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A Bond 70 Years Strong

Love at first sight and a quick decision to marry adds up to seven
decades of companionship for Bernie and Elsie Reynolds.


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n will run By TONY MARRERO
bank tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Robert Looking back, the pack of gum likely
anno- was a sign of things to come for Bernie
lidacy. and Elsie Reynolds.
In the fall of 1934, Bernie Reynolds
PAGE 3 offered a gift to his date Elsie Ross.
................ "He said I was the first girl he ever
gave a pack of chewing gum to," Elsie
recalls. "He usually just gave them one
iE stick."
Bernice is quick to point out that
attribute back then a pack of gum cost 5 cents.
n Luther i "It was very
in Luther e Said I expensive," he
was the first said.
AE 4. Their love
............... girl he ever stuck. The couple
will celebrate
gave a pack their 70th wed-
Sofc-hewingn dinganniversary
Sofcew g Jan. 26. Their
gum to. He family will host a
party in their
usually just honor Jan. 22
h from 1 to 4 p.m.
gave them in the fellowship
one stick." hall of the cou-
ple's church, First
an's ELSIE ROSS Baptist of Plant
ill live on e of City. Friends are
Sn Bernie Reynolds welcome.
unt7 minds Th oulrasdfvsoinu-


The couple raised five sons, includ-
PAGE 8 ing Ronny, 65, of Plant City, who said
.............. he and his brothers are fortunate to
have the parents they do.
"They're just about the best there
is," Ronny said.


Opposites attract
CALENDAR The couple might be one more
PAGE 3 example of how, sometimes, opposites
.................... do attract.
CLASSIFIED Elsie was born in Winnsboro, S.C.
Her father worked in the cotton mills,
.PAGE .. and the family moved around a lot.
After her parents separated, Elsie and
CROSSWORD her mother eventually ended up in
PAGE 20 Whiteville, N.C., a small town about 50
................... miles west of Wilmington.
FAMILY LIVING The farming community was a
p.AGE 8 change from the larger cities Elsie was
used to. Still, she made friends, and
was visiting at the home of one named
SPORTS Estelle Reynolds when her girlfriend's
PAGE 19 brother walked in.
..................... "He was a very handsome man,"
WORnuIP Elsie said.


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Elsie and Bernie Reynolds, shown above among the hibiscus trees at the family nursery, have a love
that blossomed quickly in 1934 but has withstood the test of time.


IN THETRIBUNE
Here's a preview of
what you'll find in
The Tampa Tribune's
Plant City section
Saturday:
L Some might
call it a diamond
in the rough, but
come spring,
the old baseball
complex on
County Road 39
should be spar-
kling with new life.


Darren and
Heather
Kaiser had
just relo-
cated to
Plant City
and had
expressed
optimism
about their
home based
business on
their Web
site.


SI INVESTIGATION


SDouble Homicide Shocks City


8 DETECTIVES ARE
WORKING THE CASE
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Plant City police are keeping what evi-
dence they have in the double murder of a
Plant City couple close to the vest while
neighbors express shock at the news.
Darren Kaiser, 37, and his wife, Heather,
26, were found dead Jan. 15 at their home


on North Gordon Street. The couple ran
Car Search 4 U, a licensed car brokerage
company out of their home at 1905 N.
Gordon St., just south of Interstate 4.
Police were called just before 2 p.m. and
found the couple in the office adjacent to
the home. Both were lying on the floor and
had suffered wounds that police described
as upper body trauma.
The killings were thought to have


oul


...........


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Dodson, Brown Bid For Commission Seats


THURSDAY
Habitat for Humanity
seeks volunteers
Habitat for Humanity of
Plant City will meet Jan. 20
at 7:15 in the Winter Visi-
tors Center, 403 Dort St.
The group seeks volun-
teers and meets the third
Thursday of the month.
Call: 239-2242.

FRIDAY
Alafia River Rendezvous
public days Jan. 21-22
Alafia Rivei Rendezvous
Public days will be Jan. 21
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and
Jan. 22 from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m. in Homeland. The
event is patterned after
the Rendezvous held out
West during the fur trad-
ing era circa 1740-1840.
See a variety of different
cultures from early Ameri-
cana.
Information: www.flori
dafrontiersmen.org/
dvisitors.html.

SATURDAY
Kids Fishing Derby
& Casting Contest
Plant City Recreation &
Parks Department will
host the semiannual Kids
All American Fishing
Derby on Jan. 22 from 8:30
to 11:30 a.m. at.the Plant
City Stadium back parking
. lot off of Albertson Drive.
The free derby is open to
youth ages 6-15. Pre-reg-
istration, wilMbe accepted
until Jan. 21 1ki 5 p.m. at_-t'
the Planteen -Recreation
Center. On site registra-
tion will begin at 8 a.m.
7`.aize, will be awarded
for largest fish by weight;
first bass and first catfish
caught and recorded: and
most fish caugh.r-(Min-
rnum 1 ounce-.--
Prizes for 'he Waier
Casting Contrsl wil-. be

See CALENDAR, Page 4


ELECTION SLATED FOR APRIL 5
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN and TONY MARRERO
StaffWriters
One wants to continue his political
career, another is ready first his first foray
into politics. Both want a seat on the city
commission.
City Commissioner Bill Dodson
announced his bid for re-
election Jan. 14.
Local bank executive and
chamber of commerce offi-
cial Robert Brown called The
Courier offices Monday to
announce he would run for
the spot left vacant by Mayor
Mike Sparkman, who sur-
prised many last week when Dodson
he said he would not run for
re-election.


ground with Tamnpa Bay Water, to ensure
the city and the region can safely and.
effectively serve 'the residents and busi-
nesses dependent on public access to
drinking water."
Paying for infrastructure is also some-
thing Dodson wants to stay focused on in
the immediate future.
"We have improved our impact and
permitting fees to'help pay for the pro-
jected growth in the city," Dodson said.
"But we need to look at other costs, too.
The library is not self-sufficient. It serves
an important public need. But we need to
find a way to generate some revenues
through a library fee paid for by new
construction that will help defray some of
the costs. The library needs to grow in
size and in services. And we must realize
that a lot of the users actually live outside
the city limits. All of that needs to be con-
d.;i- d


Dodson said there is too much unfin- oluaru.
ished business and too much at stake for Dodson also said the city's overall
the city for him to bow out now, and he vision, something he helped to define
will seek a second three-year term on the when he was mayor, needs to be followed
commission. .through so that the city can maintain its
Dodson, 54, who was selected by fellow direction and not fall by the side with
commissioners to serve as mayor during every new plan that comes along.
the 2003-04 fiscal year, said his concerns
about growth and development in and Brown wants to serve community
around Plant City prompted him to seek Brown, 45, is executive vice president
another term. and treasurer at Sunshine State Federal
"There are a lot of irons in the fire and a Savings and Loan in Plant City. He said:
lot to do for Plant City," Dodson said. The he'd been considering a bid for city com-:
comprehensive plan update with Hills- mission for several years.and had even
borough County is coming up by mid- been approached by friends asking him
year. We will be giving our input to the to run .
city-county planning commission and He and his wife, Wendy; a teacher at
staying abreast of that important proj- Durant High School, decided it would be
ect." best to wait until his two children,
Recent population growth and the con- Andrew, 21 and Pamela, 19, were grown.
tinued increases that are projected over Now that they are, Brown is ready and:
the next 10 years should prove to be a Sparkmian's announcement gave himthe
daunting challenge for the city commis- chance. H'e said a(ingas a city commis:
sion, Dodson said. sioner wmuld be ~-way to extend his corn- -
"Growth, population and.water. They munity servviceeand utiie his talentsv.
1all go6tfgether;" he said., The city is "God has given megifts as an accoun-
,already looking for away tofnd comnmo,,.. rant and in admini~riis .J leadership


POLICE BEIT 1


Records seized .
FBL agents removed b6xes of records
and files from the offices of Bane Medical
ServiceSiac., 607 S'. Alexander St, on Jan.
11 in connection with an ongoing federal
investigatiOimno possible, fraud.:- .an FBI
spokeswoman sai& -
"A search warrant was servedF.foi the
graoval of. documents .at the office in
Plant City, looking into an investigation


of alleged fraud," said FBI spokeswoman
Sara Oates.
Bane Medical Services sells bottled
oxygen, unit dose medications and med-
ical equipment.
Contacted on Jan. 12, at the Alexander
Street -office, a woman who identified
herself as the office manager denied any
knowledge of the'search.


roles and I try to use those gifts to better
myself, my family and my community,"
he said.
A native of Washington, D.C., Brown
moved to Florida in 1972 and graduated
from Sarasota High School in 1977. He
earned his bachelor's degree in account-
ing in 1981 from the University of South
Florida and moved to Plant City when he
landed a job at Sunshine
State in 1984.
He is a past chairman of
the Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce. He
also is an active member of
the Plant City Kiwanis Club
and .serves on the First
Baptist Church finance
Brown committee.
He said he is excited at the
prospect of helping guide the city in an
important time in its history, particularly
when it comes to the population boom
expected in the next several years. The
current commission has done a good job
of attracting the right mix of develop-
ment, he said.
"I. certainly would want to continue
that trend so we have good, balanced,
growth," Brown said.
Brown said he would be organizing a
: campaign staff in the coming week. His
`friend and fellow chamber official Billy
-Keel, who had considered running for the
position, would be participating, and
Brown said that he hoped to rally the
same kind of support and from the same
people that helped elect Commissioner
Rick Lott.
Brown said he, too, was surprised at
Sparkman's decision not to run again.
"He sure has done a lot for this com-
munity, and whoever is elected to that
seat'he's held for so long will have big
Nshioes to fill," Brown said.
,The deadline to qualify for the Plant
City commission race is Feb. 18. The
election is slated for April 5.




Drug arrests
Two men suspected of using property)
in the Knights-Station area to make
methamphetamine were arrested b3
Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies
Jan. 12 and charged with possession witf
intent to sell, sheriffs officials said.
About 11 a.m., deputies responded tc
4702 Sleepy Hollow Lane after receiving z
See POLICE, Page 1I


FAMILY CARE
PHARMACY


by
Mark Filosi ---
Registered Pharmacist

Lycopene and Women
For years men have been informed
of the role of lycopene (found in
tomatoes and tomato products)
in regard to lowering their risk of
prostrate cancer. New research
indicates that women may derive
health benefits from the nutrient
as well. A recent study found that
women with a diet rich in lycopene
were 33% less likely to develop
cardiovascular disease. The lyco-
pene may combine with other com-
ponents in the tomatoes to produce
these results, therefore, getting the
lycopene from food may be better
than taking lycopene supplements.

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'9 L'--'* Thompson and Erin Sikes
It carry the banner bearing
S the image of civil rights
S'" leader Martin Luther King,
S. Jr. Jan. 15 as the parade in his
c '' l :-*---: '"''' the Plant City street that
bears his name. Above,
I former Lincoln Elementary
School principal Faychone
Durant heads up the parade
as grand marshal. She now.
leads Young Middle Magnet
School in Tampa but still
resides in Plant City.
DAVE BUYENS/Photos





A Dream On Parade

Jim McDaniel, community
development director for the
city of Plant City, speaks at
the annual Dr. Martin Luther
S 0,. King Jr. Leadership Breakfast,
held Jan.16 on Hillsborough
Community College's Plant
( :City campus. He asked the
audience to consider King's
famous dream. "Ask your-
selves if you are still dream-
ing the dream, living the
dream, or killing the dream"
McDaniel said.


* This poster and two simple words hanging
underneath it greeted visitors to the
Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center,
where several events organized by the
Improvement League of Plant to honor
King were held Jan 8-17. At right, Trey Ceon
shows of his bounty of beads.


Michelle Richardson, left, Jeanette Hordge ard Angelina Wright wave to
the crowd.


CALENDAR


Continued From Page 3
awarded to the angler who success-
fully hits a bullseye. Anglers must be
accompanied by an adult and need to
bring their own pole and any type of
bait they wish to use.
Call: 757-9166.

Festival Queen Pageant
The Lions Club of Plant City will
hold the Florida Strawberry Festival
Queen pageant Jan. 22 at 6 p.m. in the
auditorium of Tomlin Middle School,
501 N. Woodrow Wilson St.
Tickets are $10 and will go on sale at


Tomlin on Jan. 21 at 5:30 p.m. If avail-
able, tickets will be sold at the door the
night of the pageant.

Baby parade sign-ups
Baby Parade sign-ups are set for Jan.
22 from 91to 11 a.m. at the Plant City
Woman's Club, 1110 N. Wheeler St.
The Baby Parade will be at the Flor-
ida Strawberry Festival grandstand on
March 12. Entry fee is $20 and entrants
must live in eastern Hillsborough
County.
Entries are limited to 50 children in
each of the following age groups: 1-
year-olds, 2-year-olds, 3-year-olds,
and 4-year-olds. The age of your child
on Jan. 31 determines the age category


you will register that child in.
Information: 757-2447 or visit
www.flstrawberryfestival.com.

PLAN AHEAD
Grand opening
Dravens City Limits Tattoos, 4415
U.S. 92 West, will hold a grand opening
Jan. 27 at 5 p.m.
Actor Sid Haig will be on hand.
Call: 967-7278.

Pork dinner
Trinity United Methodist Church,
402 W. English St., will hold a roast
pork dinner Jan. 28 from 4:30 to 7 p.m.


in the Fellowship Hall.
The menu will include: roast pork,
hashed brown potato casserole, gravy,
peas, carrots, applesauce, rolls, iced
tea, coffee, punch and homemade
desserts. The cost is $6 for adults and
$3 for children 10 years and under.

Dinner theater
Star Productions will present "Show-
time: A Musical Revue" for a two-night
run Jan. 28-29 at the Orange Blossom
Tea Room, 106 S. Evers St.
Dinner is at 7 p.m., showtime at 8.
Tickets are $22.95 and are available
in advance at the Tea Room or at the

See CALENDAR, Page 18





JANUARY20. 2005 THE COURIER 5


PLANT CITY DIGEST


Sharp's Love Of
Library Shines
Through Art
Kay Sharp never went anyw-
here without.a book. And most
of the time, it was a book from
Bruton Memorial Library.
"She really wasn't one to go
to Barnes & Noble," said Kay's
niece, Melissa Poage, advertis-
ing manager for The Courier
and The Tampa
Tribune. "She
used the library."
"The library
was such a love
of hers," said
Darek Sharp, one
of Kay's three
Buyens sons and a sports
writer for The
Courier. "When I call on visual
memories of Mom one of the
easiest to come back to is that
of a book whatever book,
whatever genre but definitely
a book of some kind sitting
on her night-
stand. Always,
she had a book."
It was for that
reason that the
Sharp brothers,
Darek, Jason,
Ryan and his
Sharp wife, Jennifer,
donated $1,000
to Bruton in their mother's
name. Kay died of cancer in
June 2003. She was 63.
The library used the money
to commission local artist
Connie Buyens, who is the
wife of Courier freelance pho-


DAVE BUYENS/Photo
Courier sports reporter Darek Sharp, left, and his brother Ryan join the audience in applauding
the unveiling of stained glass art work commissioned for Bruton Memorial Library in memory of
their late mother, Kay, an avid reader and supporter of the library.


tographer Dave Buyens, to
recreate in stained glass an
award-winning photograph
Kay Sharp took in a German
garden during a European
garden tour.
Buyens created and donated
another panel to match the
first piece to create a visual
balance when the panels were
placed in the middle two of
four windows on the library's
southern wall.
An unveiling ceremony took
place Jan. 16, attended by


Darek, Ryan and many of
Kay's friends and family mem-
bers. When the black cloth
was removed from the panels,
the afternoon sun shone
through the panels in an
explosion of color.
' Visible beyond the glass was
Kay's other love, the First
United Methodist Church of
Plant City, and just below the
panels on the other side of the
glass are freshly planted, col-
orful flowers. Darek said the
dedication brought all his


mother's passions together:
her love of the library, her
church, gardening and travel.
"It was beautiful," Ryan
Sharp said. "I know she'd be
blessed by all the people that
were there and that they will
always remember her when
they come in to the library and
see it."
Father, Sons
And Selmon
Jerry Lofstrom was one of


many fathers encouraged by
football legend Lee Roy
Selmon when Selmon made a
visit to Plant City last week.
"He challenged fathers in
the audience to be a positive
role model to their sons and
their children," said Lofstrom,
who attended with his son
Jeremy, 17.
Selmon, a member of both
the college and professional
football halls of fame and the
president of the USF Founda-
tion Partnership for Athletics,
spoke at the First Baptist
Church of Plant City's annual
Father and Son dinner ban-
quet Jan. 11.
Some 400 attendees rose to
their feet when Mayor Mike
Sparkman introduced
Selmon.
The youngest of nine chil-
dren, Selmon grew up in a
small house in Eufaula, Okla.,
and worked his father's farm.
SHe said his father instilled the
values of love, faith and hard
work in his children.
Selmon also gave credit to
his faith for whatever he has
accomplished.
"Being in God's Hall of
Fame is the most important
thing in my life," Selmon said.
"It was gift that's free to all of
us."
Lofstrom said Selmon was a
moving and inspiring speaker.
"It was truly a night to
remember," Lofstrom said.
Compiled by Tony
Marrero


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SINGLES MINISTRY


Singles' Night Out

February 12, 2005

7- 9pm

"The Upper Room"

Located at 103 E. Baker St.

Music by Overflow

Message by Kevin Brevik

A great time of fellowship for

singles of all ages and-denominations.


For more information or childcare reservations, call
(813) 752-4104

434859





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The Greater Plant Cit
Chamber of Commerce
has 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
Get to know the people,
programs and events that
helped make this happen
in a Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce
special section, Thursday,
January 27, in the Plant
City Courier.






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gnewman@mediageneral.com
You gotta love living in a
railroad town.
Because if you don't the
trains will absolutely drive
you nuts.
Recently, out of curiosity, I
measured the distance
between my house and the
closest railroad line. Actually
there are three sets of tracks
that are in question. And for "
me, they are each virtually the
same distance from my
house.
There is the north-south
track that runs east of the
Groveland Park neighbor-
hood, near Prosser and
Collins streets. Then there is
the track CSX calls the S Line,
which runs from Tampa,
paralleling Sydney Road. It
enters Plant City from the
west, cutting through town
just south of Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Boulevard. The
other track, an east-west line
CSX calls the A Line, runs
from Tampa to-Orlando, and
beyond. That line runs
through the historic down-
town, past McCall Park,
skirting the Lincoln Park area,
and is the track you will see
the Amtrak train barreling


along several times a day.
Those three lines are each
about one mile from my
house. It could be worse.
Many houses, including the
historic district and Lincoln
Park, are much closer to all
three lines than I am. I say:
"God bless those fine folks
who live there."
Since moving to Plant City
this past April, I have often
heard trains passing through
town during the middle of the
night. Before bedtime, with
the television, radio or stereo
playing, you don't even
notice. But, late at night,
when only the night owls
roam, it is easy to hear that
lonesome whistle blow. And
when I say blow, I mean
practically blow you right out
of bed. And sometimes
practically through the roof.
We're not alone with this
train noise stuff, of course. To
the west these same tracks
run through Sydney, Dover,
Valrico, Mango and Brandon;
with those same trains going
clackity-clack and toot-toot-
toot every inch of the way. I
have lived in several parts of
Brandon the past 25 years,
and believe me, wherever you
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FAMILY


LIVING


Photo courtesy Jo Reynolds

Daily life re-enactment
Members of the Plant City Chapter 1931 United Daughters of the Confederacy attend an
open house at the Gamble Mansion in Ellenton. Club members helped explain the jobs on
the plantation just after the Civil War, including spinning, shoemaking, weaving, ironing and
washing. From left are: Dee Wallnofer and her daughter, Virginia, Jackie Patterson, Donna
Kelly and Jo Reynolds. Not shown are Claudette Waddell and chapter president Carole
Shelton, who sold cookbooks at the event.


BETTY'S PLACE


Husband's Tribute Will Help

Club Start Scholarship Fund


Walden Lake resident and
retired engineer Earl "E.J."
Goodfellow knows a good
woman when he sees one.
In fact, he found a rare
treasure when he married
Norma Elizabeth.
He and Norma, who passed
away not long ago, moved to
Plant City about 19 years ago.
They are originally from
Chicago.
"She was a joy," Earl says.
"She read voraciously and
completed high school and
college after we married."
In tribute to his wife's
"wondrous" and inquisitive
mind and beautiful spirit, Earl
presented Barbara Keen,
president of the Woman's
Club of Plant City, with a
$1,000 check to start a
scholarship fund for needy
students.
"Norma loved the Woman's
Club and had a marvelous
appreciation for education,"
Earl says. "As long as I am
alive, I will see the donation
continues."
I know E.J. and Norma's
large family (six children, 11
grandchildren, five great-
grands) and the ladies in the
club, who have told me what
an extraordinary lady she was,
will deeply miss her, and
worthy Plant City students
will sure be blessed by her
husband's tribute.


If you missed the East
Hillsborough Historical
Society reception for "Abra-
ham and Isaac" last week,
don't worry, you'll have
another chance in about six or
nine months to see "Solo-


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mon's Judgment," my
husband John's next commis-
sioned painting for Queen of
Peace Church in Ocala.
Receptions are always fun,
especially seeing people you
don't get to
see too often.
Marilyn
Roberts told
me her
grandson,
Doug Rob-
berts, is in the
Coast Guard
and that Jeri
Caines has
Roberts moved to
Tampa and is
building a new house near
Thonotosassa.
Some of you will remember
the wonderful ladies Bible
study classes at Jeri's Walden
Lake home. Jeri's an inspiring
teacher and active in Wom-
en's Aglow. The Rev. Alan
Beaver of First United Meth-
odist Church and his wife said
the painting brought back
memories of seeing the
Sistine Chapel.


Emily Bender and her sister
Majel Slade (Nancy Everidge's
mom) graciously let me take
their picture under the bosom
of Abraham. Majel, from
Meridian, Miss., has been.
visiting Plant City along with a
friend over the holidays.
Emily and she took the
opportunity for a sister's
luncheon in Dade City when
another sister, Sally Boshell,
of Palm Grove Colony in
Weeki Wachee, joined them.
And then Emily joined
daughter, Claire, son, Andy,
and his wife, Shelby, and
Mina Jane Morgan, an
attorney in Tampa, for an
annual cousin's luncheon.
What a busy bunch and
Emily still has time to gather
boxes for a Friends of the
Library project!


The reception was made
perfect by the visit of Rob and
Kate Briggs, two of my
grandchildren. Rob ran up to
John, yelling, "Pa pa! Pa pa!"
Someone asked him, "And
who are you young man?"
Rob didn't miss a beat. "I'm
Robert Trinkle Briggs!" he
said, putting his hands on his
hips. Is this the little boy who
only six months ago was
afraid of trains? Not anymore!
I think he took it to heart to be
the little man of the house
while dad was snowboarding
in Colorado last week.


Calling all eligible gals and
guys!


See BRIGGS, Page 9


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Alan "A.J." Young Jr.
and Brandy Keene

CLUB NOTES


Christian Women's Club
The Plant City Christian
Women's Club will host its
"Heart Connections" lun-
cheon Feb. 1 from 11:30 a.m.
to 1 p.m. at the Walden Lake
Golf and Country Club. Reser-
vations necessary.
The program will feature
Sandee Sytsma, coordinator
for the Florida Strawberry Fes-
tival queen and court; vocalist
Chris Conte, and guest
speaker Gloria Dudt.
For reservations or compli-
mentary nursery, call Dorinda,
764-8385 or e-mail
doricard@msn.com.

