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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE



4IECOURIER.


,..... AY, OCTOBER 28, 2004 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


ON THE MARCH


PRSRT STD
U. S. POSTAGE
PAID
TAMPA FL
PERMIT NO. 6238


in the
NEWS


COMMISSIONN

The city commission
approves a rezoning
request for the
proposed Lakeside
Station development.
PAGE I


CANDIDATESS

Take a last look at
candidates in four
local races.
PAGES 11,12,14


BRIGGS


Neighbors get
together for a good,
old fashioned block
party.
PAGE 8


INDEX

CALENDAR
PAGE 3

CLASSIFIED
PAGE 16

CROSSWORD
PAGE 2
FAMILY LIVING
PAGE 8

OPINION
PAGE 6


-& David Michael
Smith leads the
.Durant High
School Cougar
Pride Marching
Band at last
Saturday's game
against Plant City
High. As a drum
fro ijmajor, he said,
"You're not just
Part of the band,
you're one of the
leaders of the
band and your
job is to repre-
sent the band in
a positive
manner"
DAVE BUYENS/Photo



AMajor Achievement

Disability No Handicap For Durant Drum Major


By LINDA CHION KENNEY
lchion@mediageneral.com
There's a simple explanation
for why David Michael Smith is a
drum major for Durant High
School's Cougar Pride Marching
Band.
As he put it: "I decided to go for
it."
Tenacity notwithstanding, the
17-year-old senior didn't make it
the first time out, as a junior. But
he's at the top of his form this
year, directing from the podium a
173-member band that last week-
end was named Grand Champion


at the 4th Annual Chamberlain
Invitational Marching Band Fes-
tival, a qualifying event for state
competition.
Smith, who' lives in Plant City,
is not uncomfortable with the
looks he gets from students and
adults at other schools and com-
petitions. They, like just about
everybody else who meets him,
can't help but stare at the arm
that ends at his elbow and the
second arm, less than fully
formed, that ends in a hand with
only three fingers.
"Mikie," as friends and family
call him, said he expects the looks


and the questions that follow. He
considers it "a natural curiosity"
to want to know what happened
and why. Birth defect and don't
know, is what Mikie will answer,
and then it takes maybe just a
minute longer for his inquisitors
to get the fuller picture, that for
Mikie, what he doesn't have mat-
ters less than what he does have:
a passion for music and a drive to
succeed.
"Disability means you're disa-
bled; you can't do this and you
can't do that. My definition is dif-
ferent," Smith said. "I'm able to
do everything, or at least try, but


at some point you have to realize
you do have this disability and
there's nothing you can do about
it. I just take the 'dis' off and think
of the 'able' part, as in you're able
to do this and you're able to do
that. It's one of those things you
have to grow into. You have to
give it time."
Barbara Smith recalls a son
who in kindergarten fought her
about wearing his artificial arm.
He fought his teacher, too, which
prompted Smith to tell her to let
Mikie do what he wanted. If he
See MARCH, Page 22


PLANT CITY DIGEST
PAGE 4


CAMPAIGN FOCUS


Early Voters Show Up In Force


IN THE TRIBUNE
Here's a preview of
what you'll find in
The Tampa Tribune's
Plant City section
Saturday:
Q| A beautiful
learning experience .
is in store for Lin-


coin Elementary
students. A but-
terfly garden is an
educational tool.


TONY MARIRERU/Statt photo
Early voter Pam Pearre, left, drops off her voting
machine's activation card to polling volunteer Bethany
Wyckoff, who hands Pearre an "I Voted Early" sticker, at
the Bruton Memorial Library on Oct. 23.


LIBRARY SEES AVERAGE
OF 500 PER DAY
ByTONY MABRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com ,
Voters showing up at the Bruton
Memorial Library say they decided to
cast their ballots early to avoid the
rush.
But some voters found a rush
anyway.
Bruton is one of several early voting
sites in the county that have been open
since Oct. 18, and the library has been a
busy one. The library has seen an ave-


rage of 500 voters each day, with as
many as 700 on a busy day, said site
supervisor Phil Bethea.
Early voting continues at the library
through Nov. 1. On Nov. 2, Election'
Day, polls at the various sites in the city
are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
One poll worker described voters as
coming in "fits and starts." One
moment it's quiet and voters walk right
in, the next they're lined out the door.
The busiest time is in the evening when
many get off work.
Still, early voters will find a calmer
scene than those waiting until Nov. 2,
See VOTE, Page 21


SPORTS
PAGE B





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CALENDAR


Lakeside Station Zoning Approved


THURSDAY
Republican women
host candidates
The Plant City Feder-
ated Republican Women's
Club will host several
political candidates at its
"Celebrate Our Freedoms"
event Oct. 28 at 6:30- p m
at the Ramada Inn Con-
vention Center, 20411 N.
Wheeler St.
Guests will include Con-
gressmen Michael Bilirakis
as well as several local
candidates and elected
officials. There will be
heavy hors d'oeuvres and
a cash bar.
Tickets are $15.
RSVP: Janet Capezza,
707-5999.

FRIDAY
Hallowscreams dance
The Plant City Recrea-
tion and Parks Depart-
ment will host its
Hallow screams Dance for
local teens ages 12 to 16 on
Oct. 29 from 7 to 11 p.m. at
the Planteen Rec Center,
301 Dort Si.
There will be a costume
contest with cash prizes,
free pizza and drinks.
Admission is $5 at the
door, $4 for those in cos-
tume.
See CALENDAR, Page 5


Corrections .-
Ethel Glover, a,long-
time teacher at the Gloyer -
School in Bealsville, lives
in Bealsville. A story in last
week's edition said other-
wise.
The phone number for
the public to provide
input as part of the Plant
City Police Department's
attempt to earn accredita-
tion through the Commis-
/sion for Florida Law.
Enforcement is 707-7158.
A story in the Oct. 14 edi-
tion had the wrong
number.


DEVELOPER TO MOVE
FORWARD WITH PROJECT
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Commissioners on Monday gave a
thumbs up to a .1,370-acre residential
.development project along South Park
.Road.
Lakeside Station has officially passed
zoning, development design standards
and has received regional impact
approval two years after the idea was
initially conceived.
City commissioners heard a 15-minute
presentation from the developers, Sun-
rise Homes, and public comment con-
cerning the sometimes controversial
project during the Oct. 25 meeting.
The Lakeside development will include
some 2,500 homes with land set aside for
public schools and parks, and open
spaces for recreational uses. The property
has been tied to environmental studies,
closed landfills and the now closed phos-
phate processing plant, south of the
property at Coronet Industries.
Commissioners voted 4-0, with Com-
missioner Bill Dodson absent, to approve
the project.
Bob Appleyard, an executive vice presi-
dent at Sunrise Homes, said he was very
pleased with the work done by the com-
mission. He said the developers would
now move aggressively with the project.
"Last July, when environmental and
health questions were brought before
local and state agencies we hit the pause
button on this project," Appleyard said.
"Now we have hit play, and we are off and
running with the development plans."
Applevard said he thought the fate of
the Coronet plant and the land chosen for
the development have been too closely
tied to one another. While the properties


are adjacent, the Lakeside acreage should
be looked at as a separate parcel, he said.
"All the studies have shown that water
and soil contamination, even when the
plant was operating, and air quality meet
agency standards for health and environ-
ment," Appleyard said. "We are very con-
fident that the final report (now due for
publication in July) will state that the
property passes all required standards."
City Manager David Sollenberger said
the approval given Monday night was not
the end of consideration, regarding the
Lakeside development.
"At a later date, when the developers
have produced the subdivision plat, there
will be continued scrutiny on the project.
The city feels confident that there will be
no negative impact in the studies being
conducted," Sollenberger said.
ThIti far. the State Department of Env-
ionmental Protection, the H-lillborough
County.,-]-ealth Department, and the


Rob Anders,
director of the
city's planning
and zoning
department,
spoke in front of
about 75
interested
residents and
developers
during the Oct.
25 city commis-
S sion meeting.
GE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo

county Environmental Protection Com-
mission have said that air, water and soil
tests have shown no significant effects to
residents' health or the environment in
the area.
"I was told the agencies would combine
the findings by January for revue," Solle-
neberger said. "By July, the final report
should be made public. We don't expect
anything detrimental to surface that
would delay the Lakeside Station proj-
ect."
David K. Maltby, a spokesman for 300
Coronet and Springhead residents who
signed a petition regarding plans within
the Lakeside development, was one of six
residents who spoke during the public
meeting. The petitioners voiced a con-
cern about the requested closing of Coro-
net Road, from Roberts Ranch Road,
northwest to Park Road.
See CITY, Page 22


Free Hurricane Season Roadside Pickup To End


CITY WILL RETURN TO NORMAL
YARD WASTE CHARGES NOV. 12
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
S4.i"ghewman@mediageneral.com
If you haven't gotten rid of the debris
left on your property in the wake of hurri-
cane season, you had better haul it to the
curb.


The city, making use of outside con-
tractors and compensation of expenses
from federal and state agencies, has been
taking any yard waste placed at the curb
since Hurricane Frances blew, through
the area in early September.
Now officials say the city will return to
normal charges for yard waste pickups on
Nov. 12, for any abnormal yard waste left
at the curb for collection.


"After the week of Nov. 5, we will revert
to normal charges," said City Manager
David Sollenberger. "I would advise all
property owners to get everything to the
curb as soon as possible to be sure to
avoid additional charges for pickup."
The city will be reimbursed by federal
and state agencies for 95 percent of a $3
million clean up bill in the city since the
September storms hit the area.


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PLANT CITY DIGEST


Harlem Night
Three American literary giants will
swing through Plant City next week.
Zora Neale Hurston, James Weldon
Johnson and Langston Hughes will
come together in a program titled
"Voices of the Harlem Renaissance,"
slated for Nov. 4 at 7 p.m. at the 1914
Plant City High School Community
Center.
Admission is free.
And, well, it's not quite the real
thing, but close.
Portrayed by Phyllis McEwen, Bob
Devin Jones and LeRoy Mitchell Jr., the
three writers will talk about their lives,
their work, and each other. The three
combine acting ability and a deep
knowledge of their subjects to bring
them to life.
Hurston, Johnson and Hughes were
among a group of African Americans
artists, writers and musicians who
came together in Harlem between the
Depression and World War II and
unleashed a creative whirlwind that
changed the cultural and social land-
scape of America.


Special to The Courier
LeRoy Mitchell Jr, left, as James
Weldon Johnson, Phyllis McEwen as
Zora Neale Hurston, and Bob Devin
Jones as Langston Hughes will bring
their "Voices of the Harlem Renais-
sance" together at Bruton Memorial
Library on Nov. 4.

The event is presented by the Florida
Humanities Council and the Bruton
Memorial Library, with funding from
Tampa Electric Co., the Friends of the
Bruton Memorial Library, and Florida
Department of State, Division of


Cultural Affairs.
Bruton director Anne Haywood said
Plant City was chosen as a site for the
event because of the strong showing at
the Chatauqua event last year.


A Good Reason

To Go Shopping
Need another reason to go shop-
ping?
Didn't think so, but here's one for a
good cause.
Sister's and Company, the down-
town boutique that features apparel,
jewelry and accessories, is one of more
than 100 Tampa Bay area businesses
helping to raise money for the Chil-
dren's Dream Fund and the Pediatric
Cancer Foundation.
Shoppers pay $50 for a "Shop 'Til
.You Drop" card and get a 20 percent
discount off non-sale items at the par-
ticipating businesses between Oct. 29
and Nov. 7. The card can be used as
often as you like during that period.
All of the proceeds from the pur-
chase price of the cards go to the two
charities. The Dream Fund grants
wishes to children with life-threaten-
ing illnesses. The Pediatric Cancer


Foundation funds cancer research to
find a cure for childhood cancer.
Sister's, at 104 E. Reynolds St., is the
only East Hillsborough business par-
ticipating. Co-owner Devony Scott has
been involved with the Children's
Dream Fund in the past.
"It's always been such a great cause,"
Scott said.
There's another, and fitting, Plant
City connection. Local artist Jules
Burt's "fabulous ladies," who Burt has
always said are the born-to-shop type,
adorn the card.
For more information, call Scott at
754-0990.


Tree Karma
Mia Roach was saddened not just by
the damage caused to her business,
Mia's Place, by the mammoth oak tree
that fell during Hurricane Jeanne, but
also by the loss of the grand old tree.
She just hopes she can put the fallen
giant to good use.
Roach, who was pictured on the
front page of the Oct. 14 edition of The
Courier, has since had the tree
removed from in front of the historic
home on Thonotosassa road in which

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Call: Stephen Rossiter, 757-
9166, or e-mail srossiter@plan-
tcitygov.com.


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Boring Building on Strawberry
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Planteen Rec Center, 301 Dort
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The event will feature free
drinks and food, a live disc
jockey and a costume contest
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Admission is $5, $4 for those


in costume.
Call: 757-9166.

Halloween party
Quackers Cafe, 1707 D Jim
Redman Parkway (next to
Southern Hospitality), will
host a Halloween Party Oct. 30
for children and adults.
Children's party will be
from 4 to 7 p.m. There will be a
costume contest, apple bob-
bing and pumpkin coloring
contest.
Adult party is from 8 p.m. to
closing and will feature a cos-
tume contest, quackerburger
contest, apple bobbing, drink
specials and roulette karaoke.
Admission to both parties is
free.
Call: 707-9866.

PLAN AHEAD
Spring Harvest Ball
The East Hillsborough
Friends of the Spring will hold


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the annual Spring Harvest Ball
Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. at the Ramada
Inn Plantation House Confer-
ence Center, 2011 N. Wheeler
St.
The theme of the black-tie
optional event is "Reaching
for the Stars." Tickets are $100
per person and include a
champagne and hors
d'oeuvres reception followed
by a gourmet dinner and bal-
lroom dancing. A silent auc-
tion will be included as well as
a cigar bar on the verandah.
The cost is $100 per person.
Sponsorships are available
at various levels.
Proceeds will be used for
staffing and maintenance of
The Spring's Plant City out-
reach facility, where staff offer
assistance to victims of
domestic violence.
For ticket information, call
Jodi Smith, 754-3703. For
sponsorship info, call Hal
Brewer, 752-4949.


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The History of
Weils Memorial Funeral Home
Founded in 189to b\ the \\ lls Family. \eills FunLral Home is Plaint (i-'s olde[s
funeral establishment as ell as one oft the mosti deep-rooted in the county In
1936. ".Vells (then cm,,ned b\ Mr. Fred Kellv. Sr and tamil. I united v.ith a funeral
home o:,'ned b% the Green family h'ho. like the \\ell tfamilv. were pioneers to Plant
City. Subsequent to its merger in 1936. the funeral home continued to sene the
families of Plant Cicr a, ellslls Funeral Home. Lace\ McClellan ioned the funeral
home's staff in 1960. became part osner in 1965. and later acquired full ownership
,f Wells. In the 1Io-0:.. Lacev merged ellsls Funeral Home with Colonial Funeral
Homm and Memiia] Funeral Home Nov remrdiled. ellsls Memorid! is located
at loi\3, West Reinolds Street. \\Wells Memorial i' .ivn proud of its legacy and has
nos been serming its communirv fur u\er I(10. \ears. The home is a complete ser- ice
facility. providing full cremation, burial, and funeral sen ices for families of
all faiths ,with choice of two cemeteries to select From. -
The staff consist o:t well-trained. local residents w\ho
take pride in serninc rh Plant (.irsn communir through ,
their v.ork at the funeral home and through thLI hcmes I )gfi tV"
\arerv ut communal 'scrn ice a3Cntics and progr im-. --

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featured Lmployee:
Thomas McCabe
Plain old-fashion. simple curiosiry is what it took for Thomas
M cCabe Grosing up in Ncv, k-re, he rec.dl the path that took
him from his home to the community swimming pool. A path that
would tak, him past 5 Funeral homes. Always wondering about the
activities inside. Graduating from high school he enlisted in tilhe
arms and scrxed his country He soon found himself back home
after his 3 year tour ,f dur .An adsertisemen min the newspaper
1- morev borrossed f:,r a nev. Suit and a new career v. as launched.
That was nearly 2, )ears ago.

Thomas McCabe came to thie \\ells Memorial Funeral Home nearly
2 years ago .iter working in the Brandon area for many \ear'. He
takes pride in knowing he is now a part of a commnunir with .a heart.
A Commumnir where families have lied for gLnerrations and people
hase known Cach other ftor lifetime. He recalls standing in front of
the funeral home watching the parade., a commnunin' wifh a heartfelt
pride on display for all to see. A sight that reminded him of his role
in this community.

As a graduate of St. Petersburg Jr. College. Thomas McCabe is mar-
ried to "The Lovely Miss L rnne". Together they have -t children and
a total of 8 grandchildren. Oser the last S \ears Thomas has been
actively involved with the United States Marine Corp Toss for Tots
Christmas Toy Drive. He enloys fishing, photography and his col-
lecuon of Hot Wheel Cars. Thomas feels being a funeral director
is more than a title it is a life commitment. A commitment to the
community and a commitment to the families %we sene. And it is
our personal commitment to be rcad\. willing and able to respond
to the needs of the famihlie, .%e .er\e da) and night. anytime we are
called upon.

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Next Tuesday, millions
of Americans will cast
their ballots to select
the next president of the
United States.
Nov. 2 will represent the
culmination of a mind-
boggling outpouring of time,
dedication, energy and
resources. During the next
few days the nation will be
bombarded with a final
assault of advertising, news,
polls, opinion, programming,
persuasion, data, hype, spin,
arm-twisting and calculated
deception.
Most of us will have a hard
time distinguishing fact from
fiction.
If you are not cynical by
now, then if you are not
careful you almost certainly
will be by Tuesday morning.
It would be easy to throw up
our hands, declare "What is
the point of all this?" and
simply excuse ourselves from
the process.
It is a good moment, then,
to remember the words of
Winston Churchill, who made
the priceless observation that
our system is "absolutely the
worst form of government
ever invented with the
exception of all the others
that have been tried."
What we must remember,
and this is critical, is how all
this absurdity speaks to the


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immeasurable privilege we
have to live in a land where so
many clowns will go to such
lengths of buffoonery to court
my vote. Yes, "Mr. Politician
(who wants to be in charge of
the most powerful nation in
the history of the world)," you
can only get there through
me.
Absurd though it may
appear and annoying as it is,
there is only one reason for all
those people on television to
be so misleading and
disingenuous. There's only
one explanation behind so
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order to get a wildly distorted
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It all boils down to this:
Today, after 228 years as a
nation, the only way that
anyone in this remarkable
country can seize power of
any kind is through you. It is
only with your permission -
the consent of the governed -
that John Kerry or George
Bush or even Ralph Nader for
that matter could enter the
Oval Office and sit behind
that important desk.
Think about it. The first "
Continental Congress balked
at commissioning an army to
fight for the very indepen-
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they were concerned about
the potential for coercion
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millions of dollars to per-
suade a small percentage of
swing voters to re-elect him
president for life? "Support
me; it may bethe last deci-
sion you ever have to make!"
How about the Saudi royal
family? How do they work to
secure a political advantage?
Certainly not by lining up
James Taylor and the Dixie
Chicks to "Rock the Vote."
Over in China, can you
envision the soldiers climbing
out of their tanks in Tianan-
men Square to set up booths
where they hand out hot dogs
and soda along with "Vote
With Us to Oppose Student
Protest" buttons?
You, "Mr. Voter (who may
well be tired of all the hype),"
are the most important factor
in this election.
Love them or hate them,
both George Bush and John
Kerry believe in you with all
their hearts, too.
I don't know about you, but
I find great comfort in
knowing that. Hats off to both
of them, I say. Hats off to
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FAMILY


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WEDDINGS


BETrYBRIGGS/photo
Neighbors fill their plates at the Pal-Wow, an old-fashioned block party held in the historic
district last weekend.


Block Party Brings


Neighborhood Together


It was a first class Pal-Wow
at the Powell house last
weekend.
Dallas and Milene Powell,
who live in the old Edmiston/
McGrath/Hawthorne house
in the historic district, hosted
about 50 neighbors at an old-
fashioned block party under
their old camphor tree.
The brick driveway was the
perfect setting for a long table
filled with covered dishes.
Dallas set up his grill under an
oak tree and kept chicken,
ribs and sausage hot.
While we are sad to see
some of our old neighbors
leave the district, we are
happy to get to know hew
families, like Mike and Vera


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


Hinson (we'll see you next
time, Vera), Vicki and John
Horak and their two preco-
cious daughters, and Rick and
Susie (in Teresa Rice's old


COMMUNITY ROUNDUP

Meals on Wheels seeks office help
Meals on Wheels of Plant City seeks a volun-
teer to do light office work.
The volunteer works one day per week from
9 a.m. to noon at the group's office on North
Thomas Street.
Call: 754-9932.

Hurricane assistance available
People who have lost income or been laid off
because of the hurricanes may be eligible for
unemployment assistance. This includes work-
ers who would not normally qualify for unem-
ployment assistance, such as farmers, farm
workers and those who are self-employed.
For more information, call 1-800-204-2418,
or visit www.fluidnow.com.

Mature driver course
An AARP 55 Alive Driver Safety Class will be
held Nov. 11-12 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day
at South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N. Alex-
ander St. Insurance discounts may be available
to anyone 55 and older, consult your insurance
agent. To register, call 754-4444.

Blood drives
Florida Blood Services will sponsor the fol-
lowing blood drives:
Lowes Plant City, Oct. 30-31 from 11 a.m. to
5 p.m.
Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104 Cason St., Oct.


house next time we must
put last names on the name-
tags).
It's nice to hear about
people you've lost touch with.
Irma Moody told me about
three of her grandchildren, all
whom went to Plant City High
with my kids. Their dad, Jim,
is a federal judge in Tampa.
Daughter Ashlee is now an
attorney in Jacksonville, Jamie
an attorney in Tampa, and
Trish is in her first year of
medical school.
What's a block party
without football? One of
LaShawn Hardee's boys
brought, not a television, but
the real thing. Glad that
See BRIGGS, Page 17


- 31 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 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.

YMCA offerings
Plant City Family YMCA, 1507 YMCA Place,
and the Youth Extension Site, 502 E. Young St.,
offer the following programs:
Adult dodge ball, Mondays from 6 to 7:30
p.m., Nov. 8 to Dec. 20. Ages 18 and older. The
cost is $15 for members, $30 for nonmembers.
Another creative writing class has been
added the third Monday of each month from
11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
Sign Language for Babies is offered
Tuesday from 6:30 to 7:15 p.m. The fee is $30
per member and $45 per program member.
A beginner water color painting class is
offered Wednesdays from 2 to 4 p.m.
Bunko will start in November and will be
held the second and fourth Saturdays of the
month from 1 to 3 p.m.
Call: 757-66.77.
# The 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.
Call: Josh Kiper, 757-6677 or 629-3310.


Norwood-Hunt
Derek George Norwood and
Crystal Marie Hunt were mar-
ried Sept. 3 at 6 p.m. at the
Plant City home of the groo-
m's parents, George and Sue
Norwood.
The bride is the daughter of
Chuck Hunt and Kathy Hunt.
The Rev. Ron Thomas con-
ducted the double-ring cere-
mony.
The bride was given away by
her father and mother.
Maid of honor was Ryan
Burdick.
Best man was David Nor-
wood, brother of the groom.
The reception was held at
the Norwood residence.
The bride is a 2002 graduate
of Plant City High School and
is an office manager.
The groom is a graduate of
the Calvary Baptist Church
Academy and the Hills-
borough Community College
Fire Academy. He works as an
air conditioning technician.


ANNIVERSARIES


Debbie and John Walmsley


Crystal and Derek Norwood


Walmsley 25th anniversary
John and Debbie Walmsley
will celebrate their 25th wed-
ding anniversary by taking a
cruise with friends.
They were married on Nov.
2,1969, in Tampa.
The former Debbie Howard
was born in Plant City and is
employed by Publix Super-
markets.
John was born in Pitts-
burgh, and came to Plant City
in 1969. He works for Walden
Realty.
They have three children.


BOOK MARKS


Bruton
The following programs are
available at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St.
Call: 757-9215.
Children's programs
Story Time Tuesdays at
10:30 a.m. for children 2 1/2 to
5 who can sit by themselves in
a group. Stories, music, games
and reading activities make
up the 30-minute program.
Adult programs
Display: Native American
Art and Artifacts, through
November.
Book Discussion of 1984"
by George Orwell, Nov. 2 at 11


a.m. Copies of the book are
available at the library.
Voices of the Harlem
Renaissance, Nov. 4 at 7 p.m.
at the 1914 Plant City High
School Community Center
Auditorium. Actors/scholars
Bob Devin will portray
Langston Hughes, Phyllis
McEwen will play Zora Neale
Hurston, and Leroy Mitchell
will play James Weldon, and
will speak to the audience in
character and answer ques-
tions about their role in 20th
century literature.
Master Gardening: Plant
Propagation, Nov. 8 at 7 p.m.


CLUB NOTES


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. The
reunion will begin with hors
d'oeuvres at 3:30 p.m. The
cost is $30 per person.
Call: Pat Woods, 689-5153.

Federal retirees meeting
The Strawberry Chapter of
the National Association of
Retired Federal Employees
(NARFE) will hold its next
meeting Nov. 4 at 1:30 p.m. at
First Baptist Church of Plant
City. The meeting will be in


church's Singles Ministries
building, just west of the main
church building.
Call: chapter president Dick
Zeiner, 759-2887, or e-mail
pazrsz@aol.com.

Quilt guild
The Berry Patch Quilt Guild
will meet Nov. 11 at 7:15 at the
Winter Visitors Center, 301
Dort St. The group also will
meet Wednesday mornings in
November at the center to
create holiday gifts for the
needy. Bring a sewing machine
and something to eat.
Call: Sally Weiner, 752-
1993.


