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Older, AKC, Netdi JLC 653-0545 leave messao Free to good home. 645-5144 yOLVO, 1980 245DL FUEL IN- PERSIAN Himalayan Kitten. 7ELC1D 4 ?yL. ENGINE, CFA, colors J, point! S150up ,oo. DOORS S100 EACH. 685-935 677-803 ! POMERANIANS AKC , 'Sftw 629 TRUCKS LIGHT DUTY ROTTWEILER I weeks old, CHEVY 172 half ton, no flrit shots . 4 wormed. S225 motor, $300 OBO, 400 front- I up. Coll 626-9352 mission 6125 988-9469 SHIH TZU, lvrolcti Mjdll shot CHEVY 1984 S10 white, auto, ft papers, pert pet for elderly D. 34 000 miles, or children $206681-63 ,,c co$20W86-2309 St"t.TZyr AK9 "LliSl? FORD 184 Ronoer. PS, P8, female. Bloc .4 , white. $300. mfl mIoge, moos. CALL 264-1103. Excellent condition. 677-9329 . SIAMESE KITTENS, GMC 1980 4x4 Pickup, auto-mSF'f?.'?!??' 1 matlc,alr,PS,PB,6cyl. : $50 ea 685-7673 $2200 1-737-394 SIAMESEORIENTAL SH kit- i,CF685-eL,i150up 63QB 4-WHEEL DRIVE ... SIBERIAN HLKY chevY 1979 LUV: 1 Owner, AKC 6 mo out Good with verv qqq condition $1500 kids. $150. 684-6966 onytlme jSjd&nt of! ier 6pm r - . , l FORD 18 Bronco H 4WD FcrmerS market ' new rona, MaroonSilver, all ha re a power, 5spd, low hwy ml. I I 5C3 " 54 I 00068300 688650 500 FRUITS & VEGETABLES 631 VANS , FORD 1980 Conv. Van, 73'WB, ONE Million Chandler, 30,000 ml on new ena, new Strawberry Plant avolloble for Int tronsm $2800, 671-3631 tSrHSSuSm FORD 1983 MARK III conver-Berry Gardens 615-344-6029 JQn fM corKt kxxwt 510 FARM EQUIPMENT r MASSE Y furoeson tractor, 135 diesei, a-speea, rs jjysu . 754-4792 14HP WHEEL Horse lawn tractor, hydrostat drive, exc cond. $2695. 681-8211 dlr 16hp LAWN Tractor, $995. Choose from two. Bridges Equipment 681-8211 USED Snapper Rider, 11 hp lC, rear bagger, $773. Bridges Equipment 681-8211 525A HORSES -LIVESTOCK t 3 REG. ' Horses, B.O. over ' $1100 cash. 2 coltsmare in fool. Stock trailer. 677-54 1 APPALOOSA Registered, beautiful blanket, 2 years old 1 1000 OBO VZP-4Q46 IV msg ARABIAN Stud reg 4 blood rvpea. son or viva dosk. $2500. Reg. AMHA mini stud & mini more. $3000 por OBO. AH are well mannered & exc showing potential. 654-7194 after 4pm GOATS, LAMBS, ROOSTERS, PIGEONS, DUCKS, ETC 920-4046 IV msg HORSE BOARDING Llfhla Private barn, full board. $100 feed. 685-7918 REGISTERED bromha bulk 3 yrs old, top bloodline, $1400, also 1 yr old crossbreed bull $500,754-4792 WESTERN Show saddle, bridle, breast collar, all with sterling silver. Also show chaps, hunt coat. Make otters. 645-2441 ask for Kim SELLING SADDLE OR HORSE Place a 3 line od for 10 days only $4.50 Coll todov 685-4581 Recreation 550 - 599 "562 CAMPERS ;? TRAVEL TRAILERS 23' PROWLER 1984 Has EVERYTHING! $6900. Exc. cond. 681-5508; 685-7561 :580 SWIMMING POOLS r 4 SPAS SPASHOT TUB Clearance Manufacturer has 75 sheds, portables. Some seconds. ' 755-1411 ' 584 BOATS "14' BOAT, 3 hp MlnnKota SW ' elec motor, H.D. marine batt padded seats, gatv. " trailer $00obo. 689-7255 - - 15 12' GLASSTRON 85HPMerc ; $1500 677-7117 , 17' ASTROGLASS 70hp Evln-, rude TM, ss, wet well, BP Boss boat, $1800 689-2211 19' BOWRIDER, deep V, 1973, nhull, upholstery, top. only, $500 OOP. 681-2661 19' GLASTRON 1985, trailer, 150HP Evlnrude V6, 75 hrs. $695 OBO 681-1568 2V SEAR AY 77, boat In exc cond. walum. trlr, eng. needs work. Make offer. 684-31 1 1 24' WEERS PONTOON BOAT & TRAILER 70HP Johnson, good cond $5800. 671-1042 1987-2100 WEEKENDER Marathon, 165HP Mercrulser, VHF, convos covers 634-7798 HAVE A BOAT FOR SALE? Run a 3 line ad for 10 days for $4.50 Coll todayl 685-4581 584A BOAT SLIPS -STORAGE BOAT STORAGEFENCED Well lit area for boattrailer storage. 1-75 & Alafla River. Free romp access. 