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WALK OF LIFE


A real estate deal
for a parcel of land
involved in the
February fire has
stalled.
PAE S


REOVRING

City manager David
Sollenberger is back
to work after a
heart attack.
GE 18


BRIGGS


Now that the serving
is done, the eating
can begin.
PAH 8


INDEX

CALENDAR
EE 3

CLASSIFIED
PAGE 25

CROSSWORD
PGE 24
FAMILY LIVING
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TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
Jim Rodgers enjoys time with his grandsons Caleb, left, and Joshua during a recent visit. He says he considers himself lucky to have
that time Rodgers celebrated five years cancer-free last month.



Relaying A Call For Help

Early cancer detection and research money from
the American Cancer Society helped save Jim
Rodgers' life. Now he's committed to make the
upcoming Relay for Life a success.


IMt I By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
OPINION Jim Rodgers didn't want to go to the
PAGE ( doctor.
In fact, his wife, Sara Linda, all but
SPORTS forced him to go, he said.
"She insisted, and she made the
PAGE R appointment," Jim Rodgers said.
............... That may be the reason why he's
WORSHIP alive today. At 69, Rodgers will be able
PAGE U1 to once again participate in the "survi-
vor lap" held during the annual Plant


City Relay for Life, slated for April 15-16
at the Plant City High School track.
Relay events are held in communities
throughout the country to raise money
for the American Cancer Society.
This year, five years after being diag-
nosed with colon cancer, Rodgers will
serve as the event's honorary chair-
man.
"I consider it a great honor," said
See RELAY, Page 12


DAVE BUYENS/File photo
Katie Sharer, center, the 2004 Strawberry Queen, and her
court members lead the survivor lap to help kick off last
year's Relay for Life.


IN THETRIBUNE
Heres aprevie, of
what.you'll find in
The Tampa Tribune's
Plant City section
Saturday
QI A company that
distributes vege-
table seeds world-
wide is moving its
US. headquarters
to Plant City and
setting up shop in a
building that's being
restored.


Hillsborough
County Supervi-
sor of Elections
Buddy Johnson
and early voting
poll supervisor
Sherry Chandler
counted 845
early votes over a
two-week period
in the race for
the Group 4 city
commission seat
between Robert
Brown and Liesta
Sykes.


COMMISSION RACE


Early Voting Was 'Slow But Steady'


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo


POLLS WERE OPEN
FOR TWO WEEKS
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The early voting numbers for
the 2005 city commission race
totaled 845, election officials


said.
"The early vote was slow but
steady," said poll supervisor
Sherry Chandler. "We had a
good response from the voters
about the way the poll was set
up. There was no waiting, at
least. And voters found the pro-

See VOTE, Page 2


Editor's Note:
The results in the race for
the city commission's
Group 4 seat between
Liesta Sykes and Robert
Brown came in after The
Courier's Tuesday deadline.
Look for full coverage in
next week's edition.






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this talk is for you. Join Dr. Steve Smith for an
.'' informative discussion about the differences,


and how to choose the right one for you.

A Community Health Talk with Dr. Steve Smith
Diet Differences
S Thursday April 28, 6:30pm
Community Conference Rooms A & B
I Registration is preferred.
(813) 754-4444

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Free Blood Pressure Checks
Tuesday, 1-2pm
Hospital Main Lobby
No appointment necessary.
Cost: Free

Cholesterol Screenings
Total Cholesterol/HDL/Glucose
4th Tuesday of every month, 71-2pm
Hospital Main Lobby
No appointment necessary.
Cost: $12 (no fasting required)

Child Car Seat
Safety Check
Four out of five car seats are
installed incorrectly. Is yours one
of them?

Friday
Hospital Main Lobby
Community Health Resource Center
Appointments required.
Cost: Free

Basic Life Support
for Health Care Providers
Registration and pre-payment required.
May 7, 9-11 am (recertification only)
June 6, 6-10 Opm (New certification only)
Community Conference Room
Cost: $30 (includes book and card)


AARP 55 Drive Breastfeeding
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Alive course
This two-day course helps seniors,
ages 55 and up, tune up their
driving skills. Participants may qualify
for an auto insurance discount.

April 20-21, 9am-lpm
Community Conference Room
Registration required.
Cost: $10


OM ENANAMI LY


Childbirth Preparation
Program
This six-week course prepares you
and your partner for all phases of
labor and delivery. It covers emotional
issues, relaxation and breathing
exercises, and feeding and caring
for your new baby. The sixth class
contains information previously
given out during our Baby Care
Classes. Classes are held once a
week on Tuesdays. Maximum
eight couples.

May 3-June 7, 7-9pm
Administrative Conference Room
Registration required.
Cost: Free


Gain confidence with breastfeeding.
This education and support class will
help, whether you are currently
breastfeeding or planning to.
Maximum 10 participants.

April 12, 7-9pm
Administrative
Conference Room
Registration required.
Cost: Free

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

May 12, 6-7pm
July 14, 6-7pm
2 South Classroom
Registration required.
Cost: Free

Volunteers Needed
South Florida Baptist Hospital
Auxiliary needs volunteers to help
with the information desk, gift shop
and sunshine cart. Call for more
information (813) 757-1230.


For information, registration or physician referral, call (813) 754-4444 unless otherwise noted.
South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N. Alexander Street, Plant City, FL 33563
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Project On


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FRANKLIN STREET

CLOSED NORTH OF 1-4
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com'
The redesign project of
Alexander Street south of
Interstate 4 is proceeding on
schedule, officials say.
But residents in the area
and motorists need to con-
tinue to be patient, said offi-
cials from the Florida
Department of Transporta-
tion.
Eventually, Alexander will
be four lanes from Interstate 4
to Baker Street. Improved
curbs, sidewalks, median
strips and signaling will make
it a more effective roadway,
state road officials said.
The cost of the project is
$11.5 million.
"Construction will be com-
pleted on the west side of the
See STREET, Page 19


VOTE
Continued From Page 1
cedure to be quick and easy."
Hillsborough County
Supervisor of Elections Buddy
Johnson was equally positive
about the turnout.
"I'm pleased with the fact
that some voters are able to
make use of the polls being
opened early," Johnson said.
"It might not add to the total
of voters who come to the
polls, but at least in the overall
scheme we are not seeing a
decline."
The polls were open two
weeks prior to the April 5
election. In previous elections
the early polls were open for
only one week.
Records show that in 2002
there were only 11 early votes
cast. In 2003 that number rose
to 427. In 2004, a three-way
race between eventual winner
Rick Lott, Marsha Passmore
and Sharon Moody, 1,076
early votes were cast in the
primary, and another 1,279 in
the general election.
"In that year early voting
accounted for almost 50 per-
cent of the total count," John-
son said. "Until this year there
was no ordinance on the
books in Plant City that would
allow the polls to be open for
more than one week prior to
the election."
Poll officials see electronic
voting adding to the total vot-
ing experience in Florida.
"We have developed a data-
base for votes cast in these
elections," Chandler said. "We
will be able to go back and
look at voting patterns that
were established each day."
Johnson said the
information would be made
available this summer on the
Hillsborough County Web
site.
At 11 a.m., on the day of the
election, poll workers said
they were seeing about 20 vot-
ers per hour.






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CALENDAR

SATURDAY
Hospital plans
parking lot sale
South Florida Baptist
Hospital will host its
annual Parking Lot Sale on
April 9 from 7 a.m. to 12:30
p.m. at the Swindle Diag-
nostic Center, 1702 W.
Reynolds St.
Anyone wishing to par-
ticipate as a vendor may
rent a parking space for
$10. All proceeds will
benefit the hospital's
Team Member Emergency
Assistance Fund. All
money earned by the sale
of used items is to be kept
by the vendor.
Call: Candy Greene,
764-2258 for guidelines
and a registration form.
The reservation fee must
be submitted by noon on
April 7.

Healthy Kids Day
The Plant City Family
YMCA will host its Healthy
Kids Day on April 9 from 8
a.m. to noon.
There will be free health
screenings, police finger-
printing, health-related
classes, arts and crafts and
more.
Call: 757-6677.

Spaghetti dinner
Springhead United
Methodist Church. 2305
Sparkman Road, will host
a spaghetti dinner April 9
from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Menu includes salad.
bread, beverage and des-
sen. Price is $6 for adults,
$4 for children. Call: 752-
5751.

Fish fry
Olin S. Wright No. 79
Masonic Lodge. 304 Acacia
Drive, will host a fish fry
April 9 from 11:30 a.m. to 2
p.m.
Cost is $7 for adults. $4
for children.
Call: 752-8061.

See CALENDAR, Page 12


Holly Stein Wins Heart Of Plant City


WILL COMPETE FOR

MISS FLORIDA TITLE
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
This year's winner of the
Miss Heart of Plant City Schol-
arship Pageant said her hopes,
dreams and prayers came true
when she was awarded the
crown
Holly Stein, 20, a junior at
the University of South Florida
and a 2002 Durant High
School graduate, came away
the top contestant in a field of
12 during the April 2 competi-
tion at the Tomlin Middle
School auditorium.
Ashley Pippin was first
runner-up, second runner-up
was Toinette Gerena and Jes-
sica Rupp was third runner-
up.
"When all the contestants
went on stage, at the very end,
I didn't think that I had won,"
Stein said. "I thought the title
would go to someone else. So
many of the girls had done
well in all the phases of the
competition. But just like the
rest of the girls, as the runner-
ups were named off, there was
a glimmer of hope that it still
might be me."
As the winner of the 2005
title Stein will compete in the
Miss Florida competition in
Miami at the end of June. The
pageants are a part of the Miss
America Organization, which
over the years has provided
more than $200 million in
educational grants.
It was the chance to earn
college scholarship money
that prompted Stein to enter
the competition.
She earned a 5.7 grade point
average in her senior year at
Durant and attended Hills-
borough Community College
on a scholarship. She was
awarded a National Honor
Society Presidential Schol-
arship and a Bright Futures
scholarship that paid for her
schooling at HCC.
"The expenses at USF are
even greater," Stein said. "And
I thought that on the chance


DAVE BUYENS/Photo
Holly Stein wears the crown of Miss Heart of Plant City. She'll
go on to compete in the Miss Florida pageant this summer.


that I could win as Miss Heart
of Plant City it would help pay
the bills."
And Stein is no stranger to
pageants. She earned a spot
on the Florida Strawberry Fes-
tival Queen's court in 2002.
Regan Paul, a director of the
pageant, asked Stein to partic-
ipate in the local competition
every time the two crossed
paths.
"I literally scouted her out,"
Paul said. "I could see how
genuine and real she is, and
how sweet she is. You can see


that she is the type of contes-
tant that would represent
Plant City well. I just love
her."
Pippin, 19, is a freshman at
the Suncoast School of Natural
Health. She was first maid in
the 2004 Strawberry Festival
Queen's Court. She is a gradu-
ate of Durant High School.
Gerena, 21, is a sophomore
and attends both USF and
HCC. She, along with Stein,
was a member of Strawberry
Festival Court in 2002.
Rupp is a 20-year-old soph-


more at HCC.
Brenda White, the founder
and a director for Miss Heart
of Plant City, was quite pleased
with the pageant, which this
year drew an audience of
about 400.
"This year's pageant ran
smother than ever," White
said. "It was great to be at the
Tomlin auditorium. The stage
is perfect for what we need.
And there is enough room for
us to grow. Each year we hope
to get better and better."
The pageant has grown
since its inaugural event in
2002, when there were five
contestants competed for the
title. This year, 18 attended
orientation and 15 signed-up
to compete, White said.
One contestant, Victoria
Green, won Miss Tampa last
month, making her ineligible.
Another underwent an emer-
gency appendectomy and a
third was injured the night
before the competition and
had to withdraw.
Judging the competition
were: head judge Robbin Wig-
gins, a businesswoman from
Houston; Chris Prevatt, a
community affairs director at
Bill Heard Chevrolet; Pamela
Smith, an assistant state attor-
ney in Orlando; Justin Holton,
president and publisher of a
Christian music review Web
site; and Aleda Budd, a former
pageant competitor and the
assistant director of several
pageants in Pasco County.
The contestants were
judged on an off-stage inter-
view, which accounted for 40
percent of the overall score;
talent was 30 percent; and
swimsuit, evening wear and
an on-stage interview were
worth 10 percent each.
During the interview, con-
testants talked about their
program. Stein said she was
worried she didn't do justice
to her program, "enhancing
lives through music."
"I came away thinking that
there was still a lot unsaid
about my program when the
interview was done," she said.

See HEART, Page 17





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Residents Voice Opposition To Fair Proposal


FRUSTRATED BY
LACK OF ANSWERS
ByTONYMARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
After a third meeting to present
plans to relocate the Hillsborough
County Fair to a piece of land in Dover,
the message residents gave to county
staff is the same: not in their backyard.
Residents and equestrians who use
the 800-acre tract at State Road 60 and
Sydney Dover Road were vocal in their
opposition at a March 30 meeting at
the Turkey Creek Civic Center.
A new proposal presented at the
latest meeting that would put reclaimed
water ponds in the equestrian park on
the parcel further angered residents.
The plan would have water from the
Valrico water treatment plant filter
onto the property, fill three holding
ponds that in the dry season would be
pumped back into the plant for
reclaimed water use.
Lee Chambliss reminded staff that
the county commission voted 6-0 in
2000 to preserve the former phosphate
mine after residents and equestrians
fought to save it from development.
"The emphasis is on the word pres-
ervation," Chambliss said.
Letting the fair lease 80 acres of the
site isn't preservation, nor is putting in
reclaimed water ponds, residents
argued.
"Mother Nature has kindly healed
this land of so much of the damage
that's been done to it, and we get to
enjoy it," said Dock Green of Plant City,
who rides horses on the site's trails.
"Sometimes you have to leave things
alone."
George Parker, chairman of the Hills-
borough County Fair, said the fair des-
perately needed a place it could call
home.
"It's very difficult to have a cohesive


TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
Assistant county administrator Bernardo Garcia, left, talks with Miriam Lauer of
Vatrico about a proposal to lease 80 acres of land at the corner of SR 60 and
Sydney Washer Road to the Hillsborough County Fair.


county fair and do the long range things
we'd like to do without a permanent
facility," Parker said. "We really want to
be a good neighbor."
Parents in the audience got in front
of the rowdy crowd to remind them
that the fair would be an asset to chil-
dren who need another venue to show
their livestock. The Florida Strawberry
Festival isn't able to accommodate
them all, parents said.
"We need to meet the needs of our
youth," said Kathy Surface, a 4-H youth
leader.
See FAIR, Page 19


Fairgrounds Location


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would be off S.R. 60.
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Opry Presents


Season Finale

USUAL SUSPECTS BRING
DOWN 2004-05
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Saturday won't be the day the
music died, but the successful,
foot-stompin' season of country
music at the Plant City Florida
Opry will close out with another
star-studded cast.
The Wayne Lacey Family and
the Southern Star Bluegrass Band
will be joined on stage at the 1914
High School Community Center
by Randy Scott and Buck Hammer
and The Pick-ups. Admission is
$10 and the show will start at 7
p.m.
"The Wayne Lacey Family has a
great tradition of singing sweet
gospel music," said Mryle Henry,
the show's producer. "And we
have two great bands. The South-
ern Star Bluegrass Band has been
on stage at the Grand Ole Opry
twice and have played in and
around Plant City for years. Buck
Hummer can do some mean
down-home country pickin' and
singin'. We have had them before.
The audiences really love them."
Randy Scott will add his country
music skills to the mix, making
Saturday night a fitting finale to
the season, Henry said.
"I want to thank all of our fans
for coming out during this past
season," Henry said. "We all had a
tremendous amount of fun. I want
to remind them that on April 30 we
will have an all-gospel concert at
the 1914 auditorium. After that we
will see you in the fall."
Tickets can be purchased Tues-
day-through Saturday from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. at Family and Friends,
Antiques Collectibles and Art, 1304
S. Collins St., or at the 1914 High
School, 605 N. Collins St.
For more information, call
Henry at 752-4094.


Success
is Just a Matter of Degrees

Come to an HCC Open House and learn
which academic program is right for you.

HCC staff will be on hand to answer questions about admissions,
registration, financial aid and special programs and services.

Tuesday, April 12th
5:30-7:30 p.m., Plant City Campus
Call 813.757.2102 for details.
Information about programs and services offered at both
the Plant City and Brandon Campuses will be presented.

Thursday, April 14th
5:30-7:30 p.m., Ybor City Campus
Call 813.253.7690 for details.
Free parking at the Velasco Building after 5:30 p.m.
Information about programs and services offered at both
the Ybor City and Dale Mabry Campuses will be presented.


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Sleep More, Lose Weight
There is a strong link between the
amount of sleep a person gets and
their risk of becoming obese. A study
at Columbia University revealed that
participants who got less than 4 hours
of sleep a night were 73% more likely
to be obese than those who got 7 to 9
hours. People burn less calories when
asleep but eat more when they're
awake. There also appears to be a
connection between sleep and the
neural pathways that regulate food
intake. Lack of sleep reduces a blood
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PLANT CITY

DIGEST

Festival Elects
2005 Officers
The Courier learned at
deadline Tuesday who will
serve the Florida Strawberry
Festival as officers in 2005.
Johnny Dean Page will
succeed Ken Lucas as presi-
dent. Gary L. Boothe is vice
president, Mike Sparkman is
secretary and Ron Gainey is
treasurer.

Driver's License:
Don't Leave
Home Without It
Don't be surprised if you
see the Florida Highway
Patrol blocking your path on
area roads this month.
Troopers will be out
conducting driver's license
and vehicle checkpoints
through April 30, and there's
a long list of Plant City roads
that are fair game, according
to information released by
the FHP last week.
Here's a rundown:
Moores Lake Road
McIntosh Road north of
US 92
Forbes Road
Taylor Road south of US
92


Charlie Taylor Road north
of US 92
Pine Street south of State
Road 574
South Dover Road south
of State Road 574
Turkey Creek Road
Thonotosassa Road


Knights Griffin Road
Williams Road
Sam Allen Road
Highway 39
Wheeler Road
Sydney Dover Road
Trapnell and Jap Tucker
roads

The Arts Council
Has A Ball
The Arts Council of Plant
City is gearing up for its
annual gala, The Arts Council
Ball, a black-tie optional affair
featuring fine dining and
entertainers
from across the
state.
The event is
set for April 17 at
7 p.m. at the Red
Rose Ballroom in
Ramada Inn
Almodovar Plantation
House, 2011 N.


Wheeler St.
Proceeds from the event,
which includes an art auction
and a chance drawing, go to
support the arts council's
scholarship fund.
Accordifig to
Cheryl Worsham,
the event's
chairwoman, the
V' organization
must sell 100
tickets to break
Chiarmonte even. As of
March 30, only
10 tickets had been sold.
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would "lose a considerable
sum of money that would be
designated for scholarships"
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See DIGEST, Page 18


Collins Street Land Deal Stalls


SELLER REFUSES TO

SIGN, HAWTHORNE SAYS
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
The land deal that almost wasn't still isn't
done and may be headed for court.
Plant City businessman David Hawthorne
was supposed to close last week on the property
he plans to purchase from Dennis Spurlock,
but as of The Courier's Tuesday afternoon
deadline, Spurlock had refused to sign off on
the deal, Hawthorne said.
The property, in the 100 block of South
Collins Street in the historic district, was the
site of the huge fire Feb. 21 that ravaged four
businesses, then spread to the Olde Village
Shoppes, owned by Hawthorne and his wife,
Vicki.
"We came ready, willing and able to close,"
Hawthorne said Tuesday. "Right now we're
weighing our options."
One of those options could be a lawsuit to
make Spurlock honor his contract, Hawthorne
said.
Tampa attorney John Olson is representing
Hawthorne in the deal. Olson said Tuesday that
he had sent the contract to Spurlock, who then
hired Plant City attorney Bruce Sperry. Olson
contacted Sperry April 4 to find out the status.
"He said he didn't have anything for me,"
Olson said, adding that Sperry didn't give any
further details. "Obviously we're troubled by
that."
Spurlock did not return calls seeking com-
ment. Sperry confirmed that he is representing
Spurlock but declined further comment.
Hawthorne said he was surprised that Spur-
lock is refusing to close the deal.


"I thought I gave him what he wanted," Haw-
thorne said.
The deal between Spurlock and Hawthorne
became a public, spectacle last month when
Hawthorne and another developer, Ed Verner,
decided to become partners in a deal to pur-
chase the property in order to save the mural
painted nearly 30 years ago by artist John
Briggs. The mural, painted on the southern
wall of the former office of attorney Jim Buzbee
at Collins and Martin Luther King Jr. Street,
survived the fire relatively unscathed.
Spurlock was required by law to clear the
property and indicated he didn't plan to save
the mural.
Hawthorne and Spurlock hammered the
deal out last month with the help of city Com-
missioner John Dicks, who acted as mediator
when it appeared talks had broken down. Haw-
thorne had been angered when Spurlock
turned around to ask for more money after the
two had made a verbal agreement for a lower
amount.
Verner described Spurlock's tactics as "hold-
ing us hostage with the threat of demolition."
Eventually, Hawthorne and Spurlock struck
a deal, putting a last-minute end to a drama
that had contractors on the site ready to knock
the wall down.
Hawthorne has not disclosed how much he
and Verner agreed to pay for the 10,000-square-
foot parcel, but said it was "significantly more
than market value." Property in the downtown
area can range from $7 to $12 per square foot.
Hawthorne has architect Stephanie Ferrell of
Tampa drawing up plans for the building that
will replace the Olde Village Shoppes. Plans call
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Keep religion

out of

government

The United States of
America was founded on the
principle of religious freedom.
Many immigrants came to
America to escape religious
persecution. In Europe and
elsewhere, government and
religion were entangled in an
unhealthy way.
To ensure a healthy
democracy and freedom from
religious domination, our
founders agreed that the
institutions of religion and
government must never be
entangled.
The free exercise clause of
the First Amendment guaran-
tees that every individual is free
to choose and practice their
own religion or no religion. The
First Amendment establish-





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ment clause guarantees that no
religion or religious doctrine
would be endorsed or favored
by government.
Because of these guaran-
tees, America is the most
religiously diverse nation in
the world. The principle of the
separation of religion and
government has helped to
ensure every individual's
freedom of thought and belief
and has helped maintain a
healthy democracy. For more
than 200 years, the Supreme
Court and lower courts have
maintained that separation. It
is the law of the land.
When one of the many
versions of the Ten Com-
mandments of the Abrahamic
tradition or any other display
of religious doctrine is
allowed on public property,
especially at courthouses
where we expect impartial
justice, the most honored
American freedom is violated.
Ernest Klaber
Lakeland


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Campaign Contributions Raise Questions


By JERRY LOFSTROM
With the departure of
longtime mayor and political
icon Michael Sparkman from
the Plant City political scene,
the race is on for political
power and influence in Plant
City.
Like breathing is a natural
occurrence in your life so is
power and influence in the
life of a politician.
But there is something
disturbing when Commis-
sioher Rick Lott goes hunting
for political power and
influence armed with the
ammo of the almighty dollar.
In last Tuesday's election
for city commissioner, Liesta
Sykes versus Robert Brown,
Lott chose to deal himself into
their sphere of influence by
giving both candidates $500
each for their respective
campaigns.


But should Lott's
"philanthropic generosity"
be used to buy political
influence and power?

One has to wonder why
Lott would pledge money to
two candidates, each with
conflicting political points of
view, each endorsee vying for
one chair next to him on the
city commission.
What was he thinking? The
perception alone of a conflict
of interest is enough to create
a suspicion of wrongdoing
and undermines public
confidence in Plant City
government.
Is there a Nobel Prize of
naivete?
Commissioner Lott is a
public-spirited, civic-minded
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and influence in Plant City
has become a "rat race" and
in a rat race guess who always
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8 THE COURIER + APRIL 7, 2005


F AM LLY_


LIV I NG


ENGAGEMENTS


Special to The Courier
Roy Wise tickles the keys at the East Hillsborough Historical Society's appreciation dinner held for
the volunteers who worked the society's strawberry shortcake booth at the Strawberry Festival.



A Meal WellDeserved


I'm wondering when
Marsha Passmore's mother,
Dora Beveard, is going to
open an Italian restaurant.
Those who helped make
the East Hillsborough Histori-
cal Society strawberry short-
cake booth a record success
were treated to a delicious
spaghetti dinner last week,
cooked by Dora.
Roy Wise, provided the
entertainment (as well as
strong arms at festival time).
Now we know he is not only a
"Roy of all trades" but also a
talented pianist.
Shelby Bender expressed
thanks to everyone and while
I can't name all those who put
in long hours and exercised
their stemming and shortcake
making skills, I do want to
mention Dennis Inlow, who
went beyond the call of volun-
teer duty and gave up his
vacation to help with the
heavy work like carting and


Columnist

lifting gallons of berries.
Dennis' wife, Brenda, who
works for the society at the
1914 Community Center, kept
a keen eye on the budget,
which helped make it a
record-breaking success. All
proceeds this year will go to
restoring the Cone Room and
the Banquet Room.
I'm told next month is


Historic Preservation Month -
the society's postcards should
be available at the end of May.
I've seen a preview and they
are beautiful.

Neighborhood
association forming
Residents in the historic
district of East Wheeler
recently met at the home of
Nancy and Kevin Kirkwood to
form a neighborhood associa-
tion.
"So many residents are
making improvements on
their homes and we want to
see our investments pro- .
tected," Nancy Kirkwood said.
She and neighbor Terri
Carlson decided to get the ball
rolling. More than 20
attended the meeting and
expressed their concerns,
including the industrial
zoning adjacent to the
See BRIGGS, Page 14


COMMUNITY ROUNDUP


Morgan-Powell
Gary and Jane Morgan of
Plant City announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Rebecca Elizabeth, to Whitney
Frank Powell, the son of Frank
and Georgia Powell of Dahlo-
nega, Ga., and Hilda Powell of
Flowery Branch, Ga.
The bride-elect is a 1998
graduate of Plant City High
School and a 2002 graduate of
Florida State University. She is
employed by Kraft Foods as a
sales representative in
Atlanta.
The prospective groom is a
1992 graduate of Forsyth
Central High School in Cum-
ming, Ga. He works in man-
agement for Publix
Supermarkets in Atlanta.
A June 25 wedding is

Dees-D'Avignon
Ed and Karen Dees of Plant
City announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Emily
Reend, to James D'Avignon,
the son of Rick and Donna
Lauer of Plant City.
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of Plant City High School
and currently attends Florida
Southern College in Lakeland
where she is majoring in ele-
mentary education. She is
employed by the Hillsborough
County Public Defender's
Office in Plant City.
The prospective groom is a
graduate of Durant High
School and currently attends
the Iron Workers Local 397
Apprenticeship Program in
Tampa. He is employed by
Central Maintenance and
Welding in Lithia.


April Brightwell
and Elmer Monroe


Whitney Powell
and Rebecca Morgan
planned at 6 p.m. at the Ante-
bellum Plantation's Formal
Gardens in Stone Mountain,
Ga.

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James D'Avignon
and Emily Dees
A June wedding is planned
at the First Presbyterian
Church of Plant City, after
both graduate from school in
May.
Brightwell-Monroe
John and Sharon Brightwell
of Dover announce the
engagement of their daughter,
April Lynne, to Elmer "Bubba"
Monroe, the son of Elmer and
Marie Monroe of Tampa.
The bride-elect is a student
at the University of South
Florida.
The prospective groom
works as a cabinet carpenter
for Ciara Designs.
An April 30 wedding is
planned at 5 p.m. at First
Baptist Church of Dover.


Unity seeks yard sale donations
Unity in the Community, whose mission is to
feed Plant City's hungry, seeks donations for its
upcoming yard sale in May. No clothing.
Call: Joyce Jordan, 752-1275.

Blood drives
BloodNet USA will sponsor the following
blood drives:
Walden Lake Golf Club, 2001 Club House
Drive, April 5 from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.
James Hardie Building Products, 809 S.
Woodard Wilson St., April 7 from 2:30 to 6 p.m.
Townsgate Apartments, 1211 Goldfinch
Drive, April 8 from 2:30 to 5 p.m.
C.F. Industries, Highway 39 North, April 8
from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union,
1905 Alexander St., April 8 from 2:30 to 5 p.m.
Turkey Creek Assembly of God, 3805
Turkey Creek Road, April 10 from 9 a.m. to 12:
30 p.m.
Strawberry Classic Car Show, McCall Park,
April 16 from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Call: 1-800-683-8355.

African-American Male Achievers
The Junior Elite Woman's Club of Plant City
will sponsor the African-American Male


Achievers Scholarship Program May 15 at 5
p.m. at Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist
Church, 911 E. Warren St.
The young men ages 14 to 19 will be intro-
duced with a brief synopsis of their achieve-
ments, contributions and accomplishments.
For more information or to sponsor a youth,
call Sharon Moody at 453-7134.

Mature drivers wanted
An AARP "55 Alive" driver safety class will be
offered April 20-21 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N. Alex-
ander St.
Call: 754-4444.

Learning Center now enrolling
First Baptist Learning Center and Preschool,
402 N. Collins St., is now enrolling children
ages 2 to those completing fifth grade for its
summer program. Registration is also taking
place for the 2005-06 preschool program.
Call: 754-1773.

YMCA yard sale
The Plant City Family YMCA and Youth
Extension Site, 1507 YMCA Place, will host a
yard sale April 23-24.
Call: 757-6677.


