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OVEMBER 18, 2004 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


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in the
NEWS


The season's first
flat of strawberries
comes on time
despite a hurricane
season that set grow-
ers back.
PAGE 3


BARBE(UE'


Bring out the napkins,
it's barbecue time.
The annual Pig Jam is
this weekend.
ME 14


BRIMGGS


'Celebrating a day of
history.
PAGE 8


INDEX


CALENDAR
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HOME



AGAIN

In a country where the roads
are fraught with danger, Daniel
Cundiff logged 10,000 miles
over Iraqi terrain as a Navy
reservist. Now, he's home.
B rON1 MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Right after volunteering for an assignment
he knew would be perilous, Daniel Cundiff
sat down to write a letter to his wife and chil-
dren "in case something happened."
The letter was to be delivered to them it
Cundiff, a Navy reservist in the Seabees,
didn't make it home from Iraq.
"I told her how much I loved them and
hated to be gone but that I had to serve my
country, and
how proud I
was of them,"
.. recalled Cun-
diff, who was
born in Lake-
land and raised



nine months in
Iraq, during
which he spent
most of his
Lime serving in
one of the most
--dangerous
roles a soldier
DAVE BUYENS/photo can fill. Cundiff
Cundiff's Seabee unit had is now safely
this bronze medal made in back with his
memory of the seven family in Lake-
members who were killed land.
in May. Among them was "I thank God
former Plant City resident I could come
Ronald Ginther. home and per-
sonally tell


AMILY LIVING them," he said.
WGE I Cundiff did let his wife, Stacey, read the
letter. Then they burned it.
"I cried, but it was a cry of happiness that
HONOR ROLL he was the one that gave it to me and not
ME B someone else," Stacey said.
................. Last Friday, on his 31st birthday and after
SSPORTS just more than a week home, Cundiff reflected
r on his time in Iraq as part of the Naval Mobile
Construction Battalion 14.
A 1991 graduate of Plant City High School,
WORSHIP Cundiff is the son of Melody and Danny Cun-
PAE II diff of Plant City. He joined the Navy at 17,


TONY MARRERO/Staffphot(
Daniel Cundiff said he thought about his family every day while serving as a Seabee reservist
in Iraq. It also a was a difficult nine months for his wife Stacey and three children, Cory,
Brandon and Alyssa.


right out of high school. Service ran in the
family his father served in the Army National
Guard, and his grandfather served in the U.S.
Army during the Korean War.
Cundiff had two years of active duty, serv-
ing on the USS Kitty Hawk as an aviation
boatswain mate during the first Gulf War. He
joined the Seabees as a reservist in 2000, he
said, because "he missed the brotherhood of
the military and all that came with it."
In February, the maintenance mechanic
for Mosaic, formerly IMC Agrico in Mulberry,
got word his unit was being mobilized. He
wasn't surprised, he said. He knew the Sea-
bees, who specialize in rebuilding schools,


hospitals, roads and other infrastructure,
would be in high demand after the violent
and destructive war in Iraq. The unit arrived
there in early March.
"I was excited that I was going to serve my
country, but I hated to leave my family," he
said. "It's the sacrifice we have to make."

A fateful split
Cundiffs unit then split. Cundiff headed to
Al Asad Air Base, east of Baghdad, serving
alongside U.S. Marines, while other members
headed to Ar Ramadi, another base north of
See HOME, Page 17


IN 1HETRIBUNE
Here's a preview of
what you'll find in
The Tampa Tribune's
Plant City section
Saturday:
] Culinary
students at Sim-
mons Career Center
in Plant City hone
their skills by offer-
ing breakfast to the
staff and public two
days a week.


UE~pu~~Kai


Start of one era, end of another
At left, Rich Glbrioso,
center, is sworn in
with other newly
elected members of
Florida's House of
Representatives
Tuesday morning,
Nov.16. At right, the
former Plant City city
commissioner takes
the House 62 seat of
House Speaker Johnnie Byrd, who slams the gavel
one last time before ceding it to Rep. Alan Bense,
R-Panama City.


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First Flat Shows Off Promising New Variety


THURSDAY
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Joe King Road
Hillsborough County
will hold a public meeting
Nov. 18 at 6:30 p.m. at
Bealsville Park, 5009 Nes-
mith Road, to discuss traf-
fic problems along Joe
King Road from Nesmith
Road to Branchwood
Road.
A solution could be the
installation of speed
humps. A recommenda-
tion to the county com-
mission will be based on
this meeting.
Call: Steve Valdez, 272-
5275.

Bowl for a Cure
Marshall Middle School
will hold its "Bowling for a
Cure" fundraiser Nov. 18
from 5 to 9 p.m. at Plant
City Family Bowl, 2250
U.S. 92 EastL
Tickets are $7 and
includes three games and
shoe rental. Proceeds go
to the annual Relay for
Life cancer fundraiser.
Call: 754-3725.

FRIDAY
Dinner honors late Boys
& Girls Club director
The West Plant City
Boys & Girls Club, 901 S.
Waller St,.. will host a
Thanksgiving dinner to
honor the club's former
director, the late John
Griffin, on Nov. 19 at 3:30
p.m.
Barbara Griffin Dixon
and the Griffin family will
sponsor the dinner.
Call: Sharon Moody,
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Monday through Friday.

Chili dinner
Trinity United Method-
ist Church, 402 W. English
St., will host a chili dinner
on Nov. 19 from 4.30 to 7
p.m.
Baked potatoes will be
See CALENDAR, Page 16


NEW BERRY BLOSSOMS
EARLIER IN SEASON
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Having the first flat of straw-
berries of the season makes
for good press, but Brock
Farms co-owner Chris Brock
didn't want to have it just for
the sake of being first.
The farm, after all, has a
reputation to protect.
"You want the first flat to
look good and not be just any
garbage that you can scrounge
up," Brock said. "We focus on
quality, not quantity."
This year, he didn't have to
worry, he said. Brock Farms
took first flat honors Nov. 12
and did it with berries Brock
described as "beautiful" and
"really juicy."
That the first batch of ber-
ries are of such quality is not
just good news for Brock
Farms, but for the industry as
a whole, and for two reasons,
said Ila Crocker, spokes-
woman for the Florida Straw-
berry Growers Association.
First, it's encouraging that
the flat came so soon after
such a wild hurricane season
that left many growers scram-
bling to repair land and stay
on schedule.
"We figured we'd be put off
several weeks, but now that
we're seeing signs of harvest,
it's a very positive sign,"
Crocker said.
Brock's success could also.
be the sign of more far-reach-


Photo courtesy Florida Strawberry Growers Association
Chris Brock, co-owner of Brock Farms, shows off the first flat of
season, comprised of a new, earlier-producing variety called the
Winter Dawn.


ing, beneficial effects for the
industry. The first flat, which
is 12 pints, was made up
entirely of a new variety of
berry, tentatively called
"Winter Dawn."
The variety is the product of
years of research at the Gulf
Coast Research and Education
Center in Dover. Much of the
center's research has focused
on coming up with varieties
that blossom sooner in Flori-
da's berry season, which typi-
cally runs from Thanksgiving
to Easter.
Researchers ; hope that
Winter Dawn will produce
good berries from early:


November through the end of
February, said Craig Chandler,
professor of horticulture at the
center.
"That's the time when it's
most profitable to growers,"
Chandler said.
To be successful, such vari-
eties need to blossom in the.
typically warmer weather of
Florida's November and still ,
be hearty in the coldest part of
the season.
So far, Winter Dawn looks
promising and the fact that it
made up the first flat of the
year and looked good doing it
adds to the variety's credibil-
ity.


Chandler and his colleagues
picked the variety in 1998 out
of some 10,000 seedlings.
Since then, the variety has
been put to real-world tests
through a cooperative bet-
ween the center and growers
such as Brock and his co-
owner Gary Guynn, who this
year have about 14 acres of
Winter Dawn of their 70 acres
of berries.
Another advantage to
Winter Dawn is that it pro-
duces larger berries from a
smaller plant, which makes
harvesting quicker and easier
and the berry itself more aes-
thetically pleasing to the
consumer, Chandler said.
The fruit, however, is not as
firm or flavorful as the Festival
variety, which has become a
grower favorite for its consis-
tent quality and heartiness.
"I don't see (Winter Dawn)
replacing the Festival, but it
fills an important niche,"
Chandler said.
Chandler said that because
Winter Dawn produces early,
growers could get a good yield
from it, and then pull the
plants :to free up the land so
they can get started on a vege-
table crop.
Brock Farms packs and
ships its own berries. It
:donated the first flat to the
FSGA's Strawberry )am. On
Tuesday morning, Brock
Farms'had packed 48 flats and
expected to get about $30 per
flat, which is normal for this
time of year, Brock said.


LirniRimes To Headline Strawberry Festival


CLINT BLACK, MICHAEL W.
SMITH ARE NEW TO EVENT
ByTONYMARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Grammy winning vocalist Leann Rimes
will headline a lineup of country acts to
Jam in the Florida Strawberry Festival's
70th year.
The festival announced this week the
lineup of 12 acts slated to perform on the


Chrysler Sound Stage March
r 'V 3-13. Many will be familiar
to Plant City audiences.
Festival general manager
Patsy Brooks said the bill is
fit to prove this year's
theme, "Seventy Years of
Rimes Fun and Still Jammin'."
"I think it's a great lineup,
and from what we've heard so far the
people think it's a good lineup, too,"
Brooks said.
Rimes, contemporary Christian artist


Michael W. Smith and country singer
Clint Black are new to the festival this
year. Others, including the Oak Ridge
Boys, who will open the event, the Charlie
Daniels Band and Wayne Newton have
been to Plant City's celebration of the
strawberry before.
Here's the schedule:
March 3, The Oak Ridge Boys, 4 and 7:
30 p.m.
March 4, Charlie Daniels Band, 4 and


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At left, Bill Hunter of Plant City, a
former U.S. Marine and veteran of
World War II and the Korean and
Vietnam wars, shows his pride
through the custom paint job on his
pickup truck. At right, members of
the Springhead Elementary chorus
sing the National Anthem to open
Hopewell Funeral Home's 19th annual
Veterans Day program held Nov. 11.
From left are Angelica Reyes, Megan
Rivieccio, Morgan Moody, Mindy
Williamson and Brianna Grady.


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At left, James Williamson, chap-
lain and adjutant of American
Legion Post 26 in Plant City,
salutes as "Taps" is played at
Plant City High School's
Veterans Day ceremony,
organized by the school's JROTC
program on Nov. 10. William-
son's wife, Cathy, president of
the post's auxiliary, is by his
side. Above, Jacob Kesler, a
member of the Plant City High
School JROTC Bravo Company,
holds the company's flag during
the ceremony. Below, Ted
Annalora, chaplain of VFW Post
4590 in Plant City, bows his
head during a moment of
silence at the Hopewell
ceremony after lighting a
candle to honor veterans killed
in the line of duty.


At left, veterans attending the Hopewell ceremony
included Bill Hunter, left, Dewey Mills, H.W. Sosebee,
Jim Wineinger, Anthony Yancey and Ron Bull. Above,
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OPINION


Eating crow is actually not
that bad, provided you
grill it and slop on a lot
of kick-like-a-mule barbecue
sauce. I had my crow break-
fast recently because I had
foolishly predicted that (1) the
tight presidential race would
break decisively one way or
the other, and a landslide
didn't happen; and (2) that it
would break in favor of John
Kerry, and it definitely did not
do that.
So, mea culpa and pass the
Alka-Seltzer.
Now you know why I'm not
a professional gambler. To be
a successful gambler, you not
only need to know when to
hold 'em and when to fold
'em, as the song says, but you
must also always retain the
ability to see the world as it is
without regard to how you
wish it might be. In this
instance, I clearly forgot the
lessons of my childhood.
My father had a unique way
of saying "no." When I asked
for something he wasn't going
to buy for me, or when I
wanted to do something he
wasn't going to allow me to
do, he would always say,
"You're old enough for your
wants not to hurt you." In
short, understand the differ-
ence between reality and
desires and be guided by
reality.
I so wanted President


Columnist


George Bush not to be re-
elected, I shut my eyes to
reality. The reality is that a
majority of Americans like, or
at least don't mind, killing
foreigners, provided the cost
is not too high; they don't give
the flip of a middle finger
about the opinions of the rest
of the world; they don't
understand deficits and the
dangers they pose; they prefer
simplicity to complexity; and
they would rather believe
than think.
Well, we owe the president
congratulations for his
victory, and to each other, a
prayerful "good luck." I don't
intend to spend the next four
years hammering the presi-
dent. His faults will eventually
be plain to all. He will not
See REESE, Page 7


Eating Crow Not Bad


If You Put Sauce On It


Maul: Fight The Urge To


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the general population buys
in charge a steep admission
price for the privilege of being
American.
Partially in protest to such
manipulation and partially in
response to pure fatigue, I'm
officially declaring the
remainder of November
hype-free. After the election
we all need a chance to calm
down before even thinking
about Christmas. Talk about
too much too soon being
piled on right after too little
too often.
I don't know about you, but
I'm still exhausted from all
the marketing, signs,
speeches and offensive
commercials leading up to
the big election. I swear if
someone wearing a Santa suit
gets in my face before at least
well into December I'm liable
to blow some kind of a gasket.
With Halloween now
behind us thankfully the
coast is clear for a relaxed and
uncluttered couple of weeks
including the less complex
celebration of heartfelt
thanks. I for one am going to
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elves and reindeer out of my
hair.
Maybe we could all agree to
take a deep breath and simply
enjoy this beautiful month.
Reality, however, is that
I've already been Ho-ho-hoed
by the automated Santa,
jingled by a snowman and
happy-holidayed by a
seriously irritating elf. The
powers that be in the world of
retail have already declared
"open season," oiled their
shotguns and loaded up with
12-gauge cheer.
And whose fault is that? Are
we victims here or are we
defenseless by choice? Does
the debt-strapped public buy
into holiday hype because
vendors force the issue or
do all friendly businesspeople
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COMMENTARY



Video Games Trivialize War's Reality


BYTONYMARRERO
I find it ironic that one of
the most popular video games
in the country right now has
players whooping it up as
they pretend to shoot guns at
two-dimensional aliens, while
at the same time 7,000 miles
away U.S. troops are fighting
a real war, suffering real
casualties, sending home the
real dead.
A photo on the front page
of The Tampa Tribune last
week showed a group of U.S.
soldiers wheeling one of their
wounded comrades, battered
and bloody from the raging


battle for Falluja, into a
Baghdad hospital. The
caption said the soldiers were
unsuccessful in their efforts to
save him.
Then, on the front page of
the business section, a photo
showed gamers young and
old waiting in the line for the
latest video game, "Halo 2."
The game is a sequel that has
players using lots of firepower
to once again save the world
from invading aliens.
Another photo with the
story featured a cardboard
character Microsoft is using
to promote the game, a


camouflaged soldier with
guns in both hands.
These shoot 'em up games
have been around for years.
But this is the first time that I
personally have witnessed the
hype over one hit at the exact
same time American soldiers
are embroiled in deadly
combat.
It just doesn't sit right with
me.
I have to admit I was
surprised by how bothered I
am by this. I'm young enough
to have played my fair share
See MARRERO, Page 13


MAUL


Continued From Page 6
simply respond to the
demands of a marketplace
gone mad?
This state of affairs cer-
tainly seems to be one of
those chicken and egg
situations, doesn't it? The
truth, however, involves more
personal responsibility. We
can put that chicken back in
its egg any time we chose.
Market dynamics are that
simple.
This is why I am in favor of
the first-ever "Quiet Novem-
ber" celebration. It could
become a national move-
ment: "Hype-free Novembers
for Mental Health."
How about this: What if we


all made the commitment to
put credit cards away until
the end of the month? If we
can't afford it now then
maybe we really should wait
until December. If we can't
afford it in December then
maybe next year.
Somebody stop me.
I can't help but think of that
old children's story about the
emperor and his new clothes.
A lot of advertising presents a
message suggesting each one
of us will only know true
security, belongingness,
fulfillment, promise, hope,
validation or contentment -
peace and joy even if we
purchase the particular


product or service repre-
sented.
The price is so high, both in
money and in terms of the
less tangible investment of
belief, that we as consumers
find ourselves in the same
position as the fabled naked
emperor. We are too deeply
vested to ever admit that we
were duped.
Let's not be fooled. We all
know what really makes us
free.
Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can view
his work at derekmaul.com
or reach him at maulhal-
l@aol.com.


REESE
Continued From Page 6
move to the center, as some
of the chattering class are pre-
dicting. When the president
said he had not made any
mistakes, he was being quite
sincere, not being mule-
headed. He will not change
his policies one bit. Why
should he? In his own mind,
he was right, and now the
electorate has validated that
belief.
As for the Democrats, they
will have to decide if they
wish to be the regional party
of the Northeast and the Left
Coast, or if they would rather
win national elections. It
should be clear to them that if
they are going to write off the
South, they are going to write
off ever winning a national
election. The last ron-
Southern Democrat to win
the White House was John F.
Kennedy, 44 years ago.
For starters, they need to
dump that urban fixation on
gun control. I was willing to
overlook Sen. Kerry's dismal
record on that issue in the
interest of war control, but a
majority of Southerners were
not. They also need to dump
the homosexuals. The South
is the last outpost of Christen-
dom, and a majority of
Protestant Christians are
either homophobic or at least
uncaring about the agenda of
homosexuals. They are going
to have to recognize that,
despite the distortion of
television, blacks are only 13
percent of the population,
and kissing up to the National
Association for the Advance-


Finally, they should
recognize that what
goes for the South
usually goesfor the
rural areas of the rest
of the country.

ment of Colored People is not
going to save them from
electoral defeat. They are
going to have to accept the
fact that what flies in Massa-
chusetts usually crashes in
the rest of the country.
Finally, they should recognize
that what goes for the South
usually goes for the rural
areas of the rest of the
country.
In other words, the divide is
not so much regional as it is
metropolitan and rural small
town.There is justice in the
universe. At least now
President Bush will have to
clean up his own mess. He
will have to find a way to get
out of Iraq and avoid wars
with Iran and North Korea.
He will have to find a way to
get his own deficit spending
under control.
He will have to find a way
to fix Medicare and Social
Security. And he will have to
take responsibility for the
next terrorist act inside the
United States.
As for the rest of us, we'd
better see to our own affairs
and try as best we can to
prepare for, the economic
problems that will engulf us.
Write to Charley Reese at
P.O. Box 2446, Orlando, FL
32802.


Thanks for Helping. Thanks for Playing.

Thanks to all the.sponsors and participants in the recent Plant City Lion's Club Annual Charity Golf Tournament
on October 15, 2004. During a day of golfing fun, we raised $10,500 that will go toward scholarships,
the prevention of blindness and other important community programs in the Plant City area.


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FAMILY


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BETTY BRIGGS/photo
Joyce Payne among friends in the 1914 Plant City High School Community Center during Pioneer
Day Nov. 13.



Day Full Of History


I really enjoyed the East
Hillsborough Historical
Society's 27th annual Pioneer
Day this year and talked to
several people with connec-
tions not only to Plant City,
but the Everglades.
Joyce Payne was telling me
that her grandfather, D.M.
Griffin, was a traveling dentist
and occasionally took his
equipment to the Everglades.
He might not have been so
good at recognizing faces, but
sure recognized his work.
One woman came in,
opened her mouth wide, and
he took a look and said, "Get
up, I'm not working on you -
you never paid me for the last
work I did." (Joyce's husband
is the Rev. Bob Payne).


I acted as hostess in the


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


1914 High School community
center's Heritage Room,
which is now furnished as a
boudoir from the turn of the
century. An older woman
came in and said to me, "You
know, I recognize that bed.
See BRIGGS, Page 9


Special to The Courier
Matthew Powell, right, dished
up a surprise to his parents,
Dallas and Milene Powell,
when he announce his engage-
ment to Christina Lynn
Hartmann.


ENGAGEMENTS

Heaton-Swindle
Brad and Wanda Heaton
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Lori D'Ann
Heaton, to Jonathan Laurence
Swindle. He is the son of Larry
and Debbie Swindle of Dover.
The bride-elect is a 1998
graduate of Durant High
School, and is employed by
Rooms to Go in Seffner.
The prospective groom is a
1998 graduate of Plant City
High School and attended
Hillsborough Community
College. He is employed with
Energy Services Inc., a family
business, as a truck driver and
warehouse operator. He is
also a partner in the family
cattle operation.
An April 2005 wedding is
planned at First Baptist
Church of Dover.


IN UNIFORM

Baldwin
Marine Corps Lance Cpl.
Richard B. Baldwin recently
completed
basic training
at Marine
Corps Recruit
Depot, Parris
Island, S.C.
Baldwin
was recog-
nized as the
honor gradu-
Baldwin ate out of
approxima-
tely 490 recruits and was meri-
toriously promoted to lance
corporal.
Baldwin is the son of Rick
and Charlotte Baldwin of
Plant City, and Tina White of
Tampa. He is the brother of
Josh Kiper, Chase Baldwin
and Tyler Baldwin.
He is a 2002 graduate of
Plant City High School.

Carnes
Air Force
Airman Matt
A. Carnes has
graduated
S. from basic
military train-
a < ing at Lack-
land Air Force
Base, San
S ,: Antonio ,
Texas.
Carnes Carnes is
the son of
Judith Carnes Plant City. He is


Jonathan Swindle and Lori
Heaton


a 2003 graduate of Plant City
High School.

Purdy
Air Force Airman Kit W.
Purdy Jr. has
g gra d-u ated
from basic
militarytrain-
Sing at Lack-
land Air Force
Base, San,
A n t o n i o,
Texas.
Purdy is a-
2003 graduate
Purdy of Durant
High School.
He is the son of Lori Whitmer
of Mulberry.

Rodriguez
Navy Midshipman Jared T.
Rodriguez recently completed
Plebe Summer at the United
States Naval Academy and has
begun four years of prepara-
tion for commissioning as a
Navy or Marine Corps officer.
Rodriguez is a 2004 gradu-
ate of Durant High School.

Wynne
Navy Airman Daniel S.
Wynne, recently completed
U.S. Navy basic training at
Recruit Training Command,
Great Lakes, Ill.
Wynne is a 2004 graduate of
Plant City High School of Plant
City. He is brother of Lisa M.
Szostkiewicz of Plant City.


BIRTHS


The following births were
recorded at Brandon Regional
Hospital:
Aug. 18
A son, Joey Daniel Cato, to
Reana and Justin Cato of Plant
City.
Aug. 19
A son, Jayden Mykel Baker,
to Tania and Leroy Baker of
Plant City.
Aug. 20
A son, Elijah Paul Kolenda,
to Rebekah and Daniel
Kolenda of Plant City.
A son, Nathan Anthony
Emilut, to Wendy Hayes of
Plant City.
A daughter, Janelle Perez, to


Yesenia Perez of Plant City.
Aug. 22
A son, Michael Andrew
Kessler, to Roseann and Dave
Kessler of Plant City.
Aug. 26
A son, Coy Hunter Green, to
Crystal Green and Kevin Green
of Plant City.
Aug. 31
A daughter, Raevyn Micaah
Lewis, to Iris and Ray Lewis Jr.
of Plant City.
Sept. 1
A daughter, Jasmine Dar-
lene Rivera, to Amanda and
Jesus Rivera of Plant City.
Sept. 2
A daughter, Ryan Michelle
Wheeler, to Lucy and Ryan


Wheeler of Plant City.
A son, Esai Flavio Mateus, to
Carmen S. Santos and Gustavo
F. Mateus of Plant City.
Sept. 3
A son, Tyler John Joiner, to
Kellie and John Joiner of Plant
City.
Sept. 6
A son, Jackson Scott Means,
to Mary and Eriks Means of
Plant City.
Sept. 7
A son, Alexander Davis
Nuckles, to Jennifer and
Johnny Nuckles of Plant City.
Sept. 11
A son, Kaleb Joel Guzman,
to Sarah and Joel Guzman of
Plant City.


Sept. 21
A son, Gavyn Tyler Dean, to
Kerri Marcincuk-Dean and
Bryan Dean of Plant City.
Sept. 22
A daughter, Alyssa Renae
Delgado, to Gloria and Santi-
ago Delgado of Plant City.
Sept. 23
A daughter, Jazmin Rae
Villa, to Tania Licier and
Cenovio Villa of Plant City.
Sept. 26
A daughter, Chloe Jeanne
Smith, to Melissa and Mat-
thew Smith of Plant City.
Sept. 28
A son, Connor Ray Mull, to
Cindy and Chip Mull of Plant
City.


Sept. 29
A daughter, Jenna Marie
Quilling, to Jeannie and Nich-
olas Quilling of Plant City.
Oct. 1
A daughter, Freya Rose Zieg-
ler, to Rosie Cody of Plant City.
A daughter, Helen Ballard,
to Dawn and Jon Ballard of
Plant City.
A son, Joshua Levi Ventura,
to Brenda and Raul Ventura of
Plant City.
A son, Kolby Cash Brittain,
to Erin E. Welch and Dustin G.
Brittain of Plant City,
Oct 5
A daughter, Maci Ann
Parker, to Marilyn C. and Mat-
thew Parker of Plant City.









COMMUNITY ROUNDUP

'Fools'
Plant City Entertainment will end its run of
Neil Simon's "Fools" Nov. 19-20 in the Hills-
borough Community College auditorium,
1206 Park Road. Show time is 8 p.m.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for chil-
dren and students through the 12th grade.
Tickets are available at the door or at Hard-
ee's Fashions, 1501 N. Wheeler St. Group sales
available. Call: 754-4929.

Jr. Miss Plant City
The Jr. Elite Women's Club of Plant City
seeks contestants for its 21st annual Jr. Miss
Plant City pageant.
Girls ages 10 to 12 may apply to participate
in the pageant slated for Feb. 5 at 7:30 p.m. at
the Dr. Martin Luther King Recreation Center.
The application deadline is Dec. 20. To obtain
an application, call Sharon Moody, 707-8490 or
453-7134, or Essie Jenkins, 754-4654. Applica-
tions may also be picked up at the West Side
Plant City Boys & Girls Club, 901 Waller St.

Art on display
Members of the Easy Hillsborough Art
Guild and the Plant City Arts Council will have
their art on display at the following locations
through November:
Bruton Memorial Library patriotic Ame-
rican theme.
Florida Blood Services in Plant City- Jamie
Hamblin.
Greater Plant City Chamber of Commerce
- Nelida DiLorenzo.
Park-Side Cafe Melitha Everett
Orange Blossom Tea Room Sadie Chafin
Paso Fino Association Jossie de Q. Azorin.
The Courier/The Tampa Tribune Bar-
bara Martino, Jewell Henson, Elena Diaz and
Lou Ann Watson.
For information, call: Jossie Azorin, 754-
2366.