Winter Visitor's Club
The Winter Visitor's Club
meets for' business and pot
luck every Monday at 5:30
p.m. Membership is $10 per
year and includes shuf-
fleboard tournaments.
A welcome back dinner is
set for Jan. 24, 2005, with door
prizes and entertainment.
Call: 754-4130 or 757-9165.

PCHS Class of '55
The Plant City High School
Class of 1955 will host its 50th
reunion April 15-16.
The following classmates
have not been located: Doro-
thy (Evers) Myers, Vivian
(Norris) Crawford, Joe Oli-
veira, Margie (Williams) Tru-
luck, Carolyn (Wilson) Francis.
If you have information, call
752-7109.

Class of '65
The Plant City High School
Class of 1965 will hold its 40th


ENGAGEMENTS

Hopkins-Salmon
James and Kathryn Hopkins
of Plant City announce the
engagement of their son,
James Harrison Hopkins of
Riverview, to Sheyla Natacha
Salmon. She is the daughter of
Carlos and Liliana Salmon of
Miami.
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of the American School of
Guayaquil high school and the
Catholic University of
Guayaquil's medical school.
The prospective groom is a
graduate of Plant City High
School.
A Feb. 26 wedding is
planned at 4 p.m. at Riverhills
Country Club.


reunion June 10-11.
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.

Lions Club
The Plant City Lions Club
meets Tuesdays at noon at
Shelby's Restaurant, 110 E.
Reynolds St.
Call: Judy Barta, 752-6193.

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.

Civil War unit
Step into the ranks of his-
tory as a Southern cannoneer
and join the Milton Light
Artillery, Co. A.
Milton is. a Civil War re-
enacting unit based on an
actual 1860s Florida battery.
E-mail info@miltonartiller-
y.com or visit www.miltona-
rtillery.com.

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


Sheyla Salmon
and James Hopkins

Keene-Young
William Keene of Plant City
and Deborah Keene of Valrico
announce the engagement of
their daughter,. Brandy Lynn
Keene, to HaywoodAlan "A.J."
Young Jr. of Lakeland. He is
the son of Alan and Beth
Young of Lithia and Billy and
Lisa Cooley of Hattieburg,
Miss.
The bride-elect is a 2003
graduate of Durant High
School. She is employed by
Brandon Eye. Care in Bran-
don.
The prospective groom is a
2002 graduate of Durant High
School. He is employed by
Central Maintenance in Key-
sville.
An April 16 wedding is
planned at 1 p.m. at Welcome
Baptist Church in Lithia.





JANUARY 20, 2005 THE COURIER 9


CLASS NOTES

Wadlington earns
Child Care Credential
Nancy Jo Wadlington of
Plant City has been awarded a
Child Development Associate
(CDA) Credential in recogni-
tion of outstanding work with
young chil-
dren. Wad-
lington has
worked at
Springhead
Elementary
School for
nine years
and was a
Kindergarten
aide for 16
Wadlington years. The
credential
was awarded by the Council
for Professional Recognition
in Washington, D.C., which
represents the early childhood
profession.
CDA is the only major
national effort to improve
childcare by evaluating and
recognizing the skills of indi-
viduals providing care. The
first credential was awarded
25 years ago, and now 46
states plus the District of
Columbia include CDA in
their childcare licensing regu-
lations.
Every candidate for the CDA
credential is observed working
with young children or fami-
lies by an early childhood
professional.
In addition, the candidate
must demonstrate the ability


COMMUNITY ROUNDUP


to work with families to
develop children's physical
and intellectual capabilities in
a safe and healthy learning
environment.
Child care staff and parents
wanting information on CDA
should write to the Council for
Professional Recognition at
2460 16th Street, NW, Wash-
ington, D.C. 20009-3575, or
call (202) 265-9090 or 1(800)
424-4310.

Andreu attends conference
Jordan Andreu of Plant City,
an eighth-grader at Turkey
Creek Middle School, joined
200 middle school students
from throughout the United
States at the recent Junior
National Young Leaders Con-
ference.
Themed "The Legacy of
American Leadership," the
conference introduced young-
ster to the leadership through-
out American history while
helping them develop their
own leadership skills.
Andreu participated in edu-
cational activities and presen-
tations, studied the impact of
leadership throughout critical
periods of American history,
as well as visited historical
landmarks, including Colonial
Williamsburg.
She was nominated to
attend the conference by her
teacher, Napolean Wade.
Andreu is the daughter of
Alan and Kelly Andreu.


HONOR ROLL


J.S. Robinson
The following students were
named to the principal's
honor roll for the second nine-
week ,grading period at J.S.
Robinson Elementary School:
Kindergarten: Brett Boswell,
Alexis Esparza and Kevin Jurgens.
1st grade: Leslie Alvarez, Noah
Dooley, Mavrick Griffin and Kelsi Guy.


2nd grade: Gavin Garcia, Kayla
Lewis, Sarah Montgomery, Daniel Prit-
chard, Kayla Tague, Kaitlin Temme,
Tyler Trapnell and Abraham Vasquez.
4th grade: Denise Chavez, Alisha
Ellis, Emily Gonzalez, Dallas McClellan
and Lacey Saranko.
5th grade: Todd Boyd, Shelby
Brown, Austin Deloach, Emily Godheim
and Bronsyn Speakman.


FEMA Disaster Recovery
Center open through Jan. 22.
The Federal Emergency
Management Agency's Mobile
Disaster Recovery Center will
be open in Plant City through
Jan. 22 at the Plant City
Information Center, which is
at the entrance to Sansone
Park, 1702 Park Road.
Hours of operation are 8
a.m. to 6 p.m.
The center will offer
information on the types of
aid available to homeowners
and businessowners who suf-
fered damage during the 2004
hurricane season. FEMA has
extended the registration
period for its Individuals and
Households Program.
Residents affected by hurri-
canes Charley, Frances, Ivan
and Jeanne have until Feb. 28
to apply for additional assis-
tance. FEMA agents also
remind registrants to complete
and return their Small
Business Administration
applications to be considered
for any type of assistance.
Homeowners, renters and
business owners should call


1-800-621-3362 to apply for
assistance. The TTY number
for people who are hard of
hearing or speech impaired is
1-800-462-7585.

CPR, first aid,
babysitting courses
The Tampa Bay Chapter of
the American Red Cross has
scheduled a number of Adult,
Infant and Child CPR, First
Aid, HIV/AIDS Awareness and
Babysitting courses at The
Spring of Plant City, 701
Tilman Park Place in the
Walden Woods Business Park.
The Red Cross is also offer-
ing a Nurse Assistant Training
at The Spring, Feb. 28 through
March 31. This 108-hour pro-
gram includes classroom lec-
tures and clinic practicums
that teach students basic care-
giving skills.
Course names and dates:
Infant/Child CPR and
First Aid, Jan. 22 and Feb. 5
from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Adult CPR and First Aid,
Part 1, Jan. 25, Feb. 16 and
March 29 from 6 to 10 p.m.,
and March 19 from 9 a.m. to


2:30 p.m.
Adult CPR and First Aid,
Part 2, Jan. 26, Feb. 17 and
March 30 from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Adult CPR, Feb. 7 and
March 6 from 1 to 5 p.m.; and
March 4 and 25 from 9 a.m. to
1 p.m.
HIV/AIDS Awareness,
Feb. 12 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Babysitter Training, Feb.
19 and March 12 from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m.
Infant/Child CPR, Feb. 25
from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
For more information about
Red Cross courses at The
Spring and to register for a
course, call 1-877-741-1444,
Ext. 850, or visit www.re-
dcrosstbc.org.

Quilt & Needlework Show
The Berry Patch Quilt Guild
hosts its annual Quilt & Nee-
dlework Show through Jan. 29
at Bruton Memorial Library,
302 McLendon St.
The show features samples
of quilts, dolls or other needle-
work that is made either by
members of the guild or by
ancestors of members.


BRIGGS


Continued From Page 8
Charleene Closshey will be
the mistress of ceremonies at
the upcoming Be My Valen-
tine Bachelor Auction on Feb.
4 at 7 p.m. at the Ramada Inn
Red Rose Ballroom.
Fifteen eligible men will be
up for the highest bid. Music,
hors d'oeuvres and a cash bar,
along with lots of fun will be
on the menu. This event,
sponsored by the American
Business Women's Associa-
tion Plant City Charter
Chapter, helps fund the
Young Women of Promise
Education Fund for students
at Plant City and Durant high
schools.


To sponsor, participate or
for information, call Jodi
Smith at 754-3703.


Though we know the
almost unprecedented
tragedy in Indonesia hap-
pened last year, that and
mudslides in California seem
to have ushered in an omi-
nous new year.
Many families cannot
afford to give financially to
the victims of disaster, but
sometimes the power of
prayer is underestimated. If
prayer does not come easy to


you, the United Methodist
Women of First United
Methodist Church will be
presenting a Bible study
"Concerning Prayer" at the
Wesley Centre on Jan. 29 from
9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
There is no fee for this
study and registration is at 9
a.m.
A freewill offering will be
accepted for luncheon. Call:
754-3838.

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To advertise your church in our Church Directory, please call Amy Chase ai 752-3113


ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Dorer. S. Dover Rd & Downing St,
659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
Allen Chapel: 1109 E. Laura St,
"52-"389
.Mount Olire: 1113 g: Madison St
Mount Olive: Horton Rd.
"3"-2628
APOSTOLIC
.4samblea A.postolica:
1501 Colson Rd. "3"-3496
.Apostolic Church
ofJesus Christ:
1212 U. Reynolds., i"-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant life: Pinerrest Rd,
lilhia. 685-12-40
Bethany: 98014 Iarner Rd.
Thonolosassa. 986-5"!1
Cal'an, Fellowrship:
I 110 ,. Gordon St. "52-5005
Dover first: SR 5"1 & Pettie Rd,
689-03-13
Faith temple: -i at
Hillsborough-Polk County
Line, 752-0532
Faith Lighthouse:
3409 SR 39 N. 752-1885
First Plant City:
Charlie Griffin Rd,
W of SR39 S, 752-3351
Fort Alafta: Corner of South
Hwy. 39 & Swilley Rd, 737-4656
Keysville: SR 640, 737-4803
Mount Zion:
1-4 at Thonotosassa Rd, 752-1614
Pleasant Grove:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-3529
Victory Worship Center:
County Line Rd, 754-6089
Sydney: Sydney Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of Sydney-Dover Rd, 659-0532
Turkey Creek:
Turkey Creek Rd, 754-5372
BAPTIST
Ahava: Turkey Creek Rd,
N. of SR 60, 737-3739
Alafia Baptist:
222 Alafia Church Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd, 737-3240
Berea: SR39 S, 737-1232
Bethany: Cork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel: 804 W. Renfro St,
754-2239
Beulah: Allen & County Line Rd,
Lithia, 737-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd,
752-2875
Burchwood Temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 574, 752-3782
Calvary Free Will:
3539 Trapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grove: E. Keysville Rd,
737-1234
Central of Lithia:
"". Pinecrest & Keysville Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 E. Alsobrook, 752-3740
Community Christian:
1310 N. Shannon Ave, 754-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S, Pinecrest,
737-1211
Dover Eastside: Countryside
Baptist Church, 2820
Gallagher, 571-8200
Dover First: N. Gallagher Rd,
659-0203
Eastside: 1318 E. Calhoun St,
754-2681
East Thonotosassa: McIntosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd, 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 W. Washington St. 754-6661
First Baptist Church of
Midway: Midway Rd, 752-7209


First Baptist Lithia:
Intersection of SR 39 &
Lithia-Pinecrest Rd, 737-1121
First Plant City: .
503 N. Palmer, 752-4104
First Thonotosassa Missionary:
McIntosh Rd, 986-4756
Harmony Baptist Church:
6008 W. Knights Griffin Rd,
986-7165
Hopewell: SR 39 S, 737-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Hwy,
752-4972.
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
752-2006
Lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd,
754-5278
Mount Morlah Freewill:
Warren &Johnson St, 754-4397
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W Ball St,
754-3834
New Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., 752-3985
Northside:
1700 N. Franklin St, 752-2779
Oakwood: Airport Rd, 752-5499
Plant City Primitive:
509 N. Evers St, 754-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-2556
Shiloh: W. Terrace Dr, 754-7445
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road,
754-4879
St. Luke Missionary:
108 S. Warnell St, 754-4992
St. Mary's Freewill:
Hunter & Warren St, 754-6853
St. Mary Missionary:
1804 S.R. 60E., 737-3668
St. Mary's Primitive Baptist
Church: 907 E. Laura St,
754-1616
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church:
5447 S. Turkey Creek Rd,
737-1224
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Westside: 2503 W. Granfleld Ave,
752-1450
Whitehurst Rd:
901 N. Whitehurst Rd, 754-5405
CATHOLIC
St. Clement: 1104 N. Alexander St,
752-8251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder Rd,
752-2771
Cork: Cork Road, 752-1521
Laura St: 1310 E. Laura St,
752-2858
Springhead: Wiggins Rd,
754-1485
CHRISTIAN
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,
752-5385
CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian:
McIntoshRd, Nof SR 574
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calvary Community:
5209 Smith-Ryals Rd
Dover: Downing St, 659-2900
Plant City: 2103 Mudlake Rd.


752-4591
Turkey Creek: Turkey Creek Rd
at SR 60, 737-1331
Thonotosassa:
1702 N. Taylor Rd, 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson, Indiana)
Kingsway First: 2808 Kinsway
N., Seffier, 657-7500
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
713 Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St,
752-6438
Gospel Tabernacle:
Allen & Haines St
EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
752-5061
HOLINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 W. Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
728 W. Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Restoration Assembly:
106 S. Evers St.
Evangelists for Jesus
Tabernacle:
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Growth Center:
1310 N. Shannon, 719-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 E. Tomlin St, 754-1133
Deeper Life Fellowship:
Covilla Rd, W ofSR 39 N.
Revival Outreach Center:
225 N. Dover Rd, 681-2250
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:
3202 N. Maryland Ave, 752-
3345
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church ofJesus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, 752-6364
LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd,
752-4622
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064
NAZARENE
Wagoner Memorial:
2402 Mud Lake Rd, 752-7863
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Calvary Chapel of Plant City:
2102 N. Park Rd, 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
W. McLin Ave.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffner Elementary
School, 657-7914
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. 764-0929
Greater Love Christian Center:
1109 N. Franklin St, 759-8270
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E. Hillsborough Ave,
754-2674
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St, 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worship
Center: U.S. 92 E
ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Ukrainian
Orthodox Church: 3820 Moores
Lake Rd, Dover, 659-0123


PENTECOSTAL
Christian Life Assembly:.
3120 S. Miller Rd., 6-57-4802
Living Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. Evers St, 759-0528
New Hope Worship Center:
803 W. Mahoney St, 757-6123
New Life Temple Pentecostal
Church of God:
3301 Clemons Rd, 754-7088
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dover: Moore's Lake &
Holiness Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the Living God:
1102 Tyler St, 754-5840
PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant City:
1107 Charlie Griffin Rd, 759-9383
First Presbyterian Plant City:
404 W. Reynolds St, 752-4211
SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk with God Ministry:
15140 SR 574, Dover, 659-0930
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant City: 2203 Strawberry Dr,
752-4694
SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W.Johnson Rd,
754-5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.,
Valrico, 685-0998
UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W Sam Allen Rd,
754-3233
Dover First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415
First Plant City: 303 N. Evers St,
754-3519
Grace: 1801 E. Cherry St,
659-3718
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr,
754-2441
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman .
Rd, 752-5751
St. Luke: 809 E. Laura St,
757-6051
Thonotosassa: Fort King Hwy
at Mistletoe Dr, 986-7135
Trinity Plant City: 402 W.
English St, 752-9316


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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.
(Off of 574 Dover)
Sunday Masses
7am,10:30am & 12:15pm English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish.
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
(Off 1-4, Exit 21 South)
(813)752-8251
St Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185




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Kids' party
Boys and girls ages 4-11 are
invited to "Everyone's Birth-
day Party" Jan. 22 from 3 to 5
p.m. at First Baptist Church of
Pleasant Grove, 7725 S. Turkey
Creek Road in Durant. There
will be food, games and a
special story about having a
second birthday.
Call: 737-2556.

Kirking o' the Tartans
First Presbyterian Church of
Plant City, 404 West Reynolds
St., will hold its annual "Kirk-
ing o' the Tartans" celebration
Jan. 23.
Worship service will be at
10:45 a.m., followed by a noon


meal. All are welcome.

Revival
Springhead Pentecostal
Church of God, 3301 Clemons
Road, will host a revival Jan.
23-26. The event will feature
evangelists Lin and Pat Lock-
wood of Augusta Springs, Va.
Schedule is Sunday morn-
ing at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. and
nightly at 7:30 p.m.
Call: 754-7088.

Gospel show
Gospel group Kevin Spen-
cer and Friends will perform
Jan. 26 at 7 p.m. at Dover Pen-
tecostal Holiness Church,
14150 Holiness Church Road.


Call: 659-9796.

Bible study
The United Methodist
Women of First United Meth-
odist Church will present a
Bible study on the topic of
prayer Jan. 29 from 9:30 a.m.
to 2:30 p.m. at its Wesley
Centre, located at the-comer
of Wheeler and Reynolds
streets. Optional study guides
are available for $5.
Call: 754-3818.

Church plans fellowship
Knights Baptist Church,
4809 Buchman Highway,
plans fellowship with enter-
tainment and food Jan. 30


from 7 to 8 p.m.
Call: 752-4972.

First Baptist offers courses
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St., offers
several training classes:
"Living Beyond Yourself,"
a Beth Moor Bible study for
women, 4 to 6:15 p.m. Sun-
days. Also offered at 9 a.m.
Friday.
"Frazzled Females" and
"Witness Training," both at 5
to 6:15 p.m. Sunday.
"Divorce Care," 4 to 6:15
p.m., and "Single Parenting
That Works," "Biblical Evi-
dence from the Empty Tomb,"
"Study of the Book of Revela-


tion," and "Boundaries With
Kids," all from 5 to 6:15 p.m.
Sunday.
Call 752-4104.

American Indian
Christian Church
The American Indian Chris-
tian Church of Thonotosassa
is now open.
The church is sponsored by
United Methodist Church of
Thonotosassa. Worship in the
Native American tradition is
held in the Fellowship hall
behind the church located at
11905 Fort King Highway in
Thonotosassa.
Call: Dock Green Silver-
hawk, 754-8990.


DEATHS


Disharoon
Eugene T. Disharoon, 78, of Tampa
died Jan. 12.
He was a longtime resident of the
area and worked as a handyman.
He is survived by his loving family.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Goodson
Eric D. Goodson, 23, of Plant City
died Jan. 13.
He was born in Plant City and was a
lifelong resident.
He was owner/operator of a pro-
duce business and was a member of
Landmark Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife, Diana,
who is expecting a child in August; a
son, Caleb of Dover; his mother, Victo-
ria, and father, Daniel, both of Dover;
his sister, Amanda Goodson of Dover;
maternal grandmother, Jean Vaughn;
and maternal grandfather, Wayne
Vaughn.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.


.Horsfall
Donna Horsfall, 78,
died Jan. 10.


of Plant City


She was born in Rock Rapids, Iowa,
and moved here in 1988.
She was. an elementary teacher and
floral designer, and was a member of
the National TIT Sorority and Hope
Lutheran Church of Plant City.
She is survived by her husband, Bob;
a son, Jan R. of Bozeman, Mont.; two
daughters, Lori Porsch of Storm Lake,
Iowa, and Kari Kirchner of Lexington,
Ky.; two sisters, Evelyn Halverson of
Rock Rapids, Iowa, and Mary Lou Vel-
linga of Bozeman; and eight grandchil-
dren.
Haught Furqeral Home.

Lewis
Doward Lewis, 81, of Jacksonville
died Jan. 12.
He was born in Ochlocknee, Ga.
He is survived by three sons, Mike
and Randy, both of Jacksonville, and
Mark of Middleburg; two sisters, Edith


Sapp and Hazel Colding, both of Jack-
sonville; six grandchildren; and a
great-grandchild.

Phillips
George W. Phillips, 67, of Plant City
died Jan. 8.
He was born in Morvin, Ga., and
moved here from Georgia in the
1940s.
He served in the Army National
Guard, was a building contractor and
owner of Phillips Home Improvement,
Phillips Roofing Co. and George's
Floor Tile Co.
He is survived by his wife, Marie;
two sons, George W. of Plant City and
Michael Goff of Lakeland; four daugh-
ters, Lisa, Rhonda DeShong and Sheila
Goff, all of Plant City, and Brenda of
Jacksonville; two brothers, Robert and
James, both of Plant City; three sisters,
Fannie Mae Harwell of Plant City and
Nancy Wiggins and Dorothy Averett,
both of Lakeland; and five grandchil-
dren.


Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Simonds
Annette E. Simonds, 60, of Plant City
died Jan. 13.
She was born in Wimauma and was
a lifelong resident of the area.
She was a quality control specialist.
She is survived by three daughters,
Sheila Georges of Plant City, Wendy
Simonds of Lithia and Terrina West of
Arkansas; two brothers; 11 grandchil-
dren; and three great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Steele
Shane A. Steele, 44, of Plant City
died Jan. 5.
He was a quality assurance manager
for Modtech.
Hie is survived by his wife, Cynthia
M.; two daughters, Makaila A. and
Chelsea.M.; his parents, Thomas and
Jacquelyn; and two brothers, Erik and
Duane.
Hopewell Funeral Home.


NEWMAN
Continued From Page 7


live over there, you can hear
those same trains.
But the train noise you hear
over there is nothing like what
you can hear in the town
named after the beloved
railroad tycoon Henry B.
Plant. This town absolutely
takes the cake. Not that I am
complaining. There is some-
thing magical, and exciting,
and historic about how those
trains whistle their way
through town.
Let's look at the positive
side, if we can. Trairis helped
to build America. And they
made Tampa what it is today.
But that is another story.
It's not the trains that
whistle, of course. Left to
themselves those roaring
locomotives would breeze
through town with nothing
more than that clackity-clack.
It's the train engineers we can
thank for the music of the
familiar toot-toot-toot that
sings through the night.
Having worked rotating shifts
in a former life for almost 23
years, I still seldom sleep
more than four hours at a
time. I am often awake during
the night, sometimes sitting
at the keyboard, as I am now.
I hear trains at night all the
time.
Often it can take five
minutes or more for an
engine to pass through our


area, and then another five
minutes for the rest of the
clackity-clack being pulled
behind it. I have heard the
engineer on the north-south
run hit the horn on his (or
could it be her) train 38 times
between one side of town and
the other.
I only counted one train.
I'm not looking for the world
record. But curious minds do
want to know. Thirty-eight
times over five minutes. That
is a lot of whistle blowing.
What is amazing to me is the
different ways the engineers
play with those horns, day or
night.
One train will come
through just blasting away,
sending sound vibrations that
could penetrate walls 3-feet
thick. Another engineer, on
the same line, passing
through the same railroad
crossings, will tone the horn
down so that it is nothing
more than a softly chirping
tootily-toot.
I love that guy, or gal, for
being so considerate. After all,
the railroad crossings in Plant
City are signalized, and all but
one (on Sammonds Road) has
automatic crossing gates.
Other engineers play the
more conventional tune as
they highball through town.
Two long blasts, followed by a
short and then another long


are given as the train
approaches each crossing.
That is the recommended
.tune from CSX management.
And, just for the record, this
series counts as one blast to
me. Two longs, a short and a
long are still one out of the 38.
' Either way it is a lot of horn
blowing.
One recent early morning,
I'm talking 3 a.m., I heard
something that absolutely set
the record for train-horn
noise going thump in the
night. It woke me from my
usual not-so-sound sleep and
sent me to the writing room
to work on this piece.


