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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE




THE COURIER
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2004 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


in the
NEWS


The commission
delayed $150,000 in
funding for
restoration of the
Bing Rooming House.
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NEW HOMES
Plant City and Durant
high schools will be
in new football
districts next season.
PmE 18


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


IANKS
EC IAL HANKS



This Thanksgiving, Two Plant City Families Are Especially Thankful

By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
The Meeks and the Pfotenhauer/Toole families won't appear to be any different than thousands
of other Plant City families when they sit down to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner together. In most
ways, they're not different. But in the past year, these two families have seen big changes. It hasn't
always been easy, but both agree they have more to be thankful for than ever before.


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the Hillsborough
County Hispanic
Herritage Commit-
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This Thanksgiving, Savanna Toole, left, will hear the voices of her
family in a way she never could before June, when surgeons implanted
a device that radically improved her hearing. Shown with Savanna is
her sister, Linsey Toole, and her parents, John and Karen Pfotenhauer.


CALENDAR Miracle Of Sound


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This year, Savanna Toole will
hear Thanksgiving grace in a way
she hasn't in all of her 15 years.
She might not understand all
of the words she's not that far
along yet. But the quiet teenager
and her family will remember
Thanksgiving 2004 as the first
time that they give thanks for
what they call Savanna's "mira-
cle."
Savanna was born deaf


because of a damaged auditory
nerve. She has used a traditional
hearing aid that gave her a little
benefit. Though she has some
ability to communicate verbally,
she is difficult to understand and
has always relied on sign lan-
guage to communicate.
In June, she underwent major
surgery for a cochlear implant, a
cutting-edge device that by
See TOOLE, Page 17


TONY MARRERO/Staff photos
The Meeks family will celebrate their second Thanksgiving since the
adoption of their three newest family members. The Meeks family
includes, from left, Caitin, Michael, Don, Jonathan, Terilynn, Nicholas
and Brant.


More To Love


In the midst of what they
thought would be a tragedy, the
Meeks family also found a
reaffirmation of decisions
they've made that changed their
fantily forever.
In a football game on Nov. 20,
Brant Meeks, the 15-year-old
son of the Rev. Don and Terilynn
Meeks, took a hit that doctors at
first feared could leave him para-
lyzed. Paramedics rushed the


kicker for the Antioch Redskins
to Brandon Regional Hospital.
Not long after, some 50 people
were in the waiting room,
including pastors from three
different churches, praying for
Brant's recovery. Tears ran down
faces, Terilynn said.
Then, "they took him off the
backboard and he walked out of
the hospital," she said. "It just
See MEEKS, Page 16


SRHI Calhoun Retires As City Recreation, Parks Director


IN THE TRIBUNE
Here's a preview of
what you'll find in
The Tampa Tribunes
Plant City section
Saturday.
L) Penny, a
golden retriever-
collie mix, is a
familiar sight in
the halls of the
180-bed Health
Center of Plant
City.


SERVED CITY SINCE 1975


By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Plant City's Recreation and Parks Depart-
ment director, Richard "Cal" Calhoun, who
has served the city for 30 years, has submitted
his retirement.
City Manager David Sollenberger made the
official announcement at the city commission's
Nov. 22 meeting that Calhoun submitted a
letter stating his retirement effective Nov. 15.
Calhoun's retirement comes as he faces
charges that he molested a 17-year-old
Tampa boy. He had been on paid administra-
tive leave since he was arrested in July. Recre-
ation director Jack Holland has served as
interim recreation and parks director.
Calhoun is charged with showing obscene
material to a minor, performing an unlawful


sex act with a minor and performing a lewd
and lascivious act on a minor. He is free on
$3,000 bail. No trial date has been set. His
attorney, Ed Suarez of Tampa, was out of
town this week and couldn't
be reached for comment.
Calhoun did not return
calls seeking comment. But
in July, he told The Courier, "I
have done nothing
inappropriate with this
young man and I am hopeful
that the truth will come out.
During my career as a recrea-
Calhoun tion official with the city, I
have a long history of helping
children and working with the youth in our
community."
Sollenberger said Calhoun's retirement
letter made no mention of the case.


Personnel records show that Calhoun, an
Ohio native, worked as a security officer and
day care camp leader before he was hired by
Plant City in 1975. He most recently earned
$68,828.
City officials credit Calhoun with having the
foresight to stay ahead of the city's growth so that
its recreation and parks needs are met. "He did a
wonderful job for the city," said city Commis-
sioner Bill Dodson. "Our recreation department
doubled in size as the population doubled."
"He's really going to be missed," said Mayor
Mike Sparkman. "He's done a tremendous job
and leaves a legacy of good, hard work."
Sollenberger said Tuesday that he could
have a plan for the search for Calhoun's
replacement as early as next week.
Holland, who has 20 years of experience
with the city, informed Sollenberger Tuesday
afternoon that he is interested in the job.


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CALENDAR

PLAN AHEAD
Christmas parade
The annual Plant City
Christmas Parade will be
Dec. 3 at 6:30 p.m.
The parade begins on
SR 39 at Alsobrook
Street, heads north and
then east on Reynolds
Street before disbanding
at Michigan Avenue.

Christmas bazaar
The Lakes at Sam
Allen Road at Highway
39 will host a Christmas
Bazaar Dec. 2 from 8:30
to 11 a.m.
Fine art show
The East Hillsborough
Art Guild will host its
13th annual Christmas
Showing of Fine Art on
Dec. 2 from 5 to 7 p.m. in
the private dining room
of the Walden Lake Golf
and Country Club. 2001
Clubhouse Drive.
The artists will be on
hand. Wine and cheese
will be served.
Call: 752-9660.

'Candy Cane Lane'
The annual "Candy
Cane Lane" Christmas
bazaar will take place
Dec. 3 and 4 from 9 a.m.
to 3 p.m. at Grace United
Methodist Church, 1801
E. Cherry St. Christmas
ornaments, hand-sewn
items, food and more
will be available. Call:
759-1162 or 752-0685.
Game and card party
The Plant City Garden
Club, 1112 N. Wheeler
SL, will hold its annual
. Game and Card Party
Dec. 3.
Luncheon begins at
noon. Cost is $15. There
will be door prizes and
sales of baked good and
crafts. :
Call- Liz Miller, 754-
6659. -

See C^NDAR, Page 12


A day of giving
Volunteers Rosa Vigil, left, and Laura Castillo present a family with a turkey and the fixings during Unity in the Community's
Turkey Giveaway Nov. 20 at the Kash n' Karry on Alexander Street. Unity, a local group dedicated to feeding Plant City's
needy, gave away 176 turkeys with help from Kash n' Karry and a host of volunteers.



City Delays Improvement League Agreement


RESTORATION FUNDING
ON HOLD.
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The city commission'voted Monday
night to delay making $150,000 available
to the Plant City Improvement League for
the purpose of restoring the aging Bing
Rooming House at 205 S. Allen St.
Mayor Mike Sparkman pulled the pro-
posal from the agenda for discussion after
voicirig concern that it might be too early
to commit the funding without confirmed
help from other sources .
"I agree. with the use of this money,"
_Sparkmnan said. "But I don't feel comfort-


. able putting mn0ey into something when
I don't know if-it will succeed without
additional funds being received. Is there
another source of revenue that will be
used to finance the additional costs that
are expected?"
Hillsborough County and the city,
determined the two-story wood-framed
house in Lincoln Park is eligible for funds
from the federal Community Develop-
ment Block Grant Program. The Plant
City Improvement League was named the
owner of record of the building last year
and will be responsible for the restora-
tion.
The $150,000 from the block grantwas
expected to pay for about half of the res-
toration. !
A discussionbetween the commission-


ers showed that no one had a solid grasp
on how much the project would cost. But
the contract between the two parties
spells out the way the money in the block
grant would change hands.
According to the agreement, the city
would hold the $150,000 available
through the grant. Any expenses, includ-
ing the architectural study needed to
determine the cost of the project, will be
paid by the league. Then the city will
reimburse the league with the block grant
funds.
Sparkman also wanted to know how
much money the league has on hand to
pay for the expenses up front as they
come in.


See CITY, Page 12


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Like father, like son:
At right, David Little
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smoker stuffed with
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from left, and Pig
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and Jodie Smith.


DAVE BUYENS/Photos
Lindsey Weldon, 16, of Plant City proudly shows off the ribs
made by Big. D's Barbecue team. The team didn't place, but,
"There's always next year," she said.


The little cooks competed, too. Grand champion was shared by Jayce and Jackson Hardee, first and second from
left with trophies. They also won their 10-and-under division in the chicken category. At right, Carly Knox, 7,
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Nora Lee Is Patsified'


OPRY PERFORMER

CELEBRATES PATSY

CLINE NOV. 27
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@medlageneral.com
Nora Lee, a longtime coun-
try gospel singer, who has
always enjoyed performing
songs by the late Patsy Cline,
will appear in the Nov. 27
Plant City Florida Opry, along
with the Sawgrass Bluegrass
Band, George Draper and the
Crimson Creek Gospel Band.
Lee, a Kentucky born singer,
one of 16 children raised on a
small farm behind Star Hill, was
taught by her parents to sing
and enjoy gospel music. Her
father, who was both a coal
miner and a preacher, let her
sing in church at the age of 10.
Like many country singers, Lee


Nora Lee


also learned to enjoy the sounds
produced by Cline, particularly
such hits as "She's Got You," "I
Fall To Pieces" and "Crazy."
Lee, who has performed at
the event before, will be joined
on the. 1914 Plant City High
School and Community
Center stage by three first-
time performers at the Opry.


The bluegrass band, led by
Jerry Foley, has the 2003 Yee-
Haw Junction bluegrass fiddle
champion in Suzanne Lan-
sford. They will be joined by
Draper, and the Crimson
Creek Gospel Band, led by
Keith McKenzie.
"I haven't talked to Myrle
(Henry, the producer of the
show) about whatkind of music
he might want me to sing," Lee
said on Monday. "I love to sing
gospel, but if he wants me to
sing a little Patsy Cline I can get
Patsified in a hurry."
Tickets to the Opry can be
purchased for $10 from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. through Satur-
day at the Olde Village Shop-
pes, 108 S. Collins St., at
Families & Friends Antiques &
Collectibles, 1304 S. Collins
St., or at the door. The show
starts at 7 p.m. For more
information,. call Henry at
752-4094.


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A good cause mall
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in the last year leading up to the event. More than 75
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OPINION


Society Cannot Cordon


Religion From Politics


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issue of gay marriage or
abortion because both are
activities in which one need
not participate, whether they
are legal or illegal.
Nevertheless, Christians
and other religious people
have a perfect right to advo-
cate their moral positions in
the public arena. The idea
that one can have a purely
secular morality disconnected
from religious beliefs is
nonsense.
All morality has its origins
in religion of some kind, and
laws are reflections of moral-
ity. There is no purely practi-
cal reason why it is wrong to
steal and to kill, yet virtually
all societies recognize that
those activities are wrong.
Judaism, Christianity, Bud-
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religions condemn them, and
religions preceded the
modern state.
Nazism and communism
should stand as warnings to
those who think you can build
a rational society devoid of
religious beliefs. Millions of
people were murdered under
those systems, and why was
that? Because without
religion, one can make a
perfectly logical and reasoned
argument for murder. Why
should society spend the
money to maintain the lives
of the hopelessly insane or


CHARLEY
REESE
Columnist


retarded? Why shouldn't the
government round up and
execute people it considers a
threat? Does not the greater
good trump the fate of
individuals?
If indeed there is no God,
then human life is just an
accidental phenomenon and
no more valuable than that of
a mosquito. As we saw in Nazi
Germany and the Soviet
Union, societies without God
create rivers of blood. In a
crazy way, humans will
always be under a god if not
the God of the universe, then
the state will become God.
Personally, I prefer the one in
the sky to the one in the
uniform.
Western civilization was
built on the foundation of


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'm sure that I have said
this before, but it's a
genuine shame so many
people live their entire lives
without experiencing the
deep entertainment value of
recreational church-league
softball.
We call our team the "one-
syllable wonders." San, Bill,
Sam, Bob, Tim, Jeff... you get
the picture. We're not a
mega-church, so what we lack
in the depth chart we make
up for by way of invention, a
certain ballpark c'est la vie
and of course a highly
developed sense of the
absurd.
Before their surprise
achievement of two weeks
ago (some 16 games into the
season), the Pococurante
Presbyterians were more
accurately known as "one
WIN wonders."
Then, and markedly
notable for a denomination
not widely known for signs
and wonders, a second
consecutive "W" appeared on
the score sheet, thus setting
the stage for last week's
remarkable foray into the
unknown. Yes, the Carver
Street Conundrums came
into the cool fall evening.
looking at the possibility of a
veritable Trinitarian collec-
tion of successive victories.
What followed amounted
to a providential collusion of
decent hits and bad bounces.


DEREK
MAUL
Columnist


Uneven turf transformed
infield pokes into standup
doubles; wild throws con-
verted easy outs into two-run
triples; pathetic dribblers
bounced off opponents'
sneakers to morph into base
hits.
Then, as if someone had
literally thrown a magic
switch, good fortune mutated
into real confidence and the
Presbyterian Whiffers sud-
denly became the Church
Triumphant. Mere mortals hit
like archangels and the
heavenly host turned double
plays with alacrity while
picking off fly balls as if
imbued with powdr from
above.
Grown men whooped and
hollered as other grown men
pranced from base to base
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REESE
Continued From Page 6
Christianity. That's a fact, not
an opinion. A lot of sinning
notwithstanding, the laws and
institutions of the West were
derived from Christianity. It is
no accident or whim that
Europe was long known as
Christendom. It is no accident
that George Washington said
a man who was an enemy of
religion was also an enemy of
the republic.
Unfortunately, the West is
losing its Christian moorings.
Europe today is far more
secular than the United
States. The Europeans could
not even bring themselves to
acknowledge Christianity in
their new constitution.
In the United States, the
push is on to lock Christianity
up in its church buildings.
Keep it out of politics. Keep it
out of the public arena. Well,
this militant secularism is one
way to commit national
suicide. Washington's
comment was connected to
the fact that it was impossible
for a free republic to exist with
immoral people. Cut people
loose from the moral moor-


Liberals hate it when
I say this, but the
Third Reich was
secular liberalism
carried to its logical
conclusion.

ings of religion, and the state
will have no choice but to step
in and control them. Remem-
ber, it's always a choice
between the God in heaven or
the God who commands the
army and the police.
One of the favorite canards
of the secular folks is to blame
wars on religion, but the truth
is that the all-time champion
murderers have always been
atheists. Nobody in human
history murdered more
people than Stalin, Hitler and
Pol Pot. The 20th century was
the bloodiest in human
history, and not one of its
wars was about religion.
One piece of sophistry
employed by the secularists is
the claim that "you have no


right to impose your morality
on other people." That's bull.
Every law in every law book in
the land is an imposition of
morality on other people. The
only question is whose
morality is going to be
imposed. What the secularists
are really up to is imposing
their morality on Christians
and other people of faith.
I really believe the future of
. America depends on whether
we experience a revival of the
spirit. If we don't, if the
secular trend continues, then
politics won't save us. In fact,
politics devoid of God will
doom us.
Liberals hate it when I say
this, but the Third Reich was
secular liberalism carried to its
logical conclusion. That's plain
enough if you study the Third
Reich and compare it with the
positions advocated by today's
secular liberals. It is always a
fatal error to put one's trust in
man instead of in God.
Write to Charley Reese at
P.O. Box 2446, Orlando, FL
32802.


MAUL
Continued From Page 6
defining their progress by
landing on each marker with
both feet at once. Sam, who
had to that point enjoyed a
fruitless evening with the bat,
not only achieved base-hit
immortality but made it all
the way around without being
tagged. His smile was so
beatific the home plate
umpire almost joined our
church on the spot.
The evening was a lot of
fun. Such fun, for the most
part here in the United Sates
of America, is standard fare
and readily available for all
who would choose to partake.
This week we celebrate
Thanksgiving. Today, instead
of the usual litany of grati-
tude, I have simply laid out a
slice of good American life.
This privilege we enjoy does
not come to us lightly, nor is it
the simple result of being born
human on this good earth. In
fact, human nature is such
that in the general order of
things despotism and *
tyranny tend to abound.
Oppression is the rule rather
than the exception.


-NOVEMBER 25;2004* TH1O 0URIER 47

So this week, as we
sit around whatever
kind offeast we are
blessed to prepare,
take a moment to
count your personal
blessings.
So this week, as we sit
around whatever kind of feast
we are blessed to prepare,
take a moment to count your
personal blessings. Tell your
family what you are thinking,
share the joy.
I'll be raising my iced-tea
glass to cool evenings of
friendly competition, the
amazing context of precious
liberty, the softball team that
never quit and the compelling
faith they represent. A faith
that loves rather than hates; a
God who invites rather than
condemns; a belief that
always leads to freedom. God
bless America.

Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can view
his work at derekmaul.com
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Riding
Sometimes, the gift of love
comes in a special package on
a HARTline bus.
Ann Boyd, senior adminis-
trative assistant to county
attorney Jennie Granahan
Tarr, received the Hermana
Award (meaning "lovely
sister") from the Hillsborough
County Hispanic Heritage
Committee. The
award recog-
nizes people
important to the
Hispanic
Community.
While riding
to Tampa from
Plant City on
"ET( the bus each
BRIGGS. day, Ann
Columnist befriended a 12-
year-old
Hispanic boy
with kidney cancer, who rides
the bus with his mother and
little sister to Tampa General
Hospital three times a week
for dialysis. In July, a tree fell
through their mobile home,
leaving them without anyth-
ing, including the boy's bike
and Xbox (very important to a
12-year-old boy).
Ann's husband, John, who
works for-the Plant City Clerk
of Circuit Court, organized a
silent auction at his office and
raised $300 to help the family.
To help this special family,
call social worker Sonia at
659-8566.


For one local couple,
sometimes the gift of love and
life are entwined.
Stacy Simmons, a conduc-
tor for CSX who has waited 20
years to reach the level to be
considered for a kidney
transplant, found out in July
his wife, Laura, was a match.
In October, Laura, who
works for Coca Cola, gave the
gift of life to the love of her
life. This special couple
thanks the wonderful people
at First United Methodist
Church in Plant City, and Life
Link.
"We're doing wonderful,"
Laura says, and wants every-
one to know the importance


of organ donation. This
family, including daughters
Rachel and Erika, has a lot to
give thanks for this Thanks-
giving.
For information on organ
donation, call Life Link,.251-
8017.


The Tomlin Auditorium
project committee has asked
me to pass along their new
Web site: www.TomlinRestor-
ation.com
"Purchasing a seat in honor
of an alumni or favorite
teacher would make a great
gift this holiday," they
suggest.


Speaking of special Tomlin
teachers, I had the pleasure of
working with Beryl Buchman
who taught English there for
many years. Now I have the


pleasure of congratulating
Beryl and Jack Wolff on their
marriage.
God bless you and may you
have many years of bliss!
*****

What a nice treat: Michael
Cameron and Darlene Schenk
of the Edward Jones staff on
Thonotosassa Road gave
delicious pumpkin pies to
their friends and clients for
Thanksgiving.
I've heard Antiques and
Treasures at 107 N. Collins St.,
will hold its Holiday Open
House on Nov. 28, and will be
open for Christmas shopping
from 1 to 5 p.m. each Sunday
in December.
Ken and Gloria Battle have
expanded their antique shop,
Antiques and More, at 102 S.
Evers St.
News from your business

See BRIGGS, Page 14


CLUB NOTES


Federal employees
The Strawberry Chapter of the National
Association of Retired (and current) Federal
Employees will hold its annual Christmas
meeting and luncheon Dec. 2 at noon in the
Singles Ministry of the First Baptist-Church of
Plant City, 103 E. Baker St. Current federal
employees are welcome, too.
For information and/or reservations, call
chapter president, Richard Zeiner, 579-2887.

Christian Women's Club
The Plant City Christian Women's Club plans
its "Beyond the Big Red Bow" luncheon Dec. 7
at 11:30 a.m. at Walden Lake Golf and Country
Club.
The cost is $11 inclusive.
The luncheon features speaker Carolyn
Ersig, who will share her stories of "Celebra-
tions from the Kitchen." The Sweet Spirit Quar-
tet will provide music.
For reservations and complimentary nursery,


call Dorinda, 764-8385, or Dinah, 717-9127, or
e-mail doricard@msn.com. Reservations and
cancellations are necessary.

Civil War unit
Step into the ranks of history as a Southern
cannoneer and join the Milton Light Artillery,
Co. A.
Milton is a Civil War reenacting unit based
on an actual 1860s Florida battery. Milton reen-
acts more than 15 battles a year and includes
civilian and nursing impressions.
E-mail info@miltonartillery.com or visit
www.miltonartillery.com.

FAMU alumni
The Florida A&M University National Alumni
Association, Plant City Chapter, meets the
second Thursday of each month at 6 p.m. at
Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist Church, 911
E. Warren St.
Call: Bea, 752-0451.


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On Kindness


Blood drives
BloodNet USA will sponsor
the following blood drives:
Patterson Freight, 3108
Central Drive, Nov. 30 from
12:30 to 4 p.m.
James Hardie Building
Products, 809 Woodard
Wilson St., Dec. 2 from 2 to 6.
p.m.
C.F. Industries, State Road
39 North, Dec. 2 from 8 a.m. to
3p.m.
Call: (800) 683-8355.