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FROM NEW YORK


Farmer's Market Connects

New Yorkers To Earth


Farmers truck their local
produce from small towns in
upstate New York, New Jersey
and Pennsylvania to the
Union Square Farmer's
Market in New York City every
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
and Saturday year-round.
A few years ago, when my
parents came to New York
from Plant City, I took my
father there. It was his favorite
and most memorable experi-
ence of the trip. At no other
time did I see him as comfort-


able as when he was talking to
the farmers at this open-air
market about their produce.
I also think he was happy to
see I had a place to shop in
New York City like the farm
markets back home. Of
course, some of the best foods
from all over the world can be
found in New York City. But
anyone who has ever eaten
strawberries at the Plant City
Strawberry Festival in Febru-
See KLEIN, Page 18


REBECCA
KLEIN
Columnist


REBECCA KLEIN/photo
It takes a big canvas bag to bring home some of the abundance
for sale at Union Square Farmer's Market in New York City.
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To advenrise your church in our Church Directory, please call Natasha Davis at 752-3113


ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Doier: .. lDo'er Rd & Downing St,
659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
Allen chapel : 1109 1. Laura St,
52-- .89
Mount Olire: 1113 U. Madison St
.lount Olive: Horton Rd,
"3"-2628
APOSTOLIC
.lsamblea postolica:
1501 Co/son Rd. "3"-3496
Apostolic Church
ofJesus Christ:
1212 W Reynolds, 477-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd,
Lithia, 685-4240
Bethany: 9804 Harney Rd,
Thonotosassa, 986-5771
Calvary Fellowship:
1110 N. Gordon St, 752-5005
Dover First: SR 574 & Pettie Rd,
689-0343
Faith Temple: 1-4 at
Hillsborough-Polk County
Line, 752-0532
Faith Lighthouse:
3409 SR 39 N. 752-1885
First Plant City:
Charlie Griffin Rd,
W of SR 39 S, 752-3351
Fort Alafla: Corner of South
Hwy. 39 & 'Swilley Rd, 737-465.6
Keysville: SR 640, 737-4803
Mount Zion:
1-4 at Thonotosassa Rd, 752-1614
Pleasant Grove:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-3529
Victory Worship Center:
County Line Rd, 754-6089
Sydney: Sydney Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of Sydney-Dover Rd, 659-0532
Turkey Creek:
Turkey Creek Rd, 754-5372,
BAPTIST
Ahava: Turkey Creek Rd,
N. of SR 60, 737-3739
Alafia Baptist:
222 Alafla Church Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd, 737-3240
Berea: SR 39 S, 737-1232
Bethany: Cork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel: 804 W. Renfro St,
754-2239
Beulah:Allen & County Line Rd,
Lithia, 737-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd,
752-2875
Burchwood Temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 574, 752-3782
Calvary Free Will:
3539 Trapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grove: E. Keysville Rd,
737-1234
Central of Lithia:
Pinecrest & Keysville Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 E. Alsobrook, 752-3740
Community Christian:
1310 N. Shannon Ave, 754-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S, Pinecrest,
737-1211
Dover Eastside: Countryside
Baptist Church, 2820
Gallagher, 571-8200
Dover First: N. Gallagher Rd,
659-0203
Eastside: 1318 E. Calhoun St,
754-2681
East Thonotosassa: Mclntosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd, 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 W Washington St. 754-6661
First Baptist Church of
Midway: Midway Rd, 752-7209


First Baptist 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, 754-4397
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W Ball St,
754-3834
New Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., 752-3985
Northside:
1700 N. Franklin 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. GranfieldAve,
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, NofSR 574
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calvary Community:
5209 Smith-Ryals Rd
Dover: Downing St, 659-2900
Plant City: 2103 Mudlake Rd.


"52-.1591
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 W Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
728 W Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Restoration Assembly:
106 S. Evers St.
Evangelists for Jesus
Tabernacle:
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Growth Center:
1310 N. Shannon, 719-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 E. Tomlin St, 754-1133
Deeper Life Fellowship:
Covilla Rd, W of SR 39 N.
Revival Outreach Center:
225 N. Dover Rd, 681-2250
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:
3202 N. Maryland Ave, 752-
3345
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church ofJesus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, 752-6364
LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd,
752-4622
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064
NAZARENE
Wagoner Memorial:
2402 Mud Lake Rd, 752-7863
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Calvary Chapel of Plant City:
2102 N. Park Rd, 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
W. McLin Ave.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffner Elementary
School, 657-7914
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. 764-0929
Greater Love Christian Center:
1109 N. Franklin St, 759-8270
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 F. Hillsborough .4re.
754-26"4
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St. 659-2624
Youman's Praise and tWorship
Center: I .S. 92 E
ORTHODOX
Holy Protection I krainian
Orthodox church : 3820 Mloores
Lake Rd. Dorer. 659-0123


PENTECOSTAL
Christian Life Assembly:
3120 S. Miller Rd., 657-4832
Living Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. Evers St, 759-0528
New Hope Worship Center:
803 W. Mahoney St, 757-6123
New Life Temple Pentecostal
Church of God:
3301 Clemons Rd, 754-7088
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dover: Moore's Lake &
Holiness Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the Living God:
1102 Tyler St, 754-5840
PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant City:
1107 Charlie Griffin Rd. "59-9183
First Presbjrterian Plan, -'y:
404 W. Reynolds St. 752-4211
SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk with God Ministry:
15140 SR 574, Dover, 659-0930
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant City: 2203 Strawberry Dr,
752-4694
SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W.Johnson Rd,
754-5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.,
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, 6:30pm Spanish
at
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
(Off of 574 Dover)
Sunday Masses
7am,10:30am & 12:15pm English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
(Off 1-4, Exit 21 South)
(813)752-8253
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185


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Downtown Plant City
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OCTOBER 2812OOf* TlE~ibUREK 11,


COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 7


WANTS TO HELP ACHIEVE
'BALANCE' IN GROWTH
ByTONYMARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Denise Layne saw what was hap-
pening in her community and took a
stand against rampant development
as president of the Lutz Civic Associa-
tion.
Now she wants to do the same for
the county.
"Through my experience as a com-
munity leader, as someone who's
interested in the environment and
growth management, I see the balance
that can be achieved," Layne said.
Layne. a Democrat, is running for
the county commission's District 7 at-
large seat against Tampa teacher Mark
Sharpe and Tampa businessmen Joe
Redner.
Layne, a paralegal, has worked as
both a paid and volunteer lobbyist for
the Sierra Club. The first time she
went to Tallahassee was to rally
support for a bill she wrote that better
connects growth with available water.
Speaker Johnnie Byrd was one of the
sponsors.
"Of course it died a miserable


Denise Layne
PARTY: Democratic
BORN: Feb 25.1955, Chicago
FAMILY: Husband, Charlie: adult son
EDUCATION: High
school graduate., some
college
'- OCCUPATION: Owner.
Paralegal Associates Inc.
EXPERIENCE:
President, Lutz Civic
Association;' chairman,
Tomorrow Matters!, a regional growth
planning group: lobbyist, Sierra Club Florida
chapter; member of the citizens group that
developed the Lutz Community Plan;
candidate for county commission, 2002
CONTACT: (813) 948-8998 or www.denis-
elayne.com

death," she said. "But you know what,
that's the first year that the legislature
started talking about and realizing
and looking at the connection bet-
ween water, availability of natural
resources and land use."
Layne said she would bring that
knowledge of what she called "the
bigger picture" to the county commis-
See LAYNE, Page 19


Redner Asks Voters To Judge


Him On Ideas, Not Business


Layne Says She Can



See 'The Big Picture'


SAYS HE HAS SOLUTIONS
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Joe Redner doesn't mince words
when asked about people who won't
vote for him because he runs a strip
club.
"They're unreasonable people," he
said. "They have an expression for
that, it's called cutting off your nose to
spite your face."
The outspoken Tampa business-
man and owner of the Mons Venus
adult club is on the ballot again and is
hoping there are less "unreasonable"
voters this time around. Redner is
facing off against Mark Sharpe and
Denise Layne for the county commis-
sion's at large District 7 seat.
He says that, despite what people
might think about his business, he
can bring good ideas to the county
commission, and it would be the
voter's loss if they let "the Mons" keep
them from voting for him.
Good ideas from the current com-
mission, he said, have been lacking,
especially when it comes to growth.
"I see the developers leveling any
place they want to, ruining the envi-
ronment," he said. "I see them devel-
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FAMILY: Single, twice married, five adult
children
EDUCATION: General
Educational Development
S -degree
O. OCCUPATION:
Businessman, owner of
Mons Venus adult club,
Xtreme Total Health &
Fitness gym, Productions Services & Systems
lighting company
EXPERIENCE- Candidate for county
commission, 2000; candidate for city
council, 1983,1999 and 2003
CONTACT: (813) 354-9191 or www.vote
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developers not paying their fair share
of what their impact is. They're build-
ing where there aren't any schools
and increasing traffic."
Born in New Jersey, Redner grew
up in Hillsborough County. He man-
aged an adult club for a while before
opening his own. He also owns a fit-
ness gym and a lighting company.
His previous bids for office one for
county commission and three for
See REDNER, Page 19






12 THE COURIER OCTOBER 28,2004


COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 6


Blair Eager To Wrestle


With County's Problems


Buckhorn Says His Service


Is 'Highest Calling'


SAYS COUNTY SHOULD
BE RUN LIKE BUSINESS
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
In business, you're either efficient
or you fold.
Brian Blair, candidate for the coun-
ty's District 6 at-large seat, says
county government should be run
with that same mantra in mind.
"Our government has grown 26
percent in the last four years and the
county (population) by roughly 9 per-
cent," Blair said. "It's too much
government."
Blair, a former professional wres-
tler and Tampa businessman, was the
first to bring Gold's Gym to Hills-
borough County. He touts his
business experience as one of his big-
gest strengths and said a customer-
service oriented approach is what the
county sorely needs.
Blair, a Republican, faces Democrat
and former Tampa city councilman
Bob Buckhorn.
Blair contends the county's popu-
lation should be allowed to catch up
to county government spending, and
he might be willing to support a hiring
freeze. The reduction would be left to
attrition, he said.
"That would get us a government
that's efficient and smaller without
sacrificing services to the commu-
nity," he said. "It's done in the
corporate world all the time."
Though he was born in Gary, Ind.,
Blair said he considers himself a Flo-
ridian since he moved to Hillsborough


Brian Blair
PARTY: Republican
BORN: Jan 12.1957, Gary, Ind
FAMILY: Wife, Toni.
two sons, ages 12 and 9
f7 EDUCATION:
-'' Attended Saint Leo
S University. University of
Louisville
& OCCUPATION:
Business investor
EXPERIENCE. Former professional
wrestler; former owner of four Gold's Gyms,
Hillsborough County Commission candidate.
2002. Citizens Advisory Committee, 2002-
present
CONTACT: (813) 936-2200 or www.brian-
blair.com

back in 1967. He came from humble
beginnings to his career as a
professional wrestler and business
owner. He sold his Gold's franchises
in 1998.
He said he does not need the
county commission job, but rather
wants to bring the skills he's learned
in the private sector to the public
realm. He remembers talking politics
with former wrestler and Minnesota
Gov. Jessie Ventura back when the
two roomed together on the wrestling
tour.
Blair said another business tactic
that could help to improve efficiency
is an incentive program called the
Davis Production Awards. The pro-
gram gives county employees incen-
tives to come up with ways to- ave
See BLAIR, Page 21


SAYS GROWTH SHOULD
PAY 'FAIR SHARE'
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.comn
When Bob Buckhorn decided to
make his first bid for public office, he
thought of his father.
Now, 12 years later as he runs for
the Hillsborough County Commis-
sion's District 6 at-large seat, he still
thinks of his father and the philoso-
phy he taught him long ago.
"My dad always taught me that
public service was the highest calling
that you could pursue, that we had a
responsibility to leave the world in
better shape than it was given to us,"
Buckhorn said. "It was just something
I was drawn to."
The former Tampa city councilman
says that calling has never been more
important for Hillsborough County.
"I realized that the decisions the
county commission will make over
the next five years would determine
whether my daughter comes back to
Tampa," he said. "Hillsborough
County is where all the pressures of
growth are, where all the big decisions
are going to be made, and if we don't
do it right we will potentially destroy
what a wonderful place this is."
Buckhorn, a Democrat, is facing
Tampa businessman Brian Blair, a
Republican.
After graduating from Penn State
iUniversity, Buckhorn hoped to
become a fighter pilot, but poor eye-
sight kept him grounded. He received
a medical discharge from the Navy's


Bob Buckhorn
PARTY: Democratic
BORN: July 29.1958, Evanston. III.
FAMILY: Wife, Cathy:
daughter, 3
EDUCATION:
Pennsylvania State
University. bachelor's
degree. 1980
OCCUPATION:
Partner, Dewey Square
Group
EXPERIENCE: Special assistant to Mayor
Sandy Freedman, 1987-95. Tampa City
Council, 1995-2003: mayoral candidate, 2003
CONTACT: (813) 254-1134 or buckhorn
2004L@earthlinknet


officer candidate school, came to
Tampa to visit a friend and stayed.
He got his start in politics by volun-
teering for campaigns, first for John
Glenn's campaign for president in
1984 and later for Pat Frank's bid for
state Senate.
He got a job working as director of
government affairs for the Builders
Association of Greater Tampa and in
1987, he ran Sandy Freedman's
Tampa mayoral campaign. After she
took office, he held a top spot on her
staff.
He narrowly lost a race for a seat in
state Legislature in 1992. In 1995,he
won a seat on the Tampa City Council,
and four years later won again as the
incumbent.: '
Buckhorn, who' lives Ion k Davg
See BUCKHORN, Page 20


COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 4


Batronie Wants To


Be'People's Voice'


Storms Pledges To Be


'Faithful' To District 4


SAYS AREA IS BEING 'SOLD
TO HIGHEST BIDDER'
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Jean Batronie compares the devel-
opment in Hillsborough County to
sugar in a bag.
But she said the results are far from
sweet
"It's like putting 10 pounds of sugar
in a 5-pound bag," she said. "It's not
going to happen. If you keep trying to
shove that sugar in, the seams are
going to split. That's what's happen-
ing to Hillsborough County."
Batronie is so angered by what she
calls uncontrolled growth that when
she talks about it, her brow furrows
and she jabs at the air or the desk in
front of her with a pointed finger. The
Brandon resident said she is running
against Ronda Storms for the county
commission's District 4 seat because
she "just got tired of it."
"I'm fed up with our community
being prostituted out to the highest
bidder," she said. "We don't own our
community anymore. It's owned by
the builders and the developers. The
county commission has sold out the
people they're supposed to repre-


Jean Batronie
PARTY: No affiliation
BORN: April 10,1946, Detroit
-I. FAMILY: Wife, Arleen;
.'.. four children
14W EDUCATION:
Attended University of
Michigan
OCCUPATION:
Hypnotist therapist
EXPERIENCE: Chariry
fundraiser
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sent."
Batronie, owner and operator of
Brandon Hypnosis, has lived in Bran-
don for 20 years. She described it as
being "tranquil" once. She now lives
in the midst of Brandon's sprawl,
near Bells Shoals Boulevard and
Lithia Pinecrest Road.
She stressed that she is not anti-
growth.
"I think we have to examine our
whole development plan and develop
where it's needed, not where the
developers can make the most
money," she said.
See BATRONIE, Page 20


SAYS COMMISSION HAS
MADE PROGRESS
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Ronda Storms says she won't
change.
If she did, she says, she would let
down her district.
She wants voters to remember "the
amount of work that I put into being
faithful to District 4 and representing
my constituents."
Storms is running for re-election to
the seat she's held for since 1998.
Political newcomer Jean Batronie is
challenging her.
Born in Des Moines, Iowa, into a
military family, Storms attended high
school in Brandon, earned a bache-
lor's degree and later taught at Bloo-
mingdale High School.
But her political aspirations came
to the fore, and she earned a law
degree from Stetson University in
1993. She ran against Johnnie Byrd for
the Florida House's District 62 seat in
1996 and lost by a slim margin.
Two years later, she was elected to
the county commission and has
beaten all challengers. Since then,
Storms has been an outspoken, color-


Ronda Storms
PARTY: Republican
BORN: Sept. 9, 1965, in Des Moines, Iowa
FAMILY: Husband,
David; daughter, age 5
EDUCATION:
University of South
Florida, bachelor's
degree. 1988; Stetson
University College of
Law, law degree. 1995
OCCUPATION: Hillsborough County
commissioner
EXPERIENCE: District 4 commissioner,
1998-present; Florida House candidate. 1996;
former schoolteacher and lawyer
CONTACT: vote4ronda@msn.com or (813)
927-1369.

ful and sometimes controversial
representative for a district that
extends from the suburbs of Brandon
to the strawberry fields of Plant City.
Storms maintains she has held
developers accountable and said she
would continue to do so if re-elected,
"and to give residents a greater say
and protect their voice in the pro-
cess," she said.
Impact fees are where they should

See STORMS, Page 20









DEATHS


Bond
Kathryn L. Bond, 60, of
Dunnellon died Oct. 18.
She was born in Plant City
and moved to Dunnellon from
Palatka in 2000.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by her
husband, Farrell "Pete"; a son,
Rick L. Kent of Plant City; a
daughter, Angie M. Knechtel
of Floral City; two brothers,
Wallace E. Tindel of Andrews,
N.C., and Wayne E. Tindel of
Inverness; six grandchildren;
and one great-grandchild.
Heinz Funeral Home & Cre-
mation, Inverness.

Britt
Louise Booth Britt, 83, of
Mulberry died Oct. 17.
She was born in Simpson
County, Ky., and came here
from Kentucky 70 years ago.
She was a homemaker and a
member of the Church of
Christ.
She is survived by three
daughters, Marion Booth Sim-
mons of Plant City, Frances
Booth Coon and Mary Booth
Coon, both of Mulberry; a
sister, Mary K. Robertson of
Tampa; six grandchildren;
nine great-grandchildren; and
five great-great-grandchil-
dren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Calhoun
James K. Calhoun, 36, of
Lakeland died Oct. 20.
He was born in Lake Forest,
Ill., and was a longtime resi-
dent of this area.
He is survived by his
mother, Pam Stocksdale Moli-
naro of North Hutchinson
Island; his father, Richard Cal-
houn of Plant City; his stepfa-
ther, Ronald Molinaro of
North Hutchinson Island; his
stepmother, Lynn Calhoun of
Plant City; his biological
father, James K. Crossfeld of
Chicago; three brothers, Scott
A. Calhoun of North Hutchin-
son Island, Josh Edgemon of
Plant City and Ben Edgemon
of Brandon; three sisters,
Kerensa Harrel of Manhattan,
N.Y., Alaina Edgemon of
Tampa, and Kellie Winters of
North Carolina; and maternal
grandmother Jeanette C.
Barker.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

DiRenzo
Juliano DiRenzo, 80, of
Plant City died Sept. 7.
He was born in North Attle-
boro, Mass., and came to the
area from there.
He was a fire marshal for
Texas Instruments.
He was a U.S. Army veteran
of World War II.
He was a member of St.
Clement Catholic Church, a
life member of the Lions Club
in Attleboro, a member of the
American Legion in Plant City,
and a life member of VFW Post
4590 in Plant City.
He is survived by his wife,
Katherine; a son, Robert of
Bellingham, Mass; a daughter,
JuliAnn Lynch of Attleboro; a
brother, Louie of Connecticut;
a sister, Claire Spirito of John-
ston, R.I.; and four grandchil-
dren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Fulson
Carolyn E. Fulson, 64, of
Lakeland died Oct. 20.
She was born in Halifax
See DEATHS, Page 16


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14 THE COURIER OCTOBER 28, 2004


DISTRICT:62 T-HOUSE F--REPRESENTATINES


Clifford Wants To Give People 3rd Choice


WOULD PUSH FOR

LESS GOVERNMENT
By TONY MARRERO
tmnarrero@mediageneral.com
James Clifford believes only
a few things should be left up
to the government.
Let the government provide
what he calls services that
require "brute force and lots
of energy"- police and fire
protection, and the court
system.
The rest, he says, should be
in the hands of the people.
"We need to stop this
growth of government run-
ning everything in our lives,"
Clifford said. "They're not very
good at providing services."
Clifford, a Libertarian, is
running against Democrat
Ashley Smith and Republican
Rich Glorioso for the State
House District 62 seat.
"I came to the conclusion
that the old parties were no
longer what the people really
wanted and I thought it was
time to give the people a
choice," he said.
Born in Bethesda, Md., Clif-
ford graduated from Loyola
College, earned a master's
degree from the University of
South Florida and achieved
the rank of major in the U.S.


James Clifford
PARTY: Libertarian
BORN: Feb 2,1951, Bethesda, Md.
Anne E Kramer;
grown son
EDUCATION:
Loyola College,
i bachelor's
degree, 1973.
University of
South Florida. master's degree, 1996


OCCUPATION: Chief financial
officer for Peace River Center in
Bartow
EXPERIENCE: Operations officer,
finance manager, accounting
manager, comptroller for various
firms since 1993; retired as major
from U.S. Army, 1993; ; sought state
House District 65 seat, 2002
CONTACT: (813) 744-4225 or
www.clifford4.com


Army. The Brandon resident a firm stance on property
has held comptroller, accoun- rights, and Clifford said he
tant and financial officer posi- wants to blow the whistle on
tions for numerous firms. the state's use of eminent
Clifford said the Libertarian domain to seize property for
Party is for voters who see no government projects.
real difference between the "Somebody like me needs
two dominant parties and to stand up on the legislature
don't like what they see. Even floor and say, 'We can't do this
the Republican Party, the sup- to people,'" he said.
posed bastion of limited Government has shown it
government, has increased can't effectively limit develop-
spending, he said. ment, Clifford said. More con-
"I have a chart that shows trol should be given to
the rate of growth of spending property owners to do what
and it climbs no matter who's they like with their property
in office," he said. "as long as it's not hurting
One of Clifford's proposals other people," which is a basic
is to limit that rate of growth of tenet of Libertarianism, he
government's spending to the said.
rate of growth of the state's Clifford said voters tell him
median family income. Right they are tired of the state
now, the state is "outspend- having too much of a hand in
ing" what the typical family schools.
makes, he said. "They feel schools should.
The Libertarian Party takes from be run locally and not,


out of Washington and Talla-
hassee, but the old parties-
think this should be run from
the state capital far removed
from what's actually going on
in the schools," he said.
When it comes to water,
"government is not our
friend," he said. "I don't want
to have to depend on the
government for. a glass of
water. If left alone, the free
market will provide us with
water."
Tyson Richmond is chair-
man of the Hillsborough
County Libertarian Party who
met Clifford five years ago. He
urged Clifford to run for state
government.
"I would say he's one of the
most moral people I know,"
Richmond said. "I think he
represents our party well.
"I would think Jim's mes-
sage would be well-received
by many people in District 62
who tend to be traditionalists
and smaller government
would be appealing to them,"
Richmond said.
Clifford said a vote for either
of his opponents would likely
mean bigger government.
"Despite what the other
guys say, their programs
involve increased taxes and
spending," he said. "They're
spending our grandchildren's
money."


Smith Says He'll Be Advocate For Education


FORMER EDUCATOR
'KNOWS TALLAHASSEE'
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Ashley Smith thinks it's
about time an educator join
the ranks of state lawmakers.
And because of his lobbying
experience, he says, he would-
n't require a steep learning
curve.
"I have a firm background
of understanding of how Tal-
lahassee works," Smith said.
Smith, a Democrat, wants
to use that knowledge as a
Florida House Representative
for District 62. He faces former
Republican Plant City city
commissioner Rich Glorioso
and Libertarian candidate
James Clifford.
Born in New Bern, N.C.,
Smith moved to Florida and
earned both his bachelor's'
and master's degrees from the
University of South Florida.
He retired in 2001 from a life-
long career in education when
he left his most recent post as
principal of Eisenhower
Middle School in Tampa.
A member of the Hills-
borough Association of School
Administrators since 1986, he
also served as president of the
Florida ASA.
That meant annual trips to
the capital to lobby for
education. Smith said he still
knows many legislators there
and knows "how they play the
game."
Smith now lives in Valrico
and knows firsthand the
growth challenges the district
now faces. He pledged to
make sure the state got its


Ashley Smith
PARTY: Democratic
BORN: April 21, 1945, New Bern,
NC
4 a FAMILY: Wife,
Ellyn; two grown
S-. children
EDUCATION:
-- University of
South Florida
bachelor's
degree, 1978. and master's degree,


1980
OCCUPATION: Retired school
principal
EXPERIENCE: Hillsborough
County teacher, assistant principal
and principal. 1978-2001, president.
Hillsborough County Association of
School Administrators, 1993:
president. Florida Association of
School Administrators, 2001; U S. Air
Force, 1965-1969
CONTACT: (813) 657-2724.


share of money to help. Most :.good idea, he said, because"
important, he said, he will be a teachers and administrators
representative who would should be held accountable.,
communicate with and listen But Smith disagrees with the*
to his constituents' ideas' grading system because the
about growth. perception is that an A school
"People need to know is better than a C school.
what's happening so they have "That's hardly ever true," he
some say-so in it, not some- said. "I would put that C
one from the outside coming school's teachers up against
to say how (growth) is going to': any in the district."
affect where they live," Smith"' He cited his own experience
said. at a school with a high'
Smith said he is concerned Hispanic population, where
about the environment and teachers had to work "twice or
said that improving it would- even three times as hard to get
n't require new regulations, these kids up to C level," he
but better enforcement of said. "They're working just as
what's already on the books. hard."
He cited the recent findings To make matters -worse,
that the Coronet phosphate under the current system,
plant has had a detrimental those teachers aren't receiving
effect on water in the area. a reward for their efforts.
"We get a little bit lazy, and Smith said bonuses for FCAT
then all of sudden something results should be based on the
happens," he said. advance each student makes
Smith said he would work to and thus the entire school's
bring all parties together to advance.
talk about future water Smith said schools need
sources. "Everybody has to more money to be more
work together on it," he said. effective and voters should see
Smith said there are several through the smoke screen that
ways that education in Florida claims the state is allocating
could be improved, more funding.
The Florida Comprehensive "The state is saying we're
Assessment Test, or FCAT, is a. getting more money than 10


years ago, and that's true, but
that's because the cost of
everything is going up," he
said. He added that money
from the state lottery is being
used to replace general reve-
nue funds rather than
supplement it. That's selling
students short, he said.
School safety was one of his
top priorities as a principal
and would remain so as a leg-
islator, he said.
The fact that he has lived
"on both sides of the district"
over 30 years, in Plant City and
Brandon and now in Valrico,
gives him a good knowledge of
the area's needs, he said, com-
paring that to Glorioso's 10-
year residency in Plant City.
He said his role as-a school
principal provided him with
experience with a host of
agencies responsible for, the
same areas he would need to
work with as a legislator.
"I've watched him grow into
this person who really exem-
plifies what it takes to be
leader," said Charlotte Valenti,
who has known Smith for 10
years and also held the Hills-
borough Association of School
Administrators presidency.
"He carried HASA to another
level, and he knows what it
would take to keep the
business of the state, this area
and education at a top level."
Smith said he would be a
diplomatic representative and
claims he has the respect of
legislators on both sides of the
aisle, so he could be a consen-
sus builder even as a Democrat
in the Republican dominated
House.
"As long as you respect one
another you can come to a
consensus," he said.


