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THE TAMPA TRIBUNE Sports Plant City-5 Tuesday, May 23,1995 Nine or Better victory worth grand to Clark r By TOM HASTY Tribune Correspondent "What makes the tournament so unique is that one bad ball and you're out of it," said Everett Carr, director of the Nine or Better Tournament at Regal Lanes on Sunday. The winner took all the $1,069.50 cash prize. Fifty participants bowled as long as they could make at least nine pins fall. Ron Clark was the early leader, conquering nine lanes. Tim Dalton bowled 50th. When he went nine-or-better eight times, the crowd hushed. But, then the tournament was over in an instant as the 7-8-10 stood. Clark was the richer. "That's sudden death," Carr said. The event was the third annual promotion of Tampa Bay Bowling Proprietors Association centers. Bowlers qualified through reach in-house tournaments before the grand finale at Regal. Cash awards were distributed weekly and after final in-house tournaments. Sunrisers: The Sunrisers Bowling League at Regal Lanes calls itself "the best daytime league in Tampa." The league, designed for postal employees and other second-and third-shift workers, is for mixed teams of three. Play starts June 5 at Bowling 9 a.m. Contact Sheryl at 877-7418. Ladies doubles: Regal Lanes begins a Ladies Doubles Handicap Tournament on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. beginning this week. Teams will bowl two full games and one Baker game. Cost is $10 a person. Free bowling: Palm River Lanes is offering free open bowling to any summer league bowler. The only restriction is a three-game maximum on any given day or night. Bowl to cruise: Brandon Crossroads Bowl starts a four-person, mixed league tonight at 9. Cost for 15 weeks is $17, with the highlight a two-day cruise in the Gulf of Mexico aboard the Regency Rainbow on Oct 21-22. Hoinke Classic: Cincinnati is playing host to the Hoinke Classic, which continues until Nov. 19. All events are bowled at Western Bowl. The Classic has had a payout of more than $42 million in 52 years. For reservations, call 1-800-543-4010 or (513) 574-2200. CROWN LANES NCBA Mwi'i Mario Moley 223, 258, 219, 700; Shell Wilson 247: Greg Wolf 267, 218, 673; Wayne Swift 236; Ted Fraley 244, 254, 693; Greg Thomason 214, 256, 664; Anthony Pullara 235, 223, 652; Ron Tucker 225 279, 882; Brian Fitemaurice 268, 247, 711; Jerry Quintana 231; Jeff Poison 239, 245, 664; Stan Kodish 257' 204, 202, 663; Ken Fishman 279, 226, 214, 719; Gary Pennisten 225, 242, 654; Rob McDowell 230, 224 246 700. Airport Brian Kolesar 223, 278, 687. Teacher FeHowehlp Mark Danford 234; Steve Smith 213, 222, 268, 703; Dale Long 235; Julio Cavallo 212, 236, 204, 652. Juniors Seniors Kevins Commons 256-Missy Bishop 200. NCBA Woman's Kathy Uva 232, 237, 638; Kim Bale 215, 269, 653; Shari Johnson 237-Denise Richards 239, 233, 228, 700; Robyn Eldard 235; Stephnie Hardy 235; Barbara Martin 235. Media Fun League Andy Permuy 231; Mac McCullock 225, 225, 204, 654. Nrtelrtere OJ Echevarria 210, 232 204 646; Donavon Murrow 235; Tony Alvarez 246, 245, 671. Kings Queens Duane Dooley 244; Lee Crump 237; Ed Allen 234; Keith Monahan 225. Dale Kolesar, Jr. 223, 234, 215, 672; Don Sargent 247; John Rebelk) 227; Wayne Swift 205, 279, 228. 712; Uoyd Floyd 235; Greg Wolf 212, 216, 225, 653. Hits end Misses - Jim Spaugy 234; Terri Spaugy 225; Fred Haus 234. Jose kjlesias 250; Vicky Reed 253. GokMkjoara Kres Duncan 243; Dennis Jaggers 235. 234. 210, 679; Bill Toler 232; Chester Bell 202. 210, 268, 680; Denise Szima 268; Jack Thompson 234; Todd Jones 235. 235; Stephanie See 254. 279, 204, 740; Harold Hines 237; Donald Moore 211, 233; Rich Crepeau 254; Kevin Stallwort 225; Terry Burnett 234; Robert Splain 205; Donald Alpizar 238: Ken Johnson 265; Rudy Sauceda 227. Tigerattes Teresa Glass 224; Kim Wolf 223. Kings I Queens Sharon Deschamp 212. 