677-7789 584B MARINE SUPPLIES "oJrBoTRDMoToRMW?" Evlnrude, 50 ho. Runs good. $500ceo. 677-5341 after 6am FORD 1986 E150 Van, V8, Navy Semi-Cow. Clean t Loodedl $7400 obo. 689-7229. VW 174 Van. Automatic needs work $600 or best offer 654-660 tit MFG. DIRECT "ft VANTRUCK ACCESSORIES & Conversions. C.V. 248-9111 632 JEEPS-DUNE BUGGIES JEEP 1978 CJ5, 4 x 4 V-6, new point, soft top, new bikini top, $3600 754-4792 JEEP 1982 CJ5, new seats, top & tires, $3000 OBO or will trade for small PU. 685-101 1 B.M. SMITH CHRYSLER, PLYMOUTH DODGE JEEP EAGLE 752-5)67 635 MOTORCYCLES SUZUKI 1980 GS 850 Runs great, $550. Also Yomaho YV 50 $300 986-184 644 CLASSIC ANTIQUE CARS CHEVY 1970 Impala Custom Coupe, AT, AC 350 V-8, 34K orlg mi, oar. kept, no rust-ex- ceptlonol cond. $3800 689-2686 FORD 1970 MUSTANG 351 Cleveland, V8, AT, PS, amfm radio, 3 extra tires on rims. $2000 OBO. 677-3712 645 SPORTS CARS-IMPORTS AUDI 184 Quattro- loaded. excellent condition, $2995. Call 1-725-4447 after 5:30. DATSUN 1983 280ZX Turbo, 5 spa, stereo, T-tops, pw, At, cruise $4500 OBO. 689-291 PONTIAC 1984 Flero 4-sp. AC canay apple rea, 15,000 mi. on new eng. Must sell, $395 or best offer today 671-3631 PORSCHE 185 TARGA rare factory 930 bodychassis, Prussian blue, champagne full leather, fuH extended warranty. $36,500 OBO, 813 493-21734pm-8pm RENAULT 1983 Le Car, very good condition, $l000obo. Call 684-4364 649 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE' BRANDON DODGE We pay cash for clean cant Call 620-4300 CADILLAC 1985 Eldorado, tan, Roodster pka, exc cond. looks runs new. $8500. 813-681-6700 CHEVY 1978 MONTE CARLO, Ve, LULU AIK, ENO. REBUILT $850. 681-1505 CHEVY 1986 Comoro, T-tops, oil oprions, wen maintained, $4995,651-1094eves. DODGE 1983 ARIES, AC PS, pb, ear. aura, clean. Asking $1650 obo. 685-6105. DODGE 1984 DAYTONA Turbo Z, leather interior. loaded, $2500. 689-416 aft 6 FORD 185 Thunderblrd, AC stereoraaio, auto, ps, pb, take over payments $138.21mo. 645-5583 after 5 OLDS 198 Cutlass Calais S, fully loodea, automatic cruise. Quad 4 engine, only 16100 ml. $10,600. f-737-394 BELL CHEVROLET SELLS FOR LESS PLANT CITY 752-5123 SELLING YOUR CAR? 3 Lines for 10 days $4.50 Coll 685-4581 to place od 649M MISCELLANEOUS COMPARE COMMUNITY BEFORE YOU BUY. Small Enouah To Know You Large Enough To Serve You. fommuniTy tHJicx a, romiac 2900 S Collins Street Plant City 754-2667 You'll find value buys advertised in classified. YOU MAY HAVE A BIGGER ADVERTISING BUDGET THAN YOU THINK WITH CO-OP ADVERTISING The manufacturer and the retailer share the cost ...and the profits! For more information contact The Tampa Tribune at 272-7583. The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, August 14, 1990 I 1 11 ' 1 V "w '"V ''.4 1 v Oi-&&ity j ' Mi Capriati lends support for brother at local event FSL Baseball lfWM r we, .1. 1- , 7 Associated Press photograph Jennifer Capriati was a main attrac- phen play in last week's Tampa Bay tion while watching her brother Ste- Junior Invitational. Dunedins catching corps a triple threat By MIKE HENRY Tribune Staff Writer DUNEDIN The Dunedin Blue Jays have found strength in numbers behind home plate this season. It looks like the team will carry three catchers when the Florida State League playoffs begin in three weeks. Two of the Blue Jays catchers, Greg O'Halloran and Ja- son Townley, played in the FSL Ail-Star Game this season. Jose Monzon, called up recently from the Blue Jays' extended spring training, has made an impact at the plate, batting .333 in his first 20 games with Dunedin. Many organizations are desperate for quality catchers, but Blue Jays' brass believe O'Halloran, Townley and Monzon, all 22 or younger, have vast potential. "Jason Townley has done an outstanding job offensively and defensively," said Dunedin manager Dennis Holmberg. "He did the bulk of the catching in the first half of the season because O'Halloran was bothered with a sore shoulder. "As a result, Townley didn't get as much extra work as he