$ NEED CASH? $
We Sell For You On
eBay
Sell Your Unwanted Items
Call AJ. 813-353-1829
$S PAID for all types of
jewelry. Looking for any
silver/gold merchan-
dise. Watches. Anything
of value! 727/804-7463
1401 Auctions |
Residential Development
Auction 400!- Acres Al-
bemarle County, VA. Fri-
day, October 15 at 12
noon- Gorgeous proper-
ty withviewsof the Blue
Ridge Mountains, and a
5-6 acre lots to 155!-
Acres farmland Only 25
minutes from Char-
lottesville (804)355-2100
www.motleys.com (VA
lic.#16).
402 Antiques/
402 Collectibles
DEALER SPACE! Estab.
Plant City Shop expand-
ing. Taking applications
for antq/collect dealers
813-719-6336,659-2412
Want Ads
Pinball Machine exc cond
prof. servc'd recently,
Williams (Red & Ted's
Roadshow). Value $3800
ask'g $3000 813-643-0151
BUYING 1998 2004 Devil
Ray's ticket stubs.
Lenny 626-441-8584
sirmook@aol.com

404 Supplies
ARCADE GAMES
Midway Ms Pac Man
Midway Galaga. $606
each. 813-477-5110
or 813-933-2444
1406 Jewelry I
1 carat 3 stone Princess
Diamond, ladies YG
14KT ring, with T.G.L
appraisal. Firm $950 cash.
Tampa813-964-0199 msg.
Diamond Platinum Ring,
amazing 3.35ct, center
stone 2.01 ct certified
appraised @ i17K, must
sefl $8800,866-484-5723
ROLEX- BUY- SELL
Service-Selection.Yates
Jewelers, 1708 S.Dale
Mabry. 813-253-2164.
1407 |1 Diamonds
DIAMOND, 2.08ct, SI Ar
@ $17,636 Sac $6,300
Call beautiful & natural
727-545-4299

WHOLESALE
To The Public,
Tampadiamonds.com
813-486-6088


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

ACCENTFURN.
ACCESSORIES,
ARMOIRS, BED-
ROOMS, DINING,
ENTERTAINMENT
CNTRS, LEATHER
& UPHOLSTERY,
MATTRESSES.
ALL MANUFACTURERS,
ALL STYLES
AMERICAN DREW, BOB
MACKIE, JESSICA
MCCLINYOCK, BAUER,
ASHLEY,AICO HOOKER,
HAMMARY, AMBIANCE,
ARTISON GUILD,
HUNTINGTON HOUSE,
CRAFTMASTER, LEA,
JACQUELINE SMITH,
LEATHER TREND PU-
LASKI LARGO BUTLER,
SAVOV HOUSE /TIN-
DALE LIGHTING C.R.
LAINE, KIMBALL HOME.
OPEN MO-SA Till 5:30pm
OPEN LATETHURSDAY
logansfurniture.com
4315 E. COLUMBUS DR.
813-630-4744
aerobed
MATTRESS SETS
Memory Foam Sets
All new Qu Dbl sided
Pillow Top Set $150.
Qu Plush matt. set $125.
NasaVisco Sleep Therapy
Memory Foam Sets.
Queen $450. King $699.
till in plastic w/warr.
Can deliver
813-380-6021
BABY Furnitue Set, Tan
Color, Armoire, Chang-
ing Table & Crib Match-
ing Set. Was $2,600 Now
$7501 813-643-4120
BED $100
Double sided Qn pillow
top, new, still in plastic,
can del. 813-926-8507
BED $150
Plush dbl sidedN Qu.
pillow top set. New in
plastic w/warr. Can
deliver 813-251-3134
BEDAKingSet$180
New, Still In Plastic
w/Warranty. Can
Deliver 813-380-6021
BED A Qn Set $150
All New Dbl Sided PILLOW
TOP SET. Still In Plastic
w/Warr. Can Deliver
813-380-6021
BedALLTEMPUR
ortho-PEDIC Pressure
Relieving Visco Nasa
Memory Foam Mattress
As on TV
0 cost $1699 sell $449,
Scost$1899 sell$549
lOyr warranty can deliver
5 counties. All sizes avail.
SWEDISHBEDDING.COM
813-226-3022 or
727-733-9334 ANYTIME!
Bed
Bedrooms, Living, Dining
Rms & More! New, Top
Quality Furniture for less!
Wholesale
to the public!
Florida Wholesale Furni-
ture, Inc. 813-643-1388
BED, KING SUITE with
dresser/mirror, 2 nites
tands, chest mattress,
boxsprngs, table/4 chairs
$1100.727-204-7180
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 $485.
New Complete 5 pc sets
Incl Bed, Nstand Drsr/
Mr, Chest, 813-643-1388
BEDROOM 1-10pc
King
Solid Mahogany no ve-
neers, lightdark finish.
4 poster/sleigh. All
drawers American
dovetail, never used still
in box. Includes large TV
armoire. Can deliver
cost $9,000 sell $3,900.
www.solidwood
bedrooms.com
813-293-7621
Bedroom 8pc King
Solid wood. Dovetail con-
struction. New in box.
Cost $3700; sell $1550.
813-293-7621


1410 | Furniture |
Bedroom BEAUTIFUL
BROYHILL 'Fontana' &
'Pleasant Isle', 2 mos.
new, worth $1800. Sell
each $990.727-725-2708
Bedroom Set$650
Solid wood, King canopy
bed, dresser w/mirr., 2
n-stands + matt. set. Gd
cond. 813-486-1151
Bedroom Set, Honey Pine
Triple Dresser, Mirror, 2
Night Stands. Like new,
$650. Small Computer
Hutch, $75.813-926-2269
BEDROOM SET King, by
Lexington, white solid
oak, triple dresser, mir-
ror 2 nightstands, bed
with spindle headboard,
Serta mattress set. Ask-
ing $3,000. Cost $5,000.
813-783-1871
BUNK BEDS $145
Iron or wood Futons,
lofts Avail. All sizes
Can Delv. 813-643-1388
CHINA CABINET- Lighted
hardwood light finish, 2
pieces w/drawer, bev
glass, exc cond. $650.
Call 813-991-1248

COUCH & LOVE SEAT,
black cloth, ex. cond.
$600 813-598-4977

DAYBED
Complete w/pop-up
trundle & 2 twin matts.
never used, sacrifice
$275 can del 813-926-8507
DESK-Recep/Ofc, dk Grey
$250. Also steel case
desk $125. Both good
cond. 813-254-6161
DINETTE $450 Brand New,
Hand Carved,Solid Oak,
w/leaf, & 6 Chairs. In
Boxes, can Delv. FW Fur-
niture Inc 813-643-1388
DINING $950
All cherry Queen Anne
style. Never used, still in
box. Must Sacrifice! Can
deliver. 813-251-3134
DINING Rm set, Broyhill
Burlwood Oriental table
& 6 chrs painted China
cab. Viewing Sat 10-4
$700 obo 813-920-1900
Dining Room Set, sits 4
w/leaf, Country style
w/china hutch medium
color wood. $400/obo
813-653-9382; 927-6492
DINING TABLE, Robb &
Stuckey, Marble beau-
tiful condition. $900.
Entertainment unit,con-
temporary, fits 27" TV.
$300. Call 813-254-1766
Entertainment Ctr
All wood, cherry finish,
lighted w/beveled glass
doors, accommodates
up to 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
USED, sell for $1650. Can
deliver. 813-293-1743
FUTON
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
Hotel Room Furniture for
Sale: Everything in
rooms avail. $100/room
No delivery. Ramada Inn
Temple Terrace.
Kids Bedroom Set 5-pc,
white wood, good cond
$980. 3-pc LRset, good
cond., $800. Baby crib,
$100.813-258-3017
LIVING ROOM,
DINING ROOM
BEDROOM & 'Miscella-
neous Furniture. Call for
details. 813-404-5642
LOVE SEAT & CHAIR,
Italian Ithr, tan drk
cherry wd frame $450.
L-shaped bar w/
lightening & raised
level/glassware, brass
ft rail, bottle storage
3 stools, incl. $500.
702-205-7599 any ime,
813-884-8565 aft 9p
MATTRESS (1-2PC)
Extra thick Qn Ortho P(/T
set, new still in plastic,
retail $1195, sacrifice
$250. Can deliver.
813-926-8507
MATTRESS
A All New Queen Set $125.
Queen Pillowtop Set
$150. New King Set $180.
Still In Plastic. Can Del.

813-380-6021
MOVING Sale-all furn. in
home for sale incl glid-
er, DR hutch, BD set pics
& more. Gar Sale 9/25 &
10/2.813-949-1998.
POOL TABLE 4x8 Italian
1" Slate, lifetime warr .
Decorative pockets &
legs New in crate access
$1450 *813-657-8449
Sofa $625 Set
New 3pc sets from $625
Uphol, Leather&M-Fiber
Can Deliver 813-643-1388
SOFA, Big sectional, 23', 3
pcs w/cstm throw
pillows, Tan pattern,
very good cond. $500.
813-657-9727
CLASSIFIED WORKS


1410 Furniture |
SOFA Ethan Allen sleeper
sofa & loveseat, w/pro-
fessional slip covers, sm
rose/flower pattern.
$650 obo. 813-685-0933
Sofa & Love Seat,
Bernhardt Cream fabric
with beautiful mahogany
base. New $6000.
Sacrifice $1200.
Sharon 813-263-3359
Sofa& Loveseat-$269.00
4pc Bedroom Set-$289.00
Full Mattress & Box
$169.00
Queen Top Matt. & Box
GE Washer& Dryer
$295.00
Refrigerator (Nice)
$239.00
Stove $169.00
Seeat:
B&B Outlet
Plant City
Phone 813-75-8864
SOFA & LOVESEAT, all
LEATHER, beautiful
Bassett, 2 mos new, w/
warr Worth $2800, Sell
$149b.727-725-2708
SofaSectional-
3 peice, recliners & pull
out bed, light in color
$500 obo 813-249-2424
TABLESd 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
WALL UNIT solid wood
Lt Oak, Twin lighted
glass towers, holds up
to 40"TV, 93"x24",
$1,000 813-684-0060.
WICKER SALE. Unique
Wicker & Rattan Furni-
ture. All WeatherWicker
Patio Sets/ Acces. &
Gifts. Forever Wicker
813-948-4802
Wine Cellar/ Cabinet,
625+ bottles, custom,
free standing,
Birchwood, double door
cabinet w/ cedar
rackings. Breezeaire
WK2200 single temp
cooling unit. Double
insulation, suitable for
use in garage or storage
area. 6'x7'x3'.
Replacement costs
$4500. Asking $2500.
813-964-8329
MUST SELL! House full of
custom made furn. all
frm Europe. Complete
formal DR set, bkfast DR
set area. LRset,2 coml.
Kg sz bdrm sets, coffee
tbi set, marble pedestal
Bombayrb chest
w/marble, console
w/mirror, rugs &
access. Appt only. New
Tpa, 813-971-4051
Moving out of country.
Must sell entire contents
of huge Mansion & Guest
House in Brandon.
Includes 3 awesome
Bedroom Suites. Formal
Dining Room, Livin
Room, Office + s
Tiffany-style Lamps, 2
Bronzes, exquisite
Marble-top Bombay.
$26,500. All in good
condition. Will separate.
Call 813-684-6345
GORGEOUS MAHOGANY
off. desk w/drawers,
keybrd space, hutch,
cabinets, recl. leather
chair. $860.2 twin beds,
box springs & mattress-
es $200! Like new.
(813)866-0506
1A Furniture
414 Wanted
Used furniture and appli-
ances wanted. Good
cond pref. Consignment
also avail. Please call
Tom 813-731-4736
1416 Appliances I
Appliances-Absolute
Lowest $ Guaranteed.
Delivery. Woody's
Appliances, $74.50, up.
7604 Broadway626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
APPLIANCES BEST PRIC-
ES IN TOWN! Large se-
lection of washers, dry-
ers, stoves & refrigera-
tors. $79.50 & up; War-
ranty & delivery in flim-
its. Don't gamble, know
your dealer! 45yrs exp!
604 Broadway626-7787
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
Mom & Pops Applianc-
es, $75 & up, W/D, Stove
& Refr. 10014 30th St.
Free Delivery
813-632-9620; 335-5788
Stove, Gas, Kenmore,
Ultrabake, Bisque,
brand new $400. Also
Kenmore Refrig, Bisque,
22 cu ft, sidexside
ice/water, brand new
$500.863-661-5788
Check Out Cars/Trucks in
today Classified section!











