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Students are
expected to
attend classes in
the new Trinkle
Center this fall.

The city commission
approves multiple
annexations but is
warned that it needs
to consider what area
roads will bear.


Plant City Police Chief Bill McDaniel, center
police headquarters Tuesday morning.

Theinvitation is out
to attend a picture-
perfect evening.



PAGE 211


The Plant City Police Department began moving into its
new multimillion dollar facility this week.

One year and $8.2 million later the Plant
City Police Department is moving into its
new home at 1 Police Place.
Gone are the old, stuffy and cramped
quarters that used to house the police
station on South Collins Street. Now the
department occupies a 5-acre site at the
south end of Willamette Drive, off East
Alexander Street. The property was for-
merly used by AutoNation to refurbish
used cars, but the company shuttered it in
About 7 a.m. Tuesday, the police com-

munication center was electronically
transferred 'from the old building to the
new, state-of-the-art facility.
"We are officially in business," said
Police Chief Bill McDaniel. "We are now
monitoring fire and police dispatch,
service call taking, switchboard, supervi-
sion and statistics from the new commu-
nication center."
But this move could last for more than a
few days, McDaniel said.
"Patience will be the order of the day,"
McDaniel said. "This will be a big adjust-
ment for everyone. We will spend days
unpacking and shaking down equipment.

Nothing will happen overnight."
After purchasing the property for just
less than $3 million, the city paid Tampa-
based Mathews Construction $6 million to
refurbish it. That entailed customizing the
larger, nearly 68,000-square-foot building
into a police station and a smaller, 38,325-
square-foot building for the city's fleet
maintenance department..
Features in the police station include a
firing range and enclosed prisoner well
that allows officers to drive into the build-
ing to transfer suspects to holding cells.
The building, a portion of which AutoNa-
tion used as a warehouse, also has abun-
dant storage.
The site has its own fuel station and
plenty of land for the department's vehi-
See MOVE, Page 15




Heres a preview of
what you'll find in
The Tampa Tribune'
Plant City section
U Retired Tampa
Tribune and Tampa
Times reporter
Panky Snow recalls
the time she inter-
viewed the late
Pnnce Rainier.


Brown Studying Up For Commission Post

Robert Brown has a lot of
homework to do.
The newest city commissioner-
elect has already met with some
city staff, who have given him a
little light reading to ready him
for his term.
"They've provided me with an
introductory kit that's probably
about a foot and a half deep,"
Brown said Monday.
Brown, 45, won the April 5

election by a margin of 174 votes,
besting Liesta Sykes 783 to 609.
The turnout in the
election was small,
with less than 9 per-
cent of the city's
16,125 voters show-
ing up to vote.
Longtime com-
missioner and mul-
tiple-term mayor,
Brown Mike Sparkman,
who decided not to run for re-
election, is vacating the Group 4
Brown, who is executive vice-
president and treasurer at Sun-

shine State Federal Savings and
Loan in Plant City, said he is
excited to get to work. He'll be
sworn in June 13 and willserve a
three-year term.
He said he feels like he knows
his city well, but that serving on
the commission will take it to
another level.
"This is an opportunity to get
in there and roll up my sleeves
and understand the workings of
city government," said Brown,
who stood at the entrance to
Walden Lake Wednesday morn-
ing with a hand-painted "thank
you" sign. "I think I'm up to the

challenge but it will definitely be
a new perspective."
He said his job at Sunshine
State will allow him the time
needed to dedicate to the com-
mission, which meets twice a
month and attends various work-
shops and events throughout the
year. His busiest times at work
are at quarter end, but his post
offers flexibility that will be help-
ful as commissioner, he said.
One of his most important
duties will be to help the com-
mission handle the strain that the
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Woman's club picnic
The Woman's Club of
Plant City will host a
Bunco Party and Picric
honoring the Junior Wom-
an's Club on April 14 at 6:
30 p.m. at Robin Haga-
man's Carriage Run farm,
120 S. Wiggins Road.
RSVP: 752-6566 or 719-

Relay for Life
The seventh annual
Relay for Life will take
place April 15-16 at Plant
City High School. 1 Raider
Opening ceremonies
will be at 6 p.m. Friday. A
luminaria ceremony to
honor cancer victims
begins at 9 p.m. Lumina-
rias still available.
The event ends at noon
Information: lodi Smith,

School dedication
The principal. staff and
students of Simmons
Career Center. 1202 W.
Grant St.. invite support-
ers, friends and neighbors
to attend the center's ded-
ication ceremony April 15
at LO 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

Church plans yard sale
First Baptist Church of
Pleasant Grove, 7725 S.
Turkey Creek Road in

Education Wing Of Trinkle Center Slated For Fall Opening


The new centerpiece of
Hillsborough Community
College's Plant City campus is
out of the ground and on
Plant City campus presi-
dent Felix Haynes said he high
hopes that the construction
schedule will allow students
to use the new education wing
during the upcoming fall
"If the weather holds and
materials are delivered as
planned, students attending
this fall will be able to utilize
four new science labs and four
new classrooms," Haynes
The much-needed space,
part of an $8 million project
funded with state money, also
allows the college to expand
its curriculum, Haynes said.
"Coinciding with the open-
ing of the new education wing
will be the creation of two new
courses, veterinarian techni-
cian and advanced water
treatment," Haynes said. "We
are presently in the process of
putting the technical materi-
als in place and hiring teach-
ers for the new classes."
The new wing also will
house storage rooms and a
related studies classroom.
The largest portion of the
Trinkle Center will be made
up of a 24,000-square-foot
auditorium fronting East
Cherry Street, and will be open
for use as a community civic
center. That portion is
expected to be complete by
the end of the year, Haynes
The partnership that helped
bring the building to fruition is
the culmination of a 10-year
effort that was first presented
to Haynes by community
leaders when he was hired as
the campus president in 1996.
"Business leaders, city offi-
cials and the college worked
hand in hand since then to

GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Felix Haynes, president of Hillsborough Community College's
Plant City campus, surveys construction of the new Trinkle

find a way to make that dream
come true," Haynes said. With
the completion of the build-
ing, "all of our hopes in those
early days will be realized."
Bob Edwards, a retired
lawyer still active in the local
business community, was one
of the people who went to
Haynes about the need for a
civic center, but is quick to
share credit for the college/
community center idea.
"City Commissioner John
Dicks was a trustee on the
community college board
when the idea was first
brought to light," Edwards
said. "David Miller and I
simply relayed that thought to
Felix soon after he took the

reins at the college. I'm not
sure if the people in Plant City
realize the benefit that the col-
lege and the new community
center will bring to our town."

'Sky's the limit'
Haynes said the Trinkle
Center will help lead the
school into a new era and
benefit Plant City at the same
"The center will allow the
school to create a more
expanded business plan for
community service," Haynes
said. "We will be able to
accommodate conventions
and meetings for civic,
business, commercial and
community organizations.

Our success will allow us to
accommodate local and non-
local groups. The sky is the
Haynes also sees the educa-
tional wing as a means to
achieve more training for
businesses in and around
Plant City.
"The space will allow us to
offer new programs without
reducing the present class-
room space. A survey oi
business in this area shows a
great need for veterinarian
skills. Our new educational
program will fill that need,"
Haynes said. "And we know
that water is, or will be, at the
top of everybody's list ol
industrial and commercial
businesses in the near future.
Companies will be able to rely
on us to fill those technical
courses and prepare theii
employees for certification."
A host of local agricultural
firms, industries and organiz-
ations can benefit from the
expanded learning center,
Haynes said. He cited such
examples as the Balm Agricul-
tural Research Center, the
University of Florida teaching
program based at the Plant
City campus, the Florida
Strawberry Festival, the Straw-
berry Growers Association,
Tampa Bay Wholesale Grow-
ers and the Institute for Phos-
phate Research.
"The next step for a concen-
trated agricultural community
would be to support agricul-
tural needs, with laboratories,
offices and the like," Haynes
said. "We can become a center
for research and development.
We can offer a place for ag-
related corporate headquar-
ters. We can continue to grow
as a- training ground in this
vital national industry."
"It has been said by others
that our time has come, and
that our time is now," Haynes
said. "Like our growing com-
munity, the college and the
students who attend will also
grow in order to meet the
challenges of today and the

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Memory Candles
Those who have seen it say
the luminaria ceremony at the
Plant City Relay for Life is one
of the most moving moments
they've experienced.
The flickering candles, set
on a bed of sand inside a white
paper bag, wrap around the
Plant City High School track
like a belt of light. On the side
of each bag is the name of a
cancer patient, survivor or
Jodi Smith, this year's Relay
chairwoman, said there are
plenty of luminaries left for
your loved one.
The seventh annual cancer
fundraiser will be April 15-16.
Opening ceremonies are at 6
p.m. on Friday, with the lumi-
naria ceremony at 9 p.m. This
year, local bagpiper Brett
Clancy will play a tune.
Luminarias can be reserved
for a donation of any amount,
Smith said. To reserve one, or
to find out about other ways to'
participate in this year's event,
call her at 757-8574.
-Tony Marrero
Photo Opportunity
An event slated for next
week will allow visitors to
check out old photos in Plant
City's newest restaurant and
learn more about a local non-
profit organization dedicated
to preserving the city's photo-
graphic history.
The Plant City Photo
Archives Inc., which is in the
Lee Building, will host a

member/guest reception at
its newest neighbor, Kristii's
Restaurant, 110 E. Reynolds
St., April 19 from 4 to 6 p.m.
The wine-and-cheese
reception is open not only to
the archives members and
their guests, but also to those
interested in finding out more
about the organization, said
executive director Gil Gott.
There is no charge for admis-
The exhibit will feature a
combination of many of the
most popular prints of the
past and some that have never
before been on display, Gott
There also will be a preview
of the special World War II
exhibit, featuring Plant City's
veterans. The full display will
be unveiled at the Photo
Archives' annual gala, "An
Evening of Picture Perfect
Memories," June 4 at the
Ramada Inn Plantation
A photo trivia quiz at the
reception will have guests
identify certain items or
people in several historic pho-
tographs. Attendees also will
have the opportunity to tour
and view the many historic
photos on permanent display
on the walls of the Lee Build-
After the event, Kristii's Res-
taurant, owned by former
Park-Side Caf6 owners Brian
Garrett and Kristii Hendricks,
will remain open for dinner
For information about the
photo archives or the recep-
tion, call 752-1442, or Gil Gott
at 417-7559.
Tony Marrero

See DIGEST, Page 15

Commission Considers Need For Improved Roads

For the first time in recent memory, the city
commission moved the need for new or
improved roads in the Plant City area back to
center stage.
During the regular meeting at city hall on
April 11, commissioners discussed and
approved map amendments to the city's com-
prehensive land use plan. Their actions help
clear the way for future development within the
city limits, and provides the opportunity for
land owners and developers to have bordering
properties annexed into the city.
But the effects will be seen on area roads.
While describing zoning changes and pro-
jected developments in and around Plant City,
Mark Hudson, a city-county planner for Hills-
borough County and the city, pointed out
several times at the meeting that the number of
vehicles that will accompany new development
will begin to overload existing roads.
"This is a serious issue," Hudson said. "Roads
around Interstate 4 between Park Road and
State Road 39 (North Wheeler Street) will be
saturated by continued growth."
Hudson pointed out that the interstate traffic
will increase no matter how controlled growth
is in the area around Plant City.
"Growth in Orlando, Lakeland, Tampa and
South County will increase traffic through the
1-4 corridor no matter what you do," Hudson
said. "Growth in those areas is outside the con-
trol of Plant City. But a need is there, now or
later, that must be met."
The commission approved 10 properties
accounting for development of about 1,000

acres in and around Plant City. Several projects
were postponed at the request of developers
until August.
Among the items approved:
A 66-acre tract of annexed land north of US
92, south of 1-4, east of son Keene and west of
Sand Road. The parcel's zoning designation
was changed from R-1 to R-4, which allows for
four units per acre.
A 177-acre parcel on both sides of Charlie
Taylor Road between 1-4 and US 92. The parcel
was changed from R-1 to R-4. -
A 56-acre parcel located at the southeast
corner of Mud Lake Road and Charlie Griffin
Road. The parcel was changed from R-1 to R-4.
Commissioner Rick Lott was the first to
question transportation issues during the dis-
cussion of upcoming development.
"I don't feel comfortable voting on these
developments piecemeal," Lott said. "We can
look at each one at a time and vote for approval
and not to long from now we will be facing sat-
uration of the roads system and wonder how
.that happened."
Commissioners agreed that a workshop
should be scheduled soon to more fully address
the problem.
Commissioner John Dicks said annexation
would benefit the city, but that officials must be
"I realize that some people that live in our
area want Plant City to remain as it is," Dicks
said. "They want it to maintain its small town
flavor. And so do I. But the city is going to grow.
There is no doubt of that. And the areas around
our borders will become a part of the city.
"I feel confident that the city can control that
growth better than the county," Dick said. "We
can offer city water and sewer, which is better
for the environment than individual wells and
septic tanks."

Robert P. Brown

Leadership Counts!

Would like to thank you.

A huge appreciation to my friends,

family and valued Supporters.

A special thank you to my Political

Manager, Bruce Rodwell; Treasurer,

Matt Bu77a, and my #1 Supporter, my

best friend and wife, Wendy Brown

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"As your City Commissioner, I will strive to improve the quality of life for all Plant City residents
by working to meet our growing infrastructure needs, continue creating a business environment
which will further our economic growth, and to increase public safety and security "
Thank you,
Robert P Brown
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Plant City Photo Archives, Inc. honors our area's Veterans
with a special photographic exhibit and collection.
This photo was taken by Cecil Shackelton who flew bombing raids
across the channel in a B-24 Liberator in 1944 and 45.



Plant City Photo Archives, Inc. will honor our Veterans in a special Exhibit at our annual gala event,
"An Evening of Picture Perfect Memories" Saturday, June 4, 2005,
in the Red Rose Ballroom at the Ramada Inn Plantation House in Plant City.
Bring or submit your photos and your stories to:
Plant City Photo Archives, 110 East Reynolds Street, Suite 700
Plant City, FL 33563. For information call 752.1442.
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These voters choose to make their voices heard in November
election. In the most recent election, very few did the same.

Once Again, Plant City

Shows Apathy In Election

That will it take for Plant City voters to step up
Sand exercise their right? Despite having a clear
WV choice between two very different candidates,
despite having two weeks to vote, and despite the fact
that the city is poised to undergo major changes in the
coming years, a measly 8.8 percent of the city's 16,125
registered voters or 1,392 people turned out this
month to select their next city commissioner.
The lack of participation might be just a bit more
understandable if the candidates seemed as though
they were cut from identical cloth. But Robert Brown
and Liesta Sykes represented distinct choices. They
were from different backgrounds, different parties,
and had different ideas about what is happening in
Plant City.
Indeed, one of Sykes' talking points was that she
represented the "people's candidate." But this turnout
sends the message that the people don't care whether
they have a voice or not. It is likely that those who
voted this round are largely the same who vote in each
city election. Effectively, then, the huge percentage of
voters who aren't bothering to show up are letting
these same people speak for them time and again.
Why the apathy?
Perhaps it's because things are going pretty
smoothly in Plant City, and that the general sentiment
is the city commission is doing a good job meeting
residents' needs. Maybe it will take more problems to
get more people to pay attention and take the five
minutes required to cast a vote.
We may find out. The possibility of a bumpy road
ahead is now upon us. There will be unprecedented
growth here in the next few years. Now, more than
ever before, the commissioners who sit on the dais will
play a big role in what the city will look like for years to
come. Officials will face the daunting task of making
sure the quality of life that residents have come to
expect doesn't suffer under the weight of the popula-
tion boom.
We hope that it doesn't take a critical mass of prob-
lems to make more voters want to take part in democ-
racy at this most fundamental level. Plant City's future
generations deserve better than that.

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not a conflict
Re: "Lott's Campaign
Contributions Raise Ques-
tions, "April 7.
I read with interest, also
somewhat puzzled, how Mr.
Lofstrom could criticize
Commissioner Rick Lott for
campaign donations to both
candidates in the recent city
election. Since only one
candidate could possibly be
elected to the city commis-
sion, how does this even
come close to suspicion of
wrongdoing or conflict of
I would like to ask where
Mr. Lofstrom was during the
so-called "Plant City police
corruption" case, where
Mayor Sparkman paid legal
fees for Plant City police
who were charged and
convicted. He was and still is
a staunch supporter of the
mayor but never one word
was written by Mr. Lofstrom
except to praise the deeds of
the mayor.
I must advise Commis-
sioner Lott that, in my
opinion, his actions on the
commission will be scruti-
nized by Sparkman and his
thoughts will be conveyed to
the voters through the pen
of Mr. Lofstrom.
James T. Pollock
Plant City

a -.


Lofstrom for

town gadfly
Once again we are sub-
jected to the "wisdom" of the
town gadfly, Jerry Lofstrom.
I, for one, see nothing
wrong or unethical in contrib-
uting to political candidates
running for the same office
and have done so myself on
several occasions.
Many candidates are
under-funded compared to
their opponents and this
money helps them get on a
more equal financial footing,
and gives both candidates a
chance to get their message
out so voters can make
informed choices.
To quote Mr. Lofstrom,
"Commissioner Lott is a
public-spirited, civic-minded
individual whose philan-
thropic generosity has helped
many organizations in the
community, and for that we
should applaud his generos-
I, for one, would add Mr.
Lofstrom should not so
carelessly attack Mr. Lott's
motives or reputation.
If there is a Nobel Prize for
gadfly, I nominate Jerry
David E. Hawthorne
Plant City

Ode to Ronda
There's a county commis-

sioner named Ronda
Library funds she's trying' to
She would like to suspend
the buying' of "Friends"
So she'll have more money
to squanda'
There's a county commis-
sioner named Ronda
Who don't want poor folks
watching' "TaWanda"
She thinks those who like
"Napoleon Dynamite"
Should read books and not
see "LaFawnduh"
There's a county commis-
sioner named Ronda
Who don't want grandmas
to see Henry Fonda
It appears she don't care
about those with gray hair
And prefers them to be six
feet unda'
There's a county commis-
sioner named Ronda
And her mean, hateful
words I do ponda'
Why is she so cruel? She
sounds like a fool
Election' her was a huge
There's a county commis-
sioner named Ronda
And her heart is as cold as
the Tundra
She cares for the rich; to the
poor she's a witch
How does she sleep at night,
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Picture The Value OfHistory

Stephen Dedalus, a
character in a James Joyce
novel, said, "history is a
nightmare from which I am
trying to awaken."
It may be a great dust heap
to some, but I'm not alone in
thinking that knowledge bf
the past is the key to under-
standing the
W present and
future. We're
W sure lucky to
have two groups
I.'*' in town with
precious history
BETTY Last week, I
BRIGG told you about
BRIGGS the East Hills-
Columnist borough Histori-
cal Society
projects (book and postcards)
and this week I'm happy to
report that the Plant City
Photo Archives is preparing
for its annual gala event, "An
Evening of Picture Perfect
This year's black-tie affair
will honor our community's
WWII veterans June 4 at the
Ramada Inn Plantation
House's Red Rose Ballroom.
The champagne reception
will begin at 7 p.m.
The archive collects Plant
City related stories and
photographs and invites
everyone to participate. There
will be a special photographic
exhibit at the event, including
a photo taken by Cecil
Shackelton who flew bombing
raids across the English
Channel in a B-24 Liberator in
1944 and '45.
If you would like to be part
of this exciting evening, call
752-1442. Tickets are $100 per
person and go toward the
nonprofit organization.
One of my favorite pictures
from the historical society's

James Ryan
Townsend and
Jennifer Lauren
Boyette, both of
Plant City, anno-
unce their engage-
An April wedding
is planned in the
Magnolia Building.

Charles Hall and
Anna Marie Battaglia

Special to The Courier
Andy Bender shows of the result of his sure shooting during a
recent hunting trip in Taylor County.

"Images of Plant City" book is
of two women processing
strawberries at the Farmer's
Market back in the late 1950s,
when berries were sorted and
graded by hand. A sign on the
production line read, "NO
I bet the sign didn't work
then and sure wouldn't work

Cork story
Daniel Wilder Jr. sent me a
nice note reminiscing about
his father and Cork School.
His dad was a railroad man
in Cuba after the Spanish-
American War, and grew up at
Knights Station as the Sea-

board Airline RR was being
built. Daniel attended Cork
Academy (what the two-story
building, now destroyed, was
once called) from 1921-28.
Now, his great-grandson and
great-granddaughter go to
school there.
I bet their great-grandpa
has some wonderful stories to

Artful memories
It is always delightful to
hear from old friends and I
want to share a letter I had
from Walter Harrell, who
many remember worked with

See BRIGGS, Page 12


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.

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 driver course
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.

Moral Courage
Awards nominations
Hillsborough County commissioners are
now accepting nominations for the 14th annual
Moral Courage Award, given to honor an out-
standing individual or group who has demon-
strated exceptional ethical behavior and moral
Nominations are due by 5 p.m. May 6. The
forms are available by calling the Citizen Action
Center at 272-5900, and from the county's Web
site at www.hillsboroughcounty.org. Anyone
may submit a nomination and all residents of
Hillsborough County are eligible to receive the
award. The Citizens Advisory Committee will
review the nominations and recommend a
finalist to the county commission. The winner
will be honored at an awards ceremony and
reception in the spring. Call: 272-6698.

Music, arts school
First Baptist Church School of Music and
Arts is now accepting enrollment for its spring
semester. The school offers private lessons in
piano, strings, voice, guitar, drums, woodwinds
and brass. There also will be a group drama
class that will present the play "All the World's
a Stage." Call: 752-4104.

Freda Sallee of Plant City
announces the engagement of
her daughter, Judy Kay Sallee,
to Brian Keith Ebmeier, son of
Raymond Ebmeier and Jan
Ebmeier of Carmi, Ill.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of the late James A.
A May 13 wedding is
planned at the Palacio of Set-
eais in Sintra, Portugal, and
the couple will reside in South

and Jennifer

Pete and Renee Battaglia of
Plant City announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Anna Marie, to Charles
Andrew Hall, the son of Ronny
and Terri Hall of Starke, and
the late Victoria Glenen.
The bride-elect currently
T attends the University of Flor-
ida College of Pharmacy, with
plans to graduate April 30.
The prospective groom
" serves in the U.S. Navy, sta-
tioned aboard the USS George
Washington, homeported in
Norfolk, Va.
A May 28 wedding is planed
at 2 p.m. at Madison Street
Baptist Church in Starke.