200, 568: Richard Scott 203; Mac McCullock 269; Duane Dolley 255; Leo Padron 242, 226, 661; Grade Clanton 235; Bob Garron 204, 221, 258, 663; Jim Spaugy 235; Wayne Swift 210 222 248, 680; Uoyd Floyd 245; Jeff Skiers 298, 212, 707; Alan Speer 268. Breakaway Laura Pullara 214; Paul Terrace 231; Doug Baltou 225, 235, 656; Earl Henning 238, 223, 233, 694; Billy Jones 234, 211, 206, 651; Miguel Perey 249, 244, 686; Mike Perey 247; Clarence Tilly 210. 233, 214, 657; Rex Sconyers 244, 202, 258 684; Jay MarKell 241, 221, 202, 664; Luke Vazul 223, 222. Niteltghtera Steve Dombrowski 209; Philip Collins 221; Bruce Rodriquez 248; Karen Jay 201; Chuck Falbo 242. NCBA Men Michael Fish 235; Bobby Atha 277, 279, 204, 760; Randy Rondazzo 248; Mark Salka 257, 217, 202, 676; Joe Capabianeo 226, 248, 267, 741; Daryl Dempsey 247; Julio Cavallo 245; Ed Teal 244; Buddy Bunford 236; Tom Daughtery 212, 269, 234, 705; Juito Atenza 247, 240, 222, 709; Brandon Cole 252; Ben Wing 255, 218, 207, 680; Bill Helsel, Jr. 251, 235 236, 722; Bill Helsel, Jr. 255, 257, 266, 778; Edie Burns 221, 247, 666. FLORIDA LANES Tampa Chemical Men Vic PettS 277, 725; Kenny DeGroff 259; Larry Andrews 267; Ed Rice 246, 655; Joe Harris 258, 655. Mad Hatter Women Sandy Pope 247, 679; Rhonda Vitordo 209. 585; Christy Taylor 209. 578; Bobbie Spktel 218, 563; Barb Almond 219, 582; Trudy DeShong 222. Generation Gap Casey Collins (youth) 274, 606; Stacey Kownack (youth) 235, 573; Jeffery Mersch 212, 587. Sunday Nite Mixed Ophelia McEven 212, 562; April Harrod 202, 582; Gary Owens 265, 658. TAMPA YOUTH LEAGUE Travis Gonzales 224, 288, 704; John Ferrari 213, 220, 237, 670; Sean Burkhardt 202, 270, 665; Andrew Mark 225, Anthony Crudup 204, 226, 226, 656; Kevin Boyd 215, 278, 652; Brian Crilly 211, 246, 644; Chris Mesagno 221, 227, 638: BJ Morris 200. 248, 625: Matt Muller 201, 202, 223, 626: Robbie Walker 218, 248, 625; Ryan Seghi 200, 202, 223, 626; Jason Arrack 202, 224, 620; Patrick Gunn 208, 210, 612; Ricky Lind 245, 606; Eunice Kindred 203, 227, 605; Mike Sauceda 207, 256, 603; Scott Tuner 224, 596: Jim Nemeth 217, 592; Wayne Kissam 225, 586; Ouentin Robinson 221, 585: Steve Acks 230, 583; Roxanne Scott 583; Chad Gaddie 217, 580; Missy Bishop 213, 580; Kevin Commons 205, 577; Erin Dedering 233, 567; Aide Wills 21 1, 566; Kathy Ward 222, 565: Corey Morrissey 205, 562; Adam Shoemaker 200, 562; Steve Drum 218, 558; Rachel Battles 202, 556: Charlie Garrod 551; Jason Martinez 221, 550; James Gilbow 200, 545; Jon Kunde 539; Joshua Kelley 538; Charlie Hysell 203, 536: Roy Fernandez 535, Joey Wages 203, 526; Casey Hewlett 204, 525; Rick Blanchard 524; Tasha Schutz 516; Wally Fong 515; Robert Dodson 610; Paul Leininger 510; Samantha Julian 505: Vicki Mark 505; Barbie Kelsey 504; Jeremy Howard 504; Heather Seekins 504; Carrie Keller 501; Keith Eldard 201. BASEBALL Former Brandon High and University of Tampa pitcher Gary Graham will be named the baseball coach at Durant High, which opens in August, sources have told The Tribune. Durant athletic director Denny Oest would not confirm the reports, saying the hiring process will not be completed until June 13. "Until then, nothing is official. A lot could happen between now and then," Oest said. , However, Graham informed members of the Bloomingdale baseball team, where he was the pitching coach under Robert Campbell this season, that he is leaving to take the job at Durant. Graham pitched Brandon to the state championship game during his senior year and pitched on two NCAA Division II national championship teams at Tampa. He left Tampa as the school's career victories leader with 40 wins. ... Armwood pitcheroutfielder Kirk Asche, the team's most valuable player this season, has signed with Edison Community