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turns in a tmarrero@mediageneral.com
dent. As Plant City grows, so too does the
demand for goods and services.
PARE 4 Each year, the Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce honors the
companies that are helping meet the
increased demand with its annual Busi-
nesses of the Year awards.
"We often speak about the present
ity family -and future growth of the city, but we
merry also want to
Despite a "We often remember that it
ship. is the existing
Speak about businesses and
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and future community
grow," said Bob
growth Of the Tanner, executive
vice president of
city, but we Platinum Bank,
also want to who acted as
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remember nies at the cham-
that the ber's 12th annual
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aha existing busi attheRamada Inn
nesses and Plantation House.
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organizations expanded, bring-
ing more employ-
that have ment to the area,
helped our while others have
reshaped and
BUSINESS community modeled their
businesses for
PA B grow. future growth."
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CALENDAR Platinum Bank, framing to insur-
PA I executive vice president ance policies,
from the more
CLASSIFIED recently opened to those established
decades ago, here are five businesses
HE 21 that have made their mark and grown
.............. with Plant City.


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NA 10 Small Business Award: Baird's
Custom Framing
FAMILY UVING How do you frame a hubcap? A golf
MU club? What about a baseball mitt?
Lou Baird has done all three, and
countless other original framing proj-


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IN HEMRBUNE
Here' a preview of
what you'll find in
The Tampa Tribune's
Plant City section
Saturday:
[ Twas the week
before Christmas
and all through the
land, charities are
still looking for a
helping hand Check
out their last-min-
ute wish list.


See BUSINESS, Page 12


GOVERNMENT



City Officials To Consider Road, Library Impact Fees


PART OF CITY
MANAGER'S REPORT
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@medlageneral.com
The city commission voted
unanimously this week to explore
raising impact fees on transpor-
tation and creating another fee to
help fund expansion to Bruton
Memorial Library.
City Manager David Sollen-
berger, speaking before the city
commission Dec. 13, said the
growth projected in Plant City in
the near future warrants a study


to determine the best way to pay
for road construction and repairs
and a planned library expansion
that will create a second library
building in the city.
Impact fees, charged to build-
ers, contractors and owners of
expanding commercial and
industrial businesses, are tradi-
tionally imposed to help pay for
infrastructure costs associated
with new construction.
The city recently imposed
increases to impact fees associ-
ated with stormwater and waste-
water recovery and treatment.
These increases were in response
to a growth study performed last


'The use of impact fees is one way to get growth
to help pay its way rather than taxing existing
residents and property owners."
DAVID SOLLENBERGER
City manager


year that showed Plant City
would be unable to afford
common city services if the
impact fees were not increased.
"However, roads and library
capital costs remained unad-
dressed," Sollenberger said in his
Dec. 9 report. "The use of impact
fees is one way to get growth to
help pay its way rather than


taxing existing residents and
property owners."
Sollenberger told the commis-
sion that millions of unfunded
transportation needs in the city
have been identified by the pub-
lic works department that could
be paid for by transportation
See CITY, Page 5


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CALENDAR

SATURDAY
Car show
The Plant City Chamber of
Commerce hosts the
Strawberry Classic Car
Show in downtown near
McCall Park on the third
Saturday of every month
from 4 to 9 p.m.
The next show will be Dec.
18.

Unity fundraiser
Unity in the Commu-
nity, a fundraising group
whose mission is to help
feed Plant City's needy,
now offers food during the
Bike Fest and Strawberry
Classic Car Show at the
Plant City Community
Bingo Hall, 105 Arden
Mays Blvd., from 5 to 9
p.m.
The group sells hot dogs,
Polish sausage, chips,
cookies, cakes and pie, and
coffee, soda and water.
The nexi sale wvdl be
during theDeL 8 car
show.
Call: 752-1275.

PLAN AHEAD
Antiques street fair
The Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce
will hold its Antiques
Street Fair Jan. 8 from 11
a.m. to 2 p.m. in McCall
Park.
The fair is offered the
second Saturday of every
month and includes arts
and crafts.

Singles' Night Out
First Baptist Church of
Plant City invites all sin-
gles to its Singles' Night
Out Jan. 8.at 7 p.m. at The
Singles' Building, 103 E.
Baker St.
Meetings, which are
offered the second Satur-
day of every month, con-
sist of a guest speaker, live
Christian music, coffee
bar, door prizes, fellow-
ship and more.
See CALENDAR, Page 14



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Family Will Have Christmas After All


ANONYMOUS DONORS WILL
PROVIDE GIFTS
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Sonja Lopez had already broken the
news to her family: there wouldn't be
much of a Christmas this year.
A string of bad luck has left the family
of nine hardly able to make ends meet,
and Christmas for the seven children
would be impossible.
"It's been rough," Sonja Lopez said.
But then last week, Sonja and her
husband, Mario, received word an ano-
nymous group of Plant City residents that
had heard about their plight would be
donating gifts and Christmas dinner.
Anna Reitz of Plant City is acting as a
liaison between the group and the
'family.
"They have a lot of Christmas cheer
and magic within their own hearts and
they want to share it with this family,"
said Reitz, who heard the family's story
from officials at the United Food Bank,
which has supplied the Lopez' with food
and toiletries. "And I'd say this family
needs some Christmas spirit and cheer."
Sonja said the help couldn't have come
at a better time, as a dreary Christmas
would have been a difficult end to a mis-
erable year.
"I'm just relieved, and thankful," she
said.
The year's 'trials began in March when
8-year-old Kassandra underwent two
nine-hour brain surgeries after an ear
infection spread to her brain. She spent
33 days in All Children's Hospital in St.
Petersburg. She is now recovering nicely.
Then, 5-year-old Jose fell off a lawn
mower he was riding on with his older


PLANT CITY DIGEST

Covered Or Not?
This year's rough hurricane season has
city officials making a property insurance
list and checking it twice.
"Given the potential for catastrophic
loss of property, there was a concern that
some deficiency in our coverage could
leave us with significant unbudgeted
expense," said City Manager David Sol-
lenberger in his report to the city com-
mission this week.
A study has shown that a 2002 appraisal
of the city's property did not list every


TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
Sonja Lopez envisioned a dreary Christ-
mas for her family before receiving word
that a group of anonymous donors will
provide gifts and dinner for the family of
nine, including her daughter Gabby, who
she's holding above, son Ricky, 5, Erica, 9,
and Kassandra, 7. Not shown are husband
Mario, son Mario, 15, son Jose, 13, and
daughter Alicia, 11.

brother. The mower ran over his right leg,
leaving severe lacerations that went down
to the bone, severing his Achilles tendon.
"I looked at it and fainted," Sonja said.
Doctors took a tendon from the boy's
foot to rebuild the tendon, which has
since died; meaning the operation will
have to be redone.


structure and some miscellaneous items.
Each city department is currently creat-
ing a catalogue of all its property, includ-
ing. its location, features and value.
Changes will be provided to the city's
insurance carrier on an ongoing basis;
the assessment is expected to be com-
pleted by February.

On Cooper Pond
After years of planning, the city will
break ground on the Samuel W. Cooper
Lake project Dec. 17 at 10 a.m.


"They (anonymous donors)
have a lot of Christmas cheer
and magic within their own
hearts and they want to share
it with this family,"
ANNA REITZ
Plant City resident

Last week, 2-year-old Gabby was
admitted to South Florida Baptist
Hospital with pneumonia. She was
released Dec. 12 and is doing well.
The family does have Medicaid, which
covered the children's medical bills. But
Mario works at the farmer's market in
Plant City, and the hurricane season that
nearly decimated the fall vegetable crop
has caused his wages to shrink because
there is no produce to move. Sonja had to
take off numerous days from her job at
Strawberry Hill Laundromat.
The family now faces foreclosure on
their Cork mobile home. They go to court
Dec. 21 to find out when they will have to
move.
The children were asked to create a
Christmas wish list to help the anony-
mous donors. Nearly all seven put Jose
the top of the list, wishing that he would
get better.
"I guess I have pretty good kids," Sonja
Lopez said.
"No words can thank them enough,"
said Sonja's mother, Charlotte Ashworth,
of the anonymous donors. "I just thank
God for people like them."
Knowing there will be a Christmas after
all is a huge relief, Sonja Lopez said. She is
thankful for the help.
"One day, we'll hopefully be able to do
it for some other family," she said.


Formerly called Jenkins Pond for its
location near Jenkins Street on the city's
east side, the project will include a 10-
acre lake to help alleviate flooding in the
Lincoln Park community. The lake will be
part of a passive park with a walking/
exercise trail, landscaping, benches and
decorative lighting.
Cooper was a longtime Plant City com-
munity volunteer and activist.
The city awarded the $1.67 million
project to Southwest Contracting of
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POLICE BEAT

Shooting suspect sought
Police have identified a sus-
pect in the shooting of a 32-
year-old Plant City man who
was taken to Tampa General
Hospital last week with non-
life threatening injuries, offi-
cials said.
Police are looking for Ant-
wann Mitchell, 21, a former
Plant City resident, as a sus-
pect in the shooting. A warrant
has been issued for his arrest.
The victim and an acquain-
tance were in a parking lot at
115 Prosser St., Dec. 6 about
5:50 p.m. when the suspect
drove up in a light-colored
SUV-type vehicle and fired
three or four shots at the
victim with a handgun. One
bullet struck the victim in the
right leg, above the knee,
police said. Witnesses to the
shooting said the suspect then
fled west on Prosser Street.
During the follow-up inves-
tigation officers identified
Mitchell as the suspect in the
shooting.
Any information on the
shooting or about Mitchell
should be forwarded to Sgt.
Jim Shultz of the Plant City
Police Department at 757-
9200.

House burglary
A Winter Haven man and
two Lakeland juveniles were
arrested in connection to a
recent Plant City residential
burglary.
The suspects were seen
leaving the home, and were
chased by police prior to their
arrest.


Ronald Lee Post, of 1151
Fifth St. S.W., Winter Haven, is
being held at the Hillsborough
County Orient Road Jail
awaiting additional charges
from the Polk County Sheriffs
Office.
Post, along with 17-year-
olds Ryan F. Mumford, of 1210
N. Chestnut Road, and George
Pineda, of 1230 Chestnut
Road, both of Lakeland, were
caught leaving a home in the
1000 block of North Warnell
St. on Dec. 7. Police arrest the
three within two blocks of the
burglarized home, said Plant
City Police spokesman Sgt.
Jim Shultz.
The juveniles were turned
over to officials from the Hills-
borough County Juvenile
Center.
Post is also charged with
giving a false name to the
police, possession of mari-
juana and possession of drug
paraphernalia, Hillsborough
County Sheriffs Office offi-
cials said.

Purse snatching
Two suspects are being
sought after a strong-arm rob-
bery involving a Dec. 4 purse-
snatching at a Plant City
convenience store.
A woman who just made a
purchase at the convenient
store at South Park Road and
East Alsobrook Street at 2:45
p.m., said she was approached
by two black males who con-
fronted her and grabbed her
purse. After a brief struggle,
the strap on the purse broke,
the victim said, and the men
ran behind the store. The
victim notified the police of
the robbery the next day.


GEORGE NEWMAN/Statt photo
A Plant City Police cruiser and this 1993 Ford van were involved in a crash that sent both drivers to
the hospital Dec. 12. Two other cars were also involved.


Police Cruiser Involved In 4-Car Crash


2 PEOPLE HOSPITALIZED
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
A Plant City police officer
responding to a traffic acci-
dent with lights and siren was
unable to avoid a car that
pulled out of a parking lot
driveway, resulting in a crash
that caused both vehicles to
overturn, hospitalizing both
drivers.


Officer Tony Gamez was
responding to an accident call
at 4:50 p.m. on Dec. 12. Gamez
was driving eastbound in the
4300 block of State Road 574,
when a van driven by Ruben
Arias-Nunez, 26, of 9406 Gran-
field St., Apt. A, pulled out of a
parking lot into the path of the
patrol car, a police report
said.
An eyewitness account said
the van, a 1993 Ford, was turn-


ing onto State Road 574 from
the south side of the road, pre-
paring to cross the east bound
lane and travel west. The
police cruiser, traveling about
60 mph, veered into the west
bound lane as the vehicles col-
lided, causing the police
cruiser, a 2004 Ford, and the
van to overturn and slide
about 100 feet from the impact
point, police said.
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Food And Family

Sheri Ray's new book blends family history,
yarns- and recipes to create a unique look at
her East Hillsborough clan.


By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@medlageneral.com
Come on over to Tanner Road and
sit a spell.
That's the invitation Sheri Ray and
her family extend, and while they'd
love to have you in person, Ray's new
book brings readers, history buffs and
cooks alike to the old Tanner home-
stead in its pages.
"I really do believe the Lord's hand
is in this because this is far from what
I wanted to write," Ray said. "I would
wake up at two, three in the morning
with all these things in my mind pas-
sages, scriptures, other thoughts- and
I would get up and write it."
Ray, 39, self-published "Seeds of
Love: Tasty Tanner Traditions" after
more than a year of work. The book
arrived from the printer earlier this
month, just in time for the holidays. It
retails for $30, plus tax.
The work has a cookbook founda-
tion but also compiles stories, photos
and scripture excerpts meant to tell
the story of the Tanner clan, one of
the original pioneer families who set-
tiled in the Six Mile Creek area in what
is now Mango.
"Tannerville," as the family calls the
80-acre homestead, is located on
Tanner Road, just south of State Road
574, and six generations of the family
have lived there since it was settled by
J.W. Tanner, Sr. in the 1800s. It has
since shrunk to 40 acres.
Ray, who lives with her family off
Fritzke Road in Plant City, grew up on


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Sheri Ray and her grandfather, Luther
Tanner, stand in front of the Tanner
homestead's cookhouse. The building,
built in the late 1800s, once stood
near the main house and is where
many of the family recipes in Ray's
new book were created.

Tanner Road in the close-knit family
full of strong female figures. Ray had
originally intended to write a love
story based on her grandparents,
Luther and Rosalee, who were mar-
ried 62 years before Rosalee died last
year.
But Ray, who has won grand
champion honors at the Strawberry
Festival for her canning skills, said it
was divine guidance led her in a dif-
ferent direction, interweaving family
recipes and anecdotes to tell the
Tanner story. She has fond memories
of life on the farm, where all the fami-
lies lived within shouting distance of


each other. They worked, played,
worshiped and, of course, ate
together.
Among the 10 chapter headings are
"Farmer Tanner's Vegetable Garden,"
which includes the family's favorite
side dishes, "Fish Stories Told Here,"
and "Grandma's Grand Goodies," fea-
turing the best of the Tanner cakes,
cookies and other treats.
There also are chapters on canning,
holiday and party ideas and the Tan-
ners main dishes that live up to the
chapter heading, "Sunday Best:"
Ray interviewed family members,
asking them to share stories and
memories. Though a quiet man, her
grandfather was an important source
once he warmed up to the idea.
Luther Tanner said he thought his
granddaughter's book turned out
great and celebrates what can happen
when a family stays in one location
for generations.
"Some people don't do that. If you
stay where you're at, you accumulate
more stuff," he said, smiling.
The book is the culmination of a life
change for Ray, a former salon owner
and Mary Kay representative who
"once measured success by what I
had."
"I realized real quick that the things
that really mattered was our family,
our roots, where we came from and
where we're going," she said.
Ray sold the salon, quit Mary Kay
and she and her husband, Robert,
bought a blueberry farm. The couple
have three children, Kimberly, 18,
Jarrod, 16, and Yancey, 10. She put
together the book on her computer in
their home, surrounded by their
crop.
"This has been a spiritual awaking
for me, out here among the blueber-
ries," Ray said.
To find out more about the book,
call Sheri Ray, 986-4964 or 626-3797,
or visit www.sheriray.com.


DECEMBER 16, 2004 + THE COURIER 5

CITY
Continued From Page 1
impact fees. Presently the city charges
about $104 for the construction of a
three-bedroom, 2,000-square-foot
home for transportation impact fees.
In the county that fee is $1,575, city
documents show. Sollenberger's pro-
posal calls for the city fee to be
increased to $1,051.
A study earlier this year showed the
library will need to be expanded by
10,000 square feet to keep pace with
growth, Sollenberger said. It would
likely mean a separate building from
the current facility on McLendon
Street. The study estimated cost to
range from $2.3 million to $2.7 mil-
lion.
With the increased costs of materi-
als such as steel and lumber, that cost
could be higher, Sollenberger said.
There are no library impact fees in
Hillsborough County or in its munici-
palities, but Sollenberger said the fee
could be an acceptable way to finance
the expected library expansion.
"I suggest moving forward on two
fronts," Sollenberger told the com-
mission. "First, commencing a dia-
logue with the community interests
through the chamber of commerce,
and second, engaging a consultant to
study and propose a library impact
fee."
In other action, the commissioners:
Delayed the purchase of eight
lawn mowers for use by the parks
department without putting the pur-
chase out for bids, until a clarification
regarding equitable pricing is
determined.
Approved a resolution for sup-
porting legislative priorities and par-
ticipation in the county Legislative
Delegation Roundtable now sched-
uled for Jan. 19.


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A Message For Patients of

Mohammad K. Hakeem, M.D.


I have recently decided that after more than 30 years of practice; it is now
time for me to retire.

For the next 6 weeks, starting December 2,2004, you will be able
to pick up your records at my office located at
1601 W. Reynolds St., Suite 201, Plant City Florida. To Request a
copy of your records you will need to call 757-8478 and give 24 hours
advance notice. After you call to request your records you may pick up
your medical'records from my office on Mondays and Tuesdays from 10:00
am to 2:00 pm, until Wednesday, January 29, 2004. After this date your
medical records will be transferred to the custody of Dr. Steven Butler
located at 1602 W. Timberlane Drive, Plant City, FL, 33566.


I have merged my practice with Dr.'s Stephen Butler, Jill Roehr and Greg Nedurian, if you would like
to use this practice please call them at 813-754-9890. Dr. Butler's group will also be taking emergencies
for me. You may also choose a physician of your choice.


It has been my pleasure to be involved with
your medical care through the years and
I wish you all the best in the future.

Sincerely,




1602 W. rl .nDr,, PlatCy


Stephen Butler, M.D.


Jill Roehr M.D.
!ill Roehr, M.D.


Greg Nedurian, M.D.


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OPINION


I'm A Real Conservative,


Not A'Limousine Liberal'


I 've always been
competitive but never
ambitious, but were I
ambitious, I would feel that I
had at last arrived.
Some letter writer, basking
in the reflected glory of
George Bush's re-election,
included me in a list of what
he called "limousine liberals."
He couldn't be more wrong.
I am a blue-collar working
guy. Some journalists have
pretensions of being profes-
sionals, but we are really just
a bunch of Joe Lunch Buckets
working in an information
factory. And I am not a liberal.
His mistake was in his
apparent definition of
"conservative," which he
seems to think is somebody
who is in favor of foreign wars
and against gay marriage and
abortion. That is a definition
of conservative straight out of
the "How to Dupe the Dumb
Masses" manual professional
campaign managers like Karl
Rove use.
So, let me explain what a
conservative is. A conservative
believes that not only should
the Supreme Court strictly
construe the Constitution, but
so should the president, the
House, the Senate, governors,
mayors and everybody else. A
conservative does not
approve of wars, except in
defense of the land and the
people, and only upon a


CHARLEY
REESE
Columnist

declaration of war by both
houses of Congress. A war to
liberate somebody else from a
nasty government is uncon-
stitutional, illegal and
immoral.
To strictly construe the
Constitution is to recognize
that it is not a "living docu-
ment" to be amended by
interpretation, but rather is a
contract between the states
and the federal government.
To be properly construed, it
must be read in the context of
the times in which it was
written and adopted.
A conservative is against
foreign aid. Nowhere in the
Constitution is Congress
authorized to tax the Ameri-
can people and then hand
their money to a foreign
See REESE, Page 7


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experienced a rebirth in recent years and, in turn,
is credited with bringing revitalization to Plant
City's downtown district and to the
Plant City business community.
On Thursday, Jan. 27, we
will publish a Greater
Plant City Chamber of
Commerce special section ..
in the Plant City Courier.
We'll take a look at the il l
people, programs and --
events that helped t ,
make this happen.
Your message
will reach 11,143*
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2,000 copies of this
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its businesses throughout the
year, giving your business
exposure far beyond the
publication date. .


An Instant Christmas And


A Freeze-dried New Year


A friend asked what I
enjoy the most about
Christmas. I immedi-
ately answered, "The prepar-
ation."
When my wife, Rebekah,
unwraps the gift I've been
planning for months the
moment will certainly be
magical. The Christmas Eve
candlelight service at church
is undeniably beautiful. But
for me the deepest meaning is
always revealed in the
journey.
The weeks leading up to
Christmas are like a large friend to
cauldron where the season shopping
simmers in graduated "Fifte(
anticipation. Each experience same We
becomes an ingredient that "Three c
adds to the flavor, especially and a cre
when prepared by hand and and out.
stirred in with love. max and
Consequently, I fail to Great,
understand why so many lations.
people find such satisfaction compress
in shortcuts that simply dilute week wh
the experience or worse then Eas
eliminate some of the magic afternoc
altogether, minimize
"We yanked the tree out the com
and plugged it right into the your non
wall," I heard a man anno- Every
unce. "It took three minutes, our tree
pre-lit with colored lights and bumble
a bunch of ornaments. None children
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HONOR ROLL

The following students
made the principal's honor
roll for the first nine-week
grading period at the listed
schools:

Tomlin Middle School
Grade 6
James Baker, Alyssa Blount, LeeMarie
Bocanegra, Megan Bradshaw, Alisha
Brown, Nicholas Bryce, Thomesha
Burton, Brandon Calvo, Destinie Candis,


Rachel Carter, Jennifer Chen, Analise
Coffee, Leslie Cole, Kimberly Cunning-
ham, Bradley Dees, Lindsey Edwards,
Shakidris Fisher, Halle Garcia, Allison
Goodrich, Adam Gordon, Jared Guyer,
Chelsea Hanks, Pierce Harrell, James
Hulbert, Jordan Keys, Stephanie Kovacs,
Amanda Lassiter, Leeza Linares, Tiffany
Lovelace, Jacob Manfre, Magda Melen-
dez, Brittany Moll, Lauren Morris, Hiteshi
Patel, Michelle Poston, Haleigh Reavill,
Gisele Robello, Isreal Santana, Lauren


Schelb, Jonathan Scott, Christopher
Segale, Fatin Shalabi, Whitney Shields,
Ali Siddiqui, Marcus Svensson, Ryne
Thomas, Alura Toole, Ivan Torres, Shelby
Vanhorn-Davidson, Kathlyn Vu, Brian
Warren, Brittany Weathersbee, Eryka
Williams, Melissa Wingate and Michelle
Wingate.
Grade 7
Marissa Aloyo, Zachary Batley, Brook-
lyn Beauchamp, Terri Causey, Christo-
See HONOR, Page 15


REESE
Continued From Page 6


government as either a gift or
a loan. Nowhere in the
Constitution is the federal
government authorized to
provide welfare, health care,
housing or education.
Nowhere in the Constitution
does it mention abortion or
gay marriage. Nowhere in the
Constitution is the federal
government authorized to
subsidize either individuals or
corporations.
Philosophical and moral
issues are to be decided by
the legislatures of the states,
not by federal courts or even
by Congress, whose duties
and powers are strictly limited
by the Constitution. Whether
homosexuals should be
allowed to marry or form civil
unions and whether abortion
should be legal or illegal are
both questions to be decided
by the state legislatures. No


state or federal judge should
have a say in the matter, and
Congress likewise has no
authority to intervene one
way or the other.
A conservative Christian
believes that his own soul is
not imperiled if other people
down the street decide to do
some sinning. A conservative
Christian recognizes that he is
commanded to feed the
hungry, clothe the naked and
comfort the sick and dying.
A conservative believes in
the real, traditional values of
this country: courage, hard
work, self-reliance, frugality,
chastity before marriage,
faithfulness after marriage,
loyalty to family and loyalty to
the Constitution. Loyalty to a
political party or to a politi-
cian is profoundly un-
American.
Now, it should be noted


that the republic handed to us
by our Founding Fathers died
with the Confederate States of
America.
That's what that war was
about. Since then, we have
had a centralized national
government ever increasing
its powers, and an imperialis-
tic foreign policy.
As for traditional values,
they are little observed.
America is a decadent
country, especially its cultural
elite. One would have to be
deaf, blind and living in a
monastery not to recognize
this.
So there. I am not a limou-
sine liberal. I am a homeless
conservative living in an
empire.
Write to Charley Reese at
P.O. Box 2446, Orlando, FL
32802.


So why drag a large dead piece

of wood or plastic into the

living room if we are more

concerned with getting back to

the game or watching the show?

MAUL
Continued From Page 6


we found in Appalachia the
week we discovered we were
expecting our first child, the
disfigured doll Rebekah
brought back from Haiti that
reminds us the Christ Child
came for everyone.
We can't assemble our
Christmas at Maul Hall
without engaging memories,
tears, laughter, joy and deep
penetrating meaning. We
wouldn't hang lights from our
rooftop if we weren't
prepared to consider the
message we intend to illumi-
nate. We don't put a wreath
on our door or a manger
scene on the table without
retelling the ancient story of
hope and of joy.
So why drag a large dead
piece of wood or plastic into
the living room if we are more
concerned with getting back
to the game or watching the
show? Why bother buying
gifts if we are not prepared to
invest time and love in the
process? Why shortchange
ourselves when we could
enjoy a Christmas that might


change our lives?
Maybe that's it after all.
Maybe too many of us are
afraid. Maybe we don't want
to go any further below the
surface than the cliff notes
version of Christmas.
That's why the wild-man
prophet John the Baptist
came along just ahead of
Jesus. He knew we needed
some help if we were ever
going to get the real message.
"The rising sun will come to
us from heaven," John's
father said, "to shine on those
living in darkness and in the
shadow of death, to guide our
feet into the path of peace."
Luke 1:78-79
The path of peace can
never be instant freeze-dried
anything. The path of peace is
a real journey. The path of
peace goes directly through
Bethlehem.
Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can view
his work at derekmaul.com
or reach him at maulhal-
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FAMILY


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BETTY'S PLACE


Photo courtesy the Brewers
Hal Brewer and his wife, Lynn, take a break from mission work during their trip to Guatamala.



Hall Of Fame Ranger


Yes, it's true. I had to go all
the way to Everglades City to
hear news about Coleman
and Sue Davis' family.
The news is about their
son-in-law, Mike Storter.
Actually, it's about Mike's
dad, Gavin, who happens to
be my mother's first cousin. I
heard Gavin was inducted
into the Army Rangers Hall of
Fame in July. A retired Army
Ranger, Maj. Storter did three
tours of duty in Vietnam.
As an adviser to a battalion
of South Vietnamese troops
near Da Nang, he ran toward
hostile gunfire, rescued a
wounded American adviser,
carried him a quarter-mile
through a rice paddy, and
received a Silver Star for
heroism.
On his second tour he led a
group of U.S. Special Forces


Columnist


soldiers near the border
between North Vietnam and
Laos, and after a 30-minute
battle, fired a 60 mm mortar
100 yards for a direct hit on
the enemy.
On his third tour, the Paris
Peace Talks were in progress


Gavin Storter, then and now.
Storter was inducted into the
Army Ranger Hall of Fame.
and military intelligence was
much sought after. The Army
dropped Rangers from a C-
130 during the night. Three
other groups had been shot or
killed attempting to para-
chute into enemy territory.
Storter gathered intelligence
for about five days, so valu-
See BRIGGS, Page 15


COMMUNITY ROUNDUP


Candlelight home tour PCHS Ce
The East Hillsborough Historical Society and in the aft(
the Quintilla Geer Bruton Archives Center will office.
hold the 2004 Candlelight Tour on Dec. 18 from All pro
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. support
The tour begins at the 1914 Plant City High Quintilla
School Community Center, 605 N. Collins St., genealogy
where programs and maps will be distributed Hillsboro
at 5:30 p.m.
Walking tour only is $15 per person; walking Dea
tour with dessert and coffee is $20 per person; The Jr
walking tour with dinner, dessert and coffee is seeks con
$30 per person. Dinner and dessert to be served Plant City
at the The Cornerstone Center, 315 N. Collins Girls ai
St. the pages
Here's a rundown of the tour sites: Dr. Marti
1914 Plant City High School: Pioneer The ai
Museum and Archives Center. obtain a
The Faith home, 711 N. Evers St. 707-8490
The Shuff home, 711 N. Collins St. 4654. App
The Ford home, 805 N. Wheeler St. West Sid
The Cornerstone Center (1923 First Baptist Waller St.
Church), 315 N. Collins St. ,
For reservations, call the EHHS office, 757-
9226; Shelby Bender, 754-3577 or e-mail sben- Florida
derpc@aol.com; 754-7031 or e-mail to benef
qcenter@tampabay.rr.com. through I
Reservations for tickets that include dessert Donati
and coffee and/or dinner must be made and City office
paid by Dec. 16.
Also, luminary kits will be on sale at the 1914
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nter. Pickup dates will be Dec. 13-17,
ernoons at the center or in the archives
oceeds from the Candlelight Tour
the operation and expansion of the
Geer Bruton Archives Center, the
y and family history library of the East
)ugh Historical Society.

line nears for Jr. Miss Plant City
. Elite Women's Club of Plant City
intestants for its 21st annual Jr. Miss
y pageant.
ges 10 to 12 may apply to participate in
ant slated for Feb. 5 at 7:30 p.m. at the
n Luther King Recreation Center.
application deadline is Dec. 20. To
n application, call Sharon Moody at
or 453-7134, or Essie Jenkins at 754-
)lications may also be picked up at the
e Plant City Boys & Girls Club, 901


Food drive
a Blood Services is holding a food drive
it Plant City's United Food Bank
Dec. 20.
ons may be brought to the FBS Plant
e, 1902 James L. Redman Parkway.