Like two trains passing in
the night, for the first time in
the eight months I have lived
here, I heard two trains
passing in the night. One train
was going from south to
north. The other came from
the north and swung west
through town toward Tampa.
The engineers operating
thelocomotives, and the
horns in each engine's cab,
played musical salutes to each
other as they passed through
town. Those two engineers
seemed to have the time of
their lives as they took turns
blasting their special tunes
through the still night air. Not


once did the horns blast
simultaneously. One would
blow and the other would
answer. One would give two
or three quick blasts and the
other would echo the tune.
Back and forth these virtuosos
played their game, first one
and then the other, each
outdoing the other for what
seemed like eternity. Henry
Plant would have been so
proud.
I know I was.
Maybe now I can go back to
sleep.

George H. Newman is a
reporter for The Courier.


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Photo courtesy Rec. and Parks Dept.
At left, these five children combined entrepreneur-
ial spirit and a favor from Santa, who in reality is
Russ Martin, to provide 27 toys for the Toys for
Tots program. Stephanie Taylor, left, 9, Lizzie
Schmidt, 13, Reid Schmidt II, 3, Christiana Land-
skroner, 10, and Allie Schmidt, 11, raised $133.90 by
selling lemonade, cookies and a visit with Santa..
They used the money to purchase toys for needy
children ranging in age from 10 months to 14.
Above, Steve Solomon, left, of the Plant City
Rotary Club looks over plans for the improvements
at Gilchrist Park with director of Recreation and
Parks Jack Holland, parks superintendent Emilio
Mendoza and parks field supervisor Butch Giddens.
Plant City's two Rotary Clubs donated $100,000 to
fund a playground designed to accommodate the
disabled, and the city matched the figure for
restroom renovations, parking and other improve-
ments to the park on Pennsylvania Avenue. Com-
pletion is expected in February.


Around ni


Photo courtesy the Rec. and Parks Dept.


Photo courtesy the Rec. and Parks Dept.


Above, workers from Ashland Paving and
Construction Inc. lay a new layer of asphalt
following drainage improvements to the
parking area of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Recreation Center. Crews completed work on
the project, which cost $20,000, early last
week as the center prepared to host events for
the 19th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Cultural Arts Festival. At left, Brenda Deese,
landscape foreman for the Plant City Recrea-
tion & Parks Department, third from left, leads
her crew Oscar Herrera, left, Aida Ortega and
Astin Durant as they put the finishing touches
on landscaping renovations at Bruton
Memorial Library last week. The landscaping
completes a project that brought exterior
improvements to the building.


Organizers Recruiting For Relay For Life


GOAL FOR CANCER
FUNDRAISER IS $150,000
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
With Plant City's Relay For Life
three months away, organizers of
the local event were recognized
recently by the American Cancer
Society for setting a strong pace
among other Florida Relays.
They accepted the society's
"Pacesetter Award" for their pro-
gress toward putting together a
successful event this year, meet-
ing such criteria as recruiting 30


percent of the teams who partici-
pated in last year's event.
"We heard (the award) was out
there and we strived to get it and
we did," said Jodi Smith, chair-
woman for the annual event slated
for April 15-16 at Plant City High
School's track. Smith accepted the
award at a Relay for Life summit in
Orlando Jan. 7-8. "It's amazing
how, when you put your mind to
something, it happens."
Organizers hope the award
bodes well for their effort to reach
this year's goal of $150,000 to put
toward the fight against cancer.
See RELAY, Page 14


Photo courtesy Sara Linda Rodgers


Jodi Smith, second from
right, chairwoman of the
2005 Plant City Relay For
Life, and Jim and Sara
Linda Rodgers, chairman
and chairwoman for the
Plant City event's team
recruitment, accept the
American Cancer Society's
"Pacesetter Award" at
Relay summit in Orlando
Jan 7-8. Also shown are
Kyle Wierda, left, director
of the Suburban Unit of
the ACS, and Michelle
Bass, community
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Elsie was 16, Bernie, 20. The
first time they went out, Bernie
offered the gum. The couple
courted for a short time.
"I think we were about as
opposite as we could be,"
Bernie said. She was a city girl,
he was a farm boy. She liked to
travel, where he preferred to
stay close home. They didn't
even like the same foods.
But they got along, Elsie
said. She liked everything
about him. And Bernie had
decided: "This is the one."
Just a few months after they
met, the couple went to see a
justice of the peace in Conway,
S.C., and were married with
several family members look-
ing on.
They were going to make
their living the only way
Bernie knew how from the
land, working a farm. Elsie
had trouble adjusting.
"She wasn't used to living
on nothing, and that's what
you did on the farm, live on
nothing," Bernie said.
Elsie's mother had remar-
ried and moved to Florida, so
the couple headed south to
Tampa. Bernie got a job with
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At left, the Reynolds in
Plant City in 1967, after
celebrating 32 years of
marriage. Above, Bernie
Reynolds is happiest when
he's covered in grandchil-
dren, such as in this photo
with great-grandchildren
Rebecca and Jayden.


porary position. He worked
his way up to a management
position and retired after 40
years of service to the com-
pany.
He was transferred to Plant
City in 1957 and the family
moved here two years later.
Meanwhile, Elsie had a full-
time job of her own: raising
five sons born over an eight-
year span: Bill, Richard,
Ronny, Jerry and David. When
asked to describe what that
was like, she offered one word:
"turmoil."
"But it was probably better
than having girls and boys,"
she said. "We all loved each
other. Yes, there were fights
and squabbles that we had to
break up and such as that, but
they all got along pretty well."
Ronny remembers his
father as the disciplinarian.
"He would spank you
quicker," he said. "If you got a
spanking at school, you got
another one at home."
Elsie said she was proud of
her sons.
"I feel like we raised them to
care for one another," she
said. "When something hap-
pens, they all come together."
When Bernie retired, he


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"We've already raised
$10,000. Now just 140 more to
go," said a Smith with a laugh.
They still seek team mem-
bers, volunteers and- dona-
tions to make it happen.
Those interested in helping
the event go the distance are
encouraged to attend a team
captain meeting Jan. 24 at 6
p.m. at the Cornerstone
Center, 108 S. Collins St.
Despite the name, anyone
interested in participating in
any way is encouraged to
attend, Smith said.
Relay For Life is an 18-hour
event that has at least one


decided to open a nursery. It
gave him something to do, he
said, and a way to "go back to
the way I was brought tip."
Today, David runs the
nursery, but the couple still
live in the one-story block
house on Keene Campbell
Road, adjacent to the 10 acres
full of hibiscus, hedge plants
and other landscaping plants.

Keeping busy, settling
differences
The couple's tastes in pas-
times are one more way in
which they differ.
"She's a daredevil," said
Darline Reynolds, David's
wife, of her mother-in-law.
"On one of her birthdays, she
went up in a hot air balloon,
and (Bernie) fretted the whole
time. But she had a ball."
Elsie has done her share of
traveling. About 15 years, ago,
she embarked on a cross-
country trip with her mother
and sister. More recently, she
traveled to Alaska with her
church group.
Bernie is content to do
some fishing and help tend to
the nursery. But he is happiest
with his grandchildren,


member of each participating
team walking the track at all
times starting at 6 p.m.
through noon the next day. A
tent city sprouts out of the
ground adjacent to the track,
and teams use the time to
raise money in a host of ways,
such as food or craft sales.
The event begins with a
"survivor lap" for those who
have battled cancer or who are
currently fighting the disease,
and survivors are encouraged
to sign up to participate in
2005.
The theme for 2005 is Let's
Team Up Against Cancer and


whether it's tossing the soft-
ball with his great-grandson
Brian or taking them for a ride
in the golf cart.
They did get away together
for their 50th anniversary,
though, spending it in Hawaii.
The couple have 18 grand-
children, 41 great-grandchil-
dren and 10
great-great-grandchildren
"They'rewonderfulpeople,"
said granddaughter Debbie
Lee: "They're the type of
people who give you the shirt
off their back."
There have been plenty of
disagreements over the 70
years, the couple admit. But
they have a simple, and appa-
rently effective, way of dealing
with disputes.
"When we get mad, we have
an argument," Elsie said. "He
goes one way, I go another
until we cool off, then we
come back together."


Trials came later
The couple said their most
trying times came later in life,
when they had to say goodbye
to two of their sons
Jerry died unexpectedly in
1988. Richard's death of


will have teams dressing up in
the colors of their favorite
sports team. The team from
the Florida Strawberry Festi-
val, for example, will carry the
Tampa Bay Buccaneers theme
as they participate in the event
for the first time.
Individuals who don't have
a team but who still want to
participate can be matched up
with a team, Smith said.
Teams, which are made up
of 10 to 15 members, are
required to raise at least
$1,000. The team average last
year was more than $2,200 per


massive heart attack just
before Christmas 2003 was a
shock, too.
It was difficult for the
couple, who like all parents
don't expect to see the burial
of one of their children. Then,
in August of last year, David
was hospitalized with a severe
infection. The doctors told the
family before he was wheeled
to surgery that they didn't
expect him to come back.
He did recover, however,
and today is doing well.
David and Ronny sons said
they believe their parent's
ability to resolve problems
and weather storms set a good
example for their children. All
three living sons are still mar-
ried after decades; Richard
and Jerry were, too, before
they died.
"They taught us how to
work out our problems. You
don't run from them," David
said.
Their faith is probably the
most important key of all to
their longevity in life and love,
Bernie said.
"We're giving, all the credit
to the Lord," he said.


team. One team, Friends o
Jim Stevens, raised more that
$19,000.
Last year, 56 teams raised
total of $141,000 afte
expenses, falling just short o
the goal of $145,00.
Relay For Life has its origin:
in Tacoma, Wash., where
surgeon named Gordy Klat
raised $27,000 by walking fo
'24 hours on a university track
The first Relay in Florida tool
place in 1985.
For more information, cal
Smith at 754-3703 or Michelh
Bass at 685-0670, Ext. 112.


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occurred sometime between Friday
afternoon and Saturday about noon,
police said. Autopsies have been per-
formed and police said they would
have a better time frame on the attack
when the Hillsborough County Med-
ical Examiner's Office releases its find-
ings.
Plant City police spokesman Sgt. Jim
Shultz would not go into specifics, but
said trauma could include any kind of
wound, including gun shots, stabbing
or beating. Shultz did say that there
was no sign of a struggle and that there
was no forced entry into the office.
So far there is no indication of a rob-
bery, Shultz said.
The fear of this murder being a
random case of violence has many in
the neighborhood concerned.
Jennifer Sellers and her children
have been staying at her mother's
house, which is next to the Kaiser
home, since Thursday.
"We didn't know what was going on
when all the police and rescue vehicles
started showing up," Sellers said. "We
didn't hear any strange noises on Fri-
day or Saturday. So it was all a surprise
to us."
The couple bought the property on
Oct. 4 for about $220,000 and it have
been living there since November.
They had been operating the car bro-
kerage company for about two years,
having started the business in Clearwa-
ter. The business's Web site, www.ca-
rsearch4u.net, shows that the Kaisers
were enthusiastic and hopeful about
their business, and regarded their
efforts as car dealers as hot so much a
car business, but rather in "the people
business."
"We never met the people, or even
seen them since they moved in," Sellers
said. "I just hope the police find out
who did it. It's scary not knowing what


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
The Kaisers ran a used car brokerage firm from the property at 1905 N. Gordon St.
Police said robbery didn't appear to be a motive in the murders but had not ruled
it out as of Tuesday morning.


happened."
Others in the neighborhood voiced
the same concern. One family across
the street from the murdered couple's
property said the vehicle noises from
traffic on 1-4 can sometimes be mis-
taken for gunfire. Large wooded areas
throughout the neighborhood are
home to squirrels who occasionally are
targets for shots.
Hulen Harvill, the owner of Sunshine
Wholesale Nursery, two doors down
from the Kaiser home, saw the couple
once or twice but never spoke with
them. He was out of town during the
time of the murders, but feels uneasy
about a killer on the loose.
"I hope they come up with whoever
did this. I would feel better if the killer


is caught and taken off the street," Har-
vill said.
The couple's office is part of a
detached garage that is larger than the
residence. Back in the 1960s the
property was owned and operated by
Clearfield Cheese Co. The office build-
ing was used as cooler to store newly
processed cheeses.
In 1971 the property was sold to
George Adkins, and was used to store
and process tomatoes and other pro-
duce. The building was eventually con-
verted to a garage to store and repair
vehicles.
The couple would locate vehicles of.
specific make and color for clients who
often made contact only through the
Web site. They had 20 cars on the


property behind the office building
and several inside the garage area.
Access to the property and the office
itself could be made from several
directions without having to use the
driveway leading to the building.
Mayor Mike Sparkman, when asked
to comment on the double homicide,
said he does not recall a similar inci-
dent in Plant City.
"Things like this are awfully hard on
any community that it might happen
in," Sparkman said. "The police will do
what they can to find whoever was
responsible for the killings. And I hope
the evidence will show that the mur-
ders were not just some random
event.
"Maybe I have been watching too
many crime shows on television, but
from what I see this may be something
related to the business or some type of
domestic dispute that we don't
understand at this time. It doesn't
appear to be a robbery or something
like that."
Police Chief Bill McDaniel said there
has been a double homicide in Plant
City before, but that it was more than
10 years ago.
"In the Hargrove murder case there
were two victims," McDaniel said.
"And although we had our suspicions,
the case remains unsolved. The Gor-
don Street ease is something we are
working hard to develop evidence and
leads. There is no strong indicators that
robbery was a motive in the case. But
we can't rule anything out at this
point."
The police department has eight
detectives working on the case, plus
the crime scene investigator. Phone
calls are being handled by detectives
looking for any information about the
Kaisers and their business.
Police urge anyone with information
to call for Sgt. Jim Shultz or Detective
Matt Lawson at 757-9200 or the TIPS
line at 754- TIPS (8477). Callers can
remain anonymous.


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Tribune Publisher Greets Chamber Members


CALLS NEWSPAPERS
VOICE OF COMMUNITY
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Members of the Greater
Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce were given some insight
into the workings of the
newspaper publishing
business when Gil Thelen, The
Tampa Tribune's president
and publisher, spoke to the
group Jan. 12 at the Ramada
Inn during the chamber's
monthly contact breakfast.
The talk was given at the
organization's monthly break-"
fast, which was sponsored by
the Tribune and The Courier,


which are both owned by
Media General.
Media General also owns
and operates WFLA-TV, Chan-
nel 8, and TBO.com.
Thelen said
convergence, the
Growing trend in
the news indus-
try that combines
the efforts of
broadcast,
Internet and
Thelen printed media, is
a better way to
distribute the news. He talked
about the difficulties in pres-
enting the news in a fast-paced
world and the commitment he
has to bring the best product
possible to the public.
"We will do the best we can


to bring the most truthful ver-
sion of news events to the
public," Thelen said. "The flag
that we fly at the Tribune and
work under, 'Life Printed
Daily,' is straight forward news
without high-flung language.
We hope to advance public life
and encourage civic strength,
and in doing that hope to
improve the world we all live
and work in."
When Thelen invited ques-
tions and comments, an audi-
ence member asked if the
truth was being served and if
the paper was being helpful
when it comes to Coronet
Industries. The Tribune broke
the story that Coronet's plant
could be contaminating the
water in the area and the


plant's air and water pollution
could be linked to the health
problems of residents who live
near the plant.
"How can you print stories
saying the environmental and
health issues surrounding
Coronet are elusive and up in
the air," said Plant City resi-
dent Bill Carr. "Every state and
county agency has reported
the property in and around
Coronet does not pose health
and environmental problems.
And yet the newspaper says
the results are undecided.
How is that helpful to us?"
Thelen responded with the
mission he said has and would
continue to be a part of
responsible media.


"We have to be the voice ol
the voiceless," Thelen said.
"Many people have questions
about health and environ-
mental issues in those neigh-
borhoods. We have to air those
questions."
He said the media must ask
how big the problem is and
seek scientific validity.
"In this particular case you
can change the tone from we
aren't sure, to there are still
concerns simply by emphasis.
We will stay with the story,"
Thelen said. "This is a difficult
one for us. We are not here to
sensationalize the story, and
we will stay with it until all the
truth is out."


Orange Blossom Tea Room Hosts Musical Revue


DINNER PERFORMANCE
JAN. 28-29
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Orange Blossom Tea Room
owner Jim Pollard said he is
always looking to find a way to
offer his customers an
enjoyable dining experience.
That's why he's teaming up
with Star Productions


manager Al Cohen to put on a
dinner-musical revue high-
lighting Pollard's favorite
entrees as local singers
perform in the dining room.
There will be two showings,
Jan. 28-29. Doors will open at
6:30 p.m. each night, with din-
ner served promptly at 7 and
the show starting at 8, Pollard
said.
Tickets for the dinner and
revue are $22.95, and can be
purchased at the tearoom


prior to the show or at the
door.
"This just sounds like some-
thing that I would like to do,"
said Pollard, who has operated
the tearoom at 106 S. Evers St.,
for almost 10 years.
"This is a show that will take
you back to the days when
New York was becoming the
mecca of the musical publish-
ing business with the great
hits performed in the 1940s

and '50s," Cohen said. "We are


very excited about the show
and all the performers are
looking forward to opening
night."
Performers Jonathan Doug-
las, Guy Deflorio, Mollie
Anderson, Dock "Silverhawk"
Green and Paula Spangler
Klein will combine their efforts
in musical standards such as
"Summer Wind," "My Way,"
"Crazy," "Mack the Knife,"
"That's Life," and many other


show tunes, Cohen said.
The entrees will be a choice
between roast beef, glazed
orange breast of chicken and
roast pork, with all the trim-
mings.
"We have room for about 40
in the dining room," Pollard
said. "We are looking to fill the
place both nights. If the show
is well received we will try it
again soon."


Bid On A Bachelor, Help A College Student


AUCTION BENEFITS
LOCAL SCHOLARSHIP
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It's a common complaint
from women: good men are
hard to find.
Well, here's a chance to
check out 15 bachelors all in
one place. And gentlemen, if
you think you're worth a bid,
it's time to step up on the auc-
tion block.


The Plant City Charter
Chapter of the American
Business Woman's Associa-
tion will host its second Be My
Valentine Bachelor Auction
Feb. 4 at 7 p.m. in the Red
Rose Ballroom at the Ramada
Inn Plantation House, 2011 N.
Wheeler St.
The club seeks eligible men
to participate in the auction
and women who would like to
attend and bid on a date.
Tickets are $25 in advance,


$30 at the door, and include a.
heavy hors d'oeuvres buffet,
valet parking and one free
drink. There also will be a cash
bar.
Local talent Charleene Clos-
shey, who has held several
titles including Miss Tampa
Bay and Miss Orlando, will
host the event.
Proceeds will go to the
"Young Woman of Promise"
college scholarship, which is
awarded to a female student at


Plant City or Durant high
schools.
The women won't just be
bidding on the bachelors. The
men are asked to come up
with a creative date to
complete the package. Orga-
nizers said bachelors should-
n't worry if they're having
trouble thinking of a date
worth a bid help will be
available.
The evening begins with a
meet-and-greet with the


bachelors so potential bidders
can get an introduction to the
bachelors.
Bachelors and bidders must
be at least 21 years old.
Time is short. Bachelors
should register as soon as pos-
sible.
Various sponsorship levels
are also available.
For more information, call
Jodi Smith at 754-3703 or
Shannon Mitchell at 757-
8512.


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Traffic Control Enhancements Ahead


STATE GRANTS WILL HELP
UPGRADE SYSTEM
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Motorists may often find them-
selves at the mercy of traffic conges-
tion, but the city of Plant City will
soon have more control over its traf-
fic signals to help improve the flow.
A new computerized traffic control
system is scheduled for the engi-
neering and design phase during the
next Florida Department of Trans-
portation fiscal year, starting in June.
Installation should be completed by
June 2007, city officials said.
The system will spot traffic prob-
lems along Interstate -4 and trigger
electronic signs on the interstate to
alert motorists to the appropriate
detours needed to avoid traffic prob-
lems. Traffic lights along the four
intersections connecting city streets
to the interstate will automatically
respond to accept an increased
amount of traffic.
"This new system, when installed,
will allow the traffic department to
change traffic patterns in real time,"
Sollenberger said. "If there is an inci-
dent on 1-4 that forces traffic through
town, the new system will allow us to
change the timing on the computer-
ized system to accommodate the


overflow of traffic. Once the incident
is cleared, we could return to a
normal pattern."
Money to pay for the improve-
ments will come from the Metropoli-
tan Planning Organization, which
distributes federal and state money
for projects they approve throughout
the county.
Plant City has been approved to
use about $1.2 million of that money
to design and have installed traffic
enhancing equipment that will work
in coordination with the same system
being installed by the state on 1-4
from County Line Road into Tampa.
"We will prioritize the construction
phase and take it as far as the avail-
able funding will allow us to go," said
Don Rainard, the city streets, storm-
water and traffic superintendent.
Rainard has been attending monthly
meetings in Tampa regarding the
implementation of a countywide
intelligent traffic system.
City Manager David Sollenberger
told commissioners Dec. 12 that the
city would use about $230,000 of the
$1.2 million for the design and selec-
tion of various traffic system compo-
nents. Rainard said the remainder of
the money has been allocated for the
installation of those components
during the FDOT's 2005-06 fiscal
year.
Rainard said the city will need $1
million to change out all of the city's


41 traffic controllers.
A total of about $4.3 million will
still be required to completely over-
haul the city's entire traffic control
system and to ensure it works in sync
with the state and county systems.
That would also allow the city to
upgrade its traffic control. center,
which is now at the city's Spencer
Street facility. When upgraded, the
city's facility would be. tied to the
county and state's communication
networks that provide real-time video
of traffic patterns around the area.
The city is pursuing additional
grant money to help complete the
entire system.
Assistant city engineer Mike
O'Keefe is working with Rainard to
implement the new system. The two
are working with the MPO's technical
advisory committee, which includes
representatives from all of Hills-
borough County's different govern-
ments, to update and prioritize the
five-year traffic plans for the entire
county.
"We all have input into the Trans-
portation Improvement Plan that is
very important to long range growth
and planning within Hillsborough
County," O'Keefe said. "It is impor-
tant for Plant City to stay in sync with
plans for upgrading the traffic system
along 1-4 and any other upgrade or
modification that will effect our traf-
fic patterns."


CALENDAR
Continued From Page 4


door on the day of the show.
Call: 759-2247.

Bicycle repair clinic
Trinity United Methodist Church
will hold a free bicycle clinic on the
assembly and repair of bikes Jan. 29
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The clinic will take place at the
church's Youth Center, 1406 N.
Orange Street, one block west of
Wheeler Street.
Call: 752-9316.

Miss Heart of Plant City orientation
The 2005 Miss Heart of Plant City
Scholarship Pageant will hold a man-


datory orientation Jan. 29 at Bethany
Baptist Church youth building, 3409
N. Cork Road, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Contestants between ages 17-24,
who are at least a senior in high
school must attend to pick up their
applications and learn pertinent
information concerning the competi-
tion. Parents of the applicants are
welcomed to attend.
The pageant will be held March 19,
at a local hall not yet identified. Fur-
ther information can be found at
www.missheartofplantcity.com or by
calling Regan Paul at 503-5181.
Pageant winners will receive college
scholarship money and a trip to com-
pete in the 2005 Miss Florida


Pageant.

Flea Market at the Lakes
The annual Flea Market at the
Lakes is set for Feb. 3 from 8:30 a.m.
to noon on Sam Allen Road and State
Road 39. The public is welcome.
Call: 754-3745.