Art Guild Art Shows
The East Hillsborough Art
Guild will display art through
December at the following
locations:
Bruton Memorial Library
- Quilts on display.
Florida Blood Services in
Plant City- Angie Bevlin..
# Greater Plant City Cham-
ber of Commerce Melitha
Everett.
Park Side Cafe Jossie de
Q. Azorin.
Orange Blossom Tea
Room Jane Burrows.
Paso Fino Association -
Rick Boyette.
The Plant City Courier/
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Bryant and Jossie de Q.
Azorin.
For information about the
artists or exhibits, call exhibi-


BIRTHS


The following births were
reported at Brandon Regional
Hospital:
Oct. 4
A son, Caden Matthew
Leland Moore, to Ashley
Tatum and Matthew Moore of
Plant City.
Oct. 10
A son, Naldo Jason Vargas
II, to Christina Becton and
Naldo Vargas of Plant City.
Oct. 11
A daughter, McKenzie Paige
Owens, to Sheryl and David
Owens of Plant City.
A son, Case Douglass
Watson, to Jill and Doug
Watson of Plant City.
Oct. 12
A son, Jacob Aaron White,
to Stephanie and David White
of Plant City.
Oct. 14
A son, Caleb Andrew
Nelson, to Sylvia and Timothy
Nelson of Plant City.
Oct. 21
A son, Brandon Reid Palm,
to Lisa and John Palm of Plant.
City.
Oct. 25
A son, Forest Lee Mulhol-
land, to Elizabeth Durham
and Jason Mulholland of Plant
City.


Oct. 27
A daughter, Emma Grace
Hansen, to Teri and Michael
Hansen of Plant City.
A son, Evan Ellis Knight, to
Patricia Henderson and Edie
Knight of Plant City.
Oct.28
A son, Cody Ray Ennis, to
Cassidy Reynolds and Jody
Ennis Jr. of Plant City.
Oct. 29
A son, Gage Romeo.Graham,
to Monica and Robert Graham
of Plant City.
Nov. 2
A daughter, Sara Emilee
Swingle, to Cathie and Wayne
Swingle, Jr., of Plant City.
A daughter, Scarlett Rose
Gembala, to Heather and
Anthony Gembala of Plant
City.
Nov. 6
A daughter, Kylee Paige
Bennett, to Amber Foulk and
James Bennett, Jr. of Plant
City.
Nov. 9
A daughter, Tayler Jo Ann
Knight, to Desirre and Frank-
lin N. Knight, Jr. of Plant City.
Nov. 12
A son, Landen Charles
Robert, to Laura and Stephen
Robert of Plant City.


STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL NOTES


Strawberry Queen
deadline extended
There is still space available
for contestants.for the 2005
Strawberry Festival's Queen's
Pageant, so the deadline has
been extended to Dec. 1 at 5
p.m. Applications are avail-
able at the festival office, 2202
W. Reynolds St.
Contestants must be bet-
ween the ages of 16 and 20 as


of March 3, 2005. Applicants
may turn in the application at
the festival office along with a
copy of their Tampa Electric
Co. bill, a $25 fee, a wallet-
sized photo of the applicant,
and a printed paper with the
most current district grade
point average signed by the
school registrar.
Call: Stephanie Shuff, .752-
3963.


tion chairperson Jossie de Q.
Azorin, 754-2366.

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 applica-
tion, call Sharon Moody at
707-8490 or 453-7134, or Essie
Jenkins at 754-4654. Applica-
tions may also be picked up at
the West Side Plant City Boys
& Girls Club, 901 Waller St.

YMCA offerings
Plant City Family YMCA,
1507 YMCA Place, and the
Youth Extension Site, 502 E.
Young St., offer the following
programs:
Another creative writing
class has been added the third
Monday of each month from
11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
Sign Language for Babies
is offered Tuesdays from 6:30
to 7:15 p.m. The fee is.$30 per
member and $45 per program
member.
Call: 757-6677.


BETY BRIGGS/photo
Jack Wolff and Beryl Buchman, a longtime English teacher at
Tomlin Middle School, celebrated their nuptials recently.


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NOVEMBER 25, 2004 THE COURIER 9


WORSHIP


OFFERINGS


Aglow plans
Christmas luncheon
The Plant City Aglow plans
its Victorian Christmas lun-
cheon Dec. 11 at 10:30 a.m. at
Orange Blossom Tea Room,
106 S. Evers St.
Cathy Kohler will present a
one-woman dramatic per-
formance about the birth of
Jesus.
Tickets are $10, call 752-
7939 by Dec. 1.

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.

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 Dec.
5 from 5 to 6:15 p.m.
Call: 752-4104.

Musical theater program
The First Baptist Church
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musical theater program for
its fall semester.
Classes will meet once a


week for 45 minutes and will
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semester will conclude with a
dessert theater presentation.
Call: 750-4878.
Torah study
Torah study, teaching and
instructions from Genesis to
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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.


METS Ministries
METS Ministries, 1102 E.
Laura St., offers restoration
and healing services the first
and third Sunday of every
month at 6:30 p.m.
Each service will feature a
different speaker.
Call: Edith Langston, 759-
0607 or 754-1096.

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, 1507YMCA
Place. Call: 757-6677.

Mount Olive Baptist
Mount Olive Baptist
Church, 604 W. Ball St., offers
the following community out-
reach services:


A free hot meals ministry
Tuesday and Thursdays from
12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
A food pantry is open week-
days from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Call: 754-3834.

Christian preschool
Private Christian Preschool
offers a Christian preschool
program for children ages 2 to
4 at First Presbyterian Learn-
ing Center, 404 W. Reynolds
St. Call: 752-6874.

Unity Christ
Unity Christ Church, 1119
N. Gordon St., offers adult
Sunday school at 10 a.m. fol-
lowed by the 11 a.m. service
and youth Sunday school.
Ongoing classes are offered
Wednesday mornings and
Thursday evenings.
Call: 659-2624.


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To advertise your church in our Church Directory, please call Natasha Davis at 752-3113.


ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Dover S. Dover Rd & Downing St,
659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
Allen Chapel: 1109 E. Laura St,
752- "389
Mount Olire: 1113 .K Madison St
Mount Olive: Horton Rd.
'37-2628
APOSTOLIC
Asamblea Apostolica:
1501 Colson Rd, 737-3496
Apostolic Church
of Jesus Christ:
1212 W. Reynolds, 477-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd,
Lithia, 685-4240
Bethany: 9804 Harney Rd,
J.... Thonolosassa, 986-5771
S Calvary Fellowship:
S 1110 N. GordowSt, 752-5005
-Dover First: SR 5"4 & Pettie Rd,
: 689-0343'
Faith Temple: 1-4 at
Hillsborough-Polk County
line, 752-0532
Faith Lighthouse:
3409 SR 39 N. 752-1885
First Plant Cit:
Charlie Griffin Rd,
- W of SR 39 S. "52-3351
Fort .1afla: Corner of Soq/h
fuwy. 39 & Suilley Rd, 73714656
Kersville: SR 640. "37-4803
Mount Zion:
1-4 at Thonotosassa Rd. "52-1614
Pleasant Grove:
Turkey (reek Rd. "3"-3529
vittory Worship Center:
Count' line Rd, "5q-6089
Sydney: Sydney Rd. 1/10 mi. E
of Sydney-Dover Rd, 659-0532
Turkey Creek:
Turkey Creek Rd, "54-5372
BAPTIST
Ahara: Turkey Creek Rd.
V. of SR 60, 737-3739
Alafta Baptist:
222 Alafia Church Rd, 634-8845
.ntioch: Horton Rd, 737-3240
Berea: SR 39 S. "37-1232
Bethanv: Cork Rd, '52-9209
Bethel: 804 W. Renfro St,
'54-2239
Beulah: .lien & County line Rd,
llthia, y737-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd,
'52-28"5
Burchwood Temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 5"4. "52-3782
(alrarr Free Will:
3539 Trapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grove: E. Kersvllle Rd,
'3"-1234
Central of Lithia:
Pinecrest & Keysrille Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 E. Alsobrook. '52-3740
Community Christian:
1310 N. Shannon Are, 754-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S, Pinecrest.
'37-1211
Dorer Eastside: Countryside
Baptist Church, 2820
Gallagher, 5"1-8200
Dover First: N. Gallagher Rd,
659-0203
Eastside: 1318 E. Calhoun St.
754-2681
East Thonotosassa: Mclntosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd, 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 W. Washington St. 754-6661
First Baptist Church of
Midway: Midway Rd, 752-7209


First Baptist lithia:
Intersection of SR 39 &
Lithia-Pinecrest Rd, 73"-I 121
First Plant City:
503 N. Palmer, 752-4104
First Thonotosassa Missionary:
JMclntosh Rd, 986-4756
Harmony Baptist Church:
6008 It Knights Griffin Rd,
986-"165
Hopenell: SR 39 S, '37-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Hu,'y.
752-4972
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
"52-2006
Lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd.
754-5278
Mount Moriah Freewill:
Warren &Johnson St, 754-4397
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd. "37-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W. Ball SI,
754-3834
Neuw Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd.. Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., "'52-3985
Norlhside:
1 '1O0 N. Franklin St, '52-2"79
Oakwood: Airport Rd, 752-5499
Plant City Primitive:
509 N. Evers St, 754-3261
Pleasant Grove First; :
Turker Creek Rd, "'37-2556
Shiloh: W. Terrace Dr, 754-"4415
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road.
"54-4879
St. Luke Missionary:
108 S. Warnell St, 754-4992
St. Mar,'s Freewill:
Hunter & Warren St, 754-6853
St. Mary Missionary:
1804 SJ.. 60E., 737-3668
St. Mary's Primitive Baptist
Church: 907 E. Laura St,
754-1616
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church:
5447 S. Turkey Creek Rd,
73"- 1224
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd, "52-'890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Westside: 2503 W. Granfleld Ave,
752-1450
Whilehurst Rd:
901 2 Whiteburst Rd, 754-5405
CATHOLIC ..
St. Clement: 1104 N. Alexander St,
752-8251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder Rd,
752-2771
Cork: Cork Road, 752-1521
Laura St: 1310 E. Laura St,
752-2858
Springhead: Wiggins Rd,
'54-1485
CHRISTIAN
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,
752-5385
CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian:
Mcintosh Rd, N of SR 574
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn)
Calvary Community:
5209 Smith-Ryals Rd
Dover: Downing St, 659-2900
Plant City: 2103 Mudlake Rd.


752-4591
Turkey Creek: Turkey Creek Rd
at SR 60, 73'-1331
Thonolosassa:
1"02 N. TaYlor Rd. 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson. Indiana)
Kingsuway First: 2808 Kinswray
N., Seffner, 657-7500
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
"13 Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St,
'52-6438
Gospel Tabernacle:
Allen & Haines St
EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
752-5061
HOLINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 W. Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
728 W. Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd. "54-3843
Restoration Assembln:
106 S. Evers St.
Evangelists for Jesus
.Tabernacle:
SR 574. E. ofDover. 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Growth Center:
1310 N Shannon. '19-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 E. Tomlin St, 754-1133
Deeper Life Fellowship:
Cotilla Rd. W of SR 39 N.
Revial 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- "863
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Calvary Chapel of Plant City:
2102 N. Park Rd, 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
W. McLin Ave.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffner Elementary
School, 657-7914
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. "64-0929
Greater Lore Christian Center:
1109 N. Franklin St, 759-82"0
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E. Hillsborough A.e,
754-2674
Inity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St. 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worship
Center: U.S. 92 E
ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Ukrainian
Orthodox Church: 3820 Moores
Lake Rd. Dover, 659-0123


PENTECOSTAL
Christian life Assembly:
3120 S. Miller Rd.. 657-4802
ltiing IWaters Foursquare
church : 602 S. Evers St, "59-0528
Nen, Hope Worship Center:
803 I: Mahoner St, 757-6123
New Life Temple Pentecostal
Church of God:
3301 Clemons Rd, 754-"088
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dover: Moore's Lake &
Holiness Church Rd. 659-1301
Church of the living God:
1102 Tiler St, 754-5840
PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant City:
1107 Charlie Griffin Rd. "59-9383
First Presbyterian Plant City:
404 W. Reynolds St, "52-4211
SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk with God Ilinistry:
15140 SR 574. Dorer. 659-0930
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant ilty: 2203 Strauberry Dr,
"52-469-1
SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W. Johnson Rd,
754-5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark I tiled Church:
2914 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd..
lalrico, 685-0998
UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W. Sam Allen Rd,
754-3233
Dorer First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415
First Plant Cit': 303 N. Evers St.
754-3519
Grace: 1801 E. Cherry St,
659-3718
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr,
"54-2441
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman
Rd. 752-5751
St. Luke: 809 E. Laura St,
"5"-6051
Thonotosassa: Fort King Huy
at Mistletoe Dr. 986-7135
Trinity Plant City: 402 IF
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.
(Of of 574 Dover)
Sunday Masses
7am.10:30am & 12:15pm English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St. JL
Plant City, FL 33563
(O1 1.4. Exit 21 South)
(813752-8251 .
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
18131754-1237 or (813)478-1185



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DEATHS


Cliburn
James H. Cliburn Sr., 75, of
Plant City died Nov. 17.
He was born in Westmore-
land, Tenn., and was a long-
time resident of this area.
He served in the Marine
Corp during the Korean War.
He was owner of Cliburn's
Floor Installation.
He was president, umpire
and coach for Miss Softball
America for many years. He
was a Scout master for several
years and was-a member of the
PTA at J.S. Robinson Elemen-
tary.
He is survived by a son,
James "Jimmy" Jr.; two daugh-
ters, Judi Culpepper and Joa-
nett Wiker; a brother,
Raymond; a sister, Betty Sue
Wiggins; 10 grandchildren;
and three great great grand-
children.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Danley
James C. Danley, 79, of Plant
City died Nov. 15.
He was born in Opp, Ala.,
and was a longtime resident of
Plant City.
He was a Navy veteran of
World War II.
He is survived by his wife,
Inez; a son, James A. of Plant
City; three daughters, Cheryl
and Charlotte Holland, both of
Plant City, and Barbara Wan-
sley of Powell, Tenn.; two
brothers, A.J. "Junior" of Plant
City and Joseph of Jack, Ala.;'
five grandchildren; and six
great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Hoffman
Walter "Terry" Hoffman, 68,
of Plant City died Nov. 12.
He was born in Benton
Harbor, Mich., and came here
from Saginaw, Mich., 12 years
ago.
He was a veteran of the
Army and a metallurgist for
General Motors Corp.
He was a volunteer for
Meals on Wheels, United Way,
Special Olympics and Junior
Achievement in Michigan,
and was a board member for
Walden Lake.
He is survived by his wife,
Patricia; two sons, T. Keith of
Camden, Ark., and Gregory M.
of Waldorf, Md.; a daughter,
Georgen K. Wigen of Lutz; two
brothers, Rudy of Tennessee
and David of Michigan; a
sister, Lynda Ficca of Chicago;
10 grandchildren; and a great-
grandchild.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Maggard
Jasper P. "Jack" Maggard,
80, of Plant City died Nov. 7.
He was born in Norton, Va.,
and was a longtime resident of
this area.
He was an Army veteran of
World War II, serving in the
17th and 82nd Airborne divi-
sions.
He is survived by his wife,
Ruth; two sons, Michael L. of
Dover and Gary W. of Bush-
nell; two daughters, Patricia
Abbott of Woodstock, Ga., and
Susie Lawrence of Deland; a
brother, Robert L. of Somer-
field; a sister, Colleen Ellis of
Oak Ridge, Tenn.; six grand-
children; and five great grand-
children.
Hopewell Funeral Home.


Free Blood Pressure Checks
Tuesday, 1-2pm


This course includes heart and lung
function, risk factors, stroke information,
the chain of survival concept, prudent
heart living, heart attack signals,
actions for survival, CPR (1 rescuer,
2 rescuer and pediatric), FBAO
(adult and pediatric), use of barrier
devices and use of AEDs. It requires
a score of 84% or better on a 25
question written evaluation. Provides
certification through the American
Heart Association. Registration and
pre-payment required.

December 6, 6-10 pm
Community Conference Room
Cost: $25 (includes book and card)

AARP 55 Drive Alive
Course
This 2-day course helps seniors,
ages 55+, tune-up their driving
skills. Participants may qualify
for an auto insurance discount.
Registration required.

December 16 & 17, 9am-lpm
Community Conference Room
Cost: $10


Cholesterol Screenings
Total Cholesterol/HDL/Glucose
4th Tuesday of every month, 1-2pm


Sibling... Preparing for
the New Baby
A class for children ages four and
older who would like to learn how
to help mom and dad with a new
brother and sister. Maximum 8
children. Arrangements can be
made for younger children.
Must register to attend.


November 30
6-7pm
2 South Classroom
Cost: Free


Infant & Child Car Seat
Safety Check
Four out of five car seats are
installed incorrectly. Is yours
one of them? Come find out.
By appointment only.

Friday only
Community Health Resource Center
Hospital Main Lobby


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For information, registration or physician referral, call (813) 754-4444 unless otherwise noted.
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See DEATHS, Page 12


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CITY
Continued From Page 3
No one from the league was
available at the meeting to
address the commission.
Henry Johnson, the league's
president, couldn't be reached
for comment.
Jim McDaniel, the city's
community development
director, communicated with
Johnson, via fax, Nov. 23 and
asked for some specific
information that would help
untangle any misunderstand-
ings.
He told Johnson that Spark-
man had questions regarding
the project budget, the
amount of funds netted by the
league -from fundraising
efforts, the ability of the league
to secure bank financing to
support the project, and pos-
sibilities for grant support.
McDaniel also told Johnson
'that he reported to the com-
mission that an application
would be made by the league
for state support. The dead-
line for the application is Dec.
15.
McDaniel told the commis-
sion he was not aware of the
league's financial commit-
ment to the project. He rec-
ommended the commission
defer action on the agreement
until the next.meeting after
hearing a report from the.
league.
'The commissioners agreed
by a -voice vote to delay action
-until the Dec. 13 commission
meeting. -
The restoration of the build-

DEATHS
'Continued From Page 11 -
Milier"
Richard L. .Miller, 81, of-
Plant City died Nov. 11.
He was born in Steelton,
Pa., and was an Army veteran
of World War II, receiving
three Battle Stars, the Purple
Heart and several comrfenda-
tions. -.
He was a retired general
outside plant manager for Bell
Atlantic. :.,
He is .survived by his wife,
Otga; a son, Dennis of Bran-
don; two sisters, Nadine L.
Miller Skula of Daytona Beach
and Jennifer D. Roland of
Mandeville, La.; four grand-
children; and two great-
grandchildren-.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Saunders
Robert E. Saunders, 70, of
Plant City died Nov. 15.
He was born in Tampa and
was an operations supervisor
for Hillsborough. County
Emergency Medical Service.
He was a member of the


CALENDAR
Continued From Page 3
Stephanie Ann in concert
The Arts Council of Plant
City will present violin vir-
tuoso Stephanie Ann in
concert Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. at
Magic Moments Banquet
Facility, 2207 Mudlake Road.
The cost is $35 per person
for Arts Council members and
$38 per person for nonmem-
bers. Call: 973-1770.

Bike fest
The Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce hosts
its bike fest the first Saturday


ing, which is on the National
Register of Historic Places, is .
expected to improve the
neighboring community, said
McDaniel. It will also provide
a place for black artifacts to be
displayed and appreciated, he
said.
The boarding house was the
only public accommodation
open to blacks during segre-
gation days.
In other action, the com-.
missioners:
Approved the appoint-
ment of Bruce Sperry and Tim
Martin to- the historic
resources board.
Reappointed Randall Pratt
and Yvonne Fry Stemnock to
the board of adjustment.
Appointed Gary Sears and
Dr. Michael Salvato to the
planning board.
Approved the following
allotments from the Commu-
nity Development Block Grant
Program: $60,000 to the Boys
& Girls Club; $3,000 to the
YMCA; $9,000 to Self Reliance;
$8,500 to purchase property at
407 E. Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd. for affordable housing;
and $3,000 to Bay Area Legal
Services.
*Approved the purchase of
a playground set approved by
the Americans Disability Act
for $100,000 at Gilchrist Park,
and at the same time accepted
a joint contribution from the
Plant City Rotary clubs to pay
for the playground equip-
ment.




Sertoma Club and attended
Shiloh Baptist Church.
.He is survived by two, sons,
Daniel of Buena Vista, Calif.,
and Johnny of Plant City; six
..grandchildren; and three
great-grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Taylor
Inez M. Taylor, 88, of Plant
City died Nov. 18.
She was born in Fitzgerald,
Ga., and came here from
Tifton, Ga., in 1969.
She was retired from W.F.
Woolworth Co. and was a
homemaker,
She was a member of First
Baptist Church of Plant City
and a Pythian Sister for more
Than 50 years. ,
She is survived by one
daughter, Virginia Phillips of
Plant City; two brothers, Jaylee
Bush of Steinhatchee and Yoel
Bush of Tampa; a sister, Lois
Bailey of Destin; three grand-
children; and two great grand-
children.


of every month from 5 to 9
p.m. in and around McCall
Park.
The next fest will be Dec. 4.

Unity fundraiser
Unity in the Community, a
fundraising group whose
mission is to help feed:Plant
City's needy, now offers food
during the Bike_ Fest. and
Strawberry Classic Car Show
at the Plant City Community
Bingo Hall,r 105 Arden Mays
Blvd., from-5 to 9p.m.
Call: 752-1275.


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family or individual family is
welcomed at Betty's Place.


One good turn always
deserves another.
Linda's Little People, a day
care for children, recently
gathered goods for Food
Bank's Thanksgiving effort
because when Linda's son
lost the contents of his
refrigerator during the storm,
Food Bank came to the
rescue. What a nice way to
say, "Thanks!"


Talented Meletha Everett
doesn't just stick to paint,
she's written an anthology.
poetry montage, teaches
watercolor classes at Center
Place in Brandon, and is


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1 9-5 pm (Mon.-Fri.) 10-4(Sat) 9-5 pm (Tues.-Sat.)
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Appliances Furniture Books Knick-Knacks
Clothing Household Items Antiques Collectibles
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president of the Tampa
Branch of The National
League of American Pen
Women.
The Park-Side Cafd in
downtown Plant City will host
an exhibition of Meletha
Everett's watercolors on Nov.
26 at 6 p.m.