See ROUNDUP, Page 11


u.
Jennifer O'Steen and
Shawn Steed


ENGAGEMENTS

Braddock-Moore
The Rev. Daniel and Francis
Braddock of Plant City anno-
unce the engagement of their
daughter, Kimberly Diane
Braddock, to John Matthew
Moore Sr. of Lakeland. He is
the son of Gloria White of
Lakeland.
The bride-elect is a pediat-
ric speech-language patholo-
gist for All Children's Specialty
Care of Lakeland.
The prospective groom is
owner/artist of Johnny
Knuckles AirBrush & More in
Lakeland.
A Jan. 1 wedding is planned
at 6 p.m. at First Assembly of
God in Plant City.


BIRTHS


Brandon Regional Hospital
The following births were
reported at Brandon Regional
Hospital:
Nov. 10
A daughter, Jayda Renee
Reece, to Brooke Wheeldon-
Reece and Will Reece of Bran-
don.
Nov. 17
A son, Jaden Tobias Baker,
to Taylor and Jeff Baker of
Plant City.
Nov. 19
A son, Ethan Patrick Ilutler,
to Cara B. and William R.
Butler of Plant City.
A daughter, Madison Karen
Norris, to Nicole Norris of
Plant City.


Nov. 20
A daughter, Summer Leig-
hanne Walker, to April and
Allen D. Walker Jr. of Plant
City.
A son, Michael Thomas
Mowery, to Kristi and Michael
Mowery of Plant City.
Nov. 21
A daughter, Elizabeth Hope
Zavala, to Annie Phillips and
Jose Zavala of Plant City.
A daughter, Summer Cor-
delia Moon, to Nancy Walker-
Moon and Albert Moon of
Plant City.
Nov. 22
A daughter, Zaria Yaneh
Coleman, to Stephanie Saint-
Vil and Gregory J. Coleman of
Plant City.


CLUB NOTES


UDC
The Plant City Chapter No.
1931 of the United Daughters
of the Confederacy will meet
Dec. 18 from 11 a.m. to 1:30
p.m. at BuddyFreddys Restau-
rant, 1101 Goldfinch Drive.
The club will hold its annual
Christmas party and orna-
ment exchange.
Call: 752-0243.

Class of '65
The Plant City High School
Class of 1965 will hold its 40th
reunion June 10-11, 2005.
Classmates are asked to call
Peggy Gibbs with their current
address and phone numbers.
Also, those with information
on other classmates or who


wish to find out more about
the event can may call Gibbs
at 754-1092.

Hibiscus Circle
The Hibiscus Circle of Plant
City Garden Club plan a
progressive dinner and Christ-
mas ornament exchange Dec.
20. Call: Lisa Strange, 717-
9492.

Plant City Class of'58
The Plant City High Class of
1958 meets for breakfast the
fourth Tuesday of the month
at 8:30 a.m. at Fred's Farmers
Market Restaurant, 1401
Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Call: 659-0421.
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John Moore Sr. and
Kimberly Braddock

O'Steen-Steed
Leon and Barbara O'Steen
of Dover announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Jennifer Robin O'Steen, to
Shawn Thomas Steed of Plant
City. He is the son of Andrew
Steed of Hudson and Mary
Steed of Lake Suzy.
The bride-elect is a 1994
graduate of Plant City High
School, and received her doc-
torate's in audiology in 2003
from the University of South
Florida.
The prospective groom is a
1991 graduate of Buchholz
High School in Gainesville,
and received a master's in
horticultural science in 1998
from the University of Flor-
ida.
A summer 2005 wedding is
planned at St. Stephen's
Church in Bloomingdale.






DECEMBER 16, 2004 THE COURIER 9


RELIGION


OFFERINGS


DEATHS


Lord of Life events
Lord of Life Lutheran
Church, 2104 Mud Lake Road,
plans the following events in
December:
Sunday worship schedule:
contemporary worship
service, 8:30 a.m.; Christian
Education class, 9:30 a.m.;
traditional worship service,
10:30 a.m. On Dec. 26, there
will only one service, at 9:30
a.m.
Christmas Eve services:
family service, 5 p.m. The chil-
dren in the congregation will
present a play as part of this
very special Christmas Eve
worship service; candlelight
service, 11 p.m.
New Year's Eve gathering,
Dec. 31 at 6 p.m. There will be
a lasagna dinner, followed by
games and other activities.
You are invited to bring your
favorite board game, dominos,
cards and more to share with
the group. Please bring a
sleeping bag for each child
and all children must be
accompanied by an adult to
attend this gathering.
Call: 752-6064.

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 ofi
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.


Bacon
Ollie V. Bacon, 93, of Lakeland died
Nov. 30.
She was born in Newton, Ala., and was
a longtime resident of Plant City.
She was a homemaker and attended
Shiloh Baptist Church of Plant City.
She is survived by four sons, David
Beasley of Tampa, Buddy Shuman of
Lake Wales, Ernest Cowart of Winder,
Ga., and Dennis Beasley of Lithia Pine-
crest; four daughters, Cindy Lockwood
and Vickie Barabas, both of Lakeland,
Virginia Lofton of Vider, Texas, and
Doris Weaver of California; five sisters,
Ida Mae Bacon, Dora White of Fort
Meade, Dolly Arnold of Kenneth City,
Daisy Robinette of Tennessee and Judy
Goss of Tampa; 16 grandchildren; and
several great-grandchildren.
McLean Funeral Home, Fort Meade.

Bailey
Connie M. Bailey, 70, of Plant City
died Dec. 4.
She was a homemaker who moved her
from Union City as a child.
She attended Grace United Methodist
Church of Plant City.
She is survived by two sons, Jeffrey
and Trenton, both of Plant City; a
daughter, Lori A. Griffin of Okeechobee;
.five sisters, Elena B. Veltheim of Plant
City, Juanita McAlpin and Bea Norman,
both of Lake City, Sarah F. Sankey of
Brandon and Mattie L. Jordan of Lake-
land; seven grandchildren; and four
great-grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Brock
Christine Brock, 82, of Plant City died
Nov. 28.
She was born in Climax, Ga., and came
here from Georgia in 1935.
She was a sales clerk.
She is survived by three brothers, Joe,
Evans and Jerry, all of Plant City; and five
sisters, Lucille Faircloth, Evelyn Wethe-
rington and Edna Carlo, all of Plant City,
Emily Gore of Valrico and Ila Mae.
Phillips of Calhoun, Ga.
Haught Funeral Home.


Hall Booker
Michelle E. Hall Booker, 17, of Plant
City died Dec. 1.
She was bom in Plant City and was a
lifelong resident.
She was a student and a member of
the Plant City Church of God.
She is survived by her parents, Michael
and Bonnie Booker of Plant City; two
brothers, Justin and Dillon Booker, both
of Plant City; paternal grandparents
Janice and Edward Falcon of Zephyrhills;
maternal grandmother Betty Nichols of
Inverness; and many aunts, uncles and
cousins.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Carmack
Lloyd C. Carmack, 82, of Mulberry
died Dec. 3.
He was bom in Little Rock, Ark., and
was a lifelong resident of the Mulberry
area.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran and a
member of Springhead Church of
Christ.
He is survived by three sons, Robert,
Mitchell and Marty, all of Mulberry; four
brothers; six sisters; 13 grandchildren;
and several great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Dearhart
Aubrey Dearhart Jr., 84, of Plant City
died Dec. 5.
He was bom in Richmond, Va., and
was a longtime resident of Plant City and
a U.S. Army veteran of World War II.
He was a steamboiler and refrigerator
operator for Kraft Foods.
He is survived by three sons, Allen and
Anthony, both of Plant City, and Felton
Young of Lake Forest, Calif.; four daugh-
ters, Fronda.Balestreri, Janice Blanchard,
Donna Cole and Brenda Hutchinson, all
of Plant City; 18 grandchildren; and 25
great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Good
Elsie L. Good, 86, of Valrico died Dec.
1.
She was born in Stambaugh, Mich.,


and came here from Las Vegas in 1991.
She was a medical assistant and
attended Nativity Catholic Church.
She is survived by her husband, W.
Robert; a brother, George Ramponi of St.
Francis, Wis., and two sisters, Elvira
Kaczmarek of Franklin, Wis., and Alda
Roventini of Greendale, Wis.
Wells memorial Funeral Home.

Guderian
Arretta P. Guderian, 67, of Lakeland.
died Dec. 4.
She was a homemaker and a Baptist.
She is survived by two sons, Richard
Brock and Keith Bay, both of Lakeland; a
niece, Debbie Jennison of Chicago; three
grandchildren; and four great-grand-
children.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Jorgensen
Edgar H. Jorgensen, 86, of Lakeland
died Dec. 8.
He was born in Chicago and was a
longtime resident of this area. He served
in the U.S. Army during World War II
He was a truck driver.
He is survived by his wife, Mildred;
four sons, Edward R. of Miami, Donald
E. of St. Paul, Minn., Ricky J. of Mulberry
and Robert C. of Valrico; a brother,
Chester of Naperville, Ill.; and eight
grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Messick
Huey B. Messick, 65, of Lakeland died
Dec. 6.
He was born in Opp, Ala., and was a
longtime resident of Lakeland.
He retired from Tampa Electric Co.
after 26 years.
He is survived by his wife, Patricia; a
daughter, Judy Faircloth of Lakeland; his
mother, Pearl Messick of Plant City; a
stepson, Tony Proctor of Plant City; two
stepdaughters, Sheryl Stanaland of
Lakeland and Lisa Cooper of Plant City;
four sisters, Bonnie Carroll and Mattie
Taylor, both of Plant City, and Gensie
Sasser and Della Bowman, both of Ala-
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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Doter. Doter Rd 6 Douaing St, 659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPALM
llen (hapel. 1109 E. Laura St, 752.-'389
ti; '. Mount Oitr: 1113 V. Madison St
Mount Olite: Horton Rd. 3"-2628
APOSTOLIC
4samblea .postaolca. 1501 Colson Rd,
"37-3196
.postolc Church of Jesus Crist
1212 W.Res olds. old4"51O30
.- ASSEMBLY OF GOO
S. Abundant Life. Pina st Rt Ula,
6854--12
Betlhanv. 9804 HamY Ret Thonotosassa,
986-5""l
Calanrh fellouship:
1110I. Gordon St. "52-5005
Dover Hirst: S 5"1 Pettle Rd 689-03U
S aith Temple. 1-4 at Hillsborough-Polk
County line. "52-0532
Faith lghthouse:3409 SR 39 "52-1885
First Plant Cit. Charlie Griffin Rde
WofSR39 ".52-3351
fort .lafla. Comer of South Hitr: 39
& Sulle Rd, "3"-4656
Ke'ystle: SR 640. "3"-348
Mount itm: I--i at honotosassa RAt
'52-1611
Pleasant 6rot: lthke i(reek Rd. 3" 3529
I I-torv Wforship Center:
Counh line Rd. "5.6089
Sidne: hSdne- Rd. ,70 ml. E of
dney-Doier Rd. 659 0532
arker, Creek: turkey (reek Rd. "5+-53"2
BAPTIST
.tlha Furkey (reek Rd
,v. of SR 60. "--3"739
.ugaft Baptist:
222 .1afia Curch Rd 63-h8i-45
.Intloch: Horton Rd. "3"-S3210
Biera. SR39 "J"-11232
Bethamn. Cork Rd. "52-9209
Bethel. 804 I. Renfro it. 51-2239
Beulab. Allen & (ounty line Rd.
ilbia. -3"-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Ad. "52-25"5
Burch aood lemple.
S fuclid Or & SR 5"1. "52-3"82
" (ahaarn free Will:
3539 i-apnell Rd E
Cedar roew. E. Kensille Rd
"3"-1231
. Central of lithia.
Pinearst Ke svi1le Rd
Church on the Rock:
301E.A.lsobrook, "52-3"'0
Conmnunit, Christian.
1310 Shbnnon .ie. 4'51-5383
C. assmads. R39 5. Pineast.
f 73"- 1211
Dov 0r. EasWslde: Cofntwide Baptist urcb.
; 2820 Gallagber, 5"1-.8200
Doverw first N.Gallagher Rt
,,Ji.659-0203
East*slde.: 13l8 & .lboun S,
"54-2681
Last honolosaM Mclnlosh
Faith Femple Primtilr:
808(. Washington St. "54-6661
First Baptist Churd of Midway: Wdn a Rd
"52- "209
f irst Baptist Oithit.-t Irsection of 5R39
I ithia-Pineerst Rd. "3"-1121
w{ First Plant Citl: 50 IV. Palmer, "52-416-4
first honotosassa Missionanry.
McIntosh R d.986-4"56
HIarmonr Baptist Churrh:
S6008 I Knights Griffin RdP 96 "165
tlopenell. SR39 5. "3"-3053
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. ,SwB December 18, Saturday Posada,
(Journey with Joseph and Mary to
Bethlehem).
Pinata. and Refreshments.
(Bilingual Event)
7-00 pm Gainer at Cronin Hall


December 24.
Friday Christmas Vigil Mass
4.30 pm (English). Family Liturgy vithn
Children's Nativity
7 00 pm (Spanish). Family Liturgy wi:tn
Children's Nativity
11:30 pm Choir Christmas Carols
12:00 Midnight Mass, (Englishj


Knigbt&s Paul Buchdmun tih. '52-4972
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd, 752-2006
Lone Oak Lone Oak Rd, "54-52"8
Mount Moriah hreewill:
Warren &Johnson St, 754-439"
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd. "3'-1490
Mount Olfe: 604 W. Ball St, '54-3834
Near Hope Freewaill Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Doer id., Domer
Near Mt. lion Freeilk-
3041 Daniels Rd. "52-3985
Northside: 100 ,N. Frantklhn St
'52-27'9
OakQ od Airport R, 752-5499
Plant Citv Primitiae:
5098. iatersSt, 54-3261
Pleasant Grnae First:
atrke Creek RIA "3"-2556
Shiloh. V. re mw Dr1, -'51--15
Springhead. S. W Sins Road,
'54-48'9
.t. luke Missiona.ry:
108 $. Warnell St. "51-4992
S. Man,'s Freewill.
Hunter 6 gWaren St. "-5-6853
St. Manr Wissionar:
1801 $.R.60E.. "3'-3668
St. Man s Primitmi e Baptist Church:
90" F. laura St. "5,-1616
Sydnet. 1510 Cre RdA 659-1502
furktn (Creek (Community
Baptist Church: s5H" S urke'
(reek Rd, "3"-1224
lur-key (reek first:
lrapnell Rd' "52-.'890
icton. MVssionan: Mfaki Rd
eitside. 2503 G. Granfleld.r.,
"52 150
1Ihileburst Rd:
901 Whitehurst Rd.
"51-5105
PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
little I union Primith e Baptist
Chunrh. 15510 CR39 Ithla
634-.4"51
CATHOUC
St Clement. 110 ..Illr.eander St. "52.8251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
A. Wilder Rd: 938 N. ilder Rd.
"52-2"'1
Cork. Cork Road, "52-1521
aura 51. 1310F. laura St.
"52-2858
Springhead- Wiggins Rd '54-1485
CHRISTIAN
Dis iples oft Cnnist)
First: 2108 lbonotosassa Rd,
752 5385
CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Chrisan-
,clntoshbRANofSR 5574
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
Newn Grace: 1214 E. laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland Tenn)
Cal ry Community':
5209 Snmith-RaLs Rd
Doer. Downing S31. 659-2900
Plants ith. 2103 Mudlake Rd.
-52-4591
dirte (reek: Turkey Creek Rd
at SR60. "3".-1331
Tbonolosassa. 1"02 laslor Rd, 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
iAndersoni Indianal
Kingsvwa first:
2808 Kinstwi ,v Seffier, 65'-"500
2 ., P,7i j7S .---


Dec. 24th cont.,
San Jose Mission.
located at 3224 San Jose Mission Dr
(Off of 574 Dover)
1 1.00 pm Posada
12.00 Midnignt Mass. (Spanish)
December 25.
Saturday Cnristmas Day Masses
7 00 am (English)
8 30 am (Spanish)
10 30 am (English)

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Plant Cit. Grace Fellowship
713 A.sorook SI, 361-8190
Hrst: N. Gordon and Baker St. '52-6138
Gospel tlhenacle. .len Hamines St

S. Peter 301JOIN. Carf. St. '52-5061
HOUNESS
Drlverance Tabernacle: 808 W. Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord '128 I Ball St.


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St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
5pm English, 6:30pm Spanish
at
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
(Of ol 574 Dover)
Sunday Masses
7am, 10.30am & 12:15pm English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St. Jl=
Plant City, FL 33563
(OH 1-4. Exit 21 Soulhi
(813)752-8251
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
181u754-1237 or (813)478-1185


Impact Family Worship Center
Heels at Seoter Elementary
SSchdool, 65'"'914
KNahmins International Chunh
'; of Florida
.902. Rentfo St. 6-0929
Greater lme Christian Center.
1109 A. Franklin St, *59-82"0
Tampa Bible fellowsip:
S10201 E illsborough Are,
754-26"-1
Unit Christ church: 19118.
Gordon St, 659-2624
Founman's Praise and Worship
Center t.S 928
ORTHODOX
Holy Protection hrainian
Orthodox OGur: 3820 moores
lake Rd Dorer. 659-0123
PENTECOSTAL
Christian life.ssembly: 3120
S. M -ier Rd., 65"-4802
thing Waters Foursquare
602 5. Erers 5, "59-0528
New Hope Worship Ceater.
803 .Maiones- t,"5"-6123
New life Temple Penteaostar
n nChurch of Goe.
r ,.' 3301 lemons Rd, "5-"088
SH'. '9 PENTECOSTAL HOUNESS
Doter: Moores take &
H oliness Church R, 659-1301
Church of the Li ing God. 1102
hier t,. "5'-5810
PRESBYTERIAN
iangeliral Plant Cit: I10"
Charlie Griffin Rid. 59-938
Hrst Presbvterian Plant Clts:
104 : Reynolds St, '52-14211
SANCTIFIED HOUNESS
WFak with God iMinistn. 15110 SR 541.
Dover. 659-0930
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant Cif. 2203 Strauer Or. '52-469-


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December 24th at 7:00 p.m.
Famnd, Centered Ch/risnm.i Eve
Candle/tghgt orirslip

at 10:30 p.m.
Epei tenac thik mW.rerT C ,n..lesr
of God comingin t rc /le'h'.
Tradinounal Chrinmn. Ei c-
Ciidleltgl',r lirStp

December 25th at 10:00 a.m.
llt' ail./ e, t c /./'. of in. C- cirol
ui td' Hol/ C(.1,.ma,: oPI

December 26th at 9:15 a.m.
Thel\v C(o.'n,..ce


INDEPENDENT
full Gos6pel tabernacle.
2311 Samnonds Rd. "5 1-3613
Restoration .tssembl: 106 $. E8em St
Etangelistsfor.lesus tabernacle.
SR 5"1. of Doer, 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Chbristian6r Gmth Center.
1310 N. Shannon. "192909
Cmoutenant Bible Church:
1108 E. I bmlin S 754-1133
Deeper ife fellowship:
Cotilla Rt Fof SRJ39 N
Reiawl Outreach Center.
225 1. Doter Rd. 681-2250
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Halk 3202 NV. Marland Ae,
"52-33415
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church of Jesus Christ IS.
1805 N. Park Rd. "52-6364

Hope 16CM. 2001 Park Bh l "52-4622
lrd of Life E16-t.
2104 Mud lake Rd, "52-6064

Wagoner Memorial:
2402 Mud lake Rd "52-.863
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Caltwr Chapel of Plant (it 2102 V.
Park Rd. 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellosship: I Mctln .Aw.
full Gospel Tabernacle
2311 SammonmiRd. "5 3843


December 31 st at 7:00 p.m.
l'jAt Beaer Wity to Start the Ntew
Year tand Bid F reu.'e/l to
200-4 rh'i inm Chutt r,'
Wors/tip u'itli Ho/ Commnunion


Hope Lutheran Church
2001 N. Park Road
(1/4 mile South ofl-4)
(813) 752-4622
Rev. Dean R. Pfeffer, Pastor

Christmas i ':4 Message ofLove"
Have a Blesrd Holiday Season.


First United Methodist

Church of Plant City

303 N. Evers Street Downtown Plant City
i..cn:ss from Cit Hall parking lot
754-3519

WORSHIP HOURS
8:00 am- Chapel Commuruon Service
9:00 am- Contemporary IVorship in The Wesley Centre
10:00 am- Sunday School (Children Adultl
11-00 am- Traditional Worship In The Sanctuari
CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICES
5:00 pm- Wesley Centre Families with young children
7:00 pm- Sanctuary Traditional Lessons & Carols
1100 pm- Christ Mass Andent service with traditional liturgy,
chants and Holy Communion In The Sanctuary

Youth Fellowship
Sunday & Wednesday Evenings
1arwu tlheloonlre,.or
Dr. Alan L. Beaver
Senior Pastor
S-,'n Hcjirt, ":7.. .tnJ. iTon Cr- n Cw ,
wrmirll u'tl nk Li caln,,l r,.:


SOUTHERN METHODIST
First. 103 I.Johnson Rd. "54-5968
UNfTED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mart limited Church.
291 lithia-Pinerest Rd.. alrico. 685-0998
UITED METHODIST
Cork 4815 W. Sam Allen Rd. "5-J3233
Domer first: Moore s lake Rd at Methodist
Church R. 659-If15
inst Plant (Ci: 303 N. Frer St "5-J519
Grace: 1801 E. Ower St 659-3"18
Sunset Heights: Widler Dr. "5#-2Hl
Springmhead- 2305 Sparkman RA "52.-5"51
St. Luke: 809 8. laura St. 5".-6051
hlonolosassa: fort King Hu
at Histletoe Dr.986-"135
IMnity Plant Cit: 402 W. English St.
"52-9316


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bama; 11 grandchildren; and
nine great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Parrish
Deborah A. Parrish, 43, of
Plant City died Nov. 26.
She was born in Lakeland
and was a lifelong resident of
Plant City.
She was a service secretary
for Palm Harbor Homes.
She is survived by her
husband, Steve; a son, Alex of
Plant City; a daughter, Heather
Milam of Plant City; three sis-
ters, Sharon Johnson of Plant
City, Gail Dempsey of Mul-
berry and Glenda Hawkins of
Lakeland; and her
grandmother, Susie Gleason
of Mulberry.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Ritter
Janie V. Ritter, 80, of Plant
City died Nov. 26.
She was a lifelong resident
of Plant City and a home-
maker.
She is survived by a son,
Lewis H. Jr. of Lakeland; three
daughters, Patsy Creamer of
Plant City, Linda Wethering-
ton of Ocklawaha and Sharon
Jones of Lakeland; a sister,
Joyce "Jewel" Howard of Plant.
City; nine grandchildren; and
18 great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Robbins
Wayne M. Robins, 71, of
Zephyrhills died Dec. 2.
He was born in Tampa and
was a longtime resident of
Zephyrhills.
He retired from the U.S.
Coast Guard after 20 years and
was a beekeeper.
He is survived by his wife,
Louise; a son, David of Cham-
plin, Minn.; a daughter, Tami
Pannell of Dover; his mother,
Lucy of Dover; two stepsons,
Jerry Booth and James Booth,
both of Plant City; five broth-
ers, Charles of Merritt Island,


Kenneth of Plant City, Robert
of Lakeland, George of Dover
and Samuel of Lithia; five sis-
ters, Ruth Sterns of Lecanto,
Vera of Canyon, Texas, Alice
Arbuckle of Ormond Beach;
Linda Ray of Florence, S.C.,
and Mary Stanaland of Durant;
eight grandchildren; and eight
great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Sigmon
Clarence W. Sigmon, 81, of
Plant City died Nov. 30.
He was born in Winston-
Salem, N.C., and was a U.S.
Navy veteran of World War II
and the Korean War.
He was a retired firefighter.
He is survived by his wife,
Jeanette; two daughters, Rene
Fields of Lake Worth and Gail
Clemons of Plant City; four
grandchildren; and six great-
grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Sills
Tony L. Sills, 47, of Plant
City died Nov. 30.
He was born in Plant City
and was a lifelong resident.
He was the owner of United
States Feed and Grain Inc.
He is survived by his wife,
Terri Jo Sills; his son, Chance
L. of Plant City; his mother,
Lois Swan; and a sister,
Melody Barnes.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Smith
Thelma "Grammie" Murphy
Smith, 88, of Plant City died
Nov. 27.
She is survived by two sons,
Alta H. of Dallas and Aubrey L.
Jr. of Plant City; two daugh-
ters, Constance McGee and
Gaynelle Christie, both of
Plant City; two sisters, Juanita
Brown and Bette Giannini,
both of Lakeland; a sister-in-
law, Bertha M. Corkins of
Crestview, and a longtime


family friend who she consid-
ered a son, William Niedern-
hoffer of Dallas.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Taylor
Lorene E. Taylor, 76, of
Plant City died Nov. 22.
She was born in Tampa and
was a lifelong resident of Plant
City.
She is survived by two sons,
William Robert Taylor of Tampa
and William Randall Taylor of
Seffner; a daughter, Debbie
Stanley of Plant City; a brother,
James Streetman of California;
seven grandchildren; and seven
great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Weaver
Randall L. Weaver, 49, of
Plant City died Nov. 30.
He was born in Knoxville,
Tenn., and was a longtime res-
ident of Plant City.
He was an automobile
mechanic.
He is survived by his wife,
Jeannie; two daughters, Kim-
berly Coniglio of Dover and
Cindy Weaver of Brandon; a
sister, Vicky Butts of Madison,
Ala., and a grandson, James
Coniglio.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

West
James 0. West, 69, of Plant
City died Nov. 30. ,
He was born in Simpson
County, Ky., and was a long-
time resident of this area.
He was an automobile
mechanic.
He is survived by his wife,
Gwen; mother, Annie Bell West
of Plant City; a daughter, Linda
Peacock of Knoxville, Tenn.; a
son, Gary of Henagar, Ala.;
three brothers, Lee of Plant
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ects, from swords and rifles to a braid
of hair, since opening her Plant City
shop in 1987.
"It can be very rewarding and chal-
lenging," Baird said recently as she
monitored the work of an electronic
mat cutter. The blade of the huge,
$18,000 machine uses input from a
nearby computer, on which Baird had
created a custom template for the mat
of a large collage. A customer whose
father had recently died had brought
in pictures for Baird to use in the col-
lage that would be displayed at his
funeral.
Framing started out as a hobby for
the former beautician she would
help her sister-in-law at her shop
during vacations in Waterford, Pa.
"They finally said, 'Why don't you
open a shop of your own,' and I
thought, well, I do like the work," Baird
recalled.
Baird and her husband, who moved
to the Plant City area from Pennsylva-
nia in 1969, opened their first shop in
Valrico in 1985. Business was fair, but
decided to open a second location in
Plant City, a city they loved and in
which they saw growth potential. They
closed the Valrico shop soon after and
focused on the shop at 107 E. Reynolds
St.
Using a machine that costs as much
as a car is one of several things that
have changed since Baird first pic-
tured herself in the business. The
couple started with only four pieces of
equipment: a square vise, a mat cutter,
an air gun and paper cutter. Lou Baird
would order frames precut and assem-
ble them, and order mats one at a
time.
Now she has an arsenal of equip-
ment at her disposal, from a glass
cutter to the vacuum press she uses to
mount and laminate images. She can
even take a print and transfer it to
canvas.
They've expanded the shop, housed
in a historic building at the corner of
Reynolds and Palmer streets, four
times. Baird attached more than two
dozen storm gutters to the wall to store
her "sticks" long sections of raw
material used to make frames.
Sales have grown from $18,000 after
their first year to $100,000. A large
sample of her work can be seen under
onie roof: Baird framed most of the his-
toric photos in the Lee Building just
across Reynolds Street.
It has taken countless long days and
weeks to get this far, and she said.she'd
do it until she drops. She said laughing
that someone might one day come in
to find her face down on the design
table.
She said personal service has been
the secret to her success.
"When people walk in, they're a
person, not a number," she said.
So who would want to frame a


Billy Herold says his low prices and
personable nature keep customers
coming back.
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Carl Brownlee, flanked by sons Bruce, left, and Dennis, said the 2004 hurricane season was difficult but is proud of how the
business performed for customers ravaged by the storms.