Judy Sallee and Brian Ebmeier


UDC to meet
The Plant City 1931 United
Daughters of the Confederacy
will meet April 16 at 10 a.m. at
the 1914 High School, 605 N.
Collins St.
District director June God-
frey 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.

Hibiscus Circle
The Hibiscus Circle of the
Plant City Garden Club will
meet April 18 at 6:30 p.m. at
the Club House 1112 N.
Wheeler St. Master gardener
Loretta Clements will give a
presentation on herbs.
Call: Lisa Strange, 717-9492

Home and
Community Education
The Hillsborough Associa-
tion for Home and Commu-
nity Education seeks
HCE partners with the Hills-
borough County Extension
Service to better serve Hills-
borough County residents and
host the adult Neighborhood
Village competition at the
Strawberry Festival, make
"ouch" dolls to give to chil-
dren receiving medical care,
make baby quilts and. neo-
natal caps, and provide schol-
arships to 4-H members.
Cubs are active in Temple

Terrace, Ruskin, Plant City
and Riverview.
Call: Lisa Leslie, 744-5519,
Ext. 143.

PCHS Class of 1995
The Plant City High School
Class of 1995 will have its 10-
year reunion June 11 at Jack-
son's on Harbour Island in
downtown Tampa.
Jodi Smith is in the process
of finding classmates. If you
have information, or would
like to find out more about the
reunion, call her at 754-3703
or e-mail jodi.smith@bay-

PCHS Class of '65
The Plant City High School
Class of 1965 will host its 40-
year reunion June 10-11.
Classmates are asked to call
Peggy Gibbs with their current
address and phone numbers.
Also, those with information
on other classmates or who
wish to find out more about
the event can call Gibbs at

PCHS Class of 1990
The Plant City High School
Class of 1990 will celebrate its
15-year reunion June 24-25.
An "Adult Night Out" is
planned for Friday at Lone
Palm Golf Club in Lakeland. A
family picnic is planned for
Saturday at Springhead Park.
Information: Lori, 478-3886;
or e-mail PCHS1990@tamp-


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To advertise your church in our Church Directory, please call Natasha Davis at 752-3113.

Doter: S. Doer Rd & Downing St.
659-2600 "

Allen Chapel: 1109 F. Laura St.
MIfount Olire: I113W. MI.adison -t
Mount Olive: llorton Rd.

.samblea .1postolica:
1501 Colson Rd. 3"'-3096
.Apostolic church
ofJesus Christ:
1212 I. RenWolds, 4"-5130

Abundant life: Pinecrest Rd.
Lithia, 685-1240
Belbany: 9804 Harney Rd,
Thonotosassa, 986-5"-1l
Calrarv Fellowship:
II110 N. Gordon St. '52-5005
Dover First: SR 5"'4 & Pettie Rd.
faith Temple: 1-i at Hillsborough-
Polk County line. "52-0532
Faith lighthouse:
3409 SR 39 A. 752-1885
First Plant City:
Charlie Griffin Rd,
W of SR 39 S, 752-3351
Fort Alafta: Corner of South Hwy. 39
& Swilley Rd, 737-4656
Keysville: SR 640, 737-4803
Mount Zion:
1-4 at Thonotosassa Rd, 752-1614
Pleasant Grove:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-3529
Victory Worship Center:
County Line Rd, 754-6089
Sydney: Sydney Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of Sydney-Dover Rd, 659-0532
Turkey Creek:
Turkey Creek Rd, 754-5372
Ahava: Turkey Creek Rd,
N. of SR 60, 737-3739
Alafia Baptist:
222 Alafa Church Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd, 737-3240
Berea: SR39 S, 737-1232
Bethany: Cork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel: 804 W. Renfro St,
Beulah: Allen & County Line Rd,
Lithia, 737-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd,
Burchwood Temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 574, 752-3782
Calvary Free Will:
3539 Trapnell RdE.
Cedar Grove: E. Keysville Rd,
Central of Lithia:
Pinecrest & Keysville Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 E. Alsobrook, 752-3740
Community Christian:
1310 N. Shannon Ave, 754-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S, Pinecrest,
Dover Eastside: Countryside Baptist
Church, 2820 Gallagher, 571-8200
Dover First: N. Gallagher Rd,
Eastside: 1318 E. Calhoun St,

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,
Hopewell: SR 39 S, 737-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Hwy,
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
Lone Oak: lone Oak Rd.
Mount Moriah Freewill:
Warren & Johnson St. 754-4397
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W Ball St,
New Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., 752-3985
1700 N. Franklin St, 752-2779
Oakood: .Airport Rd. 752-5499
Plant Citv Primitire:
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,
St. Luke Missionary:
108 S. Warnell S1, 754-4992
St. Mary's Freewill:
Hunter & Warren St, 754-6853
St. Mary Missionary:
1804 S.R. 60E., 737-3668
St. Mary's Community Church:
907E. Laura St,
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church:
5447 S. Turkey Creek Rd,
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Westside: 2503 W GranfleldAve,
Whitehurst Rd:
901 N. WhitehurstRd, 754-5405
Little Union:
15510 County Rd 39, Lithia
Salem Primitive:
14402 Salem Church Rd., Sydney
St. Clement: 1104 N. Alexander St,
N. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder Rd,
Cork: Cork Road, 752-1521

Laura St: 1310 E. Laura St,
Springhead: Wiggins Rd,
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,
Cornerstone Christian:
McIntosbRd, Nof SR 574
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St

(Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calvary Community:
5209 Smith-RyalsRd
Dover: Downing St, 659-2900
Plant City: 2103 Mudlake Rd.
Turkey Creek: Turkey Creek Rd
at SR 60, 737-1331
1702 N. Taylor Rd, 986-1916
(Anderson, Indiana)
Kingsway First: 2808 Kinsway N.,
Seffier, 657-7500
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
713 Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St,
Gospel Tabernacle:
Allen &Haines St
St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 W. Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lordk
728 W. Ball St.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Restoration Assembly:
106S. Evers St.
Evangelists for Jesus Tabernacle:
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102
Christian Growth Center:
1310N. Shannon, 719-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 E. Tomlin St, 754-1133
Deeper Life Fellowship:
Covilla Rd, W of SR 39 N.
Revival Outreach Center:
225 N. Dover Rd, 681-2250
Kingdom Hall: '
3202 N. Maryland Ave, 752-3345
Church ofJesus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, 752-6364
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd,
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064

Wagoner Memorial:
2402 Mud Lake Rd, 752-7863

Calran' Chapel of Plant City:
2102 N. Park Rd, 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
W. McLin Ave.

Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffner Elementary School,
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. 764-0929
Create Lore Christian Center:
1109 N. Franklin Yt, 759-82'0
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E. Hlltsborough A.lre.
Unit Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St, 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worship
Center: U.S. 92 E
Holy Protection Ukrainian Orthodox
Church: 3820 Moores lake Rd,
Dover, 659-0123

Christian life Assembly:
3120 S. Miller Rd., 657-4802
Living Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. Evers SI, '59-0528
New Hope Worship Center:
803 W. Mahone' St. "5'-6123
New Life Temple Pentecostal Church
of God:
3301 Clemons Rd, 754-7088
Dover: Moore's Lake & Holiness
Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the Living God:
1102 Tyler St, 754-5840
Evangelical Plant Citv:
110' Charlie Griffin Rd, 759-9383
First Presbyterian Plant Cit':
404 W. Reynolds St. "52-V211
Walk with God Ministry:
15140 SR 574, Dover, 659-0930
Plant City: 2203 Strawberry Dr,
First: 103 W.Johnson Rd,
St. Mark United Church:
2914 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.,
Valrico, 685-0998
Cork: 4815 W Sam Allen Rd,
Dover First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415
First Plant City: 303 N. Evers St,

Grace: 1801 E. Cherry St,
Sunset Heights: Waller Dr,
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman Rd,
St. Luke: 809 E. Laura St,
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
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 *n
(Off 1-4, Exit 21 South)
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185

First United
Church of
Plant Cify
303 N. Evers Street
Downtown Plant City
acb.s trom Oty Hall parking lo
8:00 am Chapel Communion
9:00 am Contemporary Worship
In The Wesley Centre
10:00 am Sunday School
(Children Adult)
11:00 am Traditional Worship In
The Sanctuary
Youth Fellowship
Sunday '& WeednesdaN
vwwv thelottoniLne org
Dr Alan L. Beaver
Seruor Pastor
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors

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Eucharist service
St. Peter's Episcopal
Church, 302 Carey St., will
have an instructed Eucharist
service April 17 at 10:30 a.m.
This service is a special expla-
nation of the order and mean-
ing of the Episcopal Liturgy.
Call: 752-5061.

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. Call: Norm Blanton,

First Presbyterian
Learning Center
First Presbyterian Learning
Center, 404 W. Reynolds St., is
currently accepting registra-
tions for the 2005-06 preschool
year for ages 2 to 5.
The center also is enrolling
children ages 2 to 7 for its
summer program. Half-day or
full-day programs are avail-
Call: 752-6874.

Hope announces
summer schedule
Hope Lutheran Church,
2001 North Park Road, Plant


by Timothy J. Haught,
In the early days of our
country, graveyards were often
placed within the churchyard.
This positioning was based
on the notion that, the closer
you were to the church, the
better your chances of getting
to heaven. However, by the
beginning of the .nineteenth
century, the "garden cemetery
movement" began to- take
shape. The underlying feeling
was that the garden cemeter-
ies that replaced churchyards
were to be places where fami-
lies could visit their beloved
and picnic while the children
played. In some respects, this
notion survives to this very day,
in which cemeteries are regard-
ed as bucolic gardens where
people can go to visit with the
dead in a natural setting that
invites contemplation.
A funeral service is the cus-
tomary way to recognize death
and its finality. Funerals are
recognized rituals for the living
to show respect for the dead
and to help survivors begin the
grief process. For more infor-
mation about the services avail-
HOME, call (813) 717-9300.
Our home provides personal-
ized and meaningful services
to meet the personal desires
of all families. Whatever type
of service you desire, our staff
is available to assist you. We
are located at 708 Dr. Martin
Luther King Blvd. W. 448562

City, will begin their summer
worship schedule effective
May 1.
The schedule includes
Sunday worship at 9:15 a.m.
and Family Bible Hour at 10:
30 a.m. Classes available for
ages 2 through adult.
Call: 752-4622.

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
The class will be taught
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 Cinco de Mayo cel-
ebration April 29 at 5:30 p.m.
The Youth-In-Action
organization will host a special
dinner at the church in cele-
bration of the traditional May
5 holiday. A free-will offering
will be accepted; proceeds will
go to benefit the San Jose
Call: 752-6064.

Lillian M. Akers, 89, of Plant City died April
She was born in Alabama and moved here in
She was a plant nursery manager and was a
She is survived by a son, Jerry; two daugh-
ters, Carol Trujillo of Katy, Texas, and Betty
Giattina of Birmingham, Ala.; seven grandchil-
dren; and six great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Jerrell D. Alorda, 79, of Lithia died April 6.
He was born in Coffee County, Ala., and was
a longtime resident of Plant City.
He was a cigar maker.
He is survived by a son, Rudy E. of Fort
Meade; a daughter, Debra A. Johnson of Lake-
land; three brothers, Talamdge Stevens of
Georgia, Gillis Stevens of Alabama and John
Stevens of Plant City; three sisters, Edna
Blocker of Dover, Vonnie Brantley of Plant City
and Earlean Codwin of Alabama; 10 grandchil-
dren; and 11 great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Marjorie V. Baekey, 83, of Plant City died
April 4.
She was born in Haughton, Maine, and
moved here from North Carolina in 1981.
She worked at NBC and was a real estate
investor. She was a graduate of Fashion Insti-
tute of Technology, and was the designer of the
original dress for "Alice in Wonderland" in the
1960s. She attended Covenant Bible Church.
She is survived by a son, Jim Lane of Plant

City; and five grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Ruth Sparks Blanton, 77, of Plant City died
April 3.
She was born in Deering, Mo., and moved
here from Kenneth, Mo.
She was a homemaker and attended Plant
City Community Christian Church.
She is survived by two daughters, Betty Shef-
field and Sandra Easters, both of Plant City;
three brothers, Claude Sparks of California,
Jackie Sparks of Carwell, Mo., and David E.
Sparks of Paragould, Ark.; two sisters, Willie
Spaeth of Little Rock, Ark., and Jewel Campbell
of North Carolina; 11 grandchildren; and many
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Roland S. Chretien, 77, of Plant City died
April 5.
He was born in Lowell, Mass., and was a U.S.
Army veteran of World War II. He was a
member of Sacred Heart Church in Lawrence,
He is survived by his wife, Erna; two sons,
Gerald S. of Plant City and Roland S. of Hixon,
Tenn.; four grandchildren; and two great-
Central Florida Casket Store & Funeral
Chapel, Lakeland.

Hailey Michelle Commons, the infant
daughter of Charles and Michelle Commons of

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Styron, recently graduated
from the Cannon Crewman
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Marine Detachment, U.S.
Army Field Artillery School,
Fort Sill, Okla.
Styron is a 2004 graduate of
Durant High School.
He is the son of Deborah A.
and Kenneth L. Styron of Plant

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a 2003 graduate of Tampa Bay
Technical High School.
He is the grandson of JoAnn
and Fred Palmer and Betty
and Sandy Garrison, all of
Plant City.

Navy Seaman William R.
Wacaser recently completed
Navy basic training at Recruit
Training Command, Great
Lakes, I1.
Wacaser is a 1994 graduate
of Plant City High School. He
is the son of Vicki E. Lay of
Plant City.

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S. Wilhelm recently completed
basic training at Marine Corps
Recruit Depot, Parris Island,
Wilhelm is a 2004 graduate
of Durant High School.
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Club members
present the club's
beautification award
to homeowners
Lynda and Jon
Blackwell of 2307
Walden Place North.
The award is pres-
ented monthly to a
_. well-landscaped
yard in the Plant City
area. Top row, from
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are, Liz Miller and
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Photo courtesy the Garden Club

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the county commissioners in Tampa for many
and their caregivers. years.
board books, rhymes, The letter is in reference to my March 10
ameard books, rhymes, column on the Plant City train mural.
ames and quality time "Dear Betty, Grace and I really enjoyed your
he 20-minute session. article. Some very wonderful people were in
dler Time Tuesdays the background, especially the Vernons, Roy
a.m. for children 15 Thacker and the county commissioners. We
to 2 1/2 years and had to raise $5,000 in a hurry to get Art Train.
regivers. Grace had a 30-minute speech to give the
Is s county commissioners. After two minutes,
Woody Liles (then county attorney) said,
S'Shut-up Grace, sit down so they can vote!' If
her, orn a you remember, we got Nancy Ford to handle
publicity and we won a national prize and got
pril 2005 an artist-in-residence. Guess who? Grace is 90
years old and I'll be 90 in October. We live in a
ir Middle School retirement community in Asheville after 18
e ool years in Franklin, N.C. Together you have
ridaFoundation.org affected many lives as well as the community
S~--. .. -as a whQte..ArtTrain was a good thing."
iblljnton Mutual This columnist must add that had Plant City
4550 not been full of so many friendly and special
.ir people, we would not have made our home
here for 31 years.

Animal behavior
I love animal stories.
Thank you Patand.ftf "ffi ofWalden
Lake for sending me the picture of your
strawberry-lovin' cat, Suki, on the kitchen ,
counter in the middle of a flat of berries. It. .
brought back memories of my vegetable-lovin'
dogs, Vizslas, or Hungarian pointers.
One day I came home to find a dozen fresh
tomatoes had vanished off the kitchen counter
and Percy was acting awfully guilty. Another

time, I was missing one ear of corn that had
just been freshly shucked. I looked at Patter-
son there was a tiny speck of something
hanging out of his mouth. Yep, he had the
whole ear of corn in his mouth and was happy
to give it up as he acted like he really didn't
know what to do with it.

On the hunt
I heard Andy and Matthew Bender went
hunting in Taylor County and Andy shot a
turkey gobbler with a 9-inch beard. Shelby did
. not put out candles when they came home this
time, but she did put out balloons.
Send me news and pictures of your big
Restorative meal
Tomlin Middle School is hosting a Outback
Steakhouse dinner fundraiser to benefit the
school's auditorium restoration. The dinnW
will be April 21 from 5 to 7p.m. in the .4te-
ria. Tickets are $10. There will be drawingsIfbr
themed gifts, such as "Spa Treatment" aid
"Movie Night." Tickets for the drawings are $1
each. Call Cindy Evans at 752-4440 for
information or tickets, or pick them up at
Tomlin's office.
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Dover, died April 3.
She is survived by her parents.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Robert L. Fair, 56, of Seffner died
March 30. He was born in Madison
County, Ind.
He is survived by his companion,
David Kessler; and his loving family
and friends in Florida and Indiana.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Robert H. Gebert, 82, of Plant City
died March 30.
He was born in Pierceton,-Ind., and
moved here from Fort Wayne, Ind., in
He was retired from the U.S. Air
Force and a member of the Air Force
Sergeants Association at MacDill Air
Force Base. .
He attended First United Methodist
Church of Plant City.
He is survived by his wife, Joan; a
daughter, Dianne Miller of Springfield,
Mo.; two grandchildren; and two
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Anita W. Hill, 63, of Plant City, died
April 2.
She is survived by two sons, Andy
Hamilton and Jay Hamilton; one
daughter, Brenda Paul; her parents,

Wesley and Wanda Douglas; a sister,
Nancy Burtz; three grandchildren; and
two great-grandchildren.
Abbey Affordable, Largo.

Terrie L. Miller, 57, of Dover died
March 28.
She was born in Pasadena, Calif.,
and was a homemaker.
She was a lifelong Christian and a
member of First Baptist Church of
Dover; a member of CMA; a member of
the Order of the Eastern Star; and par-
ticipated in the American Public Work
She is survived by .her husband,
Barry; two sons, Matthew and Luke;
two daughters, Laura and Elizabeth; a
stepson, Mark; a brother, Val; a sister,
Heidi; and six grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Dorothy J. Morris, 73, of Riverview
died April 1. She was born in Quincy
and moved to Riverview 20 years ago.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by her loving family.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Ronald L. Morris, 67, of Plant City
died Feb. 21.
He was born in Lima, Ohio, and was
a longtime resident of Plant City.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran of the
VietnamWar, receivingthe Presidential
Unit Citation Ribbon, the Vietnam
- Gallantry Cross, the Vietnam Service
Medal, the Vietnam Campaign Medal,

five Good Conduct awards, the Navy
Unit Commendation Ribbon; the
National Defense Service Medal and
his Gold Wings.
He was a warehouse manager for
Vistar V.S.A. and retired after 18 years
of service.
He is survived by his wife, Bess; a
son, Eric of Tampa; a daughter, Patti
Wheelus of Plant City; and four grand-
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Thomas L. Rhoton, 60, of Lithia died
April 3.
He was a longtime resident of Lithia
and a welder.
He served in the U.S. Naval Reserve
during the Vietnam War.
He is survived by two sons, Greg and
Thomas L. Jr.; a daughter, Constance
L. Buttorff; three brothers; three sis-
ters; and six grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Jacquelyn T. Rollyson, 68, of Plant
City died April 2.
She was a lifelong resident of Plant
City and for 39 years was a guidance
counselor for the Hillsborough County
School District.
She was a member of First Baptist
Church of Plant City.
She is survived by her husband,
Martin; two sons, Keith and wife
Donna and Kenny and wife Deanna; a
daughter, Anne; a sister, Beth Hull; and
five grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Donald R. Yoho, 84, of Plant City
died April 4. He was born in Beaver
Falls, Pa., and moved to Hillsborough
County in 1947.
He was a U.S. Army veteran of World
War II where he served as a lieutenant
in Italy. He was awarded the Bronze
Star. He retired in .1985 as a director of
program and development with
Supportive Services and since then
worked as a self-employed retirement
planning agent.
He received a master's degree from
Pennsylvania State University, and
served as- a teacher at Tomlin Junior
High School and assistant coach at
Plant City High School in 1947. He
went on to become principal of Jack-
son Elementary School, Tomlin Junior
High School, Plant City High School,
Mann Junior High School, Chamber-
lain High School and Franklin Junior
High School.
Was active in the Hillsborough Asso-
ciation of School Administrators, the
Plant City Lions Club, the Brandon
Rotary Club, the North Hillsborough
Rotary Club and the Gulf Ridge Council
of the Boy Scouts of America.
He was a member of the Penn State
Alumni Chapter of Greater Tampa, the
Florida Retired Teachers Association
and the Plant City Historical Society.
He is survived by his wife, Inez; two
sons, Monty of Branson, Mo., and Col.
Dr. Donald R. of San Antonio, Texas; a
daughter, Susan Lipford of Plant City;
two grandchildren; and a great-grand-
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Hawthorne Files Suit Over Collins Street Land Deal

David Hawthorne has filed a lawsuit
to seal the deal he struck over a parcel
of land involved in the recent fire that
burned a hole in the historic district.
The suit alleges that Harold "Denny"
Spurlock has failed to meet his end of
the bargain that had him selling the
parcel, which is at Collins Street and
Martin Luther King Boulevard, to Haw-
thorne for $240,000.
The suit is asking a judge to force
Spurlock to close on the deal under the
terms of the original contract and seeks
$100,000 in damages, plus legal fees.
The deal was supposed to close "on
or about March 31," the suit says.
Instead, the suit states that Spurlock
failed to appear at the scheduled clos-
ing and has made demands that are
"contrary to" the written contract
drawn up in early March.
According to the suit filed in Tam-
pa's 13th Circuit Court, Hawthorne
and Plant City businessman Ed Verner
entered into an agreement that would
have Hawthorne use a loan from

Verner to purchase the property in
order to save a historic mural painted
by artist John Briggs on one of the walls
that survived the Feb. 21 fire. The blaze
burned five businesses, including
Hawthorne's Olde Village Shoppes,
which is adjacent to the Spurlock
Spurlock was ready to tear the wall
down and a demolition crew was on
site. After it appeared talks had broken
down, a last-minute deal was struck
with city Commissioner John Dicks
Verner was to -loan Hawthorne
$120,000 for the deal, which would
provide the $38,000 cash needed 1to
close on the 10,000-square-foot
property, stabilize and preserve the
mural and come up with plans for the
property's redevelopment, according
to the suit. The loan would be secured
with a lien on the property, which the
suit states was permitted in the terms
of the original contract.
But Spurlock is requiring that his
mortgage be subordinated only to a
state or national bank or savings and
loan institution and only for funds
needed to build on the property, the
suit says. That would prevent Haw-
thorne from using Verner's loan for the

Spurlock also asked for individual
guarantees from both Hawthorne and
Verner, which also was not part of the
initial contract, according to the suit.
Hawthorne declined to comment on
the suit. His attorney, John K. Olson of
Tampa, didn't return a phone call for
Neither Spurlock nor his attorney,
Bruce Sperry of Plant City, returned
calls for comment.
. Hawthorne already has some pre-
liminary plans for the 12,000-square-
foot parcel he already owns. Plans call
for a three-story building with retail on
the first floor and residential space on
the top two floors. He has said that he
is considering expanding those plans
to the Spurlock property.
Property in the:historic district typi-
cally goes for $7 to $12 per square foot,
making the amount Hawthorne agreed
to pay considerably more than market
value, but Verner said the property's
potential, coupled with the intrinsic
value of the Briggs mural, make Haw-
thorne's purchase a sound one.
"I hope he gets it," Verner said. "He
has a large interest in that whole block
and has proven he cares about reno-
vating things downtown. He has expe-
rience and I think he would be able to
generate something good."