1416 Appliances I
VACUUM RAINBOW SE
with attachments, very
clean, excellent cond,
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 Kenmore,
Large capacity, all cy-
cles. Excellent
Condition, 1-yr wrrty.
$250 both 813-915-1277

WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
Don 813-300-6714
1417 Telephones/


WE BUY
Cell phonesold,new,No-
kiaMotorola etc We buy
them all 813.933.5008

418 Conditioners

A/C New in Box
Complete systems
installed 2 ton $1695;
* 21/2 ton $1795-* 3 ton
$1895; *2 ton $1995;
* 4 ton $2095; 5 ton
$2195. 5 yrs warr on all
parts. Used Ac's avail 21
yrs exp. State cert. Lic#
CAC057499 Call Mike:
813-235-3991
AC'S NEW IN BOX!
5-10yrs. factory warr.
Homes & MobileHomes.
Example: Mobile hms. 2-
ton $795;2/2-ton $845-
3-ton $895,3 V 1/2-ton $975
4-ton $1,065. Can install.
Lic.#RM0031291. Free
del. Cr. Cards ok! Sonia
or Ron: (727) 505-8738
A/C & HEAT PUMP Sys-
tems. New In Box with 5
& lOyr factory warrty @
wholesale prices. 2 ton
$787,3ton $887, 4ton
994. Installkits avail, or
Professional install.
ree Del. Li# CAC057914
727-243-4493
352-302-2879
A/C's ALL New in Box All 5
y.r Factory Warranty, All
Homes, Sizes: Example
Mobile Homes, 2-ton
$790, 2-ton t840,
S3-ton $890, 31/z-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 Install. 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

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 TalkTo Us!
Best Prices In Tampa Bay
WeBuy 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
ORGAN, Harmon, 2 rows
of keys 3 rows of but-
tons, 1 pedals, bench,
sheet music. $1100
813-645-3011
PIANO, Modern console
style, med. Oak, $750
firm. 813-759-1353

PIANO Yamaha Baby.
Grand. Plays & sounds
great. Black, disk avail,
Must sell $6000 obo
727-345-5602

PIANOS, RENT OR BUY.
$25/mo Lowst rates in FL!
BECKER PIANO 837-3632

Violin 4/4, Tryolian, over
100 yrs old. Excellent
condition. Prof. Instru-
ment. Case, bow. $6500.
813-641-2513
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
WEED out your old lawn
mower with an ad in
class 460!


S Radio, TV,&
1424 Stereo
FREE 4- ROOM DIRECTTV
SYSTEM includes instal-
lation! 4 MO. FREE pro-
gramming w/NFL Sun-
ay Ticket subscription.
Over 205 channels! Lim-
ited time offer. S & H. Re-
strictions Apply
(866)500-4056.
FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
SYSTEM, Including
Standard Installation! 4
Months Free Progam-
ming. Total Choice Pre-
mier with Local Chan-
nels. Over 205 Channels!
With Subscription to
NFL Sunday Ticket, $360
Value! Cal 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
R FREE T
813-748-8854
HI-DEF SAMSUNG TV 27"
model TXM279HF. Paid
$800 1-1/2 yr ago. Sell
for $300. Brilliant pic-
ture, all channels. (813)
968-1557 (813) 968-1557
TV'S VCR'S STEREO'S
CD & DVD Players
**$29.99 **
Sam's Pawn 813-932-7999
1505 W. Busch Blvd.
Do you have good news to
share with thousands
and thousands of peo-
ple? Place a Happy ad in
classified!
WANTED Purchasing New
& Used DishNetwork
and DircTV Satellite Re-
ceivers. Have your mod-
el # available. Paying
Cash CalI
1-800-377-7153
I WANT TO BUY any high
end electronics; Bose,
Klitsch, Macintosh,
Krell, any manufacturer
Cash.727-643-6661
Medical
4281 Equip.

ABSOLUTELY NO cost to
you. New power wheel-
chairs, scooters and dia-
betic supplies. Call us
toll free 1-800-843-9199
Day / night to see if you
qualify
Ace Motorchairs
Beds, Pwr & Man Chairs
Lifts, and Much More!
You May Qualify at
NO COST TO YOU!
813-269-8049
MEDICARE/MCAID/INS
ADJUSTABLE BEDS by
Simmons & Flexabed at
$$BIG DISCOUNTS $$
Scooters lift chairs
& a largeOWROOM
of home medical equip.
Active Medical 335-2159
Elec Hospital Bed w/pres-
sure guard programma-
ble mattress for auto
turning. $1100. After
6pm 863-993-3861
It's A Buyers' Market........
.........and Classified is the
BUYER'S MARKETPLACE!
Electric Wheel Chair,
PRIDE JET III, New in
2002, Red, perfect
condition. $2,000 OBO.
813-994-5552 907-7281
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:
WCS1-800-288-9214ext.
2341
Handicap 3 whl scooter
$150. Pwr Scooter &
Wheelchairs, some are
new. Less than half
price. New elec. hosp.
bed $275. 813-237-3229
LEVITRA VIAGRA Muscle
Relaxer!!! Order Online:
Pricebusterrx.com or
1-888-773-6230 FDA ap-
proved drug Soma, Tra-
madol, Carisoprodol,
Fioricet, Viagra, Levitra
and more!!! US licensed
Physicians / Pharma-
cist. Overnight Shipping
including Saturday De-
livery.
MEDICARE DIABETICS -
FREE METER!!! No cost
Diabetes Supplies. DIA-
BETIC SHOES. No Costto
You!!! Join Diabetes
Care Club. FREE Mem-
bership. FREE Delivery.
1-800-316-6391 .Call
NOW!
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
SCOOTER 3 wheel Rascal
with electric lift. Used
one hour since new. Es-
tate sale $3,800. (813)
645-9392
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


430 Office Equip.
4 | & Furniture
Bookcases, Chairs,
Desks, Files, Conf Ta-
bles, Copiers. New,
Used, Scratch & Dent
635.9255 / 5414 N 56th
Chairs! Chairs! Chairs!
Over 500 used chairs in
stock. Multi functional
mid bck chair $59 much
more! EOF 813-877-9317
Executive desk sets (3),
30 new Dell computers
top of the line ComDial
phone system.
813-909-2207
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


lines 10 phones, bik,
$2000 installed; also
arger system, w/vmail.
Cal 813-220-8671
Telemarket Workstations
$99. 24x48 w/48" glass
wings. Powered panels.
Cal Chuck 966-1072
5203 S. Lois Ave. Tpa
WORKSTATIONS (50),
Hayworth,8x8,1 fliper,
shelf, corner wor sur-
face, grey in color, $550.
Delive &set up avail-
able. WE Buy Worksta-
tions. (727) 647-2170
i1 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
Re 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
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
Motherboards 15.00
PI1 Computers i65.00
Pil Computers $100.00
Laptops $125.00
100's of Parts & Systems
** 8-4:30M-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
GREAT deal on a fabulous
computer! For $299 you
will get a Gateway E-
3400 PC, P3 1gig Proces-
sor, 196 RAM, 20gig
HardDrive, CD Burner, &
17" Flat CRT Monitor.
Call Lan-Sharks.com
Computer Services to
place your order today
813-948-8848




Laptop, Below Whole$ale
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 50 W.
Busch Blvd 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
1432j|Commercial

CERAMIC comm'l eguip, 3
1g used kilns, 500-gal
slip tanks w/motor,
sanding mach, bonsai
pot mords & greenware,
813-996-5012M-F, 9-5


i4 Commercial
432 Equipment

LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT,
Lndry mat renovating
need to liquidate all
equipment. Coin Op.
W/D727-505-8009
LINOTYPE Model 14 & an-
cillaries. (863)453-2669
for details. Reasonable
offers only
REFRIGERATORS, 5 S.S.
True brand, 7 S.S. tables,
3 sinks, 3 freezers, 2
prep tables, 3 fryers, 2
toasters, 2 grills, 2 beer
coolers, bait tank 2x8,
ice mach. Pinicle scrn's/
printers. 941-447-8376
Trash Pump, 3", 5HP, 300
GPM w/hoses, Gorman
Rupp/Robin, $785, 1
year warr 813-982-9335
or 813-417-3087
I Restaurant/
434 Hotel Equip

BUDGET EQUIPMENT
RESTAURANT EQUIP.
NEW & USED-BUY& SELL
15510 N. Nebraska
M-Sat. 813-978-8085
GRILLS, Walk-In Coolers.
Pizza Ovens. Mreri,.
Hoods, Fryers Call
727-581-9293

For Results
Classified Ads
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
Wine Cellar/ Cabinet,
625+ bottles, custom,
free standing,
Birchwood, double door
cabinet w/ cedar
rackings. Breezeaire
WK2200 single temp
cooling unit. Double
insulation, suitable for
use in garage or storage
area. 6'x7'x3'.
Replacement costs
$4500. Asking $2500.
813-964-8329
Store
435 Fixtures-
Equipment

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

All Metals Roofing
Standing Seam, roof
pkg, Galvalume-Plus,
Snap-Lock Panels. Easy
to install Visa/MC
accepted. 813-224-9060
%3 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
ood, 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
ourjprice.
Check Out Cars/Trucks in
today Classified section!
CABINETS
Brand Names
KRAFTMAID, QUALITY
Wholesale Prices
Do It Yourself
Or We Design & Install
813-716-1966

FLOORING
Prefinished oak, still in
boxes, 2308sf. @ $2.25/sf.
Will split, 813-225-1298
*INSULATION*
NEW Unlimited Qty.
Discounts For Cash.
813-782-0049
LUMBER LIQUIDATORS
HARDWOOD FLOORING
from .99 cents Sq. FL Ex-
otics, Oak bamboo, ore-
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 Roofing & Siding
26ga-36" coverage as
lowas$1.40/ft.ciofflori-
da.com Corrugated In-
dustries 800-545-4580
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* *


440I Builder's
440 Supplies
Plywood, 1/4", 2'x8', $3
per sheet. 1,000 45'
Cedar Telephone Poles,
$100 ea. Also 4'x9' hard
plastic & galv. 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 .891/sf. Carpet
reins 29C/sf. 874-8080
Need Entry or Patio
Doors? Ican help!
Wood, steel or-fiberglass.
Prices $100 and up.
Call 813-643-2431
441 Patio & Deck
441 Supplies

BRICK PAVERS
50 cents ea, Many colors
Do ltYourselflInfo
Paver Sealant Available
(813)968-6150 Sun Pavers
www.sunpavers.com

I Sheds &
444 Carport





24>24:..9 $9.500
24x30 9 11,800
Both are enclosed
Concrete slabs, 36" door
& 2 7x8 garage doors inst
Other sizes avail
813-788-3501 713-2333
www.jobobs.com
CERTIFIED STEEL BUILD-
INGS. For any use, Of-
fice/ Warehouse,
Shop/Garage, Arena/
Barn, Hangars. Ship to
your jobsite, E-Z Build
Your Own.
52x70=$13,676,
42x42=$7995, (800)
993-4660, www.univeral
steel.com
Picture your home in clas-
sified w/an ad on the Buy-
er's Choice photo page
METAL ROOFING: ALL
TYPES. Discount Pric-
ing! Buy Direct from
Manufacturer. Special-
izing in Commercial &
Residential Twenty (20)
colors with all accesso-
ries in stock. Quick turn-
around Save$$$ Call Toll
Free. 1-888-393- 0335.
SAFE ROOMS. The Safest
Buildings. This time
build it light. Build a
Dome A Dome is the
Safest, Strongest and
most energy efficient
Building! www.domein-
corporated.com DOMES
Since 1982 1-888-DOME-
INC
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 1- (800)
392-7817
All Steel Buildings. DIRT
CHEAP clearance sale!
All Sizes and Models.
Nationwide Manufac-
turing and Distributiom.
Call N OW for availabili-
ty! 1-888-224-2022.
STEEL BUILDINGS: 5 Only
25x30, 2 30x40,
45x80 50x100 80x150
Will Sell for Balance
Owed/Free 50x150, De-
livery 1-800-211-9594
Ext. 77.
SHED DISPLAY SALE
Heartland Industries
10x10 $999 More. As Is,
Where-Is. Cash & Carry.
813-876-4900 M-F
CLASSIFIED WORKS
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
installed; 18x21 Build-
ings from $2,375;
Calfor More sizes
813-299-3798*681-5468
*in Machinery&
44 | Heavy Equip.