Tampa Electric Co. employees John Hill, left, and Eddie Jones work last
week to replace a cracked pole on Bruton Road, north of Plant City. Hill and
Jones are among 100 employees who work from TECO's Plant City offices
and who were instrumental in restoring power after the hurricanes. At
right, Mike and DeDe Floyd said Focus Magazine wouldn't have grown
without the support of Plant City residents.


hubcap? Turns out a family had gone
back to visit their old homestead and
unearthed a "baby moon" hubcap
from their prized 1930s Ford. For such
three-dimensional items, Baird creates
a "shadow box," in which prized pos-
sessions can be mounted and pro-
tected behind glass. They are her
favorite project, she said.
"It makes me feel proud that I was
able to do it, and that they'll have
something that they'll have something
to display and be proud of," she said.

Growing Business Award: Billy Herold's
Truck, Car & RV Sales
Billy Herold's love of cars revved up
at a young age.
His first car was a less than pristine
Plymouth Barracuda. He paid $450 for
it.
"Waxed it every week," he said
recently.
He turned that love into a career.
Now, after starting out on a shoestring
budget, Billy Herold's Truck, Car and
RV Sales is flourishing, taking in nearly
$10 million in sales this year.
He attributes the success to his time
served in the industry.
"I'm selling to the grandkids of
people I used to sell to when I was a
salesman in the '70s," he said.
Herold, who moved to Plant City
from Connecticut as a small boy and
graduated from Plant City High School,
has worked in the car business since
1976, when he landed his first job at


Wilson Davis Ford, now Jarrett Ford.
Three years later he started as a sales-
man at Bell Chevrolet, working his way
up to general manager by 1985 and
staying until 2000, when it was sold to
Bill Heard Chevrolet.
He said the decision to go out on his
own was "spur of the moment." He
wanted to be a buyer for a used car
department in this area, which would
have allowed him to work less and
spend time with his two sons. Not find-
ing one, he decided to open his own
used car dealership. He leased a small
lot on Park Road that afternoon.
Herold, 49, hired one other
employee, a former co-worker he'd
worked with for 20 years. They did
everything from detailing cars to cut-
ting the grass.
"The first month we broke even, the
second month we made money, the
third month we just absolutely blew it
away," he said.
By June of last year, they'd outgrown
the lot. Three months later moved to
the current space at 1607 W. Baker St.
The company now boasts 12 full-
time employees, with roughly $1 mil-
lion worth of inventory on the lot. And
while Herold said he can get a cus-
tomer just about any vehicle they want,
that inventory is nearly all trucks.
In Plant City, he said, trucks account
for roughly 75 percent of vehicle sales.
Herold sells an average of 50 each
month ranging from 10-year-old Fords
to nearly new BMWs. The typical sale is
a truck that goes for between $12,000


and $15,000, Herold said.
Roughly half of his monthly sales are
repeat or referred customers, Herold
said. He said it's not only because he
gives good deals.
"You have to service what you sell,"
he said.
Herold is diversifying. He plans to
open Billy Herold's Import Sales on
Alexander Street next year and a 15-
bed tanning salon, too.
He said a longtime customer
recently told him that his personality
helps make customers feel at ease.
"He told me, 'The reason I buy from
you is you're approachable,'" Herold
said. "I'll always remember that."

Mid-Size Business Award: Florida
Insurance Center
The 2004 hurricane season was a
true test of the insurance industry's
mettle, and Plant City's Florida Insur-
ance Center suffered through it like the
rest.
"It's been tough," said owner Carl
Brownlee. His sons Bruce and Dennis
help run the business.
But when the four hurricanes came,
the Brownlees said the center passed
that test and credit their customer
service as the reason.
"We really try to have a relationship
with the customer and people like
that," Bruce Brownlee said.
Carl Brownlee, a Plant City native,

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BUSIN ESS


New Downtown Sandwich Shop On A Roll


MANATEE BAY CAFE
STARTS OUT HOT
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Sometimes everything just
seems to fall into place, and
that seems to be what has
happened for the owner of
The Manatee Bay Cafe at 119
S. Collins St.
Wes Shelton, the deli owner,
i celebrating a grand opening
ec. 16, with help from the
Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce. The shop opened
in August, serving a breakfast
menu all day long, and a
proven luncheon selection
that was first introduced in a
family owned shop in Apollo
Beach.
"We are very pleased with
the success we have had in
this great little town," Shelton
said. He and his wife are
already looking for a home in
the area. "Anyone who is
familiar with the restaurant
business knows there is a for-
mula that needs to click in
order to make everything
work. I think we have found it
in Plant City."
Location that always
seems to be at the top of the
list for any real estate venture.
Shelton said the location on.
Collins Street has worked out


perfectly, attracting walk in,
drive by and repeat customers
to the shop.
"Every car driver and pas-
senger that stops at the light
on the corner of Collins and
MLK has a chance to turn and
look right into the shop," Shel-
don said. "Sooner or later they
are going to come in and give
it a try."
Parking is available on the
street and around the corner.
The shop also is within easy
walking distance to special
events the historic downtown
area.
"Location is one thing. But
then you have to have the
right menu, quality food,
friendly service, a good cus-
tomer base and an affordable
overhead. We. are right on
track," Shelton said. "Things
are working out nicely for us
here."
Things also seem to be
working well at the Apollo
Beach shop, which has the
same name, and was where
Shelton, 35, cut his teeth in the
restaurant business.
"My father ran a full-service
restaurant in Cleveland,"
Shelton said. "My brother and
I moved to Florida years ago to
escape the snow. Dad eventu-
ally sold the restaurant, moved
to Apollo Beach and opened
the cafe in 1997."
Shelton began helping his


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Walk-in business at the Manatee Bay Cafe was brisk on Dec. 3
prior to the annual Christmas Parade that passed by the shop on
South Collins Street. The shop normally closes at 3 p.m., but
owner Wes Shelton kept the doors open until the customers had
their fill of the restaurant's fare.


father, Wayne, with the
business in 1998. The shop
specializes in "pressed" sand-
wiches on Cuban bread.
Together the father and son
tweaked the menu and the
hours until the shop was run-
ning on all cylinders.
"We have a much larger
menu here. But we looked
around the Bay area from Bra-


denton Beach to Lakeland and
decided that Plant City would
be the best place to duplicate
our setup at the other shop,"
Shelton said.. "Plant City and
this location on Collins are
perfect."
While the Apollo Beach cafe
is primarily take out, the Plant
City version seats 40, is open
at 7 a.m., Monday through


Friday, at 8 on Saturday and
10 on Sundays, for an expand-
ing breakfast crowd. The shop
normally closes at 3 p.m., but
is kept open for special occa-
sions, like motorcycle shows,
and the recently held Christ-
mas parade.
"We are learning as we go
along that we need to be flexi-
ble. We stayed open late last
Friday and the pre-parade
crowd packed the place for
two hours. We are working to
please a steady flow of cus-
tomers. But we will learn
when to keep the doors open
as time goes by," he said.
Another perk the unhurried
customer might find
enjoyable at the Manatee Bay
Cafe is an inventory of paper-
back books, new and used,
that number in the thousands.
Books are available at dis-
count prices and can be
returned for credit on the next
purchase.
"It was my father's idea. He
always wanted to open a book
store. He is an avid reader and
had developed a large number -
of paperbacks that he offered
for sale at discount prices at
the other shop," Shelton said.
"We fre set up a little differ-
ently here. Our stock is larger
and everything is on shelves,
like a real book store. It is
working out well, at both
stores."


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Odessa and is being funded by
the city's Community Rede-
velopment Trust Fund, Water
and Sewer Fund and a federal
block grant.
Completion is expected
within six months.
Pig Power
The Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce's
annual Pig Jam was bigger
than last year and had fewer -
power glitches, said chamber
president Marion Smith in a
recent letter to the city.
Smith thanked city staff for
upgrading the electrical out-
lets used at the event.
"We had few problems this
year with competitors over-
loading the system," Smith
wrote.
Prepared Police
The Plant City Police
Department has gone shop-
ping.
The department is using
more than $50,000 from a law
enforcement block grant to
purchase everything from
speed measurement lasers to
shotgun racks.
Here's a rundown:
Walkie-talkie radios 24
.Motorola HT 750 VHF radios
and accessories, including
shoulder microphones and
wall chargers. Cost:
$18,151.28.
Speed measurement laser
two laser units and related
accessories. Cost: $7,611.
Handguns four Sig Sauer
P228 9 mm handguns, with
three magazines per weapon.
Cost: $2,456. The department
also purchased one Glock
Model 26 handgun. Cost:
$450.96.
Shotguns four Reming-
ton Model 870 pump-action
shotguns. Cost: $1,402.20.
Shotgun racks -14 racks to
equip department vehicles.
Cost: $2,771.44.


Computers -10 computers
to be used in the field as part
of the department's mobile
data network. Cost:
$23,294.65.

Thanks From
A Neighbor
Wauchula Mayor David
Royal sent a letter to the Plant
City Building Department City
to express his thanks for send-
ing people to help after Hurri-
cane Charley ravaged Plant
City's neighbor to the south.
"We all know that we will
never be able to repay you for
what you did for our commu-
nity," Royal wrote. "You
showed what the true mean-
ing of a neighbor is all about."
Also, Lee County officials
presented the Plant City Police
Department with a plaque to
thank the department for
sending six officers to Pine
Island to help with law
enforcement after Charley.

Professionals On
Truck No. 917B
Chuck and Terri Long of
Emerson Place have been so
impressed by their sanitation
crew the past 13 years, they
sent a letter to the city.
The couple thanked the
crew of truck No. 917B for
"always doing an outstanding
job plus having pleasant and
positive attitudes," City
Manager David Sollenberger
said in his report to the city
commission this week.
The crew of truck No. 917B
are Henry McIntyre, Tony
Ragins and Willie Gardner.

City Employees
Step Up
The city's employees
opened their hearts and wal-
lets for the annual United Way
campaign.
In 2004, 127 city employees
pledged more than $19,000.


The money will be distributed
among United Way of Tampa
Bay's 71 health and human
service community partner
agencies.

Holiday Safety Tips
The Plant City Police
Department reminds resi-
dents that crime typically
increases during the holiday
season.
From Thanksgiving to New
Year's last year, the number of
robberies, residential and
commercial burglaries, auto
burglaries and thefts, and
counterfeiting and fraud cases
were drastically higher than
other times of the year, police
officials said.
In order to avoid personal
losses, police suggest you:
Lock all windows and
doors before leaving your resi-
dence or business.
Don't display holiday gifts
in front of windows or glass
doorways.
When going out, leave
lights and a radio on.
If you leave home over-
night, activate lights and
radios with a timer.
Mark valuables with indel-
ible markers.
Shop before dark and lock
items in the trunk while shop-
ping.
Avoid carrying large
amounts of cash.
Carry a purse under your
arm.
Carry a wallet in a front
pocket.
Teach children to consult
a store clerk when separated
from family and to stay inside
the store.
+ Never allow children in a
parking lot alone.
Have your keys in hand
when walking to your vehicle
and lock the car as soon as you
enter.

A Leader Honored
The late John Griffin, former
director of the West Plant City
Boys & Girls Club, was hon-
ored by the students and staff
at the club during a recent
dinner. Sharon Moody, the
new director, welcomed Roy
Opfer, president of the Boys &
Girls Club of Tampa Bay, and
Bobby Wilds, the organiza-


tion's area supervisor.
Nadine Griffin, John's wife
of almost 30 years, sponsored
the Thanksgiving dinner, as
her family has for the past few
years.
Plant City and the friends of
John Griffin have requested
that the club be named in
honor of its past director.
Opfer said it is customary for
the club to wait about year
following such requests before
making a decision.
"John Griffin was a wonder-
ful man and a fine director,"
Opfer said. "The respect and
interest shown by the children
in this club are fitting tributes
to John. We miss him and will
work to maintain the spirit
that was always with him."


Another Veteran
Laid To Rest
The U.S. Department of
Veterans Affairs projects about
414,000 deaths among World
War II veterans this year, for a
daily rate of about 1,135.
Plant City added one more
to the list just before Thanks-
giving.'
R.W. "Dell" Yancey died
Nov. 23 after a lengthy illness.
He was 78.
Yancey was- profiled in a
front-page story of the Nov. 11
edition of The Courier. Yancey
and his brother Anthony
"Kink" Yancey recounted their
service during some of the
fiercest fighting of the war.
Dell Yancey was an Army
medic, Kink served in the
Army's 80th Infantry Division.
Dell Yancey fought back
tears earlier this month as he
remembered his fallen com-
rades, the ones he could not
save. The casualties were
especially high on D-Day,
when troops landed on the
beaches of Normandy,
France.
But he said then that he was
proud of his service and would
do it all over again.
"He was the type of person
who didn't talk about the war
unless you asked him to, but if
you did, he was more than
happy to," his wife, Norma,
said.
Dell Yancey was interred
Nov. 27 at Oaklawn Cemetery.


Play For All
Gilchrist Park will soon be a
more accessible place for disa-
bled children to play.
The two Plant City Rotary
clubs Noonday and Day-
break have joined forces to
donate $100,000 to the city for
the purchase of playground
equipment that meets the
guidelines of the Americans
With Disabilities Act.
The city commission
accepted the donation from
Rotary at its Nov. 22 meeting.
It also voted to pay for other
improvements to make the
park ADA compliant, includ-
ing renovating the restrooms,
installing pavilions with
wheelchair-friendly picnic
tables and a paved parking
area better suited for loading
and unloading wheelchairs.
The Rotary Club celebrates
100 years next year and the
plan is to have the park com-
pleted by then, said Jack Hol-
land, acting director of the
Recreation and Parks Depart-
ment.

Fourth Ofluly
In December
It's. never too early to start
planning for a holiday.
The city's Recreation and
Parks Department is already
planning for the fourth annual
July Fourth Celebration at
Plant City Stadium, City
Manager David Sollenberger
reported to the city commis-
sion earlier this month.
Some plans, especially
deciding which fireworks
company will be used, must
be finalized soop, Sollenberger
said. Some sponsors have
already stepped forward offer-
ing in-kind and financial
support for the event, which is
paid for largely through spon-
sorships, with some funding
coming from the Recreation
and Parks Department.
The event is expected to be
similar to the past three years,
when a standing-room only
crowd of more than 6,500
packing the stadium. There
will be games, entertainment
and food. Admission will be
free, with a $2 donation for
parking going to benefit the
FFA.
Compiled by Tony Mar-
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CALENDAR
Continued From Page 3
Child care, by reservation, is free.
Call: 752-4104.

City commission
The Plant City City Commission meets the
second and fourth Mondays of the month at 7:
30 p.m. in the Nettie Mae Draughon Audito-
rium at city hall, 302 W. Reynolds St.
The next meeting will be Jan. 10 due to the


holiday season.

Bike fest
The Greater Plant Gity Chamber of Com-
merce hosts its Bike Fest the first Saturday of
every month from 5 to 9 p.m. in and around
McCall Park.
The next fest will be Feb. 5 due to the New
Year's Day holiday.


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able it was relayed to Secre-
tary of State Henry Kissinger
in Paris.
"It was the first successful
'Halo' mission in U.S. military
history," Storter says.
Gavin and his wife, Alva-
rene, live in Inverness these
days, where he volunteers
with the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission. And, of course, he
continues to fish and hunt,
which is what I remember
about him growing up in the
small town of Naples. He is
from a pioneering family of
fishermen and hunters
(brother, Bem, was my
grandfather's favorite fishing
partner). Mike is recreation
minister at First Baptist
Church of Plant City and is
married to the Davis'
daughter, Laura, and have a
beautiful 2-year-old daughter,
Taryn. The Davis' son, Jamie,
is an attorney with Trinkle,
Swanson, Byrd and Coton.


This is for all you Florida
Gator fans.
I learned some other news
when I was in Everglades City
Mike Storter and I have a
relative, Neil Storter, who
went to the University of
Florida in 1907, when he was
16 years old. His last year
there he was captain of the
football team and the team
nicknamed him "Bo Gator"
because he was from Ever-
glade City. Oldtimers claim
that's where they got the
name for the team. I checked
with the university and they
weren't sure how the name
originated. True or not,
history has a way of getting
lost sometimes.



HONOR
Continued From Page 7
pher Chen, Hannah Clendening, Laura
Cohen, Briana Corzine, Shannon Crook,
Heather Curci, Hillary Davis, Ashley
Delph, Shivani Desai, Haylee Ditrich,
Arielle Durant, Ana Espinosa, Mallorie
Farrell, Ashley Foret, Alicia Gilbertsen,
Laura Gonzalez, Zachary Grieser, Charles
Harmon, Kathleen Henke, Trevor Holt,
Michol Hurst, Amanda Kessler, Mark
Killebrew, Kelsey Lamb, Cali Leonard,
Brett Maxwell, Ericka Medina, Matthew
Parker, Alexaundra Perry, Esmeralda
Reyes, Ashlyn Robinson, Rhonda Sears,
Zachary Self, Jared Shively, Ashley Singh,
Rebecca Sperry, Amber Tuten, Dustin
Vela and Paul Vo.
Grade 8
Amanda Alba, Michelle Baird, Sarah
Baldwin, Lacy Brower, Victoria Capezza,
Caitlin Corsi, Heather Cowart, Joanna
Delgado, Abby Fleming, Victoria Frey,
Kayla Fulwood, Stacy Geil, Brittany
Haines, Chelsea Hall, Jensen Harlow,
Olivia Harsham, Emily Hoy, Ana LaValle,
Jose Leon, Kimberly Levensky, Carly Lin-
genfelter, Matthew Norman, Andrew
Orso, Jessica Peterson, Adam Ray, Tyler
Roberts, Megan Sardin, Charles Segale,
Abby Sierra, Justin Stewart, Jessica Sykes,
Peter Vo and Kristen Winters.

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Speaking of lost history,
everyone is asking if the
invitations to Susan and Jim
Baggett's holiday open house
have been lost in the mail.
Just so you know, that's not
the case. Due to hurricane
damage, the party has been
postponed until next year. I
heard someone say, "Every-
one sure is going to miss all
that delicious food Susan and
Jim cook themselves why
don't they just rent a hall?"


Jennifer Pless played the
history of all surprises on
family when she and children,
Olivia and Gage, flew home
from Friedburg, Germany,
recently.
Army 2nd Lt. Ryan Pless is
stationed in Germany and has
seen action in Iraq. Parents,
including Nell and Terry
Swilley, Ryan's sister Stacee
and his twin brother, Garrett,
were totally surprised when
they received a call to pick up
the family at the airport.
Daddy Ryan will be following
soon for a special holiday
visit, too.


Happy 100th birthday to
Myrtice Pippin, a resident at
Health Care of Plant City on
Wilder Road. Betty Watkins,
whose husband is there, tells
me that a big crowd helped
celebrate, including Mrs. ,
Pippin's five sons. A special
visitor to the party was Cecil
Everidge's mother, one of
Mrs. Pippins' dear old friends,
who turns 100 herself this
year.


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the time for peace, poinset-
tias and presents. But try to
tell that to my daughter and
son-in-law in Nashville right
now.
Jena and Nick's new 6-
month-old puppy learned
how to open its cage and they
came home yesterday to
anything but peace. Seems
Tyrannosaurus Rausch
repotted the poinsettias on
the couch, chewed up two
stethoscopes (one of which
was borrowed), and opened a
few presents.
"Well, they are like kids," I
said, "They learn early how to
get your attention."
That comment, of course,
did not contribute to peace
any more than little Rausch's
high-spirited behavior.


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your Guatemala trip. Next
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few holiday parties and hope
some of you will let me in on
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nice, too).
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people e-mailing or sending
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BUSINESS
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worked with the late Tom Poppell of
Poppell Insurance before purchasing
Florida Insurance Center in 1984,
seven years after its founding. Bruce, a
University of South Florida graduate
who thought he was headed for .a
career as a certified public accountant,
came on in 1985 and stayed.
Dennis, also a USF graduate with a
degree in business, considered prac-
ticing law, then joined his father and
brother in 1990.
The business, housed in a sprawling
space at 414 N. Alexander St. decorated
with antiques and dozens of colorful
Tiffany lamps, is now a full-service
insurance agency, serving 6,000
individual customers and 3,000
business policy clients throughout the
state of Florida. The center does nearly
$25 million in annual sales, the Brown-
lees said.
The center has a list of nearly 20 car-
riers and can cover plans for liability,
automobile, life and health, annuities,
retirement plans, workers compensa-
tion and bonds, among others.
"That's what has enabled us to have
the competitive edge and grow the way
we have," Dennis Brownlee said.
The business once had a slogan that
said, "If we don't write it, you don't
need it." Their business breaks down
to about 70 percent commercial poli-
cies and 30 percent on the personal
side.
The Brownlees said one of the big-
gest challenges has been finding and
keeping good employees. "But we feel
we've done a good job of that and
that's contributed to our success,"
Dennis Brownlee said.
Another challenge is the continued
and ever-increasing demands from
carriers, who want to see growth from
their agents. "If you don't ... they'll
find someone else who will," Carl
Brownlee said.
iThen there is the eternal balancing
act of meeting the needs of the carriers
and the clients they serve.
"You'll find yotarself in difficult situ-
ations," Dennis Brownlee said. "We
just try to be fair."
That was especially needed this
year. The Brownlees have clients in
most of Florida's storm-ravaged areas,
even in the fateful "X" spot in Polk


County, where all three hurricanes
crossed. It has been a true test of
patience for agents and customers,
they said, because though claims were
paid in a timely fashion, contractors to
do the work are in short supply.
The Brownlees predict continued
growth for the Florida Insurance
Center, but said they would always
remember what got them this far.
"The goal is to never sacrifice cus-
tomer service and never forget where
we started," Dennis Brownlee said.

Large Business Award:
Tampa Electric Co.
Unprecedented.
That adjective is used often to
describe this year's hurricane season,
when four huge storms Charley,
Ivan, Frances and Jeanne tore
through Florida. It meant that Tampa
Electric Co. found itself in uncharted
waters when it came to dealing with
the destruction to its network and the
subsequent power loss to its custom-
ers.
"There was a majority of people
working this hurricane who had not
even experienced one," said Danny
Wilkes, TECO's regional manager for
community affairs, a Plant City native
who has been with the company for 39
years. "(This season) was something
that I think no one could compre-
hend."
Comprehension quickly turned to
action, and TECO has been lauded for
its quick response after the storms,
particularly after Jeanne and Frances,
which did the most damage to its
service area of roughly 2,000 square
miles and a population of more than
1.3 million. At one point, more than
200,000 customers were without power
- nearly all had power restored within
a week, and 90 percent within five
days, TECO officials reported.
Much of the recovery effort was
based in Plant City, where roughly 100
employees work in two offices: one on
Martin Luther King Boulevard houses
a customer service call center and its
community affairs group; line crews
work from the operations center on
Alexander Street. Under normal opera-
tions, Plant City crews service an area
bordered by the Pasco County line to
the north, the Polk County Line to the
east, Fort Lonesome to the south and
McIntosh Road to the west. They also
serve areas in Dade City and Mul-


berry.
After the storms, the Florida Straw-
berry Festival allowed TECO to set up a
command center, where TECO offi-
cials planned and oversaw the work of
dozens of foreign line crews and tree
trimmers.
TECO has always had a close rela-
tionship with Plant City, said Wilkes,
who started with the company as a
meter reader. Established in 1887,
TECO purchased Plant City's power
company, Plant City Ice and Power, in
1923 and operated out of the former
Plant Hotel before setting up at its cur-
rent office on Martin Luther King
Boulevard. The operations center
moved to its current location from East
Harris Street in 1960.
TECO is credited with helping to
create and grow Plant City's industrial
park on Sydney Road, as well as the
Walden Woods industrial park, work-
ing closely with city staff and the
chamber of commerce to bring in new
businesses, Wilkes said.
Wilkes serves as chairman of the
Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce's Economic Development
Council, a position held by a TECO
employee since its inception 40 years
ago. He said the partnership between
the city, the chamber, and businesses
such as TECO is unique and one of
Plant City's greatest strengths.
TECO has grown with and adapted
to its customer base in eastern Hills-
borough County, which has changed
from an agricultural base to a combi-
nation of agriculture, business and
industry. Wilkes said the utility has
kept up with the area's 2 percent to 3
percent growth rate, which will likely
see a spurt soon with Plant City's
annexation strategies and planned
6,000 residential lots.
"The real growth has yet to come,"
Wilkes said.

Special Award For Exemplary Commu-
nity Contribution: Focus Magazine
It's probably fitting that Mike Floyd
uses a throttle metaphor to describe
the pace of his business and its
employees.
Floyd Publications' first product,
after all, was "FLMX: Florida Moto-
cross Magazine," which keeps motor-
cycle enthusiasts up to date on who's
winning on the course and the latest in
the industry's people, products and
trends. The company also produces


DECEMBER 16, 2004 THE COURIER *17

the print media for East Bay Raceway,
the Florida motocross racing circuit
and several local businesses.
Then the company added another
publication, Focus Magazine, which
has two regional editions with a third
set to launch in January.
"We never stop," Floyd said. "It's
always wide open."
Floyd and his wife, DeDe, started the
first Focus in Plant City in 2000 and the
magazine has since doubled in size.
The Dade City/Zephyrhills edition hit
the stands Nov. 1, and the first Lake-
land edition is slated for a January
launch.
Mike Floyd is a former motocross
racer and for years worked in the
industry as a sales representative.
DeDe, a Plant City native and 1992
graduate of Plant City High School, is
also a longtime motorcycle enthusiast.
The two met at a racetrack and mar-
ried in 1996. The couple saw the need
for a magazine that highlights Florida's
motocross scene and in 2000 started
publishing "FLMX" from their Walden
Lake home.
The Floyds thought Plant City
needed a magazine of its own to fea-
ture the kind of hometown stories and
people that make the place unique.
They used money from their checking
account to pay the rent for their first
office on Reynolds Street.
After that first year or so of adjust-
ment, Mike Floyd, who acts as Focus
publisher, said the magazine began to
find its niche. The company has grown
more than 100 percent each year for
the past three years, he said.
He credits the Plant City community
for helping that process along and for
being patient during its growing pains.
"This town is so great," he said. "I
can't say enough about how well
they've treated us and we want to keep
giving back."
"People come up and say, 'We love
your magazine,' and thank us, and it
reaffirms the work we do," said DeDe
Floyd, the company's office manager.
The company has employs 15 at its
office on Martin Luther King
Boulevard, including editorial and
sales staff. Most of them also put
together the Dade City edition.
"We're all like a family here," Mike
Floyd said. "Every employee is dedi-
cated to what we do. That's one of the
biggest keys to success."


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The police car struck a third vehicle,
parked at the edge of the roadway, causing
about $3,000 in damage. A fourth vehicle,
also parked, sustained little damage in the
crash.
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sit *'^ .............Bi the highlights were Rice's 72-yard touchdown run in the Dolphins' 28-8 victory. Dolphin
I .K 'players include Raheem Billington, Michael McEanay, Gergoria Ibarra, Sharod Hardnett,
"' '1 *Shawn Smith, Derrick Carmen, Joshua Proctor, Ellis Adams, Ivan Hunter, Clint Stearns,
ji 'a' :" |^l||IS Mitchell Courson, Billy Rice, Brent Draper, Keith Patterson, Ryan Rice, Steven Craft, Ryan
,, Sf g Shelby, Jerrod Parker, Jordan Wilson, Joshua Rainbolt, Ethan Cauley, David Wallace,
E--^ coached by Terry Terrell, Michael McEanay, Ken Parker, Jack Prestwood, John Parker and
.......BB Curtis Blackmon. Above, Plant City cheerleaders had many reasons to jump for joy at
Rayjay. Coached by Carisa Courson, Cindy Reeves and Susie Shields, Dolphin cheerlead-
ers include Keri Armbruster, Kristen Bass, Kadie Cox, Brooke Dodson, Jessica Elrod, Tori
Garren, Amanda Hoyle, Erica Land, Amber Masters, Tia Morris, Megan Murphy, Brooke
Rogers, Brooke Sgro, Whitney shields, Megan Stasiak, Amber Tuten, Nicole Willier and
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Tourneys Fill Prep Hoop Schedules SHARP CUTS


DURANT IN 1, PLANT CITY PLAYS 2
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Both the boys basketball teams from Durant
and Plant City look forward to diving into their
district schedules when they meet in a couple
of weeks.
Until then, holiday tournaments will provide
a perfect chance to see what each squad needs
to work on before the games start becoming
really important.
Durant will compete in the Hudson Holiday
Tournament starting Monday. Plant City is get-
ting ready to play two events in less than a
week, starting with a game Friday night in the
Jesuit Invitational.
The Cougars were last in action Thursday
night, beating Alonso in a game where Durant
leading scorer Clint McKay only played 12 min-
utes due to foul trouble.
While the Cougars are 3-1, the one defeat did
come in district play.
"We got beat pretty badly, but it might have
helped," said Durant head coach Jeff Shotwell.
"It showed us some things we really need to
improve on to be competitive come district
tournament time."