should have, but I think he has improved a lot just by playing. He has not made many mistakes behind the plate. "Greg is trying to catch up for lost catching time. Even when his shoulder was sore, he was capable of swinging the bat. It never seemed to affect his hitting. "He threw one guy out trying to steal second base Friday, and seems to be coming around more and more." Townley was an all-state player at Pen-sacola Escambia High in 1987, batting .539 with nine homers. But Townley was not as well known as Escambia classmate Emmitt Smith, who went on to run the football at the University of Florida. Townley and O'Halloran seem satisfied for now to catch four games a week and be a designated hitter the other three. Both are batting around .290 this season, and both have 10 home runs and 20 doubles. "I like being behind the plate every day, but I can't complain," Townley said. "I Drop shots: Jennifer Capriati was a fan during the weekend, but still was a drawing card. "A lot more people hung around than would have normally, just because she was at the tournament," said Denis Quilligan, City of Tampa racquet sports director. The tournament was the Tampa Bay Junior Invitational, and Capriati was taking a break from the pro circuit to support her younger brother Stephen, playing in the boys 12-and-under singles and doubles. Stephen came through, winning both titles, even though he was unseeded. In singles, he beat top-seed Patrick Gaughan of Lakeland 4-6, 6-4, 7-6 (7-4). In doubles, he and Canadian junior Jared Gutstadt beat Tampa's Damien Fritz and Chris Gatt 6-4, 6-4. Throughout, he was watched by his sister, who was being watched herself as always by everyone else. It was no mob scene, though, Quilligan said, but rather a pleasant addition to one of the oldest Florida Tennis Association junior tournaments. "Jennifer was so cool about everything all weekend," Quilligan said. "Signing autographs, posing for pictures with kids." The tournament had its best-ever turnout, Quilligan said, with over 180 entries, including full draws in Boys 14s 16s and 18s. Tampa bids for junior tourney: The CityHCC Complex has bid for the 1992 Florida State Junior Championships, a slight retreat from the original idea of providing a permanent home for the state's oldest junior event. The tournament was held in Tampa for the first time in 50 years, on June 20-24. Quilligan said the tournament may be destined to be shared between Tampa and San-lando Park in Orlando. "You had to be behind the scenes (to experience) getting it all together," Quilligan said. "Getting sponsors, running the tournament, it's really a lot of work. It's five days, a big event You really have to look at how much you want to dedicate your staff and your volunteer support group. We don't want it every year. And, I can't say for sure we'll have it in 1992. I'm not sure the FTA wants one place to own the tournament" J Ma'. 3L J1. iiiiiiii i in i, Y L i &jW few Tribune photograph by BRUCE HOSKINQ From left, Jason Townley, Jose Mon- time behind the plate for the Dunedin zon and Greg O'Halloran have split Blue Jays. think we both thought coming into the season we would split time, and I was mentally prepared for that. "But it took time to get used to the DH role. When you are catching, you're already loose, but when you're the DH, you just sit and wait for your at bat to come up." With 69 RBI, O'Halloran has done the job offensively but said his shoulder problems have cost him "about a half-year of progress in my catching. "I didn't progress the way I thought I would have," said O'Halloran, in his first full year with the Blue Jays organization. "But I don't have any discomfort now. The shoulder feels good." Monzon might feel like the odd man out, but Holmberg said the team is aware he has the skills to play