Hair Today, Gone To A Good Cause Tomorrow

Someday soon a cancer patient who
has lost hair due to chemotherapy will
be wearing a hairpiece provided by
Holly Stein, the 2005 Miss Heart .of
Plant City Scholarship Pageant winner.
Stein, long hair and all, won the Plant
City Pageant on April 2 and became
qualified for the Miss Florida pageant
to be held in Miami at the end of June.
On April I Stein, her mother, Cathy,
-and several family friends met at hair-
-stylist Joyce Fomero's in-home beauty
salon to, in effect, tie the knot and
then cut it.
/ m

I Fomero combed Holly's dark-brown
hair out to its full length, secured both
ends of the target area in rubber bands,"
tied a knot just below where the scis-
sors would be applied, and then made
the cut..
Before the shears were applied Hol-
ly's hair measured 17 inches long from
the nape of the neck to just a few inches
above her waistline.
"That was the longest it has ever
been," Stein said. "It has been a-long
time since I have cut it. But this is the
right time and the right reason to get it
Locks of Love, a support group pro-
viding human hairpieces for cancer
patients around the country, requires
the cut hair to be a minimum of 10
See HAIR, Page 17

Holly Stein holds the foot long
ponytail she gave up for the Locks of
Love program.

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Local and federal agents joined
forces recently as part of an effort
to crack down on drug and gang
activity on the east side of the
On March 31, the Plant City
Police Department's street crimes
unit completed a three-month
investigation dubbed "Operation
Agents from the federal Immi-
gration and Customs Enforce-
ment agency used a helicopter to
light up the area near Coronet
Road and Alabama Street about 9:
30 p.m. as Plant City police and
federal agents served search war-
rants at the Right Price Restau-
A business at- that location,
Munchez, was the specific target
of those search warrants, city offi-
cials said. Three arrests were
made that night, two for immigra-
tion violations, and one for a nar-
cotics violation, said Police Chief
Bill McDaniel.
In all, the investigation netted
50 arrests for narcotics-related
crimes, 10 gang-related arrests
and the seizure of $25,000 worth
of narcotics, property and cur-
rency. There also were 100 gang
member contacts. Suspects face
bail totaling more $750,000, offi-
cials said.
"This is another in an ongoing
series of investigations being con-
ducted to address drug and gang
activities," McDaniel said. "Immi-
gration was brought on board
because we knew that some of the
suspects were from Caribbean
countries and they were possibly
here illegally."
The names of those arrested
were not available at The Courier

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cles. The motorcycle squad
has been using the site to
practice their skills for more
than a year.

Point of contact
Fred Cropper, a Verizon 911
sales engineer, Lisa Hale, a
Verizon specialist, Karen
McKinney, a subcontractor
with Plant Equipment of Balti-
more, and others were on
hand Tuesday to ring in the
new communications system.
"This is the same system
being used by the Hills-
borough County Sheriffs
Office and the St. Petersburg
Police Department," Cropper
said. "It is state of the art and
is comparable to the systems
used in many of the police
departments in this part of
"Large municipalities such
as Los Angelesuse the same
system," McKinney said. "This.
system will be more than ade-
quate for years to come."
McDaniel said that he and
Cropper-have worked together
on the installation of commu-
nication systems in the past.
"Fred and I worked together
on the old comm center,"
McDaniel. said. "That was
back in 1995, when I was a
captain with the police force
in charge of communications.
This is also the fourth 911
system that Fred and I have
been involved in the installa-
"To me the communication

center is the most important DIGEST
single point of contact that we I E
have with the public," McDa-
niel said. "Last. year we han- Continued From Page 4
died 96,000 calls. Over 95 Up On The Roof
percent of those calls came f
through our phone lines. But Kerrie Gafford hit the roof last week.
the communication technol- It wasn't because one of her 600 employees
ogy has made a quantum leap put too low of a price on the produce on the,
in technology during the last Wal-Mart Supercenter, where Gafford is
few years. This comm center manager.
will help us to track and make Instead, Gafford and two of her assistant
a detailed record of all incom- managers climbed the ladder to the roof, which
ing calls." is the size of two football fields, and stationed
McDaniel noted that the themselves at the edge over the parking lot to
main department phone raise money for the American Cancer Society's
number remains 757-9200, Relay for Life, slated for April 15-16 at Plant
and that the anonymous tips City High School.
line is still 754-8477. "Get me off the roof, I can't come down 'till
Calls going to the commu- we raise a thousand," Gafford yelled to cus-
nications center on Tuesday tomers entering and exiting the store, eliciting
were not without problems. a few puzzled looks. Down below, Wal-Mart
Hopefully any problems will employees donating their time explained the
be ironed out within a few fundraising effort and manned a collection
days, officials said. bucket on the sidewalk. Gafford would period-
"It will take us some time to ically pull up the bucket, which was tied to a
get settled in," McDaniel said. string, and deposit the donations in an enve-
"But this facility will serve the lope.
city well for years to come." Gafford and assistant managers Margaret
Visitors to the new police Hill and Tim.Duffy didn't come down until
station will find that most of they raised $1,000. It took them three hours
their needs will be attended to and 40 minutes to.raise $1,087.90.
without them actually enter- A former assistant manager at the Plant City
ing the secured area, McDa- store and a Plant City resident, Gafford went on
niel said. Public parking will to work at several other locations in the Tampa
be left of the driveway as visi- Bay area before returning to-Plant City to take
tors enter the site, McDaniel over the manager position Feb. 12.
said. The first thing she did, she said, was form a
A welcome center will be Relay for Life committee. Store employees will
manned to greet visitors, and take part in this year's event with a team called
records and other services can the Wally World Walkers.
be acquired without entering Gafford's grandmother is a cancer survivor.
the main building. "I used my personal story as a conduit to get
"We will make the visitors' (employees) to give their time and energy to a
experience as efficient as pos- good cause," Gafford said in between shouts to
sible; McDaniel said. "But I'm the parking lot.
sure that it will take a little She commended her employees for giving
time to get up tofull speed.' their time and thanked her customers for

TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
Plant City Wal-Mart manager Kerrie Gafford
yells down to passersby from the roof of the
store last week. Gafford and two of her
assistant managers stayed on the roof until they
raised $1,000 for the upcoming Relay for Life.

opening their wallet.
So did she learn anything by spending four
hours on the roof of her store?
"I learned the Plant City community is very
generous," she said, laughing. "We appreciate
their support."
Tony Marrero.

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Durant, plans a churchwide
spring cleaning yard sale April
16 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Call: 737-2556.

Cleanup event
Keep Hillsborough County
Beautiful needs volunteers for
its 12th annual Great Ameri-
can Cleanup slated for April
16. The event takes place from
8:30 a.m. to noon at locations
throughout Hillsborough
County. The closest location
to Plant City is Alafia River
State Park, 14502 C.R. 39 S.
Call: 960-5121.

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.
Call: 689-2981 or 659-2650.

Charity golf tournament
The 4th annual charity golf
tournament to benefit Adam
Alexander of Plant City is set
for April 16 at Cherry's Sum-
merfield Crossings Golf Club.

Check in at 11:30 a.m.; shot-
gun start at 1 p.m.
Cancer of the spinal column
has left Alexander in a wheel-
Call: 610-6800.

'Alice in Wonderland'
Ms. Dixie's Aurora Music &
Performing Arts will present
"Alice in Wonderland" April 16
at Durant High School, 4748
Cougar Path. Matinee will be
at 2 p.m. and evening show at

Springhead School reunion
The annual Springhead
Strawberry School reunion is
set for April 16 in the school
lunchroom, 3208 S. Nesmith
Arrive at 2 p.m. for fellow-
ship; a covered-dish dinner
will be served at 4:30.
Call: 752-3048 or 707-9509.

Golf tournament
The fifth annual Cherry's
Charity Golf Outing will take
place April 16 at Walden Lake
Golf and Country Club.
Proceeds will benefit the
Floyd Kenny Kelly Foundation
and the Redland Christian
Migrant Association.
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imminent growth will place on the
city, he said.
"We will have to watch to make sure
the type of growth we have is well
managed and that we make sure to
keep the Plant City hometown feel,"
he said. .
An active member of First Baptist
Church and longtime community vol-
unteer, Brown said he is
familiar with several
members of city staff -
for example, hIe knows
community. develop-
ment director Jim
McDaniel through the
Kiwanis Club.
Sykes Brown said Sykes
called to congratulate
him as soon as the results were in. He
said he was pleased that the race saw
"one of the cleanest campaigns" the
city has had in a while.
Though he expected a relatively
close race, Brown said, "I'm a little sur-
prised she got as many votes as she
did. She did 100 votes better than I
thought she would."
"She certainly was working it," he
said. -

'4ll try again'
Sykes said she was pleased with her
results and thanked those who came
out to vote.
Though it was tough to lose by a

Robert Brown
Born: Washington, D.C.; 45 years old.
Education: bachelor's degree in accounting
from the University of South Florida.
Employed: executive vice president, trea-
surer Sunshine State Federal Savings and Loan.
Family: wife, Wendy; children, Andrew, 21,
Pamela, 19. Lives in Walden Lake.
Service: past chairman, Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce; member. Plant City
Kiwanis Club: member, First Baptist Church
Finance Committee.
Political experience: worked on Commis-
sioner Rick Lott's campaign and on Rich Glori-
oso's successful bid for the District 62 seat of
the Florida House of Representatives.

close margin, she said that the 'race
was further encouragement for her to
give it another go.
"I'll try again," she said.
Sykes, 41, said she "learned a lot"
from this, her second campaign. She
placed third in last year's three-way
race against Marsha Passmore, a
former city commissioner, and Plant
City businessman Rick Lott, who went
on to take the seat in a runoff.
Sykes, operations and management
consultant for education and training
for the Department of Children ,and
Families, took several days off from
work to go to door to door.
She knows now that's not enough,
she said. Brown raised more than 10
times the $1,000 she spent on her cam-

"One of the things I learned is that I
have to do the fundraisers to com-
pete," she said, adding it won't be easy
for her to spend the cash. "It just seems
like a waste of money that I could be
spending on some child.".
Still, what Sykes called a
disappointing turnout was a factor,
she said.
"Voters don't see what's in it for
them, and people bank on that apathy
to win. They can have a core group of
(supporters) and win the race," she
During the campaign, Sykes said
she saw herself as an alternative to
what she said is a tendency in Plant
City politics to anoint the chosen can-
didate from Plant City's business elite.
"No. candidate should be taken for
granted, no matter what their back-
ground is," she said.
Her term as vice president of the
Improvement League of- Plant City
ends in two years, and she also serves
on the city's Code Enforcement Board,
but she said she would be looking at
other ways to get involved in the com-
, "I feel you can have a voice whether
you're on the commission or not, andI
would like to develop that voice,"
Sykes said.
She said she is not sure when she
would make another bid for the city
commission. She prefers to run for a
vacant seat, rather then go up against
an incumbent, she said.
"But you never know," she said.


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inches long. Fomero cut a piece of
Holly's that was more than 12 inches
long, still leaving the pageant winner
with shoulder-length hair.
"Joyce has been cutting Holly's hair
for the last 11 years," Cathy Stein said.
"She has styled and cut hair for every-
one in our family."
But this cut is more than a little
special, both Holly and Cathy said.
"Human hair is much lighter and
more comfortable for cancer patients
than synthetic hair," Holly Stein said.,
"I am incredibly thrilled to think that
someone will soon be wearing a hair-
piece that I helped provide for them. I
would love to meet them and see the
final result."
Almost every family knows people
who have been touched in some way
by cancer. And with the Relay For Life
being held April 15-16 the timing of
Holly's contribution seems appropri-
All the members of Shiloh Baptist
Church know Shari Rournds, Stein
said. Rounds, the leader in Stein's sign
language group at the church, lost her
hair following chemotherapy.:
"She never wore a wig. She wore
hats and scarves. Stein said; "Now
she is doing better and her hair is
growing back. I like to think that I can
help someone feel more comfortable
as they recover."

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Another big event has been
added to the growing schedule
at the Randy L. Larson Softball
Fourplex and this one is here
for a while.
Last week, the National
Junior College Athletic Associ-
ation announced that its Divi-
sion I softball championship
will be staged in Plant City for
three years, beginning in May
Plant City Stadium and the
four other fields at the complex
will certainly be put to use,
since 16 schools play out the
three-day NJCAA champion-
ships. The decision to move
the event came out of the
NJCAA's 64th annual meeting,
which concluded Saturday in
Charlotte, N.C.
The softball event has been
conducted in Clermont the
past three seasons, with the
last one finishing up there
next month. .

"The bid process was
competitive, no slam dunk by
any means, but we got it," said
Bruce Wawrzyniak, the direc-
tor of communications for the
International Softball
Federation, which is housed at
the Larson Complex.
Clermont also bid on the
2006-08 rights along with
Panama City. Wawrzyniak
said the fact that the three bid-
ders were all Florida cities was
just a "fluke" and that cer-
tainly the tournament will
draw people from other areas.
The NJCAA has 24 regions
from which the 16 schools will
be drawn.
Last year, the state of Flor-
ida had two of the top three
seeds, No. 1 Indian River
Community College and No. 3
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege, but it was second-seeded
Pima Community College
from Arizona that won the
championship in stunning
fashion, winning its final four
games on the last day of the
double-elimination event all
four wins by shutout.

The exact dates for Plant
City's first chance to host have
yet to be announced.
NJCAA Associate Executive
Director Mary Ellen Leicht
said she is "excited about the
opportunity to showcase our
student-athletes within a
venue as impressive as Plant
City Stadium," and she praised
the fact "the staff of the ISF has
proven they can host tourna-
ments on the international
Six months ago, Plant City
hosted the first World Univer-
sity Softball Championship,
with athletes from eight differ-
ent countries including some
who had just played in the
Olympics competing.
Of the 35 Olympic sports,
softball is the only one whose
international federation has
its world headquarters in the
United States.
The NJCAA is the national
governing body of 15 men's
and 12 women's sports across
three divisions and hosts 50
national championships each

Baseball Teams

Jockey For Position

Though not afraid of
anyone, there's no shame
that the Durant baseball
team would rather not play
Sarasota at least not until
the Class 6A-District 6 final.
Who in their right mind
WOULD want to play
Sarasota right now?
Sarasota is, well, it's the
best team in the state. In
baseball, a sport where there
are so many games it's
almost impossible for even
the best teams to go
unbeaten, the Sailors are 18-
0. A "must-win" situation
against the Sailors, if it can
be avoided, is the way to go
and that's why this week is
critically important to the
other teams in the district.
Whichever clubs finish in
second and third do not
have to worry about playing
Sarasota until the district
final. The two finalists are
assured of a trip to the
postseason, and that's why
this week is so important.
Durant still had a shot at a
top-three finish, but needed
to win its last three district
games. Step one was accom-
plished last Friday night in
an entertaining 4-2 win over


Plant City. The Raiders only
have one win on the season,
but played a couple of tight
games last week, also
scoring three times in the
top of the seventh before
losing at Sarasota Riverview,
The Cougars' victory over
Plant City saw them bounce
back from.an 11-1 loss to
Sarasota (here's where I
again bring up the fact no
one wants to play the Sailors
if at allpossible) last week.
Later in that week, against
Bloomingdale, the Sailors
belted three home runs in
an 11-6 victory.
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Proposed Durant Fieldhouse SPORTSS5ORTS
5-on-5 hoops tourney
Nears Funding Goal The Plant City Black Heri-
tage Committee will host its

Right now, the proposed
field house for the Durant
High athletic programs is just
a field of dreams.
Donations have been
strong, but the school needs
more money in order to get
the structure, which would be
a vast improvement over the
Cougars' nonplaying field
That's why Durant is hold-
ing a fundraiser next month, a
golf tournament- that head
football coach Mike Gottman
announced this week.
The Durant High School
Alumni and Boosters Golf
Tournament is scheduled

forMay 7 at River Hills Coun-
try Club. Shotgun start time is
12:30 p.m.
Gottman has plenty of
incentive to see the field house
get completed, but it would
essentially house all of the
outdoor sports soccer, track
- and most importantly pro-
vide a real weight room at the
"What we have now for a
weight room is a joke, really,"
Gottman said. "It's a small
room that we can fit 20 people
in, maybe, at a time."
The current weight room is
fashioned out of a classroom
and located between the Cou-
gars gym and the locker
Since the football program
has more than 100 athletes
between the varsity and junior
varsity, many feel the field

house is a requirement. About
$46,000 has been raised so far,
and if that number gets up to
$50,000 the county school
board will match it.
In all, the building is
expected to cost in the
$150,000 to $175,000 range.
Entry into the golf tourna-
ment is $65 per person, and
hole sponsorships are avail-
-able at $150.
The building itself will not
take very long to lay down. It's
just a matter of getting the
funding, Gottman said. He
added that along with the
Cougar athletic teams that
would benefit from its use, the
physical education depart-
ment would be able to use it as
For more information, call
Gottman at the school, 757-

inaugural 5-on-5 Hoop It Up
Basketball Tournament May 7
at the Dr. Martin Luther King
Jr. Recreation Center, 1601 Dr.
MLK Blvd.
The tournament is for
males and females ages 16
and older.
Cost is $50 per team; rpsters
can have up to seven people.
Call: La'Tosha Lewis, 757-

Summer meeting
The city of Plant City will
hold its summer basketball
meeting April 20-at 6:30 p.m.
at the athletics office on Park
Call: 659-4200, Ext. 4302.

Dolphins open registration
The Plant City Dolphins
Youth Football and Cheerlead-

ing organization will hold
open registration for children
ages 5 to 15 April 23 from 9
a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Otis M.
Andrews Sports Complex,
2602 E. Cherry St.
Call: Buddy Bennett, 752-
7479, or visit www.plantcit-
Lancers coaches sought
The Plant City Lancers
soccer organization seeks
coaches for its under-9 boys
teams and its under-12 and
under-14 girls teams for the
2005-06 season.
Call: Chris, 299-2449.

Lancers tryouts
The. Plant City Lancers
soccer organization will hold
tryouts for its 2005-06 season
June 11 and 12.
Call: Chris Black, 299-2449.
To submit sports information
to The Courier, e-mail announce-
ments to rcone@mediageneral
.com or fax to 689-9545.

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On Tuesday, Durant was
set to play Riverview, then
tonight concludes its district
schedule at Sarasota River-

Softball parity
Unlike the baseball
situation, there really is no
"stay away from" team in
softball because it looks like
anyone can beat anyone

else. Last week, we told you
that Sarasota Riverview,
though a very strong club,
had been beaten 10-0 by
Sarasota. That 10-0 score is
the same that Sarasota
Riverview was able to take
Plant City by last Tuesday.
But then, three nights
later against a Durant team
that has beaten Sarasota Riv-
erview, of course the Raiders

won 5-2.
Samathan Waldron's triple
was the biggest hit of the
night and Mackenzie
Dawson got the complete-
game victory.
"After getting our butts
kicked by Sarasota River-
view, that was kind of a gut
check," said Raiders coach
Heidi Buchanan. "We came
out against Durant and

everybody hit, everybody
played well, no errors. That's
the way I feel we were going
to play the whole year. I feel
so much better."
Buchanan this week
finalized plans to move the
district tournament to Plant
City Stadium.
Bloomingdale led the
district coming into this final
week after beating Sarasota.