BRIGGS
Continued From Page 8
It's just like the one my aunt had.
She went to the hardware store to
get a mattress, which was where
you bought them in those days,
and being newly married, she told
the proprietor, 'I need a new
mattress my husband is a most
vigorous man.'" (Don't you love
the 1800s jargon?)
James Jones, retired as principal
of Plant City High School, said the
room was once a typing class.
(Though I typed more than 100
words per minute under the eagle
eye of the teacher, I am still trying
to forget those "pre-White Out"
days with the old manual Royals
and Underwoods. Oh, how easy it
was to transpose letters and Miss
Not-So-Gentle Lambertson stood
over us with a ruler!)
Steve Tracy was telling me about
one of the old buildings downtown
currently being renovated.'Under-
neath the old paint is a sign, hardly
legible, that says something like,
"Arthur Tickle's Tackle Shop." I
think it was a bicycle shop, too.
Wouldn't be too funny if those
words got transposed?



Everyone is welcome in the
Class of '51. Nancy Mclean says the
Plant City High School Class of
1951 has a luncheon the second
Tuesday of every month at the
Orange Blossom Tea Room.
They are a close-knit class and
welcome classes before and after
1951 to join them. Their Christmas
party will be Dec. 14 at 6:30 p.m.
For information, call Nancy at 752-


0890 or Billy Kirby at 752-8479.



Boy, does Randy Joyce's boy
look like a chip off the old block.
Jason and family were here last
week from Dallas. Sorry my photo
didn't turn out, but if you want to
know what Jason is going to look
like when he's a grandpa, it's not
hard to figure out.



Dr. Dolores Lowe has moved her
family practice to an office near
the hospital.
The girls started setting up office
last week, as Dolores and husband,
Larry, were in Iowa where Dolores'
father is ill (our prayers are with
the family). The official opening
will be Nov. 22 at 1601 W. Reynolds
St., Suite 203. For more
information, call South Florida
Baptist Hospital.

*****

Sometimes you surprise the kids
and sometimes the tables are turned.
It was a double surprise for the
Powell family recently. Dallas and
Milene Powell had a surprise 30th
birthday party at Bella Rosa Italian
Restaurant in Plant City for their
daughter, Melissa. Before the night
was over, their son, Matthew,
surprised everyone by proposing
to fellow firefighter/paramedic
Christina Lynn Hartmann,
daughter of Walt and Shelly
Hartmann of Merritt Island.
Future bride and Matt, who
attended Mississippi State Univer-
sity and graduated from Indian
River Community College with


NOVEMBER 18,2004 THE COURIER 9

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Brevard County. Congratulations!



I consider myself a good flag-
waving American, but it's only
been since my children left home
that I have taken a real interest in
American war history. I just
finished the "Pentagon Papers,"
and as Veterans Day approached, I
was talking to my friend, pilot
Jamie Vemer, who has delivered
troops to Kuwait.
. "I wonder what made my father,
a P-51 pilot in WWII, put himself in
harm's way over Japan?" I asked.
Somehow a mother has trouble
with that.
Jamie offered to take me up in his
Skybolt, an aerobatic biplane that
will happily do a 180 mph dive. I
accepted. Of course, I loved it, just
as my father did when training in
his Stearman over Florida.
But I realized there is a big
difference in having an adventure
and risking your life as a true
patriot. As a young man, my father
did both. As a mother, I still would
not want my son or daughters put
in harm's way, but thank God, our
children grow up and make their
own decisions or our country
would not enjoy the freedoms we
have (like taking a "tail-dragger"
adventure now and then). God
bless our veterans and our soldiers
wherever they may be.
I welcome your news, old or
new, from pioneers or newcomers.
Just e-mail me. Send items to
gabylee@aol.com or mail them to
The Courier, c/o Betty Briggs, 101
N. Wheeler St., Plant City, FL
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Mount Olive: 1113 W. Madison St Harmony Bap
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'73-2628 986-7165
APOSTOLIC Hopewell: SR
.sambleaIC 4postola: Knights: Paul
752-4972
1501 Colson Rd, "37-3496 Lebanon: Bra
Apostolic Church 752-2006
of Jesus Christ: Lone Oak: Lo
1212 W. Rernolds, 4"'-5130 754-5278
ASSEMBLY OF GOD .Mount M.oria
Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd. Warren &John
HMount Moriab
Lithia, 685-4240 2042 Colson
Bethany: 9804 Harney Rd, Mount Olive:
Thonotosassa. 986-5"' "54-3834
Calvary Fellowship: ew Hope Fre
1110 N. Gordon St, '52-5005 Baptist Churc
Dover First: SR 5'4 & Pettie Rd, 3101 S;dney
689-0343 New ,Mt. Zion
Faith Temple: 1-4 at 3041 Daniels
Hillsborough-Polk County Northside:
Line. "52-0532 1700 N. Frani
Faith Lighthouse: Oakwood: Airp
3409 SR 39 N. 752-1885 Plant City Prn
First Plant City: 509 N. Evers !
Charlie Griffin Rd. Pleasant Groi
W of SR 39 5, "52-3351 Turkey Creek
Fort Alafta: Corner of South Shiloh: W. TWr
Huy. 39 & Swilley Rd. "3"-4656 Springhead: S
Ke'sville: SR 640, 73"-4803 54.-481'9
Mount Zion: St. Luke Missi
i at lhonolosassa Rd. 752-1614 108 S. Warned
Pleasant Grove: St. Mary's Fre
Turke' Creek Rd. "3'-3529 Hunter & War
I victory worship Center: St. Mary Miss
County line Rd. "54-6089 1804 S.A. 60E
Sydney: Sydney Rd. 1/10 mi. E St. Mary's Pri
of Sydne'-Dover Rd, 659-0532 Church: 907 E
Turkey Creek: 754-1616
Turker Creek Rd. "54-5372 Sydney: 1510
BAPTIST Turkey Creek
Ahara: Turkeyr reek Rd, Baptist Churc
N. of SR 60. "3"-3"39 5447 S. Turkey
Alafia Baptist: 737-1224
222 .4afia Church Rd. 634-8845 Turkey Creek
Antioch: Horton Rd. "37-3240 Trapnell Rd,
Berea: SR 39 S, "3"-1232 Victory Missid
Bethany: Cork Rd. "52-9209 Westside: 2503
Bethel: 804 i: Renfro St, 752-1450
"54-2239 Whitehurst R
Beulah: Alien & County Line Rd, 901 N. White
lithia. "3"-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd, CATHOLIC
"52-28"5 St. Clement: 11
Burchu.ood temple: 752-8251
Euclid Dr & SR 5"4. '52-3782 CHURCH OF C
Calvary Free Will: N. Wilder Rd:
3539 Trapnell Rd E. 752-2771
Cedar Grove: E. Keysville Rd, Cork: Cork Ro
73'. 1234 Laura St: 131
:,,, Central of Lithia: 752-2858
Pinecrest & Keysville Rd Springhead: \
Church on the Rock: 754-1485
301 E. Alsobrook, 752-3740
Community Christian: CHRISTIAN
1310 N. Shannon Ave, 754-5383 (Disciples of (
Crossroads: SR 39 S, Pinecrest. First: 2108 Tl
73"-1211 752-5385
Dover Eastside: Countryside CHRISTIAN IN
Baptist Church, 2820 Cornerstone 6
Gallagher, 5"1-8200 Mclntosh Rd,,
Dover First: N. Gallagher Rd, CHRISTIAN MI
659-0203 EPISCOPAL
Eastside: 1318 E. Calhoun St. New Grace: 12
754-2681
East Thonotosassa: McIntosh CHURCH OF G
& Knights-Griffin Rd, 986-4346 (Cleveland, Te
Faith Temple Primitive: Calvanr Comm,
808 W Washington St. 754-6661 5209 Smith-R
First Baptist Church of Dover: Downid
Midway: Midway Rd, 752- "209 Plant City: 21


lithia:
of SR 39 &
est Rd, 737-1121
ty:
r, 752-4104
sassa Missionary:
986-4756
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hts Griffin Rd,

39 S, 737-3053
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nson SI, "54-4397
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Rd., "52-3985

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port Rd, 752-5499
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St, 754-3261
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Rd, 737-2556
race Dr, 754-'-445
S. Wiggins Road.

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II St, 754-4992
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752-7890
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'urst Rd, 754-5405

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HRIST
938 N. Wilder Rd,

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N of SR 574
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''als Rd
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103 Mudlake Rd.


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"52-4591
Turkey Creek: Turkey Creek Rd
at SR 60, 737-1331
Thonotosassa:
1702 N. Taylor Rd, 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson, Indiana)
Kingsway First: 2808 Kinsway
N., Seffner, 657-7500
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
713 Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St,
752-6438
Gospel Tabernacle:
Allen & Haines St
EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 N. Care St,
752-5061.
HOLINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 i: Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
728 W. Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Restoration Assembly:
106 S. Evers St.
Evangelists forJesus
Tabernacle:
SR 5"-, E. of Dorer, 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Grouth Center:
1310 V. Shannon, 719-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 F. Tomlin St, 754-1133
Deeper Life Fellowship:
Covilla Rd, W of SR 39 V.
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 B. Renfo St. 764-0929
Greater lore Christian Center:
1109 N. Franklin St, 759-8270
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E. IHillsborough A.ve.
754-26'"
Unit, Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St., 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worship
Center: .U.S. 92 E
ORTHODOX
Holy Protection I'krainian
Orthodox Church: 3820 Moores
Lake Rd, Do'er. 659-0123


PENTECOSTAL
Christian life Assembly:
3120 S. Miller Rd.. 65"-4802
Living Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. Evers St, 759-0528
New Hope Worship Center:
803 I: Mahoney St, "5'-6123
Neu' 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 Tyier St, 754-5840
PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant City:
110" Charlie Griffin Rd, "59-9383
First Presbyterian Plant City:
404 W. Reynolds St. "52-4211
SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk with God Ministry:
15140 SR 574, Dover, 659-0930
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant City: 2203 Strawberry Dr,
752-4694
SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W.Johnson Rd,
754-5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST'
St. Mark United Church:
2914 lithia-Pinecrest Rd.,
Valrico. 685-0998
UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 I. Sam Allen Rd,
-54-3233
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 W1
(Off 1-4, Exit 21 South)
(813)752-8251
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185



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Plant City
303 N. Evers Street
Downtown Plant Gty
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Gospel sing
First Baptist Church of
Pleasant Grove, 7725 S. Turkey
Creek Road, will hold a Friday
Night Sing featuring The
Flowers Family on Nov. 19
from 7 to 9 p.m.
Singers who would like to
participate may call Rich
McCoy, (863) 425-9512.
The church can be reached
at 737-2566.

Worship musical
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St., will
host "Evidence of Grace: A
Worship Musical Tracing
God's Hand of Mercy," Nov.
21 at 6:30 p.m.
Call: 752-4104.

Tent crusade
A Tent Crusade continues


through Nov. 21, starting at 7:
30 each night, on McIntosh
Road between Interstate 4 and
U.S. 92. The Rev. Jim Whit-
tington leads the event.
Call: (336) 632-9007.

Mission in Mexico
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St., will
offer a program on mission
work in Mexico featuring testi-
monies, stories, and facts on
Nov. 21 and Dec. 5 from 5 to 6:
15 p.m.
Call: 752-4104

First Baptist offers
training courses
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St., offers
Christian training courses on
Sunday evenings from 5 to 6:
15 p.m.


Current courses are: "A
Heart Like His," a Beth Moore
Bible study for women; "Chris-
tian Money Management"; "A
Study of the Book of Revela-
tion"; "Divorce Care"; and
"Missions in Mexico, our
Neighbor to the South."
Call: 752-4104.

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

Bible study program
The women's ministry of
Bethany Baptist Church offers
a Bible study, "Beloved Disci-
ple: The Life and Ministry of
John," Wednesdays at 9 a.m.


Brunch will be served each
week and child care will be
provided.
The church is at 3409 N.
Cork Road.
Call: 752-9209.

Musical theater program
The First Baptist Church
School of Music will offer a
musical theater program for
its fall semester.
Classes will meet once a
week for 45 minutes and will
prepare to perform the play "A
Partridge in a Pear Tree."
The semester will conclude
with a dessert theater presen-
tation.
Call: 750-4878.

Torah study
Torah study, teaching and
instructions from Genesis to


Deuteronomy, is Tuesdays
from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Plant
City Garden Club, 1112 N.
Wheeler St.
Information: 654-2222 or
www.topraise.net.

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

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


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2nd Annual Plant City Chamber of Commerce Pig Jam
Saturday, Nov. 20
10 a.m.-6 p.m. BBQ Competition Free admission, parking $3
Featuring the Budweiser Sports Arena Tailgate Party
Randy Larson Softball Four-Plex, Plant City
1900 South Park Road/1401 Albertsons Drive
Featuring three categories of competition:
* Albertsons Professional BBQ Cook-off $10,000 purse
* Steve Otto BBQ SmokeOut Amateur Competition
* Bill Heard Chevrolet Kids' Competition.
Pig Jam is sanctioned by the Kansas City Barbecue Society.
Prizes will be awarded in each category
Kids' activities include rock climbing wall, moon walks and more
Crisis Band playing 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Hog Calling Contest
For more information, call 813-754-3707 or visit www.plantcity.org.


Central Florida Custom Homes, Inc.
City of Plant City
Felton's Meat & Produce
Florida Insurance Center, Inc.
Hillsborough Community College
Plant City Campus
JMP Solutions Inca
Mathews Construction
Pepsi Bottling Group
Servpro of N.E.Tampa
South Florida Baptist Hospital
Sparky's Oil Company Inc.
Sunny Florida Dairy Inc.
Tampa Electric
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12 THE COURIER NOVEMBER 18, 2004


DEATHS


Allen
E. Arthur Allen, 90, of Plant City died
Nov. 8.
He was born in Detroit and was a
longtime resident of this area.
He was an electrical contractor and
served in the ship repair unit of the
U.S. Navy in San Diego, Calif., during
World War II. He was past Master of
the Olin S. Wright Masonic Lodge No.
79 of Plant City; a Mason in the Scot-
tish Rite Bodies since 1978; a member
since 1949 of the Egypt Temple Shrine
in Tampa; and a past Worthy Patron of
the Order of the Eastern Star's Sarasota
chapter No. 66 in 1948 and Plant City
chapter No. 81 in 1987.
He is survived by his wife, Georgie;
two sons, David E. and John A.; two
daughters, Bertha Louise and Kathleen
Ramona; a stepdaughter, Frances Mae
Penn; and four grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Harrison
Ruby L. Harrison, 93, of Arcadia died
Nov. 11.
She was born in Dublin, Ga., and
was a longtime resident of this area.


She was a former citrus grader and a
member of Temple Baptist Church in
Arcadia.
She is survived by a son, John D. of
Homosassa; a daughter, Betty Brow-
ning of Auburndale; three brothers,
Royce Dixon of Lithia, Roy and Charley
Dixon, both of High Springs; two sis-
ters, Avis Thomas and Dorothy
Thomas, both of Lake Placid; six
grandchildren; 14 great-grandchil-
dren; and seven great-great-grandchil-
dren. Hopewell Funeral Home.

Hines
James W. Hines, 54, of Lakeland died
Nov. 7.
He was born in Plant City and moved
from Plant City to Lakeland three years
ago.
He was a house painter and a Bapt-
ist.
He is survived by two sons, James
Hines and Robert Moore, both of Plant
City; two sisters, Linda Novak of Plant
City and Wendy Lemire of Tampa; two
brothers, Al of Alabama and Kenneth
of Lakeland; and two grandchildren.
Central Florida Casket Store and
Funeral Home, Lakeland.

Kenemuth
Wayne H. Kenemuth, 89, of Plant


City died Nov. 10.
He was born in Clarion, Pa., and was
owner/operator of a real estate
business.
He is survived by two daughters,
Beverly K. Kenemuth and Sally N. Kim-
brell; a sister, Helen Piazza; two grand-
children; and two great-
grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Kent
Charles "Rusty" Kent, 67, of Dover
died Nov. 7.
He was born in Delta City, Miss., and
moved here from Mississippi in 1962.
He was a retired lineman for GTE, a
veteran of the U.S. Army and a member
of Countryside Baptist Church of
Dover.
He is survived by his wife, Ann; a
son, Charlie of Seffner; a daughter,
Theresa Fleming of Spring Hill; a
brother, Ray of Clinton, Miss.; a sister,
Margie Cooper of Glen Allen, Miss.;
and three grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Marvel
Sherry L. Marvel, 33, of Plant City
died Nov. 4.
She was born in Bartow and was a
lifelong resident of this area.


She was a homemaker.
She is survived by her mother,
Teresa of Plant City; her father, Karl of
Apollo Beach; a son, Seth Thomson of
Lithia; a daughter, Skye-Lyn Allen of
Lakeland; and a sister, Karla Marvel of
Vero Beach.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Touchton
Patricia C. Touchton, 63, of Land 0'
Lakes died Nov. 9.
She was born in Tampa and moved
from Plant City to Land 0' Lakes 40
years ago.
She was a school bus attendant for
Pasco County.
She is survived by a son, Curtis L. of
Wesley Chapel; three daughters, Tina
of Dunellon, Rhonda of Land 0' Lakes
and Sharon Ford of Wesley Chapel;
two brothers, Johnny Godwin of Ocala
and Jerry Godwin of Thonotosassa;
three sisters, Joan Jackson, Gwen
Parton and Barbara Brown, all of Tho-
notosassa; and five grandchildren.

Voyles
Lowell "Ray" Voyles, 71, of St.
Petersburg, formerly of Plant City, died
Oct. 29.
Life Tribute Funeral Care, St. Peters-
burg.


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Knights Elementary
Grade 1 Sydnee Dorofy, Alyssa
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Williamson.
Grade 2- McKenzie Greene, Taylor
Kelly, Leah Martin, Megan Shulmister,
Rebecca Moore, Jonathan Cain, Payton
Roberts and Kaitlynne Fincher.
Grade 3 Savannah Browning, Lexi
Ham, Haley Grissom, Josh Maraman, TJ.
McNamee and Paytyn Wilson.
Grade 4 Kaila McKee, Kellee Brown,
Kade Greene, Gianna Edmunds, Ashley


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Lucas Garcia, Emily Bush and Susan
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Grade 5 Kenneth Floyd, Sarah Floyd,
Brandi Dilts, Austin Ham, Stephanie
Moore, Courtnie Ulrich. and Joey Cole-
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Springhead Elementary
Grade 3 Emily Govreau and Trey
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Grade 4 Megan Rivieccio, Tanah
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Grade 5 Kristen Lewis, Riley Andreu,
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of such games, albeit they
were a lot less lifelike and
graphic. And though I was
much more partial to games
that had me behind the wheel
of a race car, I remember
conflicts with my parents
about them and how I just
couldn't fathom why they
disapproved. Lighten up, I
said. It's just a game.
Maybe I'm just getting old
and more conservative (the
horror!), but I find it in poor
taste to be so excited about
war games when U.S. troops
are involved in a real guerilla
war.
I think such games trivialize
the real violence and sacri-
fices that soldiers make.
Even as I write this there is
a part of me telling myself to
lighten up. It is, after all, just a
game. But I now know that
there is a point in all of our


lives, whether we find out first
hand as servicemen and
women or take the easy way
out and become newspaper
editors, when we realize that
war is real and that the world
is a violent place.
My question is, why add to
it? And why imitate it?
I'm not proposing any
limits on such games. The
freedom to produce and play
them is what our armed
forces fight for.
Parents need to do their
jobs, as mine did. Gamers I've
talked to say the games are an
escape from reality and the
horrors of real war are not lost
on them.
But I ask those adults,
young and old, who play them
to stop for a moment the next
time they go to flip on the
switch of their Xbox.
Use that imagination of


yours. You're in an alley in
Falluja. You can't see the
bullets coming at you, but you
can hear them. You might
catch glimpses of your
enemy, aiming right for you
before you duck behind a
wall.
You might even have a
close call when an explosion
erupts nearby or a bullet
grazes your thigh. Worst of all,
you might have to run for
cover after retrieving a dead
comrade so he can be sent
home in a flag-draped coffin.
Whatever your imagination
conjures up, just take a
moment before escaping into
that animated fantasy world
to consider the ugly reality in
which our soldiers now find
themselves.

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of The Courier.


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You'll be able to turn dollars into
"pig bucks" next week and enjoy some
of the best barbecue cooking this side
of Pecos, Texas, at the Randy Larson
Four-Plex.
The second annual Pig Jam State
BBQ Championship will be contested
during the Nov. 20 event. The Pig Jam
is a fundraising benefit put on by the
Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Parking is
$3 and admission is free.
"We are all looking for a good time


that Saturday," said event coordinator
Chris Sparkman. "But it is a real com-
petition. Experts in the craft of cooking
barbecue, professional cooks from all
over the country, are invited to partici-
pate."
It is said some of these barbecue
gurus take the competition seriously.
The entrance fee for professionals is
$250 and $50 for amateurs. Children 15
and younger will be able to compete
for free.
"We have four categories of meat
presented during the competition,"
Sparkman said. "Each group, pros,
amateurs and youngsters, will be
judged in the preparation of beef bris-
ket, pork, chicken and ribs."
Prizes for the professionals will be
$500 for first place in each category..


Second place will get $400, $300 for
third, and so on through. fifth place.
The professional grand champion will
receive $2,500 and the reserve
champion $1,500.
"They take this stuff pretty serious,"
Sparkman said. "There are bragging.
rights that go along with the prizes.
They are coming here to win this
thing."
The young competitors will receive
guest passes to Busch Gardens and
Universal Studios as their prizes.
Last year the event drew more than
6,000 spectators, said Marion Smith,
chamber president.
"We are expecting about 50 teams to
compete for the prizes," Smith said.
"But regardless of who wins, it is a
great time for the family. Not to


mention some really good eating."
About 80 percent of the money
made from the event will go back to the
competitors, Sparkman said. The other
20 percent will benefit the chamber.
For those who are afraid they might
miss some college football while they
are eating barbecue, Sparkman said
there will be two 50-inch televisions
set up so fans won't miss any of the
action.
The organizers also will award three
bicycles to young chance drawing
ticket holders.
The Four-Plex is at 1900 S. Park
Road.
For more information, call the
chamber at 754-3707.


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PLAN CHANGES ADD
CONSTRUCTION TIME
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The Plant City Police
Department will have to wait
until April to move into its new
home two months later than
originally estimated thanks
to changes in construction
plans.
The new headquarters are
being built into the shell of
what used to be the AutoNa-
tion restoration center on Wil-
lamette Drive for an estimated


$5.2 million price tag.
Most of the renovation
budget is being spent to divide
the buildings on the AutoNa-
tion site into needed adminis-
trative offices, a dispatching
and 911 center, a squad room,
a forensic laboratory, a full-
scale firing range, evidence
and vehicle storage space,
records storage, a fitness
center, suspect interrogation
rooms, property storage facili-
ties and eight holding cells.
Part of the renovation proj-
ect will be completed by the
beginning of the year, allow-
ing the vehicle maintenance
department to 'move into a,


30,000-square-foot building
on the site. But plans for the
police department's move in
January have been set back
until April, construction offi-
cials said.
"The city has decided to
include an emergency opera-
tions center at the headquar-
ters site," said David Oellerich,
owner and president of Math-
ews Construction of Tampa,
the project's general contrac-
tor. "Those changes have
added to the schedule needed
for completion. The fleet
maintenance department will
still be able to move in on
- schedule."


The city,cominmssion voted
to approve construction of the
emergency center at the new
police facilities after the expe-
rience this summer with a
rash of hurricanes in the area.
City hall was used as an emer-
gency center from August
through September. The lack
of room and the over-abun-
dance of windows threatened
by high winds called for the
change, officials said. Despite
the delay, city officials are high
on the prospect of a first-class
facility for the police and the
fleet maintenance depart-
ments.
"This was an opportunity


that we just couldn't turn our
backs on," said City Manager
David Sollenberger. "To pur-
chase a developed facility that
cost $10 million less than 10
years ago for just under $3
million was a tremendous bar-
gain. It was also a perfect fit for
the city's need for a new police
headquarters and, separate
from that, a vehicle mainte-
nance center."
The police headquarters
building is 68,000 square feet
with 20-foot ceilings through-
out much of the site. The ren-
ovations needed to make the
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Taking aim at history
Grant Karppe, 6, checks out a cannon
during the East Hillsborough Historical
Society's 27th annual Pioneer Day on Nov.
13 at the 1914 Plant City High School
Community Center. There were arts and
crafts displays and demonstrations, live
music and other entertainment, and lots
of food.


DELAY
Continued From Page 14
multiple department moves possible is costing
the city taxpayers about $5.2 million. The
money is being financed by a 30-year bond.
Mathews Construction is the same general
contractor who the city hired to build the Nettie
Mae Draughon Municipal Building on Rey-
nolds Street.
"We have made a real effort to include every
conceivable need into this project," said Police
Chief Bill McDaniel. "Public parking, a secure
entrance, waiting areas, information and
records will all be accessible to the public. Offi-
cers will also be able to enter a secure holding
area by driving patrol vehicles right into the
building before processing or questioning sus-
pects."
Those plans now contain the emergency
operations center. The EOC will be used by city
emergency officials, including the police chief,
the fire chief, the city manager, other depart-
ment heads and security personnel. They will
be responsible for city operations during
natural disasters or civil defense alerts.
Construction plans for the center include a
kitchen and sleeping quarters for the EOC staff.
Extra communication networks' will also be
included.
A tour of the facility gives a sharp contrast
between the new building and the old, 23,000-
square-foot headquarters on South Collins
Street.
"The old building (formerly a Publix grocery


store) has outlived its usefulness," McDaniel
said. "We knew that we had to plan for a move.
Having the AutoNation property come avail-
able when it did was perfect timing."
Sollenberger sees the facility as a productive
and useful site for years to come.
"We are replacing an out-of-date facility with
one that will be useful to the city for the next 40
to 50 years," Sollenberger said. "It will remain a
very functional facility even as Plant City
expands and grows over the coming years. The
renovations will make it a state-of-the-art
facility, with laboratories for identifying evi-
dence, secure sally ports for transporting sus-
pects and witnesses into and out of the facility,
and many of the things needed for a useful and
productive police department."
The building on the east side of the property
will replace a smaller work facility now used by
the vehicle maintenance department on Victo-
ria Street. The maintenance area will be sepa-
rated from the police facility by a large security
fence and will have separate entrances. It is
being renovated to allow work to be done on
city vehicles, from dump trucks to lawnmow-
ers.
The building will house a parts and service
department, administrative offices, bulk stor-
age areas, a welding shop and additional stor-
age space. Changes planned at the water
treatment facility grounds, now shared by vehi-
cle maintenance, would have forced the
department to find new space to work. The
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CALENDAR
Continued From Page 3
served with ,cole slaw and corn
bread. There will be iced tea,
coffee and lemonade with
homemade desserts. Cost is $6
for adults and $3 for children
6 to 10 years old.
Call 754-6687.