Districts are the focus for new Raiders coach
Gary Meyer as well. Plant City has had to play a.
lot of youngsters, with only two seniors in the
rotation and two freshmen Roderick Hender-
son and Kenny Mitchell and sophomore Jeff
Knight seeing notable minutes.
Meyer said he's been very pleased with the
team's effort despite its 1-3 record.
"I have no complaints," he said. "I'd like to
see a little better record, but I'm very pleased at
how they're working. When I was at Jenkins, it's
the same thing we did here. At the beginning of
the season, I write down on the blackboard the
date of the district tournament, and that is
when we want to be as good as we're going to
be."
Plant City will get plenty of practice in a tour-
nament-type environment across the next
week. The Raiders take on Freedom High
Friday night at 6, and if they win they will get
Jesuit or Jefferson Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the
championship game. The consolation game is
Saturday night at 6.
Then it's over to Auburndale on Tuesday,
where the Raiders will start up against Meyer's
old school, Lake Gibson. That game is at 5:30
p.m. Plant City will either play Haines City or

See SOCCER, Page 19


As Temperatures Drop, Soccer Action Heats Up


PC BOYS WITH 1 LOSS
AFTER 6 GAMES
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
One suggestion for anyone
who is friends with Raiders
boys soccer coach Trent
Hobbs: do not get the man a
tie for Christmas. He is pretty
well sick of them.
Plant City has fielded a very
competitive soccer team this
season, proving to be as good
as anyone they've run up
against.


But on the scoreboard,
things have been pretty even.
So much so that in six games,
the Raiders have come away
with ties in four of them.
As a result, its record is a
rather unusual 1-1-4.
"If we were finishing our
chances, we'd be 5-1, but we
can't finish right now," Hobbs
said.
Unfortunately Friday night,
the Raiders' last chance to try
for a victory before the holi-
days, does not present a very
ready opportunity. Sarasota
Riverview visits Raider Sta-
dium as the leader of Class


6A-District 6. The Rams have
beaten Bloomingdale twice,
and by lopsided scores on
both occasions.
But then again, when the
Raiders played at Sarasota
Riverview Nov. 19, the game
naturally ended in a tie. Only
Bloomingdale has defeated
Plant City and that was by a 2-
1 score.
Last week, the Raiders
played Durant to a 2-2 draw in
a game where Plant City had
more chances but Durant put
its in the back of the net.
"They had less opportuni-
See TOURNAMENTS, Page 19


All-Star Uame

Showcases Talent


An all-star football game
at Raymond James Stadium
turned into quite the show-
case for Durant and Plant
City.
And I'm just talking about
the fourth quarter on
Saturday night. In the
Hillsborough County East's
victory over its Orange
County counterparts, 218
points were scored in the
fourth quarter all were by
Raider or Cougar players.
First, tight end Chris
Thompson from Durant
scored on a 62-yard touch-
down pass. Later in the
quarter, Durant's Matt
Stwan ran for two scores,
including the final one on a
66-yard run. In between
came a 10-yard score by
Plant City's Derrick Hal-
lback.
It proved to be a valuable
little showcase as several
college scouts were in
attendance. Plant City head
football coach Todd Long
said on Tuesday he was
getting pretty busy handling
calls from scouts, who not
only saw Hallback but four
other Raiders who played in
the all-star game: Austin
Knipp, Scott Williams, Kalif
Sheppard and Jordan
Strawn.
Durant also was repre-
sented by Jason Fox, who
played center the entire
game, and defensive players
Frank D'Amico and Mark
Hughes. Hillsborough East
rolled to a 52-21 victory


DAREK
SHARP


while Hillsborough West
beat OrangeWest in a lower-
scoring affair, 24-7.
Hallback was one of nine
Raiders who on Monday
night were named MVPs for
their team at the annual fall
sports banquet held by the
Raider Boosters Club. Also
taking an MVP trophy home
were Daniel Ruel and Tracy
Morningstar (golf), Kyle
Eason and Stephanie Barker
(swimming), Daniel Welsch
and Michelle Adum (cross
country), Kendra Waters
(volleyball) and Dayna
Drake (cheerleading).
I'd say the most unique
award went to volleyball
team member Autumn
Player, who was named most
overzealous. They have
trophies for that? Cool!
Another successful Raider
Invitational wrestling
tournament, both from the
school's and the team's
perspectives, came and went
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DECEMBER 16,2004 THE COURIER 19


SHARP
Continued From Page 18
Saturday. First of all, the
tourney went off without a
hitch and was over by 9
o'clock at night. Not bad for
a 16-team event.
Plant City did well, going
4-1 and finishing third
overall with its only loss to
Robinson, the runner-up.
Riverview was the team
champion. The Raiders
began with a 61-18 win
against St. Pete Catholic and
then ran up against a
Middleton team that Plant


City coach Mark Ackett said
was pretty intimidating.
"Middleton brought over
the finest group of athletes
I've ever seen. They just kept
coming," he said.
Most came from the
Middleton football team it
doesn't hurt that the wres-
tling coach is also the
defensive coordinator of the
football squad. But the
Raiders won 43-37, and then
beat Gaither 50-30.
After falling to Robinson
54-30 in the semis, Plant City
bounced back to win the
consolation finals 42-37.
Freshman Abijah Johnson,


112 pounds, went 5-0 and
senior Guy Dayhoff (125)
was 5-1 with four pins and a
major decision. Jake Kimbell
(103), Lionel Simmons (125)
and Justin Hallman (160) all
went 4-1 and heavyweight
Codie Silcox 3-2.
Both Kimbell and Hallman
are sophomores.
And on Friday night, the
Plant City girls basketball
team got a big 50-39 win
over rival Durant, led by
Jerica Cohen's 15 points.
That's the last action for
the Raiders, who are off to a
solid 3-2 start, until Jan. 4.


TOURNAMENTS
Continued From Page 18


ties than we did," Hobbs said. "It's a frustrating
thing, but it'll come. That's one of the things
we're stressing, then we can work our way out
of it."
Kyle McGinsey and Sheyne Roberts have led
the Raiders in scoring with four goals apiece,
and McGinse.y has four assists as well. Hobbs
says that though he has no assists yet, Alex
Miranda has' been a creator and would benefit
most in that department if the team can get its
finishing touch ironed out.
As for the Raider girls, who only scored in
one game last season, they have put together a
marked improvement by getting on the board
in four different games. Last year, Plant City
scored all-of its goals in its lone victory, 4-1,
against Blake.
Plant City got its first win in dramatic fashion
on Friday. Goalkeeper Maggie Keller stood tall
as the Raiders beat Riverview 1-0 in a game
where the Sharks outshot Plant City 22-3.
Christina Mintz scored the game-winner for
Plant City.
Durant's girls made their debut in the state
rankings at No. 10 this week, on the heels of


their best performance of the year, and it wasn't
even a win. Against 8-0 Bloomingdale the Cou-
gars managed a 2-2 tie.
"We should have won, but it was a great
game," said Durant coach Ron Evans. "The
level of play; the improvement as compared to
every other game we've played, was much
greater."
Sisters Gabi and Dani Rivera scored the goals
against Bloomingdale, but unfortunatley Dani
won't be recording any more scores for some
time.
The freshman will have to undergo knee sur-
gery and will miss six to eight weeks. The
regional playoffs begin in the first week of Feb-
ruary.
Gabi Rivera is second on the team with nine
goals, while Lisa Hayman has 10 goals and 10
assists. Another freshman, Brooke Van Aman,
has six assists despite playing defense.
The Cougars are 6-2-2, but those two defeats
both came in a tournament at Clearwater
Central Catholic. In the district Durant is 4-0-2
with a rematch against Bloomingdale set for
Jan. 7 at Durant.


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SPORTS BRIEFS

SOCCER
YMCA youth league
The Plant City YMCA regis-
tration deadline for its youth
soccer program is Dec. 20. The
season starts Jan. 8.
Games will be held on Sat-
urdays with practices at the
YMCA on Tuesday or Thurs-
day evenings.
Three divisions of play will

SOCCER
Continued From Page 18
Gibbs, both strong clubs, in
the next round.
"You'd much rather be
playing than practicing during
Christmas break, and we're-
going to play, that's for sure,"
Meyer said.
The other teams in the
Auburndale event are Avon
Park, Winter Haven All Saints
and West Oaks.
Jason Brown has averaged
nearly 20 points in the Raid-
ers' first four games, while
Dane Jones leads in rebound-
ing. Brown had 19 points and
Chyijuan Cooper added 17 but
the Raiders lost to Chamber-
lain, 65-55, on Thursday,
unable to overcome an
incredible shooting perform-
ance by Jordan Devlin, who hit
seven 3-pointers for the Chiefs
and scored 32.
Plant City then lost its first
district game by seven points
to Bloomingdale at home on
Friday.
What has been most
encouraging to Meyer is the
players, under and upper-
classmen, both having the
desire to improve.
"The kids are staying after


be available: parent-child foi
children 3 to 4, rookie for chil-
dren 5 to 7 and "Y" winners foi
children 8 to 13.
Call the YMCA for price
information.
Call: 757-6677.

To submit sports information
to The Courier, e-mail announce-
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practice every day, whether I
ask them to or not," he said.
Durant has been working
well also, especially on defense
and creating turnovers. Shot-
well says the Cougars are still
turning it over themselves a
few too many times for his
liking, but adds "that is an area
we are working feverishly to
improve."
When they got shots off, the
Cougars were sizzling on
Thursday, making 61 percent
from the floor (21 of 38)
against Alonso. Tristan Scott
scored 19 points, Pedro Coro-
nado had 16 and Josh Fussell
scored 15. That was coming
off a 63-39 loss at Sarasota Riv-
erview two nights before.
After the holidays, Durant
plays Newsome Jan. 4 while
the Raiders host Tampa Bay
Tech. Then the next night,
Plant City visits Durant.
"Once the kids are done
with finals we tend to get a few
good weeks of 'focused' prac-
tice in," Shotwell said. "We
.can really spend solid times
on some fundamental things
and add a few wrinkles. I really
enjoy this time of year."


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WantedI Pasco
RESOLUTIONNO.252-2004 verbatim record off the tice is served within three I n AITRA SUNSET MEMORY GAR- PALMA CEiA 32,1 aover
proceeding is made, which months after the date of IN IE O UUI BAC DENS cemetery plots, Need outof ourcurrent 2000 Sf, pool, w/water- COLLIER PARKWAY
ARESOLUTION PROVIDING record includes the testi- the first publication of this BOWLTICKETS regular$1200 each Housesiuation fall, h AREA-Great nehbor-
NOTICE OF PROPOSED EN- money and evidence upon notice must file their sacrifice r each. Callr Letmehei. upgraes galrenc hood! 5br,EA-Great neighbor-
ACTMENT OF AN ORDI- which the appeal is to be claims with this Court Anylocation727-319-3270 813-760-7158 Fast, Personal Service. granite itne, 30k 2300sfforsale.wneri-
NANCE BY THE CITYCOM- based. WITHIN THE LATER OF Sunset Memory Gardens CallDarryl Remax727-786-6644. nancing available. Call
PLANT CITY, FLORIDA, AS SECTION 3. In accordance THE DATE OF THE FIRST CS TICKETS Peaceful41ots$9000 813-866-9660 SOUTH TAMPA 4br/3ba 813-245-31902
RE UIRED Y SECTION with the Americans with PUBLICATION OF THIS NO- ADOPTION Homegames.Greatseats 2 lots $6-34500 Call w/ seWANTp.TOmBUY ui other-in-law I
16 .041, FLORIDA STAT- Disabilities Ac any person TICE OR THIRTY DAYS AF- All Living ExpesesPaid 13-933-2127 813-309-6353 o s an cornerTot, I caged pool, Igappr
AND OTHERAPPLI- with a disability requiring TER THE DATE OF SERVICE Manyl .nan13309635ly House Can pa$20,000 cor% financiner avail. JUST STED
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AWtion in order to particateONTHEM 86OutbackBowl Monumets29-8834 le meg $445,000. 727-52-2442 FHA Government Resales
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read for the first reading 659-4200 at least 48 hours decedent and persons hay- Jodi n 050 813-79-2153 MEMORIES IN GRANITE/ 2700 sf Med, comer lo e 727-538-0034
the proposed ordinance priortothepublichearing. ing claims or demands Keith Urban at Ruth Eck- BRONZE. Wholesale 100% Investor/ w/2 car ar, CB constr.
hereinafter referred to; against the decedent's es- erd on Jan 29, 2005.11th direct from quarry. See Rehab Loan Program. pool & hd spa wctyd. 121 Condominium
nowtherefore SECTION 4. The proposed tate must file their claims row. 877-704-2300 our disp @ Oldsmar Flea 2/hrApprovai. brick patio. 3921 San
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BE IT RESOLVED BY THE ed by the public at the of- THREE MONTHS AFTER 15 Child Care I NO Pre-payment penalty 813-837-5727 view of bay 3br 2ba,
CITY COMMISSION OF THE fice of the Cit Clerk at the THE DATE OF THE FIRST I Svcs 0-99 813-601-3603 INI wrad-around balcony,
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Statutes, and other a pli- SECTION 5.This resolution, FILED WILL BE FOREVER Call813-671-3753For Sale Fast vals HUGE scrn pool/orch Habana Park condos,
capable law the City Com- as notice of the proposed BARRED. orHomeM fAmeica. $240000 813-964-9701 br, 2 ba, Ig, udated
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1808 IOfc Space I
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CENTRAL TAMPA, New
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near Hard Rock Hotel &
1-4. Office/RetailI
finished interior,
pnone/DSL Kitc nenette,
Approx 1200sf suites.
8 r-393-6229:323-5211
Plant City 750 sf office
space 1804 W. Baker SL
Ste E..Exc Location.
(813) 764-8030
PLANT CITY, Industrial
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lease 150 to 3000 sq ft,
including Conference
Room & Break Room.
Starting at $160. mo.
ContactMathew Horner
813-865-1192. THE-
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beautiful professional ofc
bdg, very nice & clean,
Ample FREE parking,
813-907-1000
TAMPA Rd & Race Track
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space will sub divide.
40% ofc space 60% flex
space Call Rick
727-642-9070
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$&S95/SF
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813-286-9615
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|5nncI Apartments I
| Unfurnished I

DUNEDIN Great near
main St location, 2 apts
2br $895/mo; 1br
$695/mo both w/ W/D,
storage, yard, pvt drive.
602-790-0807
FREE Vz MONTHS RENT
MOVE-IN BY 12/31
1 & 2 BRs, Nice & Clean
Plant City
813-754-2200
TOWNSGATEAPTS
HIMES/Hillsborough NO
RENT UNTIL 2005!
1 & 2 Bedrooms
Essex Apartment Homes
3415 W. Hillsborough Ave.
813-870-2442
Plant City-2 &3BRMH's&
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
PLANT CITY studio $360
Available now, On site
laundry. Quiet Comm
NO PETS 813-752-7398
SOUTH TAMPA lbr/lba
700 sf wood firs, updat-
ed, $6bomo. LG2br/lba/
lcg, sunroom frpic,
wood firs, W/D,$875mo.
Jana-813-956-6103


205on Apartments
'5" Unfurnished |
TEMPLE TERRACE
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ic Move-In specials 1
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PLANT CITY near hospi-
tal duplex 2BR, w/d,
$6O0. 813-752-3630
for info
I I | Houses I
I21 Unfurnished

BRANDON 4br 2'2ba. Ig
Incd yd 1465sf, newly
remodeled, excellent
schools great loc. Pets
ok. Aval NOW. $1150mo
& dep. 813-951-0740
BRANDON, Fishhawk,
4/3/3, 2305 sf, lawn
maint incl. Scrd lanai, Ig
conservation yard
$1800/mo. Avail now.
813-477-4069
Brandon North, 1 Homes,
Executive 3br, 2 ba on Ig
non sub treed lot. (Lawn
Main incl), FP, built in
kitchen apple, Ig until rm
sec. syst, well, septic &
spring syst. $125/mo.
in. 6 mo lease, 1st mo.
sec dep credit ref.
813-689-7161, Mon-Fri.
CARROLLWOOD4br 2.5ba
2cg, 1656 sf, pool, gated,
playground, sec sys,
ennis water inc. Er-
lich & ale Mabry, $1600
mo. 813-971-3747.
CARROLLWOOD III Re-
modeled 3,200 sqft lOrm
3bth Pool/Lanai, Out-
door Ktchn, FPlace, 3
Car Gar, Cul de Sac
(813)969-1484
CENTRAL Tampa,
Armenia & Sligh
$1200/mo 3br/2ba W/d
Hkup, block home,
carport, $1200/sec.
813-685-4169,244-1220
DAVIS ISLAND Live & play
on the island in 4br, 3ba
home near tennis cts
shopping, & greaf
schools. $1700/mo incl
lawn care. 813-251-5527
EAST TAMPA Quality
Renovated 2,3 &4bdrm
homes for rent CHA,
W/D. Low deostsec 8
req'd. Real [ 1.
813-601-4877
LAKELAND, Accepting
Polk County Section 6.
Close to Hwy 92/County
Line, 3/2 Newly Remod-
eled CH/A $625 mo in-
cludes water & garbage.
ALSO 2/1 New remod-
eled $450. 752-4869
Land 0 Lakes, Oakstead
Sub 2 store, 4br, 2/2 ba,
2cg,240Vsf, Lar e
FenceTYard,$1 ,90/mo
Lease Optlon Avail,
813-785-6394IN
LARGO Carlton Estates
near hospital, spacious
3br 3ba, W&D, generous
storage, Fla room, pet-
less, $1600 mo. annual.
727-593-5970.
LARGO-waterfront beau-
tiful 3/2/3 oo. spa, FP
Lakeside Esates, $1800.
727-397-1321. www.
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210n Houses
i2 "I Unfumished |

LUTZ Brand new home
2,000sf, 4BR, 2BA, 2Cd
on Livingston near
Bearrs Ave. No Pets, No
Smoking. $1,600/mo.
Call 813-971-3750
Lutz/Land O'Lakes
4/3/3 car, 2500sf, brand
new home in community
with pool. $1795/mo.
Call Jenny 813-956-1169
PALMA CEIA 2br lba,
Great Room, W/D
Hkups, Dishwaher,
HdWd & Tile Firs, Exc
Neigh Near Bayshore.
$1,200/mo 813-246-2222
PALMA CEIA
3503 Kensington, Plant
H.S. Dist., 3br, Iba,
1900sf, LRDR, Igfamily
room w/FP, W&D, D/W,
fenced back yard, effi-
cient CHA. $,10/mo.
813-837-3932 334-6298
PLANT CITY, 2 br,2 ba, LR,
DR, Idry, fncdyd. Totally
renovated. $925/mo +
dep. 941-792-3270
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PLANT CITY Brand New
4BR/2BA/2cG, 1569 sq ft
in Royal Hills of Turkey
Creek Rd. Split floor
plan, breakfast room,
dining area & great
room. W/D 'hoo-up,
walk-in closets. $995.
mo + $1000 deposit.
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on our website at
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Many locations.
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GeorginaThompson.
i 813-299-0162
South Tampa, must see!
3br/lba, approx 1200 sf,
totally renovovated WD
hkup, grt neighbd. $875
mo+ dep. 6324 S. Rich-
ard Av 813-380-6800
SOUTH TAMPA. Terrific
House! 3br 2ba, 1700 SF,
fenced, great fam room,
huge walk-in closets, Ig
shed, W&D $1150/mo.
813-404-2822; 839-1265
TAMPA
Attention Tenants
Houses for rent in Tampa
Section 8 OK
813-833-6898
USF area 3br 2ba. fenced
backyard, double at-
tached garage, W/D,
scrn porch, high ceil-
ings. $1100+ dep. Call
Angela 813-727-1832.
USF AREA, 3br 2ba car-
port, fenced backyard,
microwave, W/D hkup,
shed, $1080 mo. + dep.
Quiet neighborhood.
813-727-1832 Angela.
WESLEY CHAPEL 3/2 Dbl
Garage, Screened Patio,
W/D, Lawn Maint Inci,
Gated Community,
Pool/Rec Area 1650sf
$1,250/mo 813-758-4997
WESTCHASE-Gorgeous
4,000+ sq. ft. 2-story
executive home, 4br,
3ba, pool, on conserva-
tion. Available immedi-
ately. Call 813-368-5326
1212|1Condominiumil
BAYCREST, lbr condo.
waterfront w/ balcony,
tile, pergo firs, pool,
tennis, No Pets
No Smoking $700/mo +
dep 813-601-7355


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1212 I Condominluml
BAYSHORE, Lrg lbr, 1 V1ba
comp remodeled condo,
t ile, Stainless steel app,
gated security, pool,
W/D onprem,$950/mo
813 -765-5123
CARROLLWOOD 4br,
2.5ba, 2cg, 1,656 sf,
washer/dryer, gated,
tennis, pool, play-
ground, great schools.
$1725 mo. 813-361-8754
WESTCHASE New West
Park Village 3br/2ba
condo w/garage &balc.
Full-size W/D. Approx.
1400 SF. Great area!
Avail. immed. Short-
term OK. $1250 + sec.
dep. (813) 792-7518
1212AITownhouse
NEW TAMPA FOR RENT:
Brand new 2br, 2.5 ba,
1364sf plus lanai, up-
graded maple cabinets
in gated community with
pool. $925.727-742-3312
RIVERVIEW,Summerfield
Villa e, new, 3/2.5,
granitecountertops,
tile & carpet $1100mo +
1100 deposit.
813-643-7836
SOUTH TAMPA, New
TOWNHOME3BR, 2.5BA,
Security and sprinkler
systems, 2100SF, 4 car
garage, $1500/mo.
813-961-3504,949-0278
SOUTH TAMPA near Soho
beautiful 2br, 1T/zba,
WD, gated ctyd cov pkg
Available o0i/01/05.
1200mo+ I1modepreq
113-281-0217/956-0602
SOUTH TAMPA TH near
Bayshore & Howard
3br/2ba w/WD, W2W
carpet, all appliances,
exc location. $1350/mo
Call 813-679-7956
TOWN AND COUNTRY 2
br, 1.5 ba 1 car garage,
like new, $800/month,
$800
security deposit
813-924-2187
WESTCHASE Golf Course
3br/2.5ba + sitting
room, luxury town-
home, 2000 sf, garage,
$1750/month lease.
813-920-6055
NEW NEW 3BR, 2BA =
$(950 ncL. alarm & apple.
uated, pool comm., near
Brandon Town Square.
Crosstown Eip. & Hwy
75. Call 407-383-7463
Mobile
|2151 Homes

1Br Apts&&2Bedrm
Mobile Homes
Plant City 813-752-5234
DOVER AREA 3bd, 2ba,in
small mobile home park.
$265 bi-weekly, $530 de-
posit. Call 813-986-3173
DOVER, M.H. on private
lot, lawn care, water &
garbage included $550.
mo.813-659-1607
NEAR 1-4 & 301-1, 2 & 3
BR'S. $120-$140 weekly.
Some with utilities.
(813) 626-0820.,
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's &
1BR apt. RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813 754-6932
1 i Travel Trailer
1220 Lots For Rent
Plant City-2 & 3BRMH's&
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Services

i 290 1 Jobs Wanted
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Junk Cars, Anything I'LL
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Employment

I302 Management-
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i 305 I Professional |

SURVEILLANCE
INVESTIGATOR
needed to work in the
Central Fl area. Class ,C
or CC license required.
Fax resume to:
813-759-1370.
No phone calls PLEASE
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Register Now for
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training. Focus Is on
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Begins January 3rd. Job
op portunties available.
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To Register
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ARNP,ULIc.,
FT/PT for Leading Laser
Hair Removal Clinic,
Exc. Benefits. Please fax
resume to813-286-2293
CLE.RK, experience front
office for busy Doctor's
Office. Please fax re-
sume to 813-752-0194
CNA'S
Loveable, Dependable,
caregivers, Autumn
AssistLiving 1307 E.
Baker 813-752-1648
COLLECTORS NEEDED for
busy DME Billing Office.
Fax resumes toLincare:
813-621-5810
FAMILY HOME HEALTH
Is looMking for:
Business Development
Manager(s):Tampa Bay
area, excellent salary/
bonus structure, Home
Health experience a +.
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Tampa Bay Area
Benefits & incentive
package. Please fax re-
sume to: 813-752-6453
Atten: Karen Vickers
LPN/RN

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Family Atmosphere
Benefits 30 days
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813-788-7114 EOE DFWP
I Child Care
33' Positions

SITTER's Child Care E p.
CPR & Ist aide cert. back
ground scrn Flex hrs
www.safechildsitter.com
813-782-9076
| 340 | Hospitality I

APPLEBEE'S
of Plant City, now hiring
Hosts &Servers.
Acceptin Application
on-nri,2-4PM,
1204Towngates Court
KITCHEN HELP F/T. &
WaitressesApply in per-
son Chancy Catfish
Shack N. Park Rd
754-0477 or 752-7224
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1340 I Hospitality |
Mariner's Club
Bahia beach Resort
New resort property is
seeking enthusiastic
People for the following
positions:
P/T Fuel Dock/Store
SKitchen Night Cleaner
Line & Pantry Cooks
SDishwashers
*Bussers
* Servers
Accounting Clerk
*Receptionst/File Clerk
Applyin person at:
611 Destiny Drive
Ruskin, FI. EOE/DFWP
www.marinersclub
bahiabeach.com
WAITRESS-Fulltime
Experienced. Apply at
Snellgrove's Restauraunt
109 South Collins
35n I Clerical/ i
350 Secretarial
Jobs for2005!
Clerical positions
Plant City & Lakeland
www.itastaffim.com
813-754-5997
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any shift 24/7 days/wk
(Will work around
school schedule)
SStrong Computer/Tech-
nical Skills
Earn $10/hr after
training .
CALL OR APPLY ON-UNE
IMMEDIATELY
1-800-813-3528 www.
cailcenterwork.com
1360 iTrades
A/C Sheet Metal Duct In-
stallers of all levels
wanted for ig Mechani-
cal Contractor for multi-
ple job sites. School &
hospital new Construc-
tion exp a us. Great ca-
reer opp for motivated
persons. Exc benefits
Drug-free Company.
EOE M/F/D/V Call (866)
577-5710

13051 Professional [


gr UNIVERSITY OF
SOUTH FLORIDA
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#11125 COORDINATOR, ADVANCEMENTIALUMNI
(Assistant Director for Development) College of
Engineering. REQUIRES:Master's degree and two years
of alumni, donor relations and fund raising exp; or a bache-
lor's degree and four years of alumni, donor relations and fund
raising exp. Excellent written and verbal communications
skills; excellent interpersonal skills. PREFER higher educa-
tion exp and a successful track record of developing alumni
hnd/or development programs. Salary: $40,000. Apply by
12/22/04 to AliCi Slater-Haase, ENB118. ADAaccommoda-
r,.:-.r.i iCda-'. .-:'.41 slater@eng.usf.edu eng.usf.edu
e10130 SR. ACCOUNTANT, College of Public
Health Dean's Office. REQUIRES: Abachelor's degree
in Accounting, Business Administration or related area and 3
years of accounting/fiscal exp. Appropriate college course-
work may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required
experience. PREFER: USF financial systems and processes
experience; Microsoft Excel and Word exp; Banner, Fast exp;
Federal, State and USF guidelines exp. DESIRE: Able to work
effectively as part of a team; Ability to communicate effective-
ly, both orally and in writing. Knowledge of USF Administrative
policies and procedures; Ability to problem solve and make
decisions; Ability to work in and foster a customer- oriented
environment; ability to demonstrate creatively, innovation and
willingness to accept challenges. Bi-weekly Pay Range:
$1,014.28 1,217.13. Time Limited. Submit USF application
by 12/21/04 to HSC Human Resources, 12901 Bruce B.
Downs Blvd., Tampa, FL33612. ADA accommodations call
(813) 974-3870.
#9358 DIRECTOR, ADMISSIONS, Academic
Affairs. REQUIRES:Master's degree and six years college
and/or university exp or a baccalaureate degree and eight
years exp. Significant and progressively responsible exp in
university admissions is required with demonstrated success
in recruitment planning and the strategic use of financial aid.
Preference will be given to applicants with exp, at the level of
Director, in a large, complex, public, metropolitan-based
research university. Demonstrated commitment to enrolling
a high achieving, diverse student body Is essential. Excellent
analytical, organizational, oral and written communication and
presentational skills, along with a record of effective leader-
ship and success in team-building and budget management
are essential. Salary: Negotiable. Apply by 1/31/05 to Dr.
Stuart Silverman, ADM 226 or e-mail silvernnan@honors.usf.
edu. For ADA accommodations call (813) 974-3087.
#13318 & 13319 COMPUTER PROGRAMMER,
Mental Health Law & Polcl, FMHI. REQUIRES: HS
diploma and two years of programming experience.
Appropriate college course work or vocational/technical train-
ing may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required exp.
Two years experience in programming using Microsoft Visual
Basic and Microsoft SQL Server. Development experience in
three-tier database solutions. PREFER: Programming exp
within a research environment. Aprogramming competency
test will be required for applicants who receive Interviews.
Salary: $1,149.43- $1,417.63 bt-weekly. Apply by 1/3/05 to
Edita Dautovic, MHC 1102 or e-mail EDautovic@fmhi.usf.
edu. For ADA accommodations cal (813) 974-1918.
USF IS AN EO/EA/AA INSTITUTION D3355L