WEDDINGS

Fox-Reese
Angela Nicole Fox and Kil-
patrick Dwayne Reese were
married March 26 at Sales
Park.
The single-ring ceremony
was performed by Cathy
Long.
Maid of honor was Kym
Fountain, sister-in-law of the
bride.
Best man was Jessie
Williams, stepfather of the
groom.
Other attendants were
family and friends of the bride
and groom.
The reception followed the
ceremony at Sales Park.


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APRIL 7, 2005 THE COURIER 9


IN UNIFORM


Albright
Army Pfc. Jacob W. Albright has
graduated from basic infantry train-
ing at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga.
Albright is a 2002 graduate of Bloo-
mingdale High School. He is the son
of Lea Albright of Dover.

Duperrault
Marine Corps Pfc. Bruce M. Duper-
rault recently graduated from the
Cannon Crewman Course while
assigned with Marine Detachment,
U.S. Army Field Artillery School, Fort
Sill, Okla. He is a 2002 graduate of
Durant High School.

Florence
l Air Force Airman
Steven A. Florence
has graduated from
basic military train-
t ing at Lackland Air
L. Force Base, San
L. ." Antonio, Texas.
Florence is a 2004
- graduate of Plant
City High School.
Florence He is the son of
Kristi Florence and
the grandson of Edward Florence
both of Plant City.

Gilmore
Army Spec. Mark D. Gilmore has
earned the Army Commendation


Medal for serving in Iraq.
The medal is awarded to individu-
als who, while serving in any capacity
with the Army, have distinguished
themselves by acts of heroism,
meritorious achievement or
meritorious service.
He is a 1993 graduate of Blooming-
dale Senior High School.
He is the son of Charles F. and Dixie
D. Gilmore of Plant City.

Gmeiner
Army Pvt. Ernest M. Gmeiner has
graduated from basic combat train-
ing at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
He is a 2004 graduate of Plant City
High School.
Gmeiner is the son of Betzaida and
Ernst Gmeiner of Plant City.

Green
Army Pfc. Richard L. Green Jr. has
graduated from the Light-wheeled
Vehicle Mechanic advanced
individual training course at Fort
Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
Green is a 2004 graduate of Mul-
berry High School. He is the son of
Andrea L. Turner of Plant City and
grandson of P. Turner of Lakeland.

Griffin
Air Force Airman Amanda R. Griffin
has graduated from basic training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio,


Texas. Griffin is a 2003 graduate of
Moniteau High School in West Sun-
bury, Pa.
She is the daughter of Patrick Grif-
fin of Plant City and Teresa Montiel-
Brown of Grove City, Pa.

Harrell
Air Force Airman
Brandon P. Harrell
has graduated from
basic training at
Lackland Air Force
Base, San Antonio,
i3e| ~Texas.
Harrell is a 2004
graduate of Plant City
S.. .. High School.
Harrell He is the son of
Brenda Bane of Plant
City and Ronald Har-
rell of Lakeland.

Kirkland
Navy Seaman Joshua F. Kirkland
recently participated in New Hori-
zons, a humanitarian assistance exer-
cise in Haiti, while assigned to the
amphibious assault ship USS Saipan,
homeported in Norfolk, Va.
Kirkland is a 2003 graduate of
Durant High School of Plant City. He
joined the Navy in September 2004.
He is the son of Jill Marie Abrams
and Jack D. Kirkland, both of Plant
City.


CLUB NOTES

Woman's Club meets
The Woman's Club of Plant City will
meet April 12 at the clubhouse, 1110 N.
Wheeler St. A social hour at 10:30 a.m.
will be followed by the meeting at 11.
RSVP: 752-7778.

UDC to meet
The Plant City 1931 United Daugh-
ters of the Confederacy will meet April
16 at 10 a.m. at the 1914 High School,
605 N. Collins St.
District director June Godfrey will
speak. The book "The Confederate
Diaries of Betty Herndon Maury" will
be the program. Godfrey's husband's
family is connected to the Maury
family.
Call: Carole, 759-0078.

Home and Community Education
The Hillsborough Association for
Home and Community Education
seeks members.
HCE partners with the Hillsborough
County Extension Service to better
serve Hillsborough County residents
and host the adult Neighborhood Vil-
lage competition at the Strawberry
Festival, make "ouch" dolls to give to
children receiving medical care, make
baby quilts and neonatal caps, and
provide scholarships to 4-H members.
Cubs are active in Temple Terrace,
Ruskin, Plant City and Riverview.
Call: Lisa Leslie, 744-5519, Ext. 143.


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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Dover S. Doter Rd & Douwing 51,
659-2600

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Allen Chapel: 1109 F. Laura St.
'52-'389
Mount Olive: 1113 W. Madison St
Mount Oli.e: Horton Rd.
"3"-2628

APOSTOLIC
.4samblea .postolica:
1501 Colson Rd, '3'-3496
Apostolir Church
ofiesus Christ:
1212 V: Reynolds, 1"'-5130

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant life: Pinecrest Rd.
Lithia, 685-4240
Bethanr: 980s Harney Rd.
rhonotosassa. 986-51"
Calran fellowship:
10 N. Gordon St. '52-5005
Dover first: SR 5'C & Petite Rd.
689-03.;3
Faith Femple: 1-4 at Hillsborough-
Polk (ount line., "52-0532
Faith Lighthouse:
3409 SR 39 N. 752-1885
First Plant City:
Charlie Griffin Rd,
W of SR 39 S, 752-3351
Fort Alafla: 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 Alafaf Church Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd, 737-3240
Berea: SR 39 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: SR39 5, 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 Moriah Freewill:
Warren &Johnson St, 754-4397
Mount Moriab 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
Shilob Baptist Church:
905W 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 SJR. 60E., 737-3668
St. Mary's Community 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 GranfleldAve,
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.,
Seffner, 657-7500
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
-71,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 forJesus 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:
CovillaRd, WofSR39N.
Revival Outreach Center:
225 N. Dover Rd, 681-2250

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:
3202 N. Maryland Ave, 752-3345

LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church of esus Christ IDS:
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 (enter:
Meets at Seffner Elementary School,
657-7914
Kainos International
churchh of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. '64-0929
Greater Love Christian (enter:
1109 N. Franklin St, 759-8270
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E. Hillsborough Ave,
754-2674
Unity Christ Church:
1911N. Gordon St, 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worship
Center: U.S. 92 E

ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Ukrainian Orthodox
Church: 3820 Moores Lake Rd,
Dover, 659-0123

PENTECOSTAL
Christian Life Assembly:
3120 S. Miller Rd., 657-4802
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 SR574, 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


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


First United
Methodist
Church of
Plant City
303 N. Ever S'treet
DoRwntown Plant City
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754-3519
WORSHIP HOURS
8:00 am Chapel Communion
Service
9:00 am Contemporary Worship
In The Wesley Centre
10:00 am Sunday School
(Children Adult)
11:00 am Traditional Worship In
The Sanctuary
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Jews for Jesus
Greg Savbitt of Jews for
Jesus will speak April 10 at the
8:15 and 10: 15 a.m. worship
services at First Baptist Church
of Dover, 3223 Gallagher
Road.
Call: 719-2273.
Faith-based Alliance
The Tampa Bay Area Faith-
based Alliance will present
information on faith-based
initiatives and grant resources
April 19 at 7 p.m. at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLen-
don St.
Churches and non profit
organizations are welcome to
attend this event sponsored
by Somebody Cares Plant
City.
Call: Norm Blanton, 752-
4671.
Women's course
First Baptist Church of Plant
City will offer a six-week
course titled "The Frazzled
Female," for women who feel
overwhelmed, stressed out,
and in need of fresh hope and
enthusiasm.
The class will be taught on


Friday mornings at 9 a.m.
beginning April 8, and Sunday
evenings at 5 p.m. beginning
April 24. A study guide that
accompanies the course is
$10.
Call: 752-4104.
Lord of Life events
Lord of Life Lutheran
Church, 2014 Mud Lake Road,
will host a special outdoor
contemporary worship service
April 10 at the 8:30 a.m. to cel-
ebrate the work of Lutheran
Outdoor Ministries of Florida.
The church plans a Cinco de
Mayo celebration for April 29
at 5:30 p.m. The Youth-In-
Action organization will host a
special dinner at the church in
celebration of the traditional
May 5 holiday. A free-will
offering will be accepted; pro-
ceeds will go to benefit the San
Jose Mission.
Call: 752-6064.
Shiloh Baptist Church
Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104
W. Cason St., offers Sunday
school for all ages on Sundays
at 9 a.m.; Sunday worship
services at 10:15 a.m. and 6
p.m.; and Wednesday night
worship at 6:15 p.m. Activities
for children and students start
at 6 p.m. Call: 752-8345.


DEATHS


Barber
Harry E. "Ed" Barber Jr., 70, of Valrico died
March 26.
He was a lifelong resident of Valrico and
served in the U.S. Navy.
He was a stationary steam engineer.
He is survived by his wife, Jeanette; three
sons, Wiley Faircloth of Durant, Skipper of
Ocala and Junior of Riverview; five daughters,
Melody Porter of Springhill, Cindy Johnson of
Brandon, Nanette Taylor of Oklahoma City,
Okla., Liz Rutter of Brooksville, and Tammy
Braglin of Tennessee; a brother, Tommy of
Tampa; three sisters, Arlene Vibbert of Bran-
don, Evelyn Davis of Tampa and Delores Reedy
of Zephyrhills; 16 grandchildren; and 18 great-
grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Chambers
Martha R. Chambers, 81, of Plant City died
March 25.
She was born in Alamo, Ga., and was a long-
time resident of Plant City. She was a retired
house parent for McDonalds Training Center.
She is survived by a son, Carl Wiggins of
Plant City; two stepsons, Jerry of Mulberry and
Jimmy of California; a stepdaughter, Diana of
Brandon; and numerous grandchildren and
great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Elliott
Frank C. Elliott, 68, of Lakeland died March


26. He was a lifelong resident of Plant City and
a citrus worker.
He is survived by a son., Richard of Lakeland;
a daughter, Bertie Wright of West Palm Beach;
two brothers, Joseph Williams of Trenton and
Ervin Williams of Plant City; three sisters, Betty
Stanton, Odessa Davis and Alyce Simmons, all
of Lakeland; two grandchildren; and two great-
grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.
Harris
The Rev. Almer G. Harris, 88, of Plant City
died March 23. He was born in Toronto and
came here from Canada 18 years ago.
He was a pastor for more than 60 years,
having served as pastor for Pleasant Grove
Assembly of God Church for the past 18 years.
He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth; two
sons, David of North Carolina and Philip of
Springfield, Mo.; a sister, Alice Anderson of
Ontario, Canada; 21 grandchildren; and 17
great-grandchilden. Hopewell Funeral Home.
Hollister
Doris Hollister, 64, of Seffner died March 25.
She is survived by her husband, Dick, and
their children and family.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.
Kelly
Grace E. Bruton Kelly, 85, of Plant City died
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RELAY
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Rodgers, who along with Sara
Linda also is acting as co-chair
of team recruitment this year.
Jodi Smith, chairwoman of
the seventh annual event, said
Rodgers was perfect for the
honorary title.
"He's well worthy of it,"
Smith said. "It just seemed
natural."
Members of the Plant City
Relay for several years, the
Rodgers have worked hard
this year to recruit teams for
the event, with nearly 60 on
the roster, Smith said. But
organizers are not finished
and seek more teams to help
put more feet on the track and
more money in the pot.
Last year, the event fell just
shy of its goal to raise $145,000.
Organizers hope to reach the
$150,000 mark this year.
"I think we're going to make
our goal, but we need help,"
Smith said.
Opening ceremonies begin
at 6 p.m., with closing ceremo-
nies at 11 a.m. the next day.
In between, team members
make their way around the
school's track to help raise
money for cancer research.
They ask for pledges before
the event.
Teams set up camp nearby,
and members not on the track
enjoy fellowship while raising
money through various enter-
prises such as food and drink
sales.
A luminaria ceremony,
where candles are lit and
placed around the track in
memory of cancer victims, is a
highlight of the event. It's
slated for 9 p.m. this year.
This year's theme is "team-
ing up" against cancer, and
teams will be dressed up to
honor their favorite sports
team.
Those who haven't attended
a Relay should make it a prior-
ity, Rodgers said. It's relevant
to anyone who has been
affected in some way by
cancer, and today few people
haven't been. More than 1.3
million people will be diag-
nosed with the disease in 2005,
according to the American
Cancer Society.
While cancer will kill more
than 570,000 people this year,
survival rates are climbing,
with the five-year survival rate


DAVE BUYENS/file photo
Corina Morales, left, Jenny Watson, Garrett Watson and Jackie Watson sit by the luminaria honoring a lost loved one at the 2004
event.


at 64 percent, up from 50 per-
cent just 20 years ago, the ACS
reports.
With so many diagnoses
and so many survivors, even a
small city such as Plant City
can have a large number of
people who are either living
with the disease or who have
conquered it.
That was put into stark relief
for Rodgers when he attended
for the first time in 2001 at the
invitation of Ruby Jean
Redman, whose husband, Jim,
a Plant City attorney and
former Florida lawmaker, is a
survivor himself.
"I was awestricken," he said.
"The luminaries were beauti-
ful, and we were shocked by
the number of people who
were survivors."

Surviving the 'C' word
Rodgers' road to survivor
status began in early 2000.
When the former Hills-
borough County school
principal found blood in his
stool, he thought it was just a


passing health problem and
didn't say anything for a
couple of weeks.
When Sara Linda found out,
she "hit the ceiling," she said.
"I said, 'You get your buns
to a doctor,'" she said. Within
a week, Rodgers was under-
going tests at South Florida
Baptist Hospital. Doctors
found and removed several
polyps.
Sara Linda found herself
asking doctors if she should
expect the worst.
"You can't even say the
word cancer," she said. "You
hear about it but you think it's
not supposed to happen to
your family."
A few weeks later, Rodgers
was in surgery to remove part
of his colon. The cancer had
not spread to his lymph
nodes.
Still, doctors recommended
chemotherapy, and Rodgers
endured treatment once a
week for six months. The
chemo drug doctors gave him,
called 5FU, had less severe


side effects and doesn't make
patients lose their hair. It was
developed with funds from
the American Cancer Society,
Rodgers said, and likely from
money raised from Relays for
Life.
Last month, he celebrated
five years cancer-free. He said
he was able to keep a positive
outlook because he knew he
was "under God's care," and'
owes his wife his life because
she made sure he got to the
doctor in time to catch his
condition in the early stages.
But Rodgers said he also
knows who else deserves
credit, and to show his appre-
ciation, he has increased his
involvement with Relay for
Life with each passing year.
"I guess I'll always be
grateful to the American
Cancer Society," he said.
That five-year mark is a
huge milestone for cancer sur-
vivors. If the disease hasn't
returned by then, the chances
that it will are much lower,
said Gregg Gutowski, a Plant


City physician who has first-
hand experience with the dis-
ease.
Gutowski was diagnosed
with head and neck cancer in
2002. Surgery and chemo and
radiation therapy have left
him cancer-free for nearly
three years. He served as hon-1
orary chairman of the Plant
City Relay in 2003.
Gutowski said the :endur-
ance aspect of the Relay for"
Life is an apt metaphor for a
patient's fight with cancer.
"The length of it goes with'
the theme that cancer never
quits," Gutowski said. "It's an
ongoing battle that keeps hit-
ting you every day. It contin-
ues to affect you even when
you're cured."
There is still time to form a
team or for individuals who
would like to participate to be
placed on a team, Smith said.
For more information, call her
at 754-3703 or 757-8574, or
Michelle Bass of the American
Cancer Society at 685-0670,
Ext. 112.


CALENDAR
Continued From Page 3


Bingo
The American Legion Post at High-
way 92 at Woodrow Wilson Street
offers bingo games Saturday nights.
Early birds start at 7 p.m. Jackpot: $250.
Benefits scholarships.
Call: 757-6479.

TUESDAY
Kindergarten roundup
Walden Lake Elementary School,
2800 Turkey Creek Road, plans a kin-
dergarten roundup April 12 at 8:30
a.m. in the school's multi-purpose
room.
A tour of the classrooms will follow
orientation. Children 5 years old on or
before Sept. 1 can register. Bring you
child's birth certificate, immunization
records, recent physical, Social Secu-
rity number and proof of residence.
Call: 757-9433.

HCC open house
Hillsborough Community College
Plant City campus, 1206 N. Park Road,


will host an open house April 12 from
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Representatives will be on hand
from such areas as admissions,
financial aid, advising, the Honors
Institute and various academic pro-
grams.
Call: 757-2102.

Raiderette Auxiliary tryouts
The Plant City High School Band
Raiderette Auxiliary will have an infor-
mational meeting regarding tryouts for
the 2005-06 season April 12 at 6 p.m. in
the band room.
Call: Tammy Castagno, 752-6111.

PLAN AHEAD
Woman's Club plans picnic
The Woman's Club of Plant City will
host a bunco party and picnic honor-
ing the Junior Woman's Club on April
14 at 6:30 p.m. at Robin Hagaman's
Carriage Run farm, 120 S. Wiggins
Road.


RSVP: 752-6566 or 719-1210.

School dedication ceremony
The principal, staff and students of
Simmons Career Center, 1202 W. Grant
St., invite supporters, friends and
neighbors to attend the center's dedi-
cation ceremony April 15 at 10 a.m.
Call: 707-7430.

Church youth plan garage sale
The youth at Bethany Baptist
Church, 3409 Cork Road, will host a
garage sale April 16 from 7 a.m. until
everything is sold.
All proceeds will go toward helping
the youth pay their way to summer
camp.

Church plans yard sale
First Baptist Church of Pleasant
Grove, 7725 S. Turkey Creek Road in
Durant, plans a churchwide spring
cleaning yard sale April 16 from 8 a.m.
to 1 p.m.
Call: 737-2556.


Family reunion
All descendants of James Tugelo and
Carrie Dowdy Rogers are invited to a
family reunion April 16 from 11 a.m. to
8 p.m. at the Dover Civic Club, 2820
Gallagher Road in Dover.
Call: 689-2981 or 659-2650.

Charity golf tournament
The 4th annual charity golf tourna-
ment to benefit Adam Alexander of
Plant City is set for April 16 at Sum-
merfield Crossings Golf Club. Check in
at 11:30 a.m.; shotgun start at 1 p.m.
Cancer of the spinal column has left
Alexander in a wheelchair.
Call: 610-6800.

Springhead School reunion
The annual Springhead Strawberry
School reunion is set for April 16 in the
school lunchroom, 3208 S. Nesmith
Road.
Arrive at 2 p.m. for fellowship; a cov-
ered-dish dinner will be served at 4:30
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Each year, the Florida Strawberry
Festival hosts several shows and con-
tests ranging from art to steer to horti-
culture. Here's a rundown of the
official results the Festival has pro-
vided:

Photography contest winners
The photography contest is spon-
sored by Spivey Concessions. The win-
ners are:
Division Color
Best of Show: Peggy Farkas of
Plant City.
# Animals: 1. Nanette Belli of Plant
City. 2. Sharon Tolly of Tampa. Merit
awards: Leon Robinson Jr. of Valrico,
Angela Witherington of Temple Ter-
race.
Human: 1. Jarrod Eubank of
Tampa. 2. William Keene of Plant City,
$25 and rosette. Merit awards: Ste-
phanie Hess of Zephyrhills, Melissa
Gill of Plant City.
Miscellaneous: 1. Elizabeth Regis-
ter of Lakeland. 2. Stephanie Hess of
Zephyrhills. Merit awards: Tonya
Watson of Plant City, Peggy Farkas of
Plant City.
Places: 1. Bonnie Shedd of Winter
Haven. 2. Jessica McDonald of Plant
City. Merit awards: Elizabeth Register
of Lakeland, CarolAnn Mathis of Plant
City; Richard Bell of Lakeland.
Plants: 1. Roberta Humphrey of
Tampa. 2. Rebekah Smith of Tampa.
Merit awards: Anne St. Charles of
Plant City, Elizabeth Register of Lake-
land.
Theme: 1. Elizabeth Register of
Lakeland. 2. Nita Tillis of Lithia. Merit
awards: Kirk MacGirvin of Plant City,
Karen Barbee of Plant City.
Division Black and white
Best of Show: Kendra Fry of Bran-
don.
*Animals: 1. Sharon Tolly of Tampa.
2. Harvey Hall of Zephyrhills.
Humans: 1. Pat Adams of Tampa.
2. Rebecca Sheppard of Valrico. Merit
awards: Stacie Lynn of Plant City,
Anne St. Charles of Plant City; Angela
Witherington of Temple Terrace.
Miscellaneous: 1. Karen Barbee of
Plant City. 2. Tina Peachy of Lakeland.
Merit award: Angela Michael of River-
view.
Places: 1. Karla Upton of Valrico. 2.
Margie Phillips of Riverview Merit
awards: Janet Harris of Brandon, Clay
Hartsell of Brandon.
Plants: 1. Bonnie Shedd of Winter
Haven. 2. Elizabeth Register of Lake-
land. Merit awards: Anne St. Charles of
Plant City, Janet Harris of Brandon.
Theme: 1. Nita Tillis of Lithia.
Division Digital
# Best of Show: Will Davis of Plant
City.
Animals: 1. Leon Robinson Jr. of
Valrico. 2. Dawson Mobley of Valrico.
Merit awards: Kaity McClure of Val-
rico, Stanley Patterson of Lithia.


Humans: 1. Amber Davis of Plant
City. 2. Charleene Closshey of Plant
City. Merit awards: Anne St. Charles of
Plant City, Angela Witherington of
Temple Terrace.
Miscellaneous: 1. Sinclair Bishop
of Winter Haven. 2. Jennifer Closshey
of Plant City. Merit awards: Daniel
Gentry of Tampa, Amy Tull of Wesley
Chapel.
Places: 1. Cheryl Sackett of Valrico.
2. Charleene Closshey of Plant City.
Merit awards: Sharon Tolly of Tampa,
Clay Hartsell of Brandon.
Plants: 1. Stanley Patterson of
Lithia. 2. Dawson Mobley of Valrico.
Merit awards: Jessica McDonald of
Plant City, Peggy Farkas of Plant City.
Theme: 1. Will Davis of Plant City.
2. Charleene Closshey of Plant City.

Horticulture Show
The winners of the 2005 Plant City
Garden Club Horticulture Show are:
Adult
Best in Show: Joyce Pedersen of
Plant City.
Best in Show, hanging basket: Rose
Taylor of Seffner.
Bromeliad Award: Jan Griffin of
Plant City.
Cactus Award: Joyce Pollicina of
Tampa.
Dish Garden Award: Joyce Polli-
cina of Tampa.
Succulent Award: Lev Stone of
Plant City.
Merit awards: Mark Headley, Lev
Stone, Lisa Strange and Jan Griffin, all
of Plant City.
Sweepstakes: Jan Griffin and Mark
Headley, both of Plant City.
Intermediate Gardeners
Sweepstakes: Garret DeReus of
Brandon.
Hanging Basket Award: Aspen
Upthegrove of Plant City.
Bromeliad Award: Amber Blood-
worth of Plant City.
Cactus Award: Stephanie Hale of
Plant City.
Succulent Award: Garret DeReus
of Brandon.
Merit award: Garret DeReus of
Brandon.
Junior Award Winners
Best in Show: Tyler Kernohan of
Valrico.
Hanging Basket: Jared Upthegrove
of Plant City.
Bromeliad Award: Clarissa Ash-
worth of Plant City.
Succulent Award: Ryan Dukes of
Plant City.
Cactus Award: Tyler Kernohan of
Valrico.
Dish Garden Award: Stanton Cook
of Plant City.
Sweepstakes: Jared Upthegrove of
Plant City.
Merit awards: Hunter Wooden of
Seffner, and Lance Daubach and
Jeremy Gibbs, both of Plant City.


Youth Parade winners
The following awards were given at
the 32nd annual Florida Strawberry
Festival Youth Parade:
Club/Group Float. 1. Cork Elemen-
tary. 2. Hillsborough County Parks,
Recreation and Conservation Depart-
ment. 3. J.S. Robinson Elementary
School.
Church Floats: 1. Calvary Fellow-
ship Assembly of God. 2. Lord of Life
Lutheran. 3. St. Clements Youth
Group.
Marching Units: 1. Let's Twirl. 2.
Hillsborough County Twirlettes. 3.
Patrick Patriots Twirling.
Bands: 1. Eisenhower Middle
School. 2. Burns Middle School. 3.
Mann Middle School.

Dairy Show results
The winners of the 2005 Dairy Show
are:
*Ayshire breed: Class 1: Junior Heifer,
Savannah Busciglio. Class 2: Interme-
diate Heifer, Austin Salter. Class 4:
Winter Yearling, Cameron Salter.
Class 5: Junior Yearling, MatthewVogt.
Class 6: Senior Yearling, Stacey
Bridges. Class 7: Junior Champion,
Austin Salter. Class 8: Reserve Junior
Champion, Cameron Salter. Class 9:
2-year-olds, Savannah Busciglio. Class
10: 3-year-olds, Serena Churchwell.
Class 11: 4 years and older, Chassity
Gladney. Class 12: Senior Champion,
Serena Churchwell. Class 13: Reserve
Senior Champion, Savannah Buscig-
lio. Class 14: Grand Champion, Serena
Churchwell. Class 15: Reserve Grand
Champion, Savannah Busciglio.
Brown Swiss breed: Class 1: Junior
Heifer, Emily Hoy. Class 2: Intermedi-
ate Heifer, Chanse Huggins. Class 3:
Senior Heifer, Chanse Huggins. Class
4: Winter Yearling, Hannah Huggins.
Class 5: Junior Yearling, Brandy
McHenry. Class 6: Senior Yearling:
Chanse Huggins. Class 7: Junior
Champion, Chanse Huggins. Class 8:
Reserve Junior Champion, Chanse
Huggins. Class 9: 2-year-old, Hannah
Huggins. Class 11: 4 years and older,
Hannah Huggins. Class 12: Senior
Champion, Hannah Huggins. Class
13: Reserve Senior Champion, Hannah
Huggins. Class 14: Grand Champion,
Hannah Huggins. Class 15: Reserve
Grand Champion, Chanse Huggins.
Guernsey breed: Class 3: Senior
Heifer, Emily Hoy. Class 6: Senior
Yearling, Savannah Busciglio. Class 7:
Junior Champion, Emily Hoy. Class 8:
Reserve Junior Champion, Savannah
Busciglio. Class 9: 2-year-old, Stacey
Bridges. Class 10: 3-year-old, Chris-
tina McHenry. Class 11: 4 years old
and older, Serena Churchwell. Class
12: Senior Champion, Serena Church-
well. Class 13: Reserve Senior
Champion: Christina McHenry. Class
14: Grand Champion, Serena Church-
well. Class 15: Reserve Grand


Champion, Christina McHenry.
Holstein breed: Class 1: Junior
Heifer, Keegan Lee. Class 2: Intermedi-
ate Heifer, Brianna Smith. Class 3:
Senior Heifer, Brandon Carey. Class 4:
Winter Yearling, Austin Salter. Class 5:
Junior Yearling, Kaley Brooks. Class 6:
Senior Yearling, Erin Carey. Class 7:
Junior Champion, Erin Carey. Class 8:
Reserve Junior Champion, Brandon
Carey. Class 9: 2-year-old, Joanna
Mason. Class 10: 3-year-old. JoeyNeel.
Class 11: 4 years old and older, Joey
Neel. Class 12: Senior Champion, Joey
Neel. Class 13: Reserve Senior
Champion, Joanna Mason. Class 14:
Grand Champion, Erin Carey..Class
15: Reserve Grand Champion, Bran-
don Carey.
*Jersey breed: Class 1: Junior Heifer,
Kelli Hamilton. Class 2: Intermediate
Heifer, Brian Hoy. Class 4: Winter
Yearling, Megan Carey. Class 5: Junior
Yearling, Brian Hoy. Class 6: Senior
Yearling, Kayla Burlingame. Class 7:
Junior Champion, Brian Hoy. Class 8:
Reserve Junior Champion, Megan
Carey. Class 9: 2-year-old, Christina
McHenry. Class 10: 3-year-old,
Amanda Thornhill. Class 11: 4 years
old and older: Benjamin Thornhill.
Class 12: Senior Champion, Benjamin
Thornhill. Class 13: Reserve Senior
Champion: Amanda Thornhill. Class
14: Grand Champion, Benjamin
Thornhill. Class 15: Reserve Grand
Champion, Amanda Thornhill Class
16: All Breeds Champion, Benjamin
Thornhill. Class 17: Premier Exhibitor,
Hannah Huggins. Class 18: Junior All
Breeds Bred By Exhibitor: Brandon
Carey. Class 19: Senior All Breeds Bred
By Exhibitor, Benjamin Thornhill.
*Junior Showmanship: 1. Kayla Bur-
lingame. 2. Savannah Busciglio. 3.
Trent Johnson.
Intermediate Showmanship: 1.
Christina McHenry. 2. Megan Carey.
3. Brianna Smith.
Senior Showmanship: 1. Hannah
Huggins. 2. Erin Carey. 3. Joanna
Mason.
Premier Showmanship: Hannah
Huggins.
Adult Showmanship: 1. Freda
Carey. 2. Amanda Thornhill. ,3. Anne
Neel.
Pee Wee Showmanship: 1. Rachel
Riddle. 2. Dalton McHenry. 3. Kendall
Reed.
Junior Herdsman: 1. Savannah
Busciglio. 2. Brianna Smith. 3. Kayley
Brooks.
Senior Herdsman: 1. Ben Thornhill.
2. Lauryn Foster/Jessica James. 3.
Ashley Brooks.
Costume Ball: Best Overall: Michael
Moran, "I Love MOOcy." Prettiest:
Lavryn Foster, "Little BUNNY
MOOMOO." Funniest: Jessica James,
"Mighty Moo-versus the bbq'er." Most
Original: Megan Carey, "Dairy Diva w/
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DEATHS
Continued From Page 11
March 21.
She was a lifelong resident of
Plant City and a bookkeeper for
Hunt Truck Sales.
She was a graduate of the
University of Tampa and
attended First United Method-
ist Church of Plant City.
She was a member of Daugh-
ters of the American Revolution,
the Pilot Club and the Woman's
Club.
She is survived by a nephew,
three nieces; two great-nieces;
and a great-great-niece.
Haught Funeral Home.