Thanksgiving celebration
The Plant City Cornerstone
Center, 315 N. Collins St., will
host a "Thanksgiving Cele-
bration" Nov. 19.
The theme of the nondeno-
minational event is "Count
Your Blessings." There will be
a chili meal at 6 p.m. and
special guest singers Sweet
Spirit and Carolyn Gillman.
An offering will be accepted
to benefit the restoration of
the center.
Call: Norm Blanton, 752-4671.

SATURDAY
Car show
The Plant City Chamber of
Commerce hosts the Straw-
berry Classic Car Show in
downtown near McCall Park
on the third Saturday of every
month from 4 to 9 p.m.
The next show will be Nov.
20.

Unity fundraiser
Unity in the Community, a
fundraising group whose
mission is to help feed Plant
City's needy, now offers food
during the Bike Fest and
Strawberry -Classic Car Show
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The second annual Pig Jam,
including professional and
amateur kids' competitions,
will take place Nov. 20 from 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Randy
Larson Four-Plex, 1900 S. Park
Road and 1401 Albertsons
Drive. The event is sponsored
by the Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce.
Call: 754-3707.

Trike-a-Thon
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YMCA, 1507 YMCA Place, will
host a Trike-a-Thon Nov. 20 at
9 a.m. in the building's park-
ing lot.
Children should bring their
trike or bike and a helmet.
A $5 donation will be
accepted to benefit St. Jude
Hospital.
Staff from South Florida
Baptist Hospital, Plant City
Police and Fire Rescue depart-
ments will be on hand to talk
about bike safety.
Call: 757-6677.

Parking lot sale
South Florida Baptist
Hospital will hold its "Parking
Lot" sale Nov. 20 from 7:30
a.m. to 2 p.m.
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HOME
Continued From Page 1
Falluja, home to some of the strongest
insurgent opposition.
It was a fateful separation. The first
weekend in May, the second battalion
lost seven men: two who died when
their convoy ran over a roadside bomb,
and another five who died in a mortar
attack. Another 33 were wounded.
One of the five killed was Reservist
Ronald A. Ginther, the former Plant
City resident and first local casualty of
the war.
Cundiff had come to know Ginther
while the two drilled together in
Tampa.
The soldiers at Al Asad got word of
the fate of their comrades and held a
memorial service for them. Later, they
would have a bronze medal inscribed
with the names of the seven soldiers.
Several of the casualties were part of
the Tactical Movement Team, or TMT,
which provides convoy security detail
to VIPs, high-ranking officials and
civilians as they travel.
"I volunteered for it because they
needed to rebuild," Cundiff said. "We
never hesitated."
He knew it would mean a much
more dangerous tour- literally- of the
country. The TMT spends most of its
time in convoys, crisscrossing Iraq in
Humvees and other heavily armored
vehicles.
The danger didn't diminish during
the few times Cundiff was on base. As
part of the assignment, he was trans-
ferred from Al Asad, which rarely saw
mortar attacks, to Ar Ramadi, where
the booms of mortar and rocket attacks
were a daily reminder that Americans
were targets.
Soldiers get used to being on edge,
he said.


DAVE BUYENS/photo
Rachel Cundiff makes a welcome home sign for her brother before a party
hosted last weekend by their parents, Danny and Melody, at their home in Turkey
Creek. Daniel Cundiff turned 31 on Nov. 12.


"You hear a boom and you're con-
stantly looking around wondering
where it hit. It's an adrenaline rush
every day over there," he said.
On the road as part of the convoy,
made up of six Humvees with three to
four soldiers in each, Cundiff himself
was even more of a target, as he acted
as a gunner.
There were several close calls. Once,
while at the base, an air burst, or a
device that sails through the air and
explodes over its target, rained shrap-
nel down close to the U.S. troops. On


another occasion, Cundiffs convoy
came under small arms fire.
But after logging some 10,000 miles
around the country in just five months,
Cundiff's convoy seemed incredibly
lucky. They would hear about roadside
bombs affecting convoys ahead of
them or after they passed through, but
his convoy came away unharmed.
"Everyone said the reason we didn't
take any more fire is we because we
had seven angels watching over us,"
Cundiff said.


NOVEMBER 18, 2004 THE COURIER 17

A family waiting
Meanwhile, Stacey Cundiff was
back at home with the couple's three
children, Cory, 9, Brandon, 6, and
Alyssa, 3.
On average, the couple would speak
once a week on the phone. Stacey
would go everywhere with the phone
so as not to miss a call. Once, she ran
over the family's cordless phone when
she forgot she'd placed it on the trunk
of her car.
Stacey, who was raised in Cork and
graduated from PCHS in 1995,
adjusted as best she could to taking
care of her family without her
husband. She said she is fortunate that
Daniel's parents and her mother and
father, Shirley and Thomas Ross of
Plant City, were able to help her.
Tears flowed often. Cory and Bran-
don played in a football. league this
year and it was tough for the family not
to have Dad there.
"There wasn't a game that went by
that I didn't cry," said Stacey, who
attended Ronald Ginther's funeral,
alone, in her husband's stead.
As her husband lived on edge, so did
Stacey, wondering if she might get the
dreaded visit from military officials.
"Everybody in my neighborhood
knows not to ring the doorbell," Stacey
said. Instead, neighbors knock,
because the military would almost cer-
tainly ring the bell, she said.
Her husband didn't share a lot of
details, partly because of military
policy, but also to. spare her more
worry. She was glad for it.
"There were just certain things we
didn't need to know," she said. "And I
was already a nervous wreck."
Cory's friends dealt with the mystery
of his father's service in war as typical
children do: with questions.
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7:30 p.m.
March 5, Aaron Tippin, 4 and 7:30 p.m.
March 6, Louise Mandrell, 4 p.m. only
March 6, Clint Black, 7:30 p.m. only
March 7, Vince Gill, 4 and 7:30 p.m.
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and 7:30 p.m.
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p.m.
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Rimes burst onto the country music scene in
1996 at the age of 13. Her vocal style on her
debut "Blue" reminded many of country music
giant Patsy Cline. Now 21, Rimes has two
Grammy awards to her credit, including Best
New Artist honors in 1997.
Brooks said the festival's entertainment
committee has tried for several years to get
Rimes to perform at the event without success.
One snag was the festival's two-show format.
This year, she accepted both shows.
"That really thrilled us," Brooks said.


Smith, with his songs of faith, should bring
an added element of diversity to the bill, Brooks
said.
"We hadn't had (a Christian act) in a long
time and wanted to give it a try," she said.
The lineup isn't coming cheap. The festival is
spending roughly $900,000 for this year's enter-
tainment, Brooks said.
For that reason, officials decided to increase
the gate admission price for adults. Advance
admission for those 13 and up is $8. Tickets will
cost $9 at the gate.
Also, a new youth gate ticket for ages 6 to 12
is $4 in advance, $5 at the gate. In the past, chil-
dren under 10 were admitted free with an
adult.
A limited number of free seating is available
at all shows.
Ticket forms are available through the festi-
val's ticket office at 754-1996 or 754-2190 or
(813) 759-6313, or on the festival's Web site,
www.fistrawberryfestival.com. Information
about the individual artists is also available on
the Web site. The ticket office will open Jan. 3
for walk up and drive up sales. Ticket office
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Friday. The ticket office is located at 2202 W.
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"They'd be like, 'What if your dad gets shot
or something,'" Cory said. "I'd say, 'Don't say
that,' or 'Be quiet.'"
Now, Dad is back and "it's almost like being
a new couple," said Stacey, who attended
classes that coach spouses of returning serv-
icemen and women on what they might expect
and how to deal with it. There was a bit of a
readjustment process, she said, but "you can
tell things are getting back to normal."
Melody Cundiff didn't watch much news,
trying to honor a request from her son, who
asked her to avoid reports that would worry
her. She said her son came back a changed
man after the first Gulf War, and said he
appears even more mature now.
"He seems more sure of himself, more aware
of what he expects to do and wants to do," she
said.
Danny Cundiff did watch the news and said
it was difficult to hear reports of troops being
killed almost daily.
"Anytime a solider gets killed, it hurts," he
said. "It's like they're kin to you."
Last week, Cundiff spoke at his children's
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Hallback Races To Rushing Title


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Plant City High School senior running back Derrick Hallback set
a school single-season rushing record of 2,249 yards this season.
Hallback helped lead the Raiders to a winning record, 6-4,


10 AREA FOOTBALL PLAYERS

HEAD TO ALL-STAR GAME
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The schedule could not have fallen more
perfectly for Derrick Hallback in his attempt to
win the county rushing title. Plant City's fan-
tastic senior could have failed to reach his per-
game average last Wednesday against King and
still won the crown.
But against the county's worst defense Hal-
lback did not slack, not by a long shot. He
would run for 331 yards as the Raiders crushed
King, 54-7, last Wednesday to finish the year at
6-4.
Hallback set the Plant City High School
single-season rushing record with 2,249 yards.
He also ran for 28 touchdowns this season, five
in the game against King, and also topped
3,100 rushing yards for his career, another
Raider record.
Ironically, both the single-season and career
marks Hallback broke were held by Wayne
Ward, who was Hallback's running backs
coach this season.
Hallback gets yet another chance to impress
college recruits on Dec. 11 in the Hillsborough
vs. Orange County all-star game. Other Raider
players who will be in the county all-star game
are Jordan Strawn, Austin Knipp, Scott


Williams and Kalif Sheppard
Durant had five players invited to the game,
one of them the guy who came in second place
to Hallback in the county. Matt Stwan carried
the ball 40 times last week as the Cougars
pulled away from a scrappy Plant team to win,
30-6. Stwan also set his school's single-season
mark, finishing with 1,853 yards as Durant fin-
sihed the year 7-3.
Stwan closed out his regular-season career
with one of his most workmanlike perform-
ances. Plant caught him in the backfield on
several occasions, but he popped back up and
eventually wore the Panthers down.
"We wanted him to get the ball as much as
possible and try and stay with Hallback, but
obviously that was a tough chore," said Durant
head coach Mike Gottman.
Center Jason Fox, tight end Chris Thompson
and defensive linemen Mark Hughes and
Frank D' Amico will also represent Durant in
the Dec. 11 game at Raymond James Stadium.
Though not happy the season is over, espe-
cially considering Durant played in four play-
off games in 2003, Gottman felt some sense of
accomplishment.
"I just got through watching the tape of the
Lakeland game," he said Tuesday. "And I'm
proud of how we went over there and battled.
Had we just made a couple more plays we
would have won that game, which would have
just been outstanding. I like the way we were
diligent and never gave up."


New Coaches Lead Area Hoop Squads SHARP CUTS


SOLID PLAYERS RETURN
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Not that they celebrated the
fact, but the- new head boys
basketball coaches at Plant
City and Durant both gained
some key players last week. Of
course, that came because the
schools' football seasons have
come to an end.
Jeff Shotwell, who coached
the Raiders last year after
being Durant's girls coach
before that gained three-
fifths of his Durant starting
lineup. Last year, Durant did
not see its football season
conclude until several weeks
into the hoops schedule.
And Gary Meyer, who, after
substantially more time away
is now back at Plant City, now
has last year's leading scorer
at his disposal.
- Jason Brown, who will for
the third year in a row be the
Raiders' point guard on the
court after quarterbacking the
football team, joined the Raid-
ers for practice late last week
along with Dane Jones.
"The football guys have
added some more intensity,"
Meyer said. "If you don't push
the ball up the court with


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Nov. 30 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
and Dec. 4 from 9 a.m. to noon
at Mike Sansone Park.
Cost is $80 for first child;
$70 for siblings.
A copy of child's birth certif-
icate and proof of residency
are required. League play
begins in mid-February and
runs through May.
Call: 752-8941.


Jason Brown and try to get the
transition game going, you're
missing the boat."
During Meyer's very
successful stays at Lake
Gibson and George Jenkins,
defense and transition basket-
ball were big parts of the phi-
losophy. Starting up the
Jenkins program in 1993 when
the school opened, Meyer
eventually worked the Eagles
into a semi-regular postsea-
son presence, including three
trips to the region finals.
Plant City hasn't been to the
playoffs since 1997, and if the
Raiders are to make them this
year Meyer will need some
solid depth in order to run his
style.
"We really want to get after
it on defense, play a full-court
game. We feel like we've got
some players, including some
ninth-graders."
Cody Elliott and Jeff Knight
are a couple of the upperclass-
men expected to get heavy
minutes.
Meyer will get two good
looks at his roster against
some strong competition next
week in a preseason tourna-
ment at his old stomping
grounds. Jenkins will play the
Raiders Monday night at 7:30


SOFTBALL
Pride players wanted
The Plant City Pride 16-
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seeks talented players.
Tryouts: Ken, 967-7886, or
e-mail Carl,
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SOCCER
Lancers players sought
The Plant City Lancers
under-12 travel soccer team
seeks two experienced players


and then Plant City plays
Auburndale Tuesday at 6.
The Raiders are also sched-
uled to play a holiday tourna-
ment atAuburndale Christmas
week.
For Durant, three members
of the football team hit the
hardwood last week, including
last year's leading scorer and
rebounder, Josh Fussell.
Fussell held those titles as a
sophomore, and he returns
with point guard Pedro Coro-
nado and Clint McKay. Mark
Hughes, a lineman for the
football team, is also looked
upon as a contributor.
"We're looking for some
leadership from those guys.
They come from a winning
program," Shotwell said. "I
think we're a little more ath-
letic. I know we're more expe-
rienced than what I had at
Plant City last year, though of
course they get those guys
back. So far, the intensity in
practice has been great."
Durant opens Nov. 29
against Chamberlain.
Both girls teams begin their
seasons next week. The Lady
Raiders host Armwood on
Monday then go to Newsome
the following day. Durant is at
Wharton on Tuesday.


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

Valrico Soccer Club
The Valrico Soccer Club
seeks enthusiastic and com-
mitted players for its under-10
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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Durant Girls soccer

Team Rebuilds


Following up a year where
the team went all the way to
the state finals is difficult
enough. But doing it without
the bulk of the team doesn't
help.
That's the situation facing
new Durant girls soccer
coach Ron Evans, whose
Cougars got to a 2-0 start last
week in spite of the missing
pieces from last year's
squad.
Of course it's not like'
Evans has no talent to work
with. For instance, Gabi
Rivera, last year's leading
scorer, is back as well as
goaltender Megan Bowers,
but a tremendous group of
seniors is gone.
"Yeah, pretty much
everybody's gone. It's going
to take a little while for us to
gel," Evans said. "We have
about 9 or 10 players who
are starters, it's just a matter
of getting the last couple of
pieces of the puzzle in order.
This is a team that will
progress as the season goes
along."
Evans takes over for Dick
Sheffield, who has been with
the Cougar girls since the
program's inception. "Shef"
will be still on the sideline as
an assistant to Evans.
"I think Shef's enjoying
not having to make as many
decisions. We kind of agreed
when I joined the program
last year that we would
switch roles," said Evans,
whose daughter Kellie was
one of the stalwarts of the
Durant team that made it to
the state semis in 1997.
Kellie Evans just finished up
a great playing career at'
Auburn. In four years, Evans
said he only missed about a


DAREK
SHARP

half dozen of her games.
And on the subject of
family ties, Durant has
plenty. In fact, three sets of
sisters populate the roster.
Rivera's younger sister Dani
joins the Cougars from
Newsome, where she played
as a freshman. Bowers'
younger sister Kelcie is a
freshman and so is Amy
Marsh, the sister of starter
Staci.
Durant beat Plant, 3-0,
last Tuesday and then
defeated Newsome, 2-0.
Durant hosts Riverview
Friday at 6 p.m., with the
boys game starting at 8.
Plant City is at Sarasota
Riverview on Friday, then is
off until after Thanksgiving.
Best of luck to Gary Meyer,
who, like yours truly,
remembers the glory days of
high school basketball in the
area, specifically at Plant
City. While Meyer is not
making any big promises,
his return to the school is
creating a sense of excite-
ment. He senses it in the
support he's getting in the
Plant City community and
the communication he's had
See SHARP, Page 20






20 THE COURIER NOVEMBER 18, 2004


PLANT CITY DIGEST


Boy, What A Role
As excited as she was about her granddaugh-
ter Emily's role in the upcoming production of
"Madame Butterfly," Bobbie Cook drew the
line at the hair.
"They asked if I'd cut her hair. I said I don't
think so," Bobbie Cook said.
Six-year-old Emily will
play Dolori, the son of
Madama Butterfly, in .
the Tampa Opera's pro-
duction at the Tampa I
Bay Performing Arts f
Center. The show runs
Nov. 19-21, but Emily is
in two shows, one Friday
at 8 p.m. and one Sunday
at 2 p.m.
It's a small, nonspeak-
ing part, but comes at
the climax of the opera,
when Madama Butter- Emily Cook
fly's American husband
returns after a three-year absence to take
Dolori home to the United States.
Tampa Opera often opens small parts to
local people and a representative called Jackie
Everidge at Jackie's Dance Studio last week to
see if Everidge had someone who might do
well. They needed a young actor,, but one who
would do well in a professional environment,
and at short notice.
"Emily is very studious and hardworking for
her age," Everidge said. "You tell her to do
something and she does it."
Cook said producers selected Emily right
away.
"They ran through it one time and she picked
it up right away. They were excited she was
such a quick study."
Emily, a student at Knights Elementary, is
nonchalant about the whole affair, Cook said.
"She's so young she doesn't know how
important this is," Cook said.


Tickets to the show run from $24.50 to $75.
Call the Performing Arts Center at 229-7827.
Hit-And-Run
John Boswell saw what hit him, but only too
briefly.
For that reason, there is little hope the driver
of the van that hit Boswell as he bicycled along
Maryland Avenue Nov. 7 will be caught.
Boswell, 52, suffered a broken leg in the acci-
dent and is home recovering.
"I was kind of shocked when he hit me and I
looked up and saw that he kept going," Boswell
said.
The accident happened about 7:15 a.m., just
moments after Boswell mounted his Trek bicy-
cle and left his home on Bracewell Drive for a
recreational ride. He said he tries to ride early
on the weekends to avoid traffic.
In fact, the vehicle he heard coming up
behind him and then saw driving away after it
knocked him down was the first vehicle he saw
that morning.
Boswell describes the vehicle that hit him as
a dark colored, early model Dodge Caravan or
Plymouth Voyager. At press time, police had no
leads and no witnesses.
The seasoned cyclist was wearing a helmet,
which he thinks saved him from further injury,
and was able to immediately dial 911 from his
cell phone. He said his accident should be a
reminder to drivers to watch out for cyclists,
and for cyclists to wear a helmet.
" Boswell, who owns and works at a barber-
shop in Largo once owned by his grandfather,
now has two pins in his leg and will be out of
work for at least six weeks while he heals.
He said the shop's temporary closure
shouldn't affect his dedicated customer base
too much.
"I'm cutting people's hair that my grandfa-
ther used to cut," he said.

Compiled by Tony Marrero


SHARP
Continued From Page 19
with some of the past greats
like Horace Broadnax.
And, of course, Dave
Robbins will be alongside
Meyer. Last year, when
Meyer was at Lake Region
and Robbins was a Plant City
assistant, was an anamoly.
That was the only time in the
last 29 years the two have not
worked together.
"The big thing for us, it's
fun for us to coach. We kind
of know what each other is
thinking," Meyer said.
Really? After 30 years
together?
It's been a while since
Plant City has had a winning
season in basketball, boys or
girls, but the signs are in
order with coaches like
Meyer and new girls leader
Ginger Bennett-Forte.
Since it wasn't a playoff
game, and it was played on a
Wednesday night, if you
weren't at the Durant-Plant
contest Wednesday you
missed what could have been
the highlight play of the year
for the whole county.
Plant receiver Tavaris
Gant, who wears the same
number as Keyshawn
Johnson (19) and resembles
him physically with his
impressive 6-foot-3 frame,
scored the only touchdown
against the Cougars. But
that's not "the" play.
In the first quarter, Gant
went up to try and grab a 50-


yard pass. He was not in the
best position, but shifted his
body around the Durant
defender and made a leaping
attempt. Gant missed, then
the ball was almost inter-
cepted before Gant, flat on
his back, kept his concentra-
tion and magically snagged
the ball before it landed.
The Plant crowd went
crazy. It was a play (you
really had to be there) where
even Durant followers could
only applaud. "That was just
one of those plays. When he
caught it you just go, 'Oh, my
goodness,'" said Durant
coach Mike Gottman.
Here's guessing he used
stronger language ....
As for the playoffs, sure
enough Middleton the
team Durant convincingly
beat less than two weeks
before won its first-round
game. Class 5A-District 7 had
mixed results, with East Bay
giving unbeaten Hills-
borough a challenge but
falling, 41-34, and Lakeland
overcoming a great Cham-
berlain effort to win, 34-24.
Though it will be hard not
to think, especially for
Cougar fans, "We could be in
their place," it might be
exciting to check out the
Middleton game this week as
the Tigers host Fort Myers.
Or you can do what I'm
considering, heading over to
Berkeley Prep where the
Bucs are unbeaten but will
get a challenge from Evangel
Christian. The Lakeland
school features many players
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I ILegals I I Legals I I Legals I I iLegals I
RESOLUTION NO.216-2004 Gisontony, FI NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS
Adopted by the City Com- #E-600 PASTOR FRANK TRADE NAME
A RESOLUTION OF THE mission on November 8, WINN:PlantCity
CITY COMMISSION OF THE 2004. #10 ELNORA LEWIS: Plant Notice is hereby given that
CITY OFPLANT CITY FLOR- City the undersignedengaged
IDA, PROVIDINGNOTICEOF MichaelS.Sparkman #122 JOHN JEMER: Plant in business at 3206 unset
HEARING ON PROPOSED Mayor-Commissioner City JOSE SANTIAG Oaks Drive, Plant City, FI
TAX EXEMPTION PURSU- #116 JOSE SANTIAGO: 33565. Who mailing ad-
ANT TO THE HISTORIC ATTEST: PlantCity dress is P.O. Box 547,-Plant
PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION #407 PAUL HAVANIC, JR: City, Fl 33564-0547.
ORDINANCE OF PROPERTY Virginia L Helper laBelle FI -
LOCATED AT 702 WEST CityClerk #113 SYLVIA HOOKER: Underthenameoft
REYNOLDSSTREET. PlantCity BOXED RETREATS AND
Approved as to form and #107 Thomas Costello: MORE
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE correctness: Brandon FI
CITY COMMISSION OF THE #115 NANCY BRANDON: Intends to register said
CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR- Kenneth W. Buchman PlantCity name with theTlorida De-
IDA: City Attorney #41 JOHN RODRIQUE: apartment of State in accor-
Brandon dance with and as required
SECTION 1. The City Con- N07966 11/11/2004 #67&69ROLANDOCARDE- by Chapter 90-267, Laws of
mission of the City of Plant NAS: Plant City Fforida Statutes, Section
City, Florida, does hereby NOTICEOFHILLSBOROUGH #74 THERESA STEVENS: 865.09
give notice of the hearing COUNTY'S INTENT TO IS- Plant City
onproposedtaxexemption SUE AN EXEMPTION PER- #83 JANET HARGRETT: /S/JohnW.McCaughey
pursuant to the Historic MIT WITHIN CERTAIN Plant City
property Tax Exemption MANATEE PROTECTION #129MICHAELKEMP: NO:802611/18/2004
rnance on propery o-AREAS Dover, FL
cated at 702 We Reynols #336I ORICEMOORE: NOTICE OF PUBUC SALE
Street, n accoance with Notice is hereby given that Sydney, FI Notice is hereby iven that
Chapter.38, Article V, Plant on or after December 2, sale will be held-on Tues-
Cty Code. 2004, Hilsborouh County This sale is being held to day, November 30 2004
Intends to issue an exemp- satify aLandlord's Lein 10am at SEFFNERSEL
SECTION 2 The City City Co- tion permit to Richard Stan Reynolds STORAGE, 1490 E. Dr M.L
mission will hold the public Chutter exempting said No:7954 11/11;18,2004 King Blvd Seffner FL3584
hearing on the above tax permitted from compli- tosatisfylen.
exemption application at ance with manatee related NOTICEOFLATE
its meeting in the Sadye speed restrictions while DECLARATION FILIATION UNIT40
Gibbs Martin Auditorium of conducting commercial Take notice that Roberto CHARLESANDREWS
the Nettie Berry Draughon fishing activitieswithinthe St-Pierre,whose residence Household & Misc Items
Municipal Building, 302 following Hillsborough address is 1205 Montdale
West Reynolds Street County manatee protec- Ct., Valrico, Florida, de- Management reserves the
("City Hal") Plant City, tion areas: Alafia River cared to the director of right to refuse any bid.
Forida, on November 22 MPABullfrog Creek MPA, civil status of the province items must be removed
2004, at 7:30 p.m., or such Big Ben MPA Harbor Bay of Quebec, Canad, that he within 24 hours from time
time thereafteras the mat- MPA, and Bahia Beach is the father of Maxime ofsale .
ter may be heard, at which MPA. Any substantially af- Guay, born on October 8, Patricia McBride
time interested parties and fected party may appeal 1992 at the St-Francois Manager
citizensmayappearane his decision accordance d'Assises Hospital and son PC1394411/18/04,11/25/04
hear with respect to the with the procedures set of Aline Gua. Consequent- It's A Buyers'Market.......
proposed tax exemption forth in the Hillsorougn ly, the unersigned re- and Classified is the
application. County Manatee Protec- quires from the director of BUYER'SMARKETPLACE!
tion Ordinance No. 01-32. civil status that he regis-
SECTION 3. A resolution ap- For a copy of the permit ap- ters his name as the father Notice is hereby given that
provingsaidtaxexemption plication, the proposed of Maxime Guay in the act on Dec. 03,2004at 12 Noon,
shall be considered by the permit, or Ordinance No. of birth of this last and that Loetscher's Body Shop,
City Commission upon the 01-32 or for further infor- his surname will be modi- 4306 SR 574 W., Plant City,
conclusion of the public mation contact Chuck fled to be read as follow: FL, 33567 (vehicles will be
hearing. Coleman, Department of Maxime Guay St-Pierre onsite),wilI conduct a sale
Public Safety, at Also take notice that any for cash to the highest bid-
SECTION 4 The application 813-272-6408, or visit the objection of a third person der or will otherwise dis-
for tax exemption may be Department of Public Safe- to the present declaration poseof the following:
inspected by the public at tyat2711 E.HannaAvenue, must be notified to the in- 1989 Ford
the office o the Cty Clerk Tampa, FL 33610. formants, to the minor Vin# IFTDF15N2KNA12473
at the Nettle Berry Draugh- fourteen years old or more 1981 Chevrolet
on Municipal Building (City The exemption permit will and to the director of civil Vin# 1GCEG25H1B751788
Hall), 302 West Reynolds be issued on or before the status of the province of 1989 Olds
Street, Plant City, Florida. fourteenth (14th) day fol- Quebec, Canada, not later Vin# 1G3HY54C6KW356837
lowing publication of the than twenty days from the LK1001 11/17/04
SECTION 5. All persons are advertisement. You must last publication of a notice 1 4
advised that if a person de- provide proof of publica- o this declaration. 1-49
cides to appeal any deci- tion to the Department of AT:Valrico, Florida
sion made by City Commis- Public Safety before the October 29, 2004 Announcements
sion with respect to any permit will be issued. If you #15681
matter considered at such have questions, please 11/11/04;11/18/04-
meetin, he will need a re- contact Chuck ioleman, I 1 Lost
cord o the proceedings, Depqartment of Public NOTICEOFSALE
and for such purpose he Safety, at 272-6408. Dog-white fluffy small
may need to ensure that a NOTICEisherebygiven female in Sun City
verbatim record off the Sincerely, that on Friday, December Center 11/6. 500
proceeding Is made,which102004at2:00Noon, reward813-633-050
record Includes the testi- William A. Studer, Director BREWINGTON'S TOWING
money and evidence upon Departmentof Publicafe- SERVICE, 302 E. Calhoun Checkoutclass 418
which the appeal Is to be ty Street, Plant City FL 33566, for cool deals on A/C's
based. will conduct a safe for cash
No:8030 11/18/2004 tothehighestbidder. DOGS BASSETT HOUND
SECTION6. In accordance Brewington's reserves the L, tri-color male, 5 yrs
with the Americans with NOTICE OFPUBUCCSALE right to bid, or will other- A C.TBULLPUPwhite
Disabilities A any person wise dispose of the spt Ss eye. REWARD
with a disability requiring Notice is hereby given that following: 813-643-9532.380-2733
reasonable accommoda- 6nSat,Nov20,2004at10:00 11P ni I
tion in order to participate AM at PERSONAL MINI 1997 Ford 4dr Personals
in this meeting should call STORAGE located at 4935 Vin#1FALP52U8VA297256
the City Clerk at (813) MLK Jr. Blvd, Plant City, 1996Pontiac2dr
659-420tat least 48 hours FLorida, will conduct a sale Vin# 1G2NE52T8TC739751
priortothepublichearing. to the highest bidder or 1993YJeepC4dr
otherwise dispose of the Vin#1J4GZ88Y3PC564483
SECTION 7. This resolution, content of rental units: 1994 Chevrolet Van
as notice of said public Vin#1GNDM19Z9RB189897
hearing shall bepublished #233 STAN NEWTON: Plant 1989 Ford SW
bythe ityClerklntheCou- City Vin#1FABP55UXKA189613
rier, issue on November 18, #29 FRANCISCO RUFFINO: 1987ChevyPKA TIO
2004. Mulberry Vin# 1GCCS14R5H2179772 Al Living Expenises Paid
#228 ROBERT DUKKER:NY, 1996 Ford 2 dr Manylovin finanially
SECTION 8. In accordance NY Vin#3FASP13J6TR112360 secure famies waning.
with Section 38-229 (d), #212 ANTONIO HERNAN- 1985Chevy 2dr
Plant City Code, the City DEZ: Sydney Vin#1G1FP87H8FL472298 14u00-852-0041
Clerk shall forward a copy #277 RAY DAVIS: Dade 1993GMCSW 42 JodiRutstein 133050
of the ecommeddaton or Clty#275 PERRY SYLVAIN: Vin# IGKDM19ZlPB540392
the Historic Resources Tampa LK1000 11/14/04
Board and reasons for the #84 Erlka Ramilez: Plant
recommendation prior to City R your garage of bugs -
the public hearing to the #151 & 154 DAVID RUSELL VWBugs that is! Place
applicant, together with a EBERHARD: Plant City your ain autos for sale,
copy of the resolution. #124 MARVIN WELLS: class 649.