Tourney time
And believe it or not,
district tournament action
actually begins in less than a
week when the Class 4A-
District 6 track meet starts at
Gaither. The Raiders and
Cougars will be joined by
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CITY COMMISSION OF THE failed to show by compe- (15)minutes. Section 2. The City Com- Notice and Order of Con- tion in order to participate Disabilities Act any person TWO YEARS OR MORE
CITYOFPLANTCITY FLOR- tentevidence,thatthesaid SECTION 1. As required by mission will hold a public demnation was served in in this meeting should call with a disability requiring AFTER THE DECEDENTS
IDA, SUSTAINING AND AF- building or structure does Section 166.041, Florida hearing in relation thereto, accordance with Section the City Clerk at reasonable accommoda- DATEOFDEATHISBARRED.
FIRMING THE NOTICE AND not constitute a nuisance Statutes, and other appli- SECTIONSThis resolution at which time Ruby E. 78-724 Plant City Code on 813-659-4200 at least 48 tion in order to participate
ORDER OF CONDEMNA- as defined in said chapter cable law, the City Com- as notice of the proposed Knighten, owners) of said Rosie Forte, the owner of hours prior to the public In this meeting should call
TION AFFECTING THE or that a constitutional mission of the City of Plant enactment of said ordi- property, shall have an op- said premises; and hearing, the City Clerk at The date of first publica-
PROPERTY LOCATED AT righthasbeenviolated. City, Florida, does hereby nanceshallbepublishedin portunity to show cause 813-659-4200 at least 48 tion of this notice is April
913 W.WARRENSTREET. givenoticeoftheproposed the Courier, issue of APRIL why such demolition and WHEREAS, said owner of Adopted by the City Com- hours prior to the public 14,2005.
Section 3. That the Notice enactment of an ordinance 14,2005. removal should not be or- said premises has failed to mission on April 11, 2005. hearing.
WHEREAS, in accordance and Order of Condemna- entitled,and the substance dered on May 9, 2005, at comply withorappeal from JohnK.Vreeland
with Chapter 78, Article IX, tion issued by the Building ofwhichis: Adopted by the City Com- 7:30 p.m. or as soon there- such order within the time Michael S.Sparkman Attorney.for Personal Rep-
Plant City Code the Build- Inspector of the City of mission on April 11,2005. after as the matter may be therein fixed, and the mat- Mayor-Commissioner Section4. Theproposed or- resentative
ing Inspector of the City of Plant City on December 29 ANORDINANCEAMENDING heard, in the Sadye Gibbs ter has thereupon been re- finance may De inspected Florida Bar NO.139668
Plant Cty did on December 2004, is hereby sustained THE DISTRICT BOUNDAR- MichaelS.Sparkman Martin Auditorium of the ferred to this CityCommis- ATTEST: bythepublicattheofficeof GRAY ROBINSON, P.A.
29,2004 issueaNoticeand and affirmed, and that the IESOFTHEZONINGMAPOF Mayor-Commissioner Nettie BerryDraughonMu- sion;nowtherefore the City ClerkattheNettie PostOffice Box3
Order of Condemnation af- said owners) shall have PLANT CITY FLORIDA, AS nicipal Building, 302 West Virginia L Helper Berry raughon Municipal Lakeland, Fl 33802-0003
fecting the premises here- thirty (30) days from the ENACTEDBYCHAPTER 102 ATTEST: Reynolds Street (City Hall), BE IT RESOLVED BY THE City Clerk Building, 302 West Reyn- Telephone: 863-284-2200
inafter described, which dateofthisresolutionwith- PLANT CITY CODE SO AS PlantCity, Florida. CITY COMMISSION OF THE oldsStreet,PlantCity, Flor-
Notice and Order of Con- in which to comply with TO CHANGE THE ZONING Virginia L Helper CITYOFPLANTCITY, FLOR- Approved as to form and ida. SHIRLEYN.HYDE
demnation was served in said notice and order. That CLASSIFICATION OFA PAR- City Clerk Section 3. That the City IDA: correctness:. PersonalRepresentative
accordance with Section upon failure of Rosa Robin- CEL OF LAND LOCATED Clerk shall forthwith fur- Section 5. This resolution, 4304E. KnightsGriffin Road
78-724, Plant City Code on son Oscar Robinson, Jr., EAST OF MUDLAKE ROAD, Approved as to.form and nish a copy of this resolu- Section 1. That upon the Kenneth W. Buchman as notice of the proposed Plant City, Florda33565
Rosa Robinson, Oscar Rob- and Evelyn Thompson- SOUTH OF CHARLIE GRIF- correctness: tion by certified mail to Ru- failure of Rosie Forte, own- City Attorney enactment of said ordi-
inson, Jr., and. Evelyn .Washingtoncomp with FIN ROAD AND NORTH OF by E. Knighten 302 S. er of the premises de- nance,shallbepublishedin NO:9152 4/14;21/2005
Thompson-Washington, said no ce and orderwith- JOHNSON ROAD FROM Kenneth W.Buchman Franklin Street, Plant City, scribed as: NO:9154 4/14/2005 the Courier, issue of April IN THE CIRCUiT COURT OF
the owners of said premis- in said time the City Man- COUNTY AS-1 AGRICUL- City Attorney Florida33563. 14,2005. THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
es;and ager shall hereuponn de- TURE SINGLE FAMILY DIS- Lot 6 and 7, Block 2, Ala- RESOLUTION NO.93-2005 b eCIRCUIT IN AND FOR
molish and remove such TRICT TO R-1A SINGLE NO:9142 4/14/2005 Section 4. A copy of this bama Subdivision, accord- Adopted by the Cit Con- IRiTUGN COUNTYD
WHEREAS, said owner of buildingor structurebyin- FAMILY DWELLLING DIS- resolution shall be posted ing to the map or plat A RESOLUTION PROVIDING mission on April 11, 2005. FLORID H COUNTY,
said premises has failed to dependent contractor sub- TRICT. RESOLUTION NO.89-2005 on the property located at thereof as recorded in Plat NOTICE OF PROPOSED EN-
complywithorappealfrom mitting thelowest and best 302 S. Franklin Street. Book 30, Page 97 of the ACTMENT OF AN ORDI- Michael S.Sparkman caseNo:04017940
such order within the time bid threor, and the costs SECTION 2. The proposed A RESOLUTION DECLARING Public Records of Hillsbor- NANCE BY THE CITY COM- Mayor-Commissioner Division:A
therein fixed, and the mat- therof shall be reported to enactment of said ordi- INTENTION OF THE CITY Section 5. The City Clerk ough County, Florida, MISSION OF THE CITY OF ST- ivisionA
terwasthereupon referred theCityCommissionforas- nance, following second COMMISSION OF THE CITY shall publish a copy of this PLANT CITY, FLORIDA, AS ATTEST: CISNERO MARYJ.
to this City Commission; sessment against the real reading, shall be consid- OF PLANT CITY TO ORDER resolution in the Courier, to demolish and remove REUIRED Y SECTION .. Petitioner
and property upon which such ered by the City Commis- AND DIRECT DEMOLITION issue of April 14,2005. the buildings or structures 16.041, FLORIDA STAT- Virginia L Helper and
costs were incurred. son upon the conclusion of AND REMOVAL OF BUILD- thereon in compliance with UTES, AND OTHER APPL- City Clerk CISNERO,TIODOSO IV
WHEREAS this City Corn- the public hearing provid- ING OR STRUCTURES ON Section 6. All persons are the Notice and Order of ABLAW R ondent
mission afforded the op- Section 4 That the City ed in Section 4 hereof. PRPERTY LOCATED AT advised that if a person de- Condemnation of the Build- Approved as to form and esp
portunity to Rosa Robin- Clerk shall forthwith fur- 302 S. FRANKLIN STREET cides to appeal any deci- ing Inspector of the City of WHEREAS, this City Corn- correctness: NOTICE OF A ACTION FOR
son Oscar Robinson, Jr., nish a copy of this resolu- SECTION3.The proposed or- AND FIXING A DATE AN sionmade bytheCityCom- Plant City dated January mission has on this date DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
and Evelyn Thompson- tionbycerifiedmailtoRo- finance may be inspected TIME FOR HEARING PRO- mission witn respects to 31,2005,orto apealthere- read for the first reading Kenneth W. Buchman RIAGE
Washingttoo show cause sa Roinson 809W.War- bythepublicattheofficeof VIDINGTHEOWNERANOP- any matter considered at from, the City Commission the proposed ordinance City Attorney
why such demolition and renStreet Plant CityFlori- the C Clerk at the Nettie PORTUNITY TO SHOW such meeting, he will need does hereby declare its in- hereinafter referred to: N .a. TO: TIODOSO CISNERO IV
removal should not be or- da 33563; Oscar Robinson, Ber grauhon Municital CAUSE AS TO REASONS, IF a record of he proceed- tention to order and direct nowtherefore NO:91 4/14/2005 last known address 11
dered on April 11 2005 in Jr., 8014 River Road, Live Builinq (City Hall), 302 ANY WHY SUCH DEMOU- wings, and for such purpose demolition and removal of Turtle Creek Dr At 110
the Sadye Gibbs martin Au- Oak Florida 32060; and West Reynolds Street, TIO AND REMOVAL hemayneedtoensurethat such buildings or struc- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE IN THE CIRCUIT COUURT Naples Dr, Apt F34110
ditoriumoftheNettie Berry Everyn Thompson-w.ash- PlantCity,Florida. SHOULDNOTBEORDERED. a verbatim record of the tureseitherwithcityforces CITY COMMISSION OF THE FOR HILLSBOROUGH
Draughon Municial Build- ington, 4054 Homestead proceedings is made, orby independentcontrac- CITYOFPLANTCITY,FLOR- COUNTY,FLORIDA YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
ing (ity Hall) in Plant City, Drive, Lakeland, Florida SECTION 4. The City Com- WHEREAS in accordance which record includes the tor submitting the lowest IDA: action has been filed
FLorida, and Rosa Robin- 33810-1908.. mission will hold public with Chapfer 78 Article IX testimony and evidence and best bid therefor, and File No.2005-400 against you and that you
son Oscar Robinson, Jr., hearing on said ordinance Plant City Code the Build upon whichtheappealisto assessing the coststhereof section 1. As required by are re uired to serve a
and Evelyn Thompson- Section 5. A copy of this at its meeting in theSadye ing sector ofthe Ciof be based, against the real property Section 166.041, Florida Division East-Probate copy o your written de-
Washington failed o ap- resolution shall be posted Gibbs Martin Auditiorium Plant Citydid on December upon. which such costs Statutes, and other appli- fees, ifny, toiton Mary
pear before this City Com- on the property located at oftheNettieBerry Draugh- 21 2004 issue a Notice and Section 7. In accordance were incurred. cable law, the City Co- INREESTATEOF J.Cisnerowhoseaddressis
mission on this date; and 913 West Warren Street on Municipal Bulding, 02 Order ofCondemnation af- with the Americans with mission Ctyh Plant 707 1st Ave N.E., Ruskin,
West Reynolds Street(City fecting the premises here- Disabilities A any person Section 2. The City Corn- Ct, Forldo es hereby JAMES EUGENE HYDE, Flnrioat33h A'eyt23oPn
WHEREAS, this City Co- Section 6. The City Clerk Hall), Plant City, Florida, on nafer described whichwith a disability requiring mission will hold a pubic it re A GENEHYDE lorda 3570, 23
mission had fully and care- shall publish a cop of this April 25, 2005, at 7:30 p.m., Notice and Order of Con- reasonable accommoda- hearing in relationthereto, enactment of an ordinance ase theorinal withtheclerk
fully considered allthe evi- resolution in the Courier, or as soon the er as the demnation was served in tion in order to participate at which time Rosie Forte, entitled: NOTICE TO CREDITORS of this Court at 800 E.
dence in this matter in- issue ofApril 14,2005. matter may be heard, at accordance with Section in this meeting should call owner of said prove Twis Street, Tama,
cluding the records of the which time interested par- 78-724 Plant City Code on the City Clerk at shall have an opportune AN ORDINANCE OF THE The administration of the Flo n 33602 (Room 1a
Building Inspector and be- Adopted by the City Com- ties and citizens may ap- Ruby EKnihten the own- 813-659-4200 at least 48 to show cause why sucn CITYOFPLANTCITY FLOR- estate of JAMES EUGENE before service on Petition
ing fuly advised in the mission on April 11,2005. pear and be heard with re- er(s ofsai *remises;'and hours prior to the public demolition and removal IDA, AMENDING CITY OF HYDE, deceased, whose erfor immediately thereaf-
premises, aspect tothe proposed ordi- hearing, should not be ordered on PLANT CITY ORDINANCE date of death was Decem- ter. if ou fall to do soa
Michael S.Sparkman nance. WHEREAS, said owner of May9,2005,at7:30p.m. or No 1-1990 AS AMENDED ber 19 2004; Fie Number deul may be entered
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE Mayor-Commissioner said premises has failed to Adopted by the City Corn- as soon thereafter as the AND APPROVING AN 2005-40 is pending in the against you for the relief
CITY COMMISSION OFTHE SECTION 5. All persons are complywithorappealfrom missiononApril 11,2005. mattermaybeheard, inthe AMENDMENT TO THE DE- Circuit Court for illsbor- d3,mand nthepetiton.
CITYOFPLANTCITY, FLOR- ATTEST: advised that if person de- suchorderwithinthe time SadyeGibbsMartin Auito- VELOPMENTORDERAPPU- ough County, Florida, Pro-
IDA: cides to appeal any dec- therein fixed and the mat- Michael S.Sparkman rium of the Nettle Berry CABLE TO THE GREGG bate Division, the address Copies of all court docu-
Virginia L Helper slon made theCity Com- ter has thereupon been re- Mayor-Commissioner Draughon Municipal Build- BUSINESS CENTER (CMI of which is P.O. Box 1110, ments n th ase includ-
Section 1.In accordance City Clerk mission with respects to ferred to this W tty Commis- ing, 302 West Reynolds PLANT CITY SITE) A DE- Tampa FLorida Inrdteler aavai at
with Chapter 78, Article IX, any matter considered at sion nowtherefore ATTEST: Street (City Hall), Plant VELOPMENTOFRE AL 3360 The names and et
Plant City COde, the City Approved as to form and such meeting, he will need City, Florida. IMPACT RESCINDING OR- addresses of the personal Court office. You ayre-
Commission hereby finds correctness: a record of theproceed- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE Virginia L. Helper DINANCENO.48-2004. representative antheper- viewthesedocumentsup-
that the building or struc- wings, and for such purpose CITY COMMISSION OFTHE City Clerk Section 3. That the City DINANCNO.48 sonal-representative s atheper- newtquesup-
heoproceed-hsona, representatives at- onsrefuest.
ture located on: Kenneth W.Buchman he may needtoensurethat CITYOFPLANTCITY, FLOR- Clerk shall forthwith fur- The proposed enactment tomey are.setforth below.
CityAttorney a veratim record of the IDA: Approved as to form and nish a copy of this resolu- of said ordinance, follow- Allcreditors ofthedece- You mst keep the Clerk of
Lot 5 and Lot 6 Madson proceedings s made, correctness: tion by certified mail to ing second reading, shall dent and other persons the Circuit Court's office
P threarorai themp N0:9144 4/14/2005 which record includes the Section 1. That upon the Rosie Lee Forte, 614 Short be considered by e City having claims or demands notifiedSofyourco ntad-
Srplatere reore testimony and evidence failure of RubyE.Knighten, Kenneth W. Buchman Street, Plant City, Fl 33563. Commission at its meeting against decedent's estate, dress. (ou may file Notice
in Plat Book 4, Page 48 RESOLUTION NO 94-2005 upon which the appeal isto owner of the premisesde City Attorney inthe SadyeGibbsMartin on whom a copy of this no- ofCurrentAd orida
Public Records of Hllrsbor- b e ased, scribed as: N 4 Section 4. A copy of this Auditiorium of the Nettie twice is required to be Supreme Court Aoroved
ough County, Florida, A RESOLUTION OF THE .1 .. N0:9153 4/14/2005 resolution shallbe posted Ber Draughon Municipal served, must file their Fa Lawo 915.)
CITY COMMISSION OFTHE SECTION 6. In accordance The North 25 Feet of West on the property located at Bulding, 32 West Reyn- claims with this court Fami aemtlslaw
is by reason of deteriora- CITYOFPLANTCITY FLOR- with the Americans with of Lot 2, Block 28, Plant RESOLUTIONNO.88-2005 606HtchcockStreet olds eet (City Hall WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 suit wie aed to e
tion, structural defects, IDA.OVIDINGNOiCEOF Disabilities Act any person City Warren's Survey as Plant City, Florida, on April MONTHS AFTER THE TIME address on record at the
and improper design, dan- PROPOSED ENACTMENT with a disability requiring recorded in Plat Book K, ARESOLUTION DECLARING Section 5.The City Clerk 25,2005,at7:30p.m., oras OF THE FIRST PUBLICA ersofle.
gerous to surrounding OF AN ORDINANCE BY THE reasonable accommoda- Page 315 of the Public Re- INTENTION OF THE CITY shall publish a copy of this soon thereafter as the mat- TIONOFTHISNOTICEOR30
building and the occu- CITY COMMISSION OF THE tion in order to participate cords of Hillsborough COMMISSION OF THE CITY resolution in the Courier, ter may be heard, at which DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF WARNING: Rule 12.285
pants tfiereof, a menaceto CITYOFPLANTCrTY FLOR- in this meeting should call County, Florida, OF PLANT CITY TO ORDER issueof April 14,2005. time interested parties and SERVICE OF A COPY OF Florida Family Law Rules of
public health, afire hazard, IDA. AS IREQED SEC- the City Clerk at AND DIRECT DEMOLITION citizens may appear and be THIS NOTICE ON THEM. Procedure, requires cer-
and unsafe soastorener TION 16641 FLORIDA 813-659-4200 at least 48 to demolish and remove AND REMOVAL OF BUILD- Section6. All persons are heard with respect to the THISNOTICEONTHEM. ti maticdisclosure
the use of public streets STAThUT ANDOTHERAP- hours prior to the public the buildings or structures INGS OR STRUCTURES ON advisedthatfapersde- proposed ordinance. All other creditors of the ofdocumentsandinforma-
dneunphsaroposeiordinance. All oteccedoreetofpdocumentsandinforma-
daerous, and that said PUCABLEW. hearing thereon in compliance with PROPERTY LOCATED AT esto al any eci- decedent and other per- tion. Failure to comply can
builing or structure is de- "the Notice and Order of 606 HITCHCOCK STREET, sion made theC -Com-" Section 2. All persons are sons having claims or de- result in sanctions, includ-
teriorated and defective to WHEREAS, this City Com- 7. At te pic Condemnation of the Build- AND FIXING A DATE AND mission wi respects to advised thatifa person de- mands against decedent's ingdismissalorstrcking of
such tt thecost mission has on this date SECTION 7. At the public ing InspectoroftheCitof TIME FOR HEARING PROr any matter considered at cides to appeal any decl- estate must file theory pleadings.
of restoration or reIT read for the first reading hearing referred in Section lant City dated Decemer VIDINGTHEOWNERANOP- suchmeetng he will need sionmade the CityCom- claims with this court
would exceed 50% the the roosed ordinance 1herein, all eaker shall 21,200 4,rtopealthere- PORTUNITY TO SHOW a record ofheproceed- mission wi respects to WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER Dated March24,2005
value of suchbuilding r hereafter referred to be limited to ree (3) min- from, the City commission CAUSE AS TO REASONS,F ngs, and forsuch purpose any matter considered at THE DATE OF THE FIRST
structure after such repair and utes,unlessthespeakerre- does hereby declare its in- ANY WHY SUCH DEMOU- he mayneed toensurethat such meeting he will need PUBLICATION OF THIS NO- PATFRANK
or restoration; and said quests the City CLerk for tention to order and direct TION AND REMOVAL a verbatim record of the a record of he proceed- TICE. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
building or structure is WHEREAS ,JPVnvesment,_ additional time no less demolition and removal of SHOUNOT ORDERED. proceedings is made, wings, and forsuch purpose COURT
thereby a nuisance as d Inc, a Florida Cooration than forteg (48) hours such building s or struc- which record includes the hema needtoensurethat ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
fine in Chater Article has initiated a change inri portosaidpubchearing. tureseitherw .cityforces WHEREAS in accordance testimony and evidence a verbatim record of the WITHINTHETIMEPERIODS BY: CynthlaMenendez
^IX Pat"y and5s the zoning map esgna n the een. speaker(s)re- orbyindependentcontrac- withChpter 78,ArticlelX, uponwhichtheappealisto proceedings is made, SET FORTH IN SECTION DeputClerk
su ttocon naoni tionofaparcelofland;now est add~iial time the tor submitting the lowest Plant City Code the Build- be based. which record includes the 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA r-
sions m w a e province, therefore amount of time to be al- assessin thecostsre o and ing insect orthe City ofSecto 7. In accordance testimony and evidence PROBATE CODE WILL BE No006 3/31,4/7;14;21,05
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE lowed shall be at the dis- against e real property 31,2005, issue a Notice and with the Americans with be based. CLASSIFIED WORKS

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1360 Trades I
Growth and Stability.
The Flyer Magazine, i lo-
cated in the ampa Ba
area, has an excellent
opportunity for a skilled
small Web Press opera-
tor. This 4 day, full-fime
position is running a
idde 860 color press
with UV capabilities. We
are looking for an indi-
vidual with experience
in both the operation
and maintenance of this
type of equipment. We
offer: A Full Benefit
Package* A Climate
Controlled Workplace*
Competitive Salary-
Safe work Environment.
Fax your resume to
813-623-3983 or E-Mail a
resume to: Jobs@the-
flyer.net The Flyer, 201
Kelsey Lane, Tampa FL
33619 *EOE* Drug Free
13611 Construction
CREW Leaders/Installers
valid DL, constr. bkgrnd
a +. Great bnfts. 813/
681-6181 Danielle Fence
1362 | Landscaping I
Irrigation Crew Chief
For established land-
scape company. Must
have experience w/resi-
dential layout & install.
DL rei. Call from 8-4.
813-659-0001 -
13651 Retail
Management & Cashiers
Bealls Outlet offers a fit-
ting opportunity for
those seeking real ad-
vancement potential.
Join us at our Plant City
location and discover a
great fit for your career.
We offer excellent bene-
fits, including medical
insurance for both full
and part time employ-
ees. Call ourJobline at
1-800-250-9206 ext.
1370 | Sales
Proven program. $55k+
FT or PT. Commission.
Call Greg 813-831-7500

Due to our expansion we
have several openings
for qualified salespeo-
ple. We offer hospitalize
& dental Insurance, w/a
very competive pay
plan. Spanish speaking
ability a plus. NO SUN-
DAY'S Forpp. Call
Tom Johnson or Billy
Herold at 813-707-9700
Want Ads
Inside Sales Come join
our ad sales team! Top
reps make $80K top/yr.
We provide all leadsand
pay for training. Call for
details 800-640-6886
ing battery/elect dist.
Prefer exp in Tampa Ar-
ea. CDL a plus. Fax re-
sume: 863-666-5004
1374] Security I
WestShore Plaza-
Immediate FTPT
Comp. salary & vac
Applications at Guest
Services. EOE
Fax #813-286-1250.

i3 I Driver/
35 Delivery
C & C Farm Hauling.
Call Ray for info:
813-294-5450; 927-7539
Class B Driver, local area
$550-700/wk M-F, benef
clean record, drug scrn
call Jon 813-991-7788
Classified Ads
Prices well within sight
A selection that's
just right!
Pay & Benefits for Expe-
rienced Drivers, 0/0,
Solos Teams & Gradu-
ate Students. Bonuses
Paid Weekly. Equal Op-
portunity Employer.
DRIVER: Ind Cont'r w/Sm
Truck, Van, SUV for FT
paint delivery. $420-
$450wk. Bground & Drug
Check Req'd. Call
888-456-0995 or
$1000 New Hire Bonus for
Experienced Drivers!
ClassA CDL Flatbed
&tanker exp.a plus
ClassA CDL and tanker
welcome! Tuition
Program available.
Enter CCC's Training
No Experience
Paid CDL "ATraining.