Rich Glorioso
PARTY: Republican
BORN: Nov. 22,1943.
Danbury, Conn.
FAMILY: Wife, Judy; two
grown sons
EDUCATION: Northeastern
University, -----
bachelor's ,'"(

1967;
Central
Michigan
University,
master's
degree,1974
OCCUPATION: Retired Air
Force colonel
EXPERIENCE: Plant City
Commission, 1998-2004;
Hillsborough County
Metropolitan Planning
Organization chairman, 1999-
2004; 27 years active-duty
military
CONTACT:
www.voteglorioso.com



Glorioso

Touts

Experience

As Leader

STRESSES ECONOMIC

DEVELOPMENT
ByTONYMARRERO
tmnarrero@medlageneral.com
Rich Glorioso says his
proven leadership should
convince voters he's the
best candidate to represent
this area in the state House
of Representatives.
"My experience is
broad," he said. "Being a
(Plant City) city commis-
sioner, I've dealt with
everything from zoning
and growth management
to budgeting and emer-
gency response, taxation,
transportation, business -
all the things they deal with
in Tallahassee."
Glorioso faces Democrat
Ashley Smith and Libertar-
ian James Clifford in the
race for the Florida House
of Representatives District
62 seat.
He said one of his top-
priorities as a legislator
would be to make sure the
state is doing whaitit can to
keep residents safe.
"We are at war and
sometimes we forget that,"
he said. "We have to be
really careful about being
prepared."
The state's response
after this year's unprece-
dented hurricane season
was encouraging, he said,
"but I know there are les-
sons we can learn from it."
Again and again over the
course of the campaign,
Glorioso has stressed the
importance of economic
development statewide
and in District 62. Success
hinges on it, he said.
"We have to make an
environment where busi-
nesses can grow," he said.
To bring in those busi-
nesses, the district needs

See GLORIOSO, Page 16






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County, N.C., and was a long-
time resident of this area.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by a son,
Paul D. Henderson of Valrico;
a daughter, Angie Seibert of
Brandon; her mother, Rosa
Jordan of North Carolina;
three sisters, Lillian Roberts of
Virginia and Mary Harris and
Janell Best, both of North Car-
olina; and four grandchildren;

Hewitt
Helen B. Hewitt, 77, of Plant
City died Oct. 18.
She was born in Charleston,
S.C., and was a homemaker.
She is survived by' three
daughters, Annette H. Iverson
of Martinville, N.J., Nanette H.
Varnadoe of Seaboard, N.C.,
and Nancy H. Nielson of Live
Oak; three brothers, Bill
Blocker of Charleston, Charles
Blocker of Walterboro, S.C.,
and David Blocker of Round
0, S.C.; three sisters, Marie
Pearce and Joyce Chaplin,
both of Walterboro, S.C., and
Jean Lewis of Sanford; three
grandchildren; and a great-
grandchild.
Wells Memorial Funeral
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Hinman
Jerry "Papa" Hinman, 68, of
Mulberry died Oct. 18.
He was born in Scottsbluff,
Neb., and came here from
Davis, Calif., in 1991.


He was a retired builder and
managed the Beacon Hill
Colony Mobile Home Park
until 1998.
He attended Victory Wor-
ship Center.
He is survived by his wife,
Betty; a daughter, Kathy Jones
of Plant City; three sons, Greg,
Jeff and Kevin; all of Califor-
nia; two brothers, Marion and
Bob, both of California; two
sisters, Mary Burris and Donna
Turner, both of California; and
17 grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Manning
Mary -E. Manning, 43, of
Plant City died Oct. 18.
She was born in Plant City
and was a lifelong resident.
She worked in retail sales
and attended St. Clement
Catholic Church.
She is survived by her
husband, Tim; a son, James A.
Thomas Jr. of Thonotosassa;
two daughters, Brittany and
Amanda, both of Plant City;
her mother, Faith Davis of
Lakeland; her grandmother,
Bessie Davis of Lakeland; six
brothers, Harold Nichols and
Raymond Nichols, both of
Lakeland, Bruce Debor of Cal-
ifornia, and Jimmy Cardell Jr.,
James Cardell and William
Cardell, all of Plant City; five
sisters, Stephany Phipps of,
Orlando, Mary Ann Yon and
Debra Crooks, both of Lake-
land, Lorrie Nichols of Durant
and Angela Garret of Plant
City; and one grandchild.
Haught Funeral Home.


GLORIOSO
Continued From Page 14
to be more attractive to them.
That means top quality
schools that create a pool of
workers from which to hire.
Glorioso said he is not con-
vinced that putting more
money toward schools is the
answer. He said there are
probably ways to reduce over-
head on the local level to allow
more money to go into class-
rooms for teacher resources
and to provide more tutoring
opportunities.
"You hear over and over
that we need more money, we
need more money, but if you
don't change your procedures,
nothing will ever change no
matter how much you put into
it," he said.
He said there should be
more vocational schools to
help train students who might
not want to go to college, and a
program should be put in
place to give students that
option as soon as they finish
eighth grade.
The issues of transportation
and water are similar in that
both require more long range
planning, Glorioso said, and
he's concerned the state has
not done enough in that
regard.
He said there is a lot of water
that feeds into the Gulf of
Mexico that could be tapped
and redirected to reservoirs or


the aquifer.
As former chairman of the
Metropolitan Planning
Organization, Glorioso says he
knows transportation, and
would encourage the state to
think about what will be
needed down the road.
"We need to worry about
transportation in cities as they
get larger," he said, pointing
out that the city of Alexandria,
Va., began laying groundwork
for its light rail system in 1965.
"You may not build it for 20, 30
years, but you need to be plan-
ning."
He said Florida should look
to other states to find out what
works, and that goes for health
care, too. California, he said,
"looked at the whole picture"
and addressed medical, tort
and insurance reform to
improve the state's health care
system.
Though he lives in Plant
City, Glorioso said he would
represent the whole district.
Plant City Mayor Mike
Sparkman agrees though he
admitted the city has a strong
desire to see the seat, which
has long held by a Plant City
resident, stay that way.
"I think his leadership as
chairman of the MPO shows
his ability to represent the
whole county, and, and I think
in the legislature he would
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wasn't rat-stew you brought,
LaShawn. By the way, I had
several e-mails from people
telling me how much they
love your Halloween decora-
tions.
The food was out of this
world. Whoever made the pea
salad, it was delicious, and I
had seconds of Debbie
Hawkins' scrumptious oriental
salad. There's talk of doing it
again. My block is ready. Barb
Jackson offered her house for
the next one. "Only catch," she
said, "I'll be out of town, but
I'll leave a key!"
Everyone sure appreciated
all the work Dallas and Milene
did in hosting the first one, and
maybe next time I'll be able to
remember everyone's name!


Speaking of Barb Jackson, a
friend from her past, who
now lives in Georgia, Elaine
Chisolm Johnson, saw Barb's
name in my column last week
and e-mailed me wanting to
know if that could be her old
friend.
Elaine's daughters, Amber,
Kimberly and Mandy, were
playmates with Erin, Barb's
daughter, when they were
little tykes. Elaine and
husband Mike moved to
California in 1983 and now
live in Peachtree City, Ga.
Kimberly is expecting her first
child, a girl, in December.
Amber, married with two
children, teaches in Clermont,
and "baby" Mandy, products
manager for a distributor of
Georgia Pacific, is engaged to
be married in June. Elaine's


parents, who had a house on
Tever Street many years ago,
are gone now, and though
Elaine has no relatives here,
she is planning a visit soon.
"I am always so excited
when I see a picture of a place
I remember or a name of a
friend or acquaintance, and
will always hold a special
place in my heart for Plant
City and the people there,"
the Georgia resident says.


it more than I," she said. Last
week, her doorbell rang and
before she could get to the
door, the caller was leaving in
a white pickup. But there on
the door was her umbrella.
She really appreciated the
thoughtfulness. "I thank God
we still have good, honest
people in Plant City," she
says. "And I'd really like to
thank them."


Remember little Chase
Opal Baston looks at rainy Wiedmayer? Back in June he
days a little different these placed high in a pageant at the
days. She recently left her age of 9 months. He's passed
umbrella (with her address the one year mark and Mom
label on it) in a shopping cart Nikol tells me he's getting
at Wal-Mart and got all the pretty adept at putting aside
way home before she realized his snails and puppy dog tails
it. She drove the five miles and showing his charm. He's
back, but no one had turned it participated in four other
in. "I figured someone needed pageants since and is receiving


OCTOBER 28, 2004 THE COURIER 17

a lot of recognition.
Congratulations!


Panky Snow was the guest
speaker at the East Hills-
borough Historical Society
30th Annual Banquet last
Tuesday night. Panky is a
feature writer for the Tampa
Tribune and a native of Plant
City. She is a good storyteller
and quite a lady.
The Society's 27th annual
Pioneer Day will be Nov. 13th.
Marie Fry will be doing the
delicious pancake breakfast
again and I'm told the
entertainment will be held
inside the air-conditioned
auditorium this year, so you
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KLEIN
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ary knows there is nothing
like fresh produce from local
soil.
So, whenever I can, I'm out
under the tents at Union
Square along with hundreds
of other appreciative New
Yorkers with my big canvas
bag and cash, mostly in small
bills, inspecting corn and
tomatoes, picking through
apples, smelling peaches,
homemade cheeses and fresh
cut roses.
My husband and I never eat
better than we do in the
summertime, when produce is
at its peak. We come home
from the market loaded down
with bags of fresh greens,
herbs, corn and large,
misshapen heirloom tomatoes,
which we like to eat sliced with
bufala mozzarella or fresh goat
cheese and basil, a little olive
oil, salt and pepper.
We boil the fresh-picked
corn, so sweet it barely needs
butter, and eat it right off the
cob. I love when my husband,
a great chef, makes peach,
blueberry or raspberry
cobbler out of the market's
ripest fruit.
When I first came to New
York City, the variety of food
available here was astounding
to me. Whatever cuisine you
could want Italian (from any
region), French, Indian,
Chinese, Pakistan, Jamaican
and so on can usually be
found within a 10-block radius
anywhere in the city. But over
time I've come to learn that
there is a difference between
average and excellent cooking


and that it's usually found in
the ingredients.
Famous New York restaura-
teur Danny Meyers under-
stands this well. His three-star
restaurant off Union Square,
appropriately named Union.
Square Caf6, buys only
seasonal local produce for its
dishes from the Union Square
Farmer's Market. It's no
coincidence that it's one of
the most popular restaurants
in the city.
But going to the farmer's
market is about more than
just buying good food for me.
It's the total experience.
Walking through the green-
market I'm reminded of what
real food looks, tastes and
smells like after too many
trips to my neighborhood
grocery store for the hothouse
counterparts. And there is
nowhere else quite like it in
the city where people come
together to appreciate the
beauty of a soiled beet.
It takes me back to after-
noons spent as a little girl
with my mother's parents on
their small produce farm in
Springhead. I was probably
no more than 4 when I
followed behind my
grandmother while she
worked in her garden. I can
still feel the soft, black soil
under my knees as I sat and
watched her pick green beans
and pull carrots out of the
ground. She would hand me a
few raw peas to eat and keep
me busy while she worked,
which I loved, but I didn't
need any distractions. There


are few moments more
memorable than when I first
realized vegetables didn't
originate from the Publix
freezer aisle.
Now that fall is here, the
tomatoes are fading and the
corn is done but root vege-
tables are making their
appearance at the greenmar-
ket. Parsley root, beets,
carrots and radishes are piled
high alongside squash, onions
and pumpkins in every shape
and size imaginable. Pretty
soon, winter will be blowing
in with its freezing tempera-
tures and snow. But the
farmers will still be there four
days a week bundled up in
layers behind their displays.
And I'll be strolling through
eating fresh gingersnap
cookies and sipping hot
homemade apple cider.
Sometimes when I end up
in a conversation with one of
the farmers at the market, as I
often do, I think-of my dad. He
could not have known when
he stopped to appreciate the
beauty of the Union Square
Farmer's Market that day how
much he had in common with
the New Yorkers all around
him. Like him, we welcome
this small connection to the
earth that gives perspective to
our city life.
Rebecca Klein is a former
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who now lives in New York
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Knights Baptist Church. 4809 Paul
Buchman Highway, will host its fall fes-
tival Oct. 30 from 11 am to 2 p.m There
will be free food, candy, games, prizes,
face painting.
Call: 752-4975.


Ahava Baptist Church, 6015 W.
Farkas Road, will hold its fall festival
Oct. 30 from 3 to 6 p.m Call. 737-3739.
Wagoner Memorial Church. 2402
Mud Lake Road, will have its fall festival
Oct. 31 from 3 to 6 p.m. There will be a
food tent, a trick or treat alley, moon
walk. puppet shows, costume judging.
games and more. Call- 752-1863.


Eastside Baptist Church, 1318 E.
Calhoun St., will hold its annual fall
festival Oct 31 from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m in
the church's Family Life Center. There
will be games, prizes, a hay ride and
free hot dog dinner. Call: 754-2681.
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God, 1110 N. Gordon St., will hold its
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LAYNE
Continued From Page 11
sion.
She said she knows Plant
City and what it wants: "You
want me there if you need
me, if you don't, it's 'Get out
of the way,' and that's fine,"
she said. "The county
government should be there
to assist the other jurisdic-
tions within its own jurisdic-
tion to help them be healthy.
I will listen and be there to
help."
Layne said the measures
being taken to save the agri-
culture is "killing it." She
said the solution would
require redefining the rural
and urban service areas.
"If you want to make rural
land more valuable to keep
people from developing on
them, you make impact fees
higher than in the urban
service area, and that means
pulling back our urban
service area," Layne said..
The county is letting
growth control it, rather
than the county guiding
growth, she said, and con-
tinues to let subdivisions
pop up without community
centers to support them.
She said she wouldn't take
an "us versus them" attitude
toward builders, claiming
that some even support her.
"They know I'm being
reasonable and trying to
guide growth and make the
county grow the way we
want it to," she said.
She said growth can pay
for itself, but impact fees are
probably not high enough to
do that yet.
The county has not bud-
geted enough for transporta-
tion, she said, and it's time
to be bolder about encour-
aging mass transit, such as
ensuring that a bus line runs


REDNER
Continued From Page 11


from any new development
with more than 100 homes
and encouraging employers
to provide bus passes to free
up downtown parking and
get cars off the road.
She said schools have
become "warehouses" for
kids and eventually schools
will have to start "co-facili-
tating," sharing buildings
such as stadiums. As the
county grows, every new
school will not be able to
have its own campus.
Layne said her experience
makes her stand out among
her opponents, and that she
can look at issues from all
respective sides.
"I understand that we
need to be talking about
issues and not our own
political agendas," she said.
"We spend way too much
time on political rhetoric
and not trying to solve the
problem."
Lifelong Springhead resi-
dent Ed Deese, who served
on the Metropolitan Plan-
ning Commission for eight
years, said that's what
impressed him when he met
Layne in 1991 and ever since
then.
"We didn't always agree,
but she was always willing to
work," he said. "She's one of
those old time activists who
cares about the community
and both sides of the issues.
She's got wisdom, and she's
.always open-minded."
Layne said she has been a
consensus builder for 10
years and would bring that
to the commission.
"None of these problems
are going to be easy and it's
going to take a lot of thought-
ful discussion," she said.


Tampa city council failed.
But Redner is resolute, and
one of he is most passionate
about growth. He said he was
interviewed by the builders'
lobby and told them how he
saw it.
"I told them they're going to
have to develop where they're
supposed to, in the urban
service area, where it won't
cost so much for infrastruc-
ture and won't hurt the envi-
ronment and where we can
get more taxes because of
higher density," he said.
Redner said it's "crazy" 'to
build houses first, then
schools. Crazy, too, he said, is
the county commission's pen-
chant for making exceptions
to the county's comprehen-
sive growth plan.
The county has taken little
to no substantive action when
it comes to short-term trans-
portation problems or a long-
term transportation system,
Redner said. He said he might
support an increase in the
sales tax to devote to transpor-
tation funding.
Another problem, he said, is
that there are too many special
interests on the transportation
committees. Instead, experts
such as those at the Center For
Urban Transportation
Research should be consulted,
and the community should


have the final say in the plans.
Redner says providing tax
incentives to businesses to
encourage them to set up shop
in Hillsborough is "giving
away the farm."
"We need to make compa-
nies want to come here by
having good transportation,
good parks, good schools and
a healthy environment," he
said.
For years, he said, county
government has spent just
enough money to get the job
done. "If you're in business,
you find out that just good
enough winds up costing you
money in the long run," he
said.
He said people in unincor-
porated Hillsborough feel
they're being cheated out of
their share of services because
of "welfare for the develop-
ers."
"It's taking away from the
other areas that are paying
their taxes and that's not fair,"
he said.
It all adds up to this conclu-
sion, Redner said: the county
commission is made up of
"second rate thinkers" who
"lack imagination."
"I'm running because I
think I can do better," he said.
And would do better than
his opponents, too. He said
Sharpe wouldn't make devel-


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Mark Sharpe
PARTY: Republican
BORN: Jan 26.1960. Tampa
FAMILY: Wife. Stephanie, three
children, ages 2 to 8
EDUCATION: Florida State University.


opers pay their share and
Layne is "wishy-washy" on the
issue and isn't strong enough
to deal with the county com-
mission.
Adam Elend is a friend of
Redner's and spokesman for
his campaign as owner of E.M.
Productions, a media consult-
ing firm. Elend admitted that
even he was hesitant about
Redner before he met him
four years ago.
"When we met I found he
was someone who thinks
things through, who has an
independent perspective but
also is someone who's
interested in what's good for
the people around him," Elend
said.
Most important, he added,
despite what those who judge
him by his business might
assume, Redner is "honest
and trustworthy."
"It's ironic that probably his
best quality is the one that
people have the hardest time
believing he has," Elend said.
Redner thinks that's chang-
ing, that he is overcoming
presumptions.
"I talk sense, point things
out and I have solutions," he
said. "I deal with people in this
county everyday and people
know I conduct business and
myself with integrity and hon-
esty."


bachelor's degree, 1983; University of South Florida, master's
degree. 1990
OCCUPATION: Development officer and teacher, The
Cambridge School
EXPERIENCE: Eight years active-duty military; lieutenant
commander in U S Naval Reserve; congressional candidate.
1992.1994,1996
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BUCKHORN
Continued From Page 12
Islands, said his 16 years of
experience makes him the
better candidate over his
opponent.
"I think there is a recogni-
tion by everyone in this county
that the tremendous growth
we're facing will require
elected officials who know
what they're doing and who
can stand up to the special
interests and aren't afraid to
make the tough decisions," he
said. "I can hit the ground run-
ning."
One of those tough deci-
sions Buckhorn said he is will-
ing to make is to raise impact
fees so that "growth will pay its
fair share," despite resistance
from builders, because it's for
"the greater good." That's
especially true when it comes
to funding new school
construction, he said
The county commission
should make an effort to chan-
nel growth to the urban areas
of the county to preserve rural
areas such as those around
Plant City.
"It's not only a big part of
the lifestyle of Plant City, but a
huge contributor to the econ-
omy of Hillsborough County,"
he said.
More people will require
more deputies and more fire
stations, he said, and the
county should be putting
more money toward hiring
officers and building fire sta-
tions.
Buckhorn said the county
needs to create a clear plan to
fund transportation needs and
dedicate a stream of revenue
toward that goal. "We need to
put that money in a lockbox
and keep the. politicians
away," he said.
The county's current plan to
conserve and find alternate
sources of water should be
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"We can't penalize farmers
and growers to a greater
degree than those who are
watering their yards abun-
dantly," he said.
When it comes to water and
in general, Buckhorn said the
current county commission
has done a poor job of facili-
tating a good working rela-
tionship between the county
and its three municipalities.
As a former city councilman,
Buckhorn said he could help.
"The city of Plant City will
find me to be their biggest ally
because I know what it's like
to run a city, what's involved
in a city's relationship to the
county and where those part-
nerships can be formed and
strengthened," he said.
Though a Democrat, he said
Plant City's Republican voters
should keep in mind his
record of fiscal conservatism -
he said he voted against the
majority of tax and fee
increases as a city councilman
- as well as his longtime fight
against Tampa's adult enter-
tainment industry.
Recently, Buckhorn min-
gled with a crowd of Plant City
movers and shakers at the his-
toric home of former Plant
City city commissioner Randy
Larson and his wife Chris.
Larson, a Republican, met
Buckhorn in 1995. He said he
admires his professionalism,
has encouraged people to vote
for him.
"His civil statesmanship is
what is so lacking on the
county commission," Larson
said, adding that it will be
crucial to have a friend of
Plant City on the commission
as the city continues its efforts
to grow through annexation.
Buckhorn's critics say he is
too focused on his political
future. Buckhorn rejects that.
"I'm not out to change the
world, I'm just out to provide
the taxpayer with good
government," he said.


BATRONIE
Continued From Page 12
The quality of life is suffer-
ing because of the.growth that
she said is damaging the eco-
system and polluting the
water and air. She said impact
fees are not where they should
be.
She has four children and
11 grandchildren.
Batronie made headlines
after she acknowledged that
she was transgendered, once a
man who had become a
woman. She made a presenta-
tion on the subject in front of
the county commission when
she announced her candi-
dacy. She has said it was a
preemptive move to prevent
mud slinging.
Batronie had a controversial
adult-content show that was
suspended and has said that
was another reason that
sparked her campaign. She
acknowledged she has no
political experience, which
she said voters could see as an
asset. She said she would base
her actions as a commissioner
on the people's concerns and
ideas.
"These officials today basi-
cally don't have-the same con-
cerns we have as constituents,"
she said.


Batronie also is angered by
the overcrowding in schools,
another byproduct of unbri-
dled growth, she said. She said
she would try to foster a better
working relationship between
the county commission and
the school board.
She said the lack of any real
transportation plan is a prob-
lem. She said it's time to start
coming up with bold ideas,
such as a monorail system
from Tampa to Brandon and
beyond to Plant City.
"It's an idea. Every success
starts off with an idea," she
said.
Her sense of the relation-
ship between the county and
Plant City is that the city is
"basically ignored."
She said her biggest
strengths as a commissioner
would be her ability to com-
municate and her accessibility
to voters.
"Communication is the
most important thing when it
comes to any working rela-
tionship, whether it's between
husband and wife or the city
and the county," she said. "If
someone has a concern, or if
they want to know, call Jean.
I'll tell them."
Mark Ferguson met Batro-
nie earlier this year at the
Turnout Florida campaign.
He said Batronie's tolerance


for diversitywould help "break
down those walls that have
always existed and still exist
today."
"You don't see that in many
politicians," Ferguson said.
"Jean is the type of person
who can sling that sledgeham-
mer against those walls and
start a dialogue with one
another to develop that
understanding. She can bring
communities together."
When asked what differen-
tiated her from Storms, Batro-
nie thought for a while before
answering.
"I respect people. I respect
their views. I think I'm more in
tune with the needs of resi-
dents of Hillsborough County,
especially in District 4," she
said. "I think I can be much
more tolerable and open-
minded and understanding."
Still, she acknowledged
she's a long shot against her
opponent but hoped that her
candidacy could make a dif-
ference.
"I'm hoping and praying it
will bring attention to the
needs of the county. I'm a firm
believer that the squeaky
wheel gets the attention and
that the community has to
start speaking out. We all do.
That's why I'm running. This
is not the path I ever dreamed
I'd be taking."


STORMS
Continued From Page 12


be, Storms said, and she does-
n't support an increase. The
key, she said, is proper alloca-
tion of funds.
"In Hillsborough County
we have the Community
Investment Tax, which
generates quite a bit of money
for community improvement.
It should go to transportation
and stormwater, bottom line,"
she said. "If that's the case,
people will be able to see
quite a benefit."
An outspoken critic of
Tampa Bay Water, Storms
said she would like to see the
state legislature request an
audit of the regional water
supplier "because there have
been so many missteps."
"And I'd like to see addi-
tional water supply projects
coming from either Pasco or


Pinellas county so that the
distribution would be fair,"
she added.
She said she would remain
vigilant to be sure that Tampa
Bay Water does not renew its
effort to pump water from the
Cone Ranch site, a 20-square
mile area north of Knights
Griffin Road.
"They're not going to out-
last the political will to keep it
from happening," she said.
Storms maintains that,
contrary to some claims by
the candidates in this year's
county commission election,
the county does have trans-
portation plans to help
improve the situation on area
roads. She said that candi-
dates who talk about a lack of
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usually the ones who want to
raise taxes for one.
Storms said she has been
anti-tax and that the county
has enough money "to get
things done."
Plant City has had an advo-
cate in her, she said. She cited
as the most recent example
her action to put on the com-
mission's legislative agenda a
request to secure funds for the
new Plant City courthouse
project.
She said she supports Plant
City's discretion to grow
through annexation, but
would not support any invol-
untary annexations, and that
constituents can trust her to
fight for resources for Plant
City.
Public safety needs to be a
high priority, she said. She is
concerned by the metham-
phetamine problem spilling
over into Hillsborough, and
the city of Tampa's crime rate
bleeding into the unincorpo-
rated county. Troubling, too,
she said, is the rise of gang
activity in the Plant City area.
She said all the problems
would require more money
for the sheriffs office, but just
as important will be cross-
jurisdictional action plans
that would allow the sheriffs
office and police in the coun-
ty's three cities to work
together. Storms said she has
been working behind the
scenes for some time to help
facilitate that.
Former city commissioner
Randy Larson agreed Storms
has been an advocate for the
city of Plant City.
"I'm solidly behind her," he
said.
Storms wouldn't comment
specifically on what made her
a better choice than Batro-
nie.
"I'll let the voters decide
that," she said. "I've been
faithful and loyal to District 4
and have a great bit of experi-
ence and credibility."


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BLAIR
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money by rewarding them with a cut of the
savings. According to Blair, the program saved
the state of Florida nearly $300 million last
year.
"The county could save $20 million and
would make our employees a lot happier," he
said.
The growth in the county must be "plan
driven, not developer driven," Blair said. The
county must make sure infrastructure is in
place before a development or a variance from
the county's comprehensive plan is granted,
and that infrastructure should be built on pop-
ulation and growth projection, not by census
figures.
That the county stick as closely to its com-
prehensive plan, which dictates where the
county will grow, "is very dear to my heart,"
Blair said.
"The very essence of the comprehensive
plan is the preservation of single family neigh-
borhoods. You have to grow, but you have to
grow smart," he said
The biggest challenge the county faces is
keeping its economy healthy, Blair said. The
way to foster the economy is tax cuts when pos-
sible and keeping rates and fees low. That is a
major difference between Blair and his oppo-
nent, he said, asserting that Buckhorn plans a
major tax increase that would "decimate the
economy."
The county must think more long-term
when it comes to water, and Blair said he would
support more research on the idea to pipe
water from the Suwannee River basin and its
water rich counties to those drier, southern
counties. Blair said it would take work and a
state legislated initiative but could probably
be done in fair manner for everyone involved.
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made to bid to provide its services, which
would force it to become more efficient, and
that he was troubled by the county's apparent
lack of any real long-term transportation plan.
He is irked, he said, by how the county's
Community Investment Tax money is being
misappropriated. He said the $27 million for
the Tampa art complex, $17 million for the
Tampa history museum and a $3 million grant
for Lowry Park Zoo, which totaled $47 million,
could have been better allocated for public
works.
Blair, who has met with several Plant City
officials, said he is hearing that Plant City may
not be getting its fair share of county funding.
Plant City's population is 32,000, but the
county must consider the satellite communi-
ties outside the city limits that use city services
when it comes time to dole out funding.
"We're all taxpayers and the city of Tampa
shouldn't be treated better than the city of
Temple Terrace or city of Plant City," Blair
said.
He said the county must be willing to bend
when it comes to the city's annexation plans.
"It allows Plant City to hold its own destiny,
which I feel it has a right to do," he said.
That Blair is not a "career politician" should
make him attractive to voters as opposed to
Buckhorn, he said.
"He relies on bureaucratic solutions, which
inevitably relies on taxes and fees instead of
savings and efficiencies," he said.
Tom Vann, a former Tampa city councilman
who has lent his support to Blair, agrees.
"I feel Brian is what we need, someone with
new ideas and not a professional politician,"
said Vann, who was raised in Durant, attended
Turkey Creek School and now lives in Tampa.
"I think Brian will understand the' needs of
communities like Plant City, Durant, and the
needs of the farmers and east Hillsborough
County."