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1893 Victprian, 150 x 100
lot, 2176sf, pine floors
crown molding. $289.9K
6809 Sparkman St
813-494-5855 831-3320
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HOME, new LIST constr.,
gated comm, 3br, 2 ba,
2200sf, $319,900. Avail.
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EGYPT LAKE Area, 3br
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SMediterranean, CH&A,
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7501 Arrawana
$149,900. Joe 935-9517
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4brw/loft, 3'/ ba, 2cg,on
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apt call Patricia at (813)
240-0541 owner realtor
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2489 sf, waterview, fire-
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857-3860
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Temple Terrace Area
$99,000 OBO
3br,2ba, 1050sf,
reconstruction partially
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UNIVERSITY AREA, fire
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138th Ave. 813-390-0843

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BRANDON Sterling Ranch
Home 2312 Ca'leman
Dr., 3/2/2, beautiful split
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close to schools, shop-
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Nov. 13-14 10am-3pm
Call 813-690-8694
FISHHAWK, 4/3/3
w/i vlnirm den. Not on
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813-431-4682
HISTORIC
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Plant City 3/1 furnished
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ngw/full bathb2carcar-
port, Fire place, 905 W.
Mcend on St
813-763-0872
PLANT CITY. HIST. DIST.
.3/2 bungalow-Reynolds
SL $174.9K. ExtL2#.
3/1 bungalow Davis St.
sale or ease opt Ext3#.
R-2 vacant lot duplex or
S/F, $55K. Ext. 4#
CALL 650-8582 & ext. #
RIVERVIEW, spacious 3br
3ba, 2300 sq ft, huge
close priced for quick
sale at $190000.
813-741-1583
786-201-8801
RIVERVIEW-SUMMER-
FIELD, 3br, 2ba, corner
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fence $170,000 Call A-
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RUSKIN, 3br .2ba mobile
home on Little Manatee
River, boat dock with
davits, springporch pri-
vate lot 130x90,$270,000
Amy, M-F, 813-671-8044
11141waterfront I
HUDSON, Gulf front
condo, 2br/2ba, spec-
tacular views from bal-
cony, gated comm,
24 0 Around the
ulf Rlty 813-363-8344
HUTCHINSON & WILCOX
RD (4) lac and less lots
with deed restrictions
non ski lake water 9
sewer, $175,000 to
$225,00. 13-8 o-0507
Homes Newl
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New PortRchy, Sun 12-4.
11906 Hunters Lake Dr.
3//20 on preserve, former
model, spa many ug-
grades. RIO $19,0.
Call 727-510-2091
11211 Condominiuml
SOUTH Tampa 345 BAY-
SHORE lbr/lba Bay
Views & Sunsets Hdwd
le, 24 hr. sec, pool,
pym,$274.9K Brokers
rotected813-727-7177
CLASSIFIEDWORKS


11231 Townhouses I
NEW TAMPA, Townhome
for sale, $187k, lease
oyt/rent $1350/mo
3/2V/2 1576sf, upgrds,&
app, nicest Live Oak
end unit 954-732-1182
SOUTH TAMPA, Spa-
cious 4br/3ba 2789sf,
under roof, built 2001,
wd firs, granite cntrs,
F/P hi ceiIngs w/crown
molding, huge master
suite, walk in-closets
2cg corner unit Svt
doBk access, FSBO
$389,900 813-784-7751
Town & Country. Morgan-
woods. 2br,,Iba, tile &
carpet.. fenced arden
area. com pool &clbhs.
w/d, all a- l's. 78 500.
813-486-169/88r-8050
11241 TimeShare I
TIME SHARE RESALES!
Save 60-80% off Retallt
Best Resorts & Seasons
Call for Free Catalogl
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commissions or broker
fees. Don't delay Go to
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1-800-640-6886.
I125 HoImesites
125 Lots
LOTS FOR RENT! Move In
Special! Briarwood Mo-
bile Home Comm. 4002
Smith Ryals Rd, Plant
City. 813-737-2110.
PORT ST. LUCIE, Indian
Lakes, Vero North Port
Charlotte & Palm By
Lots Owner Fin. Avail.
Prima Properties
561-575-1440 Cieck our
web site for prices, sizes
& maps. www.prima-
properties.com
ROYAL HIGHLANDS
3/4 acre lot, on aved
road, in area of new
homes. Great building
lot. 561-317-1241
SOUTH TAMPA Land
Church & Ohio Folio #s
133266 & 1332M5.
Best offer
727-527-2505
WANTTO BUY
Building Lots.
Terry D. Speer Construc-
tion Inc. (813)764-8030
T1261Acr'AOAe I
MANATEE COUNTY 20
Acres -$200,000 Beauti-
ful oaks, ponds, cleared,
fenced. Cannot be de-
vided. Logue Rd off
State Rd 64. (941)
322-8823
PARISH Area Pre-devel-
opment sale, 5-t acre
creek front lots, $175K.
Riverfront 5+ acres
$325K Horses welcome
Call 941-232-4759/
813-664-1666
Plant City: 4.acres set up
for 4 mobile homes
Knight Griffin area. Call
for details 650-0662
SEFFNER, 5 acres, Lrg
oaks, dead end secluded
street 10 min from
town. Zoning RSC-6, has
mobile home. $180,000
813-654-3962
STJOE/DADE CITY acres
St Joe Rd-Have a Utte of
everything lac pondlac
pastu re.lac grove. Pri-
vate orive $163,000
813-299-0722
TAMPA SHORES Area 5 +
acres waterfront.$600K
Call 941-232-4759/
813-664-1666


1126 Acreage

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From $239 990
Your Builder rO0urs
Call 813-671-5335
Homes With
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Riverview, 4yr old Key
West style home on 4
acres with 72' barn,
1400sf custom int
F 8900. 11010 Dixon
r. pen Sat/Sun 1-4.
813-672-0880
I Florida Real
138 Estate
North Florida Land Sale
Madison and Suwannee
County. High and Dry. 10
acres. From $31,995.
$995.00 down and
$329.00 monthly. Jim
Jean Real Estate
1-800-722-5326
www.jimjean.com
WEED out your old lawn
mower With an ad in
class4601
River Bargain with direct
access to the Harris
Chain of Lakes In Lake
County. 3BR/3BA, Large
Workshop, Screened La-
nai with new hot tub. Re-
cently remodeled. Boat
house with dock and
boat lift. Extra water-
front lot included.
$279,000. 352-694-2345
1431 OutOf State
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1143 Out Of State I
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owner will finance
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edged by beautiful wa-
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1-888-231-5263.
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fered in the Southeast!
Tracts range from 17
acres to 4,799 acres
404-362-8244 St. Regis
Paper Company, LLC
HELEN, GEORGIA AREA
Cozy mountain cabin.
2br, 2ba. Gated commu-
nity. $123,900. John Ray
Metrobrokers/GMAC
404-843-2500
Want Ads
Mid Tenn Mts 5 acres.
Beautiful Mountain Top
Get-A-Way Beautiful
Cabin Site w/Woods
River Access. 529.900
Owner Financing
931-445-7302
N.C. MOUNTAINS
2 to 45 acres on scenic
mountain top with
breath taking views,
$39,900 to $159,900.
2.3 acres w/log cabin
shell under construc-
7-2478Ml
NC MOUNTAINS 2 acres
to 45 acres on scenic
mountaintop w/breath-
taking views! Priced
from $39,900 to
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shells for $58,000, mod-
els to view. Excellent fi-
nancing. 828-247-0081
NEW NORTH GEORGIA
Mountain Home. 2700
Sq Ft, 4 Bedroom, 3.5
Bath, Double Garage,
Unfinished Basement,
Long and Short Range
Views 299,000, Call

er706-781-1525 00
NEW ON THE MARKET. -
Central & South Georgia
Timberlands. Formerly
Weyerhaeuser Lands.
50-acres 2,700-acres
Priced from $1,300-
$2,900 per acre. Call
Owner 478-477-1000


1 1431 out Of State
NORTH CAROLINA Grey
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Ridge Mountains. Now
taking reservations for
2005 Grand Opening.
4,000 acres of generous
homesites In exclusive
community. Space is
limited! 1-888-510-5263
NORTH GEORGIA MOUN-
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erties. Blairsville Realty,
Inc. P.O. Box 820 Blairs-
ville, GA 30514
www.blairsvillereal-
tv.com For free bro-
chure call toll free
800-637-5535 or email
smith991@alltel.net
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AND HOMES. Great lake-
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Gated & secluded! Gor-
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university of The South.
Call George,
423-949-6887 www.tim-
ber-wood.com
SELLING YOUR CAMPER?
Place an ad in class 562
and see how many buy-
ers pop up
WESTERN N.C. Lake Lure
in the heart of the Blue
Ridge Mtns. 2 houses on
1.46 ac. Hwd firs FP's
boathouse. Grea for
families or B&B. Owner/
Broker 828-625-4556
Western N.C. MTNS New
Log Cabin, 1300 S1. Ft.
Easy to Finish Shell on
2 + Acres Paved Roado
Great Views and Creek
Access. $74,900 **Call
Owner/Broker**
***828-625-4884***
NO HURRICANES just cool
No. Georgia mountain
breeze. 3900 sf home on
11 beautiful mountain
acres overlooking lake.
$298,900 (706) 635-1588
150-170
Manufactured
Homes

I1 I Mobile Home
Sales
12x70 PLANT CITY,
3br, 2ba, roof over, furn.
good cond. CHA. Must
move. Can move. 54500
81 3.503.3044 or
813-754-9521
You'll find value buys ad-
vertised in classified
14 & 16 Wides New 05's
Low as $24,900
Del-Set up-AC Skirt
More Sq. Feet for the $$
Banks -(863) 688.4635
LakelanO Near l-4 & 98
N.E. Tampa close to1175/14
10 min to Onton off MLK.
'96 Home of Merit, 28x62,
4br, open fir plan, new
appa/crpt, brKst area.
Reducedfrom $39,900 to
$32K. 727-776-8245
PLANT CITY Area M.H.
W/acreage 4BR/2BA on
25 acre fenced & gated,
2 decks, work shop
storage building, Call
for appointment.
$165,000 Qualified buy-
erONLY. 813-986-0915
NO BROKERS PLEASE.
TURKEY Creek, 1995
2br D2ba sinle wide
9,000. Good nd Musi
be moved. 813-763-1166


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155 Homes In
Parks
RUSKIN-Doublewide 55+
park, 3br, 2ba, vinyl sid-
ing, scnrd lanai, 2 drive-
ways, garage & storage.
Owner finance avail.
$29,900 813-781-0085
Seffner Area 3br.2ba in
family mobile park.
Possible
Ownerfinancing.
Toll Free 1-877-866-4782
SEFFNER, Owner finance
near/1-4 nice 2/2 Ch/a
Nice ami ParK, util
shed $l500Dn,$276.23
month for 5 Years. + lot
rent. 752-4869
180
Commercial Prop.
Lease

180B1n Oc Space
I1 b ILease
BAYSHORE, Prime Tampa
Loc up to 2500sfravail. or
Exec ofc arrangements
possible. Recept/lobby,
conf, kitch/break rm
fac. Call Linda r,
727-799-2882
HYDE Park, 1920s charm,
1800 sf, ideal retail, of-
fice or restaurant. On-
site parking. Wet zoned
2COP-R. $1900/mo Avail
1/1/05 813-966-8245
OFFICE+WAREHOUSE
DOWNTOWN/CHAN-
NELSIDE Immediate oc-
cupancy for 3-6 months.
500 to 5000 sq ft.on Ken-
nedy and Meridian. Call
(813)472 7772
You *ust can't Top a Con-
vertible! Turn to Classi-
I fied when shopping for
another Auto!
Plant City 750 sf office
space 1804 W. Baker St.
Ste E. Exc Location.
(81) 764-8030
PLANT CITY, Industrial
Park Office Space for-
lease 150 to 3000 sq ft,
including Conference
Room & Break Room.
Starting at $160. mo.
Contact Mathew Horner
813-865-1192. THE-
GEORGE W. LACKEY, CO
PLANT CITY. ONE PRO-
FESSIONAL OFFICE
SPACE for rent, Call For
More Info 813-752-6589
Plaza Place, Sun Point
ShoppingCenter Office/
Retails813-641-2800
www.PhaganDev.com
jgCI Retail
180C Space

Fletcher Ave. btwn Dale
Mabry &o275. Prime
retail/prorf. space.
lSuites btwn 1750-7429
s.f. Rosewood Shopping
Ctr c/o RPM Realty
Services, 813-281-9559
1 g I Warehouse
1 Business
Park Space
DREW PARK, 50000sf
warehouse fncd yard,
sewer,400 Amp 3 phser.
vice. 14' Ceiling, ground
level $1500/mo Z oned
light Ind. 813-267-1135
ADVERTISE IN CLASS 631
AND SEE YOUR VAN GO!
Ybor Area Adamo Drive,
approx 10,000sf, office&
warehouse space.
$2900mo. 813-248-1175
83-220-7289
WANTED TO LEASE/RENT
warehouse in Brandon
or South along 1-75 with
approximately 1,800 sq.
t.&u2 acres for parkin.
Call 1-218-776-3855 M-F.
8am 5prm CST.
IBusiness
180E Property
Lease
EAST HILLSBOROUGH
AVE Near Nebraska Ave.
2200sf, $2800-2900
Beautiful building for
restaurantl.fast food.'
etc. 813 789-5060
S IAutomotive
80M 8Real Estate
Lease
SEBRING, Automotive
spaceforlease 3280sf 5
Bays w,' lifts. 2 office 's.
storage behind ofc & up-
stairs. S8.'sf CAM s
800-767-2998 108
SEBRING CAR CARE CEN-
TER for lease. 3280s 5
Bays w.' lifts. 2 office's,
storage behind Oic & uV-
stairs. $8 sf + CAM s
800 767 2998 x 108
SEBRING CAR CARE CEN
TER for lease. 3280sf. 5
Bays v lifts, 2rhffic
storage behind olc up-
sairs. $8 s9 CAs
800 767.2998 0I,)
190
Commercial Prop.
Sale
Mobile
1901 Home Parks
For Sale
MOBILE HOME SITE
Z 'H dit ., r10 w rE iS to -r

813-240-9545*


S Investment
190J Property
Sale
Mobile Home Prk90 units
development & leased. 20
add'l acres for develop-
ment. Fantastic op-ty.
Ca ital Trust Reay
813-833-7525
IAutomotiveg
190M Real Estate
Sale
PLANT CITY 3 Bay Auto
Repair Shop w/f ront &
rear access. 1680sf 2
Ofc's w/ A/C + storage
32,000 S FtLot $250,000
David Toro Coldwell
Banker Residential Real
Estate Inc. 813-925-8838
200 -249
Rentals

I 204 i Apts. Furn.
Plant Cirvty,'Cork area
Efficiency, completely
furnished, includes utiL.
No petst. o$400/mo. No
calls after 6 p.m.
813-982-2085
1 2051Apartments
25Unfurnished

BRANDON/VALRICO Area
1 Bedrm Apts
Move In Special.
El Dorado Apts
813-689-3658
EASTTAMPA, 1BR, 1BA, +
den duplex, 10' cel. AC
fnc'd yard quiei
neighbors, $10/mo +
$400 sec. dep.
813-620-1313
FOR RENT. Taking appli-
cations completely re-
modeled. 2BR/1BA apt.
Tile, Carpet AC, Wall p a-
P er, Laundry 'rm. Mr
ease. $550mo, I's
damage sec dep. Abso-
lutely NOPETS. Spencer
CtApts, Plant City. Avail
now. 813-754-1197
HYDE PARK 2br lba
Hardwood Floors, CHA,
1000sf, Pets OK Nice
Courtyard, $950/mo
$950 Sec Dep.
V 813-258-2542
HYDE PARK S. Melville
2/2, CHA, W/D DW, off
strtorkg, avail 12/1.
$1050 + security.
813-238-8330,928-7380.

Plant City-2&3BRMH's&
1BRapt,mRV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
PLANT CITY studio $350
Available now, On sie
laundry. Quiet Comm
NO PETS 813-752-7398
SOUTH TAMPA 1 br 1ba
apt. w/hardwd 'firs.
550/mo 2904 E.
strella -Ave. Call
813-293-6991 or
813-833-3205
ST. Joseph Medical Distr.


MOV4 YOU IN!!
Channing gatedcommn.
Great fir plns, ea kit.
Fitness ctr, covered pkg
Free Water
Call Today 813-234-8981
TAMPA PALMS 2 BD
2Bed/2Bath, W/D-H/U,
Cent Air, Encl FLA Rm,
Pets neg. poolI & Gym
avail. Call after 12pm
$850.00(808)429-7077
TEMPLE TERRACE
PudtanPlace*
Recently Renovated
Spacious 1,2 &3 BrApts
New Playground, 2 pools!
Great Neighborhood
Affordable community!
U- Move-Inspecials-m
callD 813-988-6112
ZEPHYRHILLS AREA
3br/lba, 1000sf, New
Apartments Near Z'hills
Park W/6 hookup.
$750/mo + $750 depos-
it. 813-928-5081
FREE / MONTHS RENT
MOVE-INBY11/15
1 &2 BR's, Nice&Clean
PlantCity
813-754-200
TOWNSGATEAPTS

207 Duplexi I
SEFFNER, 2/2 $700/mo
incl, Water/sew/ar &
lawn Maint W/D Hkups,
Scrn Rm, tiuiet Street,
No Smokers, No Pets,
813-645-4354
209 Furnished

CORK Area 1/BR w/Air for
one person $550 meo +
deposit includes utili-
ties 813-763-1791
210 Houses
210 UUnfurnished
APOLLO BEACH WATER-
FRONT Newer 3 BR, 2.5
Bath, Att. Garage,
Dock/Boat Lift Patio.
Pets OK. $1400/mo.
(314)323-3276
BAYSHORE AREA, cute
3BR/1BA, W/D Ige cor-
ner lot, renovated$1200
mo. Dep. req. Great
neighb. 3902 Drexel Ave
813-281-0217,956-0602
BEACH PARK Area 3/2
1700sf, fenced yrd dbl
carport, newly re-done
must see! 44025Sevilla Si
$1500/mo Call Don @
813-404-3560


2 Houses
210Unfurnished
BRANDON,SEFFNER 3br
21/2ba, lcg, 2 sty. New.
Ready now. 1308sf (liv)
1827 (total) all a s,
d maint $90-$110mo.
13-657-3458/ 05-1039
CARROLLWOOD III Re-
modeled 3,214sqft 10rm
4Br3Ba Pool/Lanai, Out-
door Ktchn, FPlace, 3
CarGar,CuldeSac
Prefer annual lease
(813) 969-1484
CARROLLWOOD/LAKE
MAGDALENE: Cute 2br,
lba, 1 car carport, Nice
area. No pets. $750/mo.
1st last and security.
Call 813-361-4737
CENTRAL Tpa-3001 Leroy
St. 3/1. park for3 cars,
big rdt corner lot,close
to tadium, airport HCC
$1000/o. 813-545-2679;
277-4193; 886-1454
EAST TAMPA 2,3,4 bdmn
homes, renovated, new
idt & bath, new carpet &
ceramic tile, CHA, sec 8
voucher req'd. Really
beautiful 81 3-601-48
Lake Platt
Private Waterfront,
Swiss built 1150 SF home
by orange grove/quiet
fosr t r que
forest.2Br, 1 Ba. CHA
W/D hk-up. Dream
location. Ref; $1435
mo./sec dep/lease.
813-251-2984

Land 0 Lakes Collier Pky,
1500SF+3/2Vasin.glake
CagedFPool, Hot Tub, FP
2 CG, Comm. Ctr Access,
Shaded Fenced Back Yard
$1200/mo. 813-932-2161
LAND 0 LAKES New 3br
2ba villa in gated pool
community. All appl's
with W/D. $1050/mo.
Re/Max Top Notch
Assoc. 813-758-5936
Lutz/Land O'Lakes
4/3/3 car, 2500sf, brand
new home in community
with pool. $1,895/mo.
Call Jenny 813-956-1169
LUTZ/ VILLAROSA
3/2/2cg, quiet culdesac,
wood floors, screened in
pool, W/D incl, lawn
serv inmcl, 1650 mo, (813)
310-4619
NEW TAMPA, Hunters
Green, 4 br, 3 ba, 2.5 car
garage,poolfp, granite
kitchen, ItR qreat
location. $2350g mo.
813-765-0393
NewTampa, New4/2/2,
2270sf, water/conser-
vation, 2 story, free club
/tenms/gym, 1 miLE
from 1-75 $1 00/mo.
Call 813-991-9071
NEW TAMPA Pebble
Creek Subdv. 4BR 3ba
3c, w/poolon conver-
vaton lot, walking park
across street $1700 mo.
813-503-8338.
NEW TAMPA Townhome
2br 2ba Scrn Lanai,
$995/mo Forest Hills 4br
2ba LR, DR, FR,
$1,275/mo Homeworks
813-505-3754- 985-8048
NORTH TAMPA 4br, 2ba,
2cg, screened porch,
newly decorated, large
lot, on small lake. 16207
Lake Magdalene Blvd
$1200/mo. 813-969-3087
PALMACIEA,
3br/lba, hdwd flrs,CHA,
fresh paint, 3012 San
Miguel $1500/mo
813-258-4371; 831-1294
PLANT CITY 3BR/1BA
CH/A, $700. mo. First,
last plus Security.
813-986-1980 after 6PM
RIVERVIEW 4br 2 Sba
2cg, brand new.2 stoFy
home, 2000sf, all appli-
ances, close to 1-75, pa-
tio, back yard.
$1295/mo. 813-598-8188
Seminole Heights,
3br/lba, bungalow
newly remodeled
w/new carpet, Ig lot
w/fencedyard. $950mo
+ dep.813-294-3361
SEMINOLE Hgts, Reno-
v ated Bungalow, 2Br
2ba + Den LR, Kitch &
DR, Separate Laundry
Rm, CHA $875/mo $600
Security 852m895-3731
South Tampa Free Phone
Service! 3BR 2BA 1CG
S1320/mo, Pet OK W/D
HA, 7614 SherrillSt. S.
727-460-8084. Photos:
www.kayward.com
SOUTH TAMPA Lg 2br
iba, 1100sf, Florida
Room Totally.Updated
Very private wood Fnca
Yard avail Immediately
$1300/mo813-760-2412
SouthTampa Newpaint &
carpet huse2/1 in quiet
area near ase. LR/DR,
fam, ofc & shady lanai.
Extra closets & storage.
WD hkup, fenced ard.
$1100/mo 813-832-5133
SOUTH TAMPA Palma
Ceia 3/1 LR,DR, Lg Fami
Room w/Fireplace,
Fenced Rear yard. 3503
Kensington $1250/mo
Avail. 12/1 813-837-3932
Cell 813-334-6298
SOUTH TAMPA. Terrific
House! 3br 2ba, 1700 SF,
fncd, great fam room,
huge walk-in closets, Ig
shed, W/D $1200 mo.
813-404-2822; 839-1265
DID FIDO EXTEND THE
FAMILY? Place an ad in
class 480 and unleash
some of those pups!