I've heard that Doc Hal
Brewer came home 60
pounds lighter from an
exciting two-week medical
mission trip to Guatemala
with Bill and Laura Midyette.
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Berry Growers Honor Their Own At 'Jam'


RON WETHERINGTON
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ida Strawberry Growers Asso-
ciation honored the best in the
industry at its 22nd annual
Strawberry Jam Nov. 13.
Guests came dressed for the
fabulous 50s flashback during
the event the association
called its "Jukebox Jam."
Lifetime agriculturist Ron
Wetherington took a place in
the association's Strawberry
Hall of Fame. A Plant City
native, Wetherington has dab-
bled in lots more than straw-
berry growing, including citrus,
tropical fish and tractor sales.
He was recognized for his
commitment to the agricul-
ture through memberships on
numerous boards and in local
and state organizations,
including the Florida Farm
Bureau, Farm Credit of Central
Florida, the Florida FFA and


Photo courtesy the FSGA
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during a musical skit set to
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MEEKS
Continued From Page 1
blew everyone's minds."
- They said the support they
received from friends in their
new community during the
stressful time, however,
reminded them that the path
they chose to get to Plant City


was the right one.
Don, a former police chief,
is now pastor at Bethany
Baptist Church. Terilynn,
once an entrepreneur bent on
the bottom line, volunteers at
the church and works the full-
time job of taking care of five
children which is three more
children than the family had
this time two years ago.


Terilynn met Don in 1985
in Chesterville, Va. Don was a
patrolman in the police
department assigned to cover
Terilyn's house'after someone
tried to steal her car. The two
became friends and eventu-
ally married in 1986.
Terilynn describes Don as a
man of "strength and
character."


"He's never let me down,"
she said.
"She cares about others,
and after we became Chris-
tians, that really came out in
her," said Don about his wife.
Don later worked as a nar-
cotics agent and eventually
became chief of police, and
"two hard years" followed.
After Don busted up a drug
lab, people began threatening
the family. By then, the couple
had two children, Brant and
Caitin, and the fariily moved
to Richmond, Va.
In 1993, while on a trip to an
Amway seminar, the couple,
who at that time were not
religious, attended Mass by
accident because they thought
it was part of the training. The
pastor made an "altar call,"
asking for all those who
wanted to be the "spiritual
leaders of their family to come
forward."
Terilynn looked over to see
her husband walking to the
front. When the pastor got to
talking about finances and
"owing nothing but to your
house," Terilynn, who at that
time was intent on becoming
rich, joined her husband.
They were two of 5,000
people that day who, "went to
the Lord," Terilynn said.
After their spiritual awaken-
ing, the family began attend-
ing a Southern Baptist church.
Don worked as a counselor for
the Department of Correc-
tions and Terilynn began to
see profit from her Amway
endeavor. They thought
they'd achieved their dream,
with a 3,500-square-foot
home on a golf course and
Mercedes in the driveway.
But Don "was a Christian
without really doing anything
about it," he said. "I was just
hanging around." He did,
however, feel a calling to join
the efforts of a prison minis-
try. Then, after much prayer,
he said had a revelation. He
told his wife that God was call-
ing him to seminary.
I wasn't going to argue
with Don, and I certainly
wasn't going to argue with
God," Terilynn said.
The family packed up some
of their belongings, sold many
of them, and moved into a
900-square-foot apartment at
Southeastern Baptist Theo-
logical Seminary in Wake
Forest, N.C.
Don earned master's degree
in divinity and counseling in
December 2002. He got his
first pastor position at a
church in Durham, N.C., then
the family moved to Burling-
ton, N.C. Both were troubled
churches, Don said. He said


he did what he could, then felt
the need to move on.
Though the family had only
driven through Florida once,
on the way to a cruise leaving
from Miami, Don said the
Lord was calling him to apply
to Bethany Baptist Church in
Cork.
At the same time, the couple
learned through friends about
the plight of foster children. It
was tough to think about chil-
dren who "had nothing and
nobody, when we have so
much love," Terilynn said.
They met three brothers
whose mother left them on the
doorstep of one of her rela-
tives and never came back.
Within months, Jonathan, 10,
Michael, 9, and Nicholas, 7,
were living with the Meeks.
Don visited Plant City and
Bethany to get a feel for the
place.
"It was just a place that was
comfortable," he said.
He got the job- at Bethany
and they all mbved to Plant
City in February 2003. The
past 16 months have been a
whirlwind, they said. The
family of five, plus two birds
and hamster, lives in an 1,800-
square-foot, four-bedroom
home in Walden Lake.
The church has grown by
several dozen members and
welcomed the family with
open arms.
"They are a very loving
group of people," Don said.
All five children attend a
Christian school in Seffner.
Brant, who at first was against
moving to Florida, said he
likes it just fine, and said he
was impressed by the show of
"faith that everyone had that I
was going to be all right" after
his injury.
The three new editions to
the family have adjusted.well.
The boys are well-behaved
and can quote Bible scripture
from memory.
It will be the second Thanks-
giving for the larger family, but
a much more settled one.
"I'm going to thank the Lord
for a wife who has been the
most precious person I've ever
met, and for a family. that's
just phenomenal," Don said.
For Terilyn, who said she
came from a broken home, it's
more than she could have ever
hoped for.
"I never knew what being a
'real family' meant," she said,
wiping tears. "I grieved for
that for a long time, but I'm
thankful that God doesn't
hold anything back. He deliv-
ers.
"There is nothing else I
could have that would make
life more full."


Where are the people now?

What are the lessons learned?

We follow-up with the people and places affected by this year's
hurricane season. Coming in next Sunday's The Tampa Tribune.

News Channel 8 looks back at The Lessons Learned.
Monday, November 29, at 6 p.m.

Go to TBO.com, Keyword: Hurricane 2004 to experience an interactive,
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bypassing her damaged nerve has
opened up a new world of sound.
Through a large incision in her skull
just above her ear, doctors at Tampa
General Hospital implanted a device
that receives sound impulses from a
speech processor she wears in her ear.
"I thought it was amazing," Savanna
said last week, by signing and talking
simultaneously, about the moment
doctors turned up the volume on the
device for the first time, allowing her to
hear the kinds of sounds many of us
take for granted.
The family recalls with joy the first
time Savanna heard birds sing, crickets
chirp and a cat meow. And since then,
"every day she hears something that's
a little thing for most people but is
monumental to us," said her mother,
Karen Pfotenhauer.
Though she can read and write
English fine, the challenge now is to
improve her speech by learning how the
sounds go with the words. Karen and her
husband, John, said doctors warned
them that doesn't always happen.
"But this kid is just phenomenal,"
said Karen Pfotenhauer. "She doesn't


let anything stop her."
Savanna attends Brandon High
School because of its quality deaf pro-
gram, but takes mostly mainstream
classes there. Karen said the school
district has underestimated her
daughter since the beginning, even
telling her that she was setting Savanna
up for failure by pushing to have her
included in mainstream classes and
that she would never read and write
higher than a fourth grade level.
Instead, Savanna has earned such
kudos as Most Outstanding Student at
Tomlin Middle School, where she also
was a member of the National Junior
Honor Society. She is on the high
honor roll at Brandon High, with a 3.5
grade point average.
She could hear and feel enough of
the music to learn piano, and did so,
she said, "because she wanted to try
something new and that other hearing
kids could do."
"She doesn't give up, no.matter what
people say," said Linsey Toole, Savan-
na's older sister.
Growing up deaf has been difficult.
In a letter she wrote to The Courier
before undergoing surgery for the
implant, she said, "I try to accept being
deaf, but it's hard because a lot of
times I'm jealous of people because
they can hear and talk. I have wanted


to hear my whole life so I can be
involved in conversations and make
comments."
She went on to write that she was
nervous about the implant because
sometimes it doesn't work, "but hope-
fully it will for me. I just'keep praying
every night." .
The operation almost didn't happen.
When Savanna was a toddler, the
family asked doctors if an implant
could help their daughter. A surgeon
recommended against it. But recently,
friends and a relative all had one
installed and the family looked into it
again. They found that the technology
had improved and had a real chance at
improving Savanna's quality of life.
A phone call to the insurance com-
pany gave the family another reason to
be thankful: insurance would cover all
but $25 of the $144,000 operation. When
they found out, "We sat in this house
and cried," Karen Pfotenhauer said.
Savanna's doctors are amazed at the
gains she has enjoyed since the implant
was put in, Karen said. But she added
that now Savanna's progress will largely
be up to her. It will take an immense
and dedicated effort to learn how to
speak, she said. Savanna attends speech
therapy every day. When she commu-
nicates, she attempts to speak the
words as she's signing them.


NOVEMBER 25,2004 THE COURIER 17
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"You just have to keep it in the back
of your mind that it takes time," John
Pfotenhauer said.
Just in the past six months, the
family said they've seen a change in
Savanna. She has "blossomed emo-
tionally," her mother said, and she's
more confident in the kind of everyday
exchanges she used to shy away from,
such as ordering at a restaurant. She
used to hate to do it herself.
"Now she -just walks up there and
tells them what she Wants," Linsey
Toole said, adding that Savanna is
much more patient when people can't
make'out what she says. "If they don't
understand, she just writes it down."
The family also credits their faith.
"I give it to the Lord," Karen said. "I
look at everything we've received this
year as a miracle.".
Savanna, whose thinking about
joining Brandon High's dance team,
hopes to attend the University of Flor-
ida to train to be a deaf education
teacher at an elementary school.
"I'd like to teach (deaf) kids math
and reading, and I think they'd
understand me more," she said. "I
know how they feel."
What will she say when she says
grace this year? "I'm thankful for my
cochlear implant and I'm thankful for
my family," she said.


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18 THE COURIER NOVEMBER 25, 2004


SPORTS


Durant, PCHS Moving


To New Districts


COUGARS TO 6A,
RAIDERS STAY IN 5A
By DAREK SHARP
StaffWriter
Out go Durant and River-
view and in come ... Lake.
Gibson and George Jenkins?
It's not official yet, but if the
numbers add up that is what
will happen when new high
school district football assign-
ments are given out next
month.
When the new districts are
announced, Plant City and
Durant's days as district foot-
ball rivals will be over, at least
for now. On Monday the Flor-.
ida High School Athletic Asso-
ciation's board of directors
-approved a football reclassifi-
cation plan for the next four
years.
Durant is scheduled to have
about 100 more students than
Plant City. That slight differ-
ence bumps Durant up to
Class 6A while the Raiders stay
in 5A. But that does not auto-
matically mean a tougher road
for the Cougars, who get away
from the likes of Lakeland.
"I'm happy to get rid of


Lakeland," admitted Cougars
head coach Mike Gottman.
"But I want to continue'all the
rivalries. We have to be able to
play Plant City."
Lakeland is still undefeated
this year and is into the third
round of the 5A playoffs, vis-
iting Hillsborough on Friday.
As for the Raiders, they will
probably not be losing the
Dreadnaughts from their dis-
trict, and certainly won't see
their schedule get any easier if
Lake Gibson joins the fray.
The Braves made it all the way
to the 4A championship game
in 2003 and have cruised into
this year's region semis,
scheduled to take on East
Ridge Friday.
Though the FHSAA has not
released the new district
groupings, it's easy to figure
out who the Cougars and
Raiders will be competing
against. Since the FHSAA has
said that the 6A districts in
Region 2 will have four teams
each, the only logical conclu-
sion is that Durant and River-
view will be joined by Sarasota
and Sarasota Riverview. Those
are the only other schools in
the area that meet the 6A min-
See DISTRICTS, Page 19


Photo courtesy Lorn Brown

Planters grab 3rd
The Plant City Planters 12-and-under AAU travel team finished in third place at the 2004 1st
Pitch Classic tournament in Lakeland last month. Planters players include Levi Brown, Cody
Akers, Tyler Packanik, Mikey Moore, Brian Hart, Nicholas Jones, John Peace, Cory Pawlak,
Bradley Young, Travis Cannoles and Tyler Blair. The Planters are coached by Dennis Packa-
nik, Leland Young, Roger Brown and Mike Moore.


SHARP CUTS


Coach Stresses Discipline, Grades


Champions Crowned


In Youth Football


Ah, the good old days. OK
so it's not THAT long ago that
Ginger Forte, Plant City
High's new girls basketball
coach, was roaming the court
rather than the sidelines.
But a return to those days is
exactly what Forte, formerly
Ginger Bennett, is seeking.
"A lot has changed. There's
something missing," said
Plant City's career scoring
leader. "When I played we
were committed. We wanted
to be there at practice. That's
what I'm trying to instill here
- commitment, discipline."
So far Forte likes what she's
seen. Forte has a strong
nucleus of players and has
seen a willingness from them
to get down to business. "I
want it to be fun, too, but I
want them to take it seri-
ously," she said.
Plant City began its season
Monday against one of the
better teams in the area,
Armwood, and held tough
before losing 55-38. Senior
Jerica Cohen, picking up
where she left off last year,
scored 23 points and played
the entire game.
Courtney Chapman added
10 points and newcomer,
freshman Sade (pronounced
CHAR-day) Dunkley showed
promise as well. Both Dunk-
ley, who has AAU ball experi-
ence and should give the
Raiders a solid inside pres-
ence, and Chyijuana Cooper
had knee injuries during the
offseason and that isjstill a bit
of a concern.
After graduating from PCHS
in 1984 Forte played success-


DAREK
SHARP


fully at USF, then worked in
Miami as a probation officer
before switching to a career in
cosmetology.
Then three years ago she
began teaching at PCHS.
Though this is her first
coaching job, Forte doesn't
have to explain her basketball
history to the players.
"I think they've heard of
me," she said. "They see what
I'm about.... First thing,
grades are most important,
then basketball. They know
that."
Durant's season was set to
start on Tuesday night. The
schools face each other Dec.
10 at Durant.... I
The Durant girls-soccer
team extended its record to 4-
0 last Friday with a 6-1 win
over Riverview, while Plant
City's boys got their second
straight tie to open the
season, 1-1 at Sarasota
Riverview. ...
And the Western Confer-
ence all-star teams for fall
sports were announced
recently. Plant City's Daniel


.Ruel received first team
honors for golf, with team-
mate Chad Ballantyne on the
second team along with
Durant's Ryan Miller.
Last week's football all-star
teams had a heavy Durant/
Plant City presence. Making
the first team were Durant's
tight end Chris Thompson,
running back Matt Stwan,
offensive lineman Jason Fox
and. defensive lineman Frank
D'Amico while Raider star
running back Derrick Hal-
lback joins Stwan in the
backfield.
Other Plant City players on
the first team were offensive
lineman Jordan Strawn,
defensive lineman Austin
Knipp and linebacker Scott
Williams.
Second team honors went
to Kalif Sheppard of Plant City
and Mark Hughes, Brett
Smouse and Jeff Corns from
the Cougar defense.
And keeping an eye on the
football playoffs, how about
the Tampa Bay area? No less
than four regional finals this
week match area teams with
one another, if you include
Evangel Christian at Fort
Meade.
We do of course, since
several Plant City residents
play for Evangel, which ended
Berkeley's unbeaten season
last Friday.
Also playing this week:
Lakeland at Hillsborough,
Armwood at Middleton and
Jesuit and Jefferson. All are
within easy driving distance
and all should be highly
intense battles.


TOURNAMENTS
ENDED SATURDAY
ByDAREK SHARP
StaffWriter
The Seahawks and Cow-
boys both knocked off previ-
ously unbeaten opponents
on Saturday, winning the
championships in their age
groups of the Plant City Rec-
reation & Parks Department/
Optimist Youth Flag Football
program.
The postseason tourna-
ments concluded on Satur-
day, with the other
championship going to the
Rams of the Elite League.
In the Junior League, for
ages 6 and 7, and for which
there was no tournament,
the Frogs earned the title by
going through the season
with a perfect 7-0 mark. As it
turned out, the Frogs were
the only team in any age
group to go through the year
unbeaten.
Only one of the three
championship meetings Sat-
urday morning matched the
top-two teams from the
regular season. In the Senior
League, for ages 8 and 9, it
was the Seahawks handing
the Jaguars their first defeat
in an 8-6 win.
The difference was a safety
recorded by", Harrison-
Heysek, 'whose brother
Spencer himself came up
with a safety in their 14-0
semifinal victory over the
Bears. Andrew Ross' touch-
down run was the only


offensive score for the Sea-
hawks, who finished with a
record of 9-1.
Kion Richards had a
touchdown for the Jaguars,
who also had a 9-1 record.
During the regular season
the Jaguars were best in the
league in both points for and
against, averaging a 23-3
score. Back in the season's
second week the Jags beat
the Seahawks 12-6 for what
turned, out to be the Sea-
hawks' only defeat.
Points were a lot easier to
come by for each team in
their early-round playoff
games. Last Monday it was a
Haysek sort of day for the
Seahawks, with Harrison
scoring on an interception
and a TD pass from other
brother Alex, and Alex adding
a TD run of his own in a 20-
13 win over the Raiders.
Kory Brevik scored twice
for the Raiders. Richardson
had three TD runs and threw
a touchdown to Destiny
Harscher as the Jags beat the
Chargers 27-14 last week,
then in the semifinals Rich-
ardson again had three
scores in a 25-6 win over the
Dolphins.
Austin Luscko scored two
touchdowns, one a kickoff
return, in the Dolphins' 21-8
win over the Broncos in the
first round. The Dolphins
and Bears ended the regular
season tied for third in the
10-team Senior League, and
both would go 6-3 including
playoffs. The Bears beat the
Bills 25-6 as Brandon Sulli-
van had two touchdowns


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BASEBALL
PCLL registration
The Plant City Little League
will hold early registration
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.

SOFTBALL
Backwards, coed tourneys
Strike Three Inc. will host a
backwards softball tourna-
ment Dec. 4-5 at the Randy
Larson Softball 4-Plex.
There will also be a coed all-
niter one-pitch tournament at
the complex Jan. 22-23.
Call: Rocky Ellingsworth,


DISTRICTS
Continued From Page 18
imum attendance require-
ment of 2,570.
How good are the new
opponents? Sarasota and Sar-
asota Riverview are still going
in the playoffs, meeting each
other on Friday in the 5A-
Region 3 finals. Sarasota Riv-
erview beat defending state
runner-up Naples in the first
round.
"It's going to be difficult no
matter who's, in your district,"
Qattrt an said WithoolQv thiee
district games, Gottman said
that part of the ,schedule will
have an even greater
emphasis.
Plant City would stay in 5A
as would Lakeland, and other
current district opponents
East Bay, Bloomingdale and
Brandon. According to the
FHSAA's Web site, District 5A-
7 would only have five teams
- again the actual groupings
are not known yet, just the
amount of schools that will be
in each district. But it's likely
the Raiders will switch to 5A-6,
slated to have seven teams.
If that is the case, based on
recent history, those extra two
schools would be Lake Gibson
and George Jenkins.
Raider head coach Todd
Long is confused as to why
Plant City is not in a district
with just other Hillsborough


659-4200, Ext. 4302.

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

Tampa Mustangs seek players
The Tampa Mustangs 14-
and-under blue' team is
accepting new young ladies
for its travel softball team.
Practices are held at Dover
Field.
. Call: Coach Dene, 754-4117.

SOCCER
Lancers players sought
The Plant City Lancers
under-12 travel soccer team
seeks two experienced players
who were born between Aug.
1, 1992, and July 31, 1993.
Call: Chris Black, 299-2449.


ROBERT CONE/Staff photo

Cougars strike
Durant senior midfielder Brittany Tortorella beats Riverview's Brittany Harrison to the ball
during the Cougars' 6-1 victory Friday. Tortorella had two assists against the Sharks as
Durant improved to 4-0 on the season while Riverview fell to 1-1-1. Durant junior Lisa
Hayman had a career game against the Sharks, with a pair of goals and a pair of assists.


"Sometimes I think
the FHSAA doesn't
know what county
we're in. We're not in
Polk County."
TODD LONG
Head coach, Plant City High School
County schools, since others
like Chamberlain, Gaither and
..King are.aJso in 5A.,
"Sometimes I think the
FHSAA doesn't know what
county we're in. We're not in
Polk County," Long said.
One school the Raiders
won't have to worry about
being matched with is Hills-
borough, scheduled to drop to
4A. The Terriers were in the
same 5A region as Plant City
and Durant, and played the
Cougars in last year's regional
final.
The new assignments will
be handed out Dec. 3. Then
schools can appeal their
placement if they so choose.
Barring that or anything else
unforeseen, the new districts
will not change for the next
four years, meaning the Plant
City vs. Durant game won't
have an impact on the post-
season until 2009 at the
earliest.