Bike fest
The Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce 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.


POLICE
Continued From Page 3
call that two men were possibly break-
ing into a residence. Deputies detained
Timothy O'Neal, 26, of 6022 Maple
Lane, Tampa, and Michael Hart, 19, of
30419 Clearview Drive, Wesley Chapel,
and discovered a strong chemical odor
coming from a metal shed in the rear of
the property.
Member's of the county's Special
Investigations Bureau found burned
items used in the manufacturing of
methamphetamine. Detectives
obtained a search warrant and mem-
bers of the DEA Methamphetamine
Task Force also searched the property.
Numerous materials and chemicals
used to manufacture methampheta-
mine were seized, officials said. O'Neal
and Hart were arrested and taken to the
Orient Road Jail.
As of Jan. 17, Hart was still in custody
with bail set at $8,500. O'Neal was
released Jan. 15 after posting bail of
$15,500.

Reward offered
Plant City police are offering a reward
for information leading to the arrests of
four juveniles suspected in the armed
robbery of two Plant City stores.
The young, black males wearing
black hooded sweatshirts are suspected
in the Dec. 31, robberies at the SuperSe-
ven convenient store at the comer of
South Park Road and East Alsobrook
Street, and the Family Dollar Store, 105
N. Gordon St. on Jan. 3.
Police are asking people who have
information regarding these robberies
or the suspects to call detectives Arden
Haggerty or Matt Lawson at the Plant
City Police Department at 757-9200, or
the TIPS line at 754-TIPS (8477).

Outstanding warrants
Police officials are looking for two
Plant City men wanted for separate
incidents regarding the trafficking, pos-
session and sale of cocaine, and parole
violations.
Roland Lee Callins Jr., 25, is sus-
pected in the sale and delivery of crack
cocaine as well as parole violations. He
may be living in the Plant City or Lake-
land areas, police said.
Darryl Williams, 34, is suspected in
the trafficking of cocaine and also is
wanted on parole violations, police
said. He is thought to be living in the
Plant City area.
Anyone with information on these
suspects is asked to call the Plant City
Police Department at 757-9200, or the
TIPS line at 754-TIPS (8477).


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SPO RTOS


High School Soccer Teams


Gear Up For Districts


LINDA CHION KENNEY/Staff photo
Durant High School wrestling coaches Robert Bennett, left, Dennis Kitko and John Heyman all
wrestled for Brandon High School. As head coach, Kitko is working his team hard to take a crack
at Brandon's streak of more than 400 straight dual-meet victories. He said his best hopes are for
next year, when Brandon loses a majority of its squad to graduation and Durant returns all but
two seniors.



Brandon Alumni Aim



To Hit The Streak Hard

Former Wrestlers Take Aim With Durant


By LINDA CHION KENNEY
Ichion@mediageneral.com
The day will come when Brandon's streak
will be broken and head coach Russ Cozart fig-
ures it might as well rest with him.
That doesn't mean the formidable wrestling
coach, now in his 25th year at Brandon, is look-
ing to throw in the towel any time soon if
ever.
"It's kind of a comical way to look at, that
since I've received a lot of attention from the
streak, I should be the guy who bears the
burden of taking the blunt end of it, too,"
Cozart said.
But would he intentionally seek to break the
streak?
"No, no way," said Cozart, who took over the
streak at win No. 75 and turned it into the
nation's longest winning streak for any high
school sport, let alone wrestling. "We know one
day we'll lose, and that day eventually is going to
come, but until someone is better than us on
any given night, we're not going to call it quits.
I'm not going to call it quits."
Eagle pride runs deep with this year's squad,
but also with Brandon's alumni wrestlers,
including those who first built the streak under
coach Jim Graves some 32 years ago.
Earlier this week, three alumni wrestlers,
now coaches at Durant, took aim at the streak
in preparation for their Jan. 19 face-off against
Brandon, which entered the week with 406
consecutive dual-meet wins.
Head Coach Dennis Kitko graduated in '93
and assistant coach John Heyman two years
earlier. Both are teachers at Durant. Volunteer
coach Robert Bennett graduated two years
before Cozart came to Brandon.
Bennett wears a third hat, that of parent. He
watched his sons, Tommy and Daniel, learn the
sport through the Brandon Wrestling Club
headed by Cozart. Tommy, a sophomore, wres-
tles at Durant and entered the week with a 27-1
record. Daniel is a student at Turkey Creek
Middle school.
"It's a little strange going to the match with
the Cougars because I've always been there
rooting for Brandon," Robert Bennett said.
"Russ is a great teacher and he works them hard.
They're just an awesome team."
Kitko has said that if his team has any chance
of beating Brandon, it would be next year,
when Brandon loses seven or eight seniors,
including Rocky Cozart, the coach's son, and


Durant loses only two. The Cougars have been
working hard, in tournaments and camps year-
round, to give the Eagle powerhouse a run for
its money.
Cozart is counting on it.
"It's pretty good stuff to put on a bulletin
board in the locker room that Durant's proj-
ecting to beat us next year," Cozart said. "My
juniors and sophomores are taking that in and
digesting it a little bit and thinking about it. But
I would be kind of upset if they didn't think that
they could beat us. I would expect nothing less
than for them to be competitive. It's good to
know they're serious about their coaching and
aiming for the highest. That's a good sign."
Kitko promises to deliver.
"We know how to work hard and what it
takes to be at the top because we've all been
there as Brandon wrestlers," Kitko said. "Rob-
ert's son ended up coming here so he helps out,
and when I heard John, who was (working) at
King High School, was looking for something a
little bit different, I knew he'd fit in perfectly
here. John's quiet and good on technique, I'm
tough and Robert talks the boys up. Breaking
the streak isn't something we're necessarily out
to do, but if it makes the sport a little better,
because of the competition, than that's a good
thing, too."
Whether Durant is destined to field the team
that breaks the streak remains to be seen. In the
meantime, the sport of wrestling in the greater
Brandon area can only improve, thanks to the
growing number of state and national champi-
ons, which raises the bar of competition for
everybody.
Durant wrestling coach John Heyman
remembers the match that almost broke the
streak. It was his sophomore year and he lost
his match against a senior.
"I lost in about the last 15 seconds on points,
but in a way I did my job because he was
expected to pin me," Heyman said. "Still, it was
a little rough to see it come that close."
Now, as the Durant coaches work to build a
Cougar powerhouse, Heyman said he still
keeps his focus on the bigger picture.
"It would be nice to be the team that broke
the streak, but it's more about the kids,"
Heyman said. "Wrestling is more of an
individual sport anyway. It's about making the
individuals better. I get more joy out of seeing
someone who has not won a match get that
first win."


GIRLS TOURNAMENT
STARTS MONDAY
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Getting to the playoffs has
never been an issue for the
Durant girls soccer team.
This year, however, it will
not be a foregone conclusion.
Durant expects a challenge
next week at the District 6A-6
tournament in Plant City,
where the Cougars will play
Tuesday night against either
the host Raiders or Sarasota
Riverview.
"We've played two games
against Sarasota Riverview,
and both were good, physical
games," said Durant head
coach Ron Evans.
Both were won by Durant,
but only by a 2-1 score each
time with the Rams answering
an early Durant goal, then the
Cougars netting the winner in
the second half.
And last week Plant City
gave Durant the closest game
between the teams in nine
years, another 2-1 score.
Raider goalie Maggie Keller
kept it close by making 20
saves, and she had her team's
only goal on a penalty kick.
Plant City takes on third-
seeded Sarasota Riverview
Monday night at 8.
The tournament kicks off at
Raider Stadium Monday at 6
with No. 4 seed Sarasota meet-
ing No. 5 Riverview.
The semifinals are Tuesday.
Bloomingdale is the only
team in the district that made
the last state rankings and the
Cougars would not dispute


It was wonderful to see such
a crowd Friday at the Plant
City High gym, though I'm
sure the Raiders would have
liked to put on a better show.
The best Plant City basket-
ball home attendance of the
year witnessed a determined
Durant boys squad will its way
to a 62-42 victory. The number
of fans was naturally boosted
by the Cougar faithful, who
enjoyed the spoils and the
right to chant "Who's your
Daddy?" as the Durant lead
became insurmountable.
Regardless of the result,
here's hoping that the
enthusiasm for basketball is
truly back at both schools. It
sure looked that way Friday.
Though they didn't have
much to jump up and down
about, it was encouraging to
see a section of about 20 sign-
toting Raider students on
their feet the whole way.
Unfortunately, their cheers
could not help Plant City's
free throw attempts go
through the hoop. The
Raiders went 4-for-12 from
the line. Durant's Pedro
Coronado alone made as


that, as in their last meeting
Bloomingdale cruised past
Durant 7-1.
"And that's fine," he said.
"That plays to our advantage.
Hey, I told the girls after the
game, we've waited 10 years to
play the worst game in the
program's history. That's OK
- and we put it behind us. It
might have hurt their pride a
little, but it didn't kill us."
Thursday's district champi-
onship winner gets the luxury
of being at home for the first
round of the regional playoffs.
The district runner-up must
go on the road, and it would
be a long haul since the Dis-
trict 6A-5 schools are from the
Kissimmee/Orlando area.
The boys have until Jan. 31
to tune up for their district
tourneys.
Last week Plant City posted
its best two offensive showings
of the year, a 5-3 win over
Durant and a 6-0 thrashing ol
Armwood.
Not so coincidentally, the
Raiders' Colin Gill became eli-
gible last week and instantly
injected life into the offense.
Gill had a goal and two
assists in the win against
Durant.
Shun Saito had a hat trick
and Kyle McGimsey scored
two goals against Armwood.
Saito, a Japanese exchange
student, only had one goal
previous to getting the three
against Armwood.
"He's just understanding
English a little, slowly," said
Raider head coach Trent
Hobbs. "After the game we
asked him, 'Do you knowwhat
hat trick means?' and he said
'Yeah, hat trick.' So I guess
there's no other word for it."


DAREK
SHARP


many shots from three-
point range. His 16 points led
the way but Durant's win
really had nothing to do with
shooting. The Cougars were
much more active on the
offensive glass and scored at
least a dozen more points
than Plant City on putbacks.
Sometimes, though, no
matter how many attempts the
Cougars got they could not get
a shot past Raider freshman
Kenny Mitchell. Yes, if you saw
the game and are asking
yourself "Is that kid REALLY a
freshman?" indeed he is.
Already standing 6-5 and a
shot-blocking presence,


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I ILegals I
RESOLUTION NO. 12-2005
A RESOLUTION DECLARING
INTENTION OF THE CITY
COMMISSION OF THE CITY
OF PLANT CITY TO ORDER
AND DIRECT DEMOLITION
AND REMOVAL OF BUILD-
ING OR STRUCTURES ON
PROPERTY LOCATED AT
4507 AIRPORT ROAD, AND
FIXING A DATE AND TIME
FOR HEARING PROVIDING
THE OWNER AN OPPORTU-
NITY TO SHOW CAUSE AS
TO REASONS IF ANY, WHY
SUCH DEMOLITION AND
REMOVAL SHOULD NOT BE
ORDERED.
WHEREAS in accordance
with Chapter 78, Article IX,
Plant City Code the Build-
ing Inspector of the City of
Plant City did on Septem-
ber 13,2004, issue a Notice
and Order of Condemna-
tion affecting the premises
hereinafter described,
which Notice and Order of
Condemnation was.served
in accordance with Section
78-724 Plant City Code on
KATHERINE A. BROCK., the
owners) of said premises;
and
WHEREAS, said owner of
said premises has failed to
comply with or appeal from
such order within the time
therein fixed, and the mat-
ter has there on been re-
ferred to this City Commis-
sion; mow therefore
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR-
IDA:

SECTION 1. That upon the
failure of Katherine A.
Brock., owners) of the
premises described as:
From Southwest corner of
Southwest 1/4 of North-
west 1/4 run East 382 feet
North 13 degrees 36 min-
utes 40 seconds East 206.3
feet for point of beginning
and run North 13 degrees
36 minutes 40 seconds East
100 feet to Southwesterly
right of way of Airport Road
North 60 degrees 13 min-
utes West 120 feet South 13
degrees 43 minutes 10 sec-
onds West 100 feet and
South 60 degrees 18 min-
utes East 120.39 feet to
point of beginning, Section
36, Township 28 South,
Range 21 East,
to demolish and remove
the buildings or structures
thereon in compliance with
the Notice and Order of
Condemnation of the Build-
ing Inspector of the City of
Plant City dated February
14, 2005, orto appeal there-
from, the City Commission
does hereby declare its in-
tention to order and direct
demolition and removal of
such buildings or struc-
tures either with cityforces
or by independent contrac-
tor submitting the lowest
and best bid therfor, and
assessing the costs thereof
against the real property
upon which such costs
were incurred.
SECTION 2. The City Com-
mission will hold a public
hearing in relation thereto,
at which time Katherine A.
Brock. owners) of said
property, shall have an op-
portunity to show cause
why such demolition and
removal should not be or-
dered on February 14, 2005
at 7:30 p.m. or as soon
thereafter as the matter
may be heard in the Sadye
Gibbs Martin Auditorium of
the Nettie Berry Draughon


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Municipal Building, 302
West Reynolds Street (City
Hall), Plant City, Florida
SECTION 3. That the City
Clerk shall forthwith fur-
nish a copy this resolution
by certified mail toAndrew
M. Phillips, Trustee,
Creamy Rich Pension Plan;
5124 Lithia Springs Road,
Lithia, Florida 33547; and
Katherine A. Brock 4507
Airport Road, Plant City,
Florida 33566.
SECTION 4. A copy of this
resolution shall be posted
on the property located at
4507 Airport Road.
SECTION 5. The City Clerk
shall publish a copy of this
resolution in the Courier,
issue of January 20,2005
SECTION 6. All persons are
advised that if a person de-
cides to appeal any deci-
sion made by City Commis-
sion with respect to any
matter considered at such
meeting, he will need a re-
cord of the proceedings,
and for such purpose ne
may need to ensure that a
verbatim record off the
proceeding is made, which
record includes the testi-
mony and evidence upon
which the appeal'is-to be
based.
SECTION 7. In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, any person
with a disability requiring
reasonable accommoda-
tion in order to participate
in this meeting should call
the City Clerk at (813)
659-4200 at least 48 hours
prior to the public hearing.

Adopted by the City Com-
mission on January 10,
2005.
Michael S. Sparkman
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
Virginia L. Helper
City CLerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
N08366 1/20/2005
RESOLUTION NO.11-2005
A RESOLUTION DECLARING
INTENTION OF THE CITY
COMMISSION OF THE CITY
OF PLANT CITY TO ORDER
AND DIRECT DEMOLITION
AND REMOVAL OF BUILD-
ING OR STRUCTURES ON
PROPERTY LOCATED AT
302 S. HOWARD STREET,
AND FIXING A DATE AND
TIME FOR HEARING PRO-
VIDING THE OWNER AN OP-
PORTUNITY TO SHOW
CAUSE AS TO REASONS, IF
ANY WHY SUCH DEMOLI-
TIOh AND REMOVAL
SHOULD NOT BE ORDERED.
WHEREAS in accordance
with Chapter 78, Article IX,
Plant City Code the Build-
ing Inspector of the City of
Plant City did on Septem-
ber 13, 2004, issue a Notice
and Order of Condemna-
tion affecting the premises
hereinafter described
which Notice and Order of
Condemnation was served
in accordance with Section
78-724 Plant City Code on
Keith i. Perry Sr., the own-
er(s) of said premises; and
WHEREAS, said owner of
said premises has failed to
comply with or appeal from


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such order within the time
therein fixed, and the mat-
ter has thereupon been re-
ferred to this City Commis-
sion; now therefore
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR-
IDA:

SECTION 1. That upon the
failure of Keith D. Perry Sr.,
owners) of the premises
described as:
Lot 1 Map and Subdivision
of Lots 1,2,and4 of Block29
of Warrens Survey in Plant
City for H.B. Wordehoff ac-
cording to map orplatther-
of as recorded in Plat Book
9,Pages(s)23 ofthePublic
Records of lillsborough
County, FLorida,
to demolish and remove
the buildings or structures
thereon in compliance with
the Notice and Order of
Condemnation of the Build-
ing Inspector of the City of
Plant City dated Septem-
ber 13, 2004, or to appeal
therefrom, the City Com-
mission does hereby de-
clare its intention to order
and direct demolition and
removal of such buildings
or structures either with
city forces or by indepen-
dent contractor submitting
the lowest and best bid
therefore, and assessing the
costs thereof against the
real property upon which
such costs were incurred.
SECTION 2. The City Com-
mission will hold a public
hearing in relation thereto,
atwhich time Keith D. Perry
Sr., owners) of said prop-
erty, shall have an opportu-
nity to show cause why
such demolition and re-
moval should not be or-
dered on February 14,2005
at 7:30 p.m. or as soon
thereafter as the matter
may be heard inthe Sadye
Gibbs Martin Auditorium of
the Nettie Berry Draughon
Municipal Bul ding 302
West Reynolds Streei (City
Hall), Plant City, Florida
SECTION 3. That the City
Clerk shall forthwith fur-
nisha copy this resolution
by certified mail to Keith D.
Perry Sr. 609 W. Ingram
Street, PRant City, Florida
33563 and Clara Perry, 508
Franklin Street Plant City,
Florida 33563.
SECTION 4. A copy of this
resolution shall be posted
on the property located at
302 S. Howard Street.
SECTION 5. The City Clerk
shall publish a copy of this
resolution ih the Courier,
issue of January 20,2005
SECTION 6. All persons are
advised that if a person
decides to appeal any de-
cision made by City Com-
missionwith respect to any
matter considered at such
meeting, he will need a re-
cord of the proceedings,
and for such purpose he
may need to ensure that a
verbatim record off the
proceeding is made, which
record includes the testi-
mony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be
based.
SECTION 7. In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabilities Act any person
with a disability requiring
reasonable accommoda-
tion in order to participate
in this meeting should call
the City Clerk at (813)
659-4200 at least 48 hours


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prior to the public hearing.

Adopted by the City Com-
mission on January 10,
2005.
Michael S. Sparkman
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
Virginia L Helper
City CLerk
Approved as to forti and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
N08365 1/20/2005
RESOLUTION NO.13-2005
A RESOLUTION PROVIDING
NOTICE OF HEARING ON
PROPOSED SUBDIVISION
PLAT OF EUNICE ESTATES,
A SUBDIVISION IN SECTION
25, TOWNSHIP 28 SOUTH,
RANGE 21 EAST, HILLSBOR-
OUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA.
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR-
IDA:
SECTION 1. The City Com-
mission of the City of Plant
City, Florida, does hereby
give notice of the hearing
on the approval of pro-
posed subdivision plat of
Eunice Estates, a subdivi-
sion in Section 25, Town-
ship 28 South, Range 21
East, Hillsborough County,
FLonda.
SECTION 2. The City Com-
mission will hold a public
hearing on the approval of
the subdivision plat at its
meeting in the Sadye Gibbs
Martin Auditorium of the
Nettie Berry Draughon Mu-
nicipal Building, 302 West
Reynolds Street ("City
Hall"), Plant City Florida,
on January 24, 2005, at 7:30
p.m. or as soon thereafter
as the matter may be
heard, at which time inter-
ested parties and citizens
may appear and be heard-
with respect to the pro-
posed subdivision.
SECTION 3. A resolution ap-
proving said subdivision
plat shallbecomsidered by
the City Commission upon
the conclusion of the public
hearing.
SECTION 4. The proposed
subdivision plat may be in-
spectedby the public atthe
o ice of he City Clerk at
the Nettie Berry Draughon
Municipal Building City
Hall), 302 West Reynolds
Street, Plant City, FLorida.
SECTION 5. All persons are
advised that If a person de-
cides to appeal any deci-
sion made by City Commis-
sion with respect to any
matter considered at such
meeting, he will need a re-
cord of the proceedings,
and for such purpose he
may need to ensure that a
verbatim record off the
proceeding is made, which
record includes the testi-
mony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be
based.
SECTION 6. In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, any person
with a disability requiring
reasonable accommoda-
tion in order to participate
in this meeting should call
the City Clerk at (813)
659-4200 at least 48 hours
prior to the public hearing.


