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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE


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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2004 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


ROAD TO RECOVERY


in the
NEWS


SAFETY
The Plant City
Police Department
will get a thorough
inspection next
month as its seeks
a special state
accreditation.
PAGE 3
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Ifs short. It's sweet.
It's The Courier's Plant
City Digest.
PAGE 3


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The leaves don't
change around here,
but lives do.
PAGE 8


INDEX


BUSINESS
PAm


CALENDAR
PAGE 3
CLASSIFIED
PAGE 22


This huge oak
caused only
minor damage
to Mia Roach's
business, Mia's
Place on
Thonotossassa
Road, but she
said the
effects of this
hurricane
season have
been "devas-
tating" to:her
bottom line.
Below, Mark
Rose, owner
of Shelby's
Restaurant,
Jacob's Java
and Bella
Rosa, said the
hurricane's
timing was
especially
difficult for
downtown
businesses
after the
chamber of
commerce
was forced to
cancel its Bike
Fest and
Antique
Street Fair
last month.


Battered



BUSINESSES


Like many businesses in hurricane-ravaged
Florida, those in Plant City are feeling the effects
of an unprecedented hurricane season.


CROSSWORD By TONY MARRERO
PE tmarrero@mediageneral.com
When Hurricane Ivan threat-
ened, Lynne Connor put her sen-
FAMILY LIVING timents on the sign in front of her
PAGE 8 business.
.................. "Go Away, Ivan," read the large
OPINION black letters on the marquee of
the Tip To Toe Day Spa and Tea
Room on Alexander Street.
Of course, Ivan. did, but like
BERRY FESTIVAL Hurricane Charley, it put a scare
u.pr a


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into residents. And hurricanes
Frances and Jeanne did not go
away, making for four named
storms that had an impact on
Plant City.
Now Connor has a new
suggestion on her sign, this one
to her hurricane-weary custom-
ers: "We're open. Take a stress
break."
The- cumulative effects of the
storms, even those that did not


hit the Plant City area, have taken
a toll on businesses large and
small, from businesses such as
car dealerships that offer goods
to those such as Connor's that
provide services.
Connor never had to close
because of inclement weather
prior to this hurricane season.
This year, however, she has lost a
total of eight business days. She
estimates she is down at least 35


percent from this time last year.
"We will not have an opportu-
nity to make that up," she said.
"We sell time, and when time is
lost, time is lost. We don't have
people saying, 'I missed my man-
icure this week, I think I'll get two
next week.'"
"It's just affected everybody,"
said Greater Plant City Chamber
See RECOVER, Page 17


WORSHIP
PAtE 1


IN THETRMBUNE
Here's a preview of
what you'll find in
The Tampa Tribune's
Plant City section
Saturday:
LI Catch up with
your "Neighbors"
in Barbara Kent's
weekly column.


GOVERNMENT FOCUS


City Will Be Reimbursed For Storm Response Expenses


$2.5 MILLION EFFORT
REDUCED BY 95 PERCENT

By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Phone calls, letters and e-mails
have been received by the city
from individuals and businesses
praising the effort made by city


staff in removing storm debris.
left by the recent hurricanes.
Now federal and state officials
have joined in the praise and
appreciation of a job well done
by promising to pay the city for
the effort.
"I have recently been notified
that the federal government will
compensate justifiable expenses
by municipalities for 90 percent


of the expenses in responding to
the public need," said City
Manager David Sollenberger,
speaking to the city commission
Oct. 11. "In addition, the state
government will absorb one half
of the nonfunded expenses. This
makes the city responsible for
only 5 percent of the total cost of
cleanup."
That comes to roughly


$125,000 for the effort, Sollen-
berger said.
He estimated that $2.5 million
was spent by the city clearing
streets, public right of ways and
assisting the public in debris
removal. The city hired private
contractors following the passing
of Hurricane Frances, which
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INCLUDES BLUEGRASS,
COUNTRY AND GOSPEL
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Florida O.pry organizers
hope to bring out the good
weather when the Plant City
Florida Opry begins its eighth
season next week at the 1914
High School Community
Center.
The Oct. 23 lineup includes
the Southern Star Bluegrass
Band, country singers Tina
Dallman and Ray Barber, and
the Bloomingdale Messenger
Quartet. The show will start at
7p.m.
The Southern Star Bluegrass
Band has performed regularly
at the Opry.
"If you like bluegrass you
are going to love the Southern
Star," Henry said. "They have
been performing at the Straw-
berry Festival for the last 18
years and have been on stage
at the Grand Ole Opry a cou-


ple of times."
The band, which is made up
of Larry Jackson, Bud Burt,
Red Johnson, Dan Smith and
Rick Hinson, has performed
for years at the Florida State
Fair, private parties, political
rallies, bluegrass
Festivals and
other venues.
"We always
look forward to
starting our fall
season at the
Florida Opry in
Dallman Plant City,"
Smith said. "We
always see a great crowd there.
That audience enjoys our style
of music and we certainly
enjoy playing there."
Smith said the band plans
to increase its number of dates
to include more bluegrass fes-
tivals and senior centers.
"Bluegrass is the kind of
music a lot of people want to
hear," he said.
Tina Dallman also is a favor-
ite of Myrle Henry's Planter
Productions, which puts on
the Opry.
"Tina is a really sweet girl
with an outstanding voice,"
Henry said. "She can sing
anything, but will give us some
good old country music when
she performs at the Opry."
Dallman, 16, graduated
early from Tampa Bay Techni-
cal School in Tampa. She
ranked sixth in her graduating
class, and has scholarship
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to attend New College of Flor-
ida, which is in Sarasota.
"She is a good one," Henry
said. "I know the audience will
love her. They always do."
Ray Barber, 81, began his
career in the early 1950s. He
recorded with Mercury
Records and had success in
England with a hit song titled
"Mary Rose."
"He has had a great career
and we are looking forward to
seeing him on stage," Henry
said.
Henry is looking forward to
the new season and has sched-
uled other headliners such as
singer Victoria K.
Season highlights include:
Jan. 15 Tommy Cash,
who will give a tribute per-
formance covering Johnny
Cash's hits.
Feb. 12 Tommy and Deb-
bie Horton, of Branson, Mo.,
who will perform a tribute to
honky tonk rockabilly legend
Johnny Horton.
Feb. 26 Karen Wheeler of
Nashville, Tenn.
March 19 Grand Ole
Opry member Jack Greene,
who is best known for his mid-
1960s hit "There Goes My
Everything.'
Tickets: $10, 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. through Saturday at the
Olde Village Shoppes, 108 S.
Collins St., at Families &
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CALENDAR

THURSDAY
Bruton hosts
Cracker author
Florida Cracker author
Lee Gramling will be the
guest speaker at the
Friends of the Librarv's
annual meeting slated for
Oct. 14 at 7 p.m. at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302
McLendon St.
Gramling, a sixth
generation Floridian,
writes stories about Flori-
da's 19th century "Cracker
cowboys" such as "Ninety
Mile Prairie," "Ghosts of
the Green Swamp,"
"Thunder on the St.
Johns," and "Riders on the
Suwanee."
Call: 757-9215.

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 play.
Call: Bill Ulbricht. 757-
1205.

Glover School reunion
A reunion for all those
who attended the Glover
School in Beal'vi4ie- is
slated for Oct. 15.16. All
events will be at the school
at 5110 Horton Road.
The reunion will include
a reception Oct. 15 at 7
p.m. and a festival Oct. 16
from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
There will be vendors,
agencies, entertainment,
games and forums. A ban-
quet is scheduled for 7 to 9
p.m. Cost is $25.
All proceeds will go to
maintain the school, which
is now being used as a
community center.
For vendor booth
information, call 737-2004.
For more information on
the event, call 757-6760 or
737-1529.

See CALENDAR, Page 16


Police Department Seeks Accreditation


PUBLIC CAN
PROVIDE INPUT
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
An outside agency will take
a look at every nook and
cranny of the Plant City Police
Department next month to
determine if the department
qualifies for a special state
accreditation.
A team of assessors from the
Commission for Florida Law
Enforcement Accreditation
will arrive Nov. 15 to examine
all aspects of the department's
policies and procedures, Plant
City Police Chief Bill McDaniel
announced last week. A pre-
liminary evaluation was com-
pleted this week.
"This accreditation is some-
thing we have been aiming for
for almost 10 years," McDaniel
said. "This is no small deal.
This is something we have
worked hard to achieve."
As part of the initial accredi-
tation process, the depart-
ment also is seeking national
recognition status through the
Commission on Accreditation
for Law Enforcement Agen-
cies.
"Seeking accreditation is a
public statement of our meet-
ing state and national stan-
dards," McDaniel said.
"'Successful completion helps
us to validate our work as pro-
fessionals in the field of law
enforcement. This is a struc-
tured review of our working
environment and an opportu-


nity for the entire department
to show what we are doing
right.
"The review (a pre-exami-
nation, that started Oct. 11)
and the final accreditation will
show us what we need to work
on in order to do our jobs bet-
ter."
There is a great deal of value
in seeking the accreditation,
City Manager David Sollen-
berger said
"Accreditation shows this
department has the right pro-
cedures in place," Sollen-
berger said. "This also shows
the department is committed
to correct police functions as
they work within the commu-
nity."
As part of the accreditation,
department members and the
general public are invited to
make comments to the asses-
sment team. The public may
call 757-7158 on Nov. 17, bet-
ween the hours of 1 and 5
p.m., and give up to 10 min-
utes of comment, which
should be limited to the
department's operation, man-
agement and services.
McDaniel said the seeds of
the process were planted back
in 1996, when he was first
appointed chief of police.
"There are literally hun-
dreds of standards that we all
have to work through to gain
this accreditation," he said.
"Everyone in the department
has been involved. It is a very
long and involved process."
"This process subjects the
local law enforcement office


1Accreditation shows this department has the
right procedures in place. This also shows the
department is committed to correct police func-
tions as they work within the community."
DAVID SOLLENBERGER
City Manager


to a self-examination that will
benefit the department's
effectiveness," said Martin
County Sheriff Bob Crowder,
who is on the board of com-
missioners for the accrediting
agency. "It will determine if
the department is working to
be very thorough in its
operation. Each step, from
self-evaluation, to peer review,
public assessment and finally
an on-site evaluation, will
determine if the individual
police department knows
what to do, and is actually
doing it in the field."
McDaniel said the assessors
will review police equipment,
written materials, interview
individuals in the department,
visit department offices and
monitor staff as they go
through their work assign-
ments.
"The review might include
asking officers how they might
go about making an arrest on a
suspect. Then they might ask
to see the procedure on such
an arrest in our files," McDa-
niel said. "They might ask
about the confidential
information in our records
department, and how we
protect that information. They


also might check on om
property room records, where
evidence is cataloged and
filed."
"We make the preliminary
evaluation as tough as it can
be," said Sarasota County
Sheriffs Office Lt. Bob
Brongel, who is part of a
three-member "mock evalua-
tion" team that began the peel
evaluation on Monday. "We
give them everything we can
during a three-day period to
see what they might need to
work on for the final accredi-
tation. During this dry run the
department will see exactly
what we will expect from
them, and have an opportu-
nity to. adjust systems and
schedules for the final evalua-
tion."
McDaniel said he is pleased
with what he sees from his
department's response to the
challenge.
"I commend all the mem-
bers of the department. We
have all worked hard to get us
to this point," McDaniel said.
"Our success depends on their
hard work. This will be a great
accomplishment as we begin
the new year in the new facili-
ties on East Alexander Street."


PLANT CITY DIGEST


Bringing Bluegrass And
Gospel To Pioneer Day
The PA system was set up and the
drinks were on ice.
And Hurricane Jeanne was on her way.
Unity in the Community was forced to
cancel its "Bluegrass, Gospel and Oldies
Extravaganza" slated for Sept. 25 just
hours before show time.
"About 3:30, 4 o'clock they had the
mandatory evacuations for Hillsb-orough
County and we knew we were in trouble,"
said Joyce Jordan, president of Unity, a
nonprofit group that raises money to feed


the area's needy.
But the show will go on, Jordan said,
and the hurricane cancellation might
have been a bit of concert kismet the
new date is Nov. 13, which will coincide
with Pioneer Day at the 1914 PCHS Com-
munity Center, 605 N. Collins. Tickets are
$10.
Jordan is still working on what bands
will be on the bill. The Never Fade blue-
grass band will not be able to make the
rescheduled date, Jordan said.
"But we're working on getting another
good one," she said.
If the event goes well, Jordan said she
may schedule Unity's annual concert on


Pioneer Day every year.
Advance tickets already sold for the
show will be honored for the rain date.
For tickets, call Jordan-at 752-1275.

Dress Up For A Cause
Speaking of Unity in the Community,
the group is asking those in the All Hal-
lows Eve spirit to dress up for its cause.
Unity plans its first Masquerade Cos-
tume Gala for Oct. 30 at Plant City Com-
munity Bingo, 105 J. Arden Mays Blvd.
The event will feature a buffet, ghost

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Community Says Farewell To'Ma Madeline'


FORMER LEGISLATOR'S MOTHER WAS 95
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The Rev. Ron Churchill, pastor of First Baptist
Church of Plant City, put it simply when he spoke of
Madeline Redman, a longtime resident and church
member who died Oct. 4.
"She was a lady of faith. A lady of prayer. A lady of
the church. A doting grandmother, a
wonderful mother, housewife and -
cook," Churchill said at the Oct. 7
funeral service.
Redman, who was 95 when she
died in her sleep, was the mother of
Jim Redman, a Plant City attorney
and former state legislator.
"She was a wonderful mother," Jim Redman
Redman said. "She set the tone for the
family. She kept us so close and taught us how to
love and care for one another."
Madeline Redman was born in Augusta, Ga., and
moved with her parents, Luther and Charlotte
Miller, to Plant City in 1928. She was married to the
late James W. "Big Jim" Redman for more than 50
years.
"I first met Madeline while I was in high school,"
said Ruby Jean Redman, Madeline's daughter-in-
law. "Times were different in those days. Madeline
was very active in the home. The lines have been
blurred since then, but she was so helpful to me and
Jim when we started a family of our own."
"Madeline always maintained a sweetness about


"Madeline always maintained a
sweetness about her. And she had
great determination."
RUBY JEAN REDMAN
Madeline's daughter-in-law

her," Ruby Jean said. "And she had great determi-
nation. After Big Jim died she kept up her home,
and was wonderful with her granddaughters.
"During each Easter season she would take the
girls shopping. She would buy them an entire Eas-
ter ensemble, including dresses, shoes, hats, bon-
nets and gloves. Madeline never had a daughter so
she treated her granddaughters with special care.
But she was much stricter with her son than she was
with her granddaughters."
Violete Massey, a family friend who works in Jim
Redman's law office, first met Madeline Redman in
the 1940s.
"Our husbands were close friends," Massey said.
"My first husband (the late Joe McIntosh) and Big
Jim went everywhere together. After they died,
Madeline and I began to take trips to Tennessee
and the Carolinas, visiting mutual friends. Up until
the last two months she was able to get around, but
only with help."
About 400 people attended the funeral service.
"She looked forward to attending church, when-
ever possible," Churchill said. "In her later years,
when she couldn't hear well, she attended services
anyway. She was a great one for prayer."


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'Taste' Of Something Sweet
Stacy Lloyd of Strawberry Paradise cuts straw-
berry pizza into sample portions during the
seventh annual Taste of Plant City event held
Oct. 9 in McCall Park. Local restaurants offered
samples of their fare to customers who pur-
chased tickets to event, which raised more than
$14,000 for the United Food Bank of Plant City,
officials said. The Plant City Rotary Club also
presented United's director Linda Lawson with a
check for $1,000 to help the food bank replenish
its pantry in the wake of hurricanes Frances and
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walk and costume contests. Cost is $35
per person in costume, $40 without a cos-
tume. All proceeds go to feed the needy.
Reservations are necessary, space is
limited. Call: 752-2727, 754-2301 or 752-
1275.

Something To
Smile About
They knew you only get two sets of
teeth in a lifetime.
They knew that a filling is used to repair
a cavity.
And they knew that once you lose an
adult tooth, it's gone for good.
More than 60 boisterous youngsters at
the Westside Boys & Girls Club took the
brief "oral" exam as a group last week on
Smile For Life Day. A staff member called
out the questions, asked for a show of
hands after reading the possible answers,
and the children erupted in cheers when
they answered correctly.
They recited a pledge to take care of
their teeth and a few moments later were
testing out their colorful new tooth-
brushes. Branch director Sharon Moody
went around the city asking for donations
for the brushes and physician Michael
Salvato answered the call by offering
enough for the whole club.


A Round Of Applause
Nancy McLean couldn't believe what
she was seeing.
There was Josh Mange, the shy little boy
she knew "before he was born," all grown
up and hamming it up in front of a
room full of people.
Mange acted as the master of ceremo-
nies for Plant City Entertainment Inc.'s
20th annual Applause Banquet at Cork
United Methodist Church's Fellowship
Hall.


TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
Antoinette Robinson shows off proper
form after receiving a free toothbrush for
the Boys & Girls Club's annual Smile For
Life Day on Oct. 6.

During the recent banquet, Mange
reprised each of the roles he's played for
PCE, with quick wardrobe changes before
each award presentation.
McLean's eyes grew wide and her
mouth hung open when she saw Mange
donning a nun's habit for his role as the
chef, the imbibing Sister Julia Child from
"Nuncrackers." He wore police officers'
uniforms for roles in "Arsenic in Old Lace"
and "Rumors," and even pulled out the
blonde wig and bonnet he used as Little
Bo Peep for PCE's participation in the
Relay For Life.
"He was always so shy," McLean said.
"In church he would always stand off to
the back. When he came out with all that
garb on I thought I was going to die."
On to the awards:
Best Actor Tom Mitchell as Lenny
Ganz in "Rumors."
Best Actress April Smith as Roze Alve-


rez in "Bye, Bye Birdie."
Best Supporting Actor John Harrer as
Teddy Brewster in "Arsenic and Old
Lace."
Best Supporting Actor Betty Roney for
her portrayal of Ethel in "Moon Over Buf-
falo"
Director of the Year Jennifer Jackson
and Orin Linder for "Bye, Bye Birdie."
Best Production "Bye, Bye Birdie."
Hall of Fame Award Orin Linder.
Friend of the Theater (The Brad Beehan
Award) Tony Marrero, editor of The
Courier.
President's Award Reggie Kirkland.
Officers installed for the 2004-05
season: Jennifer Jackson, president; Dodie
White, first vice president; Marsha Pass-
more, second vice president; April Smith,
secretary; and Frances Hardee, treasurer.
Board of managers for 2004-05 in addi-
tion to the above mentioned officers: Shir-
ley Outen, Tom Mitchell, Mike Cameron,
Sandy Murphy, Betty Roney, Dr. Hal
Brewer and Tyler Hollis.

Flat Flapjack Sales
Mar Harrer and her Girl Scouts have
flipped and served thousands of flapjacks
in the past three years.
Unfortunately, the turnout and revenue
to their pancake breakfasts have been
about as flat as their product.
Plant City Girl Scout Troop 1187 has
hosted seven of the breakfasts. The eighth
is scheduled for Oct. 16 from 7 to 11 a.m.
at Trinity United Methodist Church, 402
W. English St. All you can eat is $5.
Their goal is to raise $30,000 by 2007 for
a trip to Switzerland, where the Girl Scouts
organization has one of its World Centers.
It could cost as much as $4,000 per girl,
and there are now 10 girls in the troop.
So far, they've raise $3,000 through var-
ious fundraisers. The pancake breakfasts
have netted about $200 each.
But Harrer, the troop's leader said she
doesn't want to give up on the trip because
it has been a motivator for the girls to stay
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passed through the area
during the Labor Day week-
end. Contractors and city
employees worked over-
time to clear debris as Hur-
ricane Ivan and then
Jeanne, threatened to
strike, and then after Jeanne
tore through.
Officials said damage
from Jeanne was likely
reduced because of that
effort.
"I marvel at how well our
city's departments partici-
pated in getting the job
done," Sollenberger said. "I
look around at other areas
that are still facing the after
effects of those storms. I am
proud of the effort made by
the city staff."
In other action, the com-
mission:
Waived the need for
bids for emergency debris
removal contracts.
Approved the purchase
of three new mini-buses to
implement a city-owned
and operated bus service.
Approved a disaster
relief funding agreement
with state and federal agen-
cies.
Rezoned 89 acres at
Trapnell and Drawdy roads
from county to city
residential.
Accepted the voluntary
annexation of 20 parcels of
land that total 330 acres
into the city.
Approved the rezoning
of 58.7 acres at Trapnell
Road and Timberlane Drive
to a city residential desig-
nation.


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DEREK
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ast week, along with
millions of Americans, I
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George Bush and challenger
John Kerry.
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Kerry over Bush I personally
believe the real winner was
Home & Garden Television,
perhaps the only network not
committed to running the
remaining two spin-fests
slated for St. Louis and
Arizona.'
I felt like I was driving by
an accident scene on the
highway. You know the
sensation. You can't possibly
help, but somehow you feel
compelled to slow down and
gawk.
The following Tuesday
Edwards and Cheney enjoyed
a notably more eloquent
exchange. Regardless, I do
plan to view the event in St.
Louis. Who knows, perhaps
we'll get lucky?
Maybe next time it will be
the men who shake hands,
point approvingly at each
other's outfits and talk about
their favorite designers.
President Bush looked
like he wanted to climb over
the podium and kick John
Kerry's rear end. Maybe this
time he will.
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is bound to say, "Read my
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are no Jack Kennedy,"
"Where's the beef?" or "There
you go again."
They should be covering
the economy, but maybe Mr.
Bush will get his cue cards
muddled and tell us another
25 times that the world will
be a safer place with a stable
Iraq, why Mr. Kerry couldn't
possibly handle Kim Jong-Il
and how important it is to
"stay the course."
In all likelihood, John
Kerry will tell the moderator,
"Wrong question, wrong
place, wrong time." Maybe
he'll say: "I can do a better
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smarter and more effec-
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I'd tune in just to see
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Kerry crank up his "tough-guy
persona" again when he talks
about domestic issues. "I will
hunt down those responsible
for pollution, I will capture
them and then I will kill them."
Is it just me or is anyone
else out there beginning to
miss Ross Perot?
I hate to admit this, but
neither candidate succeeded in
holding my interest or giving
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was looking for assurance and
vision, and all I heard was so
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crystal clear where I stand on
that."
"Mr. Bush?"
"I'll admit I do swagger. You
can't do that in a spider-hole.
In Texas, they call it walking."
I don't know, maybe my
expectations are too high, but
at this point I'm simply
holding on to the hope that
one of them will wear a pair of
loud oversized suspenders like
Channel 28's Dennis Phillips
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ENGAGEMENTS

Elrod-Rupp
Judy and Tony Elrod of
Lakeland announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Alisha M. Elrod, to Alvin P.
Rupp of Plant City. He is the
son of Carl and Chris Rupp of
Plant City.
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of Kathleen High School.
The prospective groom is a
graduate of Plant City High
School.
A Nov. 12 wedding is
planned at Hollis Gardens,
Lakeland.


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A Queen Is Crowned
Tara Parker is crowned Plant City High School's 2004 homecoming queen by 2003 queen
Lyndsay Weissman at Plant City's homecoming game against Brandon High Oct. 8. Parker
was escorted by her father, Johnny.



BETTY'S PLACE


Bebler 50th anniversary
William P. and Dolores M.
Bebler of Dover celebrated
their 50th wedding anniver-
sary at a surprise party Oct. 10
at First Presbyterian Church
of Plant City.
Bill and the former Dolores
Young were married Oct. 9,
1954, at Cliveden Presbyterian
Church in Philadelphia. They
came to Tampa on their honey-
moon and decided to stay.
Bill is retired from the
Tampa Police Department
and the Hillsborough County
Sheriff's Office after 32 years
of police duties. Dolores
worked for the Florida Patrol
and Probation Commission.
They have a daughter and
son-in-law, Lynn and Richard


Riley, and two grandchildren,

Seasons, [jives CS 1h a Dana and Kevin. Bill and Dolores Bebler

October is my favorite STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL NOTES
month.
It's not just that my twin Strawberry Queen orientation Call: Stephanie Shuff, 752-
sister and I were born in Octo- An orientation for 3963.
ber, but the first chill of fall prospective contestants in the
and the biggest, 2005 Florida Strawberry Festi- Junior Royalty Pageant
brightest moon m -, -val's Queen's Pageant will be Rules fnr the 2005 Juinr


S ^ always seem to
-. come around
Halloween. This
year, I will
S" remember it for
the pre-wedding
visit from my
BETTY youngest
BRIGGS daughter, Jena,
from Nashville,
Columnist and oldest
daughter Madi
Cona and her three little girls
from Naples.
Surprisingly, with Jena's
wedding only three weeks
away, there were few jitters -
just lots of mother-daughter
fun. We started with a day at
the Safety Harbor Spa (a first
for me), joined by good
friends Lisa Van Fossen and
Vicki Hawthorne, our sea-
soned "tour guide." Thanks,
Vicki!
The great get away was
made possible by Lindsey
Roberts, who entertained the


little Cona girls all day -
you're a gem, Lindsey. And by
the way, we found Ellie, the
elephant, two streets over on
the sidewalk where Campbell


dropped it when you all took
a walk. The next day, the gals
who made my life easier
See BRIGGS, Page 11


offered Nov. 1 at 6 p.m. at the
Arthur Boring Civic Center on
the Florida Strawberry Festi-
val grounds, 2202 W. Reynolds
St.
Contestants must be bet-
ween the ages of 16 and 20 as
of March 3, 2005. There will be
information about the
pageant, your city, the straw-
berry industry, and an idea of
the upcoming schedule for the
2005 queen and court. Appli-
cations will be available.
Applicants may turn in the
application along with a copy
of your Tampa Electric Co.
bill, a $25 fee, a wallet-sized
photo of the applicant, and a
printed paper with your most
current district GPA signed by
the registrar, at the festival
office on Nov. 2. Deadline is
noon Nov. 15.


Royalty Pageant will be avail-
able Nov. 1 at the Florida
Strawberry Festival office,
2202 W. Reynolds St.
Applications will be distrib-
uted at registration Nov. 8 at 6:
30 p.m. in the Arthur Boring
Building. Thirty contestants
for each category wil be
drawn at registration. An entry
fee of $25 will be paid if your
child's name is drawn. Any
unfilled slots after the Nov. 8
drawing will be filled on a
first-come, first-served basis
through Nov. 16 at the Florida
Strawberry Festival office.
The 2005 Junior Royalty
Pageant will take place Jan. 8
at 6 p.m. at Tomlin Middle
School, 501 N. Woodrow
Wilson St.
Call: 754-6939 or 759-2827.


Say you saw it in The Courier


It was a family reunion for your humble columnist when her
daughters, Jena Briggs and Madi Cona, along with granddaugh-
ters Regen, Campbell and Olivia Cona came for a visit.


Alisha Elrod and Alvin Rupp

English-Verner
Rodney and Lucinda
English of Dover announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Amanda Dianne
English, to Edward Miller
Verner of Plant City. He is the
son of Dr. John and Sally
Verner of Plant City.
A Nov. 20 wedding is
planned at 2 p.m. at First
United Methodist Church of
Plant City.


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COMMUNITY ROUNDUP

GED classes
Hillsborough County's Adult and Commu-
nity Education program offers free general
equivalency diploma courses and English
classes to anyone 18 years and older.
Classes are held Mondays and Thursdays
from 6 to 9 p.m. at Esther D. Burney Elemen-
tary, 901 S. Evers St. Free day care is provided
while students are in class.
Call: Rojina Durant or Jennifer Giorgio, 707-
7334, weekdays between 8 a.m. and 2:15 p.m.

Y seeks teams for church volleyball league
The Plant City Family YMCA seeks churches
to participate in its indoor church volleyball
league. At least 10 players, high school age and
up, are required for a team. Dates and times to
be determined.
The Y is also starting in November a dodge
ball league for ages 18 and older. Deadline for
entry is Nov. 1. Play will be on Mondays and
begins Nov. 8.
Contact: Josh Kiper, 757-6677 or 629-3310.

Blood drives
Florida Blood Services will sponsor the fol-
lowing blood drives:
Turkey Creek First Baptist Church, Oct. 24
from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Weyerhaeuser, 2402 Williamette Drive, Oct.
20, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Florida Blood Services runs its Neighbor-
hood Donor Center, 1902 James Redman Park-
way, 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 following
blood drives:


CLUB NOTES


C.F. Industries, North County Road 39, Oct.
18 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Nelson Elementary School, 5413 Durant
Road in Dover, Oct. 19 from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Dart Container Corp. of Florida, 4610
Airport Road, Oct. 20 from 2:30 to 6 p.m.
Call: 1-800-683-8355.