Mercer
Idella Ireland Mercer, 94, of
Plant City died March 25.
She was born in Colquitt, Ga.,
and moved here from Pelham,
Ga., in 1990.
She was a homemaker and
attended Cotton Assembly of
God.
She is survived by two sons,
Harvey G. Ireland Jr. of Meigs,
Ga., and Robert N. Ireland of
Lancaster, Pa.; three daughters,
Dorothy L. Snow, Corine Wat-
kins and Roxie L. Stephens, all
of Plant City; a daughter-in-law,
Sylvia Ireland of Cotton, Ga.; a
sister-in-law, Mary Lou Hurst;
13 grandchildren; 27 great-
grandchildren; and four great-
great-grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

McDonald
Neta M. McDonald, 79, of
Plant City died March 29.
She was a lifelong resident of
Plant City and a homemaker.
She attended First Baptist
Church of Plant City.
She is survived by a son,
Michael' of Roswell, Ga.; a
daughter, Kim Schell of Lake-
land; and five grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Pope
James H. Pope, 66, of Plant
City died March 24.
He was born in Brooksville


and came here from West Palm
Beach in 1982.
He was a U.S. Marine Corps
veteran of the Vietnam War.
He was a self-employed
arborist and attended Bible
Baptist Church in Seffner.
He is survived by his wife,
Linda; a son, James C. of Plant
City; two daughters, Carri Pile-
cki of Plant City and Vicki SanD-
iego of Brandon; two brothers,
Benjamin Sr. of Brandon and
Dale of Plant City; and a grand-
child.
Haught Funeral Home.

Turner
Ruby Polk Turner, 87, of Plant
City died March 23.
She was born in Trenton and
moved here in 1928.
She was an operator for GTE
and a Methodist.
She is survived by three
stepsons, Bryan and Craig, both
of Plant City, and Gary of Stein-
hatchee; a stepdaughter, Janice
Kinzler of Jacksonville; and a
sister, Emma Almon of Old
Town.
Haught Funeral Home.

West
Marguertie Stagner West, 98,
of Cairo, Ga., formerly of Plant
City, died March 1.
She was a graduate of Saint
Leo Catholic School in St. Leo,
and was a bookkeeper and
homemaker.
She was a past president of
the Plant City Lady Lions Club,
past president of the Grady
County Cow Bells, and an active
member of the Elizabeth Ann
Seton Catholic Church.
She is survived by a son, Har-
rell "Buddy" of Cairo; a
daughter, Susan DeBlase of
Mount Pleasant, S.C.; a sister-
in-law, Susie Stagner of South
Connellsville, Pa.; seven grand-
children; and three great-
grandchildren.
Heritage Funeral Home,
Cairo.


BRIGGS
Continued From Page 8
neighborhood, which has in the past
created undesirable truck traffic at all hours
of the night.
Interested neighbors (from East Wheeler
over to the railroad tracks, north to the
downtown boundary) can contact Nancy at
754-2108 or Terri at 754-2144 for more
information.
The next meeting will be April 10 at 6
p.m. at the Kirkwoods, 201 W. Tever.

Restoring a bit of history
I saw an article in a Naples newspaper
about a restored 25-foot fishing boat that a
Pittsburgh contractor found four years ago
near Lake Richard, Maine.
So impressed with the workmanship, he
and his three sons spent more than three
years restoring it. Recently, the man
returned the boat to Naples Bay, re-
christening it YNOT Wilbur, after the boat's
builder, Wilbur Storter Sr.
Wilbur is Michael Storter's great-uncle.
Michael is recreation minister at First
Baptist Church of Plant City and his wife,
Laura, is daughter of the Citizen of the Year
Coleman Davis.
While all the Storter boys could build a
boat, Wilbur, a true craftsman, built a 55-
footer for Naples snowbird, S.F. Briggs (no
relation to this Briggs), chairman of the
board of Briggs & Stratton.
Wilbur's brother (my grandfather) built
his own fishing boats. We would tease my
grandfather and ask how much tar and
concrete he used to put his boats together
(my grandmother wondered where all that
tar and concrete went). He would smile and
say, "Well, tar sticks and concrete gets
hard!"
You've heard of the song "These Boots
Are Made for Walkin'." Well, my grandfa-
ther would say, "These boats are made for
fishing." And they may not have looked as
good as Wilbur's, but boy did they see some
seine hauls.

Strawberry School reunion
My hometown Naples had its fish schools
and Plant City had their strawberry schools.
The school clock may have stopped
temporarily, but education did not.
Now it's time to share all those memo-
ries. The Springhead Strawberry School
reunion will be April 16 at 2 p.m. Fellow-
ship starts at 2 and supper will be at 4:30.
It's a covered dish, so bring your favorite


You've heard of the song
"These Boots Are Made
for Walkin." Well, my
grandfather would say,
"These boats are made for
fishing. "And they may not
have looked as good as
Wilbur's, but boy did they
see some seine hauls.

dish to share. Silverware, plates, tea and
coffee will be furnished.
Call Charlotte Ruis Britt at 752-3048 or
Allene Forsythe Morgan at 707-9509 for
information. A $3 a person donation will be
taken to cover expenses.

Reception honors Bud Lee
The Tampa Museum of Art is honoring
picture maker Bud Lee with an exhibition
and reception for its members April 16 from
7 to 9 p.m.
Many of you know that Bud has been
confined to Community Convalescent for
about two years due to a stroke. He is
saving up his energy and hopes to attend
the reception.
The exhibit will be at the museum from
April 17 through July 25. See budlee.net for
a preview or call the museum at 274-7365
for information.

New shop set to open
While the recent downtown fire has
quieted the antique and collectible shops
on one block, a new antique shop will soon
be moving in at 114 N. Collins, where the
motorcycle shop was. Englishmen David
and Michael Simmonds, father and son,
will be opening England's Antiques shortly,
hopefully in June. Your humble columnist
owns the property and is leasing it to the
duo.
We're also looking forward to word on
when David and Vickie Hawthorne finalize
their building plans. Will keep you posted.
How about helping me out and send
some news my way. A picture or two would
be nice, too. Send items to gabylee@ao-
1.com or mail or hand deliver them to The
Courier, c/o Betty Briggs, 101 N. Wheeler
St., Plant City, FL 33566.


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The diverse array of busi-
nesses found here in Plant
City may surprise you.
That's what the Greater
Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce says it wants to impress
upon the public with its
upcoming Community Expo.
The third annual event is
slated for May 4 from 3 to 7
p.m. in the Florida Studies
Building on Hillsborough
Community College's Plant
City campus, 1206 N. Park
Road.
"We're really trying to reach
the general public this year so
they understand that Plant
City has everything they could
want," said Barbara Powers,
chairwoman of the event,
adding that .the focus is
reflected in the name change
from "business" to "commu-
nity" expo. "You don't have to
go to Lakeland, and you don't
have to go to Brandon" to
shop, Powers said.
The expo provides a chance
for 60 businesses to show
-what they have to offer,
Powers said. There are still
spaces available for businesses
that want to take part. Cost for
an 8-foot-by-8-foot space is
$100 for chamber members,
$150 for nonmembers.
Admission to the event is
free.
Organizers expect the largest
expo yet, thanks to the ample


"By investing your
money here, it builds a
better community for us
and for our children."
BARBARA POWERS
Chairwoman, Community Expo

space of the Florida Studies
Building. Some examples of the
types of businesses expected to
take part include retail shops,
restaurants and service-ori-
ented outfits from salons to
travel agencies to financial
planners. Some of the city's
larger industrial firms are also
expected to attend.
If the first two events are
any indicator, there is likely to
be a host of samples and free-
bies, said Marion Smith, the
chamber's president.
Smith said the chamber
breaks even on the event but
that the organization does not
put the expo on to make
money.
"It's meant to introduce our
members to the community,"
Smith said.
Customers and owners alike
benefit by having a personal
relationship, Powers said. And
there is another benefit that
goes beyond the commercial,
she said.
"By investing your money
here, it builds a better com-
munity for us and for our chil-
dren," Powers said.
For information on the
Community Expo, call Amy
Nizamoff at the Greater Plant
City Chamber of Commerce,
754-3707.


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the restaurant's first day of operation April 3. e-


Kristii's Polishes. Up ForPacked' Opening

PARK-SIDE OWNERS
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GOING PLACES


Swilley earns CRS designation
Janet Swilley, broker/owner
of Realty 2000, recently earned
the Certified Residential Spe-
cialist designation.
Swilley met her last require-
ment for the designation by
passing the specialized real
estate business course titled,
"Business Planning and Mar-
keting for the Residential Spe-
cialist." The Council of
Residential Specialists of the
National Association of Real-
tors offered the course recently
in Ocala.

Mercer named life member
Loren Mercer, a professional
land surveyor from Plant City,
now living in Lake Placid,
received recognition and high
honors at the recent annual
meeting of the Florida Survey-
ing and Mapping Society in St.
Augustine. He received a life
member award in recognition
of his 44 years service in the
profession and society.
Mercer served as president
of the society in 1993 and
received the Florida Surveyor
of the Year award in 1994. He


has worked in the surveying
profession for a total of 51
years, beginning his profes-
sion with the Florida Depart-
ment of Transportation in
1953.

Milligan named CEO
for olive distributor
Brett A. Milligan has been
appointed chief executive offi-
cer for Plant City-based A.
Camacho Inc., the North Ame-
rican subsidiary of A. Cama-
cho Group of Seville, Spain.
A. Camacho Inc. distributes
Spanish green and ripe olives.
In addition, the company
markets Spanish and Italian
olive oils, premium jams and
marmalades and various other
specialty foods that are dis-
tributed to national chains.
Milligan is a 20-year veteran
of the food industry, having
spent 15 years in the olive
industry. In addition to his
experience with Lindsay Olive
Co./Bell-Carter Foods and
Mario Olive Co./Westin Foods,
he was also a senior manager
with condiment supplier Tor-
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ByTONYMARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
What a difference six weeks
canmake.
In February, Kristii Hen-
dricks cried until she could-
n't anymore. But she was all
smiles last weekend as she-
served her first customer
since fire destroyed her
business in February.
Hendricks and hei co-
owner Brian Garreit opened
Kristii's, Your Favorite Res-
taurant, for a trial run April 2.
The restaurant is at 110 E.
Reynolds St., in the space
formerly occupied by Shel-
by's Restaurant in the Lee
Building.
The pair now have a third
partner, Lewis Simpson of
Plant City, who was a regular
customer of Park-Side Caf6
on J. Arden Mays Blvd. The
cafe's kitchen was part of the
Olde Village Shoppes, which
was destroyed in the Feb. 21
fire along with four other
businesses on the 100 block
of South Collins Street.
The fully-equipped kitchen
that came along with the
lease deal helped the trio get
back to business quickly.
"We were packed," Hen-
dricks said this week. "We


Co-owner Brian Garrett mans the grill in the large, fully
equipped kitchen of the eatery, which was formerly occupied
by Shelby's Restaurant.


lost count after 200 (custom-
ers)."
Hendricks, who does most
of the cooking, served up a
hefty helping of hamburgers
and pasta dishes on Satur-
day. Garrett helped man the
grill.
The partners sublet part of
the space to Chris Dellapa,
who will operate CJ's Tavern,
offering beer and wine.
An official opening is slated
for this Tuesday, April 12.
Though some bugs need to
be worked out, things went


surprisingly smoothly, Hen-
dricks said.
"Brian and I kept looking at
each and saying, 'This is too
cool,'" she said. "It was fan-
tastic."
The eatery, which serves
American country fare, will
be open Monday through
Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.,
Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m.
to 10 p.m., and Sunday 11
a.m. to 4 p.m.
Hendricks is still hiring for
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HEART
Continued From Page 3
Stein also talked about her involve-
ment with Locks of Love, an
organization were people can provide
hair for cancer patients. On April 15
Stein will have her hair cut and then
mailed to the organization.
Another activity that Stein was noted
for was her five-year involvement with
a group called Silent Tones, a sign lan-
guage musical chorus.
During the talent competition Stein
played piano and sang the George
Gershwin song "Someone To Watch
Over Me." .
"The song was used in a (1995)
movie that was so meaningful to me,"
Stein said. "A musician, Mr. Holland
(played by Richard Dreyfuss wants to
be a famous composer. He takes a
teaching job to pay his bills, but while
working with the students he learns
that teaching others to appreciate
music is its own reward. This song is so
close to my platform. I'll always appre-
ciate what music can do in all our
lives."
Stein learned about music at an
early age. She is one of four children of
Jerry and Cathy Huntsman Stein. Her
father is a pharmacist at Brandon
Regional Hospital. Her mother is for-
merly a teacher at Cork and Knights
elementary schools, and presently
teaches piano and voice.
Her maternal grandparents, Bill and
Jaunita Huntsman, still reside in Plant
City and attended the pageant.
"My mother let me sit at the piano
when I was just a little girl," Stein said.
"We have photographs and videos of
me banging on the keys when I was
just 2 or 3 years old. When I learried


how to read I began to get serious
piano lessons from my mother."
"We have never pushed Holly, or her
sister Kaylyn to compete, whether it be
in sports, pageants or modeling. We
certainly aren't a pageant family," said
Cathy Stein. "But this came along and
we prayed about it. Not to win but to
do God's will. When she won I was so
excited for her. But I was speechless."


"The pageant in Miami will be very
exciting," she said.
Holly Stein said she prayed to be
able to do her best.
"Winning the crown is such an
amazing thing for me. It is hard to
imagine going to Miami to compete for
the title of Miss Florida. Jennifer St.
Martin has been a wonderful role
model and represented the city well


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during her reign. I hope to do as well."
At the pageant St. Martin thanked
the people of Plant City and city offi-
cials.
"You don't often find a city and the
people in it who are so warm and
supportive," St. Martin said. "I was
thrilled to be able to compete on the
state level. But I am a hometown girl,
and proud to be living in Plant City."


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performances from Omar Almodo-
var, Ramond Chiarmonte, Vivian
Padron, John Pierson, Rossana
Spallino, Mo Rendahl and Richard
Baker. A fine arts exhibit will include
works from Eleanore McDade, Jossie
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Admission to the event is $50 for
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cash bar will be available.
For reservations and information,
call Worsham at 973-1770 by April
11.

Seeking Veterans
On Film
They answered the call when
Uncle Sam needed them. Now, Plant
City Photo Archives Inc. hopes they,
or their families, will do the same for
them.
The nonprofit organization
dedicated to gathering, preserving
and cataloging images of Plant City's
past seeks photos of Plant City's
World War II veterans. The photos
will be displayed prominently at the
organization's third annual "Evening
of Picture Perfect Memories" gala,
slated for June 4 at the Ramada Inn


Plantation House in Plant City, 2011
N. Wheeler St.
"Since this year is the 60th anni-
versary of the end of the war, we felt
it fitting that we pay to tribute to
those men and women who helped
our country bring the conflict to a
victorious conclusion," said Gil Gott,
the organization's executive director.
Gott said the group hopes to
receive enough photos to fill a wall of
the Ramada's Red Rose Ballroom.
Photo subjects must be in uniform
and must reside in Plant City now or
at the time of their enlistment.
Pictures need not be removed from
the frame. The photos will be
scanned and returned to the owner
immediately, Gott said, and added to
the archives' collection of more than
20,000 images.
At the event, the group will award
its 2005 Heritage Award to Jim
Redman, a lawyer and former
member of the Florida House of Rep-
resentatives.
The black tie-optional event will
feature champagne and hors
d'oeuvre reception followed by a
gourmet dinner with complimentary
wines. Professional vocalists will
perform a concert of Broadway
melodies.
Tickets are $100 per person.
To offer a veteran photo or
purchase tickets to the gala, call
Betty Patton at 752-1442.


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RECOVERING FROM
MEDICAL PROCEDURE
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Exercising might not be for everyone,
but doctors told City Manager David
Sollenberger he is better off for it.
Sollenberger suffered what he
thought was a fainting spell while exer-
cising at the YMCA in the early morning
of March 28. He took the day off, but
was back on the job March 29 when he
suffered chest pain and a shortness of
breath.
"It turns out I had a blockage in a vein
going to my heart," Sollenberger said.
"It wasn't the exercise that caused the
problem or the blockage. I was going to
require treatment sooner or later, no
matter what. The doctors said that my
habit of exercising and my overall health
will help me in my recovery."
Sollenberger was taken to South Flor-
ida Baptist Hospital on March 29 for
examination. He was then taken to St.
Joseph's Hospital in Tampa. Doctors
there performed an angioplasty, where
a small balloon is inserted within the
blocked vein and inflated, pushing the


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
City Manager David Sollenberger found
his work had piled up following a week
off due to a circulatory problem
corrected by an angioplasty March 29.

blockage into the wall of the affected
vein.
"I'm back to work," Sollenberger said.
"But I will remain on a light schedule for
a while. I will have a series of examina-
tions this week and the doctors will
evaluate how I'm doing. I feel fine but
the cardiologists know best. They will
let me know when I can resume my
normal schedule."
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April 7: Bohemian Rhapsody


Gulf Coast Museum of Art

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April 10: Franco De Vita

April 12: Maria Rita

April 13: Claudia Calderon

April 14: Son de Madera

April 16: Teatro Negro de Barlovento
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Tampa Museum of Art

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University of South Florida

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Cuban Artist in Residence Exhibition

March 29: Opening Reception: Words
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April 7 17: Cuban Bread -
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April 8: Opening Reception:
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New Perspectives on Cuban Art

April 8 17: Exhibition: Tampa Cigar
Industry Vintage Photographs

April 14: Latin American Music: Student
Projects with Dr. Peter Schoenbach


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the Pitch Fork Princess." Most
Colorful: Brianna Smith,
"Jammin' Jamoocans."

Dairy Contestant
Judging Contest
The winners of the Dairy
Contestant Judging Contest
were:
Individual Competition
#Junior Individual: 1. Stacey
Bridges. 2. Austin Salter. 3.
Travis Nichols.
Senior Individual: 1. Josh
Cribbs. 2. Erin Zimmerman.
3. Aspen Upthegrove.
FFA Judging Contest
Junior Teams: 1. Turkey
Creek FFA: Austin Salter,
Stacey Bridges, Ryan Rice,
Brennan Wilson. 2. Weight-
man FFA: Jenna Ferreira, Matt
Gabrielski, Michael Moran,
Marissa Turney. 3. Marshall
FFA: Kaci Flemmings, Kaycee
Knox, Kaci Compton, Haylee
McKey.
Senior Teams: 1. Durant
High School: Josh Cribbs, Erin
Zimmerman, Mike Rogalsy,
Katie Tindel. 2. Armwood
High School: Crystal Stan-
sbury, Brittaney Jennings,
Genavieve Lewis.
4-H Judging Contest
Junior Individual: 1.
Brianna Smith. 2. Emily Hoy.
3. Raelynn Nichols.
Junior Teams: 1. Emily
Hoy, Kaley Brooks, Trent
Johnson, Raelynn Nichols. 2.
Brianna Smith, Jonathan
Upthegrove,JoshUpthegrove.
3. J.T. Reale, Savannah Bus-
ciglio, Jared Upthegrove.
. Senior Individual: 1.
Brandy McHenry. 2. Kelli
Hamilton. 3. Trehy Johnson.
?4 Senior Teams: 1. Chanse
Huggins, Kelli Hamilton,
Brandy McHenry, Ashley
Brooks. 2. TrehyJohnson, Ben
Thornhill.

Baby Parade winners
Results of the Florida Straw-
berry Festival Baby Parade:
1-year-old winners
Most Beautiful: 1. Sylvia
Crosby. 2. Christian Brooke
Sullivan. 3. Gabrielle Broed-
ers.
Most Handsome: 1. Owen
Westover. 2. Nicholas Jones. 3.
Ethan Jett.
*Healthiest: 1. JayaGraham.
2. Thad Haize Ford. 3. Tori
Wegner.
Most Personality: 1.
Haydon Michael Patrick. 2.
McKinley Nicole Baker. 3.
Rylee Van Stronder.
Best Costume: 1. Tabitha
Spinks. 2. Pezrae E. Brown. 3.


Kaydence Pacneco.
Creative Float: 1. Jaden
Deagan. 2. Faith Martin. 3.
Mary-Nanette Boyce.
Beautiful Float: 1. Suzanna
Mazariegos. 2. Ashlyn Nicole
Rogers. 3. Daisy Duke.
2-year-old winners
# Most Beautiful: 1. Abigail
Grace Ventura. 2. Ashlyn Stei-
nestel. 3. Mary-Catherine
Michelle Stevens.
Most Handsome: 1. Kirk-
land Stutler. 2. Zachary Cole
Cothren. 3. Ian Butler.
Healthiest: 1. Trey Ragan.
2. Kamille Long. 3. Zachary
Hunter.
Most Personality: 1. Kellie
Murrell. 2. Coley Riley. 3.
Wyatt Rogers.
Best Costume: 1. Abigail
Barber. 2. Alexandra Harrell.
3. Trinity Walker.
Creative Float: 1. Savanna
Gibson. 2. Dana Franklin. 3.
Shawn Michael Connell.
Beautiful Float: 1. Colten
Joel Drawdy. 2. Sydney Renae
Watson. 3. Chancey Johnson.
3-year-old winners
Most Beautiful: 1. Julissa
Ordaz. 2. Ruby Lamas. 3. Kim-
berly Gilmore.
Most Handsome: 1. Brad-
ley Moisa. 2. Tyler Rice. 3.
Cole Hanson.
Healthiest: 1. Brandon
Waring. 2. Rylee Michelle
Moorman. 3. Cameron Cot-
noir.
Most Personality: 1. Kate-
lyn Yarborough. 2. Lexus
Yerks. 3. Chelsea Woodard.
Best Costume: 1. Kirstin
Bassinger. 2. Chelsea Nichlos.
3. Chantz McEver.
Creative Float: 1. Bailey
Lemetin. 2. Brantley Hall. 3.
Makenzi Deagan.
+ Beautiful Float: 1. Haley
Whitmore. 2. Hunter Cribbs.
4-year-old winners
The first-place winners for
the Four Year Old category
make up the Baby Parade
Court. handsome and beauti-
ful are "king and "queen."
Most Beautiful: 1. Hannah
Spivey. 2. Cassie Taylor High-
smith. 3. Jadca Broome.
Most Handsome: 1. Dalton
McMath. 2. Logan Abraham.
3. Dylan Smothers.
Healthiest: 1. McKenzie
Nicole Talavera. 2. Zachary
Thames. 3. Daniel Paul.
Most Personality: 1. Blane
Lane. 2. Lauren Elizabeth
Field. 3. Sebastian Carlton.
Best Costume: 1. Savan-
nah Trapnell. 2. Kenneth Hat-
taway. 3. Zane Floyd.
Creative Float: 1. Baylie
Lynn Odom 2. Anthony Agar-
Rentz. 3. Logan Hicks.
Beautiful Float: 1. Riley
Garrison. 2. Brandon Van
Camp. 3. Blake Strickler.


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SPORTS


Raider Tennis Team


Keeps Bouncing Along


BEAT BLOOMINGDALE,

GIRLS IMPROVE TO 7-1
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The tremendous start for
the Plant City girls tennis team
reached its height Monday,
when the Raiders beat Bloo-
mingdale 5-2.
Plant City hadn't been able
to beat Bloomingdale at all
during head coach Gary Bra-
dy's eight years of overseeing
the program.
Brady can easily point to
why Plant City is enjoying
such success. First is the
team's depth: At spots Nos. 3
to 5, where some teams strug-
gle, the three Raider players
are a combined 19-5 on the
season.
Then there is another area
where Plant City has an
advantage over most teams.
Not only are all five top play-
ers friends and familiar with
one another, but all the girls
are in the top 25 of their class
rankings by grade-point ave-
rage.
"They're really smart, and a
lot of them grew up together,"
Brady said. "I don't have to say
anything to them twice. These
girls come to practice and
then they'll go to, for example,
a math meet."
Brady is optimistic about
the fact that Marah Dolan,
McKenzie Charles, Rachel
Sperry, Staci Watson and
Ariana Gonzalez are all jun-
iors. None of them was neces-
sarily groomed to be a tennis
expert, but their intelligence
has helped improve their
games.
"You can tell anyone to hit it
high and to their backhand
side, but when you say it to
these girls, not only do they do
it, they understand why
they're doing it," Brady
explained.
Of the Raiders' seven team
victories, four of them came
by narrow margins of either
5-2 or 4-3.
Monday's match with Bloo-
mingdale saw the Raider girls
trailing 3-2 going into doubles,
but both Plant City doubles
teams won, with the No. 2
doubles team of Sperry and
Watson staying undefeated
for the season.
Plant City's boys team (4-3)
also earned a close win against
Bloomingdale Monday, 4-3.
The top two Raiders, Clay


Bavinger and Kyle Eason,
breezed through their singles
matches, then combined for
another straight-set win in
doubles. The other four
matches all had one set go to a
tiebreaker.
The Raider boys were
coming off a 4-3 loss to Tampa
Bay Tech last week, a similarly
tight affair. Bavinger, the No. 1
player for the Raiders, lost for
the only time this season, 6-7,
6-4, 6-3. At No. 3, Martin Girl-
ing won the first set 6-0, but
fell 7-6, 6-4 in the next two
sets.
Last week, the Raider girls
edged Durant, 4-3, in another
nailbiter. Alyssa Young and
Erica Rogers, Durant's top two
players, both won, but the
Raiders took the other three
matches. The key result was
Sperry's narrow 6-2, 7-6 defeat
of Durant No. 3 Mary Beth
Morse.
Brady says it's no coinci-
dence that a lot of the close
matches have gone Plant
City's way, again pointing to
the intelligence factor.
"A lot of times one of our
girls will lose the first set, but
come back and win," he said.
"And it won't be because they
are appreciably better. They
will just figure out how to beat
them. When I say figure out,
that's not to say they're like
MacGyver or anything, but it's
interesting to watch."
The tendency to "figure
out" an opponent first came
to the fore during last season's
district tournament. In an
impressive display, three
Raider players recorded wins
over an opponent who had
beaten them during the
regular season.
This year's district tourna-
ment is only a couple of weeks
away.
While it doesn't take long
for Brady to get a message
through to a player, the
reverse is often true some-
times too much so.
"When I go to give advice
during a changeover, before I
can say anything they'll say
'Yeah, I know. She doesn't
move well from her left to
right' or whatever," Brady
said. "And unfortunately,
sometimes they'll tell me, 'I
know. She's much better than
I am.' "
The Raider girls team next
faces Brandon at Walden Lake
today at 3 p.m. The boys also
play Brandon at Brandon at 3
p.m.


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Region champs
The Valrico Cyclones U-9 team is all smiles after winning the Region C tournament at the
Cape Coral Sports Complex. The Cyclones defeated Palm Harbor in the semifinals, 2-1,
before taking down the Tampa Knights, 2-1, for the championship. The team finished its
regular season with a 22-2 record, and by winning the regional tournament, it advanced to
the state final four tournament at the Cape Coral complex April 30. In front, from left, are
Lauren Porter, Alex Wenrich, Alexis Heartfield and Ericka Lott. In the middle, from left, are
Claire Kartheiser, Tori Nizamoff, Cassie Madden, Lexi Faliero and Sterphanie Galloway. In
back are coaches Bill Heartfield and Rick Lott.