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SECTION 7. At the public
hearing referred in Section
1 herein, all speakers shall
be limited to three (3) min-
utes, unless thespeaker re-
quests the City Clerk for
additional time no less
than forty-eight (48) hours
priorto said public hearing.
n the event speakers) re-
quest additional time the
determination of the
amount of time to be al-
lowed shall be at the dis-
cretion of the Mayor, but no
speaker shall generally be
allowed more than fifteen
(15) minutes.
SECTION 8. This resolution,
as notice of said public
hearing shall be published
bythecityClerkintheCou-
rier issue of January 20,
2008.
Adopted by the City Com-
mission on January 10,
2005.
Michael S. Sparkman
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
Virginia L. Helper
City CLerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
N08367 1/20/2005
ASSEVERATION
AND
DECLARATION
I Harold-Ivan: Standard-
the sentient Man "in esse"
hereinafter "1, My, Me",
competent to testify by
firsthand knowledge to the
facts contained herein, do
Lawfully Declare and Af-
firm;
That the following docu-
ments listed are fraudulent
and void at law "ab initio";
1. APPLICATION NO.
93-60369 with AUDIT CON-
TROL NO. 649824 thus la-
beled "MARRIAGE RECORD
FLORIDA" thus contains
the following two names,
Harold Irvin standard and
Tricia Lynn Davis, but not
limited to the two names;
within it's four corners and;
2. APPLICATION NO.
82-2480 with AUDIT CON-
TROL NO. 168504 thus la-
beled "MARRIAGE RECORD
FLORIDA" thus contains
the following two name;
Harold Irvin Standard and
Scarlett Lynne Rhea, but
not limited to the two
names; within its four cor-
ners; are fraudulent and
void at law and hereby re-
scinded "ab initio".
To any and all man/men or
woman/women or par-
ty/parties-hereinafter
"you, your", with firsthand
knowledge to whom this
declaration may apply to,
you are hereby served
and/or noticed if within
thirty (30) days of record-
ing this documents public
record and/or thefirstpub-
lishing as a "general no-
tice, whichever may apply,
I have not received Lawful
evidence to the contrary
that the aforementioned
listed documents are not
fraudulent and void at law
"ab initio", by you, by affi-
davit under the pains and
penalties of perjury, no
champions) will be ac-
cepted in your stead, then
by your silence is acquies-
cence that the aforemen-
tioned listed documents


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are fraudulent and void at
law "ab initio" and stands
rescinded, as affirmed by
Me.
All submission(s) and/or
returns in regards of this
matter should be mailed to
the following: Harold-Irvin:
Standard, c/o Standard,
519 Duchess Court Suite 4,
Lakeland, Florida 33803.
My Word is My Bond, My
Hand is My Seal; Signed
and Sealedby the volun-
tary act of My own Hand on
this 27th day of December
Anno Domini two thousand
and four that Me Creator,
YHWH has established;
and Boned by My private
unlimited commercial Lia-
bility valued in excess of
twenty Dollars in silver
coin specie:
Harold-Irvan: Standard,
free inhabitant in Sui Juris
Status
Using a notary on this doc-
ument does not constitute
any stipulation(s) or any
adhesion nor does it alter
My status in any manner,
the purpose for notary is
verification and identifica-
tion only and not for en-
trance into or thru any for-
eign venue orjurisdicition.
State of Florida
Polk Country
As a Notary Public for said
County and State, I do her-
eb certify that on this 27th
day of December 2004, the
above Harold-Irvin: Stan-
dard, FL DL S353349612280,
appeared before me, being
known to me 0 or provided
to me satisfactory evi-
dence (v) to be the
man/woman whose name
is subscribed and executed
the foregoing.
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[ ILegals
BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
CITY OF PLANT CITY,
FLORIDA
CASE #BOA-2005-03
IN RE:
The Petition of
Thomas Sign for Comfort
Inn
Public Notice is hereby giv-
en thatthe Board of Ad ust-
ment of the City of Plant
City, Florida, will hold a
public hearing on Tuesday,
January 25, 005, at 1:30
P.M. at the Nettie Berry
Draughon Municipal Build-
ing in the council room au-
ditorium located at 302
West Reynolds Street,
Plant City, Florida The pur-
pose of this hearing an ap-
peal by petitioner, Thomas
Signs, representing Com-
fort Inn, requesting a vari-
ance from the Plant City
Code, Section 102-1777(2),
to allow petitioner a direc-
tory sign 1) of 30, sf a vari-
ance of10sf, 2) setback of
0', a variance of 5', and 3)
with a sign height of 10', a
variance of 4'. The property
is located at 2003 S Front-
age Road, in a C-1A, Neigh-
borhood Business zoning
district All persons are ad-
vised that if a person de-
cides to appeal any deci-
sion made by the Board of
Adjustment with respect to
any matter which is consid-
ered at such meeting, he
will need a record of the
proceeding, and for such
purpose he may need to en-
sure that averbatim record
of the proceeding is made,
which record includes the
testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to
be based.
JulieHam
Planner
No:8415 1/20/05
BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
CITY OF PLANT CITY,
FLORIDA
CASE #BOA-2005-02
IN RE:
The Petition of
Dr. David Ferry Ill
Public Notice Is hereby giv-
en that the Board of Adiust-
ment of the City of Plant
City, Florida, will hold a
public hearing on Tuesday
January 25, 2005, at 1:30
P.M. at the Nettie Berry
Draughon Municipal Build-
ing in the council room au-
ditorium located at 302
West Reynolds Street,
Plant City Florida The pur-
ose of this hearing is to
near a request by the peti-
tioner, Dr. David Ferry III,
requesting a variance from
the Plant City Code, Sec-
tion 102-156, to allow peti-
tioner to expand on a non-
conforming building. The
property Islocated at 1805
W. Reynolds Street, in a C-
1B, Neighborhood Business
zoning district All persons
are a vised that if a person
decides to appeal any deci-
sion made by the Board of
Adjustment with respect to
any matter which Is consid-
ered at such meeting he
will need a record of the
proceeding, and for such
purpose he may need to en-
sure that averbatim record
of the proceeding is made,
which record includes the
testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal Is to
be based.
Julie Ham
Planner
No:8414 1/20/05


I I Legals I
BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
CITY OF PLANT CITY,
FLORIDA
CASE #BOA-2005-01
IN RE:
The Petition of
Santa Sweets
Public Notice is hereby giv-
en thatthe Board of Adjust-
ment of the City of P lant
City, Florida, will hold a
public hearing on Tuesday
January 25, 005, at 1:3d
P.M. at the Nettle Berry
Draughon Municipal Build-
ing in the council room au-
ditorium located at 302
West Reynolds Street,
Plant City Florida The pur-
pose of this hearing is to
hear a request by the peti-
tioner, Santa Sweets, re-
questing an extension to
the time-frame of a vari-
ance granted on July 27th,
2004. The property is locat-
ed at 4006 Airport Rd., in an
M-AP, Airport Industrial
zoning district. All persons
are a vised that if a person
decides to appeal any deci-
sion made by the Board of
Adjustment with respect to
any matterwhich is consid-
ered at such meeting, he
will need a record or the
proceeding, and for such
purpose he may need to en-
sure that averbatim record
of the proceeding is made,
which record includes the
testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to
be based.
Julie Ham
Planner
No:8413 1/20/05
NOTICE OF SALE .
In accordance with thepro-
visions of Florida law, there
being due and unpaid
charges for which the un-
dersigned is entitled to sat-
isfy an owner's lien of the
goods hereinafter de-
scribed and stored at Uncle
Bob's Self Storage located
at: 1005 S. Alexander St.,
Plant City Florida 33563.
813-759-9526. And, due no-
tice having been given, to
the owner of said property
and all parties known to
claim an interest therein,
and the time specified in
such notice for payment of
such having expired, the
goods will be sold at public
auction at the above stated
address to the highest bid-
der or otherwise disposed
of on Wednesday, February
9,2005at9:30am.
C-21TERRELL BECTON
Household goods, furni-
turetools, misc
C-42 MARK GAMAGE
Tools construction equip.
E-18 RICHARD HICKS
Household goods, furni-
ture boxes
A- 7bELONDA HINSON
Household goods, furni-
ture, boxes, misc.
C-49 JAMES MARTIN
Household goods, furni-
ture.tools
D- 4ICHAEL E. WILLIAMS
Household goods, furni-
ture, boxes, misc.
Valerie Gonzalez
Manager
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NOTICEOFSALE
NOTICE is hereby given
that on Friday, February 4,
2005 at 12:00 Noon,
BREWINGTON'S TOWING
SERVICE, 302 E. Calhoun
Street, Plant City FL 33566,
will conduct a sale for cash
to the highest bidder.
Brewington's reserves the
right to bid, or will other-
wise dispose of the
following:
1991Pontiac4dr
Vin#1G2WH54T3MF264521
1994 Chevrolet SW
Vin# 2CNBE18U6R6916477
1991 Ford PK
Vin# 1FTDF15Y5MNB08966
1990 Lincoln 4dr
Vin# 1LNCM82FOLY771383
1995 Ford 4dr
Vin# 3FASP13J4SR134288
1993 GMC Van
Vin# 1GDEG25Z7PF504469
1974 Ford P/U
Vin# FSOCCT44113
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NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that
"Buckeye Self Storage
Inc." will sell to the highest
bidder at public sa e at
1610 Jim Johnson Rd., Plant
City, FL 33566 at 9:00AM,
Thursday, February 10,
2005.
The following items:
Port TV, Chests Furniture,
Misc items held for Lisa
Blue.
Scooter, Furniture, Beds,
Misc. items held for
Timothy Brooks
Sweeper, Misc. Chairs &
Furniture, Misc. items held
for Roberta Cheatam.
Toys, 2 Wheeler Furniture,
Misc. items held for Eric
Washington.
Microwave, Misc. items
held for Wendy Efinger
Ben Yocom, Sr.
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121l2A|Townhouse I
Citrus park area, new
3br/2.Sba, W/D, end unit
w/ pnd view, exc loc
near mall/shops, no
smkng/pets, avail now
$1200/mo 813-335-1338
Citrus Park Area
New 2br,2.5ba TH, near
shopping schools &
hwys. $965/mo plus sec.
Available February 1.
727-738-5085
NEW TAMPA Pebble
Creek, Lake View Town-
house, 2 Br 2 '/zBa, 1 car
Garage, $1,000/mo
813-472-9651 *416-9374
Mobile
215 Homes
1 Br Apts & 1&2Bedrm
Mobile Homes
Plant City 813-752-5234
DID FIDO EXTEND THE
FAMILY? Place an ad in
class 480 and unleash
some of those pups!
Cork area: almost like
new, 2/1, Cha, no pets,
references $125/wk
$375/dep. 863-670-1924
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 aptRV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
PLANT CITY, North 2BR,
14 wide, CH/A. NO PETS,
rent weekly or monthly.
= security813-754-6541
Check Out Cars/Trucks in
today Classified section!
RUSKIN 3br,2ba on Little
Manatee River. boat
dock win davits. spring
porch, private lot
130x90 no kids or pets
Primo,M-F 813-310-3179
Springhead, 2br/lba
nice older MH, 1/4ac, no
pets, need ref, $160 wk,
all until paid, $309 dep.
Call 813-299-3416
I1n I Travel Trailer
I"0I Lots For Rent|
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's &
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
I1q Waterfront
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CHA, complfuminclDW
and WD. On Little Mana-
tee River w/priv dock.
$1200mo 941-737-1944
or 813-645-5379
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Employment
Services

1290 Jobs Wanted
HOME Health Care Pro-
vider with references
seeking work. Call Cindy

Clean Sheds, Yard, Tires
Junk Cars Anything! I'LL
DO IT! 737'-3351763-3745
300-390
Employment

I n1 Management-
"3 1I Supervisory

ARAMARK Corporation, a
world leader in provid-
ing food & management
services, is currently
seeking Management &
Supervisory candidates
throughout Florida. Tre-
mendous growth oppor-
tunitiesfortop perform-
ers! Fax resume:
863-773-3762, 904-964-
2654. EOE/M/F/D/V


I 3 Management-
302 Supervisory

MASTERTASTE
Plant City food ingredient
company is looking for a
Quality Supervisor. Will
e responsible for quali-
ty programs, product
quality and specifica-
tions, customer sup-
port, and supervising
ab technicians. Candi-
date must possess a B.S.
in Food/Science or re-
lated field along with
1-3 years of supervisory
exo preferably in food
mfg. Good communica-
tion skills required,
along with computer
competency. Please e-
mail or fax your resume
today to recruiter.fl
@mastertaste.com or
863-619-2224. We are
proud to be an equal op-
portunity employer. On-
y qualified candidates
will be considered.
1305 1 Professional I

SURVEILLANCE
INVESTIGATOR
PROGRESSIVE RESEARCH,
INC Faxresumeto:
813-759-1370.
TEACHERS, Must have 1
Year Experience + 40
hours required (All Clas-
ses FULL at this time).
813-764-0121
SComputer
3071 Technology

Computer Tech cerl, w/
sales, networking & web
design exp. Must work
on contract 813-757-0288

3121 Finance

CLOSER NEEDED In-
Home Sales. Do You
Want To Make Over 100K
Per Year & Be Paid
Weekly? 13-Year Old
Company Expanding
Will Give You 3-Con-
firmed Leads Daily. Call
Bill 1-800-672-7114.
1320 Medical i
CNA LPN or RN Test Prep-
aration. Weekends,
days / nights, English /
Spanish. 813-249-2262
727-869-8805
352-592-3704,
407-273-3777 Prepara-
cion Examen de CNA,
LPN o PN Weekends dias
0 noches. Espanol
CNA'S
Loveable, Dependable,
caregivers, Autumn
Assist living 1307 E.
Baker 813-752-1648
FRONT OFFICE Position
in Plant City Medical
Office. Great people and
phone skills Medisoft
exp.a+ .Faxkesumeto:
813-759-0737
LPN or MA Full time in a
Brandon &Sun City Urol-
ogy office. Fax resume
to Jeff 813-685-0968
LPN-Triage Nurse M-F9-5
in the Tampa-Brandon-
Pasco and St. Peters-
burg areas. IV Certifica-
tion and wound care ex-
perience required. Fax
resume to 813-261-5059
or visit our website at
www.dmshome.com
www.jobs dms.com
MA & MA Phlebotomist
immediately in Tampa
Bay. 8-5 M-F. Mm 1 yr
exp in a med ofc and a
graduate of an accredit-
ed program with extern-
ship in a clinical setting.
Fax to 813-261-5059
www.dmshome.com
www.jobs.',dms.com
RECEPTIONIST for medi-
cal office, Medical Man-
ager experience helpful
Cal 813-659-3328
I Child Care
335 Positions

DAY care help needed
P/T, Must be flexible
813-752-4561
1340 1 Hospitality I
DISHWASHER-F/T
Breakfast/Prep Cook
Need Exp. Apply at
: Snellgrove s Restaurant
109 South Collins


I340 I Hospitality I
KITCHEN HELP F/T. &
Waitresses Appmly in per-
son Chancy Catfish
Shack, N. Park Rd
754-0477 or 752-7224
Mariner's Club
Bahia Beach Resort
Full service waterfront
resort seeking individu-
als with strong commu-
nication and interper-
sonal skills for the fol-
lowingpoositions:
Corporate Sales Manag-
er-will be able to solicit,
confirm and coordinate
corporate and group
sales. Candidate must
have the ability to effec-
tively and aggressively
acquire new business.
Co lege degree pre-
ferred or equivalent
exo.
Cools-min 3 yrs exp in
restaurant and banquet
facility
Fax resume to:
813-641-1589 or e-mail to
MCBBEmployment@
earthmark.us
Mariner's Club
Bahia Beach Resort
611 Destiny Dr.
Ruskin, FI. EOE/DFWP
SERVERS
Experienced
813-719-8345
WAITRESS-Full time
Experienced. Apply at:
Snellgrove's Restauraunt
109 Soul ti Collins
349 I Legal
Positions
LEGAL Sec'y, Computer
and phone skills neces-
sary. Small law firm
Plant City, Fl. Fax
resume 813-759-1101
SClea recall Dixie
5""1 Secretarial


dntwnTampa
ADMIN ASST MS Office
Brandon area. Call Dixie
Staffing 813/663-0394
Customer Service/Sules-
Data Entry S.00/hr


DATA ENTRY Earn $15 per
hour and up! Training
provided. PC required.
Call 7 days a week.
1-800-797-7511 ext 332
Office Asst-general
clerical & basic comput-
er skills needed Mon-Fri
Call 813-986-4560
C5 customer
3551Cu Service I

CUSTOMER Service Rep-
resentative. Paso Fino
Horse Association has a
position available in
Plant City. Need a ma-
ture, accurate, orga-
nizeand dependable
individual with custom-
er service experience,
telephone communica-
tion skills and comput-
er skills-Word, Word-
Perfect, Outlook Profi-
cienc in Spanish essen-
tial. Benefits available.
Send resume to or ob-
tain application from
101 N. Collins St, Plant
City, Fl 33563-3311.
Phone 813-719-7777,
Fax: 813-719-7872.
EOE




HIRING
13571 Salons




Nail Tech & Beauticians
with Clientele. Booth
rent or own percentage.
Call 813-737-6368 or
737-3545 before 8pm.
9341 Edison Roaa. Lithma
1360 1 Trades I
CONSTRUCTION
Excavator Operator
Finish Loader Oper.
Concrete Finishers.
Good Pay/Benefit
Larkin Contracting
813-621-0851 DFWP
CONSTRUCTION SUPER
5 yrs min commercial
exp req. Pax resume &
ref's 813-855-3475
DFWP/EOE/Sal/Bnfts


1360 I1 Trades I
CONSTRUCTION SUPV for
Hyde Parkl multi story
remodel. Must have
supv. exp. Tri-Tech
Const. 941-751-1727
COSMETOLOGISTS Full
Time/Part Time Needed
in Busy Salons- Hair Cut-
tery ,1-800-ASK-JOB1
wwwhaircuttery.com
EOE
ELECTRICIANS- Lead men
& helpers. EXPERIENCE
& VALID DRIVERS LIC
REQ Benefits. Robertson
Electrical Services.
Seffner 622-7772. DFWP
FOOD MANUFACTURING
PLANT
Plant City-Winn-Dixie
Mfg Now Hiring 2nd &
3rd Shift Industrial
Maint Tech $14-17 Blow
Mold Machine Op $13-15
Forklift & Hoist Op $9-12
Fax 813-754-4554 or
send to JennyHough@
Winn-Dixie.com
HEAVY EQUIPMENT
MECHANC w/own tools.
Call Tom Yarbrough @
813-478-3800
E.O.E. W.F.W.P.
MACHINIST/TOOL MAK-
ER needed for Plastics
company, CNC Experi-
ence Re uired with Min
6 years machine Shop
Experience. Fax resume
to 813-707-6104 or call
Pam 813-754-4356.
MAINTENANCE
ENGINEER for regional
developer; 3-5 yrs
comm'l exp in business
parks. Exp in plumbing,
HVAC & electrical
systems. Fax resume
813-884-0683.
EOE/DFWP
METAL BLDG ERECTORS,
exp pref'd. transp a
must wages based on
exp.813-545-1711
PEST CONTROL TECH.
Base salary $425/wkly +
monthlD performance
bonus. o. vehicle. Ben-
efits. Advancement op-
portunities. Clear back
ground &driving record.
emergency Pest Patrol.
813-908-1911
RIPA is Hiringli
Exp. Pipe Forean
& Laborers needed
Transportation required
Top Benies/DFWP/EOE
813/662-6777
1370l1 Sales I
INSIDE Sales & Order En-
try positions. Test &
measurement field. Fax:
813-971-7256 or e-mail
bob@omnicontrols.com
REAL ESTATE-Stop wast-
ing time! No License OK.
Unbelievable training
NOW with income to
transition to full time
high commission realty.
www.ProfitinReal-
ty.com or (407)314-8904.
SALES INSIDE. Plant City
area tree farm seeks ex-
perienced sales assis-
tant for fast paced of-
fice. Ag, tree farm, or
landscape knowledge
required. Customer ser-
vice and computer skills
required (Excel, or
Peachtree). Telephone
multi-tasking,, and
stress coping skills re-
quired. Drug Tree work-
place. Salary- Mid 20's.
Mr Gott 813-707-1426,
gvgott@floridatree-
source.com
FTS, P.O. Box 2066 Plant
City, Fl 33564-2066
Sales Representative.
Sell Energy Saving Prod-
ucts. Excellent Commis-
sion. Flexible Hours.
Protected Territory.
Promotion To Sales
Manager Possible. Con-
tact: Jerry Hardison @
1-540,446-3623
17C Driver/ I
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Be Home Every
NightandWeekendll
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weekly 100% Flatbed.
CDL-Arequired.
1-877-428-5627
www.ctdrivers.com
SOMERLOTT TRUCKING
is now hiring locallong
distant, 2 yrs exp req.
Class A CDL
813-478-7811
Winn Dixie Mfg
Yard Ddver CDLA
Badcdn Tralers
$13-$A1hr DOE
410 hr Spit Shifts
Fax 813/754-4554
JennyHough@
Winn-Dixie.com
nn I Employment
380 | General

A/C & Elec. Cntr seeks
DW & Insul Techs-Will
Train. Electrician Exp'd
203 E. Laura St, Plant
City 813-752-2468
Construction-sidlled/un-
sialled General Laborers
$ DAILY WORKS
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3801 Employment
380 General

GENERAL WARE
HOUSEWORKERS
A Variety of Shifts Avail-
able! Starting Rate
$12.50 to $14.0/hr. Eli-
gible for a 50t Increase
after 90 Days, Top Rate-
$16.25 hr-IN AS ITLE
7 MONTHS!

BENEFITS*
Medical, Dental, Vision
and Prescription Insur-
ance, Short and Long
Term Disability, Stock
PurchasePlan .ifelnsu-
ance, 401(K) Planinclu-
deing Company Match
and Profit Sharing, Paid
Holiday and Vacations

TOAPPLY*
Applications accepted
Monday-Friday from
8:00 a.m.to 5:00 p.m.- Or
apply online for this po-
sition, or any position
throughout Albertsons
at:
www.albertsons.com
Albertsons Distribution
Center 1402 Albertson's
Drive, Plant City
813-757-2500
Albertson's is an Equal
Opportunity Employer,
we do pre-employment
drug testing and back-
ground checks
LEARN TO EARN $250K +
Annually P/I No selling
Call: -800-431-1323
OFFICE CLEANERS LIM-
PIADORES DE OFICINA
Office/Hotels/Apart-
ments Part Time/Full
Time Start Today Flori-
da State.
Day/Night/weekends
English: (877)897-0067
Spanish: (877)551-9110.
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Does your church need
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WANTED' BWE BUY COINS!
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Will pay cash & pickup. pay top $$. 813-792-2493
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Tutor to give private
lessons in iverview
Call 813-677-3292 BED $100
Brand name, full or queen
ALWAYS BUYING 1 item orthopedic Mattress
or house full, Antiques set, King $195, all new in
Collectibles, Furn plastic w/warranty, can
Misc. Prompt Service, deliver. 813-363-0097
813-719-6336,659-2412 BED $100
$ NEED CASH? $ -
We Sell For You On Double sided Qn pillow
eBay top, new, still in plastic,
SellYour Unwanted Items can del. 813-926-8507
Call AJ. 813-353-1829
$$ PAID for all types ofA BED $150
jewelry & silver/oid A absolute angel soft Qu
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Sam 7277804-7463 deliver. 813-380-6021

402 Antiques | BED $175 QUEEN
Collectibles A dbl sided pillow top
matt. set New in plastic
Antique Bench, with stor- w/ warr. Can deliver
age compartment, 813-478-8995
bought in Germany Ap-
praised at $1200. Sell for BED $250
$800.813-654-6665 All Cherry Sleigh Bed,Sol-
ANTIQUE id Wood HB, FB New in
ANTIQUES Boxes 813-643-1388
BOUGHT & SOLD
863-815-6096 BED $299 KING
AUTOGRAPHS-Great col- A dbl sided pillow top
elections. Football, base- matt set. New in plastic
ball, hockey, NASCAR. w/warr Can deliver.
Shipping available. 813-727-5223
Collector's Dream! BED $300
Lakeland Square Mall A Brand Name. Queen,
I-4exit32Hwy 98N. Orthopedic never flip,
863-358305 Dpillow top mattress set.
B g depression glass Ki ng$400,Newinplastic
China, dinnerware, w/warranty. Can deliv-
dolls toys, costume er.813-363-0097
jewelry, post cards &
antiques. 813-643-3811 BED $425
ENGLISH CITY BUS Dbl Memory Foam Mattress,
decker. 1950's. dreat 10", developed by NASA,
attention getter for asseenon TV.25yr.
business. $4900 obo. warranty, newinplastic.
727-687-8012 -Can deliver. 813-363-0097
**SCOTr ANTIQUE MAR- BED
KET** America's Favor- LogBed
ite measure Hunt Flori- Log Bed from Montana
da State Fairgrounds VerySturdyQueen $350
Tampa, FLJanuary22nd firm 813-625-3396
& 23rd, Satuday 9am-
6pm & Sunday lOam- BED ROOM $485
4pm. Come By & begin Wood HB N-stand,
Building your Family's Drsr/Mr, Chest. New in
Heirlooms with Invest- boxes, 813-643-1388
ment Quality Antiques.
Rental space/consign- BED ROOM 11 pc
meant space available All cherry Wood Set New
for antique & collectible in boxes, will separate
shop opening soon. $1,585.813-643-1388
813-996-1525. Bed Twin Iron bunk bed,
www.wesell still in box, Country
famllyherlooms.com Pine. Selling for $260.00
Turn memories into cash. 813-654-6665
1-813-964-1825
14031 Kids Stuff BEDROOM $1550
1 Cherry On 4 poster set.
Playground equip. Club- New nox. adliver
house, canopy, slide, 3 www. solidwood
swings, rope ladder & bedrooms.com
more. retails $2500, sell 813-926-8507
for $800.321-443-0321 832 50
14061 Jewelry I BEDROOM 1-10pc
All cherry wd.u 4 poster
JEWELRY bd drsr, mir, 2 ngt stnds
UPTO70%OFFRETAIL & TV armoire. New.
SaturdayJan2210-5 Retail $8K. Sell $2799.
TRADE SHOW SAMPLES Can del. 813-478-8995
OF DIAMONDS AND
COLORED GEMSTONE BEDROOM SET, king, wd
JEWELRY. UNIQUE & wicker, Spcs w/matt.
PIECES-MUSTSELL $800; Irg artwork, bak-
8503 Adamo Dr., ers rack bookshef;- dis-
1 mi West of 301 play cab. 813-781-6238
(813)621-0045 Bedroom set,
WEBS -E: master, 4pc cherry,
HarrowsAuctions.com sacrifice $1000 obo.
ROLEX BUY SELL Call 813-244-8793
Service-Selection.Yates Bedroom Suite
Jewelers, 1708 S.Dale Kg or Qu sz. Mirrord wall
Mabry.813-253-2164. unit, bit-in ngt stnds,
1407Diamnds I cabs & lighting. 6
Diamonds drawer dresser &
mirror. Light oak. $500.
DIAMOND, 1.83CT, Office Fum.
Beautiful G Color, (2) L shaped exec. desks
Appr$20,258, w/keybrd drwr $250 ea.
sacrice$400 2 bookshvs to match
727-545-4299 $75 ea. Dark cherry/
DIAMOND, round 3.56 ct mahogany finish. Exc.
single stone, H color I-1 cond. Set for $550.
clanty Mens, appraised 813-758-7717
at $7000 sacrifice BEDS AAA+ TEMPUR
$1650.917-674-9204. Ortho-PEDIC Nasa
Memory Foam Mattress.
0 Diamonds AsonTVo10YrsWTY
1 & 2 ct, An Size Cut Qcost $1699 sell $399,
color n clari K cost.1899 sell $499
GreatDeals813626006 Can DelverStatewide!
All Sizes Avail + P.Tops
ENGAGEMENT RING .80 AIR&ADJUSTABLE@
Caret, Round Briliant WHOLESALEPrices
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866-476-0289 ANYTIME!
WHOLESALE BUNK BED, Lofts Captains
To The Public, Beds, $169. New All
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408 Cons-Books BUNK BEDS
All Styles, All Colors. New
1999-2004 Silver Proof, in boxes. Wholesale
State Quarter set, Cer- prices 813-643-1388
tificate of Authenticity CUR ITU
With boxes, $650 bo CHURCH FURNITURE
813-293-7343 Does your church need
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COINS, Currency Bullion. tery, steeple, windows,
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9a-4p 813-601-6940 (800) 231-8360
Coins-Currency BUYING! COUCH All Top Grain Ital-
Tampa's Oldest Coin ian Leather,$495,
Store. Top Dollar Paid, Love $465, Chair $395,
Cash. 5802 N Armenia New in boxes.
813-879-6670 813-643-1388
COINS-Private collection Couches-2 modern Scan-
for Investor/Collector. dinavian, one red uphol-
Viewing by Appt. only steered $400, one Rose-
wil be in town 1/23 wood &leather $600.
1/28. Lot one $4700. Call Walnut glass coffee tbl
to schedule a time. $75 Dining rm tble w/3
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24 THE COURIER JANUARY 20, 2005