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I Legals I
RESOLUTION NO.223-2004
A RESOLUTION PROVIDING
NOTICE OF HEARING ON
PROPOSED CORRECTION
OF SCRIVENER'S ERROR IN
THE FUTURE LAND USE
MAP REGARDING PROPER-
TY LOCATED AT WALDEN
LAKE UNIT 42 AS RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BOOK69, PAGE
36 OF THE PUBLIC RE-
CORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH
COUNTY.
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY,FLOR-
IDA:
SECTION 1 The City Com-
mission ofthe the thCity of
Plant City, Florida, does
hereby give notice of a
hearing on approval of a
correction of a scrivener's
error in the future land use
ma reading property lo-
cated a Walen Lake unit
42, as recorded In Plat Book
69, Page36ofthe Publlc Re-
cOrds of Hillsborough
County, Florida
SECTION 2. The City Com-
mission will hold a public
hearing on the approval of
a coreton of scriveners
error at Its meetinal In the
Sadye Gibbs Martin Audito-
rium of the Nettle Berry
Draughon Municipal Build-
ing, 302 West Reynolds
Street (City Hall), Plant
City, Florida, on December
13, 2004, at 7:30 p.m, or as
soon thereafter asthe mat-
ter may be heard, at which
time interested parties and
citizens may appear and be
heard with respect to the
proposed matter.
SECTION3A Resolution ap-
proving correction of scriv-
ener's error shall be con-
sidered by the City Commi-
sion up on the conclusion of
the public hearing.
SECTION 4 The proposed
subdivision plat may be in-
spectedbytheublic atthe
office of the City Clerk at
the Nettle Berry raughon
Municipal Building (City
Hall), 302 West Reynolds
Street, Plant City, Florida.
SECTION 5. All persons are
advised that if a person
escides to appeal any de-
cision made by City Com-
mission with respect to any
matter considered at such
meeting, he will need a re-
cord of the proceedings.
and for such purpose he
mnay need to ensure that a
verbatim record off the
proceeding Is made, which
record includes the testi-
mony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be
based.
SECTION 6, In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, any person
with a disability requiring
reasonable accommoda-
tion in order to particpat
in this meeting should cal
the City Clerk at (813)
659-4200 at least 48 hours
prior to the public hearing.
SECTION 7. At the public
hearing referred in Section
1 here n, allspeakers shall
be limited to three (3) min-
utes, unlessthe speaker re-
quests the City Clerk for
additional time no less the
forty-eight (48) hours prior
to said public hearing In
the event speakers? re-
uest additional time the
determination of the
amount of time to be al-
lowed shall be at the dis-
cretionoftheMayor, but no
speaker shall generally be
allowed more than fifteen


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(15) minutes.
SECTION 8. This resolution,
as notice of said public
hearing, shall be published
by the City Clerk in The
Courier issue of November
25,2004.
Adopted by the City Com-
mission on November 22,
2004.
Michael S. Sparkman
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
Virginia L. Helper
Ci CLerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
N08105 11/04/2004
CITY OF PLANT CITY,
FLORIDA
InvltationtoBid "
BID NO:. 05-2I8537-101
Pursuant to Ch.69-1119,
Special Acts, Laws of Flori-
da, the City of Plant City
will receive sealed bids for
Three 3) New and Latest
Model ,enwats with Au-
tomatic Transfer Switch
and Two (2) Disconnects
SwItches-One Before Gen-
erator And One After
Transfers Switch for the
Utiities Mautenance DO-
slon unti 2:15 pj.Thurs-
day December 9.2004 at
the PublcWorkisuilig,
1802 Spooner Drive, Plant

The bids will be publicly
opened and read aloud at
the Pubck-Works Bulding,
1802 West Spooner Drive,
by the City Manager orthe
Csny Managers esignee,
at 215 p n Thursday, De-
cember 9, 204.
It is hereby made a part of
this Invitation for bids that
the submission of any bid
In response to this adver-
tised request shall consti-
tute a bid made under the
same conditions for the
same contract price and
for the same effective peri-
od as this bid to all public
entities in Hillsborough
County.
The contract documents
are on file and available for
inspection at the Public
Works Building, 1802 West
Spooner DrIver, Plant City,

The City of Plant City re-
serves the right to waive
any informallities and/or ir-
regularities and to reject
any and all bids.
City of Plant City
David R. Sollenberger
City Manager
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NOTICE OF SALE
In accordancewith the r o-
visions of Florida law, tere
being due and unpaid
charges for which the un-
dersigned is entitled to sat-
isfy an owner's lien of the
good hereinafter described
and stored at Uncle Bob's
Self Storage located at:
1005 S. Alexander St, Plant
City, Florida 33563.
813-759-9526. And, due no-
tice having been given, to
the owner of said property
and all parties known to
claim an interest therein,
and tne time specified in
such notice for payment of
such having expired the
goods will be sold at public
auction at the above stated
address to the highest bid-
der or otherwise disposed
of on Wednesday, Decem-
ber 15,.2004 at 9:30am.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Notice Is hereby given that
sale will be held on Tues-
day, November 30, 2004L
10am at SEFFNER SELF
STORAGE, 1490 E.Dr M.L
King Blvd Seffner, FL 33584
to satisfylien.
UNIT40
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Household & Misc Items
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right to refuse any bid.
Items must be removed
within 24 hours from time
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$159900. 3011. Alfred.
813-760-0721.
11011 South Tampa
Culbreath Bayou, pool,
spa, Huge lot + CB
wkshp. 4507 Ferncroft
Circle, Tampa. $539.9K
Bonnie Strickland FL Ex-
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SOUTH TAMPA, Gor-
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$135,000.813-760-0721
CLASSIFIED WORKS


1101 1 South Tampa I
VICTORY LOFTS-Move in
now!1310sf+ 990sf bal-
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and amenities, under
market price, instant
equity.813-765-9217
1102 Northwest
CARROLLWOOD-Magni-
cent pool home onhuge
beautiful treed lot in the
heart of Carrollwood.
Close to everything. Of-
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motivated. Call to see
today. Cooper & Associ-
ates Realty, Inc., (813)
925-3900 ask for Dana
Monsour (813) 503-7690
LUTZ, 3/2/2 sn rm, roof &
AC under 5yo, new tile &
laminate firs, fncd yrd,
spnklr sys strg shed,
2304 Southern Lites
$158k813-625-6669
LUTZ, VILLA ROSA Gated
2943 s ift 4/33 play-
room, living & dining
rms hdwd floors, heat
pool, XL lanai, cut de sac,
$394,900.813792-1322
Northwest Tampa, 2br,
2.5ba, LR, FR, DR, new
appliances, AC Syrs,
comm pool, 1619sf exc
cond, $140o000. FSBO.
813-968-3106 833-112.4
Class 584 is your ticket to
Boating Adventure!
TOWN N COUNTRY
10036 Oasis Palm Dr.
4br/2ba/2cg pool home.
Conservation lot 2103sf.
By appt 813-249-8790
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SNortheast
1031 Nw Tampa

NEW TAMPA MUST SEE!
Arbor Greene, 4/2/2, on
lake, 'pool/spa, uali-
fied buyers only.
$258,500 (813) 924-3429
TAMPA PALMS-Notting-
ham Sub. house FSBO.
A o Beach 2346sfbra D+Key
est sBRANDON EAST-Trmupgrades
throughout 3/2 She house
$275,9813-60 813-340-3677
Wesley Chapel Brand
new 1719sf 3br,2ba,2cg
Granite countertops.
Next to exc schools.
$199,500.813-624-4310

10 1 Hillsborough

Apollo Beach 3br,2ba, DR,
FISHa r carport, new
shed, RV pad w/roof,
privacy fence, carpet,
terraza floors, CHA.
$164,500.813-645-6017
BRANDON EAST-Tread-
way Dr 3/2 Scrn Porch,
Sauna, Fenced Yd.
$142,900
After~call
813-681-3927
BRANDON- Open House,
Sun 11/28,1-4prM.
3BR+ Office, 1.9Ba,
fireplace, fenced yard.
$149,006. 304 Beverly
Blvd. 813-684-4083
FISHHAWK, 4/3/3
w iving frmden. Not on
MLS ye.! 2)24 sf. Avail
12/1. $269,900. Call Kirk
to view model.
813-431-4682
FSBO-EastDurant
3BR/1BA, CB home
on 1.12 ac, $120K
813-436-6979


if I1 East
Hillsborough

HISTORIC
DISTRICT
Plant City 3/1 furnished
kitchen &.W/D, hard-
wood floors 10 ft ceil-
ing. block utility build-
ing w/full bath 2 carcar-
Apor Fire place, 905 W.
Mclendon St.
813-763-0872
HISTORIC PLANT CITY 3/2
bungalow-Reynolds St.
$174.9K. Ext 2#.
3/1 bungalow Davis St
sale/Ise opt Ext3#.
Call 650-8582 &Ext.#



PLANT CITY, 1307 McLin
Dr 3BR, CH/A.
813-752-1548
PLANT CITY 2 or 3 Br nice
treed lot CHA financing
arranged. $650 mo. Call
863-425-8877
RIVERVIEW-SUMMER-
FIELD, 3br, 2ba, corner
lot, like new with all new
appliances privacy
fence $170,600. Call A-
my, Mo-Fr, 813-671-8044
RUSKIN, 3W, 2ba mobile
home on Little Manatee
River, boat dock with
davits, spring porch pri-
vate lot 130x90,$27d,000
Amy, M-F, 813-671-8&44
1114 Waterfront I
HUDSON MARINAAREA-
Waterfront 50x150 lot
with seawall + 2br,2ba,
mobile home,.$225,000
Call (727) 857-1494 or
727-460-9307
LAND 0 LAKES Pristine
waterfront on Lg lot, Dbl
Dock, Great forfishing.
A Must See! New Shin-
gle Roof, Asking $240K
* 3 813-929-90811t
N.W. Hilisborough Co.
Wooded Lakefront Lots
on Skylake. Lots 1.5
acres+ /-.
$325K-$350K
Call 813-637-8888
1 5C central |
i116S I Pasco
Land 0 Lakes-Oakstead,
4br 2 ba 2eg, 2 story
2398 sw ft, loaded w/
upgrades, I yard.
$286,900. Brokers
Welcome. 3213
Stoneman Loop
813-785-6394
LAND 0 LAKES Open
House Sun 1-5pm Stage-
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plan, Lanai, Landscap-
ing, Tile, WoodSpeakers
25349 Seven Rivers Cr.
$179,900 813-629-4421
1116WIPolk I
LAKELAND 3br 2ba 1400sf
1125 North Edith Ave. 10
Mi from Plant City, New-
ly Remodeled, 1400sf,
Ownerwil assistfinanc-
ing, Down Payment.
is House is a Charmer,
$99,900.813-744-1572
POLK CITY-3/1/1, tile,
vertical blinds alarm
fresh paint, apple 10x12
shed sprinkler system,
great rm hi cell scm
prch $8500 813.508.6092
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1121 I Condominiumj
BAYSHORE BLVD.-Rarely
available Harbour House
lbr/lba. Fully renovated
waterfront with new
hdwd floors, SS apple ,
granite shwr. One of a
kind. Don't miss out!
$230,000 813-363-5035
S1231 Townhouses I
NEW TAMPA, Townhome
for sale, $187k, lease
opt/rent $1350/mo
3/22/2,1576sf,.upgrds,&
appli, nicest Live Oak
end unit 954-732-1182
Northwest Tampa, 2br,
2.5ba, LR, FR, DR, new
appliances, AC Syrs,
comm pool, 1619sf, exc
cond, $140000. FSBO.
813-968-3106 833-1124
Town & Country, Morgan-
woods, 2br/lba, tdie &
carpet,, fenced garden
area, corn pool &clbhs,
w/d, all app's. $87,500.
813-486-1629/886-8650
1124 Time Share I
TIMESHARE RESALES!
Sell today for Cash! No
commissions or broker
fees. Don't delay Go to
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You just can't Top a Con-
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another Auto!
125 Homesites &
12I Lots
HISTORIC PLANT CITY
R-2 vacant lot duplex or
S/F 50X100' bid up to
3500 sf. $55K. For more
information call
813-650-8582 &ext. 4#
LOTS FOR RENT! Move In
Special! Briarwood Mo-
bile Home Comm. 4002
Smith Ryals Rd, Plant
City. 813-737-2110.
PALMETTO BEACH, Area
ready to take off. Near
the water. Ready to
build on! $45,000 cash.
Property address: 2011
Harper St., 813-966-9475
PLANT CITY, lac lot,
$29,900. Owner finance,
zerodown.813-650-8601
PORT ST. LUCIE, Indian
Lakes, Vero North Port
Charlotte & Palm Bay
Lots Owner Fin. Avail.
Prima Properties
561-575-1440 Check-our
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Classified Ads Prices
well within sight A se-
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ROYAL HIGHLANDS LOTS
For sale by owner from
$14,900. Great building
sites or investment
561-317-1241
SOUTH TAMPA Land
Church & Ohio Folio #'s
133266 & 133265.
Best offer
727-527-2505
WANTTOBUY
Building Lots.
Terry D. Speer Construc-
tion Inc. (813) 764-8030
1126 1 Acreage I
PARISH Area Pre-devel-
opment sale, 5+ acre
creek front lots, $175K.
Riverfront 5+ acres
$325K Horses welcome
Call 941-232-4759/
813-664-1666
TAMPA SHORES Area 5 +
acres waterfront. $600K
Call 941-232-4759/
813-664-1666


[ Farms,
130 Groves, A
Ranches
S.W. GEORGIA close to
Cairo, just N. of Talla-
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ac with house and many
other im rovements,
$350,000. (229) 774-2319
SFlorida Real
138 | Estate

North Florida Land Sale
i Madison and Suwannee
County. High and Dry. 5
acres. From $31,995.
$995.00 down and
l329.00 monthly. Jim
Jean Real Estate
1-800-722-5326
www.jimjean.com
River Bargain with direct
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County. 3BR/3BA, Large
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nai with new hot tub. Re-
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2 to 45 acres on scenic
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NC MOUNTAINS 2 acres
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N.. TENNESSEE 4BR. 3BA
brick .ranch overlooking
golf course, Ig covered
porch offers mountain
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CG, drive-in basement
$239K. 423-542-0076
NORTH CAROLINA LOTS
45 minutes from Ashe-
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561-601-0412,
828-442-3250
NORTH CAROLINA Grey
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Inc. P.O. Box 820 Blairs-
ville, GA 30514
www.blairsvillereal-
ty.com For free bro-
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1143 Out of State I
North Georgia Moun-
tains: $185,g900 new 2-2
w left cabin, paved road
great views, $299,950
spacious custom log, 3
acres, creek, views,
$389,900 large home on
river w/ pasture. Centu-
ry 21 Poss Chuck Patter-
sons 800-222-6421
OPPALA, 2000 sft,3BR, 2
story home. w/separale
mother-in-law quarters.
on 200X265 lot. Storage
& extras 334-493-9890
Schley County GA 1,700
acres. Will divide into
smaller tracts no less
than 50 acres. Big deer &
turkey country.
Muckalee Creek
frontage, excellent
recreational tract &
investment timber.
$1,350 per acre. Call
77/444-3511.
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acres near Gatlinburg
Tennessee w/ gorgeous
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lake. Boat ramp access.
Located near shopping,
golf, & 1-40. $24,900-
33,000. Great financ-
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www.GoLand-
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1-800-350-6838
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Suwannee, Beautiful
Mountain Properties.
600+ Acres; 5 acres &
up 4 miles from 1-24.
Gated & secluded! Gor-
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Wooded lots. Near hos-
pitals, schools & The
University of The South.
Call George,
423-949-6887 www.tim-
ber-wood.com
WESTERN N.C. Lake Lure
in the heart of the Blue
Ridge Mtns. 2 houses on
1.46 ac.Hwd firs FP's
boathouse. Great for 2
families or B&B. Owner/
Broker 828-625-4556
CLASSIFIED WORKS
150-170
Manufactured
Homes

Mobile Home
150 Sales

14 & 16 Wides- New 05's
Low as $24,900
Del-Set up-AC-Skirt
More Sq. Feetfor the $
- Banks -(863) 688-4635
Lakeland Nearl-4&98
PLANT CITY Area M.H.
W/acreage 4BR/2BA on
2.5 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/2ba, single wide
$9.000. Good Cnd Must
be moved. 813 763-1166
S Mobile
155 Homes In
Parks
Pinnellas Park
Handyman's Specials
Free mobile home
1st come basis WAC
Must quallify for resid.
(727)544-7671
TOWN N COUNTRY 2002
SManufactured Hm over
1800sf, 3br 2ba, bonus
rm, covered pkg & Scrn
rm lots of amenities
$69,500 .813-886-9012


Mobile
165 Homes With
Property
NW TAMPA, New in 2000,
Mfg homes for sale, nev-
er lived in! 3/2 starting
at $80k. With many a-
menties! Call Erik Scon-
berg 941-720-2966 BMC
Realty Inc.
Open Huse M.S 12.6
PLANT Cry. 3br/2ba DW.
on 1 encedacre.w, elec
gate 8 stocked pond.
ew vinyl siding & metal
roof, 3 out buildings &
giant club house w/
swing set. Ceramic tile
through out, incl kitch &
Bathrooms, walk in clos-
ets in all bedrooms at-
tached carport & 12x35
scr porch. Exc loc on
quiet country dead end
street.. Much more to
see at this beautiful
home for $122,500.
813 754-3934
180
Commercial Prop.
Lease



CARROLLWOOD
4013W. Linebaugh
130sf or 305sf, ground
floor, great loc. Must
see. For Info call:
813-969-2545
Check out our Pet Classi-
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that you seek!
Plant City 750 sf office
space 1804 W. Baker St.
Ste E. Exc. Location.
(813) 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 Homer
813-865-1192. THE-
GEORGE W. LACKEY, CO
Plaza Place, Sun Point
ShoppingCenter Office/
Reail813-641-2800
www.PhaganDev.com
You can unload your
washerwith an ad in ap
pliances, class 416.
I 80I Retail |
1801 |Space
5600 block Adamo Dr.
1340 sf office retail
wholesale, free stand-
ing. $650 mo. plus tax. 3
months free rent with
1st & last & 2 year lease.
Carl 1-800-824-8434
weekdays, after 4
1-352-383-0172.
Fletcher Ave. btwn Dale
Mabry & 275. Prime
retail/prof, space. 5
Suites btwn 1750-7429
s.f. Rosewood Shopping
Ctr c/o RPM Realty
Services, 813-281-9559
eo IsWarehouse
1800D -Business
Park Space
1,000 to 1,375 sq. ft.
Office/Warehouse
Easy access 1-75/hwy 60
333 Falkenburg Rd
Ken Foster, Inc. R.E. Bkrs
On site, or call 689-4492
DREW PARK, 5,000sf
warehouse, fncd yard,
sewer, 400 Amp 3 phser-
vice. 14' Ceiling, ground
level $1500/mo lZoned
light Ind. 813-267-1135
Ybor Area, Adamo Drive,
approx 10,000sf, office &
warehouse space.
$2900mo. 813-248-1175
813-220-7289


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180H Industrial
I Bldgs
NORTH Tampa Whse/Of-
fice. 4800 sq ft, dock
high, drive-in door,
close to 1-275 ramp, ex-
cellent location, $4375
month. 813-477-6150.
Automotive
180M Real Estate
S Lease
SEBRING, Automotive
space for lease. 3280sf, 5
Bays w/ lifts, 2 office's,
storage behind ofc & up-
stairs. $8/sf + CAM's
800-767-2998 x108
190
Commercial Prop.
Sale

Duplex,
190G Triplex
Quads Sale
SEFFNER 2 duplexes, new
roofs, wells & ACs.
$149k each. All units
have W/D. Owner/
Agent Great location!
813-505-6076

Investment
190J Property
Sale
1031 Exchanges
8-9% Cash/Cash Return
8 Separate Buildings
$1.1M to $9M
Principles Only.
Capital Trust Realty
813-625-1671
200-249
Rentals

202 Accom.To
202 Share

HILLSBOROUGH AVE
Camden Bay Apts, 2
rooms for rent shared
bathroom. Available
Immediately. $455/mo.
813-855-4816
12041Apt..Fum. I
TREASURE ISLAND Great
location, No Snow, Sm 1
Br, 1 BIk to beach, rest,
store, Bay, Pier, No Pets,
Sec Dep ease,$475/mo
72R-360-0474
2051 Apartments
L Unfumrnished
HYDE PARK 2br ba
Hardwood Floors, CHA,
1000sf, Pets OK Nice
Courtyard, $950/mo
$950 Sec Dep. 2801 W.
Estrella. 813-258-2542
HYDE PARK, Bayshore
Blvd 1 br Bay views,
new kitch pool, acuzzi,
ldry fac, pkg.$150/mo.
732-539-4646 or



813-2388330,928 730.