College in Fort Myers, former Armwood coach K.B. Scull said. Asche, a three-year letterman, finished the season as the Hawks' leading hitter (.359, two home runs, 13 RBIs) and had a 4-4 mark with a 1.74 ERA as a pitcher. Armwood finished 10-14. ... Brandon junior pitcher Greg Howell made what many considered the play of the state tournament in Friday's five-inning, 10-0 rout of West Palm Beach Wellington in the Class 6A semifinals at Sarasota. Wolverines senior Nick Priolo led off the bottom of the second inning with a blistering line drive directly toward the pitcher's mound. Howell, apparently sensing no time to raise his glove, caught the ball with his bare right hand. It wasn't the only hand the Eagles' ace had in his team's victory. He finished with a two-hitter, striking out six and walking one. FOOTBALL 1 After coaching Temple Heights to the playoffs for the first time since 1976, Tom Allen is leaving to be an assistant at Armwood this fall. Allen, who led the Eagles to a 9-2 record in his first full season as head coach, finished with a record of 11-6. Allen took over for Steve Lewis halfway into the 1993 season. Replacing Allen at Temple Heights is Ray Rairigh, who has coached in Hillsborough County for 18 years including stints at King, Chamberlain and Tampa Bay Tech and Leto. Allen, who is coaching the defensive backs at Brandon during spring practice, said the move to Armwood not only is a big step for his coaching career but also will help him realize his educational goals. "This is what I've been working toward ever since I came here," Allen said. "I'll be teaching business and that was my major. I felt it was time to move on, I'm real excited about this already." ... Durant will hold a Blue-Gold scrimmage Thursday night at Turkey Creek Junior High to conclude the school's first spring practice. Coach Jim Wilt has approximately 40 players on the roster, Oest said. The format is expected to be a game of four, 10-minute quarters, depending on the number of players available to participate. Admission is $2 for adults and $1 for students. BASKETBALL Sources also say longtime Turkey Creek Junior High basketball coach Gary Jordan will be named boys coach at Durant. Oest again said the hiring process will not be completed until June. ... Bloomingdale forward Lindsey McBride signed a scholarship to attend Saint Leo College. McBride, who was the Bulls' co-MVP this season, averaged 14 points and 12 rebounds. DOUG CARLSON, JOEY KNIGHT, WALTER DOZIER .1 - Allen Foreign coaches shun U.S. National position Soccer Bill Ward i V Carlos Queiroz, a native of Mozambique, coaching Portugal's Sporting Lisbon, has declined the job. Carlos Alberto Par-reira, who coached Brazil to the World Cup title last summer and now coaches Valencia in the Spanish League, said he was contacted too late. So, what other foreign-born coach wants to turn down the job of coach of. the U.S. National men's team? Speak now in English, please or forever hold your clipboard. In the last month, it appears that the U.S. Soccer Federation is in a quandary over who will replace Bora Milutinovic, who was fired April 14 after refusing to accept an expanded role to the position, overseeing youth player development within USSF. Serbian-born Milutinovic tended to speak fluent English only at restaurants. But when it came to tough questions from the media during last summer's World Cup ("Did you really think you could force a scoreless tie with Brazil and win on penalty kicks?"), his English drifted in and out of Spanish. USSF executive director Hank Stein-brecher, who supposedly wasn't pleased with Bora or his reported massive telephone bills, said earlier this week that Queiroz had been offered Bora's old job. Queiroz, 42, even made a trip last month to Tampa to meet with Farrukh Quraishi, general manager