14101 Fumrniture
CRIB-Pali, cognac color
with mattress, converts
to toddler bed excellent
condition, $375. Call V
813-831-3974
DAY BED $275.
Complete with frame, 2
mattresses, trundle, all
new in boxes. Can deliv-
er. 813-363-0097
DAYBED
Complete w/pop-up
trundle & 2 twin matts.
never used, sacrifice
$275 can del813-926.8507
DINETTE Solid Oak Table
with leaf & 6 Chairs.
Hand carved w/claw
feet. $450, Hutch Avail-
able 813-643-1388
DINING 11PC
All cherry wd. 92" tbl, 2
leafs w/ 6 chrs & china
cab. Unused. Sacrifice
$1499 813-478-8995
DINING RM SET Burling-
ton, solid wdincl rg tb,
w/ 6 chrs china hutch,
tea crt asking $1000, al-
so daybd frame (mk of-
fer), dbl messaging
rechner ($200), in Bran-
don. (301) 919-3283
ENTERTAINMENT Center,
elegant, solid wash oak,
ltd glass towers, hidden
storage from Haverty's.
$1499. Call 813-671-7148
Entertainment Ctr Teak,
accepts 30"TV, 3 lighted
display areas, 4 storage
compartments, exc
cond. $1200.
813-685-4302
FALL SALE. Wicker Dining
rm Living & Bedrm Sets.
Patio furniture access &
gifts. Call 813-948-4802

FURNITURE
1-4 Tent Sale
All Funitures,
All Styles.
Major Manufactures.
End Sat 5pm.
4315 East Columbus Dr.
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SUPER


SAVERS




14111 Super Savers
CHAIR hair stylist, good
condition $250. Call
Vickey 813-478-5338
Craftman. mower for mo-
tor & parts. $250.
813-748-7348
DISPLAY Case, glass 4X2
feet. .$250. Call Vickey
813-478-5338
MOWER Riding, Scotts
42" cut 15.5 P Runs
Well $250.813-748-7348
TIRES, 4 Uniroyal, P235-
70R16. raised white let-
ters, $100.813-754-8231


1410IFurnituire 11410D1Furniture I


FUTON $215.
Oak with extra thick
mattress. New in boxes.
Can deliver. 813-363-0097
Living room & dinning
room set (glass top
tble), good cond. Other
misc furniture items
avail. 813-966-0904.
LIVING ROOM Victorian 2
camel back sofas and 2
gentlemens chairs mint.
$1500 OBO, (813)
926-2224
MATTRESS $100.
A brand name, full/queen
pillowtop Mattress Set,
King $195, new in plas-
tic with warranty. Can
deliver. 813-363-0097
OFFICE FURNITURE,
Good, used, traditional,
high end. Great prices.
Call Mark 866-913-8700
or email Mhauser27@
cs.com for photos.
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Ourpricesare
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SECTIONAL SOFA camel
leather, 3 mos old, 2
recliners & Queen bed.
Pd $3500 Asking $1600
813-486-0765
SECTIONAL SOFA La-Z-
Boy 2 yrs old, Brown/
Coffeecolor. Paid $3400
sell $1,500 obo. Call
813-269-7838
SECTIONAL w/bed 5 pc.,
Benchcraft, $1000.
352-683-5022.
SOFA & chair, 1900's to
1920 velvet rolled back
French European Style
New/Perfect Condition.
$1,200,813-365-0191
SOFA Flexsteel quality
dual-recliner taupe Itr
exc cond $1,800 new sell
$500 New Tampa/Wes-
ley Chapel(813)
991-5475
ADVERTISE IN CLASS 631
AND SEE YOUR VAN GO!
Sofa & Matching Chair.
Hunter Green Ithr $1400.
Beige Recliner $250.
From Robb & Stucky.
Great Cond. 813-671-7148
SOFA Natuzzi Leather
Large 3pc sectional
Cost $10,000. $850 obo
813-843-4568
SOFA & OVERSIZED
CHAIR Cloth Light Yel-
low Sofa and Oversized
Matching Chair, w/ ac-
cent pillows. Barely
used, good condition.
Paid over 2300 a few
years ago. $700 OBO,
(813)929-4041
SOFA qu sz sleeper &
Matching love seat. Ex-
celLent Shape. $150.
813-752-8030
SOFA Reclining, LazyBoy,
1 yr old brown, $425.
Broyh;ll loveseal.
cream, $75. Both perfect
cona.6l3 689-4065
Sofabed & matching arm
chair, lovely Kroehler Lt
Blue Pink Wht. Exc
cond. $450/both.
813-951-7420
WALL UNIT, 5 pc, almond
lighted mirrored
w/glass doors. $850.
352-683-5022.


WHOLESALE
TO THE PUBLIC
full boxspdng/mtt $159
4 pc set Dresser/Mirror,
4 Drawer Chest, Head-
board- S289.
Bunk Beds--$195.
Sofa & Loveseat, Metro
Fiber Fabric, Earthtones
--- $495.
B&B OUTLET
*115S.EVERSST
PLANT CITY
813-759-8864
MOVING Must Sell Dining
Room and Bedroom Set.
VERY ELEGANT DINING
ROOM SET. Consist of
dbl pedestal Table, 8
Chairs, eleant China
Cabinet and marble top
Buffet Server. Paid
$14,300 last yr. Askin
$6,000. King Size Solid
wood, light in color, all
pieces have weave and
marble top. 2 Night
stands, Dresser, Mirror
& Armoire. Asking
$5,500. MUST see to ap-
preciate. CALL for appt.
813-684-6345
Vintage 1940's Sofa &
2-Chairs, Rattan. Great
Cond. $850.
813-842-6040
You can unload your
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pliances, class 416.
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with attachments, very
clean, excellent cond,
used very little. $375
813-334-7876
WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
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3ton $861,4ton$994,
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Wireless Mics, Lighting,
Best Rental Selecion in
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We Buy Drums Anything
Call 813-353-1829
GUITAR WANTED! When
I was a kid in the early
60's, I played a buddy
Gibson Acoustic in the
coffee shops in Colum-
bus Ohio. He sold it to
pay tuition at Ohio
State, and I couldn't af
ford it. I had to pass it
up. I still play andl ant
an old flat top like the
one I played 40yrs ago.
I'll pay top dooar cash
for the one your not us-
ing even if it has prob-
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to look at it. I've done
without that guitar long
enough. Please call Bil
at 727-367-3474
PAINO, Lester upright
good condition, needs
burning. 500 OBO.
813-752-5846
PIANO, Baby Grand
Black. House of
Baldwin/Ellin ton.
Good CQond. $3500
813-842-6040
PIANO'S Steinway L, Exc
Baby Grand, sounds &
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Best Prices In Tpa Bay
Specials/Close Outs
New, Used, Rent
Yamaha, Kawai & More
Owner/Operator 27 Yrs
Call 813-855-1227
CLASSIFIED WORKS


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Professional DJ Gear, like
new, 2 Technics SL-1210
MK2 direct drive quartz
turn tables with scratch
heads. Pioneer DJM-500
professional club mixer
J Pro300 Stanton head
phones. $1200
13-716-1209
VIOLINS New $100 Ger-
man $150. Viola $150.
Cellos $319. Cases &
Bows. Mandolins $120.
Guitars $150. Trumpets
Clarinets & Flutes $199
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4 2 2 Sewing
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Machine Viking top of
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FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
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4056.
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U to 4 rooms installed
fee.813-748-8854
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for sale at 8616 W. 16'-14'-12' case, holster extraclip. HP $4999. 6x12 trailer m a s t I f f s c o I Call 813-478-1918 Sat /22i7amt 3Redec- mi slideout, sat. jacks,
Hillsborough Ave,t 866W 813-634-1962 $700.813-93W-1734 $500.813-842-9778 863-619-2869 orated kitchen, appls American Quarter Horse reir.camera:non smkr
Tampa. Call for details 913nl34atffPpAKUKEkitchenwareElnousenoaMN6Yr Old Gelding. $1500 $75,000obo.813-685-1453
813-767-3384 Roofing Derrick Swing In P00L TABLE $1,150 14651ILawn & Grdn I healthncert.2 fawnfem' PUPPIES 6Mwks old 4 items, ewefry, dolls & Thoroughbred12YrOld.
Roofing Tar Kettle 115 A 4x8 solid wood ex ui- 3Faricotmales, lovable. Male, taking deposits more. 08 Crystal Ten- $2000.tallforDetails. 36-R PACE ARROW 2003,
nAte professional Ta FREEHORSEMANURE! PO.Readv2/22.Taking $650. 1 Female $750. raceoffCalhounSt. 813-642-0463 21,800 miles, ext. war-
cutterw/stand.Like n oews800 1" Italian slate, new ik Great For Gardens! dep. $950 727-514-3166 813-623-5594 PLANTCITY,2613Sprucer Fal a ytoyGeldinge rantiond, many extras.
cin box. All software Roof Cutter, Honda boxes can deliver &set YOU HAUL!! -YOKIE PUPS, reg.Soo quiet exctcrea
etc. $1450. Will train, engine, Likenew.1200 up.Cal 813-363-0097 Local delivery available. YmicrochiE edU, 1-M o2-F annuea ur yami2, mo5Buckskimre,entle &.$89000727-460-7788.
(863) 858-57251Wvlmsg. Rooting Trash hoot 813-661-1096wks. blue & gold January 22, 2005, 8:0 quiet. Exc trailorses. 36'S 1998 PACE ARROW
w/hopper, 5 stories POOL TABLE $1,885 Nurseries/ I$1000/$1500 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Christ- 2000/ea941-776-0455 w/slide, standing tbl &
434Restaurant/ worth of section. $800 A 4x8 4813-453-2059 mas decorations,(reign chrs, chinacloset, clean,
otethquipCall401- n.80 A 4professionalan ol 4i Trees FERRETS!FERRETS! deer),household items WANTED! Horses, I owner ext warranty,
434 Hotel Equip Call1401-641-5528 wood, 1" Italian.*3ie LIVETIGERS last YORKIES-Blue & tan little (TV, VCR, Keyboard), nies tack,.trailers & $45 000. w27-863-3646
I I Patio & Deck K66 rails, mother of FILL DIRT $145. Large Saturdayofeachmonth teddy bears hlth certs Lotsofmiscellaneous. equip.,op prices aid.
EspressoMachiearl diamond sites palm trees, oaks, sod, Club Pet Membersget 1/2 all shots POl, $700 Call M 0,,.- Good home. Call Cyndi 36.S' Damon Intruder
homessobu hiness. -mp ""I Supplies sDecorative legs, rather stump or tree removal. offlivefishTue&Fri (8I1h3 653-297 www. now:813-649-1126 2001,FordV-1, 20kmi
ted Italian coffee MsI pockets Kit delivery & Bobcat backhoe dump Rat & Mice Feeders Avail dailingfordollars.com 2 sliders, 2 tvs, VCR,
Espress Srian cfe C RI Ct t HERDIdispBersal-30 headawning, leather, dual a/c,
Brs Mxers s C o. BRICK PAVERS Warranty, new in crate. Cell 863-602-1149 Poodle,Bichon, O B
501centsea,ManycFRoTTuer, BotonT cows. Heavy bred and Will consider trade for
DOBART Cooers, Grllss Pave oursealantvalablen PoolfTableo8 90 FRUITTREESALE Terrier, Pug, Silk Has upies forou PLANT CITY, 2707 N. Ca
w i lr iangTgerine-Fig 1 Yr Warr; Lic P04-070213 Honest pricinn Hones Terrace Fri & Sat Jan 21 Paso Finos trained, riding tri ue 1998, loaded, sat-
walk-in coolers.nCall www.sunpavers.com slate,SK66, 100% gum Fl. Peach-Plum-Nect. Complimentary Vet Exam epfulinfo. pups ve & 22 8AM-3PM, refrig, lessons, board if out ellie,W/D,walnutcabi-
727-581-9293 Concrete Pavers 2nds rubber rails, diamond All Sizes $15 to $40 Free Training Program cert. Cavalier fem. Tea- old 50's record player, here Lse/purchnagrmnts nets, extended wrty, en-
USED Kettles, TiltSkillets, from manufacturer sights,,carved cabinet, 813-752-4938 #47216934 FinancingAvailable cup York. Pom. Maltese. freezer, lawn equip- Mares, geldings, stal- closedcommode.$139k.
Ovens, Steamers, lowprice, Brooksville new in box, never used. 7699W.WatersAve. Champ sire Shih Tzu. ment, Love seat, pic- lions.863-666-183 812-459-2171
Combis, Sinks, Mixers, call Sonvaat Cost $3200, sell $1150. LIOUIDATION- Live oaks- Near Waters& Hanley Pug.Schnauzer. Ori-pei. tures, tools & misc RENT TO OWN, Several 888-Bates RV Nearly 600
Refrigerators, Coffee 352-799-7933 Can deliver. 10,000 Igal, 400 3 gal. M-Sat 10-9, Sun 12-6 Boxer & more. Credit clothing&otherItems. Horses To Choose From. Airstream Jayco
Grinders and Ice Cream 900 7aL. Priced tO sell cards. Open 7 days.3270
Equipment 727-392-1900 4441 Sheds & 813-293-7621 #472 8 Lakelnd 813-249-8700 PLANT Ci 3829 Dove 813-986-7Alpha-4exit14Tampa.
#4IC2Tble18'818slatek e RMANHE D 438516nks3PaulTr.Valrio R Fri Jan 21, 727-641-8587
SStore I Carport POOL Table 8' 1" s Cell 863-602-1149 813-653-4384 AM til ?. Power s, NASCAR Bus/RV 1971 In-
custom, blonde oak w)1480 DogIsp month old, $ &0 LicP0 painte rasp t- Dr.LE international, runs great,
435 Fixtures ram horn feet, $1650 g I Crister.Blackd, $50 05.077909 mas 'tv, vcr- BEEF CALVES FOR SALE dual alc, runs on gener-
Equipment J 813-391-9255 AMERICAN BULLDOGG Tan.'7Wand Catsudecord,1s, Weane, lOn Feod. $a2oe-h400. e ta nd edg r
NRA reg. 3yr old F, solid 323-1779 Deliver Available. rtsle t 10.$7900
DISPLAY CASES, ~ I- PoolTable,,DartMachine, white with brindleeye GERMAN SHEPHERD HIMALAYAN kittens, 1 3 g 8J-81-5322 o
USED CLOTHES RACKS Skill Crane, Miss Pac patchgreatpersonali- PUPPIES, pure white, Sealploint, 3 TabbiesHL TE 2 49 $0 MWANTED:1GOATScSHEEPm813-230-442 4
WHSEFULL813-886-8400 24x30x9 11A800 chine.Acoinoerad es.Hl stA CS PAIDS. GOOP 8S
WALL PARTITIONS 7 Both are enclosed' $3,500Neg.72703-643i American Bulluogs or352-799-3779 $250 CASH 863/646-5296 HOME. CALL CINDY 562 1 Travel Trirs
Tall makes 36x8rooms Concrete slabs, 36" door POOLTABLE, LeisureBay, NKC, $300-$1000. Too GERMAN SHEPHERD, HIMALAYAN/PERSIANNOW813-649-1126
each room has 6 panel &2-7x8garagedoorsinst clawft lthrpockets, many details to list. AKC Big Boned.Pups/ Kittens CFA Bred, Fluf PLANT City 5407 Bailey 12' 2002 COLEMAN TAOS

813-416-7120 Want Ads Want Ads Classified Ads Want Ads Spot Advertising Works Furniture &Miscltemns stable. 727-687-8032






26 THE CPLWRIER#JAN jARY;2O3q 0


562 Campers &
562t Travel Trlrs

16' SCAMP '97 DELUXE
Self contained, side di-
nette, awning sway bar,
brake controls, battery
lus more upgrades.
Lite weight. $8000.
Zephyrhil Is (813)
783-9249
18' 2004 Dutchman Lite
Travel Trailer, Full Bath,
Sleeps 6, Used 4 times.
Like New condition
$9,800 obo 941-748-2041
20' Airstream Land Yacht
1970, air, roll-up awning,
1 owner, non smoker, sips
4. Exc. cond must see.
$4500 obo. 813-205-9255
24' Keystone Larado 2004
New Condition, 5th
wheel, $19,500 obo
813-928-4895

29' 1972 Airstream, fully
self contained, 1 owner,
roof air, awning, non-
smoker. Exc. condition.
$6900 obo. 813-285-1480
29' Cobra LT 6800 Ib, 5th
wheel 1992 model. Snow
Bird Special, will deliver
locally, $6,750, hitch
avail $300 727-233-0616
32' 1998 Cardinal 5th whl;
rear kitch, 2 slides,
loaded, extra clean,
Odessa area. $16,900
207-462-5660
32' 2005 PREMIER Super
Slide, self cont sleeps 6,
W/D, awning, CHA fully
loaded. Very clean.
$21,500 OBO. 786-2683
32' PROWLER 2004,
perfect cond. Used lx.
vt mstr bdrm, 4 bunks,
sleeps 10. $21,000.
813-623-2448
35' 5th WHEEL By Design
2005, dbl slide outs, self
contained, W/D, sleeps
6, more! $24,900.
812-987-2473/Deliver
36' Travel Supreme, 1995
5th wheel. Wide body,
rear kitchen, super
slide, super quality,
CHA, roof satellite, lots
of extras. Consider
trade asking $17,500
A10-252- 992
40' Impala 2005 3 slides, 2
br, washer & dryer, air,
more. Mint cond.
$26,999 obo
813-391-6248
9.5' 1989 Starcraft slide-in
truck camper self-cont.
all appl., brackets, good
cond. $2750 obo.
432-386-6101 after 6pm
97 VIKING POP UP CAMP-
ER 2800. OBO
(813) 949-5125'

CLASSIFIED WORKS


eA I Recreational
564UI Rental

NEW COLEMAN POPUP
Campers available for
rent. A/C, sink, stove,
frig. For reservations
call Lynn 813-546-1827
1565.1 RV Storage I
C'wood RV/Boat storage.
Sec pkg w/24 hr access,
bright night lighting &
wash area. From $35
813-968-4991; 505-2803

Fowler & 1-75
RV's/Boats etc. Security,
$50/mo
813-986-3094
South Bay RV & Boat
Storage -Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000
Ico Swimming
580 Pools & Spas

A-I SPAS
JAN. BLOW-OUT SALE!
All Spas Reduced 20-40%
3 person, now only $1295
5 person, now only 2395
4 person, w/waterfall &
rainbowlight$2295
25 SPAS ON DISPLAY
All Prices Include DLX
Cover Del. & Set-Up,
Chem. Pkg. & Fac Warr.
Hurry &Save $$$
On All In Stock Models
9017 Adamo Dr.
SW corner Hwy 301 & 60
I 813-623-9997 t
A + POOL HEATERS FAC-
TORY DIRECT: Solar,
Heat Pump or Gas. Com-
plete do-it-yourself pool
heater kits. Phone
quotes installation
available in-most areas.
1-800-333-9276, ext 501.
www.solardirect.com
Lic #CWC029795, In-
sured. Dealer inquiries
welcome.
HOT TUB $1650
Energy efficient, 110V,
all digital, therapy jets,
still in crate w/warranty.
$1,685.813-363-0097
HOT TUB/SPA 7 person,
20 jets, 5hp, cabinet,
mood lights, warranty.
Paid $4595 Sacrifice
$1650.813-477-5706
HOT TUB/SPA, 7 person
5HP, loaded with jets,
cabinet, lights, never
used. Warr. detail $5,100.
Now $1650.813-313-8071
HOTTUB/SPA, 5 person,
like new, 24 jets, red-
wood cabinet, warranty,
must move $1495
4. 813-453-7921 *
SPA/HOT TUB Uke new,
w/ warranty. Can deliv-
er. Call 727-460-1380
CLASSIFIED WORKS


r Swimming
580 Pools & Spas

SPA. Must Sell.
7-Person Deluxe. Never
Used. Includes cover.
Will Deliver. Full War-
ranty. Can finance
W.A.C. Payments Under
$100 per Month. In a
Hurry. Call
800-980-7727.
SPA! Overstocked! New 7
person spa-Loaded! In-
cludes cover, delivery &
warranty. $2999, was
$5999 888-397-3529.
SPA! Overstocked! New 7
person spa-Loaded! In-
cludes cover, delivery &
warranty. $2999 was
$5999 888-397-3529.
SPA seats 5, lounger,
loaded, never used red-
wood cabinet. $1575.
813-846-8692

Class 584 isyour ticket to
Boating Adventure!
Saunas &
S581 Tanning
Equip
TANNING BED-Exc cond
paid $4500.1 yrold, used
12 times or less, asking
$2,300 obo
Call 813-269-7838
r Water
583 Vehicles

KAWASAKI 1989 SX650
Stand up, all stock, $850
813-298-5969; or
813-839-3042
POLARIS 2002 TXI JET
SKIIS (2) with trailer, 3
yr ext warr. Paid
18,700. Sell $12,500
irm. 813-651-3063
YAMAHA 2001 GPR1200
only 19 hrs. garage kept,
all accessories
upgrades like new $5400
813-363-3169
POLARIS PWC-2002
(w/warr) & 2000 Virages
w/dbl trailer, covers,
life jackets $7500/OBO.
Jeff, 813-918-2655.
1584 | Boats I
15.6' GHEENOE 2000,
15HP 4 Stroke Honda
0/B, incl trailer, mint
cond $2800.
813-731-3961
16' McKee Craft, CC 2001
90HP Johnson, 0. In,
PT&T, Bimini, Live well,
coolerseat galvtrlr, low
hrs,$8900 813-220-7639
16' TERRY BASS BOAT
w/1979 80HP Evinrude,
trolling mtr trailer.
Runs good! $1500.
S813-875-1067