every day at the Class-A level. "His skills probably are as good as every catcher in this league," Holmberg said. "My responsibility is to get him into as many games as I can, here and there. But when you have three quality catchers, it's tough to get them all playing time." Monzon said he felt similar frustration last season in the Class-A South Atlantic League at Myrtle Beach when Eric Brooks saw the bulk of the action behind the plate. "I know the other guys are playing well, but I want to play," Monzon said. "I come to the park every day ready to play, then I wind up just catching the pitchers in the bullpen. It's no fun." Blue Jays notes: Center fielder Ryan Thompson was expected to see his first action Saturday night at Sarasota since getting hit in the face with a pitch eight days ago against Fort Lauderdale. Thompson's nose was broken in seven places. He will wear a batting helmet with a plastic shield. "The doctors have given him the OK to play," Holmberg said. "Friday was his first day of hitting against live pitching in batting practice, and I wanted him to take another day of live BP, infield and throwing." Thompson was eager to see how he would react "I was talking to my father, and he thought I might be gunshy. But I don't think I will be. I'm not that type of person," Thompson said. I'd play with half a leg, or half an eye, if I had to. If I had been hit in the eye it might be a different story, but my vision is perfect. The only thing I'm concerned about is playing. I cannot sit on the bench, because it's not in my system to do that." After Friday's 2-1 loss at Sarasota, the Blue Jays had dropped four straight and, at 22-27, trailed second-half Western Division leader Charlotte by six games. Dunedin already has clinched a spot in the FSL playoffs, based on its 53-14 first-half record. "We're looking for Ryan, or anyone, to give the team a spark," Holmberg said. "We have guys capable of doing it, but I think we have gotten unconsciously careless because we've been making errors that are uncharacteristic of this club." Tennis H.A. Branham Upcoming events Friday-Sunday: End of Summer Classic, Down Under Tennis Club; men'swomen's singles and doubles; deadline Tuesday; call 882-4425. Friday-Sunday: Gordon's Mixed Doubles Championship, Temple Terrace Whiteway Tennis Complex; Open mixed doubles (amateurs only), men'swomen's AB singles and doubles; deadline Wednesday; call 855-5471. Saturday-Monday: Summer Championships, Hunter's Green Tennis and Athletic Center (Florida Tennis Association-sanctioned); men'swomen's Open2530354555 singles and doubles; deadline today; call 973-4220. Sept 14-18: Molson Men's Doubles Classic, River Hills Country Club; men's Open doubles; deadline Sept. 12; call 653-3776. Notes: Mark Harner, tennis director at Avila Country Club, says he's planning a tournament comeback, aiming at USPTA and Florida Professional Tennis Association Grand Prix events. He'll play 35 singles and doubles with Vero Beach's Ted Mac-Beth, the former All-America at Rollins this weekend at the Wellington Club in West Palm Beach, a grand prix stop. Harner was ranked No. 1 in Florida 35s two years ago. ... The Gordon's Mixed Doubles Championship scheduled last week at Carrollwood Village, a qualifier for the Gordon's series, was canceled due to lack of entries, according to tennis director Alan Williams. Williams said it would not be rescheduled. Another Gordon's tournament is set for this weekend at the Temple Terrace Recreation Complex. ... Tampa's Mary Turnes will play in the Infinity Mixed Doubles Series national finals on Sept. 6-8 in Flushing Meadow, N.Y., with former University of South Florida player David Marcinko. Turnes, the former Mary LoPresti, played No. 1 for the University of Tampa in the 1970s. Her all-around game pairs well with Marcinko's, which is built around a massive serve. TOURNAMENT SC0RES0AR0 Tampa Bay Juwf kwitaKnil. City ot TammHillstnrougli Community College Compta: Boys IS-and-orater singles Denny Rager vs. David Bat (TBA); Boys 16s Erik Tumquot del. Milan Ptak 6-3. 