B, dependable, clean
MVR. Hourly & bonuses.
Call 813-961-5631

Are you getting a pay
raise in 2005? Roehl
drivers are! Van drivers-
up to 391; plus bonus.
Flatbed drivers-up to
41 plus bonus, plus
tarp. Up to $2,000. sign-
on Bonus. Students Wel-
come. Class A required.
EOE CallRoehl,
DRIVERS Company Driv-
ers Solos/Teams, Class
A/CDL New Pay Pack-
age 3-1-05, Make up to
40 cents/mile & more.
Great Home Time! Also
Owner Operators Need-
ed! 1-877-882-6537 EOE
Oakley Transport, Inc.
YOU! Performance Bonus
paid quarterly. OTR
drivers, solos orteams.
3 months experience &
CDL-A/HAZ required. Full
benefits package. 2000-
2005 Equipment. Call
1-800-362-0159, 24 hrs.
positions. Reefer exp a
must. 2 yrs min. Call
863-294-4147 or apply
5300 Recker Hwy Lklnd
Must have CDL drivers
licence. Ruskin area.
941-739-0227 or

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 Driver/
I Delivery

Owner Operators:
**Lease Purchase Plan
Great pay
* Guaranteed home time
*No Lease-On Costs
* Spouse Rider Program
SPaid Orientation
Call Brian Hall
at our Plant City, FL oc

Trucking Needs Class A
Drivers 813-347-8711
1380 | General |

Able Body Labor
Grand Opening!
Come Register withUs!
100+ Workers Needed!
* Skilled & Semi-skilled
* General Laborers
Long & Short-term As-
signments Available!
12006 Martin Luther
King Blvd Seffner
Asst. Manager
For Saltwater Fish
Wholesaler (813)
315-1094 ask for Bob
BARN Help, private Cork
Area, to feed, water
clean stalls & turn our 4
horses, M-F llam-lpm.
$65. week. only reliable
w/references need ap-
ply 813-986-2234
eves/ena-week leading
to F/T. 63-510-0780
Dry Clean Pressers
CALL JOSE 727-439-9904
Charleston, SC business
is seekingan exp'd Plas-
ticultureFarmerto man-

planting, nurturin &
arves ting of fruits &
vegetables. Fluency in
Spanish a +. -Compensa-
tion package includes
salary, benefits & bo-
nus. Mail resume to:
Farm Manager PO Box
1554, Mount Pleasant,
SC 29465 or fax to:
813-645-7240. Will return
call for appt. Brandon
GRADE Tractor Operator,
Experienced. Must have
FL drivers license. Drug-
free workplacce.
813-752-7097 -
no exp. necessary.
Sundance Kennels.
Call 813-737-3777
needed energetic, ethi-
cal person. Fax resume
& references
Packers, Mach operators
Material Handlers, All
shifts, Paradise Plastics,
apply direct 1200 WMLK
Jr.Blvd, Plant City
PARTS Counter person,
Knowledge of Marine
Ind. a+ Ask for George
Alafia Marine 677-7107
PHYSICALTherapy, need-
ed for growing Plant
City office. Fax resume
to 813-759-8254
Want Ads

Tampa -7319 W. Waters Ave.
Tampa -12105 W. Linebaugh Ave.
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.
Tampa 5501 N. Armenia Ave.
Tampa -14444 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa -13182 N Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tamripa 12059 Anderson Rd
Tampa 13610 Bruce B Dc'wn. Blvd
Tampa 19070 Bruce B. Down~ Blvd
Tampa. 2525 Busch Blvd.

1380 1 General I
PLANT CITY' Airport Line-
man to move & fuel
planes + office &janito-
rial duties, $8. per hour

PLANT CITY Manuf. has
immediate Processing &
Packing positions avail.

person 3508 Sydney ,
Plant City, FL

looking for full/part
time help, day & night
shift, wil train, no expe-
rience necessary. Call
Route Sales $125t ,day,
2-4 days/wk. Van or
Truck, computer, email
and cell. 800-648-2734
STEEL & Sheet metal
workers need. expor
non exp. 813-404-0794
F/T. Experience req'd.
Children's Nest Day
School. 813-759-0605
Warehouse Person Com-
petitive salary & bens.
AA Sddeman plumbing
M or F stand operators
wanted. No exp necess.
Exc pay. Apply at 8820
US Hwy 301.

383 : Work At
1 I Home
income assembling CD
cases at home. No expe-
rience necessary. Start
immediately. Call
1-800-267-3944 ext. 117
Necessary $50 Cash Hir-
ing Bonus Guaranteed in
Writing 1-888-318-1638
Ext 101www.USMailing-
Assemble crafts for some
of the largest home
craft assembly firms in
America. Free info*
packet. Call for details.
1-801-428-4657 24 hours
qpj Casting/
384 Talent Agnt

Auditions Act in educa-
tional youi Oieseity vicd-
eo, over weight 11-13 yr
olds only. $0 if hired.

I Private
39 Instruction
1 on .your home all sub-
ects K-12, qualified
teachers, 813-754-5245
or www.clubztutor-
13961 Schools I
CNA, LPN o RN Prepara-
cion de Examen. Fin de
semana, dias o noches.
813/249-2262 727/869-
8805 352/592-3704
407/273-3777. CNA, LPNI
or RN Test Preparation.
Weekends days, nights,
813/249-262, 727/869-
8805, 352/592-3704,
Want Ads

13961 Schools I
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.
JEWELERS **5-Day Pro-
grams** Jewelry repair,
diamond setting de-
sign/casting. catalog.
1-800-843-3409 www.ste-
EARN Degree online from
home. *Business, *Para-
legal, *Computers. Job
Placement Assistance.
Computer & Financial
aid if qualify. (866)858-
2121 www.tidewaterte-

01 Misc for Sale
$10 TVs, Computers, Etc!
Police Seized From $10.
For Info
($1.95 Shipping)
1-800-769-5889 P285
Classified Ads
Prices well within sight
A selection that's
just right!
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
website 20% off!
ATM Mach. Tranax $1500.
Time clock ( Amano)
w/time cards $100. Lots
of misc bar supplies
Renew / Change Color.
Tub, Tile, Sink &Chip Re-
pair. Commercial & Res-
idential. yrs. Warranty
Quick Response,
Insured. Serving Florida
Over lOyrs. "Forida's
Tub Doctor"
Celesteron Tele NexStar
8i w/GPS w/XLT, lenses,
filters, dew cover,
pollution filter, AC
adaptor, used 2X's, was
$1995, now $1399,
727-724-1850 M-Sat, 1-6
SIFIED and see it takeoff
in the fast lane!
CHINA New Japanese
Fukagawa china, cross
star, syc for 12. 104 pcs.
DW safe. $1600 cash.
After Spm.i 13-a06 0986
Does your church need
PewsPulpit Set, Baptis-
tery, Crinkle Glass Stee-
ple or Stain Windows?
ig Sale on new cush-
ioned pews and uphol-
stery for hard pews.
800-231-8360 or
Did you suffer a Heart
Attack, Stroke, Clot, or
Heart Surgery while
taking VIOXX,
Your claim may be
worth $250,000+.
Call toll-free
(24 hours)
SYSTEM installed &
delivered free. Say good-
bye to cable forever + 3
months FREE HBO/CI-

Tampa -14936 N. Florida Ave.
Tampa 2115 Hillsborough Ave., Unit B
Tampa- 9309 N. 56th St.
Tampa -16033 Tampa Palms Blvd., Suite 33
Valrico 2016 E. S.R. 60
Valrico 3307 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.
Seffner 806 M5rtin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Wesley Chapel 5450 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Zephyrhills -7242 Gall Blvd.

1400 i Misc for Sale |
Gigantic Mirrors! Jonsite
leftovers: (7)
48"xlOO"xl/4" at
$115.00 each. (9)
72"xlOO"xl/4" at
$165.00 each. Will deliv-
er, can install. Every-
thing Must Go! Call
Now! 1-888-306-9046
#5500MKII auto loader
never fired, with case
and ammo $375.
weather treated, fully
assembled $150. Free
delivery 813-300-9974
POOL TABLE 8' All Solid
Wood, Excalibur Pro Se-
ries Double Bolt-
ed/Beamed, 1" 3pc Bra-
zillian Slate, K-66 Rails,
Leather Pockets, Cus-
tom Kit, Still in Crate,
Sacrifice $1250. Antho-
ny 954-309-4479
Shopsmith Mark 5 model,
complete w/access.
Like new $900.
S-600, semi automatic,
x15", good condition,
w/new blubs $1200
Sears Craftsman, $600
(3) Ultra Sun 35 bulbs.
(1) Sun Capsule 54. (1)
unstar 44 bulbs. For in-
fo, call 813-244-2002
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
of Golf TipsToTake 10
Strokes offyourscore$19
1-866-GOLFll0To order

400AcA Wanted

Casn paid [or signed
items of movie, sports,
music and historical ce-
lebrities. Babe Ruth and
early baseball always
needed. Complete col-
lection or justthat one
prized item. Call Doc at
813-677-7542 or e-mail
information to:
Donate you used: cars.
clothes, furn. books, etc.
to contribute to the ed.
of kids against drugs.
Free towing. Tax deduc.
DTV/Dish Network
Will pay cash & pickup.
$c PAID for all types of
jewelry & silver/gold
merchandise. Watches.
Anything of value! Call
Sam 727/804-7463
Toys: Diecast Collectible
ortin; Airplane, Vehicle,
Military. 1st Gear, Ertel,
Texaco, Dinky, Schuco,
etc. 813-885-4257
Antiques Collectibles,
Pottery, Furniture & Etc.
Call 813-719-6336 after
9pm/wknds 476-0508
BUYING Old fishing REELS
and Bamboo Rods pre
ZWARG,Holzmann & Old
Tackle. (813) 963-6627
Opened or locked
Hillsborough Lock & Key
14011 AucUtions I

Sat, April 23rd, 1-6 PM,
Corner of Hwy 39 &
McGee Rd, Plant City.
New & Used Merchan-
dise, Buyers & Sellers
Welcome. For Info Call:
813-763-1767 or
AU1304 AB781

1402 Collectibles
American Oak Furniture,
many pieces, plus Pine
moving sale, individual
Call 813-779-0560
Autographed Footballs &
Helmets. Montana
Marino, etc. All
authentic w/COA's. &
display cases. Move
forces sale of 10 year
collection. $200 ea. obo.
BEER SIGNS 200+ Bud-
weiser, $2500 for entire
collection. Clydesdale
figurines also. Call
Ceramics of Angels, Elvis
Clock. Marilyn Monroe,
Lucille Ball $39.00-
49.95.18TeaSets, $8.95-
Collector selling out all
sports cards.
Dealers Welcome!
Make me an offer.
Piano, restored antique
upright player piano.
Mahogany. exc working
cond.Zipser appr $11K,
sell $9K 813-831-3840

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40 Antiques/
402 Collectibles

Signed Baseballs
Babe Ruth
Autographed Albums
Call Doc 813-677-7542
Watercolor Sketchs,
6 Original, Custom
framed, by Tony Award
Winning Freddy Wittop,
V 813-672-6618t
I4 lArt I
Abstract Art Paintings,
Improve your creative
lifestyle, view mywebsite

Collector Overbought.
All art below appraisal.
Benfield-Jazz Night T.
Rut-Scherzo Erte-Black
M a g i c
Picot-Vancances All are
si gned from limited
editions. Mint.
Beautifully framed. COA
& appraisal included. No
buyer's prem)BI appt.
only: 813-707-0036
406 1 Jewelry I

Jewelers, 1708 S.Dale
Mabry. 813-253-2164.
WATCH- Mens Corum,
"Admiral's Cup" $6000
at Mayor's. Like New
Condition. Call for de-
tails. Asking $3,000 obo.
[40?T Diamonds
E, Appr$22,052.
Sacrifice@ $3,950
Diamond Platinum Ring,
amazing 3.21ct, center
stone Z.21ct, certified
appr. 'A $15.600. must
se $7250 866-484-5723
1.52cI, color-H, Sl, 4
smaller diamonds,
praised $11,500, sacri-
fice $5800.813-785-4665
DIAMONDS: 2.01ct Prin-
cess appr. $14K, only
$4,250; 1.91ct pear
shape appr. $12K, only
Snn I Stamps -
408 tCoins-pBooksI

COINS, Currency, Bullion.
Buy Sell Trade Coin
Werx. BigTop Flea
Market D211 Sat & Sun
9a-4p 813-601-6940
WANTED Private Stamp
Collector buying Stamp
Collections. Convert
Grandpa's old stamps
into CASH! 813-340-3381
Buying, selling, trading!
Over 38yrs exp. Buying
Silver & Gold coins. We
pay top $$.813-792-2493
or 727-455-6196
1410 Furniture
(2) like new, $900 ea.
ARMIOREImnort Moho-
pany, 48" Ita.an. import
inning rm table glass
top, nearly new qn sz
mattress &set + more.
ARMOIRE, dark wood
computer $350; Sleep
Soa $250Upright piano
$250 Allobo
813 685-4299

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 Qup/t
matt SET. New in plastic
w/warr. Can del 870-0070

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

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

Absolute bargain, queen
mattress set, new in
plastic w/warr. Can
BED $120
An authentic brand name
qu. set, new in plastic
More avail. 813-380-6021
A brand new pillow top
mattress set, new in
plastic w/warr. Can de-

A brand new queen pillow
top set w/warr. Can de-
liver. 813-833-1145.

Check out class 418
for cool deals on A/C's

14101 Furniture I

* BED$150
A queen pillow top, mat-
tress set. New in plastic
w/warranty, can deliv-
er. 813-251-3134

it BED$185 KING
A brand name orthopedic
inner spring pillow top
mattress set. New in
plastic w/wrty. Can
deliver. 813-477-9019
* BED$225 King*
A double sided pillowtop
set. New. in plastic
w/warr. Can deliver.
Bed $225, king
A doublesided pillow top
set, new in plastic
w/warr. Can deliver.

A dbl sided pillow top
matt. set New in plastic
w/ warr. Can deliver

it BED$300-b
Memory Foam Mattress,
10", developed by NASA,
warranty, new in plastic.
Can deliver. 813-477-9019
A dbl sided pillow top
matt set New in plastic
w/warr Can deliver.
it BED$350 t
All Maple Wd, Qn Bed
complete w/wood rails!
New/Boxes, 813-643-1388
**BED $475**
New. Qu coiless. As seen
Can deliver. 813-870'-0070

**BED $95**
A full size matt. set New
in plastic w/warr. Can
deliver. 813-251-3134
it BEDSET$298
21" thick pillow top
Mattress Set. 20yr.
warranty. 100% brand
new in plastic. Can
deliver. Call 813-477-9019
BED Wall Unit Haverty's
for Queen Sz Bed. Lots of
storage Honey Oak like
new. Was $795 Now
BEDROOM i- $195
A Brand new maple set
New in boxes! Can deliv-
er 813-643-1388
BEDROOM it $485
Wood HB, nstandi
Drsr/Mirror, Chest.
New/Boxes, 813-643-1388
BEDROOM it $750
A Complete 5 pc Ashley
Bed Suit, New in Boxes,
Can Dlvr! 813-643-1388
Bedroom Set 1 Queen
size set, Headboard/
Footboard, 2 Marbletop
Night Stands, Marbletop
Dresser/Mirrors, & High
Chest of Drawers
Complete $3,200.
Also, 1 King Size
Complete Bedroom Set
Bought at Famous Store
for $18,000. Headboard/
Footboard, 2 Nights
Stand, large Dresser
Mirror, 6 Drawer Chesf
& Armoire. Asking
$6,800. Also complete
ining Room Set.
Memory Foam Mattress.
AsonTV 10YrWTY
Cost 1699sell $399,
cost.1899 sell $499
Can Deliver Statewide!
All Sizes Avail + P. Tops
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
BUNK BED Captains
Beds, $169. New All
Wood, Can Deliver.
Brandon 813-685-4760
Custom Furniture, Refin-
ishing, Refurbishing. Ex-
perienced furniture
builder/refinisher. Exot-
ic woods.. Hawaiian
Koa Mango, Afromosia,
Teak, Jatoba, modern to
classical designs. Call
for information, and
free estimates ask for
Tim (813) 835-3846
it DAY BED $275
Complete with frame, 2
mattresses, trundle, all
new in boxes. Can
deliver. 813-477-9019
Complete w/pop-up
trundle & 2 twin matts.
never used, sacrifice
$275 can del 813-926-8507
WANTEDTop $$ paid for
1950s-60s-70s. Kpoll,
Kagan, Nakashima,
Bertoia, Miller Springer
& others! 917-4055095

i410 I Furniture I

DININGt $450
All Solid Oak, Hand Crvd
Table w/leaf & 6 Chrs.
New/Boxes 813-643-1388
DINING RM- Ethan Allen,
Georqian Court, (Cher-
ry), Oval tbl w/pads, 2
lvs,8ch,Trpl China Cab.
$5Kobo 727-863-0398
Dining Room Table and
Ch na Cabinet, 8 Chairs,
2 Leaves, solid Cherry
wood beautiful cond.
DINING Set, light oak Irg
table, 2 leaves, 6 padded
chrs, Irg China cabinet.
$1260 813-643-7373
Where on earth can you
buy sell or find almost
anything? Classified, of
course!It's the market-
place of choice.
Dinning Room Set, Rat-
tan, Glass top w/6
chairs, china cabinet
server $850.06
Ent. Center 3pcs White-
wash & stone, fits 32"
TV, $450. Antique dining
table, 4 chrs, hutch $200
black 813-892-91,48
Entertainment Center-
Medium brown oak, 84"
Wide x 76" High
x26"Deep. $600 obo
Call 813-949-6907
FishHawk Estate Sale,
Tues Thurs, 4/5-4/7 by
appt only. Furn. window
treatments, this, pic-
tures etc. 813-230-4206
FURNITURE 60 in glassed
top Dining Table and
Credenza, exc condo,
$1500. 7 pc Liv Rm set
i FUTONT$200
Oak with extra thick
mattress. New in boxes.
Can deliver. 813-477-9019
Medium oak, honey fin-
ish, 9 layer matt, new-in
box, cost $625, sell $285
LIVING RM Ethan Allen
white sofa 2 taupe wing
chrs, 4 tables, 2 lamps
$2500 obo 727-863-0398
Want Ads
2 Matching Chairs,
green & white stripes,
exc quality like new,

Mattress $100*
A baby soft Qu P/T, set in
plastic w/ warr. KING
$185. Can deliver
A brand name, fulf or qn
pillowtop Mattress Set,
King $185, new in plas-
tic with warranty. Can
deliver. 813-477-9019
Mattress $150
A queen pillow top set,
new in plastic w/warr,
can deliver.
7924W. Hillsb. Best
Mem. Foam Adjustables
&Air. 813-889-9020

Sofas, Mirrors, Lanterns
& more. 727-894-2422 or
visitourwebsite www.