of Tampa's Major League Soccer franchise, and Francisco Marcos, commissioner of the United Systems of Independent Soccer League. And, according to Marcos, Steinbrecher has traveled to Portugal to meet with Queiroz while USSF president Alan Rothen-berg has met with him recently in the United States. As late as May 12, Steinbrecher believed all he needed was the contract and a pen to land his man. Queiroz, 42, even noti- fied Sporting Lisbon's management he was resigning at the end of the season. But after a reported all-night bargaining session with his current team, Queiroz apparently changed his mind and didn't tell anyone, including Steinbrecher. "It caught us by great surprise," said Steinbrecher, who, along with Sunil Gula-ti of the USSF, were conducting the negotiations by telephone and fax. "As of last Friday (May 12), we were discussing the fine points of the contract." Steinbrecher said the only serious interviews he has conducted have been with Queiroz. He also said he had a list of about 10 candidates all foreigners that he would like to contact. One of the rumored candidates is Dutchman Leo Beenhakker, who coached Saudi Arabia through the World Cup qualifying rounds before getting the royal hook from Saudi King Fahd. Steinbrecher scratched Parreira from the list when the Brazilian said he was staying in Spain to coach at least one more season. There's no word on Beenhakker yet All this leaves the U.S. team with something called an "interim coach," a very affable guy named Steve Sampson. In a teleconference held Thursday with U.S. players Marcelo Balboa and Paul Cali-giuri, the two defenders defended the idea that it's time to give an American a try. "Brazil has a Brazilian coach and Argentina has an Argentinean coach," Balboa said. "We'd like to keep Steve Sampson." Caligiuri argued that even if a coach was hired today, it would take him 12 to 18 months to get to know the American players and the system they played under Milutinovic. The CONCACAF tournament (the qualifier for the 1998 World Cup) set to begin in 1996. Is that enough time for a new coach to assemble a strong team? "Coach Sampson knows us, knows the system and was a successful college coach at Santa Clara (the 1989 NCAA Division I champ)," Caligiuri said. "I think, and I think a majority of the team probably feels this way, that he's more qualified than anyone." 'Sampson knows he's unlikely to be given the job. But the longer it takes, he says, the more likely it is he will be named coach. "But I can't concern myself with all that," Sampson said. "For now, I'll coach and let the decision makers take care of the rest." In preparation for their May 28 match against Costa Rica at Tampa Stadium, Sampson and the U.S. men's team arrive in Tampa on Tuesday. They'll practice Wednesday morning at J.C. Handly Park in Brandon. Cyclones win: It came against a somewhat young and weak opponent, but the area's new United States International Soccer League franchise, the Tampa Bay Cyclones, picked up their first victory Saturday night when it knocked off the South Florida Future 2-1. The match should have been a 2-0 result for the Cyclones, but the USISL is Guinea Pig for the international governing body of the sport, FIFA, as well as for the country's Division I league, Major League Soccer. That means rules experiments. In this division of the USISL, there's a strange experiment called a "live shootout," which is awarded to a team that is fouled seven times by the other team. The player taking the penalty kick starts from the top center circle closest to the goal while everyone else except, of course, the goalkeeper waits at midfield. When the referee blows the. whistle, the player taking the penalty kick races toward the goal, followed by the other players. South Florida scored its only goal this