DIGEST
Continued From Page 4


she offers private parties and operates a gift
shop, But;sle sayed the trunk and fou nd a saw-
rl in made City that could make planks from
the tree so she can use them on the house.
She's thinking about using them to spruce up
the front porch of the home built in 1936.
"I thought how wonderful that would be,"
Roach said. "It wouldn't be a total loss if some
of the tree could go back into the house"


Meeting In The Middle
Former city commissioner Randy Larson, a
Republican, expected to get some flack for sup-
porting Democrat Bob Buckhorn for the county
commission's District 6 at-large seat.


But, "I didn't expect it to be as brash as it's
been;,"he admitted at arecer4 partyLarson and
his wife, Chris, hosted for Buckhorn at their
historic home on Franklin Street. Larson said
he wanted to let his friends get acquainted with
Buckhorn and see that he goes beyond party
lines and would be an advocate for Plant City.
Besides, Larson said, he and Buckhorn are so
close to the absolute moderate point of the
political spectrum that they are, politically
speaking, as similar as they can be and still be
in different parties.
"I would say he's the Democrat who knows
how to balance his checkbook and I'm the
Republican with the social conscience," Larson
said with a smile. "I guess if there was going to
be a party in the middle we'd both be in it."


VOTE
Continued From Page 1
Bethea said.
"The nice thing about early
voting is if you need extra
(attention), I can give it you,"
he said.
And many voters have
needed that time. Those who
haven't voted since 2000
haven't used the touch screen
voting machines.
There are seven machines
at the site, plus a demonstra-
tion machine that Bethea and
other poll workers use to dem-
onstrate how it works or to
give refresher courses.
On Saturday, more than 400
voters showed up before 3
p.m. They hunched over the
machines many with intense
looks of concentration on
their faces. The ballot, with its
eight amendments, requires a
little more time than in previ-
ous elections, officials said.
It was a diverse crowd,
made up of voters young and
old, black and white, Kerry
supporters and Bush support-
ers.
War was on the minds of
many.
Don Roman, 54, of Plant
City, said he supported Bush
and the tough choice he made
to invade Iraq.
. "What's the lesser of two
evils? Do we want to have a
mushroom cloud over us or a
bad economy," Roman said,
adding that he was troubled
by Kerry's notion that there
should be an international
test when it comes to war. "I
don't want to have to ask per-
mission to defend the coun-
try."
Srinivas Rajendran, Plant
City High School's valedicto-
rian in 2003, was happy to be
able to vote during his visit
home from the University of
Florida. He said Bush "did the
right thing" by invading Iraq.
"He's been criticized, but I
think anyone would have-
done the same thing at that
time," he said. "He's standing
by it and not just copping


OCTOBER 28, 2004 THE COURIER 21

out." -
Rhonda Boyd, 46, declined
to say who she voted for presi-
dent, but the elementary
school teacher said, "It's time
to get our country back on
track and to get our troops
home."

Other issues
Pam Pearre of Plant City
said her No. 1 priority was
morality. She said Bush has
put "morality as an example
in front of us," she said.
Renee Gordon, 25, of Plant
City said she votes for presi-
dent according to one issue:
abortion. Bush matches her
conviction that life begins at
conception, she said, and her
religious beliefs.
"This country was founded
on Christian roots," she, said.
Charissa Denhan, 21, said
she's concerned that the Bush
administration is too power
hungry, and doesn't agree
with plans to privatize Social
Security.
As for the war in Iraq, she
doesn't think the United
States should be there, but
that the country "has to
finish."
"It's a sad state of affairs,"
she said.
Yvonne and Jim Harden of
Plant City are one of those
split couples. She votes
Democrat, he Republican. But
Saturday, he voted for Kerry.
"I'm so proud of him this
time," said Yvonne Harden,
46, as she put an arm around
her husband. She didn't
approve of the war and said -
Bush needs to go. "I've
watched the economy and the
state of this country go down
for the last four years. I just
hope something changes? ',
Jim Harden, 47, agreed and.
said, "the world told us there
was no reason to go into
Iraq."
But he was quick to point
out that he voted against
Bush, not for Kerry. Neither
candidate satisfied him.
"Out of 240 million people,
this is the best we can come
up with?"


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MARCH
Continued From Page 1
didn't want to wear the arm, he didn't
have to.
"To this day, he has an arm hanging
up in his closet, and if he wants to wear
it, he can," she said. "But just looking
at Mikie, he is Mikie. If he had both
hands, he wouldn't be Mikie."
Even as a young kid, Smith wouldn't
let his disability alter his plans.
He taught his younger sister, Brandi,
how to tie her shoes. He showed her
using his teeth, having learned himself
from a man who lived down the street
who had one arm. He learned how to
bat and catch a ball in baseball. He
learned to cast a fishing pole with his
nub and reel in the line with his three
fingers. He started playing the trom-
bone in middle school.
Then he embraced the highly
competitive challenge of becoming a
high school drum major, working at it
even harder after his failed attempt as
a junior.
"People need to stop and realize that
these children with disabilities are just
as normal as you and I," Barbara Smith
said. "They may be a little slower at
doing things at first, but that's OK.
They'll eventually be up to speed, and
now there's things Mikie can do better
than anybody else."
Like lead a band that is a formidable
presence in the state, under the nine-
year directorship of Dan DuBay.
"At Durant, we don't look at some-
thing as a disability; it's an opportu-
nity," DuBay said. And being a drum
major, he added, is difficult even under
the best conditions. The position


DAVE BUYENS/Photo
Smith, front, takes a rest with the 173-member Durant band at Friday's football
game.


requires leadership abilities, conduct-
ing skills as well as strong musi-
cianship.
"His lesson to everyone, I feel, is
don't give up." DuBay said. "The
tenacity of not wanting to give up. If
you want to achieve and you work hard
at it, you can achieve."
Band parent Renee Green of Valrico
was at Chamberlain last Saturday
when Durant blew away the competi-
tion with best-in-show honors in each
of the five rated categories. Her
daughter, Victoria, also is a drum
major for Durant, along with Becky
Snow, who also lives in Valrico.


"Most of the time I don't realize he
has a disability. It just doesn't even
connect with me," Victoria Green said.
"He's so incredibly accomplished. I
wouldn't want anybody to look at him
and feel sorry for him or feel his disa-
bility keeps him from doing things
because he totally overlooks it. He
doesn't allow it to hold him back, so
after a while nobody else notices it
either."
Renee Green concurred, noting
Smith is "the football champion at our
house" and an accomplished artist,
having created logos and designs for
the band.


"The one thing I notice the most is
that Mikie doesn't see himself as hand-
icapped and he doesn't want to be
treated that way," she said. "He does-
n't care if it takes a little longer or it's a
little harder. He'll do whatever it takes
to get the job done. He doesn't hold
back, he gives it his all. He got over
being handicapped years ago."
Smith recalled the first time he real-
ized he had a disability. He had
received an artificial arm from Shrin-
ers Hospital and found it overbearing.
"Right in the middle of Kash n' Karry
I took it off and said, 'No more. I quit,'
" said Smith. "I would never put it on. I
hated it. I threw it against the wall.
That's when it hit me I had a disability
and I couldn't change anything about
it."
Smith's mission is to become a
music educator, and his goal is to
attend Troy University in Alabama. He
plans to double major in music and
business.
"I don't want to be remembered as
someone with a disability," Smith said
of his days at Durant. "(Rather) as the
kid that showed and proved himself as
a band leader, and that he was capable
of doing this regardless of his disabil-
ity."
Drum major Snow has no doubt that
is how her colleague will be remem-
bered.
"I don't think (his disability) has
hindered him at all," she said. "If
anything, it's helped him because it's
made him a stronger person. It really
gives everybody hope that no matter
what it is they want to do, if they put
their mind to it and they're determined
to get it done, they can do it."


CITY
Continued From Page 3


"We do not oppose the building of
the development," Maltby said. "But
we definitely oppose the closing of
Coronet Road. You will force residents
to use Jim Johnson Road or Roberts
Ranch to get to Park Road."
Maltby said Jim Johnson was old,
narrow and can not adequately carry
the extra traffic. And Roberts Ranch
would force motorists through several
traffic lights and a difficult entrance to


Park Road.
The decision concerning the closure
will be made at a future date, city offi-
cials said. Presently the stretch of Cor-
onet Road, while in the city, is
maintained by the county.
In other action commissioners:
Reappointed Harold Falls to the
Citizen's Environmental Advisory
Committee of the county's Environ-


mental Protection Commission.
Approved the replacement of an
aluminum carport damaged in a storm
at 606 W. Reynolds St. in the historic
residential district.
Rezoned property at Trapnell and
Drawdy roads, Trapnell and Tim-
berlane Drive, and the former Farm
Store property at Baker and Pennsylva-
nia streets.
+ Set a public hearing for Nov. 8 con-


coming rezoning of 10 acres at the
corner of Woodrow Wilson and Baker
streets.
Set public hearings for Nov. 8 con-
cerning changes to the land use agree-
ment in regard to 525 acres at Park
Road and East Alexander Street, to
discuss an amendment the city com-
* prehensive plan regarding property at
3405 and 3302 Boot Bay Road.


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Raiders Drill



Rival Durant

PLAY FRIDAY AT LAKELAND
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The Plant City Raiders haven't had much
time to dwell about how agonizingly close they
came to making the 2004 playoffs.
In the end, four points and nine yards are all
that will keep the Raiders out of the postseason.
But at least they have had plenty of other activi-
ties to occupy their minds.
Take last week for example, when Plant City
turned in a rousing performance and thumped
rival Durant, 38-24, at Raider Stadium. Derrick
Hallback rolled to an incredible night, 341 yards
and three touchdowns.
That win was worth at least a couple of days'
celebration, but there is another matter for
Plant City to turn its attention to. Friday, the
Raiders take on the No. 2-ranked team in the
state when they visit Lakeland High.
Unfortunately for Plant City, the game has no
implications on the district standings. Lakeland
has locked up first place and East Bay earned
the runner-up spot by beating Brandon, 48-21,
last week. The Raiders won't be going to the
playoffs, but they are guaranteed a third-place
finish in Class 5A-District 7.
As strange as it seems, had Plant City been
able to beat East Bay Oct. 15, this week's game
would still not have a playoff spot riding on it -
Lakeland and Plant City would have already
wrapped up 5A-7's playoff berths.
"It's always nice to know you're playing for a
district championship, but not everybody can,"
said Raiders head coach Todd Long. "There are
See RAIDERS, Page 24


DAVE BUYENS/Photo
Plant City High School senior running back Derrick Hallback shakes a tackle by Durant's Jeff Corns during Friday
night's football game. Hallback ran wild on the Cougars defense, rolling up a career-high 341 yards and three
touchdowns, as Plant City beat its rivals, 38-24, at Raider Stadium.


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WINS 2 DISTRICT TITLES
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Despite being a competitive
swimmer since the age of 9,
Plant City High freshman Ste-
phanie Barker says she still got
a little nervous at last week's
Class 3A-District 4 meet.
It was hard to tell. Barker
won two district champion-
ships, in the 100 butterfly and
the 200 individual medley, to
put her one step away from
reaching the Class 3A state
meet in Gainesville.
That one step can be taken
Saturday if Barker performs
well enough at the Region 2
meet in Sarasota.
"Usually I stay pretty calm,
but when I got behind the
block (at districts) I got some
butterflies," Barker said.
Nerves have not been a


Stephanie Barker
factor during an outstanding
freshman season, where she
has crushed opponents and
broke the school record in the
butterfly. But last Friday at
Bobby Hicks Pool in Tampa


where the district meet was
held, Barker had serious com-
petition from a fellow ninth-
grader.
Hillsborough High's Emori
Lewkowicz, who Barker has
been close friends with since
they began competing years
ago, pushed her to the limit.
In the butterfly, Barker's
favorite event, she won with a
time of 1:00.63 while Lewko-
wicz was two seconds behind.
The two were supposed to
meet once during the regular
season, but weather cancelled
that meet.
"She's better in the 200 but-
terfly, but that's not an event
in high school. I knew coming
in that it might come down to
us two. We're really good
friends," Barker said. In fact,
Barker gave Lewkowicz a big
hug right after the end of the
200 IM, which Barker won by
See BARKER, Page 24


Cougars Look To Regain Intensity For Homecoming


HOST RIVERVIEW
FRIDAY NIGHT
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Last year it was a battle for a
playoff spot, and it took three
overtimes before Durant
grabbed it away from River-
view.
This Friday's game at the
Ron Frost Athletic Complex
doesn't have nearly as much


riding on it, but Cougars head
coach Mike Gottman would
like to see his team respond
like it did.
"I told them, they're going
to get out of this game what
they put into it," he said. "If
they aren't ready, they're
going to get beat. Last week,
we weren't ready to play."
Gottman was referring to
the 38-24 loss to Plant City,
which is Durant's only loss in
the last two seasons that
wasn't close. This week's


opponent, Riverview, fell 21-
10 in a hard-fought contest
against Sarasota Riverview.
The Sharks are only 3-4 this
season but all of the losses are
to teams with winning records.
Riverview's most impressive
win was a 34-7 victory against
Brandon, one which best dis-
played the Sharks' strength: a
physical defense.
"We have to be ready for
that this week," Gottman said.

See DURANT, Page 24


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Thornton Memorial
baseball tournament
The City of Plant City Rec-
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will host the 2nd annual Jere-
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Classic baseball tournament
Nov. 12-19 at Mike Sansone
Park and other off-field sites
in and around Plant City.
More than 25 teams are
expected to participate in this
year's tournament. Last year,
Durant was runner-up to
Hillsborough High School.
Call: Tim Thornton, 478-
8586 or 754-7221, or e-mail
tim.thornton@cardinal.com.

SOFTBALL
Pride players wanted
The Plant City Pride 16-
and-under travel softball
team seeks talented players.
Tryouts: Ken, 967-7886, or
e-mail Carl, demuth2@a-
ol.com.

SOCCER
Lancers players sought
The Plant City Lancers
under-12 travel soccer team
seeks two experienced players


who were born between Aug.
1, 1992, and July 31,1993.
Call: Chris Black, 299-2449.

Blackwatch U-14
girls seeks players
The Blackwatch U-14 girls
soccer team seeks a few expe-
rienced players.
Information: e-mail coach-
mendoza@yahoo.com.

Valrico Soccer Club
The Valrico Soccer Club
seeks enthusiastic and com-
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girls and under-10 boys
teams.
For girls team, call Karl or
Sharon Becker, 671-0344, or
e-mail vscgirlssoccer@ao-
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For boys team, call Dan
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dchappe2@tampabay.rr.com.
Also, a few openings remain
for travel teams from U-8 to
U-14.
Information: www.valric-
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BARKER
Continued From Page 23
two-tenths of a second.
In that event, the duo finished with an emor-
mous 10-second gap over the rest of the field.
Though she's only a freshman, Barker aspires
to get to the state meet in her first season.
"Winning anything there I'm not worried
about so much, but I want to be able to go," she
said.
Durant's Matthew Outlaw also won two
events at the district meet, the 50 and 100 free;
only district champs automatically qualified for
regionals. Then the next-best 13 times from
around the region's three districts were used to


determine the regional field.
Barker will be joined by teammate Marah
Dolan, who qualified in both the 50 free and
100 backstroke. The Raiders 200-free relay unit
of Dolan, Julie Boback, Caroline Evans and
Baker made it as well.
Other Cougars who see their seasons con-
tinue at least to this Saturday were Jim Kauder-
man (fly) and David Curfman (breast) and the
200-free relay team, and Plant City's Jeremy
Lipford made it in the 200 IM
The regional meet will be held starting at 9
a.m. at the Selby Aquatic Center. Only the event
winners are guaranteed a spot at the state meet,
then the next best 12 regional times will be
compiled to determine who advances to Gai-
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RAIDERS
Continued From Page 23
a lot of other things to play for,
like the love of and pride for
the game. And this week, right
now, it's the chance to beat
Lakeland, a district
champion."
With still some hope left
last Friday the Raiders
needed Lakeland to lose to
Bloomingdale and Brandon to
beat East Bay Plant City put
on its best performance of the
season. Hallback was unstop-
pable, even when it seemed
like the Raiders were content
to run out the clock.
Plant City led 17-7 late in
the first half and could have
milked the clock with all of its
timeouts remaining. But after
a first-down run gained no
yards, the clock kept running,
down from a minute left to
about 30 seconds left and
another up-the-gut run was
called.
Hallback made Long's
"strategy" pay off when he
broke to the left and sprinted
for a 77-yard score. It gave
Plant City a 24-7 lead and took
the wind out of Durant. It also
gave Hallback an astounding
259 yards in the first half.
"Believe it or not, I told the
coaches this," Long said. "A
couple of them came to me
and said 'Let's try to throw the
ball' but I said let's run it. He
might break another one."
After the game, Hallback
had nothing but praise for his
offensive line. Thomas Adair,
Cody Silcox, Aaron Sullivan,
Corey Pine and Jordan Strawn,
along with tight end Kaliff
Shepherd, comprise Plant
City's prime blocking unit.
Only Strawn and Shepherd
are seniors while the rest are
juniors.
Any chance of Durant
coming back was halted when
Plant City stopped the Cou-


DURANT
Continued From Page 23
"Riverview is very talented on
defense."
A couple of key fourth-
down plays turned the tide
against Durant last week. The
Raiders converted one fourth
down on its opening drive,
then, after it looked like
Durant had stopped them on
fourth-and-goal with an inter-
ception, the Cougars were
called for pass interference.
One play later, Plant City took
a 7-0 lead.
Durant (4-3) then failed on
a fourth down on its next pos-
session, and the rout was on.
When it looked like Durant


gars' first drive of the second
half and Hallback broke
another long run 55 yards.
Then on fourth-and -goal,
quarterback Jason Brown ran
the option keeper for the first
of his two touchdowns. -
It may have been Plant
City's last home game of the
season, unless the scheduled
season opener with King is
made up at the end of the
year. Long complimented
what was a capacity crowd for
the Durant game, as the Raid-
ers have had well-attended
home games all year.
"It really is great for the
kids," he said. "The students
have been great all year with
the school spirit. And it fires
our guys up."
Lakeland cruised past Bloo-
mingdale, 47-14, officially
ending Plant City's playoff
hopes. If the Raiders had
defeated East Bay two weeks
ago, they would be 4-1 in the
district rather than 3-2, and
East Bay would be done with
its district schedule with a
mark of 4-2. In that scenario,
even if Plant City lost to Lake-
land it would still get the
second-place berth thanks to
the head-to-head tiebreaker
rule.
In the East Bay game, Hal-
lback ran in his third touch-
down for a 20-17 Raiders lead
with less than three minutes
to go.
That Raiders drive began
after Plant City's Sherrod Lott
picked off an Indians pass in
the end zone with East Bay
threatening to take a 10-point
lead.
Unfortunately for the Raid-
ers, East Bay came back to
score and win with 1:20 to go,
despite Brown's career-high
231 passing yards.
"I'd like to think that we'd
be in the playoffs if we were in
a lot of other districts. Third
place in this one is pretty
good."


was pulling back into the
game, after a safety that made
the score 31-16 with 8:27 left,
Plant City called for a pooch
kick and the Raiders recov-
ered.
Chip Bowden ran for a
touchdown and added a late
touchdown pass to Clint
McKay, and Matt Stwan ran
for a score as well.
Stwan could have a busy
night Friday, when he is up for
homecoming king at half-
time.
Homecoming marks
Durant's last home game of
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$1200 obo. 813-968-5543
SIX plots, may sell sepa-
rately, Garden of Memo-
ries Garden Oaks sect.
$2000ea obo 727-0825 or
813-621-4256
Sunset Memory Gardens,
Honol'sec, double depth
2 vaults, 2 openings &
closings appr $4900,
sell $2900.813-975-8151
I41 Monuments/
41 Caskets
Memories in Granite/
Bronze. Wholesale direct
from quarry. Call for
appointment.
727-946-1949
50-99
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u Tampa
YBOR CITY Investor's
dream. 2br/lba wd
frame, new everything,
grt tenants. Appr value
$105k. Sell $87.5k. 4 to
sell 813-598-0088
1101 I South Tampa I
Culbreath Bayou, pool,
spa, mostly built in 90's.
Huge 96x120 lot + CB
wkshp. Offers room to
expand. FP 2 wet bars,
ches kit w/custom cabs
& subzero fridge. Hdwd
& tile firs. $549,900.
289-2200 FSBO







Gandy South Beautiful
New Construction on
Corner lot 4 Bedrooms 2
1/Vz Baths Eat-in Kitchen
family room, formal
Dining Walk-in Closets
in. Bedrooms Covered
Brick Lanai Granite
countertops, wood
floors, tiled baths
Garden tub in master
bath with sep. shower.
Keller Williams Realty
Carla Lee 813-546-9132
PALMA CEIA3BR, 2BA,
1375SF, CHA, hardwood/
ceramic tiled built 1989,
$258,000. Brokers
protected. 3312 W San
Pedro. 813-495-7815
SOUTH TAMPA 2 homes,
4012 & 4014 Treasure Cr.
2/1 $142 000; 3/1
$140,000; view at www.
westbayconsulting.com
f 813-760-0721V
SOUTH TAMPA TOWN
HOME, new LIST constr.,
gated comm, 3br, 2Vz ba,
2200sf$319,900. Avail.
12/04. Kelley Fisher, Kel-
ler Williams 813-295-3010
1102 Northwest
FOREST HILLS 4BR, 2BA
12x16 shed, 2 lots, fncd,
corner lot well.
9209 N. Edison Ave.
$165,000
813-949-6421
Odessa- Open House Sun
2-6,19120 Larchmont Dr.
Model-like 4/3 + den, 3
car, heated pool, $389K.
(813)920-4474
* TOWN N COUNTRY *
3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS
Completely Remodeled
GREATNEIGHBORHOOD
Lease Opt Owner Finance
$129,000 813-286-0780
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1102 I Northwest I
TownNCountry/Morgan-
woods Greentree, 2BR,
1.5BA TH, 2 patios, tile
floors, exc. cond,
$94,500. Serious inquires
only. (813) 249-1083
103 I Northeast/
S New Tampa
USF AREA-10916 N. 29th
St., Tpa, FL 33612. 3br,
2ba lcg renovated, new
app ances, scrnd patio,
storage shed, $129,900.
By owner, 813-961-0571
I IEast I
S104Hillsborough
BRANDON 4/2/2 POOL,
built in 99, 1680sf, no
backyard neighbors
new carpet, hardwood
fl new privacy fence
$197,900 For sale by
owner (813) 655-8044
Where on earth can you
buy sell or find almost
anything? Classified, of
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FAIRGROUNDS AREA Best
deal in the neighbor-
hood. Beaulilul 3br 2bj.
tcg. Comp remod. Won't
i.it' $104.900 Ready Ito
M.:..c in. No F-iA or VA.
813 404.6191
Lithia/Fish Hawk Ranch
3BR 2BA, 2CG, 1780SF
Tile/Corian Kit/Gdn Tub
Beautiful trails, elem.
schools walking dist.
$210K, 813-655-8149
PLANT CITY-2br, 2ba,
block home, CHA, new:
kit, hd floors baths win-
dows, shed, picket fnc.
Near Knights Elem.
$95K. Owner finance.
Call 813-205-3428

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S OUSE-
PLANT CITY, HISTORIC
DIST. Sun 1-4. 905 W.
Reynolds.3br, 2babung.
w7 den / ofc, Ig lot,
newly remod. 174,900.
813-650-8582, ext 2#
PLANT CITY, HIST. DIST.
3/2. bungalow-Reynolds
St. $174.9K. Ext. 2#.
3/1 bungalow Davis St.
$115K.Ext 3#.
R-2 duplex or S/F vacant
Slot $55K. Ext. 4#
CALL 650-8582 & ext. #
1114 Waterfront
Apollo Beach, 3/2 heated
pool 2cg, 180ft of water-
front on main canal
w'bay access 8 view.
New huge deep water
dock. t2.0001b boat lit.
Room for large yacht.
$565k 954-993-5409
CLEARWATER BEACH Re-
gatta Beach Club 8th
paint, remodeled, tile,
heated pool, pk space
By Owner, Seious only,
$395,000352-222-6001
INDIAN ROCKS Open Sun
10-4 Huge 3 Bedroom,
2.5 Bathroom, custom
style, waterfront, fire-
place, built in 2000,2 car
garage, inground pool.
$999,000
www.irbdreamhome
.com (727) 517-3228