Plant City-2 &3BRMH's&
1BR aptRV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
PLANT CITY studio $350,
Available now, On site
laundry. Quiet Comm
NO PETS 813-752-7398
TEMPLE TERRACE/USF
2br Iba, $565 & up.
Remodeled pool, park &
laundry. Water, alarm
sys. inci'd. Call for move
in special. 813-985-6485
TEMPLE TERRACE
Puritan Place*
Recently Renovated
Spacious 1.2 & 3Br Apts
New Playground. 2 pools!
Great Neighborhood
Affordablecommunity!
I, Move-In specials n
callE 813-988-6112
FREE '2 MONTHS RENT
MOVE-IN BY 11/30
1 &2 BR's, Nice& Clean
Plant City
813-754-2200
TOWNSGATE APTS

209 Houses
I Furnished
CORK Area I 'BR w'Air for
one person $550 mo +
deposit includes utili.
ties 813 763 1791
1 n | Houses |
S210I Unfurnished
APOLLO BEACH Brand
New 3br.2ba,2cg in gat-
ea community w/pool.
close to beach, marina.
1-75 7 mo lease.
$1350/mo. 1st & securi-
ty. Available now.
813-355-6563
APOLLO BEACH WATER
FRONT Newer 3 BR. 2.5
Bath, Att. Garage,
Dock/Boat Lift Patio.
Pets OK. SI,400/mo.
(314)323-3276
BAYSHORE AREA, cute
3BR/IBA, W/D, Ige cor-
ner lot renovated $1100
mo. Dep. req. Great
neighb. 3902 Drexel Ave
813-281-0217,956-0602
CARROLLWOOD III Re-
modeled 3,214 sqft 10rm
4Br 3Ba Pqol/Lanai. Out-
door Ktchn, FPlace, 3
Cr Gar,Cul de Sac
Prefer annual lease
(813)969-1484
Spot Advertising Works


210 Houses
210 "" Unfurnished
COPPERFIELD, $950 mo.
plus $950 dep.3/2,2 car
garage, appliances fur-
nished. 1500 so ft. patio.
no pets. Lve new.
954 93-211.
DANA SHORES 3br 2ba,
dining & living rms, kit
w/ar disp., refrig., Fla
rm, 2 cg w/W&D, pool,
80' dock on 200' canal
w/water & elec, access-
ible to gulf, 6 privacy
fence. 813-361-5802.
EAST TAMPA 2, 3,4 bdrm
homes, renovated, new
kit & bath, new carpet &
ceramic tile, CHA, sec 8
voucher req'd. Really
beautiful. 813-601-4877
EASTTAMPA
RENTTO OWN
3/1. Large yard, uliet
neighborhood. $3500
down. $825/mo.
813-621-6115
Lake Plah
Private Waterfront,
Swiss built 1150 SF home
by orange grove/quiet
forest. 2Br, 1 Ba. CHA
W/D hk-up. Dream
location. Ref; $1355
mo./sec dep/lease.
813-251-2984

NEW TAMPA, Hunters
Green, 4 br, 3 ba, 2.5 car
garage, poolfpl, grani te
.Kitchen, FR, great
location. $2350 mo.
813-765-0393
NEW TAMPA, New
4/2'/2/2, 2200sf, conser-
vation lot, 2 story, free
club/tennis/gym, mile
from 1-75. $1,460/mo.
Call 813-789-4197
NORTH TAMPA 4br, 2ba,
2cg, screened porch,
newly decorated, Ig lot,
on sm lake. 16207 ake
Magdalene Bvd.No pets
$1200/mo. 813:969-3087
PLANT CITY,2 br,2 ba, LR,
DR, Idry, fncdyd. Totally
renovated. $925/mo +
dep. 941-792-3270
RIVERVIEW,Furnunfurn
New3br + den 2ba, 2cg
1800sf, Comm poop,
lake, tennis/soccer,
close to 1-75 $1350/mo
813-748-5545
RIVERVIEW Panther
Trace 3br 2ba 2cg New
Home, Neutral colors
pool community & all
amenities, $1,200/mo
Deven 813-389-3221
Seminole Heights
For rent/lease: 2br,lba,
CHA, appliances. Neat,
clean & quiet.
813-495-6179
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS
Desirable 116 W. Hanlon
St. 2BR, BA, 1CG, I
fncdyd, comply. remod
$795/mo. $700 sec. dep.
Cal Alex813-948-4959
SEMINOLE HTS-RELISTED
3br/lba 1250 sq ft, at-
tached 1 car garage
great front & backyard!
Fenced property. Must
see!!! Rent $850 per mo.
Sec. dep. $900. 1222 E.
North St. 813-231-8487
SOUTH TAMPA 2/1,
fenced yd CH&A, WD
hkup, $800 mo.
813-598-0843.

SOUTH TAMPA
2br,1.Sba cottage home,
newly remodeTed bath-
room, $900/mo.
107 S New Jersey Ave
813-286-0373
SOUTH TAMPA 3211 Bay
Villa,3 blks to Bayshore,
nice 2br lba, great back-
yard w/trees. $895 mo.
13-478-2384 available
now.
SOUTH TAMPA Lg 2br
Iba. 1100sf, Florida
Room, Totally Updated
Ver Private ood Fncd
Yard, avail Immediately
$l300/mo 813-760-2412
SOUTH TAMPA. Terrific
House! 3br 2ba, 1700 SF,
fenced, great fam room,
huge walk-in closets, Ig
sned. W&D $1,200/mo.
81 3404-2822; 839-1265
SOUTH TPA 3/1 CHA
Great Area! *Fenced
Yard, Tile Crprt W/D
hookup, Scrnd Porch,
Great Kitchen New apple.
$1100.813-839-6988
SPRING HILL/Golfers'
Cluo 7 Hills, brand new
deed rest. comm. 4br,
2ba, 2cg, garden tub,
Ist, last & sec, $1100mo.
No pets. 352-382-2787
WESLEY CHAPEL/New
Tamipa3/2/2 Gated,
Pool Community,
,30/mo

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.
S Lease-Option
211 To Buy

HISTORIC
DISTRICT
Lease with option to buy!
3/1 fum kitchen & W/D
hardwood floors, 10 ft
ceiling, block utility
building w/ full bath 2
car carport Fire place,
905 W. Mclendon Plan
City 813-763-0872


I11 Lease-Option
To Buy I
Plant City, 1406 E. Neil,
3/1, clean & spacious.
$700 mo.+ $1500 dn.
904-808-7002,'535 0774
12121 Condominiuml
CLEARWATER BEACH
waterviews, furn,
remodeled, pool,
acuzzi, balcony. Flex.
lease. 727-443-7749 or
727-871-0464
South Tampa, Culbreath
Key. On Bay, lbr, lba
condo, new appliances,
W/D, gate comm, pool,
clubouse. $950/mo
813-286-1977-Phil
SOUTH TAMPA, Harbour
Island, new 3/2 condo,
hdwd, granite, W/D
stnls apple, comm pool
$2300. 761-772-3036,
avail Jan 15.
1212A I Townhouse
Dale Mabry/Erlich area
RENT/LEASE OPTION
4br, 2.5ba, 2cg, 1656sf,

1 813-936-78671
HUNTER'S KEY Gated.
Lovely Like New, 2br
21/zba Berber carpet,
Scrn.Lanai, $995/mo
www.gin ercarrol.com
Homeworks 813-985-8048
LAND 0 LAKES FOR RENT:
Brand new 2br, 2.5 ba,
1364sf plus lanai, up-
graded maple cabinets
Sin gated community with
pool. $950.727-742-3312
NEW TAMPA, Townhome
for sale, $187k," lease
opt/rent $1350/mo
3/2Vz/21576sf, upgrds&
apple, nicest Live Oak
end unit 954-732-1182

Tampa Palms New
3br, 2V2ba, lcg,
1670sf, $1190/mo
813-971-7715
TAMPA PALMS-NEW
TAMPA brand new 3br
2 1/z ba, 2,774 total sf, gat
ed on wooded conser-
vation lot, clubhouse.
$1,695/mo 813-972-1720
WATERCHASE
(near Westchase) Luxuri-
ous maintenance free
Townhome. 3BR 21BA,
2CGBI'oft. clubhouse.
$1850mo. 813-967-3808
2 1 Mobile
51 Ik4 I
1 Homes
EAST TAMPA Location
Mobile Homes for Rent
starting @ $425.
1,2,3 & 4Br Units
Available!!
Call 813-621-8299.
KEYSVILLE area large
country lot, 14 wide, 2br,
lba CHA NO PETS,
$456/mo, $300 deposit.
all 863-425-3918
Large 2 bedroom, 2 bath
mobile home located in
the lakes in Colony Cove
in Ellenton in Manatee
County. Heated pools,
marina, all sport activi-
ties. Water view. Fur-
nished. Pets permitted
listed Call 352-347-4470.
NEAR 1-4 & 301-1, 2 & 3
BR'S. $120-$140 weekly.
Some with utilities.
(813)626-0820
Seffner 14 & 579, 2br,2ba,
W/D hkup, CHA, Ig 14x
70, Ig lot, $650/mo inc
water & garbage & lawn
maint. $650 deposit
813-621-2444 or
813-654-2798
Thonotosassa, Adult
Park, lbr furnished.
2br, lba unfurnished no
pegs. Call 813-748-8641
or 986-3302
Plant City-2 & 3BRMH's&
1BR apt,RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
CLASSIFIED WORKS
1305 | Professional


I ,1 Mobile
215 Homes
1 Br Ats& 1 &2Bedrm
Mobile Homes
Plant City 813-752-5234
1 Travel Trailer
S"" Lots For Rent
PlantCity-2 & 3BR MH's&
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
Is your life too cluttered?
Do you need more
space? Then unplug
your old appliances,
shed our unwanted ap-
parel and unload your
used furniture with an
ad in the Classified mer-
chandise columns!

231 Waterfront
I |Rentals
LAKE PLATT
PRIVATE WATERFRONT
Swiss built 1150 SF home,
by orange grove/quiet
forest. 2Br, 1 Ba. CHA
W/D hk-up. Dream
location. Ref; $1355
mo./sec dep/lease.
813-251-2984
232 Vacation
232 | Places |

DIRECT OCEANFRONT.
Enjoy breathtaking
views of the Atlantic
Ocean from the living
room, dining room,
kitchen and master bed-
room of this beautifully
decorated, 2BR/2BA,
second-floor vacation
condo. Elegantly fur-
nished and fuly ap-
pointed; just bring your
suitcase. One-month
minimum rental. Call
Troy at Triangle Realty
Rentals and mention
code "Getaway".
386-547-9739 or 800-
358-2943.
Class 584 is your ticket to
Boating Adventure!*
'Disney Area' Fall Get-
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tickets as low as $99.00.
Kids Stay Free! Shuttle
and Breakfast.
1-800-749-4045 ext.
#757 www.Trip2Orlan-
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250-299
Employment
Services

1290 | Jobs Wanted
WILL HAUL Trash, Junk.
Clean Sneds, Yard, Tires
Junk Cars Anything! I'LL
DO IT! 737-3351763-3745
CLASSIFIED WORKS'
300-390
Employment

130661 Accounting I
A.A. with boookkeep-
ing/accounting experi-
ence, will perform pay-
roll, A/R, A/P, computer
literacy required, Excel,
Peachree, tree farm
ex erience preferred.
Florida Tree Source,
3010 N. Frontage Road,
Plant City, 33565.
Contact Mr. Gott,
813-707-1426
BOOKKEEPER Full Charge
Fax resume to:
863-802-9344
t 0 Medical

CNA'S
Loveable, Dependable,
caregivers, Autumn
Assist Living 1307 E.
Baker813-752-1648
CNAs, HHAs, and live-ins
needed immediately at
Sour 6 loc. Call Utopia
Home Care. 813-634-9680
COLLECTORS NEEDED for
busy DME Billing Office.
Fax resumes toLincare:
813-621-5810
1305 | Professional |


UNIVERSITY OF
SOUTH FLORIDA

#2571 & #3784 ENOBfECH DESIGNER, Physical
Plant. REQUIRES: HS diploma and three years HVAC con-
trol exp. HVAC college coursework or vocationaltech training
may substitute at an equivalent rate for the req. exp.
Knowledge of procedures and methods for Installing, altering,
repairing, maintaining and programming of KMC, AAM, JCI,
Alerton and Trane control systems and equipment. Ability to
install, alter and maintain HVAC and Control systems and
equipment (DDC and Pheumatic). Skill in using computer
tools (Word, Excel, etc). Ability to plan, organize and coordi-
nate work assignments. Communicate effectively, verbally
and written. Establish and maintain effective working relation-
ships with others. Hours:8 am-Spin Mon.-Fri. some after
hours work may be req. Background/drug checks. Salary:
$911.25-2,342.12 bi-weekly. Apply by 11/30I4 to Diane
Moore, OPM100, dmoore@admin.usf.edu. Call (813) 974-
7856 for ADA accommodations.
#13327 DIRECTOR, ACADEMIC SUPPORT
SERVICES, NBC VR REQUIRES: Master's degree In
,appropriate area of specialization and six years of progres-
sively responsible human resource management (recrult-
ment, pay, and staffing) and supervisory exp.; or a bachelor's
degree and eight years of professional level exp. as stated
above. PREFER: Exp. with human resource management
within academic medicine or academic health care environ-
ment; excellent verbal and written communication skills; rela-
tional database use and query skills extensive working
knowledge of faculty recruitment, appointment and pay prac-
tices in academic medicine or academic health care environ-
ment; individual with strong supervisory, customer service,
and critical thinking skills. Salary range: $50,000. Apply to
Beth Brookfield, HSC HR by 12WMO Cal (813) 974-7728 for
ADAaccommodations.
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BUSINESS & SERVICE DIRECTORY

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ATX Cases $20.00
56K Modems $18.00
14-21" Monitors $20&UP
HP Printers $30.00
Mice .00
TVs 30.00
Hard Drives $10.00
SDRAM 12.50
Motherboards $15.00
PII Computers 65.00
Pill Computers $ 00.00
Laptops $125.00
100's of Parts & Systems
**8-4:30M-F**
**813-886-1494**
Computers $299 & Up
Parts & accessories at
wholesale prices. www.
atozincomputer.com
813-643-6958


43 Computers &
431| Equipment

Laptop, Below Whole ale
ew/Used! Dell, IBM!
Beat all prices. Wireless
Internet, leather case
avail. Starting @ $299.
100% FINANCING
CALL813-468-5278
www.buzztech.net
Laptop Sale! G-way 5300,
P11 750.128 ram, 10 gig
hd, CD rom, modem, an,
win98 $400 + tax. Chris
813-884-4433 ext 242
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 &
UPGRADES813.731.8750
I4 I Commercial
I IEquipment I

Janitorial equipment:
auto floor scrubber,
propane buffers, Aztec
floor stripping system &
supplies. Best offer.
941-358-1841
Just Pick Up the Phone
and You're Halfway
Home! Place your ad in
This Classified Section!
PRESSURE WASHING E-
QUIIP. Hydrotek 3000psi
Hot/Cold, 200gi
tank,Whirl-A-Way, 8'
trailer, 3 hosetracts,
chem tank/chemicals, 3
wands. Mint Cond.
150hrs. $7,500 Must Sell,
(813) 334-3114 I
PRINTING EQUIPMENT 2
presses, shrink wrap,
sml bindery equip. Ideal
for small starter shop.
$8500 813-486-6772
Office
433 Furniture
Wanted
SECRETARY DESK light
oak, right return $100.
COMPUTER TABLE, light
oak, heavy duty. $100.
813-684-5955
I Restaurants
Hotel Equip

ALOHA Pos system, 20
quart mixer, elec con-
vection oven, sandwich
prep, salad barpots &
pans, more. 813-833-1182
FREEZER 3 door remote
$3500. 8' deli self con-
tained $2500.
813-713-2920.
HOBART Mixers, Glass
Door Coolers Grills,
Stoves, Pizza 6vens, &
walk-in coolers. Call
727-581-9293
Indoor/outdoor Chairs,
Tables, Sinks,
Refrig/frezzers, Call for
in fo r m action
941-447-8372
MILK SHAKE MACH.& ICE
CREAM MACH. Both
Taylor brands. Good
condo. $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


Tampa- 8424 Sheldon Rd. Valrico -1971 SR 60
W INN Dj IXIE Tampa 87023Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Valrico 3236 Lithia -Pinecrest Rd.
... h' I.... Tampa 4479 Gandy Blvd. Wesley Chapel- 5351 Village Market
America's Supermarkef Tampa --5715 Gunn Hwy. Zephyrhills 36348 SR 54
Tampa- 2540 Bearss Ave. Seffner- 725 N. Grove Cir.
Apollo Beach 6188 US 41 Tampa 8438 N. Armenia Ave.
Brandon 1945 W. Lumsden Ave. Tampa -7851 Palm River Rd.-
Brandon -179 Bloomingdale Ave. Thonotosassa 9535 E Fowler Rd
Sun City Center- 4445 Sun City Cir. Lutz -18407 US 41 sGR O W
Riverview- 9822 US Hwy, 301 Lutz 2126 Collier Pkwy aSE E= S


I44 Builder's
440 Supplies I

1 &2 American Oak loor-
ing Wholesale from the
Original Guy who start-
ed in this section. I buy
flooring from all over
the world no Middle-
man. I have more prod-
ucts in stock than any-
one that will sell to the
public. Containers of
Wood, Laminate, Ce-
ramic starting at .99 sf.
Come where-the build-
ers & savvy buyers buy
flooring 1-813-918-2737
www.yeagerflooring.com
Call us and we'll come
right over to measure
and make plans to fill
your needs. Yeager's -
Nobody beats our quali-
ty or service let alone
our price.
All Metals Roofing
Standing Seam, roof
pkg, Galvalume-Plus,
nap -Lock Panels. Easy
to install, Visa/MC
accepted. 813-224-9060
CABINETS Kraftmaid,
shipped direct to your
home, wholesale prices,
Lifetime warranty.
813-657-7778
Flooring Brazilian Cherry
Pre-Fin Paid $5 Sell for
$3 obo 3200/sf in all
Call after3pm
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;
1 813-817-9871
LUMBER LIQUIDATORS
HARDWOOD FLOORING
from .99 cents Sq. FtL Ex-
oti csOak bambo, pre-
finished & unfinished.
Bellawood w/50 year
prefinish, plus A lot
more! We Deliver any-
where, 5 Florida loca-
tions 1-800-FLOORING
(356-6746)
METAL ROOFING SAVE
$$$ Buy Direct From
Manufacturer. 20 colors
in stock with all Acces-
sories. Quick turn
around! Delivery Avail-
able Toll Free (888)393-
0335.
METAL Roofing & Siding
26ga-36" coverage as
lowas $1.40/ft. cioflori-
da.com Corrugated In-
dustries 800-545-4580
METAL ROOFING: ALL
TYPES. Discount Pric-
ing! Buy Direct from
Manufacturer. Special-
izing in Commercial &
Residential Twenty (20)
colors with all accesso-
ries in stock. Quick turn-
around Save$$$ CallToll
Free. 1-888-393-0335.

MEXICAN TILE*
ALL SIZES
FINISHED and RAW
*813-884-6127 *
MODEL HOMES NEEDED
For Lifetime Exterior
Painting. Call to See if
You Qualify.
1-800-937-6635 Ext. 208
FL Lic# CRC015276
PT LUMBER CLOSEOUT
Untreated Prices
Call for availability
813-626-1411

WANTED: 20 HOMES to
Show Off Our New Life-
time Etxterior Paint. Call
Nowto See if Your Home
Su a I if i e s .
L-800-672-7114,
(Lic#CBCO1O1J1)
Wood, Pre-Finished Oak.
$4.29 inst. Laminate $2.99
inst. w/underlay. Ce-
ramic .890/sf. Carpet
rems 294/sf. 874-8080
4 1 Patio & Deck
jI1 Supplies I

BRICK PAVERS
50 cents ea, Many colors
Do It Yourself Info
Paver Sealant Available
(813)968-6150 Sun Pavers
www.sunpavers.com
IA Sheds& &
4 I Carport





24x249 $9.500
24x30.A9 11.800
Both are enclosed
Concrete slabs, 36" door
& 2 -7x8 garage doors inst
Other sizes avail
813-788-3501 713-2333
www.jobobs.com
ALL STEEL BLDGS.
24x24 Was $8,890, Sell
e$3 990.
38x44 Was $15,920, Sell
48x60 Was $21,860, Sell
$9,860.
Call Nowl Joe
1-800-392-7817.
BUILDING SALE! "Rock
Bottom Prices!" Quick
delivery. Beat next price
increase. Go direct'
save. 20'x26'. 25'x30.
30'x40' 35'%60, 40'x80'.
45'x9d'. s50ioO'.
60' 180' Others.
Pioneer. 1.0 668-5422.