1360 1 Trades I
CARPENTER Drivers lic &
tools required. Int fram-
ing, tile drywall exp.
req'd.813-376-5172
Concrete Restoration
& Waterproofing
Exp unly.
813-758-9143
ELECTRICIANS- Lead men
& helpers. EXPERIENCE
& VALID DRIVERS LIC
REQ Benefits. Robertson
Electrical Services.
Seffner 622-7772. DFWP
FENCE INSTALLER, Exp'd,
subcontractor hor ourly
wages needed immed.
813-886-5097 267-5125
LeadMan. Experienced,
SS Fab shop, Benefits
Overtime. Call
813-247-3679
MECHANIC TRACTOR
EXP. Good Pay &
Benefits. Wilson Tractor
12140 US Hwy 301, Dade
City 352-567-5002
Plasterers, Hangers,
Framer Lathers,
Scaffold Erectors
needed.Top pay, great
benefits. Call KHS&S
813-249-1305 Mon-Fri
7:30-4:00.EOE,DFWP
Plumbers, HVAC Pipefflt-
ters & Certified Welders
of all levels wanted for
Lg Commercial Mechan-
ical Contractor for mul-
tiple job sites. School &
Hospital new Construc-
tion exp a plus. MedGas
Cert preferred. Great
career opp for motivat-
ed persons. Exc bene-
fits. Drug-free Compa-
ny. EOEM/F/D/V Call
(866) 577-5710
SOLDERERS. SMT needed
ASAP. Full time posi-
tions. 1st & 2nd shift
813-286-9888
Structural Steel Painters,
exp'd. Immed openings.
Long term work, UV
travel & per diem. Good
pay & bffs. 941-378-0080
secs-wireless.com
Welder/Fabricator.
Exp'd. SS Fab. Must read
prints. Up to $16/hr.OT.
Call 813-247-2835
WELDERS- Able to pass
3G flux core 7018 x-ray
test. Submerged arc a
plus. Call 813-677-7184
WOOD Laminate Floor
Installation. Helpers get
paid while being
trained. (813)323-5389
1370 Sales
retention



spherTion
Tampa, FL
Retention Specialists
Make Us A Part of Your
NewYear's Resolution
Spherion has teamed
with Stream to hire Re-
tention Specialist for
their growing Call Cen-
ter. The Stream Call
Center supports AOL
customers. Classes
starting 12/20 & 1/3!
The Ideal Candidate
Must:
Strong commission
sales skills
Must Be Able to Work
Between 8am-10pm
Mon-Sunday (Will work
around school sched-
ule)
Prior retention/save
exp. helpful
Persuasive abilities &
Resilience to handle irate
calls
Earn $9/hr training, $11
after 2 weeks, w/ com-
mission have
potential fQr $34K
CALL OR APPLY ON-LNE
IMMEDIATELY
1-800-813-3528 www.
calicenterwork.com
sales



spheTion
Tampa, FL
In-Bound Sales Reps
Make Your New Year's
Resolution Happen
Today!
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growing Call Center.
The Stream Call Center
supports AOL custom-
ers.
The Ideal Candidate
Must:
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*Must Be Ableto Work
Between 4am-2:30am
7days/wk(Will
workaround school
schedule)
*Be Reliable!
Have Strong Comm
Skills!
*Earn $9/hr+ comm.
upto $12-SlS/hr
Classes Start Before the
New Yearl
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3751 Driverl I
Delivery

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Package. Contractors &
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reg. Excellent wages,
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DRIVERS Needed for Con-
struction Co. CDL A and
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plus. Call Larkin
813-621-0851 DFWP
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ers needed! $1000 Bo-
nus for Exprience! Fexi-
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40%1k.hfh/dental ins, Pd
Holiday DB Trucking
(813) 247-3911 9-SPM or
www.dbtrucking.com
I38n Employment
380u General


I Driver;
375 Delivery

Drivers wanted local SE/
OTR. F/T, P/T, semi re-
tired ok. NEW DRIVER
PAY PACKAGE. Class A
CDL and 1 yr exp req.
Home of en. Also
looking for mechanics,
tire man wash rack fu-
elers etc. Call Safety
Dept for details.
WW Trucking Co.
1-800-275-6923 or
813-659-2888.
Have truck will work.
Make $150-$35/day./
Ton Pickup orBoxTruack.
Call 813-885-6236
OTR Driver, CDL A, Great
pay & benefits, clean
driving record.
813-740-8320 494-5469
SOMERLOTT TRUCKING
is now hiring local/long
distant, 2 yrs exp req.
Class A CD
813-478-7811
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VENDING ROUTE
Experience Required
Call for appt
813-764-8600
I1 Employment
380 General

CONSTRUCTION
& Farm workers $8. per
hour. Please call for de-
tail 813-737-4860
Customer Service, Tax
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Plant City area. Full-
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813-752.7668.
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FARM HAND needed for
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813-416-3162
General Laborers,
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$ DAILY WORKS
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219CookSt,Brandon FL
Labor Finders 657-7003
GENERAL Maintenance
help needed. F/T posi-
tion w/beneflts M-F in
Plant City. Must have
clean background and
driving record. Please
contact B. Brinson at
813-752-6508


HIRING

Help in Sandwich Shop
in Plant City Area.
813-737-3866
Spot Advertising Works
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HOUSEKEEPER needed, 1
day per wk, bilingual
perferred. Please call
or details. 813-737-4860
SECRET SHOPPERS
NEEDED
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Education

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Heavy Equipment Opera-
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at Central Florida Com-
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34461.

Merchandise

14001 Misc for Sale
ALL STEEL BLDGS
24X24 Was'$8,890, Sell
$3,990. 38x44 Was
$15,920 Sell $6,920.
48x60 Was $21,860, Sell
$9,860 Call Now! Joe
1-800-392-7817.
All TEMPUR Orthopedic
Memory Foam NASA
Mattresses, warranty.
Cost $1995 must sell
$3990, $499K. All sizes &
sets available. Shipped
813-493-1222,
727-733-9334 Toll Free
1-866-476-0282 Visit
website 20% off!
www.swedishbed-
ding.com
BATHTUB REFINISHING.
Renew / Change Color.
Tub, Tile, Sink &Chip Re-
pair Commercial & esi-
dential. 5 yrs. Warranty
Quick Response,
ensure& Serving Florida
Over 10yrs. "Florida's
Tub Doctor" 1-
888-686-9005
COAT Full lenght mink sz
14, $100. wooden rock-
ing chair $50.752-0361
Spot Advertising Works
I3 Employment
380 General


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1400 1 Misc for Sale |
Did you suffer a Heart
Attack, Stroke or
Kidney failure while
taking VIOXX? You may
have a claim worth
$250 ,0+. Call toll free
1-877-833-0926
(24 Hours.)
DIRECT FREE 3 ROOMS
SYSTEM installed &
delivered free. Say
goodbye to cable
forever + 3 months FREE
HBO/CINEMAX.
Call 1-800-694-8644
www.dtv2day.com
EXPRESS LONG DIS-
TANCE Moving to New
York, Ne England, & all
states in between. Cus-
tomer rated A+ Air ride
trucks. Free estimates &
friendly service. Reloca-
tion Specialists. (Lic.
# M C2999 38)
1-800-941-3767
FIREWOOD
Seasoned, split Oak.
Delivery or pick-up.
813-971-2577

HOME PHONE DISCON-
NECTED? Get Recon-
nected Fast! Or Call Be-
fore Disconnection.
From $29.99/mo. No De-
posit, No Credit Check.
Guaranteed Approval.
1-866-447-2489 Ameri-
can DialTone, Connect-
ing Customers Since
1999SeHablaEspanol
MAGNAVOX 52" Big
Screen TV with PIP.
$595. V EBONITE PROF
size 1 slate POOL TBL
w/all access. $995.
813-254-9829

Moving Sale
Refrigerator. bedroom
furniture kids' stuff,
etc.813-929-9620
You'll find value buys ad-
vertised in classified
400A Misc.
400A | Wanted

EXCESS AND SURPLUS
ELECTRONICS WANTED!
Audiovisual Automa-
tion, Bar Code, Business
Inventory, Central Of-
fice, Chips, Circuit
Boards, Comonents,
Controls, G.P.S. Insul.
Wire, I.P., Medical
Elects., Networking,
O.E.M. Elects., R.F., Tele-
com., Telephones, Test
Equip. Wireless. Tampa
(813) 888-6249 Toll Free
1-866-372-7270
We are opening a new
interpretive science
center soon that will be
visited by 15,000 Hillsb.
Co. school children. We
need donations of
taxidermied mounts of
native Fl. animals. All
donations are tax
deductible. Call Missy or
Bill 813-987-6969
ALWAYS BUYING CDs, Vi-
deo games Systems,
China, DVD VHS, Cole-
man Products, Old Toys
Disnej, Pampered Chef,
Campbell Soup Items,
Barbe Trains (813)

WANTED: 20 HOMES to
Show Off Our New Life-
time Etxtedor Paint. Call
Now to See ifYour Home
-800-672-7114,
(Uc#CBCO1O111)
$ Paying Cash $
for Video Games &
Systems/DVD's/Laptops
& access/Electronics.
863-420-6647

WANTED!
DTV/Dish Network
Will pay cash & pickup.
813-786-3006

I Pay Cash
for Dish Network
receivers. No direct TV.
(813) 909-2940
Spot Advertising Works
Records Wanted. 33's &
45's. Jazz, Blues, & Rock
N Roll. Must be in good
condition. Collections
Welcome. 813-681-3545
WILL PAY CASH
For old lunchboxes and
red sock collectables.
Call John: 813-832-6315
ALWAYS BUYING, 1 item
or house full, Antiques,
Collectibles, Furn., &
Misc. Prompt Service.
813-719-6336,659-2412
$$ PAID for all types of
jewelry. Looking for any
silver/gold merchan-
dise. Watches. Anything
of value! 727/804-7463
$ NEED CASH?$
WeSell For You On
eBay
Sell Your Unwanted Items
Call AJ. 813-353-1829
402 Antiques/ .
4021 Collectibles

Antique Wicker: Couch
$175, Rocker $100, Rd
night tbl $75, end table
$50, Lamp $100. Good
cond. 813-495-4924
AUTOGRAPHS John
Lynch, Bucs/Broncos,
Ben Roethlisberger
Pitts., great selection
from $29.95 w/coa.
Collector's Dream
Lakeland Square Mall
Holiday hours
1-4 & 98
863-858-3005


402 Antiques/
402 Collectibles
Coca Cola Machine
1950's, beautifully
restored, Vendo V81,
holds 81 bottles (beer or
coke). $6000.
813-926-1032
DESK- Antique Pre 1850
Edwardian, hand tool
leather top, well cared
for $1900 obo. Series
calls only 813-930-8131
DINING TABLE, Antique,
round pedestal solid
Oak, 2 leaves, 4 Chairs
w Cane seats. e'c. cond.
$1.300.813-685-8(141
LIONEL TRAINS & Others.
Bought & sold. New &
used. All gauges.
813-677-5008

Nascar Print- Framed
numbered Sam Bass
print. Signed by Dale
Earnhart usty Wallace
& Sam Bass. $700
Call 727-533-9270
RUSSIAN ART
WANTED
To rice paid
1-89-920-4715
Seashells, 50 yrs of
collecting. Mosi
identified and labeled.
Not beach specimens.
$2000 obo. 813-880-8496
i03l Kids Stuff I

"Wood Play"
Redwood play set
Sky Top 3 series..
Includes elevated deck
with sunroom below,
wave slide, rock wall
fire pole & ladder. 1Vz
yrs old, excellent cond.
New $3600 Asking $1800
813-982-0160
SWING SET- Wood w/ 2
swings, slide, monkey
bars and fort. You move.
paid $ 1700, sell $500.
813.973 3539
1406 | Jewelry I
BRACELET, diamond ten-
nis woman's, paid
$1100, asking $500.
WATCH, Movado man's,
aid $700, asking $350.
13-643-420.
DIAMOND, Ideal cut
round, EGL certified,
3.38 G color S13 clarity,
$14 ,500. Must Sell!
Call 917-674-9204
RING, Mens wedding ring,
Platinpm, 16 grams, size
10, 7mm, 6 diamonds,
comfort fit, $700obo.
Mike 813-505-0997
ROLEX- Men's SS-Gold,
OysterDatejust. Quick
set w/box, Thunderbird
bezel, Premium Slate
dial w/Roman Num.
TGLappr. $6450. Must
sell. $2750 813-973-4226
ROLEX President man's
watch, diamond bezel,
diamond face solid gold
$6500.813-417-9355.

Watch, Ladies "Tag", Tif-
fan, $1695, 1st $1195.
14kt box chain w/lg l4kt
nugg. w/.52 diam. $6k
1st $3K. 727-433-0312
WATCHES, Rolex, 18ct,
yellow gold president
absolutely perfect $9500
Rolex 18ct white gold
resident, diamond
ezel, worn once,$11K.
813-817-5500
ROLEX, Ladies 18K Gold
Presidential, diamond
bezel, rare mother of
pearl dial w/ diamonds,
double click, date just.
$7,500 OBO. 813-294-0076
1407 | Diamonds I
DIAMOND 2.56CT, Appr
@ $8,692 Sac $2,800 Fine
H color Must sell
727-545-4299
Diamond Platinum Ring,
1.07ct Retail at over
$9K. Selling $8K obo.
VS1, G color. Appraisal
papers incl. 813-632-0113
Diamond Platinum Ring,
amazing 3.35ct, center
stone 2.01 ct certified
appraised @ $17K, must
sell $8800,866-484-5723
Classified Ads Prices
well within sight A se-
lection that's just right!


14071 Diamonds I
Diamond PR 1 ct, H Color,
VS2, GIA Cert,
Set in Platinum
More Diamonds in stock.
V 813-629-60061
Wedding Ring, Wt Gold,
let Rndcolor-less Diam.
w/ Wedding wrap. Apr.
$8,500. Sacrafice $3,500
OBO. 813-468-1674
WHOLESALE
To The Public,
Tampadiamonds.com
813-486-6088
10nn Stamps-
408 Coins BooksI
COINS, Currency Bullion.
Buy Sell Trade Coin
Werx. Big Top Flea
Market D211 Sat & Sun
9a-4p 813-601-6940
Coins-Currency BUYING!
Tampa's Oldest Coin
Store. Top Dollar Paid,
Cash. 5802 N Armenia
813-879-6670
WE BUY COINS!
Buying, selling, trading!
Over 38yrs exp. Buying
Silver & Gold coins. We
pay top $$. 813-792-2493
or 727-455-6196
14101 Furniture

BED $100
A absolute bargain Qu p/t
matt SET. New in plastic
w/warr. Can del 870-0070
BED $100
A brand name, full/queen
pillowtop Mattress set,
King $195, new in plastic
with warranty can
deliver. 813-486-2955
BED $100
Double sided Qn pillow
top, new, still in plastic,
can del. 813-926-8507
BED $150
A babe soft Qu pillow top
ALL NEW;in plastic
w/warr -can deliver.
813-380-6021
BED $185 KING
A dbl sided pillowtop
matt set New, in plastic
w/warr. Can deliver.
813-870-0070
BED $250
All cherry sleigh bed,
solid wd. new, still in
boxes. Must Sacrifice!
813-870-0070. Can del.
BED $275
Hi-End Pillow Top Set
Brand New In Plastic w/
Warr. Retail $1300. Can
Del. 813-478-8995
BED $300
MEMORY FOAM SET
New. Qu coiless set. As
seen on TV w/warr.
Can deliver. 813-870-0070
BED $425
Memory Foam Mattress,
10", developed by NASA,
as seen on TV.25 yr.
warranty, new in plastic.
Can deliver. 813-363-0097
BED $70
A full size matt. set. New
in plastic w/warr. Can
deliver. 813-251-3134
BED $80
A Queen plusth top,
mattress set. New in
plastic w/warranty. Can
deliver. 813-251-3134
BED $90
A brand name, full or
queen Orthopedic
Mattress Set, new in
plastic with warranty,
can deliver. 813-486-2955
BED $99
All Plush Qu Set..New In
Plastic. Can Deliver.
813-727-5223
Bedrm Set, Dining Rm set
Loveseat/chair, 2 R16
tires etc. Items $300 or
less. Moving must sell
813-653-0434
BEDROOM $1000
All cherry wd sleigh bd, 2
ngtstnds, drsr mirror,
chest, new, retail $3K,
Can del. 813-870-0070


14101 Furniture

BEDROOM $1550
Cherry n 4 foster set.
New in box. Can deliver.
www. solidwood
bedrooms.com
813-926-8507

BEDROOM $399
A brand new cherry set.
New in box. Can deliver.
S813-870-0070

BEDROOM $999
Qu. Poster Bd, 2 N.S.
Dresser Mirror & Chest,
New, 813-478-8995
BEDROOM 1-10pc
King
Solid Mahogany no ve-
neers, light/dark finish.
4 poster/sleigh. All
drawers American
dovetail, never used still
in box. Includes largeTV
armoire. Can deliver
cost $9,000 sell $3,900.
www.solidwood
bedroorhs.com
813-293-7621

BEDROOM 1-10pc
All Cherry Qu 4 Poster Bd
w/Lg Armoire. New In
Box. Retail $9K. Sell
$2995.813-478-8995
Bedroom 8pc King
Solid wood. Dovetail con-
struction. New in box.
Cost $3700; sell $1550.
813-293-7621
Bedroom 8pc King
Solid wood. Dovetail con-
struction. New in box.
Cost $3700; sell $1950.
813-293-7621
Bedroom Set, 6 c, solid
cherry Henredion kg.
w/g coil posture bond
mat & box spring, S1800
727-84 -7447
BEDROOM SET-KING Sol-
id Pine Lg piece Ar-
moire, Chest, 2 Nt
Stands. ExcCond.$1,500
Evenings(813) 991-5716
Bedroom set, wickerfrom
Leaders, barely used, 5
pcs, incr2 large mirrors,
exc condo, pd$ 1860; ask-
ing $400 813-238-1024
BEDS AAA+ TEMPUR
Ortho-PEDICNasa
Memory Foam Mattress.
AsonTV 10OYrWTY
Qcost$1699 sell$399,
'K cost.$1899 sell $499
Can Deliver Statewide!
All Sizes Avail + P. Tops
AIR & ADJUSTABLE %
WHOLESALE Prices
SWEDISH BEDDING.COM
813-493-1222
727-733-9334
866-476-0289 ANYTIME!
COMPUTER DESK w/Cre-
denza, Light Pine, 4
drawers, lots of storage,
L shape, Dual Access,
$8001 813-472-9431
Couch $425 Love $400
Chair $300. New Leather
Italian Top Grain
Can Del. 813-870-0070
Couch, big chair
ottoman. Natural camel
color Ithr. Bought at
Galloways. $700 for all.
813-831-4661
COUCH & CHAIR, putty
broadcloth from Nor-
walk, $300 for both. Can
deliver. Please call:
W 813-779-3271*
Curio European 2 dr-
glass/oak. Collectors.
Valued $5K. First $2795.
2 wicker tables. $250 for
set obo 727-433-0312
DAY BED $275.
Complete with frame, 2
mattresses, trundle, all
new in boxes. Can deliv-
er. 813-486-2955

DAYBED
Complete w/pop-up
trundle & 2 twin matts.
never used, sacrifice
$275 can del 813-926-8507
Desk-Rolltop. Large
Mahoghany from
Germany. Excellent
condition. $700
813-884-0395
You'll find value buys ad-
vertised in classified


DECEMBER 16, 2004 *THE tOURlER l 23

14101 Fumiture I 1410 | Fumiture I

DINING $950 SOFA
All cherry Queen Anne Large, 6 piece, 2 lounger,
style. Never used, still in L-shaped, tan leather.
box. Must Sacrifice! Can $700 813-932-0114
deliver.813-251-3134 SOFA & LOVE SEAT by
Jackson & CHAIR by
DINING 11PC Drexel Heritage 6,mos
All Cherry 92" Tbl, 6 Qu. old, paid $1500, asking
Anne Chrs & China Cab. $475. Call 813-963-0650
New! Cost $6K. ell $1499.
813-478-8995 SOFA/LOVE SET
DINING ROOM SET $800 All Italian top grain
exc cond oval tbf, solid leather set. New in
oak, dbl pedestal, plastic. Only $825. Can
48"wx67"Il18 leaf, also deliver 813-870-0070
18"-Lazy Susan, 6 side
chrs. 2 antique whicker Table Hand Made Chest-
rockingchrs oodcond, nut and Oak 37x81 Ta-
$125ea. 813-835-1482 ble good for conferenc-
es/meetings. $2000. Call
DINING Set,formal oak 813-253-0916,51-3220
w/ 6 chrs, match china
cab & hutch $1200;
Formal liv rm, couch, WHOLESALE
sofa, chair, 2 end tbls,
coffee tbl $1200; all 1 yr TO THEPUBUC
new a never been
used, 813-781-1113 full bxspng/mat $159
DINING TABLE with 8 4 Drawer Chest, Head-
chairs, 2 leaves, bassett board-. $289.
cherry maple, $1,200. Bunk Beds-- $195.
Can deliver. Call Sofa & Loveseat. Metro
813-779-3271 Fiber Fabric, Earthtones

Entertainment Ctr ou r
All wood, cherry finish, 115B&BOTLEVERSST
lighted w/beveledglass PLANli.E Y
doors, accommodates 813-75-5
up to 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER GREAT BARGAIN!! LARGE
USED, sell for $1650. Can CUSTOM BUILT MICRO-
deliver.813-293-1743 WAVE CABINET. 2
FALL SALE. Wicker Dining LARGE DRAWERS & 2
rm Living&BedrmSets LARGE CABINETS TOP &
Paiofurniture, access& BOTTOM PECAN $500
gifts. Call 813-948-4802 us el88-(819473)
FURNITURE- Couch, I
Recliner, Hide-a-bed, 416 Appliances |
Waterbeds, Decorative
Items. Calf for details Appliances-Absolute
813-689-1996 Lowest $ Guaranteed.
FURNITURE Delivery. Woody's
FURNITURE iances, $74.50up
NORTH CAROLINA FURNI- 74'Broadway626-7
TURE. AFTER MARKET 8307 Armenia 33-8288.
SAMPLES. 40% OFF ON
MAJOR MANUFACTUR- APPLIANCES BES T PRIC-
ERS SUCH AS BERN- ES IN TOWN! Large se-
HARDT STANLEY, election of washers, dry-
AMERICAN DREW & ers, stoves & refngera-
MORE. 813-630-4744 tors. $79.50 & up. War-
FURNITURE SALE ranty & derwery inlim-
Store Liquidation 40% its. Don't gamble, know
OffAllFurnishings. your dealer! 45yrs exp
Tom 813-294-P627 M Broadway 626-M7
Chris 727-643-6431 8307 Amneia933-8288.
FURNITURE Two tall Pictureyourhomeinclas-
Bookshelves, TV/Com- sifiedw/anadoontheBuy-
puterArmoire. Likenew. her's Choice photo page
$200 Must Sell, (813) ;,i:n:iii;:iniii
05-2767

FUTON $200. CII
Oak with extra thick
mattress. New in boxes.
Can deliver. 813-486-2955 U iER
FUTON
Medium oak, honey fin-
ish, 9 layer matt, new in
box, cost $625, sell $285
813-293-1743
Master bedroom, living &
dining rm, w/ accesso-
ries, kitchen set, many
extras. Retirement. Cal
forappL.813 792-0276 1411 Super Savers
MATTRESS $100 2 Power Wheel 4x4 trucks
Baby soft plush top 13-7374029on $50
set in plastic w/ warr.
KING $180.Can BLACK & Decker Work
deliver 813-870-0070 Mate 550. Like New $50.
813-752-2560
MATTRESS $100. Boxspring/mattress,tw
A brand name, full/queen frame, bookcase head-
pillowtop Mattress Set, board, $100.754-9230
King $195, new in plas-
tic with warranty. Can CHINA Cabinet, large
deliver. 813-486-2955 1970's w/li ht. $150
OBO. 813-752-9764
MATTRESS (1-2PC) COAT Full lenght mink
Extra thick Qn Ortho P/T sz14,$100.
set, new still in plastic, 813-752-0361
retail $1195, sacrifice GYM Equip, Weider 9925.
$250. Can deliver. Pullies + free weights
813-926-8507 $150obo. 719-9049
Kubota Shp, mower ele
Sofa $200 Love 175 manual s107-0788
Chair $150..Uphol. New
still in plastic w/warr LOVE seat & Sofa w/pil-
Must sell! 813-251-3134 lows Blue $175
Can deliver. 813-737-4029
SOFA $300 Refrigerator 21 cu ft Ken-
more Available 12/18
MICROFIBERSET $150. OBO.Rob 967-7489
Sofa $300. Love $290. STEP 2 playhouse climber
Chair $185. New still in w/swing extension
box w/warr. Family $250.813-737-4029
friendly. 813-870-0070
Can deliver. Suit, Ladies, worn once
Sz 10, Red. Pd $150. Sell
SOFA CHAIR & OTTO- $65.813-754-3371
MAN, Chocolate Brown
leather. 2 years old. WOODEN ROCKER
From American Signa- $50.00
ture.$950.813-786-5556 813-752-0361


Direct business


to your door.

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Business and Service Directory
in Sunbelt Publications.

Deadline is Wednesday,
prior to the publication date.


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24 Tl4EiMOOR19t DECEMBER,1-6:204


1416 I Appliances
, ** APPLIANCES *t
USED WITH WARRANTY
From $99*
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
4000 W. Kennedy
281-0777
PARTS TODAY
11900 N. Nebraska
972-4242
Appliances-Wholesale
10os of used late mod-
Sels, most working. All
must go. 727-459-2537

COOLER Hobart single
door, S9, $400 works
excellent
813-781-1113
Selling a guitar can be
easier than playing it
Place your ad in Musical
instruments, class 420.
Mom & Pops Applianc-
es $75 & up, W/D, Stove
& Refr. 10014 30th St
Free Delivery
813-632-9620; 335-5788
VACUUM RAINBOW SE
with attachments, very
clean, excellent condo,
used very little. $375
813-334-7876
WASHER & DRYER
$225/set, $125 ea. Al-
mond Stove $165. Guar-
anteed Delivery
avail. 813-382-8615
Spot Advertising Works
WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
Don 813-300-6714

418 Conditioners

A/C New in Box
Complete stems
installed 2 ton $1695;
2 t ton $1795- 3 ton
$1895; *3 ton $1995;
.4 ton $2095;- 5 ton
$2195. 5 yrs warr on all
parts. Used Ac's avail 21
Syrs exp. State cert. Lic#
CAC057499 Call Mike:
813-235-3991
FALL BLOWOUT
On all AC &Heat pump
systems new in box with
factory warranty @
wholesale prices.
Example: Split 2ton $747
3ton $861,4ton $994,
Free Delivery,
727-243-4493 or
352-302-2879


4181 Conditioners
2004 Close out Specials!
A/C new in box. Syr Fact
Warrty All Homes, Siz-
es: M.Homes, 2-ton
$790, 22 -ton $840, 3-
ton $890,- 3-ton $970,
Prof. Install Lic RMOO-
31291 813/453-9033
A/C's Wholesale
WINTER SALE
Homes & Mobile Homes
2 ton, $780.2 /ton $830,
3 ton $880, 3 ton $960,
4 ton $1050.
Credit cards OK.
727-505-8738
NEW ** S/DENT
RECONDITIONED UNITS
You Deserve the Best
Prices, Service & In-
stalls. We Do It RhtThe
First Time! #RA0039944
REMINGTON AIR 971-2206
Used Mobile Home & Cen-
tral Systems. 2-5 tons.
$200 & up w/warranty.
Can Install. Repair work
also. NTA CAC 1813656.
813-748-9265 3 907-3838
N4-n Musical
420 I Instruments
Amp/)DJ Equip, Speakers
recess Mics, Lihting
Best Rental Selection in
Bay Area. Ask about our
do it yourself DJ pkg.
Beamworks Inc. Rentals
& Sales. (813)855-0709
beamworksinc.com

BASS & GUITARS
BAY AREA'S BEST!
NEW- USED-VINTAGE
REPAIRS LESSONS
BUY SELL- TRADE
LEGENDS 813-348-0688M
DRUMS DRUMS
AJ's Pro Percussion
New Used -Vintage
Drum Lessons
We Buy Drums Anything
Call AJ. 813-353-1829
GUITAR, Elec Silver Tone,
w/ amp, Sears & Roe-
buck, all orig, $400;
Martin Sigma acoustic
$300813-781-1113
GUITAR FENDER Strat
Modify American Hot
rod Pickup. Hard case,
great condition, $290.
(863) 646-0635.