1994 LULL 644 FORKLIFT
w/trailer; and
1998 MAYCO concrete
Pump. $30,000
(863) 299-8875
FORKLIFT BLOWOUT
SALE Our new models
are arriving. Must move
100 UNITS out of our
rental fleet to make
room. Must make room
in the fleet! Call Ringlift
for a SUPER DEAL!
813-620-1337
Forklift-Tampa Forklift
since 1974. Parts Svc.,
Rentals, NewUsed
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
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.
GENERAL GUARDIAN
Automatic Home Standby
Generator Systems
Starting at $2,499.00
Call: 813-681-8873
GENERATORBrand new,
Campbell Hausfeld,
5000 watts continuous,
6000 surge gas, $1000.
813-969-4145
GENERATOR GENERAL
5500 watt, like new.
$1,000
(352)588-2416
or(813)546-6403


I 1Machinery &
Heavy Equip.
GENERATOR Kohler 5000
Very good condition.
$600 OBO
813-831-9182

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, 100kW, 800kW,
2000kW. All in weather
prot. enclosures. Set to
desired voltage. All
units have 1yr warr. Call
for prices: 813-985-2642
NEW HYDROTEK Pro
Press Cleaner 20hp 4000
psi Kohler heat 250 on
6000# axle 5x8 trr. +
extras. (941) 355-0564
Pressure Washing Trailer
w/Pressure Washer.
Honda 13hp engine,
$1500
813-477-5110 933-2444
WELDERS, Lincoln Ideal
SArc, 250 Amp AC/DC &
Miler MIG Welder, stor-
age van bodies 8'x8'x16'
Vertical Mills.
813-230-5637 685-0341
WHOLE TREE
CHIPPER-Morbark
Model 2400-J.D. Diesel,
autofeed, 688 hrs, xtra
parts. $32,000.
504-467-6336, xt 10 Iv
message

450 Goods

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

Frost Cutlery Knives
Tactical Practical
Ultra Low Prices Ultra
Great X-mass Gifts
Free 888-838-1985. Ext. 0

GOLF CLUB Tailor made
quad R7, reg snaft 9.5
loft. $350 81-754-7715

GUN COLLECTION
Call 813-205-2189
after7pm
GUN SHOW
Orland .Fa.rounds
SAT 9-5 SUN 10-5
FREE PARKING
floridagunshows.com

GUNS WANTED
Buy &sell
Colt Python 357 nic. $850.
Browning Bar 3006
scope $899.
Rem. 270 scope $600.
813-992-0598 or
727-822-5325 Ken
HUNT CLUB Green Top
2015 acres, southern
zone. Membership $650
Dublin, GA
404-433-7342 U
HUNTER'S WANTED for
MONSTER DEER in West-
ern KY on priv. Farms.
Meals & lodging incl.
Jim Baker (606)226-2260
NEW GUN SALES
9mm $120
45$159.99 38Sp1$199
Home Def Shotgun$200
Sam's813-931-8498 Tmpa
Crown 788-2520 Z'hills
POKER TABLE, Solid Oak,
4 Chairs, Dining/
Poker/Storage Space,
$1800 obo.
Robertson Billiards
813-229-2778

POOL TABLE $1150
A Professional Series 4X8
Table with 1" Italian
slate, Ithr pockets,
carved legs. New, still in
box. Can deliver &set up
813-926-8507

POOL TABLE $1450.
4x8 all solid wood
Professional series, 1"
Italian slate, Leather
pockets, decorative
legs top quality felt, K66
Rails,, w/access,
lifetime warranty, still in
crate, can deliver & set
up. 813-657-8449
POOL TABLE 8' PROFES-
SIONAL, 1" Italian slate
leather pockets, K66
speedrai, custom NFL
Bucs felt, never used.
Can deliver. Cost $5K.
Sacrifice $1,250. Call:
I* 813-273-8177C

POOL TABLE
Coin operated, excellent
condition, $900.
813-886-1121:996-1338
POOL TABLE, New In Box
Slate, Choice Cloth Color
Equip Incl., S995. Buy,
Sell, Trade Used Tables.
Robertson Billiards
813-229-2778
TROPHY HUNT CLUB
Vidalia Ga. Irr. Soybean
farm, Club stands, Club-
house Elec, Water,
Sew, $2,250 813-277-6080
Winchester Mod 70 243
W/Weaver 6x $450;
REMINGTON 742 .308
W/Redfield 3x9 high
clear, wide view scope,
+ ramp sites $450 sold;
Ruger 12 Ga. O/U, 26"
$625 sold Ru er Sgle 6
813-495-8111O
When you read Classified
it's. HELLO...GOOD BUY!


45n Sporting
4 Goods

Collection of Vintage Colt
& S&W, etc. Target
mdls, most are .22 cal.,
exc. to mint condition.
352-797-0591.
LOW COST SERVICES
Network Cards $11
Power Supply $29,
Modems $15. LCS 150 W.
Busch Blvd 813.714.3515
CONCEALED WEAPONS
CLASSES
Class G & Class GRequal.
Home Protection
813-643-1370 245-2719
SC Hunting near world
renowned Saintee
Cooper! Deer, duck quail
packages and family
workshops available.
3000+ Acres planted,
water foul impound-
ments, great lodging.
Contact Brad
803-518-3706
41t Exercise
I 4 Equipment I

Baby Jog Stroller
(Twinner) with canopy,
20 inch wheels, like new
$275
813-835-0127
BODY SOLID HOME GYM
320 lb capacity. Perfect.
Paid $1800. Now $900.
813-643-0466

Nautilus Tread Climber,
top of the line, brand
new. #TC500. $1750.
813-763-0506

TREADMILL, Smooth
Fitness, compact &
cushioned, 2 months
old. Originally $1,000
Now $650.813-926-2269
14531 What's Free I
KITTENS (2) Free to good
home, cute boxed
trained. 813-764-0478

4561 Products I
FAMILY HEALTH CARE
w/Prescription Plan!
$69.95/mo: Best net-
work excellent cover-
age. No limitations, in-
cludes Dental, Vision,
Pre-existing Cond. OK!
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ext. 2347.
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weight oxygen concen-
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DIETPILLUSA.COM
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Ultra Trim Gen Xenodr
Thermo Wt Loss Energy
Ultra Low $. Toll Free
888-838-1985, Ext. 1
Power
460 Mowers

16' Dual Axle Lawn/Utili
Trailer, READY TO
WORK, $950 obo.
813-380-7094

DIXIE CHOPPERS!!
Reconditioned $2,999 and
up. Excellent cond.
813-661-9662; 299-5496
Mobile Repair Service
Toro-Scag-Exmark
Bunton-Dixie Chopper
Hydro's-Parts-Engines
Cranks& Cams 236-3363
1465 I Lawn & Grdn
FREE HORSE MANURE!
Great For Gardens!
YOU HAUL!!
Local delivery available.
813-661-1096
49 Nurseries/
4" Trees

Bamboo, Palms, Trees &
Tropical Plants.
813-264-5688
Reg #47220586
CONTAINER OAKS, 45 gal.
4"-16'$75;25gal 3"-12'
$50; LIGUSTRUM 45 5al
8' $125 813-748-864 /
986-3302 Reg #47220672
FRUITTREESALE
3 for $39 up to $85 ea
90 Varieties: Lemon-Lime
Orange-Tangerine-Fig
Pummelo-Guava-Star
Fl. Peach-Plum-Nect.
813-752-4938 #47216934
LIGUSTRUMS
Green & Variegated, in
round & potted. 5-8'
$50-$100. 659-2277

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OPEN TO PUBLIC 4703 N.
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MON-SAT 8AM-2PM
813-754-3208 OR
813-752-4240
DPI REG #04089000
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IT'S HERE TODAY....
GONETOMORROW!


SEPTEMBER 30, 2004 THE COURIER 25

1469 Nurseries | 480 | Dogs
469 Trees English Bulldog Pups,
TREES TREES TREES AKC health cert, M &F,
CRAPE MYRTLES all col- wrinly & chubby, read
ors, 12' to 20' Field 10/15, taking deposit,
Grown, 500 trees to $1200-Up.813-969-1799
choose from #47235183 ENGLISH BULLDOG pups
Call 813-431-9479 AKC, gorgeous & lots of
14801 Dogs 813-681-5023
Afghan To Yorkies
Afgn To ENGLISH BULLDOGS You
All Puppies Inc have to see these pups!
4323 W. Kennedy Blvd. AKC Westminster Hall
Puppies, access & food. of Fame bloodline. 4 fe-
Black Lab Special males, 2 males red,
AKC, 4mo, shots, $500. brindle & white & dark
15% off supply. w/coupon. brindle & white. Ready
81n8-49 October. $1800 w/$500
I 813-288-4929V deposit. 813-655-4610
a Lic#PO356763 www.angelsenglish
AUSTRAILIAN SHEPARD bulldogs.com
PUPPIES- AKC, ASCA, ENGLISH MASTIFF, fawn
NSDR reg. www.heaven & apricot puppies.
sentaussies.com. Health cert, AKC,
863-206-4081 $800/ea
AUSTRALIAN Cattle Dog 727-856-6648
puppies M&F, red/blue, ENGLISH SPRINGER
parents on prem. work- SPANIEL puppies. B/W
mg stock. all shots, HC. champion background.
$200 (863) 285-9969 health cert. Ready now.
Ocala area.
AUSTRALIAN Shepherd 352-528-9505.$600
Puppies, NSDRA Regis-
tered,7 males, female, German Schutzhund
8 weeks on 9/04. training equipment,
813-967-5756 scratch pants, sleeves,
etc. Serious inquiries
BASSET HOUNDS x2 5 only.813-355-7277
mo. old Males need a
home. Incl, pillow, etc. GERMAN SHEPHERD
Will separate.$250ea PUPS, AKC 4M/2F
813-657-1441 health certs, bk & tan or
solid blk. $400-$600.
BEAGLE PUPPIES, 8 wks 813-629-5502
old, hlth certs, DNA
profile, AKC reg. GERMAN SHEPHERD
Call 863-96T-5610 pups, AKC regi, Black &
863-289-0124 Tan, ready 10/5. $375
Now taking deposits
BEAGLE PUPS, AKC tri- Call 813-477-8171
color, small size quality
litter $350-$315 also GERMAN SHEPHERD,
adult AKC females $300 AKC Bi Boned Pups/
813-293-8889 685-2175. Adults, Rich Colors &
Blacks, family oriented.
BichonFrise 8 & 10 weeks. $650 & up (941)809-6242
Non-shedding, ador-
able, w/papers & health GREAT DANE Puppies,
certs. Females $550 from pvt breeder, Iown
males $450 352-726-9570 both parents, AKC
Health certs,' blks/
Bishon Frise, AKC reg., harle./meris/mantles.
white, 12 wks old, all You must see these big
shots, allpapers, $650, beautiful pups w/ great
813-866-7080 personalities. Starting
BORDERCOLLIE PUPPIES, $650813-267-5858
AKC, Dad is champion, GREAT DANE puppies 2
all shots & wormed. merle males AKC born
Beautiful stockyrough 3/31/04, vet chkd all
coats. (352)628-0048 shots. $500 (863) 859-
BOSTON TERRIER Pups 4508 lowacres@aol.com
Registered, born 8/23,3 HAVANESE AKC, Males,
males, will be ready Health Certificates,
10/23. Vet v all shots. o0wks. New bloodline
$550813-792-1535 from Hungary, $1,500
BOSTON TERRIER PUPS Firm. (813) 72-6570
Brindle Bwks Shots Vet ITALIAN GREYHOUND
Ck M $500 (813) Puppies, M-F 8wks,
263-8390 great colors, $500to$700.
813-986-0600.
Boxer Puppies, AKC reg., P04067880
1 wht male, 1 wht fe- LAB 3/4 Mix Pups, Ador-
male, 1st shots, de- able, 1st & 2nd shots,
wormed health cert. wormed, bk, male & fe-
From $350.813-817-5342 male $60,813-982-0836;
BOXER PUPS, AKC, fawn, 813-716-2223
weeks, 2 males,$500& LAB, Golden Free to
$650, health cert, GOOD home Female 10
parents on premises, yrsold, CallJeff
813-884-8557 --7
BOXER PUPS/AKC flashy 813-598-7860
fawn and brindle with LAB Puppies AKC, choco-
white socks. ready for late, yellow, parents on
delivery. 8 males, 1 fe- site, lockheads, cham-
male. $500 (813) pio pedigree, $400-
918-1519 $500.352-266-954
Bull Mastiff Puppies LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
Brindles, fawn & red, big wormed, vet cert. Block
heads, shots, health head, champ. bkgrd.
certs. Ready 9/29. Pedigrees. Parents/
$1200.813-948-0362 grandparents on site.
BULL TERRIERS, AKC, $400-500352-307-0772
Adults & puppies Males LAB PUPS, AKC, yellow &
& females. Also stud blk, blockhead, vet
service available, checked ready 10/15,
352-544-2606 813-994-0281; 469-0284
Chesapeake Bay Retpups
champ parents, w/cert LABS 8 chocolate AKC
hips & eyes, show quai- Patriotic Pups born July
ty, field or companion. 4th, champion blood-
$700 352-799-1752 line, shots wormed, vet
Chihauhau, AKC, health ckd $500 (863) 967-3852
cert., 8 wks, males & fe$ Maltese, 10 weeks old
males, orgeous, $400- AKC, champion blood
5508613-534-1796 days, lines, health certificate,
863-533-1485after7pm Pop. $700 cash only.
CHIHUAHUA 2 Males, 863-402-0249Sebring
born 7/14/04. MALTESE-20 Years Exp
$300 each. Vet checked. Email betsat@acun.com
Call(813)839-5226 Yorkies also both
CHIHUAHUA Puppies, breeds 941-322-9563
Gorgeous Fawn Males, CASH Please
AKC Registered, MASTIFF & DANE PUPS,
1st Shots Ready Now! 75%Mastiff,25% Danes.
$375, 813-546-0513 Big beautiful pups. Born
CHINESE CRESTED AKC 7/21. Vet checked. $300
show dogs, serious 352-597-0523
minded only some fin- OLDE English Buildoggies
ished champs. (863) 9 wks, 1st shots, great
665-3716/863-606-9544 family pets. $600 & up.
Cocker Spaniel puppies(, 863)853-1257
8wks old, 3fern, 1 male, (863) 255-5525
reg, health cert and Poodle pups,AKC,very Ig
second shots. $400. standard white & apn-
813-889-7332 cot, vet chk'd. 1 female
CORGI PUPS, AKC, tri- 4 males. $600.06
color black, 8 mos old, 813-996-1285
shots, house broken, POODLE PUPS, Standard,
reciousM-$600 F-93$80 Fabulous, AKC- Champi-
813-909-0019 3601-3934 on Bred, vet tested
DACHSHUND Mini's, AKC shots, wormed. $800/
reg. shots, hith cert. up. 504-897-2334
started crate training POODLES. Very tiny toys,
$400-$500,727-488-3669 tea-cups, sleep in shoe.
Colors. AKC. M&F. $450
DACHSHUNDS-MINIA- & up. Equal. Home raised,
TURE. ACA reg. 3 male, 2 parents 863-427-0025
blk, i blk/brown. $350.1
brownish/red girl. $400. puppies 4 Sa
All short haired. Can rUppie Sale
contact at 813-657-4213 Park Ave. Puppy
813-662-2592
DOBERMAN Pincher Lic# P4062440
Puppies, AKC. European -
breeding.352-243-9122 RAT TERRIER PUPS, UKCI
Family raised. See
pictures: www.mccartys
English Bull dog Pups, 3 $350 352-591-2271
male, fwn/brdl3
red/brdl. AKC health Red Nose Pitbull Puppies
cert, ready 10/17.$1800. Red/White & Tan/White
813-659-4311/743-8709 6 Weeks Old. 1F &4M
Gorgeous! $300 Taking
CLASSIFIED Deposits. 813-239-7801
IS INFORMATIVE