Free computer classes
Glover School in Bealsville offers free
computer classes for seniors and children on
Monday and Wednesdays.
Classes will cover basic computer parts and.
software. Adult classes are from 10 to 11 a.m.
and 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Children's classes run
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 displays
East Hillsborough Art Guild will be display-
ing art through October at the following loca-
tions:
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 Jossie de Q. Azorin at 754-2366.


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

Hibiscus Circle
The Hibiscus Circle of the
Garden Club of Plant City will
meet Oct. 18 at 6:30 p.m. at
Garden Club, 1112 N. Wheeler
St. Master gardener JoAnne
Whale will present a hands-on
program on orchids. Bring
your orchid.
Call: Lisa, 717-9492.

Daughter of the Confederacy
The Plant City Chapter No.
1931 United Daughters of the
Confederacy will meet Oct. 16
at 10 a.m. at the 1914 Plant
City High School Community
Center, 605 N. Collins St.
Professional genealogist
Fran Carter will speak on how
to find your ancestors.
Call: 759-0078.

Daughters of 1812
The U.S. Daughters of 1812,
Benjamin DeVane Chapter in
Plant City, will meet Oct. 16 at
noon at Ryan's Steakhouse,
2815 Lakeland Hills Blvd.,
Lakeland. The program will
include a video presentation
on Fort McHenry.


The group, which meets
twice a year, offers member-
ship to women with an ances-
tor who provided military or
civil service during the War of
1812. Call: Linda Neal, chapter
president, 988-4430. ,

Turkey Creek Class of '54
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1954 will host
its 50-year reunion Oct. 30 at
First Baptist Church Fellow-
ship Hall, 503 N. Palmer. There
will be 3:30 p.m. hors-
d'oeuvres; 4 p.m. entertain-
ment and 5:30 p.m. dinner.
The cost is $30 per person.
The class is seeking the
address or phone numbers of
the following classmates:
James Bryant, James Lawson,
Myrtice Herndon and Everett
Bailey. RSVP: Pat Woods, 689-
5153, by Oct. 16.

Fall fair
The Plant City Christian
Women's Club will hold its
"Fabulous Fall Fair" Nov. 2 at
the Walden Lake Golf and
Country Club.
There will be gift baskets,
baked goods, crafts and more.
Doors open for shopping at
10:30 a.m.; luncheon at 11:30.
For reservations or compli-
mentary nursery, call Dorinda,
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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Dover: S. Dorer Rd & Donwing St,
659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
.llen Chapel: 1109 E. laura St,
"52-"389
Mount Olive: 1113 II. Madison St
Mount Olire: Horton Rd.
73"-2628
APOSTOLIC
.-samblea Apostolica:
1501 Colson Rd. '37-3496
Aposiolic Church
of.lesus Christ:
1212 II. Renolds. -1"'-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd.
lithia, 685-1240
Bethany: 9804 Harney Rd,
Thonolosassa, 986-5771
Calvary Fellowship:
1110 N. Gordon St. 752-5005
Dover First: SR 574 & Pettlie Rd.
689-0343
Faith Temple: I--. at
Hillsborough-Polk County
Line. '52-0532
Faith Lighthouse:
3409 SR 39 N. 752-1885
First Plant City:
Charlie Griffin Rd,
W of SR 39 S, 752-3351
FortAlafla: Corner of South
Hwy. 39 & Swilley Rd, 737-4656
Keysville: SR 640, 737-4803
Mount Zion:
1-4 at Thonotosassa Rd, 752-1614
Pleasant Grove:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-3529
Victory Worship Center:
County Line Rd, 754-6089
Sydney: Sydney Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of Sydney-Dover Rd, 659-0532
Turkey Creek:
Turkey Creek Rd, 754-5372
BAPTIST
Ahava: Turkey Creek Rd,
N. of SR 60, 737-3739
Alafta Baptist:
222 Alafia Church Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd, 737-3240
Berea: SR 39 S, 737-1232
Bethany: Cork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel: 804 W. Renfro St,
754-2239
Beulah: Allen & County Line Rd,
Lithia, 737-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd,
752-2875
Burchwood Temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 574, 752-3782
Calvary Free Will:
3539 Trapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grove: E. Keysville Rd,
737-1234
Central of Lithia:
Pinecrest & Keysville Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 E. Alsobrook, 752-3740
Community Christian:
1310 N. Shannon Ave, 754-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S, Pinecrest,
737-1211
Dover Eastside: Countryside
Baptist Church, 2820
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--'209


First Baptist Lithia:
Intersection of SR 39 &
Lithia-Pinecrest Rd, 737-1121
First Plant City:
503 N. Palmer, 752-4104
First Thonotosassa Missionary:
McIntosh Rd, 986-4756
Harmony Baptist Church:
6008 W. Knights Griffin Rd,
986-7165
Hopewell: SR 39 S, 737-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Hwy,
752-4972
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
752-2006
Lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd,
754-5278
Mount Moriah Freewill:
Warren & Johnson St. '54-4397
Mount iMoriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W Ball St,
754-3834
New Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Srdney Dover Rd., Dover
New lit. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., '52-3985
Northside:
1700 N. Franklin St, 752-2779
Oakwood: Airport Rd, 752-5499
Plant City Primitive:
509 N. Evers St, 754-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-2556
Shiloh: W. Terrace Dr, 754-7445
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road,
. 754-4879
St. Luke Missionary:
108 S. Warnell St, 754-4992
St. Mary's Freewill:
Hunter & Warren St, 754-6853
St. Mary Missionary:
1804 S.R. 60E., 737-3668
St. Mary's Primitive Baptist
Church: 907 E. Laura St,
754-1616
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church:
5447 S. Turkey Creek Rd,
737-1224
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Westside: 2503 W. GranfleldAve,
752-1450
Whitehurst Rd:
901 N. Whitehurst Rd, 754-5405
CATHOLIC
St. Clement: 1104 N. Alexander St,
752-8251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder Rd,
752-2771
Cork: Cork Road, 752-1521
Laura St: 1310 E. Laura St,
752-2858
Springhead: Wiggins Rd,
754-1485
CHRISTIAN
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,
752-5385
CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian:
Mclntosh Rd, N of SR 574
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calvary Community:
5209 Smilh-Ryals Rd
Dover: Downing St. 659-2900
Plant City: 2103 Mudlake Rd.


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


PENTECOSTAL
Christian Life Assembly:
3120 S. Miller Rd., 657-4802
Living Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. Evers St, 759-0528
New Hope Worship Center:
803 W. Mabonev St. 757-6123
New Life Temple Pentecostal
Church of God:
3301 Clemons Rd, 754-7088
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dover: Moore's Lake &
Holiness Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the Living God:
1102 Tyler St, 754-5840
PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant City:
1107 Charlie Griffin Rd, 759-9383
First Presbyterian Plant City:
404 WE Reynolds St, 752-4211
SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk with God Ministry:
15140 SR 574, Dover, 659-0930
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant City: 2203 Strawberry Dr,
752-4694
SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W. Johnson Rd,
754-5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.,
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 St,
757-6051
Thonotosassa: Fort King Hwy
at Mistletoe Dr, 986-7135
Trinity Plant City: 402 W.
English St, 752-9316


St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil
Mass:
5pm English
Sunday Masses
7am & 10:30am English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish

1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
(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


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Methodist
Church of
Plant City
303 N. Evers Street
Downtown Plant City
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754-3519

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October 17th Only
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Bakery Ordered To Pay $121,000 In Back Pay


FAILED TO PAY
OVERTIME RATE
ByTONYMARRERO
tmarrero@medlageneral.com
A Plant City bakery has been ordered
to pay more than $121,000 in back pay
to its employees.
A U.S. District Court judge ordered El
Mirasol Bakery to pay $100,000 in over-
time back wages following a lawsuit
filed in Tampa by the U.S. Department
of Labor.
The penalty included $21,749 in
interest
The lawsuit resulted from an investi-
gation by the department's Wage and
Hour Division that found between Janu-
ary 2000 and January 2002, El Mirasol
failed to pay 147 low-wage employees
who worked 40 hours in a work week the
proper overtime rate, according to a
statement issued by the department.
The federal Fair Labor Standards Act, or
FLSA, requires that companies pay
employees time and one-half their
regular rate for every hour more than 40
hours in a work week.
El Mirasol has a storefront at 1419
Collins St. and an office and production


"We try to do our best
here and don't try to steal
anything from anyone."
LUIS RAMOS
Controller, El Mirasol Bakery
facility at 4008 Airport Road. Most of the
employees involved work or worked in
baking and production, which takes
place at both facilities, said Barry Lenz,
district director of Department of
Labor's Tampa district.
The investigation also found that El
Mirasol failed to keep accurate
employee records, also a violation of the
labor act.
El Mirasol elected to pay in an install-
ment plan, with an initial payment of
$5,932 and 24 monthly installments of
$4,825 to the Labor Department, which
will distribute the money to the bakery's
current and former employees.
The judgment also prohibits El Mira-
sol from future violations of the federal
law.
Officials wouldn't say whether they
were tipped off to the violations or
whether they were found during a
random inspection.


Lenz said it is extremely rare that such
a case goes to court.
"Normally in any investigation we
conduct the employerwill agree to what
we've come up with and we'll be able to
resolve it," Lenz said. "In this case, they
felt they did not owe the money and the
only way to resolve it was to go to
court."
Luis Ramos, El Mirasol's controller,
faults an employee leasing company
that El Mirasol used at the time of the
violations.
Ramos said an indemnification clause
in the leasing company's contract pre-
vents it from being held liable for the
errors. Still, El Mirasol tried to defend
itself in court.
Now Ramos is in charge of payroll.
"We try to do our best here and don't
try to steal anything from anyone," he
said.
Guillermo Gama, owner of El Mirasol,
said payroll errors were made and
agreed that there was some money
owed to employees but not nearly the
amount alleged by the Labor Depart-
ment.
"We had a few things that we did
wrong, but I think we got an unfair
deal," Gama said.


GOING PLACES

Tanner appointed intern
Ebony L Tanner of Plant
City has been named an
intern for Country Insurance
& Financial Services, Bloo-
mnington, Il., in the
information department. She
is pursuing a major in tech-
nology from Illinois State
University, Normal.
She is the daughter of
Johnny and Jessie James of
Plant City.

Ashe is new child care
coordinator at YMCA
Sarah Ashe is the new
Child Care Coordinator at
the Plant City YMCA's Youth
Extension Site.
Ashe received her associa-
te's degree in early childhood
education from Hillsborough
Community College in 1988.
She also attended Learey
Tech where she received
training in behavioral obser-
vation, special needs and
elementary age children.


IN UNIFORM


BRIGGS


, / Photo courtesy John Dicks

Military time
Jarod Dicks, shown with Vice
Adm. Rodney P. Rempt,
superintendent of the U.S.
Naval Academy, has success-
fully completed the plebe
summer portion of his first
year at the academy in
Annapolis, Md. Dicks qualified
as a sharpshooter in handgun
and rifle. He was also named
to the sailing team, allowing
him to devote some time
practicing competitive sailing
each afternoon. "I thought all
this time that he was studying
calculus," said Dicks' father,
City Commissioner John Dicks.

Bedolla
Navy Airman Apprentice
Ryan J. Bedolla recently com-
pleted U.S. Navy basic training
at Recruit Training Command,
Great Lakes, Ill.
Bedolla is a 2004 graduate of
Durant High School. He is the
son of Tracy S. Kelly of Plant
City and Jeff N. Bedolla of
Columbus, Ohio,

Hancock
Navy Petty'Officer 3rd Class
Wayne E. Hancock recently
returned from a seven-month
deployment to the Arabian
Gulf and Mediterranean Sea.
Hancock's wife, Kimberly, is
the daughter of Dolores Pitts
of Plant City.


Continued From Page 8
through my kid's school
years, Mom's helpers Jean
Ann Davenport and Candy
Owens, along with Erin
Cullins and my daughter-in-
law Meg, hosted a small
wedding shower.
Betty Watkins serenaded
on the piano, bringing back
lots of Roux Street memories
(Happy Anniversary Betty and
Leroy). To my surprise, my
twin sister from Naples drove
up just for the party. Before
my daughters left town, they
raided my closet, but I didn't
mind at all. I do the same
when I visit them.
I wouldn't have changed
one thing (except maybe 2-
year-old Campbell's temper
tantrum during lunch at the
Cheesecake Factory because
we had Ellie in the stroller.


The only jittery thing about
the weekend was when we
passed the three little Hardee
boys' "Rat House," their
house in the historic district
decorated for Halloween.
Great job, LaShawn!
LaShawn has a keen eye for
what little boys like and fdr
design. She owns her own
graphic design company,
Liquid Designs, in the Plant
City downtown Arcade, and
works with a dynamite
graphic designer, Brian
Taylor. Check out their new
Web site at www.liquiddesig-
ns4u.com.


Little boys might be into
cats and rats for Halloween,
but adults go for masquerade
parties. Unity in the Commu-
nity will hold a Masquerade/
Costume Gala Dinner/
Dancing on Oct. 30th at the
Plant City Community Bingo
Building (corner of Arden
Mays Boulevard and Palmer
Street).


'Tis the season for things creepy-crawly, and the Hardee house has been ratted out.


For information contact I
Joyce Jordan at 752-1275 or
unityinplantcity@aol.com.
Also, the Bluegrass, Gospel &
Oldies Extravaganza that was
canceled because of the storm
will be held Nov. 13 at 7 p.m.
after Pioneer Day, at the 1914
High School. Call Joyce for
information.
,....

I've been hearing a few
storm stories and I am proud
to live in such a friendly town.
Barb Jackson was telling me
that her neighbors, the
Powells, ran extension cords
across the street, sharing their
generator with several
neighbors, allowing them not
to lose the contents of their
freezer and refrigerator.
Our neighbors, the Hol-
brooks, whose oak tree fell in
our back yard crushing our
fence, called and offered to
help pay for cleanup and a
new fence. A couple members
of the First Methodist Church


chainsaw gang had already
been on the scene, but the
offer was sure appreciated.
Thank you Mike Cameron
and Bruce Bullard who
brought over a scuba diving
tank which enabled us to
aerate our koi pond.


Autumn is bringing
changes to downtown.
McClellan's Barber Shop is
being converted into an
antique shop. Roger and Joy
will be missed, but they have
relocated to Lakeland, near
the Geico complex, and hope
their customers won't mind
the six-mile drive to the new
shop.
I understand the Whistle
Stop Cafe is under new
ownership and the old
White's Drug Store will soon
be a law office and English tea
room, which will be the third
tea room in our small town.


I was talking to Shirley
Elston who reminded me that
so many families seem to be
experiencing difficulties or
sickness. Just as I'm sure it is
with many of you, when I hear
someone is having a rough
time, my prayers go up and
my thoughts go out to the
family.
I can remember going
through a tough time myself
and my mother's best friend
called one day to say her 95-
year-old uncle in Georgia,
whom I had never met,
remembered me every
morning in his breakfast
prayer. One of my favorite
verses is the one about God
bottling up our prayers in
heaven they are like sweet
incense to him. What a
wonderful thought!
Tell me what's changing in
your life. Send items to
gabylee@aol.com or mail
them to The Courier, c/o Betty
Briggs, 101 N. Wheeler St.,
Plant City, FL 33566.





12 THE COURIER OCTOBER 14,2004


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Old,

Something

New'
A Musical Revue performed by
Liz Stewart Performance Studio

Friday, Oct. 15 and 22
Saturday, Oct. 16 and 23
Social 6:30 p.m. Dinner 7 p.m.
Show 8 p.m.

Center Place, 619Vonderburg Drive, Brandon
(Next to the Brandon Library)


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Pacific and Oklahoma! Act Two will
feature songs from "Contemporary"
Broadway such as: Songs For A New
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Wicked, Brooklyn and more.

A buffet dinner will be provided
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sponsoring a "Call to Pray"
event on Oct. 15 at 7 p.m. at
the Cornerstone Center, 315
N. Collins St.
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Pam Malone, founders of Pray
SUSA. There will be prayers for
the upcoming election and for
the Plant City community
The public is invited.
Call: Norm Blanton, 752-
4671.

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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. Apump-
kin contest will provide prizes
for the winners in the scariest,
funniest, and most original
categories. Pumpkins can be
carved, painted, etc., and need
to be brought to the contest
already decorated. A dinner
plate of roast pork, potato
salad, baked beans, roll, and a
variety of beverages will be
available.
Call: 754-6064.


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McCall Park, historic downtown
Plant City. Use 1-4 exits 19, 21 or 22.
For information, call 813-754-3707 or
1-800-760-2315.


Downtown shops and restaurants
open late.


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* '79 and older cars and trucks
* Antiques, hot rods, customs and classics
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Boone
Alvin B. Boone, 75, of Plant
City died Oct. 3.
He was lifelong resident of
Plant City and a U.S. Army Air
Force veteran of World War II.
Boone was an escort driver
and a Baptist. He was a life
member of Lakeland Elks
Lodge 1291, and member of
the Moose Lodge and Ameri-
can Legion.
He is survived by two daugh-
ters, Linda Davenport of
Hudson and Debra Howard of
Plant City; his longtime
companion Carol Robertson of
Lakeland; four grandchildren;
and five great-grandchildren.


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Willard E. Brinson of of
Spring Hill, formerly of Plant
City, died Oct. 1.
He was born in Hahirn, Ga.,
and moved to Spring Hill from
Plant City in 1985.
He worked as a plasterer in
the construction trade and
was a Protestant.
He is survived by his wife,
Nadine; three daughters,
Cathy Alexander of Quitman,
Ga., Wendy Clemons of
See DEATHS, Page 13


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Tickets are available at the Plant City Chamber of Commerce,
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Brooksville and Crystal of
Clearwater; two brothers, Jack
and Jimmy, both of Valdosta,
Ga.; three sisters, Peggy
Williams of Quitman and Ber-
nice Loman and Pat Spires,
both of Wasilla; and four
grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Campbell
Carl E. Campbell, 76, of
Plant City died Oct. 5.
He was born in Greenup


County, Kentucky.
He was a longtime member
of the Walden Lake Golf and
Country Club. He is survived
by a son, Robert; three daugh-
ters, Gloria Shaw, Susan
Grover and Elaine Dohms; 13
grandchildren and 14 great
grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.
Chain
Thomas W. Chain, 66, of
Plant City died Sept. 28.
He was born in Alliance,
Ohio, and was an Army vet-
eran of the Vietnam era.
He worked in tree stump


removal and attended McIn-
tosh Christian Church.
He is survived by a brother,
Wendell L. of Walland, Tenn.;
and a sister, Barbara Hoyler of
Brunswick, Ohio.
Haught Funeral Home.

Dossey
Retired Air Force Lt. Col.
Ernest Dossey, 82, of Weather-
ford, Texas, died Oct. 3.
He was born in Lithia, and
was a resident of Weatherford
for many years. He was a
World War II Army Air Force
pilot, helicopter instructor,
and was a teacher of American
history for many years.


Dossey was a member of
the First Baptist Church in
Weatherford where he served
as a deacon.
He is survived by his wife of
60 years, Doris; three daugh-
ters, Brenda Sue Fast of Van-
couver, Wash., Becky Putnam
of McKinney, Texas, and
Cheryl K. Smith of Weather-
ford; seven grandchildren;
and five great-grandchildren.
Galbraith-Pickard Funeral
Chapel, Weatherford.

Hart
Alvis Wyse Hart, 72, of Plant
City died Sept. 30.
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asville, Ga., and was a resident
of this area for many years.
She was a certified nursing
assistant and attended the
Assembly of God Church in
Thomas County, Ga.
She is survived by two sons,
Cecil L. Stanaland and Robert
A. Stanaland, both of Plant
City; four daughters, Charlotte
M. Browning and Norma J.
Floyd, both of Plant City, Pat-
ricia V. Velez of Dover and Jan
Bridgewater of Seffner; 20
grandchildren; and 18 great-
grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.
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DEATHS


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Penrose
William P. Penrose, 57, of
Plant City died Oct. 4.
He was born in Brooklyn,
N.Y., and came here from
Little Falls, N.Y., in 1970.
He was a retired master ser-
geant in the U.S. Air Force,
having served 25 years.
He participated in the Viet-
nam War and Operation
Desert Storm.
Penrose was past president
of the Greater Brandon
Republican Club, past presi-
dent of the Tampa Bay Writers
Alliance, executive vice presi-
dent of the Florida Motion
Picture & Television Associa-
tion and he volunteered for
Sun & Fun Federal Aviation
Association seminars.


He is survived by his
mother, Mary of Plant City;
four brothers, John, Daniel,
Raymond and Kevin, all of
Plant City; and three sisters,
Helen Vail and Kate Gaglioti,
both of New York, and Moriah
Hill of Lakeland.
Haught Funeral Home.

Redman
Madeline M. Redman, 95, of
Plant City died Oct. 4.
She was born in Augusta,
Ga., and came here from
South Carolina in 1928.
She was a homemaker and
attended First Baptist Church.
She was a charter member
of the Lions Auxiliary and
member of the Garden Club.
She is survived by a son,
James L. of Plant City; three
grandchildren; and nine great-
grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.


Taylor
Dozier W. Taylor, 99, of
Plant City died Oct. 2.
He was born in Andalusia,
Ala., and came here from Ala-
bama in 1948.
Taylor was a farmer and
attended Primitive Baptist
Church. He is survived by four
sons, James, Alfred and Albert,
all of Plant City, and John of
Gibsonton; a daughter, Gwen
Newberry of Eagle Lake; a
brother, Waco of Andalusia;
two sisters, Grace Evans of
Andalusia and Myrt Jones of
Auburn, Ala.; 11 grandchil-
dren; 21 great-grandchildren;
and seven great-great-grand-
children. Wells Memorial
Funeral Home.

Torrez
Gloria Torrez, 52, of Dover
died Oct. 5.
She was born in Villa de


Fuente, Coahuila, Mexico, and
came here from Eagle Pass,
Texas, in 1979.
She worked in production
at Tampa Bay Fisheries and
was a Eucharistic minister at
St. Clement Catholic Church.
She is survived by a
daughter, Maria Mejia of
Dover; her parents, Manuel
Rogue and Margarita Gonza-
lez of Eagle Pass; three broth-
ers, Manuel Rogue and Rogilo
Rogue, both of Texas, and
Carlos Rogue of Florida; and
four sisters, Marisela Romo of
Florida, Carmen Chavez of
Plant City, Rosa Friaz of
Mexico and Nora Smith of
Lakeland.
Haught Funeral Home.

Wacaser
Regina Evers Wacaser, 92, of
Lakeland died Oct. 4.
She was born in Detroit and


was a lunchroom manager for
the School District of Hills-
borough County for 22 years.
She was a charter member
of the Brandon Hospital Auxi-
liary, a member of the Order of
the Eastern Star, Lakeside
Baptist Church, and president
of the Band Parents Associa-
tion at Turkey Creek High
School for 21 years.
She is survived by two sons,
Ross E. Evers of Orlando and
Thomas C. Evers of Tampa;
five daughters, Ida M. Averett,
Dorothy M. Myers and Thelma
E. Sherling, all of Lakeland,
Paula L. Brogan of Middleburg
and Helen E. Jarvis of Dover; a
niece, Bonnie Mittlestadt of
Bloomfield Hills, Mich.; seven
stepchildren; 26 grandchil-
dren; 32 great-grandchildren;
and a great-great-grandchild.
Hillsboro Memorial Funeral
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BIRTHS

South Florida Baptist Hospital
July 1
A daughter, Je'niya Ka'Le-
sha Herden, to Karen Herden
of Plant City.
July 2
A son, Austin Ray Cook, to
Brandi Colquhoun and Eric
Cook of Plant City.
A son, Montaevion Tavan
Leviso, to Fantara Holmes of
Plant City.
July 3
A daughter, Indiyah Charde
Ruth, to Satarla and Jeffrey
Ruth of Plant City.
July 6
A daughter, Cassandra
Bravo, to Sandra Pedroza and
Norman G. Bravo of Plant
City.

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July 6
A daughter, Tatiana Rebecca
Ramirez, to kelly Zavrala and
Oscar Ramirez of Plant City.
July 8
A son, Jose Claudio Garcia
Jr., to Luz C. and Jose C. Garcia
of Plant City.
A daughter, Betzaida Her-
nandez, to Angelica Reyna and
Manuel G. Hernandez of Plant
City.
July 10
A son, Joseph James Tin-
dale, to Ruth and Joseph Tin-
dale of Plant City.
July 19
A son, Cason Dale Bailey, to
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The Plant City Chamber of Commerce hosts
the Strawberry Classic Car Show in downtown
near McCall Park on the third Saturday of every
month from 4 to 9 p.m.
The next show will be Oct. 16.

Oktoberfest
The First United Methodist Church of Plant
City will host an Oktoberfest Oct. 16 in the
Wesley Centre, which is at Reynolds and
Wheeler streets.
The event will begin with the United Meth-
odist Women's rummage and craft sale at 8
a.m.
The ribbon cutting to officially re-open
Mahoney Street and the First United Methodist
campus will begin at 10 a.m.
There will be activities for children and a
bratwurst dinner at 5 p.m. The cost is $4.50 per
adult and $3 per child with a $12 maximum per
family.
At 7 p.m. a free concert will feature the
Southern Star Bluegrass Band, the Youth Praise
Band and the Contemporary Praise Team.
Call: 754-3519.

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. 16 car
show.
Call: 752-1275.

Pancake breakfast
Plant City Girl Scout Troop 1187 will host a
pancake breakfast fundraiser Oct. 16 from 7 to
11 .a.m. at Trinity United Methodist, 402 W.
English St.
Cost is $5 for all you can eat.
Proceeds will benefit the troop's planned
trip to Switzerland in 2007.
Call: 752-6773.

Golf tourney
The Plant City Optimist Club will present the
Plant City Recreation & Parks Department Golf
Tournament Oct. 16 at the Plant City Golf
Course, 3102 Coronet Road.
Call: Jim Garrison, 293-2181.

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Kids' Night Out rain date
The Plant City Junior Woman's Club has
rescheduled its "Kids' Night Out" for Oct. 18
from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Union Station Train
Depot in downtown Plant City. The event was
canceled last week due to inclement weather.
The evening of free games and activities will
include a jumping tent, face painting, music,
police and fire department displays, the South
Florida Baptist Hospital Wellness on Wheels
bus, a sponge-a-teacher booth, puppets and
more.
Call: Katie Sparkman, 757-2447, or Mary
Buzza 759-0946.

WEDNESDAY
Putnam's rep to meet constituents
A caseworker from the office of U.S. Rep.
Adam Putnam will be available to meet with
constituents of the 12th Congressional District
Oct. 20 from 9:30 to 10 a.m. at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St. in Plant City
Constituents who are experiencing problems
with Social Security, Medicare, Department of
Veterans Affairs or other federal agencies may
meet with the caseworker. Bring any written
information or documentation that will allow
the caseworker to provide assistance.
Others who wish to express their views on
any national issues are also encouraged to
meet with the caseworker.
Call: (863) 534-3530.

Dinner theater
Star Productions will present "Showtime," a
dinner theater production, Oct. 20-21 at the
Parkside Cafe, 101 E. J. Arden Mays Blvd.
Dinner will be at 7 p.m., show time at 8.
Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at
Parkside.
Call: Al Cohen, 707-0788.
PLAN AHEAD
Barbecue dinner
The Woman's Club of Plant City will host a
barbecue dinner to support its scholarship
fund Oct. 21 from 5 to 8 p.m. at its clubhouse,
1110 N. Wheeler St. Tickets are $7.
Call: 659-4361.
Spaghetti supper
Trinity United Methodist Church, 402 W.
English St., will host a spaghetti supper Oct. 22
from 4:30 to 7 p.m.
Salad will be served with Italian bread,
homemade desserts, coffee, tea and lemonade.
Cost is $5 for adults and $3 for children 6 to
10 years old.
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little ones unsupervised, especially in
the tub. Store all medications, cleaning
products, mouthwashes, scissors and
razors out of reach. Use extra caution
with electrical appliances and remember
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outlets are covered with child safety
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of Commerce president Marion Smith.
"A lot of the small businesses are suf-
fering because people have spent a lot
of their disposable income on food
and plywood, and with the large (busi-
nesses), productivity is down."
Business owners around the city
agreed the storms have affected
would-be customers in a number of
ways. Even with the storms that didn't
hit this area but at one point threat-
ened to, the distraction and flurry to
batten down diverts attention and
resources away from consuming.
"When it comes down to the matter
of survival or shopping, you don't go
shopping," said B.J. Martino, manager
of Family & Friends Antiques and Col-
lectibles on Collins Street.
Businesses in the downtown district
took a hit because of the timing of the
storms. Frances and Jeanne came on
the weekend, and resulted in the
cancellation of the chamber of com-
merce's monthly Bike Fest and the
Antiques Street Fair in September.
Ed Hampson of Pieces of Olde Anti-
ques on Collins Street estimates that
business is down as much as 80 per-
cent from this time last year.
"We just haven't had the foot traf-
fic," Hampson said.
"Not only were (storms) on the
weekend, but they were on our busiest
weekends," said Mark Rose, owner of
Shelby's Restaurant, Jacob's Java and
the new Bella Rosa, all located in the
Lee Building on Reynolds Street.
Rose said that his business already
fights the challenge of location. Many
people either don't know about his
businesses or don't come downtown
to eat, but he had been making pro-
gress.
Now clientele are just not coming
out to eat, he said.
"Everything was going fine until the
hurricanes hit," he said. "It put the
brakes on, so to speak."
The effect trickles down to employ-
ees' pocketbooks.
Octopus Car Wash lost more than a
week's worth of business due to the
hurricanes, leaving employees idle,
said Kelli Yvonne, head cashier.
"When we close, they don't get paid,
so itts hard," Yvonne said.