GUITAR
Yamaha AEX500 classical
electric new condition
Blonde$499 813-843-8151


40n Musical |
420 Instruments
GUITARS (Ac/El)
Ovation Custom Elite
Cherry Burst
Taylor Nylon NS-42
Ovangkol/Spruce
BOTH MINT! w/HSC
$900 ea OBO813-927-3272
Guitars. Bango's,
Mandolin's, Violin's,
Dobro style Guitar's,
Guitars.
Panther Equipment
813-621-3122
PIANO 1932 RESTORED
KIMBALL BABY GRAND.
EBONY 5'8" 5,700 Must
Sell, (813) 225-2631
PIANO 1954 Wurlitzer
Spinet blond oak
w/bench exc cond, $895
obo. 813-391-7006.
Will deliver.
PIANO-ANTIQUE
Steinway Upright
w/bench. Very nice.
$500 cash, buyer moves.
(813) 651-4194
PIANO Currier, spinet up-
right, One owner $700.
OBO.813-752-2560
PIANO for Christmas
gorgeous White & Gold
Baldwin upright
w/bench $3500.
813-312-9697
PIANO Kohler& Campbell
New Yorker Upright
Beautiful, anti ue, 60 +
yrs, maple finish in
une, playswell. $750
13-948-1630
PIANO'S Steinway L, Exc
Cond, $13,500; Yamaha
Baby Grand, sounds &
plays great $4500.
727-542-0132
PIANO'S Yamaha's Certi-
fied Used 10 yr Warran-
ty. C-3 $10Ok. 5'8' new
dsk player 11k, G-3
black $4500, U-3 52'stu-
dio $2500. Over 200 to
choose. 888-600-5188.
PIANO SALE NN
Best Prices In Tpa Bay
Specials/Close Outs
New, Used, Rent
Yamaha, Kawai & More
Owner/Operator 27 Yrs
Call 813-855-1227
PIANO, Spinet, Henry
Miller w/bench, good
cond. $500.
813-852-2066

CLASSIFIED
WORKS!


In Musical
420 Instruments
PIANO, upright, like new,
pecan cab was $1500,
now $795. Includes
bench, you move. Appt
only eve's 839-5901.
VIOLINS New $100 Ger-
man $150. Viola $150.
Cellos $319. Cases &
Bows. Mandolins $120.
Guitars $150. Trumpets
Clarinets & Flutes $199
Del avail 727-945-9427
Low cost, expert repairs
YAMAHA CVP-207, many
digital voices, like new,
Ibtrk recording, singa-
long mode/color video
scrn $4300 941-746-8076
I Sewing
422 Machines I
Huskqvarna viking Lil
545 + iuiIt kit. Exc $699.
Attractive custom cut-
ting table with storage
$250 813-960-4551
SEWING MACHINE,
Brother PaceSetter NX
600, computerized, 1
y ear old, attachments.
500.813-737-2105.
SWF COMMERCIAL EM-
BROIDERY MACHINE
-12 needle, software
frames, like new! $7,900
(813)986-1945
1423 1 Clothing
Coat- Mink, "elegant"
Ranch, full length, Saks
ap pr. K.st $6K."lof
a kind designer gowns,
6-12,$50+ .727-433-0312
.g Radio, TV, &
S" Stereo I

FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
SYSTEM includes stan-
dard installation 2
MONTHS FREE HBO& Ci-
nemax! Access to over
225 channels! Limited
time offer. S&H. Restric-
tions Apply. (866)500-
4056.
FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
SYSTEM, Including
Standard Installation! 4
Months Free Progam-
ming. Total Choice Pre-
mier with Local Chan-
nels. Over 205 Channels!
With Subscription to
NFL Sunday Ticket, $360
Value! Can Now to Or-
der! Direct Satellite TV
1-800-823-8595.
CLASSIFIED WORKS


424 Radio, TV, &
424I Stereo |
Speakers- Pristine Oiled
Oak Klipschorns, senior
owned. Over $6,000
new. $2500.
Call 727-533-9270
TV'S VCR'S STEREO'S
CD & DVD Players
**$29.99 **
Sam's Pawn 813-932-7999
1505 W. Busch Blvd.
I WANT TO BUY non-
working Big Screen
Televisions. Please
Call 813-986-1229

I WANT TO BUY any audio
& video electronics;
Bose. Macintosh. Krell.
any manufacturer Casn.
727-643-6661
14271 Electronics
FOR the best prices &
selection n your car &
home electronics come
and visit us at www.
jcmr-electronics.com
428 Medical
4281Equip.

aerobicisers
Power Chairs & Scooters
Beds, Lift Chairs & More!
You May Qualify at
NO COST TO YOU!
813-269-8049
MEDICARE/MCAID/INS
Did you suffer a Heart At-
tack, Stroke or Kidney
failure while taking
VIOXX? You may have a
claim worth $250,000+
Call toll free
1-877-833-0926
(24 hours)
Exerciser for upper body,
Schwinn Aerodyne
wheelchair access, new
$700.813935-0159
LEGEND (2000) 3 Wheel
scooter with Bruno lift.
$2500. OBO. Good Con-
dition. Call 863-858-7490
SCOOTER, electric, Jazzy,
model 1121, never used,
w/ramp, battery
charger etc. $2300.
SCOOTER Pride Go-Go.
Almost new. Must sell.
$800 obo.
813-237-0289
Want Ads


I428 Medical
428 Equip.

SCOOTER RASCAL 3
wheel heavy Duty. used
less than one hour since
new. Includes electric
lift. $2,900 OBO
813-645-9392
SCOOTER-Seniors, elec-
tric, heavy duty 3-wheel
Rascal, exc cond with
lift orig. $5300, asking
$1,700ob0. 813-920-2116

I4301 & Furniture

70 HAWORTH 6X8 Corner
Cubicles, 2 peds, 0/H &
Shelf Gray $595 inst.
Call Chuck 966-1072
5203 S. LoisAve.Tpa
Bookcases, Chairs,
Desks, Files, Conf Ta-
bles Copiers. New,
Used Scratch & Dent
635.9255 / 5414 N 56th
Business Phone Systems
New & Used, Installed
1 Year Warranty, AT&T -
Norstar, also Voice Mail
Systems 813-985-5011
Chairs! Chairs! Chairs!
Over 500 used chairs in
stock. Multi functional
mid bck chair $59, much
more! EOF 813-877-9317
OFFICE FURNITURE FOR
SALE 15 small oak L
shaped desks, $65 each.
15 gray tweed task
chairs, $40 each. 4 sec.
desks 3 w/right returns
and 1 w/left return,
cherry wood, $125 each.
4 high back leather
armed swivel adjust-
able chairs, $50 each. Or
make offer for all. Call
Herschel 813-926-2727
or stop by office at 8506
N. Mohley Rd in Odessa.
I431 Computers & |
I Equipment I
$99 Internet Ready
Computer. Laptops
starting at $149. 21
monitors starting at $99
New systems starting at
$299.2316 W.Linebaugh
PC Services 931.4976
A NEW COMPUTER
BUT NO CASH?
You're APPROVED
Guaranteed! *NO CREDIT
CHECK- Bad Credit-
Bankruptcy OK.
1-800-420-03261OA-9P
EST Mon-Fri. *Checking
Account Reauired.
www.pcs4all.com


431 computer & 432 Commercial
1 I Equipment | '" Equipment
COMPUTER REPAIRS $45 BANDSAWPowermatic 2
Flatrate, Notper hour speed/variable, blade
ISORM.com Computers welder, 19in throat,
14918 North Florida Ave three phase, $,600obo.
SMF 10-7 (813) 264-0408 813-340-3554 after 4.
Computers $299 & Up 1 Restaurant/
Pars & accessoriesat 4341 Hotel Equip
wholesale prices. www. H i
atozincomputer.com
813-643-6958 BOOTHS from former
Denny's & Perkins, Ho-
Gaming Computers AMD bart 60 Quart mixer, Piz-
2800, 1gig RAM, Gf5700- za Ovens 4 & 6 burner
256m vid 80g SATA ranges, Walk-in cooler.
RAID 19-inch graphic 727-741-6571
monitor, WinXP-Pro re-
furb $1,099 OBO, (813) Espresso Machines, -
765-7207 home comm business
Great holiday gift. Im-
Where on earth can you orted It coffee 813
buy, sell or find, almost MSI Espresso Service
anything? Classified, of Co. 813-655-0952
course! t's the market-
place of choice. SPOT

Laptop Beov Whole$ale ADVERTISING
New/Used! Dell IBM!
Beat all prices. Wireless WORKS!
Internet, Lthr case avail.
**STARTING@ $299- HOBART mixer 80qt, sin-
r 100% FINANCING glephase,$4,800.
CALL 813-468-5278 HOBART mixer 20qt $900.
www.buzztech.net 4ft meat case $800. Call
Laptop Sale! G-way 5300, 727-207-4377
Pill 750. 128 ram, 10 gig HOBART Mixers, Glass
hd, CDrom,modem, an, Door Coolers Grills
win98 $400 + tax. Chris Stoves, Pizza Ovens, &
813-884-4433 ext 242 walk-in coolers. Call
New AMD Sempron 2400 727-581-9293
Computer System USED Kettles, Tilt Skillets,
$499.95. Free DVD Ovens, Steamers,
burner and DVD copy Combis, Sinks, Slicers,
software. 813-832-1374 Mixers, Refrigerators,
You can unload your Proofers, Coffee
washer with an ad in ap- Gri ders, Cash
pliances, class416. Registers, and Ice
Cream Equipment.
Steelcase Workstations 727-392-1900
H, 45" Corner wh 1 Picture ourhomeinclas-
shelf, 1 BBF & 1FF Ped. sifiedw/anadontheBuy-
Set upinpodsof 4.a$750 her's Choice photo page.
ea installed. CallMatt@ BUDGET EQUIPMENT
727-647-1853 RESTAURANT EQUIP.
24/7 RELIABLE ON-SITE NEW & USED- BUY& SELL
Computer Support 15510 N. Nebraska
TODAY! M-Sat. 813-978-8085
SPECIALS Store
CD-RW/w Nero..........$33 Sre
Round IDE Cables......... $5 435 Fixtures-
Systemsstartingat.. $279 Equipment
813-966-1802
Computers-Two high end DISPLAY CASES
many features, hard- DISPLAY CASES,
ware plus monitor. $650 USED CLOTHES RACKS
or trade for good note- SHELVES COUNTERS.
book. 813-888-7113 WHSE FULL 813-886-8400
Rent To Own Compters! DISP
Bad credit MK DISPLAY CASES,
$12.25/week USED CLOTHES RACKS
ww*ae Co m SHELVES COUNTERS.
72 I7t8 WHSE FULL 813-886-8400


1440 Builder's
440 upplies
1 &2 American Oak Floor-
ing Wholesale from the
Original Guy who start-
ed in this section. I buy
flooring from all over
the world no Middle-
man. I have more prod-
ucts in stock than any-
one that will sell to the
public. Containers of
Wood, Laminate, Ce-
ramic starting at .99 sf.
Come where the build-
ers & 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, root
gkg, Galvalume-Plus,
nap-Lock Panels. Easy
to install Visa/MC
accepted. 813-224-9060
All Real Wood Pine Floor-
ing Truck Load SALE.
Bundle quantities cabin
& better grade t&g
flooring or Vgroove
Beaded for walls & ceil-
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(35746) And Friendly Svc. Holiday enge.60" deck, $7000. 813-929-0465. ALLON 2M s l $550 (813) 973-1400 Poodle, Bichon,
METAL ROOFING SAVE "a4ane 60 d6,6 CHIWEENIEPUPS bk wht, OP, home Min Schnauzer, Boston Breeding Birds Jend Garage, Yard
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in stock with all Acces- HUNT CLUB Green Top hlthcert.HoldforXmas. PEKINGESE PUPS CKC space? Then unplugComplimentary VetExam 727-492-0223uiries only.
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788-2520 Z'hi Is Orange-Tangerine-Fig 352-591-2271 813-986-6501;:833-767 ROTTWEILERS, German, ken, friendly good withm-
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P esePOOLTABLE$1,685 dappeM&F home bloodline.lstlitter,9/26 SCHNAUZERMis AK, Maltese, ready 12/15. Adult breeders. Sand- Shannon Ave Fri & Sat
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New ino sn it PHnt a cars. 352-303-1631 oodlines, PO, war- Family raised. See 2 puppies-.50 Teac mpa -Ev1 Many colors. Queen Sleeer Sofa, Call (86) 537-1927
$400 cash 813-931-9738 Hunts available. Quail 321-377-4370. rn dep, $800. pictures: .w w.mccartys 813-641-7072 or mas Eve.M HC, lSrS.ot ueen e eper ,Sof fee
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$1,o.813-783-4526 Emet 52-542-2040 Taking $100 de ready home raised, loving to go 1./21, POP, reg 1 e to goor d h-ome. Spay- .
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PaintSprayer, new elec Complete Home Fitness BEAGLE PUPS AKC, small GOLDENDOODLE, black.& 352-567-0507 813-244-4o56, Lv. Mssg. cines (813) 963-6612 Desk Chair, a s o- U Pick tomatoes, Artesian
uprinhtu 3/ HP, al oom gym treamil parents, champion blo sed fa, Iron Chairs, imed Farms, 30th St. S.E.
ac aner P0 elliptical, w bench show line, sots blonds, low spread ed Nose Pitbull Puppies TERRIER PUPS AKC T TE O674. Ruskin behind KFC.
mGold Contr. eries Pd Neveru2se.0 s sweet. Rey A Xmas, shots, wormed, Red/.White & Brendle/ Cairns&Scotties Stchen&Misc. Open 8-5k 7 days/wk.
$800. Sell for $600 obo Sell Set or Each. 500. Alsorta sall ul fR t 1000 w e. 12 Weeks l Seepictures: www. spayed/ne d, d, 813-645-3211
813-788-3903 1-888-397-3529 for de- female&2minifemales, 2M. Gorgeous! $150. mccartysterriers.com wormed&shots.To JOHNNYJONES
IACtails.LookingBforoffers. AKC ready now. HAVANESE Havanese 813-239-7801 352-591-2271- goodhomes813-254-4975 AU89AB8S WantAds
TROWEL MACHINE 813-193-8889-8 5-2175. pups, akc, www. bella-
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hrsused,2saucerdiscs. Pacific Fitness, at bar, BLOODHOUND PUPS iaavae2- co1 o
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$9000813-765-0180 .iS ..bstack $200. Exer- males, red. Health certs.
cise hike, chwin elec. $600 HAVANESE PUP AKC, 1 ,
Air RPM/timer $75. Call 352-542-2040 Male, 5 mos. hlthcert.,
o on..... 813-645-3790 shots, adorable & sweet
4 Compressors Border Collie Pups ABCA ersonality. $600.
Pre-Owned Exercice Chocolate or bWk&wht. 913.782-654
AIR COMPRESSOR, In er- Equipment Liquidation. Beautiful, intelligent top
hoses, bits, oiler & 901b recumbent & uprighi $500.352-726-7900 Pueppiees, males,
jack hammer bikes, steppers&more. Border Collies, AKC, c .4067880
813-872-0900 Must Sell.813-265-1250 chamin sired Blk/Wht, 8130982-2277
I A IMachinery TREADM L Pet Show. Adults avail.
4491 i neryE A I TREADMILL $400-$850.941-776-1101 JACK RUSSELL PUPS E R E'ER PLU
Extra wide, heavy duty, www.callmefarms.com very, cute, smooth coat,
Auto. Lift, 2 Posts $1700 813-417-6374:870-2021 BOTO TRIR 813-727-1484
Ammco Brake Lathe 2-M, 1-F. AKC ineg.Rea -I
$2400 14521 Bicycle/Svcs I Decp17th.s akingN, Blaca, P tyypsweet,
FMC Brake Lathe $1700 Ideposits $5 LAB, Black, verysweet,
727-458-0639 BIKES, 2 mens: 21spd 863-859-0868 housetrained months atenm elcisnlu gtse- - ste
AUTOMOTIVE LIFT- Cannondale Shimano Boston Terriers, AKC tallt727-492-4158
9,0001bs capacity 2 600 & 248pd Road Bike must sell. 3 males, 3
posts, asking $1,506 or 55cm $47SV Fuji ShE- females, 1-3 yrs old.
Bestoffer.Pleasecall Imano Sora Road Bike Asking$350 LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
64cm,$400813-817-5428 352-79-8771 wormed, vet cert. Block mmmm Tampa 5604 N. Hesperides Tampa 6016 Gunn Hwy.
813-831-9997 I453 What's Fine I BOUVIER DES FLANDRES ead, champ.abkgrd. W Tampa -5001 Memorial Hwy. Tampa -6845 N. 22nd St.
BOBCAT F220 w/ Grap- fawn puppies, CH sired, randparents on site. Tampa 8801 Memorial Hwy. Tampa 10815 N. Nebraska Ave.
Financing Brand new. great indoor cat, Free to Loyal, intelligent pro-7 2 Tampa -10601 Sheldon Rd. Tampa -3560 Waters Ave.
Mu. Bre a nmed due wo good nome.813-4930875 tective family 1do.850. LABRADOODLE TO YOR-
deed restr.813-496-9894 813) 986-2622/ KIE. HOLIDAY PUPS! To E NTampa 12049 W. Linebaugh Ave. Tampa- 4001 W. Waters Ave.
FORKLIFT, 1989-500010 n 456 1 Health ts 1;www.S3RKENNE1S wo m Cudd l .Ca er0r Tampa 6008 W. Linebaugh Ave. Tampa 5522 W. Waters Ave.
Yale, 184" mast side Product www.SLRKENNELS.com Maltese $700-$120.
shift, 4500;199550001b BOXER Christmas pups, cuddly Cavalier $900- Brandon -1020 Kings Ave. Tampa 4901W. Linebaugh Ave. Tampa 2320 W. Waters Ave.
Hvster, 184 mast. side *VIAGRA* Prescription $700, AKC, health certs, $950-$1S00. Baby Poms Brandon -1531 E. Brandon Blvd. Tampa 2301W. Linebaugh Ave. Tampa 824 W. Waters Ave.
shift, great cond$6500 Strength Alternative (30 Male & female, ador- -$50$8. Labradoodle
Call Greg 813-453-5880 blue tabs 100mg $89.95) able. Flashy traditional $600-$1000 Golden Ret r- 12902 Newsome Rd. Tampa -13151 Race Track Rd. Tampa 10843 N. 56th St.
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510 I Farm Equip. I
HORSE TRAILER
2H, Bp, Super Bee trailer,
removable divider, pad-
ded walls, ramp, tack ar-
ea, $4000.813-215-7747
SATOHEIk550G4 cyl, as,
17hp, PTO, with box
blades & trailer.
$3850 obo.
813-477-8347
TRACTOR-Case 580K
Back hoe, low hrs, runs
great. $16,000.
813-264-1747

TRACTOR Yanmar
"1900", 23hp 3pt PTO,
Diesel. runs great, mov-
ing. $3,200 (813)
633-6721
Tractors New and used.
Lg Selection to choose.
See inventory @ www.
caldwelltractor.com
V 352-620-9898
1525 IHorses &
525 Livestock

Quarter Horse-$500,
Pony-$500, Mini-$200
All Kid-safe. + 30 more!
Will finance anyone. $0
dn, $100/mo. Many
beautiful paints! Will
trade & rent $15/hr,
$25/day. Call now:
813-649-1126 www.
suncitystables.com
THOROUGHBRED 7 yr old,
15.1H,Grey, jumps, safe,
gentle, quiet & loads.
$6500 ALSO TB Chest-
nut, 5 yrsold, 15.0H,
4 white stockings, safe,
gentle quiet & loads.
1000 Greg @
813-961-4030
CATTLE FOR SALE
37 head of bred Cross
bred cows. calving now
$750. nead. Also 2-3 year
old Black bulls $1.200,
lead. Moo. 941-742-7392
Free Horse if boarded
with us! Full board;
$250/mo. Horses rented
- $15/hr, $25/day Call
now 813-649-1126 www.
suncitystables.com
GREAT DEAL! Black En-
glish A/P saddle, 17"W,
exc. cond. Fittings in-
cluded. Paid $1200.
Must Sell, $950. (352)
518-0905
POLE BARNS, Garages,
Workshops Horse &
Hay Barns Storage, We
also Fenc(ng & repairs
813-788-3501 713-2333
www.jobobs.com
Paso Fino Mare 11 yrs
buckskin- Standard
Bred Gelding 14 yrs,
bay. Excellent irail hors-
es. $1500 ea. Tack incl.
813-671-4962
WANTED: GOATS SHEEP
LAMAS & CATTLE. TOP
PRICES PAID. GOOD
HOME. CALL CINDY
NOW 813-649-1126
Llamas for X-mas. Young
males & females all cop-
ors, starting at $500. Dis-
count on pairs delivery
available. 941-587-2896.
HERD OF BRED BLACK
Angus, black/white face
& red Angus cows. Also
black Angus bulls. (850)
878-25717(850)510-4854
Paso Fines- mares, geld-
ings stallions under
saddle. Show trained.
Terms. Brding if bought
here.863-666-1833
Sail Away With Savings -
see Class 585 for a great
selection of sailboats!


I Horses &
525 Livestock

FAMILY/TRAIL HORSES
(8) 4yrs old to 18 yrs old.
14-I6h. Ranging from
$1000 to $2500. Call for
more info. 941-776-0455
BEEF CALVES FOR SALE
Weaned, On Feed Vacc.
3-8 mos old. $250-$400.
.Delivery Available.
863-581-5322
Horse Trailer: 2-horse al-
um Bumper Pull, Trailet.
$3000. OBO Great Condi-
tion. 813-478-6758

WANTED!! Horses,
ponies. tack, trailers, &
equip. Top prices paid.
Good home. Call Cyndi
now: 813-649-1126
1993 Hart, 3 horse, slant
load, all steel goose-
neck, 28', 2 ramps, living
Suaters, great cone,
,000. (352) 799-9272
PERCHERON Reg. Mare, 8
yrs old, rides & drives, 18
hands black, $3300 firm
Harness & tack avail.
813-634-3370
QUARTER horse, 16 yr old
Gelding, riden by 8 yr
old, will hold until
Christmas. $1500. Call
813-754-5070
AQHA mare, rides great, 5
yr stud, reiner, 5 babies
ready to start. All world
champion bloodlines.
813-986-3822
1 Pastures &
526 Stalls

Boarding, full pasture
bd-new facility, arena.
R. pen. 50 Acres. Close
New Tampa, Wesley
Chapel 813-783-7593
1527 1 Hay & Grain
TIFTON 85 Horse Quality
Uay, round rolls. Also
BahiaCowHay.
813-752-2660
I Livestock
530 Wanted

Cows, Calves, Bulls
WANTED.
Call 941-322-4248,
941-737-7947
HORSES & PONIES
WANTED TO ADOPT,
must be gentle for our
family & safe for chil-
dren. 13-949-0477


Recreation

1 Motor Homes
5 -0 RV's
24' 1995 Born Free E350
Ford Diesel, Well Taken
Care of Cab set up for
Apparel & Equip sales,
$13,000 813-631-8745
Z4'1997 FOUR WINDS MA-
JESTIC FLYER class C
Ford 460, very clean, ev-
erything works. $15,900
obo 813-789-4943
27' 1985 Pace Arrow; New
Generator, Tires, Carpet
Battery & Toilet,
Must Sell $5,500
813-376-8022
28' 1984 Pace Arrow Class
A, 2 A/C, all opt., Chevy
eng., 46K orig. mi., rear
bed looks & runs great
$44W0 obo. 813-832-2879
WantAds


560 IMotor Homesl
RV's
29'1989 EMC79K mi.,ave
NADA $13,159. Loaded.
Inside remodeled. Beau-
tiful unit. Asking
$10,100.813-748-9275
32' 1997 HOLIDAY
RAMBLER 5th wheel,
super slide, exc cond.
Must see! $18,000.
813-979-1605
33' 5th wheel, Country
Star, full basement, Oak
wood finish, living room
slideout. Also F350 Ford
diesel. For more info call
352-793-9865
34' '99 GeorgieBoy FD
V10, 22K mi,oeluxm nt +
awnings, no smoke/
pets. 4W gen. $49,900
/obo. 813-541-2063
35' 1998 Georgie Boy
Cruisemaster. 1 slide,
12k mi, auto acks, back-
up camera, 2 TV's, new
tires, like new cond
inside & out. $42,900
813-932-0037
36' 2003 HOLIDAY
RAMBLER Neptune, 2
slides, diesel pusher,
diesel gen, 27,500 mi.
Still under warr. $102K.
813-969-0307
40' BEAVER PATRIOT
Thunder 2002, 455HP.
Garaged, perfect coach,
every option. Will trade
for Real estate or ?
352-572-7715 or
352-347-7714
888-Bates RV Nearly 600
Airstream Jayco
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tampa.
KAR-KADDY by Demco
excellent condition with
new tires, $700 OBO.
(813) 982-1495

SOUTHWIND 1979 motor-
home, runs good, every-
thing works, clean sleep
6,$4000. 813-752-7235
SPA! Overstocked!
New 7-Person spa-Load-
ed! Includes cover, de-
livery & warranty.
$2999, was $5999.
888-397-3529
I Campers &
562 Travel Trrs

11' 1993 CARIBOU TRUCK
CAMPER, fully loaded &
self contained, electric
jack lots of extras.
$5,500 813-714-3891
20' 1972 Trophy Travel
Trailer, new air condi-
tioner & refrigerator,
g as stove, $1000.
813-620-9194.
2000 Coleman Fairview
Pop Up w/slide out
dining area, garage kept
sleeps 8 like new $680u
813-684-2824
27' 2001 PROWLER LYNX
$10,000 OBO, Sleeps 6,
A/C, Power Hitch Jack,
17' Awning, Fiberlass
Exterior, Manual Slide,
Dual Batteries (813)
630-2419
29' 1996 Sandpiper 5th
wheel, 12' slide,
813-874-2998 or
727-534-6257.