I 2 Hou
210 Unfurmished
SPRING HILL/Golfers'
Club 7 Hills, brand new
deed rest. comm. 4br,
2ba, 2cg garden tub,
1st, last & sec $1100mo
No pets. 352-382-2787
Thonotsssa, 5/2,island
kitchen, Ig Ir, water &
trash incl. Fenced yard.
No pets/smkrs. $1000
mo + dep. 813-929-
0733/972-2000 X6220
Town & Country,2br/lbd
privacy 2ence, w/
hkupaalarm, $725 wst,
last dep. 7A19 N. Lois:
Pets considered. Avail
12/1.813-886-4156.
WESLEY CHAPEL 3br2ba
2cg BEAUTIFUL BRAND
NEW RANCHHOMEon
Pond. Avail Now. $1150
1st/Security Credit/App
813-368-0475
WESLEY CHAPEL. NEW
HOME FOR RENT. Quiet
gated community 1
mile from 1-75. 4br 2ba
2cg, cable $1150. Call
Mark at 813-390-6480.
WESTCHASE-4br, 21/ba
2-story pool home, like
new! Great neighbor-
hood, $1,560 per month
+ deposit. No pets. Call
0 971-416-3229*
YBOR CITY, 3/1, section 8
welcome. Totally
remodeled, CHA, fenced
d /W/ hook-up.
$950/mo. Drive by 3108
YborSt Call 495-4225
1 Lease-Option
2111To Buy

HISTORIC
DISTRICT
Lease with option to buy!
3/1 furn kitchen & W/D
hardwood floors, 10 ft
ceiling, block utility
building w/ full bath 2
car carport, Fire _ace
905 W. Mclendon Plani
City 813-763-0872
NORTH TAMPA Hwy 54
W. of 175 Brick, 3br 2ba,
2 car, 2 F/P, fenced, I
pool quiet nbrh d
$1256/mo. 727-420-777W
or 727-393-5974
Plant City, 1406 E. Neil,
3/1, clean & spacious.
$700 mo.+ $1500 dn.
04-808-7002/535-0774
S212 i Condominiumi

APOLLO BEACH
WATERFRONT CONDO
1st fir 2bd 2ba furn or un-
furn, pool, tennis. $950/
mo+ dep. 813-645-0737
NEW TAMPA 2 BR/2 BA
CLOSE USF, HOSPITAL,
AVAILABLE INMEDIATE-
LY$800 996-6714 NEWLY
REMODELED

South Tam a, Culbreath
Key. On Bay, 1br, lbs
condo, new appliances,
W/D gated comm, pool,
clubhouse. $950/mo
813-286-1977 Phil
SOUTH TAMPA, Harbour
Island, new 3/2 condo,
hdwd, granite, W/D
stnls appi com'm pool
$2300. 7111-772-3036,
avail Jan 15.
I212A I Townhouse
BRANDON TOWNHOUSE
2/2.5, 1200soft, I R
screened porc $89
cable/water incl avail
11/12. $600 deppets OK
Call 813-293-034
LUTZ, 3/2/2 comm pool,
tennis quiet nbrhood,
d1100/mo Call John Flor-
ida Homesites Realtor
352-796-0707 or
585-0613 888-285-1110
NEW TAMPA, Townhome
for sale, $187k, lease
opt/rent $1350/mo
312/21576sf, upgrds8
app,, nicest Live Oak
end unit 954-732-1182
SOUTH TAMPA, New
TOWNHOME3BR,2.5BA,
Security and sprinkler
systems, 2100SF, 4 car
garage, $1500/mo.
813-961-3504,949-0278
SOUTH TAMPA TH near
Bayshore & Howard
3br/2pba w/WD, W2W
carpet, all appliances,
exc location. $1350/mo
Call 813-679-7956
Tampa Palms 3br
2 2 ba, Icg, 1670si
$1,300/mo.
813-971-7715
WATERCHASE Luxurious
maintenance free
Townhome. 3BR, 2Vz BA
2CG/loft clubhouse.
$1850/mo.
813-967-3808 977-2991
NEW NEW 3BR 2BA =
$950.4BR,3BA $1,150.
Gated, pool comm., near
Brandon Town Square,
Crosstown Exp. & Hwy
75. Call 407-383-7463
SMobile
215 Homes
BRANDON RIVERVIEW
large 3br 2ba double-
wide ontreed 1/2 acre,2
decks, quiet neighbor-
hood, CH&A $775 mo.
plus dep. 813-689-4745.
How do you reach cus-
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14101 Furniture |
BEDROOM Suite kg sz 5
pc vanity dresser
w/mirror, 2 night
stands, dresser, head &
foot board. no mattress
$500. OBO. 813-716-1873
BEDS AAA+ TEMPUR
Ortho-PEDICNasa
Memory Foam Mattress
As on TV 10 Yr WTY
Cost $1699 sell $399,
Cost $1899 sell $499
Can Deliver Statewide!
All Sizes Avail & P. Tops
ALL BEDS WHOLESALE
SWEDISH BEDDING.COM
813-493-1222
727-733-9334
866-476-0289 ANYTIME!
BRSet,2Twin Beds w/HB,
NghtStnds,Drsrw/mirr,
5 drwrChest, Box prg &
Matt. Natural wd. Brand
New. $650.813-931-5946
BUNK BED, Lofts Captains
Beds, $169. New All
Wood, Can Deliver.
Brandon 813-685-4760
www.alontrading.com
CHAIRS 4 THEATER
Leather, Electric. Less
than year old. Paid
$6000 New. Sell $3750.
813-880-0430
Couch $425 Love $400
Chair $300. New Leather
Italian Top Grain
Can Del. 813-870-0070
DAYBED
Complete w/pop-up
trundle & 2 twin matts.
never used, sacrifice
$275 can del 813-926-8507
DECORATOR Samples 1of
a kind. Art Deco Forna-
setti D.R. $3600* Kitchen
Island $2500 Burmese
Daybed $1800 Many
samples.813-975-9490
You'll find value buys
advertised in Classified
each and every day

DINING $950
All cherry Queen Anne
style. Never used, still in
box. Must Sacrifice! Can
deliver. 813-251-3134
Dining Rm-Thomasville
(Fisher Park) Table, 6
chairs, server 5 living
room tables & accent
pcs, $950.813-920-8125
DINING ROOM
A 96" LEXINGTON COL-
LECTION DOUBLE PED-
ESTAL TABLE. ALL
CHERRY W/MAHOG. IN-
LAY & 6 UPHOLSTERED
CHAIRS. ONLY $1195.
YOURS FOR THE HOLI-
DAYS. 813-215-2089
DINING ROOM-Oak, tbl, 6
chrs & china cab. $960.
Sofa-velvet crescent
$200. Grandfather clock,
oak $100. All exc cond.
Call 813-681-3314
DINING ROOM SET- Ethan
Allen, Classical Medal-
lion Collection. Table w/
6 chrs,2 Ivs. Also buffet-
style server & console
table. Good condition.
$2600.813-221-0293
DINING ROOM SET, Ethan
Allen Country French, 6
Chairs &china cabinet,
$1,500. Must see
813-263-3128, 661-2114
DINING ROOM TABLE,
Broyhill, with leaf, cus-
tom pad6, 6chrs & lighted
china cabnet, exc cond
$600 813-907-2296
DINING SET Thomasville
solid oak, trad amer, exc
cond. Oval table w/ 2
leaves & 6 padded
chairs. Server & lighted
hutch. Price neg $1,900
(813)469-9797
Spot Advertising Works
Dual Recliner Couch,
Toupe Brand New, Ex-
cellent condition. Must
Sell $600.813-920-7344
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER, 91% 'W washed
finished w/45" lighted
ctr bridge $600;
813-684-5955

Entertainment Ctr
All wood, cherry finish,
lighted w/beveled glass
doors, accommodates
up to 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
USED, sell for$1650. Can
deliver. 813-293-1743
ENTERTAINMENT Center
Broyhill Fontana $350
oboexccond
813-931-9701
Entertainment cab, cstm
solid Cherry, 94Hx46W.
Cost $3300. $425.
Perfect for home
theatre. 813-681-2554
ENTERTAINMENT CTR,
BROYHILL FONTANA,
solid pine, adjustable
shelves, bottom draw-
ers, $350,813-908-2888
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER, black lacquer with
mirror & matching bed-
room wall unit asking
$800 obo. 813-390-8044
Furniture Moving Sale
Sofa chairs, coffee/end
tables patio furn, full
beds, dresser, ladies at-
tire sz 8-10, lamps &
more. Appt only.
813-855-3838
FURNITURE
NORTH CAROLINA FURNI-
TURE. AFTER MARKET
SAMPLES. 50% OFF ON
MAJOR MANUFACTUR-
ERS SUCH AS BERN-
HARDT, STANLEY,
AMERICAN DREW &
MORE. 813-630-4744


1410 1 Furniture |
FURNITURE Renovation
Sale. Desk, L Cherry
$100- Henry Link Wicker
Tbl & 4 Chrs $300 OBO;
813-715-6447

FUTON $200.
Oak with extra thick
mattress. New in boxes.
Can deliver. 813-363-0097
FUTON
Medium oak, honey fin-
ish, 9 layer matt, new in
box, cost$625, sell $285
813-293-1743
GAME TABLE w/six leath-
er covered armchairs,
reversable top, 50" x
50", storage drawers &
drink holders. Provide
email address for pho-
tos. $1700.813-633-1332



with leaf, 6crs hutch.
$3,000.813-763-0506
LIVING ROOM Set-Never
used, Blue &White Ging-
ham, 2 3 or 4 pieces.
Paid $!,000 will sell
$1,500.813-994-4150
Living Room Set, Couch,
Chair& Love Seat. Imita-
tion Leather, Mushroom
color, 1 month new.
$600. Call 813-931-5946

MATTRESS $100
A baby soft Qu plush top
set in plastic w/ warr.
KING $180. Can
deliver 813-870-0070

MATTRESS $100.
A brand name, full/queen
Rillowtop Mattress Set,
King $195, new in plas-
tic with warranty. Can
de liver. 813-363-0097

MATTRESS (1-2PC)
Extra thick Qn Ortho P/T
set, new still in plastic,
retail $1195, sacrifice
$250. Can deliver.
813-926-8507

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
Sectional Sofa White
Rattan w/pastel colors.
Comes w/coffee & end
table & etagire. Side
Chair-Aqua. Dining Se
w/4 chairs & china
cab-Blonde wood.
Bedroom Set-queen,
Trip. Dresser, chest of
Drawers. Patio
Furn-table w/4 chairs
w/chase lounge & side
tble. Computer table.
Hide a bed, 2 recliners,
entertainment ctr. 3-Bar
stools-short. Oak tables.
Call for info: 681-8411

Sofa $200 Love 175
Chair $150. Uphol. New
still in plastic w/warr.
Must sell! 813-251-3134
Can deliver.
SOFA $300
MICROFIBERSET
Sofa $300. Love $290.
Chair $185. New still in
box w/warr. Family
friendly. 813-870-0070
Can deliver.
SOFA-5 piece gloveleath-
er sectional-2 recliners,
Powder Blue. Mint.
11,000 new, asking
$3,000.813-309-8729
SOFA, French Provencial,
newly upholstered,
great condition, $500,
863-667-4451
SOFA/LOVE SET
All Italian top grain
leather set. New in
plastic. Only $825. Can
deliver 813-870-0070
Sofa& Loveseat-S269.00
4pc Bedroom Set-5289.00
Full Mattress & Box
$169.00
GE Washer & Dryer
$295.00
Refrigerator (Nice)i
$239.00
Stove $169.00
See at
B &B Outlet
115 S. Evers Street
Plant City
Phone 813-759-8864
Sofa, Loveseat and chair,
casual-contemp by
Carolina Sofa. Like new,
warranty. $475.
813-677-7146
SOFA, RECLINERS, THE-
ATER SEATING UPHOL-
STERY & LEATHER
GUARANTEED LOWEST
PRICES! 813-630-4744

WHOLESALE
TO THE PUBLIC
full boxspring/matt $159
4 pc set Dresser/Mirror,
4 Drawer Chest, Head-
board..... $289.
Bunk Beds-.- $195.
Sofa & Loveseat, Metro
Fiber Fabric, Earttones
e---- $495.
B&BOUTLET
115S.EVERSST"
PLANT CITY
813-759-8864
Check Out Cars/Trucks in
today Classified section!


1410| Furniture I
WICKER BEDROOM
CLOSEOUT SALE. Resin
Wicker Patio Furniture.
Dining Sets & Bar Stools.
Access. & Gifts. Forever
Wicker 813-948-4802
Miscellaneous items for
sale: Sofa dresser, 2
lamps (Stiffle), washer
& dryer, all in excellent
condition. Best offers
accepted. 813-835-5153.
MOVING SALE! Custom
made oak entertain-
ment center & matching
telephone stand. $180
Call 813-643-2528
14161 Appliances I
Appliances-Absolute
Lowest $ Guaranteed.
Delivery. Woody's
Appliances, $74.50 up.
7604 Broadway626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
APPLIANCES BEST PRIC-
ES IN TOWN! Large se-
lection of washers, dry-
ers, stoves & refrigera-
tors. $79.50 & up. War-
raty & delivery In lim-
its. Don't gamble, know
your dealer 45yrs expl
7604 Broadway626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
**APPLIANCES**
USED WITH WARRANTY
From$99*
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
4000 W. Kennedy
281-0777
PARTS TODAY
11900. Nebraska
972-4242
Dishwashers/Reconditnd
from $69 happy to delivy-
er&install.6 moswarrty
Get it done today! 813-
495-4222; 727-492-8590
KITCHEN package, com-
plete: GE oven/range,
microwave, dishwasher
w/solid wood cabinets.
Make offer 813-757-6607
Mom& Pops Applianc-
es $75 & up, W/D, Stove
& Refr. 10014 30th St.
Free Delivery
813-632-9620: 335-5788
REFRIG Whirlpool 25.2
CuFt white side by side
with n-door H20 ice
$500 (813) 684-2592

WASHER & DRYER
$225/set, $125 ea. Full
size stackable W/D
$350. Guar. Delivery
avail. 813-382-8615

WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
Don 813-300-6714
Air
4181 Conditioners

A/C & HEAT PUMP Sys-
tems. New In Box with 5
& 10yr factory warty @
wholesale prices. 2 ton
$787, 3 ton $887, 4 ton
$994. Install kits avail.
or professional install.
Free Del. Li# CAC057914
727/243-4493
352-302-2879
2004 Close out Specials!
A/C new in box. 5 yr Fact
Warrty, All Homes Siz-
es: M.Homes, 2-ton
$790, 2V/ -ton $840,* 3-
ton $890, *3'/2 -ton $70,
Prof. Install Lic RMOO-
31291 813/453-9033
NEW** S/DENT
RECONDITIONED UNITS
You Deserve the Best
Prices, Service & In-
stalls. We Do It RightThe
First Time! #RA0039944
REMINGTON AIR 971-2206
Used Mobile Home& Cen-
tral Systems. 2-5 tons.
$200 & up w/warranty.
Can Install. Repair work
also. NTA CAC 1813656.
813-748-9265 907-3838
MUST SACRIFICE.
$3000 A 7.5 TON TRANE
AC HOT AIR BLOWER,
still in box 813-732-8751
FOR RINEALL
AC, Rheem, 3 tons with
return unit, 41/2 yrs old.
$400.00.813-238-3466

420 Instruments

AMP, Mackie M1400 $400
POWER AMP Crest Au-
dio V1500 700; Mikes, 4
Sure 58 all 4 $300
Mixing Console, Mackie
24-8 W/Viking case, $900
813-299-3516
Amps, DJ Equip, Speakers
Wireless Mics, Lighting,
Best Rental Selection in
Bay Area. ASK about our
do it yourself DJ pkg.
Beamworks Inc. Rentals
& Sales. (813)855-0709
beamworksinc.com
ANTIQUE Baldwin Grand
Piano, built In 1928
Asking $5500 obo
Please call
813-988-8860

BASS & GUITARS
BAY AREA'S BEST!
USED VINTAGE RARE
Repairs, Lessons
BUY-SELL-TRADE
LEGENDS 813-348-0688

DRUMS DRUMS
AJ's Pro Percussion
New- Used Vintage
Drum Lessons
We Buy Drums Anything
Call AJ. 813-353-1829
'GUITAR 1974 Vintage
Guild Acoustic, arched
back. Rare find!! Must
sell. Exc shape. $675
obo. 813-468-1113
Spot Advertising Works


42n Musical
420 I Instruments

GUITAR-Fender Telecast-
er, American made, flaw
less yr.2000, Off-White,
Maple neck. Paid $980,
asking $425 813-839-3131
GUITAR Rickenbacker
Model 360FG Fire Glow
with case, Mint Condi-
tion $1,000 (813)
985-8606
ORGAN, Lowry Genie,
comply. hythm section &
instruments, bench.
Moving must sell $350
813-780-2444
ORGAN, Wurlitzer
console theater, 950TA,
Immaculate condition
home use only. $4999
obo.813-685-0121
PIANO, Baldwin Spinett,
acrosonic, exc. sound,
piano lamp & metro-
nome mint cond.$1650.
813-671-2052
PIANO Kohler, upright,
with bench, good
condition. $525.
Call 813-935-8176

PIANO Yamaha Baby
Grand. Plays & sounds
great. Black disk avail,
ust sell $4500 obo
727-345-5602
PIANO-Yamaha Grand
Ebony polish, plays and
sounds great, with
bench. $5,000. Call
727-644-8591
VIOLINS New $100 Ger-
man $150. Viola $150.
Cellos $319. Cases &
Bows. Mandolins $120.
Guitars $150. Trumpets
Clarinets & Flutes $199
Del avail 727-945-9427
Low cost, expert repairs
1423 1 Clothing I
T-SHIRTS-Printed, new,
1,000 pieces. $1 ea. Den-
im shirts, $3 ea. Sweat-
shirts $3 ea. Sale going
on now. 5005 N. Howard
Ave. 813-877-8267
424 Radio,TV,&
44" IStereo

Big Screen Televisions,
46" $300. 52" $400,
Good condition
with warranty.
Call 813-986-1229
FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
SYSTEM, Including
Standard Installation! 4
Months Free Progam-
ming. Total Choice Pre-
mier with Local Chan-
nels. Over 205 Channels!
With Subscription to
NFL Sunday Ticket, $360
Value! Call Now to Or-
der! Direct Satellite TV
1-800-823-8595.
FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
SYSTEM including stan-
dard installation. 3
Months Free HBO & Ci-
nemax! Access to over
225 channels! Limited
time offer. S&H, restic-
tions apply.
1-800-260-2813
FREE DIRECT TV
SATELLITE SYSTEM. UP
TO 4 ROOMS INSTALLED
*.FREE..
813-748-8854
Preamp Cary Model#
DLP50, $450; Musical
Design CD Transport,
$150; Rotel Digital Pro-
cessor Mod.# RDP980,
$100.813-631-1818
PSB Stratus Gold, Cath-
edrial oak, Hand fin-
ished mahogany Sterio-
phile Class B, Full range
$1,200 Skip, 813-789-6121
SPEAKERS KEF 105.2 ref-
erence series, exc. cond.
$600.813-631-1818


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
I WANT TO BUY non-
working Big Screen
Televisions. Please
Call 813-986-1229

I WANT TO BUY any high
end electronics; Bose,
Klitsch, Macintosh,
Krell, any manufacturer
Cash. 727-643-6661
1427 | Electronics
DJ Equipment Tech
neaks, turn tables, spe-
cial edition, SL1210M3
$450. And other assort-
ed equip. 813-672-8090
S Medical
1428 Equip. I

aerobiciser
POWER WHEELCHAIRS
Hospital Beds & more!
You May Qualify at
NO COST TO YOU!
813-269-8049
MEDICARE/MCAID/INS
SCOOTER, Pride Mobility
Jet 3 Ultra, never used,
orig$5200, asking $450d
or TRADE FOR GOLF
CART. 813-752-9673
ABSOLUTELY NO cost to
you. New power wheel-
chairs scooters. Call us
toll free 1-800-843-9199
Day /night to see if you
qualify.
Want Ads


428 Medical
421 Equip.

WE BUY SELL TRADE
MEDICAL EQUIPMENT
813-318-1020
msystem5@
tampabay.rr.com
I Office Equip.
& Furniture
Business Phone Systems
New & Used, Installed
1 Year Warranty, AT&T -
Norstar, also Voice mail
Systems* 813-985-5011
Chairs! Chairs! Chairs!
Over 500 used chairs in
stock. Multi functional
mid bck chair $59;much
more! EOF 813-877-9317
HAWORTH 6x8 WORK-
STATIONS gray corners
$695 installed.
Call Chuck 966-1072
5203 S. Lois Ave. Tpa
Office Furniture, must
move, items 1 yr old, ex-
ecutive desk wall divid-
ers, chairs, TV, confer-
ence tbl, LED sign, more.
all like new. % off new
price. Hurry, won't last!
Oldsmar813-925-3333
Steelcase Workstatrons
(50) 7.5.7 5, Beiqe 53"
H, 45" Corner tvlh I
shelf, 1 BBF & IFF Ped.
Set up in pods of 4. $750
ea installed. Call Matt @
727-647-1853

CHEAP
Miscellaneous Office
Furniture
Contact 813-229-1444
I Computers &
| 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
10OA-9P EST Mon-Fri
*Checking Account
Re u i r e d.
WWW.PCSFORALL
.COM
AMD 2400+ SYSTEM $345
Sempron CPU, 256 MB
Memory, 80 GB Hard
Drive, 52x CD-Burner
Video Audio and more!
New & 1 Year Warranty!
14918 North Florida Ave.
http://www.isorm.com
MF 10-7 (813) 264-0408
ATX Cases $20.00
56KModems $18.00
14-21" Monitors $20&UP
HP Printers $30.00
Mice .00
TVs 0.00
Hard Drives 10.00
Motherboards 15.00
Pi Computers :65.00
PIll Computers $ 00.00
Lap tops $125.00
100's of Parts & Systems
**8-4:30M-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
LaItop Below Wholeiale
ew/Used! Dell, IBM!
Beat allprices. Wireless
Internet, leather case
avail. Starting @ $299.
100% FINANCING
CALL 813-468-5278
www.buzztech.net
Laptop Sale! G-way 5300,
P I 750.128 ram, 10 gig
hd,CDrom, modem, Ian,
win98 $400 + tax. Chris
813-884-4433 ext 242
LOW COST SERVICES
Network Cards $11
Power Suppl 129
Modems $15. LCS50 W.
Busch Blvd 813.714.3515
Rent To Own Computers!
Bad Credit OK!
$12.25/week
www.ezpaypc.com
727-531-0788
PENTIUM 4 SYSTEM,
BRAND NEW 2GZ, BLAZ-
ING FAST DDR GRAPH-
ICS. WINDOWS XP PRO.
1 YR WARR, REPAIRS &
UPGRADES 13.731.8750
LOW COST SERVICES
Network Cards $11
Power Supply $29
Modems $15. LCS I50 W.
Busch Blvd 813.714.3515
Sm 1 Commercial
"3 | Equipment

AB DICK Silvermaster
plate maker, $1,200. AB
ick 360 chain delivery
off-set press $750. Call
813-935-3115
Janitorial equipment:
auto floor scrubber,
propane buffers, Aztec
floor stripping system &
supplies. Best offer.
941-358-1841
PLASTIC INJECTION
MOLDING Machines (3)
Molds, equip., invento-
ry. Must self, best offer.
(813)334-7705/641-0222
VENDING MACHINE- 4/2 'X
21 ', Brand New, 5 snacP
& 9 drink selections with
bill changer. $2700
813-300-8409

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434 Restaurant i
I Hotel Equip
Concession Trailer 18x10,
2yr old, custom, filled
w/top of the line restar-
aunt equipment. For info:
404-663-9989 663-7979
CONVECTION OVEN Full
size Garland, single or 3
phase, exc. condition
$900 (813)713-0726
HOBART Mixers, Glass
Door Coolers, Grills,
Stoves, Pizza Ovens, &
walk-in coolers. Call
727-581-9293
MILK SHAKE MACH. & ICE
CREAM MACH. Both
Taylor brands. Good
cond. $1000 ea or $1500
both.813-690-0806
Roll Around Open End
Coolers/ Freezers/ Ice
Cream Freezers, Com-
mercial grade, Run 24/7,
Exc cond! $150-$300,
Frank 813-727-7208
BUDGET EQUIPMENT
RESTAURANT EQUIP.
NEW & USED BUY & SELL
15510 N. Nebraska
M-Sat. 813-978-8085
Store
435 Fixtures-
Equipment

DISPLAY CASES,
USED CLOTHES RACKS
SHELVES COUNTERS.
WHSE FULL 813-886-8400
HUGE FIXTURE
LIQUIDATION
7Days Only!
Lozier Shelving, Coolers
& Freezers.
Warehouse Shelving,
Showcases, Counters,
Displays, & much more.
ECKERD DRUGS
Call For New Locations
800-891-3013
4401 builder's
440I Supplies

All Metals Rooling
Standing Seam, roof
gkg, Galvalume-Plus,
nap-Lock Panels. Easy
to install Visa/MC
accepted. 813-224-9060'
All Real Wood Flooring
Pine #2 rade 1x4 29t
Lin ft.; 1x6 68 lin ft, 1x4
Cypress T&G 384 ft-
Select grade 584 ft; 1x6
T&G Cedar or Cypress
95 ft; 2x8 Pine log
siding 95 ft 2x8 #1
treated log siding $1.85
ft. All products mi led on
site. Ask about
CLEARANCE & DEFECT
Bundles BIG DISCOUNTS
4914W Linebaugh AvTpa
MF8-5813-269-0441www
.lumberspecialties.com
CABINETS Kraftmaid,
shipped direct to your
home, wholesale prices,
Lifetime warranty.
813-657-7778
Floorig Brazilian Cherry
Pre-Fin Paid $5 Sell for
$3 obo 3200/sf in all
Call after 3pm
239-826-0076

FLOORING
Prefinished oak still in
boxes, 2308sf.@ 2.25/sf.
Will split, 813-225-1298
GATES, New, Ornamental
Choose your design,
Approx 14' $775;
813-817-9871
KITCHEN Cabinet, Lrg
Kitchen w/ island & wet
bar, painted white, 23' of
base, 34' of wall, wall ov-
en cook top dishwash-
er, disposal 2 sinks &
faucets counter tops.
$1200 727-487-4469
LIGHTING SUPPLIES -
Metal Halide / HPS,
l000wthru 100w, ballast
& lamps, electronic bal-
last & lamps also. $6,000
obo for all 813-986-1455
eves or 610-0877
LUMBER LIQUIDATORS
HARDWOOD FLOORING
from.99 cents Sq. Ft. Ex-
finished & unfinished.
Bellawood w/50 year
prefinish, plus A lot
more! We Deliver any-
where, 5 Florida loca-
tions 1-800-FLOORING
(356-6746)
MEXICANTILE*
ALL SIZES
FINISHED and RAW
** 813-884-6127**
MODEL HOMES NEEDED
For Energy Saving Win-
dows. Cal to See if You
Qualify. 1-800-937-6635
E'1. 206 FL Licu
CRC015276
PLUMBING ITEMS:
Bulk purchase only. PVC
fittings, mismatch tanks
& bowls. Pedestal sinks,
wall lavatories, faucets.
Moen Kohler, Sterling.-
Retail value over
$30 000.00. Must see,
Best offer takes all.
Inquire M-F, 8a-5p.
813-363-5467 Dick
Castillo. Cox Lumber Co.
PT LUMBER CLOSEOUT
Untreated Prices
Call for availability
813-626-1411

WANTED: 20 HOMES to
Show Off Our New Life-
time Etxterior Paint. Call
Now to See if Your Home
u a I if e s .
I.-800-672-7114,
(Lic#CBCOOI1J1)
CLASSIFIED WORKS


44 Builder's
440 Supplies
Wood, Pre-Finished Oak.
$4.29 inst. Laminate $2.99
inst. w/underlay. Ce-
ramic .89t/sf. Carpet
reinms29/sf. 874-8080
4 Sheds &
444 Carport







Con cr1ela j eoor


www.jobobs.com
METAL ROOFING: ALL
TYPES. Discount Pric-
ing Buy Direct from
Manufacturer. Special-
izing in.Commercial &
Residential Twenty (20)
colors with all accesso-
ries in stock. Quick turn-
around Save$$$ Call Toll
Free. 1-888-3- -0335.
BUILDING SALE! "Rock
Bottom Prices!" Quick
delivery. Beatnet price
increase. Go direct/
save. 20'x26', 25'x30,
30'x40' 35'x60' 40'x80',
45'x9d', 56'x100',
60'x180' Others. Pio-
neer, 1-800-668-5422.
ALL STEEL BLDGS. 2424
Was $8,890 Sell $3,990.
38x44 Was 15,920, Sell
48x0 Was$21,860, Sell
$9,860.
Call Now! Joe
1-800-392-7817.
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
installed; 18x21 Build-
ings from $2,375;
Calfifor More sizes
813-299-3798 681-5468

445 Tools I
ALUM-A-POLE(S) (2) 2
sets of Alum-A-Pole
scaffolding. New and
unused. P anks not in-
cluded. Will sell both or
one. $1000.00 each set.
ings0 Firm, (813)

Craftsman Wood Lathe
cast iron, variable
speed, 38" spindle, 20"
bowl, knives, stand.
Mint. $450 obo 679-5825
44 Machinery &
ALUM-Heavy Equip.