'Devastating'
The heavy rains from Frances and
high winds of Jeanne brought physical
damage, too.
Mia Roach, owner of Mia's Place on
Thonotosassa Road, pulled up to the
historic home where she runs a gift
shop and offers private parties to find a
massive oak had fallen and damaged a
portion of the house.
The damage was minor, but it added
insult to the injury of a hurricane
season that Roach said has been "dev-
astating" for her business.
"People are just not in that partying
mode," Roach said.
At Holly Lane Tree Farm, owners
Ann and Don Parrish said they lost
about 20 percent of their inventory of
crepe myrtles, oaks and magnolias due


DIGEST
Continued From Page 5
in Scouts. They have a lot of history
together the troop, now in its eighth
year, started together as Brownies.
Most of them started high school this
year.
"The girls are at that age where it's
not cool to be a Girl Scout," Harrer
said. "I just don't want them to quit. I
tell them I want to go to their gradua-
tions and weddings and they look at
me and go, 'Aww, Miss Mar.'"
It would be a loss both for them and
for the community, Harrer said. The
Scouts have performed a number of
service projects in their pursuit for
badges and awards, such as volunteer-


Plant City builder LaRoyce Keene said he has lost as much as two months time on the projects he currently has under
construction, including this home off Old Mulberry Road.


to wind damage from Hurricane
Jeanne and the inability to properly
water their 25 acres of trees during the
subsequent six days without power.
"It's been a lot more work," Ann Par-
rish said. "We've had to stop other
work and do damage repair. Some
things are just not sellable."
Farmers and other agricultural busi-
nesses around have dealt with flooding
and the lost time associated with the
storms. Jeanne hit after most straw-
berry farmers, already behind sched-
ule, had prepped their beds with
plastic, forcing them to use more pre-
cious time for repair.
Another sector hit hard by the
storms. Contractors working on
homes, for example, have lost hours of
time for storm preparation and repair.
Supplies such as plywood become
sparse and costlier as they are redi-
rected to other areas, and subcontrac-
tors are harder to come by and more
expensive because they are off in
other, more heavily damaged areas
where they are paid a premium, said
LaRoyce Keene, owner of LaRoyce
Keene Builders, which offers custom
commercial and residential
construction.
"It's just played havoc with us," said
Keene, who had 11 homes in different
stages of construction during the last
two months. "We've had two months
of boarding up and taking down."
Contractors must also be wary of
mold. When rough weather soaks a


ing at the Planteen's Kids' Night and
organizing a lock-in at Trinity United
Methodist.
For those who think they make a
killing on cookie sales, think again.
While the troop does make money
from the sales, much of the revenue
goes to the Girl Scouts of the USA.
"We're already at the top of cookie
sales in Plant City and we're still not
making enough profit," Harrer said.
Harrer is considering other fund-
raising ideas such as a car wash,
though she hears that's a lot of hard,
wet work for little money. Still, she is
convinced pancake breakfasts could
work if more people came.
"If we filled the room, then that's
100 people times five dollars," she
said. "That would be very good."


framed-in house, it increases the pos-
sibility that mold could show up later,
and the builder would be liable.
But perhaps the biggest factor,
Keene said, is the loss of time. He
showed a reporter around a large,
custom home south of the city limits
last week that should nearly be com-
pleted by now, but it could be Decem-
ber before the owners can move in.
When working under contract, that
kind of delay can be expensive, Keene
said, and has lopped thousands off his
bottom line for this year.
There are less tangible effects, too.
"The moral of my guys is at an all-
time low," Keene said.
Help available
The U.S. Small Business Administra-
tion provides low-interest disaster
loans to businesses of all sizes to repair
physical damage. So-called "economic
injury" loans are available for busi-
nesses unable to pay bills or meet
operation expenses because of lower
productivity related to the storms.
The administration set up 34 disas-
ter recovery centers in the state, but
not in Hillsborough because it wasn't
as badly hit as other areas, said Brenda
Eighmey, manager of the county's
Small Business Information Center, or
SBIC, in Tampa.
Because of that, the information
center is acting as a "clearinghouse of
information," Eighmey said. Counse-
lors are informing business owners


Duck!
Dodgeball's coming your way at the
Plant City Family YMCA.
Yes, Josh Kiper, the Y's new program
director, is seeking teams to play that
game that struck fear into the hearts of-
many a child has come to the Y. But
this time it's for ages 18 and older.
"Everybody remembers it," Kiper
said. "My dad wants to play. It's kind of
reliving the past."
Kiper hopes to have enough teams
to be able to have a tournament sched-
ule, but will start the games if 15
people, enough for two teams, sign up
to play. Games will be in the Y's gym-
nasium.
Deadline for entry is Nov. 1, play


about the assistance available and
helping fill out paperwork that will be
filed to the SBA.
"We've just never gone through
anything like this before and so people
aren't sure what's available to them,'
Eighmey said. "People don't know that
(aid) is not just for if your roof came
off."
Eighmey said the first thing business
owners must do is call to register with
the Federal Emergency Management
Agency. Then she encouraged them to
contact the information center, which
would help to facilitate communica-
tion and paperwork filing with the
Small Business Administration. "What
we're finding is. the SBA is very busy
and people are having a hard time get-
ting through," she said.
Eighmey said the center will con-
tinue to recommend a strategy it had
advocated to businesses even before
this hurricane season the creation of
a "go box," a portable file that has per-
tinent information that can be used
later to file for assistance after a disas-
ter.
"We want to help them realize this
can happen at any time. Be prepared,"
she said.
Call the Hillsborough County Small
Business Information Center at 914-
4028. Call FEMA at 1-800-621-3362. Or
visit the U.S. Small Business Adminis-
tration's Web site at www.sba.gov/
disaster.


starts Nov. 8 and will be every Monday
evening. Game time hasn't been
determined.
Kiper, who has secured the official
dodgeball rules, said a kickball will be
used it's not too hard, and not too
soft.
Teams will stand on either side of a
line and fire the ball back and forth. No
aiming for the head, please, even if
your spouse, sibling or archenemy is
on the other team.
"I think the official rules say if you
get hit in the head you're still out. I
may knock that out to keep people
honest," Kiper said.
Contact Kiper at the Y, 757-6677.

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SPORTS


District Action Slated To Heat Up For Area Athletes Next Week


REGION TOURNAMENT
BERTHS AT STAKE
Staff Report
Though its spotless record in district
tournament play is in severe jeopardy,
the Durant volleyball team can still
earn a playoff berth when the Class 6A-
District 6 tourney starts next week at
the Cougar gymnasium.
District play starts next week in all
fall sports but football, meaning next
week could be the last of the season for
some in volleyball, golf, swimming and
cross country.
Durant has never failed to win a dis-


trict volleyball tournament, but Sara-
sota Riverview has proved to be very
difficult to beat this year. The Rams,
ranked No. 4 in the state, are the top
seed while Durant is seeded second.
Both teams get a bye into the semifi-
nals. Both teams that reach the district
final game will advance to the regional
tournament, but the district champion
gets home court for at least one round
of the playoffs.
Monday night at 6, Tampa Riverview
takes on Bloomingdale in the first
match. Then at 7:30, Plant City battles
No. 3-seed Sarasota. The Plant City-
Sarasota winner takes on Durant Tues-
day night at 7:30. The district final is
Oct. 21.


Lurking at the bottom of Durant's
region is Spanish River, No. 2 in the
state and the defending 6A champion.
Spanish River knocked the Cougars
out of the region tournament last
season.
Also on Monday, the Durant and
Plant City boys golf teams will be play-
ing their district tournament at Winter
Haven's Willbrook Golf Club. Class 2A-
District 6 contains 15 teams from Hills-
borough and Polk counties, with the
top four teams moving on to regional
play.
The girls district meet is on Wednes-
day at Summerfield Country Club.
Next Wednesday at Lakewood
Ranch, the Raider and Cougar cross


country teams run in the heat of the
day in the Class 4A-District 3 meet. The
girls start at 4:30 p.m. and the boys
follow at 5.
Sixteen schools covering Hills-
borough, Pinellas and the Bradenton-
Sarasota areas converge for the event.
The regional cross country meet is
also at Lakewood Ranch.
And next Friday at Bobby Hicks Pool
in Tampa, the Class 3A-District 4 swim
meet takes place. Durant and Plant
City are grouped with six other Hills-
borough County teams and Lakeland.
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Raiders Drop Homecoming


Game, Still In Playoff Hunt


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Plant City High School's Derrick Hallback, above, looks for open ground on a
second-half kickoff during the Raiders' 35-27 loss to Brandon Friday night.
Hallback had a monster night for Plant City, rushing for 225 yards and two
touchdowns but it wasn't enough to overcome an explosive Brandon team. In
five games, Hallback has run for 768 yards on 128 carries, or six yards per carry,
and 11 touchdowns. Above right, the stands at Raider Stadium were packed for
an entertaining football shootout that was televised on Bright House Networks
Channel 47. it was also Plant City's homecoming game. The Raiders go to East
Bay High Friday for their next game.


Durant Treats Dreadnaughts

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a couple of turnovers last week and
they cost us."
Brandon was not stopped in the first
half, jumping out to a 21-10 lead and
holding on to win, 35-27. Plant City (3-
2, 2-1 in 5A-7) played very well offen-
sively led by Derrick Hallback's
highlight-reel performance, a good
show for the TV audience on Bright
House Networks Channel 47. Espe-
cially scintilating was his 66-yard
touchdown run in the third quarter
that cut Brandon's lead to 21-17.
Then the Raiders defense, with the
homecoming crowd at Raider Stadium
roaring its support, came up with a big
stuff on fourth down, with linebacker
Scott Nelson getting the first hit and a
swarm of Raiders following 'close,
See RAIDERS, Page 20


that was the Dreadnaught's
(iclosest" call. Lakeland's ave-
rage score has been about 48-
11.
Chris Rainey, just a sopho-
more, is averaging a ridiculous
18.8 yards per carry from the
running-back spot. Last week
against Riverview, on only
seven carries, Rainey ran for
216 yards and three touch-
downs. He added a pair of
touchdown receptions, giving
him five TI)s for the game.
And the talent doesn't stop
there. Lakeland's quarterback
Chris Griffin can run and
throw and has plenty of tar-
gets not named Rainey.
"They're so diverse, that's
the thing that strikes you,"
Gottman said. "They can do
anything they want, and
defensively they're very fast,
especially their inside line-
backers."
Again, that's tough not to
think about but Durant- will
have to do it. It's a good week
for Durant to be feeling the
best about itself defensively
coming off Friday's 24-14 win
against Wharton.
In that game the Cougar
defense had a shutout going
through three quarters, pre-
venting Wharton from two
scoring chances deep in
Durant territory and ending
two other drives with fumble
recoveries.


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Durant running back Matt Stwan struggled for yardage against Wharton Friday, but the Cougar
defense made several key stops in a 24-14 victory at Ron Frost Stadium.


But the Wildcats, down 17-0
entering the fourth after a 98-
yard touchddown drive by
Durant, scored a pair of touch-
downs and had the ball back
with plenty of time to score
again. That's when Durant
ended things, finally, with
Taylor Jordan making a sack
on fourth down.
Frank D'Amico earned
player-of-the-game honors
for his defensive efforts.


On offense, Matt Stwan was
the focal point for Wharton;
and he was held to 74 yards
and one touchdown, his
lowest production of the
season. However Michael
Baughman picked up some
extra carries and scored two
touchdowns, including one in
the final minute. Durant is 4-1
with the victory.
Durant is two years removed
from a win against Lakeland


that propelled the Cougars to
their first district title, and
despite losing to the 'Naughts
last season the Cougars were
able to repeat as district
champions.
Simply put, Durant must
win Friday to have a shot at
three in a row. A loss. would
make second place the only
method of attaining a playoff
berth for the Cougars, who are
See DURANT, Pagd 20


TRAVEL TO EAST BAY FRIDAY
ByDAREKSHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Anyone who attended Friday's Plant
City-Brandon football game at Raider
Stadium and there were a lot who did
- can attest that Plant City played well
enough to win but was hurt by a couple
of costly plays.
But, as Raider head coach Todd
Long says, that's how life is in Class 5A-
District 7. If the Raiders want to avoid a
second straight district loss, they will
have to cut out those mistakes when
they visit East Bay this week.
"We're going to have three games in
a row here where it may come down to
a couple of plays," Long said. "We had


PLAY IST-PLACE
LAKELAND FRIDAY
ByDAREKSHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
When the- intimidating
atmosphere of Bryant Sta-
dium hits them and out come
the Lakeland Dreadnaughts, it
will best serve the Durant
football team not to think too
hard.
Spending too much time
doting on how good Lakeland
is probably won't help the
Cougars focus on what they
must do to have a chance at
victory.
"That's the key going in
there," said Durant head
coach Mike Gottman. "You've
got to try not to get caught up
in everything going on around
you and focus on what you
have to do."
It will take a lot to beat the
Dreadnaughts, who have
taken fairly good district
teams in Clasg 5A-District 7
and laid them to waste. The
latest example came last
Friday when Lakeland, by its
2004 standards, struggled and
still beat Riverview, 43-7.
Lakeland is 3-0 in the dis-
trict, with East Bay in second
place at 3- 1. The only East Bay
loss all season was to Lake-
land, by knockout, 42-13. And





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HUBERKT CUNL/IStan photos

Lap by lap
Left, Plant City High freshman Stephanie Barker sets the pace in the 500-
meter freestyle race during the Raiders-Cougars swim meet at Brandon Sports
and Aquatic Center last week. Barker, who twice set school records in the
butterfly earlier this season, won the 500 free in just under 5 minutes and 30
seconds. She is unbeaten this year in the event. Plant City's girls won the meet,
92-75, while Durant's boys beat the Raiders, 111-53. Above, Raider junior Marah
Dolan swims the butterfly leg of the girls 200-meter individual medley event.
Dolan won with a time of 2:32:58.


DURANT
Continued From Page 19
2-1 in district and tied with
Plant City for third place.
"We are treating it like a
state championship game,"
Gottman said. "They have so
much speed, they want to play
an up-tempo game and have
those cannons going off the
whole time. We want to con-
trol the football when we have
it, slow things down. It's hard
to say it, but we almost want it
to be a boring game."


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Continued From Page 19
behind. With all the momen-
tum, Plant City fumbled the
ball away two plays later.
Brandon scored next, but
the Raiders cut it to 28-25 on
another spectacular touch-
down with quarterback Jason,
Brown completing a 32-yard
pass to Phillip Whigham, who
dove and caught the ball in the
end zone.
Again the Eagles answered
with a TD, but the Raiders
were less than one yard from
cutting the gap again when
Brown trying to stretch the
ball for the goal line lost con-
trol and fumbled.
Brown otherwise played
well, passing for more than
100 yards, running for another
50 and also doing a masterful
job on option pitches to Hal-
lback. Fullback Ryan Taylor


added some key yards for
Plant City.
"Derrick gave us a lot of 10-,
15-yard gains last year, but
now he's getting the breaka-
way runs. And I think a lot of
that has to do with his running
track last year," Long said. "He
got faster, and he's just a
better runner."
Against Brandon, the Raid-
ers ran for more than 300
yards, but so did the Eagles,
who got themselves back into
the 5A-7 race. With games
upcoming against Lakeland
and Durant, and East Bay
holding a 3-1 district mark
while already playing the afo-
rementioned teams, Plant City
is almost in a must-win situa-
tion this Friday.
East Bay earned its current
second-place standing by


beating Durant and shutting
Riverview out, and last week
after a slow start the Indians
topped Bloomingdale, 31-14.
Fullback Randy Merell, after
missing a game with an
injured ankle, started the
scoring with an 85-yard burst
and ended with 169 yards.
Quarterback Brandon Zack-
ery has been the key to the
Indians' wishbone offense. It
was last year against Plant City
when Zackery broke his leg,
and the Raiders won, 21-0.
Though the Raiders were
successful in shutting East Bay
down in that game, Long has
instead been showing his
team tapes of this year's Indi-
ans squad.
"That's because they're
doing a few different things,"


he said. "They run some plays
to specifically get (Zackery)
the ball."
A loss to East Bay would
mean the Raiders would have
to beat Durant and Lakeland,
and hope for either Lakeland
or East Bay to pick up another
loss along the way.
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Brandon, which also feels like
its back in the picture with two
district losses, and a game
remaining against East Bay.
"Brandon's still in it, I
think," Long said. "There are
all kinds of must-wins in this
district this year."
The game at East Bay was
originally on some schedules
as a Thursday contest, but
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
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BOR6UGH COUNTY, FLORI-
DA
Case No: 04-DR-15794
Division R
Mary JewelTruman,
Petit loner
and
John Tounsin Truman,
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE
TO: John Tounsin Truman
who address is unknown.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed
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Jewel Truman whose ad-
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CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
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only. Call 954-938-5155
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3br,2ba, CHA, new carpet
& paint, screened porch,
big yard. $94,900. Lease
op tion poss. 661-2026
813-956-6871 956-6872
You can unload your
washer with an ad in ap-
pliances, class 416.


East
104 1Hillsborough

HISTORIC
DISTRICT, Plant City
Brand New Home 3/2,
903 W. McLendon, Many
upgrades, kitchen light-
ing, app tile, carpet,
large LR DP aundry
front porch Lots of
shady. 813-763-0872
PLANT CITY
Historical District
3br/2ba w/den or office,
arts & crafts bungalow,
I lot, newly remod.,
TpIc. Also could be du-
plex of 2/1 $ 1/1.
174,900.813-650-8582.
RIVERVIEW 12-4 Sun. Oct.
313210 Prestwick Drive;
4/2/2, ti e floors, vault-
ed clgs., tiled lanai w/ja-
cuzzi. $163,000 Call
(813) 671-8491 for direc-
tions or appt.
Riverview Beautiful
4/3/3, 2347 Sf, w/comm.
pool.$15K under arpr.
close to everything
$235K Jama Hopins.
Century2lShaw 244-8599
114l Waterfront
CLEARWATER BEACH Re-
gatta Beach Club 3rd
FloorGulffront, effiden-
cy remodeled, new
eusatpplr =.& carpet

LUTZ- Lakefront Lot. Over
1 acre with 150 feet on
natural lake. Next to A
rated schools. No CDD
$245 000. 813-493-3994
or 815-631-1711
PASCO County, Large Ski
lake lots for sale, recent-
ly cleared & discounted.
For details
www.
lakelots.bravehostcom
TAMPA BAY-(4)5+ ACRE
rght on bay,deep water.
Taking Offers. Must
Move. TART AT $600K.
CALL 941-232-4759/
813-664-1666
1 i6tl Cirus I

COMEONDOWNTHE
PRICE IS RIGHT
1 acre homesite country
setting. 3 bedroom, 2
baths, new Homes of
Merit with warranty.
Driveway, deck
stainless steel
appliance kg. Must
see, only $518.45/mo
WAC. Cal 352-621-9181

DOUBLE WIDE
FIXER UPPER
on 11 acres, $169,900
Contact owner/realtor
Lisa 352-422-7925
SUGAR MILL WOODS, 8
room house, 3br 2br on
1/2 acre, 2cg, heated pool
& irrigation sys. otal
2500sf. $275,000
352-382-7863
1116K I Hernando I
DADE CITY High vaulted
ceilings,3BR, 1BA, 1
Den, close proximity to
Tampa & Orlando $98K.
Call Jeff 813-695-4138
www.infotube.net/94156
116P I Manatee I
BRADENTON WATER-
FRONT PROPERTY. Built
1995 3br/2ba Boat dock,
lift,view45minto
Tampa, $i99k
941-748-0001
PEDDLE YOUR BIKE
WITH AN AD IN
CLASS 452


i 116TIEastPasco I
NEW PORT RICHEY,
Riverchase, 54 & Little
Rd.New4br,2ba,2ar.
194,900. New 3 br, 21a
2gar, .$189900. All
aWpls including ref,
W/D. Jenny
813-956-1169
QUAIL WOODS GOLF &
COUNTRY CLUB area.
Builders inventory
home. Ready in 30-45
days. 3bd, 2ba, 2cg, on
conservation homesite.
$189,900. Call
Panda Construction Inc.
727-372-5894
I116Y I Sumter I
OPEN HOUSE
New 3BR/2BA, Cedar
Home on 1.3 acre. Oak
Hill Sub. 2 mi. W. of
75 on 44. Broker/Owner.
352-330-0022.

CLASSIFIED
WORKS
Townhouses
SOUTH TAMPA new
const. 2/2.5, 1C4, near
Rattlefish Bar & Grill,
hrdwd ,firs, granite
ctrtopss S/S apFs, pool,
1300 sf. $215K. Brokers
Protec.813-494-6156
,5 1Homesites &
121Lots

CAPE CORAL
3 lots
partially developed are
$60,000. 72T-726-556%

CITRUSPK/NW TAMPA
TWO (2) half acre single
family building lots
dee restriction 95k
each. 813-961-3459
Want Ads
LOTS FOR RENT! Move In
Special! Briarwood Mo-
bile Home Comm. 4002
Smith Ryals Rd, Plant
City. 813-737-2110.
PASCO County, Large Ski
lake lots for sale, recent-
ly cleared & discounted.
Fordetails
www.
lakelots.bravehostcom
Riverview new small
Rated community.
Across frommAlafia
River. Only 2 lots avail.
Domres R.E. Lic Broker
813-672-0717
Spot Advertising Works
WANT TO BUY
Building Lots.
Terry D. Speer Construc-
tion Inc. (813)764-8030
1126 1Acreage I
MACON CO. GA-216 acres
w/mature hardwood &
pie timber. Located on
a nice creek. Great in-
vestment w/super deer
& turkey hunting. Could
divide in half. $2,385/ac.
478-952-8147 472-7048
PLANT CITY Cork Area.
1.27 acres, fenced, New
3 stall horse barn. No re-
strictions, Barjar Place
off Bobhead Rd. $65,000.
813-986-2512
PLANT CITY, Sleepy Hol-
low Lane off Knights
Griffin Rd W of SR 39.
1.58 acs MOL, Borders
pond, mutual trees,
ture, deedo restricted
homes ONLY $78,500.
813-752-6679


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Call 788-253-0699 JLPC
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phase pricing as row as
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world class fishing & re-
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772-263-3776 Real Es-
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Spacious ridge fop coun-
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viewon3+ acnearstart
of Old Appalachian
Trail. 4br, 3.5ba, screen
deck, dinning, living, of-
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utes from lake. White
wtr rafting, golfing, fish-
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a prs'l. $278,300.
Cair602-920-6779
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4 acres high altitude
spectacular view, paved
road, driveway, nouse
site. $35000. Owner fi-
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1590. www. moutainov-
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10% Down owner will fi-
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or www.cherokeeval-
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EAST TENNESSEE, Fall
colors! Lots w/ views,
seclusion &/or pasture.
Base of Cherokee Nat'l
Forrest.$5000-$6500per
acre. 423-623-7543
GEORGIA Historic St.
Mary's Coastal Commu-
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bour. Homesites cano-
pied by ancient oaks,
edged by beautiful wa-
terways, breathtaking
vistas, ocean access.
Early purchase incen-
tives &selection reser-
vations. Information
1-888- 231-5263.
GEORGIA PULASKI COUN-
TY 59 Acres. All creek
frontage, Creek devel-
ops into large pind area.
Wooded & open! Fish-
ing, Deer/Turkey, &
Duck Hunting. Beautiful
home site or recreation
area. $2,750/acre
478-972-9475
LAKE LOT BARGAINS!
Spectacular ito 3 acre
lake access parcels on
pristine Lewis Smith
ake in Alabama from
$19,900. Woods, views
county water. Lakefront
from 79,900! Excellent
financing! Call (800)564-
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"MAKE NEXT SUMMER
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properties will make ev-
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ing at only $24,900- Call
Lakeside Realty
(423)626-5820.
N.C. Mountains
2 acres to 47 acre
parcels with
breathtaking views.
Custom log cabin shells
starting at $84,900 on 4
acres. Model cabins to
view. Excellent financ-
ing. 828-247-0081.
NORTH GEORGIA
Mountains, new home, 3
br, 3 ba, 1740 sf plus
garage. Most beautiful
county in North Ga. Lg
greatrm, maple firs, fpF.
$189K. Cal owner.
706-379-1332
NW GEORGIA Hunt-
ing/Fishing Club, 75 ac.
w/12 ac. Lake, Adjoins
WMA theburnt-
mill@aol.com $360,000
Dan (770) 854-8533
Sevierville TN, priced to
sell, Smokey Mountains,
cedar cabin. $114,900.
2br/lba, fireplace, hot
tub, 1.36ac $370 taxes.
865-453-8796 Iv mesg
Tennessee Lakefront -
Buy before November 2
1st, close next year.
Lakefront starting at
$29,990-n1.65 acres;Lak-
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acres. Call Seneca Land
Corporation (888)575-
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Tennessee Mountains -
Private Properties di-
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from $39,990 for 2+
acres. Near Crossville,
TN. Naturetrail, City wa-
ter, electricity. CallSen-
eca Land Corporation
(888)575-LAND Ext.
201114.
WESTERN NC MOUN-
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Where there is Cool
Mountain Air, Views &
Stream, Homes, Cabins
& Acreage. CALL FOR
FREE BROCHURE OF
MOUNTAIN PROPERTY
SALES.(800)642-5333.
Realty of Murphy. 317
Peachtree St Murphy,
NC 28906 www.realtyof-
murphy.com.
* 46.5 ( +/-) acres
SPrime Location in
Northeast TN
Woods, Pasture, Barn
and Creek
* Beautiful Mountain
Views
*$498,500.
Contact Michael Garland
423-612-7885
Email:
michaelgarland@
garlandfarm
estates.com
Tired of Hurricanes?
Move to North GA Mtns.
3br,3 bahomew/barn &
shop. Situated on 10+
acres w/1,000' creek
frontage. Hign
elevation. Secluded but
easy access cool
summers. Beautiful fall
colors. Suches GA has it
all. $439000. Other
properties avail.
Property Ltd.