SHARP CUTS



Competition Stiff In 6A-6


The Durant sotball team is
getting used to this one-run
game thing. So much so, that
even against a far inferior
team the Cougars decided to
make it interesting.
Maybe that's not what
happened Monday when
Durant edged Robinson by a
9-8 score. A letdown is the
likely explanation Robin-
son's record is 4-11 but
who can blame the Cougars?
They went through a pair of
emotional contests last
week, splitting with Class
6A-District 6 opponents
Bloomingdale and Sarasota
Riverview.
If the district tournament
is anything like those games,
then attendance is manda-
tory later in the month at the
event, which will be hosted
by Plant City. Based on last
week, the tourney favorite


DAREK
SHARP


has to be ... we're not sure
yet, though Bloomingdale
would have to be the answer
if pressed.
Or maybe Sarasota River-
view.
Or Durant.
Bloomingdale certainly
seems to have the district's
top pitcher. Nicole Anderson
shut out Plant City last


Wednesday, then on Friday
night struck out a whopping
25 Cougars, and that almost
wasn't enough to secure a
win.
Friday's game wasn't
decided until the 13th
inning, when the Bulls
finally plated a runner to win
1-0. Durant senior pitcher
Krysta Harris took the
ultimate of hard-luck
defeats, tossing a shutout for
much of the way while
striking out 11.
Earlier in the week, the
Cougars jumped on Sarasota
Riverview for two runs in the
first inning, then Harris and
the Cougars held on as the
Rams scored a run in their
final at-bat. Durant won, 2-
1, giving Sarasota Riverview
only its second loss of the
district schedule.
See SHARP, Page 23


Youth Soccer Keep Sports Complex Humming


Staff Report
More than 40 soccer games
were played over the first week
of the PCRPD/Optimist Youth
soccer program. With a record
number of participants more
than 1350 the Otis M.
Andrews Sports Complex was
busier than ever.
Of the 279 goals scored,
Team Ecuador of the under-19
league took up the biggest
chunk. Ecuador beat Peru 14-
7, with Jose Garcia and Ricky
Quiroz scoring four goals
each.
The wildest game in the U-
19 league was an 8-6 win for
Uruguay over Colombia, with
Marcos Garcia and Justin Ste-


phens getting a hat trick each
for the winners.
In the 20-team U-8 league,
three games ended up in
draws: the Macaws and Spar-
rows went 5-5, with both the
Hawks and Martins (four goals
for Brian Salmeron) and Geese
and Robins going 4-4.
Carlos Nolasco had the best
output in week one with five
goals for the Owls, who
stopped the Ducks 10-2. Tydre
Ward had four goals and the
Doves blanked the Roadrun-
ners 4-0.
With 35 percent of the par-
ticipants being female, there
are now three age groups split


between boys and girls teams.
The newest is the U-15 group,
where the Stars got past the
Shadow, 7-2, behind three
goals from Lauren Morris and
the Stingers edged the Sparks,
4-3.
For the U-15 boys league,
Juan Ramirez shined for the
Spirit by knocking home six
goals.
All three of the U-12 girls
games were low-scoring
affairs: United beat Freedom,
2-1 (two goals for Brittany
Crawley); Fusion blanked the
Express, 2-0 (goal each Daisy
Carvajal and Asia Nelson); and
the Burn toasted the Aztecs,
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No: 04017940
Division: A
CISNERO, MARY J.
Petitioner
and
CISNERO,TIODOSO IV
Respondent
NOTICE OF A ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE
TO: TIODOSO CISNERO IV
last known address 1110
Turtle Creek Dr, Apt 110,
Naples, Fl 34110.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on Mary
J. Cisnero whose address is
707 1st Ave N.E. Ruskin,
Florida 33570, Apt 23, on or
before May 2, 2005 and file
the original with the clerk
of this Court at 800 E.
Twiggs Street, Tampa,
Floridna 33602 (Room 101),
before service on Petition-
er or immediately thereaf-
ter. If you fail to do so, a
default may be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case. includ-
ing orders, are available at
the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may re-
view these documents up-
on request
You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current ad-
dress. (You may file Notice
of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.)
Future papers in this law-
suit will be mailed to the
address on record at the
clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires cer-
tain automatic disclosure
of documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, includ-
ing dismissal or sticking of
pleadings.
Dated March 24,2005
PAT FRANK
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
BY: Cynthia Menendez
Deputy Clerk
No:9006 3/31,4/7;14;21,05
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 05-DR-4605
DIVISION: R
ALMA R. BRATTEN
Petitioner
and
CHRIS S. BRATTEN
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE
TO: CHRIS S. BRATTEN, JR
Respondent's whose ad-
dress is unknown.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed
against you and that you


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are required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fenses, ifany to it on Alma
R. Bratten whose address
is 2709 S.Wiggins Rd, Plant
City, Florida33566on orbe-
fore May 2 2005 and file
the original with the clerk
ofthis courtat302 N. Michi-
an Ave, PlantCity, F 33563
before service on etition-
er or immediately thereaf-
ter, If you fail to do so, a
default may be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, includ-
ing oders, are available at
the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's Office. You may re-
view these documents up-
on request.
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the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current ad-
dress. (You may file Notice
of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.)
Future papers in this law-
suit will be mailed to the
address on record at the
clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires cer-
tain automatic disclosure
of documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, includ-
ing dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
Dated: March 28,2005
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Ellen P. Neubaum
Deputy Clerk
NO:9020 3/31;4/7;14;21,05
NOTICE OF SALE
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that on Friday, April 22,
2005 at 12:00 Noon
BREWINGTON'S TOWING
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following:
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3ba, 3cg on premium
cul-de-sac lot, upgraded
tile cabinets patio,
available now. $319,900.
Call 813-363-2879
11141 Waterfront







Clearwater Beach, Belle
Aqua Villas, Luxury Wa-
terfront Tnhms. Fea-
tures Four Living Levels,
Roof Top Sundeck,
Granite, Tile, Wd Firs
Stainless Appliances,
Grnd Fir Bonus Room,
Lanai, Splash Pool, Pent-
house Retreat and Boat
Dock. 3br/4.5ba, 3,340
sq ft. Lastbuilder unit
and is priced well below
the competition. Call
727-458-6865/796-0021


1114 1|Waterfront I
OCALA
18 acre estate homesite.
850' of Lakefront Hi & Dry
Wooded w/horse pasture
$1.1M
239-728-2251
Old Seminole Heights,
140ft on Hillsb river, Bay
access, 2br/2ba. bunga-
low, hot tub, fpl, Pergo
firs Jen Air range, 4
decks. Must See! $340K.
813-239-3935/505-9907
ROCKY Creek, 2 lots,
zoned RSC-6, 2.7 acre.
200 water front 500'
deep. 5927/5931 Mohr
Rd. $550K. Call
813-931-4084
1116Cl Citrus I
OWNER MUST SELL!
1 acre land/home pkg.
3/2 with full appliance
Pkg, under warranty.
beautiful property nice
& quiet, decks, driveway.
Must see! $5,000 down,
$586.40/mo P&I W.AC.
Call to view 352-621-9183.
[116KIHernando I
SPRING Hill 4 br 2 Da,
Family Room/TV The-
atre caged pool, fenced
ard w/swingset & dog
kennel. 2186Pinta Ave.
$169,500 352-398-1501
SPRING HILL5 br,2.5ba,2
story, cul de sac, gated
comm,central HVAC
fireplace, built 1987, 2
car gar $350,000
813-505-2114
116TI East Pasco I
LUTZ 4br, 2ba, 2cg,
recently built, immed.
occup. 24616 Volterra
Ct, in Oak Grove, no CDD
fee, $239,900. FSBO,
813-892-3870
1116X I Sarasota |


AUCTION
3172 SqFtLakefront
Home to be sold at
Auction April 10
Pool 3/2/2, like new
built in 98, pics at:
www.vanderee.com
941-497-7997
11211 Condominluml
HARBOUR ISLAND, PARK-
CREST Brand New Con-
do 3rd fir, 2br 2ba,
1245sf, stainless appls,
hardwood & granite,
with water & downtown
views & 2 covered park-
ing spots. Call Brandon
at 904-545-2430. $399K
TOWN N County, beauti-
ful 3Br 2ba, all tile, new
kitch, fully remod, guiet
gated comm, 1050sf.
$82,900 Jenn Cook (813)
810-7454 Coolidge Rlty
Westshore Area, 2br/2ba,
completely remodeled,
3rd fir, pool, courtyard,
Wreat location, near
freeway. $135k furn,
$130kunfum. 545-8945
11231 Townhouses I
Apollo Beach Townhome
New Const 2200sf 3br
2.5ba+ ofc2cg, deck, scr
lanai, much more, great
area. $369,900 Motivat-
ed Owner 813-786-6967
HARBOUR ISLAND Unique
Harbour Bay Town-
house, 2 story, 3 br, 2.5
baths 2420sf many
amenities including
garden patio with Koi
pond. $539,000. By
appointment only. Call
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F/T-P/T. Work from SECRETARTY/PUBUC RE-
'' i 416832 home or office. Exc LATIONS, 40 hr work
office, 685-4966. Research 813-759-1370







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EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY
Largest affordable
housing provider in
Central Florida seeks
dynamic, energetic indi-
viduals interested in
working for a progres-
sive agency. excellent
benefits. Must submit
LHA application and re-
sume to Lakeland Hous-
ing Authority P.O. Box
1009 Lakeland, Fl.
33802-1009, Attn: Linda
Vitale e-maill Ivitale
lakeland housing.org
Ph.863-687-2911ext.243.
For application, visit our
website at www.
lakelandhousing.org
Position open until
filled. Drug Free/EOE.
Operations Support
Specialist I1:
Experienced in construc-
tion contract, adminis-
tration of draw requests,
AIA forms, contract
logs, payroll reviews.
Self-starter, able to
work independently as-
similating complex reg-
ulations and documents,
able to make recom-
mendations to supervi-
sor for action/follow-
up. Must have diplo-
ma/GED, high-level
software skills. Experi-
ence in Hope VI and As-
sociates Degree is a
plus. Beginning hourly
rate between $12.00
to $15.00.
355 Customer
""" Service

Customer Svc/Dispatch
P/Tw/possibility of F/T,
Fax resume to Susan
813 689-7341
13601 Trades




A/C MECHANICS
Payne A/C has openings:
* Service & Maint. Techns
*Installers, pipers
and Startup
Good pay, Benefits and
Training. (813) 754-1955


13601 Trades
WELDER w/ Mig
Experience. Plant City,
813-764-0242
13611 Construction
CREW Leaders/Installers
valid DL, constr. bkgrnd
a +. Great bnfts. 813/
681-6181 Danielle Fence
Viasys Services Inc is cur-
rently hiring 50 to 100
full time construction la-
borers. Employees will
perform a variety of rou-
tine manual and physi-
cal tasks relating to the
installation of under-
ground utilities. Viasys
Services is a fast row-
ing company offering
competitive salaries,
benefits and opportuni-
ty for advancement.
Viasys is a drug free
workplace and equal
opportunity/affirmative
action employer. Appli-
cants should apply in
person to 7750 Profes-
sional Place Tampa FL
33637 813-985-0003,
John Lynch
1362 1 Landscaping
Irrigation Crew Chief
For established land-
scape company. Must
have experience w/resi-
dential layout & install.
DL req. Call from 8-4.
813-659-0001
|3655 Retail
Retail
GRADE 'A'
OPPORTUNITY
SAVE-A-LOT a subsidiary
of SuperValu, is looking
for team players who
share our passion for
quality and strong work
ethic.

NOW HIRING
Part-Time Clerks
APPLY IN PERSON at
SAVE-A-LOT
1401S. Collins St.
Plant City, FL
We offer competitive
wages, vacation pay,
advancement potential
and more! Manage-
ment, please visit us on-
line at www.save-a
-lot.com. EOE.
13701 Sales
Home Improv. Sales.
Screen Room, Windows,
Carports, Siding, S/F,
Roof-Overs, etc. 50 year
uuiicsescc F-ariorasr;


usne1sub s. Experience
A/CSERVICETECH,need- needed. Mandatory
ed. Imperial A/C, 16204 Drug Test. Call Irene
N. Nebraska Ave., Lutz 813-717-9177
813-962-8072
813-962-8072Inside Sales Come join
EXCAVATE/LOADER our ad sales team! Top
OPERATOR Immediate reps make $80K top/yr.
opening in Plant City, We provide all leads and
2 yrs min. exp., 4 hr pay for training. Call for
work week. all Jim: details800-640-6886
813-752-9700 SALES-Barewood Furni-
ture. Salary + commis-
sion.$26K-$39K.Call
H**IR j GN Recorder 813-982-9442
HIRINGI ,I7 ]Driver/
General Maint. We are "' Delivery
looking for dependable
person who will be CLASSACDL Driver
responsible for daily C&CFarmHauling.
mamt. & up keep of Call Ray for info:
prop. grounds, facil. 813-294-5450; 927-7539
pools & equip. Gen
Knowledge of maint & DRIVER
minor repair work COVENANTTRANSPORT
pref'd. Valid D.L. & good Excellent Pay & Benefits
driv rec req'd. We offer for Experienced Drivers,
compete, pay. med. 0/0 Solos, Teams &
benefits & 401k.Applyin Graduate Students. Bo-
Sperson Tampa East RV nuses Paid Weekly.
resort, 4630 McIntosh Equal Opportunity Em-
Rd. Dover or call ployer. (888)MORE PAY
813-659-0002 EOE (888-667-3729)
HVAC Service Techs, In- Driver
stallers and Sales Reps. LOCAL DRIVERS
Highest pay in town! For NEWPAYPACKAGE +
detailscall 813-973-7800 S1000NewHireBonusfor
cler .Experienced Drivers!
KNIGHTS MARINE Now AUBURNDALETERMINAL
Hiring All Shipyard Class ACDL.Flatbed
Cratsmen. East, est &tankerexp.aplus
And Gulf Coast Projects. MULBERRYTERMINAL
ExcellentPayAnd Bene- ClassACDLand tanker
fits. TOLL FREE (877) end.Recentgrads
603-7635 welcome! Tuition
Mason-$19 & Mason Ten- reimbursement
ders $10.50 Comm exp. Program available.
DFWP.Day 813-980-1123 1-888-562-9065
Eve. 81i3-45-3306 driveccc.com
Enter CCC'sTraining
MECHANICS-DEISEL & Program!
SMALL ENGINE. CDL a No Experence
plus. EEO/DFW Benefits. Necessary!
Contact company at Paid CDL "ATraining.
813-247-2461 or fax re- 1-877-967-5222
sume to 813-241-6346
PAINTERS-Exp'd in cus-
tom res. Prof skills/ap-
pearance. Tools & trans S
req. DFWP 813-878-2488 -- '
PAINTERS Structural
steel- for extensive Driver- OWNER/OPERA-
roadwork. Prof appear- TIONS *Competitive
ance & attitude,.7.years Rates *PaidFFuel Taxes
verifiable exp, ability o &TollsAirFreigqhtRuns
worksafelyat heights, & *Lots of Miles. Call Phil
clean DL req'd. We pro- M-F, 8-4 t (800)
vide prof environment, 899-3059; (765) 315-9118
exc comp, paid travel, DRIVERS, Class A needed
per diem and benefits minmmed. Up to 45K +,
or further info cal knowledge of food serve.
941-378-0080 helpful. Apply in Person
PLUMBERS Bud's Poultry 1702 Jim
New residential constr Johnson Rd. Plant City.
To Piece Rates &Benes DRIVERS Company Driv-
Alpine 813-926-1700 ers Solos/Teams, Class
Plumbers A/CDL, New Pay Pack-
Plbers age 3-1-05, Make up to
Service& Warranty 40 cents/mile & more.
Good bens, great pay, Great Home Time! Also
service veice prov. Owner erators Need-
AA Schleman Plumbing ed! 1-877-882-6537 EOE
813.971.7619 Oakley Transport, Inc.
SUBS, LICENSED REFURNISHING?
TRIM & PAINT REMODELING?
2118 W. Cass St. Tampa LANDSCAPING
CDCS 813-251-2942 Help can be found in Spe-
cialty Shops & Services
Check Out Cars/Trucksin directory everyday in
today Classified section! Classified!


375 Driver/
37 I Delivery

Drivers
CTL Distribution
is hosting a
HIRING EVENT
Thursday, April 7th
9am to 3pm
Super Motel
Hwy 60 Between
Bartow & Mulberry
Stop by for an immediate
interview forour Class A
Driving Opportunities.
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DRIVERS LCT WANTS
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paid quarterly. OTR
drivers, solos or teams.
3 months experience &
CDL-A/HAZ required. Full
benefits package. 2000-
2005 Equipment. Call
1-800-362-0159, 24 hrs.
LCTransportation.com
Drivers OTR- Tanker
looking for Professional
drivers! NEW 2005
Equipment, Top Pay, Bo-
nuses Prepass & EZ
Pass Rider Program &
Much more! North
American Tank Lines
(866) 748-6285
FURNITURE DELIVERY/
WAREHOUSE also
MANAGEMENT 5 yrs or
more work Exp. Call
813-645-7240 Will return
calls for appointment.
Owner Operators:
TAKE THE FIRSTSTEP
TOWARD A BETTER
FUTURE!
**Lease Purchase Plan
Available**
SGreat pay
Guaranteed home time
SNo Lease-On Costs
SSpouse Rider Program
Paid Orientation
2yrs OTR exp req.
Miller Transporters, Inc.
Call rian Hall
at our Plant City, FL oc
1-866-581-8976
www.mlllert.com
P/T driverfortropical fish
farm in Plant City Class
D license required Sun-
Thurs starting at 2 am
approx 25 hrs a week
813-986-4560
SCHWAN'S ROUTE
SALES- Schwan's Home
Service Inc., (Schwan's)
the nation's largest dis-
tributor of frozen foods,
is currently hiring highly
motivated Route Man-
agers in Tallahassee,
Jacksonville, Punta Gor-
da, & Miami to provide
home sales & delivery of
fine frozen foods. Previ-
ous customer service,
restaurant manage-
ment, retail manage-
ment, or sales experi-
ence a + Schwan s of-
fers an excellent benefit
package & starting pay
of $120 to $130 per day.
1-800-336-7569 or e-mail
your resume: david.dan-
iels3@schwans.com
(eeo/aa)
TRUCK DRIVERS
CDLA, Roll Off/Dump
Truck/Lowboy. Local
driving. 25 yrs of age,
aood driving record.
rug free workplace.
813-752-7097
S380 | General
BOAT TRAILER
ASSEMBLERS,
Mechanically inclined.
Plant City, 813-764-0242
CLASSIFIED
IS INFORMATIVE

ACCENTruate You'n
ACCENT, on internoiona provider
of custmer reetionsip management
solutions to Fortune 1000 companies,
invites you to learn more a a
career as a Inbound Customer
Service/Sales Representative
at our Zephyrhills, Florida,
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WE ARE LOOKING FOR:
*HS Diploma or GED
* Customer Service Skills o
*Ke.. rd i ls
Ao61h1 to 0r Fexbl HouHrs
Including Some Weekends
WE OFFER:
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Competitive Beneits-401kan
'Paid Trainin
*Paid Time f- Paid Holidays
COME TO OUR ZEPHYRHILLS
CAREER FAIR
Saturday, Aprl 9th 9am-lpm and
Tuesday, Apnil 12ih 9orrrm5pm
5931 North cGall louevard
Zephyrhils, Florid a 33542
(Located in Zephyr Plazal

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1380 |1 General
Clerks, Carnival Games,
Must travel and be 18.
Trans & AC lodging pro-
vided. Call 813-318-2909
FURNITURE ASSEMBLY
WAREHOUSE
DRIVERS
& MERCHANDISERS
813-645-7240. Will return
call for appt. Brandon
area.
General Laborers,
Scaffolders, Welders.
$ DAILY WORKS
$DAILYPAYS
219 Cook St, Brandon FL
Labor Finders 657-7003
GRADE Tractor Operator,
Experienced. Must have
FL drivers license. Drug-
free workplacce.
813-752-7097
LABORER-Plant City area.
Immediate opening.
40hr work week,
7am-3:30pm. Good pay
& some benefits.
Call Jim: 813-752-9700
MAINTENANCE, golf
course full time help
needed at golf course.
Turf and lawn eauiment
experience helpful. Ap-
ply in person at Walden
Lake Golf & Country
Club. 813-754-4670
REFURNISHING?
REMODELING?
LANDSCAPING
Help can be found in Spe-
cialty Shops & Services
directory everyday in
Classified!
Maintenance Persons for
award winning manu-
factory home communi-
ty needs 2 persons, ex-
perience preferred but
not necessary, full bene-
fit program. Call
813-754-3476 for inter-
view or Fax Resume to:
813-707-8316. EOE
Packers Mach operators,
Material Hanalers, All
shifts, Paradise Plastics,
apply direct1200 WMLK
Jr.B rvd, Plant City
RETIREMENT HOME
looking for full/part
time help, day & night
shift, willtrain, no expe-
rience necessary. Call
813-754-5223
STEEL & Sheet metal
workers need. exp or
non exp. 813-404-0794



HIRING
We are looking for a
dependable person who
will be respondable for
daily house cleaning &
general cleaning of bath
houses and offices at
our RV Resort. Valid
Drive License and good
driving record required.
We offer competitive
pay, medical and 401k
plan. Apply in person at
campa EastRV Resort,
4630 Mclntosh Rd,
Dover, FL. EOE
Alabama Metals
**Hiring -$10-13*
Must aply at:
RA STAFFING
813-754-5997
*Forklift drivers w/
Machine shop exp
Check out class 418
for cool deals on A/C's
ALCOA Aluminum
"now hiring thru**
RITASTAFFNGfor
Laborers & Maintenance
$9.50- $14/hr
813-754-5997
WorkeAt
383 HomeAt

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sible! Starting next
week! 80 Companies
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mute! 100% SATISFAC-
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with us online. $$$$$
WEEKLY. Use your own
computer or laptop. No
experience necessary.
Cal Online Supplier
1-800-693-9398 Ext. 1889
HELP WANTED Earn Extra
income assembling CD
cases at home. No expe-
rience necessary. Start
immediately. Call
1-800-267-3944 ext. 117
www.easywork-great-
pay.com
Earn $250.00 weekly as-
sem bling our Angel

Pins. No Experience
needed. Toll-Free
1-888-728-9834
www.AngelPin.net
$750 WEEKLY SALARY!
workers needed immedi-
ately. 100% no commute.
Genuine opportunity.
FREE INFO! Call Now!
1-800-251-4956 24 hrs.
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PORTUNITY Learn to
earn 6 figure potential
part-time from home.
o MLM1-888-203-7732
391-399
Education

SPrivate
392 Instruction
AFFORDABLE TUTORING
1 on your home all sub-
jects K-12, qualified
teachers, 813-754-5245
or www.clubztutor- I
ing.com


13961 Schools
ADULT HIGH SCHOOL DI
PLOMA at home in 6-12
weeks. Nationally ac-
credited Christian
school since 1971. Total
tuition $399/easy pay-
ment plan. Free ro-
chure 1-800-470-4723
American Academy, vis-
it our web site @
www.diplomaa-
thome.com
CNA, LPN o RN Prepara-
con de Examen. Fin de
semana, dias o noches.
813/249-2262 727/869-
8805, 352/592-3704,
407/273-3777. CNA, LPN
or RN Test Preparation.
Weekends, days, nights,
813/249-2262 727/869-
8805, 352/592-3704,
407/273-3777
EARN YOUR HIGH
SCHOOL Diploma at
home in 6 months or
less. Work at your own
pace. Keep your present
job. First Coast Acade-
my. Call for free bro-
chure. 1-800-658-1180.
http://fcahighs-
chool.org
Earn Degree Online from
home. Business *Para-
legal *Computer. Job
placement assistance.
Computer and Financial
aid if qualify. (866)
858-2121 www.Tidewa-
terTechonline.com
STEWART'S INTERNA-
TIONAL SCHOOL FOR
JEWELERS *5-Day Pro-
grams** Jewelry repair,
diamond setting de-
sign/casting, catalog.
1-800-843-3409 www.ste-
wartsintlschool.com
HIGH SCHOOL Diploma at
home. Unique, New
Adult Program. Accred-
ited Christian School.
Failure Proof. Guaran-
tees. Call
1-800-869-3997 ext. 30
400-499
Merchandise

14001 Misc for Sale [
$10 TVs Computers, Etc!
Police Seized From $10.
For Info
($1.95 Shipping)
1-800-769-5889 P285
All TEMPUR Orthopedic
Memory Foam NASA
Mattresses, warranty.
Cost $1995 must sell,
$399Q, $499K. All sizes &
sets available. Shipped
anywhere!! 813-493-1222
727-733-9334, Toll Free
1-866-476-0289 Visit
website20%off!
www.mattressdr.com
BATHTUB REFINISHNG .
Renew / Change Color.
Tub Tile, Sink&ChipRe-
pair. Commercial & Res-
idential. 5 yrs. Warranty
Quick Response,
Insured. Serving Florida
Over 10yrs. "Florida's
Tub Doctor"
1-888-686-9005
Church Pews, (59)865 lin-
eal feet, avail May. Best
Offer. Buyer remove and
transport
Call 239-642-6896
DIRECT FREE 3 ROOMS
SYSTEM installed &
delivered free. Say
goodbye to cable forever
+ 3 months FREE
HBO/CINEMAX. Call
1-800-694-8644.
www.dtv2day.com
PICNIC TABLES, 6',
weather treated, fully
assembled $150. Free
delivery 813-300-9974

T-SHIRT HEAT PRESS, Hix
S-600, semi automatic,
x15", good condition,
$600.727-403-6626
For Sale, 1000 33 1/3 LP's
35-40 LP albums, 30-40
45's records, 3 albums of
78 RPM's. All for
$500obo. 863-294-0093
Spot Advertising Works


400A misc. I
400A Wanted

AUTOGRAPHS WANTED
Cash paid for signed
items of movie, sports,
music and historical ce-
lebrities. Babe Ruth and
early baseball always
needed. Complete col-
lection or just that one
prized item. Call Doc at
813-677-7542 or e-mail
information to:
tampafame@aol.com
Donate you used: cars,
clothes, furn. books, etc.
to contribute to the ed.
of kids against drugs.
Free towing. Tax deduc.
H.E.D.O.866-936-9301

WANTED!
DTV/Dish Network
Will pay cash & pickup.
813-786-3006
c PAID for all types of
jewelry & silver/gold
merchandise. Watches.
Anything of value! Call
Sam 727/804-7463
ALWAYS BUYING,
Antiques Collectibles,
Pottery, Furniture & Etc.
Call 813-719-6336 after
9pm/wknds 476-0508
BUYING Old fishing REELS
and Bamboo Rods pre
1950. VOM HOFEOTTO
ZWARGHolzmann & Old
Tackle. (813) 963-6627
WE BUY
SAFES
Opened or locked
Hillsborough Lock & Key
813-935-5920
We buy unwanted
Furniture and also
clean-out Estates. Call
Jim 727-215-3259
I An "qu" / I
402 Collectibles

American Oak Furniture,
many pieces, plus Pine
moving sale, individual
owner.
Call 813-779-0560
ANTIQUE BRASS BED
$800
813-935-4523

Ceramics of Angels, Elvis
Clock, Marilyn Monroe,
Lucille Bal, $39.00-
49.95.18Tea Sets, $8.95-
19.75.813-874-3065
Collecter selling out all
sports cards.
Dealers Welcome!
Make me an offer.
3 727-593-9703IR
COOKIE JAR COLLECTION
212 jars, some are old as
McCoy, Disney,Treasure
Cft $1700 all,bo.Movin
813.996.2623813.996.334
LIONEL TRAINS & Others.
Bought & sold. New &
used. All gauges.
813-677-5008

Piano, restored antique
upright player piano.
aho any, exc working
cond.Zipser appr $11K,
sell $9K 813-831-3840
PRIVATE COLLECTOR
BUYING:
Autographs
Signed Baseballs
Babe Ruth
Autographed Albums
Call Doc 813-677-7542
14031 Kids Stuff
PLAY GYM, Rainbow
castle series, solid teak,
slide, rock climb, swing,
fort pd $350 accepting
best offer. 813-598-3351
1406 |Jewelry I
DIAMONDS- CERTIFIED
GIA EGL AGS, below re-
tail and Rapaport prices.
E-mail:
diamonds@glitzz.com
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WINN (IDIXIE
America's Supermarket'

Apollo Beach 6188 U.S. 41
Brandon 1945 W. Lumsden Ave.
Brandon -179 Bloomingdale Ave.
Sun City Center 4445 Sun City Cir.
Riverview 9822 U.S. 301


1406 Jewelry |
Engage Ring- Beautlu.l
Princess cu, .74ct,SI(2),
Clr F on 14k WG Band,
Last dia. bond inspect.
3/14/05 IGI Appr.$5450.
Ask $250. 813-737-6854
ENGAGEMENT RING, 14K,
.77ct round VVS, color
H, $1400 06BO
727-398-7383
14071 Diamonds
DIAMOND CERTIFIED
GENUINE, 1.08CT.WVVS1-
E, Appr $22,052.
Sacrinice@ $3,950
727-545-4299
Diamond Platinum Ring,
amazing 3.21ct, center
stone 2.21ct, certified
appr. @ $15,600 must
sel $7250 866-484-5723
Diamond ring, Emerald
shape, Platinum, Clarity
VS1 1 ct w/2 diamonds
.04 & .09 ct, cert apprais-
al @ $5198. Asking
$4900. Diamond en-
gagement ring, w/wed-
ding band new, round
bril liant cut, .59 ct, Clari-
ty VS1, cert appraisal @
$4286. Asking $4100.
Call 813-654-2064
DIAMONDS: 2.30c round
ap r. $13K only $4,950;
1.05c round appr. at$7K,
only $2,250
Call 941-539-0410
ENGAGEMENT RING, cert.
1.70 marquis, brill cut,
set in 14 ct. white gold,
colorless F, Kay Jewelers
$2555.813.541.1509
PLATINUM Diamond ring,
1.49 cts, ctr stone 1.15
w/VVS-1, color EF,
bagget on side $5300
firm. 813-727-0018
PLATINUM Engagement
ring, 1.01 carat GIA VS2,
G, rectangular princess
cut,AGSvalue$9800,
make offer 813-259-9618

408 Samps'-
408 Coins-Books
COINS, Currency, Bullion.
Buy Sell Trade Coin
Werx. Big Top Flea
Market D211 Sat & Sun
9a-4p 813-601-6940
Coins-Currency BUYING!
Tampa's Oldest Coin
Store. Top Dollar Paid,
Cash. 5802 N Armenia
813-879-6670
COINS WANTED
Corbins's Stamp & Coin.
Estimates / Appraisals.
9a-4p. M-S. 813-651-3266.
209N.KingsAve.Brnd
WANTED Private Stamp
Collector buying Stamp
Collections. Convert
Grandpa's old stamps
into CASH! 813-340-3381
WE BUY COINS!
Buying, selling, trading!
Over 38yrs exp. Buying
Silver & Gold coins. We
pay top $$. 813-792-2493
or 727-455-6196
1410 1 Furniture
ASSORTED FURNITURE-
Wrought Iron Bird Cage,
2 Recliners, Leather
Couch Brass Fan End
Tables. High-end Quali-
ty. Call AM,
813-968-4444 Bob

Bar/Game it $450
4 in 1 Oak Bar table
w/roulette, blackjack,
craps, accessories, wine
racks + glass storage
Incl! New in Boxes, Can
Deliver! 813-643-1388
** BED$100**
A absolute bargain Qu p/t
matt SET. New in plastic
w/warr. Can del 870-0070

BED $100
A brand New brand name,
inner springs, full or
queen, orthopedic pillow
top mattress set. New in
plastic w/wrty Can
deliver. 813-477-9019


Tampa- 8424 Sheldon Rd.
Tampa 8702 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Tampa 4479 Gandy Blvd.
Tampa 5715 Gunn Hwy.
Tampa 2540 Bearss Ave.
Tampa 8438 N. Armenia Ave.
Tampa 7851 Palm River Rd.
Thonotosassa 9535 E. Fowler Rd.
Lu[z -18407 U.S. 41
Lutz 2126 Collier Pkwy.