ASPHALT melting kettles,
oil jacketed, CleasbV
Speed King, 2 hydrainc
aitators, Penerakor


shift, $4500;1995 000 1b
Hyster 184mast side
shift great cond $6500
Call Greg 813-453-5880
FORKLIFT 3500LB GCF15
Clark, LP gas, side shift-
er, power steering, good
tires no leaks, lifts 122"
$430b obo. 813-719-1367
FORKLIFT BLOWOUT
SALE Our new models
are arriving. Must move
100 UNIT out of our
rental fleet to make
room. Must make room
in the fleet! Call Ringlift
for a SUPER DEAL!
Forklift-Tampa Forklift
since 1974. Parts, Svc
Rentals, NewUsed
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
FORKLIFTS-Ringlift has

give the best value in re-

Larrk, 8l3 620 1337.
crond. forces frinw teeo


NEW HYDROTEK Pro
Press Cleaner 20hp 40100
psi Kohler heat 250 on
6000 axle 58 trlr.
re trasp.i941) 3550 564
SHOP equip Downsizing.
Vertical Mill (2), Metal
Lathe, Shopsmith Wood
Lathe Moore Jig Bore.
813-9J5-2799 933-5746
Software Earthworks
Estimating Software
(Ground Rles) for Sale.
Works with a digitizer
"AS 8 t full re) d.
board. Does all the work
for you. Contours/sub-



A01-791-2356 or e-mail
INFOL@IVSERVICES.com
I450 Go d I
Browning Belgium made
1.969, 12 iage, greta
sahe, e$80 Jfi Brem.
Remington 1100, 12 gage,
never fired, new in box,
813-623-6576 Exrs
GOLF CART full lights,
high speed motor, wind-
shield, new switches &
battle box. $1500. Call

GREAT GUN VALUES
And Friendly Service.
Special Orders & Lay-
aways welcomed.
Call 813-210-GUNS (4867)
GUN SALE!
New and Used. 380 $99,
9mm $110, 45 cal. $149,
AK47 $345.
813-754-1794


450 Sporting
4501 Goods

HUNT CLUB Green Top
2015 acres, southern
zone. Membership $650
Dublin GA
0 404-433-7342%
HUNTER's WANTED for
MONSTER DEER in West-
ern KY on priv. Farms.
Meals & lodging incl.
Jim Baker (606)226-2260
NEW GUN SALES
9mm $120
45$159.99 38Sp1$199
22 Rifles starting $60
Sam's813-931-8498 Tmpa
Crown 788-2520 Z'hRls

POOL TABLE $1,450
A 4x8 solid wood exqui-
site professional Table.
1" Italian slate, new in
boxes can deliver & set
up. Call 813-363-0097
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 7'Craftmas-
ters, less than 1 yr old,
all wood. $2000.
813-917-5341
POOL TABLE, beautiful
maple Robertsons, like
new, warranty $1500
will deliver. 229-2779,
813-230-6290.
REFURNISHING?
REMODELING?
LANDSCAPING
Help can be found in Spe-
cialty Shops & Services
directory everyday in
Classified!
SEMI AUTO x2 I pump 12
gauge, 1 Sprnngnield
1892 (collectable) and 1
Gun Cabinet. $1,500
firm. 813-886-6316
Sportsman Quail &
Pheasant Farm. Day
Hunts available. Quail &
Pheasant Available.
813-719-6041
I iE'xercise t
451 Equipment

BOWFLEX POWER PRO
lat, squat & let attach-
ment, good condition
$750 OBO, (813)
641-0783
Bowflex XTL w/lat, squat
& leg attachments.
great shape $850 obo.
Call, make offer
813-677-0842; 760-3663
Health
456 Products

Lower your Prescription
Costs. Global Medicines
1-866-634-0720 Ameri-
can physician owned.
Cottonwood, AZ Prices
Lower than Canada!
www.globalmedi-
cines.net
*DIET PILLS* New Pie-
scription Strength
(Phentrazine 37.5mg 60
tabs $89.95) No Pre-
scription Needed! FREE
Shipping 1-888-527-0870
DIETILLUSA.COM
*VIAGRA* Prescription
Strength Alternative (30
blue tabs 100mg $89.95)
No Prescription Need-
ed! FREE Shipping
1-888-527-0870
SEXPILLUSA.COM
PARK YOUR CAR IN CLAS-
SIFIED and see it takeoff
in the fast lane!
NUTRITIONAL, BARS L.A.
Weight Loss. LARGE
Supply, very low price
813-671-7371 or
386-451-0456
Power
601 Mowers

DIXIE CHOPPERS!!
42" 50" $3500 $3995
Excellent condition
813-661-9662; 299-5496
LAWNMOWER Dixon 30"
ZTR30, New in 2001. Well
maintained, garage
kept. Residential use.
$1700.813-264-6010
Mobile Repair Service
Toro-Scag-Exmark
Bunton-Dixie Chopper
Hydro's-Parts-Engines
Cranks & Cams 2-336-3363
Mower Bolens Rider
12.5HP, Vtwin, 36" cut
$450. Also sml Toro
rider 7HP, elecstart, 25"
cut $225.813-985-3141
14651Lawn & Grdn
FREE HORSE MANURE!
Great For Gardens!
YOU HAUL!!
Local delivery available.
813-661-1096
149l Nurseries/
Trees
BOOMTRUCK 1983 Ford
Extracab.18 foot tree
trailer, two tree carts
and tools. Readytowork
813-662-6143 $4,500
OBO, (813) 662-6143
CONTAINER OAKS, 45 gal.
4"-16'$75-25gal 3"-12'
$50; LIGUSTRUM 45 gal
8' $125 813-748-8641 /
986-3302 Reg #47220672
FRUIT TREE SALE
90 Varieties: Lemon-Lime
Orange-Tangerine-Fig
Pummelo-Guava-Star
FI. Peach-Plum-Nect.
813-752-4938 #47216934


NI Nurseries/
45 Trees


PLANTS
EQUIPMENT & OFFICE
FURNITURE FOR SALE
WHOLESALE NURSERY,
CLOSING OPEN TO PUB-
LIC 4703 N. WILDER RD,
PLANT CITY MON-SAT
8AM-2PM 813-754-3208
OR 813-752-4240
DPI REG # 04089000
Queen Palms, Castiron
Plants, Free bring shov-
el, You-dig 737-2163
1480 1 Dogs
AKITAPUP AKC, p.o.p F,
big &white,loving $500
hRth cert. Adult female
free to approved home
only 813-767-6751
AMERICAN Pitbull Pups
14wks game dog reg.,
Jeep, Redboy, Rascal,
Snooty. Tan M, black F,
$500ea (941) 807-0819
BASSET HOUND PUPS
AKC Born Oct. 18 Ready
Nov. 27 Taking Dep. Tn-
colored, Long ears lots
of wrinkles M/$375
F/$400 (727) 481-7856
Beagle/Retriever mix, 8
mo M, neutered, all
shots, very friendly,
neeas loveable home,
FREE] 813-841-9654
Belgian Malinois, Former
K-9 Police Dog, greatfor
executive protection.
$5,000. Fox Hollow K-9.
Call 863-967-6491
BICHON PUPS, M & F,
8 Wks. Champ Line, Hith
Cert. House Raised,
Ready To Go!
813-973-8834
BLOODHOUND- Male,
AKC registered, 1 year
old. Parents on
premises. Excellent
with children. Current
on all shots. $300 Call for
info 813-310-0849
BLOODHOUND PUPS
AKC reg. 9M & 2F. Reds
and BIk & Tans. Health
certs. $800.
352-542-2040
V Boston Terrier Pups T
AKC, 10 wks, health certs,
crate trained. $550.
727-639-2051
TVV VTTYY
BOUVIER DES FLANDRES
fawn puppies, CH sired,
8 wks, AKC OFA POP,
Loyal, inteligent pro-
tective family dog. $950
& up. (813) 986-2622/
863-738-5 1 15
www.SLRKENNELS.com
BRUSSEL GRIFFON PUP,
AKC, 8 weeks old, male,
real playful, $900.
813-935-6584

Cairn Terriers, AKC pups,
M/F taking deps $450-
?600. Kid/peoie riend-
non-s wedding.
813-684-8670.
CAVALIER KING CHARLES
SPANIEL Pups, AKC-A-
CA, vet chk d, playful,
consider offers $1100.
727-862-9060
Chihuahua, black male 9
wks first shots, $350
needs good home. Very
playful and lovable.
904-591-6235
CHIHUAHUA Puppies M/F
L/H CKC M-Off White F-
Tan&Black Vet 8wks
$350+ up 813-963-1098
CHIHUAHUA Puppies,
New Litter........ AKCReg
parents on premises
Males $400. Females $425
Taking Dep 813-546-0513
Chihuahua Pups, Ready
to go! 5M, IF. Both coat
types, H. Certs & reg.
$450 & up 884-2272,
PO#4-041580.
Cocker Spaniels-ACA,
'rare' choc, 11 wks, 2
males, show quality,
POP, hlth certs. $325-
$375 813-932-0187
DACHSHUND Mini pups
Short hair, chocolate &
black and tan health
certs, crate trained.
$400-450.727-639-2051
Dachshund mini CKC reg,
hith cert, long hair, par-
ents on premeses, 1M &
IF born 8/30 $450.00.
813-610-7610
English Bull dog Pups, 3
male, fwn/brdI, white
w/markingsAKC, health
cert, ready 10/17. $1800.
813-659-4311/743-8709
English Bulldog Pups,
A KC-80 Champion Pedi-
gree, 3 males/1 female,
beautiful wht w/brindle,
great family pets,
1900-$2000. Ready
1/22.813-690-0612
FREF to good home
friendly rottweiler,
male. 2 yrs old. 737-2629
German Shephards AKC
Pups, reserve for Chist-
mas now. Raised by Fox
Hollow K-9. All guar.
$500 ea. 863-967-6491
GERMAN SHEPHERD,
AKC, Big Boned Pups/
Adults, -Rich Colors &
Blacks, family oriented.
$650 & up (941)809-6242
GERMAN SHORTHAIRED
POINTER Taking depos-
its, puppies ready for
Christmas season, AKC
registered, mother on
site $400 (813) 478-1602
RVs Your Transportation
to Adventure! Turn to
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14801 Dogs | 1480 | Dogs I 1483 1 Eotic I 1499 Garage, Yard 525 1 Horses & I 5g Motor Homes I 562 Campers & 1584 Boats | | 584 | Boats
GIANT SCHNAUZER AKC POODLES-STD AKC PUPS BEARDED DRAGONS. I I Sales, Etc. 16'1988Dynatrackll5HP 29' 6" 2001 Chaparral
16 months male House Parents white on site Adult breeders. Sand- Quarter Horse-$500, 30' 1993 Thor Pinnacle CAMPING MEMBERSHIP' Merc,withlivewelland 285ssi Twin 350 Mags
Trained, Mustselldueto Born 9/12. Father is a fires, Pastels & Snows. Pony-500, Mini-200 Class A, Top Condition! "Lifetime" Cam Florida trailer, $1800 w/Bravo 3 drives, Load-
illness. $1,200 Serious Royal Standard. $850 Colorful babies $50! Al Kid-safe. + 30 more NoSmokingpets, e-mail / USA/Canada. 8/night 813-679-7665 ed with options, 30
Inquiries On (94)322-9255266-4479 813-431-37anytimeUSCanada.8/night813-679-7665
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727-819-8450207-1213 PUG-Smos female 5Ibs FERRET, Male, 11weeks, dn, $100/mo. Many $23,950.813-960-9784 round. Originally $3695. 16.5' 2001 Boston Whaler 813-404-8263
GREAT DANE Pus, pvt Fawn/Black mask, all 4 story home, 2 Ham- beautiful paints! Wil Prowler Camer w/ Must Se$59. (800) Dauntless, 90-Merc., 32'1994 286 MONTERAY
breederPoP, AKC th shots healthy spared, mocks Food & every- PLANT CITY 308 Eunice trade & rent $15/hr, 30' Prowler Cam niperw/ 236-0327 bimini top, live well, ga- CRUISER Due To Medi-
certs. Females, Harle., apers, microc p. ute thinS150 Droffof W. ReynoldsSt $25/day. Call now: 16'slideout veryn I I ragekept, low hours cal, Must Sell. Self Con-
Merles Mantles Start- riendly,goo w/kids, 813-478-5338 nearSuarCreekSubdi- 813-649-1126 Call -40 56cell 4 Recreational $1,500.13-681-6699. tamed. Sleep 6Se New
ing$656813-267-5858 cats oIher cg. 650 i &Sat Nov 19& suncitystables.com 564 Rental I Motorcraftboatw/ iminiNew A/C,0 Hrs,
neg. Call 727-809-2411M Isc20 8AM til ?. Entertain- 1Famil w/ Trailer $42,500 obo
G I484 s ment center 3 section HORSE SALE-2 Family 30'Tioga 1996 460 cubic NEW COLEMAN POPUP 115 Johnson O/B, seats (727)868-8241
PUG ass doors on section, Pets.Grade Mares 18yrs6enine runs great,
,,,, wi, male. 6 roS old. Plant A Q RIU 5 ls a oweb TV systm, vr, trail horses. To engine Ford Chassie, Campers available for ege rsco t gkr hriuF, T-35nF5n-an 3.1
City area. Needs good AQUAR 5 alalt ereo system home each. 40 watt generator set, rent. A/C, sink, stove, needs cosmetic 33'hFBcon97
homCity area. Needs good AQUter, cus grane stn speaker bOOKCase I orseTraler-BPs1200. VCR/TV+ extra's. Low frig. For reservations $1500obo.813-962-1031 Health Forces Sale. FRP
HAMSTERS $2.50 13-659-2608 manacces extrafi eseat nngtaleCal 813-240-646 miles.$25K813-642-8226 call Lynn 813-546-1827 kwgenac/heat, pres-
/ urchase of cage trs decorative coral chars & hutch Many PERUVAN PASO Regis- 31'6" eetwoodBounder, 565RVStorage surewaer fullaley
SELCT DOGS $50% off $800 813-334-041J Misc items & Clothing, tered mare palomino '93 51K Chevy V8, head, new upnholsery&
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w/purcha twin ds, 17 BASS TRACKER, Call 813-295-6439
w/Npurchseo o fkitnParkAve.Puydingndress.ofatime!$2800, st218 Storage-Secure outside 7 S,
AmericanMButifdo813-662-25 AN E Srriincludestcke On l and covered storage.1993 exc condo o.4h h WellCraft Gran Sport,
PoAmerican Buo Lc 624 0 ANNE'S ESTATE SALES h Callfor info 813-310-0849 V PLittle Manrkateer 2i so00 SouthBa Storage.com live well, trolling motor, Twin 454's 550 hrs
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Min Schnauzer, Boston RAT TERRIER PUPS, UKCI Fri&Sat, 11/19&20;8-2m 2 11 Yr old Paso Fino Mix 813-633-6204.634-2395 813-77-2000 $3700 813-926-063 cain, ALC/ec
Terrier, Cocker Silky Family raised.See House FULL of Brovhi ll Mare, Buckskin 14 yC'wood RV/Boat storage. c an,
Many Other Breeds Avail pictures: www.mccartys furn, DR suite, king &full od Standard Bred Gel 32Ch' 1994 Bounder 454 Secw /24hraccess 18 988BA INER
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7699 W. Waters Ave. for adoption, sterilized, set w/casters, desks collectible dolls, toys, Free Horse if boarded runs great & Trailer
NeaWatey ccinddon e tch aTtVtrks eodnecng. with us! Full board 34'198 Pace Arrow, CI3A Fowler & 1-75 18' 2000 SEARAY BOWRI- $2000.%13-263-4332.
M-Sat 10-9, Sun 12- rewww.lostanelsaimal swivel rckrs, Bu tionny PLANTCITY471N Dawn $15 2 ay ac enaopVs/BoaetSecurity, n/outboard low
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old reatcolors,$400to up. SireMachoMan 180 Fi/Sat8-2 househol items bunk fect for Intermediate condo, new fricg nirer Pools8 Spas 2Shp Evinrude, spare Mike727/204.7988
$5. 813-98-2277. bs. uge one, $800 & Desk, DR abe & Chais, bed,lamps,lotsofmisc youth rider,Prof.Train $18,red o50. Wi consider A-1SPAS power ead or engne Largest Volume Pontoon
P04067880 up. .Sire champ Falko China Cab Server, Cu- ing, $800, Pet Ouality shared owTnership. A-1 SPAS casting decks, plwoo dl
bldline $500&up.POP rio Cab BR Set, Love- PLANT CITY 6329 Rock Rd Pygmy Goats $60, Lv 813-758-6885,654-805 ENDOFSUMMER floor, side conso e, fish DNa le n Floraa.
JACK RUSSELL TERRIER 407-415-9833.415-5837 seat EnertainmentCtr, off of Bethlehem Rd Msg813-362-055 34' 1996 BOUNDER 454f CLEARANCE SALE ondr, Bobs rant at dncsBa .co
Puppies & Aduts, AKC, Yellow 727-856-8215 wick Housed & Misc PLANT CITY 802 W. 813-7 lace an ad in class 431 Acc ories rod holders, new
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sents, vet. hith cemit., go o a very s Roing AU89AB85 ladies size 6 corthin l & y del &set-up$99 anchor, depth finder, under Secur Safe
$500.813-737-6268 ome.Goow/c ren soesMen e Custospacover$249 etc. 4K OBO. (813 itiAvailale
up. 813-634-9733 Grea mp a Tab E & Ch t t re a lots aucsrkshbie h ara se obot2r Oies a icver2uiftors $10 009-2362 ine $80/
LAB 10 Pu s, AKC, Yellow grd -856-28H hold&2Min PLANT CITY 802 W. 813-788-350 1- 713- 333 Place an ad in class 431 Accessories pkg.-L.E26u
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LAB AKC Sweet Xmas 813-294-6382 Move some of that furni- Household& Misc Items tl.7'6H x7'W.ery 36' 1999 Georgie Bo cr- over lifters $199 249-4722 $800/mo. 407-925-3300








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cam wea SHIH TZU PUPPIES, room with aclass410 ad of H 60 on SR 39, t, E A O Lm slideoutsatellite, S.W.corner H 301& 60 15Yamah aluminum Storage-Secure outside
block headsoM/F, h ic k s 8ac'kblerreer on TE & 813-6239 971s
e taking ce breed SUN CITY CENTER Nov 20. Mutly Family BEEF CALVES FOR SALE .e camera, n 813 trailer, ood condition and covered storage
Shots hnlh certs, uar. show & pei qual. CINDY'SESTATE SALE Sale, lot of misc 3-8 mos'old. $256-$400: 813-51453 A + POOL HEATERS $4900.3-960-9439. SouthBayStorage.c
l 6 a b- k 71-723-89 e T S 967-0416- Delivery Available. 36' Georgie Boy Landau FACTORY DIRECT Solar, 13-813-677-2000
LAB PUPPIESAKC reg SHIH TZU PUPS, ch ampa F St.Andrews) 8 Tnls dd iesels pusmer len- neater rs. Phone store inside, less an Storae-A boats/RVs
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ts6-938-472or 1-M $500 2-F 550, ottoma, pictures, lots & sweet en'a riders Amerad 2 T.a s a ) S 0 v instoearEas. o n., n. S 4lrg c ci 13- on a8 b
sagetaylor@alitel.net 813-961-9469. 205-3679 of silks stereo & SPRINGHEAD 3404 Ja Aski $1500.saatoellite dis, tri Scr.eed-03-27 H6D T. 51. H PO H yrats 81350
TERErPP. ShAKCBRsetktR fu TuckerRdSatCaT H813-1-2087/477-7395 room, basement stor- www.solardi$ect.com 19' HYDRASPORT HydratOO
rLABs PUPPIESustintimeT G B s fl tker Rd, Sat Nov 20, od.... age, diesel generator Lic #CWC029795, In- Skiff,115Evinrule alum Benamin Rd S boats
for Christemas. AKCreg- SEE pctu es & ws eskc t bl LotsofMiscI teams WANTED Horses, enginste under warr. till sre Dealer inquiries trWo l ack plate, trmtr,RV' auto trucks
PEKister m S A e re ctle eo s : crsSInc R k at tbl0hu9 poniesTtack, trailers & 100K m., $84,900 obo. weGcm.sa Sonar, live well, um o tr uc
red, $600 black ma S ires: 3- ww. chr 2 iron comerplant 5 -5 equi -0. 727-536-2108 40+mo. Secured ocn
Woo chocolate male. mccaysterriers.com holders, "auCb MGoaeCar-t i Goo home. all 2yndi . ..7-536'ERTPa m ode, feweats5,5aih man extras8 Exc Cond3 813-6584-9171
taking deposits. 35 -591-2271 dishes & kit misc. Farmer's Market w N813-649-11 MT Park moael, lots jets, ital813765
Veterinarian owns male voston Ter-r-ier, 3 ye a2old,Woldo'krshoesn iw p rn81344dlot e tr ahexcond
erAA s ti .w/additon, exc cond,blower oone, arty 19' Mako CC 1992, 2000 Marin
&female. 863-325-9291. neutered, knows some purses,freezermorel SMALL HERD of Black An- CHAW&D, dish washer, waeterf, Cost cri- Johnson 150HP, Low Supplies















Se63- BR Ee readTS 12e ew Nian bla c45 50 i tck/white m&rcIz e m tk s odel. 2hcatcoe s r26981-96 d- 26a2 H os, eph Re order, ePasirs
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots, tricks, l greatcomp eezer. o s ils cp and ion. TGIRLSESTATESALE Fruits appis 2 c ot ice $99813-rsepthRecoreReairs







wormeds et cert Block fa200 FR .SAT W311/ 18 2 00n1S SVegetables f ac e os0 Call 5 Baa t oell, Non ar e. Trailer. o U e
head, champ. bkgrd. 813-672-2834 0am-2piIm can u 5.0bull.94 l10.2850) 38'1995 KOUNTRY AIRE I MOVE SPAS $10,000 7813-246-7191 Marine Surplus & Re air,
500- 352-307-0772 all shots, parents on. Co e | ontetso f etale Sale wil Di nle minis, all colors; ,reg. rom LIdeoutC-IAIlop- A ( con, 2 e u artsavail.Boatliuda-







1ap, 2eablh 8 -2 _C og bn vr 19 & 20, an 1510 W. sae. OBO or Crade. C maclate condition SPA,-personw/loung o$3t01OBO. 727-647-4600
b Ps, Rea. a1l 5 ca aoii n l0e n N ke 352-650-81081qn i $58,000 Call en Ow.r e 15 20 R neovere 727-267-0044 re ou tio -e sred
igA sP c UhMs We..n -Pups- Beau- COMESHOPW U I valuable ite 31-60104 (731) used, warranty. T-TP ANDIZED