150-170
Manufactured
Homes

1 Mobile Home
150 Sales
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
PLANT CITY 12x70,3 br, 2
ba, apple's carpet,
cathedraT ceilings, CHA.
$5500. Can move.
13-503-3044,754-9521
Storm tested twice &
passed. 2004 48x24
homes of Merit 3br 2ba,
all appl's & cov'd porch.
Currently on rented acre
lot in Lithia-Pinecrest.
Can stay or be moved.
$43,000 813-737-2540
MOBILE HOME, 3br,2ba
doublewide, new roof,
vinyl siding, 24 x 60,
$14,500.813-936-9700

Mobile
155 Homes In
Parks

55+ PARK
NICE/QUIET, 2/2
PLANT CITY. FURNISHED
MUSTSELL 407-301-3878
LITTLE Manatee Springs -
2003 Palm Harbor Home
2br 2ba 2 car garage,
window enclosed lanai
w/blinds, lovely land-
scaping w/outside pa-
tio. See to appreciate
this lovely home
$97,500.813-634-8565.
CLASSIFIED
WORKS


Mobile
155 Homes In
Parks
Sheldon Rd Area 3br,2ba
in family mobile park.
$500 Down
Owner financing.
W 813-748-8588
Mobile
165 Homes With
Property
NORTH Central Fla, Fan-
ninp Springs, Big home,
ittle budget, on 3 acre
lot, fully remod 1995
Skyline 4/2 glamour
bath, CHA, near health
fac, schools shopping
springs, nature coast
trail. How fast can you
pack! Price is right @
59,900 352-493-4973
352-222-8104
ZEPHYRHILLS 3br,2ba
doublewide, 2 yrs old,
exc cond, sunken living
rm kit on 1.4 acre
Ownerin w/$8k down
813-936-9700
Class 584 is our ticket to
Boating Adventure!
180
Commercial Prop.
Lease

S180B0 Ofc Space I
[ .... I Lease |

350 sf office space @
1804 W. BakerSt.,
Excellent Location.
(813)764-8030
HYDE PARK EXECUTIVE
OFFICE SPACE flexible
multiple offices avail-
able immediately.
813-505-7751
PLANT CITY, 3 sizes, 2 lo-
cations. Very nice ofc
space. Convenient to 1-4
and downtown. Call
Donna Jean Realty
813-752-4137
CLASSIFIED WORKS
Plaza Place, SouthShore
Office Park Sun Point
Shopping Cntr
Banking/Office/Retail
All sizes 813-641-2800
www.PhaganDev.com
S IRetail
180C Space

HYDE Park, 1920s charm,
1800 sf, ideal retail, of-
fice or res. On-site pkg.
Wei zoned 2COP-R.
$1900 mo. Available
813-966-8245
190
Commercial Prop.
Sale

1ion ICommercial
19B i Sites Sale
Riverview, corner lot,
zoned CG, good location
for Professional offices.
$250K
Domres R.E. Lic Broker
813-672-0717
Commercial
190D & Industrial
Buildings
BRANDON, Great Loca-
tion 109 N. Kings Ave.
next to Babe's Pizza V
block from SR60.$490K
941-756-2853
941-812-2130
EAST TAMPA @ 1-4 2500
Sq Ft w/ A/C offices,
drive-in & load dock
available. $1600 OBO + u-
tilit for sublet thru 4/05
+ (813) 627-0775


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Efficiencies & rooms for
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Wilson Ct Motel 301 N.
Thomas 813.752-1227
|204 | Apts. Furn.
HILLSBOROUGH AND
ARMENIA. Nonsmoking
furnished 1BR Apt. 1
person only, nice.
200/dep. $600/mo. incl.
utilities. 813-876-2060
PLANT CITY area near 1-4,
completely furn, W/D, 1
br, 1 ba cottage, fenced.
Utilities NOuincluded.
$550/mo. 1st last, $300
sec dep. Ref's req.
813-752-4216
1 |Apartments
205 Unfurnished
BRANDON/VALRICO Area
Move In Special.
1 Bedroom Apts
Free Cable. Sr discounts.
Credit El Dorado
Apts 813-689-3658
FOR RENT. Taking appli-
cations completely re-
modeled. 2BR/1BA apt.
Tile, Carpet, AC, Wall a-
per, Laundry rm. lyr
lease. $550/mo, $500
damage sec dep. Abso-
lutelyNO PETS. Spencer
Ct Apts, Plant City. Avail
now. 813-754-1197
FREE /z MONTHS RENT
MOVE-IN BY 10/15
1 &2 BR's, Nice& Clean
813-7S4-2200
TOWNSGATEAPTS
Palma Ceia Area
lbr,lba, clean apt, quiet
area, $350 deposit,
$425/month rent.
813-831-0784
You'll find value buys
advertised in Classified
each and every day
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's &
1BR 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.
SOHO
807 S. Howard Ave.
2/1 $850
hard wood floors, pool,
PRIME location
Call 813-300-4501
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
TEMPLE TERRACE,
Raintree, 2 br, 2 ba.
spacious, good
neighborhood, water,
cableW/D incl. $800.
813-389-9781
WESTPORT COMMONS
SEC.8 APTS/NEW!
1-2-3 Bedrooms
Dishwasher, carpeting,
laundry room, central
a/c, playground,
gated community.
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Call Connie:
(813) 254-1436 or

Dn, uplex/
207 Triplex I

CARROLLWOOD HOSPI-
TAL AREA 2BR, W/D
HKUP AC $625/MO,
$725/bEP + UTIL. NO
PETS NICE AREA. MUST
HAVE GOOD RENTAL
HISTORY. 413-253-4945
The Key To SAVINGS Start
Here in Classified!
PLANT City For Lease
2BR,2BA duplex wilth
washer/dryer 1675
month 5plus o deposit
813-752-3630
Plant City- New 3br, 2ba.
ceramic tiled, all appli-
ances convenient loca-
tion. $750/mo. $ 1500
deposit. (813) 764-8030
Seffner, 2br,lba. new
carpet, new blinds. Wa
ter paid. no pets. $650
mo I $650 de 11603
Valencia Dr. 13-996
4169/468-0151
1n |Houses
210 I Unfurnished

APOLLO BEACH-newer
3br, 2ba. 2cq, all appli.
W&D. large closets.
fenced, pers OK. Room
for a boat. $.150.'mo.
727-417-3237 -692 1731
Bloomingdale West
4BD, 2BA.1700sf.Granite
Counters. Large lenced
Yara.$ 1300.'mo. 813-
662-0118..813-629-7962.
Avail. Nov. 1.
Brandon-Regency Mall
Area 4BR '2 BA % 2 Car
Gar. fresh paint. paper
tile, carpet & crn'd
porch, finc d yard all
appl $1200 m.. + daep
813-61-6903
BRANDON/VALRICO,
5br.'3ba, 2co River Hills.
Gated comm, hdwd &
tile firs. scrn lan,, brns.
small pet ok. $1650 mo
dep 813 655 8032
BRANDON/VALRICO
3/2 2 OFFICE 4TH BR,
DENW, FP, LPDR, SPLIlT
PLAN. GATED RIVER-
HILLS S/D PETS OK
$1450 I DEP. 1813)
391-4105


I Houses
210 Unfurnished
CARROLLWOOD Nice 3br
2ba2 car garage, cul-de-
sac, screened porch.
Available 10/15.
$1,295/mo.
813-961-3337
CARROLLWOOD
PLANTATION, Beautiful
clean, 3/2, eat in kitch,
garage, waterfront.
$970/mo. 813-966-4009
813-962-1827
CHEVAL, 5/3, 2350 sf, 2
story, on TPC Golf
course. $2100/mo.
Lease option available.
18854 Maisons Dr.
813-598-8507.624-2884
DOVER, CUTE, lbr/lba,
h/a, part furn, nice quite
neigorhood, fenced
yard, $475.813-685-2622
FOREST HILLS 4br 2ba LR
DR&FR $1275
TEMPLETERRACE3br2ba
$1'100/mo Hunters Key
T-iome 2br 2 2ba$1,175
813-505-3754 220-1472
LAND 0 Lakes Suncoast
Meadows Brand new,
refrig, W/D 4br3ba,
25 Minutes from Tampa,
$1 395/mo. contact
Carol, 813-352-8423
orVi, 619-787-5861
PLANT CITY, 3BR/1BA
conveniently location
$650. mo 813-967-0591
or763-3260.
Plant City in town
2BR/1BA, CB home,
CH/A $600 month plus
deposit, references &
credit check. 752-8361
PLANT CITY-WALDEN
LAKE 4br, 2ba, 2cg with
heated pool and spa
conservation lot on cul
de sac $1400/month.
Call: 813-857-6316
RIVERVIEW, Brand New,
King's Lake, 3/2/2, vault
ceils, 1800 sf, close to
schools, 1-75, g fam/din
rm, w/cable $1100 mo.
Chris 813-741-2912
Riverview, Lake St.
Charles Lovely 3br, 2ba
w/ den,2cg. corner lot,
fncd bkyd, comm. pool,
tennis crf, fitness tri.
$1275/mo. + 1st & Sec.
813-841-2610
Riverview On Alafia river
3br/2ba fenced yard, all
appI's, fireplace, pool
2000sf. Tile & hardwood
floors. Nopets. $1250mo
+ dep. 813-671-2248
Riverview, Panther Trace
off 301 Be the first to
move into this brand
new 3br 2ba 2 car gar.
Conv. 1-75/ crosstown.
$1200 mo. 813-643-4176.
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS,
Historic bungalow, 3 br,
2 ba garage 2400 sf,
wood Ars, high cell, f,
$1050/mo. 813.264-5472

SEMINOLE HEIGHTS, 2/2
1200sf, tile firs, bidet, ja-
cuzzi, lots of room.
m sec 727-251-26d &af-
ter 5; 813-679-7662
South Shores Cypress
Creek Brand new 1 mi
off 1-75, 5/2/3, w/ pool,
LK view, on golf course
3k sf. $1795/mo Term/
Pet neg. 813-404-1400
SOUTH TAMPA 2br/lba
garage, 1100sf, all app,
/D hkup, hd wd firs
LR/DR + den, nice yard
$875/mo, 1st & last,
813-839-7830
South Tampa expanded
Home in quiet area.
Close to MacDill, 2/1,
LR/office, DR, FR, shady
lanai, W/D hookup, extra
closet/storage, fncd yd.
$1,100/mo. 832-5133
South Tampa, great loca-
tion 2br/lba, ceramic in
kit, fenced yard, 1st & 1st
mo rent. 1 mo sec. Back-
round v .$965 mo. Sei-
den RE Grp 813-416-8284
SOUTH TAMPA
Must See!
Cute 3br, 2ba 1100sf to-
tally refurbished, W&D
hookup, all tile.3108Van
Buren $895/mo.+ dep.
813-380-6800 639-9327
TEMPLE TERRACE 3br
2ba LR, DR, FR, Fenced
Yard $1,100/mo
Hunters Key T-home 2br
2 12 baScr Lanai $1,175
813-505-3754.220-1472
TOWN N'COUNTRY
Copperfield. Remodeled
3br,2ba, FP, good neigh-
borhood jacuzzi,
screened lanai. Rent to
own! 813-293-4747
Valrico 3/2/2 w/den,
cul-de-sac w/fenced in
yard, community pool &
tennis. $1550 military
discount. 813-765-1827.
Available now.
1212 | Condominiumi
HARBOR ISLAND,
Beautiful 2 br, 2 ba gated
community condo all
amenities $1800/mo.
813-835-b890 or
813-690-7696
HYDE PARK area, 2 br, 2
quiet. 2nd Flir, pvt.
entrance. $1050/mo.
Call Vicktoria at
954-258-9800
HYDE PARK/SOHO. 2BR
2ba, pool, gated, tropi-
cal setting, vaulted ceil,
balcony, hardwood/tile,
$1200 mo. Avail 11/1.
941-962-4933.
Spot Advertising Works


1212 1 Condominiuml
RIVER HEIGHTS, WF
3br/2ba Pnt hse, 1601sf
close to DwTn, Channel
Side, Stetson Law Col-
lege & TIA. $1600 Call
Kathy 813-310-7359
TOWN N' COUNTRY,
Tudor Cay 2/1 new car-
pet, new file, new paint,
new cabs, new ref ig.
pool, tennis, racket ball
Water & Cable incl. $730
+ sec 813-404-7323
1212A Townhouse
MACDILL/DeLeon, 2br,
2.5ba, 2cg new loft
home, gated yard. 3107
DeLeon St.W.$2000 mo.
Never occupied.
813-657-5400
NEWTAMPA, Live Oak
Preserve new lakefront
3br/3ba TH, 2cg, W/D
cable, security. Small
pet OK. $1150/mo.
888-852-3086
South Tampa, 2br/1.5ba,
N of Gandy, CHA, pool,
WD, tennis, playground,
storage, tile & carpet.
$775mo + deposit.
813-299-6619
Where on earth can you
buy sell or find almost
anything? Classified, of
course! t's the market-
place of choice.
South Tampa, Bayshore
Point, gated, 3br/2.5ba/
lcg, granite cntr tops,
2nd flir deck, garden tub,
security syst, pool, ten-
nis, 1693 sgft,$1500mo.
Jane 813-258-3200
SOUTH TAMPA brand
new, never lived in
Townhome, 2/2.5, 1500
sf gorgeous! Must See!
$o000/mo plus dep.
813.2 4-5472
SOUTH TAMPA-Leila Vil-
las newly constr. 2br,
21/2 ba, lcg, scrnd lanai
sm gated community,
pool, $1250/mo + dep.
NO pets. 813-310-4479
SOUTH TAMPA, New
TOWNHOME 3BR, 2.5BA,
Security and sprinkler
systems, 2100SF, 4 car
garage, $1500/mo.
813-961-3504,949-0278
Tampa Palms Luxury new
3BR21/2 BA, 1CG, 1670sf,
gated comm., conserv.
rot, scrnd lanai, W/D,
comm. pool. $1300/mo.
813-971-7715. 90-083

Want Ads
WESTCHASE Area Town-
home Brand New 2Br
2 1/2 BalCg $1200/mo
+ Sec Pets/Smokers OK
www.BillKind.com Ru-
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| Mobile
215 Homes

DURANT Area 2BR/2BA
private lot, NO PETS,
13-737-2108
NEAR 1-4 & 301-1, 2 & 3
BR'S. $120-$140 weekly.
Some with utilities.
(813) 626-0820
Plant City-2&3BR MH's&
1BR apt,RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
PLANT CITY 3BR/1BA on
2 acre private lot,
fenced, CH/A W/D
hook-up clean $500. mo
Plus $530 deposit Please
Call 813-787-4480 or
813-753-1880 after
9PM
CLASSIFIED WORKS
RUSKIN Newly remodeled
Furn 1br Iba w/ carport
& Boat Slip, on Little
Manatee River Fish from
you back deck. $800/mo
+ Dep 423-503-8334
THONOTOSASSA. Small
family park, 2 & 3
bedroom mobile homes
for rent. No dogs no
washers. 813-986-1833
or 659-2274
220 Travel Trailer |
'20 Lots For Rent

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

SAND KEY/Clwr, 2/2.
beach front condo,
beaut furn, pool, spa,
tennis. Bay view: No
pets. Mthly/Iong term.
813-885-1813,431-9381.
I Waterfront
"231 Rentals I
Hudson New Port Richey
area 2br 2ba Waterfront
home on canal with
dock in back yard. CHA,
$1,000/mopayown utili-
ties. 727-868-4126
Vacation
232 I 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

12901 Jobs Wanted I

DEBRIS REMOVAL
IF you need lawn ser-
vice/sm trees removed.
Call MIKE he will get the
job done. 719-3873
H & B SMALL ENGINE
Mobile Repair Service.
All Makes & Models.
813-752-5568
WILL HAUL Trash, Junk,
Clean Sheds, Yd & Tires,
Anything! I'LL DO IT.
737-3351 763-3745

Employment

S Management-
3021Supervisory

DRY CLEANERS Exp
Plant Mgr. New state of
art equip. Route mgmt
helpful. Computer savy.
Poss. ownership
interest. Email resume
+ salary req's.
rick@revlps.com
orfax813-719-7049
1305 1 Professional I
GC seeks Scheduler for
site development
projects. Fax resume to
813-620-4556
307 Computer
I307 Technology

Computer Techs Needed.
National Company. Ex-
perience not Required.
A+ MCSE CNA a plus.
Many positions. Apply
Today. www.nationa[-
techs.com.
SPOT
ADVERTISING
WORKS!
I 32 Medical

CNA'S
Loveable, Dependable,
caregivers, Autumn
Assist.iving 1307 E.
Baker 813-752-1648
Front Desk Receptionist/
Back Office for Podiatry
office. Billing exp a plus,
but will train right per-
son. Applications ac-
cepted: 210 N Alexander
St. No phone calls
please.
LPN/RN
$2,000 SIGN ON BONUS
F/T11p-7aor
Weekend doubles avail
HEARTLAND OF
ZEPHYRHILLS
Benefits 30 days.
hrc-manorcare.com
813-788-7114 EOEDFWP
MEDICAL Office billing
specialist. Full time.
Benefits. Fax Resume to
813-759-8254
MEDICAL Office Recep-
tionist. Must have good
phone and people skills.
8ax Resume to
813-759-8254
13251 Dental
HYGENTIST, P/Tfor office
in Sun City Center. Call
813-642-8885 or fax re-
sume to 813-642-8891.
Sail Away With Savings -
see Class 585 for a great
selection of sailboats!
1332 | In Home Help
NOW accepting applica-
tions for dependable
Care piver, Plant
City/Lakeland Area.
863-859-0900
I Child Care
335 | Positions

DAYCARE WORKERS
needed immediately, to
schedule an interview
YOU MUST BE EXPERI-
ENCED. 813-764-0121
SITTER my home ONLY no
week-ends. leave name
& Pn 4 813-967-0895
1340 1 Hospitality I

APPLEBEE'S
of Plant City, now hiring
Hosts &Servers.
Accepting Application
on- ri,2-4PM,
1204Towngates Court
KITCHEN HELP F/T. &
Waitresses Apply in per-
son Chancy Uatfish
Shack N. Park Rd
754-047 or 752-7224

SHELBY'S
AMERICAN BISTRO &
BELLA ROSA ITALIANO
RESTAURANT
In downtown Plant City is
now hiring cooks/serv-
ers/coffee house posi-
tion. Apply inperson 110
E Reynolds St Histrionic
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www.shelbysamerican-
bistro.tk
1357 Salons |
RAIDERS or STYLISTS
Wanted, Exp. Great Loc.
813.910.2600/335.9001

SALON FOR SALE/
LEASE. BOOTH RENTAL
$75. WKLY 813719-7096


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13601 Trades

ALUMINUM
installers F/T must have
exp in screen & glass
rooms, carport & wood
framing. Sub-Contrac-
tor or Hourly. Our truck
& tools or yours. Call
KEITH 813-717-9177
CARPENTER wanted must
have Hand Tools &
Transportation. Good
Pay. 813-841-0425
CARPENTERS:
Exp. req'd. Top Pay,
Steady Work. Call Mike
(@ (813)-426-5298
Excavator Oper, Pipe lay-
ers & Pipe Crew person-
nel for underground util-
ity contractor. DFWP
Larldn 813-621-0851
FINISH MOTOR GRADER
Operator. Excellent pay
& benefits!! Call Craig
813-477-9263
FLOORING Installers &
Helpers carpet, tile &
wood. Call for inter-
views: 813-235-3253
Classified Ads Prices
well within sight A se-
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IRONWORKERS,
&SHEETMETAL
experience 813-404-0794
MECHANIC Tractor Exp.
Apply in person
Wilson Tractor
12140 US Hwy 301, Dade
City 352-567-5002
j370 Sales |

AVON!
Sandra 813-361-5689
Jennifer 813-989-3390
Inside Sales Come loin
our ad sales team! Top
reps make $80K top/yr.
We provide all leads and
pay for training. Call for
details 800-640-6886.
SALES MGIR
Lg. MHP looking for an
exp. sales Mgr. to fill a
new development and
an existing one. Must
have proven track
record, ability to set
homes, develop a staff
oversee advertising and
service customers. Exc
salary & benefits with
Ig. established Co. Fax
resume to Kendra Burke
at 727-799-1741
SALES Plant City
Man/Dist seeks rep.
strong in sales to work
with regional grocery
chains to build market
share. Retail Produce
exp helpful. Some over-
night travel req. Fax re-
sumeto813-754-4974
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375 Driver/
75 Delivery

DRIVERS Class D Drivers
License. & Clean Record
for Dade City landscape
operation IMMEDIATE
HELP NEEDED! DFWP.
352-588-2235
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Owner/Operator w/ 26'-
28' truck, to deliver in
Tampa Metro Region,
Tue-Sat. Call between
7am-3pm 813-805-5114
380 IEmployment |
380 General

A/C & Elect. Contractor
seeks help. No exp. nec.
Will train. 813-752-2468

ALCOAALUMINUM"
now hiring thru
"RITA STAFFING
Laborers & Maintenance
IMMEDIATELY
813-754-5997
$ 9.54-12.22/hr
BARTENDER TRAINEES!
Daily Cash Paid. Up to
$225 per shift potential.
No experience neces-
sary. Call PBI
1-800-714-4060
Cleaning: Sweep, mop&
buff floors. Sun City Ctr.
store. 2 Hrs per night, 2x
per week. $300/mo.
727-786-8489
CUSTODIAN needed for
Large Church In Plant
City Full Time with
Benefits. 813-752-4104
FARM WORKER Private
farm, barn duties, etc.
Part-time. 813-986-1702
Plant City
FENCE INSTALLERS
Good Bnfts, pay depend-
ing on exp. Apply at:
Danielle Fence Mfg.
4855 SR60 W, Mulberry-
813-681-6181
General Housekeeping,
Cooking, Assisting
Residents, PT, weekend
work. Pleasant Manor
ALF. Call (813)737-1736
GENERAL LABOR
for Dade City landscape
company. IMMEDIATE
HELP NEEDED! DFWP.
352-588-2235
General Laborers,
Scaffolders, Landscape.
$DAILYWORK$
$ DAILY PAY$
219 Cook St, Brandon FL
Labor Finders 654-0885
LAWN CARE CREW in
Dade City looking for
exp. help. IMMEDIATE
HELP NEEDED! Plenty of
room to move up. DFWP.
352-588-2235
LAWN TECH'S Scott's
Lawn Serv is hiring in
Plant City. Paid training.
Full bnffs. Great comp
plan. Scott's is an EEO
committed to a cultural-
ly diverse. DFWP. Inq to-
day. 813-855-1570
*MOVIE EXTRAS* Earn Up
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All looks Needed TV,
Music Videos, Commer-
cials, Film Print. Work
With The Best! "Extras
On Call" 1-800-260-3949
Ext 3005
Packers for Plastics Co
$6.76-8.26/hour
RITASTAFFING
813-754-5997
Pest Control/Lawn Tech.
E. Hillsb, res w/exc drv
rcd. Exp in turf helpful.
Will train. Grt incentive
pay, uniforms Co veh.
Executive Pest Control,
Brandon, 813-684-7050
PROFESSIONAL THERA-
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Needed! Open your
Heart and Home to Emo-
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Abused Children. Com-
pensation Ranges from
$14,000 to $45,000 a
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800-808-9282 www.the-
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Sponsored by The Men-
tor Network. and the
State of Florida Depart-
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Teacher needed for
Christian Pre-school.
ECA preferred.
813-707-1135
YOU NEED A HOME? WE
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& DRIVER. 813-754-6257
leave message


380 Employment I
3 General


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today Classified section!


14001 Misc for Sale I
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25x30,40x60.130+ mph
wind rating. Immediate
Delivery 800-547-8335
GENERATOR Coleman
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Have you been diagnosed
with MESOTHELIOMA,
SILICOSIS, or LUNd
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You may have a claim
worth $350,000+. Call
Toll Free 1-877-833-0926
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HOT DOG CART
with canopy & tent
2 LP tanks. $2500.
813-719-6929 or
813-763-0150
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ans Against Crime Task-
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740-8330.
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100's of molds, straps,
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$3600 firm. 813-994-1550
Moving Sale, -all new
apple's, comr grill, riding
lawn mower, movie the-
ater style popcorn
mach, 55 gal aquarium,
5 ft handcrafted light-
house, kid bedrm set,
arcade games, ping
pong table, artwork fulN
size gaming bar.
813-649-9647
POOL HEATERS FACT
RY DIRECT: Solar, Heat N
p or Gas. Complete do-
it-yourself 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.
POOL SOLAR PANELS (6),
4X12, excellent condi-
tion. $595 all.
813-361-6707.

Unlimited Local and Long
Distance. Home Phone
Service. Flat Rate with 8
Features. $49.95 Plus
Tax. CALL TODAY!!
1-800-570-8959 Offer
Code: 6009916116 Reps
Needed! 1-800-217-9389
S Misc. I
400A | Wanted
WE BUY Mahogany & Oth-
er Good Quality Furni-
ture Plus Collectibles,
Antiques & Estates.
813-719-6336,659-2412
EXCESS AND SURPLUS
ELECTRONICS WANTED!
Audiovisual Automa-
tion, Bar Code, Business
inventory, Central Of-
fice, Chips, Circuit
Boards, Components,
Controls, G.P.S. Insul.
Wire, I.P., Medical
Elects. Networking,
O.E.M. Elects., R.F., Tele-
com., Telephones, Test
Equip., Transmission,
WirelessTop Value for
Reuse Items. Tampa
(813) 888-6249 Toll Free
1-866-372-7270
WANTED: 20 HOMES to
Show Off Our New Life-
time Etxterior Paint. Call
Nowto See if Your Home
Q u a l f i e s .
1-800-672-7114,
(Lic#CBCO101J1)
$ Paying Cash $
for CD'sDVD's/
Construction Power
Tools, Video Games &
Systems. 863-420-6647
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
$$ PAID for all types of
jewelry. Looking for any
silver/gold merchan-
dise. Watches. Anything
of value! 727/804-7463
CLASSIFIED
IS INFORMATIVE


14011 Auctions I
AUCTIONS!! Saturday &
Sunday October 23rd &
24th. Smoky Mountain
Properties Sevierville
TN 3 LOG CABINS 9
MOUNTAIN LOTS + Lux-
ury Brick Home OWN-
ERS MUST SELL! SAVE
THOUSANDS! SLYMAN
AUCTION CO. (865)521-
7416 -www.SlymanAuc-
tion.com Lic 1216.
I 1 Antiques I
402u Collectibles

Armoire, c. 1920's
Mahogany, Greek Key
style with beveled
mirror front. $400obo.
813-962-1802
Breakfront, c. 1920's
Mahogany, federal
style. $500obo
813-962-1802
Buffet, china cabinet and
5 chairs, c. 1910 Walnut
Tudor style. $1200obo.
. 813-962-1802
Depression Glass, vin-
tage dinnerware, glass
items, pictures, silver,
and odds & ends.
813-785-4535
HEYWOOD WAKEFIELD
Skanoffsky Desk, make
offer. Will deliver.
941-624-0839 or
239-994-8532
How do you reach cus-
tomers in search of quali-
ty products & services?
Classified, of course!
Sterling- Romance of the
Sea. 12 place settings.
96 Pieces. $2500.
813-713-5841.
Fall Gathering @ Country
Primitivies, Sat. 10/16,
9-4. Pumpkins, wreaths,
fresh bittersweet &
more. 107 MasonSt
Brandon 813-661-4851
1406 I Jewelry I
Diamond Platinum Ring,
amazing 3.35ct, center
stone 2.01 ct certified
appraised @ $17K, must
sell $8800,866-484-5723
ROLEX
Man's President, double
quick set absolutely
perfect, 813-817-5500
ROLEX Mens watch $1600
Good condition
813-350-0802 or
813-486-8538
1407 |1 Diamonds
DIAMOND 2.08ct, SI Appr
@ $17,636 Sac $6,300
Call beautiful & natural
727-545-4299
CLASSIFIED
IS ACCESSIBLE
ENGAGEMENT RING Total
2.62 ct Platinum En-
gagement ring. Center
stone round 2.46 S1-1
Color I -Side stones VS-1
Color G appraised at
over $24,000.00 $12,000
OBO, (813) 728-6260'
ENGAGEMENT RING SET,
14kt yellow gold, 2.4c(
DWT/.40ct full cut ctr
w/band, appr$2100. Sell
for $1500 813-249-7700
ENGAGEMENT RING 18kt
y.g., TW 2.4kt, 1.4ct cntr
diamond, 8 princess on
sides, appr $5,800. Sell
for $2,500 813-249-7700
WHOLESALE
To The Public,
Tampadiamonds.com
813-486-6088
I Ann 1 Stamps
408 I Coins-Books
COINS, Currency, Bullion.
Buy Sell Trade Coin
Werx. Big Top Flea
Market D211 Sat & Sun
9a-4p 813-601-6940
COINS WANTED
Corbins's Stamp & Coin.
Estimates/Appraisals.
9a-4p. M-S. 813-651-3266.
108W Robertson St Brnd
WE BUY COINS!
Buying, selling, trading!
Over 38yrs of experience.
Buying Silver. We pay
top olar. 813-792-2493
or 727-455-6196
1410| Furniture

ACCENTFURN.
ACCESSORIES,
ARMOIRS, BED-
ROOMS, DINING,
ENTERTAINMENT
CNTRS, LEATHER
& UPHOLSTERY,
MATTRESSES.
ALL MANUFACTURERS,
ALL STYLES
AMERICAN DREW, BOB
MACKIE, JESSICA
MCCLINTOCK, BAUER,
ASHLEY, AICO HOOKER,
HAMMARY, AMBIANCE,
ARTISON GUILD,
HUNTINGTON HOUSE,
CRAFTMASTER LEA,
JACQUELINE SMITH,
LEATHER TREND, PU-
LASKI, LARGO BUTLER,
SAVOY HOUSE /TIN-
DALE LIGHTING, C.R.
LANE, KIMBALL HOME.
OPEN MO-SA Till 5:30pm
OPEN LATE THURSDAY
Iogansfurniture.com
4315 E. COLUMBUS DR.
813-630-4744