29'2002 Montana 5th WhI
alum frame, 2 slides, On.
bd, non-smkr, hide-a-bd
loaded exc. cond.
$27,506 813-645-1892
31' Montana Moutaineer
2002 TT1, rear LR, 2 rock-
ers, Igslide, sipr sofa,
oak cabs, crnr shwr, non
smkr$18.9K 813-986-4195


562o Campers &
u Travel Trlrs
32' 94 Sportsman. Sofa
bed &dinette, pwr slide-
out AC fully loaded, full
br& a,sleeps6, exccond
$8900 obo 813-376-8713
33' 1996 Newmar 5TH
Wheel Super Slide rear
kit duct air, large bath,
full basement, exc cond,
$10,000.813-685-3831
33' 1998 Prowler 5th Wh
Twin Beds, completley
furn. w/ superslide.
$14,000.813-689-4967 or
813-503-2733
33' 2002 FIFTH WHEEL
Fifth Avenue, non-smok-
ing, RL,3 slides ex-
tras.$30K Also 2001 Ford
250 Diesel (813)
689-6016
35' Travel Trailer with
scrnd porch & shed in
Adult Park on Little
Manatee River in Ruskin.
$3,500.813-248-2698
40' 5th wheel 2003, 2
slideouts 2BR 2BA, roll-
out awnings, W/D, lots
of extras, extra nice.
$27,500 obo. 870-773-1656
or 323-328-8870
CAMPING MEMBERSHIP!
"Lifetime" Came Florida
/ USA/Canada. $8/night
(full hookup) Year
round. Original $3695.
Must Sel $595. (800)
236-0327
SI Recreational
54 Rental

NEW COLEMAN POPUP
Campers available for
rent. A/C, sink, stove,
frig. For reservations
call Lynn 813-546-1827
NEW COLEMAN POPUP
Campers available for
rent. A/C, sink, stove,
frig. For reservations
call Lynn 813-546-1827
MOTOR HOME RENTAL -
fully equipped.
727-505-0498.
1565 | RV Storage I
C'wood RV/Boat storage.
Sec pkg w/24 hr access,
brig ht night lighting &
wash area. From $35
813-968-4991; 505-2803
South Bay RV & Boat
Storage -Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Morris Bridge Road 4mi
N. of Cross Creek Blvd.
RVs, boats autos, etc.
$35+/mo. 813-866-5533

Fowler & 1-75
RV's/Boats, etc. Security,
$50/mo
813-986-3094
I 1 on I Swimming
580 Pools & Spas

A + POOL HEATERS -
FACTORY DIRECT: Solar,
Heat Pump or Gas. Com-
plete do-R-yourself pool
beater kits. Phone
quotes installation
available in most areas.
1-800-334-9276, ext. 501.
www.solardirect.com
Lic #CWC029795, In-
sured. Dealer inquiries
welcome.
HOT TUB/SPA 7 person,
20 jets, 5hp, cabinet,
mood lights, warranty.
Paid $4595 Sacrifice
$1650.813-477-5706
You'll find value buys ad-
vertised in classified


I580 Swimming
Pools & Spas
HOT TUB/SPA
Energy efficient, 11O0V,
all digital, therapy jets,
still in crate w/warranty.
$1,685.813-363-0097
HOTTUB 18jet
4 /2 hp, redwood cabinet
w/cover. New $1995.
1-800-403-8101
HOTTUB/SPA, 5 person,
like new, 2 jets, red-
wood cabinet, warranty,
must move $1495.
813-453-7921
I MOVE SPAS
Sell/buy spas
(813)625-0165 24/7
JACUZZI SPA/HOT TUB,
seats 7, Never Used, 20
jets, lights, cedar cabi-
net under warranty
New: $4,900 Sacrifice:
$1,750.863-529-3649
SPA, 5hp pump, 1.5hp
blower, 44 jets,
underwater lights,
digital above water
neckjes, cedar cab. cvr
new, $2695.727-858-5185
SPA/HOTTUB Loaded,
5HP, 7ft lounger, cedar
cabinet, never used.
Warranty. Sacrifice
$1595.813-365-0692
SPA! Overstocked! New 7
person spa-Loaded! In-
cludes cover, delivery &
warranty. $2999, was
$5999888-397-3529.
SPA! Overstocked! New 7
person spa-Loaded! In-
cludes cover, delivery &
warranty. $2999, was
$5999888-397-3529.
$$ SAVE MONEY NOW $
Come see Tampa Bay's
only Spa Manufacturer
& Spa Cover Replace-
ment Co. 12 models to
choose from. Best Local
Warranty & Svc. avail.
Call for Appt.
813-986-0449
S Water
583 Vehicles

2Seadoosw/double trail-
erw/box, 97GSI &97GSX
rebuilt, covers, life
vests backup keys,
complete overhaul with
record. $7500 OBO
813-254-8587
YAMAHA 2004 FX
CRUISER, high output, 4
stroke, 3 sea er, incl 4 yr
warranty, many xtras,
w/trailer $8900 obo.
(813)503-7223
Twin Yamaha 2002 XLT
800 3 seater, with
warranty. Many extras
and Trailer. $12,500 obo.
813-737-1202. 967-6438
YAMAHA 1998 Wave-
runner 760XL, 3 sweater
w/trailer, all new
engine parts, like new,
$3000.813-920-7214
1584 1 Boats
12'Landau Jonboat 2002,
9.9hp mercury w/trailer
garaged. Excellent
condition! $2200.
813-335-4088
1315" 1970 Tri-Hull MINT.
Bimini top. Exc. trailer.
9.8 2003 Tohatsu eng.
like new. $1600 obo.
813-645-5787
13' BOSTON WHALER
2001, 40HP Mercury,
with trailer, bimini top,
depth recorder, full cov-
er.$6,500 813-928-4650


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1584 I Boats I
14' Flatsboat, .150rip
Mercury, motor barely
used, w/trailer & troll-
ing motor. Accessories
incl. $1200 813-854-5524
18' Cobia, 140HP
Evenrude, Ski pole &
galv. trailer, $1100 firm
813-431-1627
Great deal!
18' JON BOAT w/1997
25hp Evinrude, side
console, jack plaie new
trailerruns great,3000
obo. (813) 645-6100
18.5' Bay Liner 2004, 16
hours, 115 merc.,biminy
top, trailer, radio, side
console. a wrnly
S13.900.813-389-2911
19V2' 1979 Viking Deck
Boat, 115 Johnson, bimi-
ni trailer, one owner.
$3400. 813-932-8457 or
13-240-4337.
21' 1999 Sea-Pro, center
console, w/1998 evin-
rude 150HP eng, low mi,
trlr, 2 live wets assec
$11,500 813-817-9217
22' Chris Craft LIKE NEW
Lg cuddy, 225hp, 10, full
camper, sink, head, wash
off low hours. $15500
813-973-8105 963-5500
23'- 1996 Regal Bowrider,
I/O Full cover New ris-
ers & manafo(ds, potty,
S/S prop, CD & Trir.
$16,90 813-741-1160
24' 1988 Welcraft Aruba,
2001 Vortec, 315HP eng
02 Volvo 2 prop OD, full
cabin sips 6, electronics,
$7500 obo 813-265-4104
24' 2000 MONTERAY 240
Explorer Sport, Great
Cond. Dry Docked.
w 260 Mercury.$24.900.
813.926-1288
24'4" LARSON 1998. .0L.
S 0 eng. exc cona. Only
265 hri, many ,tras, new
trailer w/drum brakes
$28,500.813-649-1982
24' 8" WELLCRAFT 230
COASTAL '00 W.A.C.,
100 hrs twin 175 fuel in,
color GPS, am/fm cd,
vhf, freshwater sink,
sleeps 3, many extras,
orig. owner 38,000 (813)
927-6608
25' 1998 Shamrock 246
WAC, Custom H top,
W/Elec box, Many Ex-
tras, 350GM Sea Max in-
board Alum TrIr,
$34,500 813-882-0461
25' 1999 Aquasport, CC,
T-tops, many upgrades,
all electronic, alum.
drive on trailer. Asking
$29,900 352-263-2073
25 ft Wellcraft Sport fish-
erman. Cuddy cabin,
1991 model with 2000
twin EFI Mercury en-
gines. Great shape.
Ready to fish. $27,500.
Call 352-347-4470
28' Marinette Flybridge
1978 dual station, twin
318 Chrysler Engines w/
low hours, Bimini, A/C,
fridge, head, gally, GPS,
VHF, sleeps 6 ready for
fishing or family
cruising. $18,500 OBO.
Cell:-727-415-1010
or 727-942-9086
29' SeaRay Amberjack
2001.2-26IHP Merc Bra-
vo 3. 2-GPS Norths-
tar/RaytheonA/C, Gen,
Windless, Live well.
VacuFlush Full Galdey
6CD, Full Enclosure, 4
MPH, 2 years on Balance
Extended Warranty,
Book Value & $99,000 -
Make me a reasonable
offer Over $80,000 and
this Boat will be Yours.
813-677-3533 or
813-323-2160
33' Chris FB conv 1975- III
Health Forces Sale. FRP
Hull, T-350 FWC, Onan 3.
5kw gen, ac/heat, pres-
sure water, full galley,
head, new upholstery &
canvas, first$11,500 obo
2 Call 813-295-6439
33' Sea Ray Express '97
twin 454 IB New motor,
warr, manifolds, extras,
transom lift, PRISTINE!
$105kobo (727) 580-1839
34' Searay 2000, best on
water, loaded, twin 7.4,
inboard, $20k upgrades,
www.340searay.com
details 727-867-6418
34' SEARAY 2003, T370 V
drives, gen, A/C,
Raytheon pkg, Radar,
auto pilot camper
canvas, 140 hrs.
$179,000.813-6955231
34.6' 1988 Ultra 302. twin
350 Merc 1.0, gen
heat/air sleeps 4 all
reblt, depth & GPS.
Health issues, must sell!
$24K. 352-753-5672 eves
38'SEA RAY SUNDANCER
2002 excel cond, Twin
Inboard 740HP, color
plotter/radar, sonar and
more, satellite TVs, 2
A/C units, 7KW genset,
full warranty tillff 2007,
290 nrs. all records, me-
ticulously cared for. Aft
camper package beau-
tful interior prof. deco-
*ated, many options and
custom extras. Visit
www.cybermaster.com
Captain/owner will
train buyer. $249,000.
(813) 978-3639
41' 1994 Tierra. Mid cabin
express, twin 450 diesel,
all new electronics,
great cond., must sell
Best Offer. 727-656-2247
Check out class 418
for cool deals on A/C's


1584 | Boats I
BOATS Several storm
damaged and donated
boats for sale: 18' to 32'
Mike (727) 204-7988
Largest Volume Pontoon
Dealer in Florida.
Nauticstar Bay Boats.
www.donsboaing.com
813-677-1300
98 MAXUM 2800 SCR Twin
V6 mercruisers sleeps
5, dinette, full galley, up-
right shower, full bimini
cover Many other ex-
tras,dry storage, very
good condition, moving-
must sell $28,000./OBO.
Call 813 786-9451
1CC Boat Slips -
585 Storage I

South Bay RV & Boat
Storage -Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000
Clearwater Yacht Club
Covered Slip, 40'and
under, Secured, Safe,
Utilities Available.
$600/mo. 407-925-3300
Carrollwood Outside
Storage! All boats/RVs
welcome. Secure facility/
24 hr acc. Reasonable
rates. 813-505-2803
Davis Islands Slip Avail.
now. Gated, beautiful
location in protected
waters. Shallow draft.
$150/mo. 813-251-6473
Sellyourcamerainasnap
with an ad in class 426!
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+ /mo. Secured loc'n
813-684-9171
Marine
586 Supplies &
Repairs

WANTED
Triple Axle boat trailer,
30'. Will pick up locally.
417-353-6950
Imperial Yacht Center
75% off
every part in stock
Last Chance!
Store Closing Dec. 31st.
5000 Gandy Blvd, Tampa
Marine Surplus & Repair,
Your place or mine! Lots
of new, used & rebuilt
parts avail. Boat liquida-
tion. 813-630-1535 or
727-647-4600
T-TOPS ANODIZED
ALUM with new Canvas.
Customized to fit any
Boat $800. 941-266-0903
www.aqua-shade.com
Mercury Black Max 150
1988. Exc cond, new
maintenance complete.
$1650 firm.John:
813-247-1893/382-0853
Power Heads Yamaha,
Johnson & Mercury. 5 yr
warranty. Assistance
available if needed.
$1750.813-889-7607
Check Out Cars/Trucks in
today Classified section!
1587 1 Sailboats I
25' JACK HELMS, (British
sailboat), new bottom
paint, 25hp mtr, mooring
incl. In Davis Island,
$2900 obo. 813-254-2751


Transportation

61n Automotive
61 Services
Bay Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warrarny
Auto/ Boat/ RV
727-934-1731
Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
Engines & Transmissions
Used & Rebuilt-90 days
up to 3yrs warr. M-F 9-5.
Mem BBB 813-907-5519
RIMS & TIRES, 2001 PT
Cruiser 16"factory alum
like new, asking $600 obo
P/U or will deliver. Won't
last. Call (813) 241-2545
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z, guaranteed
work. Installation
available & everything
elese. Call Rob for
prices: 813-610-1535
Utility
627 Trailers
2002 Baxley drive on mo-
torcycle trailer, 1 person
load& unload, powder
coated w/rock shield &
spare tire. Must see to
appreciate. $2000
813-996-7799
25' 2004 GOOSENECK
Trailer, 20' deck, 5' dove
tail, 2-7000# brake ax-
les. $3,750. Please call
* 813-783-4526t
I19 ITrucks Uight
6291 Duty I

Chevrolet 2000 S10, 5spd,
89k hwy miles, Pewter
w/matching cover, ac,
cd, 4inch Beltech lower-
ing kit. $4500 obo. 813-
298-2049 Good Cond.
CHEVY 2000 SILVERADO
Z71 1500 XCab, Auto., 4
WD, 5.3L V8 69K mi,
Green/Tan, 3dr, Tow
PkgAM/FM/CD $14,900
(813) 984-8051


I Trucks Lightl
" I Duty
DODGE 1989 Dakota LE,
clean, Iongbed, V6, pw,
pdl tiltc/c, AC, toolbox,
bedliner, runs great.
$1,750. 813-263-7821.
Dodge 1997 Ram 1500
Sport, ext cab 5.9 Itr
runs good cold ac, cd,
LOADED! $5900.00
813-884-2182
DODGE 1997 RAM 1500,
4x4, Ext cab loaded,
sunroof, Nerf bars, very
nice! $7900 obo.
813-541-1510
Dodge 2000 Quad Cab
pickup, V8, auto, ac, full
Power, new rubber nice
truck, loaded. $8950.
813-986-6454
Dodge 2002 Ram 1500,
long bed, V8, auto, air,
75Kml, excellent condi-
tion $8,200.
813-641-1094; 340-6634
Ford 1991 F150, 6 Cyl., 5
speed, A/C, new tires,
AM/FM cassette, needs
paint, runs great.
$1 00 obo813-601-0002
FORD 1997 F150 XLT, ext
cab, long bed auto, cold
AC, all pwr, bdlnr, bug
guard, etc. Exc. cone,
$7,500obo 813-677-5470
Ford 1999 F250 Super
Duty, 4 door, V10 eng.,
all electric access., tow
pkg w/hitch_ 77K mi.
$12,995.813-641-1994
FORD 2000 RANGER
White Pickup Auto., 2
WD, 6 Cyl. $4,500 below
kbb value excellent
cond. 813-598-5565
For Results
Classified Ads
FORD 2002 F-150, Ext
cab, pwr wind/locks, 6
CD plyrAlloys, hardtop,
low mi,'like new $15,998
813-684-8396
FORD 2002 F-250 XLT
Crew Cab, White, 132K
miles, 7.3 diesel topper,
short bed $18,900.
813-917-0201
FORD 2002 Ranger A/C
liner, ext. wrrt, great
condition, 49K mi. $6950.
813-690-9911

TOYOTA 2001 TOCOMA,
Pre runner double cab 4
door 60K mi.
$15,500 OBO Must sell
Call 813-657-5228

630 Heavy Duty
DODGE 1992 Ram 250
w/Cummins turbo dsl,
good cond. runs great,
cold AC, gray asking
$4750.813-634-1921
DODGE 1995 Ram 2500
SLT Great work truck
w/Tommy lift, auto,
PW/PL, AC, Infinity ste-
reo, alarm. $4500 obo.
813-882-0333 Days or
813-376-3016 Nights
DODGE 2001 RAM 2500
Quad, diesel, low mi,
cstm paint, new brakes
& tires, all options $22K
obo. 727-919-3130
FORD 1995 F350D Red,
XLT, 4 dr, 7.3 diesel, PS,
auto, air, 67k mi, topper,
tool box. extra clean.
Must see. $11.750.
813-238-3554.
FORD 2000 F250 Ext, 5.4L,
V8,14.7K, Hi-top, ladder.
racks, insul, carpeting,
shelves, perfect cond,
$14,500.813-417-3434
PEDDLE YOUR BIKE
WITH AN AD IN
CLASS 452
FORD 2001 F250 XL, V8,
A/C, rack, liner ext.
wrrty, great condition,
51K mi. $9900.
813-690-9911
Ford 2004 F350 Lariat
crew cab, 6.0 diesel, au-
to, beige w/ tan buck-
ets, 39K mi. $34,900
813-891-9898 6205-8132
FREIGHTUNER 1998 FL-70
24' box truck. 19,000 +
miles on new engine.
Delivery trk, runs great.
$19,500.813.672.9964
GMC 1991 Vandura Box
Truck, auto trans. AC,
$3300, Call VJ at
813-924-4062
International 1997 4300
V-8 Deisel, 19' alum Jerr-
Dan roll back new tires
exc cond $15,995
352-799-4939
PETERBUILT 1985 C/O 362
MOVERS DELIGHT-
WHITE- W/3406 B-CAT-
13 FT DROM BOX- REAR
FOLD DOWN DOOR
$9750.00 (727)243-6397
I 4-Wheel
630B4 Drive
CHEVY 1992 SILVERADO
Ext cab, AC, P/W,
bedliner, new tires
$4500 or will trade for ?
813-240-2665
DODGE 2002 4X4 RAM
2500 V8 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 1998 RANGER, Ext.
Cab 4x4, V6, 5 speed,
33x12.50 tires new
clutch, many extras.
$7,500 OBO. 813-783-1163


I631 Vans I
CHRYSLER 2001 LIMiTED
EDITION Mini Van.
Burgundy color with Grey
leather interior, loaded,
exc. Al condition, Musi
sell before Christmas.
$14,600 obo. 813-967-0071
Dodge HightopCony. Van
ful y equipt whl chr lift,
Ithr intr only 16500 mi,
ice cold A/C, full warr.
$24,000 813-672-3753
DODGE 1987 Ram 250
Conversion Van, 84K
orig mi. new tires &
battery, $1000 obo.
813-971-0115 *966-3969
DODGE 2003 Caravan
Sport 26K Inferno Red,
mint cond., must see,
purchased $25K, book
value $18.5K make offer.
813-966-5525,843-5503.
FORD 1988 E350 Cargo
Van 7.3L Diesel. New
trans, pwr steering, ra-
diator & batteries.
$3500.813-610-4345
FORD 1993 E150 conv van,
exc mechanical condi-
tion, low miles runs &
looks great $3,700. Call
813-960-8619
FORD 1996 HI-TOP
Conversion van, 1
owner, fully loaded,
great shape $6900 obo.
813-684-4853
FORD 1998 Windstar LX, 2
yr warranty, 85k, CD,
pwr all hitch, Kelly blue
book $8605; sell $7500.
813-732-1851

FORD 1999 250 Econoline
177K mi. white runs
good, $5400,
813-451-2838

Ford 2000 Windstar SE,
blue metallic, graphite
Ithr int., 48K mi. orig.
owner, loaded. $10,900.
813-784-9521
FORD '94 E350 Handicap-
ped w/ automatic lift,
high top, lots of seating.
727-492-1630

International 1993 Step
Van, 6.9 L diesel auto,
owned by Am Red Cross.
Great cond. 63,323 mi,
$9999 813-786-8828
KIA2003 SEDONA, V6,
7 passenger, Green ext
/an inf, loaded. Exc
Cond! 29k miles.
$14,900.352-442-1076
MERCURY 1997 Villager
GS, all pwr, white, seats
7V6,like new mustsee.
107kmi.$4,995iobo
813-382-7198
Nissan 1994 Quest, Orig
Owner, dir maintained,
all pwr, It green, 140k mi
Great cond! $4,500
813-417-3126,979-3570
OLDS 2000 SILHOUETTE,
Mocha, premier pack-
age, later, auto, great
condition very clean,
$8,900.813-655-4560
PONTIAC 1999 Montana
Ext. 7 pass, Ithr int,
white/dk gray, loaded.
New tires. 83K hwy mi.
$6,995.813-780-1838
TOYOTA 1998 Sienna XLE
PW, PDL, CD, alloy whls,
clean&well maintained,
70K miunder Blue Book
$9,950 firm 813-393-6208
I| Sport Utility
S '"" Vehices

BMW 2001 X5 4.4,
Titanium silver w/ grey
Ithr, very clean, warr29k
mi, sports pk, $32,495
813-835-666 229-9000
BUICK 2004 Rendezvous
CXL, luxury equip, Ithr,
navigation, Onstar, satt.
FM, showroom cond.
$21,900.941-907-9010
Chevy 1996 Tahoe LT,
black, loaded, leather,
CD, maint records 2WD,
Lojack, 165k mi, $6000.
813-885-7252
CHEVY2000BLAZER, 4
door, V6, leather, Cb,
new tires, extended
warranty! $9000 obo.
Call 813-643-9732
DODGE 2002 DURANGO
silver 4x4, bik Ithr, 7/70
warr 30k mi, tow pkg.
$16,900 obo. Price re-
duced. 813-968-3039
FORD 1994 Explorer, Ed-
die Bauer, Runs/drives
great, automatic, 4
oor, $3000 obo.
813-391-4068
FORD 1995 EXPLORER
XLT 4x4 auto, cold A/C,
AM/FM/Cass, pwr wind'
locks & mirror. Exc cond
$4350.813-924-8256
FORD 1996 Explorer Sport
black 2dr 20" pacer
wis, Ithr, auto, AC tint,
s/r very nice $5400 obo.
813-758-1436 376-1722
FORD 2000 EXPLORER
86,000 mi, Navy Blue
Sports Utility, 5 Speed, 6
Cyl. $7,000, Must Go
(813)672-1290
FORD 2003 EDDIE BAUER
EXPEDTION 21,000 mi, 2
tone, SUV, loaded
Leather 8 Cyl. $26,500
OBO (813) 966-6366
GMC 1999 Yukon SLT pri-
vate owner 79k mi, light
pewter, leather, Michel-
ins, loaded, immaculate.
$10,500 obo
813-353-0525 245-7209 .
Turn to Classified to:
BUY IT.
SELL IT.
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6321 Sport Utility
SVehicles |
GMC 2000 Yukon XL 75k
mi white, Ither, dual air
On-Star, tow package,
mint condition $20,500
813-967-5823 Plant City
HONDA 2004 CRV, silver
gray, paid $20k July,
asking $17k firm. 5000
miles wife don't like.
813-831-1940.
INFNIT 1999 QX4, metic-
ulously maintained, all
Ithr, Sunrf, BOSE Power
Everything, $10,800 obo
813-926-5762
JEEP 1988 CHEROKEE 2dr
excellent mech, needs
door work $1000 obo 813
237-0719

JEEP 1995 GRAND CHER-
OKEE LAREDO. 2 wheel
drive, CD, new tires
125K miles, $2,800. Call
813-300-12231'
JEEP 1998 CHEEROKEE,
Blue, 2 door, low miles,
very clean, runsperfect.
$5,500 OBO.
Call 813-727-8199
JEEP 1999 GRAND CHERO-
KEE LTD 4WD, 65K miles,
new tires all records
'. $13,500
813-253-3444
JEEP 2002 Gr Cherokee
Laredo, dk blue, loaded
ithr, great cond! 65k ml
warranty to 100k mi.
$14,500obo 813.689.6099
JEEP 2003 GRAND
CHEROKEE LTD 6 cyl,
37K miles ext warranty
$20,750
813-253-3444
JEEP 2004 WranglerSaha-
ra green, auto 6800
miles like new. $21,900.
813-376-4527.

LAND ROVER 2001
DISCOVERY, 60K mi, all
records, Pl5ewter/Tan
Ithr, loaded. Exc cond.
$13,500.813-843-9228
Landrover 1997 Discovery
SE, auto, white, 96k mi.
loaded, veryhood cond.
must see, $8500 obo.
813-505-4427
LEXUS 1999 RX300
Fully loaded; 1 owner
Gold, Mint condition
84K miles $16,500
Call 813.677.3067
LEXUS 2000 RX 300 mint
cond, moonroof, CD
changer premier sound
sys 63,800 mi, $17K.
941-795-8695.
LEXUS 2001 RX300, 1 own-
er, 27k mi, fact warr 6
yrs or 70k mi, prem pkg,
mn-roof CD, Ithr, like
new, /S,- $25,000.
941-350-7544.
LINCOLN 2000 Navigator
White w/Gray Lthr Al-
pine Aduio 6 disc, Dual
AC, Tow Pkg, Exc Cond
$16,800o813-391-7925
. LINCOLN 2003 AVIATOR
- 13,500 mi; Black,AWD.
6cd/dvd exc cond
$29,995 (813) 994-9095

Lincoln 2003 Navigator,
30K mi, White, leather,
loaded, under factory
warranty. $33,742.
Call 863-581-3252
MITSUBISHI 1998 Monte-
ro Sport LS New Brakes,
Tires & Batt, Great
Shape, Alpine stereo
w/removable CD, $5,700
813-355-7074
MITSUBISHI 1998 MON-
TERO,63K miles, loaded,
black, premium sound,
exc cond, warranty,
$9,500 813-760-9323
Oercury 1997 Mountain-
eer, V8, 4wd, Ithr, re-
moe/keyless, AC, 10
disk cd, sunroof, 75k mi.
$8000obo. 813-760-9068
NISSAN 1992 PATHFIND-
ER 137k mi Beige, 5
Speed, 4x4, 6 Cy, Tow-
ing, rack, $2900 Super
Buy (813) 655-8769
NISSAN 2003 XteraXE, V6,
AC, power package
tpw, 24k, CD, perfect
condition, $13,350.
813.598.3187
Nissan 2003 Xterra load-
ed w/tow pkg, V6, Pew-
ter, like new, 24K mi.
$14,750. Won't last!
813-854-2368 Call Now!
Nissan 2004 Murano SL,
AWD, auto,4000mi, thr
sunroof AS, CD, AC, all
pwr, $27,950 obo. War-
ranty. 813-789-5353
RANGE ROVER 1990
COUNTY LWB 86,000
orig. rhi, MUST SEE, new
paint Blue, new tires,
new bumpers, strong
engine, Auto.,4 WD, 8
CyL $6,000 OB, Must
Go (8135 787-5232
SATURN 2003 VUE White,
Excellent Condition in-
side & out, CD, Sunroof
$8,700
813-961-6265
TOYOTA 1991 Land Cruis-
er, automatic, 4 wd, exc
cond, 180k hwy miles,
$4950 nego. Must be
seen. 352-597-4489.
TOYOTA 1999 4Runner 4
cyl, manual, all power,
tow pkg $9060 OB0. Ask
for John or Jenny
813-240-0028
TOYOTA 1999 RUNNER,
limited, all pwr, leather,
exc. cond. inside & out,
73K mi. $15,700 OBO.
Call 813-243-5601
CLASSIFIED WORKS


632 Sport Utility
32 Vehicles
Toyota 1999 Rav4 L, pearl
white 98K mi cd alloy
rims, PW, PL, cc, alarm,
roof rack, custom bum-
per $8800 813-857-6324
TOYOTA 2000 runner,
75k, grn, tan, $11,999

813-493-1178
TOYOTA 2001 Highlander
V6, Ithr new tires, exc
cond, 55k miles, $18,900
obo. Sun City Area
941-962-1528.
TOYOTA 2001 Sequoia
Limited, 51K Mi, 1 Own-
er, Very Clean$27,500
813-453-7457or
eves 813-651-0421
633 1 Scooters &
633 Mopeds

GO-PED type Mini scoot-
er/Superfast 48cc 2hp
Gas/Elec sty(e foldable
scooter, up to 30 MPH
$175 & up. 727-896-6733
Honda 2003 Reflex bright
yellow, only 600 miles.
Like new. Retail $5200.
Make offer.
813-779-9819
VESPA2003 50cc, only 390
miles all black. Perect
condition. $2000.
813-907-7779
S Go Carts
GO CARTS, 2 seater, 2
years old, 10HP,
aluminum mag wheels,
g ood condition, $600.
813-629-6665
GO CART-All new includ-
ing motor, $800 invest-
ed, asking $600. Also ex-
tra motor & some extra
parts. 813-661-5559
3|5* 1 Motorcycles |
BSA 1970 Lightning, 650
completely0r.estored,
813-832-3736

Harley Davidson 1980 FXE
Su er Glide, 80 cu. in.
great, $5506 obo
call813-290-7555.

HARLEY 1989 Springer
Softtail, one owner,
pristine, Dave Mackey
top end, upgraded
clutch, carb, and igni-
tion; 3 belt. $12K obo.
813-837-1420.
Harley Davidson, 1996
Heritage Softail classic,
blue 14k miles', ood
condition, $13,500.
813-625-9229.
HARLEY 1998 Road King
Classic, 12k miles,
black/covered with
chrome $8k inextras,
meticulously main-
tained. A must see. $16k
obo. 813-625-6828.
HARLEY 2000 Rigid, 95"
TC, baker 6 spd. 80
spoke whls, show cond.
1500 mi. $15,500,
813-361-0680* 571-1183
Harley 2000 Sportser
1200CC, S.K mi, perfect
cond lots of extras,
$7000,813-293.1924
or 813-643-8058
HARLEY 2002 FLHTCUI Ul-
tra Classic, electric
glide, 10.8k miles
w/Sampson pipes,
stage 1 kit, light kit.
Many extras, garage
kept. 3- 8,5 00
813-996-7799
HARLEY 2002 Heritage
Softtail Classic, 5300 mi,
new 4 yr ext warr.
Garage kept, mint cond.
$16,50 813-949-0883
HARLEY DAVISON 2003
Ultra, loaded, $21K.
813-986-2541.