3-6. 6-3: Boys 14s - Teias Paid Set Jason Strickler 6-1. 3-6. 6-3: Boys 12s Stephen Capriati del. Patrick Gaughan 4-6. 6-2. 7-6 (7-4): Boys 10s - Mike Murray del Bobby Kiuegei 6-1, 6-1: Girls 16s - Tu Mai del. Sandra Schayfer 6-2. 6-2: Girts 16a Joanne Moore del. Brook Herman 6-1. 6-3: Girls 14s Luisa Penalyer del. Sabrira Maluraj 6-0. 6-4: Girls 12s Janet Walker del. Jacqueline Rosen 6-4. 6-1: Gils 10s Candies Fucns del. Katie Thompson 6-2. 6-1. In The Area Manatee slates volleyball tryouts A Tribune Staff Report BRADENTON Manatee High School varsity and junior varsity volleyball tryouts will be held at 4 p.m. Wednesday at the South Campus Gym. Practices will be held weekdays from 4-6:30 p.m. Fall Little League registration today SARASOTA Central Sarasota Little League will offer a fall program for children ages 5-18. Registration will be held today, from 7-9 p.m., and Saturday, from 9 a.m.-l p.m., at Twin Lakes Little League Complex. Registration fee is $40, and players are required to bring a copy of birth certificate. Hurricanes schedule cross country tryouts BRADENTON Tryouts for the Manatee High School cross country teams will be held Wednesday, at 7:30 a.m. at Hawkins Stadium. Daily practice will be held through Aug. 25. For information, call Tom Orehowsky at 792-7930 or 746-7181. Sarasota Sun Devils accepting applications SARASOTA The Sarasota Sun Devils are accepting applications for volunteer cheerleader coaches. Applicants must be at least 21 years old to apply. For more information, call 924-2386 or 371-5394. Organizational meeting scheduled for softball SARASOTA Sarasota County Area Softball will hold an organizational meeting for its fall leagues on Aug. 21 and Aug. 28 at 7 p.m., at the Bee Ridge Park Pavilion. All men's and women's teams are welcome. For information, call Jack Wallace at 923-2225 or Mickey Piro at 355-3473. Sports meetings ARMWOOD Wednesday, in school's main lobby, 9 a.m. Practice for prospective members of cross country teams. BRANDON Today, in school cafeteria, 7 p.m. For all prospective swimmers. Bring birth certificate and any completed paperwork. KING Today, at school gym, 4 p.m. For all prospective varsity and junior varsity football players. Bring birth certificates and proof of physical. Parents welcome. Call 985-1625. Wednesday, at school gym, 4 p.m. For all propective volleyball players. Bring birth certificate. Call Kathy Tintera, 626-8111. LETO Wednesday, 4:45 p.m. All varsity football players need to report to school gym for first practice. Aug. 22, 4:45 p.m. All junior varsity players need to report to school gym for first practice. PLANT Wednesday, 10 a.m. at school gym. Volleyball tryouts. All paperwork must be completed, including insurance, doctor's signature and notarized medical release forms. Paperwork can be obtained in school's main office. Call 839-8461. Wednesday, at Bobby Hicks Pool, 4:30-6 p.m. For all prospective swimmers. Bring birth certificate and all medical and insurance forms. Call 839-8461. TAMPA CATHOLIC Thursday, in cafeteria area, 4:30 p.m. For boys and girls interested in running cross country. Bring birth certificates. BEN HILL JUNIOR HIGH Aug. 22, 7 p.m., at school gym. For all prospective football players. Must bring birth certificates. Parents are encouraged to attend. Call Dan Acosta, 963-2492. BURNS JUNIOR HIGH Aug. 21 , 7 p.m., at school gym. For all prospective football players. Must bring birth certificates. Parents are encouraged to attend. Call Bill Agatheas, 963-5127.

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