1410 I Furniture I

ACCENT FURN.
Accessories, Armoires,
Art, Bedrooms, Dining
Rms. Leather, Enf.
Centers, Memory Foam
Mattresses. Several
Quality Lines. Aico,
merican Drew Pulaski,
Magnussen, Wynwood,
Ashel. Lea, Kathy
Ireland ome,
50%-75%OFF
4415 N. Clark Ave.
10a-6p Mon-Sat
www.elitewholesale
furniture.com
813-871-1477
aerobed ABSOLUTE NEW
MATTRESS SETS,
MEMORY FOAM SETS
All new QU PILLOWTOP
set $150.00. QU QUILTED
MATT set $175.00. NASA
VISCO MEMORY FOAM
as see n nTV QUEEN
SET $449.00, KING
$549.00 All MATTRESSES
still in plastic with
warranty. Can deliver
813-380-6021

I BED $100
A dbl plush Qu matt. SET.
New in plastic w/warr.
Can del. 813-870-0070
BED $100
Double sided Qn pillow
top, new, still in plastic,
can del. 813-926-8507
BED $135
Plush dbl sided, Qu.
pillow top set. New in
plastic w/warr. Can
deliver 813-251-3134
BED $175
A Dbl sided Qu P/T set,
new w/warr. Can del. Kd
$295 813-871-1477
BED $199 KING
A dbl sided plush matt.
set. New, in plastic
w/warr. Can del.
813-870-0070
BED $250
All cherry sleigh bed,
solid wd. new, still in
boxes. Must Sacrifice!
813-870-0070. Can del.
BED $375
MEMORY FOAM SET
New. Qu coiless set. As
seen on TV w/warr.
Can deliver. 813-870-0070

BED $499
MEMORY FOAM set seen
on TV, NEW, gu, retail
$2K can del 813-871-1477
BED $95
A full size matt. set. New
in plastic w/warr. Can
deliver. 813-251-3134
BED A Qn Set $150.
All New Dbl Sided PILLOW
TOP SET. Still In Plastic
w/Warr. Can Deliver.
813-380-6021
Bed ALL TEMPUR
ortho-PEDIC Pressure
Relieving Visco Nasa
Memory Foam Mattress
As on TV
Cost $1699 sell $449,
K cost1899 sell $549
10yrwarranty can deliver
5 counties. All sizes avail.
SWEDISHBEDDING.COM
813-493-1222 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
BEDROOM $1000
All cherry wd sleigh bd, 2
ngtstnds, drsrmirror,
chest, new, retail $3K,
Can del. 813-870-0070
BEDROOM $1350
Solid wood qn set, dove-
tail construction. New in
box. Can deliver. www.
solidwoodbedrooms.com
813-926-8507

BEDROOM $438
A brand new, 5pc cherry
set. New in box. Can
deliver. 813-870-0070
BEDROOM $485
New Complete 5 pcsets
Incl Bed, Nstand Drsr/
Mr, Chest, 813-643-1388
BEDROOM $995
4 poster Qu. All cherry
wd. Dresser/mirror &
chest. Brand new. Can
del. 813-871-1477
BEDROOM 1-10pc
King
Solid Mahogany no ve-
neers, ligh/dark finish.
4 poster/sleigh. All
drawers American
dovetail, never used still
in box. Includes large TV
armoire. Can deliver
cost $9,000 sell $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 1 Furniture I
BEDROOM SET- All Ma-
ho any, king/cal. kin
hdbrd, ftbrd, 2 nigh11
stands tripledresserw/
mirr, $P50.813-641-1878
BEDROOM set Beautiful 5
Sister kin size electric
ed w/matress. Chest,
Dresser, 2 night stands,
mahogany finished.
$900.813-752-1672
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
BEDROOM SET PINE
Broyhill, 6-piece set.
Pictures online at:
http://www. booray.net
/htm&/furniture.html
$650, (813) 792-2244

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

BUNK BEDS $145
Iron or wood Futons,
lofts Avail. All sizes
Can Delv. 813-643-1388
BUNK BEDS, solid wood,
heavy, bit-in shelves &
drawers, light wood
color like new $550. Pd
$1600 813-661-1606
CHAIR, Relax the Back Ze-
ro Gravity Chair, Grn Ithr
& Maple wd frame. New
$ 1400 sell $700 Mint
ond 813-855-9528
CHINA CABINET, antique
French, dark wood with
light wood veneer,
bronze motifs. GC,
$2,000.813-837-9535
Couch $475 Love $420
Chair $325. New Leather
Italian Top Grain
Can Del. 813-870-0070
DAYBED
Complete w/pop-up
trundle & 2 twin matts.
never used, sacrifice
$275 can del 813-926-8507
DESK- Solid cherry, Ithr
top, ball & claw feet,
hanging file drawers
Hekman brand. Paid
$1900, sell for $750. Exc
cond! 813-290-9748
DINETTE $450 Brand New,
Hand Carved, Solid Oak,
w/leaf, & 6 Chairs. In
Boxes, can Delv. FW Fur-
niture Inc 813-643-1388
DINING $950
All cherry Queen Anne
style. Never used, still in
box. Must Sacrifice! Can
deliver. 813-251-3134
DINING 1-11PC
All cherry 92" dbl ped.tbl,
6 chrs, lighted china
cab new, cost $6K, sell
$1449. Server $250.
Can del. 813-871-1477
DINING Furn, Ethan Allen
tbl seats 12.6 Ctry Frnch
chrs. Beau China cab w/
leaded doors. Exc cond
$3,000 obo 813-662-9429
DINING RM cherry, dbl
ped tbl 8 chrs, Ig lighted
china, like new, pd$8K,
must sell by 10/13,
$1500obo 813-601-6528
Dining Room Set-Thom-
asvi e pecan wood, like
new, tblw/2 Irg leaves, 4
side chrs, 2 arm chairs,
lighted china close
$1,950.813-645-5934
Dining Room Set 11 pc
solid cherry, table ex-
tends to 84, $950. Local
delivery available.
813-684-3474.
Dining room table & china
cabinet, lighted, solid
oak, 9' long pedestal ta-
ble w/8 oak chairs
$1500.813-681-8239.
DINING ROOM table with
leaf, 6 chairs, matching
china cabinet, cherry
color, $500 for all.
813-994-6775

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

Entertainment Ctr
All wood, cherry finish,
lighted w/beve ed glass
doors, accommodates
up to 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
USED, sell for $1650. Can
deliver. 813-293-1743
Furniture- Moving Sale-
Living Rm set; sofa
sleeper, brand new, 2
swivel chairs, new, 2
end tables w/lamps,
DINING RM set, Iglass
beveled top, 6 chairs,
Server, china cabinet.
Half moon bar, solid
wood, 2 barstools. Must
see! Best offer.
813-960-7227
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


14101 Furniture I
GRANDFATHER CLOCK
almost 7' tall. Solid
wood. new in box. w/
Warr. Must sell. Can de-
liver $295.800-657-4157
Huge Store Closing Sale
Antiques, furniture, rugs,
paintings, chandeliers.
Kennedy at Rome,
Tampa.) 727-480-5742 or
813-254-1115

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

MATTRESS $135
A Qu pillow top. Baby
soft. New in plastic w/
warr. KING $198. Can de-
liver 813-870-0070
MATTRESS (1-2PC)
Extra thick Qn Ortho P/T
set, new sfill in plastic,
retail $1195, sacrifice
$250. Can deliver.
813-926-8507
MATTRESS A Absolute
All new Qu Pillowtop
mattress set $150.00. Qu
Quilted mattress set
$175.00. Memory Foam
Queen Sets $449.00,
King $549.00. Still in
plastic, w/warr, Can del.
813-380-6021
Moving sale! Cherry
canopy bed $500. Glass
lights $50 ea. Cherry
coffee/end tables $350
for3 pcs. 2 Sofas, 1-$500
and 1-$250.2 Green chrs
$100 ea. 727-363-1946
Patio Furniture Vintage,
White Iron, Couch, 2
Chairs, 2 Tables.
$595
813-986-7213
POOL TABLE 4x8 Italian
1" Slate, lifetime warr.
Decorative pockets &
legs New in crate access
$1450.813-657-8449
Pool Table 4x8
Pro Series 1" Tournament
slate, K66, 100% gum
rubber rails, diamond
sights, carved cabinet,
new in box never used.
Cost $3200, sell $950.
Can deliver.
813-293-7621
SECTIONAL Leather, 7
seat 100% top grain
leather, Very comfort-
able, Like new Condi-
tion, Orig $7,000; Must
Sell $1,500 813-962-6251
Sofa $250 Love 225
Chair $175. Uphol. New
still in plastic w/warr.
Must sell! 813-251-3134
Can deliver.
SOFA $385
MICROFIBER SET
Sofa $385. Love $345.
Chair $185. New still in
box w/warr. Family
friendly. 813-870-0070
Can deliver.
Sofa $625 Set
New 3pc sets from $625
Uphol, Leather& M-Fiber
Can Deliver 813-643-1388
SOFA $895 SET
All Italian top grain
leather set. Beautiful!
New in plastic. Can
deliver 813-870-0070
SOFA 96" 5 pc Ithr, 2 chrs
& 2 ottomans, $8000
New. New furn arriving
$700 813-949-7825 No
calls after 9
SOFA Dining rm table & 4
chrs, kitchen tble & 2
chrs antique buffet,
813-727-8657 Call for
information
Sofa&Loveseat-$269.00
4pc Bedroom Set-$289.00
Full Mattress & Box
$169.00
Queen Top Matt. & Box
$325.00
GE Washer & Dryer
$295.00
Refrigerator (Nice)
$239.00
Stove $169.00
Seeat:
B & B Outlet
115 S.Evers Street
Plant City
Phone 813-759-8864
SOFA w/queen size bed,
$150. Book case w/glass
top & 2 storage units
$100, formal L/Room
set, white couch, 2 chrs
& ottoman, coffee table
w/glass top $600. Lamp
& table avail to match.
D/Room set, 2 leaves, 4
chrs, 2 arm/chrs & china
closet $700 Much much
more! 813-963-2513
TABLES, locally hand
crafted, in store sale.
813-310-1497 or
835-3719. american
tabledesigns.com

WHOLESALE
TO THE PUBLIC
full boxspring/matt. $159
4pc set Dresser/Mirror,
4 Drawer Chest, Head-
board.m $289.
Bunk Beds.. $195.
Sofa & Loveseat, Metro
Fiber Fabric, 4- ones

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


14101 Furniture I
WICKER BEDROOM
CLOSEOUT SALE. Resin
Wicker Patio Furniture.
Dining Sets & Bar Stools.
Access. & Gifts. Forever
Wicker 813-948-4802
Dinning room & hutch,
highback sofa, 2 wing-
back chairs curio cabi-
net, wash sand, corner
cabinet, and Misc.
813-977-3243
TEAK Qn bed/chest $495
triple dresser 150, solid
teak armoire $595, vani-
ty $75, sleeper sofa/
chair $475, coffee/end
tblhis $175 813-984-0064
i Furniture
414 Wanted

Used furniture and appli-
ances wanted. Good
cond pref. Consignment
also avail. Please call
Tom 813-731-4736
S416 | Appliances I
Appliances-Absolute
Lowest $ Guaranteed.
Delivery. Woody's
Appliances, $74.50, up.
7604 Broadway626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
Place an ad in class 431
for computers and
equipment and see how
many "bytes" you get!
APPLIANCES BEST PRIC-
ES IN TOWN! Large se-
lection of washers, dry-
ers, stoves & refgera-
tors. $79.50 & up. War-
ranty & delivery in lim-
its. Don't gamble, know
your dealer! 45yrs exp!
7604 Broadway 626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
**APPLIANCES**
USED WITH WARRANTY
From $99*
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
4000 W. Kennedy
281-0777
PARTS TODAY
11900 N. Nebraska
S972-4242
Maytag Neptune
Washer/Dryer.
Like new. $850.
813-713-5841.
Mom & Pops Applianc-
es $75 & up, W/D, Stove
& Refr. 10014 30th St.
Free Delivery
813-632-9620; 335-5788
REFRIGERATOR GE,
whiteside by side, $500.
Washing machine and
dryer, Kenmore, $150
each. Call 813-994-6775
Check Out Cars/Trucks in
today Classified section!
Washer, dryer, elec
w/protective seal still
intact. Still under
warranty. $650 obo.
813-282-4923 ,
WASHER & DRYER
Nice condition with war-
ranty $200. Can Deliver.
813-626-3754
WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
Don 813-300-6714
1 Telephones/
417 Pagers

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

418 Conditioners

A/C & HEAT PUMP Sys-
tems. New In Box with 5
& 10yr factory warrty @
wholesale prices. 2 ton
$787,3 ton $887, 4 ton
994. Install kits avail, or
professional install.
Free Del. Li# CAC057914
727-243-4493
352-302-2879




SUPER



SAVERS


1411 Super Savers I
DESK metal w/file drawer
19dx48w $25
813-545-9398
DOUBLE DRESSER
6 DRAWERS $40
813-754-7187
DRYER, electric a art-
mentsize like new. $100.
813-719-1854
FRENCH DOORS (exteri-
or) 36x78, no glass
813-545-9398
MATTTRESS & Boxspring
Like NewTwinSize$200.
754-7187
SOFA Like new,
peach/tan $65
813-545-9398
TIRES, 4 Firestone 20K
miles, 245/75/16 Radial
A/T$200. 813-707-8206
VINYL 33 RPM albums $60
takes 60 pcs
813-545-9398
WICKER vanity w/stool,
mirror $65
813-545-9398







dCTOBER 1f4, 2b64 IiE O'JROWi'k *'


41tl Air
418 Conditioners
A/C's-new. Super Special
All 5 yr Factory Warran-
ty AlIHomes, Sizes: Mo-
bile Homes, *2-ton $790,
S2V/z-ton $840, *3-ton
$890,* 31/2-ton $970 4-
ton $1060, Can Install Lic
RM0031291 813-453-9033
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
4 Musical
420 Instruments
BASS, Fender, Precision,
US HSC, $400- Ampeg
R12R Amp $0Like New,
813-453-3860 831-2094
DRUM Set, Pearl Forum
Snare, Bass, Tom Tom s,
Fir tom, 13" Paiste High
Hat & 18" Crash Exc.
Cond. $400 383-6523
DRUMS DRUMS
AJ's Pro Percussion
New Used Vintage
Drum Lessons
We Buy Drums Anything
Call A.J. 813-353-1829
DRUMSET Vintage 1971
Ludwig 5pc standard set
w/sof shell cases. Exc
cond. $800. Call Don
813-765-2221
GUITAR-Guild acoustic
12-string guitar, JF30-12
maple, mint condition,
rand new asking $900.
V' 813-55952
PIANO, Gulbransen, Paid
$1,000 Now only $600.
Includes Piano Lamp,
Bench & Heater.
917-270-4854
PIANO Yamaha Baby
Grand. Plays & sounds
great. Black, disk avail,
ust sell $6000 obo
727-345-5602
VIOLINS New $100 Ger-
man $150. Viola $150.
Cellos $319. Cases &
Bows. Mandolins $120.
Guitars $150. Trumpets
Clarinets & Flutes $199
Del avail 727-945-9427
Low cost, expert repairs
Radio, TV, &
424 1Stereo
65" Mitsubishi Diamond
Series HDTV, warranty,
New $5,000, Sell price
$1800 obo. 941-795-2197
after 6pmr
FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
SYSTEM inc. installa-
tion. 4 MO Free pro-
ramming w/ NFL Sun-
ay Ticket subscription.
Over205 channels! Lim-
ited time offer S&H re-
strictions apply. 1-800-
260-2813
FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
SYSTEM, Includin
Standard Installation! a
Months Free Progam-
ming. Total Choice Pre-
mier with Local Chan-
nels. Over 205 Channels!
With Subscription to
NFL Sunday Ticket, $360
Value! Call Now to Or-
der! Direct Satellite TV
1-800-823-8595.
FREE 4- ROOM DIRECTTV
SYSTEM includes instal-
lation! 4 MO.FREEpro-
gramminv w/NFL Sun-
day Ticke subscription.
Over 205 channels! Lim-
Sitedtimeoffer.S&H.Re-
strictions Apply
(866)500-4056.
SURROUND SOUND Ya-
maha V590 Boston
Acoustic Speakers
Klipsch sub woofer,
rack, $450 813-494-8292
TV-Mitsubishi 73" Dia-
mond Series top of the
line perfect condition,
dark wood veneer,
$2,800.813-837-9535
TV'S VCR'S STEREO'S
CD & DVD Players
**$29.99**
Sam's Pawn 813-932-7999
1505 W. Busch Blvd.
WANTED Purchasing New
& Used DishNetwork
and DircTV Satellite Re-
ceivers. Have your mod-
el # available. Paying
Cash e Ca
1-800-377-7153
I WANT TO BUY non-
working Big Screen
Televisions. Please
Call 813-986-1229

1426 1Photography
Nikon N70 N90 body N90S
F100 w/battery pack
Coolpix 990 w/360 lens
Bronica SQ w/Polaroid
back 3 lens 8 backs
w/inserts.813-571-3768.

2I Medical
428 1 Equip.
Ace Motorchairs
Beds, Pwr & Man Chairs
Lifts, and Much More!
You May Qualify at
NO COST TO YOU!
813-269-8049
MEDICARE/MCAID/INS
ADJUSTABLE BEDS by
Simmons & Flexabed at
$$ BIG DISCOUNTS $$
Scooters, lift chairs
& a large SHOWROOM
of home medical equip.
Active Medical 335-2159
ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR,
like new, $1,8001Call
813-889-7322


I Medical
"4281 Equip.
ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR
Hoveround 100 w/ char-
ger exc cond $700
obo. 813-752-3109

MEDICARE DIABETICS -
FREE METER!!! No cost
Diabetes Supplies. DIA-
BETIC SHOES. No Cost to
You!!! Join Diabetes
Care Club. FREE Mem-
bership. FREE Deliver.
1-800-316-6391 .CalI
NOW!
MERITS POWER CHAIR
Candy Apple Red, right
hand control, never
been used. Plant City.
$3,000.813-759-1824
Office Equip.
430 & Furniture
Arm Chairs Desks Files
Used Office Furniture
Specialist. Commercial
Qity. At wholesale pric-
es!! EOF 813-877-9400
Cubicles 8' x 8' Herman
Miller -Al condition
$649.00 6' x 6' Steel-
case Answer -2 yrs. new
$679.00 877-9400
Desks! Files! Chairs!
Largest quality selection
in Tampa Bay area!!
Unbeatable $$! E.O.F.
813-877-9317
Files Files Files
Commercial Grade & Qity
5 Drawer Lat. Files $210O
4 Drwr Vert. $49 like new
EOF 813-877-9400
Fitness Equipment,
Treadmill, like new,
8J3-960-9492.
NEW & USED OFFICE
FURNITURE: Lots of
Desks; Credenzas- Copy
Machines (3 to choose
from); Heavy Duty Steel
Case 5 Drawers, Lateral
File 2); Cherry Server
Small Computer Desk (.
to choose from); Rolling,
2 Drawer File w/Locks,
Cherry & Mahogany;
Mahogany Podium on
Rollers; Misc.
Telephones; Telephone
System; Side Table w/2
Drawers
Drawers; Office Chairs
Cloth on Rollers; Round
Conference Table.
Call 813-857-5290
NORSTAR phone system 6
lines 10 phones, blk,
$2006 installed; also
larger system w/vmail.
Call 813-220-8071
OFFICE FURNITURE; 6
classroom file desks,
used for training room &
12 gas lift armchairs.
Blue fabric. Desks are
metal w/wood like sur-
face. Seats 2. Great con-
dition. $500.
727-578-4848
We Buy Office Furniture!!
Top Dollar Paid $$$
Economy Office Furniture
813-877-9317

431 Computers &
431 Equipment
$99 Internet Ready
Computer. Laptops
starting at $149 21"
monitors starting at $99
New systems starting at
$299.2316W. Linebaugn
PC Services 931.4976
A NEW COMPUTER
BUT NO CASH?
You're APPROVED-
Guaranteed! NO
CREDIT CHECK- Bad
Credit- Bankrup tcy OK.
1-800-420-0326
1OA-9P EST Mon-Fri
*Checking Account
Re quired.
WWW.PCSFORALL
.COM
ATX Cases $20.00
56K Modems $18.00
14-21"Monitors $20&UP
HPPrinters $30.00
Mice 04.00
TVs00
Hard Drives 10.00
SDRAM 12.50
Motherboards 15.00
PC Computers 65.00
PIll Computers $ 00.00
La tops $125.00
10 's of Pas & Systems
**8-4:30 M-F **
**813-886-1494**
L., pto Below Wholelale
ew/Usedl Dell. IBMI
Beat allprices. Wireless
Internet, leather case
avail. Starting $299.
100% FINANCING
CALL 813-468-5278
www.buzztech.net
LAPTOPS
astoplaptop.com
Has everything from
ComH v nl, o
IBM E
ALL incredibly low prices.
Dell P3 750's only $450.
IBM's from $300. Laptop
parts & accessories too!
La top printers $125.
JUST IN Latitude P3 750
with DVD & much more
only $550. Visit online
www.lstoplaptop.com or
our store at 4863 Park St
N. in St Pete or call
727-547-6400:504-2389
PENTIUM 3 & 4 SYSTEMS
Laptops. Low Price
Call for Current Specials.
Chris 813-884-4433
ext 242
BRAND NEW PENTIUM 4
SYSTEM 2GZ, BLAZING
FAST DbR GRAPHICS.
WINDOWS XP PRO. 1 YR
WARR REPAIRS & UP-
GRADES. 813-731-8750
Sell yourcamerain asnap
with an ad in class 426!


431 I Computers &
I Equipment
LOW COST SERVICES
Network Cards $11
Power Suppl $29
Modems $15.LCS 150 W.
Busch Blvd 813.714.3515
I Commercial
432 Equipment
Two McCall
merchandising
refrigeration units. 3 yrs.
old, like new. Model
#7-7045FT 2 sect
55"Width $3K. Model
#7-7020FT, dbl sided
lass doors, 27"W,
1500.941-926-2994
1 Restaurant/
434 Hotel Equip
Deli Case, stainless steel
cabinets, prep table, ta-
bles, chairs, bar stools.
Moving Sale!
305-494-0491.
GRILLS, Walk-In Coolers,
Pizza Ovens, Mixers,
Hoods, Fryers CallI
727-581-9293
GRILLS, Walk-In Coolers,
Pizza Ovens, Mixers,
Hoods, Fryers Call
727-581-9293
Produce Cases 8', open
dell case 6', fryer w/
hood, check out count-
er-electric, expresso
machine, Call 679-1877
I Istore
435 Fixtures -
Equipment
Gondola Warehouse &
Parts Shelving. Show-
cases, Slatwal[, Clothes
racks. Inventory Reduc-
tion Sale. 813-628-4332
SALON Equip/Furn. 4 sa-
lon chairs blk, 4 wet sta-
tions blk/wht 4 36in md
mirr. 8 3x5 floor mats
blk, dryers blk. 5K for
all. 813-41-28879-6pm
Store fixtures, like new,
from closed down
1700sf Dollar Store. 6'H
gondolas w/ shelving
racks, sUpplies + muc
more. Ca11813-766-1944
Wall shelving gondolas,
showcases glass door
freezers & coolers,
pharmacy shelving,
bailing machine, show-
cases. Safe, local Tpa,
From Walgreens. Vari-
ous prices. 305-687-4222
I i Supplies
Bu0 ilder's

All Metals Roofing
Standing Seam, roof
pkg, Galvalmre-Plus,
nap-Lock Panels. Eas
to install Visa/MC
accepted. 813-224-9060
3/" American Oak Floor-
inng Wholesale from the
Orginall 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 1-813-918-273
www.yeagerflooring.com
Call us and we 'll come
right over to measure
and make plans to fill
your needs. Yeager's -
obody beats our quali-
ty or service let alone
our price.
CABINETS
Brand Names
KRAFTMAID, QUALITY
WholesalePrices
Do it Yourself
OrWe Design & Install
813-716-1966
CABINETS Kraftmaid,
shipped direct to your
home, wholesale prices,
Lifetime warranty.
813-657-7778
Concrete Trowel
Machine, $800 obo. 12"
steel forms, bull floats
etc. Going out of
business 813-651-9709
FLOORING
Prefinished oak still in
boxes, 2308sf. @i 2.25/sf.
Will split, 813-225-1298
GATES, New, Ornamental
Choose your design,
Approx 14'$775;
2 813-817-9871
If you could build a home
that is stronger more
efficient & amily
friendly would you?
Build a Dome! Domes
are the safest, strongest
and most energy effi-
cient building &
www.domelncorpor-
ated.com 1-888-DOME-
INC
*INSULATION*
NEW Unlimited Qty.
Discounts For Cash.
813-782-0049
KITCHEN Cabinets, top &
bottom w/sink &
disposal. Like new $300
obo 813-839-4054
813-817-0747
Does traffic traumatize
you? Does shopping
make you manic. Con-
sider the calm & conve-
nience of Classified! Our
ages are filled with
treasures & you don't
have to stand in line or
search for parking


440 Builder's
Supplies
LUMBER LI QUIDATORS
HARDWOOD FLOORING
from.99 cents Sq. Ft. Ex-
otic, Oak bamboo, Pre-
fined & unfinihed.
Bellawood w/50 year
prefinish, plus A lot
more! We Deliver any-
where, 5 Florida loca-
tjons, 1-800-FLOORING
(356-6746)
MASONRY EQUIP, tan-
dem trailer, mixers,
scaffolding planks,
tools etc Moving must
sell. 863-616-9795
METAL ROOFING SAVE
$$$ Buy Direct From
Manufacturer. 20 colors
in stock with all Acces-
sories. Quick turn
around! Delivery Avail-
able Toll Free (888)393-
0335.
* MEXICANTILE*
ALL SIZES
FINISHED and RAW
813-884-6127*
Plywood, 1/4", 2'x8', $3
per sheet. 1,000 45'
Cedar Telephone Poles
$100 ea. Also 4'x9' hard
plastic & alv. sheets 3x
stronger man plywood.
Never needs painting,
$25 per sheet. Danville,
Illinois 217-260-2161
Steel Buildings factory di-
rect. Our Buildings have
survived hurricane
Charley in Punta Gorda
Garage, Shop, Mini-
Storage, Industrial Cele-
brating 25 years!! Ask
for our Florida Discount.
www si m ps on -
steel.com 800-959-0220
WE SELL FILL DIRT& CON-
TRACTORS SAND. For
pick or delivery call
1-866-798-1212

44Sheds &
444 1Carport




24x24x9 59.500
24x30x9 11.800
Both are enclosed
Concrete slabs. 36" door
8 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, Hanqars. Ship to
our jobsite, E-Z Build
Your Own.
52x70 = $13, 676
42x42=$7995, '(800
993-4660, www.univera/
steel.com
METAL ROOFING: ALL
TYPES. Discount Pric-
ing! Buy Direct from
Manufacturer. Special-
izing in.Commercial &
Residential Twenty (20)
colors with all accesso-
ries in stock. Quick turn-
around Save$$$ CallToll
Free. 1-888-393- 0335.
BUILDING SALE! "Rock
Bottom Prices!" Quick
Delivery. Beat Next
Price Increase. Go di-
rect/ save.20x26. 25x30.
30x40. 35x60. 40x80.
45x90. 50x100. 60x180.
Others. Plo-
neer(800)668-5422.
3-STEEL BUILDINGS
24x28 was $8,900, sell
3,900.
2 x46 was $13,980, sell
$5,980.
4 1000 was $29,800, sell
$14,936
Call ow! Joe 1(800)392-
7817.
Steel Buildings, Compo-
nents, Mini-Stora ge:
Buy direct from the larg-
est manufacturer in
Southeast. We've built
over 13,000 buildings. 20
years experience.
800)258-336 www.vul-
cansteel.com
UNCLAIMED-BUILDINGS.
Two left 25x40, thee left
30x40'four left 40x60
one left 50x100. Will sell
for balance owed. Brand
new. Never erected. Toll
Free (866)660-2221.
All Steel Buildings, Inven-
tory Reduction Sale! All
Sizes and Models. Na-
tionwide Manufacturing
and Distribution. Cal
Now for availability!
1-888-224-2022
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
installed; 18x21 Build-
ings from $2,375;
Cal ifor More sizes
813-299-3798 681-5468
449 Tools I
HUNTER 4 Wheel
Aligment system, used,
Model P211M19 w/rack.
Why bu new?
813-677-77W2

448 Compressors
C 0 M P R E S S O0.Rp
SPEEDAIRE 10 H.P.
INDUSTRIAL, LIKE NEW.
$1200 ODD.
M13-404-6071


1994 LULL 644 FORKLIFT
w/trailer; and
1998 MAYCO Concrete

CLASSIFIED WORKS


S Machinery&
449Heavy Equip.
FORKLIFT BLOWOUT
SALE Our new models
are arriving. Mst 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
FRONT END LOADERS
Two WA450 Komatsu's
w/5 yd buckets. 1994
and 1999 models. (334)
799-4868
GENERAL GUARDIAN
Automatic Home Standby
Generator Systems
Starting at$2,499.00
Call: 8 3-681-8873
GENERATOR, 3500 watts,
6 5 engine x2 110 A/C,
x! 220 A/d, HD, new in
box.$400.
Call 813-931-9738
Generator 5500 watt,
running, l500 start up
watts, 110/220, year
fac wrty $895. New.
813-340-4936
GENERATOR-BALDOR
10500kw, never used
with extras. Will run
whole house or hunting
camp $4630 813-837-0674
Generator Honda 3800 8
HSP purchased 9/04
aid $1650. Sacrifice
11450. Runs well. Used
2 hours. 813-928-4980
GENERATOR Honda
EB6500X.Top of the line
sells for $3200 new, will
take $2800 used once
Call Dave 863-453-8110
Generator, Titan
Industrial, 7000 watts,
Excellent condition!!
$2300.813-416-7777
INSERTER Bell & Howell, 2
pocket Mailing inserter,
Exc. Cond. $3,500 Will Fi-
nance Call 813-249-6851
M-F 10-5 AskforJim
NEW 68KW Generator for
Sale, 3 phase PTO drive;
see ebay item
#3843410781 or
Call 1-800-652-2532
Out of bus. sale 4400#
forklift, 12000# 4 post
alignment lift, midrise
lift, 2 post lift, laser align
macheng, boring bar-



Goods
honing Mach, vlv grind
equip, new 25x40x18Hi
steeIdg (813)833-5786
WELDERS, Lincoln Ideal
Arc 250 Amp AC/DC &
Miller MIG Welder stor-
age van bodies 8'x8'x16'
Vertical Mill
813-230-5637 685-0341






Sorrrtindg 0
450 Goods
17' Hunters, trailer sleeps
(3) three ref. A/C two
new tires, good shape
813-752-5461
ARCADE Game, Termina-
tor II, Perfect cond!
Plays plot of the movie
2p~layer game, Moving!
asking $1350 813-
649-9647 Ruskin area
Frost Cutlery Knives
Tactical Collectible






Meals&lodging ci.
Jim Bakefor (26-2Assorted 10
meet or Beat Any

HUNTER's WANTED for

MONSTER DEER in West-
ern KY on priv. Farms.
Meals & lodging incl.