26 THE COURIER SEPTEMBER 30, 2004


14801 Dogs I
ROTTWEILER Male, 1 yr
old, W/large cage, up to
date on all sho AKC,
$400;
813-962-1097
Get in tune w/Classified's
selection of musical in-
struments in Class 420
ROTTWEILER PUPS AKC
German line, home
raised, fat teddy bears
Ready $500-$600
813-293-8889* 685-2175.
SCHIPPERKE PUPPIES
l-M, 3-F, 8 wks old, full
pedigree, shots, worming
good hlth cert. comply.
$350. 813-376-1579 for
appt. Parents are avail.
to be seen, have exc.
temperament
Schnauzers, GORGEOUS
Parti colored babies. ALL
TOYS, tails, dew claws,
hith cert. 10 Wks old.
Paper trnd. Look at
other litters first, then
see these. All
prespoiled. Ready for
new Mom & Dad's.
813-949-0098

Sheltie Puppies,
8wksold,2males, sable
& white, very cute! $500.
Call 813-629-1151.
SHIH TZU PUPPIES, Male
& Female 10 weeks,
Black & White, Brown,
Brown &White, Cream &
Peach, Vet Checked, 1st
Shots, Hith Cert POP,
AKC. $500.813-986-6082
SIBERIAN HUSKY 9 mos
old, lovable female, blue
eyes. With papers. $350
813-907-3204

TERRIER PUPS AKC
Cairns, Scotties, Yorkies
See pictures: www.
mccartysterriers.com
352-591-2271
TOY POODLES AKC reg,
3 males, 1 female, Apri-
cot & Red parents on
prem. Mates $400, fe-
males$450813-973-4461
WEST HIGHLAND TERRI-
ERS. Energetic AKC
pups. Health Certifi-
cates $450-$500.
813-855-5213 evenings.
WEST SCOTS PUPPIES
Small, white, 4 males, 8
wks old, vet checked.
$300. Parents on prem-
ises. 813-659-9337


1480 1 Dogs I
WHEATEN TERRIER pups
soft coated M & F, family
raised, well socialized.
Outgoing fun loving per-
sonality. Very smart.
Non shedding hypo al-
lergenic, vet chkd. $1200
(863) 318-8991
YORKIE PUPPIES
AKC reg, champion blood,
1st shots, small, 4 fe-
males $800 cash only.
813-885-4136
Yorkies-7/19, Blue/Gold,
little angels teddy bears
have shots, certs. Info at:
www.dailingfordollars.
com $700 813-653-2797
YORKIES WOW Ador-
able Pups! AKC/health
cert. $700 & UP
352-793-1551
1481 | Cats I
HAVANA Brown Kittens,
Rare. I-M,2-F, 51/2 mos
old. CFA reg. Papers
available. $650.
S 941-284-0829
HIMALAYAN kittens CFA,
8 wks-4 mos., very lov-
able companions. $250-
S350 (863) 421-4326 or
(863) 242-0374
KITTENS (2) Free to good
home, cute boxed
trained. 813-764-0478

I Kittens & CatsY
Free to good home. Spay-
ed, neutered, some vac-
cines (813) 963-6612
KITTENS, FREE TO GOOD
HOME. Some part
Siamese, 8 weeks old.
Call (813)788-9833
14821 Birds
AFRICAN GREY CONGO
13 months old, hand fed,
very tame,
w/large cage
$800 *813-915-1468
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.
KING PARROTS Austra-
lian, green wing, crim-
son wing PARAKEETS
Scarlet chest, Turquo-
sen, Yellow burks
813-546-6036 985-3958


1482 Birds I
Macaw & Amazon babies.
Super sweet, beautiful,
healthy, hand raised &
weaned. $550-$650.
"(813)493-2609W
MACAW Blue & Gold,
young, hand fed, talks,
w/wrought iron cage &
T-stand exc.cond. must
sell $1060.813-930-0202
Macaws, Proven Pairs.
Greenwings $2500, B&G
$1600, Militaries $1400,
Severe $1200. Babies
available 813-661-4481
Get in tune w/Classified's
selection of musical in-
struments in Class 420
PARROT
with cage, $350.
813-684-0197
1483 1 Exotic I
BEARDED DRAGONS.
Adult breeders. Sand-
fires, Pastels & Snows.
Colorful babies $50!
813-431-3711 anytime
SUGAR GLIDERS Small
squirrel-like pets, fun to
have. 1 pair w/cage,
$150, 2 male Joeys $150
each, 1 male w/cage
$100.813-659-2025
CLASSIFIED WORKS
1498 I Estate Sales
BRIGGS Estate Sales of
Hills. Cty. 813-784-5343.
Lic #139048.
www.olibri.com
SCC St. Andrews Estate
303 Thorn Hill
, Off South Brockfield
Fri &Sat8-2
Sofa, Coffee Table Lamp
Tables, China Cabinets,
Sofa Table, Dining Rm
Table & Chairs, Buffett,
Drum Lamp Table, Di-
nette Table & Chairs,
Sleeper Sofa, TV, Bar
Stools, King Bed, Dress-
er, Nightstands, 4 pc
twm SetS ewng Ma-
chine, Extension & Step
Ladder, Gas Grill, Tools,
Household & Misc.
JOHNNY JONES
AU89 AB8S
SGarage, Yard I
"499 Sales, Etc.

ANTIOCH AREA, 4602
POST HOUSE DRIVE, off
Knights Griffin Rd &
Charro Lane, Fri- Sun
10/1-10/3, 6am-4pm.
Lots to chose from.


1 Garage, Yard
499 Sales, Etc.
LANT CITY 211 Country
Club Drive, Sat Oct 2,
8AM-2PM MOVING/
BUSINESS CLOSING
SALE Furniture, photo
folder, frames & ship-
ping envelopes, Toys,
new canvas, crafts,
computer programs,
color printer & MORE
PLANT CITY, 3908 Topre-
ca Drive, Sat Oct 2, 8am-
1pm. Household Items,
Furniture, Water Bed
Couch, Dinette Set, TV
Cabinet & CLothes
Plant City, 4082 Canary
Palm Circle (Parkwood
Estates) 92 East, Sat
10/02, 7am-12 noon.
Grill, Clothes, Misc. Can-
celled if raining.




PLANT CITY 5309 Varn
Rd, Go 39 N to Knights
Griffin Rd. go W. to Varn
Rd @ school turn right.
Sat Oct 2,, HUGE garage
sale many families,
plants, baby items, fur-
niture, toys, tools,
clothes multi sizes.
PLANT CITY 566 Oak Is-
land Circle (THE MEAD-
OWS at Country Wood)
Friday, October 1.




PLANT CITY Fri 10/1 &
Sat 10/2. 8am-? Kid's
clothes, household
items, a little of every-
thing. 4106 Drawdy Rd.
Between Trapnell &
Holloway Rd.
500-549
Farmer's Market

1510 | Farm Equip.
2002 KAWASAKI MULE
very low hrs. Mint. Cond.
Pd $6K new Will Sell
$4000 obo (813) 949-
3840 or (517) 404-8081
BOLINS 15hp diesel, 3pt
hitch P.T.O., 5ft finish
mower, $2250.
813-634-9766


1510 FarmEquip. I
Quality new and used
tractors, See on-line
inventory www.
caldwelltractor.com
f 352-620-98989

TRACTOR 8N Ford with 3
point & loader.
813-641-3487

1525 Horses & I
"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 tack trunks, 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
Free Horse if boarded
with us! Full board;
$250/mo. Horses rented
- $15/hr, $25/day Call
now 813-649-1126 www.
suncitystables.com
COWS CROSS-BRED (15),
bred & gentle, lost leaf.
$550 each. Please call
(352) 745-1645
REG. QUARTER HORSE,
9yr, 15.2H, sorrel geld-
ing, flashy, great on
trai. Bombproof. $3,500.
813-991-4448/334-5500
WELSH Pony, Mare,
13.1H, 4 Yr old Grey,
locally shown. Currently
jumps 2'. Cute mover.
$3000.352-804-7533
Big, Blonde & Beautiful,
reg. Palimino, TWH, 5 yr,
G, Needs to move to a
new loving home. Priced
$3500.813-634-2841.
CLASSIFIED
WORKS


I Horses &
525 Livestock

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
POA Reg, mare, 31/ yo,
13.1H, lounges clips &
saddles, tri rides, strong
show prospect $1800
Must sell 813-714-9497
WATERCHASE FARM
Boarding, lessons,
training, sales.
Located in Odessa.
813-340-6217
ROOSTERS (White Giant),
4'/2 mo. old, pastured
poultry, all natural feed.
$13.50 Cash each firm.
Call 813-677-1307

Holestein bull, small 21/2
yrs old. Excellent for
Breeding. $325.00.
813-641-2513
MIXED breed bull, 3 cows
& 1 calf for sale. $2500
obo. Call 813-205-7945
1527 1 Hay & Grain
Horse Quality Coastal
Hay-$39/Rolland
Cow Hay $31/Roll
Free Delivery. 10 Roll Min.
Call 352-267-3127
550-599
Recreation