CLASSIFIED
WORKS


444 Sheds & 450I Sporting AoI Nurseries/
SCarport u I Goods 46 Trees
STEEL BUILDINGS FAC- POOL TABLE, beautiful FRUITTREESALE
TORY DIRECT! maple Robertsons, like 90 Varieties: Lemon-Lime
Liquidation Sale. 25x30, new, warranty $1500 Orange-Tangerine-Fig
$3,700; 30x40 $4,850; will deliver. 229-2779, Pummelo-Guava-Star
40x60 $6,900; 50x156 813-230-6290. Fl. Peach-Plum-Nect.
187-728-4807 Revolvers, (2) Commem- 813-752-4938 #47216934
ask forKyle orative engraved WWI LIVEOAKS,
ask olt 45's, never fired 45 GAL,4" CAL, 14'..$75
3STEELBLDGS. with display cases, 25GAL, 3" CAL, 12'.$50
FACTORY CLEARANCE. $4500.727-418-4459 15GAL, 2" CAL 8'..$25
BEST OFFER. 30X60, 748-8641 Reg #47220672
40X75 X100 CHAL E Phoenix Sylverstris Palm
-NOW 8 CHARLIE Trees field grown
1-800-506-5160. Wholesalers & Land-
STEEL 18x21Carport $695 scapers welcome
installed; 18x21 Build- #095066813-654-3074;
ings from$2,375; Russian Saiga 762X39 I
Cal rfor More sizes $189. Romanian AK 4U Dogs 1
813-299-3798 681-5468 $389. Mossberg PG
__, T2ga, l$239. Remington AKCSWISSYS
14451 Tools 870 8 shot, $299. Show Dogs
Bushmaster Carbines Worth $1500 each
ALUM-A-POLE(S) (2) 2 $849.-Bushmaster FREE
sets of Alum-A-Pole Pistol $819. Beretta To Approved Homes
scaffolding. New and Storm packae,$689, Apply: 813-672-4121
unused. PFanks not in- Yugo SKS $159. Glock Shots. Fixed.
cluded. Will sell both or 26, 27, 19 23, 17, 22,
one $1000.00 each set. $469. 3 Sacamp AITAPUP w AKCp.o.p IF,
32-6461 1 $399.*KeltecP3AT$239. ht cert. Adult female
,* .Many more on sale .- free to aproved home
44 Machinery & University Gun. 2012 E only13-767-6751
449 Heavy Equip. FletcherAv.813-977-6010 AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD
oFRKLIFTrtsman Quail & Pups, 1 Red tri Female. 1
rk, 3500LB GCF15 pheasant Farm. Da Rel Mee Male. 2 Blktri
Clark, LP gas,side shift- Hunts available. Quail & Males thcert. $250
er, powersteering, good Pheasant Avaiable. each.8 63-581-5322
tires noleaksifts 122" 813-719-6041 BASSET HOUND PUPS
$4306 obo. 813-719-1367 Texas Holdem Table, AKC Born Oct. 18 Ready
Forklift-Tampa Forklift seats 10, chip box, like Nov. 27 Taking Dep. Trin-
since 1974. Parts, Svc. new, moving mustsacri- colored, Long ears lots
Rentals, Newl Used fice. $875 obo. Call Of wrinkles M/$375
Sales & Racking. 3221 N. 813-641-0991, 43-1802. F/$400 (727) 481-7856
40th St. 813-623-5251 Walpher P99 $449. Glock BICHON FRISE Adorable
FORKLIFTS (2) 1 CAT 21 $499. Glock 37 w/NS Female 5 mos, CKC reg,
V80D,80001bcap, diesel, $499. FN57 w/5 mag, all shows, kennel, hear-
works great. $7000. $799 Sig Pro N/S 9mm tworm, & flea control
HYSTER, XA-60, 60001b $379. Matt 813-685-2612 minc. $500 813-855-5953
Sca gas needs work. BichonFrisePupsAKCw/
$250.81: -983-9855 SPECIAL health certs. Females
FORKLIFTS-Ringlift has $550, Males $450. Citrus
"As Is" to fully record. ANNOUNCEMENT ounty.352-726-9570us
Stop and see why we TACKLESHACK'S
give the best value inre- LASTTURKEYSALE BICHON PUPS, M & F,
cond. forKlifts in the 8Wks. Champ Line, Hlth
state. Huge inventory. All good things must Cert. House Raised,
1401 US Hwy. 301 N.Tpa. come to an end Ready To Go!
- Larry, 813-620-1337. 813-973-8834
NEW HYDROTEK Pro NOV 19-20-21
NEW HYDROTEK Pre0 o 0 SCUBAPROMK25/S600 BLOODHOUND- Male,
P ler h 0 "class" $329 AKC registered, 1 year
psnnsK xlerh tr -r on- UwatecProNitrox old. Parents on
6000# axle 5x8 trr. "class"$329 premises. Excellent
extras. (941) 355-0564 NewBC'Sfrom$119 with children. Current
SHOP equip. Downsizing. Used Zeagle Rangers on all shots.$300 Call for
Vertical Mill (2), Metal $299 info 813-310-0849
Lathe, Shopsmith Wood i Used tanksfrom$79 DES FLANDRES
Lathe Moore Jig Bo4re. 0 Used regsfrom$39 BOUVIER DES FLANDRES
813-905-2799 933-5746 used BCSfrom$69 fawn puppies CH sired,
Used Octo'sfrom$19.95 8Lwks, AKC.FA, POP,
SURFACE Grinder, Brown I NEW!Wetsuitsfrom Loyal, inteigen pro-
& Sharp 62, auto feedu $59.95 tective family do $950
magnetic chuck, goo i New!Finsreg$80Now! (813) 986-222/
con$,0uu 02495 863 tf^ o o- 8 6 7 5 1 1 5
813-93-6872 $2495 www.SLRKENNELS.com
Sporting I Endless specials, BOXER PUPPIES 2 males
450 SP g TOO many to list. DOB 9/3/04, AKC reg, all
Goods Quantities and sizes shots & health cert.,
are limited white &whitew/brindle
GLOCK 23 40 cal., 3 Irg WORKING HARD TO BE spots. 813-948-8560
cap mags never fired, YOUR DIVE SHOP
$525 See You There! Cairn Terriers, AKC pups,
727-492-8393 TACKLE SHACK .K eoPrend-
GOLF CART We Sell Fun -684-8670 368-3907
WANTED 7801th St North CAVALIER KING CHARLES
Daytime: 813-951-4931 Pinellas Park FL NSPANIEL Pups, AKC-A-
Evenings: 813-988-5651 wwwPtshack.com CA, vet chk d, playful,
consider offers $1100.
GREATGUN VALUES 727-862-9060
And Friendly Service. (727)546-5080
Special Orers & Lay: 800-537-6099 CAVAUER KING CHARLES
awas welcomed. I SPANIEL ACA, 6 mos.
Call83-210-GUNS(4867) 451 Exercise male, Blenheim, all
GUN SALE! Equipment shots hith cert. $500,
GUN SALE! 813-817-2084
New and Used. 380 $99CHIHUAHUA Male Stud,
9mm $110, 45 cal. $149, B.....WF ....letPWR ch IA
AK47$345 at, squat & let attach- Blue/Tan AKC regis-
813-754-.1794 ment, good condition tered, seeking breeders.
$750 OBO, (813) Call Shelly
HUNT CLUB Green Top 641-0783 813-787-7787
2015 acres, southern STAIRMASTER 4000 PT. Chihuahua Pups, Read
zone. Membership$650 Excellent condition Chihuahua Pups Rea
Dublin GA Exceent condition to go! SM, 1F. Both coat
0 404-4334342 Owner's manual. types, H. Certs & reg.
0 VGs '& up 884-2272,
HUNTER's WANTED for 813-920-9748 PO#4-041580.
MONSTER DEER in West- | .,
ern KY on priv. Farms. 1452 1 Bicycle/Svcs CHINESE CRESTED pups 1
Meals & lodgyig incl. male & 1 female. $400 ea
Jim Baker (606)226-2260 Bicycles, antique over 20 SHIH TZU PUps male &
I GNS E to choose from. $25 to female $600 ea.
NEW GUN SALES $250.813-986-1007. (863)646-4716
9mm $120
45$159.99 38Sp15199 I Health I CHINESE SHAR PEI PUP-
Gun Transfers $25 I456 PaOIn t PIES, put a new wrinkle
Sam's813-931-8498Tmpa product I inyourlife.AKCchampi-
Crown 788-2520 Z hills on lines. Vet checked.
VIAGRA Prescription Health cert. 2 males, 10
NEW GUN SALES Strength Alternative (30 wks old, $800.
9mm $120 blue tabs 100mg $89.95) 813-929-0465.
45$159.99 38Spl$199 No Prescription Need- CIE HA E A
Gun Transfers $25 ed! FREE Shipping CHINESE SHARPEI'SAC
Sam's813-931-8498Tmpa 1-888-527-0870 Female & Males avail-
Crown 788-2520 Z'hflis SEXPILLUSA.COM able.Colorsare&Blue,
lac, Chocolate & Black.
POOL TABLE$, A45n LOSEWEIGHTNOW! Parents are Show
POOL TABLE $1,450 30 day free trial Champions. $1,000 Firm,
A 4x8 solid wood exqui- Call now813-986-0002 or (727) 39-0818
site professional Table. 813-244-2399
1" Italian slate, new in http://healthand Doberman Pinscher Pups
boxes can deliver & set welIness.amsonline.com sb AKC, good nerve &
up. Call 813-363-0097 /doto/Welcome temperament
*DIET PILLS* New Pre-352-243-9122 408-7062
POOL TABLE $1,685 scrption Strength Enlish Bull Dog Puppy,
A 4x8 professional solid (Phentrazine 37.5mg 60 AKC, health certificate,
wood, 1" Italian slate tabs $8995) No Pre- male, l3wks old, white
K66 rails, mother of scription Needed! FREE with marking, $1600..
pearl diamond sites, Shipping 1-888-527-0870 813-659-4311:743-8709
gum rubber bumpers, DIETPILLUSA.COM English Bulldog Pups,
t p s u alityeltdecora NUTRITIONAL BARS LA. AKC- 80 Champion Pedi-
ith croUnpg alls. Brand Supplyverv/low price beautiful whtw/brindle,
ithncrwn balls. Bran 813-611-7371 or great family pets,
newincrate.Candeliver 8$386-451-04561900-$2000. Ready
& set up. 813-363-0097 1ARP,11/22.813-690-0612

Pool Table 4x8 460 owners English Mastiff pup, fe-
Pool Ible 4tx 480 Mowers male, AKC, show poten-
Pro Series 1" Tournament tial raised with.kids,
slate, K66 100% gum Mobile Repair Service crate trained. $800.
rubber ralis, diamond Toro-Scag-Exmark 352-686-2581 Ivmessg
sights, carved cabinet, Bunton-Dixte Chopper
new in box, never used. Hydro's-Parts-Engines GERMAN SHEPHERD,
Cost $3200, sell $1150. Cranks & Cams 236-3363 AKC BiBonedPups/
Can deliver. Adults, Rich Colors &
813-293-7621 465 Lawn & Grdn Blacks, family oriented.
813-293-762 $650 & up (941)809-6242
POOL TABLE 7' Craftmas- FREE HORSE MANURE! GERMAN SHEPHERD
ters, less than 1 yr old, Great ForGardens! PUPS AKC 5M 350ea
all wood. $2000. YOU HAUL!! 4F$300ea,_wks, black&
813-917-5341 Local delivery available tan, taking deposits now.
POOL TABLE 8 813-661-1096 Ernesto,813-785-9459
EXCELLENT CONDITION SPOT GREAT DANE Pus, pSvt
4 MONTHS OLD, WIT breeder, P, AKC lth
ACCESSORIES $2700 ADVERTISING certs. Females, Harle.,
813-294-9892WantAds WORKS inMerles Mantles Start-
Want Ads WORKS! ing $650 813-267-5858





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1480 Dogs |4801Dogs | 14801Dogs I 4981 Estate Sales 1 Fruits& I 5261 Pastures & 15621 Campers & 583Water 584Boat
500 Vegetables | Stalls Travel Trirs Vehicles 1584 .. ..
PIT BULLS 2-3 yrs old 2 YORKIE, M6 mos, all THE GIRLS ESTATESALE I Stalls Trave s Vehicles 27' SEARAY 1996 SUN-
a- females, 3 males shots, CKC, $600 FRI& SAT 11/26&27 UPicktomatoes, Artesian New OpeningFullPasture 24'Ter 24J2001,sleeps Kawasaki2000 Ultra 150, DANCER, full canvas,
' i{llT Boyle's bloodline. Will ..8 6 3.m. Farms, 30th St. S.E. & Brd. forexporseperson six,16ft canopy, dbl pro- 145 hp, under warranty C, 7.4 310 HP motor,
Ssel separately or g13-757-6364 1805 Bu..ey Place 674. Ruskin behind KFC. who appreciates 24/7 pane pitystorage,great $5500. Exc. Cond., $28,000 Sale
wHMSRh 25 'cage PiteP YOr KE ss t Open 81345-3211 813-610-1280 813-968-3106/833-1124 er 2800, Double Trailercenter console. Chuck
w/ urchaseo5cage Pitul p le, YRKIEnu ies contents of a beautiful ... ..will discount if the two 813-966-1072
SELECTDOGS$50% off Bred. pups, male, fer, ks vet AKC.M well-k o pthoe I510|FarmEquip. I 5271I Hay Gran 261990PROWLER bouht as package 29' 6" 2001 Chaparral
PARAKEETS $8.88 female, 2arentonsite. vetv, COEelH-kepITH US!e53 bog I I fhlly selt-cora, t a gflin.
w/ purchaseofkit $125each. 813-689-7215 -1803 Thank ouformakin our TRACTOR 2000 New Hol- HAY CLEAN a/c tandem axe,nice 1997un- M
Neopolitan Mastiff or766-4326 YORKIE PUPS-AKC,8wks, saeesasuccessg land compact TC18, Yifton 44 rolls .$0 clean, non-smoker. 1997 YAMAHA Waverun- w/Bravo 3 drives, Load-
PoAmeranBul POMERANIAN, AKC hlthcert,ped rees, t- THEGIRLS 2WD 3c eselw on Cow$35. InBarn $5900 obo.813-285-9548 ne 3 seated & GP760 hoursNewondition,30
Poodle, westie, Bicon NIANAKC,. tie beauties! 2yreu .. hynese. WaveVenture 2 sweater hours, NewConditin,
Mmin Schnauzer, Boston rswFae 5 tra breeder.r 750 Garage, Yard h o ner use 813-431- 93whee6 12 slidebox $60,000813-404-8263
Terrier, Pug, Silky . ri n#046128. 813-760-0512/626-993 Sales Etc. Includes bush ho 3 8 2998 or ncl5 fejackets, garage 32 1994286 MONTERAY
OneYearWarranty 813-2201632 YORKIES -Lr s lcanop & srayI530 727-534-6257. t sell cal, MustWSell. SelfCon-
Complimentary Pood VetExam Cuties Nice i oals ,lie DVER O--2 Cat9A32-48 w7r x3t0 ob .at1ed. e 76
142 &U- malbetsati 14204 Walden Sheffield Call352-238-8855 p13-715-0444. tained..Sleeps.6. New
a ro813-249-8700 AKCm camp lines 11 .m 413229563 Rd Movil- everything 31'1978 Holidanterey ambler, YAMAHA 2004 FX Biminboard, New A/C, 0 Hupgrades,
weeks, 2 apricot, 1 tificate, male $500 Quality new and used 550-599 dies. pusher, under J SKIS (2) SeaDoo SPX www.340searay.com
HAVANESE PUP, AKC, 1 w white, show or et. 813-659-2977 must oomuch TRACTOR H oin e $328hp, basement mod Yamha w/Trailer $42500obo7-867-6418
MaW water helthces.+ 813-223 9CASHPlease i 'misthisone Dieselw/tiller, Rea. Recreation w m alve s 813-780-7112 Raidr i.hstsll h4' (727)A868-8241' "
at personal POODLE STANDARD kshire r PTO Clean Exc Cond.WANTED. warranty, man xtr.as, 34 Searay 2000, best on
M-at1000 -9, Sun 813-782-6570 Poodle UPS, AKC, chandard camponoone, ve, lace Branch Rd Micr email HCa1941-322-4248 31' Montana Moutaineer offaer813-889-0446 R loaded, twin 7.4,




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13Pupies,-249-8700 A 8-14 wks for details 11 irssh727-4healt5-3225 ce rse equipment, ktch- $4,800 obo813-205-442 31' 1oak99 Monterey Cora non (813) 503-7223hat ddinoard,$20kupgraes
4067880 F1200 apricot, 1 Im HIMALAYANl Quality new and used 55 -599 diesel. pusher, under JE $990813-624-7101 Twin 454s, 550 hrsay.com
JACK RUSSELL PUPS 813-244-581; shot 2977 ParkDrFir&SatNov26 traor 941-776-1870 obo813-835-420$35K, basement modntralair, 1996 & Yamaha Wave details 727-867-6418





very cute, smooth coat, 813-833-9346 $30033-643- &276AM t1 ?.EVERY- out all on lke new, Stove/ ,GPS
health certs $3 00. iO+ 813-2239? I --R i'nventorywww. 27'1990ecreation w/bku ca$9,00 sacks, sat.13-846-9043 15 204 KEY ll SARA 2003, T370 V
s1ots, adorable 2 Ien & 1 C ats caldwelltracetorjcom s o's8ectc nd 44'2000,5thwheel,3slide Me9r0e A. Raide*r9. us ,sell
swwet personality P on Premises. Freeto goodhome. Spay NT Wrail excellent32-62 mother lowmi9898nermust see uts, ASAP. $950 ea. or make drives gen AARC,



Wav ,d sectionalSofTaknMooprs50 ees ne1terMeodnao lehcp kgt aa$13r0 Genote $11Kob.83t 813-9-2898. tharsntr rt 3 n. ar,
lines cream, blue, T000 Female,129yearsold W s Horses(& 560 2002 TT, rear LR,2rock- 17' Ka gak, touring ,cur- auo pilot campers l
ITALIANGREYHOUNd. 4F 2M $150.ShoworeCal Asking$350 dining room table,x-525 vest started ers, traslide, sprsofa, rentesin canvas, 14-450-2692 hrs
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386-938-47.or 21 Wo r. $0 & E813-265-3766 IvPmsg imsc.tems.3072Legend Ati Ci f Lt eManateeSprings Fowler & 1-75b Yamaha, Na. ve i
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t $350.8684-402 thin Mu Go. No rea- 1987 class A 29K ml, ENDOFSUMMER7727. Gulf Stream 23WR e il day
st shots choc. $ Breeding Birds Lilac snaeofBUFFALO "Buffy" ferrefused. Free Horse if boarded New 7 SEARAY B50 $800/mo. 407-925-33005.
yellow$4d00black $30 Schuzer pun.ies mi- Crown Amazons, with us! Full board- Chevy 454 engine, AC, CLEARANCE SALE DER in/outboard low South B ...oa
Female, 3 years old. dish, cusow to rys Indiabuilt-in ersonn &pa$250-Loadedn- Horsesrentedja951 Mem BB813-90-5519
(863) 533-5038 aue ad..i... 2F, Alexandrian R.neck, IIA II II /hr S/d generator,l t..... g ..4Pers.nSpa trahoeruextras, 11% Storage-Secureoutside
Make.e. 2 "" /" Jenday Conure. Serious II I I ulVery Tame. 600 uaCall Desk. Asking $245K. a lum coverson 249 obo13-5 and covered storage.






































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its now for Christmas 13-788-249 .48-2299 727-492-0223wwsuncitystables.com 888$17Bates RV Nea0.813-7rly -8670 on$5999n stock-3 odel-3 rcru 140H eak Diesel2wheAuto
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Sul I entle Paint MAR re anred 2 Airstream Jayco htozonaor, steps, gav trailer $1100 ic less than 80K miles.
$5 13-84-56 1 liPhilneofly. Alphachamps-4exittLake2712TaClubhouse Dr roan, white BOATLIFTcover, 813-31 r- $750(813)641-2740Benjam Rd., boats,



