14101 Furniture I

BED $100
A brand new matt & box
set, still in plastic. Can
deliver. 813-926-8507

BED $120
An authentic brand name
qu. set, new in plastic
More avail. 813-380-6021

BED$125King*
A double sided pillowtop
New. In plastic w/warr.
Can deliver.
813-870-0070

i BED$185 KING
A brand name orthopedic
inner spring pillow top
mattress set. New in
plastic w/wrty. Can
deliver. 813-477-9019

BED $235 QUEEN
A dbl sided pillow top
matt. set New in plastic
w/ warr. Can deliver
813-478-8995

i BED$250*
A Complete Qn Platform
Bed New in Boxes, Can
Deliver! 813-643-1388
BED $275* *
All cherry sleigh bed,
solid wd w/matt set,
new still in boxes.
813-870-0070. Can del.

**BED$280**
MEMORY FOAM SET
New. Qu coiless. As seen
onTVw/warranty
Can deliver. 813-870-0070

i BED$3001h
Memory Foam Mattress,
10", developed by NASA,
as seen on TV.20 yr.
warranty, new in plastic.
Can deliver. 813-477-9019

BED $335 KING
A dbl sided pillow top
matt set. New in plastic
w/warr Can deliver.
813-727-5223

**BED $85**
A full size matt. set. New
in plastic w/warr. Can
deliver. 813-251-3134.
BED Craftmatic,
adjustable, new, wave &
massage action, heat
pad included.
813-634-6975

i BEDSET$298
21" thick pillow top
Mattress Set. 20yr.
warranty. 100% brand
new in plastic. Can
deliver. Call 813-477-9019

BEDROOM i $195
A Brand new maple set
New in boxes! Can deliv-
er 813-643-1388

BEDROOM I $385
Wood HB, nstand,
Drsr/Mr, Chest. All new
in boxes, 813-643-1388

BEDROOM i $750
A Complete 5 pc Ashley
Bed Suit, New in Boxes,
Can Dlvr! 813-643-1388

BEDROOM $775
All cherry wd sleigh bd,
2 ngtstnds, drsr mirror,
chest new Can del
13-870-0070
Bedroom$845*
7 pc king set. New in
boxes w/warr. Can del.
813-251-3134
BEDROOM Set- Broyhill
Qu Fontana Coll. Good
Cond Bed, M/F Dressers,
w/mirror, desk/chair,
nightstands $800 obo.
813-222-0057
BEDROOM SET- King,
matt & frame, dresser
w/ mirror, hutch 2 night
stands, headboard,
$850.813-949-6839


14101 Furniture I
Bedroom suite, Thomas-
ville, King, huge 4 post
mahogany, dresser w/
mirror, armoire, night-
stands. Paid $13,800-
$6300 obo 813-486-0765
BEDS AAA+ TEMPUR
Ortho-PEDICNasa
Memory Foam Mattress.
As onTV 10YrWTY
Q cost$1699 sell$399,
K cost.$;1899 se115499
Can Deliver Statewide!
All Sizes Avail + P. Tops
AIR & ADJUSTABLE (
WHOLESALE Prices
SWEDISHBEDDING.COM
813-493-1222
727-733-9334
866-476-0289 ANYTIME!
Beds tables, chairs, cof-
fee tables, armoires, pa-
tio. Solid teak wood
from Bali. Store closing.
35% off all items. Deliv-
er. Chris: 727-643-6431
BOOKCASES. Two, solid
light oak. One is
36"x43"x15" with 3
shelves, the other is
84"x60' x15" with 7
shelves. $600 for the
pair. 813-258-6858
CHAIR/OTTOMAN/SOFA,
New, cottage style $500.
Computer uesk/Hutch,
custom, oak $325.
813-245-6276
Children's furniture twin
captain's bed-$250 girl's
matching dresser &
desk-$200 Little Tykes
desk & chair-$35 (813)
909-2192
CHINA CAB & FORMAL
TABLE, Beautiful Italian
Mahogany lacquer, sts
8, incl China serv for 12.
$1500 813-866-4111
Custom Furniture, Refin-
ishing, Refurbishing. Ex-
perienced furniture
builder/refinisher. Exot-
ic woods.. Hawaiian
Koa, Mango, Afromosia,
Teak, Jato-ba, modern to
classical designs. Call
for information, and
free estimates, ask for
Tim (813) 835-3U46

Oi DAY BED $275
Complete with frame, 2
mattresses, trundle, all
new in boxes. Can
deliver. 813-477-9019

DAYBED
Complete w/pop-up
trundle & 2 twin matts.
never used, sacrifice
$275 can del 813-926-8507
DESIGNER FURNITURE
WANTEDTop $$ paid for
1950s-60s-70s. Knoll,
Kagan, Nakashima,
Bertoia, Miller, Springer
& others! 917-405-5095
DINETTE Hand carved
Solid OakTablewith leaf
& 6 Chairs. New in Boxes
d $450 Hutch also
available! 813-643-1388

DINING RM $1195
9 pc cherry set, New in
box w/waranty. Can de-
liver 813-870-0070
DINING Rm set w/pedes-
tal, oak, 6 chrs, $600;
matching oak Curio
Cabinet, $300
813-986-1602
Dining Room Table and
China Cabinet, 8 Chairs,
2 Leaves, solid Cherry
wood, beautiful condo.
$1,950.813-991-5430
DINING Set, light oak, Ir
table, 2 leaves, 6 padded
chrs, Irg China cabinet.
$1200 813-643-7373
813-376-4273
Dining Table, Rosewood
Veneer, circa 1890's
carved pedestal (roses)
base, oval 62"x49 -
extends to 79" sits 6.
$1,000 obo. 813-899-2008.

it FUTON $200
Oak with extra thick
mattress. New in boxes.
Can deliver. 813-477-9019
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14101 Furniture Te417 lephones/ 420 Musicalent
I' 4 Pagers I 420 Instruments
FUTON We buy old cell phones. VIOLINS New $100 Ger-
Medium oak, honey fin- Nokia otorola Samsung man $150. Viola $150.
ish, 9 layer matt, new in etc. 2 yrs old & up. Cellos $319. Cases &
box, cost $625, sell $285 Bows. Mandolins $120.
813-293-1743 813-933-5008 Guitars $150. Trumpets
813-293-1i43 Clarinets & Flutes $199
l48 Air Del avail 727-945-9427
Mattress$100* 418 Conditioners Low cost, expert repairs
A baby soft Qu P/T, set in I sewi
185c anarrdeliver A/CNew in Box 42 Machines
813-870-0070 Complete systems
installed. 2ton$1695; SURGER, New Riczar 4
MATTRESS $100 2/2 ton $1795,; 3 ton thread surgery $500;
brand name, full or qn 1 4 ton $2095; 5 ton 813-754-4394
pillowtop Mattress Set, $2195. 5 yrs warr on all
in new in plas- 195 par Used Ac's naval 21 Radio, TV, &
tic wive warranty81 19Can yrs exp. State cert. Lic# -tI Stereo
dever.813-477-9019 CAC057499 Call Mike: I
MATTRESSDR.COM 813-235-3991 55" HD 16x9 newer big
Wholesale Showroom 1-2-3 screen TV, asking $1100.
7924 W. Hillsb. Best AC/HEAT PUMP Systems Can deliver.
Mer.Foam Adiustables Winter Clearance 727-771-2665.
Mainm Foamnew in box with
&Air.813-8t9-9u20 factory warranty @ FREE 4-ROOM DIRECTV
MOROCCAN FURNITURE wholesale prices. SYSTEM incl. installa-
SExample: S lit 2ton $726 tion. 3 months Free 50+
3ton $825 4ton $1055, premium Channels! Ac-
i Free Delivery, cess to over 225 chan-
iri- 352-302-2879 nels! Limited time offer.
S&H restrictions apply.
Pre Season Special! A/C 1-800-260-2813
Sofas, Mirrors, Lanterns new in box. 5 yr Fact FREE 4-ROOM DIRECTV
& more. 727-894-2422 or Warrty All Homes Siz- SYSTEM includes stan-
visitourwebsite www. es: M.Homes, 2-ton dard installation. 2
treasuresofmorocco.com $910, 2'/z -ton $960,. 3- MONTHS FREE 50+ Pre-
SALE! Wicker Dining rm, ton$1053,/2 -ton$1070 mium Channels. Access
Livin &Bedrm Sets. 31Prof91 Install RMOO to over 225 channels!
Patio furniture, accesso- 31291 813/453-9033 Limited time offer. S&H.
ries & gifts. Call Forever NEW"**S/DENT Restrictions Apply.
Wicker 813-948-4802 RECONDITIONED UNITS (866)500-4056.
Sectional with chaise, 5 You Deserve the Best HOME PHONE DISCON-
pieces, fabric multi col- Prices, Service & In- NECTED? Get Recon-
or made by Thomas- stalls.WeDoltRinhtThe nected Fast! Or Call Be-
ville, excellentcondition FirstTime! #RAO039944 fore Disconnection.
$600. (813) 948-2842 or REMINGTON AIR971-2206 From $29.99/mo. No De-
(813)957-1512. Used Mobile Home&Cen- posit, No Credit Check.
tral Systems. 2-5 tons. Guaranteed Approval.
CLASSIFIED $200 p w/warranty 1-866-447-2489 Ameri-
Can Instal. Repair worp can DiaTone, onnect-
WORKS also. NTA CAC 1813656.in Customers Since
813-748-9265.907-3838 1999 Se Habla Espanol
Sofa $250 Love 225 CENTRAL HEAT & AIR I WANT TO BUY any audio
Chair $125. Uphol. New Mobile Home unit in & video electronics;
still in plastic w/warr, excellent condition, can Bose, Macintosh, Krell,
Must sell! 813-251-3134 demonstrate, $350. Call any manufacturer Cash.
Can deliver. 1 813-486-3642 727-643-6661
I sical Jesse Dollar Sales.New&
42 I used merchandise
Sofa $599, Love 450 I420 Instruments below wholesale. TVs,
All top grain leather set. stereos, Panasonic tele
New in plastic.Only Amps, DJ Equip, Speakers phones, cell phones&
$699. Can. deliver, Wireless Mics, Liahting, other household items.
813-870-0070 Best Rental Selecion in Tuesday Saturday 9-7.
Bay Area. Ask about our 10018 N. 30th St, Tampa
WHOLESALE do it yourself DJ pkg. 33612.813-975-2829.
WHOLEALE Beamworks Inc. Rentals
TO THE PUBLIC Sales. (813)855-0709 NO PHONE SERVICE? Get
TO THE PUBLIC beamworsccom Reconnected Fast! Ba-
full boxsjrng/matt. $159 sic Service $24.95/Mo.
4pcsetDresser/Mirror,. BABY GRAND PIANO, 99 Long distance plans
4 Drawer Chest, Head- Samick, Black lacquer avaiable, no deposit.
board- $289. w/ bench, orig owner Transfer service- keep
BunkBeds.-- $195. exc cond. $5800 same number.
Sofa & Loveseat, Metro 813-986-2048 1-888-467-8286 &
Fiber Fabric, Earthtones 1-800-813-9235 Insta-
Fiber 95. htnes BASS & GUITARS tone. Se Habla Espanol.
BAYAREA'SBEST $24.95/mo basic ser-
8SB&B OUTLET NEW- USED-VINTAGE vice.8AM8PM.
115S .EVERSST REPAIRS LESSONS TV,42" Plasma, HD ready,
PLANTCITY BUY-SELL-TRADE Hitachi, perfect cond.
813-759-8864 LEGENDS* 813-348-0688- $1800.813-760-0146
14151 | Carpeting I GUITAR Gibson Voodoo
Les Paul w/case. Nice.
Carpeting & Padding, Call for more info. TV, 52" flat screen HI-Fl
1,360sf, Rose, excellent d1 cnAA ef, w/ ent ctr, 2 mos
condition. Great for o813453-0144't old. Must Sell. Shipping
Mobile Homes or small out to Iraq. $2,400.
Apts. $500.813-996-5583 HARP 813-992-1591 -661-3505
14161 Appliances I Non-pedal harp, excel- I WANT TO BUY non-
410 Applenconition $2, 000 working Big Screen
A opliances-Absolute Call 813-837-8819 Televisions. Please
Lowest $ Guaranteed. Organ & Bench, Technics Call 813-986-1229
Delivery. Woody's mod. SXEN3, excellent
Aliances, $74.50up. condition, sacrifice 1426 Photography I
oway626-787 $695. Sun City area
8307 Armenia 933-8288. 813-634-9179. DIGITAL CAMCORDER
APPLIANCES BEST PRIC- ORGAN LOWREY Royale PanasonicDVX100a like
ES IN TOWN! Large se- 3yrs old Cherry Finish new, unimic, extra batt,
election of washers, dry- Cost $4,000 NEW, filters and more. $2,850
ers, stoves & refrigera- ASKING $24,000 obo Firm, (813) 546-1374
tors. $79.50 & up. War- (863)291-8151 Medical
ranty & delivery in lim- Medical
its. Don't gamble, know ORGAN Roland's newest 420 Equip.
your dealer! 45 yrs exp! Superb Features 2mo I
7604Broadway 626-7787 new 80SL cost $39,995 ABSOLUTELY NO cost to
8307 Armenia 933-8288. walnut asking $29995, you. New power wheel-
APPLIANCES-BRAND extras. 813-634-0787 chairs and scooters. Call
NEW GE ATCOST. Home PIANO- Casio, AL150R, us toll free 1/800-843-
builder overstock. Digital, Ebony polish fin. 9199 Day/Night to see if
GE22cuftside by side Barely used, Paid over you qualify
w/ice &water $850 $3K $19600 obo. aerobicisers
GE Nautilus dishwasher 813-855-3561. Power Chairs & Scooters
Reduced to $250 PIANO-KOHLER & Camp- Beds, Lift Chairs & More!
Call 813-971-3000 bell NewYorker Upright, You May Qualify at
CLASSIFIED WORKS beautiful, antique 60 NO COST TO YOU!
**APPLIANCES** une, plays well. $500 813-269-8049
USED WITH WARRANTY Call813-948-1630 MEDICARE/MCAID/INS
From$99*
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG PIANO RENTALS NEW MOTORIZED
4000W. Kennedy WITH OPTION TO BUY WHEELCHAIRS "No
281-0777 $25/mo Lowst rates in FL! Cost" if Eligible. Scooter
PARTS TODAY BECKER PIANO Type / Hospital Beds /
11900 N. Nebraska 813-837-3632 Manual Chairs. We Ac-
972-4242 cept Medicare & Private
PIANO SALE Insurance. Free Delivery
Fridge, side-by-side; Gas Specials/Close Outs Helping Hands Medical
stove; Dishwasher; Mi- Most Popular Brands Equipment CallToll Free
crowave;Dbl sink&fau- Incl. CD Player Grands 1-877-667-7088. Habla-
cet All GE Profile, Wht, Owner/Operator27 Yrs mosEspanol
$1,200 Set 813 610-1642 Best Prices & Value
00SetCall 813-855-1227 Rascal HD Scooter, # 305,
Mom & Pops Applianc- exc. cond., lift, cover,
es,$75 & up,W/D,Stove PIANO, Steinway Model L, newer batteries. $2K obo
& efr. 10014 30th St. Satin Ebony case. Exc 813-634-9419
Free Delivery cond, $35,000 or 941-235-0502
813-632-9620; 335-5788 941-355-3360 SCOOTER-RASCAL: Still
USED APPLIANCES: looks brand-new. Mo-
Dishwashers $40. PIANO Yamaha, Baby torized pwr-lifting seat.
Stoves $80 & up. grand black, must sell, Must see. Pd $4400; sell
Refrigerators $100 & up. $5000. Chickerina Baby for$1295.813-335-2159
Call Mark813-244-3412 Grand, Maha finish,
VACUUM-Kirby Gen. 6 Ltd $2900obo. 727-328-1249 430 Office Equip.
Edition 2000, all PIANOS-Mason & Hamlin & Furniture
attachments & shampoo- black, $1500 obo.
er, $450 OBO Like new Schubert Walnut $1000 125 Herman Miller Work-
813-361-5445 obo. Must Sell! stations. Exc Cond this
VACUUM RAINBOW SE 813-309-4090 lve msg. Won't Last! Call Chuck
VACUUM RAINBOW SE 813-966-1072 almost
with attachmentsvery PIANOS, Yamahas, certi- newworkstation.com
clean, excellent condo fled used, 10 yr wrty,
used very little. $375 over200tochoose.Baby 40 Knoll Morrison
813-334-7876 Grands, C-3 $9000, C-2 Workstations 6x6 48"H,
WASHER & DRYER $8000, C-1 $7000, U-3 2 Shelves, BBF FF, Blue'
WASHER & DRYER studio $2500. $695 each. Also Used
$200 and Up for Set. 888-600-5188 Files, Seating, Cubicles
$100-Upeach. And More'Low Prices!
Guaranteed, Can Delivery SAX: Selmer Tenors, Su- V 727-647-1853o
813-382-8615 perAction II, MarkVl's 72--15
'38 Balanced Action, Rare Arm Chairs* Desks* Files
WASHER OR DRYER huge Buescher Bass, Best Used Office Furniture
$0 Gr on'ii Offer. 727-525-2243 Specialist. Commercial
$100 Great condition Qlty. At wholesale pric-
Can deliver w/warranty. ADVERTISE IN CLASS 631 s!! EOF 813-877-9400
Don 813-300-6714 AND SEE YOUR VAN GO!


430 & Furniture

Bookcases, Chairs,
Desks, Files, Conf.
Tables, All In Stock HON
Chairs 50% to 70% OFF.
635.9255 / 5414 N 56th
Business Phone Systems
New & Used, Installed
1 Year Warranty, AT&T,
Norstar, voice mail.
20 yrs exp. 813-985-5011
Chairs! Chairs! Chairs!
Over 500 used chairs in
stock. Multi functional
mid bck chair $59- much
more! EOF 813-877-9317
Cubicles-6'x6' Concensus
Al condition $499.00
6'x 7' Steelcase 2 yrs.
new $699.00
877-9400
Desks (6), 5 credenzas,
filing cabiets bookcas-
es & more. All in ood
condition. 813-980-6228

Desks! Files! Chairs!
Largest quality selection
in Tampa Bay area!!
Unbeatable $$! E.O.F.
813-877-9317
DIGITAL COPIER $395
Copyfax Svcs
Service, ales&Supplies
www.copyfax2.com
727-461-4701
Files. Files *Files
Commercial Grade &Qlty
5 Drawer Lat. Files $200
4 Drwr Vert. $49 like new
EOF 813-877-9400
Office Furniture, used.
Desks $60; Lg filing
cabinets $40; sm filing
cabinets $10; All in good
cond. 813-961-4341
We Buy Office Furniture!!
Top Dollar Paid $$$
Economy Office Furniture
813-877-9317

41 Computers &
431 Equipment

AMD $99 Internet Ready
Computer. Laptops
starting at $149. New
systems starting at
$299.1031 W. Busch
PC Services 931.4976
AMD 2200+ New PC $279
256mb Memory 40gb
Hard Drive CD-Burner
Network USBs, & more!
One Year PC Warranty.
ISORM: Mon-Sat 10 to 7
14918 North Florida Ave
(813)264-0408
BRAND NEW COMPUTER
Bad Credit? No Prob-
lem! You're approved.
-Guaranteed. No Credit
Check Checking ac-
count required. (800)
507-4855 Blue Hippo
Funding Call now for
free bonus.
COMPUTER REPAIR $45
*Flat rate Not per hour*
ISORM: on-Sat 10 to07.
14918 North Florida Ave
(813)264-0408
HP Lap Top, new w/CD's,
Celeron M DVD/ CDR
Burner. $800.
813-503-3864
813-979-9026
La to Below Whole$ale
Delr, Compaq, Toshiba
Unlimited Wireless Net
New/Used. Starting $299
CALL 813-468-5278
www.buzztech.net
A NEW COMPUTER
BUT NO CASH?
You're APPROVED-
Guaranteed! NO
CREDIT CHECK- Bad
Credit- Bankruptcy OK.
1-800-420-0326
10A-9P EST Mon-Fri
*Checking Account
Re q u i r e d
www.pcs4all.com
I Commercial
432 Equipment

JANITORIAL Equipment, 2
Billy Goats, ladders,
cleaning supplies, bar-
rells, extractor, etc.
813933-3578
SHAVED ICE (Sno cone)
machine, 20-Block ice
maker, + other related
equip. Call
727-527-2644
jS Restaurant/
"4 Hotel Equip
COMMERCIAL COOLER,
True. 3 sliding doors,
less than 200 hrs on new
compressor $800.
813-788-1061.
FREEZER, Double Glass
door, split unit, brand
new compressor,
$2500 obo
813-831-1117
HOBART Mixers, Glass
Door Coolers, Grills,
Stoves, Pizza Ovens, &
walk-in coolers. Call
727-581-9293
ICE MAKERS, Hoshizaki's,
1200lbs, w/ice bins.
$1500 & umt@ 16001bs
ea, w/ice bins $4000
813-833-6918
Restaurant Equipment-
Oven, four burner stove,
grill deep fryer, Gyro
machine, SS table, and
misc. 813-787-6374
Store
435 Fixtures -
Equipment

DISPLAY CASES,
USED CLOTHES RACKS
SHELVES, COUNTERS.
WHSE FULL 813-886-8400
Check out class 418
for cool deals on A/C's


Store
435 Fixtures -
Equipment

New & Used Showcases
Grid & Slat wall,
Hardware, Shelving.
813-628-4332
72 ft of gift card racks,
never used. $1500. 5
spinner racks, $250. Dis-
play case $100. Also
nave cards and other
misc items from closed
gift shop. 813-681-3545

4 1 Builder's
40 Supplies
1 1& 2 American Oak
Flooring Wholesale
from the Original Guy
who started in this sec-
tion. I buy flooring from
all over the world no
Middleman. I have more
products in stock than
anyone that will sell to
the public. Containers of
Wood, Laminate, Ce-
ramic starting at .99 sf.
Come where the build-
ers & savvy buyers buy
flooring 1-813-918-2737
www.yeagerflooring.com
We also do expert Sand
& Finish work for your
worn out old looking
floor, Call us and we'll
come right over to mea-
sure and make plans to
fill your needs. Yeager's
Nobody beats our qual-
ity or service let alone
our price.
All Metals Roofing
Standing Seam, roof
pkg, Galvalume-Plus,
Snap-Lock Panels. Easy
to install Visa/MC
accepted. 813-224-9060
Cabinet Co. Moving Sell-
ing equip. Holzer edge
bander 1402, Delta Tbl
saw & more. Please call
for info 813-882-3941

CABINETS
Brand Names
KRAFTrMAID, QUALITY
Wholesale Prices
Do It Yourself
Or We Design & Install
813-716-1966
CABINETS Kraftmaid,
shipped direct to your
home, wholesale prices,
Lifetime warranty.
813-657-7778

FLOORING
Prefinished oak still in
boxes, 2308sf. @$2.25/sf.
Will split, 813-318-9056
Hartco Pattern Plus Ma-
le Hardwood, 5" wide
3 colors. 30K sf avail!
Won't last $2.50 per sf!
Oak flooring, Hartco,
3/8X3" $1.99,2 colors. 8k
sf avail! Granite 12x12
tiles, 3 colors. $4.99
each. 12 palettes avail!
All major brand hard-
wood, best buy on lami-
nates, CallThe Laminate
World 813-426-6470
LUMBER LIQUIDATORS
HARDWOOD FLOORING
from .99 cents SQ. FT.
Exotics, Oak Bamboo,
Prefinished & Unfin-
ished. Bellawood w/50
year refinish, plus A
Lot More! We Deliver
Anywhere, 5 Florida Lo-
cations, -800-FLOOR-
ING (356-6746)
LUMBER SPECIALIZES INC
Wholeale Millwork
Lumberto the Public
4914 W Linebaugh AvTpa
MF 8-5813-269-0441 www
.lumberspecialties.com
Min order 500'
1x6 t&g R/S cedar 75t ft;
1x6 pine flooring 48t ft &
up; 1x4 pine flooring 19
ft & up; 1x4 t&g cypress
v rrove 38 ft; 2x8 log
siding 95S ft; 1x12 Pecky
cedar $1.95 ft; 5/4 "clear
pine base or crown $1.08
ft; 1x4 #1 pt porch
flooring ft.
Ask aboutour
clearance bundles


14401 Builder's
4401 Supplies
METAL ROOFING SAVE
$$$ Buy Direct From
Manufacturer. 20 colors
in stock with all Accesso-
ries. Quick turn around!
Delivery Available. Toll
Free (888)393-0335.
METAL ROOFING: ALL
TYPES. Discount Pric-
ing! Buy Direct from
Manufacturer. Special-
izing in Commercial &
Residential Twenty (20)
colors with all accesso-
ries in stock. Quick turn-
around Save$$$ CallToll
Free. 1-888-393-0335.
MEXICANTILE*
ALL SIZES
FINISHED and RAW
813-884-6127* *
RAILROAD TIES
8', 10', 12', bundles of 20,
good quality, quantity
pricing, delivery ava-
able. Call 863-66-8017
TELEPHONE POLES, Pres-
sure treated, (7) 35' -
50'L. (5) 9-10'L
ranging $60- $225 ea.
obo. Call 813-334-4860
Affordable used metal, 24
ga. Roof Panels. Galv &
painted. Y pay new
prices? Save! Money!
813-478-5276
*18x18 GRANITE TILE
Absolute Black, grade A
at $3.89 sq. ft. Other col-
ors avail, starting at
$2.79 sq ft. 813-258-6958
Ask About Our Specials!
1441 Patio & Deck
I Supplies
Concrete Pavers 2nds
from manufacturer
low price, Brooksville
call Sonyaat
S352-799-7933*
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STEEL BUILDINGS. Facto-
ry Deals Save$$$.

40x60' to 100x200'. Ex-
ample: 50xlOOx12'=
$3.60/sf 800)658-2885
www.rigidbuliding.com
3 STEEL BUILDINGS
24x30 Sell $3,990.
38x38 Sell $5,981.
48x96-Sell $15,461.
Call Ashley
1-800-863-9128
STEEL BUILDING SALE
20x30, 25x30, 30x40
40x60, O50x10b0 Brand
New Free Delivery if or-
dered by 04-09-05 Call
Charlie (800)896-1082
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
installed; Buildings/
Sheds from $1,925. Al-
most Any Size Available
813-299-4790 .681-5468
STEEL BUILDINGS! SUPER
SALE! 40x50, 60x150
Best Offer- Can Deliver!
Jane 1-800-839-1075.
4 1 Machinery &
449 Heavy Equip.
Commercial Curb Mach
w/extra shaft & auger
puts out 17 ft per minute
$8995.00
Call: 1-318-465-6634
Forklift-Tampa Forklift
since 1974. Parts Svc.,
Rentals, New,Used
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
The Key To SAVINGS Start
Here in Classified!