560 Motor HomesI
560 .RV's

21' 2000 Rialta VW VR6
Twin beds immac, 28k
low miles, No smoke-No
Pets Won't last at
$32,900! 727-517-7058
28' 1992 Jayco
5th Wheel, Many extras,
Al condition $7500 obo.
863-699-9920
28' 1997 Allegro 35K Mi,
Oak Firs OnanGen Mini
Cond. (k2) TVs, base-
ment No Smoke/Pets
$29,560* 813-839-1692
29' 1998 Coachman-Class
C, Ford V10, 40k miles,
all accessories, music
sell! $27,800 obo.
813-996-3005
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' WINNEBAGO
Adventurer 2000, Ford
chassis, dual slides, all
extras $55,000,
813-719-3769
36' HOLIDAY RAMBLER
1994 5th Wheel, 2 slide
outs, 2 AC units, W&D
combo, many extras.
$18,500.813-649-0473
37.5' 1997 Fleetwood Avi-
an 5th wheel oak floors,
Corian counters. $27.5k
Can deliver. Like new!
229-924-5414 924-4167
38' 1998 Newmar
Mountainaire, 460 Ford
w/ Banks system, super
slide, loaded w/options,
upgraded interior EXC
COND! asking $59,000.
813-962-2526
38' 2000 Georgia Boy
Cruise Air, 16,440 Mi4dr
Ref. Icemaker, 50 Amp
Gen, Ford Chasis V10
Eng. All the Toys
$47,500 A.B. Raiford
813-961-5339
888-Bates RV Nearly 600
Airstream Jayco w
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tampa.
nIng |Campers &
562 Travel Trlrs

16'Shasta all alum.
Nice, fully equip.
813-286-0995
19' 1998 Dutchmen, excel-
lent condition micro,
stereo, ac, tow bar, aw-
ning, shower sleeps 6.
$9000.813-685-3122
24' Coachman Catalina
Lite exc cond, loaded,
Switch &jacks incl. $9800
352-567-0433
25' 1983 TERRY TAURUS
RV, by Fleetwood, clean,
good condo. stove, a/c,
heater $2500 obo.
813-630-0206
26' 2001 Coleman Pop-Up,
Exc. cond. sips 8, Heat &
Air, 3-way frig, 2 gas
stoves in/out, xtra scr
rm, $7500.727-323-3846
27' Aerolite 2004 Fiber-
glass, Itwt, used 3x,
mint, fully loaded. Can
be seen in Ruskin,
$14,600.910-200-0027
311/2 '2002 JAYCO DESIGN-
ER 5th wheel top of the
line with extras. 2 slides
very low miles. $27K
with generator $26K
without. After Sunday
call 352-583-3266
32' 1995 Premier Travel
Trailer, $8500. Call for
more information
813-926-0203

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


52 Campers &
STravel Trirs
35' 2004 Franklin TT, 2
slideouts, fiberglass, all
options can deliver.
$24,500.
Call (616)405-2005
37'5th WhilTeton Home
'95,3 slides, W/D 6 awns
rr ent. ctr. w/T, micro,
ceiling fan. Call aft 5pm
$27,000 (863)666-6040
40' 5th wheel 1998 Car-
riage, 2BR, Corian coun-
tertop, Gen., awns, exc.
cond. $40,000 Will
deliver (517) 719-5182
43' Travel Supreme '01,
T.T., 4 Slideouts, Auto
satellite W/D fully
loaded, xtras. MINT New
$80KSELL$51K obo. Will
deliver (813)949-3840 or
(517) 404-8081
NEW AND USED RV
Campers shipped
directly to you.
Discounted prices.
Contact Laury Lindsley
at 1-800-933-4386, xt 206
or www.greatoutdoors
rv.com
LI RV
563 Accessories

Class A RV Parts Inc. Your
RV Acc's parts & supply
needs. The right par the
first time. Oldsmar flea
market. 813-880-9114
564 IRecreational
564 Rental

NEW COLEMAN POPUP
Campers available for
rent. A/C, sink, stove,
frig. For reservations
cal Lynn 813-546-1827
CLASSIFIED
IS INFORMATIVE
15655 iRV Storage I
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
C'wood RV/Boat storage.
Sec pkg w/24 hr access,
bright night lighting &
wash area. From $35
813-968-4991; 505-2803
0 |Swimmins
580 Pools & Spas

HOT TUB $1185
Therapy Jets Energy effi-
cient, 110V, Warranty,
New in Crate. Free Deliv-
eryR 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, 5h p. Paid $3295.
Sell $1350.813-363-1475

Pool, Above ground, 18ft
round, 52 inch wall,
pump & filter, warranty,
lad der. Pick Up.
$750obo. 941-726-4628
Spot Advertising Works
POOL HEATERS FACTO-
RY DIRECT: Solar, Heat N
p or Gas. Complete do-
Mityourself pool heater
kits. Phone quotes, in-
stallation available in
most areas. 1
800-333-9276, ext. 501.
www.solardirect.com
Lic #CWC029795, In-
sured Dealer inquiries
welcome.
SPA, 5-person w/lounger,
therapy lets, light, never
used, full warranty.
di $1,675
9 (813)766-1571 I
SPA/HOT TUB 4-5 person
deluxe mdl, therapeutic
jets, underwater lights,
custom cabinet, full warr.
$1,650.813-230-7782
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. Must Sell.
7-Person Deluxe. Never
Used. Includes cover.
Will Deliver. Full War-
ranty. Can finance
W.A.C. Payments Under
$100 per Month. In a
Hurry.
Call 1-800-980-7727.
SPA! Overstocked! New 7
person spa-Loaded! In-
cludes cover, delivery &
warranty. $2999 was
$5999 888-397-3529.
1Saunas &
581 Tanning
Equip

TANNING BED
AMERICAN WOLFF
$300 813-966-4955

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


583 Water |
5631 Vehicles
HONDA 2002 AQUATRAC
Turbo mint cond, garage
kept, incl 5 yr warr, perf.
trlr, cover, life jacKets
gloves etc $8500
OB0813-610-4363
Jet Ski, 1997, Seadoo
Bombardier, Model GSX,
115hp, Low Hours, Exc.
Condition. $3400. Call
813-949-8753.
SEADOOS (2)
1996 GTX w/Trailer.
$5,000
813-763-0506
1993 Seadoo GTX low us-
age, exc cond. Can
demo. $1200 obo.
813-760-7158' 909-1772

KAWASAKI 1994 750ST
3 seater, newly rebuilt
engine, 99 trailer,
runs great! $2150.
813-926-6689
KAWASAKI 1996 750ST 3
seater, Trailer, Low
Hours, Excellent
Condition, $2,000
I' 813-995-93380
JET SKI 1998 Kawasaki
ZXI 1100, new engine,
dealer installed, 13Shp,
great condition. $4299
OBO863-581-3167

1584 | Boats
12 Foot John Boat incl. 2
swivel seats, 9.9 John-
son motor, 35 thrust
trowling motor & trlr.
$20000bo. 813-677-8341
14' fibergl 2 swivel seats,
trir, trooping mtr, 9.9 Chr
ysler mtr, x-cond. $1500
obo. 12' alum john boat
V hull & trir, 3HP John-
son motor, good cond.
$700 obo 813-695-7495
15ft. 04Seadoo Sportster,
Only 10 hours! Spotless
water toys, trlr $11,50s
obo. 81-689-8609 or
813-731-9467.
16' 1981 Checkmate,
Compl. redone in '02.
incl. 97 Maiic Tilt Trir,
exc. shape. Needspower.
$1,500.813-545-8907
16' Traveller CC, 50hp
Yamaha, TT, Trailer,
many extras, garage
kept. Must see $3800
813-671-1880* 245-7795
17' MAKO '80 Like new,
CC, 1999 115 Yamaha,
GPS, mtr guide trailer
many xtras. $7360. Music
see! 13-416-6163
17' SeaRay, 1996 Fish &
Ski 125HP Mercury,
trolling motor, boat
cover bimini top, ski
pole, fish seats, alum trir,
$89b0 Bell Lake Marine,
813-929-9253
18' Bennington Pontoon,
Fish Model,. 1998, 70hp
Jonson, Bimini Top,
Livewell Readvy To Go.
$4,300 obo. 727-423-7287
18.5' 1997 Rinker
Bowrider, 3L 135hp
merc cruiser, trailer exc
cond. $6500
813-818-4530
18.5' Lowe 1997 Pontoon,
Johnson 35, PTT, trailer,
Bimini, FF, Live well,
Like new, $5900.
813-681-7915, 927-5712
18.5' Sailfish 2002, cntr
console, 115 Yamaha,
bimini top, extra's.
Moving must sell!
$14,500obo. 833-1847
19'4"WELLCRAFT I/O en-
gine ttl overhauled. Exc.
cond. Inside/upholstery
all new. Trir w/cust cvr.
$4900.obo 813-265-2511
19' Stingray almost new!
Must sell. Good price.
Call: 813-985-7899 or cell
813-833-0018

20', 2001 Yamaha LS 2000
Jet Boat, super clean,
warr. to 06, 270hp, 50+
mph CD trlr, bimini,
cvr, $12,995.813-679-7283
20' JAVELIN Renegade 20
w/'03 175 Johnson w/1
yr warr. 24V tri mtr, 2 FF
1 w/GPS, hydraulic
steer, ig live wells,
hydraulic jack plate,
$15,500 neg w/in reason
Days 229-386-0610 or
Eves 229-821-0923
20'Seacraft 130HP Honda
4 stroke & electronics.
Alum drive on trir.
228,000 813-920-3736
54-658-8408
21.5' SEARAY Express
Cruiser 1996, fully
loaded, low hrs, showrm
cond. Just svcd. $18,000.
813-248-8484
22' 2000 Boston Whaler
ctr console, 200hp, ski
pylon, bimini, head,
depth finder, GPS, live
well. $32K 813-625-9238
22FT 2000 Sting Ray, 350
Fl, Merc Cruiser, V8 10.
Too much to list.
$17,500 obo
813-404-7200
23' 2000 Sea Pro, with a
225 Yamaha, w/quick-
load trailer, custom
Bimini top, Furono ps
$18,000 aob 813-348-9157
24' 2003 Bayliner, like
new, 50 hrs, loaded
-full canvas, GPS, A/C,
shore pwr, warr. to '09,
$37,900813-661-7337
24' 2004 Fishing Model
Pontoon Boat, 50H
Yamaha, No Trailer.
$9,900
Call (813)649-9160


I 584 1 Boats |
25' 1999 Sport-Craft WA
Cuddy Cabin 5.7 EFI
Bravo Drive, Low Hrs,
Stored out of water,
Loaded!! Pristine! Fish &
Pleasure. Must sell.
$26,500.813-689-6099
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
26' 1999 Bayliner, low
hours, sleeps 8, many
extras. ike new. Very
clean &well maintained.
$28,900.813-684-9124
31' 1999 SEARAY. 310
Sundancer, always prof
maint, kept under cov-
ered slip. Best on mar-
ket! $95k 813-814-4410
31' Contender 1997, 2 Ya-
maha 250 engines, Mini
Tower Outriggers,
Spray Hood, 3 axe] Trail-
er, $65,000 941-922-8145
38' 1985 Chris Craft Cata-
lina, sleeps 6 in 2 state
rms & salon. $69K obo
www.legers.us/boat
727-490-7255
BOAT TRAILER Magic
Loader Alum tri-axle ilt
trailer. Handles 28ft
boat. 2 yrs old. New
brakes. $3500.
813-649-9444/390-2342
Largest Volume Pontoon
Dealer in Florida.
Nauticstar Bay Boats.
www.donsboating.com
813-677-1300
585 Boat Slips -
585 Storage

South Bay RV & Boat
Storage Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Morris Bridge Road 4mi
N. of Cross Creek blvd.
RVs, boats autos, etc.
$35+ /mo. 813-866-5533
Carrollwood Outside
Storage! -All boats/RVs
welcome. Secure facility/
24 hr acc. Reasonable
rates. 813-505-2803
MOVE Your Ship Before
Jeanne does! Cramer
Yacht Services Insured,
Licenced, Bonded,
414-507-7661
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+ /mo. Secured Ioc'r
813-684-9171
1588 Houseboats
28' 5" Draws 10", Adven-
ture Craft, Fiberglass
Houseboat,$20,000
321-676-5072

590 Boats
590 wanted
CONSIGNMENTS NEEDED
Fishing & Pontoon boats
Customers waiting to
buy. Advantage Marine
Dade City 352-523-9646
600-649
Transportation

6, Automotive
619 Services
EXPRESS LONG DIS-
TANCE MOVING to New
York, New England, & all
states in between. Cus-
tomer rated A+. Air rid(
trucks. Free estimates &
friendly service. Reloca-
tion Specialists. (Lic
#MC299938)
1-800-941-3767.
Bay Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warrarny
Auto/ Boat/ RV
727-934-1731
TRANSMISSIONS Rebuilt
all makes and models
all work guaranteed. 15
years experience. Free
owing 813-760-0949
Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
Chevy engines, 305,350,4
bolt, small block 400. Big
block 454. Installation
avail. Free towing.
813-766-8424
Engine- Pontiac Grandam
3.3 liter, V6 good
condition $350 obo
(813) 884-7978.