B2- 79--2wae6nts |onrsremisIes0a, a lde Vms s lloCtlease : o4 tor CdHomes l ldtinon63 io4 Sha5nrs on21 mwr, 1704
parents on premises, tiful silv/grayACA reg Thanky ormaldour COK PEAS, FORD y r 986-0116 1675 21'1989 CC PROLINE w/ ALUM with new Canvas.
P o healthAh certEl8 o Fr I H O RO s e rd 1rei3n 8 e ros- I (813)760-15711rd'89e150 Evin., runs great Customized to fit any
certs. $350 a86 29-6668 cales $500. born s ush l S HOOKS el, Banutte ecL Good blood lines. 38ll1996 Amer can Tradi- Boat is superb-must Boat $800. 941-266-0903
9/ 17/04ready 11/12, cl ee ardI Beans, Pole Beam 1u $4,000. Pleascall ieselPusher, Dig. SPAHOT TUB.nSPA. s Lo o san
Labrador AKC Pups ting dep 813-695-7007 ~t c GreenBeans, Zi Bere 83-59-4677 802-8037 Satellite dish 2 TVs, 75 Never used, seats see! Lots of extras. www.aqua-shade.com
Chocolate males $600 taknd we-/i dL flte. 8iv i BSales, Etc. I Peas,tlaKeyes,aK. Horses Diesel Gen. xc. Cond. warranty, deluxe cabi obo813786 9080
Block heads & otter tails. months, House Trained, ANTIOCH, 6102 N. 5 Acre Crowdwe Peas, Green $A.PHA6Mon-4yrs495.13-453-79216Lgn00 5 3 e ccuddy f
Champ lines. Cute, Adorable Moving, Road, Sat Nov 20, 8AM- Peas, White Acre Peas, getle nlish & West 40' 2 ALPHA GOLD 5thu
Family raised mustSell.850 2PM LARGE ASSORT- Mixed Peas, White & ern trail.Cha blood wheel, 3 slide outs tri- SPA; HOT TUB. SPA. camper, sink, head, wash
Greattemperments. 813-478-5338 MENT OFMISCITEMS Yellow Corn, Cream $800 up 352-628 048 peaxe,refrigrzr, Never used seats 5, off1lowhours.$15,500 I
9wks, withhealthcerts. White & Yellow Corn, W/Dstove ned.Lthr warranty, redwood ab 81-973-810563 I 619Automotive
Seepics online. Yorkie Chihuahua Mix White Cob Corn, okra, LAMAS:& CAILE. T furn.0 6-82-278 inet, 24ets. Sacrifice 23 1987 GRADY WHITESo
813-267-0252 small, lstshots&health l 2r i Squma3h, Broccoll, Haul i-PRICE PAID. GOOD 43' 2005 Mountainaire ib 1595 1- -0281 Gulf Stream23, 9 ft
LABRADO RpupsAKCOFA cu.a813654s5 fldf ..ower Brussel Sprouts, HoME llPbeam, twin 150 Mercs, Bay Area Motor Works,
SCollard, dHOM. CALL CINDY Newmar, diesel pusher, SPA/OTUBS cabin $13,500. Engine rebuild & install,
h8013$610-back 772. Conip Greens, Spinachr NOW813-649-1126 a7500mi., 21/2.yrwarr, tag (1) 6person 6.Shp, 13-503-3010 Uw
dakndEsits$ea dMixe beres, PONY/HORSE 10 rs old, zn e 1erskaxle chassis, hydronicis, digital69 Up to 3yr warrant
Bkindrea gupieeFNs,46 M... dzonepheat sys a erso po. $1650. 25ftWellcraft Sport fish- t a
N 2 6333 YORKIEpup KNIGHT GRIFFEN, 4165 Blackberries Raspber- onewi holdforChrI- interiorquadro o w/cedar cabs erman. Cuy727-934-131
MALTIPO2eMake Dew 2 kem, ws yet ,AKC. EL Shaddiai SquareSat Jumo Pea e sdes w/ower lock rl i 1991 model di ca200b i I I
5 D os- l$800.863-537-1803 &S.u oo21o.AM ns & E. Al- arms, KVH auto sat. wart.727-858- 185 twin EFI Mercur en- ,, .
its now for Christmas $800o8A nuts & PEACHES. All itb 4@| ooom lu 6
Puppies, Beautiful,Must YORKIES Lrg &Small til ?. Wall mount panel items shelled blanched dish, custom built-in ines. Great sae. nglnes
See Wifl be reaDy 12/4 Cuties Nice Coats, $450 saw $600. 2 cara &frozen, ready for your BUFFAL.IO "Buffy" Desk. Asking $ia_245K. ew Isovers, ton e -Ld
$50 813-884-5621 & Up, mail betsat@ door new $200. New freezer. Most items $14. Female, 3 years old. 828-385-2436 ed! Inches cover, de- Call 352-347-4470
Mastiff, AKC, fawn w/ acun.com 941-322-9563 colonial sliding glass per bushel. PECANS: Very Tame. $700 Call 888-Bates RV Nearly 600 livery & warrant. 27' SEARAY 1996 SUN- ACURA 1993 Legend, 2dr,
MastiffAKCw n Pw/ CASH Plgease door $200. Cement Mix- 813 OR pieces Airtr eam.. o - $AC. Rasp$fulroavas
black mask. "Gentle erneedcarburetor$500. Halves OR pieces un813-6n Airstream Jayco 2999 was $599. DANCER, full canvas frnt damage, engine is
giants" Ready 11/20. 3 Y i e Terriers Tools and MiscYardsale $6 25/lb.C1 C 1a & lace nwwwsunitnt Mabe cnm A -4 ei, Tmar39,p 3529 AC .p10Hoooinadoodocond.rPartsgor
males$@$1000 ea; 2 fem 8or nsi et Items. and MORE 7or 813) Gentle Paint Mare and 2 CLASSID W SPA! Overstocked! New 7 Exc. Cond., $28,000 Sale fix.813-317-5886
813-333 male, will deliver. $750. 757-0096 M-F8AM-5PM $2500 or best offer clues cover, delivery & center console. Chuck Antique aravity feed gas
MASTIFF/ROTT R eady Please call 386-698-4842 P m blwle .topck 0onNovember Call 813-r1br & poa -oaded I- rta813 966 1072y'- g
Health Cert.i $395,ors h Cats1 B- -. HORSES 3-Riing $1000 I $59998 8-397-352b. 28' Procat Catamoron bowl, no ru_
352-799-2462 5 '4 I aI U Pick tomatoes, Artesian obo to god 7omes. 18' Yellowstone Camino Saunas & 2001, twin 150HP DI needs paintn$1250
HIALYA9KTTNSwFarms, 30th St. S.E. & 81355-7672 Sleeps 6, A/C, Fridge 51 Yahama engines with Call 813-960-9573
Mini Australian Shepherd CFA Reg, health cert, 1st StoveMicro FulvSet 51Tanning balance of extended DIAMOND Plate truck
3MalePUpsreg.,nealth shots, fUf&blueeyed, CORK,4605W, Miley Rd, Open 8-5 7 days,,wk. 15P6 Iastures & Contained.Exc ond. Equip warranty, loaded, all bedtool box&bumper,
certs, shots, months $300&up.813-643-7246 Sat & Sun Nov 20 & 21. 813-645-3211 i"Stalls $3500 813-244-1419 electronics, WinDless Must Sell1813-598-2464
old. aV nth7:00AMttil?.Girls&Boys 151011Fa Equip. I 19'1996 Coleman Keyw- anchor, T-tops, Furruno
ld Sa&Vigni clothes size 7 & underINew OpennFullPasture et u Cf 2 Tanning Bed GPS, low hours, $69,900. Eines & Transmissions
Brd. horexpnorseperson est Popup, A/Cf For sale: Wolf, 24 bulb Will trade for large boai & ed&Rebuilt -90 days
PEKINGESE- male Free to good home. Spay- CLASSIFIED WORKS 3t hitch, runsreat re- w eTLC& atesP 24r 7 so.ve a wn i t813_662-158c4a3 Lv message 727-384-2230 Mem BBB 813-907-5519
$200 each cines (813) 963-6612 Plant City, 11/20 soreodIt'duM 1836irm.10-1280 813-901- 97 -96 350
Call813-641-0934 K i t t C Pa r.r832Refr2..ierator 2305' CITATION ClassichWater.. I l e.
Pitbull Puppies, Pure tested, wormed&saots. iet cleaner, lots 2002 KAWASAKI MULE Brd.forexporseperso cond. may. be viewed'aV
Bred.8pup,5me,3 Tooodhomes 6KneCverylowPhrs.aMint.Cond. n re trh4 St S, Site13,Travel-" Kawasald 2000 Ultra 150, W
pupsmale3 Test odwormedshPd $6K new Will Sell T LCond who rea te s. 2 lers Rest Resort 29129 145 hp, under warranty
female, parentonsite. 813-254-4975 PLANT CITY1 1906 N Gor- 8 Pd o (r--1 Johnson Rd Dde City.W$rnh an
f e 1 5to t. ldon St, Fri & Sat Nov 19& $40 ob (8132 949 1 3-610-128 Jonsn R Da e City SEOu 'Xsa
$125 eac.813-689-2 Ragdoll Kittens, pure 20 8AM-3PM. Lots of 3840Oor(517) 404-8081I 15271JHay &IGrain $20,000704994616 1 SEADOO GTX 3 seat-
or766-4326 bqred, Tica registered.2 new things, Christman TRACTOR, 2001 26'1990PROWLERsips8 er$2800, Double Trailer yOU buy sell or find
POMERANIAN Puppies, litters 9 kittens M/F, Decoration Lots of Taskmaster 432 3 .cyl, HAYCLEAN fully self-cont'd, awning will discount if the two
ACaltes1shots, Hei CAvalle12/5/04. Good stuff. CHEAP 28HP. w/fr. endloader, iifton 44 rolls. $40. a/c, tandem ax niceg g -
cates wlstShotsl Homerste. Call813-685-248 Bush Ho& canopy. Cow$35.1n Barn clean, non-smoker. 813-960-8709. almost anything?
Deposit will Ion o 14821 Birds I $7500.35-588-2568 &75&Hw752 $5900 obo. 813-285-9548 17' Ka touring, cur-
Christmas. $450 each ,BR (EOCPT A ATRACTOR Hinomoto 28hp. 8 9 "28' 2001 Forest River All- rent aesign s orm, dry
386-935-2642 BIRDS (EXOTIC PETS ~ IDiesel w/tiller, Rear Livestock American Sport Model. htche rudder, cock Cla
Yard Sale/Swa. e PTO Clean, Exc Cond. TaKe your&skirt,w/pad-
Pomneranian Pups Ammerman's 4902 N.C. o545Hrs, can emadlpics Wan.ted ATVs, etc. w/dyou wnen
TaylorRd. PlantCity, b/t PLANT CITY 2005 W $4,800 obo 813-205-2442 As you go ca.miny Cane SeaDoo 2004 GTX84-Tec
CKC, 8 wks 1st shots & exit 22 & 25 via S. ront- Thonotosassa Rd, Nexit 'ee yougc in, s ea n24 4Tec
health cer. 00$500 age Rd off 14. Sunday to the Tooth Caboosa, Quality new and used COWSCalves,BuIll seen in Rusin,a. Ask- w/Performance Trailer,heck out our Pet
-9 o Sat Nov 20, M3P tractors, See on-lining $13,500. Call Bill: 9.7 barley used hrs
POMERANIAN Puppies Shine.813-752-2230. MulityFamilySalelti inventorywww. WANTED. 81-641-1994/786-7274 flawless $9,50to
AKC, Adorable, fluffy Cockatoo Goffin, loving caldwelltractor.com Call1941-322-4248 31' 1995 Monterey Cobra 8132692187
sweeties health cert + & tame with kings cage Loop, BACK PORCH 5 352-620-9898a550e599 d mest. pusher, under[A Boats
shots$s00 &travel & sleepcage. Sale, Sat Nov20HaH Ia 5Horses& R n w/bkucamacksat. 1RorGfeathered
b0olo radmicouse 31'ao 200do,9,1Seme908-0005 15' 2004KEYn LARGO
POMERANIAN PUPS, 813--6447 lawn edger, elec rlc I vFLATS BOAT '04 S0HP riend that you
AKC, tea cups, 8 weeks, UMBRELLA COCK-A-TOO, hedge trimmer, electric 60 Braford Cows. Must u V s Condition$9,000 fndr, polIng platfrm, lesspth iendt ha v
rwarran, M/F, 3 yrs old, large cage, hold items sell lost lease. 5 I tor Homes 813-363-4099 than h mtr, '0 4
colors, pr it#461 greatpersonaliy. Call 941-720-2560 I RV IsI 813-962-1882 ta n htrr, 9,00.Call
$650.813-382-3746 g $750r PLANT CITY 2514 N. or941-776-1870 1.63-78-6059btwn68p like to.
POODLE STANDARD Call1813-930-8487 Frontage Rd, Sat Nov T/B Reistered DNA 24' 1989 CHEVY JAMEE
incream, blue, $000 1431E I &IRDS! Misc Housh old mre j, Re12 TO.GO!-$8000.A cellent condition. Cane- alum fishing boat15HPo
line0ShoworeaCall &Clothes-CHRISTMAS yr eldxmaren jumps, $ 80 car tailr mail pictures. Asking Johnson, Fishfinder, Call today!
forAdetails727-4 5-3225 A9UARIUM 135 pal items & collectables. l6Hs, $130.lentle 813-707-8375 .15,900 under appraisal. livewell, bilge,.2 seats,
P d0 Toys uceanic, w/ matching Gas stove 1992 Honda 16Hs, $1300.rGentg e "y-70-8 813-546-6702 (813) trailer, good condo. 752*071
POODLESAKC1tinylToys isgtan, wet & dry filter, Civic MsCH MUCH PaintoMarvereg.2yrold,27'1990TravelMaster, CL 737-1482 $1900. Call Mike attl
F 0 t $500Ml igstadwt bdyfiteMORE'! black/whike, one blue C allopt's, sip's6, en,813-508-2051
$4 th cer -1Lving avail fish & supplies .. 200,5eye, just started traperfe nd 44'205thwheel 3slide
Spot Advertising Works can Bank on ouJr Bargains Lots Of misc Items 863-701-7647. Want Ads in the market buy or sell!







NOVEMBER 18, 2004 THE COURIER ; 27


1 1 Auto
620 IEngines,
Parts & Misc.
MOTORfor Chevy 1969 DZ
302, Complete runs
great lots of new parts
3000 OB00, also 1964,
27 apart but complete.
813-752-7958
PRO HOPPER Pumps,
compete kit never used
paid $2,006 sell for
$1 200 obo.
81-417-4892 886-7924
Tires-Goodyear Wrangler
P245/75R17 with Rims.
(4) 900 miles. New
pare. P245/75R16 $110
each. 813-334-1770
TRANSMISSIONS Rebuilt
all makes and models
all work guaranteed. 1d
years exprience. Free
towing 13760-0949
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z, guaranteed
work. Installation
available & everything
elese. Call Rob for
prices: 813-610-1535
TRUCK LID-ASTRO for
Ford short bed super du-
tyexcellent condition
$35 or best offer. Call
V 813-973-0383I
Utility
627 Trailers
13' tip to tip, 5'x8' Croft
Utility TrIr, 61/' height
inside, 715 tires, fullsz
spare,2" ball fiberglass
top. $1,500 813-628-B964
30' 2000 GOOSENECK
New tires :railer
brakes, 25' flat Wth 5'
dove tal, excellent cond
$5500 813-641-1288
6'x12' Enclosed Trailer. 1
yr old, double doors
with ramp all new tires,
roof rack. 3000 o0bo.
813-677-4148
Check out our Pet Classi-
fications to find the fur-
ry or feathered friend
t at you seek!
Trucks. -Light
629 1IDuty I

CHEVY 1976 16' Alum P30
Food convention truck.
Gas, 4 spd, runs great!
Full kitchen. $1,000
813-216-9008 Iv msg
CHEVY 1993 S10 4-cyl s5
spd,$ 0 runs great .00
S813.393-7103


CHEVY 1998 Sl0 SpOrt, 4
cyl, manual trans,
am/fm/cd bedliner
w/cover. a1oys. $4,500.
Call 13-685-7021
CHEVY 1999 Sl0 Ext Cab,
LS Pick-Up; 3rd door,
4.3L V6eAuto A-CTilt
Wheel, P'ewter, 57K ml,
$8,500. 813-949-8308
CHEVY 1999 SILVERARDO
Z71 EXT CAB Silver
Pickup, Auto, 4 WD, 8
C 11. 19000 (M1)

CHEVY 2002 SILVERADO
62,000 ml, Green, Pick-
up, Auto., 2 WD, 8 Cyl.
11 ,500, Tow Pkg 6'bed
RegCab (813) 61-5843
Chevy 2003 SlO, 25K mi
exc cond, must sell
$9500 obo 813-376-1137
or 476-0126
CHEVY 2003 Silverado IS,
Pewter w/gray cloth,
- 4dr, all options. 21K like
new mi, 5.3 V8 must go.
$18,100..813-76-5075
FORD 1973 F-100 360,
auto, LB. Runs & drives.
For parts. Clean title.
$500.813-948-1679

Spot Advertising Works
FORD 1997 F150 XLT,
Extended Cab, V8, auto,
AC all power, bedliner,
206K, good condition,
$6200.813-477-4715
FORD 1998 Ranger XLT 7'
bed, black, new engine
new tires, diamond
plate toolbox. $3800.
813-924-1205
FORD 1999 RANGER,
Long Bed, Standard Cab
New Tires, Runs Great!
$5000 3 813-251-3506
or 813-886-3958
FORD 2000 F150 SUPER
Cab Lariat, Triton 5.4 V8,
Auto, Fully Loaded, Lthr,
ExcCond! $12 800
813-935-6517/361-9308
FORD 2000 Lightni6g
white OEM buckets,
console, carbon fiber
int JBA headers, ma-
nafiows, 4" lowere
chrome wheels, ton-
neau, new S-02 tires 26k
miles, warranty, show
truck, immaculate.
$20,900.813-961-6693
FORD 2002 RANGER XLT
extra cab auto, bIg 4.0
liter V6, 24K mi, -dr
pwer everything,
98/c ass., rear slider,
exc. cond. $12 500.
813-249-5189after5pm.
GMC 1997 4x, S spd, V-8,
3" lift &33" tires,
$6300 obo,
813-363-6457
NISSAN 2000 Frontier XE,
King Cab wht 73k mi,
good condiion $7900.
813-907-2M544or
813-843-1937
TOYOTA 1988 Ex Cab/Ig
Bed, High Hwy Miles,
Good Cond, AC, Many
New Parts All Records
$2,950 obo 813-340-8153


I Trucks
630 Heavy Duty
CHEVY 2000 Silverado
Dually, 1 ton, 4dr, le ath-
er, every options.low
miles, of a kind,
$18,988.813-220-0625
FORD 1994 F250 Diesel
4x4 Supercab, very
clean, in very good
shaoe AC firs $,300.
all 81-310-7749
FORD 1996 F250 XLT,
Power stroke diesel
4x4 extra cab, short
bed, 35" tires ,goose
neck hitch, ood condo
$9500 obo. 3 2-797-4810
or813-748-3081
FORD 1999 F550 XL,
I owner crew cab 4WD,
6spd, 7.3L diesel, 42K, 9'
bed with hdr. goose
neck and rear hitches,
$22,500.813-685-1515
FORD 2000 F550, 4 door
diesel automatic, flal
bed, 813-948-2898.

GMC 2000 3500 Pick Up
67K mim duallys all pow-
er, AC, cass/CD, auto,
bediner, Reese hitch.
$14,500.813-685-9429

630B I4-Wheel
I0 Drive
GMC1990 Jimmy Full size,
4x4, auto V8 PW, runs
great, 120k orig mi.
$4000. 813-995-0033 or
813-477-3426
6311 Vans
CHEVY 1999 Asiro Cargo,
w/rack, White, AC, new
tires, good shape, 94K
ml, $6,300 813-962-2791
or 813-817-3744
CHRYSLER 1997 Town &
Cntry LXI, 3.8/V6, 120K
mi. loaded, all options,
Ithr, reat cond. $4995,
813-849-7004 0964-8886
Chrysler 2002 Town N
Country EX Loaded, DVD
plaer, rear air, AM/FM
Xr eroeather,62k mi
$14, 00 352-796-7220
DODGE 1991 Conversion
van, new tuneup &
brakes, AC, 7 pass, 100k
+ miles, $1350 obo.
813-765-7773
Dodge 1992 Conv. Van,
83K mi., looks & runs
perfect, captains chair.
ust sell now. Sacrafice
$3,960 OBO. 813-240-0151
DODGE 1993 GRAND
Caravan, runs good,
good tires, $850 obo
813-817-9993

Dodge 1996 Caravan, 3
rows of seatsblue, runs
great, $4600 obo
127-207-9035
DODGE 1996 Caravan
white, 7 pass. 5DR, 78RK
mi. pw, pdl, auto new
AC, great cond. $3900
813-310-7807
Dodge 1996 Grand Cara-
van, loaded, new trans.,
shocks, struts, brakes &
tires Best rated $5,500.
863-699-6435
DODGE 200( Grand Cara-
van Sport 8 pass, exc
shape, White, 4 new
tires, $8,750 obo. Call
813-633-1117
Ford 1988 E150 Conver-
sion, 6 cyl, AC, PS,
cruise, high top roof air,
sink. toilet microwave
hot & cold wtr, gas heal
$2,950 813-936-2577
Ford 1989 E350 17' diesel
box van, 150k mi. New
tires, brakes, btry and
trans. Great work truck.
$3500obo. 813-780-1535
FORD 1994 E250 Club
Waton 5.8, all power
capt chairs, veroo
cond.* Asking $4,,oboo
Call 813-932-4847

FORD 1995 Windstar LX
Exc. Cond. $2700
813-856-7972

FORD 1997 Windstar GL
3.8 V6, all power, air
conditioned 59K actual
miles, $250 obo.
813-546-9808
FORD 2000 E150 HighTop
Conversion, wht,'IVCR,
4 capt. chrs, sofa bed,
ithr mt, 3r5K mi nice!
$16,500 813-752-0798
Ford 2000 Windstar SE,
blue metallic, graphite
Ithr int. 48K mi orig.
owner, loaded. $12,000.
813-784-9521

laded, exc. condo 103K
ml., much mileage-
to wed behind motor
home. $6,850 obo
352-583-8290; 206-5736
Oldsmobile 1997 Silhou-
ette exc cond low mi
cold air front X rear, all
pwr, am/fm/cd/cass,
cruise 2 sliding drs.
$8200 127-376-8619
VW 1970 CAMPER BUS
type IIWht, 3 drs, pop
top reblt eng 2 yrs.ago
114 mi. $6000 or besl
offer.813-731-6107
Ssport Utility
632. 1 Vehicles

BMW 2002 XS 3.0141K mi,
BIk, Auto Mnrf VIN#:
SUXFA5572LP31195
S30,500 MUST SEE
LEASE TURN IN (813E
926-8177


632 ISport Utility
632 Vehicles
BMW 2002 X5 3.0 white
exc cond 5,000 mile
full maintenance war-
ranty. Loaded. $31,900.
941-704-9344
Chevy 1995 Tahoe IS, exc
condo, runs great, tow
pkg, cd dual exhaust.
$48 10 27-215-4115 or
727-826-0006
CHEVY 1996 TAHOE LT,
4x4, wht Ithr new tires
new A/C, CD, hitch, 124k
ml good cond.,$6995.
810-976-8717/22h-087
CHEVY 1997 Tahoe 4x4 LT
All Pwr, 4Dr, New Tires,
Blue w/Tan Lthr 175K,
exc. cond. $5 800bobo
813-927-9839 water 5pm
CHEVY 1999 Tahoe, must
sell, 118K hwy mi, all
pwr, 4WD, many extras
thr, rear AC, AM/FM/
CD, 9,000 obo. Call
03-856-6650
CHEVY 1999 Tahoe LT,
Loaded dual air, Lthr
new A/C & tires, well
maint SUPER CLEAN
$10,49M.813-949-3736
CHEVY 2000 SUBURBAN
69K mi gray, leather,
DVD/T1V, sunroof. Excel-
lent condition. $17,500.
813-677-9919
CHEVY 2000 TRACKER,
2dr, adult owned, only
31k, meticulously maint
cold AC, tint, perfect.
$6,750 813-662-1302
CHEVY 2001 TAHOE
50,750 mi, pewter, leath-
er, Auto., -8, CD/cass,
OnStar, 4WD, extra
clean $21,500, Super
Buy (063) 533-5339
DODGE 2000 Durango SLT
4x4. Great Cond. 47K ml,
tow pkg., Custom wheels
&running brd. MustSell.
$13K 813-215-5904
FORD 1992 Explorer Eddie
Bauer, PL, PS, PW.
cruise, Ithr, sunrf tilt,
low m. 93K Mint cond.
$3700 obo 813-685-1049
FORD 1994 Explorer XLT,
4.0 V-6 105K mi. cruise
tilt, PW, alarm sys.:
more. Grandma's car.
$3650.813-886-6776
FORD 1995 EXPLORER
XLT, 4x4 auto, cold A/C,
AM/FM/Cass, pwr wind
loc & mirror. Exc cond
$3960 813-924-8256
FORD 1998 Expedition
XLT PSPW, cruise,
AM/FM/dass 6 disc CD,
front& rearAb, 67.5k ml:
$11,500.813-681-2432
FORD 1999 Explorer
Eddie Bauer, blue, exc.
cond. low miles,
$10,50b. 813-205-1098

FORD 2000 EXPLORER
LIMITED 43 000 mi, Wil-
low green, loaded, tow-
ing pkg, Auto. 2 WD, 8
'' $13,801 (813)
97-4552


%NEW

LISTING
HONDA 1997 PASSPORT
ra Mint condition!
W/CD, sunroof, new
tires, aluminum rims,
$5,900 obo 813-892-7199
Jeep 1995 Grand Chero-
kee LTD. ED., Blk w/Tan
Ithr, loaded A/C, all pwr,
great con., 112K mi.,
$5,800 obo. 813-239-1152
JEEP 2000 GRAND Cher-
okee Laredo 6 cyl, 77k
mi, whiteCDAuto AC,
fu.ly loaded $11,506
813-780-1982
JEEP 2002 Gr Cherokee
Laredo, dk blue loaded
Ithr, great cond. 63k mi
w/ ext warr to 100k mi.
$16.5k obo 813-6896099
JEEP 2002 Grand Chero-
kee, V8, exc cond. Load-
ed. Balance of factory
warranty, 15k.
$22,500.863-386-9498.
JEEP 2002 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, Silver, cloth
interior well maint exc
cond, 5K miles $117000
Call 813-929-9474
Land Rover 2003 Discov-
ery SE, 11K miles I own-
er. Dark/Royal glue ex-
terior, Camel color inte-
rior, loaded, 2 sunroofs,
rear light guard brack-
ets, 6 CD player Great
cond. Also records avail
182%000 OBO
813-810-4446
LEXUS 2000 RX 300 66,000
pampered mi, Gold,
loaded, 6 Cy asking
$19,M,0 MUfSU (81"33
920-8690 *
Lincoln 2000 Navigator
47k mi black/tan dual
capt's ihrs, nav, clean
inside&out.$19500
Call 813-33M-0956
LINCOLN 2003 NAVIGA-
TOR 14,500 mi, Mono
Chrome Pkg, B1k int.
AC/Heated seats, ail
opts, $38,500 (813)
856-3410
MERCEDES 2000 ML320
white ext, gray leather,
only 35K ml sunroof,
Bose audio. $21500/
offer. 727-593-8530
Mercury 1998 Mountain-
eer V8, 4wd, Ithr, re-
mofe/keyless, AC 10
disk cd sunroof 75k mi.
$8300. 113-760-9068
Turn to Classified you
can Bank on our Bargains