449 Machinery &
449 1 Heavy Equip.

Lincoln Procut 55 plazma
cutter, new cond. $2000.
Lincoln square wave 175
tig/stick welder w/cart,
new cond. $1100.
813-477-6041
Machine Shop
Downsizing. Selling
vertical min lathe jig
bore & various oiher
equip. 813-935-2799
PUMP International Har-
vester Rainbow Pump
Unit Model 10750.
264CID Gasoline engine.
550GPM. 3 outlet mani-
fold. Fresh overhaul.
600' hose. Trir mounted.
$2,850 813-695-7039
Cn Sporting
45" IGoods

Bar/Game i- $450
4 in 1 Oak Bar table
w/roulette, blackjack,
craps, accessories, wine
racks + glass storage
Inc! New in Boxes, Can
Deliver! 813-643-1388
Bushmaster M4 $850. Sig
P220, NS $500. Berreta
CX4 Storm .45 $600.
Glock 17 $490. Keltec
.380 $320.813-685-2612
Game/Dinette $450
Solid wood, 3-in-l,
Poker/Bumper Pool, New
in boxes. 813-477-9019
GUN- Marine Magnum 12
gauge, w/ pistol grip,
new cond $475
813-493-0134
GUNS: Carry Permit Class
$35.New Mini-14SS$495
Hi Cap Mags, New SKS
$169,
813-210-GUNS (4867)
GUNS- Colt, 38 Super, SS
series 80 $695. Like new.
813-651-1106

GUNS- Colt 45, gold cup,
series 80, stainless,
$895; Smith & Wesson 66,
8" barrel $395.
All Like New!
813-651-1106
GUNS-Rugger Redhawk
44 map, exc cond $400
Firm; Colt Lawman 3,
357 $325 oboaNew EAA,
22 ma9g&22LR, $300 obo
813-857-1368
HUNT CLUB Green Top
2015 acres, southern
zone. Membership $700
Dublin GA
i 404-433-7342.
HUNT ELK Red Stag,
Whitetail, Buffalo-
Our season starts Sep-
tember 1, 2005. GUAR-
ANTEED HUNTING LI-
CENSE $5.00. We have
NO game NO pay policy.
Cal? days: (3314)
209-9800 Evenings:
(314)894-3776
POOL TABLE $1250
4'x8' Pro Series, solid
wood, 1" slate, leather
pockets, K-66 rails Ball
and Claw feet, Worth 5K.
Lifetime warranty.
Can deliver & set-up.
813-477-9019
Pool Table 4x8
Pro Series 1" Tournament
slate, K66, 100% gum
rubber rails, diamond
sights, carved cabinet,
new in box, never used.
Cost $3200, sell $1250.
Can deliver.
813-293-7621
POOL TABLE 8' Barely
used, beautiful, medium
oak, custom made table
from Robertson Bil-
liards. Must break down
and move yourself. Cues
included! $2,000 (813)
223-1199
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Tampa 8424 Sheldon Rd. Valrico -1971 S.R. 60
INN IX E 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.
Brandon -1945 W. Lumsden Ave. Tampa 7851 Palm River Rd.
Brandon -179 Bloomingdale Ave. Thonotosassa 9535 E. Fowler Rd.
Sun City Center -4445 Sun City Cir. Lutz -18407 U.S. 41
Riverview 9822 U.S. 301 Lutz 2126 Collier Pkwy. i


450Sporting I 460 Power
450 Goods Mowers
POOL TABLE, All solid BLOWER, Backpack, Stihl
wood, no press boards, BR550, $350. Line
8' Pro Series 1" slate Trimmer, Echo SRM230,
Ithr pockets, -66Speed Both exc. cond. $175.
rails, dble bolted( 727-688-4829
beamed + cues, walI
rack, custom marble Gravely 60 inch cut, runs
balls, never used, cost but needs work, $600
$5K sell $1350 813-545-7319
727-224-9196
Self Defense Products.
Visec Surveillance soft- New Lawn Mower Shop
ware Child & personal CRANKS & CAMS
safety Alarms, & more 3322E Lithia Pincrest
www.tjspy.com Comm. Euip. Repairs
Cert. Tecs236-3363
WANTED SNAPPERRIDING MOWER
WANT 9hp, 28" mulching blade
GUNS, OLD FISHING Low hours
LURES, DUCK DECOYS $550
AND OLD COINS. 813-657-5350
863-667-0966 L
RE-ENACTORS, Join the 1465 | Lawn & Grdn
Afrika Korp. Recruits FANURE!
Neded.CallrDave FREE HORSEMANURE!
Needed. Call Dave Great For Gardens!
813-362-1616 after 4pm YOU HAULGreat For Gardens!
New Mexico hunts still Local deliveryavailable.
avail for Elk, Mule deer 813-661-1096
and Antelope. For Fall
2005. For more info ROTO-TILLER, Troy Built,
505-756-1409, or email Horse, 10HP,Tecumseh,
rboutftr@cvn.com good condo $600 obo.
813-737-2781
REFURNISHING?
REMODELING?
LANDSCAPING Wood Chipper, Troybuilt
Help can be found in Spe- 5 hp, lust serviced, pull
cialty Shops & Services crank, $350obo.
directory everyday in 813-416-5766
Classified! IA Nurseries/ I
45,1 Exercise "46 Trees
Equipment CHEAP LADIES
Bikes (2) Greg Lemond LADY PALMS
studio, barely used, all 7gal.(3-4ft)$32
manuals & ools, list 15al.(4-6t)$75
$1050 ea., selling $600 7-542-8362
ea. s81-732-725 Lic.#47226432 Email:
ea.s-732 5 palmgirlfla@aol.com
BOWFLEX Power Pro, palmgirlfla@aol.com
2101bs of resistance, FRUITTREESALE
great shape $400 or 90 Varieties:Lemon-Lime
Best offer. Please call Orange-Tangerine-Fig
813-277-4799 Pummelo-Persimmon
Fl. Peach-Plum-Nect.
SAVE BIG ON FITNESS All Sizes $40to $50
EQUIP Name brand, 813-752-4938 #47216934
health club quality
www.shedsafely.com or LIVE OAKS,
1-888-625-1199 45 GAL, 4" CAL, 14'..$75
25GAL, 3" CAL, 12'..$50
Personal training equip. 15GAL 2" CAL 8'..$25
Multi Station cable 748-8641Reg #47220672
cross squat box,
weights & bars $5500.
813-732-7325 TABEBUIA TREES
I Call 813-949-4546
i 4 Health Lic #47235186
456 Products .* Troicals**
Mango *Avacado*
NEED AFFORDABLE Guava* Lychee*
H EA LTH CAR E? ***Palms***
$59.93/month per Adonidia* Travelers*
family. No limitations. Triangle Spindle *
All Pre-existing *Bismark Foxtail*
Conditions OK. Call P.S. #4722415 813-884-1927
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Family! Medical Dental,
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$89.95) No prescription
Needed! FREE shipping COFFEE table 36X36 stor-
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14801 Dogs I

American Bulldogs
NKC $500. Too many de-
tails to list. Please call
352-243-2762
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD
PUPPIES-Non regis-
tered, 10 weeks old,
$150. Please call:
(863) 735-8975
BEAGLE pups AKC, 2M's,
IF, 8 wks., vet chkd, HC,
show quality, plus exc.
hunting bldlines. Small
POP $500 (863) 853-1041.
BEAGLE pups born 2/16.
2 Tri M's; 1 Choc M; 3
Choc F, POP. $200 each,
Taking dep. Avail 4/9.
(863)425-8331
BICHON BABY DOLLS
AKC, toy size,6-11 Ibs, in
home family raised, H
guarantee, 8wks,$750 &
up. Call (863) 299-0953
or 616-780-8101
BICHON FRISE, Adorable,
non-shedding with
Papers Females- $600;
Males-$500
352-726-9570
BICHON Pups, AKC,
Champ line, Hith certify
home raised, vet
checked 1st shots
13-973-8834
Advertise in Classified
IT'S HERE TODAY....
GONETOMORROW!


(4801 Dogs I
BICHON Pups ready
4/8/05, AKC, Wht,
champ bldlines POP,
M&F, $700 & up
813-677-1005
BLOODHOUND Puppy,
AKC Male, 14 weeks,
Black & Brown, Champi-
on bloodline, $700
813-546-1865.
Do you have good news to
share with thousands
and thousands of peo-
ple? Place a Happy ad in
classified!
BORDER COLLIES, Reg.
$250 & Up, Will Deliver,
abcbordercollies.com
Hith Guar. 888-229-0621

BOXER Puppies-Ready
4/6, UAB reg, 5M, IF,
Trad'l Fawn & Flashy
Brindle POP, taking
deps. $00 352-799-7861
PARKYOUR CAR IN CLAS-
SIFIED and see ittake off
in the fast lane!
BOXER PUPPIES,
registered 3 Flashy
Fawn females 2 White
males $450-$525.
813-968-3619
Cairn Terrier Puppies,
AKC/CKC, M/F, POP, 1st
shots, health cert.
$425-$500 386-208-1323


14801 Dogs I

Cavalier to Yorkie
Designer dog bags, beds,
bowls, toys, dog food,
it's all on sale. We are
remodeling save up to
50%
Cavaliers, Cockers, Shih
Tzu, Shipa, Labs, Pugs,
Many more. Shots 1 r
wrnfy. Must be sol]d
now. 813-653-4384, 4385
Links Paw Tr. Valrico,
Lic # P05-077909
When you search Classi-
fied it's:
FINDERS...KEEPERS!
Chihuahua Pups, pure
bred, 2 sable-M, white
chest, 1 blue-F. wht chest
p parents 4 Ibs, hlth cert
350 cash, 863-581-5322

CHIHUAHUAS-TEACUP
puppies, AKC, males &
emales, long & short
coat, many colors $500
-800. Call 727-237-3872
Chinese Crested Pups
AKC Reg, Powder puff
males, $350 Hairless
male $800; 727-856-2287
or 727-992-4544
CHINESE Crested puppies
AKC, teacups/toys,
males & females 3 hair-
less\ 2 pwdr puffs $600
-$2,000.727-237-3872


1480 I Dogs I
Chocolate Lab Pups, AKC,
8 weeks, beautiful,
champ bloodlines, hith
certs, OFA. 475.
352-516-0581
COCKER SPANIELS, ACA,
9 mo. old, 1 male, 2 fe-
males, buff & red, vet
checked all shots regis-
tered. 813-928-1968.
CORGI PEMBROKE
Adults, AKC, CKC, 3 fe-
males, 1 male, $250-
$400. 352-523-1360 or
813-299-1626

Dachshunds AKC
MINIATURE WIRE HAIRED
ung breeding adults
all 813-855-5213 eves
DOBERMAN AKC now
ready, Red/rust 2M/3F
Incl Earcrop, tails done,
$850 firm (813) 884-2272
PO# 4-041580
ENGLISH BULL DOG Male
Pup. Champ line, brindle
& white health certs,
AKC reg. $1400.
813-918-1397
ENGLISH BULLDOG AKC,
Dynamic M/F, Big Eyes
Chest. Tons of Fun, Vet
v., Gaur. $1,600-$2,500.
Cash 727-219-4955.
Tired of the same "old"
thin? Sell your antiques
with an adin class 402.


1480 Dogs I
ENGLISH SPRINGER
SPANIELS Beautiful AKC
Champ.sired B/W fe-
male puppies. Health
Certificates. Parents on
premises.In the Ocala
area. $700 (352)
528-9505
GERMAN SHEPARD FE-
MALE 2yr AKC German
lines BIk Tan All Shots
Tatooed $600 (813)
645-4949
GERMAN SHEPHERD pup-
pies full blooded, 4 mos
old, POP, not registered,
$260. Call 813-957-6703

GERMAN SHEPHERD,
registered, Black, 2 yrs
ol, needs large yard,
Male, neutered. $200.
Call 813-752-6547
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
pups CKC. Vet checked,
1stshots. Avail April 1.
$450 (813)758-065 1

V GOLDENDOODLES, V
BIks & Blondes Vet V,
Low Shed, Willdeliver'
$800.423-420-6580 or
423-920-1246
JACK RUSSELL PUPPY, 4
mos old Male short
legged, Choc & White
w/papers, $400 obo.
813-478-3273
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1480 1 Dogs I
Lab 13 Pups AKC Yel/Blks
Not just another breed-
er, 3 yr Guar. Assist. Af-
ter sale. Parents OFA
CERT Prof Train. Avail 50
yrs. Combined exp. Gold
permit #03020532 $700
pet/hunt 813-685-4402
LAB Puppies, F,3M, AKC,
yellow, HC, home
raised, view both
parents, $450.
Call 352-536-2371
LAB Pups AKC All Choc.
M&F, Family raised,
Health Cert, 1 yrwarran-
ty. $375. Need homes
now.! www.
lyleslabradors.com
813-779-2908* 997-3707
LAB PUPS AKC, block
head M/F, 8 wks, black,
hith cert. 1st shots, par-
ents on premises. $350.
813-737-2435
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
wormed, vet cert. Block
head, champ, bkgrd.
Pedigrees. Parents/
grandparents on site.
00-$500.352-307-0772
LAB Pups, Black Beauties,
2 Fs, POP, AKC Reg,
Health erts, W/Shots,
$400 813-661-6966
0 813-625-5357I
LABRADOODLES F1, FIB,
chocolate & black; $650-
$1200; References &
pics avail. 620-544-8612
outwestdoodles.com
EMAIL outwestdoodles
@yahoo.com
LHASA APSO adorable
CKC 1-Male & 2-female
pups, 11 wks hith cert,
Pedigreed. $650-$750.
Z'hills 813-779-9497
MALTESE AKC 13 week
male pup, white, neu-
tered, alI shots, hith
cert, papers, vet
checked $1,400 (813)
855-4448
MINI AUSSIE PUPS, Regis-
tered NSDR, Ready
4/8/05 Call Virginia
9 813-991-7327
PEKINGESE PUPS, CKC,
Beautiful Family raised.
See pictures:
www pekes3ndpugs.com
352-591 2271
Pit Bull Pups. UKC papers
& health certs, shols
1001Di sre. ig damie.all
colors, ready. 1.'2 price
$300 firm 813 7740360
When you search Classi-
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14801 Dogs I
PITBULL PUPPIES red
nosed, 4 wks old, taking
deposits. All colors.
$300 each
813-239-7801
POINTER 7 pups Reg.
Liv/Wh,M/F Guar Train-
ing Avail #03020532
$400.813-685-4402
Pomeranian, female, 3
yrs older Fawn, sweet,
cute, free to loving
home. 813-926-8695
POMERANIAN PUPS CKC
10 weeks, first shots &
hlth certs, orange &
white part, $500 each.
813-961-0291
POODLES- pocket sized,
itty bitty, Red & Apricot,
$800-41000 Parents, top
quality Hlth certs
shots, AKC 863-427-0025
POODLES, STANDARD,
AKC, Black & Silver
Puppies $800.
352-486-2799
linda4088@aol.com

Puppies 4 Sale
Park Ave.Puppy
813-662-2592
Lic# P04062440
ROTTWEILER, AKC,
Vet checked,
10 weeks Male,
I $550
813-986-9228 841-3705
ROTTWEILER Pups, Sire
Son of World Ch. Bronco
OD DRAVEGICA Lrg sq
heads. Also Falko/Ger-
man bid.pups Exctemp.
POP HIth certs $1000-
$2500 407-415-5833
407-415-5837
ROTTWEILER Pups, AKC,
Shots, health cert.
German bloodline, block
heads, fat & happy! $650
Cash 813-936-2829
SCHIPERKE PUPS 6 avail.
12 wks. reg. hlih cert.
guaranteed. $400.
352-472-4605

Schnoodle mini pups. 8
weeks old. Available for
Easter. $450 (813)
651-1292

SHELTIES-AKC PUPS &
YOUNG ADULTS, shots,
health certificates
$200-$600. For info call
a (727)637-5117I
SHIH TZU PUPPIES,
AKC/CKC, Ready on
Easter, Imperial & Stan-
dard. $600. Also adult
813-654-8739 Iv msg.


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14801 Dogs 14811 Cats
SHIH TZU/SHIH-POO Persian mix CFA reg. 2F
3-M, 1-F, vet checked, blue, 2M cream/wht
1st shot, $399. 16wksallshotsvetv
941-776-3984 fluffy adorable $150-$200
813-495-5377
TERRIER PUPS AKC, 1482 Birds
CAIRNS & SCOTTIES See
pictures: www. PARROTLETS Beautiful
mccartysterriers.com greensplits, yellow,
352-591-2271 luesand pairs
WEIMARANER PUPS AKC (813) 677-3865
hith cert. silver & blue-
gray, family raised
around children, $600. 1483 I Exotic
KOI, Show to Pond Quail-
WEST HIGHLAND TERRI- ty.Mostcolorsincludin
ERS Champ Bloodlines Long Fins. Tank raiseD,
POP $800(407) 312-8100 on property in Sanitary
orJLfarese@msn.com cond. 4"-20". Wholesale
Prices. 352-564-0373
YORKIE, POODLE & ***********
CHIHUAHUA BABIES WHOLESALE MARINE
M/F, tiny, reg. qual. & FISH CORALS INVT.
hith guar. $450-$2000 TOTHiEPUBLIc*
Cash only863-679-1765 Few Ex. Damsels $1.70,
Perculas $5.00
Yorkshire Terrier Clown Triggers $48.
Pick of the litter! Ad. Emperor Arels $59.
Male,$1200. Turbo,Snails .50
727-534-4730 Green Star Polyps $14.
Green Frogspawn $17.
Green Galaxia $18.
*-clyIl'*f^>'y1 Over 500 prebagged. First
ComeFrst T ed
UppTo 40% OffThe Rest of
Live Aquatics
50% Off Select Products
LIVE TIGERS last Every Sat starts 10:00 AM
Saturday of each month TflhSoldApriI 2nd
Largest assortment of PET MART TAMPA
fres water fish inTmpa 813.985.1865w/WOM*
Club Pet Members get /2 *
offlivefishTue&Fri
Rat & Mice Feeders Avail Misc Pets/
Min Schnauzer, Boston 484 Services
Terrier, Pug, Silky Services
MANY Other Breeds Avail
1Yr Warr; LicP04-070213 AQUARIUMS- (3) 72, 92,
Complimentary Vet Exam 92gal. 1-92 is bow front,
Free Training Program allave equip & stands,
FinancingAvailable great start. $1200
7699 W. Waters Ave. 813-433-6558
Near Waters& Hanley
M-Sat 11-9, Sun12-6 4981 Estate Sales
813-249-8700 SCC. 705 Ward Cir Off
4811 Cats I Fordham. Fri&Sat8-2pm
Sofa, Lamp Tables,
RecinerS, Marble Lamp
V Kittens &CatsV Tables, Coffee Table,
Free to good home. Spay- Floor Lamp, TV Mirror,
ed, neutered some vac- TVStand, Dinete&
cines (813) 963-6612 Dining Table with Chairs,
Microwave- corner &
SKittens & CatsV shelves Pie Crest 3
VKittens&Cats? Tiered able, Tiffany
Free to good home. Lamp, Fern Stand,
Spayed, neutered some Doule & Twin Bedroom
vaccines (813) 963-6612 Sets, Vacuum, Quilts,
PERSIAN KITTENS CFA, Leaf FloorStep LEdder,
champ lines 2F1M RefrigeratorElectric
White and tortie fe- Miscellaneous.
male, black male, Vet v
$400. Call 813-643-0909 JOHNNY JONES
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I Garage, Yard |
499" Sales, Etc. I
BRANDON- Building fund
for church repairs!
04/08-9, 8-?, Turkey
Creek Rd South of 60,
behind Circle K.
PLANT CITY, 1003 W. Bak-
erSt, Frl& Sat April 8 & 9.
9AM til ? 3 family sale
Furniture, dishes,
household, clothes, jew-
erly, Lots of Misc Items
PLANT CITY, 1102 W.
Cherry St, Fri & Sat April
8 & 9, Furniture, House-
hold Items, Clothing &
Misc.



LOOK
PLANTCITY 1501 N. Fer-
rellSt,Sat4/97AM-1PM,
Multi family sale furni-
ture, changing table, ba-
by items, clothes & more
Picture your home in clas-
sified w/an ad on the Buy-
er's Choice photo page!
PLANT CITY, 2014 E. Wil-
low Dr Sat April 9,7AM
til ?. VHS, DVD's, books,
clothes and misc items
PLANT CITY 2806 W.
Granfield Ave, Fri & Sat
April 8 & 9 Multi Family
Sale, Furniture, Pots &
Pans Lots of Misc Items




PLANT CITY 3402 Boot
Bay Rd, Near Hwy 92 &
White Hurst Rd, Sat
April 9 8:30-1:30. Misc
House hold Items.
PLANT CITY 3709 Keene
Rd Sat April 9,8AM til?,
BIG 2 family sale. Pag-
eant Dresses, LOTS of
everything.
EVERYTHING MUST GO.

PLANT CITY
4/9 7:30am-12:30pm Sam
Alien Oaks Sub-Division.
BIG COMMUNITY SALE!




PLANT CITY, 507 W. Al-
exander St, Friends of
the FAMILY PRACTICE
CENTER Yard Sale and
Car Wash. Sat. April 9,
8AM-2PM. All proceeds
will go to the Plant City
Cancer Society's Annual
Relay for life.
PLANT CITY 802 N Mobley
St Sat April 9, 6AM TIL?
YARD/BAKE Sale Fun-
draiser for PARKER
MEREDITH CANCER
FUND, Prrofessional
Bake goods, Household
& Misc Items


MOVIG

PLANT CITY WALDEN
LAKE 4103 Elliott Place,
Sat, April 9th, 7AM-1PM.
Furniture, Antiques,
Sewing Machine,
Household Items, Gar-
dem Tools, etc.
EVERYTHING MUST GO.


500-549
Farmer's Market

nn Fruits &
500 Vegetables
STRAWBERRIES
Favorite Farms is now
open for U Pick. Located
in Plant City area on
McIntosh Rd. (Exit 14
1-4) 1/2 mile North
3 quarts $1.00
STRAWBERRIES YOU
PICK bring containers.4
gts $1. & Swt Onions
erry Bay Farms daily,
7am-4pm. From tampa
175 S.toSun CityC., E.to
Hwy 301, S. on 301, 2
miles to Bonita Dr.
U-PICK Strawberries,
Mike Lott Farms 806 E
Old Hillsborough Ave,
Feseffner btwn MLK and
hwy 92toff Kingsway
You just can't Top a Con-
vertible! Turn to Classi-
fied when shopping for
another Auto!
You Pick Strawberries
Shady Acres Farm.
Come Pick & Rest in the
Shade. 3 quartsfor $1.00
3420 Gallagher Rd,
Dover. 1-4 to exit 14,
Mclntosh Rd, south on
McIntosh to Hwy 92, go
east on Hwy 92 to
Gallagher Rd, turn right,
go 2V miles, farm is on
right. ClosedSunday.
BIG SALE! Strawberries
$7/flat or 2 for $12, to-
matoes, fresh greens,
etc! Sat & Sun. 1oa-dusk
1-4 to Exit 10, ML King,
East to Highview, beside
Disc. Auto 813-727-5754
1510 Farm Equip. I
Grove fertilizer spreader,
SS bed & chain + 3 ton,
working condition
$2900.8f3-754-7374.

Turn to Classified you
can Bank on our Bargains
Kubota VX ,23 Hp, diesel
160 hrs backhoe, front
loader' PTO, $13,500
813-846-2254

1o Horses &
5" Livestock
1995 Hart, 3 horse slant
alum. goose neck. Lg
tack front & back. Exc.
cond. $6950. Call Bobby
717-557-7884 Spring Hill
Quarter Horse-$500,
Pony-$500, Mini-$200
All Kid-safe. + 30 more!
Will finance anyone. $0
dn, $100/mo. Many
beautiful paints! Wil
trade & rent $15/hr,
$25/day. Call now:
813-649-1126 www.
suncitystables.com
RIDING LESSONS
BAREFOOT FARMS
Western & English
all ages, all levels $30.00
per hour. 813-754-0713
or 813-716-7416 SUE or
813-323-4818 Charlotte
POLE BARNS, Garages,
workshops, horse barns
-20x20x9 $2,600
*20x30x9 $4,200
*24x24x9 $4,032
*24x40x9 $,6020
Other Sizes Available
813-713-2333 788-3501


Brandon 1020 Kings Ave.
Brandon 1531 E. Brandon Blvd.
Dover -12902 Newsome Rd.
Gibsonton 13150 U.S. Hwy. 41
Land 0' Lakes 2400 Land 0' Lakes Blvd.
Lithia 13411 FishHawk -
Lutz -18902 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Lutz 23512 S.R. 54
Plant City 2401 John Redman Pkwy.
Riverview 11015 Bloomingdale Ave.
Riverview 13220 S. U.S. 301
Riverview 9817 S. U.S. 301
Riverview 3603 S. F ullu-t.urq dj
Valrico- 3629 E. S.R uii
Wesley Chapel 27219'.' ~ -14
Zephyrhills 38544 5rh Av..e


In | Horses &
525 Livestock

ARAB/QTR Gelding 6yr
old Rose Dapple Grey
14.2H Jumps 3' has
shown anda won Hopeful
hunter Reserve Grand
Champ @ LAGUFF does
eng & west must sell!!
$2,500 (727)709-1396
PARTIAL dispersal of reg
POA show ponies, 12.5
to 14 hands. perfect for
the competitive child or
adult $1000. and up, Se-
rious Inquires ONLY.
813-363-1535
Free Horse if boarded
with us! Full board;
$250/mo. Horses rented
- $15/hr, $25/day Call
now 813-649-1126 www.
suncitystables.com
Blue-eyed 1997 reg APHA
Sorrel/Overo gelding.
$4K. Dressage, western
& trails. eun ride.
813-801-2893* 205-2326
HERDS of bik Angus,
blk/wht face & Brangus
cows. Also blk Angus
Bulls & feeder calves.
(850) 878-2571/510-4854
MINIATURE HORSES
Gelding (2) Registered
Appaloosa & Paint $750
each 727-495-0715

Arabians, Registerd, one
Guilding born 4/18/01,
one Colt born 12/14/03.
$900 each. Call Delores
813-714-8594/780-6628.
West Pasco Horse Rescue
horses for sale, paymt
plans ok. Lessons, rail
rides train board. 813
625-2599 727-856-0732
DUNN Quarterhorse/Ten-
nessee Walker Gelding,
8 yr old. SORRELL Quar-
terhorse Mare, 8 yr old.
813-695-1094
ANDALUSIANS- 2 yr. Bay
Colt,lyr.Bay Filly,8mo.
Dun Colt, 8k-$10k,
Half Andalusian, $3000.
813-505-2988
PONIES/HORSES
$3K-$20K. Perform with
the right match! Please
call 813-426-7322
WE BUY CATTLE
**CASH PAID**
Call 386-462-3968
WANTED!! Horses,
ponies tack, trailers &
equip. Top pricespaid.
Good home. Call Cyndi
now: 813-649-1126
Arabian Qrtr Gelding 5yr
old, Liver Chestnut, 60
days professional train-
ing approved home on-
ly. $2 00.813-245-8784
14 Y.O. AQHA Reg.
GELDING Gentle, Sensi-
ble. Must sell. $1500.
352-263-6029

LAMBS FOR EASTER. $50
and up. Only 5 left. (352)
447-5421

Stallion Service. Arabian,
Panto-Arabian, Paints.
Horses for sale
727-372-7859
WANTED: GOATS SHEEP,
LAMAS & CATTLE. TOP
PRICES PAID. GOOD
HOME. CALL CINDY
NOW 813-649-1126


Tampa 5604 N. Hesperides
Tampa 5001 Memorial Hwy.
Tampa 8801 Memorial Hwy.
Tampa 10601 Sheldon Rd.
Tampa 12049 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 6008 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 4901W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 2301 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 13151 Race Track Rd.
Tampa 8305 W. Hillsborough Ave.
Tampa 7124 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 11211 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 5616 S. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 311 E. Davis Blvd.
Tampa 5125 W. Cypress St.
Tampa 17621 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Tampa 5102 Pointe of Tampa Way
Tampa -7301 Temple Terrace Hwv.
Td.am .i ",, '. 9 ,,GId, Bl,.,d
Tam i",o-. 4 W 1:olufituij Ave
TaITip, .101 i riiIndyv Blvjd M3.:lIll Av
Tlr i1 :0 fhrl,:h h'd


I5 Horses &
I Livestock
Show Hunter TB Gelding,
15.2 15. Sound, Packer
$4560. Beautiful TN
walker gelding, 15.2, 5.
$3000.813-961-3362
1527 | Hay & Grain
HAY
Clean, Rolls In Barn
Tifton44
1-75 & Hwy 52
813-431-0939
550-599
Recreation

I560 Motor Homes
-5 RV's
19' 1996 COACHMEN
Camper Van Dodge318
36 O000 mi, 2.8A Onan, roof
Ad& heat, TV, VCR, very
clean $19,500 obo Call
352-567-4473
20' 1985 Winnebago LeS-
haro diesel 20-25 MPG,
50,000 miles. $7000
Call 340-998-6428
26/z' 1999 Shadow Cruis-
er 5th whl, sleeps 5, AC,
awning, exc cond, fully
self cont'd, $9,500. (352)
684-9464/813-468-1179
27'1989 Winnebagao
Class C, 68K Original
miles rear BR, ac,
w/hitch & Master Tow
Dolly.$7500 941-505-2443
27' 2000 Chateau
5th Wheel exc cond.
$13,500 989-786-4473
813-672-8353
28' 2001 Safari Trek, 23k
miles, Corian type cntr,
hard wood floors, Majic
Queen bed, cony oven.
$70,000.813-786-3276
31' 2001 Winnebago
Itasca Class C, Ford V10O
slide-out, loaded, 14K
camera sat dsh like
new $44,500 352-588-0378
32' 1979 LANDAU Motor
Home, 2 A/C's, twin bed,
awning, sleeps 6.gen.,
very good con6i ion.
$6,500.813-780-6523
33' SOUTHWIND 1994
Class A, diesel pusher,
Too much to list. $35k
obo. 813-689-6242 ,
643-1417 or 625-0793

35'1996Southwind
immaculate, 19K mi, sat-
ellite, 3 TV'sgar kept,
$37,000obo 813-784-5994
35' 1997 Pace Arrow vi-
sion, class A, call for de-
tails. $37kobo.
813-643-1417 689-6242,
or cell 625-0193
35' 1999 GULFSTREAM
Class A, 29K mi, V10
Ford, excellent, loaded,
super slide. N/S nopets.
$49,500 813-920-3412
35' 2002 Winnibego Ad-
venturer, 14,500 mi,
Ford V-10, 2 slides, many
extras. Excellent.
$78,000 813-779-8269
36' 2002 Winnebago
Horizon Itasca Diesel
Pusher, 330 Cat engine,
fully loaded w/ washer
& dryer, 15K miles, A-1
cond $112,bOO.
863-646-4507
Classified Ads Prices
well within sight A se-
lection that's lust right!