Engine/Transmission-
Ford T-Bird, 3.8, V6, runs
great. Fresh valve job,
other parts available.
$800 neg. 813-997-1514.
MSD ignition, Billet dis-
tributor, blaster coil, 6A
Box, Moroso shielded
wires. $400. Call
813-982-9083
Nissan 300 ZX, engine, au-
to trans, ac, t-tops, Ithr
seats, radiator, all parts.
Various prices. Call
813-929-8950/927-6581
PONTIAC 1992 Grand Am
T, 2dr coupe, AT, over-
heated/runs but not
good. Has lots of new
stuff. $800 813-915-8098
SBC Dart I heads, crane
roller rockers, stud gir-
dle, Edelbrock intake.
$800. Call 813-982-9083
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620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z, guaranteed
work. Installation
available & everything
elese. Cal! 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

627 rs utility
i" Trailers

19' car trailer, full steel
deck, surge disc brakes,
toolbox tire rack, dove-
tail. 813-263-7310 or
352-588-4239. $1,900.
6X12 2004 HAULMARK
enclosed cargo trailer,
used once for reloca-
tion, rear ramp + side
door, new condition.
New $3100. SELL for
$2500.813-385-2938.
6x12 Hydraulic Dump
trailer. New! 2' sides,
70001b capacity, $3200
obo.813-982-2637
or 813-918-8354
7X14 2004 CARGO TRAIL-
ER Used once, all lic. &
fees paid, tandem ax-
le/brakes. $4400 obo
(813)541-1885
8x20 Heavy Duty Trailer.
Dual axles new tire,
must sell. $1,000.
813-884-2145
813-205-1080
I169 | Trucks Light|
62 Duty

CHEVY 1995 S10 V6, 5spd,
73K miles, excellent
condition. $3750.
813-672-3988

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,
l/b Aufo., 2 WD 8
Cyl.tinted, toolbox
$14,500, obo Must Sell
(813) 886-4134

CHEVY 2003 SSR
pick up black, 1700 miles.
$42,000 obo.
781-953-3255
Dodge 1997 Ram 1500
Sport, ext cab, 5.9L, new
engine, loaded metallic
green. $8,500 obo
813-884-2182
DODGE 2002 Dakota SXT
club cab, psAC,AM/FM
cass. bedeiner, alloy
whis. exc. cond. $11,800.
813-917-6649
Dodge 2002 Ram 1500
Quad Cab. 4WD, SLT
plus all options, all
black, 20" rims exc
cond. $25K 813-299-8270
FORD 1986 F150, Ext Cab,
V8, full size bed w/top-
per, ice cold AC, asking
$2,000 obo
Call727-542-6861
FORD 1995 F150 XL 4x4
Long bed, V8 Auto, (No
A/C) Asking $3,560
1 813-689-2656
Ford 1998 Ranger, Reg
Cab, 4 cyl, 91K mi, wel
Saint, new tires, brakes
shocks & bed liner. Must
see/Must sell!
$3200/obo 727-459-2861
Ford 1999 F250 Heavy
Duty Refrigerated 10 Ft
box truck Excellent
shape 813-920-6550
leave message
FORD 2000 F150 Super
Cab Lariat, Triton 5.4 V8,
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 F150, Sport
package, red, 38K mi, 5
spd, custom interior, 17"
rims, loaded, sunroof,
$14,500.813-641-7853
FORD 2002 XLT V8 Super
Cab, black, 2 tone,
preferred pkg-loaded,
bed cover. 37,000 miles,
$17,500 obo. 813-629-2272
GMC 2002 3500 17' fiber-
glass box truck w/ramp
AutO, 5.71iterV-8 cold air
73,000 miles $16,995
EXCELLENT CONDITION
(813) 477-9361
Isuzu 1993 PU,115K miles,
4 cyl., 5 speed, A/C,
bedliner, rebuilt engine,
super clean! $2200 obo
813-989-9763.
ISUZU 1996 Pick Up Truck,
76K miles, 4 cyI 5 sp
w/ Radio & Ad, $1000
813-653-1579

NISSAN 1997 5 spd, 4 cyl,
A/C, tool box, 55Kmi.
Call Tony after 2:30
Wkday; anytime Wkends.
$2,800.813-928-1414
S Trucks I
630 Heavy Duty

Chevy 1979 Scottsdale 30,
1 Ton flat bed, gd tires,
runs strong, has 35' srvc
ladder attached, good
cond. $2,000 OBO.
813-884-2145 .205-1080
FORD 1991 Super Duty, 5
speed diesel clean set-
up with 5th wheel,
goose neck. Low miles,
$5750.685-8499.


S I Trucksut -
630 Heavy Duty

FORD 1993 F350 Crewcab,
7.3L, diesel, 4x4, 225k
mi, sw, ac p, auto.
$70bo. 813-671-3684
or 813-295-7165
GMC 1976 6500 SERIES
57' High Ranger Aerial
Bucket Truck. Runs
good. $10,000.
845-226-8821
GMC 1986 1 TON good
condition, no motor.
$600 Firm.
813-677-5234
GMC 1988 Sgl Axle 12
yard dump Dbl gate 3208
cat auto 2 spd AC AB 86k
very nice clean truck
$12,900 813-713-4673
GMC 1999 C-6500 26' box,
w/lift gate, Yellow, au-
tomatic, unleaded, 102K
mi, $12,500. Call
813-818-4916
DUMPTRAILERS2&3 ax-
le, full frames, hvy land-
ing gears, can be load-
e, dropped. $15K-$28K
ea. 219-939-3000 X 1029
HIGHWAY VANS
60 Fruehaus 48'
1987 to 1990 $2750 each
Located Detroit
519-657-5633
1630A1 Buses I
VW 1971 Classic Bus,
weekender model,
RARE, hard top w/full
camper int., very good
cond. $5800 obo
813-818-9175.
4-Wheel
630B Drive

JEEP 2002 Wrangler
Sahara, 4x4, 29K mi.
mint cond. 5 spd.green,
tow Kg alloy whis, .
$19,999 O1o. 727-421-6757
You can unload your
washer with an ad in ap-
pliances, class 416.
TOYOTA 1998 TACOMA
EXT CAB, 4WD, 4 cyl,
5 speed, AC, all power,
87K mi. $9,800/obo.
352-279-4738/523-0720
16311 Vans |
CHEVY 1995 Conversion
Van, Clean, Good
condition, $5400.
813-685-7132
Chevy 2001 Conversion
Van, 34K mi, loaded, 350
V-8 engine, tv/vcr, mas-
sage seats. $20,400 obo
813-831-9724
Dodge 1992 B-350, 1 ton,
extended, 15 pass. or
cargo 92K mi., X-clean,
A/C, V8 $5300.
813/933-5658
DODGE 1994 hANDICAP
EQUIP Caravan, lift &
Hoveround elec wheelchr
w/ all attach. 82K, exc.
$4450 obo 813-634-9766

W. WEquipped


DODGE 1996 RAM 2500
conversion van, incl.
wheelchair lift & ramp,
fully loadedS7,000 obo.
Call 813-786-1400
DODGE 1996 Ram 2500
Cargo Van, New Paint,
Dash, Interior Cold AC,
Looks & Runs Exc. $4,500
OB00813-362-1457
DODGE 1998 Caravan
4cyl, 140K mi.,cold a/c.
$3606
813-621-2538
DODGE 1998 SE 104,000
mi Green Auto. Power
W/L, AM/FM/C6, Child
seats. Good cond. $4,500
(813)909-9848
Ford 1995 E150 Mark III
Coversion, blue, 91k
miles, tv, rear ac rear
sofabed. Exc Cond!
$8000.813-681-2056
FORD 2000 Windstar
Cargo Van, White,
Loaded, Alarm 55K Mi
$5,750. 813-393-6651 or
813-962-1265
HONDA 2003 ODYSSEY
22,000 mi, White Auto
2 WD, 6 Cyl $27oo,000, All
Pwr, Lthr, DVD Dual
sIdg drs. (813) 651-2333
NISSAN 1996 QUEST
106,000 mi, Gray,
$5,500
(813) 661-9604

PLYMOUTH 1999 Grand
Voyager Handicap Van,
10 lowered floor,
powered ramp, 35K mi.
727-393-6958
TOYOTA 1998 Sienna LE
White, all power AC,
airbags, keyless, CD, 97k
mi well maintained!
$6400 obo. 813-626-8353
TOYOTA 1998 Sienna XLE
All Power, AC, Airbags,
Keyless, Allows, CD,
70K MI, $11,500
813-393-62608653-0832
TOYOTA 1999 XLE Sienna,
white, loaded, all op-
tions, well maintained,
160K miles, $7,900 obo.
813-493-3209
TOYOTA 2001 SIENNA LE
49000 mi, Blue, Auto. 6
Cyl. Towinm Pkg, LE Ex-
tra Value Pkg. $17,000
(813)263-4583
Toyota 2004 Sienna LE,
leather, cd, premium
sound, loaded as XLE.
18K mi, must sell. $23K
obo 727-857-0971


16311 Vans I
WINDSTAR 2000 LX
4Door, Dual AC, Rack, 7
Passenger, New Tires,
New Trans. W/Warran-
ty 103,000 mi, $5,900
OBO (813) 671-0177
I 1 Sport Utility
uu Vehicles
CHEVY 1987 K5 Blazer
350FI1 4" lift new tires,
throttle body, dual ex-
haust $3100 neg.
813-727-8539 *655-8525
CHEVY 1988 BLAZER K5
full sz, 4x4. $2500 OBO
813-634-2142 or
941-773-0366
Chevy 2000 Suburban,
4x4 blkLT,fully loaded,
well maintained,
all records, $15,000.
Call: 813-731-3141
CHEVY 2001- BLAZER S10
LS, 2WD, 37K, black,
many extras, immacu-
late. $10,400.
813-837-5171
Chevy 2001 Tahoe LT,
4WD, tow pkg, 36K, red
met., tan leather, rear
air 3rd seat, all power,
$22,950,813-417-2038
CHEVY 2002 TRACKER
ZR2, 4 whl dr, V-6, Ithr,
28kmi, 1 owner, readyto
tow, exc cond $13,00
813-927-8061
CHEVY 2004 Tracker 4X4
only 6K mi
4dr, loa ed, 1 owner
$12,900.813.833-273b
DODGE 2000 DURANGO
49,800 mi, Burgundy
Sports Utility, Auto., 4
W., 8Cyl. $1700, Must
See, Flawless, New Tires
and Brakes (813)
571-2443
DODGE 2000 DURANGO
4X4 loaded, 51K mi.,
leather, 3rd row, rear
A/C, front/rear tow, ext.
warr. $14,900. (813)
655-6609 or 956-6244
FORD 1992 Explorer Eddie
Bauer, PL, PS, PW.
cruise, Ithr, sunrf, tilt,
low mi. 93K, Mint cond.
$3800,813-685-1049
FORD 1993 Explorer, Ithr
seats, AC, CD player, exc
cond, hwy miles oil
change reg, clean. Must
see. $2900 13-833-4647
FORD 1996 EXPLORER LE
Mint cond., 78k mi., BIk/
Tan Ithr, all power,
sunrf runningbrds, tow
pkg. $7300 813-831-8566
FORD 2001 Eddie Bauer
Expedition, fully loaded,
quad seating, exc cond,
89K mi, asking $14,000
Call'813-299-6736
FORD 2002 Expedition,
Eddie Bauer. Loaded
leather, exc cond., 52K
miles. $24,000.
813-763-0506
GMC 1994 Jimmy PS, PW,
4 door leather Interior,
Great Shape Green, Au-
to, AC, $3,500 OBO
813-857-1183
GMC 1999 Yukon SLE, 4x4,
77k miles, wo tone sil-
ver, all power. Excellent
condition. $13,850.
813-966-4810
HONDA 1999 CRV, 1 own-
er, garage kept, pwr ev-
erything,94K mi, looks&
runs great. Always
properly mainaiined.
9,200 obo 813-643-5244
Hummer 2003 H2, luxury
pkg, OnStar, towing
pkg, exc. cond., full
loaded, god miles, Firs
$39,999,813-426-5060
ISUZU 2001 RODEO 4 dr
silver, 50K mi, AC, auto,
new tires, CD player,
PW/PL. $8750 obo
813-598-3187
JEEP 1993 Cherokee New
Tires & Chrome Wheels,
$1,800
813-642-0216