14111 Super Savers
ANTIQUE Penny (1)
Gumball Machine. $40.
Free pix. 225-753-0205
DRESSES (3) Prom
w/shoes $200. for ALL.
FULTON Silver metal
with black cushion
$75.00 Call 813-986-2299
GRASS/leaf catcher, 3
bags Craftman 48" cut
LOUNGE chairs (2) metal
w/bamboo $25.00 each
Call 813-986-2299
QN bed, head/ft board,
frame, mattress/box "
spring $75.813-719-2494
SOFA Broyhill, plaid, and
wing chair. Exc cond.
SOFA White Penn House
8 way hand tied springs
TIRES, rims & hub caps
15" factory, low mileage
$150. OBO. 813-754-0085

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1410 Furniture I
sz head/foot board,
lamps, antique chest of
drawer, 2 love seats &
ottoman 2 over sz
chairs with ottoman, ar-
moire, Mikasa China.
anite childs chifforobe,
toy box, small chairs.
pictures. Other Misc
ousehola items
813-754-1238 or
House full of custom
made furniture, Europe-
an style: Complete din-
ing rm set, table & 8
chairs, buffet with mar-
ble & curio cabinet, 2
complete br sets, king
size, 2 living room sets,
Bombay chest w/mar-
ble top, console w/mar-
ble top & mirror. Tiffany
lamp Persian rugs, cof-
fee fable set, bronze
pieces, lot of accesso-
ries for house. By appt
only. New Tampa
PIANO, Small upright,
Pinafore by Gulbransen
w/bench $300.
SALEI Wicker Dining rm,
Living & Bedrm Sets.
Patio furniture, accesso-
ries & gifts. Call Forever
Wicker 813-948-4802
Sectional with chaise, 5
pieces, fabric multi col-
or made by Thomas-
ville excellent condition
$600. (813) 948-2842 or
(813) 957-1512.
Sofa $150 Sleeper $150,
Futon $250,6 pc Dinette
Set $150, 18 spd Bike
$75. All in good cond!
SOFA SET See it for your-
self! 3pc genuine Natuz-
zi plush leather sofa,
loveseat recliner 1497.
Call 813-789-3787
Through making waves?
Place a classifiedad &
letsailors get wind of
your boat!

full boxspring/matt. $159
4 pc set Dresser/Mirror,
4 Drawer Chest, Head-
Bunk Beds... $195.
Sofa & Loveseat, Metro
Fiber Fabric, Earthtones
... .. 495.
I 416 | Appliances I
Lowest $ Guaranteed.
Delivery. Woody's
Appliances, $74.50. up.
7604 Broadway626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
ES IN TOWN! Large se-
lection of washers, dry-
ers, stoves & refrigera-
tors. $79.50 & up. War-
ranty & delivery in lim-
its. Don't gamble, know
your dealer! 45yrs exp
604 Broadway 626-7787
8307Armenia 933-8288.
builder overstock.
GE22cuft sideby side
w/ice & water $850
GE Nautilus dishwasher
Reduced to $250
Call 813-971-3000
4000 W. Kennedy
11900 N. Nebraska
Mom & Pops Applianc-
es, $75 & up, W/D, Stove
& Refr. 10014 30th St
Free Delivery
813-632-9620; 335-5788
icemaker, 20.5 cf., White,
great condition, very
clean $100.
You can unload your
washer with an ad in ap-
pliances, class 416.
Refrigerator, Amana 26
cu ft, BIk 3 years old,
side 6y side, water & ice
in door. $575.
Dishwashers $40.
Stoves $80 & up.
Refrigerators $100 & up.
Call Mark 813-244-341
VACUUM-Kirby Gen.6Lid
Edition 2000, all
attachments & shampoo
er, $450 OBO Like -new
with attachments, Ex-
cellent condition used
very little. $400
Washer & dryer $125
both. 30" gas stove $200.
Side by side Refrigera-
tor w/indoor ice & water
$275. All for $500.
$200 and Up for Set.
$100-Up each.
Guaranteed, Can Delivery
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
Don 813-300-6714

417 1 Teleph~ones/ 11424 eoTV, &
I IPagr I ASARadlo, T I

We buy old cell phones.
Nokia Motorola Samsung
etc. 2 yrs old & up.
1 Air
418 Conditioners

A/C New in Box
Complete systems
installed '2 ton $1695;
* 2 ton $1795;o 3 ton
$1895; 3 ton $1995;
* 4 ton $2095; 5 ton
$2195. 5 yrs warr on all
parts. Used Ac's avail 21
yrs exp. State cert. Lic#
CAC057499 Call Mike:
Winter Clearance
new in box with
factory warranty @
wholesale prices.
Example: Split 2ton $726
3ton $825 4ton $1055,
Free Delivery,
Pre Season Special! A/C
new in box. 5 yr Fact
Warrty, All Homes Siz-
es: M.Homes, 2-ton
$910, 2-ton $960 3-
ton $1005*31/ -ton $1070
Prof. Install Lic RMOO-
31291 813/453-9033
You Deserve the Best
Prices, Service & In-
stalls. We Do It RightThe
First Time! #RA0039944
Used Mobile Home & Cen-
tral Systems. 2-5 tons.
$200 & up w/warranty.
Can Install. Repair work
also. NTA CAC 1813656.
813-748-9265 907-3838
with AC. New, still in box,
must sacrifice.
Mobile Home unit, in
excellent condition, can
demonstrate, $350. Call
V 813-486-3642*
2 |Musical
420 Instruments
AmpsDJ Equip, Speakers
Best Rental ISecion in
Bay Area. Ask about our
do- it yourself DJ pkg.
Beamworks Inc. Rentats
& Sales. (813)855-0709
LEGENDS '813-348-0688 -
w/matching oak bench,
exc. cond. all keys &
pads functional, $599
Musical Equipment PA
Mackie sound board du-
al tape deck, two 22" &
two 29" Yamaha speak-
ers $3,500 813 933-3578
3 yrsold Cherry Finish
Cost $74,000 NEW,
ASKING $24,000 obo
PIANO- Casio, AL150R,
Digital, Ebony polish fin.
Barely used Paid over
$3K $1100 obo.
PIANO-Grand Samick, 5ft,
polished Ebony finish
1.5yrs old, compi w,/QRS
digital plyr sys inc. au-
dio. Retail $15,995, sell
$10,500 941-356-0714.
Bird Key, Sarasota
PIANO-Great sound! 37"H
Spinet w/bench by Koh-
ler & Campbell. Make
beautiful music in your
home. Asking $500
Specials/Close Outs
Most Popular Brands
Incl. CD Player Grands
Owner/Operator 27 Yrs
Best Prices & Value
Call 813-855-1227
SAX: Selmer Tenors, Su-
per Action II Mark Vl's
'38 Balanced Action, Rare
huge Buescher Bass, Best
Offer. 727-525-2243
VIOLINS New $100 Ger-
man $150. Viola $150.
Cellos $319. Cases &
Bows. Mandolins $120.
Guitars $150. Trumpets
Clarinets & Flutes $199
Del avail 727-945-9427
Low cost, expert repairs
A99 Sewing
422" Machines I
SURGER, New R.czar 4
inread surgery $500:

424 Radio, TV, &
|" | Stereo I
SYSTEM includes stan-
dard installation. 3
mium Channels. Access
to over 225 channels!
Limited time offer. S&H.
Restrictions Apply.
I WANTTO BUY any audio
& video electronics;
Bose, Macintosh, Krell,
any manufacturer Cash.
Want Ads

Jesse Dollar Sales. New &
used merchandise
below wholesale.TVs,
stereos, Panasonic tele
phones, cell phones &
other household items.
Tuesday Saturday 9-7.
10018 N. 30th St., Tampa
Reconnected Fast! Ba-
sic Service $24.95/Mo.
Long distance plans
available, no deposit.
Transfer service- keep
same number.
1-888-467-8286 &
1-800-813-9235 Insta-
tone. Se Habla Espanol.
$24.95/mo basic ser-
vice. 8AM-8PM.
$1000.81 3.677.0660

Type /Hospital Beds-
Manual Chrs. We Ac-
cept Medicare & Private
Insurance. Free Delivery
Helping Hands Medical
Equipment Call Toll Free
1-877-667-7088. Habla-
mos Espanol
looks brand-new. Mo-
torized pwr-litting seat.
Must see. Pd $4400: sell
for$1295. 813-335-2159
WHEELCHAIR, electric,
Jazzy 1103 w/chair lift,
1.5 yrs old, used only 24
hrs. $4500 new, sell
$2000 obo.813 716-8079
I Office Equip.
430 & Furniture

20 Herman Miller A02
Workstations with
seating, very clean, exc
condition. Also Used
Files, Seating, Cubicles
And More! Low Prices!
Call 727-647-1853
Business Phone Systems
New & Used, Installed
1 Year Warranty, AT&T,
Norstar, voice mail.
20 yrs exp. 813-985-5011
nearly new Dell A960-
$75. Canon Multi PASS
C755-$50. Call Julie
Service, Sales & Supplies
431 Computers &
431 Equipment

Guaranteed! NO
Credit- Bankruptcy OK.
10A-9P EST Mon-Fri
*Checking Account
R, eq u i r e d .
AMD $99 Internet Ready
Computer. Laptops
starting at $149. New
systems starting at
$299.1031W. Busch
PC Services 931.4976
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Computer. Laptops
starting at $149. New
systems starting at
$299.1031W. Busch
PC Services 931.4976
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lem! You're approved.
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Check Checking ac-
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*Flat rate Not per hour*
ISORM: Mon-Sat 10 to7.
14918 North Florida Ave
(813) 264-0408
SFlat rate Not per hour*
ISORM:Mo-Sat10 to7.
14918 North Flor ida Ave
$45. flat rate. Plant City
Call 813-764-8385
HP Lap Top, new w/CD's,
Celeron M DVD/ CDR
Burner. $800.
Laptop Below Wholesale
Dell, Compaq, Toshiba
Unlimited Wireless Net
New 'Used. Starting $299
CALL 813-468-5278
jinn Commercial
4321 Equipment I

SHAVED ICE (Sno cone)
machine, 20-Block ice
maker, + other related
equip. Call
EQUIP.8 ga.x12'Niagara
Shear, $15K; 150 tonLVD
10' Press Brake, $23K;
Modern Model-3K Cut-
off Machine, $35K; and
misc. other equip.

Ready to graduate into a
new car? Classified can
give you the key! Our in-
ventory of choices are
updated everyday!

I Restaurant/
434 Hotel Equip

True. 3 sliding doors,
less than 200 hrs on new
compressor $800.
FREEZER, Double Glass
door, split unit, brand
new compressor,
HOBART Mixers, Glass
Door Coolers, Grills,
Stoves, Pizza Ovens, &
walk-in coolers. Call
ICE MAKERS, Hoshizaki's,
12001bs, w/ice bins.
$1500 & 2 unit@ 16001bs
ea w/ice bins $4000

435 Fixtures-

WHSE FULL 813-886-8400
Pharmacy & Gen Merch
Shelving, fixtures, gon-
dolas, Meridian p.nne
system, checkpoint sec
system. Call Mike at:
941-926-8119 ,
8' and 4' end caps all
with shelves. Excellent
condition. Please call:
(863) 382-3888
440 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
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
Sfill your needs. Yeager's
- Nobody beats our qual-
ity or service let alone
our price.
All Metals Rooling
Standing Seam. rool
pkg, Galvalume-Plus,
nap-Lock Panels. Easy
to install, Visa/MC
accepted. 813-224-9060
Cabinet Co. Moving Sell-
ing equip. Holzer edge
wander u402, Delta TbI
saw & more. Please call
for info 813-882-3941
Brand Names
Wholesale Prices
Do It Yourself
OrWe Design & Install
CABINETS, Kraftmaid,
shipped direct to your
hpme, wholesale prices,
Lifetime warranty.
Prefinished oak still in
boxes, 2308sf.@ $2.25/sf.
Will split, 813-318-9056
Vertical Grain Bamboo
flooring $2.59/sqft.
Hartco Pattern Plus Ma-
ple Hardwood, 5" wide,
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, Cal The Laminate
World 813-426-6470
from .99 cents SQ. FT.
Exotics, Oak Bamboo,
Prefinished & Unfin-
ished. Bellawood w/50
year refinish, plus A
Lot ore! We Deliver
Anywhere, 5 Florida Lo-
cations, 1-800-FLOOR-
ING (356-6746)
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$$$ Call Toll
METAL Roofing & Siding
26ga-36" coverage as
low as $1.40/ft. ciofflori-
da.com Corrugated In-
dustries 800-545-4580
$$$ Buy Direct From
manufacturer. 20 colors
in stock with all Accesso-
ries. Quick turn around!
Delivery Available. Toll
Free (888)393-0335.

S* 813-884-6127 **
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!

441 Patio & Deck

53 cents ea, Many colors
Do It Yourself Info
Paver Sealant Available
(813)968-6150 Sun Pavers
AA4I Sheds&
44 Carport

24024x9 $9,500
24x30.9 Il.00
Both are enclosed
Concrete slabs, 36" door
& 2 7x8 garage doors inst
Other sizes avail
813-788-3501 713-2333
BUILD AISC Certification.
shop/garage, arena/barn
hangers. A plant near
youFWill beat any price
or $205. (800)993-4660,
SAVE Upto 50% Buy Now!
25x20 Sell $3,890.
36x40 Sell $5,990.
48x72 Sell $11,970.
Cal DKen
30x40, 50x75, 60x120,
Never put up. Best Offer
Can Deliver! Luke
1-800.839 1073
ry Deals Save $$$.
40x60' to 100x200'. Ex-
ample: 50x100x12'=
$3.60/sf 800)658-2885
tion Sale. 25x30-$3,700,
30x40-$4,850 40x60-
$6,900, 50x150-$19,500.
Call 1(877)728-4807
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
installed; Buildings/
Sheds from $1,925. Al-
most Any Size Available
813-299-4790' 681-5468
14451 Tools I
Tool Boxes (2) Kennedy,
Precision Tools, too
many to list Machinist
qual. Will sac. for $550.
SI4a Machinery &
r' Heavy Equip. I
Forklift-Tampa Forklift
since 1974. Parts Svc.,
Rentals, New:Used
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
FORKLIFTS-Ringlift has
"As Is" to fully second.
Stop and see why we
give the best value in re-
cond. forklifts in the
state. Huge inventory.
1401 US Hwy. 301,N. Tpa.
Larry, 813-620-1337.
Uncoln Procut 55 plazma
cutter, new cond. $2000.
Lincoln square wave 175
tig/stick welder w/cart,
new cond. $1100.
Machine Shop
Downsizing. Selling
vertical milnl lahe jig
bore & various omher
equip. 813-935-2799.

450 Goods

Bar/Game i- $450
4 in 1 Oak Bar table
w/roulette, blackjack,
craps, accessories, wine
racks + glass storage
Inci! New in Boxes, Can
Deliver! 813-643-1388
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5 Sporting
450 Goods

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
IRONS 3-LW, steel
shaft, R-Flex, new $900.
Sell $600 firm. Call
GUNS: Carry Permit Class
Hi Cap Mags, New SKS
813-210-GUNS (4867)
GUNS- Colt, 38 Super, SS
series 80 $695. Like new.

GUNS- Colt 45 gold cup,
series 80 stainless,
$895; Smith& Wesson 66,
8" barrell $395.
All Like New!
Guns for sale- 300 win
mag, Brn 7mm #835
CVA50calMuzldr, al
2015 acres, southern
zone. Membership $700
Dublin GA
I 404-433-734211
Hunt Club Membership
So. GA Hunting mem-
bership w/ cabin 850
acres, members total.
$1,156 727938-8837
4'x8' Pro Series, solid
wood 1" slate leather
pockets, K-66 rails, Ball
and Claw feet, Worth 5K.
SLifetime warranty.
Can deliver& set-up.

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.
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)
POOL TABLE, All solid
wood, no press boards,
8' Pro Series, 1" slate
Ithr pockets, K-66 S eed
rails, dble bolted/
beamed + cues, wall
rack, custom marble
balls, never used, cost
$5K sell $1350

451 Exercise
451 Equipment

Bikes (2) Greg Lemond
studio, barely used, all
manuals & tools, list
$1050 ea., selling $600
ea. 813-732-7325
Eliptical new -Horizon E
30 $500. Polar HR, fan
MP-3& CD input, 20 level
pro rams, space saver.
Julie 813-251-0455
AT www.bod solid.com
(813) 714-8896 (813)
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I Exercise
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Personal training equip.
Multi Station cable
cross, squat -box,
weights &bars $5500.
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11hp, 30" 5-spd Murray
Tractor/Rider Mower
Excellent condition,
original owner $500.
Call 813-926-5086
New Lawn Mower Shop
3322E LithiaPincrest
Comm. Equip. Repairs
Cert. Techs 236-3363 "
Horse Garden Tractor,
20HP, 48" deck, excel-
lent condition $1,000.
Call 813-633-9248
Riding Lawn Mower:
Exmark 52", 25hp good
condition. $2,500.
1465 1 Lawn & Grdn I
Great For Gardens!
Local delivery available.
ROTO-TILLER, Troy Built,
Horse, 10HP, Tecumseh,
good cond $600 obo.

1 Nurseries/ I
469 Trees

7 gal. (3-4 ft) $32
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90 Varieties: Lemon-Lime
Fl. Peach-Plum-Nect.
All Sizes $15 to $50
813-752-4938 #47216934
Azalea, Dowood, Bruns-
felsia Tabebuia, Ti-
bouchina, Fig, Boxwood,
Podocarpus, Crotons,
Roses, Viburnum, Bottle
Brush and Much More
Airport Rd, Plant City.
752-7676 #04710685
45 GAL, 4" CAL, 14'..$75
25GAL, 3"CAL, 12'..$50
15GAL 2" CAL 8'..$25
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14801 Dogs I

American Bulldogs
NKC $500. Too many de-
taifs to list. Please call
Australian Cattle Dog
Puppies0 CKC, health
certificates, blue & reds,
working POP. $350.
MINI, Loving! Smart!
$500 pet price. Regis-
tered & health check.
BICHON FRiSE, Adorable,
non-shedding with
Papers Females- $600;
Champ line, HIth certify'
home raised vet
checked 1stshots
BICHON Pups ready
4/8/05, AKC, Wht,
champ bidlines, POP,
M&F, $700 & up
Black Lab free to good
home, 1 yr fern, current
shots. 813-737-4322.
$250 & Up, Will Deliver,
HIth Guar. 888-229-0621

BOSTON Terrier, AKC,
$500 each,
Taking deposits,
Beautifully Marked,
V 813-263-83900
BOXER Puppies-Ready
4/6, UAB reg, SM, 1,
Trad'l Fawn & Flashy
Brindle POP taking
registered 3 Flashy
Fawn females 2 White
males, $450-$525.
BOXER Pups, Male fawn,
health certs, $500
Ready April 30th, -
Taking deposits
Boxers, Shit-zu, Cockers,
Cockapoos & Havanese.
Vet v ,all vaccinations.
1$500-$150 Cash.
Bull Terriers, Spuds dog,
pups born 2/26, AKC reg,
3 avail. $1250.
Cairn Terrier Puppies,
shots, health cert.
$425-$500 386-208-1323

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|480 |Dogs I

Cavalier to Maltese
We're remodelding and
must sell everything
Designer Bags From $30
Shampoo, Treats, Toys.
Cavaliers $700. Maltese,
Shih Tzu, Cocker, Pugs
Cockpoo, Havanese,
HavaTzu Schnauzer,
Boxer. 813-653-4384,
4385 Links Paw Tr.
Valrico, Closed Sun.
Lic# P05-077909
Chihuahua Pups, pure
bred, 2 sable-M, white
chest, 1 blue-F. wht chest
Parents 4 Ibs hlth cert
350 cash, 863-581-5322
puppies, AKC, males &
females, long & short
coat, many colors, $500
-800. Call 727-237-3872
Chinese Crested Pups
AKC Re, Powder puff
males, $350- Hairless
male $800; 727-856-2287
or 727-992-4544
CHINESE Crested pu pies
AKC, teacups/ oys,
males & females 3 hair-
less\ 2 pwdr puffs,$600
Tan, reg, 11/2-2 yrs old,
never trained. FREE!.
863-993-0481 Ray
1-727-709-2478 Roy
males, $350 each. Can
be bred. Vet a Call
Diane at 813-782-0442

Mother on site, Variety
of colors AKC/CKC,
health certs. $450-$650
Dachshunds- AKC
youngg breeding adults
al 813-855-5213 eves
ready, Red/rust 2M/3F
IncI Earcrop, tails done
$850 firm (813) 884-2271
PO# 4-041580
Doberman Pups-AKC, top
European lines, champ
sire stck. 8wks www.
Call 321-454-3790.
ENG POINTER 7 pups Reg.
Liv/Wh, M/FGuar Train-
ing Avail #03020532
Ready May 1st, taking -
dep, M/F starting @
O$160. 813-967-0844
SChampion Sired
English Bulldog pups
A C, Int'l champ blood
lines, parents on prem-
ises, outstanding pup-
pies, show potn'. Can
email pics. $2300 &
$2500. Taking deposits.
352-797-6344. www.Bar-
Dynamic M/F, Big Eves
Chest. Tons of Fun, vet
vi Gaur. $1,600-$2,500.
Cash 727-219-4955.
English Springer Spaniels
8wks, vet cert, AKC reg
clean bloodlines. LittFe
smilemakers. $450.
(863) 660-1237 (863)
667-3745 (863)660-1417
MALE 2yr AKC German
lines BIk Tan All Shots
Tatooed $600 (813)
AKC, Big Boned Pups/
Adults, Rich Colors &
Blacks, family oriented.
$650 & up (941)809-6242
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German Shepherd Pup, ROTTWEILER Pups, Sire
Male, 18wks, neutered, Son of World Ch. Bronco
all vaccines, All American OD DRAVEGICA, Lrg sq
Basic Trained BlkITan. heads. Also FalKo/Ger-
$1,300.727-267-3547 man bid. pups Exc temp.
GERMAN SHORTHAIRED POP, Hith certs, $1000-
GERMAN S PRT IRED $250 407-4i5-5833
POINTER PUPPIES Ac- 407-415-5837
cepting deposits, AKC, 3
female, 2 male, mother ROTWEILER Pups, AKC,
on site born 3/26 $500 Shots, health cert.
(813) 763-4762 German bloodline, block
GOLDEN RETREIVER heads fat &happy! $650
G E RETREIVER cash. 813-936-2829
&ups, CKC. 3 males.
eady n-ow. Vet SCHNAUZER pups mini,
checked/shots. $400 AKC, 8 wks od,2-M; -F,
(813) 758-0650 white, shots, health cer-
tificates $500/ea
GOLDEN Retriever Pup- 813-634-76016
pies, parents on site, 5
available now with SIBERIAN HUSKY, Beauti-
health certificates $300 fut, 5 mo, Fmle. Current
each. 813-390-5933. on shots. $250; CAIRN
BI GOLDENDOODES, V $200.813 855-5213eves.
LowShed, Willdeliver TERRIER PUPS AKC,
$800.423-420-6580 or CAIRNS & SCOTTIES See
423-920-1246 pictures: w ww.
HdRIDT W SArc mccartysterriers.com
HYBRID WOLVES Arctic 352-591-2271
and Timber. Born
3/6/05..Taking Deposits. WEIMARANER PUPS AKC
5 females, 5 males $350 hith cert. silver & blue-
(727)992-413 gray, family raised
ITALA GREOUND around children, $600.
Puppies, AKC, champ 7 2
bid ines. True Picture your home in clas-
Greyhounds in mini sifiedw/anadontheBuy-
form. 4 M 1 F. $650 ea. er's Choice photo page!
813-914-7116 Yorldkies- AKC registered,
DID FIDO EXTEND THE readyforadopton!! One
FAMILY? Place an ad in Male $50; Two Females
class 480 and unleash $950. Call 352-793-2700
some of those pups! Leave Message.
mos old Male, short iI& iRpmI
legged, Choc & White lim PII- 1
w/pa ers $400 obo.
Dogs, Moving- Kennel Saturday of each month
Reduction.JRTCAReg.A Largest assortment of
variety of coats & col- freshwater fish in Tmpa
ors. From champion Club Pet Members get 1/2
bloodlines. $250-$800. off live fish Tue & Fri
We also have mini- Rat & Mice Feeders Avail
horses. 352-732-5256 Min Schnauzer, Boston
www.ardecheter- Terrier, Pug,Silky
riers.corm MANY Other Breeds Avail
1 Yr Warr Lic PO4-070213
Lab 13 Pups AKC Yel/Blks Complimentary Vet Exam
Not just another breed- Free Training Program
er, 3 yr Guar. Assist Af- Financing Available
ter sale. Parents OFA, 7699W. Waters Ave.
CERT Prof Train. Avail 50 Near Waters & Hanley
rs. Combined exp. Gold M-Sat 11-9, Sun 12-6
Permit #03020532 $700
pet/hunt813-685-4402 813-249-8700
LAB PUPS AKC, block 1 | Cats
head, M/F 8 wks black, 1 ICats
hith cert. 1st shots, par- CTFRE g
ents on premises. $350. CATS, FREE to good
813-737-2435 home.
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots, Call 813-685-1514
wormed, vet cert. Block
head, champ, bkgrd.
Pedigrees. Parents/ yTKittens&CatsV
grand arents on site.
$400-00.352-307-0772 Free to good home. Spay-
ed, neutered some vac-
LAB Pups, Black Beauties, cines (813) 963-6612.
2 Fs POP AKC Reg,
$400*813-61-69661 champ lines 2/1M M
W 813-625-5357W White and Tortie fe-
83-62-5 male, black male, Vet
LAB PUPS-Full Blooded, $400. Call 813-643-0909
Mom & Dad on premis-
es Beautiful & Beauti- .Persian mix CFA re. 2F
ful, Yellow & Choc 2F, blue,2Mcream/wh
6M,$300813-685-4202 16wksallshotsvetOo
fluff adorable $150-$200
LHASA APSO adorable 813-495-5377
CKC 1-Male & 2-female Check out class 418
pups, 11 wks hith cert, for cool deals on A/C's
edigreed. $450-$500. | I Bds
Z'nlls 813-779-9497 1482 | Birds
MALTESE ages 5mos and AFRICAN GREY Female
under, $450+. 1 yr old. Sweet starting
Also Yorkie Pups to talk. $750 withcage
betsat@acun.com Cash tos 863 701-9140 or
941-322-9563 (863) 660-0460
MALTESE, AKC 3F ready Blue & Gold Macaw Pair
April 26th, all with hlth w/breeder cage, $1500.
cert & 1 yr uarantee, B&G MACAW w/Lexan
$950 ea. 813-31-9705 cage $700.Other cages
avail. 813-857-7630
male & female 9 wK' Canaries-Glosters
health certs. Will Sell Great singin g males only,
$1200.813-884-9559 813-766-2032
health certs, shots, April 10th 9am to 4pm
wormed, 2 cute. $500. Tampa Firemans Hall
Robin: 813-780-8560; @201Yukon StFirst 00
Gloria: 727-856-2287 adults free gift. For in-
MINI AUSSIE PUPS, Regis- fo(941) 232-2668
tered NSDR, Ready hno1 EoU I
4/8/05 Call Virginia I Exotc 1 I
813-991-7327 **********
Beautiful Family raised. TOTHE PUBLIC*
.See pictures: Few EL x.Damsels $1.70,
www.pekesandpugs.com Perculas $5.00
352-591-227 Clown Trigers E
Want Ads Ad. Emnperor Angels S9.
Want Ads Turbo, Snaest.50
PITBULL PUPPIES red Green StarPolyps $14.
nosed, 4 wks old, taking Green Frogspawn $17.
deposits. All colors. Green GalanaS1t.
$300 each Over 500 prebagged. First
813-239-7801 ComLe First rved
Up To40% OffThe Rest of
CKC Male. weeks, first EverSat starts 10.00 AM
shots & h^th certs $500 1 SNAprl 2nd.
813-961-0291 PET MART -TAMPA
POODLE PUPS AKC Royal 813.985.1865 /WOM*
Standard Beauties, ***********
home-raised, health I I Gara ard I
certs several colors. 499 arage, Yard
$600.'727-856-4224 Sales, Etc.
POODLES AKC Adorable Brandon, Sweet Memo-
Tiny Toys $1100i Ts ries Antigues. Spring
0;Mmi APrico $50 CleaningTeat Sale. Fur-
ChamplineHealth Cert. niture, china, etc. Sat 9-5
863/537-1648 608 N Parsons Ave.
POODLES, standard AKC CORK, Bethany Baptist
pups, crate trained, mi- Church,3409 N Cork Rd.
crocnipped, all shots, Sat, April 16th, 7AM Fur-
excellent pedigree, niture, Clothes&Misc
PUG PUPS AKC champ -
blood, 3M,2F, 1st shots, Km /II \
health certs. $750.
Ready 5/2.813-220-1225
or 813-719-8146 even.
Puppies4Sale PLACE, Sat April 16,
.l ies 4 Sale 7AM-til 7. Multi family
ParkAve. Puppy furniture, dishes,
813-662-2592 clothesKids Items &
Lic# P04062440 Misc household.