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Health Cert. $395, we fiter Calltress813-961-4838 Camper& withremo Dr. under 200 h4rs. trailer., M T -Corfh ,
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OLD ENGLISH SHEEP DOG- 813-508-51r BEARDED Dra on air -_... also B Sr_ e h" A + POOLHEATERS-FAC- -Repairs
I 19s 1 ^ noieals Fencing &repairs8' TINC1999 11
PUPPESMaes & fe- 13-0-54 I 813-788-301-713-672 FIND IT. TORY DIRECT813-662-1843 Solar message Call 352-347-447 WantAds
males $875a$1300.rFamswHewtborbeucis3c,4'u199. .UHeatPum orGas.Com' Merc.-TrLiveWell.Elec. Marine Surplus & Repair,
raised. Port Orange Pwshots & heath certs. juvenilesFe t sobos.You B U e p Glav Tl Read to or.sMarketiletedoyourselfpoolYourplaceormine!.ots
ra-i old ,.Port Raised In, myhomeIfor B e.rLd $ 100 Uamals. feorX-maas.YaloungCe fyaleac.cUae eater kits,.Phone New Condk$11,000050. ofnew, used&rebuilt
CKC, 10 weeks O1,'t ship.$450.727-5300359 BEARDED DRAGONS. Frutsors,startingatOO.Dis 00quai8-6 5o r
certs edPreeues Adult breeders. count on pairs delive 1-800-333-9276, ext. 501. 15 Yamah aluminum 727-647-4600
407-877-8405 Cairnss&Scotties Colorful babies $50! GRAPErU & Navl Or BEEF CALvES FOR SALE w/slide, standing tbl & Lic #CWC029795, In- r.900 condition BotMor17 HP M-
See pictures: .Iwww. 813-431-3711 anytime eRA $7FbUsh &.Navel',W'E"AnVESnFeed S VaLcc. chrs,chinacloset ,clean, sured. Dealer inquiries $4900.03-960-9439. curry, 198b, 25" shaft,
PIT BULL Pupies 6 mccartysterriers.com Edgens $ uul Dr ene 1,we rnfdetaecm.runs good, tilt and trim
Weeksold,3alesFe 352591-2271 I Misc pets-8I 2 n o ld.$258-$400. $0 2- 3.SotAdvertisingWorks bleds down 51250.
males, F-awn & Bindle ,sc Riverview FL Deliver.y Available. w,..$50C7.-3646 OTTUB.Newseats,Sh Spo t Odessa727-639-6407
Red Nose $200 to & 00 WHEATEN Terrier soft Services I V 813-672-3767 863-581-5322 36' 1999 Georgie Boy cru- lots of jets, all dinita, 19' 1997 Glass Stream
coae d r' coate rg.,3.mos isemaster; dieset, 22k blowerozoner lite stored inside, less than
Pit bull pups" 3.ga.isalt-p- ,poniesle t l. en s mislideout, satellite, waterfaelCost$7Ksacri- 20hrs.Exc.condition, Jrns ssi e .ey
,,Red pits w/ vet vd. u1000 & $1200 water, cuslgranitestnic t, ./u t.' i.ack, e s,& rear camera, non fice$2699813-966-2362 $7500.813-300-6499 w6A rray. Assianc
green gola .eyes, pa- (3 .318-8991 many access..extra fil- Call 13-752-5509 equi lop o riceseaid, smoIers. 585,000 ab.. available if needed.
ed Devil bloodline. Rd WHEATON TERRIER, little terms d8aecoraive corAN G euuuru r Good.hoe. Cl 2 d 8 20Jets Shp," cabet, 19' HYDRASPORT Hydra .
nose./Taki/ e nRd t eddybears!TakingdeN. $800 8334504g ORANGES.NA al- SMALL HERD of BlackAn 36' Georgle Boy Landau moodlIff hts,'warranty. Skiff 115SEvinrude alum Sailboas
up1/9/05 3 -2 -629 Can$9g0hmDec 7..$.00-F, WEED out your old lawn Ion bucket$5..U Pick $6 ad blck Anwht 2001, only 20K mi., Cum- Paid $4595 Sacrifice trlr lack plate, trM mtr,
-..M.. ACA/vet chkd, mower with an ad in We Pick Start Picking Tacosa loblack mins diesel pusher en- $1650.813477-5706 GPS/Sonar live well 14SUNFISHALCORT
Spot Advertising WorKS nmthcerts.813-765-7001 class 460! 11/29.7M-0698 A onus.b uAll.abl (8a50") i u OTn/SPAS p-erson, many e gta Exc Cond! readytosail$900aob.
87a-2571/(2 ,10-4854 st lr $ 8,0OO83-765-4349 Call954-554-0945
Getintunew/Classifieds room, basement stor- wood cabmet,'wa 19'TILTON CC, flats boat,
selection o musical In- age diesel generator must move $195. 150,Mercury, alum trail- 25' JACK HELMS,
struments In Class 420 engine under warr. till 813-453492 erdraulicjacka pte, (British), new bottom
YERLN HIFR E- 100K mi., 84.900 obo 36V trolling mtr, 200DX, paint, 25hp mtr, mourning
YEARLING HEIFERS Ex- 727-536-2108 IMOVESPAS livewell, many extras, incl. in Davis IslanD7,
posed, some ready to $7,000.813-986-3631 $4000 obo. 813-956-7631
s e ll d drop calves. $700 (863) W 1996 American Tradi- Elec..s a ll,
781-3905 tion, Diesel Pusher, Dig- El.liu c. 20199iPritneWACbl50e 6" 9
l IEl I I l ItlIn g I '" .... Satellitedish 2TVs 7. (813GP1654/7 mercy, bimintowale .
WANTED: GOATS SHEEP DieselGen. cx Con. SPA HOT TUB. SPA, VHF d.2ri de I Transpra I
LAMAS & CAMTILE. TOo $68hrpr352-583-0815oNeverused, seats pori oeo an-
PRICE PAID. GOOD 40' 209ALPHA GOLD 5th warran, deluxe cabi chsparte a all
HOME. CALL CINDY wheel, 3 slide outs tri- 2 -4 ets 7921Si entaltdeq ntrailerp 11Automotive
UNOW8813-649-1126 pie axle, refrig, trzr, I"13-453 w/brakes m plusmorer I j Services
E v e ry t ing..... ......Gosenec .$0858 8 1) 6 erso 6.Shp, 44 S Bay Area Motor Works,
HART .w/ rsesnGroom. Newngs& spare 40'2EAV. 21 1989 CC PROLINE w Engine rebuild & Install,
." .... ,-tire. Exc. con .$11,000 Thunder 2002, 455HP. Boat6 0superb-must Auto/ Boat'-'
Sobo(863)853-17 2 Garaged,.perfect&oach, see! Lots of extras. 727-934-1131
Slineve soptaon.Willtrae or nderwat g $10500obo 813-786-9080
14.3 y BA 352-572-7715 22' Pontoon Boat 199uto
352-347-77143- Crest II, 90HP Evenrude 620 Engines,
4 2yrs.$100; (813) 642- 3 47 7-Person Deluxe. Never Ocean Pro, 2 bimini Parts &11sc.
9446 or (941) 812-3605 43, 2005 Mountainaire by UsedIncludes cover. to/ he DI P
Whi 1te, o la- ad, xT 'hr W C Payments Under canvascovers,,$5700. bed, tool box & bumper,
one, wilnolfornC rs zone heat sy stem, all .$100 per Month. In a Must Sell813-598-2464
mas.$300. 813-340-4427 wood Interior1qu1do H u rjr.y. Call 23' 1987 GRADY WHITE Engines & Transmissions
itbf04@yahoo.com slides w/ power lock 800R7 Gulf Stream 23, 9 Used & Rebuilt- 99days
BUFFALO "Buffy" arms, KVHI auto sat. SPAI Overstocked! New 7 cb'amtwn ,500Mers 1 upb to 3Brs war. 8 F39-5.
Female, 3 years old. dish, custom built-in person spa-LoadedOuIn- C anr $13nO Mem IBB813-907-5519
Very Tame. $600 Call Desk. Asking $245K. cludes cover, delivery & 8 -503-3010
www.suncitystable.com 88-Bates RV Nearly 600 $5999 888-397-3529. mercruiser, 1.0., tek Diesel 2 wheel Automat-
A Ud v e Ir t eInth eGentle Paint Mare and 2 Airstream Jayco swim platform, Cuddy ic less than 80K miles.
month old Philly. Alphal-4exit14Tampa. BOATULIFT cabin, new motor.$750(813)641-2740
$2500 or bet offer i Used 16.000lbs Alumalift $10,500. 813-920-9257 $750 O8 1 969- Z
Call813-961-4838 562 Campers I with remote.$3,850.Call 24' 1988 Welcraft Aruba, MOTORmforeChev 1969 DZ
la n t lr3HorneSrklaeinr. TrravelTrirs 94-95-315 2001Vortec,35HPen0 302, Complete runs
P la n t C ity C o u rie r co e 0 18' Yellowstone Camino 58 sauns& cabinsips .electronics,132a0tbuto mplete.

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I Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
TIRES, (2) Michelin Pilot
Sport A/S, run flat
275/40ZR18 from C5
Vet, only 3069 mi. $500
obo, 813-695-0888
TRANSMISSIONS Rebuilt
all makes and models
all work guaranteed. 15
years experience. Free
towing 813-760-0949
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z, guaranteed
work. Installation
available & everything
elese. Call Rob for
prices: 813-610-1535
627 Utility I
Trailers
16'x6' wide, Dual axil.
w/brakes & car ramps.
7,000 GVW, Good Cond.
$1,200 OBO
941-723-2916
6'x12' Enclosed Trailer. 1
yr old, double doors
with ramp all new tires,
roof rack. $3000 obo.
813-677-4148
6.5'X14' '04 encl cargo
trailer, tandem axle,
ramp door, roof vent,
front-slope. Must go
$4,000 obo 727-799-2109
The Car Shop Trailer
Sales,
BestPriceTrailers.com
877-258-1445. No Money
Down Financing Pro-
gram. Horton Haulers
argo Car Haulers,
Race, oncession Trail-
ers. Forest Rivers Work
and PhlaToy Haulers,
Tag, 5th Wheels.
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6"29 Duty I

Chevrolet 2000 S10,5spd,
89k hwy miles, Pewter
w/mrnatching cover, ac,
cd, 4inch Beitech lower-
ing kit $4500 obo. 813-
298-2049 Good Cond.
Classified Ads Prices
well within sight A se-
lection that's just right!
CHEVY 1976 16'Alum P30
Food convention truck.
Gas, 4 spd, runs great!
Full kitchen. $20,000
813-216-9008 Iv msg
CHEVY 1984 1 ton dually,
has some rust, 108k
runs good & has good
tires. $3000.
813-641-7801.
CHEVY 1999 SILVERARDO
Z71 EXT CAB Silver
Pickup, Auto., 4 WD, 8
Cyl. $19,000 (813)
75-1908
DODGE 1993 Dakota, Ext
Cab, V6, 5spd, AC, pwr
steering, p/brakes, CD,
needs paint. $170p,.obo
Call813-496-118.
DODGE: 199 DAKOTA
Sport, Red, new paint,
bedlier V6, 3.9 auto,
O/D cold air, new tires
$6495.813-654-9099
FORD 1986 RANGER & '84
Ranger. Needs minor
work, both run. Must
sell. Askin 00.
Call John -469-0075
FORD 1987 Ranger XLT,
107k miles, V6, auto, AC,
PS, cruise con., runs
great, looks good, nice
$1500.243-0093.
FORD 1988 F150 EX-CAB
187;000 mi, Brown, 2
WD 8 Cyl. with topper
12 ; 0, OBO (83)

Spot Advertising Works
FORD 1993 F150 4X4, Ext.
Cab/Bed, replaced
engine warranty, A/C,
cruise, all pwr, bedllner.
$4,995.813-786-2930
FORD 1994 F-150 XLT
4x4, new pwr train, tool
box, A/C, CD, pwr every-
thing! 112k mi -$7500
obo 813-254-3434
FORD 1994 F150 ext cab,
V8, auto, cold AC, full
power topper, 138K ml,
ooks & runsexc $340
obo. Call 813-495-6933
FORD 2000 F150 SUPER
Cab Lariat, Triton 5.4 V8,
Auto, Fully Loaded Lthr
Exc Cond! $12,500
813-935-6517/361-9308
FORD 2000 Lightning
white, OEM buckets,
console, carbon fiber
int JBA headers, mag-
naflows, 4" Iowered,
chrome wheels; ton-
neau, new S-02 tires, 26k
miles, warranty, show
truck, Immaculate.
$20,900.813-961-6693
FORD 2001 F150 XLT 2wd,
67K miles red, auto,
power,8cyl.
$12,500.
813-763-7245
FORD 2001 RANGER EDGE,
Extended cab V6,
5spd, CD, AC, 36K miles,
excellent condition,
$8200.816-645-6782
FORD 2002 Ranger Xlt,
Xtra cab, V6,auto, CD,
air, PSPBPWPL cruise
tilt bedliner. 2k mi
$11,900.863-398-3959
FORD 2002 RANGER XLT
extra cab, auto, big 4.0
liter V6, 24K mi. -dr,
power everything,
CD/cass., rear slider,
exc. cond. $12,500.
813-249-5189 after 5pm.
GMC 2003 SIERRA, ex-
tend cab, 58k mi, loaded,
pwr everything, CD,
A/C, Great -ondl
$16,500 813-754-4652


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MAZDA 1999 B2500 66,0001
mi, White Pickup, 5
Speed, 2 WD, AC, Bedli-
ner, 4 Cyl. $5,000 Great
Value (813) 968-8880
NISSAN 2002 Frontier
Crew Cab XEV6, 5 spd.
immac, balance of fact
warr. $12500 Call Joe
813-909-8897
TOYOTA 2002 TACOMA
Pre-Runner 4 dr crew
cab, Auto. fully loaded,
6CyI. 17,900/obo (813)
503-7223
TOYOTA 2004 TACOMA
4WD, 4dr, V6, CD, tool
box, running bds, exc
cond alarm, cruise,
$21,9 0.813-469-1372
I n ITrucks-
30I Heavy Duty

DODGE 2001 RAM SPORT
5.9 V8, quad cab, wr, am,
fmcassCD, lthr, bdlnr
tow kg, great cond, 50K.
$1500.813-662-5940
DODGE 2002 4X4 RAM
2500V8 Crew cab,
Laramie HD package, 33K
miles, white gray interi-
or reese hitch, Michelin
LTX M-S tires, excellent
condition $23,500.
813-837-3955
FORD 2000 F350 V8 Box
14, 139K miles, yellow,
gas, AC good condition
$8,900. e habla Espanol
352-585-6627
FORD 2000 F550, 4 door,
diesel automatic flat
bed, 813-948-2898.

I I 4-Wheel
630B IDrive

FORD 2003 F-150 4X4,
Lariat, Ext cab, Triton
engine, loaded 23K mi,
mint! $23,900.
m 813-294-3021
GMC 1990 Jimmy Full size,
4x4, auto.V8, PW runs
great, 120k orig mi.
$4000. 813-995-0033 or
813-477-3426
16311 Vans
Chevrolet 1995 Conver-
sion Van, 1 owner, 85k
miles, good condition.
Asking $5895. Will con-
sider reasonable offers.
813-215-9322
CHEVY 1993 LUMINAAPV,
V6, A/T, AC, new tires,
air shocks, runs good.
As Is $1495 obo.
813-626-1315
Dodge Hightop Cony. Van
fuly equipt) whI chr lift,
Ithr int r onyv 16,500 mi,
" ice cold A/,full warr.
$24,000. 813-672-3753
Dodge 1992C6nv. Van,
83K mi., looks & runs
perfect, captains chair.
ust sell now. Sacrafice
$3,960OBO. 813-240-0151

Dodge 1996 Caravan, 3
rows of seats, blue, runs
great, $4000 obo
727-207-9035
DODGE 1999 CARAVAN,
78K miles great
condition, I owner, never
smoked in $5800 obo.
813-767-5165
DODGE 1999 HIGHTOP V8
65,000 mi, new tires bat-
tery & brakes TV/VCR,
rear air $13000, Super
Clean(813) 235-9895
FORD 2000 E150High To
Conversion, wht, T, VCR,
4 capt. chrs, sofa bed,
"thr Int, 35K 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
MERCURY 1995 VILLAGER
LS, 7-pass. moon roof,
all pwr min 99K, $3900.
Call 954-554-0945
Tampa Palms
PLYMOUTH 1994
Voyager, High-Miles,
Runs Great. $1200.
813-949-5631

VW 1970 CAMPER BUS
type II Wht, 3 drs, pop
top, reblt eng 2 yrs ago
114k ml. $6000 or best
offer. 813-731-6107
1632 I Sport Utility
|u" | Vehicles |
CHEVY 1997 Tahoe 4x4 LT
All Pwr, 4Dr, New Tires,
Blue w/Tan Lthr 175K,
exc. cond. $5,800 obo
813-927-9839 after 5pm
CHEVY 1999 Tahoe LT,
Loaded dual air, Lthr
new A/C & tires, well
maint SUPER CLEAN
$10,497.813-949-3736
CHEVY 2000 SUBURBAN,
4x4, blk,LT, fully loaded,
well maintained all
records. $13,750.
Call: 813-731-3141
DODGE 1999 DURANGO
SLT S ve/Grey cloth,
72,560 mi 2WD5.2 litre
loaded. $9,850 6BO.
Call 813'-659-1639
DODGE 2000 Durango SLT
4x4. Great Cond. 47K mi,
tow pkg., Custom wheels
&running brd. Must Sell.
$13K 813-215-5904
DODGE 2002 Durango,
SXT, PW, PL tow pkg,
garage kept, 35k mi, .ex
warranty, $13,800 obo.
813-988-8487 892-8487


632 1 Sport Utility
"" Vehicles
FORD 1998 Expedition
XLT PSPW, cruise,
AM/FM/Cass, 6 disc CD,
front& rear AC, 67.5k mi,
$11,500.813-681-2432
FORD 2000 EXPLORER
86,000 m Navy Blue
Sports Utility, 5 peed, 6
CI1. $7,000, Must Go
(813)672-1290
FORD 2002 Expedition,
Eddie Bauer 5.4 V8, tow
pkg, leather, 32k mi, exc
cond. Asking $23,000.
813-389-4543
GMC 1997 JIMMY 93k mi,
Green, Auto., 2 WD, 4 dr.,
6 Cyl. pw, p, tilt, cruise,
cold a/c, alloy wheels,
$6,900, Must See (813)
244-8566
GMC 1998 Yukon SLE,
towing package, CD
player, excellent? condi-
on, 68K miles. $9,900.
Call 813-633-2229
GMC 1999 SUBURBAN,
SLT package, white and
gold color, 71K miles,
extended warranty,
$13,000 813-956-1963
GMC 2004 ENVOY, 4WD,
auto, AC, 270HP inline
6-cyl, towing pkg, 22,000
mi. $21,060 obo.
863-661-7028
HONDA 2004 CRV molave
tan, 11K mi. $19,500 or
pay off 727-856-8298 or
330-819-2309
INFINITY 1999 QX490K,
V6, Black/Tan, Super
Clean, Lthr Sunrf BOSE,
Power Everything,
$11,500obo 813-926-5762
Through making waves?
Place a classified ad &
letsailors get wind of
your boat!
Isuzu'2003 Rodeo, V-6,
auto, 42K mi, tow pkg,
power & more. KBB
$13945 sell $13K obo
Call 813-930-9010
JEEP 1997 Grand Chero-
kee, V8, loaded, great
condition, 89k miles,
$6900.813-508-0070.

JEEP 1997 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, 45K mi on
engine, allpower, ask-
ing $3,300.813-626-5490

JEEP 2000 GRAND Cher-
okee Laredo, 6 cyl, 77k
miA white, CD Auto AC
fully loaded $11,500
813-780-1982
JEEP 2002 Gr Cherokee
Laredo, dk blue, loaded
Ithr, great cond! 63k mi
warranty to 100k mi.
$16,000ob0 813.689.6099
JEEP 2004 Wrangler Saha-
ra green, auto. 6800
mnes.ike new. $21,900.
813-376-4527; .

LAND ROVER., '2001
DISCOVERY, 60K mi all
records, Pewter/Aan
Ithr, loaded. Exc cond.
$13,500.813-843-9228
LEXUS 2001 RX300,1 own-
er, 27k mi, fact warr 6
yrs or 70k mi, prem p.kg,
mn-roof, CD Ithr, like
"new, N/S, $25,000.
941-350-7544.
Lincoln 2000 Navigator
47k mi, black/tan duar
capt's chrs, nav, clean
inside & out$19,500
Call 813-335-0956
Lincoln 2001 Navigator,
black, beige Ithr, 100k.
ext'd warr., 67k mi, exc
cond. Can email pics.
$19,500.813-833-4575.
LINCOLN 2003 NAVIGA-
TOR 14,500 mi, Mono
Chrome Pkg, Bk int.
AC/Heated seats, all
pts $38,500 (813)
9'6-1410
MERCEDES-BENZ 1998 M-
CLASS 111,000 mi, SUV
White, Auto., 4 WD, 6
Cyl. bought new ML320
and must sell, immacu-
late condition Great
Value $11,700 firm.
(813)765-5655
NISSAN 1998 Pathfinder
4x4, black, lthrint, sunrf,
TV/DVD custom stereo
& whis. $7,900.
813-265-8910 or
813-833-1574
Nissan 2001 Pathfinder
SE, Silver, 4 drs, exc.
cond .,CDchng run. brd,
EXTENDED WARRANTY.
$15,900 obo. 813-843-3320
NISSAN 2003 Xtera XE, V6,
AC, power package,
tow, 24k, CD, perfect
condition $13.350.
813.598.3187
Nissan 2004 Murano SL,
AWD, auto 4000ml, Ithr
sunroof, ABS, CD, AC all
pwr, $28,95dobo. War-
ranty. 813-789-5353
RANGE ROVER 1999 4.6
HSE 4x4, loaded, AC,
CD, $18,000 OBO
813-962-0367
TOYOTA 1985 4Runner,
4x4, auto, 4" lift, 35"
tires $2300 obo.
813-731-1217

TOYOTA 1995 4-Runner
loaded, w/ new brakes,
minor body damage
$3500 813-991-5966

TOYOTA 1999 RUNNER,
limited, all pwr leather,
exc. cond. inside & out,
73K mi. $15,700 OBO.
Call 813-293-5601


633 I Scooters &
633 Mopeds |

GO-PED type Mini scoot-
er/Superfast, 48cc 2hp
Gas/Elec styfe foldable
scooter, up to 30 MPH
$175 & up. 727-896-6733
NEW Greely 49CC Scoot-
er. 40+ mph, 100 mpg,
street legaL$1,100.
Call 813-380-2756

VESPA 1963 & 1966 VIN-
TAGE SCOOTERS (2).
Both in very nice cond.
Call 813-426-3323 or
743-9679 for prices
1635 | Motorcycles |
HARLEY 1973 Sportster
1000, excellent condi-
tion, everything works.
$2900 firm. '
After 3pm: 813-655-6223
Harley Davidson 1997
RHD Road King, low
miles, green & black. Ex-
cellent condition.
$12,500.517-206-2152.
HARLEY 1999 RoddKing
Classic, red, full chrome,
too much to list, must
see $15,250'.
613-929-1638 or
941-544-0754
HARLEY 2000 1200 Cus-
tom, 3237 Miles, Jesse
James exhaust,' Many
Extras $8,500
813-671-9668*
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2000
1200 CUSTOM SPORTS-
TER 3800 MILES, SOLO
SEAT, LEATHER BAGS.
$7900 OBQ813-363-8472
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2001
SOFTAIL HERITAGE,
Screaming Eagle
Engine, Fu-ly Chromed,
Fufly Loaded. $21,000.
813-920-7344
Harley 2002 Heritage
Softtail Classic, fuel in-
ected, factory security,
5,00o mile service,
$16,900.813-909-8790
HD 2003 ROAD KING,
l10thAnnversary

813 9
HONDA 1980 CB750, great
condition, classic, runs
good, must see! Reliable
Trans. $1750. Leave
message. 813-650-8333
HONDA 1997 Magna 750
Great running power
cruiser w/ only 9500
miles!! Helmet, w/s, &
saddle bags inc .$3695.
813-748-6537
Honda 2003 CRF150F-
Adult female owned,
like new. $1800 firm.
Leave message
813-545-8266 ,
Honda 2003 Shadow 750,
white, like new, garage
kept, extra's, low miles.
$4500. It's A Beauty'
727-822.6819
HONDA 2004 SHADOW
still under warrity, 8
mos old, garage kept,
royal blue, show room
cond. $6300
352-666-7400
IKAWASAKI 2004 Vulcan
Classic. 1500cc. Engine
guard, bags, windshield,
foorboards. 4600k mi.
$8700 Obo 813-788-3249
SPORTSTER
2001, $4300. OBO. Also
HARLEY 1975 Sportster
chopped ele&kickstart
$2800.863-528-8069
SUZUKI 1996 INTRUDER
7K miles, garage kept,
extras. $3800.
352-628-7824
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will pic
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
YAMAHA 2004 YZF 600R
1000 miles, garage kept.
$6500 FLAWLESS!
727-812-6622
16361 Golf Carts |
EZ GO ELECTRIC GOLF
CART, runs good new
batteries. $1500.
813-719-1367

GOLF CART & CLUB CAR,
Gas power, Nice,
$1950 each.
727-639-4201 or
813-672-9504
GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
16371ATVs I
KAWASAKI 2002 PRAIRIE
3504 X4 ATV automatic
400 miles, garage kepi
$3200(727)868-3745

Polaris 2004 ATP 500HO.
4x4, water cooled, 60
miles, 2 year extended
warranty. $6000
727-327-7172
I 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. To $$
Call 813-963-5508 ASAP
Want Ads


6 I Vehicles I
6401 Wanted

S CASH PAID
For Cars Running or Not!
We'll comepick itup!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535
Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
BUICK 1986 Hearse, 64K
mi, cold AC, good shape.
New rubber & brakes.
$3800 obo. 352-527-7042

CHEVY 1957 210 Bel Aire
street rod, new 350, 400
trans, 4 whl disc. Over
$28k in parts. 85% done
$15,900 813-907-6225
CHEVY SS 1966 IMPALA, 4
speed, good cond, 327
eng, All original.
$6,500
Call 813-694-0309
CHRYSLER 1966 Newport,
2 door, $3000.
813-390-4858.