JEEP 1995 Cherokee
Laredo, looks & runs
good, leather AC High
Milage. 4506
*813-650-0574
JEEP 1995 GRAND Chero-
kee Limited. 1 owner,
perfect cond, fully load-
ed w/ leather. Don't
miss this-only $6250 obo
813-630-2422:662-1447:
JEEP 1996 Grnd Cherokee
Limited 4x4, cruise, Ithr
104K mi, well maint all
new ac very clean. Must
see/Must sell!
$6200/obo 727-459-2861
JEEP 1997 Wrangler 6 cyl,
5 spd, blue, 88K mi., exc.
cond. No A/C. $7499 obo.
813-973-3596 or cell:
813-541-6160
Lincoln 2000 Navigator,
47k mi, black/tan, dual
capt's chrs, nav, clean
inside & out. $19,999
firm 813-920-1603
MERCEDES-BENZ 1998
ML320 Must See Luxury!
Garaged. MB Starmark
18k\18 months. 6 Cyl.
$15,600. OBO (813)
46-5588

CLASS ML320, SUV,
111,000 mi, White, Auto.,
Leatherint.,4WD,6CyI.,
$12,500, Must See (813)
765-5655
MERCURY 1998 Moun-
taineer V6 Ithr, remote,
keyless, AC, 83K mi,
Excellent condition.
$6900813-888-6505
Spot Advertising Works


632i Sport Utility
632 Vehicles
Nissan 2000 Pathfinder
SE 4x4, low miles,
clean, Bose CD
$14,999.
Call 813-689-4420
SUBARU 1998 LEGACY
OUTBACK 1 owner,
white, with gray interi-
or, very clean, 60K mi.
Priced below wholesale
$7500 813-754-7715
TOYOTA 1999 4Runner 4
cyl, manual all power,
tow pkg $9560 0BO. Ask
for John or Jenny
813-240-0028
TOYOTA 1999 4Runner
Limited leather, sunrf,
V6, auto, keyless, all pwr
low miles. Mint cond!
$13,900.813-690-4056
TOYOTA 2002 Highlander
Limited, 39k Hwy miles,
excellent condition,
$22,900. 813-886-1121 or
813-996-1338
r Scooters &
633 Mopeds

MITSUBISHI 1959 SILVER
PIGEON SCOOTER, Like
Cushman, 125CC, good
cond., runs well, must
sell. $1,150.
Cell 507-358-6316
|635 | Motorcycles
CMC 1997 Heritage,
96" S + S, rebuilt 10K mi
ago, $8250.
813-264-2725
Ask for Wayne
Custom Built 2004 Softail,
100 Rev Tech, Polished,
Cust. Wheels 48 Mi.
$16500 obo.
813-165-9020
HARLEY 1975 HARD TAIL,
1200cc, Ironhead
chopped $3,500 obo.
Cal? 863-528-8069 or
813-659-1347
HARLEY 1994 HERITAGE
excellent condition,
many extras Daytona
ready! $11,500 obo. Call
813-677-4854
HARLEY 2000 Ultra Clas-
sic, adultowned, gar'd &
cov'd, 18K mi, too many
extras to list. $16,900
352-288-3478402-0055
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2001
Dyna Wide Glide, 3k mi,
Screaming Eagle pipes,
ext warr alarm, Chrome
x-tras, like new, $16,500
813-909-2207
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

HD 1996 FLHR Roadking,
maroon, bulb pipes
runs great! $13 050 Call
after 7pm 813-265-8140
HONDA 1986 SEI 1200
47K mi, great cond, new
tires, $6,000, runs great,
garage kept
813-927-8061
HONDA 1991 CB750 NH
Bags/Windshld $2850
813-205-3127 Read de-
tails & see photos at
SADDLEBAGPIX.COM
HONDA 2000 CR250, Runs
and looks great.
$1,800.
Call 813-545-8907
HONDA 2001 CVR600F41,
7500 mi, many xtras incl
cover & helmet,
Silver/BIk. $5600 obo.
727-938-3610
HONDA 2002 RC51. One of
a kind! 3800 original
miles. Too much to list.
$7,500.
Call 813-545-8907
Honda 2003 XR400, Mint
cond, garage kept,
$5700 new, $4500 obo
good cond. Add'l equip
avail
813 818-9175.

HONDA 2004 CBR600RR
Perfect condition!!!
Black w/ silver detail.
Only 900 miles. Comes
w/Syr warranty. $7000
obo (813)787-7213
KAWASAKI Late '90's Go-
Cart blk, gray & wht,
5hp & '84 Dirt Bike 80cc,
red, $500 obo or trade
for scooter 813-980-0291
SUZUKI 2000 BANDIT
1200,11K mi, hard bags
corbin seat, s.s. pipes, 1
owner, garaged, mint.
$3,900.83-690-5714
SUZUKI 2002 GZ 250 Sad-
die bags, engine guard
less than 200 original
miles. $2500 OBO
813-335-0044
SUZUKI.2004 DRZ 400S,
Garaged, 210 miles,
perfect condition
$5,000 obo. 813-961-3504
or 813-949-0278
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY.
1636 j Golf Carts |
GOLF CART, Approxi-
mately 7 years old. Club
Car, seats 4, headlights,
rear view mirror, new
batteries. $2,000.
813-757-6208
CLASSIFIED
IS ACCESSIBLE


1636 | Golf Carts |

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Char ers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
16371ATVs I
RAIL DUNE BUGGY
Lots of fun, runs great,
VW engine, road ready.
Asking $2100.
813-659-2025
1 250 Big Red Honda. 1
owner, reverse gear,
excellent condition,
runs perfect. $2,500.
813-752-5032 *716-4737
1 Vehicles
640 Wanted

CASH PAID
For Cars Running or Not!
We'll come pick 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
WE BUY CARS, trucks,
tow trucks, boats, RVs.
CASH TODAY! Any cond!
Free removal. Top $$
Call 813-963-5508 ASAP
Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
CHEVY 1964 Impala SS,
327 ci 300 hp, 4 speed
transmission, power
brakes & steering,
$10,000.813-933-0944.
FORD 1929 Model "A"
3 Window FORDOR
Newly rebuilt engine.
Great Shape $9,850
Call 813-689-4492
Advertise in Classified
IT'S HERE TODAY....
GONE TOMORROW!
FORD 1940 2 door Sedan
engine out, rolling body
& chassis, no rust. This
classic is restorable!
$6000 obo. 813-690-7807
FORD 1964.5 MUSTANG,
6-cyl, White, auto,
restorable. $6000.
813-789-6557

FORD 1965 Mustang cou-
pe, 6 cyl, auto new blue
paint w/new blue/ wht
Intr many new parts,
$6060 obo 813-681-9716
MERCEDES 1981 380SL,
Both tops, better than
exc shape, new timing
chain, CD red w/tan int.
$12,000 813-478-0816
VW 1966 BUS- SPLIT
WINDSHIELD DELUXE.
Body rough,, not running
but mechanically sound.
$500 813-416-3031.
WANTED: JAGUAR XKE/
XK Healey/ MGT/TR3/
MGA. Any condition.
Cash buyer will pick up.
(407) 620-6295
648 Station
648 Wagons

FORD 2001 FOCUS
Wagon, 30K mi, warr,
exc cond, non-smoking,
cloth int, auto $7500.
727-771-1079 PImHbr
6 I Automobiles I
S| For Sale
ACURA 1997 3.5 RL
75K miles, white, load-
ed, 6-disc CD, sunroof,
leather, non-smoker.
$10,500.813-956-5550
ACURA 2002 RSX Type S
Met. pnt dk grey, OEM
upgrades, slrfog
lghts, 8k $ $ 5,995.
Details* 813-335-1596
Turn to Classified you
can Bank on our Bargains
ACURA 2002 RSX Type S
Met. pnt dk grey, OEM
spir, tog lights, 49k, Ga-
raged$15 995.
Details 813-Y92-0655
AUDI A6 WAGON, 1996
99K mi Black w/tan
leath.AT, AC, CD, Sunrf,
$7500. (813)317-1741

BMW 1979 635, great
shape, 88,000 miles
blacke'd-out, Erebuni kit
$3000 obo. 813-382-2808

'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 m. $15,500.
Call (813)654-2287
BMW 1999 323i
Convertible, 49.8K
miles, loaded, silver,
gray leather interior.
$17,900 obo. 727-459-5782
BUICK 1995 REGAL 91000
mi, Light Blue, Sedan,
Auo., $3,000 Must See
(813)239-4647

CADILLAC 1984 SEVILLE,
Continental pkg all pwr,
Wht/Blue Ithr, 95K orig
mi AC works great.
$1995.813-657-7577
Cadillac 1992 Brougham,
Champagne/brown,
89K, loaded, 5.7L, per-
fect running cond,$3900
obo.813-677-5104


649 Automobiles I
"6 4 For Sale

CADILLAC 1998 DeVille,
just over 21K mi, orig.
owner 'little old lady
who must reluctantly
sell due to age, priced to
sell at $10,750, less than
NADA avg trade value.
Call 813-839-7138
Cadillac 2001 Deville DHS,
White diam, cloth top,
chrome whls, Ithr, Bose,
htd seats exc cond,
$17,500.81!3-907-8249
CHEVY 1991 Camero, V-6,
auto air $800
813 752-4514 or 759-2482
CHEVY 1993 Corsica 6 cyl,
AM/FM/CD, exc cond,
air good tires, 1 owner,
wer kept. runs ood.
$2000 352-754-9804
CHEVY 1996 Caprice V8,
Exc Cond, Tint, 165K Mi,
Burgundy, Everything
works, Well Maintained,
$3,700 813-376-3307
CHEVY 1996 CAVALIER
Good Cond, Automatic,
Cold A/C, 80,000mi,
$2,750 OBO. (813)
306-0391
CHEVY 1996 IMPALA SS
Clean! Only 59,800 miles
w/ an ext'd warranty to
100,000 miles. Original
CHROMED wheels. Must
See! 813-317-0130
CHEVY 1997 Camero 30th
Any 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 ss-
tem ready. 60K mi.$3695
OBO813-643-5553
CHEVY 1997 LUMINA.
good cond. Auto, AC, all
pwr. Runs great!
Original owner. $1,999.
813-681-3823
CHEVY 1998 LUMINA
A/C, Auto., V-6, 4-dr,
Power locks & windows.
$2300 Good cond. 813
404-5773

Chevy 1999 Blazer
4WD, Green, $4,000.
813-892-9604
CHEVY 2003 IMPALA,
A/C, CD, tint exc cond.
$13,800.813-926-9261


CHRYSLER 1993 NEW
YORKER Like new
white, loaded, 50K
miles. $3895. Ask for
Scott 00-434-3256
CHRYSLER 1995 NEW
YORKER, 127K mi., all
power, good condition,
1 owner. $2,200.
813-839-7197.837-5360
CHRYSLER 1996 Concord
44K mi. 1 owner, auto,
new tires exc. cond.
$4900 813-655-1921

CHRYSLER 2003 PT Cruis-
er, Touring Ed, low
miles, auto, crnbry, all
power alarm, fact warr,
$12,300. Call Barry
813-854-3594
CORVETTE 1986 COUPE
Silver, 83K miles.
Includes over $7,000 in
upgrades. $8,900. Call
813-671-9307
CORVETTE 1986, White
w/ Red interior, 124K
mi., A/C new brakes.
$4,200. (813)681-7545
Leave message.
CORVETTE 2001 Coupe
white, 34,500 mi auto,
loaded. $27,900.
813-598-7884

Corvette 2003, white, red
leather auto, hud, glass
top, 15k mi, mint,
$35,900. 813-645-5999

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 1992 Stealth
bright red, real good
cond, aprox78K mi, AC.
$8550813-645-2434
DODGE 2001 STRATUS SE
4 door, loaded, 4cyl, 48k
mi, beautiful mintcond.
$7495.813-933-5658

DODGE 2002 Neon, Black,
4dr, AC, all power, 60K
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 1988 MUSTANG GT
5.0 Runs great, lots of
racing extras.
$3500 obo.
813-870-3931
FORD 1989 E250 Cargo
Van, 300 6 CYL, Auto.
Great work van. $750.
813-948-6141

FORD 1993 Thunderbird,
auto, full power, CD,
new tires, runs great,
59K mi, moving must
sell. $2800 813-695-4912
Ford 1994 Explorer XLT,
brown, ac, pwr & tow
pkg, new tires. Good
condition. $4200.
813-855-6775


649 For Sale

FORD 1995 PROBE, White
good cond. 95K mi. all
power. Askin $2,6000.
13-949-6038 .431-5436
FORD 1996 T-BIRD, Gold,
runs & looks good AC,
auto, 93K mi. $2450.
813-335-1413