16321sport Utility
Vehicles
MITSUBISHI 2001
MONTERO SPORT XLS,
Wht/Gray Ithr, all pwr,
CD, 69K hwy mi $12,500
obo. 813-766-6168
Nissan 2001 Pathfinder
SE, Silver, 4 drs, exc.
cond., CD chng run. brd,
EXTENDED WAkRANTY.
$15,900 obo. 813-843-3320
TOYOTA 1990 4-Runner
V6, pwr drs, wins & snrf
CD plyr, tow pkg good
cond 130K mi. $4300
obo. Call 813-416-5398
TOYOTA 1995 4 RUNNER
SR5, V6, auto Full
package, sunroof, alloy
wheels. $5950 obo.
813-751-1532

633 Scooters &
l -lMopeds

GO-PED type Mini scoot-
er/Su pecast 48cc 2hp
Gas/Elec style foldable
scooter, up to 30 MPH
$175 & up. 727-896-6733
VESPA 1963 & 1966.VIN-
TAGE SCOOTERS (2).
Both in very nice cond.
Call 813-426-3323 or
743-9679 for prices
1635 1 Motorcycles
BMW 1997 R1100RT Red.
28K miles. VGC. Full lug-
gage, ABS, electric WS,
new tires, recent ser-
vice. $6950. Lv. msg.
(813) 787-5416
HARLEY 1973 Sportster
1000, excellent condi-
tion, everything works.
$2900 firm.
After3pm: 813-655-6223
HARLEY 1975
SPORTSTER chopped ele
& kick start, $2800.
863-528-8069
HARLEY- DAVIDSON 1996
FXSTC, 17k 95+ hp.
blue, exc. cond. Lots of
extras. Must sell $11,500
obo. (813)434-6666
HARLEY 1996 FXSTS/
Springer custom paint,
exhaust, chrome, 10k
mi, exc, $14,000. OBO
Ca, 8134-25-6563

HARLEY 1996 SPORTSTER
1200 $9,200 in it exc
cond, new bags, bars,
shield & carb new tires
& tune up, 1st $6,700
takes it. 813-645-9164
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2000
1200 CUSTOM SPORTS-
TER 3800 MILES, SOLO
SEAT, LEATHER BAGS.
$7900 OBO 813-363-8472
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2001
SOFTAIL HERITAGE,
Screaming Eale
Engine, Fully Chromed,
Fully Loaded. $21 ,000.
813-920-7344
Harley 2002 Heritage
Softail ,Classic, fuel in-
Sected, factory security,
00 mile service,
$16,900.813-909-8790
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2004
Thunder Mountain
Custom. 240 rear tire
1100 miles. Must see!
$32,500.727-492-0479
HARLEY Davidson '98 883
Sportster Windshield,
Corbin Sts, Hwy Pegs.
Garage Kept.1 00 mi
$7K obo 813-757-6407
HONDA 1997 Magna 750
Great running power
cruiser w/ only 9500
miles!! Helmet w/s &
saddle bags inc. $36'95.
813-748-6537
HONDA 1998 VALKYRIE
TOURER, 1500cc, all ac-
cessories, 20K mi, 7er-
fecti $8,900. 'all
941-960-9481 weekdays
HONDA 2001 CRX400 Dirt
Bike, less than 4 hrs of
riding. Brand new cond.
w/trailer. Asking $4500
w/trlr. Call 813-988-8860
Honda 2003 Shadow 750,
white, like new, garage
kept, extra's, low miles.
$4500. It's A Beauty!
727-822-6819
HONDA 2003 VTX 1800 R
400 mi, Windshield,
back rest, 5 0r warr
$9,300 Days 875-8935
yes 813-231-8508
HONDA 2004 SHADOW
still under warrity, 8
mos old, garage kept,
royal blue, show room
cond. $6300
352-666-7400
Honda 2004 XR-250 warr
good through 2008 new
Michelin -12 oires,
Croom sticker valid to
'05, $5500,813-918-1316
KAWASAKI 2003
Concours.4K mi, candy
red, Corbin seat, Heli-
bars Rifle windshield.
$5,00. 352-754-1824
KAWASAKI 2004 Vulcan
Classic. 1500cc". Engine
guard, bags,windshield,
rloorooaros. 4600k mi.
$8700 obo 813-788-3249
Suzuld 2001 Iniruder 800
Trike, exceptionally
driven & mechanically
taken care of, $12,000 or
reasonable offer.
352-628-9499
SUZUKI 2002 GSXR ylw/
bik less than 3K miles.
Great cond, extras incld.
Garage kept $6700 (863)
646-T442/954-650-3844
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
'ear, any cond. We pay
cash. T~op .$ Will pick
up. Sals/ erv/Part &
Acc. 813-651.2522
THROTITLE FACTORY


16351 Motorcycles I
YAMAHA 1979 500
Street legal, white & sil-
ver, great cond, exc
com, $850 obo Jeff @
813- 49-0831; 240-9761
YAMAHA 2004 YZF 600R
1000 miles, garage kept.
$6500 FLAWLESS!
727-812-6622
16361 Golf Carts
CLUB Car 1992 36 volt,
great cond, new batter-
ies, new rear seat, $1795
813-949-2106
EZ GO ELECTRIC GOLF
CART, runs good new
batteries. $1500.
813-719-1367

1637IATVs
ARTIC CAT 1998 500,
under 1,000 mi., wench,
all W/D, w/cooled ex-
cellent condition. $,900
Call 813-267-2750
58CC Rascal, new condi-
tion, $750."'02 100CC.
Extreme, lights, electric
start, $1,200.
Call 813-930-8487
SUZUKI 2002 50cc, auto
w/pull start, 2 stroke
eng, great cond, perfect
of youth beginners.
$1000 obo.813-661-3912
YAMAHA 1993 Blaster, V
force reedes, alien
exhaust carb kit,$1795-
01 Blaster, stock $1999
813-949-2106
1 Vehicles
640 Wanted
CASH TODAY!
For Cars, Trucks & Vans
Running Or Not.
813-630-9201 Or
813-728-7979
WE BUY CARS, trucks,
tow trucks, boats, RVs.
CASH TODAY! Any cond!
Free removal. Top $$
Call 813-963-5508ASAP
CASH PAID
For CarsRunningor Not!
We'll come pick It up!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535
I Classic
644 IAntique
Vehicles
BUICK 1986 Hearse, 64K
mi, cold AC, good shape.
New rubber & brakes.
$3800 obo. 352-527-7042

Cadillac 1984 Eldorado
Biarritz Convertible
Like New Cond., $8,50d
obo 0 863-699-6147,
239-571-0996
CHEVROLET 1932 Street
Rod, V8, AC, p/s p/b,
Ithr. This car has had a
complete off frame res-
toration & is a real show
winner. Too much to list.
Must sell or trade.
$29,500 obo. Bob Storer,
Z-Hills, 813-783-1838.

CHEVY 1955 Belair
2dr post $3,500 firm
Call 813-907-7378

CHEVY 1957 210 Bel Aire
street rod, new 350 400
trans, 4 whl disc. 6ver
$28k in parts. 15,900
813-907-6225
CHEVY 1981 Stepside,
runs great! $2500.
813-982-2854

CORVETTE 1989 White
Red Leather, Removabdle
Top, Ground Effects,
Wing, 12K Mi, Collec-
tors Car, 6 Sharp!
813-390-7123
DODGE 1968 Coronet 500
rebuilt 360. Automatic
no rust. Complete $5006
obo Serious inquiries
only. Dan (813)843-2349
EL CAMINO 1978 E-Z re-
store, straight body, ex-
cellent mech, AC, pwr
steering, brakes, locks &
tilt. $3500 813-508-5699
FORD 1937 Street Rod, V8,
AC, p/s,p/b, new tires &
wheels.Tis car is a real
beauty & is always a hit
at car shows. Has too
much to list. Must sell or
trade. $29,500 obo. Call
Bob Storer, Z-Hills,
813-783-1838
JAGUAR 1965 Mark IV,
4dr, needs restoration.
Runs. $7000.
813-982-2854

PONTIAC 1964 Grand Prix
2 dr, automatic, PS/PB
mint cond 86k original
miles 7500 obo.
813-619-7966 817-7966
ANTIQUE AUTOMOBILES.
Private collection
863-697-1319 or
863-763-6266

1645 1ILimousines
Cadillac 1990 Brougham
Presidential, black, wet
bar, tv/vcr/cd glasses,
48K orig. ml. $7000 obo.
813.841.5627813.231.2227

648 1 Wagons
HYUNDAI 2000 Elantra
Station Wagon silver/
grau cloth ,800 miles,
0.L813K671-4237.


I Automobiles
9 For Sale
Acura 1993 Legend, 4 dr,
Fully loaded, automatic
cold ac, low miles, mint
condition! $4200 obo.
813-453-0124
ACURA 1997 3.2 TL, fully
loaded emerald green
ext w/ an Ithr int, sn rn,
CD, AM/FM/Cass, super
clean, runs & drives exc
89k orig mi, well main
all books must sell!
$8700 obo 813-376-0314
ACURA 2003 TL-S 4DR,
white, tan int. 56K mi.
100K mi warr. all scvr
recordsasking $20,500,
727-534- 960
AUDI 1997 A4, 2.8, auto
fully loaded 4 dr pearl
w/beige Ithr interior,
72k mi, showroom condo,
$7,500.813-731-1333.
BENTLEY 1990 TURBO R,
showroom cond, 41K mi
$38,000 firm. 'See at
www.salaita.com or
call 813-833-4040.
BMW 1981 320i-Project
car, 5spd, AC, sunrf, rac-
Sinseats. Paint (copper)
&ody work complete.
$1,950 obo 813-968-1327
BMW 1988 635C51, 2nd
owner, black, new ac,
17in Rondell rims, int re-
finished, driven daily.
$7995.813-254-7681
BMW 1994 318i Conv,
5-spd, Red 109K mi
Great condition! $8500.
863-784-0444 or
305-776-3737
BMW 1995 740il White,
New Engine Block,
Serviced byBMW Dealer.
Nicest inTown! MustSee!
$14,500 obo. 813-300-7207
BMW 2000 328CI Steel
Blue ext., Gray Ithr intr.,
67K mi. new battery,
newbrates. $19300
813-653-4360
BMW 2000 5281 93,000 mi,
Black, Auto, 6 Cyl. Pre-
mium and Sport Pkg
Sunr Grey 1thr $17,80
Call Ben (813) 964-1147
BMW 2001330 Cl, leather,
premium package, like
new oneowner, aveti-
tle 42k mi $23,950 obo.
813-948-411, 78-7117.
BMW 2003 525i Sterling
g rey, only 12k mi, 50k
act warr, prem pkg, int.
phone, exc cond?$34,900
813-888-505.1
BMW 2003 530 Sport pkg,
prem k auto sterling
rey, oadher, 14k miles
Renon headlights, suni.
$41,000.813-765-1827
BMW 2004745i
Sterling Gray Very Well
Equipped Never Titled *
Low miles $71,900
: 941-923-0535 x02
Buick 1992 Skylark, 6cyl
.auto 4 dr, clean, COld
AC, White/Blue, Runs
Excellent! 54K acutal mi
$1,885 obo 813-546-9808
BUICK 1994 Le Sabre-104k
mi, white,oreat cond.,
runs perfectly, cold a/c,
new interior S2000 obo.
813.645.2951727.204.3251
BUICK 1995 Park Avenue
Ultra V6S/Cwhtw/tan
Ithr, loaded, exc cond,
new tires, just served.
Pvt $4995 (352) 588-9822
BUICK 1996 Century 42K
Low Miles, Tape beck,
All Power, Garae Kept
ir$3,800
a 813-654-72751t
Buick 1999 Park Avenue,
private owner, all.op-
Ilons, low miles,
9500obo. A must see!
M-645-9155
BUICK 2000 Park Ave Dia-
mond white, leather, 1
owner, garaged all -
tions, exc condo $9500
813-684-1774
CADILLAC 1993 Sedan De-
ville, gold package,
loaded, 63K miles, per-
fect condition $4 900
Call 813-695-7677
CADILLAC 1997 CATERA,
great mi.chrome rims,
moonroo, sport susp.
perfect, $5 200obo Mus0
sell. All oNers consid-
ered. Mike 813-907-1919
CADILLAC 1997 Eldo, NSE,
1 Owner, Runs & Looks
Like New, 115k, $7,750
727-865-0288
CADILLAC 1998 CATERA

A b
terlor, Cb, great condi-
tion. (813)985-4661
CADILLAC 1998 DE VILLE,
Metallic greyu custom
roof, Ithr, northstar V8
newtires, 53k mi $10,o50
813-633-1445
Cadillac 1999 Delegance,
Pearl white w/white
leather, new tires,
moonroof, very clean,
$7988 813-220-0625
CHEVROLET 20000 Cava-
lier Z24 Supercharged,
23k mi, customized all
r, snroof $11oo.
Nall for details35868435
CHEVY 1985 Camaro Iroc-
Z28, red & black 2.top,
V8 easy restoration,
asKing $1500.
813-254-0546 after 6pm
CHEVY 1995 Impala SS
Burgundy, Leather Inte-
rior, New AC,$7,000
813-363-1727
or 991-9291
CLASSIFIED
IS INFORMATIVE


I49 Automobiles
59 For Sale
CHEVY 1997 Cavalier
Sport Cold AC5 spd, Pwr
Win, Drs & Locks, All in
Exc Cond. Moving, must
Sell $2,450 813-817-4198
CHEVY 1998 LUMINA
83,500 mi, SedanClean
S ond od A/CC 1 PW'
uto.,6 Cyif$4,299 (813)
655-5512
CHEVY 2003 MALIBU, 11K
mi, Blue Sdn, auto, like
new $13,950 obo.
813-920-4836 or
813-404-5652
Chrysler 1992 Imperial
4 door White, beautiful
Car, 66,800 original mi.,
garage kept, leather.
$ ,500 obo.813-788-3854
CHRYSLER 1994 LHS
23,900 Miles, 1 Owner,
Excellent condition, Ga-
raged $5,500
813-876-7159
CHRYSLER 1995 CIRUS
LXI 4 dr 43,600 actual
miles, adll power, minor
front end damage, A/C
needsfixed rebuilttitle.
Priced to sell $2588. OBO
813-239-6120
CHRYSLER 1999 300M,
Gold/Tan Ithr, 86K mi,
auto, good condition
$7,800 obo.
813-645-1313
CHRYSLER 1999 Sebring
JXI Convertible. Leather,
loaded 50k miles,
$7,950.8A13-634-8017.

CORVETTE 1977 T-TOPS,
FAST FAST FAST (ALSO,
ENCLOSED TRAILER
18500)836 $6,500 (727)
808-3836
CORVETTE 1979 59 900
Orig Mi, "Cherry" T-
tops, New Tires, New
Canary Yellow Paint,
$9,900 813-685-9923
CORVETTE 1987 Convert-
ible. Lingenfelder en-
linepkg.-Black lacquer.
8900.727-596-8778

CORVETTE 1989 White,
Red Leather, Removable
Top, Ground Effects,
Wing, 12K Mi, Collec-
t~o 90-71' ,Sharp!
tor's Car, Sharp!
813-390-7123
CORVETTE 1999 COUPE,
Pewter, 17K ml., loaded,
auto, Borla exhaust, like
new. $24,000. OBO
Call I 813-355-6563
Corvette 2000 Convert-
ible, 6 speed, heads up,
every option, 59k, very
nice $24,950.
813-263-7154, 968-4622.
DAEWOO 2001 Nubira
auto, p/w,low miles ex-
tra clean, $3495.
813-920-3542

DATSUN'72510 2 Dr, Does
not run $1200
727-224-8953
DODGE 2001 STRATUS
SE, white, 4dr, automat-
ic, extra clean, 55K
miles well euipMed,
$7,195obo 813-239-0011
FORD 1996 MUSTANG
convertible, loaded, lots
of extras. Excellent con-
dition! Asking $6800.
Must sell! 813-318-2227
FORD 1996 TAURUS,
4DR, Auto, $2500 obo
good transportation
813-317-5886
FORD 1999 MUSTANG
Conv. Anniv. Model,
white/beige, 41K, V6,
leather CD, Immac.
$9500 813-949-2829
FORD 2002 Mustan GT
V8 Auto, 28K White
w/EanLeather, ID Pow-
er Everything, $15400
813-855-7850 205-7173
Ford 2003 Mustang
black, under 12K mi., 3.8
V6, standard shift, load-
ed, like new $11 500
0BO. 727-744-909'
HONDA 1992 ACCORD LX,
1 owner, 4.dri low miles,
perfect interior Michel-
in Tires. $3,95 0BU.
Call 813-884-0539
HONDA 1994 ACCORD EX,
automatic, 4dr all pow-
er, sunroof, A/C CD
good condition, $4,406
obo. Call 813-922-8092
HONDA 1994 CIVIC
170,000 mi, Red,5-Speed
Coupe 4 Cyl. $2,500,
Greatargain as a spare
vehicle and a great val-
ue fora starter car. (813)
601-1517
HONDA 1997 Civic EX
white, good cond. 98k
mi. all power, CD,
sunroof $4600.
813-837-9548
HONDA 1998 Accord EX
Cpe, V6, AT, Green/Tan
Ithr, keyless, loaded, all
pwrI1owner, reg. maint
wallrecs, x-cond, 97K
mi, $9,500.813-546-9265
HONDA 1999 ACCORD EX
white/tan, 67Kmi 4 dr
auto,tintwdws, PW,
CD, snroof. Very clean.
$9,800 813-205-3320
HONDA 1999 CIVIC SI,
Red, Mint cond. 5-spd,
44K mi, new S ortstires,
$12,900.813-787-5454

HONDA 2000 ACCORD EX
IMMACULATE, Loaded!
Metalic Silver. V-6 Ithr
AC CD Alarm sn rfallpwr
$12,700 813-258-4442
Turn to Classified you
can Bank on our Bargains


S Automobiles
64 For Sale
HONDA 2001 CIVIC LX,
White, 4dr, full power,
automatic, 77K miles.
MUST SELL! $6900obo
Call 813-748-7716
HONDA 2001 Prelude
VTech Auto 49 600 Mi
Excellent Condition in-
side & out. Asking Price
$14,500 813-653-4058
Honda 2002 Accord EX,
auto, silver/grey cloth
power everything, 6 cd
ch r,2sunrf,8K mi,4cyl,
V-tec engine, keyless
entry. $14,900
n 27-418-8190
HYUNDAI 2003 Tiburon
GT 6 cDi 6 spd, blk Ithr
int. 17" alloys, 20K,
$14,700 obo
727-364-6439
INFINITI 1999 130 55k mi
Silver Limited Loaded
$10 500 Mint Cond. War-
rany to 7/20075&397k mi.
Must Sel1,813.505.3258
Infiniti 2000 130, 55k mi,
metallicgreen, CD, AC,
exc conU fully loaded.
$14,500 obo.
813-615-0109
INFINITI2000 Q45 121,000
mi White, Sedan, Auto.,
2 WD, 8 Cyl. $13 950
Must See, Excellent
Condition, Loaded (813)
991-5742
JAGUAR 1994 XJ12, pow-
erful, shimmery gold,
unique, vintape J~a
J, el
stye, extremely so io,
$ 500 813-948-638
JAGUAR 1999 XK8 Cony.,
sapphire blue/ivory thr,
fact chrome whls, fact.
CD 49K mi. Spectacular.
$24,995.813-969-3238
KIA2001 RIO 41K mi, yr
warranty, Silver, 5 spd
CD player excellent
condition $3,000
Call 727-73-7755
LEXUS 1990 LS 400, auto,
cold AC, new paint, new
int, Bose, mint condi-
tion 96515 mi, 2 owner
$5560 obo. 727-541-656U
LEXUS 1993 SC400, auto
A/C, Navy Blue .ext.
Tan Ithr, 20" chrome,
needs intr work $6300.
813-986-1709. 874-3197
LEXUS 1995 SC400, red
w/tan leather interior
sunroof, all power, 1
disc cd excellent cond
$8000.813-679-7343.
LINCOLN 1989 LSC, new
tires brakes & battery.
Goo6 clean car w/ac.
Exc Stereo stereo. $1800
813-655-7370
LINCOLN 1999TOWNCAR
Signature Series, exc,
clean in/out, well maint,
73K, asking $11,500.
813-995-295?1
LINCOLN 2000 Continen-
tal Fully LoadedActual
o mileage 20,026. Pristine
Condition $13,000 obo
$ 813-621-77260
Lincoln 2001 LS Sports
package moonrF, pearl,
new brakes & tires au-
to, stability control.
$16,550.813-363-7544
Lincoln 2001 Towncar,
Presidential edition,
black diamond/tan, 25k
miles, factory wrnty.
$11,890 352-382-7293
Lincoln 2001 Towncar,
Presidential edition,
pearl white/tan, 36k
mies, factory wrnty.
$18,890.352-382-7392
Lincoln 2002 Towncar,
Presidential edition,
red/white, 19k miles
factory wrnty. $22,50
352-382-7293
MAZDA 1999 626 ES
red owr pkg, cold Al,
4dr, leather, cd, 57k ml
excellent cond must
sell $5,800 813-716-9335
Mazda 2001 Miata drk









SL327R d w In ts2
nexc condo gar kept,
41K i, ATFM/D,
front mask inc $11,800.
813-681-5763,503-3161
MERCEDES 1988 560 SL
Roadster white w/two
tops, 114,900 miles, runs
great fun car, $9900.
8all 813-624-8214.
MERCEDES 1988 560SL
Cony. 2 owners, out-
standing, cond 2 tops,
new soft top, $8750 obo
727-365-1099
MERCEDES-BENZ 1992
190 130,000 mi, Black,
Sedan, Auto., 2.3 4 Cyl
$125 Bargain (813)
925-1060 ;
MERCEDES 1992 300E,
Very clean loaded
$5000. 727-943-8274

MERCEDES-BENZ 1997
SL320 Red w/Tan int, 2
tops, 70k gentle miles,
alf'records a must see
cherry roadster, $24,700
(813) 901-5699
MERCEDES BENZ 1998
SLK 230 Roadster/
Conv't. 1 Owner. Good
Cond. $16,900.
404-909-1377
Mercedes 1998 C230 grey
4 dr sedan, automatic
leather, sunroof 161K
mi $7969 813-83b-1997
clean must see
MERCEDES 19982E320, CD,
luxury pkg, full power,
perfect maintenance,
perfect 1aint/body,
916.51K 13-3"4831
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IAutomobiles
1649 For Sale
MERCEDES 1998 SLK230,
hard top, conv't Exc.
cond., Bik/BIk, 72K
gentle miles. $18,500.
813-431-1511
MERCURY 1992 Tracer
Wagon, Low miles 79K
con dt gon clean, good
con dion tires, silver,
$1500 obo. 813-933-9056
Mitsubishi 2002 Ecli se
GS, burgundy, auto, 2dr
h-back, upgraded sound
29K m r good cond.
$11,500 727-784-0198
NISSAN 1990 300ZX 2 + 2,
52k milesshowrm cond,
automatic, T tops,
leather, loaded. $7500.
941-650-8456
NISSAN 1991 Maxima,
new clutch, new timing
bit, new water pump,
new t-stat, cold AC
$2200 obo 727-647-4025
NISSAN 2001 AltimaGXE4
dr, 5 spd, CD, tint, warr,
63K all pwr, keyless,
pen condo. new tires,
$7990.813-671-5994.
NISSAN 2004 Sentra, 1.8S,
blk, auto 12k Must sell.
$11,500
Excellent condition
813-477-8731
OLDS 1989 88All Power,
4 door, $1,150 OBO
813-426-5463
PONTIAC 1992 Firebird,
V6 auto AC, Red, new
paint, 116K mi $2,400
obo. Call 813-9J6-1471

PONTIAC 2000 Firebird 6
cyl, 35k, burundy,
Sharp! Estate
settlement. $9,300
813-244-1876
PORSCHE 1996 Twin
Turbo Arena red with
Silver, Over500HP.
Extensive upgrades! 47K,
90Kinvested, Sell$69K.
eorge 813-293-1717
PORSCHE 2000 Boxster
White 5spd, 1
meticulous nonsmoking
owner, Porsche
serviced, garaged.
$26,500 63-602-8981

PORSCHE 2001 Boxster S
Conv't. silver, 47K ml.
$28.900 863-412-0676

SAAB 1998 900S Conv't.
52Kmi. gold 5spd. FWD,
fullyload'ed, alloy,
pristine cond. $13,500.
941-383-0123
SATURN 1995 STATION
WAGON,5 speed w/A/C,
CD Player, custom
wheels, tinted windows,
like new interior $2500
obo 813-766-1476
SATURN 2000 SL1 gold,
74k miles, automatic
full power excellent
shape 5$100 obo.
813-626-7752,924-3927.
Thunderbird 1997, black,
tinted windows fully
loaded, less than 45K mi,
mustsee!!!!
Call 813-684-0149
TOYOTA 1994 Cam ry LE,
PW, PS, PL, alloy wheels,
cold air, 137k mi, very
good condition clean,
$3050 obo813-842-5190.
TOYOTA 1999 CAMRY
LE, auto, PW, PL, cruise
spoiler, 58k mi, great
gas mi extra clean
$7995 811-931-9687
TOYOTA 2003 Corolla LE
ac, auto, cruise, am/fm,
CD/cass, all pwr, key-
less gra metallic, 1K
mi $13,400 813-223-9498
TOYOTA 2003 MR2 Spider
Conv't. 6 spd, green, tan
top, 2800 mi. Must see!
Must sell! .$22,900.
813-920-7181
Toyota 2004 Prius Hybrid,
gas/elec, pK #. 7:
60/51mpg, PIoelana
Pearl/lvry, 9200 mi like
new. $25. 727-492-t811
VOLVO 1999 S80 Silver,
leather, CD, 61K miles,
loaded.'
$13,999
813-931-3684
VW 1974 BEETLE little
rust, good engine, many
new parts must see
asking $2,060.00 or best
offer call 1813)215-1514
VW 1997 JETTA GLS,
black, auto sun, alloy
whIs CD 72k mi.,'$4900.
Call on 13-732-4225

VW 1998 New Beetle,
Great Shape AC CD,
Auto, 84K5260
819-7576778

VW 2002 PASSAT GL
Gray Ithr, sunrf, CD, silver
41K mi, clean cassette
Garaged,$14,995 firm
813.641.2552;wk 831.8213
VW 2003 JETTA TDI Die-
sel (620mi pertankcity)
28, 000 mi Rdc Sedan,
Speed, WD 4 Cyl.
$15,006, Must S'ell, (813)
719-0090
VW 2003 JETTA GLI, 35K
miles, V6, 6spd, grey
w/grey leather aloy
weels, CD mint cony
$18,500 .813-784-469
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AND VANS, RUNNING OR
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