Jim Baker (606)226-2260
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 38Sp15199
Home Def Shotgun $100
Sam's813-931-8]98Tm a
Crown 788-2520 Z'hils
POKER TABLE, Solid Oak,
4 Chairs, Dining/
Poker/Storage Space,
$1 800 obo.
Robertson Billiards
813-229-2778
POOL TABLE $1450
4x8 all solid wood
Professional series, 1"
Italian slate, Leather
rockets, decorative
legs top quality felt, K66
Rails,, w/access,
lifetime warranty, still in
crate, can deliver & set
up. 813-657-8449
Pool Table 4x8
Pro Series 1" Tournament
slate, K66, 100% gum
rubber rails, diamond
sights, carved cabinet,
new in box never used.
Cost $3206, sell $950.
Can deliver.
813-293-7621
POOL TABLE 8' PROFES-
SIONAL, 1" Italian slate
leather pockets, K66
speedrail, custom NFL
Bucs felt, never used.
Can deliver. Cost $5K.
Sacrifice $995. Call: if
813-273-81772 2
POOL TABLE, beautiful



Slate, Choice Cloth Color
Eqi nl.$995. Buy,
SlTaeued Tables.
Robertson Bilslards
813-229-2778
RUGER 270 M77 Rifle,
ScopeSlingcaseof
Ammunition $500.00
Call 813-659-0881
CLASSIFIED WORKS


450I Sporting
4501 Goods
RUGER SUPER RED
HAWK, .44 Mag $449.
Sig 22640 NS $479.
Glock 31 $5b9. Sig 229
$449.813-685-2612
SCUBA DIVING
eCquipment, like new
CALL 727544-9239
TREADMILL Nordic Track
1800 S, computerized, 6
mos old. Paid $1000
Askin $400.
813-431-424
1IExercise
451 Equipment
BODY SOLID HOME GYM
320 lb capacity. Perfect.
Paid $1800. Now $800.
813-643-0466

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

~I Health
45 Products
*DIET PILLS* New Pre-
scription Strength
(Phentrazine 37.5mg 60
tabs $89.95) No Pre-
scription Needed! FREE
Shi in 1-888-527-0870
DIEPILLUSA.COM
*#IAGRA* Prescription
Strength Alternative (30
blue tabs 100mg $89.95)
No Prescription Need-
ed! FREE Shipping
1-888-527-0870
SEXPILLUSA.COM
Vitamin/Herb Wt Loss
Pharmacist on-staff
Services Provided
888-838-1935 X1 url onwww.
Pharamacistblend.com
I IPower
I460 1 Mowers I

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
MURRAY 12HP Riding
Mower, great condition
barely used. $506
8113-907-3204

RIDE ON Mower, Almost
New, Scot's 17.HP, 42"
Cut, Almost New, Paid
$1,800 Must Sell! $950
813-964-8383
SNAPPER 11 HP 33" cut
new deck & blade
813-752-5461
1465I1 Lawn & Grdn I
WE SELL FILL DIRT&CON-
TRACTORS SAND. For
pick or delivery call
1-866-798-1212

1469 1 Nu:rlesI
Gre n& seietlTrees n

Bamboo, Palms,AM Trees &
Tropical Plants.
813-264-5688
Reg #47220586
CONTAINER OAKS, 45 gal.
4"-16' $75- 25 8al 3--12'
$50- LIGUSTRUM 45 gal
8' 125 813-748-8640 /
986-3302 Reg #47220672
LIGUSTRUMS
Green & Variegated in
ground & potted. 5-8'
$50-$100. 659-2277

PLANTS
FOR SALE WHOLESALE
NURSERY CLOSING
OPEN TO PUBLIC 4703 N.
WILDER RD, PLANT CITY
MON-SAT 8AM-2PM
813-754-3208 OR
813-752-4240
DPI REG # 04089000
T4$ I Dogs D
Afghan To Yorkies
All Pupies Inc
4323 W.Kennedy Blvd.
oMini Schnauzer
*Chihuahua
*ShihTzu. $500-$675
15% off supply. w/coupon
V 813-288-49296
aI Lic#P0356763 -%
AKITA PUPS, AKC, p.o.p 3
F, solid wht + Bek
w/wht, health certs.
500 & up. Adult male
150. Call 813-767-6751
American Pit Bull
Terriers, ADBA reg,
Jeep/Red Boy Pups.
Champ bldlines 2 M, IF,
$500.813-598-6034
AUSTRAILIAN SHEPARD
PUPPIES- AKC, ASCA,
NSDR reg. www.heaven
sentaussies.com.
863-206-4081
AUSTRALIAN Cattle Dog,
(Red Heeler) AKC 1 yr
old, Male, Hith ceRf & all
shots $150;
813-365-1471
BASSET HOUND Puppies,
(9) 1 M, 8 F AKC WKs
old, parents on' prern.
$400. firm 813-496-0487
BEAGLE Puppies, Cute &.
Cuddly Shots & wormed
$150 813-841-5778

When you read Classified
it's. HELLO...GOOD BUY!


1480 1Dogs I
Beagle Pups AKC tri's,
beautiful markings in
small shots & h/c.$350.
AKC Adult Fern $300
813-293-8889* 685-2175.
Bichon Frise 8 & 10 weeks.
Non-shedding, ador-
able, w/ papers & health
certs. Females $550
males $450 352-726-9570
Bichon Pups $600. SC
Wheaten Terrier Pups
$1100. Both are AKC/APR,
non-shedding & family
raised. 605-369-2794
BLUE HEELERfemale 6 mo
old, out of working
stock, $150. Ca
813-752-4867 aft 5pm
BOXER PUP, male, 10 wks,
fawn, health cert,
parents on premises.
$575 813-84-8557
BOXER PUPPIES
Fawn brindle white.
Health cert, M/F $450
each. 813-264-2531
BOXER PUPPIES, $200 4-
M; 4-F, PoP Call after
3pm weekdays
813-685-7792
CAVALIER King Charles
Spaniel ACA male, 4
mo. old, blenhelm,
health cert all shots.
$1100.813-817-2084
CAVALIER KING CHARLES
SPANIEL Puppies
Blenheim-Ruby, AA, Vet
checked shots. $1,200.
727-862-6060
Chihuahua, AKC, health
cert., male gor eous
$450, 863-5 4-17 6 M-P
days, 863-604-9287 cell
863-533-1485 after 7prm.
CHIHUAHUA Puppies,
New Litter........AKC Reg
Parents on Premises
Males $400. Females $425
Taking Dep 813-546-0513
CHIHUAHUA Teacups &
Tiny Toys, 8 wks old,
shows hth certs. Regis-
tered. Many colors.
$500-750.727-488-3669
COCKER SPANIEL male 7
mo. old, fawn AKC,
house trained, all shots,
playful $325.
13-672-3888,340-8344.
COLLIE PUPS, purebred
available now. 4 boys, 4
girls. Sable & white.
KC. 813-662-3181,
215-7902.
CORGI PUPPIES AKC Reg.,
great w/ children.
2boys, irls,6wksold,
sho0ZRIC.$0.
863-471-1664
DACHSHUND-Mini, AKC, 3
f, 2 m, short/Ionhair,
beautiful litter health
certs 8 wks, $150-400.
352-754-8777'lv msg
DACHSHUNDS
Miniature females, pa-
pers, $275 each. Call
813-767-6813

Daschunds,
AKC, Mini, Red long
hairs,4 mon. old, M-$300
F-$400 727-581-9124
DOBERMAN PINCER Pups
AKC, Beautiful Black &
Tan $500.
Adult Female $200.
813-924-5535 5 685-5535
Doberman Pinscher Pups
AKC, European breeding
352-455-3311

English Bull dog Pups, 3
male, fwn/brdl,
red/brdl. AKC health
cert, ready 10/1. $1800.
813-659-4311/743-8709
English Bull Dog Puppies,
AKC, champion sired,
champion bloodlines,
incredible pedigree,
M/F. Show potential.
Taking deposits. www.
barkersbulldogs.com
$2300/$2500
352-797-6344
ENGLISH BULLDOGS,
M&F, AKC ACA reg,
micro, shots, Neopar
vacc, $1400-$2000.
941-776-1551
ENGLISH MASTIFF PUPS,
Beautiful! AKC, hlth
certs, fawn & apricot,
Ready Now! parents on
premises (352) 598-3449
FREE: Lab mix, 3yr old
male, 351bs, sweet, lov-
ing temperment.Mov-
ing. 737-6268
FRENCH BULLDOG PUPS,
AKC, vet checked,
Males Females.
$1500-$190011
727-868-2099S 207-1825
GERMAN SHEPHERD
PUPS, AKC 4M/2F
health certs blk& tan or
solid blk. $400.
813-629-5502
GERMAN SHEPHERD,
AKC Big Boned Pups!
Adults, Rich Colors &
Blacks, family oriented.
$650 & up (941)809-6242
GERMAN SHEPHERD AKC
PUPS. Duke's Kennel.
10wks, shots, wormed,
Bi Boned. P.O.P. $600-
$800. 813-621-6598
GERMAN SHORT HAIR
POINTER 1 male 4 mo.,
shots, vet v AKC reg.
Call Joe 813-350-0035

GOLDEN Doodle Puppies,
both parents OFA ips
cert taking dep now,
avail. 10-02. M-$1000; F-
$1200. (941) 925-2328
CLASSIFIED WORKS


1480 IDogs I
Golden Retriever Pup-
pies, AKC, Limited Reg-
istration, OFA & Heart
Clearances, H/C, Shots,
Champion Lines, 1 Fe-
male, 2 Males, $800,
1-386-547-2337 leave
message if no answer.
GREAT DANE puppies 2
merle males AKC, born
3/31/04, vet chkd all
shots. $500 (863) 859-
4508 lowacres@aol.com
HAVANESE AKC, Males,
Health Certificates,
lowks. New bloodline
from Hungary $1,000
Firm. (813) 782-6570
Havanese/Bichon, family
raised, POP, health war-
ranty, vet v microchip,
the absolute cutest!'
$500-800 727-725-7775
ITALIAN GREYHOUND
Puppies, M-F, 8 wks,
great colors $500 to
700. 813-86-0600.
04067880
JACK RUSSELL PUPS
6M, 2F, 8wks on 10/11/04.
Smooth coat, vet che-
cked, health certs, up-
gy kit,$22S-M,$2 5-F
8-7P7-3394/947-0343
Jack Russell Terriers 6
wks old, 2 females $150
each. 813-887-1836

JAPANESE CHIN PUPS
Rare, AKC 1st shots, vet
chk $0560. Arcadia
863-884-2123 or
941-628-2646
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
wormed, vet cert. Block
head, champ. bkgrd.
Pedigrees. Parents/
grandparents on site.
$400-600 352-307-0772
LAB pups AKC, white!
Yellow, Champ lines, first
shots & vet checked
$500. Call 863-696-1977
or772-473-1007
LAB PUPS, AKC, yellow &
blk, blockhead, vet
checked ready 10/15,
813-994-081; 469-0284
LABADOODLES Hypo
Allergenic, little or no
shedding wonderful
Labrador temperament.
Poodle coats. Taking
Deposits ready 9/21
(863s 439-5742
LABRADOR Puopies 8wks
old, light yellow, almost
white, 4 females left.
AKC reg., health certs.
$500 each. 941-232-3100
LABRADOR RETRIEVER
PUPS, Yellow, AKC reg,4
F's, 3 M's, Will have 1st
shots. Parents on site.
Ready 10/31. $400.
813-741-1340
MALAMUTE AKC 8 month
old female, champion
mushing bloodlines. Se-
rious malamute owners
only. $600 (503)
957-0612
MALTESE-20 Years Exp
Email betsat@ acun.com
Yorkies also both
breeds 941-322-9563
CASH Please
MALTESE AKC, 8 wks,
Teacups & Tiny Toys,
Shots & Health Ceros,
$750-$850.727-488-3669
PITBULL PUPS, only 3 left,
2-M 1-F, blue, blk&orng
brindle, 12 wks, all shots
hlth cert. $250-$300
813-782-4922*263-6628
POMERANIAN Male, Pup,
6 months old, Brown &
Beie. All Shots taken,
$35 o a good home;
813-817-6668
POMERANIAN PUPS
Registered 11F IM,
ready to go 10%24. 300.
Please call a er pm:
1 813-689-484411
POODLE PUPS Standard
CKC H/C, beautiful
black Males & Female.
Call 352-242-0242
leave msg. Can deliver.
Pug Puppies, 2 females,
fawn color health cer-
tificates, 0 wks old
$600 ea. 813-671-0811
after 6pm.

Puppies 4 Sale
Park Ave. Pupp"
813-662-2592
Lic# P04062440
RAT TERRIER PUPS, UKCI
Family raised. See
pictures: www.mccartys
ratterriers.com
$350 352-591-2271
Red Nose Pitbull Puppies
Red/White & Ta/ite
6 Weeks Old. iF &4M
Gorgeous! $300 Taking
Deposits. 813-239-7801
ROTTWEILER PUPS AKC
German line, home
raised, fat teddy bears
Ready $500.00
813-293-8889 *685-2175.
SCHNAUZER Mini AKC,
shots, HC, papers, exc
coat, housebroken,
White black, S&P. $350-
$600. white male, 2yrs
old, shots, cropped ears,
housebroken, exc for
kids $550.727-856-8215
SCOTTISH TERRIER PUPS
AKC reg. babies, par-
ents on prem. 1st & 2nd
shots, health certs.
5700.727-586-1651
SHEPHERDS, Parents
GERMAN Imports, Hips
Certified Gorgeous
Pups F:or Sale!
352-207-5417
CLASSIFIED WORKS


4801 Dogs I
SHIBA INU pups (4), AKC,
read 10/28, champion
blood lines, shots, pa-
pers. $675.239-936-0050
SHIH TZU AKC, champi-
on bloodlines, health
certs tri-color 8wks
old, $500 cash only.
813-263-7078.935-0399
SHIH TZU Puppies AKC
reg, shots ready Oct 23
.2 girls left..BIIwhie..
brindle. Taking deposits
$500 each 813-994-7988
SHIH TZU PUPPIES
12 weeks, AKC hlth
cert. 1stshots, BW,
3M, iFvetP ,.$450.
(813)988-6082
South African Boerboel, 2
yr old Male, Brown/BIk
mask, S.A.B.T. regis,
hips tested. $1300.
941-776-2917
TERRIER PUPS AKC
Cairns, Scotties, Yorkies
See pictures: www.
mccartysterriers.com
352-591-2271
WEST HIGHLAND TERRI-
ERS. Energetic AKC
pups. Health Certifi-
cates, $450-$500.
813-85B-5213evenings.
WESTSCOTSPUPPY
Small, white male 9 wks
old, vet checked. $300.
Parents on premises.
813-659-9337
Westies,. AKC.Parents on
Premise, Very nice
upsI Ma-$600, Fern-
7 eady 10/17.
13-971-2430
YORKIE PUPPIES
AKC reg, champion blood,
1st shots small, PoP, fe-




5800.813-839-6143
males, $boo cash only.
813-885-4136


Yorlde TPuprripiesr, 8 weeks,
AKC, heath cert, home
raised, adorable. Par-
enits on premises. $700-
$800.813-839-6143
Yorkshire Terriers, CKC,
Health certs, 1st sots.
Males starting at $800-
Females starting at
$900. Ready 10/30!
13-685-3517/626-0075.
YORKSHIRE TERRIERS,
AKC, micro, all shots,
Neopar T-cup & Tinies.
$1200-$1600
941-776-1551 or
941-544-3438
481 Cats I
CAT & Kittens,
spayed/neutered,
tested, checked & shots.
Togood homes
813-254-4975
HAVANA Brown Kittens,
Rare. 1-M, 2-F,5 1/2 mos
old. CFA reg. Papers
available. $650.
941-284-0829
14821 Birds
AMAZON Yellow Head, 2
large ca0es. Best offer.
Cal13-602-0308
BG MACAW lyr, 7 ft cage
& accessories.
Wonderful friend.
$1300
813-907-6526
BIRDS FOR SALE Baby
birds, red lored amazon,
blue crowned conure
weaned and ready.
(352)796-3210
BLUE FRONT AMAZON
BABY $400. Pairs: Scar-
lets $1500; Yellow Napes
$950- Blue Fronts $850.
Single male Congo $550.
cofkybird@aol.com
(352) 429-8242
Breeder Bird Sale. Nu-
merous birds & cages,
large and small. Breeder
boxes. 727-365-5574,
727-365-6036.
Caiq~ue- 3 years, tame,
takes, loving, rare $375.
Lg. Calif. cage w/toys
$295.Must sell to good
home. 813-363-4430
EXOTICBIRDFAIR
Suncoast Avian Society
October 17th 2004 9am-
4:30pm. Minnreg Build-
ing, behind Honeywell, 2
blocks West of US 19.
6340 126th Ave North
Lar o, FL. Admission $
adont, 12 & under free.
Info: Marl Howard
727-726-6864 or
Mary Ann 941-488-6891
www.suncoastavian
sod et.e
NO UNCAGeD YARDS
Macaw & Amazon babies.
Super sweet, beautiful,
healthy, hand raised &
weaned. $550-4650.
"(813)493-2609"
Sinches, CockatielsSun-
conures Parrots.love
birds & Sugargliders.
Must sell to hurricane.
Call 863-607-4449
1483 1Exotic I
BEARDED DRAGONS.
Adult breeders. Sand-
fires, Pastels & Snows.
Colorful babies $50!
813-431-3711 anytime
Tortoise-African Spur
thigh, approx 12 inches
long, very healthy.
$25 .00.81 -832-3149
I Misc Pets/J
484 Services

AQUARIUM- New 90 ga.,
$190. Also New 90 ga
acrylic tank & stand
$475. Has skimmer if
needed. 863-557-8586
Large Wrought Iron Ma-
caw Bird Cages (3),
$100-up. 813-980-2743







S 6 THE COURIER ~iSFOBER 144 2004

14981 Estate Sales I 4 Garage, Yard
SCC 601 Fox Hills | Sales, Etc.
Off Oakmont PLANT CITY, Corner of
Fri &LSata8-2 Reynolds & Wheeler St
Sofa, p Tables Gum FirstUnitedMethodisi
Table, DRTble & Chairs, Wesley Centre.
Tea Cart,China Cabinet, Sat, Oct 16. 8AM-3PM.
Credenza, Mirror, COf Women Rummage &
fee Table. Desk, Rocker, Craft Sale.
5 pc Twin BR Set, Rattan
Loveseat & Coffee Tble, Plant City Moving/Estate
Wing chair, Lamps, Pic- Sale, 1905 N. Gordon St.
tures, Tools Hosehold between Frontage Rd &
&Misc. Calhoun St. Antiques &
JOHNNY JONES Vintage Furn., (4 Poster
AU89AB85 bed & wicker) Misc
A items. Fri 8am-? Sat
g Garage, Yard 8am-4
Sales, Etc. PLANT CITY, RESCHED-
ULED. E. Walden Lakes,
bPLANT CITY 1804 Gor- 2108 Elmwood Ct Fri
don St N. off Hwy 92. Sat Oct 15 6PM til ? Sat O
Oct 16. 8AM-1PM 16, 8am-2pm, Air com-
MOVING SALE pressor, corner desk,
Misc Household Items, patio &wicker furniture
CORK, 4602 W. Sam Allen crib, high chair, tread
Rd, Next to Jim Hick's mill, biles organ, golf
Meat Market Fri Oct 15, clubs, truck tool box &
8am-3pm & Sat 16,8am- Halloween Items
1pm, Multi-Family An- PLANT City Thur & Fri 7-1
nual Sae, Furniture, 6713Five Acre Rd. Tools,
Clothing all sizes, Toys, household goods, furni-
Glassware, Lots More. tureHUGESale!!Some-
Something for Everyone thing for everyone!
DOVER Community Sale!LARGEUDCYARDSALE
Sydneydover Rd. &t SAT. OCT. 16 8A-3P
Sydneywasher Rd. Sath MIA'S PLACE
SaM-4pm Everything 2201 Thonotosassa Rd
from A-Z (cmrrThonotosassa Rd &
PLANT CITY 1906 N Gor- HWY92) Plant City
don St. Fri A Sat Oct 15 & More info 813-837-1599
16 8AM-3PM. Opened
another storage unit, 500-549
lots of new things,
Christman Decoration, Farmer's Market
Lots of Goodies.
PLANT CITY, 2711 Kala |510 | Farm Equip I
Lane Fri & Sat 10/15 & Farm Equip.
16 7AM-3PM. Furniture,
lawn mower toys, 2002 KAWASAKI MULE
clothes & MiscItems very low hrs. Mint. Cond.
Pd $6K new Will Sell
PLANT CITY334ETerrace $4000 obo (813) 949-
Dr, Sat Oct 16 8AM-1PM, 3840 or (517) 404-8081
Lots of Misc Items
PLANT CITY 4504 HWY Tractor
574LOT141 THUR, FRI& Farm All Super A 140,
SAT, OCT 14, 15 & 16. needs some work, will
What-Knots, Dishes, run $800.863-638-2001
Toys,Toddler CLothes. WANTEDTRACTOR!!! In
PLANT CITY, 4956 Slaten Good Condition For
Rd 1A mi S. of MLK off Grading and Bush
Forbes Rd, Sat, Oct 16. Hoging, For Fair Price.
8:30AM-3PM. BIG SALE all 863-638-2001
Housewares, Toys, Mat-
tress, Clothes, Misc and Quality new and used
Seasonal Items tractors, See on-line
PLANT CITY, 806 W. Risk caldwelltractor.com
Street off Franklin St. 352-620-98981'
Sat Oct 16. 7:00AM til ?. -
HUGE Movin-In/Multi I Horses &
Family Yard Sale lots of 525 Livestock
Furniture Sets, Fishing
Stuff to much to
mention muchto PALAMINO QTR HORSE 3
entioyear old Palamino mare
S roke and ready for the
trails. Gentle and KID
SAFE. $1,200 Must Sell,
(813) 545-1181
v w *^TRANKHENER/Thorough
PLANT CITY 908 N 6 year bay mare, 16Hh,
Knight St, Fri & Sat Oct 1st level dressage 1id
15 &16 7AM-3PM.Toys, mover, Sire w/grand
Elmo, Pooh, ETC (Like Prix champion $8,500
New) plus size scrubs, obo. Call 727-641-6677.
furniture and Misc THOROUGHBRED 16yr old
Items horse & 2 yr old Pony
Getin tune w/Classified's $1500 Saddle avail.
selection of musical in- 863-680-9949
struments in Class 420 o8 -6oua-9


Find what you need fast.