FORD 1996 Thunderbird,
V8, auto, 121K mi, leath-
er, CD, sunroof, trans.
needs work, $2,000.
Day 813-251-4542
evening 672-4331
FORD 1997 THUNDERBIRD
47K Mi, Alpine Green,
Leather, Coupe, Auto.,
Cyl. $4950, Low Miles
(813)495-4307
FORD 2002 Mustang GT
Dark grey, total Steeda
racing pkg, X-type, Dia-
blo chip. 34K ml., spot-
less. $24K obo. 478-6758
Ford 2003 Taurus Ses
DOHC, low miles,
leather, sunroof, spoiler,
CD, auto, alum. wheels
$13,900.813-866-3611
HONDA 1989 ACCORD EX,
sunroof, new tires &
timing belt rebuilt
engine in '04 and more.
$1,200 obo. 813-631-1818
Honda 1992 Civic LX, 4
door, auto, all power,
original owner looks
great, runs great. $1900
obo 813-855-2624
HONDA 1995 CIVIC EX,
125kmi,5spd,black,mn
rf, $1450 Must sell
813-817-3472;
813-265-3472
HONDA 1996 ACCORD EX,
73K mi., dark Green,
auto, moon roof, A/C.
$6300
(727)372-0739
Honda 1997 Accord EX,
4cyl, auto, Ithr, moon-
roof, cd, cold air, alloy
wheels, Exc Condition!
$7695obo. 813-880-9293
HONDA 1997 ODYSSEY
LX, Exc cond like new,
Dual A/C, PW/PL only
104k mi, $4995
352-346-2676
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 2001 S2000,
6-speed, Red/Gray Ithr,
Cony, cold AC, CD, fully
loaded low mi. $20,995.
813-833-5012
HONDA 2002 Accord LX
4dr, white ext/tan int.
CD, 38K mi, excellent
condition. $14,500
813-994-7865
HONDA 2002 Accord EX-
VL, V6, auto 26k, gold,
CD, alloys, Ifher, 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
INFINITY 1990 Q45 Driven
Daliy, But needs work
$800 Call 813-249-6851
M-F 10-5 Askfor Jim

INFINITY 1997 Q45T, exc
cond, low mi, loaded,
A/C, new tires asking
$11,500 813-766-099&;
eves 909-8384
Infiniti 2003 G35
sedan 4D dark blue,
excellent cond.,
$22,500. Call Steve
13-376-3513
JAGUAR 1999 XK8 Con-
vertible Black under
warranty, 38K Mi, Beau-
tiful Cond $33,000
I 813-355-19265
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 1991 LS 400, pearl
white Ithr 65k mi very
clean, great ride, $7250
813-380-3803
LEXUS 1997 LS400 COACH
Ed, Champagne/Bge
Ithr, exc cond newtires,
CD, phone 76k mi. $16K.
813-A33-9846
LEXUS 1999 GS400 Hard
to find L tuned edition,
62k mi black w/tan int,
perfect cond, must see.
$22,500813-625-4864
LINCOLN 1988 CONTI-
NENTAL Blown head
gasket, pwr wind, Ithr
seats cold A/C $500
813-984-6063
LINCOLN 1997 MARK VIII
LSC V8, Ithr, chrm whls,
loaded, all mem., Bose
sound, exc cond, 93K mi,
$7200.813-310-8005
LINCOLN 1997 TOWN CAR
43,000 mi, Green, Sedan,
Auto., 2 WD, 8 Cyl.
$7,000, Low Miles, Super
Buy (813) 672-3569
Lincoln 2001 Continental
1 owner, lo mileage, fact
warranty, loaded. Col-
lectable. $15,900
813-389-9940


i Automobiles
6491 For Sale

MAZDA 2000 Miata, 22K
Mi, Metallic Green, Bik
Cloth, 5 spd, 16" Chrome
Wheels, Garaged.
$12,500 813-920-4399
MERCEDES 1990 420
SEL exc cond n-smkr
white/lthr, fully loaded
126k mi, $7500
813-220-6142
MERCEDES 1999 SL500.
Silver convertible, 2
tops, sports package,
exc cond, 70K, $28,950.
727-456-3100 ext 4040
MERCEDES 1999 SL500,
Champagne, 52K miles,
STARMARK warranty to
100K mi, excellent cond.
$31,900 813-230-0350
MERCEDES 2000 CLK430
Conv., flawless silver,
amg pkg, fully loaded.
46K mi. $35,500 obo.
813-244-8465 Must See!
Mercedes 2000 E430, se-
dan, bik ext, charcoal
int, one owner, Excellent
condition. 49k miles
$28,000.813-417-0055
MERCEDES 2002 C320 18k
mi, loaded, garage kept
extra clean, mint cond!
$31900
813-293-1850
MERCEDES-BENZ 2004
C240 26k mi, Syn. oil
changed every 5k mi, 6
CyL $31,000, Flawless
(813) 654-9120
MERCEDES 2004 BENZ
SL55AMG, 1870 miles,
BIk/Gray, never titled.
$116,000. Call
941-923-0535
Mercury 1996 Cougar XR7
1 owner, garage kept,
69k, Ithr int, fully loaded.
Mint cond. 1st $3500.
813-967-2317 9 689-3227
MERCURY 1996 GRAND
MARQUIS GS, under 42K
miles, good condition,
runs great! $5295 obo
813-764-8127
Mercury 1998 GRAND
Marquis GS, Excellent,
Gold, 44K!0! All Power
Runs Like New, $6750d
obo. 813-244-8398
Mercury 2003 Grand Mar-
quis LS, loaded, Ithr,
27 500 mi., exc. cond.
still under factorywarr.,
$16,500,813-286-7063
MG 1977 MGB Convertible
and hard top, Original
owner, white, 2 tops,
runs well, lots of TLC,
$5150.813-215-2784
MITSUBISHI 1995 3000 GT
137K mi, full power, cold
air.
Asking $6125 OB0
321-298-8589
MITSUBISHI 1996 Eclipse
Well Maintained, Runs
Great, Cold AC, Extremely
clean, Low miles,
$4,500* 813-361-4662
NISSAN 1987 300ZX,
Sharp, clean, Sony CD
viper alarm, original
paint, $3600.
13-310-0101
NISSAN 1990 2405X red, 5
spd AC, good interior
body & block only, $85d
obo.813-363-1257

NISSAN 1992 Maxima, 80k
mi, very clean eng, good
trans, after market CD
player, cold AC, runs
great, exc commuter
car, reliable. $2700 obo
813-833-4647
NISSAN 1993 ALTIMA,
Fully loaded,4 door,
automatic, AC, runs &
looks excellent, $2200.
813-453-0124
Nissan 1994 Altima, auto,
AC CD, tint, exc cond.
94K mi, all records new
tires. $2400
813-988-8787
NISSAN 1995 Altima GXE,
dark blue, 5 speed pre-
mium condition, withre-
cords. $2800.
813-643-5147
Nissan 1995 Maxima,
gold 3,000 V6 engine,
Black leather int., sun-
roof CD w/removable
front, Bose spkrs, alumi-
num wheels, great shape,
runs great, $2500 or
trade for motorcycle.
813-241-7228
NISSAN 1996 ALTIMA, ful-
ly loaded, only 60K mi,
asking $5700, below
Blue Book. 813-655-7582
or 220-8805
NISSAN 1997 ALTIMA PW,
PD sunroof 5 spd ex-
cellent condition, 101K
miles. $2200 obo
813-930-9208
NISSAN 2004 Sentra 1 8S,
bik, auto, 12k, $13,100.
Excellent condition
813-477-8731

OLDS 1992 Cutlass Ciera
S autoAC, V6, 36K mi.,
cloth seats, excellent.
$3295.813-967-1471

OLDS 2000 ALERO GL,
silver, 4 door, 4 cyl, 63K,
good condition. $5,500.
Call 813-929-0778

OLDS 2001 ALERO, like
new, auto, loaded, 2dr,
white, 4cyl, orig owner,
must sell $7500 OBO
813-368-7577
OLDS 2002 ALERO 10,000.
mi, Black, Sedan, Auto.,,
4 Cyl. Gray cloth int.,
year 60k factory war-
ranty $10,900 (813)
979-6204


I64 9 Automobiles |
649 For Sale

OLDSMOBILE 1988
Cutlass Sierra. Runs
great, very dependable.
Asking $800.
813-659-2025
Plymouth 1989 Horizon,
53K orig. mi., 4 door,
auto, runs great. $900
OBO. 813-657-1213
PLYMOUTH 1998 NEON,
110k mi, runs good &
reliable $1500 obo Call
Jeff 813-598-7860
$500! POLICE IMPOUNDS!
Bank and Government
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Jeeps and many more to
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PONTIAC 1994 Firebird V6
AC AM/FM/CD 178K
(75K on This Eng) Re-
cent tune-up & tires
$1,700 813-546-0141
Pontiac 1996 Bonneville 4
door, 6 cyl, 88K mi., cold
A/C, new tires, all power,
exc. cond. $3,495.
Call 813-758-6032
PONTIAC 1999 TRANS AM
30TH Anniv. Auto, war-
ranty, 1 lady owner,
67506 mi. Exc. Cond.
$25,900.813-833-5913
PONTIAC 2001 Gran Prix
SE, loaded, silver
charcoal interior 75K
mi. exc. cond.$6995 obo,
727-744-9094
PONTIAC 2002 Grand Am
GT 4dr, silver, 49K mi,
sunrf, V6 CD/cass, xtra
clean. 3-25 mpg. Loaded.
$9995 813-505-2926
PORCHE 1988 CARRERA
Cabriolet, very rare, exc
cond, only 51k mi,
garaged, white/red
lipstick Ithr, $33k
813-220-6142
Porsche2003 911 Carrera,
red convertible, only
4506 miles, garage kept,
factory warranty includ-
ed. $71K 727-505-9383
SAAB 2003 9.3 turbo 5spd
std, silver w/ leather,
10,000 mi., OnStar, fully
loaded, exc cond.
813-390-1698
Saturn 1995 SL1 4 dr au-
to, gold/tan, air, 78K mi.,
exc. cond., clean,
813-737-1844 after 6pm
SATURN 1995 SL2 Coupe
auto, air, pw, white, real
pretty car, $2495.
813-662-7671 -843-2076

TOYOTA 1990 COROLLA,
Ice cold A/C, fresh en-
gine, no rust, 30-35MPG,
never wrecked $1500
obo 813-598-7860
TOYOTA 1995 AVALON XL
BIk, 4DR, Lth, Pwr Sts,
Mit-CD, NonSmoker, Au-
to, 129k, $4,750 Great
Condition, (717)698-
6838DIR
TOYOTA 1995 CAMRY
113K mi, regular mainte-
nance, 4-DR, Auto.,
$3,795, very good condi-
tion: (813) 220-6686
TOYOTA 1996 Camry LE,
Must see! Power, AC,
cruise control. $4900
obo. Exc cond.
813-857-3545
TOYOTA 1996 Corolla au-
to trans, AC green, exc
condition, 77k miles
AM/FM/cass. $4150
obo. 813-453-8566
TOYOTA 1997 Selica Lift-
back, 3D GT, silver, 67k,
5 spId, all power, sunrf,
new tires exc cond.
$8000.813-972-0103
Toyota 1998 Camry auto
A/C, runs great 155K
mi. 3,000.813-657-1213
Toyota 2000 Camry CE,
ac, cd, 62k mi, pwr all,
white clean, great
condition. $10,000.
813-763-4071
TOYOTA 2002 COROLLA
LE, Auto, all power, load-
ed great mileage, 66K
miles excellent cond,
$8,000.813-748-5023
VOLKSWAGEN 1999 Pas-
sat, only 63kmiles load-
ed w/extras, black
leather. Asking $11,000
nego. 813-505-1860.
VOLVO 1997 850 GLT,
Loaded, White Sunroof
Leather, Spoiler, 115K
miles 1 owner, $8900.
813-8A3-7369
VOLVO 1998 S70 auto, AC
all power, Ithr int/wood
trim, orig owner, dealer
svc'd garaged, 60k mi.
$10,960813-221-1220
VW 1973 BEETLE, Exc
cond, restored CD/ste-
reo. Must see. OMust sell.
Runs great. $4,500 OBO.
813-309-3398
VW 1994 Jetta GL, runs
good, new AC good
starter car $3,000 obo.
Call 813-265-4416
VW 2000 Passat, 4cyl, 6
disk cd changer, tiptron-
ic 68k miles, green ext,
brk int. $12,000obo.
813-503-7404
VW 2002 Passatt GL gra
leather, sunroof, CD, sil-
ver, 41k, clean, cass ga-
raged $15,900.641-2552
or work 813-831-8213.

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