560 Motor Homes

37' 1996 AIRSTREAM mint
cond, basement model,
a/c, awning self cont'd
sip 8,selling oueto illness
$27,500.813.495.4990
37' 2000 TRADEWINDS,
dsl pusher, fully equip,
dsl gen, Ithr furn. corian
counters, cerm tile, W/D
$85K obo 407-491-2895
39', 2004 Winnebago Ad-
venturer, 1400 mi,
340hp, work horse HD
chassis, fully loaded.
$99,900.352-854-7279
40' BEAVER MARQUIS
1990 300hp Cat 4spd Al-
lison trans, lots of op-
tions Good condition
70K (727) 639-9849
888-Bates RV Nearly 600
Airstream Jayco ,
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tampa.
II Campers &
562 Travel Trlrs

12' 2005 Fleetwood Cole-
man, Destiny Tuscon,
folding trailer, brand
new, $4500 obo
813-840-1450
1995 COLEMAN Cedar XL
pop-up 3 dbl beds, indr/
outdr stove, sink stor-
age unit, awning & scrn
rm, port. cassette toilet,
very light. Ready to go.
Buy it & camp today!
$3,400.813-948-1630
21' ULTRALIGHT Trailer
2000 AC heat fully self
cont' d, sleeps ', awning
w/porch, immaculate.
$7700.813-571-7185
24' 1967 Airstream tan-
dem axle non smoker,
sips 4, fully cont'd, 2nd
owner excellent cond.
$3200 obo. 813.380.6609
24' 1996 Tow Lite by HiLo,
roof AC, awning, fully
equipped, exc. cond in-
side & out! Tandem,
$5800 Call 727-459-8463
27' Holiday Rambler,
Atchd scrn prch at Pana
Vista Fishing Lodge
on Lake Panasoffkee.
$3,000 firm 813-766-8262
'31 DELUXE HORNET
Travel trailer 2001
sleeps 6 2 slides $20K
obo. 813-852-9826,
813-215-5480
A 31' SunnyBrook 5th*
wheel, 2002, 2 slides,
loaded, exc. cond. A
must see! $19,700
352-567-7605
35' 2004 Luxury w/super-
slide, CHA, W/D, micro,
Queen bed, sleeps 6.
$17,500 negotiable.
Cell 302-377-5945
36', '02 Montana 5th WhI
w/03 Ford F350 DRWp/u
- 36' Montana 3295RK, 3
slides, Pert Cond, Load-
ed, 4yr Ext Warr. Avail.
Also Perf. F350 Dual WhI,
BIk/Grey Lthr, Lariat.
Pkg, Loaded, Line X Bed
Liner Pull Right Hitch.
Pics avail RV alone
$ 38,500 or RV& truck
$72,000813-857-1812
45' 5TH WHEEL, 2004, 2
bdrms, 5 slides 3 AC's,
fpl, awning, dlx bath,
xtras. Exc cond. $38,506
obo. 1-616-886-1773
COALMAN Pop Up San-
taFe, w/ Cassette Potty,
Fully loaded, A/C, King &
Queen. $7500
813-267-3235


Tampa 6016 Gunn Hwy.
Tampa 6845 N. 22nd St.
Tampa 10815 N. Nebraska Ave.
Tampa 3560 Waters Ave.
Tampa 4001 W. Waters Ave.
Tampa 5522 W. Waters Ave.
Tampa 2320 W. Waters Ave.
Tampa 824 W. Waters Ave.
Tampa 10843 N. 56th St.
Tampa 4943 E. Busch Blvd.
Tampa 5601 E. Fletcher Ave.
Tampa 8002 N 56th St.
Tampa 7711 Causeway Blvd.
Tampa 1902 N. U.S. 301
Tampa 1001 S. U.S. 301
Tampa 909 S. 78th St.
Tampa- 702 50th St.



Career


- -- --- -- I~ ~-- T
I562 o Campers &
SI Travel Trlrs
1991 COLEMAN POP-UP
Camper, very good
cond t. cooking & eating
utensils, TV, bed linens
& ice box included. Call
813-282-3500 x315
$3000.00 firm
I Recreational
564 Rental I

COLEMAN POPUP
CAMPERS available for
rent. A/C, sink, stove,
frig. For reservations
cal Lynn 813-546-1827
1565 RV Storage I

Fowler& 1-75
RV's/Boats etc. Security,
$50/mo
813-986-3094
C'wood RV/Boat storage.
Sec pkg w/24 hr access,
bright night lighting &
wash area. From $35
813-968-4991; 505-2803
South Bay RV & Boat
Storage -Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000
1580 I Swimming I
I I Pools & Spas

A-1SPAS
TRUCK LOAD SALE!
Lots of new models,
Colors, sizes & features
Instock models fr. $1199
DIx. cover chem kit, del.
& setup fullwarrincl!
SPECIAL* *
Ozonator steps, rainbow
liht, reg. 1395
NO $125w/this ad!
DLX COVERS $229
COVER LIFTERS $139
9017 Adamo Drive
S.W. Corner Hwy 301 & 60
813-623-9997
A+ POOL HEATERS FAC-
TORY DIRECT: Solar,
HeatPumpn or Gas. Com-
plete do-it-yourself pool
neater kits. Phone
quotes installation
available in most areas.
1-800-333-9276, ext 501.
www.TheEnergySuper.
Market.com Lic
#CWC029795 Insured.
Dealer inquiries wel-
come.
HOT TUB-Portable,
5 person, made by Hot
Springs great cond, like
new w/cover $3500 or
best offer.813-601-9430

HotTub/Spa$1,250
All Digital, Therapy Jets,
Lighs, Energy Eficient,
11OV, full factory warr.,
new in crate, Rainbow
Waterfall avail, in box.
Call 813-477-9019
HOT TUB with cover, 5
adults, 20 jets, Shp, new
with warranty included.
$2,495.
Call 813-601-7727
Jacuzzi Shell & Plumbing,
good condition, 375
gallon. $300.
813-239-6030
SPA/Hot Tubs April Spe-
cial "The Vitalizer'
Reg $2,495 NOW $1,995!
Price Inci Ozone, Cover
& Maint Free Cabinet.
Many other models Avail-
able. 9431 US Hwy 301
South, Riverview.
V 813-677-6413
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
5 Water
583 Vehicles
2 Seadoos w/double trail-
er w/box, 97GSI &97GSX
rebuilt, covers, life
vests backup keys,
complete overhaul with
record. $6000 OBO
813-254-8587
YAMAHA 2002 XLT 1200,
38hrs, fresh water only,
cover, trlr, 2 person
tube, jackets, skis, wake
board, tow lines. $6500
obo 813-431-0465
YAMAHA 1996 Venture
1100, Only 110 hrs, 3
seats, skies, 3 life vests,
trlr, exc cond. $3500.
850-225-9339
1584 | Boats.
14' JON BOAT (BRAND
NEW) 36" wide, Minn
Kota 361b Trolling mo-
tor, with extras. Good
Trailer included. $1300
(813) 833-2649
16' 2001 Key Largo
ctr console, fully equip'd
$8,500 obo. Call anytime
813-928-1647 928-1648.
16' GHEENOE, 2002 25HP
MERCURY OUTBOARD,
TRAILER, FISHFINDER,
AND LIVE WELL. $2500.
(727) 789-2924
17'Chris Craft 1997 Sea
Skiff, cc, 115 Johnson
bimini, cover, trir. Used
freshwater only, $7500.
813-690-0246 7962-7817
17 FT 2004 KEY WEST CC
115 Merc, garage kept,
trailer, trolling motor,
many extras, $13,800
813-963-3620


You ll find value buys ad-


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1584 | Boats I r Boat Slips-
17.5' 2003 Scout 175 SI storage
Sportfish, Yamaha 90 OUTDOOR STORAGE
HP, four stroke bimini, Serving New Tamp a US
Lowrance GPS/FF10in 19Huon & Port icey
draft, alum trir $15,495. areas RVs, boats,
Like new. 863-838-4131 autos etc $40+/mo.
18' 2003 LARSON SEi 180 813-866-5533
bow rider, as new, trir, OUTDOOR STORAGE
bimini, fish/DF retail Benjamin Rd., boats,
when new $171K sell RV's, auto, trucks.
$10,900 727-967-3311 $40+'/mo. Secured loc'n
18' Bayliner, Open fisher- 813-684-9171
man, 85HP, galvanized Carrollwood Outside
trailer, $2000 Storage! All boats/RVs
352-666-5391 welcome. Secure facility/
...... D *24 hr acc. Reasonable
18' Saltwater flats boat, rates. 813-505-2803
1985 70hp Outboard Ev- South Bay RV & Boat
inrude good cond bimi- Storage -Secure outside
ni, rdyor water fish- and covered storage.
ing. $3,000 813-783-2423 SouthBayStorage.com
19' WELLCRAFT.CC, '96, 813-677-2000
112.Johnson.SS prop, OUTDOOR STORAGE
Sbimini, capan Benjamin Rd., boats,
trailer exc. con RV auto, trucks
$10,000,813-645-7000 $40+ /mo. Secured loc'n
20' 1996 Bayliner I/O w/ 813-684-9171
Cuddy cabin. 4 cv.L new .
Lphnoltery -. -p I Marine
great shd, $7300 586 Supplies&
813-852-9,80 Repairs
20' 1996 GRADY WHITE
Cuddy cabin, 200 Yama- 440 Mercruiser Engine s
ha. 2003 trailer, great Ouddrive., reshwvtr
shade ,19.900. Call. cooled, verv Qood cond.
13 67] 9'005 Still in ,caLt. $100').
20'4" 1999 209 Grady 813-645-1268
White Escape w/Yam Outboard Motors, twin
150, low hrs, T-top, GPS, Suzuki, 200 hp, 1990's
jackplate, windlass an- w/450 original hours
chor,$23K813-404-6186 mint condition, all
21'981MakoCC,225 mounting hardware in-
2 11981 Mako, CC, 225 eluded. $6500 obo.
Yamaha w/new pwr hd 813-966-5534d
steer & tilt, bimimi top, -9
AM/FM/CD, runs great T-TOPS ANODIZED
$5500 obo 813-601-7177 ALUM with new Canvas.
21' 2001 REGAL LSR, low Customized to fit an
Boat $800. 941-266-090
hrs exc condition main- www.aqua-shade.com
lYfreshwater, 4.1 Merc aqua- e.com
Cruiser eng. w/5yr ext 2002Yamaha200HPDIw/
warr left too many ex- Bob's Machine Shop
trasto list, mustsell ba- Jack Plate 1 yr Yamaha
by coming! $17,900. wrty. $6500. 813-340-
863-899-2227 853-2929 3710 or 727-865-8148
21' PONTOON BOAT new 24-26' aluminum boat
floor, carpet front trailer w/brakes, 8000
seats, new top, frol. mtr, Ib. 2 yrs old $1800 obo.
40hp evin, 2 axle trailer,
$3,00.863-452-0908 813-966-5534
22' Bowrider 2000 Larson 1587 | Sailboats I
226LXI, 5.0 Volvo Penta, I '"
SX Drive,Justcompletly 14' Laser, New Sail New
recited only 122 hours, Main shee Fast Fun,
Mint Cond. lots of opts Main she00 Fun,
BookValue......... $23,000
MustSell............ 8,000 813-645-7491
V 813-645-8155
22 ,hri-Crf,. dd,, .27' Hunter 1979, tiller
22 Chris-raft Cuddy, controls, needs some
225H I/0. Frull camper, work, $5,000 obo
wash off, has every- wo .obo
thing like new low a. 813-641-9454
hours, $14.995
813-973-8105 963-5500 SAILBOAT 16' cabin, main
23' 230 SUNDANCE & jib sails & trailer.
SEARAY CC, 1993, very $100 obo 863 858-4992
clean. Completely 600-649
overhauled. Ready for I 4
water. $11,995 obo. Transportation
813-831-3013 r ....
23' BOSTON WHALER '99
Outrage. CC. tmn 15I Auto
Merc. e.c cond. T top. 620 Engines,
many factory options, I"" rts & Misc.
$37.900.813-230-4100 Pars M I
25'2000WELLCRAFT,230 Big Block Chevy Engine
Coastal, WAC, twin 175 454 & 400 Trans.
EFI, color GPS/FF, $1500.00 Hear it run,
AM/FM/CD,4spkr VHF, installation avail.
live well,fish boxes, trim 813-766-8424; 451-9457
tabs, original owner
$37,000 813-927-6608 CHEVY 1989, full sz long
25' Mako 88, WAC Mer bd, pars only, front clip,
2S'_M.o,88, WA.C, M~erc Pozi rear, Leer topper,
225 SWS 2002, tandem many more. Cal Ifor
trailer, excellent. condi- more info 352-588-2431
tion, owner moving up. m r
$20,000.813-389-992. En ines & Transmissions
0, 8 3 Used & Rebuilt- 90 days
26' 1997 Crownline Low upto3vrswarr.M-F9-5.
Hours, Exc Cond, iercu- Mem BBB 813-907-5519
ry Bravo III Sfee s 4,
Standup ead, C4 SUSPENSION Lift (4") for
$22,000 obo 813-416-7753 1980-1996 Ford F-150 or
Bronco, brand new 6
32.2' 2001 Monterey, hi & shocks included. $600
dry, sleeps 8, low hrs, 813-907-2311
immac cond, generator,
windless, exf platform TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
$72K obo 813-857-5524 from A-Z, all makes &
models, guaranteed
33' 1975 Chris Craft FB, work. Grea prices. Call
twin 350, needs minor Bob813-610-7887
work. Lost storage
space. Bahia Beach. WINCH warn 8000 Jeep
MUST Sell. $9,500 obo mount $550. Wheels,
813-760-7702 American Racing 15x7,
34' FORMULA PC 2000, 813-653- 558
loaded, radar, GPS AC,
very clean. $137200 i IUtility
obo.941-722-089 627 Trailers

40' Dorado 2002, center 16' TRAILER w/ramps,
console, full tower, 480 Heavy Duty, 12K, New
diesel, all options avail, Tires. $1650.
full elec. New$260K. Ask 813-707-8268
$157Kobo.727-505-3508 BestPriceTrailer.com
40' Sea Ray Sundancer 877-258-1445 $0 Down. 90
1998 Immaculate and days same as cash! Best
Well Maintained, Deals, Best Prices! Liv-
Furuno NavNet Sys, Ra- ing quarters, Horton
dar, Extra GPS, inghy Haulers, Dump, Utility,
Davit Much More! Motorcycle, Car Haul-
$235,600*0 727-585-4255 ers. On-Line Inventory.
41'SeaRa 2001,00 0 hrs, Lowest Prices on Con-
2yrs, facfory wrty on cession trailers.
engines/trans. 1 owner, UTILITY TRAILER, 16'
loaded beautiful condi- tandem heavy duty,
tion! New factory can- brakes, ramps, $650.
vas. $269k. No brokers. 813-982-9495
305-295-2847
Largest Volume Pontoon I Trucks- Light
Dealer in Florida. 629 ruty ight
Nauticstar Bay Boats. Duty
www.donsboating.com
813-677-1300 DODGE 1999 Ram 1500
813-6 r i Laramie SLT, longbed
BOATS Several storm quad cab, V8, pwr 44k
damaged and donated mli, real clean $11i,500
boats orsale: 18to 32' obo 813 299-6619
Mike(727) 204-7988 Dodge 2004 Ram 1500 SLT
1990 SEARAY 250 Sun- reg cab, hemi, 20"
Dancer, good condition, chrome wheels, cover,
new motor, rebuilt I/O, tow pkg, 22k mi epxt
sleeps four. $13,000 warr. Mint! $18,9060 obo
OBO. (813) 645-2896 813-267-3421 67V2-4911
Does traffic traumatize DODGE 2004 RAM 1500,
you? Does shopping reg cab, auto, tow pkg,
make you manic. -?on- bedliner, 1 owner,24K
side te calm & conve- mi. exc cond. $1!,900
nience of Classified! Our obo. 813-924-6664
Dages are filled with
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Duty
FORD 1990 F250 w/ 1 ton
suspension, 351 motor,
runs good. $3,500 OBO.
Call 813-671-3960
or 941-302-3106
FORD 1999 F150 XLT
Supercab,79Kmi, per.
cond, alarm A/C, P/W,
P/SP/D, Whiteauto
$899 obo 813-855-3561.
FORD 2000 F150 Lariat,
Super Cab Triton 5.4 V8,
Auto, Fully Loaded, Lthr,
Exc Cond! $11999 obo
813-935-6517/361-9308
FORD 2000 F150 XLT Sport
Ext cab, dual exhaust,
bedliner, tonneau cvr,
59K miles $12,000 obo.
813-433-8557 John
FORD 2000 F150 Red/grey
exc cond new tires &
brakes, bed liner am/fm
cass, tilt, tow .pkg.
$9000obo 813-477-9875
FORD 2001 F150 Super
Crew Lariat, 2WD,
BIk/Tan, tow pkg, pwr
moonroof, 6 disc A.RE.
lid, meticulously
maintained, very clean,
114K hwy mi. $14,500.
863-670-9778
FORD 2003 F150, 4WD,
STD, V6, 19K, bed coy.,
stereo, sec. sys., tint,
whls & tires. $14,900.
Call (813)289-3496
FORD 2003 F150 XLT, su-
per crew, 5.4, tow pkg,
24K mi, mint, beautiful,
FM CD, senior owned.
$19,000.813-933-5658
ISUZU 1998 Pick Up
looks, runs good, 5syd,4
cyl. good cond. $2150
obo 813-915-8721 *
727-9624
JEEP 1991 Commanche
Pick Up Only 92K mi, 1
owner, 6 cyl, 190hp, 5
sd, bedliner, good tires
$2860o813-971- 549
MAZDA 2001 B 3000 Duel
Sportauto, p.s., p.b., p..,
p.w. ice cold ac, stereo
& CD, cruise & tilt.
$11,000 813-390-8115
NISSAN 2000 PICKUP SE
MODEL CREW CAB, 1
owner, 51,500 mi, Bal-
ance of 100k warranty,
Green, Auto., 2 WD, 6
Cyl. $11,500, Lakeland
(863)644-2623
TOYOTA 1992 PICK-UP
150K, Flat Bed, Ice Cold
A/C Runs Great! New
Gaskets & Springs
$2,995 813-805-7194
1 Trucks -
630 Heavy Duty
Chevy 2004 Diesel Dually,
10K mi,04 door, duramax,
leather, all toys. SELL
$34,900. Listed at
$41,600.863-314-8786.
DODGE 2002 Ram 1500
45Kmi.exc.cond.8'bed,
4DR crew cab, all power,
dark blue cloth int.
$17,500 813-966-5019
FORD 1973 Wrecker F600,
twin booms runs good,
nice truck heavy duty,
$3750.813-478-9180

FORD 1988 F250 3/4 ton,
4WDr.
$1,500
(813) 931-3676

FORD 2002 F250 LARIAT-
Diesel, 4x4, crew cab,
black, 49K miles, loaded
$30,200. Please call
813-962-4283/264-4974
JEEP 1984 CJ-7 4sp, 258 6
cyl, new carb, purple
paint, 4" lift, 33"' tires,
new top & new interior.
$6500 obo 813-787-4794
KENWORT 1993 T600
Dumptruck 650K mi,
Red, CD, A/C, clean int
Runs great! $37K call
Paul 813 477-3604 -
630B 4-Wheel
I Drive
Dodge 2001 Ram 1500,
factory off road pkg,
great stereo, 83k mi, ex-
cellent condition.
$11,500.813-210-1364
FORD 1993 Bronco 4x4,
351 motor, exc shape,
$5000. OBO
813-433-6933 or
813-737-9025




FORD 1999 F150 4x4,
6cyl auto ps, ac,
am/m airba, abs,
teal color w/graphite
int., fiberglass tilt bed
cover, new transmis-
sion, all-terrain tires,
$6,500- 813-931-8900
16311 Vans I
CHRYSLER 2000 Grand
Voyager SE, New Trans.
&Tires. Immaculate
cond., Must see! $5000
obo 8'3-645-7491
Chrysler 2004 Town &
Country Limited, mini
van, 17500 mi, Ithr, exc
condition $26k firm.
813-633-5769
DODGE 1990 Cargo, New
Tires, New Rotors &
Brakes, Metal Bins,
$1,200 firm
813-792-2264
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DODGE 1994 350 Hi-Top
Van, side wheelchair
lift. Could be used for
multi-people mover or
church or hospice.
$3700obo813-930-2194
DODGE 1994 B150 Black,
AC, CD, good tires,
clean, 8 pass, running
boards, exc cond. $4300
obo. 813-817-9065
DODGE 1998 GRAND CAR-
AVAN 64k miles. One
owner, loaded-$6200
See photos: www.bay-
areawindow.com/ Hop-
eR/Photos/Caravan.
htm Call (813) 920-4872
Dodge 2002 Caravan
Sport, 1 owner, 58k
miles, Very blood condi-
tion! New tires, Asking
$11,500 813-951-2355
DODGE 2005 Handicap
Van, 10" lowered floor,
power ramp, 12,000
miles. Call 727-492-1630.

FORD 1984 conv van;
bed/buckets seats
$1500.00
(813) 931-3676

FORD 1995 Windstar GL,
in good cond, 140k mi,
A/C, pwr wind, auto,
green, $2500
8 3-265-2050
FORD 1999 E350Super Du-
ty Ext. cargo van, White,
no windows, 177K mi,
-nice van $6500 obo
941-723-0310 962-3644
GMC 1990 VANDURA 2500
Ritz Conversion, 5.7 Au-
to 156K White Flaw-
les, $3,850 OBO,(813)
728-3896
MERCURY 1999 VILLAGER
ESTATE 66K mi, loaded
digital, Ithr, war., retail
$1 1,600. Asking $9600.
Immac. 813-310-5364
NISSAN 2000 Quest, 68K
mi. rear AC, video sys.
all opts, 1 owner, exc.
cond. asking 10 000.
813-920-5589 563-1081
TOYOTA 2002 Sienna XLE
white/taupe leather, all
options, running
boards, wind deflector.
95k mi, runs ... like a
Toyota. 1 owner, needs
nothing. Gas & go.
$15,000negntiable
813-661-7370
I Sport Ulity
| 1 | Vehicles

CADILLAC 2003 Escalade,
AWD, burgundy, 23"
chrome whFs/tires, Ithr,
CD sunroof XX clean,
$36,995 813-601-2252
CADILLAC 2003 Escalade
EXT AWD, blk, 47K, all
power, 22 wheels, new
tires, 6 CD Bose, exc
cond. Ext warr avail.
$34,900 813-967-5325
CHEVY 1987 BLAZER full
size 4x4, 5.7L, auto. Full
pwr, cold AC, runs good.
$3000. Call after 4pm:
813-477-6414
CHEVY 1995 BLAZERS104
dr, Teal cruise all pow-
er, AM/FM, cass, 184K
miles. Immaculate!
$2900 Call 813-786-0678
Chevy 1995 Suburban LT
1500, dual air, rear seat,
Ithr, 65k miles, loaded,
36k transferable wrty,
$9800.813-961-8763
Chevy 2002 Tahoe, mint
cond, 1 owner, 40K mi.
Tow pkg, loaded, CD.
$21,000 Call Ed for appt
813-205-9851
CJ7 1979 & 1977. Fibre
glass body, 2 motors -1
machined, 2 hardtops &
2 sets of drs. Both Titles
$3,000.813-267-5197
FORD 1995 EXPLORER
XLT V6, auto 4WD P/S,
P/B, AC, P/W, 'tilt,
stereocruise, sunroof,
lthr. $5900 obo
813-356-9331, 334-5033
FORD 1998 Explorer
Sport, black, good cond
custom stereo, good
a/c, new trans, mreat
shape! Like new interior
$5,000813-248-5545
FORD 1999 Explorer XLT 4
door, white w/tan leath-
er interior, one owner,
95k miles, $6500 obo.
813-966-5534.
FORD 1999 Explorer XLT,
4dr, Black w/Grey int,
94k miles, one owner,
very good condition.
$6290.216-965-6797
FORD 1999 Explorer 4WD,
Eddie Bauer, Lt Grn
w/tan Ithr, snrf, CD, 57K
mi, looks & runs great.
$11,900.813-920-0145
FORD 2000 EXPEDITION E.
Bauer,4.6L, all pwr, wht
Ithr, keylss, cd/dvd/lcd
scrns, 88K, 1 ownr, gar'd
$14.5K obo 813-671-3107
FORD 2002 Expedition,
Eddie Bauer edition, ful-
ly loaded, 39k mi
$24,000. Call
813-785-4171
FORD 2003 EXCURSION
Ltd 4x4, 60L, V-8 diesel,
5-spd auto Tr Gry/beige
Ithr. OWy 22492imi.
$35,200 8 3-681-8609
FORD 2003 EXPEDITION
Eddie Bauer black & tan
Ithr, all pwr, VERY
CLEAN 22k miles $26K
OBO. 813-294-5323.
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I Sport Utility
632 Vehicles

GMC 1998 SUBURBAN
139 000 mi White,
Sports Utilit, 2 WD, 8
Cyl. $7,200, Super Buy,
Great Value (813)
672-0623
GMC 2000 Yukon SLT.
Pewter, Ithr loaded,
all records. 9k mi,
exc cond $15,400
813-642-0779
HONDA 2001 CRV, auto,
electric blue PW, PD,
like new in/out, 7 yr
100K mi warr, $12,900
obo. 813-299-6117
HUMMER 2005 LUX
Series Bik, fully loaded
inci chrome pkg, DVD
nav,6CDchgr,XMradio,
Onstar, only 700 mi.
Showroom cond. Ask
$56K ($10K disc).
Contact Dr. Dale
352-475-3243.
drdale@fdt.net or
352-867-5595
INFINITI 2001 QX4, all
power Pearl White, 2yr
extended warranty, exc.
condition, new tires.
$15,500.813-960-9116
ISUZU 2000 RODEO LS,
runs great upgraded
stereo, 95K mi, great
first car, $6,500. Call
813-917-9987
Jeep 1977 CJ7, White, 258
engine, hard/soft top,
new 33's and wheels,
and many new items
$43000bo 813-416-5766
JEEP 1994 Cherokee new
tires, new Alpine stereo,
runs good. Ready to go.
$1995714-401-2510

JEEP 1994 Wranger Red,
78k mile $5,500.
813-764-8483
JEEP 1996 CHEROKEE,
loaded, leather auto,
Looks new! Great condi-
tion. $4,700 obo.
813-832-9692
JEEP 1997 Cherokee
Country Red 4-dr, 6cyl,
auto, pwr W/L, A/C, 65K
mi, good con'd cdean
$4,900 813 645-5613
JEEP 2000 GR.Ch. LTD4x4,
58k mi. silver, Ithr pwr
loaded, extra clean, 1
owner, must see, ext
warr. $14,900 obo.
727-772-7145
Jeep 2000 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, Silver, load-
ed, alarm, priced to sell.
$7900obo. 813-300-0895

JEEP 2002 GRAND
CHEROKEE, nack, v8
leather, loaded, mnust
see! $13,990. Please call:
813-334-3248
Land Rover 2003 Discov-
ery SE, Bronze with Tan
leather 27K mi., 2 sun-
roofs, loaded. $24,999
obo. 813-966-4113
LEXUS 1997 LX 450 Silver
w/leather, 4 W/D, 6 disc
CD, 155K mi. $16,800
Excellent condition.
813-969-4443
LEXUS 2001 LX470, Lt
grn/beige, 46K mi. Mark
Levinson audio, new
tires & brakes. Clean Car
Fax. Will consider trade
for smaller vehicle
$30,900 813 987-6312
Lincoln 2000 Navigator,
BIk/Tan, 49k miles, navi-
ation system, dual cap-
rains chairs, tow pKg,
$19,000.813-335-0956
MERCURY 1997
MOUNTAINEER loaded
perfect cond $5500. Call
Steve 813-833-0668