1114 Waterfront I
RUSKIN Riverside Club
Golf & Tennis 3606
Hayes Bayou Dr. Newer
3br 2ba Home Perched
on high bluff over Hayes
Bayou & Little Manatee
River. Great Water &
marshland views, Club
amenities. Docks and
boat ramp all nearby.
www.themarsacgroup.coi
$189,900 941-704-2168
SOUTH TAMPA water-
front-Mariner condo.
Approx. 2000 sq ft, 2/2,
open bay views, needs
updating worth $450K,
will sacrifice for $359k.
Pete 813-416-2606.
TAMPA BAY-(4)5+ ACRE
right on bay deep water.
Taking Offers. Must
Move.START AT $600K.
CALL 941-232-4759/
813-664-1666 -
TAMPA Riverfront brick
2BR/2BA kit/din/liv/
sunrm/full basement/Ig
frnt/bkyds/ Indscpd 6510
N. River Blvd. By Ownr.
$450K. 352-543-6001
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11 Counties
LEXINGTON OAKS
GorrO,..,u" new 4nr. 2ba.
2co. 1967it Sec. iprnmir
5y LCr.ai,:-d '..n
pond/consrv. Golf Crs
Comm, fitness/club
rooms/pool. Park &
Daycare. Pasco Schls.
$195 000 Call
(813) 503-8896
11 S I Central
I, | Pasco
LAND 0' LAKES/NPR, 3/2,
1653 S.F. $189,900;
4/2,1691 S.F. $192,900;
4/3,2369 S.F. $264,900;
4/3,2636 S.F. $289,900;
Brand new homes.
Owner/Realtor.
Jenny 813-956-1169.
1121 1Condominium]
South Tampa Mariner
Luxury wtrfrnt, Ig 2BR,
2 /z BAw/priv. balconies
granite cntrtops, S/S
appls, 1900sf $428,000.
Call 813-286-9721
1|23|1Townhouses
BAYSHORE Area, 2/2/2,
Brazilian cherry floor-
ing, Italian tile jet tub, 2
patio's, 1466sf, granite
itch, newly remod,
$209,9000813-837-4432
LAND 0' LAKES Beautiful
Brand New TH all amen
2br/21/2ba, 2 story, lcg,
$132,300 or rent $950
305-944-6900 ext 11132;
305-430-0318 eves
SOUTH TAMPA Bit in
2004, 2/2.5, 1CG, hrdwd
firs, granite ctrtops, S/S
appIIs, pool, 1300 sf.
$215K. Brokers Protec.
813-494-6156
125 Homesites &
1 Lots
LOTS FOR RENT! Move In
Special! Briarwood Mo-
bile Home Comm. 4002
Smith Ryals Rd, Plant
City. 813-737-2110.
RIVERVIEW 8807W.
Millpoint Rd. Beautiful
100x137 Lot, zoned for
Mnf'd or Single Family
Home, closest major
Hwys, Shopping & DTwn
Tampa, 1 blk from Alafia
River, min. to Boat
Ramp Cit Water.
$45,900. 813-962-7403
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1 Homesites&
1251 Lots
ROYAL HIGHLANDS, 2
lots, both % acre + on
paved street. Close to
Spring Hill and SR 50.
Great building lots.
561-317-1241.
WANT TO BUY
Building Lots.
inTerry D. Speer Construc-
tion Inc. (813) 764-8030
11261Acreage
MACON CO. GA-216 acres
w/mature hardwood &
pine 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
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$175K. Riverfront 5 +
acres $325K Horses wel-
come Call 941-232-4 'S9
813-641-1666
Farms,
130 Groves, &
Ranches
LITHIA4ac. MOL.Ajacent
to the Alaphia, 5 mi. to
Fish Hawk. Cleared,
w/septic & well. 100%
Owner fin. Appr@ $139K
Make offer 81-598-8344
1 Homes With |
133 Acreage
BROOKSVILLE Deed Re-
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3/2, w/Studio/ofc 2'/,
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3000 acres camp, timber
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11431 Out Of State |
ALA, 3 Exclusive lots on
scenic 8th green of
beautiful mountainous
golf course. Located V2
way between Birming-
ham & Atlanta $84,900
each. Call owner at
1-205-372-3519
web site available.
ARIZONA LAND LIQUIDA-
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1/2 Football Field Sized
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1143 1 Out Of State I
End-of-Season LAKE-
FRONT SALE! Saturday
November6th only 1to 3
acre lake access from
29,900. Lakefront from
$99,900 *FREE CLOSING
COSTS* Heron Point a
spectacular DEEP wa-
terfront community on-
beautiful, pristine Lees-
ville Lake in VA. 1 to 3
acres, stately pines &
hardwoods, pretty
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setting. Paved roads,
street lights,u/g utili-
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Georgia Log Cabins Lis-
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Awesome vi*s. Get-
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Beautiful North Georgia
Mountains, Call Pegg'e
Aurand (7I0)135-2696
Century 21 Professional
Realty.
GRAND OPENING Sale
Nov 13th & 14th Lake-
front from $59,900. Lake
Access as low as S
19.900. Spectacular new
waterfront community
on one of the ingest &
cleanest mtn lakes in
America! 1 to 3 acres,
gorgeous woods pan-
oramic views, Paved
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LAKE LURE Golf & Beach
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Rock, NC area. Br.aih
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1-5 acre homesites
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Mid Tenn Mts 5 acres.
Beautiful Mountain Top
Get-A-Way Beautiful
Cabin Site w/Woods
River Access. $29,900
Owner Financing
931-445-7302
N. Ga Mtns; 2-5 ac lots; on
Natl Forest; 6 Iks; mtn
views; 1 hr to Atlanta;
gated; from $60K; www.
shepherdscove.com
770-480-2311
N.C. MOUNTAINS
4 acres with new loo cab-
in chalet. Easy tofinish
interior, $84,900.
Acreage available with
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IWaynesville NC Mtns,
over 2 ac, paved rds, city
water. Spectacular
views overlooking Cold
Mtn. Restricted. $130k.
770-992-9951 Must See!
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11431 Out Of State |
Western No. Carolina
Beaut. Prime bldng lot in
Sapphire Valley, Holly
Forest. 3 Golf Courses &
Clubhouse. Price to sell
$19,900 863-581-1210
150-170
Manufactured
Homes

150 bile Home
1501 Sales

14 & 16 Wides New 05's
Low as $24.900
Del Sl up -AC-S,Wrt
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Banl.s 86163)68.-4635
Lakeland Nearl 4.&4'
Mobile
155 Homes In
I Parks
Seffner Area 3br.2Ba .n
family mobile park.
Possible
Ownerfinancing.
Toll Free 1-877-866-4782
$6500 WILL FINANCE!
2br'iba mobile home in
nice park. 14x70 Good
condition, new Appli-
ances Call Mike
813-453-1048
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180
Commercial Prop.
Lease

18i Ofc Space
I1 .BI Lease

350 sf office space @
1804W. Baker St.,
Excellent Location.
(813) 764-8030
HYDE PARK EXECUTIVE
OFFICE SPACE flexible
from 700 to 1,000 sq. ft.,
multiple olices
available immediately.
813.505.7751
HYDE PARK
Historic restored
Victorian house. Circa
1898, 2nd fir, 1800 sf, 6
office suite 2bathrms, 1
fpl, hrdwd firs.
$2900/mo. Property Pro,
813-835-7747
PLANT CITY, 3 sizes, 2 lo-
cations. Very nice ofc
space. Convenient to 1-4
and downtown. Call
Donna Jean Realty
813-752-4137
Want Ads
PLANT CITY, Industrial
Park Office Space for-
lease 150 to 3000 sq ft,
including Conference
Room & Break Room.
Starting at $160. mo.
Contact Mathew Homrner
813-865-1192. THE-
GEORGE W. LACKEY, CO
PLANT CITY. One profes-
sional office space aceor
rent Call For More Inf.)
813-752-6589
Plaza Place, Sun Point
Shopping Center
Office /Retai l
813-641-2800
www.PhaganDev.com
South Tampa/Dale Mab-
ry, great location for
Attorneys or Accoun-
tants. 7 offices, 2000sf.
Price negotiable.
Call 813-294-9797
TOWN N'COUNTRY-3309
W. Waters Ave., 900-
2,700 sq. ft. available.
Excellent for office/
medical. Call (813)
477-4411: (813) 787-6951


Warehouse
180D Business
Park Space
1,000 to 1,375 sq. ft.
Office/Warehouse
Easy access 1-75/hwy 60
333 Falkenburg RdN.
Ken Foster, Inc. R.E. Bkrs
On site, or call 689-4492
Adamo Dr Next to Kay-
man 4806sf warehouse
w/office,12'x15' OH
door, $1760/mo + tax. 3
mos free rent, w/first &
last & 2 yr lease.
Carl: weekdays 8-3,
1-800-824-8434
after 4 352-383-0172
M Automrotive
180M Real Estate
Lease
SEBRING, Aulomot've
space for lease. 3280s. 5
Bays a Its. 2 ohice's.
storagebnrindotc & up
slair.. $8 f + CANIs
800-'767-2998 x108
190
Commercial Prop.
Sale

Retail
1900 Stores &
1900 Strip Ctrs
Sale
DOWNTOWN TAMPA,
Restaurant for sale in
highly populated area.
Call
813-301-0505 or
678-978-8862
200-249
Rentals

1200 1 RoomsRent I
NEW TAMPA, Room-
mates needed to share 5
bd 2.5 ba home, utilities,
W/D included.
D500/mo.Must see! Call
813-728-5615

202 IAccom.To
2 Share
LOWRY PARK AREA 4BR
to share with pool, AC.
Half utilities, no pets.
$470/mo.
Contact Natalie
813-931-1487
Zephrhills Nice room w/
Bath in Mobile Home Pk.
2 Clubhouses, Jacuzzi,
Pool Tables and more.
$350. 1st, last, security
813-788-5458 788-9849
1204 1|Apts. Fum.
PLANT City, 1 bedroom
efficiency (partly fur-
nished) $500 per month.
813-719-3783-
TAMPA HEIGHTS Newly
remodeled 1BR up-
stairs, appliances inc.,
air& heat, N/S no pets.
$600/mo.+ $660o/dep.
Call 813-681-2815
1 IApartments
205 Unfurnished

CARROLLWOOD HOSTI-
PAL AREA 2BR DUPLEX
C/AIR W/D HKUP $600
MTH + UTL $700 DEP
W/REF.
(413) 253-4945
FOR RENT. Taking appli-
cations completely re-
modeled. 2BR/1BA apt.
Tile, Carpet AC, Waupa-
per, Laundry rm. lyr
ease. $550/mo, $500
damage sec dep. Abso-
lutely O PETS. Spencer
CtApts, Plant City. Avail
now. 813-754-1197
CLASSIFIED WORKS


I2 Apartments
205 Unfurnished

Hernando & Pasco
County
Apartments For Rent.
727-846-9484
Plant City-2 &3BRMH's&
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
SOHO
807 S. Howard Ave.
2/1 $925
hard wood floors, pool,
PRIME location
Call 813-300-4501
ST. Joseph Medical Distr.

$99
MOVES YOU IN!!
Charming gated comm.
Great ffr plans, eat-in kit.
Fitness ctr, covered pkg
Free Water
Call Today 813-234-8981
TEMPLE TERRACE,
Raintree, 2 br, 2 ba.
spacious, good
neighborhood, water,
cable, W/D incl. $800.
813-389-9781
USF Mall Area, 2br lba
Duplex, CHA W/D on
Premises $500/mo $400
Security Deposit.
727-251-2422
WESTPORT COMMONS
SEC.8APTS/NEW!
1-2-3 Bedrooms
Dishwasher, carpeting,
laundry room, central
a/.c, payground,
gate community.
SEHABLAESPANOL
Call Connie:
(813) 254-1436 or
254-5816
n | Houses
21 0 Unfurnished

Apollo Beach, Mirabay-
410 Islebay 5br/3ba,
gated comm, brand new
wtrfrnt home, Bay ac-
cess. Avail ASAP
$1800/mo 813-298-3375
Brandon North, 2 Homes,
Executive 3br, 2 ba on Ig
non sub treed lot. (Lawn
Main incl), FP, built in
kitchen appi, Ig until rm,
sec. syst, well, septic &
shrink syst. $1250/mo.
Min. 6 mo lease, 1st mo.
sec dep, credit ref.
813-689-7161, Mon-Fri.
BRANDON/VALRICO,
5br/3ba/2cg River Hills.
Ga ed comm, hdwd &
tile firs, scrn lanai fans,
small pet ok. $1650/mo
+ dep 805-368-2422
CENTRAL Tampa Florida
& Waters, $800/mo.
$800 sec. 2 br, 1ba, CHA
fenced yard, screened
front porch. Call
813-685-4169,244-1220
HILLSBOROUGH RIVER
lbr/lba remodeled,
w/fncd yard. Immac.
Quiet nbrhd No Pets.
Ref. v $650/mo + sec.
813-390-2956; 230-5509
LAKE Magdalene Blvd.
3br/den, 3ba, wood
floors, granite counter
top, fireplace, lanai
w/jacuzzi. $2100 mo.
813-610-8778 or
933-0677 ext 5163.
People's Choice Rity
Northdale 3br,2ba,2cg,
clean corner lot, screen
room, fenced yard fam-
ily neighborhd. Avail-
able now. $1185/mo
plus dep. 863-860-8300
PLANT City charming 3br,
2ba, 2ca, in quiet set-
ting. Fr prch, scrd pa-
tio kyd. Alarms sys
CHA. $850. 813-842-2216
OR 813-760-3554


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210 Unfurnished

RIVERSIDE HIEGHTS,
Charming 1920's 3/2
cottage, 400sf, all appli
hd wd firs F/P, Irg back
deck, $1050/no + sec
dep. 813-546-2333
RIVERVIEW, 1960sf,
4br/2ba/2cg, built in
2003 on pond, ceramic
tile, fenced yard, comm
pool $1290 per month.
Call 813-728-1022- Jim
Riverview, Lake St.
Charles Lovely 3br, 2ba
w/ den, 2cg. corner lot,
fncd bkyd, comm. pool,
tennis r, fitness tri.
$1275/mo. + 1st & Sec.
813-841-2610
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 arage 2460 sf,
woou trs, h igh cel, T,
$1050/mo. 813.264-5472

SEMINOLE HGTS HISTOR-
IC DISTRICT, 2br Iba,
CH&A, pets okl $750 mo.
+ $500 sec. dep. Lawn
Service included.
813-690-1688.
South Tampa 1600sf
Home in quiet area.
Close to MacDill, 2/1,
LR/office, DR, FR, shady
lanai, W/D hookup, extra
closel/storage, fncd yd.
$1,100/mo. 832-5133
SOUTH TAMPA 3BR IBA
new kitchen, wood
floors, washer/dryer.
No pets. $1,100/mo.
No Smoker
813-832-5113
SOUTH TAMPA Charming
3/1 in great location.
Wood firs, mod kitch,
privacy fncd yard, cha,
w/d,dw. Will paint to
suit. Oct rent free!
$1050/mo. 3707 W San
Pedro. (813)495-3580
SOUTH Tampa, Great
location, 2br, ba ce-
ramic in kit, fenced yd,
$900mo + 1st, last, Imo
sec &bkgrd SeidenRE
Group 813-416-8284

South Tampa/Port Tam
pa. renovated.
3br, 1.5ba. CHA, carport,
scrn porch, fenced yard.
$950mo. 813-299-0345
SOUTH TAMPA
Spacious 3br lba lcg.
Huge Fncd Yd, Sunken
LR w/FP, CHA, W.D In-
cluded 4522 Rogers Ave
$975/mo 813-805-0347
ST PETE BEACH
Maximo canal, 3br,2ba,
2cg, screened in pool,
10,.OOb boat lift. $1800.
Call 610-960-7439
TEMPLE TERRACE, on
golf course, 2br/2ba,
300sf, garage, Irg scrn
patio, $I1007mo + sec.
immediate Occupancy
813-988-5546
TEMPLE TERRACE 3BR
2BA, recently
remodeled. $1150 per
month.
863-205-1204
VALRICO-BUCKHORN
GOLF COURSE AREA
executive home, 4/2/2,
$1,300/mo, $1,300 dep',
avail. immediately. Call
813-661-1531 for appt.
WESLEY CHAPEL 3/2/2cg
BRAND NEW HOME on
Pond. Available Nov. 1st
$1195 1st/Security
Credit/App
813-787-4074
211 Lease-Option
21 To Buy

TAMPA EAST Near Fa,r
ground.a. 34i. lr',, cjl
I ltI $3.06'' ,:.. n
813 105.01 i39 .`7'3j-.S
12121 Condominiuml

APOLLO BEACH
WATERFRONT
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BAYSHORE TOWVERS-
Rt.nov. 2br 2b5 Win
tll,':''r. ia nita't, tb.,t
V'',? W D, wood llr..
c.'-,,red parking ...
$1225z mo.134A,50-511
SOUTH TAMPA Corner of
Criurch & Azeele. 2hr.
2ba, 1Ist floor. 1rlvate
vrd. 1o00 st.litsI r mo
avaiabl3be noi1' Call
813 348 6375
Tampa Bay J3Br 2Ba
Condo at Ihe Bellagio on
T3mpa Bay. 1455sf
Vdalter views. Balcony &
GaraqE. $1600 ,no.
jarne;2i 744 01;7
WESTCHASE Wnn.derful
Condo3 2'1 2.W D Pa
ic:, Pool Access Up-
grades Close (o sho.p-
Ding. 1,375 mu Call
A81I.55U951.opj aiDt
S212A I Townhouse
South Tampra. nev. mod-
ern townhome, i180O
per monih 3107 .Dleior,
ST W. unit ;. 'tr 56t3.
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CLASSIFIED
IS ACCESSIBLE


1212AI Townhouse I
Tampa Palms Luxury new
3BR 2V2 BA, 1CG, 1670sf,
gated comm., conserv.
lot, scrnd lanai, W/D,
comm. pool. $1 300/mo.
813-971.7715B 90-1083
WESLEY CHAPEL Mead-
ow Pointe brand new
3br2Vz/2 ba large spacious
lanai all Appli, $I250mo
Avail Now 813-907-6691
1213 Barons Court
WETSCHASE 2BR, 15BA,
brand new, W/D,
centrally located
Close to Oldsmar.
$1,000/mo.+ dep.
Call 727-243-4116
Mobile
215 1Homes

LAKELAND 55+ PARK-1 &
2 bedrooms starting at
$400 per month.
Quiet nice area.
Call 863-802-3682

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, 2ba,
CHA, sits on prvt lot, no
pets,suitable for 4 peo-
pIe, 3M No. of 1-4 $650/
mo. + $500 de + app
fee,986-3302;748-8641
PLANT CITY area, 2 br, 2
ba manufactured home
in gated 55+
community. Golf, swim,
tennis. Furn or unfurn.
813-949-9682.789-4435
SEFFNER 2BR/2BA Partly
furnished, water/gar-
bage incl $600. mo +
$600 Dep. 752-4869
THONOTOSASSA. Small
family park, 2 & 3
bedroom mobile homes
for rent. No dogs, no
washers. 813-986-3833
or 659-2274
VALRICO 1BR, 1BA in 55
and older park. Clean,
quiet. $375/mo. + $300
deposit. Includes water,
sewer garbage A/C.
Call 813-267-2672
1BrApts&1&2Bedrm
MHs. Nice quiet living.
Plant City 813-752-5234
220I TravelTrailer
220 Lots For Rent
Plant City-2&3BRMH's&
1BR apt RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
250-299
Employment
Services

1290 1 Jobs Wanted

DEBRIS REMOVAL
IF you need lawn ser-
vice/sm trees removed.
Call MIKE he will get the
job done. 719-3873
WILL HAUL Trash Junk,
Clean Sheds, Yd & Tires,
Anything. ILL DO IT.
737-3351 763-3745
300-390
Employment

3051 Professional |

NURSE

CONSULTANT
The qualified candidate
will be responsible for
promoting excellence in
nursing care by assist-
ing to identify risks and
propose solutions in
consultation with clini-
cal staff. The successful
candidate will be able to
evaluate practice stan-
dards and outcomes,
and conduct education-
al programs. Must have
Clinical Nurse Specialist
experience or ANP cer-
tification. Master's de-
Peree in Nursing pre-
ferred.
Hospice experience and
bilingual English/.Sp an-
ish speaking skills a
plus; premiums apply.
we oTfer .a competIitve
salary and comprehen-
sive benefits including
medical, dental, life re-
tirement plan and 28
days PTO. Call (800)464-
3994 or fax resumes to
(863) 682-8232. EOE.




REGIONAL MANAGER
Janitorial Service Co.
seeking motivated indiv
to manage regional
areas in Tampa & St.
Pete markets. Must be
able to speak and
understand English &
Spanish & must have all
nee. documentation to
work inthe US. Expis not
nec. Will Train. Hiring,
Training, Budget
Control, & Cust. Serv are
the primary resp.
Vehicle allowance along
w/ salary. Sal based on
Exp. Please email
resume to wparrish@
officesbm.com
Tired of the same "old"
thing? Sell your antiques
with an ad in class 402.


13201 Medical I

CNA'S
Loveable, Dependable,
caregivers, Autumn
Assistlivin 1307E.
Baker 813-752-1648
MDS COORDINATOR
RN w/min 2 yrs nursing
Some exp. Excellent
knowledge of Case-Mix
Federal Medicare PP5
process & Medicaid
reimbursement QI,
OBRA, and Care Plans
Salaried Position with
excel, benefit package
HEARTLAND OF
ZEPHYRHILLS
hrc-manorcare.com
813-788-0758 (Fax)
813-788-7114 (Phone)
EOEDFWP
PHYSICAL THERAPIST
PT/FT. Pediactric home
based in N. Lake Co. &
school based in Sumter
Co. Vehicle provided.
New grads welcome.
Fax resume
352-241-6361
Psychiatrit and MLT -
Jacksonville. MD Family
Practice PT Asst, RN's;
ICU, L&b Pensacola.
Competitive salary,
benefits. Send resume:
OHI@OHI-CORP.com
Fax: (859)873-7982.
S Child Care
335 Positions

DAY CARE P/T
help needed. Must be
flexible and have some
experience. 752-4561
S3401 Hospitality I

APPLEBEE'S
of Plant City, now hiring
Hosts&Servers.
Accepting Application
Mon-Fri,2-4PM,
1204 Towngates Court
DELI, Bakery, Cashier,
Grocery. PT, Flexible
hours, must beavailable
Holidays & weekends.
Apply: thefreshmar-
ketnet or at The Fresh
Market 13147 N Dale
Mabry Hwy
KITCHEN HELP F/T. &
Waitresses Apply in per-
son Chancy Catfish
Shack N. Park Rd
754-047 or 752-7224
SANDWICH Shop, ex
pref, Apply in person.M-
F 8AM-AM. Manatee

HIRING
Cafe119 So. Collins




SANDWICH SHOP in
Plant City Area needs
help. 813-737-3866
Mariner's Club
Bahia Reah Resort
New resort property is
seeking enthusiastic
People for the following
positions:
*Banquet Servers
Banquet Set-up/
Houseman
* Experienced Cooks
*Dishwashers
* Bussers
*Asst. F&B Manager
Apply in person at:
611 Destiny Drive
Ruskin, Fl. EOE/DFWP
www.marinersclub
bahiabeach.com

349 Positions

Plaintiff Paralegal F/T.
Min 2 yrs P.I. work. Full
bfts, comp salary. Eng/
Span pref. 813-254-7119
1 Clerical/
3"" Secretarial

Front Office/
Receptionist, Master
Collision Repair (Z'hills
loc.) M-F8a-5p.
For appt. 813-627-8687
OFFICE ASST. Mature
person, computer skills
multi-tasking a must.
Phone etiquette 'req'd.
Office located in Bran-
don/Plant City area. Fax
resume: 813-759-6566
LOOKING for a friendly
person with good cus-
omer relations. Must
have good phone skill
organization and must
be dependable. Apply
in person M-F, 9AM-
3PM. 607 S. Alexander
St, Plant City, Fl.
813-707-6869
I Customer
35 Service



THIS
CUSTOMER Service for
busy Brandon ofc. Posi-
tive multi task employee
w/computer/customer
service experience.
813-654-2777 press 3
SEASONAL Help-P/T
Front Office Greeter
with light office respon-
sibilities. M-F 10AM-
4:30PM. 813-752-0491
13601 Trades
A/C DUCT HELPER
No experience necessary
813-759-6606
Want Ads


I 360 | Trades I
Dry Wall Hangers & Fin-
ishers, Metal Framers
Grid Ceiling & General
Helpers. (813)966-1309
Electricians & helpers for
New residential const.
Brandon area. Call for
appt 813-651-4228
Eguip Op 0er/Pielaers.
Kxcavator, racknoe,
dozer, loader & labor-
ers. Immed Openings.
Exc. Pay/ben DFWPEOE
Larldn 813-621-0851
EXPERIENCED PROJECT
MANAGERS, Superin-
tendents, Foremen, Pi-
gelayers, Equipment
operators for water and
sewer work, Willing to
relocate/travel to
East/West Coast & Pan-
handle of FL, Employee
housing available.
(954)691-1720.*
Flyer Printing Co. Posi-
tions Available Tampa
Bay's largest direct mail
magazine and Gold
Standard Award winner
in 2003, The Flyer, has
openings for experi-
enced Press Operators
and a press mainte-
nance person. These are
12-hour day shifts.
*Web Press (Goss) Op-
erator *Didde 860 Press
Operator w/UV lights
*Goss Press Mainte-
nance The Operator po-
sitions require lifting at
least 50#, climbing a
ladder and kneeling
man times in a 12-hour
shift. We off you full
benefit package as eli as
a safe and climate con-
trolled workplace. Fax
your resume to
13-623-3983 or e-mail a
resume to Job @the-
flyernet Attn: Press
The Flyer, 201 Kelsey
Lane, Tampa, FL EOE-
Drug Free Workplace
HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATORS-immediate
hire, drug test exp only.
Call 813-719-1203
NHVY. EQUIP. OPERATOR
Immediate opening
4:30am-l:30pm, Mon
thru Fri, Sat: 6-noon. 2
Years minimum recent
exp req. $10-$13. DOE
Fax resume to
813-752-9701
IRONWORKERS,
& SHEET METAL
experience 813-404-0794
MECHANIC
Commercial Carrier Corp.
has openings available
for exp. mechanics.
Must have own tools.
Clean MVR&lyr.
tractortrailer
experience. CDL A
helpful but not required.
CallusToday!
1-888-562-9065
driveccc.com
MECHANIC
Maintenance Mechanic
with own tools, A & B
Service, brake jobs, tire
repairs, advancement
opportunity, matching
retirement plan paid
vacation and holidays,
813-752-4675, M-F, 8-5.
TJ. Stidham Trucking
DFWP
METAL FRAMERS &
HANGERS needed. Must
have exp. tools and
dependable trans.
Call John 727-243-2839
SIGN Company needs
production person ap-
plying vinyl & digital
graphics. Experience re-
quired. Apply in person
at 3133 W. Kennedy
Blvd.

JOIN

US
RIPA is Hiring
Heavy/Light Duty
Mech. for Road & Shop
+ attitude/long term
Construction Exp. a must
Grt Benes. dfwp 662-6777

JOIN

US
RIPA is Hiring
Final Grade Foreman
Trk Hoe & Loader Opr.
w/pipe crew exp.
Transport Driver w/CDL
Top Pay/Grt Benes
DFWP 813/662-6777
1370 Sales

AVON!
Sandra 813-361-5689
Jennifer 813-989-3390
Inside Sales Come join
our ad sales team! Top
reps make $80K top/yr.
We provide all leads and
pay for training. Call for
details 800-640-6886.
LOG HOME DEALERS
WANTED Great Earning
Potential, Excellent
Profits, Protected Terri-
tory, Lifetime Warranty.
American Made Hon-
est Value. Call Daniel
Boone Log Homes
(888)443-4140.
SALESPEOPLE Exp'd. out-
side sales-related to the
golf industry. Exc. work-
ing atmosphere & lucra-
tive compns. pkg. For in-
terview: (941)685-9799
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Call.Dorothy (813) 752-0712 or Deadline: Wednesday
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fashioned stuffed couch
w/4 pillows, loveseat,
ottoman. Wood carved
feet Great for study or
library $1000. 2
Wingback chairs,
Hunters Grn fabric,
rustic scenery $200 ea
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after 6pmr
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TO THE PUBLIC
full boxspring/matt. $159
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4 Drawer Chest, Head-
board-_ $289.
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_o $495.