way, late in the second half. "What good does that rule do?" said Cyclones midfielder Andy Zorovich, a Largo High graduate. "It doesn't seem to ac-' complish anything, except maybe give the referee too much control of the game." The Cyclones, 1-2, are on the road for their next two games, Saturday at the Cocoa Expos and Sunday at the Orlando Lions. Their next home match at USFs soccer stadium is June 3, against the Birmingham Grasshoppers. About 850 fans came to Saturday's match but with two weeks to mount some promotions, Cyclones owner Luis Posso says be hopes for a much larger turnout June 3. CLASSIFIED INDEX ANNOUNCEMENTS CLASSIFICATION 1-49 FINANCIAL CLASSIFICATION 50-99 SEAL ESTATE CLASSIFICATION 100-149 MOBILE HOMES CLASSIFICATION 150-170 RENTALS CLASSIFICATION 199-249 EDUCATION CLASSIFICATION 250-299 EMPLOYMENT CLASSIFICATION 300-399 MERCHANDISE CLASSIFICATION 400-499 BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL SERVICE DIRECTORY CLASSIFICATION 1001-1450 FARMER'S MARKET CLASSIFICATION 500-549 RECREATION CLASSIFICATION 550-599 TRANSPORTATION CLASSIFICATION 600-649 ERRORS Advertisers are encour aged to check the first ap pearance of their ad for corrections. The Tribune will be responsible for only one incorrect insertion. Report errors immediately. Special: After an ad has been or dered no cancellations or corrections can be made before the first insertion. Now ...For Your Convenience ...you may charge your want ad with your VISA, Master or Discover charge can. 1 Lost JACK Russell Terrier lost, white wbrown mask, blue coHor, answers to Bucky. Reward 754-1834 15 Child Care Svcs BLOOMINGDALE Home Day Care has opening for a little girl perferrably in her early 2'S. 661-0638 FHC-845 SEFFNER HOME DAY CARE. REASONABLE RATES FHC894. 661-4234 DAYCARE HOME has full-time summer openings, school age children, 1 full-time for preschooler, 24hr. core avail. Ann Clark 623-6649 LICFHC377 30 Travel Opportunities . 0) Temple C M -fflt:T Z. t TmpiBy J f1, xVhillsborough 1fjMapArea2 126 1 Acreage llln Manufactured I I nomn Via 43 study, Ig yd, FP, sec sys, all appl, $169,500. 813-468-4582 104 Map Area 4 BRANDON. 3ml. terms or trode-ASSUME NON-QUALFY CHA. 169,850 661-0988 ow-brkr BRANDON AREA Affordable New homes, easy financing. Evelyn Woliga 661-3807 Bktrs Emp. of tin. Inc. Uc RE. bkr. BRANDON-ForedosuresRent' ats, E-Z auaL Bankrupt OK. Land Ho Real Estate 989-8928 Brandon Waterford Dev. 43Vj 3300 sf, custom, pool, tropical nnascapea, an luxurys, mooei perfect. $279,900 654-2358 DOVER excellent value only $124,900 beautiful 32 home with sor pool fireplace, fabu lous master Dearoom surre. possibly lease option 661-1323 N Brandon 3Br2Ba, Pool, Big Yard, Trees, Wood Floors, Lg Master. Must Selll Brokers Welcome. $79,500 689-1232 PALM River ranch style home, rg mca lot, 3 1, $59,000. Call 626-9357 RIVERVEW $89,999. 7 vr 32 Picturesque Setting! Assum- opie or new Tinanc oovnjwv NICE 32 home w fam rm, carport, large utility, fenced. KbAL UfcAL at $JV,MW Country Real Est. Inc 677-7883 DRrVNG to York, PA leaving 6895 approx 622, passen gers SIB3KI 49 Cemetery Lots BRANDON, Hlllsboro Memorial Gardens, 4 buriel plots, $1,500 tor OH. 904-567-0706 50-99 Financial 50 J Business Opps. Est. Florist (35 yrs) for sole. thriving operation, extensive customer list, great potential price nea. can o u-vj-i6u FEEL AND LOOK GREAT1 FREE HERBAL SAMPLES! CALL. 677-6314 FOR INFO. 103-149 Real Estate 100 Real Estate General FAX YOUR CLASSIFIED ADS 24 HOURS A DAY! AT YOUR CONVENIENCE BRANDON 654-0874 RUSKIN, BRADENTON, SARA- bOIA 813-645-1462 PLEASE INCLUDE FOR BILLING Billing Name Adoress:(lf PO Box, also Include street address) contact person's fuH name for verification: Also day phonerfwhere we can reach you 8am-5pm,if wenave any questions) ALL FAX ADS WILL BE VERIFIED PRIOR TO PUBLICATION