S Garage, Yard
499 Sales, Etc.

PLANT CITY, 2038 Pleas-
ant Acres Dr, Hwy92 E, 1
mile E of Park Rd. Sat,
April 16,7:30 AM. Furni-
ture Clothes, House-
hold Items
PLANT CITY 2908 N Mary-
land Ave, Back Yard Sale
Thur, Fri & Sat April 14,
15 & 16, Motor Hiome,
baby items small appli-
ances, Household, Auto
& Misc Items
PLANT CITY, 3502 Charlie
Taylor Rd. 1 mile N of 1-4
on Charge Taylor Rd
Eastside, Neighborhood
Sale, Sat April 16, 8AM-
11AM. Lots of Misc
PLANT CITY 3501 Sam Al-
len Oaks Circle, Sat April
16, 7:00 til noon mutli
family sale

Knights Griffin Rd, Fri,
April 15, 8am-3pm, Sat,
April 16, am-lpm, Baby
c others, Adult clothes
Furniture, Seasonal
Items, Books, 1992
Honda Civic (needs work)
and other Misc Items
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PLANT CITY 5201 Keene
Dr, Sat April6,8AM til?
Multi family, Tools, Fur-
niture. Toys. Clothes
and lots of Misc Items

Knights Griffin Rd, Sat
April 16, 7:30 AM til ?
Multi Family Sale Elec-
tronics, kids toys, More


Plant City Final Moving
MUST GO! Hwy 92 E.
(Parkwood Estate) Fol-
low signs. Sat, April 16.
7AM-12. China Hutch
Odds & Ends and Lots of
Misc ITeems.

PLANT CITY, Grace Unit-
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Cherry St Fri & Sat April
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PLANT CITY Sunny Point
Lane, across From
Branch Ranch Fri & Sat
April 15 & 16, Four Fami-
ly Sale office furniture,
clothes, dishes, house-
hold item, card table set
PLANT CITY Walden Lake
1905 Paddock Dr Sat
April 168AM-12,.Bl1 sale
something for every-
one women & men
clothes, books, house-
hold items & More

Park Estate Community
yard sale, Sat April 16,
8AM-2PM. Lots of misc
ROYAL HILLS, 2 Family,
Clothes, Toys, High-
chair, Doghouse.
4514 Reynolds Creek
Blvd. Sat 4/16.7am-?
WALDEN Lake- Village
Green 10th Annual
Garage Sale, Something
for everyone. Follow
Arrows! Sat 7amn-Noon.
Farmer's Market

5 I0j|Fruits&

BIG SALE! Strawberries
$6/flat or 2 for $10, to-
matoes, fresh greens,
etc! Sat & Sun. loa-dusk
1-4 to Exit 10, ML King,
Eastto Highview, beside
Disc. Auto 813-727-5754

Fruits & I
500 Vegetables

Spring Vegetable Sale
will be Friday & Satur-
day, April 15th & 16th at
1510 W. Sydney Road in
Plant City. Available
items: Fordhooks, Baby
Butter Beans, Pole
Beans, Green Beans,
Zipper Peas, Blackeyes,
PinKeyes, Butter Peas,
Crowder Peas, Green
Peas, Mixed Peas, White
& Yellow Corn, Cream
White & Yellow Corn,
White Cob Corn, Okra,
Squash Broccoli, Cauli-
flower, Brussel Sprouts,
Collard, Mustard & Tur-
nip Greens, Spinach,
Mixed Vegetables, Soup
Blend Mix, Blueberries,
Blackberries, Raspber-
ries Mango Chunks,
Jumbo Green Peanuts.
All items shelled,
blanched & frozen,
ready for your freezer.
Mos items $14. per
bushel. Call & place your
order 813-754-1500 or
813-757-0096. M-F 8am-
5pm to pick up on April
15th OR 16th @8am-
PICK bring containers. 4
qts $1. & Swt Onions
Berry Bay Farms daily,
7am-4pm. From tampa
175 S.toSun City C., E. to
Hwy 301, S. on 301, 2
miles to Bonita Dr.
U PICK Camarosa
Strawberries! 2 Qts $1.
Bring take home
containers. Also FL
Sweet Onions, 2/$1.
10706 Singletary Rd.,
Dade City. Open
7am-7pm, 7 days wk.
U-PICK Strawberries
Mike Lott Farms 806 E
Old Hillsborough Ave
Seffner btwn MLK and
hwy92 off Kingsway
You Pick Strawberries
Shady Acres Farm.
Come Pick & Rest in the
Shade. 3 quarts for$1.00
3420 Gallagher Rd,
Dover. 1-4 to exit 14,
Mclntosh Rd, south on
Mclntosh to Hwy 92, go
east on Hwy 92 to
Gallagher Rd, turn right,
go 2 miles, farm is on
right ClosedSunday.

"" Livestock

Western & English
all ages/levels $30. hr.
Plant City 813-754-0713
or 813 716-7416 SUE or
813-323-4818 Charlotte
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.
POLE BARNS, Garages,
workshops, horse barns
*20x20x9 $2,600
20x30x9 $4,200
*24x24x9 $4,032
M24x40x9 $,6020
Other Sizes Available
813-713-2333 788-3501
ARAB/QTR Gelding 6yr
old Rose Dapple Grey
14.2H Jumps 3' has
shown and won Hopeful
hunter Reserve Grand
Champ @ LAGUFF does
eng & west must sell!!
$2,500 (727) 709-1396
Zip To Impress mare, 10
yr old, must see, rides
g reat, great babies
3500. Young horses,
ready to show and ride.
2 standing studs.
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 NLY.
1 Reg. Arabian Gelding 20
yrs, big, nice trail horse.
Good temperment $800;
1 Half Arab/Half Otr
Horse 5 yrs, Bay, gentleI
but green. $600
1997 25' Aluminum Silver-
star Trailer, 3 Horse
slant Gooseneck with
rear tack, A/C, small
living quarters awning.
$11,500.813-695-3576 3
Free Horse if boarded
with us! Full board-
$250/mo. Horses rented
- $15/hr, $25/day Call
now 813-649-1126 www.
HERDS of blk-Angus,
blk/wht face & Brangus
cows. Also blk Angus
Bulls & feeder calves.
(850) 878-2571/510-4854
Gelding (2) Registered
Appaloosa & Paint $750
each 727-495-0715

West Pasco Horse Rescue
horses for sale, payrmt
plans ok. Lessons, frail
rides, train, board. 813
625-2599 W727-856-0732
Strike Up the Band!
Check out Classified's
Musical Instruments!

Horses &
525 Livestock

Colt, Iyr. Bay Filly, 8 an.
DUn Coilt' 8k-$10k,
Half Andalusian,3000.
$3K-$20K. Trail safe
Show Ready Please call
WANTED!! Horses,
ponies tack, trailers &
equip. Top prices paid.
Good home. Call Cyndi
now: 813-649-1126
NOW 813-649-1126
PINTO MARE 6 yr old,
child safe, $900 obo;
DONKEY Jack 2yrs old,
Miniature, $500 obo
Mares Geldings, Fillys,
Colts, Starting @ $2000.
813-986-6909 986-7270
Quarter Horse Gelding,
perfect beginners
Horse, no vices, 20+
years, $1,200.
Stallion Service. Arabian,
Panto-Arabian, Paints.
Horses for sale
Paso Fino registered 5
year old stallion 2500.00
asoMix gelding 11 year
old $1000 & tac saddle
(352) 797-0682 OBO
Show Hunter TB Gelding,
15.2,15. Sound, Packer
$45.60. Beautiful TN
walker gelding, 15.2,5.
16' stock traile new floor
good tire $950. Call
1527 1 Hay & Grain
Horse Quality Coastal
Cow Hay $31/Roll
Free Deliver. 10 Roll Min.
Call 352-267-3127
Clean, Rolls and square
bales In Barn Tifton 44
1-75- & Hwy
HAY, top quality (timo-
thy T&A alfalfa coast-
al, peanuts) and Nutrina
Feeds. Riverview. Call


I Motor Homes
560 RV's
19' 1996 COACHMEN
Cam er Van, Dodge 318
36,000 mi, 2.8 Onan, root
AC & heat, TV, VCR, very
clean $19,506 obo Call
27' 1989 Winnebago
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
27' Class A 1994 Challeng-
er sleeps 4, generator,
A/C, TV microwave, low
mil. 51,984. Asking
$22,500. 13-995-9253
28' Class A 1994 Bounder
Model 28T, 54,000 mi.,
exc. cond., loaded,
$21,900. Below NADA
28' SAFARI TREK 1992
Class A, used $23000.
15% down, $3450. Loan
85%. Balance $19550.
Rate 7.6% to 10.10%.
Depending on credit.
Term 144 months. Mthly
gymt $207. Doc fee $95.
Call Owner, Larson.
32' 1979 LANDAU Motor
Home, 2 A/C's, twin bed,
awning, sleeps 6, gen.,
very good condition.
32' 1987 Airstream Excel-
la, good cond. loaded,
elec jack full awning,
AC, full bath dble bed.
35' 01 Damon Challenger,
Like new, 15K mi, slide
Triton engine, NADA
$53,500 Sale $42,875
Call John 941-780-6138
A, perfect cond, every
opt, sleeps 6, air susp.
real must see 63K mi,
$13Kobo. 813.805.9136
Class A, 29K mi, V10
super slide. N/S no ets.
.$49,500 813-920-3412
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muchmore! To sell any
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560 RV's
35' 2002 Winnibego Ad-
venturer 14500 mi,
Ford V-10,:2 slides, many
extras. Excellent.
37' 1996 AIRSTREAM mint
cond, basement model,
a/c, awning self cont'd
sip 8, selling due to illness
39', 2004 Winnebago Ad-
venturer, 1400 mi,
340hp, work horse HD
chassis, fully loaded.
quad slide 8k ml, all ex-
tras, GPS' SAT-TV, etc
Can see @: www.home-
www New price $285k.
Sell @$205kw/5yrwarr.
1990 300hp Cat, 4spd Al-
lison trans, lots of op-
tions, god condition.
$65K. (727) 639-9849
888-Bates RV Nearly 600
Airstream Jayco
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tampa.
5i | Campers&
562 Travel Trirs
12' 2005 Fleetwood Cole-
man, Destiny Tuscon
folding trailer, brand
new $5000 obo
21' COLEMAN Pop Up,
SantaFe, w/ Cassette
Potty, Fully loaded, A/C,
King & Queen, canopy.-
$7500 OBO813-267-3235
Classified-the most effi-
cient, effective, economic
cal & user-friendly infor-
to help you buy, sell or
findthe goods and
services you need!
24'1994 Prowler Travel
Trailer. Double door, priv.
rear bedroom, fuly self-
cont'd, sips 4 roof air roll
up awning, teese hitch
pkg many extras, excel-
lent condo, nice & clean,
1 owner, non-smoker.
Must see to appreciate.
$5800 obo.813.5053000
24' 1999 Coachman Cata-
lina 5th Wheel w/ super
slideout, duct A/C aw-
ning w/ hitch. Great
cond.$9800.986-1671 -
26'1988 COBRA, a/c, aw-
ning, full sz bed, dinette
sleeps 6, fully self cont'd
good cond. $3450 obo.
KO 5th whl, super slide,
tub, glass side, like new,
A steal for $18,000. Dade-
City (419) 235-1177
Travel trailer, 2001,
sleeps 6 2 slides $20K
obo. 613-852-9826,
32'03 Four Winds 5th Whi
classic, 2 slides, Very
clean! NADA $18,500
Sale 14,975
Call John 941-780-6138
HAWK 1996 5th Wheel,
M-3314 w/slide-XL Like
new $15.500 (813)
36', '02 Montana 5th Whi
w/03 Ford F350 DRW p/u
36' Montana 3295RK, 3
slides, Perf 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.
Pic s avail RV alone
$38,500 or RV & truck
$72,000 813-857-1812
1 Want Ads
37' '05 Franklin 2 super
slides, 2/CHA, W/D,
dishwasher, awning,
every option, N/S.
38' 2004 PREMIER, Exc.
cond. 2 slide-outs, W/D,
loaded, $21,900 obo.
40' Heritage 2005 Triple-
slide, W/D dual air,
sleeps 8, lots of
upgrades $28,500 OBO
Call 813-766-0428
45' 5TH WHEEL, 2004, 2
bdrms, 5 slides 3 AC's,
fpl, awning, dlx bath'
xtras. Exc cond $38,500
Sobo. 1-616-886-1773
Camper, very good
cond t. cooking & eating
utensils, TV, bed linens
& ice box included. Call
813-282-3500 x315
$3000.00 firm
I IRecreational
564 Rental

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,
C'wood RV/Boat storage.
Sec Pkg w/24 hr access
brig ht night lighting i
wash area. From $35
813-968-4991; 505-2803
South Bay RV & Boat
Storage-Secure outside
and covered storage.

I | Swimming
580 Pools & Spas

Lots of new models,
Colors, sizes & features
Instock models fr. $1199
DIx. cover, chem kit, del.
& setup full warrincld!
Ozonator steps rainbow
liht, reg. 395
9017 Adamo Drive
S.W. Corner Hwy 301 & 60
Heat Pump or Gas. Com-
Clete do-it-yourself pool
heater kits. Phone
quotes installation
available in most areas.
1-800-333-9276, ext. 501.
Market.com Lic
#CWC029795 Insured.
Dealer inquiries wel-
HOT TUB Leisure Bay 450
gal "Cordoba" w/cover.
1 yr new. Immaculate.
Brand new $8000 ask
$3650obo 813-477-3165
HOT TUB, Ozone, with
Cover, barely used,
factory warranty.
Call 941-350-7654
All Digital, Therapy Jets,
Lights, Energy Efficient,
11RV, full facory warr.,
new in crate, Rainbow
Waterfall avail, in box.
Call 813-477-9019
HOT TUB with cover, 5
adults, 20 jets, 5hp, new
with warranty included.
Call 813-601-7727
WEED out your old lawn
mower with an ad in
class 460!
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.
SPA, Must Sell. 7 Person
Deluxe. Never Used. In-
cludes Cover. Will Deliv-
er. Full Warranty. Can Fi-
nance W.A.C. Payments
Under $100 per Month.
In a Hurry. Call (800)
SPA! Must Sell! 7-person
Deluxe. Never used. In-
cludes cover, will deliver.
Full Warranty. Can fi-
nanceW.A.C., payments
under $100 per month.
In a hurry. CALL
SWIMSPAS, Looking for a
pool butyou don't want
to spend a fortune or deal
with the aggravation!
Spa Warehouse*
is looking for display
homesites to show our
t swimspas. l
Save Thousands!
416 W. Waters Ave
Tampa, ask for Dan.
I Water I

1994 Seadoo Explorer
w/trailer, great for tub-
ing/skiing $3000 obo.
813-817-0384. or
SEADOO 2003 GTX 4-tec
supercharge w/trailer
25 hrs use, garage kepi
$8000. 813-643-4865.

[ boa4| Boats

16' 2001 Key Largo
ctr console, fully equip'd
$8,500 obo. Call anytime
813-928-1647 928-1648.
16' Bluefin 1986 alumi-
num V-hull w/ new '04
25hp 4 stroke Yamaha
w/warranty til '07, in-
fish finder & trailer,
$3500 obo. Great fishing
boat 813-681-7300.
16' GHEENOE, 2002 25HP
17' 1987 SKIPJACK bass
boat 90 hp Mercury,
good cond, many new
parts. $2500 oDo.
2/110HP w/trailer, re-
furb seats, cables & mo-
tor $6400 exccond (727)
939-0041 (217) 202-1051
Mercury, Bimini Top
Fishfinder, Livewell and
Trailer. Ready to fish. All
Yr. 2000 Ask $7,300 (352)
17.5' 2003 Scout 175
Sportfish, Yamaha 90
HP, four stroke, bimini,
Lowrance GPS/FF, 1Oin
draft, alum trlr, $15495.
Like new. 863-838-4131
18' 1991 Bayliner, new
top, 90hp motor com-
plefely rebuilt, lower
end & upper end, 2
brand new batteries,
ship-to-shore radio,
best antenna, walk thru
hull, trailer, all new ac-
cessories. $2500.
352-683-2986 (after 6) or

15841 Boats I
1802TE, 2003150hp .Mer-
cury, ss prop, jackplate
24v Great White w/
charger,cover, alum
trailer. $20,900 (813)
18' Bayliner Open fisher-
man, 85HP, galvanized
trailer, $2000
18' Searay Laguna, 115
Merc, Trailer,
T-Top Stereo, Depth
Recorder & CB. Asking
$8,500. Call 813-505-2495
20' 1996 Bayliner I/O w/
Cuddy cabin, 4 cyl., new
upholstery & t-top,
great snape, $7300.
20' 1999 Proline 201 Walk
amenities inch 150
Merc Color GPS alum
trlr, turn key, ready to
go.$24K. Contactlolly
20'4" 1999 209 Grady
White Escape w/Yam
150 low hrs, T-top, GPS,
jacKplate, windlass an-
chor, $21K 813-404-6186
20'FOUR WINDS, '96 Yam.
150, engine needs minor
work, int. refurbished,
w/hydraulic steering,
$5,0 0obo. 813-416-3132
20.5' 1990 HydraSports
Vector, CC,200HP, alum
trr, T-top, Furuno elec,
Radar, Leaning post,
etc. New $38,800. Now
$11,900! 813-265-3348
21' 1998 Regal LSC, 4.3L
Mercury cruiser, low
hours, bimini, camper,
canvas, AM/FM/CD
/VHF radio, runs great,
excellent cond. Must
see! $15,495 obo.
Seminole. 727-393-6207
21' 2001 REGAL LSR, low
hrs exc condition main-
ly freshwater, 4.3 Merc
Cruiser eng. w/5yr ext
warr left too many ex-
tras to list, must sell, ba-
bycoming! $17,900.
863-899-2227 853-2929
21' SHAMROCK Inboard,
cabin. Needs motor
work. $4,800 Eve. &
weekends 941-778-5641

22' 1997 MAKO Center
Console Bimini top- Hy-.
draulic steering TRIM
TABS Compass- 225
merc 4 blade ss prop
tandem axle alum trailer
22' 2000 Stingray 220LX,
350/330HP, open bow,
to much to list! $16,500
22' Bowrider 2000 Larson
226LXI, 5.0 Volvo Penta,
SXDrive, Just completely
refited only 122 hours,
Mint Cond. lots of opts.
MustSell.............. $18,000
22' Chris-Craft Cuddy,
225H I/O Full camper,
wash off, has every-
thing, like new, low
hours, $14 995
813-973-8105* 963-5500
Pontoon Boat, 2003,
60HP Yamaha, hi-thrust,
4cyl only 30 hrs. loaded.
Tandem trailer $14,500.
22.2 Aquasport 1973 lull
Transome, Boat to be
redone, better than
Dorado. $3,500.
Call 813-263-5714
23' 230 SUNDANCE
SEARAY CC, 1993, very
clean. Completely
overhauled. Ready for
water. $11,995 obo.
Outrage, CC, twin 135
Merc, exc cond, T top,
many factory options,
24' 1997 BAYLINER Aft
cabin, sunbridge
cruiser, sleeps 4, kitchen,
head, exc. cond. Merc
VO, Alpha 1,5.7L220hp,
$18,000 .813-86-9272
25' 1986 BAYLINER cabin
cruiser, new 454 engine.
needs some work.
$3,500 obo. Call
25' 1995 Godfrey Marine
246 Hurricane Deck Boat
Elec. winch, trailer. 51
hrs. 350HP Merc. Cruiser.
$13,000 813-294-8228
25' 2000 Robalo CC w/T,
Twin Merc 200s, Live
Well. Fish Boxes, Trim
Tabs. New Electronics,
Fishing Machine!
$38.000 813-892-1235
25' 2000 WELLCRAFT, 230
Coastal WAC twin 175
EFI clr GPS/FF, VHFlive
well, fish boxes, trim
tabs original owner
$37000 trade for land
25' Mako 88. WAC. Merc
225 SWS 2002, tandem
trailer, excellent condi-
tion, owner moving up.
32.2' 2001 Monterey, hi &
dry, sleeps 8, low hrs,
immac cond, generator,
windless, ext platform
$72K obo 813-857-5524
34' FORMULA PC 2000,
loaded, radar, GPS AC
very clean. $137,206


1584 I Boats |
40' Sea Ray Sundancer
1998 Immaculate and
Well Maintained,
Furuno NavNet Sys, Ra-
dar, Extra GPS, Dingh
Davit Much More
$235,000 727-585-4255
Largest Volume Pontoon
Dealer in Florida.
Nauticstar Bay Boats.