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also avail. Please call
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CARPET & PADDING 4
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281-0777
PARTS TODAY
11900 N. Nebraska
972-4242
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813-334-7876
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$450. Guar. Delivery
avail. 813-382-8615
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813-689-0522
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rum Series, mcl. hard-
ware & Ziljian ZBT Cim-
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813-949-5649
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813-334-6242
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MARTIN 1974 D-18, hard
case & pickup. $1000
obo.813-962-0367
ORGAN, Yamaha E70,
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obo 813-963-1528
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excellent condition
$900. Call Domin
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813-571-0550
PIANO SALE NN
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ust sell $5800 obo
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Cellos $319. Cases &
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Guitars $150. Trumpets
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Del avail 727-945-9427
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various industrial
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FREE Get 4 Months of
225 channels FREE 4
room system installed
BEST OFFER EVER Pro-
gramming starts at only
39.99 month (888)
54-6059.
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channels Free 4 room
system installed Best
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$3999 month 1-888-579-
9831
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225 channels FREE 4
room system installed
BEST OFFER EVER Pro-
gramming starts at only
$39.99 month (888)
554-6059.
LP's (300)
Eclectic mix, good cond.
Will price to sell.
813-634-5929
MACINTOSH system: MC
2105 power amp, C26
Pre-amp, MR 74 tuner
XR 16 speakers. First
$2,700.813-254-5521
PHILIPS 60in HD TV, new,
moving, must sacrifice
$1, 500 obo.
813-831-7375 / 318-2975
leave msg.
Satellite Radio
New XM technology de-
livers 120 Digital chan-
nels, 100% Nationwide
coverage, 68 commer-
cial free music+ home
and car options $9.99
first year. www.exce-
lir.com/debtfreeatlast
1-866-217-9389
STEREO Klipschorn
Speakers NAD 2600
AMP, Mclntosh C31V
Preamp. Senior owned.
$3,900/all.727-533-9270
TV, 52" RCA Big screen,
2yrs old, w/ remote,
works great. Like new
$800 obo 813-787-4794

Sell your camera in asnap
with an ad in class 426!


42I Radio, TV, &
424 Stereo

TV'S VCR'S STEREO'S
CD &DVD Players
**$29.99 **
Sam's Pawn 813-932-7999
1505 W. Busch Blvd.
TV Sony 36 inch, KV-
36XBR800. With match-
ins stand. Paid $2500.
Selling for $1300.
813-767-3460/818-7479
14261 Photography
Canon 10D (digital), RT
( film), "L" lenses frm
20mm-300mm more.
Must sel!
813-975-0000
1427 I Electronics
DJ EQUIPMENT- All high
end. Speakers amps,
club lighting, araoke.
Will demo. Will separate
$5000 obo. 813-846-1098
Medical
428 Equip.

Aerobiciser
POWER WHEELCHAIRS
Hospital Beds
You May Qualify at
NO COST TO YOU!
813-269-8049
MEDICARE/MCAID/INS
BEDS/ADJUSTABLE by
Simmons & Flexabed at
$$ BIG DISCOUNTS $$
Scooters, lift chairs
& a large SHOWROOM
of home medical equip.
Active Medical 335-2159
CROWN & BRIDGE LAB
EQUIPMENT Including
CrIstobal complete sys-
tem, Jelinko Porc. oven,
etc... $8,700 Firm, (813)
857-3075
LIFTCHAIR
Blue, only 1 year old,
$700 OB. 813-764-8127
MERITS POWER CHAIR
Candy Apple Red, right
hand control, never
been used. Plant City.
$3,000.813-759-1824
POWER CHAIR-JET 3, pur-
chased from the
Scooter Store, paid
$5000. ASKING $1500 OBO
Call 813-994-6568
POWER CHAIRS- Jet3
Power chair with de-
tachable leg support,
$ 1200. Jet l Power Chair,
800 obo. 3 Walkers, 2
Potty Chairs 813-764-8127
1 Office Equip.
430 & Furniture

Bookcases, Chairs,
Desks, Files, Conf Ta-
bles Copiers. New,
Used Scratch & Dent
635.9255 / 5414 N 56th
Chairs! Chairs! Chairs!
Over 500 used chairs in
stock. Multi functional
mid bck chair $59- much
more! EOF813-87-9317
Office cubicals. $200/obo
each. Email:
opportunity204@iyahoo.
corn
or call 813-323-2935
WORKSTATIONS (50),
Hayworth, 8x8, 1 flipper,
1 shelf, corner work sur-
face, grey in color, $550.
Delivery & set up avail-
ablt WE Buy W crl'ta.
lount..;'2) 647 2170
1IiI1 Computers &
431 I Equipment

$99 Internet Ready
Computer. Laptops
starting at $149. 21"
monitors starting at $99
New systems starting at
$299.2316 W.Linebaugh
PC Services 931.4976
A NEW COMPUTER
BUT NO CASH?
You're APPROVED-
Guaranteed! NO
CREDIT CHECK- Bad
Credit- Bankruptcy OK.
1-800-420-0326
10A-9P EST Mon-Fri
*Checking Account
R e q u ir e d.
WWW.PCSFORALL
.COM
ATX Cases $20.00
56K Modems $18.00
14-21" Monitors $20&UP
HPPrinters $30.00
Mice $4.00
TVs $30.00
Hard Drives $10.00
SDRAM 12.50
Motherboards 15.00
PIlComputers 65.00
Pill Computers $00.00
Laptops $125.00
100's of Parts & Systems
**8-4:30 M-F**
** 813-886-1494**
COMPUTER REPAIR $45
Flat Labor Fee + Parts.
14918 North Florida Ave.
1 Block South of Bearss.
MF 10-7 (813) 264-0408
GREAT deal on a fabulous
computer! For $275 you
will get a Gateway E-
3400 PC, P3 1gig Proces-
sor, 196 RAM, 20gig
HardDrive CD Burner &
17" Flat CRT Monitor.
Call Lan-Sharks.com
Computer Services to
place your order today





IBM Thinkpad lap top
computer, Ex Cond paid
$1300. will saci for $795.
OBO. 813-716-7088
You'll find .value buys ad-
vertised in classified


S Computers &
431 Equipment

top Below WholeIale
ew/Used! Dell, IBM!
Beat all prices. Wireless
Internet, leather case
avail. Starting@ $299.
.100% FINANCING
CALL 813-468-5278
www.buzztech.net
LAPTOPS
1stoplaptop.com
Has everything from
Compaq, Dell, HP,
IBM &Toshiba.
ALL incredibly low prices.
Dell P3 750's only $450.
IBM's from $300. Laptop
parts & accessories too!
Laptop 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
LOW COST SERVICES
Network Cards $11
Power Supply $291
Modems $15. LCS 1505 W.
Busch Blvd 813.714.3515
PENTIUM 3 & 4 SYSTEMS
Laptops. Low Price
Call for Current Specials.
Chris 813-884-4433
ext242
PREOWNED Laptops for
sale at Wholesale Pric-
es. Many units avail.
From $450-$900 + S/H
(561) 601-4009
BRAND NEW PENTIUM 4
SYSTEM 2GZ, BLAZING
FAST DbR GRAPHICS.
WINDOWS XP PRO. 1 YR
WARR REPAIRS & UP-
GRADES. 813-731-8750
LOW COST SERVICES
Network Cards $11
PowerSupply $29,
Modems $15. LCS 1505 W.
Busch Blvd 813.714.3515
oI Commercial
4321 Equipment

Carpet Cleaning Machine
CFR Altra 400SP, low
hrs. exc. cond. incl. all
attachments $2500
813-949-3924

IRONWORKER
50 ton, Piranha, punches
& braking attachments.
$8,000.352-521-0346
PLASTIC INJECTION
MOLDING Machines (3)
Molds, equip., invento-
ry. Must sell, best offer.
(813)334-7705/641-0222
PRINTING EQUIPMENT 2
presses, shrink wrap
sml bindery equip. Ideal
for small starter shop.
$8500 813-486-6772
Vending Machines 8 soda
& 11 snack stackable's
mechanically operated.
Very good condition.
Many extras. $4500obo.
813-996-6954
I Restaurant;
434 Hotel Equip

HOBART Mixers, Glass
Door Coolers, Grills,
Stoves, Pizza 6vens, &
walk-in coolers. Call
727-581-9293
Restaurant & Concession
Equipment. Hot dog ma-
chines, ice cream freez-
Sr. grill. v.r,,thinm I

Store
435 Fixtures-
Equipment

DISPLAY CASES,
USED CLOTHES RACKS
SHELVES COUNTERS.
WHSE FULL 813-886-8400
HAWORTH 6x8 WORK-
STATIONS, gray corners
$695 installed.
Call Chuck 966-1072
5203 S. Lois Ave. Tpa
HUGE FIXTURE
LIQUIDATION
7 Days Only!
Store Shelving Coolers
& Freezers. afes,
Warehouse Shelving,
Showcases, Counters,
Displays, & much more.
ECKERD DRUGS
Call For New Locations
800-891-3013
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
44 I B1uie' I

All Metals Roofing,
Standing Seam, roof
gkg, Galvalume-Plus,
nap-Lock Panels. Easy
to install Visa/MC
accepted. 813-224-9060
All Real Wood Flooring
Pine #2 grade 1x4 29t
Lin ft.; 1x6 68t lin ft, 1x4
Cypress T&G 38y ft;
Select grade 58t ft; 1x6
T&G Cedar or Cypress
951 ft; 2x8 Pine log
siding 95 t ft 2x8 #1
treated log siding $1.85
ft. All products milled on
site. Ask about
CLEARANCE & DEFECT
Bundles BIG DISCOUNTS
4914 W Linebaugh Av Tpa
MF 8-5 813-269-0441 www
.lumberspecialties.com
Turn to Classified to:
BUY IT.
SELL IT.
FIND IT.


44 Builder's
440 Supplies
% American Oak Floor-
ing Wholesale from the
Original Guy who start-
ed in this section. I buy
flooring from all over
the world no Middle-
man. I have more prod-
ucts in stock than any-
one that will sell to the
Public. Containers of
Wood, Laminate, Ce-
ramic starting at .99 sf.
Come where the build-
ers &savy buy ers buy
flooring 19813918-273;'
www.yeagerflooring.com
Call us and we'll come
right over to measure
and make plans to fill
your needs. Yeager's -
Nobody beats our quali-
ty or service let alone
our price.
CABINETS
Brand Names
KRAFTMAID, QUALITY
WholesalePrices
Do It Yourself
Or We Design & Install
813-716-1966
CABINETS Kraftmaid,
shipped direct to your
home, wholesale prices,
Lifetime warranty.
813-657-7778
DYE YOUR CARPET OR
FABRIC UPHOLSTERY
www.dye
carpetorupholstery.com

FLOORING
Prefinished oak still in
boxes, 2308sf. @ $2.25/sf.
Will split, 813-225-1298
GATES, New, Ornamental
Choose your design,
Approx 14'$775;
2 813-817-9871
LIMESTONE- 140 s.f.
left over, brand new,
each piece 24"x24"x0"
below wholesale $750
813-963-1161
LUMBER LIQUIDATORS

otics, Oak bamboo, re-
finished & unfinished.
Bellawood w/50 year
prefinish, plus A lot
more! We Deliver any-
where, 5 Florida loca-
tions, 1-800-FLOORING
(356-6746)
METAL Roofing & Siding
26ga-36" coverage as
low as $1.40/ft. ciofflori-
da.com Corrugated In-
dustries 800-545-4580
METAL ROOFING SAVE
$$$ Buy Direct From
Manufacturer. 20 colors
in stock with all Acces-
sories. Quick turn
around! Delivery Avail-
able Toll Free (888)393-
0335. -
* MEXICANTILE*
ALL SIZES
FINISHED and RAW
* 813-884-6127 *
WE SELL FILL DIRT& CON.
TRACTORS SAND. F.:.r
pick up or delivery call
1-866-798-1212
Wood, Pro-Finished Oak.
$4.29 inst. Laminate $2.99
inst. w/underlay. Ce-
ramic .89$/sf. Carpet
rems 29t/sf. 874-8080
1 Patio & Deck
441 Supplies

BRICK PAVERS
50 centsea, Many colors
Do It Yourself Info
Paver Sealant Available
(813)968-6150 Sun Pavers
www.sunpavers.com

44 I Carport
METAL ROOFING: ALL
TYPES. Discount Pric-
ing! Buy Direct from
Manufacturer. Special-
izing in Commercial &
Residential Twenty (20)
colors with all accesso-
ries in stock. Quick turn-
around Save$$$ Call Toll
Free. 1-888-393- 0335.
STEEL BUILDINGS EZ
BUILD YOUR OWN AISC
Certification Office!
Warehouse, Shop/Ga-
rage, Arena/Barn,
Hangers. A plant near
youFSpec to spec will
Death any price or $205.
(800)933-4660, www.u-
niversalsteel.com
3-STEEL BUILDINGS
24x28 was $8,900, sell
$3,900.
28x46 was $13,980, sell
$5,980.
48x100 was $29,800, sell
$14936.
Cal Now! Joe 1(800)392-
7817.
BUILDING SALE! "Rock
Bottom Prices!" Quick
delivery. Beat next price
increase. Go direct/
save. 20'x26', 25'x30',
30'x40' 35'x60' 40'x80',
45'x90', 50'x10O',
60'x180' Others. Pio-
neer, 1-800-668-5422.
ALL STEEL BUILDINGS,
FALL CLEARANCE! Vari-
ous sizes and Models,
Nationwide Manufac-
turing and Distribution.
Call ASAP for Limited
Availability Discounts! I-
866-655-3955
3-Steel Buildings 28x30
was $9,900 Sell $5,190
38x44 $15,900, Sell
37 960 48x106 was
28,650. Sell $16,770 1st
Come 1st Serve! Tom
(800) 392-4806


Sheds &
I f Ish'f
44 Carport
STEEL BUILDINGS FAC-
TORY DIRECT!
Liquidation Sale. 25x30,
$3,700; 30x40 $4,850;
45x80 $10,900i 50x150
$19,900. Call Kyle:
1-877-728-4807
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
installed; 18x21 Build-
ings from $2,375;
CalIfor More sizes
813-299-3798 681-5468
14451 Tools I
Dremel 16" scroll saw;
$90. 10" tablesaw $70;
radial armsaw $2506-3h
tablesaw, $300.
813-961-3432

DRILL Press Model 15
$350 & LATHE Model
46-150 $500, Both Rock-
well, many access for
each. 813-681-6246
GENERATOR-HONDA
EU3000 ISA, brand new,
,used 6 hours, $2,000
cash. Please call:
813-754-2331
1449 Machinery &
449 Heavy Equip.

Auto. Lift, 2 Posts $1600
Ammco Brake Lays
$2400
FMC Brake Lays $1700
727-458-0639
CLARK LIFT ECS 30 Elec-
tric 1994 60001b 3 stage
with 3 phase charger.
$3500
813-787-7591
FORD 1991 E350 Bucket
Van 32' lift runs great
looks good, mustsee!
$4600. Money maker
813-986-6690
FORKLIFT BLOWOUT
SALE Our new models
are arriving. Must move
100 UNITS out of our
rental fleet to make
room. Must make room
in the fleet! Call Ringlift
for a SUPER DEAL!
813-620-1337
Forklift-Tampa Forklift
since 1974. Parts, Svc
Rentals, New:Used
SSales &Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
FORKLIFTS-Ringlift has
"As Is" to fully record.
Stop and see why we
give the best value in re-
cond. forklifts in the
state. Huge inventory.
1401 US Hwy. 301 N.Tpa.
Larry, 813-620-1337.
GENERATOR, Generac
new 5000w, 10 hsp, 5 gal
tank, 120/240v.
$1000. 813-300-5499.

MIG WELDER, like n-w
Hobart, 175 amp. 220v
w/cart & gages fhr gas
bottles, $425.
813-645-2882
|.n Sporting 1
450 1Goods 1

ALBERTA CANADA
Whitetail hunt gun
10 days, trophy deer
Lodging & accomm. incl.
$4,200 813-992-0598
BOWFLEX, Powerpro,
used, very clean. $550
obo. Call Eddie
813-249-9577
cell: 850-321-3098
COLT GOLD CUP, Series
80, Nat'l match 45cal.
Like new, brightfinished
with originalbox, $950.
727-687-9001
GLOCK Model 27 N17, 40
cal, $500 each.
813-505-6076

GUNS WANTED
Buy & sell
Browning 3006 semi-auto
Rem 700-270 scope $650
Colt Python 357 nic. 6 in
813-992-0598 or
727-822-5325 Ken
HUNT CLUB Green Top
2015 acres, southern
zone. Membership $650
DublinGA
S 404-433-7342
HUNTER's WANTED for
MONSTER DEER in West-
ern KY on priv. Farms.
Meals & lodge ig incl.
Jim Baker (606)226-2260
NEW GUN SALES
9mm $120
45 $159.99 38Spl$199
Home Def Shotgun $200
Sam's813-931-898 Tmpa
Crown 788-2520 Z'hils
POKER TABLE, Solid Oak,
4 Chairs, Dining/
Poker/Storage Space,
$1800 obo.
Robertson Billiards
813-229-2778
Pool table #1 Own The
Best! 8'proffessional
solid wood. No MDF. 2"
thick plus 3 pc slate.Lthr
pkts, K-66 rails. 4-sticks,
free stick rack and
marble balls. Never
used cost $6000. Sell
$1500.813-273-8177.
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 $1150.
Can deliver.
813-293-7621
POOL TABLE beautiful
maple Robertsons, like
new, warranty $1300
will deliver. 229-2779,
813-230-6290.


450 sporting I
Goods
POOL TABLE, New ln Box
Slate, Choice Cloth Color
Sel Trade UsedTables.
Robertson Billiards
813-229-2778

RIFLE Browning
A-Bolt 3006
Unfired. $600
813-877-7531 leave msg.
RUGER SUPER RED
HAWK, .44 Map, $449.
Sig 226, .40, NS $479.
Glock 37 $569. Sig 229
$449.813-685-2612
S&W44SP (2)$425 ea.CZ
Lux 22LR $240. Baretta
Neos 225 SKS (2) $175
ea.22SLLR blonde stock,
$95. 22 Marlin HBBL
$210. 303 Brit, $90. OU
410 22 Hornet, $250. 4-
pc travel rod w/ case, 1
spin fly, $125 ea. 1 Salt
Fly Rod, 8-9 $100 (St.
Croix). 813-633-6002
Shotgun, Parker Brothers
80% ori cond. Made
1901. Will accept rea-
sonable offers. Serious
inquires! 352-518-0016
SIG Sauer 9mm P229
stainless, two-tone,
high capacity mar new,
never hired. $750. P239
Black 9mm, high capaci
ty mag $550 813-249-7480
US M-1 Carbine, scope w/
many extras, pert cond
$650, SKS dressed out,
scope, graphite stock
bipod laser many more
extras $556, Argentine
mauser carbine, 7.65 X-
54 caliber, scope, sling,
400 rds ammo. $375
813-679-5311
CONCEALED WEAPONS
CLASSES
Class GClass G Requal.
Home Protection
813-643-1370.245-2719
GUN SALE!
New and Used. 380 $99,
9mm $110, 45 cal. $149,
AK47 $345.
813-754-1794
N451 Exercise
i Equipment
BOWFLEX POWER PRO
lat, squat & leg attach-
ments, good condition
$1 100 OBO, (813)
641-0783
HOME Gym, excellent
cond. 7 stations, $350
813-886-1121 or
813-996-1338
Weider Cross Bow
Advantage, less than 1
y r old, never used. $450.
813-903-0448, leave
message
I Health
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No Pres,:rtpi'.'n Need.
ed' FREE Snipping
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scription Strength
(Phentrazine 37.5mg 60
tabs $89.95) No Pre-
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Shipping 1-888-527-0870
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Metabolism
Breakthrough
Lose 30bs in 30days
2-8 Ibs every week.
Works Like Magic
888-248-0589. www.
healthydiet4you.com
HERBAL LIFE PRODUCTS
to buy or sell. Free ship-
pin & samples. Visit
betterhealth4us.com
Call 888-225-4097

460 Mowers

DIXIE CHOPPERS!!
42" & 50" $3500 -$3995
Excellent condition
813-661-9662; 299-5496
Mobile Repair Service
Toro-Scag-Exmark
Bunton-Dixie Chopper
Hydro's-Parts-Engines
Cranks & Cams 236-3363

Riding Mower
Murray, l1yr old
Cost $950, Sell $500
863-382-7573
SNAPPER Riding Mower
14.5hp 38" cut hydro,
recycling mulcher kit.
$1600
813-689-0522
14651 Lawn&Grdn I
FREE HORSE MANURE!
Great For Gardens!
YOU HAUL!!
Local delivery available.
813-661-1096
WATERGARDENS Custom
built Koi fish and Gold
fish ponds. Watergar-
dens are a Great Addi-
tion to any Home and
Garden call for a FREE
estimate. (813) 362-8601
WE SELL FILL DIRT& CON-
TRACTORS SAND. For
pick up ordelivery call
1-866-798-1212
1 nNurseries/
469 Trees

FRUIT TREE SALE
3 for $39 up to $85 ea
90 Varieties: Lemon-Lime
Orange-Tangerine-Fig
Pummelo-Guava-Star
Fl. Peach-Plum-Nect.
813-752-4938 #47216934


OCTOBER 28,2004 THE COURIER 29

459 Nurseries/ | 1480 Dogs
STrees English Bull dog Pups, 3
male, fwn/brdl, white
PLANTS w/markingsAKC, health
LANT cert, ready 10/17. $1800.
EQUIPMENT & OFFICE 813-659-4311/743-8709
FURNITURE FOR SALE English B ull Dog Puppies,
WHOLESALE NURSERY, ElshullDo gPu ired,
CLOSING OPENTO PUB- AC, campon sired,
LIC 4703 N. WILDER RD champion loodlines,
PLANT CITY MON-SAl incredible pedigree,
8AM-2PM 813-754-3208 M/F. Show potential.
OR 813-752-44320 8 Taking deposits. www.
DPI REG #04089000 barkersbulldogs.com
CONTAINER OAKS, 45 gal. 352-797-6344
4"-16'$75,25 gal 3"-12' ENGLISH BULLDOG AKC
$50; LIGUSTRUM 45 gal ENGLISH dULLDO AKC
8' $125 813-748-864 / 4 yrs old, brindle, all
986-3302 Reg #47220672 papers, spade
relocating must sell
480 I Dogs $800 813-230-4413
ENGLISH MASTIFF PUPS,
Afghan To Yorkies Beautiful! AKC, hith
All Puppies Inc certs, fawn & apricot,
All pies Inc Ready Now! parents on
4323 WKennedy Blvd. premises (352) 598-3449
* Mini Schnauzer
*ChihuahuaShihTzu. ENGLISH MASTIFF Pups,
15% off suppl. w/coupon AKC & Heath Cert 2 M
1 F Left $1,250 Ready 11/7
T 813-288-4929 V Taking Deposits,
i- Lic#P0356763 1 813-782-4465 Lv Msg
AKITAPUPS AKC, p.o. 3 GERMAN SHEPHERD
F, solid wht, B+ k PUPS, AKC 2F/1M
w/wht, health certs. healthcerts blk&tanor
500 & up. Adult male solid bIk. $350.
$150. Call 813-767-6751 813-629-5502
American Eskimo Pups, GERMAN SHEPHERD,
mini, purple ribbon, AKC, Big Boned Pups/
pure read $450/ea Adults, Rich Colors &
w/UKC cert, shots& Blacks, family oriented.
papers 813-677-9916 $650 & up (941)809-6242
ARGENTINE DOGO, German Shepherd Pups,
10 mo, Ig boned working show quality,
breeding stock tem. AKC, hith certs, parents
Greatfamil do German Imports, hips
$750.813-300-5499. cert. $900 352-207-5417
AUSTRALIAN CATTLE GERMAN SHORT HAIR
dog, AKC, Microchip, F, POINTER 1 male 4 mo.,
11 mos old champion, shots, vet v AKC reg.
free to good home w/ a Call Joe 813-350-0035
yd. 813-630-0180 aft