Please refer to our classified index for an deadlines. OR YOU MAY CALL OUR OFFICE: FOR ASSISTANCE Brandon 685-4581 SarasotaBradenton 1-8O0-552-3898 Thank You For Placing Your Ads With THE TAMPA TRIBUNE PUBLISHER'S NOTICE: AR real estate odverttslna in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes It tHegai to ooVertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention, to make any such preference, limitation or Discrimination.' Fomir tal status Includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper WIN not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which Is in violation of the taw. Our readers are hereby Informed that aR dwellings advertised m this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of Discrimination call HUD toll-free at 1-80069-9777. The toU-free telephone number for the hearing impaired Is 1-80(927-9275. fouAi nousma OPPORTUNITY 103A Real Estate Information MISSED YOUR PAYMENT AGAIN? Private party 1 share ways to save your nome ana protect your eaurly. Learn eight ways to avoid foreclosure. No charge. Cot for info 653-3198 POOL, 1 oc, 32, 2 c gar, NICE! $106K. C Fletcher 671-0264 ERA Robertson 685-5522 100 Financing 32 Free AppL Trocy Yates, Btars. Emp. N. Hrra. mc Lie RE Bkrs 671-0359 BANK OWNED Homes $94,900 Oaks of Lakevlew VH-loge & (174,900 52 Culbreath Cove. Mary Odum Coklwell Banner Res R.fc. Inc 685-6510 106 Map Area 6 ALAFIA RIVERFRONT 1950 sf. totollv remodeled, 32 Treed privot, Vi acre on aeaa end street, pool, aecK & aocK. $189,900 671-2701 GtBSONTONRiverview area 1 acre fenced, 42, scrn pool. 2UX4U SIMP. W5MIU. 6-68U8 114 Waterfront LARGE 2 BED, 3 BA on Big Lake. Over 2900 S F. Has 166' of Waterfrontage. Located 15 miles south of Ocala. Tile Roof - Stone Fireplace - Dock - Sprinklers Lots of Ceromlc Tile. S125K. 904-344-0195 116 Other Counties ORANGE SPRINGS-Cute 2 bedroom, 1 bath house 7 acres. Fenced, highway frontage. $38,000. 904-236-1211 11111 Citrus NEW 322 2224 S F - This Home Is Energy Efficient w Volume Ceilings, Over-sized Garage, Sodded & Landscaped - Possible Owner Financing w Good Down, 169,850. 904-344-0195 116WPom NORTH LAKELAND, Custom built 2 story house, private subdivision, security gate, 32 Vi, 2 car garage, security system. Lease-24 months $9V9.Der month or Purchase. CaU 813-683-7524 lOam-Spm, MOn-OT ESCAPE to the country. 7.6 fixed fin. New brick homes 3br2ba, garage. From mid vs. LOUnTTV lioss KeOfTV (813)425-5563 or 1-800-834-0777 121 Condominiums Potmo Cela Place 21, WD, ten. hans, lotaiv Renovated, Poss Own Financing. $39,900 813-348-9126 or 813-876-0236 125 Homesites-Lots PALM RIVER- 8 ac oak trees. Look! Nice residential area! Bargain, $8500 ac 960-9790 RUSKM AREA, 2 lots on 1st Street it, $10,000 each. 886-4898 TREES, TREES (10) 13 Acre tors, uuter suoaiv, possible owner financing. $19,900 ea 681-5508, eves 671-1 128 CHRISTIAN HOME REALTY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING IS n BULO Your Dream hm. beautiful country AC on dead end road. Mlntues to Plant City & Brandon. Must build min. IBOOSf. $28400. can Karen Strum, Rltr 684-6246 CENTURY 21 MAIN TEAM REALTY, INC 684-6246 (24hrs) 13P Farms, Groves, & Ranches COUNTRY SETTING-20 acres, 2 houses. In-ground pool. barn. $259,900. 904-796-4769 m Out Of State HAVE OUT-OF-STATE PROPERTY FOR SALE? Place a 3 line ad for 7 days only $4.95. Brandon 685-4581 RuskinSarasotaBradenton 1-800-223-3040 THE TAMPA TRIBUNE 145 Real Estate Wanted BRANDON 2400 Sf 422 w Pool in Aloha or Buckhorn School Dist. Up to $ 75K. No Agents Please. 