I2 IHorses &
1525 I Livestock
HERD of Black Angus and
black/white face cows
calving now. Also black
Angus bull. Call:
850-878-2571 -510-4854
Quarterhorse Palomino
17-yr-old gelding,
healthy, easy keeper,
some exp. needed.
$1200 obo. 352-567-9911
REG. QUARTER HORSE,
9yr, 15.2H, sorrel geld-
ingq, flashy, great on
trail. Bombproof. $3,500.
813-991-4448/334-5500
Beautiful sweet 10 year
old Bay Gelding qtr
horse & black Yearling
Colt. $3500 both. Cal
813-486-2400/737-4718
COWS CROSS-BRED (15),
bred & gentle, lost leaf.
$550 each. Please call
(352) 745-1645
Paso Fino gelding 3 year
old. $5000. 1st month's
board free. Boarding
avail $325/mo
813-205-1077
COWS Black Angus type
bred & gentle, (8)at
$650 each. Please call
(352) 745-1645
BEEF CALVES FOR SALE
Weaned, On Feed, Vacc.
3-8 mos old. Delivery
Available. 863-581-5322
1527 1 Hay & Grain
BAHIA ROLLS in field
starting Oct 8th. Oual.
grass w/no wash.$25/
roll. Leonard Lee Rd.
Wimauma 813-634-7500
Icg | Saddles -
528 Togs & Tack

Alum Cherokee 2 horse
trailer, $6000 firm & Bar-
rel Racing Dakota 15 in
saddle $500 firm. Call
813-486-2400/737-4718

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560 Motor Homes
560 RV's
21' 1977 Toyota Micro
Mini Camper, sleeps 4,
18 MPG, all new me-
chanics, Good Cond.
$2450 obo. 863-221-9654
23' 1987 Coachman Cl C,
real nice, powered by
Chevy, w/ gen., all orig,
all opts, sIps 6, low mi.
$5900obo. 813.805.9136
24' 1997 Four Winds
American Flyer, 460
Ford, very clean, Every-
thing wks,. 4k generator
$16,900813-789-4943
26' 1974 Chevy Mtr Hm
New upper engine, trans,
holding tank, toilet,
tires fridge and more.
$4006.352-465-4378
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5601 Motor Homes
RV's .
29FT 1995 Itasca Class-A,
16,800 mi., 454 Chevy
gas, duct air, loaded,
$29,000. Tow Dolly avail.
Must see. 813-935-7906
30' WINNEBAGO Brave SE
2002,14,500 mi, new tow
bar, 10 CD changer.
Workhorse 8.2L engine,
perfect shape, like new
$44,950. Sun City Cen-
ter, FL 813-633-2241
31' 1987 Alii, $3000. Mov-
ing, need to sell fair
condition, everything
works. 727-215-3077/
941-721-7252
32' 1986 AVION-The last
Avion made from air-
craft aluminum. For full
details please call:
813-920-5789
Picture your home in clas-
sified w/an ad on the Buy-
er's Choice photo page!
32' Georgie Boy Swinger
1992, air, gen, awn, 57k-
11mpg, 2 tv 5. Rdy to
trvl. $14,200. 813-
633-2091/863-255-9103.
35' COVINGTON XL, 1997,
460 Ford, 44K, AC & heat,
5K Onan gen, pwrjacks
awnings W/ $32,900
obD. 813-633-8205
36'2000 Country Charm,
park model, 2 slides, AC,
& steps, rear storage
toolbox, front/rear door
$8000.813-633-5177
36' 2001 SOUTHWIND, 2
slides, jacks sat dish, 2
TV's, W/D, M/W, 2 AC,
Gen, QB, 2dr fridge
w/ice mkr. Ford VI,
24.8K mi, Very clean!
Ask $62.5K 813-920-0521
CLASSIFIED WORKS
36' HOLIDAY RAMBLER
1994 5th Wheel, 2 slide
outs, 2 AC units, W&D
combo, many extras.
$18,500.813-649-0473
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
40'2000 ALPHA GOLD 5th
wheel, 3 slide outs tri-
ple axle, refrig, frzr,
W/D, stove, %n bed Lthr
furn. $40K 865-882-2786
40' BEAVER MARQUIS
Built in 1990 when they
built them right. Gillig
Air ride chassis, 300hp
Caterpiller 4spd Alli-
son, 150gal fuel. Options
listed with RV Trader
online. Bargaining
starts at 85k. SOV trade
for down payment con-
sidered. (727) 639-9849
888-Bates RV Nearly 600
Airstream Jayco -
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tampa.
FORD 2004 V10 RV 32ft
Hurricane w/2 slideouts
loaded w/only24K miles
blue book 72K sac 65K
rides like a dream (417)
646-8322


560 Motor Homes


DISASTER RELIEF
Beaudry RV is here to
help. For those of you
who have lost an Motor
Home, RV, Fifth-Wheel
or need temporary
housing. Help is just a
phone call away. Hear a
24 hr. recorded mess. at
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512 Campers &
562 Travel Trirs
14'2" 2004 Fleetwood
(Coleman) Yuma Popup
Camper. Used 3x's since
3/04. Sleeps 6 on Queen
twin & sofa. 13,500 BTU
AC w/heat, sink, stove,
3-way fridge & extras.
Propane tank battery &
elec brakes. Cover incl.
NEW: $8500. SELL: $6250
or $6750 w/5000wgen-
erator. 813-842-1636.
20' COLEMAN POP-UP,
1985, exc. cond. sleeps
6, sink + gas stove, no
AC,EZtopulla$2100obo.0 excel-
813-984-1342
24' 1989 HI-Lton, sleeps 6,
air, een bed, micro,
condition, $5500 0 oo.
813-805-6585
24' CoachmankCatalina
Lite, exc cond, loaded,
hitch &jacks incl. $9800
352-567-0433
26'2001 Coleman Pop-Up,
Exc. cond. sips 8, Heat &
Air, slide out dinette,
gas stoves, many xtras,
$7500.727-323-3846
26' Mallard 2000 excel-
lent condition, sleeps 6,
rear queen bed, micro,
AC, CD stereo, $7000.
813-486-9985.
35' 2004 Franklin TT, 2
slideouts, fiber glass, all

Call (616)405-2005
36'2004 Holiday Rambler
Presidential 5th wheel, 4
slides, lots of extra's.
Never Used. $59,500.
Will Consider trades.
813-766-5705
40' 5th wheel 1998 Car-
riage, 2BR, Corian coun-
terTops, Gen., awns, exc.
cond. $40,000 Will
deliver (517) 719-5182
42' Luxury 2004, 2 super
slides, 2 AC, W/d, micro,
fullyCheck oaded. Classified'sng
Must Sell Sacrifice
$21,500 813-477-1095
43' Travel Supreme '01,
T.T., 4 Slideouts, Auto
satellite. W/D, fully
loaded, xtras. MINT New
$80K SELL$51Kobo. Will
deliver (813) 949-3840 or
(517) 404-8081
Strike Up the Band!
Check out Classified's
Musical Instruments!


I5621 Campers & I
Travel Trlrs
CAMPER, Jayco fold down
trailer $4000 also utility
trailer 7' $400.
813-630-9014

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
I RV
563 Accessories
Class A RV Parts Inc. Your
RV Acc's parts & supply
needs. The right part the
first time. Oldsmar flea
market. 813-880-9114
I54 | Recreational |

NEW COLEMAN POPUP
Campers available for
rent. A/C, sink, stove,
frig. For reservations
car Lynn 813-546-1827
15651 RV Storage
South Bay RV & Boat
Storage-Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000
RIVERVIEW Indoor Stor-
age with High Lg Garage
Door, RVs, Boats, Cars
Etc. Fenced Outside ar-
ea too. 813-382-8289
C'wood RV/Boat storage.
Sec pkg w/24 hr access,
bright night lighting &
wash area. From $35
813-968-4991; 505-2803
Fowler & 1-75
RV's/Boats etc. Security,
$50/mo
813-986-3094
580 I Swimming
580 Pools & Spas

24' ABOVE GROUND
POOL. New liner &
pump. Stil in box. As
new $1200.
813-966-3211
A-1 SPAS
ENDOFSUMMER
CLEARANCE SALE
4 Person Spa $1995
5 Person Spa $2495
Save up to $2000
on in stock models
Accessories pkg.-L.E.D.
light, ozonator, steps,
chemicals, dix. cover,
del. & set-up $99
Custom spa cover $249
Cover lifters $199
9017 Adamo Dr.
S.W. corner Hwy 301 & 60
V 813-623-99970
HOT TUB $1185
Therapy Jets Energy effi-.
cient, 110V, Warranty,
New in Crate. Free Deliv-
eryW 813-657-8449
ADVERTISE IN CLASS 631
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I50 Swimming
5 Pools & Spas
HOT TUB New seats 5,5hp
lots of jets, all digital,
blower ozone, party lite
waterfall, Cost $7K sacri-
fice $2699 813-966-2362
HOTTUB New seats5,5hp
lots of jets, all digital,
blower ozoneparty lite
waterfall, Cost $7K sacri-
fice $2699 813-966-2362
HOTTUB, sacrifice never
used, 7 therapy tub 20
jets, 5hp. Paid $3295.
Sell $1350.813-363-1475

I MOVE SPAS
Sell/buy spas
Elec. spa hkup, lic.
(813)625-0165 24/7
SPA, 5-person w/lounger,
therapy ets, light, never
used, full warranty.
i3 $1,675
I' (813) 76-1571'I
SPA/HOTTUB 4-5 person
deluxe mdl, therapeutic
jets underwater lights,
custom cabinet, full warr.
$1,650.813-230-7782
SPA/HOTTUB
6 person, 6.5HP 44 jets,
underwaterlight above
water neck jets, all
digital, cedar cab. never
used, full warr. $2495
727-858-5185
SPA/HOT TUB, 7 person,
20 jets, lights, custom
cab., never used, warr.
New $5,595. Sacrifice
$1,750.863-529-3649
SPA. HOT TUB. SPA.
Never used seats 5,
warranty, red wood cab-
inet, 24 jets. Sacrifice
$1495.941-544-0281
SPA/HOT TUBS
(1) 6 person, 6.5hp, 44
Iets, digital $2695.
(1)6 person, port. $1650.
Both w/cedar cabs
under water lights & full
warrt. 727-858-5185
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
Call 1-800-980-7727.
SPA! Overstocked! New 7
person spa-Loaded! In-
cludes cover, delivery &
warranty. $2999, was
$5999 888-397-3529.
SPA seats 6,3 months old,
w/cover & steps. Mov-
ing, must sell! Paid
$3500, asking $1900
813-649-9647
oI83 Water
I dea Vehicles
HONDA 2002 AQUATRAC
Turbo mint cond, garage
kept, incl 5 yr warr, pefrt.
trir, cover, life jackets
gloves etc $8500
OB0813-610-4363
1996 WAVERUNNER 760,
Low hrs, great cond,
trailer, adult owned,
with xtras. $2800.
813-837-8429,340-4663
SEADOOS(2)
1996 GTX w/ Trailer.
813-763-0506
Jet Ski, 1996 Polaris, re-
built like new 2001, 2
sweater with trailer,
$2500.813-681-8239.

2004 Sea Doo Jet Ski
GTX4-TEC 155 hp. Only
6h. With trailer. Sacri-
fice at $8900. 813-662-
2532; ceil 727-639-3883
SEADOO 1996 XP, exc.
cond. 110hp, 60+ mph
w/trailer orig. owner
low hrs. $2750 obo. Call
Jamie 813-494-7407
JET SKI 1998 Kawasaki
ZXI 1100 w/trailer, new
eng, dealer installed,
135hp, great condition.
$3900 OBO 863-581-3167
KAWASAKI 1994 750ST,
3 sweater, newly rebuilt
engine, 99 trailer,
runs great! $2150.
813-926-6689
SEADOO's (2) GTX.2001
3-seaters w/ trailer.
$10,900 813-643-3880
Please call after 5pm.

1996 701 Waveraider, 2
seater, runs excellent,
with double trailer & u-
tility box, lots of acces-
sories. $2000.264-5643
2002 SEADOO RXDi with
trailer & cover. Yellow &
black. 130hp, 14.9 hrs
like new. Must sell!
$6,500 obo 727-844-5925
12'Fishing Kayak, Necky,
sit on top, used once.
Green w/ all access.
$600727-656-0144

KAYAK Aquaterra Sea
Kayak 16.5 ft, field
cargo water skirt. $300
813-431-7424
1584I Boats I
11' Jon Boat, new Trailer,
new 4hp Jonson motor,
external tank, life
jackets. $975.
14' ALUMINUM 2004 flat-
bottom, 25HP elec start
Evinrude, trolling mtr, 2
batteries, casting deck
$2,350.813-655-8993
PEDDLE YOUR BIKE
WITH AN AD IN
CLASS 452


1584 1 Boats
16'3" SILVER KING '97
custom flats, 100HP Su-
zuki, trim tabs, pole,
trolling mtr, alum. trlr,
$6,500. (863) 453-5152
17'1995 AQUASPORT 175
CC, 03 Suz DF115 w/25
hrs, Hyd tabs trailer,
10K obo (813) 60-4159,
cell (813) 478-4449
17' Action Craft 1720SE
2000,115 Mercury, alum
float on trir, garge kept,
too many extras to list
$19,500.727-868-3125
17' BOSTON WHALER
w/trailer, '94 Evinrude,
88hp, new head just rebit
cent. cons. $5000 obo.
813-732-8353 988-3278
17' SUGARSAND TANGO,
2001,210HP, Mercury
jet drive 60hrs on motor,
AM/FM/CDw/trailer.
$8,495. 813-416-8067
18' Deep V Bowrider Boat,
w/1990 Yamaha 150,
hvy duty trlr, good cond,
$2850. 813-908-5550
335-5277
191/zFT, 1999, offshore
center console, 125
mercury motor, very
low miles.
Call 813-659-0312
19FT. 99' Bayliner, like
new, under 70 hrs, 135
1.0., primarily used in
fresh water new canvas.
$8500 813-907-7337
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' 2001 YAMAHA LS2000
Jet Boat, garaged.
270HP, CD, trFr Bimini,
ski pole, 11,000.
863-781-2238

20'Seacraft 130HP Honda
4 stroke & electronics.
Alum drive on trlr.
$28,000 813-920-3736
954-658-8408
21' MAKO, 1978 cent.
cons. '99 225 Suzuki,
Loran VHF, color FF, live
wells full canvas, trIr,
$6506. 813-342-6021
days or 715-4562 eves.
21'MAKO Bayshark 2110,
Merc 225 opt, jack plate,
trlr, am/fm/cd, live well,
fact warr until 2009
$24,700 813-643-4433
22' Century, flat/bay
boat, 115hp Yamaha,
new trolling motor live
wells, onboard battery
chargers, alum trailer.
$9,500813-350-9893
22' Pursuit, cc 1997 Twin
115 Mercs. T-top, elec,
2004 Alum Trir. Ready to
go. $10 700obo. Lots of
extras., 27-423-7287
22' Searay 220SRV, cud-
dy, orig 1974 GM 350
eng. New manifolds, al-
um trlr 2003. Solid boat.
$4200.813-786-8987
23' 1996 CROWNLINE BR
Less than 10hrs on new
454 Bravo3 Never in salt-
water. 16,500
813-891-0551
24' 1989 Wellcraft, WA
Cuddy, OMC 225 low
hours, GPS, color scope,
more. Good Boat $8,900.
Call 813-240-6086
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
27' 1998 Crownline 268,
shore power, ac, fully
equipped cabin w/color
tv, GPS chart plotter.
$32k. 863-214-3178
27' 2004 BOSTON WHAL-
ER OUTRAGE Twin Merc
225 4 strokes. Every opt.
Raymarine radar S,
941-373-0750
27' SEARAY 1996 SUN-
DANCER, full canvas,
A/C, 7.4 310 HP motor,
Exc. Cond, $29,000.
Chuck 813-966-1071
28'SCOUT SAILFISH CEN-
TER CONSOLETwinn Ya-
maha 225 4-stroke, Gar-
min elect. over $100 k
new, used 4 times, ask-
ing $85k 727-460-6337
(813)962-1338
31' 1999 SEARAY. 310
Sundancer, always prof
maint, kept under cov-
ered slip. Best on mar-
ket! $95k 813-814-4410
38'1985 Chris Craft Cata-
lina, sleeps 6 in 2 state
rms & salon. $69K obo
www.legers.us/boat
727-490-7255
38' SEARAY, 1997 Sun
Sport 380 gen. air, low
hrs. racked, always
serviced, exc. cond.
$115K 814-450-2692
TRADE 2003 27' Shasta TT
w/slide out, for 16'-19'
Boat, Motor & Trailer of
equal value.
I' 813-634-9898W
1585 Boat Slips -|
585 Storage

South Bay RV & Boat
Storage -Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+/mo. Secured loc'n
813-684-9171
ADVERTISE IN CLASS 631
AND SEE YOUR VAN GO!


S Storage
Carrollwood Outside
Storage! All boats/RVs
welcome. Secure facility/
24 hr acc. Reasonable
rates. 813-505-2803
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Morris Bridge Road.4mi
N. of Cross Creek Blvd.
RVs, boats autos, etc.
$35+ /mo. 813-866-5533
Boat Slip with 12K Lift, up
to 30' Boat for Rent to
responsible person.
Hudson. $275 per
month. (813)245-4673
Marine
586 Supplies &
Repairs
SPUD BARGES FOR SALE:
2- 40'X10'X3' barges
w/2- 30'X6" spuds per
barge. Excellent cond.
Located in Marathon,
FL. 954-325-4975
T-TOPS ANODIZED
ALUM with new Canvas.
Customized to fit any
Boat $800. 941-266-0903
www.aqua-shade.com
50 Boats |
590 wanted

CONSIGNMENTS NEEDED
Fishing & Pontoon boats
Customers waiting to
buy. Advantage Marine
DadeCity 352-523-9646
600-649
Transportation

6 I Automotive
619 Services

TRANSMISSIONS Rebuilt
all makes and models
all work guaranteed. 15
years experience. Free
owing 813-760-0949
Bay Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warrarny
Auto/ .Boat/ RV
727-934-1731
Auto
620 Engines,c.
Parts & Misc.
Chevy engines, 305,350,4
bolt, small block400. Big
block 454. Installation
avail. Free towing.
813-766-8424; 368-7872
Engines & Transmissions
Used & Rebuilt 90 days
up to 3yrs warr. M-F 9-5.
Mem BBB 813-907-5519
FORD 460 V8, out of 70's
Lincolns, complete &
running, several to
choose from $500 each.
813-737-5466
Nissan 300 ZX, engine, au-
to trans, ac, t-tops, Ithr
seats, radiator, all parts.
Various prices. Call
813-929-8950/927-6581
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z, guaranteed
work. Installation
available & everything
elese. Call Rob for
prices: 813-610-1535

6271 Trailers
CARGO TRAILER,
Enclosed 4X6X4, single
rear door. $750. Call
752-0569
CARGO TRAILER,
7'x17'x78", AC/heat like
new, ramp/side door,
new $7550, sell $4100.
813-908-5550 335-5277
DUMP TRAILER
6'X12'X4', all steel
constr., 12K GVW,
tandem axle, exc. cond.
$4500 cash, 813-949-8401
TRAILER 6X10 Lawn main-
tenance Trailer with
Ramp and Sides. $1,800.
813-404-1509
2 I Trucks Light1
62 9 Duty |
Chevrolet 2000 S10,5spd,
89k hwy miles, Pewter
w/matching cover, ac,
cd, 4inch Beltech lower-
ing kit. $4500. 813-
298-2049 Good Cond.
Chevy 1986 Silverado
loaded, all chrome One
of a kind! Compltly re-
done!. New 350 engine.
$12,500.813-986-6454
CHEVY 1999 S10 Ext Cab,
LS Pick-Up, 3rd door,
43L V6 Auto, A-C Tilt
Wheel, Pewter, 57K mi,
$8,500.813-949-8308
Chevy 2000 Silverado
1500 P/U, ext. cab 4 dr,
4.8 liter V8, auto,
sprayed in bedliner,
$12,488.813-787-4541
CHEVY 2004 SILVERADO
8k miles, White, short
bed Pickup a/c, p/s,
am/fm, Auto., 2 WD,
5.3,8Cy1. tow package,
$18,500, Low Miles (813)
719-6494 -
DODGE 1999 Quad Cab
2500 long bed, Laramie
SLT, 5.9 8, loaded incl
Ithr, hi mi, Red, priced to
sell $5500.813-765-5181
Dodge 2000 Quad Cab
pick up, V8, auto, ac, full
power, new rubber, nice
truck, loaded. $9750.
813-986-6454
DOGDE 1987 DAKOTA, Sil-
ver, A/C. Good Work
Truck, Good Shape.
$1799. 813-752-5568
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6291 Trucks Lightl
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Ford 1979 Pickup F100,
completely second
-itioned. $3500 or trade
for a boat of equal value.
Call 813-654-7254
FORD 1992 F350 60 000 mi,
1 Ton Duelie, Utility, Ice
Cold Air, Tan, Auto., 2
WD, 8 Cyl., CD Clean
$6,600 Je 727-656-4290
(8i3)839-3795
FORD 1998 F150 XLT
Super Cab, Hard Bed
Cover, Exc. Cond. Many
Extras, $8000
813-671-4478
Ford 1999 F-150 Lariet ext
cab 96k miles Green.
$80600obo. 813-842-2123
or 813-902-1020
FORD 2000 Ranger X cab
XLT, 4DR, loaded, hard
bd cvr, 77K mi. book val
$11.5K, sell $7500
813-732-8353 *988-3278
Ford 2002 F150 Super
Crew, Silver, 44K mi,
bedliner, Cd player V-8,
great condition $15,900.
Call 813-781-8925
FORD 2004 F150 SUPER-
CREW near new 4.6L,
2WD, billet grill hitch
can email pics. $23,500
(813)453-5048
Mitsubishi 1992 Pickup
Truck, 4 cyl, 5spd, cold
AC, red/gray int, 104K
mi, good shape, $2600
obo.-813-833-0830
NISSAN 2001 FRONTIER
XE, ext cab, 4 cyl 5-spd
AC, CD, 50K mi, topper,
bedlnr, exc cond.
$10,999.813-785-4228
Where on earth can you
buy sell or find almost
anything? Classified, of
course! It's the market-
place of choice.
NISSAN 2002 Frontier
Crew Cab. Red, 19K mi.,
loaded, looks & runs
great, manuf. wrrty.
$17.5K obo 813-389-2458
Nissan 2002 Frontier SE
crew cab 4 dr long bed.
Exc cond, fully loaded
with extras. $13,000 obo
813-267-6086
NISSAN 2004 Titan SE
Canteen green, includes
popular pk1& utility bed
pkg. $23,75.
813-995-0646
Toyota 1998 Tacoma SR5,
4x4, 4cyl, 5spd, extra
cab 4wd blue metallic,
bedliner, 66k miles.
$10,500.813-353-4100
TOYOTA 2001 Tacoma,
ext cab, 6 cyl, 4WD, auto,
like new, $16,000
813-236-4204

4X4 1994 CREW CAB 182K
mi Auto 454 W/9 1/2'
Slide in Camper, clean
and runs great $9,500
(813) 891-0551
S qn Trucks -
6"" Heavy Duty

FORD 1991 Super Duty, 5
speed diesel, clean set-
up with 5th wheel,
goose neck. Low miles,
$5750.685-8499.
FORD 2000 F250 Diesel
4x4 Larriet, Loaded,
BIk/Gold. Goose neck
hitch. $17,500
813-299-5804
FORD 2002 F250 Lariat
j Crew Cab, 33.5K mi, exc
cond, gray, Ithr, 6CD,
tool box, liner $24.8K.
813-839-2922:298-9478
Spot Advertising Works
FREIGHTLINER 1998 FL-70
24' box truck. 19,000 +
miles on new engine.
Delivery trk, runs great.
$20,000.813.477.4184
GMC 1999 C-6500 26' box,
w/lift gate, Yellow, au-
tomatic, unleaded, 102K
mi, $12,500. Call
813-818-4916
INTERNATIONAL 2000
4700 DT466 120,000 mi
Black, Tow Truck,w/
Vulcan Steel Bed.
$25,000. Serious Inqui-
ries only please. (813)
933-3157
LINCOLN 2001 BLACK-
WOOD, Excellent condi-
tion, 17K mi., original
owner. 35,000.
Call 813-659-0312

REPOSSESSION
GMC 1999 C6500, 26' box
truck $13,500. Call
752-6193 Dean or Paul
HIGHWAY VANS
60 Fruehaus 48'
1987to 1990 $2750 each
Located Detroit.
519-657-5633
1630A IBuses I
Diesel 1980, 42 pass. Ask-
ing $17,000 obo. Please
contact Living Word
Church at (727) 845-8877
or come bythe church at
5151 Rowan Rd., N.P.R
GMC Bus 20' Stub Nose,
Great work vehicle
w/hitch, Diesel engine,
Runs Great!
$1,500 -813-382-8289
1630 -IWheel i

CHEVY 1989 S-10 Blazer
4.3 I, V6 AC, 4X4 1 own-
er, $1250. OBO 650-0225
JEEP 2003 WRANGLER
SIERRA, Black, excellent
condition, loaded.
Call (813)926-5235
or (727)458-4197


16311 Vans I
CHRYSLER 2002 TOWN &
COUNTRY Limited Mini
Van 7 pass, 42K mi.,
White, A/C. Exc cond.
$18,000 obo. 813-841-8943
DODGE 1992 Caravan, V6,
183k highway miles, lots
of new parts runs good
AC, light blue $1500
obo. 813-991-9161.
DODGE 1999 Conversion
Van B1500, Fully loaded,
V6, 75K miles, great
shape, runs exc $5995.
813-390-4307
FORD 1988 ECONOLINE
VAN, good work truck,
$500 obo
813-234-4555

FORD 1991 XLT Blue &
White $1200.
FORD 1978 Economy Van,
Blue, $600. Both in good
condo. Call (813)234-9711
Ford 1995 Turtletop Van,
auto, power brakes &
steering, ac, tv, vhs, Ithr,
alarm, immaculate, 84k
miles. 813-754-5833
FORD 1997 350 XL 15 pas-
senger van, exc cond
65k mi, new warrantied
front&rearAC, $11,900.
813-741-0078o 924-9790
FORD 1999 VAN V8, tri-
tone high top working
van, has 2 seats green.
$9000.obo 813-971-8955
Lv Msg call aft Noon
FORD 2000 Windstar
Cargo Van, White,
Loaded Alarm 55K Mi,
$5,750. 813-393-6651 or
813-962-1265
FORD 2000 WINDSTAR
SEL, Fully Loaded,
Leather, All power, rear
AC, VCR, excellent cond,
$10,900.352-567-6141
PONTIAC 1994 TRANS
SPORT, V-6,teal, all pwr,
AM/FM/Cass, 150k mi,
runs good no air $900
obo 813-672-9835
TOYOTA 1999 SIENNA
VAN 59,010 mi, Burgun-
dy, Auto., 2 WD, 6 Cyl.
$12,500 OBO, Must Sell
(813) 657-9394
S sport Utility
6321 Vehicles

CHEVY 1997 Suburban
1500 LTfully loaded, 96K
mi, tow pkg, exc cond,
blue Ithr. Priced to sell.
$8,990.813-610-1642
CHEVY 1999 Suburban
1500,4WD pkg, gold, low
mi. 66K, CD quad seat-
ing, tow pkg, $11900
Oldsmar602-70-0867
CHEVY 1999 Tahoe LT,
Loaded, 89K mi,Lthr,
newA/C &tires, dual air,
well maint, exc cond,
$10,697. 813-949-3736
CHEVY 2004 Tracker 4X4
only 6K mi
4dr, loaded, 1 owner
$12,900.813.833-2733
DODGE 1985 RAM Char-
ger, 318, 94K mi, 1 own-
er, garaged, AC, $2,900.
Call813-933-1848
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
DODGE 2000 DURANGO
68K mi, Red, Lther, Pwr,
3rd row, CD, Auto., Tow
Pkg, Cold A/C 8 Cyl.
$11,000 (813) 951-5460
FORD 1991 Explorer Eddie
Bauer, sunroof, 4 door,
4WD good body, runs
ok, h"g1 mileage. $1475
obo. 813-205-7194
Ford 1994 Explorer Ltd, 4
WD, auto, full package,
white, exc cond,
sunroof. Asking $4500
941-921-3155
FORD 1999 Expedition
71,000mi, auto, power, 2
TVs/DVD/VCR $16,000.
Call 727-409-9378.
FORD 1999 Explorer Sport
57,000 mi, Clean, Auto
Trans, 6 Cyl, Runs Good,
$7,900 obo (813)

FORD 2001 EXPEDITION
XLT 62900 ml, Red, 8 Cyl,
Leather, 6-CD, Premium
Sound, XM Radio incl.,
Tow Package, 3rd Row -
$18,750 Must Sell (727)
643-072'
FORD 2002 Expedition,
Eddie Bauer, 4x4,
Red/Beige, 42K mi. Very
nice. $22,500
813-299-5804
FORD 2002 Expedition,
Eddie Bauer. Loaded
leather, exc cond., 52K
miles. $24,000.
813-763-0506
FORD 2003 Explorer Sport
Trac, 4WD White
W/Beige Leather Load-
ed, 19K Mi, Asking
$24,000* 813-618-0191
GMC 1997 Suburban 2500,
5.7 liter V8, customized
front Ithr complete tow
pkg, Best looking Subur-
ban in town! $11,995.
813-787-4541
GMC 2002 YUKON
XL/SLT, 67k mi Pewter,
Cpt Chrs, Ithr, On sTar,
tow pkg $22,000 obo
813-994-9433
Honda 1998 CRV
4 cylinder, blue, 4 wheel
drive, auto, 87,183 miles.
$9,500.813-633-8955
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632 Sport Utility I
32 Vehicles
Hummer 2003 H2, luxury
pkg, OnStar, towing
pkg, exc. cond., fully
oaded good miles, First
$39,999,813-426-5060
INFINITY 2001 QX4 leath-
er 48K, sunroof, al pwr,
int. wood pkg, Bose
sound sys., fac. wrrty.
$18,500.727-410-3939
ISUZU 1997 Rodeo 5
speed Transmission,
Low Miles, Ice Cold AC,
NewTires, Great 1stCar,
$4,500 obo 813-672-4259
JEEP 1993 Grand
Cherokee Laredo, 6-cyl,
2WD 4-dr auto, cold
new AC, 14K hwy mi. Dk
Green w/Tan int, all pwr,
alarm, tint, cruise, cloth
seats, like new cond.
$3,650 obo.
352-666-1720
JEEP 1995 Grand
Cherokee, white,
loaded, leather 4x4, V6,
low mi. $4000 obo.
813-960-2494
JEEP 2004 LIBERTY Ltd ed.
Full-time doctoral stu-
dent, must sell. White
w/white Ithr, only 5500
mi., all options. Pur-
chased in Feb. Priced
below blue bk: $21,500.
Make offer 813-391-4229
Landrover 2001 Discovery
II 29k mi, very clean, exc
cond, white an leather,
fully loaded, under war-
ranty. $17,500 obo.
813-879-3330
Lincoln 2000 Navigator,
47k mi, black/tan, dual
capt's chrs, nay, 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)
546-5588
MERCEDES 2002 ML320
Sport, Loaded/100lK
warranty. 3rd seat.
Gold. $22,000
813-299-5805
NISSAN 1998 Pathfinder
4x4, black, Ithr int, sunrf,
TV/DVD custom stereo
& whis $9,995 813-265-
8910/833-1574
NISSAN 1999 Pathfinder
SE, 46K miles, beige
w/leather, 4x4, Bose
stereo, alarm, towpkg.
$14,750.813-837-7037
NISSAN 2001 Pathfinder
XE white, V6 3.5 eng.,
CD, AC Mint Cond., fact.
warr, 10700 mi. $15,50
obo (863} 644-3027
TOYOTA 1995 4 RUNNER
SR5, V6, auto, Black,
109K mi, sunroof, alloy
wheels. $6850 obo.
813-258-4098
TOYOTA 2002 Highlander
Ltd, superior condition,
39k Hwy miles $22,900.
813-886-1121 or
813-996-1338
Toyota 2003 4 Runner,
4wd, V8 20k miles Sir-
rius Sat radio, silver,
sunroof, loaded.
$28,500.813-235-6321
1635 I Motorcycles
CMC 1997 Heritage.
96" S+S, rebuilt l0ok mi
ago, $8250.
813-264-2725
AskforWayne
HARLEY 1992 Davidson
HD, FXRS-SP, 23K miles
lots of chrome great
condition. $10,000 obo.
Call 813-651-4974
HARLEY 2001 Sportster
883XL 16,000 Miles,
New Tire & Brakes,
Great Shape $5,400 obo
813-948-0132
HARLEY 2001 Wide Glide
6400 mi. radical paint,
chrome, ext. warr.
$19,500. 813-689-0550.
or240-4603
HARLEY 2002 Heritage
Softtail, Tons of
Chrome, Detach w/shield
Lthr Bags, Like New,
$17,500 *-813-241-5307
Harley Davidson 2003
100th Anniv. BIk Fat Boy
Showroom, 8.5K of up-
grades. Must see $24K,
Jim (813)294-6208
Harley Davidson 2003
Softail Std Ann Edition.
Garaged, Excellent
cond! Extra's. 3k miles.
$14,900.813-920-4177
HARLEY 2003 Lowrider
blk, all chromed, 1500
mi, must see to appreci-
ate. $18.9Kobo 763-0223
or 813-986-2694 aft 5pm
HD 1999 FXD Superglide,
7k miles, windshield,
back rest, lots of extra's,
Cobalt blue, very nice.
$11,000.813-494-0168
HD 2000 SPORTSTER 1200
8K miles, lots of
chrome/extras, very
clean. $6500 OBO, call
steve (813) 655-3019
HD 2002 CLASSIC Electric
Glide, 5k 1 owner lots of
extras super clean red &
black $17,900 (813)
719-6494
HD 2003 FXD 100th Anni-
versary Edition. Ext
warr, 50 mi garaged,
exccond asking $15,500
239-289-6282
HONDA 1988 GOLDWING
1500 GL, low mileage,
loaded w/ shur trailer,
lots of extras $7200.
813-662-5105