CORVETTE 1979 59,900
Orig Mi, "Cherry' T-
tops, New Tires, New
Canary Yellow Paint,
$9,500 813-685-9923
FORD 1963 Galaxy 500
Conv't. red, AT, dual
exhaust, flow masters,
$14,500 863-660-358

FORD 1965 FALCON, 2 Dr,
hardtop, 6-cyl, auto,
rusty, parts or restore,
clear title. $500.
352-799-8765 after 5pm
FORD 1972 LTD, 2 door,
ps/pb, new Chill Green
paint with Black top.
Very clean 54K mi.
$4,800.813-920-7977
Through making waves?
Place a classified ad &
letsailors get wind of
your boat!
OLDSMOBILE 19692 door,
actual miles 46,600.
8 -390o-4858...

PLYMOUTH 1968 Fury III
Great body won't find a.
cooler car for the price!
$2750 firm. 813-837.3772

PONTIAC 1979 Trans-AM,
454 Chevy powered,
very fast, drag strip or
show, $6500 obo.
813-766-2569 -623-5895
ANTIQUE AUTOMOBILES.
Private collection
863-697-1319 or
863-763-6266

648 Station
648 Wagons

SUBARU 1996 Legacy.
auto AC. CD. all pwr
service records. well
maint. runs great,
,$3500.813-936-0630 I
I Automobiles
For Sale
ACURA 1995 Integra 4dr,
fully loaded 139K mi,
good cond, Ithr, AC cold,
5 spd, great tires, CD.
$47 0 813-541-3505
ACURA 1998 3.5RL, Cham-
pagne, ultra clean, very
well maintained am-
pered, 80k mi, 81s,500.
352-797-9878
ACURA 1999 3.2 TL, 40K
mi, immaculate, loaded,
newtires,ext. warr, Ithr
alloys, spoiler, sunroof.
$16,000 813-774-4466
ACURA 2003 TL-S 4DR,
white, tan int. 56K mi.
100K mi warr. all scvr
records asking $20,500,
72M-534-8960
Spot Advertising Works
AUDI 1997 A4, 2.8, auto
fully loaded,4 dr pearl
w/beige Ithr interior,
72k mi, showroom cond,
$7,500.813-731-1333.
BENTLEY 1990 TURBO R,
showroom cond, 41K mi,
$38,000 firm. See at
www.salmalta.com or
call 813-833-4040.
BMW 1981 320i-Proiect
car paint (copper) &
body work completed.
'83 parts car included
$1,950 obo 813-968-1327
BMW 1990 5351, 5 speed,
White excellent
condition.
c 5,800
Call 813-966-5287
BMW 1993 850CI
2-dr coupe, 1 owner sil-
ver/grey, 75K miles,
$19,5 0.941-350-8527
BMW 1994 3181 Cony,
5-spd, Red 109K mi.
Great condition! $8500.
863-784-0444 or
305-776-3737
BMW 1996 328ic Convert-
ible, drk grn, tan Ithr, au-
to, prem pkg, 6 CD, new
tires, exc. cond.,
$12,560.813-486-9556
BMW 2000 328CI Steel
Blue ext., Gray Ithr intr.,
67K mi. new battery,
new brakes. $19,300.
813-653-4360
BMW 2001330 CI, leather,
premium package, like
new one owner, ave ti-
tle, 42k mi, $23,50 obo.
813-948-4171, 748-7117.
BMW 2003 530 Sport pkg,
prem kg auto sterling
grey,erner 1k miles,
Xenon headlights, sunrf.
$41,000.813-765-1827


i4n I Automobiles
49 [ For Sale




BMW 2004 645CI Hard
top 1300 +/-Crni, $74A075
ALSO 645CI Conv, 800
+ /- mi,$85,075 42 mo re-
maining warr ON BOTH.
My loss is your gain!
813-949-4123; 431-5757
I I


BMW 2004 745i
Sterling Gray Very Well
Equipped Never Titled *
Low miles $71,900
941-923-0535 x302
BUICK 1997 Park Ave. Top
of line, leather interior,
mint cond. all power,
CD, gold g $4200.
813-679-5338
BUICK 2000 Park Ave. Ul-
tra fully loadedexc.
cond., runs perfect, 83K
miles. $11,900 obo.
813-810-7358
CADILLAC 1988
BROUGHAM Low miles
runs well, clean, A/C all
power, $2,500ob. Call
813-740-8121
CADILLAC 1993 Fleet-
wood Braughm, white,
dark blue, glove Ithr int,
exc cond, 1A7k, n/smke.
$5750.813-633-9305.
Cadillac 1996 Seville SLS,
White Diamond, chrome
whis, Northstar, impec-
cable, 80K mi, n/smoke,
gar'd. $7000 813-832-522t
CADILLAC 1997 CATERA,
great mi, chrome rims,
moonro, sport susp
perfect, $5 200obo Must
sell. All others consid-
ered. Mike 813-907-1919
Cadillac 1999 Delegance,
Pearl white w/white
leather, new tires,
moonroof, very clean,
$6988.813-220-0625
Cadillac 2001 Deville -
red, spotless, 1 owner!
Leather power every-
thing, 45k miles. $18,750
obo813-294-3788
CADILLAC 2002 SEVILLE
STS Crimson red with
moon roof. $21,990.
813-645-7076
CHEVY 1991 Cavalier,
convertible, white.
Runs/needs work. $800
obo. 813-251-0957
CHEVY 1992 LUMINA 3.1,
white, cold A/C, new
tires and brakes 140K
Ma runs great,$965obo.
CaIl813-924-7672
CHEVY 1997 Cavalier
SportCold AC 5 sd Pwr
Win, Drs & Locks, All in
Exc Cond. Moving, must
Sell $2,000 813-817-419.8
CHEVY 1998 Camar o sp
Z28, all options, fast,
clean, well maint, 102K
hwy mi, trades considrd
$8500obo (727)992-8207
CHRYSLER 1995 CIRUS
LXI 4 dr 43,600 actual
miles, all power, minor
front end damage, A/C
needs fixed, rebuilt title.
Priced to sell $2450 OBO
813-239-6120/671-7118
CHRYSLER 1999 Sebring
JXI Convertible. Leather,
loaded 50k miles,
$7,950. 13-634-8017.

CHRYSLER 2001 PT Cruis-
er, Red, Red, All pwr, A/C,
CD/Cass, 50k mi,5 spd
New tires. Great cond:
$7500. (352) 573-0042
CORVETTE 1973 All Orig
Show Cond. numbers
match, Auto, PS PB 454
Big Block, $19,500
813-376-9433 920-6855
CORVETTE 1997 84k mi,

Aut, all pwr CD, Cadma
cntrl. AC, garaged,
nonsmkr, new IMthr seat.
good 1ires, (813)
289-7912
Corvette 2000 Convert-
ible, 6 speed, heads up,
every option, 59k, very
nice $24,950.
813-263-7154,968-4622.
DODGE 2000 Intrepid ES,
green, V6,auto, o, power
package keyless, AC
CD, Excefent Conditlon.
$5900. 813-973-8401
FORD 1993 MUSTANG GT
5.0, 5 speed, over $5K in
modifications, too much
to list, well kept. $6,975
00. Call (813)220-1193
FORD 1998 ESCORT LX
4dr, manual 5 spd, 6 disc
CD chgr, 85K ml, extra
clean 1 owner. $2400
813-855-8286
FORD 1998 Mustang GT,
very good condition,
leather interior, fully
loaded $5500.
813-731-5751.
FORD 1998 MUSTANG,
Silver V6, auto, all pwr,
great body, tint, cold AC,
108K mi $4700.
813-707-0800
FORD 1999 MUSTANG
Conv. Anniv. Model,
white/beige, 41K, V6,
leather, CD, Immac.
$9500 813-949-2829
FORD 1999 RANGER. XLS
Long Bed, Standard Cab
New Tires, Runs Great!
95k mi $4000 *
813-251-3506 or
813-886-3958


I4 Automobiles
49 For Sale
FORD 2000 ESCORT, Auto,
-56K original miles,
white, sunroof, excel-
lent good condition,
$3,600.813-935-6071
FORD 2000 FOCUS LX
25K mi, excellent cond
red 4 drS yr warranty
$5,900 FIRM 719-2856
FORD 2002 Mustang GT
V8 Auto 28K White
w/an Leather, CD, Pow-
er Everything $14,800
813-855-7850 205-7373
Ford 2003 Mustang.
black, under 12K mi., 3.9
V6, standard shift, load-
ed like new $11,500
'BO. 727-744-9094
FORD 2003 MUSTANG
Spoiler, Mach 460, Pow-
er Everything, Blue Au-
to, 6 Cyl. $11,000, Must
See (317) 507-9564
GMC 1991 S'URBURBAN
SLE, extra clean in & out,
full power, must see to
appreciate. Asking
$2450obo.813-873-8029 .
HONDA 1988 ACCORD
light brown 4dr. Good
condition. Runs good.
Well maintained. $1,250.
Call 813-968-7744
HONDA 1989 ACCORD,
4-dr, Black runs great,
auto, P/W. sunroof,
$800.813-951-6684

HONDA 1992 CIVIC
Automatic, cold A/C,
4drs, asking $2,750 or
best offer. Please call
* 813-477-4712*
HONDA 1992 Civic EX, pwr
sunroof, windows and
locks, new CD/MP3 plyr,
121K mi, excellent cond.
$2995. Call 813-215-8525
HONDA 1994 ACCORD EX,
automatic 4dr all pow-
er, sunroof, A/C, CD
Good condition, $440d
obo. Call 813-925-8092
Honda 1995 Civic, 4 doors,
pw, pl, cruise CD, ac,
runs great $3500
813-662-5306
HONDA 1997 Accord EX
fully loaded, exc. cond.
62K mil AT, alarm, $8000
obo. 813-299-7022 leave
message.
HONDA 1998 ACCORD
75,000 mi, White, Sedan,
Auto., 2 WD, 4 Cyl.
$8,100, Power Every-
thing, Leather Seats,
New Tires Allow
Wheels, Sun Roof Bar-
gain (813) 242-2626
HONDA 1998 Civic Red
2dr, 5spd, Alpine 6 disc
CD, cold AC, 30+ mpg,
$6500 obo with Honda
warranty 813-672-4566,
HONDA 1999 Accord EX
Coupe, auto, 3.0 Vtec,
.V,6 77,900 mi. Awsome
-car inside and out. Ipod
stereo system. $9,400.
813-929-0776
HONDA 1999 ACCORD EX
white/tan, 67Kmi 4 dr
auto, tint wdws, PW, PO,
CD. snroof. Very clean.
$9,800813-205-3320
Honda 1999 Civic, 106K
mi. auto, air, CD, $5500
OBW. 813-679-5198

HONDA 2000 ACCORD EX
IMMACULATE, Loaded!
Metalic Silver. V-6 ithr,
AC CD Alarm sn rf all pwr
$12,700813-258-4442
HONDA 2000 ACCORD SE
69.000 mi, excellent con-
dion, 4 dr., extended
Bargain 1813) 684-6857
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
V6 MintCondition,
Fully Loaded,
Low Mileage! $17,800.
Call 813-886-0510
HONDA 2002 CIVIC LX 28K
ml, Red Coupe, 5 Spd,
Exc. Cond, garaged.
New Tires, $11,500 (813)
486-1985
HONDA 2004 ACCORD
EX, White w/ tan int,
6cyl, 4dr, loaded, ONLY
8500 m, Mint cond,
$25,000 813-972-1100
INFINITI 1995 J30,120k mi
'od cond, well main-
ained$4600,707-0575
INFINITI 1995 J30 135,000
mi Silver, Sedan Auto
2 WD.6Cyl$4,50,Mus
Sell (813) 643-7389

INFINITY 1997 J30, Load-
ed, Dark green with tan
leather, very clean, mint
condition 102K,$6995.
813-610-2415
JAGUAR 1999 XK8 Conv.,
sapphire blue/ivory Ithr,
fact chrome whis, fact.
CD 49K mi. Spectacular.
$24,995.813-969-3238
JAGUAR 2002 X Sport.
Platinum color, loaded,
immac. cond., 24K mi.,
10 months left on lease,
$495/mo. 813-334-0075
KIA'02 Optima SE, sedan,
4cyl, afI pwr, sunroof,
14Kmi, tinted windows,
keyless entry wrrty,
blk,727-375-1246


649 Automobiles
For Sale
Kia 1999 Sephia LS 4 door,
5 spd cold AC, CD play-
er, 82k miles, $1,995 obo
813-966-0606
863-712-3301
LEXUS 1993 SC400, auto,
A/C, Navy Blue ext. w/
Tan Ithr, 20" chrome,
needs intr work $6300.
813-986-1709-874-3197
LEXUS 1999 ES300, White
with gray interior, low
miles new tires great
condition $13,000 obo.
813-265-4822
LEXUS 2003 RX300,
Cost New $39 000
Balance $31,000, Sell For
$31,000 813-239-9180

Lincoln 1993 Town Car
Excl bdy/Intr. 140k
Hwy miles. Needs
Electrical work. $1100
Call 1-813-389-8354
Lincoln 1995 Continental
burgundy, very good
condo! 106k miles, leath-
er interior, power all, V8.
$3500.813- 39-5102
LINCOLN 1997 Towncar
sig. series, blue Ithr,
8 way htd pwr seats,
travel computer, climate
control, new brakes, all
fluids replaced, tuned
new wires & plugs 85
mi. Asking $6900
813-633-8475
LINCOLN 1999TOWNCAR
Signature Series, exc,
clean in/out, well maint,
73K, asking $11,500.
813-995-295f
LINCOLN 2000 LS, Sport
Edition, 85K miles, sil-
ver, sunroof, all options,
excellent cond, $12,900
obo. 813-748-2631
Lincoln 2001 Continental
4 dr, Green w/ Tan ithr,
fully loaded, 34K mi.,
mint condition $13,300.
Call (813)645-9155
Lincoln 2001 LS Sports
package moonrf, pearl,
new brakes& tires sta-
bility control. Mint
$14,500.813-363-7544
Lincoln 2002 Towncar,
Presidential edition,
red/white, 19k miles,
factory wrnty. $22,500
352-382-7293
MAZDA 1999 626 ES,
red, owr pkg, cold AC,
4dr, weather, cd, 57k mi,
excellent cond- music
sell $5,800 813-766-9335
MERCEDES BENZ 1991
SL500, 43K original
miles, new softtop hard
top excellent. $19,900.
Calf 727-580-2899 0
Mercedes 1998 C230 grey
4 dr sedan, automatic
Jeather sunroof, 161K
clean must see
MERCEDES 1998 E320, CD,
luxury pkg, full power,
perfect maintenance,
perfect paint/body,
$16.5K 13-334-8831
MERCEDES 19998 320one
owner, 86K mi Silver,
non-smoker, loaded,
goodcondition, $18,000.
Call813-287-9320
MERCEDES 2001 S500SL,
18K miles, white with
grey interior, excellent
condition $45 950. Call
813-495-l1114
MERCEDES 2003 CLK E320
Convertible, pewter,
24K mi, asking $45.900.
Beautiful Car. MINT!
813-951-0700

MERCEDES
2003 S600 Silver silver,
loaded. 9800 miles.
$92,000.813-748-7400
MERCURY 1998 Grand
Marquis, 62K mi.
leather, power, very
good cond. $5300.
813-907-7401
MERCURY 2000 Grand
Maruis GS, Red, Per-
fect Cond, 70K $9,000
Days 813-340-0869
Eves 813-249-6232
MERCURY 2000 Sable LS
Sedan, Leather Interior
102K Mi. Excellent
Condition $4700.
813-958-9533
MITSUBISHI 2002 Galant
ES, auto 4DR, pw, pdl,
AC, 30,600 mi. ray,
$10,800.813-840-295 or
813-334-8788
Nissan 1994 Altima GLE
AC auto pwr sunroof
airoags, eyless, REM
fac alarm, lhr. 169k
$2800.813-235-5451
NISSAN 1996 ALTIMA
GXE, champaign, auto,
ice cold air, drivesgreat
Must see! $3600
813-363-3901
NISSAN 1999 Sentra GXE
4dr, silver, 5sp, reliable,
CD, 1 owner, ac, well
maintained. $3880
813-766-0874/333-4668
NISSAN 2001 Altima GXE 4
dr 5 spd, CD, tint, warr,
63K, all pwr, keyless,
new tires, perf cond.
$7,350obo 813-671-5994.
NISSAN 2003 350Z, 6 spd.
silver, leather interior
10K mi. Must Sell!
$19,900 813-695-6664

NISSAN 2004 Sentra, 1.8S,
bik, auto 12k. Must sell.
$11,500
Excellent condition
813-477-8731
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64 I Automobiles I
S649For Sale

Oldsmobile 1987 Cutlass
90K mi, perfect body.
$1750 813-661-7099
Oldsmobile 1995 Cutlass
Supreme 49k miles, like
new, cold ac, loaded -
car! Asking $3800.
813-792-7575/727-1827
PORSCHE 1978 911 SC,
88K miles, gold coupe,
looks beautiful, runs
great! All upgrades.
11,500.813-996-6947
PORSCHE 1996 Twin
Turbo Arena red with
Silver, Over 500HP.
Extensive upgrades! 47K,
$90K invested, Sell $69K.
George 813-293-1717
PORSCHE 1999 BOXSTER
64,000 mi Gray, Con-
vertible, Auto., 2 WD,
$24,500, Dealer engine
warranty until Feb.2006
Must Sel (813) 477-3736
PORSCHE 2000 Boxster,
Convertible, Exc Cond,
20K mi, Silver/Blk Lthr
Non-smoking, $25,90d
OBO. 813-933-7655
PORSCHE 2000 Boxster
White 5sp meticulous nonsmoking
owner, Porsche
serviced, garaged.
$26,500 863-602-8981
PORSCHE 2002 Boxster,
Seal Grey convt, 5spd,
29K mi, exc cond, warr
anty, $33,000 obo. Must
sell. Cal813-223-3433
SAAB 1998 900S Conv't.
52K mi. gold 5spd.FWD,
.fJlly oaded, alloy,
pristine cond. $13,500.
941-383-0123
SAAB 1999 9.3 Convert-
ible Excellent condition,
45,800K mi, new tires,
under warr.$13,900obo.
813-404-0004
SATURN 2000 SL1 gold,
74k miles, automatic
full power, excellent
shape $4900 obo.
813-626-7752,924-3927.
SATURN 2003 L300, V6,
leather, loaded, 20k,
excellent, $16,000
Zephyrhills
813-788-7493.766-7229
Toyota 1992 Corolla DX, 1
Sr owner, very low mi
Michelins, records, oil
ihgd at 2Knot a scratch
$3950 obo 813-874-1095
TOYOTA 1995 Camry LE,
120K mi, looks & runs
great, ice cold AC, new
tires, aito. Must sell!
$4256 obo 813-385-7429
TOYOTA 1999 CAMRY LE,
Leather, 2 tone paint,
spoiler alloys, new tires
& brakes, 45K miles,
8$9995.3-610-2415
TOYOTA 2000 MR2
SPYDER, Silver, 70K,
new tires, thr, 5-spd,
CD. $10,900 obo.
813-293-8334
TOYOTA 2002 CAMRY.
Exc cond, well main
35k, 4dr, A/C. CD, all
pwr new tires $1250.
A$i, 81384117-1133
TOYOTA 2003.MR2 Spider
Conv't. 6 spd, green, tan
top, 2800 mi. Must see!
Must sell! $22,900.
813-920-7181
VOLVO 1993 960, 6 cyl,
65K mi., Black/Black
full power, A/C, CD
changer, exc. in & out.
$3,850.314-283-2074
VOLVO 1998 S70, red, T-9
turbo, 56K Ithr. moon rf
rear spol er $10s500
obo. 727-856-8298 or
330-819-2309
VOLVO 1999 S70 SEDAN,
White, Tan leather, A/C,
all power, tilt/cruise
AM/FM. ABS, 108K mi.
$7,800.813-975-2820
VW 1974 BEETLE little
rust, good engine, many
new parts must see
asking $2,060:00 or best
offer call (813)215-1514
VW 1979 Beetle Convert.
Blue with white top,
rusted, partly restored.
$4,500.813-633-2905.

VW 1979 Super Beetle
Grey Convertible,
Excellent Condition
$7500 obo. 813-915-8035
VW 1997 JETTA GLS,
black, auto sun, alloy
whls CD 72kmi.,$4900.
Call lon 813-732-4225

VW 1998 JETTA TDI, 52K
mi, blk, blk Ithr, sunrf,
CD chgnr, other extras,
garaged. $8400 OB0
813-215-7866
VW 2002 GOLF- 18,300 mi,
Blue, 5 Spd, AC, PS PD
Tilt, 6 Disk CD, A-Bags:
ABS, Alloy Whs, fact.
warr for WR/50K. Exc
Cond. $10800. Pis iv
msg. 813-20-7546
VW 2002 PASSAT GL
Gray Ithr, sunrf, CD, silvr
41K mi, clean cassette
Garaged, $14,995 firm
813.64.2552;wk 831.8213
VW 2003 JETTA GLI, 35K
miles, V6, 6spd, rey
w/grey leather, alloy
w eels, CD, mint condo,
$18,500 813-784-4099
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NOT, FREE TOWING,
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