347-1178 150-179 Manufactured Homes 150 Manufactured Homes 12x60 DW 2BR porch, util shed, Neptune Mobile Village, Rus- Kin, svuuu nrm. (50 ij w-5vo i 14x70s $16,900, $895 Down 86 14x56 $9990 airset Banks, Lakeland 813-688-4635 TAMPABrandon reduced prices on newused singles & dbts. Easy fin. Low on pymt. Coastal mh sales 671-4527 PRICED TO SELL 95 FLEETWOOD 3 BR. 2 BA. SINGLE Glamour Bath. Delivered, set wim air. sz,yuu. Lakeland Housing Center 1-800-926-9199 $$ SAVE $$ Reduced for Quick Satel 22 wscrn porch. A must see! Move In nowl Rlvervlew, Flo. Call 813-677-8781 155 Manufactured Homes In Parks 72 double wide In park, 32 wd, dishwasher, disp, shed, etc Best offer 986-3923 DA VP AM MHP 1989 REDMAN 32, 1600sf, located In park. $25,000. CaH 628-0633 RIVERVEW- 28x80 1991 Fleet wood. BIG, BIG 4br2ba home near water. CHA, Celling fans; Akrfia Riverfront park. $39,500. Must See! 671-3574 SUN CITY PK, Ige unit, AC WD, low rent, easy terms. BARGAIN! 634-94377438 May Includes free Flea Mkt mdse THONOTOSASSA, '92, 32, $16400 w$2500 da EZ Credit, call & tv msg, 986-9418 HACIENDA HEIGHTS Model Oose-out Sale. New models arriving, great deals on existing models. 677-8781 PARKWOOD Estates 752-2222 Close Out on Model Homes 5 Down & 25 Year Terms RESALE HOMES AVAILABLE 14' wide 3BR 2Ba screen rm, carport, util, b skirt 752-2222 A PLACE TO LIVE 5. Date Mobry, Trailer wadd- ea room, cp, ha, root-over, partially furnished $1700 owner finance or wll trade for 65 hp outboard motor. 904-382-5931 168 Manufactured Homesites BRANDON - Owner Finance, RIVERVEW 1 Acre wA improve. S26K, S3K an. $297ma Hignory. owner 165 Manufactured Homes With Property THONOTOSASSA, 42 DW, on 2.1 ocres. 3 large storage Sheds. $72400. 986-7476 18S Commercial Prop. Lease 1838 Office Space Lease BRANDON next to Post Office, 1100 sf, 5 rooms, $874 mo. 654-3195 AM OFFICE SPACE FROM $300 TO $1,250 PER MONTH. Con Brandon Realty 684-2100 18QD Warehouse -Business Park Space Lease BRANDON: GARAGEWHSE ELECTRIC INCLUDED 270 SF, 1 garage door $145 mo 2300 SF, 3 garage drs $750 mo Col 1481-5508, eves 671-1 128 CHRISTIAN HOME REALTY 193 Commercial Prop. Sale Rentals 200 Rooms For Rent PUBLISHER'S NOTICE: AH real estate advertising m this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which mokes It Illegal to advertise 'any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an Intention, to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.' Familial status includes children under the age of 18 Hving wrth parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is In violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that aH dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call HUD toll-free at 1-800-669-9777. The toll-free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-927-9275. . .. i Accommoaauon PLANT CITY Irg 32 MH In 5 porx, single moie loofung tot some. 754-2277 or 425-0734 fj4i Apts. Furnished BRANDON - Hwy 60, furnished opt. aval. Close-in . Neat and dean. Cat 681-3126 Mobile Home tot with trees, f J. , Great Terms. 1-800-544-4488 JfiS Prtmnt plant city 2.23 wooded Unfurnished Acres - very private. Steal HI $21,000 754-8726 Turkey Brandon Creek 1 block N. of WoMen a n,0 nranprr Lake elementary to ScheUd XJ5UtrUJII w Ct. left on Schelld to end of Apartments from $350 rood, look for sign. 689-9219 4 en Manufactured icrj Manufactured 15B Homes I 15PHomes i l AJ'S MOBILE HOMES Quality Palm Harbor construction $35000 Only 2625 Hwy 98 N Lakeland. Fl month ( interest 360 months Only 5 Down 688-6007 1-800-642-4871 5-23 H ' L C F K D CRYPTOQUIP W C M V I F W M F GBMVVDKG RMQ DVIHQMVHXT X H L C M G RWCCBXT MG DQC. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: WHAT DO KINGS LIKE TO WEAR WHILE GETTING CROWNED? REIGN COATS. Today's Cryptoquip clue: L equals V The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals O, it will equal O throughout the puzzle. Single letters, short words and words using an apostrophe give you clues to locating vowels. Solution is by trial and error. C 1995 by King Features Syndicate, Inc. 3

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