PORSCHE 2004 CAYENNE
Turbo SUV, dlx, must
sell, low mi, fully
equipped $84,900 Call
Maura at 305-531-3535
SUZUKI 1999 GRAND
VITARA, 68K miles, V6, 4
door. $5,500. Call
813-996-6462
TOYOTA 1993 4 RUNNER,
V6 auto 4WDP/S, P/B,
AC, P/W, tilt, stereo,
sunroof Ithr. $6400.
813-356-9331, 334-5033
TOYOTA 1999 RAV 4, 4dr
auto, 4WD, AC, AM/FM
cassette/CD, 79,200
miles, $8,500. Call
813-713-3472
TOYOTA 2002 SEQUOIA
Ltd Ed. White w/leather.
Excellent cond, DVD &
VCR, 65K mi, ext warran-
ty. $23,900 813-969-4443
TOYOTA 2003 4-RUNNER
SR5, sport pkg., 26k mi,
like new, sun roof, gar.
kept mustsee. $24,900.
813.695.1486813.391.1659
1635 1 Motorcycles I
Chopper 2005 Rigid,
4-6 -41, 5 degree trees,
127 ci, 140 hp ultima,
300 rear tire, al chrome.
$29,900.863-324-5168
Harley 1965 Electra-Glide,
new top end, new tires,
runs great. $13,500.
Serious inquiries only.
Jim 813-760-7223
HARLEY 1992 FXR 15K mi
custom pipes, seat &
windshield. Exc cond.
PRICED TO SELL!!!
$7600obo 941-792-8402
Harley 1997 Sportster
converted to Heritage
soft tail. One of a kind!
Must see to believe!
Over $18k invested. Sell
$10,500.813-752-4130
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HARLEY 2000 Heritage
Softail, Sinister Blue,
lots of extras. $14,000
obo. 813-996-4806
Harley Davidson 2002
Heritage Classic, 12,000
mi., extras, $17,000. Call
813-453-3212
HARLEY 2002 DYNA Wide
Glide, 11K mi, all chrome
& xtras, Billet hdlights.
Won't last long! $16500.
813-267-5056
HONDA 2003 CRF450
adult owned, aftermar-
ket access, runs strong,
new items extra parts
$4200 813-788-1035 eves
HONDA 2004 1300VTX Re-
tro, Many Extras, ONLY
400 Miles' Garage Stored
LiKe New. Asking
$9,800 OBO 813-985 726
KAWASAKI 2002 VULCAN
1500 MEAN STREAK 8k
miles looks & runs great.
Vance & Hines pipes &
more. $7,500 Bill @ (813)
757-0645
Ninja 1998 ZX6R
w/extras. 18K miles.
4000 firm.
27-243-8692;
727-376-6687
Suzuki 2000 Katana 750,
excond7KmiYoshi-mu-
ra exhaust, tank bra, gel
seat, grips, helmetjack-
et.$4600813-677-5977
SUZUKI 2001, Katana 600,
low miles, new tires
bakes & chain $3,850
OBO. 813-757-6895

SUZUKI 2001 RM85 After
market suspension,
silencer. In good shape
$1400 (941) 238-8822
SUZUKI 2003 800 Intruder
1600 mi, Saddlebags,
Cover, Helmet, Jacket,
Gloves, Silver, $5200,
813-984-9616
SUZUKI 2005 HAYABUFA,
silver&black,
under300 miles
still under warranty.
$9000 firm. 813-732-6742.
VW 1998 Trike, 1950 cc's,
twin webber carbs,
chrome wheels, elec-
tronic ignition, dual gas
tanks & roll bar, $6500.
352-684-1659.
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pa
cash. Top $$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
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GOLF CARS: 2002 E-Z Go
$ 2000.2001 E-Z Go $1800
E-Z Go 36 volt remain.
cars $3295. '02 Club Cars
$1935 Call800-571-1644
Golf Cart Club Car/ E-Z
Go with charger, excel-
lent condition $1500-
$1800.813-300-0114

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wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
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16371ATVs I
Honda 4 wheel, 90cc,
electric start, great for
small kids. $625obo.
813-416-5766
2000 Polaris Sportsman
335 4x4 automatic,
Only 50 hours Exc Cond.
Yellow $3,450
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Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
CADILLAC 1996 El Dorado
Exc cond 67K Northstar
eng, Bose radio always
garaged & well maint.
8,995 863-709-8707
Chevy 1964 Corvair Mon-
za Convertible, Blue/
White, runs great, ga-
rage kept very nice au-
to. $5500. 27-278-2a23
CHEVY 1966 Truck
350 engine p/steering,
runs good, $5,500. Call
813-909-2979
Chevy 1969 Chevelle
Malibu, 350 V-8, auto,
blue. $10 000 obo
813-996-3193
Cell 477-8252
CHEVY 1979 Corvette L82,
new red paint, new black
leather int, T-tops, 116k
mi, runs great, $9000 obo.
www.onestopmotors.
com/view-detail.
asp?adid= 5122
352-238-3466
You can unload your
washer with an ad in ap-
pliances, class 416.
1965 Corvair Monza Con-
vert. Auto, RED w/Wh
Top Restored, New Ev-
erything! Must Go!!
$9900 obo 813-855-3561
FERARI 1984 MONDIAL
CABRIOLET Quatrovole
Red/tan 31K original
miles, just hadr major
service. $35K obo.
813-810-5394
FORD 1972 MUSTANG
White, Convertible, Au-
to., new engine, trans,
paint, etc. $20,000 obo.
(813)685-5808
FORD 1972 MUSTANG
MACH 1, good cond. also
other muscle car engs.
serious inquiries. Attn
collectors. Call 3pm to
11pm. 727-376-3864
FORD 1976 T-Bird, 78k mi,
very nice int., needs
paint, $4000
863-709-9307
LINCOLN 1973 Mark IV, all
orig, 46,300 mi, paint,
leather int, new
Michelin tires. $6200.
813-478-9180
MGB 1980-45K actual
miles 4spd trans, stock,
excelent condition,
asking $7,200 or best of-
fer. Call 813-310-2993
PORSCHE 1973 911 Targa
Silver & Black, Alarm,
CD, Amp, Custom,
Excellent Condition!
-$15,000 813-546-1865.
VW 1971 BUG Alum run-
ning brds, chr rims, re-
cent paint, newer eng &
trans, runs & looks grt,
$3200 813-431-2354
Want Ads
VW1973
Stick shift, in very good
shape, driven daily, ask-
ing $2,500.813-362-4279
WANTED: JAGUAR XKE/
XK Healey/ MGT R3/
MGA. Any condition.
Cash buyer will pick up.
(407)620-6295
ANTIQUE AND CLASSIC
CARS for sale. Gal.
863-763-6266 or
863-697-1319
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648 | Wagons

FORD 1994 Taurus S/W
3rd seat auto, V6, AC, all
pwr, 2nd owner, all
maint rec. gar kept.
$2150. 813-300-8930
MERCURY 1997 SABLE V6-
24V Cold AC 7 Pass All
Pwr New Tire AIrm Exc
Mech Cnd 98,000 $3,185
813-390-1984
I Automobiles
649 For Sale

BMW 1990 535i blk w/tan
Ithr, auto, cold ac, new
tires, sunrf, PW/PL just
svcd, exc cond, 181k mi,
$4300 obo. 813-996-3054
or cell- 507-358-6316
BMW 1997 Z3 blackCD,
flawless, 114K 'hwy
miles, completely ser-
viced & ready for sale.
$9,900 obo 813-215-5538
BMW 1998 528i fully load-
ed w/sports package, 6
disc changer, only 60k
miles, must see. 17k
obo. 813-478-3370.
BMW 1998 740i 32K orig.
miles, 1 owner, sport
whs, prem. sound ga-
raged, like new in/out.
$23,500.813-968-5262


I Automobiles
649 For Sale

BMW 1999 328i, green,
64K mi leather int load-
ed,new tires, great shape
2nd owner, asking $12K.
Needs A/C. 813.541.1509
BMW 2001 330xi Perfect
Condition All Wheel
Drive, Jet Black w/Sand
Leather, Must Sell,
$20,900 obo 813-855-9485
BMW 2002 M3, Conv,
6-spd Silver w/Blk int,
19" wheels, nayv, Xenon
lights, 25,300 mi $43K.
813-453-4443
BMW2003M3 Coupe SMG
Silver/black, premium
package, 14.5K miles,
excellent cond,$47,900.
Call 941-447-9453
BMW 2004 745Li Toledo
blue metallic, only 14K
mi, 50K fact warr w/ full
maint., always garaged,
Covenient &Lux seating
kgs,park dis. control,
c. cond, $62,900
813 888-5051
BUICK 1983 Riviera
Convertiable, Great car,
many new parts, runs
great, new Ithr interior.
$4500 813-657-7463
Buick 1995 Roadmaster
Estate Wagon, loaded,
looks/runs great, no
rust, new tires, 118k mi.
$5300.813-633-5769
Buick 1999 Custom LeS-
abre, 22,600 miles, pres-
tine cond, all options,
Ithr, $8900.813-220-6137
CADILLAC 1996 DEVILLE
Northstar leather; fully
loaded $6000.00 (813)
765-3753

CHEVY 1993 Lumina Euro
all power, cold air, good
cond. $1700.
813-657-0056

CHEVY BLAZER 1996 Ex-
cellent Condition,
150,000 mi, Green
Sports Utility, Auto. 4
WD. 6 Cyl. $3,000 OBO
(813)918-0474
CHEVY 1997 CAMARO
Z28, AC, P/S,P/W,T-top,
Ithr seats, prem. sound
sys, 6-spd, ood cond
$5399.813-892-9392
CHEVY 1998 CAMARO Z28
ac, ps, 6spC CD, alum
whls, exc shape! Adult
owned. Asking $2000
takeover ust 23 -emain-
ing pints. 727-375-9238
CHEVY 2000 Z28 CAMERO
46, 600 mi Red, T-Top, 2
WD, 8 Cyl. Cust Magna-
flow exhaust $14,500
obo, Must See, Low
Miles (813) 831-0315
CHEVY 2002 CORVETTE
Coupe, loaded, Lo-Jack,
ext warranty, 29594 mi
ww.rootintl.com/vette
(813)927-0735
CHEVY 2004 Impala, 1800
mi. like new, all power,
loaded, transferable
warranty $10,495.
813-478-3529
CORVETTE 1993 teal cou-
pe, auto, removable top,
Ithr mint cond, garage
kept. New tires. $14,500
813-355-6598
CORVETTE 1996, Red, exc
cond, auto 59k mi black
interior, $15,900 obo
352-383-9739
CORVETTE 1996 Silver
Collector's Ed. LT4 eng.
330hp, manual, every
option. 77K, exc conn.
$17,500.813-857-4644
CORVETTE 1999 Conv't.
blue/tan, 6 spd. chrome
whis, hds up, 35K, Corsa
pipes 12 disc orig own-
er $26,450.813-235-4290
You'll find value buys ad-
vertised in classified


c4O Automobiles
64 For Sale

CORVETTE 2002 6spd
coupe, magnetic red
color, 35K miles new
tires, exc cond. $30,000
obo. 813-994-6256
CORVETTE 2003 50TH
An n i versary
Convertible Excellent
Condition 16,500 mi.
$40K obo 352-797-7670
DODGE 2002 Intrepid V6,
auto excellentcond.non-
ly 35k miles, silver, oth-
er great features.9500.
813-968-4537
FERRARI 1994 348 Spider,
White/Tan Ithr, Black
conv top, 13K mi, op-
tions, pristine, priced to
sell$65K727-515-1965
FERRARI 2001 550 Smoke
silver/charcoal 12K mi,
options excellent con-
dition. Sacrifice $139K.
Call 727-515-1965
FORD 1981 LTD Victoria,
75% restored, new eng
& all mech components,
Cherry cond, $2,750.
813-839-8454 340-2984
Ford 1993 Taurus LX, 3.0
V6, runs good needs
A/C hose, Tea Green,
77K mi. $1,100.
813-249-2424
FORD 2000 FOCUS ZX3,
exceptional cond CD
A/C, remote locks, 6-spd
72K hwy miles $5850
Fast & fun 813-948-8777
FORD 2000 Mustang, ex-
cellent condition, 48k
mi., silver, 3.8L. 6 cyl,
automatic from owner
$7950.813-789-7247.
FORD 2001 Mustang 6cyl
5spd ONLY 8,200 Miles!
Like New Mach Stereo,
Cold A/C, Asking
$9,800 OBO 8013-985-2726
FORD 2003 Mustang GT
Convertable, auto, 20k
mi, blue, black top, Ithr,
p premium wheels.
19,500.813-936-0668
Honda 1992 Civic, 5 spd
205K miles, white, lots of
extras, runs great, must
see! $2500
Call 813-907-0534
Honda 1994 Accord EX,
new transmission, new
tires, green, 6 disc chgr,
moonroof good ocnd.
$3750 813-677-3566
Honda 1995 Accord LX,
tan, tan leather seats, 4
dr, auto, loaded, nice al-
loy rims, 1 owner 121k
mi.$5306813-620-6926
HONDA 1995 CIVIC, 17"
rims, custom paint, low-
ered, many perf. parts,
all guages, 135ki, 1 own-
er, $4000 727-992-0205
HONDA 1998 CIVIC HX
red, 2-dr, auto, pwr
win/icks, clean, 1 own-
er, 90K miles. Gas saver.
$5300.813-620-0926
HONDA 2000 S, Must see,
S2000, every option, fac-
tory spoilers, cover
w/lwjack, mint condo
$20,000,813-781-4884
HONDA 2001 ACCORD LX
49k. Auto. 4Cyl. Pwr
W/L. Spolier. $11,300
OBO Must go.
813-380-5040
HONDA 2002 ACCORD V6,
EX, 41K mi, red, spoiler,
sunroof, alloy wheels.
Excellent condition
$17,500.813-661-5850
HONDA 2003 Accord EX
leather, sunroof, heated
seats, power, warranty,
low miles. $18,375.
813-634-2740
HYUNDAI 2004 XG350L
6,300 mi Pearl white,
Excellent cond, Fully
loaded,$17K
813 285-1801
CLASSIFIED WORKS


Brandon 845 E. Bloomingdale Ave.
Brandon 901 W. Brandon Blvd.
Land 0' Lakes- 2133 Collier Pkwy.
Lutz -17808 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Plant City -102 Henry Ave.
Plant City- 2313 Thonotosassa Rd.


I AO I Automobiles
9 For Sale

INFINITY 1993 J30, All
pwr, 93k mi, 1 owner,
Non smoker, A/C, CD,
Exc cond $3000 obo
727-992-0205
JAGUAR 1998 XK8 con-
vertible Anthracite, On-
ly 47K Mi, Service re-
cords Immac Orig Cond
$22,900 .941-928-8465
JAGUAR 1998 XK8 Conv,
23k mi, Mint, Garaged
bik w/ cream int, $3000
XKR Whis/new tires,
$26 800 813-249-0202
Hm 773-230-0305 Cell
JEEP 1999 Grnd Cherokee
Laredo 64k mi, loaded
w/ sn rf, new tires/
brakes, A/C exc cond.
$9,500 813-249-0202
home 773-230-0305 Cell
Lexus 1992 SC 400 Classic
Sport Coupe, Gold, Ithr,
Serviced by dealer.
$12,000 Call Bernie
813-251-8070
Lexus 2001 IS300, very
good cond, loaded, Ithr,
sunroof, one owner.
$16,900.813-629-0673
LEXUS 2001 IS300, 28,500
mi, Silver, auto, female
driven, exc cond,
$21,900 813-966-2009
Lexus 2002 GS430, Millen-
nium silver, black leath-
er 25k miles, fully load-
ed, navigation system,
all power, chrome rims.
$35,500.813-817-4889
LEXUS 2002 SC430 Conv,
good tires, GPS Navig.,
under 30K mi. Chrome
wheels. Warranty.
$44,500 941-924-7930
LINCOLN 1996 Townecar,
loaded. $5,000 or trade
for pick-up 754-5663
LINCOLN 1997 TOWNCAR
Sig. 81k, exc cond, 1
owner all records, lots
of +'s, n-smkr, $7700
obo 813-831-7496
Lincoln 1999 Towncar,
53k miles, white ext,
blue leather, $13,500.
813-907-7856
LINCOLN 2000 LS Sport
pkg, integrated phone,
power sun roof, V8,
leather, multi CD chang-
er, non-smoker no acci-
dents 65k,$12,800 obo
(813) 222-3458
MAZDA 1996 Miata Indi-
o Blue, new paint, bat-
tery & water pump, 76K,
x-cond, ready for beach
$5800 obo 813-961-9388
MAZDA 1996 MIATA, 5
spd, convertible, Blue-
Black top, low miles,
55K mi. $5,100 OBO.
Call 813-231-5087
Mazda 1996 MX6, M Edi-
tion, 76k miles, auto,
Ithr snrf, one owner, ex-
cellent condition.
$5500obo. 813-654-8589
MAZDA 1999 Miata Red,
5sp, loaded. Cream puff.
$12,000 (863)815-8747
MAZDA 2002 MIATA,
5-spd AC P/W,
Silver)Blk top, 32K mi,
CD, gar, great cond.
$14,500.813-671-1796
Mazda 2003 Miata Con-
vertible SE, 6 sp ABS,
Ithr, bose 6 CD, all pow-
er 4 cyl, Blue/Grey top.
$17,000.813-643-5218
MERCEDES 1991 E300 Die-
sel, 150K mi, White/tan
int, runsgrt, needs noth-
ing, gd tires 2nd owner.
$5000 813-920-4333
MERCEDES 1992 400E,
118K mi, Silver, Grey Ithr
interior, Blaupunkt ste-
reo system, exception-
ally clean, non-smoker,
Italian At-rims $9,999.
Days 813-960-2288
Eves 813-961-0258


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Tampa 7717 W. Hillsborough Ave.
Tampa 614 S. Howard Ave.
Tampa -1155 S. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa- 3642 Gandy Blvd.
Tampa 8416 N. Armenia Ave.
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For Sale II For Sale
MERCEDES 1997 E320 OLDS 1999 Cutlass Ciera
beige, exc. cond. 88K 4DR, 40K mi. 6 cyl pdl,
miles, 6-disc CD 4.3 V8, pw, etc. runs & look like
arage kept, well maint. new, needs nothing
10,950.813-541-5191 $5000 727-862-7779
MERCEDES 1999 C280 au- Oldsmobile 1995 Aurora,
to, sunroof CD cham- 73k miles, Ithr interior,
pagne w/fan leather, needs some work.
52K mies. $17,500. $2600.813-695-4892
813-967-7070 OLDSMOBILE 2000 Alero
MERCEDES 1999 E320 1 105K mi, 4 dr, power
owner, 86K mi silver, locks & windows, CD,
non-smoker loaded, new tires. $3500obo
Good cond. i5,500. Call 813-230-5682
727-505-7765 PONTIAC 1994 Bonneville
MERCEDES 1999 ML320 SSEI Silver, 90K, Loaded,
Exc. cond. Leather, Leather, Sunroof, Alpine
sunroof, 20" custom 6-cd, Runs Strong!
wheels, priced to sell $4,395 obo 813-265-1250
$15,900.727-365-2090 Pontiac 2001 Grand Prix
MERCEDES 1999 SL 500 GT 2 dr, bik, AT all pwr,
Silver over silver, ga- custom whl's, Alpine cd
rage kept, new tires ex- pwr chip very clean I
tra clean, loaded. FREE owner 36k mi $10499
hard top rack $29,995. 813-361-7643 963-125
813-3344-8035 PORSCHE 1990 911 Targa
MERCEDES 2000 CLK430 AWD, C-4, Low Miles,
AMG, 83K mi, Slvr/Gray Exc ond. Askin
Ithr, auto, 8 cyl, sunroof, 21500 OB
navigation, CD $23,999 813-662-6972
727-421-7276 -'SATURN 1997 SC1 2DR
MERCEDES 2000 E320 Se- coupe, 98K mi. looks
dan, loaded, V6, 3.2L, good, runs ood, 3500.
51k mi, great condition, ays 813- 4-3918 or
$21 000 obo. eves 654-7243
813-192-9082. TOYOTA 1989 SUPRA
Mercedes 2001 CL ver TURBO White, TARGA
goodcond, loaded,th TOP, Auto.6C i.$1,500,
sunroof one owner. Must Go (813) 728-3896
$39,900. 13-629-0673
Mercedes Benz 2003 SLK Toyota 1998 Canry Great
320, 31k mileswhite reliable car, white, gey
Excellent Co'dition int, 139k mi, everything
.ExcellentCnnd00 n works reat $4900 obo.
1 813-951-2355 813-379-823b. 685-7722
Mercedes2003E500,Exc TOYOTA 1999AvalonXLS
0, nlow miles, reat cond,
cond! 7 year 100K mile silver w/lt int. New
factory warranty, 31K tires. Asking $9 250 Call
milesfblackw/grayintr, 813-963-1873 c:1-
$42,560-a813-767-2801 81396318 101294
Mercedes 2003 SLK 230 TOYOTA 1999 CAMRY CE,
Mercedes 2003 SLK 230 n0K mi exrcllent
convertible white, exc conditieon.0Bn
cond, 21k. $37,500. c $6 450 d OBO
727-365-2128 813'-318-2921
S. TOYOTA 2000 Celica GT-
Mercury 1996 Grand 80K mi 6spd, Red,
Marquls 115K mi., air, Black Ithr, side airbags,
full loaded, very clean, moonroof, spIr, $9,500.
$3,95. Call 813-72r-0 1
813-949-9545
MERCURY 1999 Grand TOYOTA 2002 SPYDER
Marquis V8 47K mil Conver. Excellent cond,
pwr^A/ a'ton beige leather, 35K mi, remain-
cn, aut, og, 8.8.6 warrant24 v $16 500
exc condo. new tlres in warrw -990
$7800. 813-661-9615 81-839-241 -5
MERCURY 2001 SABLE LS VOLVO 1990 240DL Silver
Silver w/gray Ithr int. Sedan, very clean, great
chrome wheels, 6CD looking car, new r
changer, low mi All well maintained 145k
power, auto, Exc. dond. mi,$2,450.813-765-4126
$7,500 813-918-1000 VOLVO 1993 960, 79K mi,
Mini Cooper 2004 S, 10k 4dr, Gold, great looking
miles, Elec Blue, 6 spd, all accessories & well
loaded, sunrf, HK ste- maintained. $5,000. Call
reo, inci main & wrty. 813-877-1628
$22,500.813-962-1925 Volvo 1997 850 GLT wag-
MITSUBISHI 1992 on, turbo, all pwr, 6 cyl,
ECLIPSE-Manual nice sunrf, Ithr, gray, 98K mi,
exterior, needs TLC on dealer maintained exc
engine, $500. Call: cond $9K 813-971-6067
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...VOLVO 2000 S-80, T6
Mitsubishi 200 Gallant moondust ext, tan' Ithr
V6, 4ndr, white allpow- int mint cond, fully
er, snrf, AM/F C al- loaded,53Kmi.w/warr.
$ W90Wohbo.Sc13-25e-0000K. $16,600. 813-363-2531
Nissan 1985 300ZX T.urbo Volvo 2001 S60, excellent
.... ..198 300Z condition, leather, all
over 300+ hp, needs power ext wrty, auto.
new windshield and power1x w o
hood $2,500 OBO 8fi-43-504N
813-210-0395, After 3pm. 8 '4 .
NISSAN 1997 MAXIMA VW2000 PASSAT, 37K mi,
GLE, V6, auto, AC, Black exc cond, one owner,
tinted wins, exc cond, 4cyl, fuel injected, 5Spd,
m, lUXU$5pknnrem sound
143.5K hw m, $4,500.l
Call 863-640-0253 Ithr.$1,50 13-601-8207
NISSAN 2000 MAXIMA SE, VW 2001 Jetta GLX, VR6,
5-spd, 78K mi, $9700' auto, Black w/greyl Ithr
813-684-6615 or int,snrf,6disc CDchgr,
813-924-8677 alloys, ice cold AC, x-cond
$11,000 813-394-5070
Nissan 2002 Maxima SE, $500 Police Impounds.
exc cond. SIvr, sunroof, Hondas, Chevys,
new tires & brakes, 1- Toyotas, etc. from $500.
owner hiway mi $11,900 For listing 800-749-8167,
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18th Annual Rainbow Ball Helps Abused Children


WILL FEATURE WINE TASTING,
BALLROOM DANCE TIPS
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
There is still room for you on the
dance floor.
The 18th annual Rainbow Ball is
slated for this weekend, April 9, from 6:
30 to 11:30 p.m. in the Red Rose Bal-
lroom of the Ramada Inn Plantation
House, 2011 N. Wheeler St.
The gala benefits the Child Abuse
Council's Rainbow Family Learning
Program in Plant City.
The therapeutic center offers serv-
ices such as counseling and child care
and other resources for at-risk and


abused children and their families.
Tickets are $100 per person, but you
must purchase in advance so organiz-
ers will be sure to have a plate ready for
you.
As in years past, there will be dinner
followed by dancing, cigar bar and 50/
50 cash drawing. The menu includes
filet and Baltimore blue crab, followed
by a choice of sweet treats from two
dessert stations.
But there also will be a couple new
twists this year, said co-chairwoman
Di Lott, including a live auction to
compliment the event's traditional
silent auction.
A special reception from 6:30 to 8
p.m. will feature wine tasting from
ABC Fine Wine and Spirits. Wine


experts also will be on hand offering
some of the latest libations.
"It's a perfect way to branch out, try
something new and possibly come
away with a new favorite wine," Lott
said.
At the same time, three couples will
demonstrate ballroom dancing tech-
niques. More tips will come from five
interior designers who will offer exper-
tise on home decorating and accesso-
rizing.
Later in the evening, those who stick
around to dance to the Brassworks
band or have a cigar on the patio will
be treated to a midnight snack.
The Rainbow Center, off East Alex-
ander Street, provides an alternative to
foster care for abused children or helps


ease the transition from foster care for
those children who have been sepa-
rated from their families.
That is a great motivator, said Lott,
who along with co-chairwoman Mary
Heysek and a 20-member committee,
has dedicated hundreds of hours over
the years to help put on the event.
She's hoping Plant City will help make
this year's event a success.
"As I read or hear, almost daily,
about another child being abused, I
know that the Rainbow Ball supports
an important cause," Lott said.
To purchase tickets, call Jennifer
McGeorge, 673-4646, Ext. 225. Those
who did not receive an invitation and
who would like to attend or have not
responded to their invitation should
call Maria Coffee at 752-0112.


CLASS NOTES

Wright studies in Spain
Charity Wright of Plant City,
a junior at Barnard College in
New York City, is spending the
spring 2005 semester studying
in Madrid, Spain, through Syr-
acuse University's Division of
International Programs
Abroad.

Garrison named to dean's list
William "B.J." Garrison of
Plant City has been named to
the dean's list at Palmer Col-
lege of Chiropractic Florida,


SHARP
Continued From Page 22
Sarasota Riverview's previ-
ous defeat was to Sarasota in
a Ippsided 10:-0 score, b.ut
the Rams won the rematch
Friday 1-0.
Did I mention the district
is very competitive and hard
to predict?
And don't forget the
"other" Riverview, the one in
east Hillsborough Counit\
capable of beating anyone as
well,.
Oh, and Plant City cannot
be ignored, especially with
home-field advantage, The
Raiders are a team that, in
the opinion of one admit-
tedly biased person, should
be at or near the top of the
district standings.
"I really feel we should be
12-1, but it hasn't worked
out that way," said Raiders
head coach Heidi Buchanan,
who gives the top nod to
Sarasota Riverview as district
favorite due to the Rams'
hitting.
Plant City's best district
result was an 8-6 triumph
over Sarasota, good to
remember as the teams
could match up in the first
round of the district tourna-
ment.
Hey, just look at what the
Raiders did Saturday when
given a breather from the
district schedule.
Plant City whipped
Wharton, 10-0, getting
inside-the-park homers from
both Jessica Pauley and
Samantha Waldron.
The win improved the
Raiders record to 7-5 on the
season.
Friday night ought to be
fun. The softball and district
rivals face off at 7 p.m. when
Plant City visits Durant.


where he is a fifth-quarter stu-
dent.

Hargrove awarded scholarship
Brandon Hargrove of Plant
City is one of two Tampa Bay
area students to be awarded
Erika and Don Wallace Schol-
arships to Hillsborough Com-
munity College.
Hargrove attends HCC's
Plant City campus.
The Erika and Don Wallace
scholarships awarded $1,200
to each recipient. The schol-


Diamond note
The Cougars baseball
team grabbed ao.upl .of
nice wins last week, espe-
cially after a frustrating 0-3
trip through the Saladino
Tournament,
Durant silenced Sarasota
Riverview, 7-1, with Mike
Cannon getting his first
pitching win of the year.
After Bloomingdale edged
the Cougars 3-2 Friday,
Durant came back to beat
Robinson, 3-0, on Monday
night,
Carmine Giardina tossed
the shutout for Durant,
which brought a 6-8 record
into its trip to Sarasota
Riverview Tuesday night.

Mother Nature prevails
And good to see I didn't
jinx the boys track teams by
pointing out the weather
problems they've been
having this season.
On Saturday, the big
county meet at Hillsborough
High was cancelled not to
be made up by the wet
stuff.


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Grandma & Gr,
Great Grandma


arship was established to
honor the Wallace's generos-
ity to HCC and to the students
of HCC.

Oldham graduates
with honors
Mark A. Oldham recently
graduated summa cum laude
and as a King O'Neal Scholar
with a 4.0 GPA from the
Honors College of the Univer-
sity of South Florida.
Oldham earned a bachelor's
degree in biomedical science


and will be entering the USF
College of Medicine this fall.
He is the son of Greg and
Jiny Oldham of Plant City and
grandson of Robert and Helen
Newell of Seffner.

Hoffman earns
master's degree
Karl Hoffman of Plant City
received a master's degree in
mental health counseling
from Argosy University of
Tampa during the fall 2004
semester.


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