HD 2003 Softail, Black,
100yr anniv, like new,
only 1700 mi Vance &
Hines exhaust, some ex-
tra's $14,900.727-
449-2795/508-292-1364
Honda 1982 Aspencade,
68k mi w cargo trailer &
cover. New tires
$2,500 obo 352-754-7270
HONDA 1986 Shadow 500
Great cond, 10k rri.
makes exc 1st bike.
$2500. 813-684-3190 or
813-505-3648
HONDA 1999 VALKYRIE
Interstate 1500cc,
Black, 7,000 miles, xtra
chrome. $10,000.
813-994-0917
HONDA 2002 CR250R
Brand new, never rode,
absolute mint, $4500.
813-924-5915

HONDA 2003 150 CF DIRT
BIKE, Great Cond. Low
Hrs. $2000 obo.
813-902-0079 Lv Msg Or
Call After 7pm
HONDA 2003 750 ACE
Shadow 2270mi gar
kept. $6200. V S(ZUKI
1999 80 Dirt bike $1800
813-926-2464
HONDA 2003 XR100R,
Less than twenty hours.
Perfect shape.
Asteal at $1800. Call Dan
813.707.8525813.727.3296
HONDA 2004 CRF250R
Good bike, Great condi-
tion Steering damper,
ski plate; new chain
and sprockets.
$4200obo (813)948-1394
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1635 | Motorcycles I
HONDA 2004
VTX1300, like new,
Cobra pipes, garage
kept $9&400 BO
813-486-5480
KAWASAKI 1991 KDX 200,
ood shape. FMF ex-
nausi & silencer, new
headlight & rear lender
$1200obo 813-657-8513
KAWASAKI 1995 KXIOO
Dirtn Bike, 2 stroke.
AMustSee'Boots& cnest
guards, $1800.
813-431-3122
KAWASAKI 1996 Vulcan
1500cc. 21k mi, with lots
of extras. Exc cond.
$4000 firm cash ortrade
Paul:813-655-0769
Kawasakl 1998 Vulcan VN
800-B Classic, 12k mi,
Vance & Hines, road
bars, bags, w/shield,
driver backrest, much
ext. chrome. Mint!
$3995.813-323-7261
KAWASAKI 2003 NOMAD
1500CC FULLY DRESSED
MANY EXTRAS FI-600
MILES $10,500 (813)
792-2662
KAWASAKI 2004 VULCAN
1600 Classic, extra extra
clean, only 10 miles,
askingpayoff $12,000.
813-37-652
KAWASKI 2002 KX85 Dirt
Bike. Looks & runs good
Many new parts. Great
Christmas gift. $1400
obo. 813-671-1080
SUZUKI 2000 Intruder, VS
800cc, black & gray, 21K
mi. runs great, extras
$3100. 727-417-5956 or
727-363-6088 St. Pete
SUZUKI 2001 DR 650, blue,
exc cond., less than 1000
miles, new pipe and
tires, many extras.
$3500.813-707-1316
SUZUKI 2003 GSXR-600,
10.5K, blue & white, new
tires, many options
fast, exc. cond., $5495
obo. Call 813-843-5053.
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year. any cond. We pay
casn. Top i$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
YAMAHA 1997 VIRAGO
1100 SPECIAL Cruiser,
22K, Black, shaft drive
Windshield lots of
chrome, light bar, priori-
ty plus, shows, runs and
rides great! $4,500 (813)
984-80051d
YAMAHA 2002 YZ125
Bought new in 2003.
Hardly used. Less than
25hrs, never raced.
$2800.813-657-5290
I 6361 Golf Carts I

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
1637]ATVs I

2003 BLASTER
like new $2 200 obo. Call
813-404-0159.
SUZUKI 2000 4 Wheeler,
low mileage, w/winch.
Excellent condition
$3600.352-518-9492

SUZUKI QUAD-SPORT 80,
good condition, runs
great, $800 obo. Pleae
call 813-927-0346 or
(352)588-3246
Toy-Doctor, ATV & Ma-
rine Repair. Quality Srvc
At Affordable Rates.
Labor Rates $30/hr. Call
for Appt. 352-523-3621
YAMAHA 2001 BLASTER
(blue) "NEW MOTOR"
with RAZR wheels, PRM
Products, stainless steel
bumper, FMF pipe,
force reeds, $1950.
(813)949-8206
YAMAHA 2003 WARRIOR,
bought new 02/04. Less
than 10 hrs use. Like
new. Ext warr to 2006.
$3500.813-541-1510
2004 E-TON VIPER 50 EX-
CELLENT CONDITION
LOW HOURS ELECTRIC
START $1,399 JOE(813)
503-7043
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CASH TODAY! Any cond!
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Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
AUSTIN HEALEY 1961
BUGEYE recently re.
siorea completely.
1275cc engine 5pa riv
ergate trans inmaigo me-
taic blue w/blk inter.
Looks/ runs great. Back
taxes force sell $15,000
obo (813) 781-1285
CHEVY 1966 IMPALLA
Convertible mint cond.,
Red w/Black top, Black
Interior, all original, 327.
$13,500 obo. 727-504-1360
CHEVY 1969 Camaro SS,
Tuxedo Black w/White
Hockey Stripes. Crager
15" SS Wheels w/New
BF Goodrich T/A Radi-
als. New 350 w/375 HP.
700R4Tranny. New Win,
dows, Chrome, interior.
Many Extras, Paint 2
years old. Nice Show
Car. Appraised at 22,500
Sell for 19,500
813-380-4347/964-0780
DODGE 1965 Dart, Auto,
Blue 4Dr Runs& Drives
Great, Nice Interior
Priced to Sell. $2,600
obo 813-996-3166
FORD 1955 T-BIRD
California car, Orig mi,
76,000, new orig paint
exc cond $33,000
727-791-3619
FORD 1972 MUSTANG
Mach I, green w/green
int, mostly orig needs
engine work $12,000
OBO. 727-376-3864
JAGUAR 1986 SEDAN-
original XJ6,4 door,
needs TLC rims are
beautiful. $1500
Call 813-661-6262
6 Station
Wagons
SAAB 2004 9.5 Aero Wag-
on, absolutely loaded.
Over $45K new. 17K mi.,
garaged, in perfect
cond. Save $10K+ -will
sell for $31,000.
813-786-5075
VOLVO 1997 960 Wagon,
excellent condition,
$7500.
813-251-2267
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ACURA 1993 LEGEND LS,
Black 4 dr. Sportspkg
w/prem whis, spoiler,
Ithr, Bose stereo, AC,
moonrf. Orig owner.
Garaaed, very good
con $4995 obo
813-300-6566
Acura 1994 Integra GSR,
lots of extras, rebuilt en-
gine, high performance,
very fast. $4000.
813-431-6710.
ACURA 1999 3.2 TL, 40K
mi, immaculate, loaded,
new tires, ext. warr, lthr,
alloys, spoiler, sunroof.
$15,400 813-774-4466
AUDI 2000 2.7 18,250 mi,
Tan, Sedan 2 Wb, 6 Cyl
$21,000, OBO, Luxury,
Flawless (813) 832-3382

AUDI 2001 A4, 2.8, silver,
4DR sedan, 31K mi.
immaculate cond. dealer
maint. 1 owner, $17,500.
813-240-2664
AUDI 2002 TT Roadster,
turbo, green w/blk Ithr,
5 spd, fully loaded, exc.
cond. Great Xmas gift
$24,800 813-760-0309
BENTLEY 1980 T2 exc
cond! Drives great, 84k
mi, $21,900.
813-641-9600 / 813-781-
3286/677-1984
BMW 1993 5251 auto,
white w/grey Ithr, pwr
sn rf, cold A/C, new CD,
exc cond, runs exc $5994
813-918-0810
BMW 1995 7401 Fully load-
ed, exc cond, white/tan
leather, V8 auto, good
tires, well maintained,
looks & runs like new,
Carfax cert. 170k hwy mi
$7500 obo. 727-488-7849
BMW 1996 3281c Convert-
ible, drk grn, tan Ithr,
auto, prem pkg, 6 CD, new
tires, excellent cond.,
$11,400.813-831-9748
BMW 1998 540ia Sport,
68K mi, Black w/tan Ithr,
all serve recs, new tires,
loaded, looks great.
.$20,850.813-494-1124
BMW 1998 Z3 Roadster
M SERIES, 50K mi.,
excellent condition.
Asking $22 000 OBO.
Call 813-245-4082
BMW 2000 323CI Conv't.
81K hwy mi. 5 spd. load-
ed, Ithr. CD, exc. cond.
Must see! $20,900,
727-939-2524 510-1675
SADDLED WITH HORSES?
Advertise in class 525 and
buyers will gallop to
your stable!


I Automobiles
64 For Sale

BMW 2000 528i Certified
used car, 100k mi war-
ranty, anthrocite grey,
tan leather, exc cond.
$21,000. Carrollwd area
13-935-5596 240-2707
BMW 2001330CI Convert-
ible, black on black,
54K miles, M3 wheels,
automatic, $30,000.
Call 813-810-5394
BMW 2002 325CIC BIk
W/Tan Int, Bk Convert-
ible Top, 6 Cvl w/Step-
tronicTrans, Alloptions,
Only 13K mi, Showroom
Perfect, Always Ga-
raged, PrivateParty,
$32,500 813-657-424
BMW 2003 330 ci Conv.,
black, brn ithr, 5 spd,
prem pkg, 18" whIs.llk
ml $37,360 obo. (27)
481-5868, 612-710-7914.
BMW 2003 5301,20,590 mi,
auto, titanium ext/gray
int, Ithr, mint con.
$35,900.813-231-4818
BUICK 1987 GRAND NA-
TIONAL Turbo 6; $7,900
080, Great shape; origi-
nal owner, (813)
662-0147
BUICK 1990 REGAL Sport,
2dr,3.8Lengine, newAdC
& tires, tuneup, rebit
title, needs paint job
$900.813-690-7129
BUICK 2000 Le Sabre Me-
tallic blue 4 dr full pow-
er, low miles, top cond,
$8900.813-927-9290

BUICK 2000 Park Ave.
loaded, 1 owner,
garaged exc cond,
Pear White, tan Ithr,
$8495.813-684-1774
BUICK 2001 REGAL LS
70,000 mi, Beige, Leath-
er, Sedan Auto., 2 WD,6
Cyl. 185,000 (813)
Cadillac 1993 El Dorado
Must drive. Runs great
looks great, silver, $3500od
obo. 813-391-4068

CADILLAC 1996 DeVille
exc cond, 150K mi, de-
luxe whis landau rf, all
pwr, Ithr. Northstar eng.
$4500.813-994-5286
CASH FOR CARS, TRUCKS
AND VANS, RUNNINGOR
NOT FREE TOWING,
QUICK REMOVAL
813-363-1874
CHEVROLET 1997 Lumina
light gray, 4dr sedan, 3.3
V, exc cond, AC good
tires, 84K mi. $3500. By
owner. 813-960-1177
CHEVROLET 2001 Camaro
Coupe, V6, auto, Sunset
Orange orig owner, ga-
rage kept, 26k mi,
$10,500.813-689-5758.
CHEVY 1967 Chevelle
95% restored, teal blue,
$10,000 obo.
Cal8153-215-1181

1969 CHEVY CHEVELLE
Marine Blue,396SS Fac-
tory Hurst 4 Speed Ex-
cellent Shape Totally
Stock $27,000 (813)
624-2130
CHEVY 1996 Corvette
coupe, white, remov-
able top, auto, new tires,
Srey int, exc cond 88k
11,500.813-766-0767
CHEVY 1997 Malibu, 4DR,
Auto, AC All Power CD,
White 58k, $3500 OBO.
813-885-4836.

CHEVY 1998 CAMARO,
BIk, V6, T-tops, 41K mi,
AC, Alloy whis, newer
tires, $5700 best.
727-723-9251
CHEVY 1999 Corvette
conv, 6spd, 12 disc CD,
dual zone C, heads up
display, Bose sound,
mem seats Corsa pipes,
sport seats, tilt, pin-
striping. Thunder Blue
saddle int, tan top, 33K
mi, $32,900 813-9 -9005
CHEVY 2001 Impala 56K
mi, silver, all power, CD
power seat, new tires,
new brakes, good condo.
$5800.813-787-7196
CHEVY 2001 Suburban LT
dual air, On-star,
leather, tow pkg, 54K mi.
$21,995 813-79-4065

CHEVY 2003 Malibu, auto,
12k mi, AC, CD, all pow-
er, cruise, alloy wheels,
non smoker. $8450 obo
813-789-5353
CHRYLSER 2000 300M
silver, black leather, all
power, new AC 27,500
mi.exc. cond.$650 obo.
813-310-4673
CHRYSLER 2001 PT Cruis-
er Unlimited, 18K Mi,
Sunrf, 1 Owner, White,
Grey Leather Mint.
$11,500 *352-796-3641
CHRYSLER 2004 Sebring,
4 door, Platinum Tour-
ing, black all leather, all
power 28k mi, exc cond.
$15k obo. 813-340-6182.
CORVETTE 1982 Collec-
tor Edition like new,
matching #'s. 62k mi.
$16,900. 813-641-9600
781-3286/677-1984
CORVETTE 1987, Driven
daily, bought new one
black on black $5956
obo. 813-545-8778

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1 O649 Automobiles
49 For Sale
Corvette 1995 convertible
Polo green/tan auto,
new top, Good Yr, very
clean, $14,900 or partial
trade. 813-601-1911
CORVETTE 2000,
Red/Black, 2 tops,
polished alum whis,
loaded, 36K mi, new
tires, exceptional!
$27,900.727-455-4351
Corvette 2004 Convert-
ible, auto 5K miles, Ex-
tended Warranty, Red
w/Tan top, $42,006 Call
I* 813-671-0585
DODGE 2000 Intrepid ES,
green, V6, auto, power
package, keyless AC,
CD, Exceflent Condition!
$5500. 813-973-8401
DONATE YOUR CAR, boat
or RV to help children
fighting diabetes. Tax
deductible and free
towing. Juvenile
Diabetes Research
Foundation thanks you.
Please call
1-800-578-0408
FIREBIRD 1990 Formula,
good maintenance re-
cord, runs but needs
work. $700 obo. Call
813-677-8578
FORD 1987 THUNDERBIRD
Turbo Coupe, 5spd, new
paint etc, runs great.
Moving. Reduced to
$2800.813-641-0208.
FORD 1988 SALEEN MUS-
TANG #114,Red 8 CIl.
Lots of extras! CLEAN!
$8,800 OR B/0, Must Sell
CALL FOR DETAILS!!!
(609) 841-6454
FORD 1993 Mustang con-
vertable, 4 cyl, new
paint, C runs great,
well maintained. $3500
obo.813-997-4371
Ford 1993 Taurus Station
Wagon, cold A/C, 70K
ori .mi., garage kept.
adut driven, fully loaded
$2,350.813-391-2656
FORD 1996 Mustang low
mi, exc. cond, V6, new
tires, brakes etc. red
pw, di3C. 4650

FORD 1996 TAURUS GL.
Value: $2500-$3000. Will
trade for equal value
van. 813-655-4838

FORD 1997 Mustang GT
convertible, 5spd, 4.6L,
80K miles leather, load-
ed, $8,060 obo. Call
813-917-3024
FORD 1998 MUSTANG,
Silver V6, auto, allwr
great body, tint, cold AC,
108K mi $4700.
813-707-0800
FORD 1999 Mustang SVT
Cobra convertible, 33k
mi, exc cond, adult driv-
en, $18 900 obo.
813-610-2441
FORD 2001 MUSTANG
BULLIITT V-8, loaded,
5spd, 3100 orig mi, mach
sound, brand new,
$18,50d 813-684-8556
FORD 2003 Cobra Termi-
natorSVT, Red Fire, Bas-
sani catted Xw/cat back
sys, 95mm C&L K&N,
ro 5.0, SS inserts, Bil-
ett eng/int, adult driv-
en, show car, immac, all
org docs/coverings/A
OEM takeoffs, 10K mi,
$29,900 813-961-6693
FORD 2004 Crown Victo-
ria, Grey Fully Loaded,
4.6L V8GK mi, $19,000
2 813-949-8965
GEO 1993 Storm, many
new parts, $1500 obo or
trade towards work van.
813-928-5521.

HONDA 1991 ACCORD
EX2drA/C,5spdAMFM
Stereo very good cond
$2150 813-229-3513;
813-748-4644
HONDA 1994 Civic Del Sol,
Red, AC, Power Win-
dows, 107K Mi,
$4,300 OB2 New Tampa
813-907-2185 1-4pm
HONDA 1996 CIVIC DX
good condition, 104K
miles, some newparts,
asking $3500.
813-835-7255
HONDA 1997 ACCORD
EX, all power, sunroof,
excellent condition,
$6,300 or best offer. Call:
(813) 505-8821
HONDA 1997 Accord 4 dr
Special Ed., 98k mi II
caring owner. Dealer
serviced. Champagne.
Power everything.
$6500.813-250-0900.
HONDA 1997 Accord LX,
Burgundy 4dr, All Pow-
er, Cold A/C Good condi-
tion 130K MI,
$4,500 813-805-7215
HONDA 2003 CIVIC, Must
Sell! Pwr win., extended
warranty maintenance,
32K mi., runs great.
$10,500.813-363-7280
Honda 2004 Accord EX,
sn rf, CD, Dark green w/
beige cloth int, 25k mi,
all serv maint exc
in/out $16,500
813-634-5326
HONDA2004 ACCORD, V6,
Loaded CD, black with
tan leather, 19K miles,
excellent condition,
$23,000.813-241-7393
Selling a guitar can be
easier than playing it.
Place your ad in Musical
instruments, class 420.


r4g I Automobiles
SFor Sale |
HONDA 2004 CIVIC 3,621
mi, White 2 Door, Auto.,
2 WD, 4 Cyl. VIN#:
1HGEM22914L048369
$17,250 Low Miles (813)
43-'09
HYUNDAI 1997 ACCENT
Good clean car, new
tirekes alignment,
cold A/C, only -3k mi,
$2200 obo 813-890-9477
INFINITI 2001130, full fac-
tory warr., one owner,
pearl, Fla car, garage
kept, extra extra clean,
29K miles, great X-mas
gift. Cost new $31,500,
sacrifice $16,500.
727-644-0441.
Jaguar 1994 XJ12,
metallic gold w/ beige
leather interior, superb
condition $10,000 obo
813-855-1400
JAGUAR 1994 XJ6 4dr,
tanIthrsnrf,75Kmi, drk
blue, $4995 exc cond
352-799-4939
Jaguar 1996 Vanden Plas,
sunroof, CD
mechanically perfect!
93K miles jade $8200.
Call 813-240-7869
JAGUAR 2002 X Sport,
Drive pure luxury, Plati-
num color, 25K mi., as-
sume 10 mo. lease of
$495/mo. 813-334-0075
KIA 2001 Sportage, like
new, blue-grey color, all
power, CD, 43K miles.
$6995. Moving, need to
sell. 813-835-7426
LEXUS 1992 SC300 Dark
green, low 94k mi, leath-
er, LOADED 12 disc CD,
exc cond, $10,000 obo.
813-962-6895
Lexus 1999 SC400, super
V-8, 5 spd auto trans,
power everything, load-
ed pristine car inside &
out. Sacrifice $22,900
Call 813-714-5484
LEXUS 2002 G5430 42,000
mi, Gold, Leather Interi-
or, Chrome Wheels, Se-
dan, Auto., 2 WD. 8 Cyl.
$32,500, AM/FM Cd
Changer Sunroof Great
Value (77) 487-3696
LINCOLN 1993 EXECUTIVE
125,000. mi, WhiteLthr
4dr AutoV8 $,70d
(81J) 980-6932'

LINCOLN 1995 Towncar
elderly driven, 73K ori
mi. great cond. $3850.
813-727-3973
or 813-684-8245
LINCOLN 1998 TOWN CAR
Green leather, 73K
miles. $8,000.
Call 727-517-1148
Leave Message
LINCOLIN 1998 Towncar
Exe Series 67K miles,
very clean and in very
good cond. Silver
w/grey leather inter, all
power. $8,500 OBO
813-737-1521
Mazda 1990 Miata new
paint, newtop, new int.
Must see/must drive.
$6300 obo. Days: (813)
82-8057; eve 782-4713
MAZDA 1997 626, auto,
alloy's CD A/C all pwr,
sn r, good condo, metal-
lic blue, $3200
813-689-415 841-6446
MAZDA 2000 Protege, 4
dr red pwr icks/wndws
CD, auto, new tires, 68k
mi, remote starter, good
cond. $5897.813.230.6091
Mazda 2001 MPV 7 pass.
excellent condition, 62K
mi., AM/ FM/CD/Cass.,
all powerpkg. $11,995.
727-744-8985
or 352-567-1381
MAZDA 2002 Miata
Auto, Tan Lthr, Black,
Up-graded Stereo.
12,800 mi. $15,900
813-973-1063
MAZDA 2004 RX-8, 6-spd,
loaded red ext, re/blk
lea, GT pkg, nav, Bose,
DSC, xenon, radar, 11.5k
mi, gorgeous, $24,900.
(813?230-5561
MAZDA 2004 RX8, auto
trans, grand touring
pkg, lthr, loaded, 10K mi
$25K OBO. 727-596-3731
or 727-542-8022
MERCEDES 1987 560SL,
Blacgray, V8, hard top
converible, 111K mites.
A true driving pleasure,
$12,000.813-624-4377
MERCEDES 1997 S320,
105K hwy mi, Dk
Green/Tan 1thr interior,
exc cond. $12,000.
813-215-5964
MERCEDES 1998 E320, like
new in/out 76K mi, full
transfernsferable warranty,
loaded. $16,500.
813-960-1898
MERCEDES 1999 ML320,
Black w/ Tan interior,
custom sound, mainte-
nance up to date, fully
loaded, 69K mi. $16,995.
813-933-6483 244-3415
Mercedes 1999 S500,
Grand Ed, Bik w/ Beige
interior,sunroof, 5 CD
chnnr, tinted, 110K mi.,
new Drakes, tires, &
more. $22K. 813-390-5595
MERCEDES 1999 SL 500,
both tops, all records,
new tires, non-smoker.
flawless $31.5K Well be-
low book 813-873-7117
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Automobiles I Automobiles
For Sale I49 For Sale

MERCEDES 2000 E320 Se- PORSCHE2002911C4S,6-
dan, 32k mi., 1 owner, spd seal grey blk lea,
garage kept w/maint. PSM, Xenon. Bose ra-
records, Bordeaux/ oys- dar. Garaged, flawless,
ter, CD/sunroof, 15k mi, orig owner.
$26,500.813-854-2142. $65,500. (813)230-5561
MERCEDES 2001 E320, ROLLS ROYCE1982
31K mi. 100K mi. EXC.CONDITION.
transferable warranty, BARGAINAT 18K.
white/ camel $29,900. 813-363-3600
941-518-3511 SAAB 1997 900 SE TURBO
MERCEDES 2001 5500V 91K, Midnight Blue Mi-
Black w/grey, Naviga- ca, 5 speed coupe, load-
tion, Phone, Just Ser- ed, 6CD, high perfor-
viced, Exc Cond. $41,900 mance tires/wheels,
obo813-810-5394 new clutch & belt, al-
MERCEDES 2002 CLK430 S5,00 (941)t809-3484
Convertible 33K Silver
grey/ash, AMG Wheels SATURN 1993 SC2,A/C,5
under warranty, $43,900 spd, low miles, great on
obo 813-810-5394 gas. $17 900.
MERCURY 1987 Grand 813-817-0276
w/dark blue t gara SATURN 1999 SL2, 4DR
kept. MUST SE! $4,700 1 owner, AT, pw, pdl, 76K
OBO.727-376-3864 mi. premium sound,
MERCURY 1995 Gr Mar- $6500 813-671-8137
quis Clean, N/S 114K ml,
M/FM tape, Michelins. SUBARU2002 ImprezaRS,
list$4375tae$3975obo Silver 5spd, AC, pw,
813-685-2086 AWD, 5K mi, still under
warr, dIr maint $14,100.
MITSUBISHI 1994 3000 GT Call 813-885-1904
loaded, auto, 132K hwy
miew everything, too TOYOTA 1994 4RUNNER
much to list! 735 -obo. SR5, auto, A/C, all pwr, 2
813-991-7807 WD, Charcoal Grey,
great shape. $4,750.
Check Out Cars/Trucks in 813-295-3030
todaysClassifiedsection! TOYOTA 1994 SUPRA
MITSUBISHI 2001 TwinTurbo auto. Black/
ECLIPSE GT 6 Cyl 5 Tan, all options, $15Kin
speed Black w/Tan Lthr upgrades, 400+ RWHP,
17" Alloy Wheels Power 57K mi., adult owner,
Sunroof Loaded 54K mi excellent condition.
Exc Cond $11,200 $35,900.813-655-8200
863-647-2001TOYOTA 199 CAMRY
MITSUBISHI 2002 Galant Gold 4cyl, auto, A/C, all
ES, white/tan leather, pwr, very clean &
V6, automatic loaded, dependable. $3600 obo
CD, 61K mi. $8300 obo. 813-671-3203
813-57-1082 Toyota 1997 Camry LE,
MUSTANG 1989 5.0 LX V8 black w/tan leather, au-
Conv. wh/gray, 120K mi, to, loaded, drives oreat,
orig adult owned, great ice cold air. $5400.
shape, auto. $3800obo. 813-394-5070
813-935-1769;948-7452 TOYOTA 1998 CAMRY LE,
MUSTANG 1992 GT red & 87k mi new tires, wht
white convertible AT, w/tan lthr int, loaded.
PS/PW, newexh.&tires. Edmunds-$7,200. Sell
$4,200 obo. Must sell. $6200.813-926-1706
813-335-4460 TOYOTA 1998 CAMRY
NISSAN 1991 Maxima, LE, V-6, 90k mi, Ithr,
new clutch, timing belt, CD/Tape, Keyless re-
wtroump,tstatcoldAC mote alarm, alloy whis,
$2200 obo 727-647-4025 $7995813-926-1908
or 813-298-0200 TOYOTA 1998 Camry, 90K
Nissan 1995 Pickup, ex. miTgreatfamilycar,pw,
cab, 5spd 150K mi, pIl, ice cold AC, new tires,
needs cutch $2,400. batt & blades, must sell.
Call 813-985-1813 $5,800.727-424-0668
Toyota 1999 Camry LE
NISSAN 1996 ALTIMA 86K mi, automatic, 4
GXE, champaign, auto, door, power windows &
ice coldair, drivesgreat, locks. $6900. Great
Must see! $3600 Shape! 813-220-7740
813-363-3901 Toyota 2000 Solara LE,
55K mi, auto, fully load-
NISSAN 1997 MAXIMA, ed,silverw/grapite
Auto, Loaded, lthr, Bose, leather int, ec cn.
sunroof clean, new AC $11,500813-629-1163
& tires, h ood condo
$4600.813-654-5133 TOYOTA 2002 Camry, Sil-
ver, Ithr, spoiler, CD, V4,
NISSAN 1997 MAXIMA, alloys39mi exc.cond
V6, Bose CD/stereo, pwr new tires Kely $14.1K

$5500813-431-1582 TOYOTA 2002 CAMRY,
Exc cond, well maint
NISSAN 1998 Pathfinder 35k, 4r, A/C, CD, all
4x4 black,1thrintsunrf, pwr ew es $12.
TV/DVD custom stereo Aft, n8 e tre $1
& whis. $7f900 eOBO.e $ 3013
813-265-8910:833-1574 TOYOTA 2003 Solara SLE,
loaded, Silver w/graph-
NISSAN 1999 ALTIM 4 ite thr mnrf, ABS, warr,
dr, auto, A/C,AM/FM 18K mi, owner x-cond.
Stereo, very good cond $16,500 Call 813-926-6863
$5400 813-229-3513; 813--8
813-748-4644 Volvo 1997 850 61,000 mi,
NISSAN 2000 MAXIMA, white4drsedan, pwrev-
Pearl white, Loaded, erything $8,990 OBnOd

looks & runs great, VOr V 1998 rCn pe
$9000.Call813-789-9621 VOLVO 1998 C70 Coupe.
Auto, White, leather, all
NISSAN 2000 MAXIMA power sunroof, ABS,
GXE70K mi, Pearl White, CD, 68K, good condition,
Auto., Transferable $12,300.813-226-3912
Warranty, Power Pkg.
$10,900 (813) 961-7620 VOLVO 1999 S70 SEDAN,
N N2003 35ZTou White, Tan leather AC
NISSAN 2003350Z Tour- power 1 owner 'AM
ing, Whitoae, Loaded, FM, ABS, 108K mi. $7800
12,500 miTes, Extra obo813-975-2820
Clean, 5 Sod Auto/Man- ob 4 13 ETAD2I2
uall ode,7"Aluminum VW 1971 SUPER BEETLE
Aloy Wheels $24,750 AC (R134), Frt Disc, Alt,
call2 8am-8pm CD, Tow Bar (813)
813-932-8755 689-6016
NISSAN 2003 350Z, 6 spd. VW 1982 Rabbit, convert-
silver, leather interior, bible runs, body
10K mi. Must Sell! good/needs a lot of
$19,900 813-695-6664 work $600 obo.
813-949-0621453-6068.
NISSAN 2003 350Z Tour- W fing t ark
ing, leather, exc cond, VWT996JET-TADarkblue,
aIr power, silverstone, auto AC, CD sunroof,
27k mi, Boise CD new tires, $5500 obo
$25,500.813-495-3642. 813-689-2968
Nissan 2004 350Z Road-
ster convertible touring VW 1996 Jetta, 65k miles.
model, loaded, nilk/ blk 4cyI, Green, 5 speed, ex-
12k mi. MINT! Must sell ce lent condition. Great
$33,000.813-748-8091 Value!! $5500obo.
OLDS 2000 INTRIGUE, 813-839-7212
Silver, 59K mil., auto, 4 VW 1998 JETTA TDI, 62K
door, A/C CD, alloys. mi, 45 miles per gallons,
3- 99507 blk, blk lthr, sunrf, CD
813-a94-8907 chgnr, 1 owner
PONTIAC 2001 BONNE- garaged. $8400 OBO
VILLE, 67,800 miles, 813-215-7866
4 door Sedan, new tires,
excellent cond, $11,295. VW 1999 BEETLE
59K mi, auto, AC, 6 disc
PORSCHE 1999 BOXSTER CD, Blue. $7250.
64,000 mi Gray, Con- 813-988-8123
vertible, Auto., 2 WD,
$24,500, Dealer engine VW2001Beetle, TDI,auto,
warranty until Feb.2006 leather, all power,
Must Sell (813)477-3736 clean 64k non smoker,
PORSCHE 1999 CARRERA $12,500.352-303-1567
Cabriolet, Red, Loaded "
6 sod, Perfect cond, 18R
mires garaed $46,000. DONATE YOUR CAR... To
813-837-1343 :240-0218 The Cancer Fund of
18 America. Help Those
PORSCHE 2000 Boxster, Suffering with Cancer
Convertible, Exc Cond, Today. Free Towing and
20K mi, Silver/BIk Lthr, Tax deductible.
Non-smoking, $25 900 1-800-835-9372
OBO. 813-933-7655 www.cfoa.org




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