16351 Motorcycles I
HONDA 1999 Goldwing,
Excellent condition &
loaded. Taking Offers.
813-737-1133
HONDA 2001 CVR600F41,
7500 mi, $600 in extras
incl cover & helmet,
Silver/BIk. $5200 obo.
727-938-3610
Kawasaki 1996 Elimina-
tor, custom bike, adult
owned always garaged,
under 5k mi, $2995 obo
352-583-8290; 206-5736
KAWASAKI 2003 KX125
Good condition, very
fast full riding gear in-
cluded. $3000 olo Call
Mike 813-967-2893

SUZUKI 1996 650 Savage,
8500 mi. runs good,
$1900 obo. 813-984-1342

SUZUKI 1997 KATANA
750cc, 6,900 miles,
black, new: paint, pipe
chain, sprocket, jet kit.
$3,900 813-249-7700
SUZUKI 1999 INTRUDER
800cc, 3600 miles, like
new. Chrome Illusion
paint on tank. $3500
OBO813-760-1471
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
Yamaha 2003 YZF600, ga-
rage kept, perfect cond,
800 mi, $100 in upgraes
Ext warr, black & silver.
$6200 obo 813-299-3947
1636 Golf Carts I

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
1637 ATVs I
Artic Cat 2002, Model 375,
4x4 automatic, Like
new, hardly used.
$3800 obo (2 available)
813-967-2460
Eton 2001 NXL50 Light-
ning, 50cc 2 stroke, com-
pletely serviced, exc
cond. $1000 obo
813-679-5595
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 RURNINGOR
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 1972 El Camino SS
Clone, 350,4 barrel runs
& drives well. $3500.
Possible trades.
813-685-5895
CHEVY 1972 Monte Carlo
Restored, 73K orig
miles, PS, PB cold air
new tires, Rally wheels,
new paint. Many other
new parts. $5900
813-949-0181
CHEVY 1978 NOVA,
2 door, 250 6-cyl, good
condition, extra parts.
$2995 obo. Ask for Bryan
813-961-8572
DATSUN 1983 280Z
$3,000/OBO
813-655-5157
Ford 1930 Deluxe Model
'A' Rumble Seat Coupe,
total restoration. 100%
dismantled. Everything
is new & rebuilt, luggage
rack, stoneguard, side
mirrors, wind wings, de-
luxe interior.
$19,800firm. Call for ap-
pt. 813-996-4516. Illness
forces sale. Only serious
inquires
FORD 1970 F100 Pickup-
Short bed V8, speed
restored, $5500 obo.
813-758-7688
Lincoln 1978 Mark V,
460 V8. Loaded, 44k, all
original ice cold air,
immaculate sacrifice
$3500.813-737-5466
MGB 1978 33,490 miles,
excellent condition. Ga-
rage kept. $6,500.Please
leave message. (813)
977-7985
PONTIAC 1966 CATALINA
Convertible, Red, runs,
needs restowation.
$2,500 OBO ortrade.
Call (813)949-2144
PORSCHE 1983 944, 109K
miles, 5spd, AC, CD,
Black on Black, very
good condition, $3,900.
Call 813-949-0120
WANTED: JAGUAR XKE/
XK Healey/ MGT/TR3/
MGA. Any condition.
Cash buyer willpick up.

When you read Classified
it's. HELLO...GOOD BUY!


i4 Station
648 Wagons
FORD 1998 Escort Station
Wagon, 107K miles, runs
great cold AC, automat-
c. $1800. Call Robert
813-610-1090
16491 Automobiles
4 For Sale
ACURA 1998 2.3 CL Red,
full pwr, sunroof, CD,
cruise, good condition.
$6,9600. Call
813-781-1176240-0025
ACURA 2002 RSX Type S
Met. pnt dk grey, OEM
spir, fog lights, 49k, Ga-
raged$15 995.
Details 813-92-0655
AUDI 1998 A6 2.8 Dark
Tint Black Interior,
Nice 18" Silver Rims,
Looks & Drives Great.
$10,500 *352-588-4293
AUDI 2001 S4, Blue, Sport
Pkg, beautifully main-
tained, 61K mi., inlext.
warranty, $23,500 OBO!!
Robb a 813-335-8403
Audi 2002 TT, silver, fully
loaded, premium & au-
dio package Mint Condi-
tion! Must See!! $22k.
813-967-7454
BMW 1979 635, great
shape, 88,000 miles
blacked-our, Erebuni kit
$3000 obo. 813-382-2808

BMW 1987 325iS, Black, 1
owner, 112K mi, alarm
runs great, very good
cond, loaded, $3000 obo.
813-361-1623
BMW 1992 318i Conv't.
mint cond. red, 1 owner,
garage kept, new top,
new ires &paint, asking
$4999 813-334-5318
BMW 1997 328i, sports
pkg, auto, sunroof, 62K
mi., bik, tan Ithr, good
condition. $11,000.
1-800-814-3369
BMW 1997 740 IL 58,100
mi, Silver Sedan, Auto
8 Cyl. $17,500' (8133
376-2825
BMW 1997 Z3 Convert-
ible, bk, tan Ithr, auto
CD, 107K mi, perfect
cond. Must sell. $11.9K
obo 813-991-1762
BMW 2002 325ci Dark
Blue, Leather Interior,
New Tires, Warranty
Sunroof, Loaded W/all
Opt. & AEM intake,
$29,000* 813-264-4213
BMW 2002 325i 18K mi,
Auto, Oxford Green/
sand Ithr, Xenon head-
lights, Premium pkg,
fold-down rear seats,
Harman Kardon sound,
garaged & babied, only
27,995 (813) 810-0117
BUICK 1992 CENTURY,
Runs Great, Strong En-
gine, Pwr Locks &win-
ows,DrkBlue, $700 obo
a 813-956-0267
Buick 1993 Park Avenue
Ultra, 1 owner ex-clean
well maint., White/Grey
Ithr, full pwr, new tires,
super charged, 25 mpg
128K. $3,500 813-765-7247
BUICK 2000 Park Ave Mint
cond, garaged. Must
see! Paint upgrade,
heads up, $9500.
813-684-1774.
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PLUS Cars and trucks
from the Government at
www.govdeals.com
Great Prices! Register
Free and bid at the on-
line auction Many other
items listed. Get help at
800-613-0156
CADILLAC 1995 EL Dorado
Red, tan fabric hard top
neutral leather 45kl
miles, well maintained
miles, Norstar engine,
garaged. Beautiful
Isport coupe, $8,450.
813-286-8650,
Cadillac 1996 Eldorado
ETC, Northstar, sunroof,
12 CD changer, leather
interior, sunroof, $8000
Call Mary 813-598-6279.
CADILLAC 1997 SEDAN
DEVILLE, 89K, fully
loaded, leather, nice
condition. $4,900.
813-248-4288
CADILLAC 1999 Deville,
Only 35k mi, silver, grey
int, power moonrf, dual
climate controls, loaded
$10,999.813-731-9470
Cadillac 2001 Deville DHS,
White diam, cloth top,
chrome whis, Ithr, Bose,
htd seats, exc cond,
$17,500.813-907-8249
CHEVROLET 2003 Impala,
20k mi, Fcty warranty,
CD, all pwr, Keyless en-
try, Like new, Must see!
$11,000/OBO 719-0801
CHEVY 1992 CAPRICE-
4 dr, blue & gray interior
a/c, pwr windows, clean,
good running cond. 134K
mi. $1900.813-957-0591
Chevy 1994 Cavalier RS
Fully loaded, cruise con-
trol, tinted windows, CD
player, good condition.
$850.813-685-2183
Chevy 1996 Geo Tracker,
Exc. Cond., AM/FM CD,
Auto, 4 Wheel Drive, RV
equipped & can be sold
with or without RV
equipment. 727-644-6500
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


649 I Automobiles
649For Sale
CHEVY 1996 Impala SS
78k mi, fully loaded, bur-
gundy. $14,500.
813-908-8154

CHEVY 1998 LUMINA
A/C, Auto., V-6, 4-dr,
Power locks & windows.
$2200 Good cond. 813
404-5773
CHEVY 2001 CAVALIER
50K mi Red 2dr 5sp,
Sunroof, AC/CD Cruise
$8500 OBO Must See!
(813) 765-0777
CHEVY 2001 MONTE CAR-
LO 83,000 hwy mi Red 6
Cyl $8950 OBO Full pow-
er pkg, well maintained
(813)920-8662
CHEVY 2002 Silverado
Z71 4x4 black, 28.9k mi,
leather, power windows
doors, seats, Onstar,
tow pkgb 16" wheels,
stereo, CD. $21,900 obo
813-843-5519
CHRYSLER 1994 LEBARON
3.0 V6, Red, 88K mi., all
Spwr, garaged, immac. in
out, runs perfect. $2,700
firm. Ph: 727-687-9157
CHRYSLER 1998 Sebring
LXI, leather, sunrf, CD,
alum. wheels, tinted,
auto, pw, $3950 obo.
813-695-5784; 293-7187
Chrysler 2001 Sebring
Cony LXI Lthr, loaded,
silver, 1 owner, garaged,
38k mi $14,300
813-505-1122
CORVETTE 1969 Stingray
Beautiful Blue Classic
350 W/AT, Exc. cond.
Looks & Drives Great.
$17,500 352-588-4293
Corvette 1998 cp red,42k
mi. auto, immaculate,
10 mos. warr. 0 deduct.
Extras, mature owner
$24k 813-855-2599
CORVETTE 2001, drk
ocean blue, removable
top, 23K mi, AT, HUD
chrome whis, MINT!
$24900obo 813-969-3728
CORVETTE 2004 Convert-
ible, senior owned, 3K
mi.. Magnetic Red
Metallic auto chrome
wheels, ift55 425.
Sell $42,600.813-433-6975
Dodge 1988 Raider- same
as Mitsubishi Montero,
good condition. Asking
$1325. Call 813-245-2424

Dodge 2000 Neon, ac
ps/pb, auto, new front
brakes, garaged, body
in excl condo. $2988.
813-892-8086
DODGE 2002 NEON, Gold,
21K mi, 5-spd, Tan int,
tint, 1 Owner, like new.
Must sell $5995.
941-953-3836
FORD 1986 Mustang Cou-
pe, Professionally built
by Ramsey Perfor-
mance. Too much to list!
$15,000.813-817-7427
FORD 1994 Crown Victo-
ria Police Interceptor,
88K Mi, 4.6 Full Power,
Wht/Blu Int, Very Clean
$2,300 Days 813-393-6883
FORD 1995 Crown
Victoria, front end
damage w/good motor,
trans & AC. $500.
813-495-7633
Ford 1998 Mustang
Cobra, 5spd. very clean,
apple red, high mies,
convertible. $9850obo.
813-495-49531 Owner
Ford 1998 Mustang, sil-
ver, V6 auto all power
great body, hinted, cold
ac. 107k miles.
$3500obo. 813-631-5234
Ford 2002 Taurus, 4 dr,
fully loaded, auto,
AM FM, garage $5250
Sell Imm. 727-787-1313
or 813-810-5678
FORD 2002 TAURUS
WAGON, 8 passenger,
very clean, must sell
today. $5,500.
813-248-4288
Ford 2003 Taurus Ses
DOHC, 20k miles,
leather sunroof, spoiler,
CD, auto, alum. wheels
$12,500.813-245-4673

GEO 1991 Prizm
new transmission paint
& tires, runs good $1500
OBO. 813-758-4683
HODNA 2000 CIVIC EX,
white w/greyint,40k mi,
A/C, cruise, pwr wind
sn rf, exc cond, $9,500
813-973-3812
Honda 1991 Accord DX,
Original owner, 5 speed,
manual, runs great,
133K. $2,100.
813-932-2398/ 215-6802.
Honda 1992 Accord EX,
loaded, sunroof, auto,
cold ac, 112k miles.
Good Condition.
$3400obo. 813-654-9710
HONDA 1992 Prelude Si
2.3,26MPG, fully loaded
Red w/Blk cloth int, grt
cond. Baby on the way
$4500 obo 813-727-1871
HONDA 1994 ACCORD LX,
Automatic, 4 door, ,
130K miles, all power,
$2500 obo.813-960-7598
HONDA 1994 Accord LX,
5spd, very good cond,
AC, new tires, belt &
brakes. Door dent.
$2,500.813-361-6200
PEDDLE YOUR BIKE
WITH AN AD IN
CLASS 452


S Automobiles
649 For Sale

Honda 1996 Accord LX,
black, NZO rims, clear
lights, cd, pwr pkg, mint
condition in & out!!
$6999obo. 813-767-6274
HONDA 1997 ODYSSEY
LX, Exc cond like new,
Dual A/C, PW/PL, only
103k mi, $4995
352-346-2676
HONDA 1998 Civic EX 2-dr
red, DC Sport Headers,
AEM Cam gears AEM
cold air intake, Tanabe
full cat-back exhaust,
Terminator II spoiler,
TYC rear lens, Racing
Harts wheels. $8700.
813-653-4125
Honda 2000 Accord EX V6
coupe, auto,all power,
Ithr, cd, sunroof, alarm,
w/ remote start, 56K mi.
$13,500 813-309-9093
INFINITI 1996 G20, 80000
mi., Ithr, sunroof, full
pwr, tinted, new brakes &
tires, runs great. $4,600
OBO. 813-973-8128
Infiniti 2003 G35
sedan 4D dark blue,
excellent cond.,
$22,500. Call Steve
13-376-3513
JAGUAR 1994 Vanden
Plas, Plum int, Saddle
int 114K, nice car, check
out prices then call me.
$4,100 obo 813-684-9862
Jaguar 1996 XJ6, all pwr,
Ihr, wood panels, 47k
mi, new tires, cold ac,
immac cond, must see.
$10,900.813-486-8554
KIA 2004 RIO, 26/33 MPG,
4 door, AC, CD, FM/AM,
warranty, stick shift,
$7400.813-961-5765
LEXUS 1993 GS300 movng
out of state! Exc cond,
fully loaded, 18" rims
tint, Ithr, 5yr warr, 120K
$7,995obo 813-368-2690
LEXUS 1993 SC300 Sport
Coupe, new Ithr, BIk on
Beige, new dash & tires,
factory chrome wheels.
$6,800.727-946-0444.
Lexus 1997 SC400
Wife's-garage kept.
90K mi-pearl. $13,750.
Really nice car.
813-417-5353
LEXUS 1998 ES300, black,
tan leather, chrome
wheels, tint, excellent
condition, $11,600. Call:
813-545-9251
LEXUS 1999 GS400 Hard
to find L tuned edition,
62k mi black w/tan int,
perfect cond, must see.
$22,500813-625-4864
LEXUS 2002 LS430 Like
new, fully loaded, navi-
gation system, Mark
mevinson sound, 28,000
mi, Burgundy, $44,900
(813)254-5518
LINCOLN, 1983 Towncar,
Good tires, Looks & Runs
Good $550.
813-908-5550* 335-5277

LINCOLN 1994 TOWN
CAR Signature Series,
non smkr, gar. kept ex-
tremely clean, $4500
firm. 813-293-4136
LINCOLN 1994 TOWN
CAR, Wht/Wht Ithr, exc
cond, 59K mi, all pwr,
$4500.813-633-9298

LINCOLN 1996 TOWNCAR,
gold, beige Ithr int, ex-
ecutive model, loaded
power, 58K mi, garaged
$6,000obo. 813-886-0754
LINCOLN 1997 Towncar
For sale by owner, 80K
mi., loaded, cream puff.
$6000 OBO 813-835-4949
or 813-244-1233
LINCOLN 1999TOWNCAR
Signature Series, exc,
clean in/out, well maint,
71K, asking $12,050.
813-995-295?
Lincoln 2001 Continental
silver, 1 owner, 34K
miles, dealer serviced,
fact warranty, loaded.
$13,900 813-245-4673
MAZDA 1992 Miata, 5spd,
convertible, runs great,
cute car. $2,500. Call af-
ter 7pm 813-988-5760
MAZDA 1994 MIATA
MX-5, 100,282 mi. red
convertible, 5 speed,
2WDm4cyl.$3100. Must
sell! 813-963-2840
Mazda 1999 626 ES, red,
pwr pkg, cold ac, 4dr,
thr, cd player, 57k
miles, all records.
$6500obo 813-766-9335
MERCEDES 1984 380 SL
Conv 2 tops ice cold
A/C, exc cond, silver ext
blk int,119k mi, $8900
352-583-8290;206-5736
Mercedes 1991 5005L 62k
Mi, service records,
white/tan, mint cond!
Garage Kept. $18,900
813-817-9814, 817-9812
MERCEDES 1992 300E,
exc. white over gray,
auto leather sunroof,
$6206 727-943-8274

MERCEDES 1992 500SL
convertible w/.two tops,
42K mi., like new,
$21,000.727-688-1565

MERCEDES 1997 S500 Sil-
ver w/Grey Lthr, 51K Mi,
Exc. Cond. $24,900
Clearwater
a 727-409-5449 V
PARK YOUR CAR IN CLAS-
SIFIED and see ittake off
in the fast lane!


S I Automobiles
649 For Sale

MERCEDES 1998 E320, like
new in/out 76K mi, full
transferable warranty,
Burgundy/Tan loaded.
$17,900.813-966-1898
MERCEDES 1999 SL500,
Rare panoramic glass
top, sports pkg, AMG
wheels, silver, 71K mi,
mint cond. $34,900.
727-741-5100
MERCEDES 1999 SL500,
Champagne, 52K miles,
STARMARK warranty to
100K mi, excellent cond.
$29,900 813-230-0350
MERCEDES 2000 E320 Se-
dan Bordeaux red/oys-
ter Ithr, exc cond, low
mileage, $29,000
813-854-2142
Mercedes 2000 S430, 65k
mi, gold, fully loaded,
luxury sedan $34,995.
13-684-2531

MERCEDES 2002 C320 18k
mi, loaded, garage kept
extra clean, mint cond!
$31900.
813-293-1850
MERCEDES 2002 SL500,
Roadster, 2dr, silver
Anniv., both tops,
19,900mi, Must see,
Perfect Cond. $62,000
813-299-5805
MERCEDES-BENZ 2003
CLK 320 20K mi, Black
Opal, gray Ithr, Coupe,
Auto., 2 WD, 6 Cyl.
moonroof, disk cd, bi-
xenon, VIN#:
WDBTJ65J23F050610
$42,000 (813)632-6600
MERCEDES 2004 BENZ
SL55AMG, 1870 miles,
BIk/Gray, never titled.
$116,000. Call
941-923-0535
MERCURY 1993 COUGAR
20,500 mi, Green, super
clean, Auio., 6 Cyl, cold
a/c,am fm casset.*
$6,900, Low Miles, Nice
Car. (813) 714-6134
MERCURY 1994 SABLE
Wa on, 7 pass, exc
condo, only 83K mi, runs
newI co[d AC. $2900.
508-942-6715
MERCURY 1995 Grand
Marquis, full power
new tires & brakes 94K
mi. exc. cond. $4000.
813-633-7260
MERCURY 2001 VILLAGER
ESTATE, 7 seats, leather,
20K mi., 1 owner, N/S,
like new, warranty thru
'07. $16K. 813-754-7892
MITSUBISHI 1992 Del
Monte, Loaded, leather
int, auto, alloy wheels,
80k orig mi, xtra clean
$3800 813-964-5980
MITSUBISHI 1998 Eclipse
GS, Loaded, Black, Black
Leather, 1 Owner, $7,200
813-754-1020
MITSUBISHI 2000 Eclipse
Coupe GT, burg. alloys,
sound sys. sunrf. V6,
loaded, 58Kgreat cond.
$9800 813-926-0793
MITSUBISHI 2003 LANCER
"LS", Gold/Tank int,
keyless entry, all pwr,
14K miles. $8900 obo.
813-453-8916
NISSAN 1988 MAXIMA,
V6 auto, fully loaded
cold AC, 77K mi. $1650
obo. 813-833-5012,
863-712-3301
NISSAN 1996 ALTIMA
GXE, champaign, auto,
ice cold air, drives great
Must see! $3806
813-363-3901
NISSAN 1997 ALTIMA, 4
dr, auto, A/C, AM/FM
Stereo, very good cond
$4750 813-229-3513;
13-748-4644
Nissan 2000 Maxima,
Beautiful pearl whit/tan
int., 91K hwy, PW, PS,
PL, AC, CD, spoiler,
$10,500.813-789-9621
NISSAN 2002 MAXIMA SE
Black, auto, 45K mi., all
options, new tires, pol-
ished rims, exc. cond.
$17,200.813-671-0410
NISSAN 2004 Sentra,1.8S,
blk, auto, 12k. Must sell.
$12,000.
Excellent condition
813-477-8731
OLDS 2001 ALERO, like
new, auto loaded, 2dr,
white, 4cyl, orig owner,
must sell $7500 OBO
813-368-7577
PLYMOUTH 1995 NEON,
runs like new, ice cold
A/C auto, adult owned,
$2250 obo 352-583-8290;
352-206-5736
PONTIAC 1989 Bonnaville
SE automatic, air,
100K miles, runs good,
great shape, white/gray
$2900.813-833-0830
Pontiac 1996 Bonneville, 4
door, 6 cvy, 88K mi., cold
A/C, new tires, all power,
exc. cond $3,495
Call 813-758-6032
Pontiac 1996 Bonneville
SE, all pwr, 115k miles,
new engine @ 82k miles
dark green. Good cond!
$3800.813-786-8987
PONTIAC 1997 Firebird T-
top Runs great, mechan-
ically sound, rear quar-
ter needs work & paint.
$5500 BB, asking $4000.
813-237-4195
PONTIAC 2000 Sunfire
57K mi., red sports
coupe, 5 spd, new
brakes, exc. condition.
Only $6950 813-991-9887


649 I Automobiles
49 For Sale

PONTIAC 2001 Gran Prix
SE, loaded, silver
charcoal interior 75K
mi. exc. cond.$6195 obo,
727-744-9094
Pontiac 2003 Grand Am
SE V6, 17k miles,
$9999obo. Still under
warranty. 571-221-6546
PORSCHE 2002 BOXSTER,
excellent condition, new
tires, updated wheels,
factory warranty,
$32,000obo 813.909.9279
SAAB 19933 9000 98K
Absolutly loaded, plush
Ithr, ice air, sn rf, alarm,
4 dr. beautiful cond,
$3650 obo. 813-971-3019
SAAB 1999 9 3 Convertible
Excellent condition, 45K
mi, new tires, under
warranty. $16,000
813-404-0004
SAAB 2000 9-3 47K mi,
Black. BLK leather, new
17" wheels, Convertible,
Auto., 2WD TURBO Cyl
V I A # :
YS3DD78H3Y7012776
$17,500 Must Sell (954)
536-9417
SATURN 1993 SL1, 4dr
dark blue, needs A/C
work, automatic, $899
obo. 813-785-A1805
SATURN 1995 SL2 4-dr,
only 9500 miles! Sun-
roof, 1 owner, superb
condition. $3875.
813-253-3599
SATURN 1997 SL-2, 4DR,
Exc. cond. 139K mi. auto,
cold AC, CD, navy blue
$3000firm. 813-920-3278

SUBARU 2002 OUTBACK
LL Bean fully loaded
seafoam green and gold
tan leather 42,300 mi,
Wagon Auto., AWD, 6
Cyl $!7,900, Flawless 1
owner (813) 719-6494
SUBARU 2004 WRX, 8K
miles Blue, 5-spd,
AM/FM/cass CD BBS
wh s, catback exhaust,
$25,000.813-907-5483
TOYOTA 1992 CAMRY LE,
V6, Light Blue, cold air
CD player, 162K mi, real
good cond. $2,600.
813-887-5562
TOYOTA 1994 CELICA,
130K mi, cold AC, runs
great. Exc cond $2500
obo. 813-949-9032 or
813-731-6633
TOYOTA 1995 Corolla DX
auto, cold AC auto
win/drs, AM/FI cass.,
extra clean int./ext.
$2995 obo. 813-983-0890
TOYOTA 1997 Selica Lift-
back, 3D GT, silver, 67k,
5 spd, all power, sunrf,
new tires, exc cond.
$7500.813-972-0103
Toyota 1998 Avalon XLS,
black w/grey interior,
everything electric exc
condition. $12,999.
Call 813-391-0838
TOYOTA 1998 Camry LE,
rey, AC 4dr, 157k mi,
fullI loaded, runs great,
$7500 813-684-2531

TOYOTA 2000 LE 75K mi,
White 4Dr, Auto, 4 Cyl.
$7,995, Buy B4NextHur-
ricane! (813) 931-8998,
785-0699
Toyota 2002 Camry, Exc
cond, very well maint
35k mi, 4dr, A/C, CD, all
pwr, new tires $13,900
Ami 813-907-1133
TOYOTA 2002 COROLLA
LE, Auto, all power, load-
ed great mileage, 66K
miles, excellent cond,
$7400.813-748-5023
VOLVO 1987 240DL, man-
ual, runs great, good
shape, great teenage
car. $1,400. Call
813-835-5837
VOLVO 1994 850,. Looks
New, Low Ml CD
Moonroof, Leather, Jus
A Great Car! $5950.
813-986-6594
VOLVO 2002 C-70 Conv.
HPT all options. 10k
miles. New condition.
$31,600 (352) 621-6959
352-302-1358
VOLVO 2003 S60 4Dr,
BIk/Gry Lthr, Auto, Sun-
roof, All Power CD, Fully
Loaded, 19.5K Mi
$23,000* 813-765-4443
VW 1998 Cabrio Convt.
Auto, Wht/Wht CD,
Power Pkg, Exc. Cond,
Very Clean, $6,400 OBO
t 813-210-15959
VW 1999 Passat, only 64k
miles, loaded w/extras,
black leather. Asking
10300 nego.
813-505-1860.
VW 2002 GOLF 18,300 mi,
Blue, 5 Spd, AC, PS, PD,
Tilt 6 Disk CD, A-Bags,
ABS, Alloy Whis,fact.
warr for WR/50K Exc
Cond. $11,885 Blue
Book Fair Market Value -
PIs Iv msg. 813-220-7546
VW 2002 Passatt GLgray
leather, sunroof, CD, sil-
ver, 41k, clean, cass, ga-
raged, $15,900.641-2552
or work 813-831-8213.
VW 2002 PASSAT W8
Metallic Silver, 40K'mi.
$25,000.
Call 813-754-5899

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