1584 Boats |
17' 1999 Pathfinder, tun-
nel hull, Yamaha 60,
trooling motor, trim
tabs, alum trailer, cust
cvr $9,400 813-757-9189
17' 2001 Sundance skiff
50hp Johnson FM/CD
Depth finder 28 gal live
well trolling mtr poling
latorm clean $8600
BO813-M85-4858
17' '96 SEAFOX/LEGACY
CC Johnson 88HP Spe-
cial & Performance trir,
bimini, etc. 2nd owner,
$5,200obo 813-645-2107
17' ProLine CC 1999 125
Merc, ProLine Alum trir,
1 owner, all access incId.
Health forces sale
$10500 obo 813.277.6119
17.5' ACTIONCRAFT 1992
w/1997 175 Evin, polling
& casting platforms,
live-well, xtras. $11,500
obo. 863-660-2887
18/2' 1988 aluminum V
bottom I/0 drive, with
good trailer, good cond
but needs some work,
$2,500. (727) 267-0044
18' 1995 Sea Ray 175 I/O,
4cyl, Great Shape,
$5,500 OBO
813-968-8381
Cell 727-455-7552
18' 1999 Searay 180 Bow-
rider Mercruiser, 3L,
135HP, Trialer, Radio,
Ski Storage w/Skis
$10,500 813-855-4783
18' 2002 SEAFOX 115HP
Mercury O/B, all alum.
trir, everything goes,
water ready, $14,500.
352-303-8895
18ft. 2000 SEA RAY 135 HP
*low hrs. $14K'OBO (813)
249-4722

18' ISLANDER 1993 FLATS
BOAT 135 Mariner mo-
tor, compression tested,
new parts~and new roll-
ers on trailer. Excellent
condition
$6,500 (863) 559-9029
18.6' BAYLINER TROPHY,
CC, 150HP Merc, 4 blade
SS prop, alum load
master trir, FF. $2500.
813-635-0065
19' 1988 SEA RAY, boat
motor & Trailer. runs
great, AM/FM radio,
fishfinder, dual batter-
ies. $3,500.813-884-8313
19' Wellcraft. 1987in-
board/outboard,
w/trailer, $2100obo
813-633-8186
1983 30' SCARAB SPORT
2'90 Yamaha 200HP, 150
gal, Nds repair of rotted
core. 1999 Towmaster
trailer. (813) 839-2603
CLASSIFIED WORKS


1584 1 Boats 1I5841Boats. I


20' 1994 Fiesta Pontoon
Boat, W/Trlr, 50hp, To-
hatsu Mtr Bimini Top,
Depth Finder, Compass,
Many Extras, $4,50oobo
$' 813-731-1373
20' Pontoon 1991 Fiesta -
'97 60hp Yamaha, depth
finder, carpet, dual axle
trailer. Good condition
$4000.813-645-1460
21' 1993 Century CC, 115
Yamaha, top, trolling
motor, live wells alum
trlr, btrychgr.$8500obo.
813-350-9893/625-7271
23' AQUASPORT 1992
Walkaround cuddy cab-
in, Outriggers, Downrig-
ger, diving platform. All
electronics, full canvas,
new trailer. 350 Merc
cruiser I/O. $15,950obo
813-677-9640
23' THOMPSON 1977 225
HP, cuddy, bimini, VHF,
depth/fish finder, swim
plat, w/trlr, fair cond,
$2500 obo 813-239-9418
It's A Buyers' Market.......
......and Classified is the
BUYER'S MARKETPLACE!


24' 1996 Fisher Freedom
240 DLX Pontoon 90hp
merc. w/2003 magic tilt
tri. New carpet & uph.
$12,800 (813) 997-4626
24' Stingray 2001, like
new, 110 hours, 220 hp
Merc EFI, dry docked,
full canvas electronics.
$29,800.941-232-2420
25' 2000 Sport Pro-line,
250 hp Merc. EFI, low
hours, perfect diving/
fishing. Full electronics.
$29k obo. Must sell.
727-243-6707.
28' BELTRAM 1972 Sell or
possible trade for item
of equal value. Exc cond,
under cover, $30,000.
813-309-2110
41' Sea Ray, 2001,300 hrs,
2yrs, factoiy wrty on en-
ines/trans. 1 owner,
loaded beautiful condi-
tion! New factory can-
vas. $259k. No brokers.
305-295-2847 .
SELLING YOUR CAMPER?
Place an ad in class 562
and see how many buy-
ers pop up


1584 1 Boats I
732' 1994 286 MONTERAi
CRUISER Due To Medi-
cal, Must Sell. Self Con-
tained. Sleeps 6. New
Bimini, New A/C, 0 Hrs,
w/ Trailer $42,500 obo
(727)868-8241
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.donsboating.com
813-677-1300
15R Boat Slips -
t |5 Storage

Private boatslip & liftw/
remote-control & work
platform. 14K lb.
capacity 32' depth, 13'
width. Concrete loating
docks on Harbour Island
directly in front of Grand
View condos, across
from the Forum. Dock
#11 $60,000. Call Bill
251-929-1739 or fax
251-928-6694
CLASSIFIED WORKS


58 Boat Slips *-
Storage
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Serving New Tampa, US
19Hudson &Port Richey
areas. RVs, boats,
autos, etc. $40+/mo.
813-866-5533
With QUICK ACTION
rates, selling is a snap!
Call today for rates.
Carrollwood Outside
Storage! All boats/RVs
welcome. Secure facility/
24 hr acc. Reasonable
rates. 813-505-2803
Spot Advertising Works
Sea Pines Hudson Pvt.
upto35'Boat. Pvt. park-
ing, deep canal. 50' to
open water. $6.00 per ft.
518-368-4242
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+ /mo. Secured loc'n
813-684-9171
South Bay RV & Boat
Storage -Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000


Marine
586 Supplies &
Repairs
Marine Surplus & Repair,
Your place or mine! Lots
of new, used & rebuilt
parts avail.Boat liquida-
lion. 813-630-1535 or
727-647-4600

SPOT
ADVERTISING
WORKS!
j5871 Sailboats
27' HUNTER 1979, out-
board eng, tiller con-
trolled needs some
work. $5,000 obo. Call
813-641-9454
You'll find value buys
advertised in Classified
each and every day
New SailBoat Launched
Share Our New Hunter
36 Loaded Auto-pilot
AC, elec winch, in-mast
furling. $495per month
Free SA 101 Training
inc. 1-866-SAILTIME


/ Tampa 8424 Sheldon Rd. Valrico 1971 S.R. 60
W lMM D X Tampa 8702 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Valrico 3236 Lithia -Pinecrest Rd.
Tampa 4479 Gandy Blvd. Wesley Chapel 5351 Village Market
America's Supermarket Tampa 5715 Gunn Hwy. Zephyrhills 36348 S.R. 54
Tampa 2540 Bearss Ave. Seffner 725 N. Grove Cir.
Apollo Beach 6188 U.S. 41 Tampa 8438 N. Armenia Ave.
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600-649
Transportation

16001 Aviation
Ultralight aircraft,
Northwing, low hrs, new
radio, headsets,
intercom. $11,000 obo.
Avon Pk. 863-471-6427
c-i lI Automotive
1U, Services

Bay Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warrarny
Auto/ Boat/ RV
727-934-1731
Drive Thru Carwash,
Complete, $10K You
remove. Call Scott
813-918-1661
Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
Alum WhIs & Tires New!
(4) Ford 4-5 lug. $450. Al-
um4Whis (4) 6 ug. '04 Ex-
pedition $200obo. Tool-
ox $100 813-598-4330
Engines & Transmissions
Used & Rebuilt -90 days
up to 3 yrs warr. M-F 9-5.
Mem BBB 813-907-5519
HARLEY Davidson Snap
On Tool Box 100th Year
Anniversary, brand new,
never used $10K obo.
813-988-8077 :841-6150
SUtility
627 Trailers

6'x12'2004 Enclosed trail-
er, ramp & side door
single axle, diamond
plated like new $3,000
Call 813-758-5688
BestPriceTrailer.com
877-258-1445 Daytona
Beach Factory Dealer
Stocking Horton Haul-
ers, Forest Rivers Living
Quarters Toy Haulers
Tag and 5th wheels, Util-
ity s- Dumps. Financing
available; Before You
Buy, Give Us a Try!)
69 Trucks- Light
I Duty

Chevy 1997 S10, X-Cab,
V6, auto stepside runs
well, $180K mi. $4200
813-737-2994
CHEVY 2003 S10 Immacu-
late inside & out, 27k mi
Garage kept Must sell!
$8500 obo. 813-376-1137

CHEVY 2004 S10 Blazer 4
door, red fully loaded
4x4,V6,1600 mi., air bag
doesn't work. $15,500.
813-508-3548 Jason,
DODGE 2002 PICKUP 1500
70,000 mi, extended
warranty to 92000 miles.
Blue, 4dr, 20" wheels,
spray on bed liner, tool-
box, full loaded, Auto, 8
Cyl. $1,000, Must Sell
(863)698-0976
Dodge 2004 Ram 1500,
.sp 6cyl air $21 00d
sticker. 1k m1. $11,500.
Apollo Beach, like new.
865-617-1110
DODGE 2004 RAM P/U
1500 SLT Hemi 20"
whls, CD, bedliner,
fbzIs bed cvrtow pkg.
loaded w/ options, mct.
7 yr 60K mi bumper to
bumper warr. black w/
lots of chrome accents
$19,500.863-453-8110 or
863-443-2612
FORD 1997 F-150 $2900
obo. Currently repairing
head, will sell easily for
$5K once repaired. Call
813-451-4321 or 285-5945
FORD 1998 F150 Single
Cab, V6,5 Speed, Cruise,
AC, CD 96K Mi, Green,
$5,300obo
813-655-0863
Ford 1999 F250 Super
Duty, 4 door, like new
coni, well maintained,
V10 gas eng., all new
tires, elec windows &
DL, w/tow hitch, 77K mi
f.12,500. 813-641-1994
leave message

FORD 1999 Ranger
XLT, 4dr low mi, loaded,
t6 300 oDo
Call. 813-426-2101
FORD 2000 F150 SUPER
Cab Lariat, Triton 5.4 V8,
Auto, Fully Loaded, Lthr,
Exc Cond! $12,800 obo
813-935-6517/361-9308
- FORD 2000 RANGER Trail
Head, w/extras, 55K mi.
runs & looks great, NA-
DA $7750, asking $7000
813-727-3683, 1 owner.

Ford 2000 Ranger XLT,
46K mi, V-6, 2WD, auto,
AC, gold, exc shape.
$9500813-839-9225
FORD 2002 Ranger, 28k
mi manuel trans, A/C
ext cab clean, well
maint $8450 obo
813-831-8213
Ford 2003 Explorer Sport
Trac, 14k mies, black V6
4 dr, 5 spd, AC, CD, mint
condition! $16,900.
813-951-7738
FORD 2004 F150 5.8. 4dr,
5K miles, spray-In bedli-
ner, tow k, hard bed
cvr. $19,00. Sherry
813-884-8844
GMC 1993 Sierra SLE, ext
cab short bed, 4.3L, tool-
box. New air, alt, tires,
headers & exhaust $4900
obo Craig 813-404-4366


I 629 I Trucks- Light
6. | Duty
NISSAN 1992 PICKUP
Kinq cab with topper.
I owner, 56K mi., 5spd,
excellent condition,
$4,900.813-994-5636
NISSAN 2001 Frontier XE
brown orig owner, very
clean, 30K mi, 5 spd, AC,
CD, bedliner. $9,250obo
813-892-5768
TOYOTA 1998 T100 Extra
Cab power package, 3.4
V6 enine5 speed.
manual, g W,1OKmi.
$10,500. 813-689-1393
I Trucks-
630 Heavy Duty

CHEVY 1994 3500 Diesel
Dually Power Windows
& Loclks, Tow Package,
Good Cond, $9500 obo.
813-654-3254 *610-0558
FORD 1991 F350 Dully Ext
Cab, new tires & brakes,
new paint, new radiator,
goodcond, runs great
$000.813-247-5325
Ford 1993 F450 7.3 Diesel
19' flatbed Stinger Jerry
-Dan, cold ac, run/drives
exc. ust sell. $11,500/
obo 813-376-0314
FORD 1995 E350 diesel.
w/2000 Kaufman 3 car
trailer, plus many, many
extras. $11,500. Web-
ster, FL 352-193-2297
FORD 2001 F-250 XLT
Super Duty 4x4 Triton
V8, towing package
extra clean. Driven by a
little old lady, $19,900.
813-641-3504
FORD 2003 F250 4x4 super
duty Lariat, 6 disc CD,
ps, pw, pi, p/seats two
tone paint, bedliner.
$29,900.813-841-9001
FORD 2003 F250 25.5K,
Black, Super Duty XLT,
Auto., FX-4 WD, 8 Cyi.,
Loaded, $28,500 0BO.
Lakeland. (863)
644-2623
GMC 1987 VANDURA 1-
TON, 14' box truck,
white, runs strong good
tires 1st $1,000 takes it.
Call (863) 686-5097
International 4700 1993
24' box truck, liftgate,
auto, 6 cylinder, diesel.
$9500
813-653-1750
30B r4-WheelI
630B Drive

Chevy 1986 KS-Silverado,
V8, PS, PB, AT, AC good
shape $2500.
813-833-8456 or
352-588-4239
CHEVY 2002 AVALANCHE
61,000 mi. White Fully
Loaded Z71 Off Road
Pkg. Extended Warran-
ty. $21,000. Selling be-
cause of relocation to
NYC. (813) 839-2603
FORD 2005 Harley David-
son F350 pickup, #36
4x4, blue w/ghosf
flames loaded 3k mi
$50,060.813-982-0750
JEEP 1997 Renegade 4WD,
4.0L, auto, new 32" B.F.
AT's, full drs 65K mi, 3"
lift, soft & hd top, Ram-
sey 9000 winch much
more. Exc cond $13,800
813-889-8586625-2141
1631 IVans I
CHEVY 1997 ASTRO Van,
Good cond, one owner,
$5500 Firm. 752-1275
DODGE 1985 1-TON MAXI
VAN, 121K original
miles, good tires &
maint. records, ready to
go! $1,800.813-932-6088
Dodge 1989 Ram V6, auto,
AC PW,CD, Runs great
$1,850 obo 813-508-3718

DODGE 1995 Caravan,
Bargain! Everything
works, cold air, recent
trans 158k mi, pewter,
$1795/OBO. 654-0512
Dodge 1995 Conversion
75k mi, captain chairs &
bed. Great shape, Must
sell! $3,500 obo
813-835-0633
Dodge 1995 Ram Van
B2500, wht mauve, fully
loaded, 4 new tires &
brakes, elect, seats 6
$5500 813-361-2648
DODGE 1999 Grand Cara-
van SE. Loaded wall op-
tions incldg AWD. 5K
mi remain on full, ex-
tended warranty. NADA
$8700. Asking $5900.
One Owner. Calf960-1898
DODGE 2002 Grand Cara-
van Sport V6, 97K hwy
mi, 2nd owner, dual AC,
rear bucket sts, 7 pass.
KBB $13,300 $106500obo
813-986-1709624-7296
FORD 1994 Van, full size,
E150, brown, wheelchair
lift, runs exc, LOADED,
863-666-6570
FORD 1995 Handicapped
Equipped Van, A/C, pwr
windows/steering,
hand controls, ramp,
$3500 813-886-9019
FORD 2000 E250 Ext 5.4L,
V8,14.7K, Hi-top, ladder
racks, Insul, carpeting,
shelves, perfect cond,
$12,500.813-417-3434
Ford 2001 E150 cargo van,
V-6, power pkg, extend-
ed top, mint cond, 38K
mi. $13,500 Call Rick
813-244-8586


16311 Vans |
GMC 1994 CONVERSION
EXPLORER. 149K miles.
Dk. Teal. many xtras.
runs good 4200 obo.
813 340 8627
HONDA 2000 ODYSSEY EX
Orig owner, new Michel-
ins,PW, PL, rear AC. Exc.
condition $12,900 obo
813-907-0348
MAZDA 1994 MPV 100K
miles, white, exc. cond.,
power everything,
cruise well maint.
$3100.813-968-3924
MERCURY 1997 Villager
GS, all pwr, white, seats
7 V6, likenew mustsee.
107k mi.$5,995 obo
813-263-6553
OLDSMOBILE 2001 Sil-
houette Premier video
cassette player & video
games w/fold down
overhead LCD monitor,
6 leather captain's
chairs, faux wood grain
interiors, power sliding
passenger side door,
64k miles $13,000.
Bettina 813-230-6550
PLYMOUTH 2000 Voyag-
er, good cond, 121k mi,
AM/FM/Cass, pwr
wind/drs, $400 obo
813-661-7134; 786-7251

6321 Sport Utility
""t J Vehicles

CHEVY 1997 Tahoe LT
4x4, 186K hwy mi. all
power, tow pkg, good
cond. $7995 obo.
813-294-5555 days or
661-3803 eves
CHEVY 1998 SUBURBAN
LT, 67K miles, exc cond,
4WD, Ithr seats,
CD/Cass. $13,500.
813-957-5088
CHEVY 1999 Suburban LT
133K hwy mi, loaded,
Ithr, front & rear AC.
$9200.813-782-5268 or
813-997-5538
CHEVY 2002 Suburban
Z71 4x4, the ultimate
SUV, orig owner, under
wrty, 26k miles.
$29,900.727-734-4350
CHEVY 2004 SUBURBAN
LS silver/grey, leather,
lots of options like new,
19,000 mi. $28,500.
Call 727-939-8449
FORD 1996 Explorer Ltd
Ed. V8, BIk/tan Ithr int,
auto, all pwr, towing
pkg, 79K mi, exc conc.
$6100 obo 813-831-8566
FORD 1997 Expedition
XLT exc. cond Ithr int.,
fully loaded. $8600 obo.
Must see to appreciate.
813-494-1559/655-9546
FORD 2000 Explorer V8
Black Eddie Bauer Load-
ed ncl TV/VCR Exc Cond.
1 Owner, 99k Hwy Mi
$8400 -813-960-2733
FORD 2002 Explorer XLT,
White, all pwr, Ithr, DVD,
Keyless, Loaded.
$14,900. Save money.
813-300-3555
FORD 2003 Expedition,
Eddie Bauer, 5.4L V8
loaded, DVD, power 3rd
sea 37,500 mi, $2500.
Call 813-651-2283
GMC 1999 Suburban, SLT
package, white & gold
color, feather seats, 71k
mi, ext warr, $12,000.
813-956-1963
HONDA 2002 CRV, silver/
blk 57K, tinted showrm
cod, garaged, $13500.
Days 727-799-7500 x226;
cell 813-230-0885
HONDA 2004 PILOT EX,
14K mi., good condition,
Sandstone, Beige intr
private owner24,900

JEEP 1998 Cherokee Lare-
do, 6cyl, 4x2, Grey, load-
ed, alarm, keyless,
leather, 10 disc CD, auto,
s/roof, 97K mi, new car
warr. for 3k mi. $6,995
813-393-6651962-1265
JEEP 1999 Cherokee Lim-
ited. 4 dr, 2wd white
tan Ithr, cass CD, great

Jeep 2000 Grand Chero-
kee LTD BIk 45k, Infinity
Snd Sys & 10 Disc Plush
Ithrw/pwrsn rf.$15,500
OB0. 813.376.0308
JEEP 2000 Wrangler Saha-
ra BIk, 43K, Loaded Au-
to, AC, CD, Lift, 2 T1is,
Chrome Bumpers, Mint
$13,500.813-254-4988
LAND ROVER 2002 RANGE
ROVER 4.6 HSE, 19K mi
Java Bfack/Black, wood
grain, original owner,
garage kept mint
Asking $43 13-671-4366
LAND ROVER 2004 RANGE
ROVER, 5K mi, giverny
green, luxury package,
DVD, sunroof, like new,
$71,000 813-545-9490
LEXUS 2000 RX 300, 75,000
miles good condition,
$19,500.813-239-4031.
LEXUS 2001 RX300, black,
tan Int. new Michelin
tires, wood pkg sunrf
CD, beautiful! $19,500
obo. 813-765-6175
LEXUS 2003 GX471
4WD silver, 27K mil exc
cond, loaded, $900 dir
main credit. $39,000.
800-826-0315 exti 66
LINCOLN 1999 Navigator,
Alpine white, gray reath-
er non-smoker, 81k
miles, $15,895.

CLASSIFIED WORKS


I632 Sport Utility
Vehicles
MITSUBISHI 1998 Monte
ro Sport pwr winoa/lcks.
running brd trlr nuch &
bike rack 99 mi. $8,000
obo.813-505-1860
Mitsubishi 2001 Monlero
XLS new tires & brakes,
103k mi. exc. cond.
MUST SELL! $11,500
obo.813-994-5025.
NISSAN 1993 Pathfinder,
5 spd. V6, air, new tires,
metallic burg. senior
owned ,exc.new$33K,
Sac. $3350 cash 695-7345
Nissan 2001 Pathfinder LE
2WD, V6, Ithr, all wr,
sunroof, 6 disk B8SE,
70K hwy. Must sell.
$14,500 obo. 813-758-8283
NISSAN 2003 Xterra
1 Owner, Well Main-
tained $15,700
813-991-0411
813-376-6965
NISSAN 2003 XTERRA Low
Miles, 5 Spd, CD; Pwr
Door Locks, $11950
813-244-2268 935-4726

SUBURU 2001 FORESTERL
fully loaded, 51K mi.,
1 owner, excellent
condition. $13,500
Call 813-633-6387
TOYOTA 1998 4 Runner,
4cyl, all pwr, new alarm
& CD/radio, 89K mi, exc
cond, must sell
$950dobo 813-949-2983
TOYOTA 1999 Rav4, dark
green. 5 spd. cassette.
roof rack, pi. pl. cruise
control. S9010.
813-.92.1148
TOYOTA 2002 SEQUOIA
Limited ed I Ic'n,
white/lthr exc cond,
DVD + VCR, ext warr,
$23,900 813-961-4341
1635 | Motorcycles I
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1992
SOFTTAIL, 10 miles on
odometer. 2" rear tire.
6" over. $10,000. Please
call 727-781-3050
Harley Davidson 1995
Heritage Softail runs
great, rider back rest,
8k miles, $12,000. Call
David 813-996-4806
Harley 2000 Road King,
5500 mi, red, like new
cond, too many extras
to list. $13,900
813-982-0160
HARLEY 2002 Heratage
Softtail, always Ga-
raged, lots of Chrome &
Extras Under 9,500 Mi,
$16,9060 813-389-0332
HARLEY 2002 Sportster
Custom 1200, always
Garaged, lots of Chrome
& Extras Under 3,000 Mi
$7,900 6813-389-6332
HARLEY 2003 Anniv. Dyna
Wideglide, silver/black,
full chrome, garage
kept 10K mi. perfect
cond. Serious inquiries
only $18,900 obo.
813-679-1529
HARLEY 2003 Road King,
100th Anniversary Edt.
Black, 3500 miles
$17,500 Firm
After 6pm 352-666-0983
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2004
FLHTC Gold & Black,
5100 mi, fully loaded,
many extras $27000.
Sherry 813-884-8844
HD 1997 Springer Softale,
Bad Boy Edition, very
clean $13,500.
813-389-6900
HONDA 1995 CBR 1000F
20K miles, great condi-
tion, $3,100. Call
813-416-7039
HONDA 1999 VALKYRIE
Interstate, 1500cc,
Black, 7,000 miles, xtra
chrome. $9200.
813-994-0917
HONDA2001TRIKE, under
25K mi. too many extras
to list, adult owned,
clean title ) 24,000.