BASSET HOUND Puppies,k Want Ads
(9) 1 M, 8 F, AKC, B wks
old, parents on prem. German Short Haired
$400. firm 813-496-0487 Pointer Puppies, NFC
champion lines, 4 fe-
BEAGLEpupsAK ha males left, $400.
bloodlines, 1 M $3 813-956-3570.
$350. Tr-color, ready GOLDEN RET PUPS, 8-M,
10/12.1st shots, wormed, father is Eng cream im-
healthy. 813-961-3590 port sired by Aust gr ch
exc lines, guar $1200 Iltd
For Results reg. 352-64-1568 Ocala
Classified Ads Golden Retriever Pups,
BEAGLES 7 trained to AKCereg.,health cert, 1st
trail deer 10 tracking shots, several color
collars k receiver phases, family raised,
$1,500.813-920-5649 ready 10/29/04. $500.
$1,500.813-920-5649 727-736-9346.
BICHON FRISE, Beautiful GREAT DANE Pups, pvt
pups, ready now, breeder PP, AKC, Hth
parents on premises, vet gitope
hlth cert $500 ea. certs, great personali-
27-39t2 .7090641 ties. Starting $650
727-391-2963 709-0641 813-267-5858
BORDER COLLIE PUPPIES, Havanese/Bichon family
AKC, 2 Left, Dad is cham- raised, POP, health war-
on, shots & wormed. ranty, vet microchip,
iful stocky, rough the absolute cutest!
coats.35-628-0048 $500-800 727-725-7775
Boston Terriers Puppies Jack Russell Terrier
8 weeks old reg. apers, 7 mo F, hsbrkn,
shots, health cert. w/kennel.toys, etc.
4F, $450 ea. 2M, $400 ea. wreatw/kids
Call 352-793-9532 450.813-300-5499,
BOXER PUPPIES JAPANESE CHIN PUPS,
AKC fawn brindle white.Rare, AKC 1st shots vei
HAKCawnt M/ $40 chk 500. Arcadia
eah .813-264-25i, 863-884-2123 or
each. 813-264-253! 941-628-2646
BOXER puppies AKC, LAB Black 2 yr old female,
Flashy awn & rindle, wonderful w/kids,
Rare White, ready 10/24 n ae i t
$350-$500.863-859-214g needs a new family to
$leav me3 4e 9 love. Moving must Sell.
leave message $100. Call 813-677-5904
CAIRN TERRIER PUPS- LAB PUPPIES,justintime
AKC males/femaes, for Christmas. AKC reg-
$500 -$600 Cairn/W es istered, $600 black, 700
Stie s, males, chocolate. Now taking
$350. (386) 208-1323 deposits. Veterinarian
CHIHUAHUA Puppies, owns male & female.
New Litter........ AKC Reg 863-325-9291.
parents on premises Want Ads
Males $400. Females $425 ant Ads
Taking Dep 813-546-0513 LAB PUPS, AKC,
Chihuahuas, AKC, 2 F, 1 M, (1) Black Male
faun/wht, chkocdhtn Blkhd vet 1st shots
Shot0 s/vet check, 813-b94-0281 469-0284
813-689-6546. LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
wormed, vet cert. Block
SpotAdvertisingWorks head, champ. bkgrd.
CHIHUAHUAS All sizes Pedigrees. Parents/
Avail. Teacups & Toys. grandparents on site.
10 wks old, shots, hlth $500-600352-307-0772
certs. Reg. Many colors. LAB PUPS wh/ylw, block
$450-750.727-488-3669 heads, fam. raised,
CHOW-CHOW 3 yr old AKC/OFA, health certs&
black, neutered In door shots ready 10/28. $400
dog Good with children. 813-671-4902/245-4312
$75.813-763-3350 LABRADOR AKC choco-
CHOW CHOW PUPS, AKC. late puppies. Must see,
M/F, 1st shots, POP, block heads & otter
$250 & up. 813-632-0666. tails. Championship
blood lines, sire & dam.
Family raised with great
temperments. Sire 112
Cocker Spanlels-ACA, bs dearm 87 lbs. Ready
'rare', choc, 9 wks, M, 10/26 with health certif-
show quality, POP, hlth icates. Males $600 Fe-
certs tails docked male$700.813-267-0252
$400-$500 81a-932-0187
LABRADOR Puppies 8wks
COLLIE PUPS, purebred old light yellow, almost
available now. 4 boys, 4 white, 4 females left.
girls. Sable & w ite. AKC reg., health certs.
KC. 813-662-3181, $500 each. 941-232-3100
215-7902.
LABRADOR RETRIEVER
DACHSHUND Adorable, PUPS Yellow AKC re, 3
AKC vet checked male/ F's, M's 1st shol
female, $350-$556. Call POP. Read 10/31. $400
727-868-2429 or 813-741-1340
727-868-4241
Pomeranian AKC
Dachshund mini CKCreg, Puppies. Taking
hith cert, long hair, par- deposit. Females,
ents on premesis, Champ bloodline. $595.
2ML/1FM. $450.00. for info 813-662-5444
813-610-7610
chshu Mini PUG PUPPIES 10 wks old,
Dachshund Mini Dap- fawn colored males,
pIes. male choc/tan, 1 health certs & shots,
female black/tan. $650. 863-559-5181- af-
813-546-7586. ter 5pm: 863-294-5460
Doberman Pinsc~herPpsPUG PUPPIES-ACA, 1F,
1Doberman Pinscher PupsIM, 10 weeks old, par-
AKC, Europeanbreeding entsonpremises.health
Visa/MC accptd certificates, $600 each.
352-243-9122 813-782-7312*
DOBERMANS AKC, black ..unnie A Cai
& tan, males & females, rUieS 4 ., 1i
$450 No checks. ParkAve. Puppy
863-859-2224. 813-662-2592
Lic# P04062440






30 THE-COURIER OCTOBER 28, 2004
14801 Dogs I 1481 |cats Garage, Yard Garage, Ya 525 Horses & Motor Homes 580 Swimmin 1 5841 Boats 5901Boats
Sales, k I IB.,gwanted
Rat Terrier Sales, Etc. Sales, Etc. Livestock RV's Pools & Spas 22FT. 1998 Centur Bay
aorale! Reay 1130. Seal Blue Flame. CORK 3805 N Cork Rd, Sat BAY & White colt, 19mos. 40' 2000 ALPHA GOLD 5th SPA/HOTTUB dual axle trailer, Tto15 p, Fishing & Pontoon boats
3 males 2 females black Health certs. Parents on Oct 30. 8 AM til ?. Large $600. Belgian Cross colt wheel, 3 slide outs tri- 6 person, 6.5HP 44 ets, a le ir't Fishing & Pontoon boats
brown & white, health site. $300 each. GarageSaleLotsofMisc mos$800.Warm Blood pie axle, refrig, frzr, underwaterlightabove cap er Tish e Customerswaiting to
certs. $350352-37-5044 813-833-5919 Items Paint 4yrs old, $1,000. W/D, stove, n bed. Lthr water neck jets, all + more! $14,900 buy. AdvantageMarine
RAT TERRIER PUPS, UKCI Belgian Mare 4yrs old furn.$40K6-882-2786 digital, cedar cab. never 813-382-6111/866366 DadeCity 352-523-9646
Family raised. See I KittenS&&CatSv 'E 17 hands $17 00. erused, full warr. $2495 23 FT SEACRAFT SEPTRE0
pictures: www.mccartys Freetogood home. Spay- MONEY! Call 813-907834 370h AmericanL Cummins 001,Die 727-85-515 01-225 hp excellentcon- 00-49
ratterriers.com ed, neutered some vac- On Youritems of Value '.4 Tennesse Walker Gaited sel, slides exc cond! SPA/HOT TUB, 7 person, don, anor inra Transportation
$350 352-591-2271 cines (813) 93-6612 Beveriy will E-Bay for you type,4yr.old Gelding, All-options. below book 20 jets, lights, custom new paint rolls trailer
RESCUED DOGS/P S Persian Kittens, $- p1848. RedmantPkwy .. dark bay w/white star, $179,900.402-650-8937 cab., never used, warr. man ex ras $15,
r ptinsterilized 50 Very cute t Pltnt ty8 o 3-A PLANT CITY 4606 Slep 4 153 hds rketri e UIS New $5,595. Sacrifice 813) 206621 61 automotive
forlado5 Lane, Fi &c uf 619 E6Automotive
vaccinated, dewormed, snotset ualit, nopa- eHollow Lane, Fri & Sa etsoun. $100.7s6month7But 10EnA1hey6 24' 2000 Robola twinS619
www.lostangelsanimal pers. Call833-61-3683. litte bit of ever thing free board.610- built them right. Gillig SPA. HOT TUB. SPA Mercury 250, full
rescue.org 813-514-0595 R fllt' btaof a ess ryie Air ride chassis, 300hp Never used seats 5, electronics, trailer000 Bay Area Motor Works
and accessoryes Free Horse if boarded Caterpiller 4spd AliI- warranty, redwoodcab- cover. $35m000 Bay Arebuilda Motor Works,
ROTT PUPS, AC,sireson482 Birds PLANT CITY 707 SON with us! Full board son 150aluel.Options inet, 24 lets. Sacrifice 813-634-8009 Engine rebuild &install,
of '01 world champ.P$250/mo.IHorses7renteUp to 3yr warrarny
Bronko d BLUE FRONT AKEENERDOCT 29 & 30. $250/mo. Horses rented listed with RV rader $1595.941-544-0281 24' BAYLINER EXPRESS, Auto/ Boat/ RV
Brono Od Dracevica BLUE FRONT AMAZON 8AM til ?. HUGE multi $15/hr, $25/day Call online. Bargaining SPA HOT TUB. SPA. 2000,includeshardtop, 727-934-1731
POP, shots, hih guar. BABY $400. Pairs: Scar- MURRAY FARMS family toys kids stuff now 813-649-1126 www. starts at 85k. SUVtrae ver used seats 5 seatolet, ran e5
huge heads I bone, lets $500;YellowNaes Thur,Fri& SatOct28,29 & bles, Lotsof Mis suncitystables.com for down a ment con- w ant deluxe cabirefrigeraor, depth Auto
$500-$2500 $950; Blue Fronts $850. 30. Everything must .collectibles, Lots of Miscalm sidered. (727) 639-9849 24ownps.meninfeveuser, m a io 620 EnAugtines
4 5007-4155$usi .warranty, deluxe cabi: refrigerator,GP, depth
407-415-5833415-5837 Singe male Congo $550. CASH ONLY, NCHECS PLANT CITY, Fri & Sat, SOONER 2004 Alum. cus- ves639tes RV N net, 24 jets. S3acrifice finder, marine raio.B 620 ngines,is
ROTTWEILER PUPS AKC corkybird@aol.com 3802 N. Youn% Rd. plus om bit GN 24' livestock 888-Bates RV Nearly 600 $1495.n813-453-7921 Asi$490 O Parts & Misc.
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position, health Cockatoo, Goffin, loving youradinautosforsale, $16.5K 813-855-2398 FORD 2004 V10 RV 32ft ets, igital$2695,. fish/dive boat. Merc200 VAN, engine, transmis-
cert./lst shots $400. & tame with kings cage class 649. PLANT CITY, Walden Lake C S Black gusane w/2dets ( nr. 50. black max. Newly re- sion another parts.


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HBA5 2N0 unC 4age, educ r F ationaibooks, black/white face cows Bazer, 69K mi., P oewter, Used ncudes cover. Twn Merc Outboards Spare. All 5 for $550.
SHIBA INUups(4), AKC, mazons w/cage& PLANT CTY 2407 Karen clothes, shoes, burlap calving now. Also black Auto., 4WD, idncl. tow Will Deliver. Full War- 1/4 share $5,000 twil- 813-334-1770
ready 1028, champion nestbox. 13-985-83 DrN ofSansoneParkn orwrappingpants Angus ull. Call: bar/brakebudd.$000 rant. Canfinance son@s-ban.com orNSReBult
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SatRdFeh Oct30 9, 8-15It and LOTS, LOTS MORE Slan load 3 horse trailer, Campers & I$100 per Month. In a 2 ft WellcraftSportfish- wrk. Isallation
SHIHTZU PUP, 1 male, BEARDED DRAGONS. again for HOLIDAY PLANT CITY Walden large tack room, 521 Hl 8.urry Call erman. Cuddy cabin, aYailable) &everything
AKC8 weeks, st shots, Adult breeders. Sand- S PPNG!JAN hasa Lake260ClubhouseDr 7' high wide, 5 m52 n wTrav rrs o -7727. 1Rmod wth200d ale tor
health certificate, fami- fires, Pastels & Snows. ood selection of NICE Fri & Sat Oct 28 & 2 SPA! Overstocked! New7 tin EFI Mercury en- prices:813-610-1535
ly raised, 50 cash. Call Colorful babies $50! Items from which to 8AM-1PM. Golf Balls, $3500.813-300-5499. 2002 FLEETWOOD Slide- person spa-Loaded! In- tines. Great sha pe.-1
S813417-0489u 813-431-3711 anytime choose also, Boutique- Crafts, Clothing, Gym In Camper for shortbed eludes cover, delivery& Ready to fish. $27,500. i Utility
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air, trein and coveredfter$ 199 maha, pulling n latform, 24 hr acc. ReasontbAb DODGE 1999 2500 SPORT,
is r-oveadin g. Yacht, 42k mmViGras,t 9017nddaiCove r &t 6 trim tabs, moor guide rates. 813-0o-2803 V8, extended cab auto,
kecht,42kmi, cor-1 G 8 c13orne r3 Hmncrd. Lorance, Soeuth Ba oood conditiond$t500,
ban,w4firs crut.lOnan W 813-623-97 $9999813 Storage-ecu.re outside -277-241
5.eatgenK 36 0ac POOLHateRSeFcurity,16Flats- 8136771300Cand covered storage. Dodge 2000 Quad Cab
3'o19miN AgOaTORY DRECT:'SoFA 19ozFT. 1999, ofishore SauthBayStorege'com pick uP, V8' auto, ac, full
Our coe rageiso 35 aw6i-gs, WI NNEBAO TS altwar tero coanlel 813-659-0312513-677-20-0 o wernewrubberni
8CHIEFTAIN, good condi- Heat Pui-oloaded.m$470.
Airdor-it.-yourselfspoolai motor, very Carrollwood Outside 5antlAds5
s e toe not $19,500 813-707-605 quotes, installation ,Ca11 69-2 weicome.Securefaciity/ DODGE 2002 RAM 1500
ein most areas. 19' GALAXY, I/O 24 hr acc. Reasonable e Quad Cab SLT bik load-
slide, mbr + 3 bunks, wwwsolardirect.com new up .en $4,00.
kitchen island, AC, aw- Lic #CWC029795, In- like new, exc.i, cd Boat Slip with 12K Lift, up le nSewl 813-244o859b

Retail: $13,500; sell 19.8VSERIES, 1996 Caro- Hudson. $275 per SL.T, trlr pkg
$11,900.813-C94-9007 HOTTUBNewseats5,5h linaskiff,ja hspkohnson month.(813)245-4673 Inf Infinity stereo mond
3faisUndenA lots of jets, all digital, wi ours, front & mtic,37-oo-
bookion 30kmilescALL waterfall, Cost esacri- : a,! welis 0. 86Main3 DOuG 2 -82-033ay1
THE0 sEXTRA839500. r2699813-966-2362 813-2695898 2.861 Suppie9airs & DODGE 2004 RAmi, 15
(352)596-1328 HOTTUB sacrifice never 22' Chris Craft LIeE NEW sport pkg, ext warr,
c l1998h wiood 5th Seell $1ts bn I a dde29e. 813-873-8046
t, comi t s, Sh$,V0.8917 3- 5. ca.mpersik, head. aSh 1999. 25HP Tohasu. 813-873-234
saldeswodh co' 3wOd anet 813-363-14975inds,8oft.l9 ou81059 500 t ller control, kng shan. FORD 1981 F-100 V8 AT
ht8 13-833-4 relec pull sraro. PS, bedliner toolbox'
rSoe ri c D r t yCorian, center kitchen, 22' GRADY-WHITE 1989 $2000dodo.r813-238-751 uso oks eat
The9ervibeautiful. $34,000. IMOVESPAS cuddye22nsYamaha, ax- YAMAHA 2005 25HP, 4 rs & l s srer
C ,214-724-7581 sell/auyspas. celleno condition, load- stroke, Brand new, 813-835-0633
Elec. spa hkup, lic. ed must sell $12000 demo motor. Full warr.
spd Alison transom. SPA,5-personw/Iounger, 22' Pontoon Boat 1977 g587siSailboats stick, 8 foot bed, 115k
24,236 mi. better than therepyets, light, never Crest II, 90HP Evenrude Iiles. $2500.00. Runs
new, owner, extras too used,uilwarranty. Ocean Pro, 2 bimini r e o
commission? $?10,307 -5 (813)60-1571i wtportl-potytiullset 36 SailTime will pay Ford 1997 FR15 XLT, 4WD
neg.8.Pictureyourhomeinclas- 8136457328 penses or 5 years. You box Running Boars,
Yon'llfindvaeuebuysad- sifiedw/anadonthexuy- put 20% down, own Bedliner,34Kmi,$8,50
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9 | Trucks Light
2 I1 Duty1 I

FORD 2000 F150 Super
Cab Lariat, Triton 5.4V8,
auto, fully loaded, Ithr,
exc cond, $13,488. FORD
'91 F250, 4x4, V8, 5spd,
new tires and wheels,
A/C, good cond, $3,995.
813-935-6517/361-9308
FORD 2000 Ranger X cab
XLT 4DR, loaed, hard
bd cvr, 77K mi. book val
$11.5K, sell $7500
813-732-8353 988-3278
FORD 2002 F-150 Super
Cab, FX4,4x4, Lariat, all
pwr, sn rf, Ithr, V-8,
loaded $17,999
813-679-4694
FORD 2003 RANGER XLT,
20K mi., 5 speed, CD,
bedliner, exc, cond.
$8,200 obo.
Call 813-758-2611
FORD 2004 F150 SUPER-
CREW near new 4.6L,
2WD, billet grill, hitch
can email pics. $23,500
(813)453-5048
IZUZU 1994 Pickup, 5 spd,
AC, clean, bedliner, gas
saver! $2300 obo. $130k
mi.813-643-1139

Jeep 1988 Comanche
pickup, 4-cyl, 4 speed,
new tires new battery,
new clutch, camper top
$2200 obo 727-536-4824
Mazda 1989 B2600 P/U,
4x4 new tires, CD play-
er, excellent condition.
$2000.727-392-4505

NISSAN 03 Desert Runner.
New cond., 12K, white,
auto, CD, pwr pkg, Ton-
neau cvr, fact. wrrty.
$15,900.813-263-4220
TOYOTA 1991 Pickup
Must Sell, great condo
$2000 or best offer. Call
Dee (813) 317-3923

TOYOTA 1995 TACOMA,
100K miles, runs great.
$3,850. Please call Mario
813-244-9493

TOYOTA 1998 T100 P/U,
ext. cab, auto- pw, pdl,
ps, cruise control V6,
104K mi. A/C, $6300,
813-681-8451

630 Heavy Duty

CHEVY 1991 3500 Dually
New Tires, 454 Auto,
Very Good Condition,
$4,100 aobo
813-920-6543
Chevy 2003 Silverado4x4,
loaded, ext quad cab,
Exc Cond. 24k mi. Under
wrty. $29.000obo. 352-
684-6698/279-4999
DODGE 1997 Ram Sport
4x4 Heavy Duty Towing
Package, Custom 6061
T-6 Aluminum bed,
$7,500 813-681-6911
FORD 1999 F450 Lariat 5th
wheel Fontaine pkg, Air
Ride, Great Condition,
Loaded, Leather
$26,500 813-997-4626
FORD 2000 F350 Lariet
Loaded, CD, all pwr, wh
/gold, dually, AT, 4WD,
daeseel gooseneck / reese
hitch $24K. 813-787-0589
FORD 2002 F250 Ext. Cab,
24K miles, white, new
tires, CD very clean.
$13,500.813-299-0636

FREIGHTLINER 1998 FL-70
24' box truck. 19,000 +
miles on new engine.
Delivery trk, runs great.
$20,000.813.477.4184
LINCOLN 2001 BLACK-
WOOD, Excellent condi-
tion, 17K mi, original
owner. $35,000.
Call 813-659-0312
1630AIBuses I
Diesel 1980,42 pass. Ask-
ing $17,000 obo. Please
contact Living Word
Church at (727) 845-8877
orcome bythe church at
5151 Rowan Rd., N.P.R
ISUZU 1988 TROOPER II,
strong drive train &
brakes, Needs body
work. $750 obo
813-545-7019
SCHOOL BUS
1982, 71 pass, vgc, strong
diesel, auto new tires
all ori, 101Kmi, all recs.
$3,895 Call 863-859-7160
163n 4-Wheel
630B Drive I

FORD 2002 F-150 4X4
Crew-cab, short bed.
XLT. 32K mi. Senior
Owned. Never off-road.
Very clean. $23,500.
352-650-7130.
SJEEP 1999 Wrangler, low
miles, good condition,
bestoffer $7,500
Call 727-644-1766
Jeep 2004 Wrangler Saha-
ra, green/tan auto, 6k
mi, motion alarm, exc
cond. Paid $24,620 Sell
$22,900.813-376-4527
6811 Vans I
CHEVY 1985 G20 3/4ton, 8
cyl, 19K mi, on reblt eng,
good tires w/hitch, new
carb. Runs grt. $1,400
obo. 813-689-6269
CHEVY 2003 ASTRO VAN
Loaded, 8 pass, CD, all
power, rear air, 18K mi,
perfect cond, trlr pkg,
15,750.813-842-0888
CLASSIFIED WORKS


16311 Vans I
CHRYSLER 1997 Town &
Cntry LXI, 3.8/V6, 120K
mi. loaded, al options,
Ithr, great cond. $4995,
813-879-7004 964-8886
CHRYSLER 2001 Town &
Country Wheelchair
Van. ex warr available,
loaded. Very clean.
$25,900.813-766-3936
Dodge 1996 Grand Cara-
van LE, 81,400 miles,
orig owner, loaded. Ex-
cellentcondition! $5900.
obo. 813-966-9634
DODGE 1999 2500 98K mi.
AC stereo tow pkg, new
tires, braKes, pads &
rtrs. $6500 obo.
813;785-6991
DODGE 2000 Gr Caravan
61k Miles, Premium:
Wheels and Sound.
$11,200 Call Gene
813-376-2687
Dodge 2002 B3500 Maxi
cargo. 5.9LV8, auto, AC
mint cond in & out, must
see. $12,500
941-374-5847
FORD 1996 AEROSTAR
LXT, Great condition,
cold A/C, well main-
tained, $3,650.
813-253-6558
FORD 1996 Econoline
Conversion Van, less
than 40k miles, hand
controls, can be driven
from wheel chair lower
floor, high top, all pow-
er, much much more.
Possible owner finance.
May consider trade,
$11,000.727-736-9346.
FORD 1999 E150 Conver-
sion Van, recently hand-
icapped, UVL, transfer
seats, hand controls, 45K
mi. $25K. 813-643-5471
Ford 2001 E150 Wagon
Traveler, V8,
am/fm/cass/cd, Ent ctr
w/dual flip screens, 78k
miles. Runs and looks
new. $17,500 retail.
Make Reasonable Offer.
813-546-0197
NISSAN 1995 QUEST XE
140K miles burgundy,
automatic, 6 cyl.,$4500.
Flawless mustsee! Call:
813-299-2894
NISSAN 2000 QUEST GXE,
V6, dual air, VCR, cruise
66K miles, excellent
condition $11,500 OBO.
813-973-7574
TOYOTA 1998 Sienna XLE
PW, PDL, CD, alloy whls,
clean&well maintained,
70K mi, under Blue Book
$9,950 firm813-393-6208
TOYOTA 2001 SIENA-All
pwr, cruise, air, AM/FM
stereo, CD, tape, ex cond
1 owner, retired couple,
$13,900813-780-1629
S Sport Utility
S6321 Vehicles

ACURA 2004 MDX,
navigation, DVD, 3rd
row seating, loaded.
$36,500. 813-996-1770
or 813-240-8641
BMW 2004 X5 4.4, black-
brown, premium sport,
19" whls, comfort seats,
premium sound, 15K mi
$56,900.813-376-4527
CHEVY 1999 Tahoe LT,
Loaded dual air, Lthr
new A/C & tires, well
maint SUPER CLEAN
$10,497.813-949-3736
CHEVY 2000 SUBURBAN
69K mi, gray leather,
DVD/TV, sunroof. Excel-
lent condition. $18,500.
813-677-9919
CHEVY2002 Suburban LT,
19K mi., quad seats, sun-
roof, every option, like
new condition asking
$23,900.813-642-9404
FORD 1982 BRONCO 302
V8,167k mi, orig owner,
auburn dif., much new,
Brand new Cold Air
$3200 obo 813-985-4966
Ford 1995 Eddie Bauer
Bronco 4 WD, Excellent
Cond! New Tires, Pwr
AC, 69K mi, $8,50d
813-960-4690
Ford 1996 Bronco Ed
Bauer, 93K mi, 5.8L,
auto, showroom cond,
fully loaded, 1 owner.
$9,700 813-767-7267
FORD 1998 Explorer Eddie
Bauer Edt., 4dr, V6, pwr,
white/tan, chrome whls
new tires, 166K hwy mi.
$6700.813-310-2220
FORD 1999 Explorer Eddie
Bauer V6, all pwr, 92K
mi, CD/cass, moonroof,
dual AC, ext warr. $8.9k
813-417-2777- 230-4358
Ford2001 Expedition XLT-
Must Sell! Exc. Cond.,
cloth interior, all bells &
whistles. $16,500 obo.
813-416-8356/416-7756
FORD 2002 ESCAPE, auto,
V6, 4WD, excellentcond,
all power, roof rack, CD
+ cassette, 73K hwy mi.
$11,500 813-719-7719
FORD 2002 EXCURSION
39.8k mi Green, XLT
w/lthr V8 $23,500,
(813)235-6768 '

HONDA 1998 CRV AC is
working, Tinted win-
dows, Power Lock & CD
player, $7,000 obo
813-789-4008
Infiniti 2001 0X4, 4WD,
champagne, low miles,
fully equipped, naviga-
tion system, exc cond.
$24K 813-494-8877
CLASSIFIED WORKS


Sport Utility |
1 632 Vehicles
JEEP 1994 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, White, 4WD,
power steer & windows,
ooks & drives great.
$4,550.813-288-7381
JEEP 1994 GRAND CHERO-
KEE LAREDO, V6, 142K
mi, red w/rey int, exc
cond, new A/C, all pwr,
$3,495obo 813-160-7464
JEEP 1995 Cherokee
Laredo, Looks & Runs
Good Leather, AC, High
Milage. $4000
f 813-967-6343
JEEP 1996 GRAND CHERO-
KEE LIMITED, auto,
leather, sunroof, CD,
loaded, moving over-
sees must sel [$5,500
obo. 813-571-1530
JEEP 1997 Wrangler
Black, fully customized,
no rust lots of extras 3"
lift w/33" tires. $10,500
813-767-8385 835-8385
JEEP 2000 Rangier Sport
5spd, Perfect cond 48K
mi es AC, 6cyCD/kMP3,
new tires, $15,500 obo.
813-264-5890
JEEP 2004 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo Sp. Ed. V8,
10K mi loaded Ithr, tow
pkg, blk/blk, exc cond.
$21.9Kobo 863-660-1241
JEEP 2004 LIBERTY Ltd ed.
Full-time doctoral stu-
dent, must sell. White
w/white lthr, only 5500
mi., all options. Pur-
chased in Feb. Priced
below blue bk: $20,000.
Make offer 813-391-4229
LAND ROVER 2000 DIS-
COVERY 1139,500 mi, Na-
vy Blue, Tan Leather,6
CD Auto., 8 Cyl. $16,000
(813)229-3991
Land Rover 2000 Discov-
ery II, V8, auto, AC, Ithr,
prem. wheels, 56k, exc
cond $17,500 obo
813-927-9839 after 5pm
LAND ROVER 2001
DISCOVERY 60K mi all
records, Plewter/Tan
Ithr, loaded. Exc cond.
$15,500.813-843-9228
LANDROVER 1999 DIS-
COVERY II 79K mi, clean,
exc. cond. green w/tan
leather, loaded de-
pendable. Must Sell
13 650. Skip
813-189-6121
MERCURY 1998 Moun-
taineer V6, leather, re-
mote keyless,AC,
Excellent condition.
$7400813-888-6505
Mercury 1998 Mountain-
eer, Dad's vehicle, load-
ed, V8, full power, CD,
leather etc. $6,750.
Call 813-962-7208
Mitsubishi 1995 Montero
LS, V6, auto leather, all
power, 167K miles, new
rakes, good cond,
$2900 obo.813-992-5601
Mitsubishi 1998 Montero
Sport, BIk/Tan, 75k, V6,
auto, CD 1 owner, car
fax, perfect Must see!
$8500813-748-2408
NISSAN 1998 Pathfinder
4x4, black, Ithr int, sunrf,
TV/DVD custom stereo
& whls. Book value
$11,250. Selling for
$8,995. 813-265-8910 or
813-833-1574
NISSAN 1999 PATHFIND-
ER 79,000 mi, White,
Sports Utility, Auto., 2
WD, 6Cy $9,00
(813) 707-0514
NISSAN 1999 Pathfinder
SE 46K miles beige
w/leather, 4x4, Bose
stereo, alarm tow kg.
$14,756.813-837-7037
NISSAN 2001 Pathfinder
XE white, V6 3.5 eng.,
CD, AC, Mint Cond., fact.
warr., 0700 mi. $15,500
obo (8633 644-3027
Nissan 2001 Pathfinder
LE, Pewter ext. & cloth
int, V6, auto sunroof,
71K mi. PW, PDL,
$13,000.813-728-4302
NISSAN 2002 PATHFIND-
ER LE 29,000 mi, Black
Sports Utility. Auto., 2
WD,6Cy. $22,595, Luxu-
ry, PW, PL, In dash CD,
tan leather, luggage
rack moon roof(813)
230-6301
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 $21,500.
813-886-1121 or
813-996-1338
Toyota20044RunnerSR5,
6, Silver, 4 door, sharp,
serious only please.
$404/month. Must Sell!
Assume payments. Call
352-688-7021
Srq cooters &
"6331 Mopeds