HONDA 2002 400 EX, low
hours, stock w/ warran-
ty, won't last! Really
clean bike! $3800.
352-597-5017.
HONDA 2002 GOLDWING
Loaded. Beautiful sun-
burst orange. Only 8600
miles. $13,500 or OBO.
(813)2657-1694
HONDA 2003 SHADOW
SABRE 1100.4000 Miles.
Brand New Condition.
$7500 obo.
813-642-0463
HONDA CR-250 2000, Dirt
Bike, Excellent Condi-
tion, Like New. $2400.
Call 813-967-0918
Kawasadki 1998 VLcan B
Classic, 12k m, Vance &
Hines, barsU bags.
shield, driver backrest,
chromed. Mint! $3800.
813-323-7261
KAWASAKI 2002 ZX12R
2,600 miles Red, Mint
Condition Very Fast, No
Test Pilots, $8,200
813-293-7343
WANTEDSport Bikes. Any
year, any cond..We pay
cash. Top $$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
YAMAHA 2003 650 V-Star
Classic. Black, wind-
shield leather saddle-
bags, BUB pipes, back
rest. Excellent condi-
tion, 3900 miles. Asking
$4950. (813) 975-0068


1635 1 Motorcycles I
YAMAHA 2003 Roadstar
Silverado Ltd. Edt. (3597
of 1600) w.'many extras.
Garage kept, 12K mi.
$11,000.813-6 7-1253
16361 Golf Carts |
GOLF CARS: 2002 E-Z Go
$2000.2001 E-Z Go $1800
E-Z Go 36 volt remain.
cars $3295.'02 Club Cars
$1935800-571-1644
GOLF CART-4 whlw/char-
ger top enclosure, exc
atteres, $1,375. OBO
813-300-0114

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
. Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
i6371ATVs I
Yamaha 2005 350 Raptor,
low hours, red frame,
white plastics $900 in
extras. $4500 obo.
813-571-1811
SI Vehicles
640 Wanted

WANTED a
DEADORALIVE*
Cars, trucks & vans
Cash laid. Free Tow.
813.930.2464813.760.2656
CASH TODAY!
For Cars, Trucks & Vans
Running Or Not.
813-630-9201 Or
813-728-7979
Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
CHEVY 1950"DELUXE
2dr, red w/ new grey int,
white walls, sun visor
all orig, no rust lots of
chrome, straight 6 cyl,
$9250 813-843-7006
CHEVY 1966 NOVA Clone
283 eng 4 spd man, 372
gears, A/C, Rally whis,
ground up rest, blk
w/red int. $24,000 OBO
352-799-5119 Eves.
COBRA 1965 Shelby
Replica. New SV0351,
385hp, 600 mi. 5 spd.
Blue/white stripes. Bik
int 95% comply. All new.
Paper work incl. $38K
obo. 813-956-9194
DODGE 1949 2.5 ton flat-
bed, 12ft x 8ft, 80% re-
Sstored. $1500 firm Call
813-996-6672
FORD 1967 Mustang
Conv. Aqua color, 289
auto P/S, AC, good
cond $14,500 obo.
727-517-4075
JAGUAR 1984, new Chevy
engine, 4 dr, auto, A/C,
runs great! $2800
813-245-5281.
MERCEDES 1982 300SD
Turbo deisel, 30 miles
per gal, all power, sunrf,
wel maint, 23K mi.
$2500 813-982-2550
MERCURY 1974 Comet,
2DR, body in good cond.
6 cyl. engine running
transm. rebit '01, $1200
obo. 813-695-5726
MUSTANG '66 New en-
gine, gauges, rims &
tires, discbrakes. Low
mileage. Roll bar. Must
see! $10OK obo. 877-7028
PONTIAC 1963 CATALINA
389 V8, auto trans, 4dr,
new paint, no rust or
dents. Runs great, pics
avallable.$6,500 OBO.
(813) 855-5040
PORSCHE 1969 912 Cpe.,
frame up restoration,
115SHP, 5-spd.all parts
replace n or reblt, BC/CC
paint. Pristine cond.
$12,950. 863-698-8491
TRIUMPH 1980 TR7 Conv,
5 spd, comp re-built,
needs paint &.top, facto-
ry air working, $1850
opo813-391-9255.-
VW 1971 Super Beetle
purple, 4k miles, in
nice, cd, tint, lots o f res-
toration but needs work.
$7000obo 813-964-1094
VW 1972 SUPER BEETLE,
looks and runs great.
$3000,813-754-2540
CORVETTES WANTED
1953-1972 Any Condi-
tion. Serious Buyer
1-800-850-3656 or
vccorvette.com
I iag | Station
I6481 Wagons

VOLVO 2001 V40 1.9T
Wagon, silver, auto, 49K,
moon roof mint cond.
$13,500.351-263-2455

I6 | Automobiles
49, | For Sale

ACURA 1992 LEGEND, Ithr,
sunroof, cold AC
P/Seats, reliable, well
maintained $4900 nego.
813-833-1808
ACURA 1994 Integra LS
auto, teal, 117K ml, fully
loaded, great AC, new
tires, int exc cond.
$4000obo. 813-265-1737
ACURA 1997 'CL3.0,
loaded, all options, htd
seats, allOYs, sunrf. only
58K, priced to sell $850
813-920-4370
Acura 1997 RL 3.5,
60K ml, clean, sunroof,
leather, alloys. $11,950.
Call Greg 602-790-6807
Oldsmar


6 Automobiles
649 For Sale

ACURA 2002 RSX Type S.
dark grey. 49K miles.
6spa, alarm, lo-lack ga-
raged, $15,400 or best
offer 813-335-1596
BMW 1991 325, great
cond, 72k mi, 2 dr, AC,
gar kept records, sun-
roof, auto, burgundy.
$4400 obo. 27-742-5642
BMW 1998 7401L, aspen
silver/burgundy Ithr,
premium sound & whis,
sunrf flawless 77K,
$17995 Jeff 727-804-7639
BMW 1999 740il 94K mi,
black w/tan int, car cov-
er, floor mats, exc cond
bells & whistlesP!
$20,000.813-645-4#17
BMW 2000 Z3, silver/
black, low mileage, cd
changer, garage kept.
$21,300 239-395-0250
cell. Vehicle in STpa.
BMW 2001 3301, blk blk,
prem. & sports pkg,
I. Kardon stereo, sunrf,
perfect cond $21995.
(352) 596-07006596-6877
BMW 2001 M5 -26500 Mi,
Weekend Car! Black on
Black, Woodgrain Trim,
Excellent Condition.
813-239-4163
BMW 2001 X5, smoke
ray 49k miles asking
B34,00. 813-949-3627,
13-215-1855.

BMW 2002 M3.6spd. met.
gray, prem pkg, Harmon
Karmon upgraded stereo
Xenon gts, mint$38,900
813-814-2590
BMW 2002 M3 Converta-
ble, 25k mi 6 spd, sil-
ver/black, 19" wheels,
NAV Xenons. $44,000.
813-453-4443
BMW 2004 325, 1900 mi.
black on black, 5 spd.
CD, sunrf. sport pkg.
$29,999 81-493-493-814

BMW 2004 7451L, Only 8k
mi, bik w/tan pristine
condo, w/ every option
avail for BMW. Fact
warr. Sport & Prem pkg
$68k 727-647-2177
BUICK 1996 RIVIERA,
pearl white, blue leather
all power, 100,000 miles
good condition. $5000
obo. 813-681-2366
BUICK 2001 Century Ltd.
Ithr, CD/Cass loaded,
only 30K mi. Priced to
sell at $9600.
813-928-9765
BUICK 2003 CENTURY
3,750 mi Tan, Sedan,
Auto.,2WD6 CyLVIN#:
2G4WS52J631172139
$13 850 Flawless (813)
454655
CADILLAC 1995 DeVille
hardtop convertible tan
& white, it's a beauty at
$6900.813-239-3375
CASH FOR CARS, TRUCKS
AND VANS, RUNNING OR
NOT FREE TOWING,
QUICK REMOVAL
813-363-1874
CHEVROLET 1996 Impala
Super Sport,
green/grey, oodcond,
813-842-3410
CHEVY 1982 Corvette
Black, glass t-tops, AC,
new cam shat, new
trans, new tires, chrome
engine, accessories.
Real head turner! Must
Sell! $13,900 only
813-789-7262
CHEVY 1997 CAVILLER, 2
door, RS Sport, 5 speed,
cold A/C, excellent
condition. $1,750.
Call 813-817-3200
CHEVY 2003 Malibu Se-
dan, 4 seat automatic
transmission w/over-
drive, red fire metallic
burgundy),, AC, power
ocks programmable,
AM/FM stereo w/CD
player, tilt wheel w/ad-
justable steering col-
umn, intermediate wip-
$10,500 OBO.
813-782-9110.
CHRYSLER 1999 300M,
great cond, beige w/tan
athr, newer tires &
brakes, 86k mi, $6000
firm 813-655-6517

Chrysler 2005 300C
Hemi, loaded Black 2100
miles. $35,000. Call
813-982-0750
CORVETTE 1986 Conv,
Wht/Wht top, 1-owner
auto, garaged, looks &
runs great. $8900 obo.
941-776-2163
CORVETTE, 1987 Conv't.
good cond. 100K mi.
asking 28900,
863-688-2568
CORVETTE 1988 Coupe,
auto, glass top, metallic
red, camel int. low ml,
exc. cond. $8500 obo.
813-653-1636
CORVETTE 1996 Coupe,
white, grey int. remov-
able top, auto, newtires,
exc. cond, 89K ml.
$10,500.813-766-0707
CORVETTE 1999, Red,
T-Top, showcase cond,
runs exc. Carmel Ithr Int,
auto Boise radio, low ml
$28,900.813-641-0179
DODGE 1995 Neon Sport,
loaded, 4dr, AM/FM/
Css/CD, pwr locks,Iots
$1950 oo 813--846-7193


641 I Automobiles
SFor Sale
DODGE 1995 Neon 2.0 en-
gine. 5 speed transmis-
sion. 50.000 miles. Good
Condition $900.
813-752-7194
FERRARI 2002 575M F-1,
Red/Tan, shields, red
calibers, Daytona
seats, carbon fiber,
navigational, subwoller
upgrade, F orna package,
rear shelf ETC..
5700 miles, 1OPTcar.
Ph:# 920-222-6228.
FORD 1993 Crown Vic,
110k runs perf, needs
body repair front can
drive away $750.
813-880-7570, 293-3325.
FORD 1994 TAURUS LX SE,
dark green loaded, 2
new tires, 110k mi, very
goodcond,$2250 OBO
8f3-961-6866
FORD 1994 TEMPO
6cyl, auto, pwr steering,
AC runs & looksgreat.
$1395 obo 813-767-1412
FORD 1995 ESCORT LX,
Automatic, Good cond,
well maintained, $1800.
813-355-1604

FORD 2001 Mustang Con-
vertible, 18,000 miles,
red w/tan top leather
interior, $11,199
813-237-5032. '
FORD 2002 Mustang
Steeda GT, pvt, Ithr very
unique custom exnaust
sys.t acing gears,
totally custom ow mi
$18,500.813-474-6758
FORD 2003 Mustang Con-
vertible Jack Roush
model, only 4K miles,
garage kept. Pd $43,000
asking $32,000.653-9702
HONDA 1990 CIVIC
181000 mi Blue, 5
Speed, 4 Cyl. $1,675,
great. NO A/C. (813)

HONDA 1994 Civic Del Sol,
Red AC, Power Win-
dows, 107K Miles,
$3,40000 BO New Tampa
813-907-2185 l-4pmr
Honda 1998 Accord EX 6
cyl, 4 dr, green/tan Ithr,
sn rf, auto, new tires,
90k exc cond $7500 ,
813-765-4103 or 685-3616
HONDA 1999 Accord LX
White w/tan int mint
cond, adult owned & ar
kept. 90K mi $7,500 o0o
Call 813-601-6528
HONDA 1999 Civic SI Rare,
red, mint no mods, new
sports tires 45k. Asking
$12,200 obo
813-787-5454
HONDA 2002 Civic LX, 4dr,
black, auto 39K miles,
all power, $13,500 obo.
813-417-0069

HYUNDAI 2000 Sonata,
runs like new, 49K mi,
Silver, auto, new tires
good cond, $5,599. Call
813-661-6219
INFINITI 1994 Q45, 133K
mi, 1-owner since 1996.
Black/Blk, chrome rims,
beautiful car! $4400.
813-814-2637
Infinity 2003 G35 Sport
package, sunrf, siver,
n-das 6CDplayer,38k
mi. $23,000 obo.
813-267-3235.
JAGUAR 1987 XJ6
Maroon/Tan Ithr, all
wr, 2nd owner, 08K.
$4,375. 813-884-2827 or
404-5913
Jaguar 1998 Vandenplas
XJ8,loaded, Maroon,
Tan int, sunroof, 70k
miles, $17,000.
813-996-7138
Jaguar 1998 XJ8L British
Racing green w/tan lthr,
wd gram int. CD cgr,
80k mi Exc condt $12,40d
oboP 813-220-1253
JEEP2003 WRANGLER SA-
HARA, Satellite radio
w/CD ac, Forest Grn
w/soft top, Auto, 28,275
mi, 4 WD, 6 Cyl, Exc
Cond, $16,500 (813)
855-9949
KIA 1997 SEPHIA GS-
Power everything, cold
A/C, tinted windows
AM/FM CD player. $1600
firm 813-672-2585
LEXUS 1996 ES300,97k ml,
Pearl White, s-rf, CD
chgr, loaded. Nice Car
$7500. (813) 433-
4865(813)759-8554
LEXUS 1998 ES300
champagne, leather, full
power, very good cond.
$8800.813-453-5535

LEXUS 2001 IS 300 35K ml,
Black, 4 DR, AutoSuede
Leather Sunroof' 6-CD,
Prem. Sound, $19,900,
Must See (813) 380-6487
LEXUS 2001 IS300,
Silver/Blk int, exc cond,
65K mi, sunroof, P/DLP
P/W,ABS, tint $7,50d
obo. 813-653-3992
Lexus 2004 LS430, fully
equipped, 6 cd changer.
Less than 2400 mnies
like brand new. $51,000
813-871-2772" 300-3667
LINCOLN 1992 Towncar
Cartier 88k, leather, ful-
ly loaded, ice cold air,
exc condo, silver metallic
$3800.813-679-9538.
ULINCOLN 1998 MARK VIII
LSC 95K, exc cond, bik
on blk, $9500. (81113)
907-0871 wKnds/eves;
(813) 221-6889 days


JANUARY 20, 2005 THE COURIER 27

649 Automobiles n I Automobiles
For Sale 649 For Sale
LINCOLN 1999 Town Car NISSAN 1996 MAXIMA.
Sig,85Kmi. non-smoker. V6. all pwr. cruise, tape
nwy m, x-cond n/out. player. \tra clean.
$10,560 obo813-701-0924 $4,300. Please cal!:
870-904-5632 W 813-363-41310
MAZDA 1991 MX6, 4 cyl, NISSAN 1998 Maxima
auto, 2 dr, A/C, 4 new GLE, moonroof auto,
tires, needs cosmetic 78kmi,V-63L 4drBose,
repair $1,250 Ithr, exc condo! Best
813-245-5281. offer. (727) 399-9314
MAZDA 1996 Miata MX5, NISSAN 1999 ALTIMA, 4
5spd, 1.8L new paint, dr, auto, A/C, AM7FM
cloth int AC, am/f/CD, Stereo, very good cond
Indigo Blueclean, 76K $5295 813-229-3513;
mi, $6495 813-299-1953 813-748-4644
MAZDA 1999 Protege LX NISSAN 1999 MAXIMA,
Black, 104k Mi, Low Red, 4 doors, fully
ProfileTires, Aftermarket equipped, 61K miles
Wheels.LooksSharp! single owner, $11,000
$3800obo. 813-478-2807 obo. Call813-265-0560
MAZDA 2000 Miata 25K OLDS 1996 Cutlass Ciera
Mi, Metallic Green, BIk V6,100K mi, Good condi-
Cloth 5spd, 16" Chrome tion $2,400
Wheels, Garaged, 13-362-2588
$10,500 firm 813-920-4399
MAZDA 2000 Protege LX, OLDS 2000 Intrigue GL,
4dr, red pwr Icks, wndws Lthr like new, 35k mi
CD, auto, newtires,68k $8,900
mi, remote starter good
cond. $5897. 813.230.6091 813-245-0140
MERCEDES 1984 SD300 Pontiac 1993 Grand Prix,
original owner, mechan- 150K mi, 4dr, pi, pw rear
ically sound, good con- end damage. $800.
edition inside/out, 235K 813-979-4919 www.geo-
mi. $3,495 813-241-6101 cities.com/pontiacg93
Mercedes 1996 E320, PONTIAC 1997 Trans Am
loaded, 79.9K mi very LT1 eng, 6 spd, loaded,
clean, 6 cd, White. non-smkr,Flomasterex-
$12,400.813-839-2222 or haust fast $6900 firm.
813-857-4453 352-597-5017.
MERCEDES 1996 S-320, PONTIAC 2002 FIREBIRD
garaged, xtra clean, 36K mi White T-Top,
Champagne, 6 disk CD Auto, 2WD, 6 CyA, Mint,
loaded. Must See, 62K $12,900, Must Sell,
mi. $16K. 813-690-8838 (813) 928-4357
Mercedes 1997 E320, 2nd PONTIAC2003GRANDAM
owner, garage kept, GT 5yr/lOOK FULL WAR-
dealer serviced 6 disk RANTY!! MINT! 38K mi,
cd 98k miles, $15,500. White Auto, Leather
813-431-4222 $12,500 obo
MERCEDES 1998 C230. (239)273-5951
C230 option package + PORCHE 2003 911 Carrera
telescoping steering seal grey, 16k mi, bose
wheel CD changer sound, turbo rims,
tape deck. 81K miles, I garage kept, exc cond
owner showroom new $58,000813-486-7279
condition. $11,940. Porsche 1988911Carrera
813-920-8848 Cabriolet new clutch,
MERCEDES 1998 E320. brakes, custom CD &
Like new in/out, 76K mi. alarm, garaged, non-
Transferable warranty. smkr, showroom cond.
Loaded. NADA $18,600. $23,900 727-517-1819
Askln;l 190898 PORSCHE 1992 911 Fresh
a 0-1898 top end, new tires,
MERCEDES 1999 600SL clutch, Clearwater area.
V12 Roadster, orig 4,775 $24,500
miles,triple black, every 305-58-8887
option, Asolutely Mint! PORSCHE 2000 oxster,
Best 60SLI Anwhnere x ORSc 20K Boxsilver
Sold New $130 Asking Exc Cond 20K m silver
Sold2New 7207- 1396 blue top & lthr, 4-yr e i
$52,900. 727-867-1396 warranty $25,900 obo.
MERCEDES 1999 C230 Owner 813-933-7655
Kompressor, 50K Mi,
4Dr, LoadedExt Warran- SAAB 1998 900sconverta-
ble gold, 52k mi,
SGarage ept. Asking m 5 spd, FWDal-
$16,900 813-926-0285 Iy aded, pristine,
MERCEDES 2000 CLK320 $12,500.941-383-0123
Cony, Quartz Blue/Navy
top, auto, 6-yl, hands S RN 1999 W2 blue
free phone, 50,500 ml 60Kmiles auto A/C.all
$31,900.352-797-0069 power, cruise, ltowable
clean loaded 6199
MERCEDES 2000 E320 Se- obo. (803) 361-9004
dan, 32k ml, 1 owner, 0t02 200
records, Borneaux/oys- auto, wht/gra cloth int
t, CD/sunroof alloy whls,a fm/cd/
$24,500.813-854-2142. ,3 $9900 ombo,13 p66
Mercedes 2001 SL500 TOYOTA 1993 CAMRY,
Silver w/lighltgry TOYOTA 1993 CAMRY
inlew/ghtgko toe 4cyl, Dark Green, auto,
interior, blacK sort top, i-ecold AC, exc. cond
Loaded Approx 49k mice cold ACex. cond
$45kfirm. 813-876-3000 ver 813-935- Ca
MERCEDES 200 ML320, TOYOTA1997CAMRY59K
silver, interior silvers, mi, red, fullyloaded, exc
rey 5,900 or bestof- 'ond, maintenance re-
Scords, 1 owner,
er. Call 813-973-7607 $7500813-988-0582
MERCEDES 2003 CLK320 TOYOTA 10098 CAMRY LE
Coupe 20K Mi, Brilliant white, 94k mi, A/C, runs
Silver, w/Ash Lthr Int, we1 owner noni
Starmark Warranty, sc oerw V500 non
6CD Sunroof Like New s8e1r, $k
$36,500 .727-360-6931 813-645-5191
S 1 Col TOYOTA 2000 CAMRY LE
Parkr S 198ns relony 70,000 mi, Blue, Auto, 4
ac 8 cl, 170 miles, e kept $8,900
$5 firm. Lv Mess. (13)598-831
813-962-2129.
MERCURY 1996 Cogar TOYOTA 2002 Camry, Sil-
K 96 ougar ver,l thr,silerCD, V4
XR7a c68K mi immac alloys 39K miexc. cond
AM/FMcaessla0discCD, new tires Kelly $14.1K
small V8, all pwr, f$550 Ask $13.5 K813-434-5997
obo. 813-690-4540 days $Wh 5813-34 599e
or 661-3803 eves VOLVO 1999 S70 SEDAN,
MERCURY 2000 Grand White, Tan leather, AC
Marquis GS Red Per all power, 1 owner, AM
NSAN 19020d reW VW FM, ABS, 108K ml. 720
fet Cond, 70K $8000 oo. Call 813-975-0014
813-340-0869 Volo2000S80,slver,47K
MERCURY 2001 Sable GS mi, cert warranty to
Wagon, fully loaded Aug. t06/uK mi,
48K.ml, gray, alloys root sunroof, Ithr, bose,
rack, exc cond. 495 o all wr, exc cond.
813-907-248 9 $13,9 0. 413-695-3410
MITSUBISHI 1996 Eclipse VOLVO 2001 60 T5, black,
RS, DOHC, 104K miles, tan int, leather, all pow-
$3,500 obo. Call er, automatic, 63k. 17"
813-978-0722 sport wheels,$15,900

MITSUBISHI 1998 Eclipse VW 2002 Pasaat, fully
GS, Turbo, fully l oaded,ed, turbo, 1.8 liter,
56k mi teal, w/tinted allows, sunroof, auto,
wind, fin, whls, $7999 White 39k miles.
obo 813-979-1767 $17,756.813-760-3564
MITSUBISHI 2001 Eclipse VW 2002 PASSAT GLS,
Cony. V6 Every Option, Ithr,snrf, Silvermetallic,
White/ Tan Lthr, New 42K mi, clean, no smok-
Tires,48KMi, MintCond. ing/pets. $14,995 obo
$13,495 813-784-7664 Call 813-831-8213
NISSAN 1990 2405X, red, VW 2003 Beetle Conv't,
body and block only navy blue tan Interior
with all parts, $650 or 13K mi. 6 spd. great
best offer. Please call cond. $19500.
0 813-363-1257* 813-431-582
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Stwan Consult our Classified
(813) 611-3121 Professional Service Dl-
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