VESPA 2002 150 Show-
room condition. 800
miles. $3100
(863) 412-1450
1635 | Motorcycles |
BMW 2002 1150RT ABS
Brake, touring luggage,
18K mi., never wrecked,
like new. $9,750.
863-314-8939
HARLEY- DAVIDSON 1996
FXSTC, 17k, 95+ hp.
blue, exc. cond. Lots of
extras. Must sell $11,500
obo. (813)434-6666


1635 I Motorcycles
Harley 1999 FDWG. Ew.n
cam/1450 cc. Dlac 30K,
mi, exc cond very clean,
house kept, luggage
rack & tote bag. Serious
inquiries only$14K obo
cash only. 352-583-2574
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2000
SPORTSTER 1200, 8k
miles, clean! lots of ex-
tras 6500 o.b.o. (813)
655-3019
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2002
ROAD KING Redw/tour-
ingpkg., fuel-m., ex-
tende warrant, ga-
raged, 4,500 miles ex-
tras. $15,500 (81113)
265-9116, (813) 264-4728
HARLEY Davidson 2003
Super Glide Anniversary
Edition, 6500 ml, extras,
exc cond. $15,000 obo.
813-757-1766
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2003
ROAD KING, fuel inject-
ed, 12K miles, lots of
chrome & accessories,
Stage 2 kit, Screaming
Eagle exhaust. $17,000.
813-645-7328
HARLEY 2003 Lowrider
bik, all chromed, 1500
mi, must see to appreci-
ate. $18.9Kobo 763-0223
or 813-986-2694 aft 5pm
HONDA 1996 CBR900RR,
red/black/white, minor
scratches, runs great.
$5000 8BO.
941-224-6472
HONDA 2001 SABRE
1100cc gar kept,12k
windshield,lightbar,-
saddlebags, new mus-
tang seat, new tires,
hwy pegs and more
$5600 obo 813-994-4111
HONDA 2004 SABRE,
1100cc, candy apple red
with extras, 3,500 miles,
$7900. Please call: (813)
914-7707/(813) 495-6849
KAWASAKI 1986 KX60
Dirt Bike, Good Cond
$475. OBO. 813-737-5537
SUZUKI 1998 1400 IN-
TRUDER, 14500 mi, ex-
cellent cond, sissy bar,
saddle bags, priced to
sell $4,300.813-294-7957
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 black FZ1 1000
cc R1 engine 5400
miles, no mods, bought
new, garage kept, exc
cond. $5400.
813-312-3768.
YAMAHA 2001 V-STAR
1100 CLASSIC Black,
w/touring pk, extras,
araged, female owned
,440- mi. $6,900 (8M13
264-4728 or (813)
265-9116
1636 olf Carts |

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
16371ATVs I
KAWASAKI 2003 Bayou
250CC, $2000. Kawaski
2001 Prairie 300CC au-
to, $3200. Both obo & exc
cond. 813-677-8602
Polaris 2002 Ltd Ed
Scrambler 400 4x4 exc.
cond. Less than 100 hrs.
Runs great, kept inside.
S3860 obo. Tracy
813-363-7987.
YAMAHA 1998 Big Bear,
w/winch, garage kept,
exc cond low miles,
$2600.813-876-2096

YAMAHA 1999 YFZ 350L
Banshee Blue, Toomey
pipes, many extras,
mint cond. $3000 obo.
Call Joe 813-713-1935

640 Wanted
ACURA OR HONDA V6
Want an excellent
looking/running car at
an excellent price(for
me) Repair records
helpful (813) 661-4998
(French msg)

CASH PAID
For Cars Running or Not!
We'll come pick it up!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535
I BUY CARS
ANY CONDITION
TOP$$$$
CALL 813-508-5228
VEHICLES WANTED!
CASH TODAY! Running
or not. Cars, Trucks &
Vans. Call 813-630-9201
or 813-728-7979
WE BUY CARS, trucks,
tow trucks, boats, RVs.
CASH TODAY! Any cond!
Free removal. Top $$
Call 813-963-5508 ASAP
CASH FOR CARS. TRUCKS
AND VANS RUNNING OR
NOT FREE TOWING,
QUICK REMOVAL
813-363-1874
Wanted: Electric
passenger seat, 6 way
bottom part only. 1979
SCadillac. 813-634-7500
Tired of the same "old"
thing? Sell your antiques
with an adin class 402.


SClassic
644 Antique
Vehicles
CADILLAC 1984 Biarritz,
Honey Beige with Bur-
gundy leather, 2dr, 100K
miles, runs good. $2,500.
Call 813-633-3880
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
DODGE 1950 4dr Ugly but
affordable. Old Rod set-
up for small block Ford
butt maroon in-out,
good chrome & interior.
$900.813-759-6805
Ford 1936 Pickup, project
truck. 425 Buick motor&
transmission. Rolling
chassis $7000
813-318-1359
Ford 1951, 4-Door. 1978
Town Landau
Thunderbird. $57K Orig.
Miles. Both for $2200
obo. 813-254-2951
FORD 1964 T-BIRD. Hard
top, good condition,
$4 000.
(818) 800-9094
FORD 1966 Pick up, V8,
standard, cstm cab
110K actual mi, good
original truck $2,900.
813-909-4343
Ford 1966 Thunderbird
Hard-top, $8200 Must
sell. OBO. 813-760-2070
FORD 1968 Mustang Conv
red 302 eng. V8. Garaged
all it's life. Exc. cond. As
Is. $14K FIRM 10am-8pm
863/4956-1381
LOTUS 1978 LOTUS S1
Florida exotic $12,775.
Visit http://mysite.veri-
zon. net/reszvot/ for
photos and history.
(813) 230-5441
Plymouth 1963 Valiant
convertible, red, V8 318,
many extra parts, $7,000
or will consider trade
813-334-8838
Studebaker 1941 Champi-
on 2 dr sedan. On the in-
side; 1989 Corvette sub-
frame (powersteering &
suspension 1994 5.7.T-
I with TPI fuel injection
and Superpro chip. 370
hpi custom aluminum
radiator. Never runs hot.
Turbo 700-R4, 4 spd au-
tomatic with overdrive
& hearse shifter. 3.73:1
positraction, 1994 Ponti-
ac Trans Am 4 wheel
power disc brakes with
ABS Dakota custom
digital dash with LED
gauges. TOYO high per-
romance radials on 95
Trans Am ABS polished
wheels. 1994 Z28 tilt
steering column with
custom chrome grant
wheel. Professional
frame off constructed in
2001. Has 2500 miles
since. Rust free original
sheet metal body in-
cluding trunk & floor
pans. Complete DYNA-
MAT insulation. Interior
restored as original. If
not sold before; will be
at Gulfport and then
Turkey Rod Run.
$24,500. Call John-
727-278-2172,
TRIUMPH 1976 TR6 All
Orig, Red/Black Top,
Low Miles Roll Bar,
Boot $14,800 OBO
a 813-814-5713 V
WANTED: JAGUAR XKE/
XK Healey/ MGT/TR3/
MGA. Any condition.
Cash buyer will pick up.
(407)620-6295
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Acura 1993 Legend,
4 door, auto, cold ac,
sunroof, low miles, mint
condition! $7,150 obo.
813-453-0124
ACURA 1996 Integra,
1 owner, exc. cond.
great maint. sporty, all
options, $6000.
813-318-2243
AUDI 2001 A4 TURBO,
Clean Silver, 50K Mi.
Fact Warr. Auto, Load-
ed, Sunroof, $19 000
Neg.813-244-8170
BMW 1992 318, exc cond,
lowered, 18" rims, M3
kit. $4500.813-842-0302

BMW 1997 325i sedan 4-
dr, loaded, beautiful,
exc. cond. $12K blue bk;
water damage: $2900.
813-258-9363; 831-4707
BMW 1998 3281
black, 4door 57k miles.
Garage kept. Mint con-
dition. Must be seen!
$13,900.813-962-8629
BMW 1998 528i, slyvr,
clean,prem pkg, all pwr,
AT, 17" whis, grey Ithr
int. w/blk wd trim, 89K
mi, $13.5K 813-785-1976
BMW 1998 7401L, 4 dr,
auto, fully loaded,
assembled in Germany,
98k mi $16,500
813-298-8121
BMW 2000 528193,000 mi,
Black, Auto, 6 Cyl. Pre-
mium and Sport Pkg,
Sunr Grey Ithr $17,800
Ca Ben (813) 964-1747
BMW 2001 Z3, auto,
loaded, like new. BMW
cert BMW ext warr thru
2007,22,800 mi. $25,500.
941-388-1451
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CADILLAC 1989 Sedan De-
Ville convertible top
good condition. $1,100.
Call 813-677-9521
CADILLAC 1990 Seville
Sdn Wht, 4.SL, full pwr,
ice AC, White/Red Ithr,
spotless, 72K orig mi,
$2,995 Call 813-988-0676
CADILLAC 1996 SEVILLE
SLS Seamist green w/
white vinyl top, chrome
wheels, memory seats,
lumbar, CD 12 player,
low miles clean $8 500.
Call 813-681-9352
CADILLAC 1998 CATERA,
16K org miles, 3.0L,6cyl,
all power + security,
excellent cond in & out,
$7900.813-960-0418
CADILLAC 1999 Catera
Sport silver, 79K mi.,
4-door, loaded, leather,
very clean. $7900.
813-486-3601
CADILLAC 1999 Deville,
62K mi Diamond White
w/Black cloth top, load-
ed exccond one owner.
$11,500 813-642-0097
Cadillac 1999 Seville STS,
black w/custom tan top,
chrome wheels, loaded,
in exc cond! Low miles.
$19,900.813-973-7161
CADILLAC 2001 DeVille,
mint cond, 1 owner, corn
fort/conv pkg, keyless
entry, Crimson Pearl
45K mi. $19,500 294-3788
CHEVY 1990 GEO, 3 cyl. 5
spd. cold AC, CD, new CV
joints, batt. & exhaust,
50 mpg. $1000 obo.
813-571-7303 Riverview
CHEVY 1997 Malibu 6 cyl.,
68K miles. ACURA 1991
Integra. 813-782-2884


CHEVY 1998 LUMINA
A/C, Auto., V-6, 4-dr,
Power locks & windows.
$2200 Good cond. 813
404-5773
CHEVY 2000 CAMARO
Z28,2-tone, fully loaded,
Senior owned, garaed,
exc cond. 247K mies.
$17,500 813-886-1310
CHRYSLER 1998 SEBRING
LXI Conv, 84K mi, full
pwr, Ithr, CD, Wht/BIk
carriage roof $5695 aba
813-951-2426
CHRYSLER 1999 300M,
Gold/Tan Ithr, 86K mi,
auto, good condition
$9,000 obo.
813-655-0557
CHRYSLER 1999 300M
Exc cond, loaded auto,
Ithr A/C, all pwr, 64k mi,
$8500.813-962-0605
North Tampa
CHRYSLER 2002 300M,
exc. cond, non-smoker,
Metallic Beige, $15,600.
Must sell, make offer
813-633-5018
CORVETTE 1987
Convertible, auto, 138k
miles, drive it home.
$5750.813-477-4559
No trades please.
CORVETTE 1996 Private
owner, wht w/tan leath-
er, CD loaded, 57K, new
Good 'Years exc cond.
$16,500 813-933-4600
DODGE 2000 Intrepid ES,
green, V6, auto, power
package, keyless, ac, cd,
Excellent Condition!
$6850.813-220-8410
Dodge 2001 Ram 3500
Cargo Van, 187K mi.
some body damage but
runs great. $3500 OBO.
Call Chris 813-623-4049
ext.26
DODGE 2002 NEON, Gold,
21K mi 5-spd, Tan int,
tint, 1 Owner, like new.
Must sell, $5995.
941-953-3836
FORD 1994 Splash, 4.0,
67K mi, new tires AC
brakes and battery.
$4,250. 813-832-5225 or
813-766-4080
FORD 1994 Thunderbird,
RUNS GREAT! New tires
& battery. $2250.
813-948-6718 eves or
days: 813-877-5310
FORD 1996 ESCORT LX 2
dr, auto P/W csim
whis, cold air, $1950
obo. 813-833-5012,
863-712-3301
Ford 2001 Mustang SVT
Cobra- Convertible, 37K
miles, black/black,
adult owner, exc. cond.,
$21,750.813-312-6973
FORD 2002 S FORD
2002 FOCUS SE, silver,
32k mi, alloy wheels,
tints, prem snd, multi
cd, rear spoil, sun rf,
warr,exc cond,$7,995.
Call Steve 813-817-6355.
FORD 2002 MUSTANG GT
convy, V8 AC,AT, 28K mi,
wht w/black int., PL,
PW, 6-cd, Mache stereo,
$15,6000 813.598.3187
Ford 2003 Taurus Ses
DOHC, 20k miles,
leather sunroof, spoiler,
CD, auto, alum. wheels
$12,500.813-245-4673
Ford 2005 Mustang GT,
Loaded every option,
bik/red 5spd, never
driven, Best offer over
$30,000.813-854-3228
GEO 1997 PRISM, owner
15K mi, 4-dr, AC, auto:
cruise, exc cond 2 new
tires $3,050.
813-633-1795
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HONDA 1988 CRX-HF
Great Gas Milage, New
timing belt $1,500 obo
813-672-9201

HONDA 1991 Accord, 4dr
cold AC, new paint, new
cylinder heads, very
good cond. $2225 obo.
813-238-0401
Honda 1991 Accord EX, 4
drs, 5 spd, 128K miles,
good cond. $1800
Ice cold AC!
813-956-6920
HONDA 1991 CRX-SI with
fiberglass extras,
$3,000 obo
813-672-9201

HONDA 1995 Civic EX, 2
dr, 5 spd, 92K mi extra
cl an, 6mn wheels, snrf,
Red. $3,500.
813-982-2290
HONDA 1996 ACCORD EX,
73K mi., dark Green,
auto moon roof, A/C.
$5,900. 813-842-6696
727-372-0739
HONDA 1997 Civic EX
white, good cond. 98K
mi. alT power, CD,
sunroof, $4600.
813-837-9548

Honda 1997 Civic
LX, cold AC, 4 new tires,
4dr auto, well maint'd.
$6,195. 813-784-6977
HONDA 2000 Civic, 2DR, 5
Spd. CD, Black, Nice,!
$7700 obo. Won't Last!
813-833-1847

HONDA 2001 CIVIC LX,
White, full power, auto-
matic, 76K mi, $7,000
obo Call 813-748-7716
INFINITI 1999 130 LTD 55k
mi, Silver, 6 Cyl. $11.5k
'ob, still under full fac-
tory warranty up to 95k
mi & 2007, loaded excel-
lent cond 813.505.3258
INFINITI 2000 G20 53K mi,
green, all pwr, leather,
auto great condition
$13,960 (813) 215-6958

INFINITY 2001130 4dr se-
dan tan, Ithr, sunrf,
loaded, 51k mi, excel-
lent condition. $15,500
813-634-7844
INFINITI 2003 G35, sdn,
Black on Black, Ithr, pre-
mium sound sys, snrf,
19K mi, immaculate.
$24,950 813-293-4289
Jaguar 1995 Vanden Plas
grn w/tan Ithr, burl
wood panels, 70K mi.,
sec. sys., 6 CD/cass.
$8800.813-230-9559
Jaguar 1996 XJ6, all pwr,
thr, wood panels, 47k
mi, new tires, cold ac,
immac cond, must see.
$10,900.813-486-8554
Jaguar 2000 Vanden Plas
49.5k mi sunroof,
navigation. Immaculate
condition! $23,500
813-649-0176
Kia 2002 Rio, only 27k
miles. Wrty 100.000
tranferable. Excellent
condition. $7900obo.
352-684-6698/279-4999
LEXUS 1990 LS 400, auto,
cold AC, new paint, new
int, Bose, mint condi-
tion, 96515 mi, 2 owner
$5950 obo. 727-541-6566
LEXUS 1993 GS300 moving
out of state! Exc cond,
fully loaded, 18". rims,
tint, Ithr, 5yr warr, 120K
$6,395obo 813-368-2690
LEXUS 1997 ES300
66K miles, very clean.
$12,500.813-731-5286.
LEXUS 1998 ES300 black,
tan leather, chrome
wheels, tint, excellent
condition, $10,300. Call:
813-545-9251
LEXUS 1999 GS 300 52kmi,
White, Grey Leather Int.,
Sunroof, Excellent Con-
dition, Garage Kept!
$20,500 (813) 994-9444
Lexus 2002 ES300, one
owner, loaded, sunroof,
leather all power, silver
$26,200 obo. Call Joe
813-293-7187.
LEXUS 2002 ES300,
Black/black, Loaded,
Low Miles New Tires
Immaculate! $26,500
OBO. 813-766-3424
LINCOLN 1995 Towncar,
all power leather, air,
97K, radio/cassette,
$4,100.813-689-1724

Lincoln 2001 Continental
silver, 1 owner, 34K
miles, dealer serviced,
fact warranty, loaded.
$13,900 813-245-4673
MAZDA 1994 MIATA
MX-5, 100,282 mi. red
convertible, 5 speed,
2WDm4 cyl.$3100.Must
sell! 813-963-2840
Mazda 1999 626 ES, red,
pwr pkg, cold ac, 4dr,
Ithr, cd player, 57k
miles, all records.
$6500sbo 813-766-9335
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649 For Sale 1 6'"4 I For Sale I

MERCEDES 1992 500SL PONTIAC 1999 GRAND
convertiblew/twotops, AM, 62K mi, ice cold air,
42K mi., like new, auto, perfect cond.
$21,000.727-688-1565 $4800. 727-479-9565,
727-868-1020
MERCEDES 1995 SL500, Pontiac 2000 Grand Pre
red, low mi, both tops GTP, super charged, 45K
(newconvtop),fullwarr mi., looks & drives like
till 5/5. Like new loaded new. $9,800 OBO. Cell:
$23,900. (727) 573-1542 352-999-0703 521-3688
MERCEDES BENZ 1998 PONTIAC 2002 Grand Am
SLK 230 Roadster/ GT 4dr silver, 49K mi,
Conv't. 1 Owner. Good sunrf V6, CD/cass,xtra
Cond. $16 900. clean. 23-25 mpg. Loaded.
404-909-1377 $10,500 813-505-2926
MERCEDES-BENZ 1999 E- Porsche 2000 911 Car-
430 16k mi silv/blk, rera Cabriolet Conv, 6
Sport Pkg, Perf Cond, spd,silverw/blkint,un-
Never Damaged, cer 28k mi, exc cond.
$27,000 (813) 973-0013 $51,250 813-659-1836
Mercedes 1999 C280, PORSCHE 2000 Boxster,
4 door, 1 owner loaded, Convertible, exc cond,
Champagne 51k miles, 21K mi, 5-spd, Silver/BIk
Exc Cond. $16,750. Ithr interior $27,900 obo
813-920-4784 813-933-7655
MERCEDES 1999 SLK 230, SAAB 1995 900SE Conv.
19K mi. AT, white, black Turbo, 75K, 5spd exc
Ithr, pristine cond. too cond, CD chngr, PW, PLd
many options to list cruise, Ithr, alarm, cold
$23,500 863-699-9881 AC, $6499 813-545-6547
MERCEDES 2000 E320 Se- SATURN 1999 SW2 wag-
dan Bordeaux red/oys- on, auto, 87K miles 1
ter Ithr, exc cond, ow owner, super cond PW,
mileage, $29,000 PL,tilt, cruise, new tires,
8I3-854-2142 $4,499 813-545-6547
MERCEDES 2001 500SL SUBURU 2001 LEGACY L
18K miles, white with 4dr, excellentcondition,
grey interior, excellent original owner, alloy
condition, $48,950 Call wheels, 60K mi. $12,000
* 813-495-11149 Call 863-773:3076
MERCEDES BENZ 2002 TOYOTA 1987 Cressida,
CLK320, mineral green, 4dr, cold AC, new paint
25K, garage kept, AMGs new engine, very good
exc condo, must see! cond. $1950 obo.
$35,900.813-843-7653 813-238-0401
Mercedes 2002 C240, TOYOTA 1987 Supra 5
black/grey, 37k miles' spd, pw/pl, AC, cruise,
all pwr, sunroof, good white/red, ood cond
condition. $23,499. Asking $2300 ObO. Must
813-643-0796 sell! 813-264-0777
You'll find value buys TOYOTA 1989 Camry.
advertised in Classified Exc. Cond. Cold Air, Nully
each and every day Loaded, $1250
MERCEDES 2003 C32AMG, 813-310-3204
slvr, blk lthr, all options
100ook mi warr, perfect
cond. Very sharp & fast. Toyota 1993 Camry L.E,
$36,900. (352) 596-6877 4 cyl, auto, 105K miles,
MERCEDES 2003 CLK E320 Ice cold A00
Convertible, pewter, 813-956-6920
24K mi, asin 1$48,000. OT 1
813-951-0700 TOYOTA 1997 Celica Lift-


MERCEDES 2004 CLK500
Cabriolet. Silver/Ash
Ithr, 2500 mi, command
sys, wood pkg, CD, heat-
ed seats. Liht pg.
Call:904-%43-9-84
Mercury 1995 Grand Mar-
quis LS4 dr, white exc
cond, 82k mi, $4000.
813-633-3871
MERCURY 2000 Marquis
GS 34k mi, ext warranty,
all power, tinted win-
dows $9925.
813-300-1844
MG 1978 MIDGET Red/or-
ange, Fun, convertible,
runs great! 1500cc
$5,250.(813) 841-1844
MITSUBISHI 2001 Galant
ES Patriot Red, 4dr sdn,
auto, 4cyl, CD mnrf,pw,
pl, keyless entry. $9,800.
Call 813-681-8444
Mitsubishi 2001 Mirage
31,000 Ml. $4600.
727-420-9435
MUSTANG 1965 convert-
i l inalPony interi-
$9,000 813-760-2070

MUSTANG 2000 6 cyl, Ithr
seats, map wheels,
am/fm/cd, tinted win
exc cond. 48K m $8756
Call 813-493-706d
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NISSAN 1992 300ZX TWIN
TURBO 5 speed manual
pearl white, original
owner, 47000 miles, In-
verness exc cond
$12,000 (352) 563-8693
Nissan 1994 Altima GLE,
Good cond., all pwr AT,
runs great, ice cold air,
128K mi. 1 owner,
$1800.813-785-1976
NISSAN 1996 ALTIMA
GXE, champaign, auto,
ice cold air, drives great
Must see! $3806
813-363-3901
NISSAN 1997 ALTIMA
GXE, like new, full
power auto $3950 obo.
8613-949-6858

NISSAN 1998 ALTIMA
GXE, White, 78K mi., 1
owner, mechanically
sound, int. needs TLC.
$4,850 obo. 813-267-8295
NISSAN 2000 MAXIMA
GXE Great cond. 67K mi,
pewter w/gray int,
PSPWPL auto V6, 4dr.
$11,995.813-661-8180
Nissan 2000 Xterra, 6 cyl.
5spd (gas savings!), 4
dr, deluxe Pioneer
graphic radio sys. w/CD
silver w/grey int., tinted
windows, Wife's car.
$11,800.813-926-3366
Nissan 2004 350Z Road-
ster convertible touring
model, loaded, blk/ bik,
11k mi. Must sell.
$34,500.813-748-8091
PLYMOUTH 1996 Breeze,
4 dr, New Tires, All Pwr,
AM/FM/Stereo, Good
MPG, $3,000
813-641-8091
PONTIAC 1995 GRAND AM
SE, V6, tinted windows,
2DR, Turquois, runs &
drives great, A/C.
$1,400.813-932-6650


back, 3D GT, silver, 67k,
5 spd, all power, sunrf,
new tires exc condo.
$7500 obo 813-972-0103

TOYOTA 2000 Celica GT,
52Kmi. $12,950
813-657-9723

TOYOTA 2000 MR2 SPI-
DER, black 5spd, new
tires, excellent condi-
tion, asking- $13,800.
Call: 813-205-4054
TOYOTA 2001 CAMRY LE,
4cyl, 47K mi, all pwr,
grey w/grey cloth int,
Gas Miser ice cold A/C,
$12,995 81-760-7464
TOYOTA 2001 CAMRY LE
73k mi, White, Auto.,
Leather, Spoiler, exc.
cond. $10,400 obo (727)
686-4338
TOYOTA 2001 Corolla CE,
green, 45K mi. 5 spd.
A/C, $6500,
813-681-8451

Toyota 2001 Prius Hybrid,
45+ MPG, pwr all, Ithr
int 4dr tint, 52k mi.
$16k. 813-971-8333 x15.
13-264-5614 pm/wknds
Toyota 2002 Camnry, Exc
cond, very well maint
35k mi, 4dr A/C, CD, all
pwr, new tires $13,900
Ami 813-907-1133
TOYOTA 2003 COROLLA
30k Miles, Prem Wheels,
Tires & Sound, Like New.
$13,300 Call Gene
813-376-2687 -
TOYOTA 2004 SOLARA SE
Loaded, Sunrf, cust whis,
2K, illness forces sale.
Cost $30K+ asking:
$23,900(727)J75-2385
VOLVO 1994 850 TURBO
Green Sedan, cold A/C,
leather, new tires, sun-
roof $4,000 OBO (813)
969-0607
VOLVO 1994 850, Looks
New, Low Mi. CD
Moonroof Leather, Just
A Great Car! $5950.
813-986-6594
VW 1966 Beetle, custom-
ized, almost complete-
ly restored, mag wheels,
low profile tires. $4999.
813-949-0503. Must see!
VW 1999 Paasat, 4DR, 4
cyl. turbo, AC,
moonroof, all power,
sage green $7000 obo.
U' 813-67-6343-
VW 2002 Passat Turbo
wagon, 35k mi, new
tires, luxury pkg, leath-
er, Monsoon sound,
$18,000.813-713-7763
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