From 17'to 35' .
Dual Console
Walk & Express Models

10:00am 6:00pm
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Sale held at Pro-Line
Factory located at
1520S. Suncoast.Blvd.
Homosassa, FL
For additional
information, contact
Sunray Marine:
In Homosassa:
1976 Suncoast Blvd.
In Holiday:
2039 U.S. Highway 19
(877) 651-5531
In Largo:
7249 Ulmerton Rd.
(727) 531-3012
BOATS Several storm
damaged and donated
boats for sale: 18'to 32'
Mike (727) 204-7988
5 I Boat Slips-
I"" | Storage

Serving New Tampa, US
19Hudson &Port Richey
areas. RVs, boats,
autos etc.$40+a/mo.
Harbor Island Boat Slip
Garrison Channel Float-
ing Docks can accom-
modate small to large
boats with shore power.
Call 813-832-5430
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+ /mo. Secured loc'n
Carrollwood Outside-
Storage! -All boats/RVs
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24 hr acc. Reasonable
rates. 813-505-2803
South Bay RV & Boat
Storage -Secure outside
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Sea Pines Hudson Pvt.
up to 35'Boat Pvt park-
ing, deep canal. 50' to
open water. 6.00 er ft.
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+ /mo. Secured loc'n
586 Supplies &
440 Mercruliser Engine &
outdrive, freshwtr
cooled, very good cond.
Still in boat. $1000.
Outboard Motors, twin
Suzuki, 200 hp, 1990's
w/450 original hours
mint condition, all
mounting hardware in-
cluded. $6500 obo.
24-26' aluminum boat
trailer w/brakes, 8000
lb. 2 yrs old $1800 obo.

I590 Boat I
Tr wantedaton

15-25 hp
Electric start
(863) 858-6196


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m836ree62-760 miles, keyless, clean &bu.81-642-0247 ,8,56. tine cond, all o ptons lent, low mi des, al, op f0.e13-629-0673 n &sst very,
$11KOBO813-996-2764.$9500 oCAH PAID Ithr,$8900.813-220-6137 $1595ortrade Lexus2002 G5430,Millen- clean. $12 5 obo'
n a FORD 1995 EXPLORER beige,13-689-3561Kmi. ark le th extras For Cars Runnin393 Milesor 813Not830315 Ca 727-744-2033 nium silver, black leath- 813-23996-400 Tercel
oEng, 5 spd, 26K M a Be- r eep 2000 Grand Chero- ke nw, llow We'llcomep itug DHEV 97K miles, FORD 198,9 Mustang LLX e aa sEdm, C O trig ow
lFo Loan Value $7292 95 u ,r u FkeeLaredo.Silver, load- 4 34 .e alliRob at -610-1 354 oade, o nlys$3,450eso 5.0, 5 spa, garage i Koep owerc.o .. .e r28K
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bodmV1 edcT 9k i e runs er.. lea e r at prcied to sell. Honda 2000 Shadow RV's Boats. eal Top -' a o $3n 2995 ob.3 s1n cenew Bhort9tArV
Dcyl g2od c da o conQd 99 $o 0n0 69. $19,0000.813-300-0895 Aero, 1100cc 5300 $$$ntrud C HEVY 1980 Z28, 74k 52LEXUS 2002 C430 Con, eng, It hr, all pwr,
727-9624 FORD1999Explorerakotauad4 nothradGas o. edRadioSysD auto new 350 CADIHRYSLERLAC199 Ask- miLLE auto, and Days813960iresverything works.
CaSUZU 2000 Rodeo, 4door,00itew/tleath- layer less thanCHERO- miles, Ytoellow/Back Conition. Free R10em-5610oval, Northsta$3500 leather;full FORD 1993 Probe, mint gooEvdtires8139610258 813-963-1873c:310-1294
fully loaded w/ext. 813-661-370 KEE LAREDO, 1 owner, mn 000c813"13, a 35g k. 2 rs. 13-- 05 loaded 0. oo813 cond 6 in &out, engine dels Warranty.1 C o am p oo
warranty. $14,000 i i63k mi, gold, 6cyl, $6,00 8 e c- 195 CASH Con- 765-3753 mechanically sound, 5 a50 nt a p941-924-7930 m ent
813-657.8 77 2 13 portU9ility CD/Cass. exc cond, HONDA 2003 VTX 1800R,c oAr a ruc &V spd. $2800 obo. 00 30e t PLYMOUTH 1988 Rela, n70a
727-207-0558 WantAds Turbo SUV must 813-451-733 To Restred New Ev- CHRYSLER 2002 PT Crus owner, white $500LEXUS 2 003 ES 300 exc 4 obo. black & ray. 51,700 actual
NISSAN 2000 Frontier SE Vehicles sell, low m,5001-340-6256 full e n Must G er Loaded, Clean ke very ood conH, cla n! loaded new tires Miles, AC Ec Condall2749296
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cruise teond077K AWD, burgundy, 23 leather loaded, WANTEus Sportkes.Any 813-855-3561 newtires. 55,0d on 813-mies s 88-5950moker, new ex RCEDES 1997 S500 TOYOTA$252002SOLARA
813-299-83 chrome whFs/tires, Ithr, see' $13' 990. Please call: HONDA 2004 1300VTX Re- $$$ 4 CARS $8,000'813-791-9256 lent cond. all options $500 813-376-1231 PORSCHE 2001911 Car-
88 CD sunroof XX clean, 813:334-'3248 tro, Many Extras, ONLY W u G1 $3500 813-988-5071 Uncoln 1997 Mark VIII V8 rera blk w/ blk Ithr int.,
engine, bedliner,t owing CLASSIFIED uraat3 13535 y i aTncond a FORD 1968 Mustang, col- -ertible w/new to ClASSIFIEDWORKS Chamrdedneo w braes M,45K whis, we
cle1ant A 3 VVd L' .S p. 2002 WRAmNGLERS* $ 0 8-- WANTEDelow book! ALselectionthat5's 813-814-0596,267-6707 Ks/recar.k ept, non-
813-309-3391CAILLAC 2003 Escalade HAA 4 l DEADORALIVE* $4A50KZO QUicksale,. just right!1smKr.$4K813-948-7156
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DesertRunnerkextcab, grEXT AWD. blk, 47K, allV68 d Free 813-Tw64 R 813-634-1 8 to, sunroof 81k condhm C er.Excellent cond,
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lar cab, .lue,22 e F i u mies rium 4ound r 1 813.9302464 813.760.2656 owner, 2 Dr, auto, 14K Like New Mch0Stereo er, of +'s m 0 ruoet3wco
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813-541-1181 $34,900813-967-5325 JEEP 2003 GRAND MINI EXTREME the best m lAarke tbAreatone .4$9800 8133813-98 52726 -" eves 654-7243
SCheckoutclass418 CHEVY1995BLAZERS104 CHEROKEE Loredo 4x4, Pit BiKes around. Huge Antique $2400obo. 813-731-399 FORD 2002 FocusWagon, LINCOLN 2000 LS Sport1
forcoolodeals on A/C's dr Teal cruise allnow- Silver/grey thr int, V8, savings on Brand New Vehicles Chevyy1997 Malibu, 6cul, 79k mi, warr, wellmaint pkg, integrated phone, TOYOTA..1989 Suprm a
, r h' .k8 73 ucr of 3 m,0cc 1599 a70ccnautouoneowner, k A/C, cruiseautoCD power sun roofV8 ,

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$17,500 m 3-966-5019 Ca29s 140$0 Kbo n. OC1r8 ownTe, MasterCarO accepted orig mi, A/C. 3-yr olo condi spon3clean. 500. Sobo cott813-727-4093 9, is6k13 009-67r

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31W, 47L-8. LotVans of ex 672-0623 CHEVY 1999 Tracker 4 2., P, PW Honda 2004 PDL,400EXsAM $3,499 Leave message 2-458 TOYOTA 1992-263-756CELICA
trash. elow book at cycl, ilr w r in FM stereo new battery Nor to n 1972 Commando 813 985-5015 n'CHEVY 1998 LUMINA Convt auto thrr prem LINCOLN 2001 LS Srt GTS, auto, A/C, s unroof,
$17,235 (813)643-1896 A cd, A/C, athr75,k 5spd9 K m l kireatcond 7 50ike new, lowtmiles, ........ white, V-6, 4-dr, auto., whls,loadedexcond Le 100k m, rear body
FORD 1997 F150i off road rack 85K mle Gi shape' $2,500m813 1 $7,60813- 0 0 or Trade. CHEVY 1957 PICKUP, 3100 A/C stereo, good condo. garage kept. 20K ml. Mp~, lo8Kn.! arrGold, cDdama.0e884 5o0.
0x 8,3rrd6d $1 80-8139 1219 Paul 3rVE6336196 HONDA 300 FOURTRAX obs 3sta $7180 (813 m ewte)Sd 404-57730.o 81986813-936-0668-79874-3197
slde,l, 3. lir, l 15,r .O8193-791 0-711 Fibre wR) E 1 ,u .. R1cVeh 7 s -t $19,500s r g- 295. FORD 2003 MUSTANG GT, (813) 6819 TOYOTA 1993 COROLLA,
auep NKglassody,2 motorsF 1 new tires, extended SUZUKI 1990 INTRUDER Call 32-63-7566 CHEVY 2000 Z28 CAMERO 5- d siver/b MAZDA 1996 Miat auto, ice cold air, ew
831-760 m6achine12 hard P warranty till Set 1400,8,567 miles, excel- 46 600 mRed, 5 eT-Top, 2 oea, mint cond,2 1K o, Mn indi- i n
F O R D .2 0 0 0 .F R r s e ts o f r. B oth Ti tl&e $ 1 5 ,0 0 0 8 1le n t c o n d itio n a s k mg C n ei 1 9 6 9 C he v e le W 8MI uDtAMa g n a -i9,2 0 0 o b oa &c e r

DODOGNVERSIONV 97 GvourC013-7 D1 Haraeyl965Electra.Glide, DONATE YOUR VEHICLE 'ms e e Wm tCust-onne5 0b a13-966-97t 7- a0 80Hondas te is,
exc cond new DG 0 V8 flow3000 h $148500074-867
D e5 3 97 200 Please call Mau,350 V-8, atoflo ex -833-1033r 813-766-9129
miexc conan7 ,w492r16s30. se LEXUS 2001 LX470,Lt E-24-0300 blue. $10000 OO-2 obo, Must See JAGLow -.. 002.XK8 con. e-a, d yrhire aobeacn ,is ....
rakes bed liner am/f m FORD 1995 EXPLORER rn/bege, 46K mi. lark 13- 99-3193 Mile(813)831-03'15 HONDA 1990 Accord DX $s800bo 813-961-9388 TOYOTA 1996 Tercel
casstilt, tow .o$8700 XLT, V6,auto,4WD P/S. Levinson audio, new SUZUKI 1994 KATO'NA, CMeil47-8252 146K... ..coldAC,,Excelleni Mazda 1996 MX6, MEdi- good condition.$290d
FORD 1989 EONOLNE today, its easC,/W, t' s eco- Sampson pes.C, leaforward SPOT whis C Y LUMINA, Vrem conoun dvd aa. syst ept. tio 76k miles auto813-o-0000 ald 813-94riad of mo-0280

350 Customized Van, nomical and It's fun! controls. garaged+ e len o Ri ourgarageofbugs- mum sound, heated oo tohel p pou in.the
FORD87K mi. $4,000 Who s ays you can't mix Tonsofextras. AVT RISIN. ,a 0,.813-9, 62 V Bugs that Is! Place seats, much more! 12K You'llfindvaluebus drivers aT When it's
CabSH. XLT,ra4kmi, al l Camper business with pleaobosu or smaer vehiclPuff e 813.246.5 11813.546.6344 15kmiles locks, cruise, low mile $47500 Tama advertised in Classified time to buy steer to-

Ready.a 813-642-0246 Call Classified today! 813-267-1413 WUCre CLASSIFIED WORKS class 649. 91a-302-3A01 each and every day ward Classified!
red/si$v 2-tone, exc 8013-356-931,334-03 $30,90081398-62 '5-4 995 door cold, AC power $5500obo. 813-654-8589 reliable car, white,grey
con d $13,900 FORD 199~" ~Ierr LINCOLN 1999 Navigator Suzuki 2000 Katana 750, 8 3-49 windows, mini-condi- A999 MiataNardi nt,139kn!i,.eve gt-pg
813-454-3000 ... S backgo b t excond7KmiYosi-mu- CHEVY,2004 Impala, 1800 tion, great on&gas. 158k Tonrino G-Nreien P wor1-r376-8230065-72
FORD 20031FI5014WD5. CcustOmwstereo, good Perfect inside&tR ra exhaust, tank bra, gel CHEVY 1979 Co-vette L82, mi. lke new, all power, miles, $25.0 obo. CioD', GrBepA T813"376"8230'685-7722
sdV6l 19K,' ee v.n. atnr 325-5456/863-619-6671 et..$40 8U3-677-77 leather int,/T-fops116k warranty $10495 .. .60 '25Kxc. Cond. TOYOTA"1999 AVALON
off road tires. 13,900. $5 01 Uncoln 2000 Naviator SUZUKI 2001, Katana 600, wwwrn n 813-47 red, black leather,7 -08, garket loaded,
Cal(813)289T mle6l- bow.milesnewatiresn,8 .m/view-detail Chrysler 1994 Lebaron recent timing b 18Kmi;ESilver ,cGreyuthr 63 Kml $
looksrunsgood,Bsyd, Ithr,6disk,towg,e tow exc. tains chairsotow skg, B3ai-2 12-CneilGToatysoem, exception-eTOYOTA71999 Avalon XLSi
%I. good cond, 2150 cond.99K.$13 0iOBO. $19,000.813-335-0956 SUZUKI 2002 15001kntrud- CHEV1980 Z2, 74k u 52-45 9-'-Honda-1995 Civic EXRed
oo813-Honda71995aCvEXR-el-lN04an-ericLC.,essthan iansnon-smokera130I second
rless than11K mi, miles, DaytonYellow, rf, all wr, tint Italian At-rims. $9999. silver Int. New
727-9624 FORD1999ExplorerXLT.4 raded.RadiotSys, D o hethd566n 8ue autoair, new 350. CHRYSLER1994LHS, Ask- mi, auto,odr,ilooks and Days813-960-2288 tires. Asking $9250 Call
ISUZU 2000 Rodeo, 4 dr, door, whitew/tan leath- PlayerlessthanlKMi, 813 t 2424 $5000.813-310-5610. ngi$3,500uu 0001owner runs reat _5ObO. Eves813-961-0268 813-963-189c:310-1294
Air, AutoV6 Cass New erTinterior, one$ow5er,00 15813 7830 -Ta 1 pignterlor clean,, good 0.--9 MERCEDES 1995 E420, Toyota202000Rav4,4door,
Tirs 67K WhitenTilt95kriles, $6500 oo. 81A160-783 Titan1997Choper,exc 1965 Corvair Monza Con- co. lre run HONDA1996 ACCORD LX Newpaint,.emerald gmn, all power, new tires,
Exc. Cond. $7,250 j813-966-5534. PORSCHE 2004 CAYENNE conditions. 2,100. rAuto, RED w/Wh good.u_1o_986-o,_o 4 dr, auto.CD 95k f leaner nt must see, new brakes, 70K mi,
727-207-0558 Want Ads Turbo SUV, dlx, must 83-451-7533' To Restored, New Ev- CHRYSLER 2002 PT Cruls- owner white' $5100 1 l0. black&gray.S800
NISSAN 2000 Frontier SE FORD 1999 Explorer XLT, sell, low mil, fully erhin M ust Gott erwLoaded, Clean like 3very g, d On, clean! 813-995-9110.220-1516 Call727-92-4196
Crew Cab exccond, 77K 4dr Black w/Grey t. equipped 84900. Carl WANTEDSportBikes.Any $900o6813-855-3561 new Great Car, Good on 813 MERCEDES 19975500 TOYOTA 2002 SOLARA
mi.special tires, only 94k miles, one owner, year, any cond. We pa- FORD 1968 Mustang, col- 8131 CLASSFEDWORKS Champagne Color 45K 32K i loaded 666
500. WesieChapel ver ood condition. S casn. top & & lectors deal. Many xtra MiGreat Cnd.$,900 warr. Exc condo. Asking
a1 1-786-22-$12 65 0.116-965-6797 VITARA, 68K miles, V6,4 Acc. 813-651-2522 partsmotor/tranv rebuilt CHRYSLER 2005 Sebrino HON.,DA 17t Aiccord 727-647-9166 $450 813-689-3405
WantKAds2 runsgood. 550obo. Conv. Loaded, -BlacR wel mainained. .18
WantLds Ford 1999 Explorer Sport, door. $5,500 Call THROTTLE FACTORY 813.2465911 13.546.6344 Beauty, Remainder of CD, 93K m book value
NISSAN 2000 Frontier SE Blue auto, 39k miles, 813-996-6462 YAMAHA 2003 Y Warran 16500BO. Sell for 700. MERCEDES 1999 C280 au- TOYOTA 2002 SPYDER
gFretonverMHExc60eRFOad16 Bosunroof CD cha n-,
DesertRunner, extcab, grea8cond.$10320000.. TOYOTA 19934 RUNNER, ALL CHROMEDu O UT FORD 1972 MUSTANG 813-95o-1164 ,m99gC-ivic-H to, w'ui anr leather, c o e
to 92K ml, pw/I ac 813-541-2780 V6, auto 4WD P/S P/B 2900m xdnewOenU e C ertaisb AOLLS R0ackPurplespdn120k 816500
AC, P7/*, til, stereo gara ekep $7,99 00 t e 1985,classHcRconverttle,00 re
bed/er tinteoxc cond. FORD 1999 Explorer 4WD, sunroof lthr $6400: (811 841-0463 oaInt, etc. $20, "50 ori- c iccne000 mles,$500obo, 0 813-839-2416417-885
e auer, Lt Grn 813-356-33134-5033813) 685-5808- 45k orim, $49,000 13-881-7 MERCEDES 1999 ML320
$OyOTA9900 PICt 1 4FORD1972LMUSTANGc sunroof,n20" custom 4r, autoperfect, baby
TOOA1 9 Ftedl milooks &runsgreat- loaded sunroof tow 1500 ml asking $7800 other muscle car ens CORVE-I 9 HONDA1998AcordEXV6, wheels, priced to sell" on way! L PS cruise
A/ktRuns &Great !New $ k u econdwtionin firm Calafter 'elln Eon 17 er Upgradedo.Wheels, $15,90027-365-2090 ol e
a/Rets G& print o 813 215-9440 serious in uiries.A .1 g..e....aintRtires. lakoi erB 95K $ M D1 99900Lo500
813-805-719o FORD2000EXPEDITIONE an ,out 73k miles 813215-0itorin new a' oilerBrcCond M$9,5-
$2,995 5 Bauer,4.6L, allpwr,wh $ $14.900.813-293-5601 166 Golf Cars i 11pm. 727-376-386 W50 .813- -4667 e e Volvo 1999 GLT S70,123k
630 scrnsK, ownr ar'd TOYOTA 20004Runnler VOLKSWAGON 1958 CORVETTE 1981, exc HONDA 1998 CIVIC HX imles, 1
I Heavy Duty $14Kobo 813-671-~3107 R l,.oaded.e 86K,. 5, Golf Cart, 1997 Transporter Bus, Excel- condeglassT-tops auto r, 2 au w ra clean loaded. Fc exc s$ap.s ,ulaClfack,
saddle itnr,, r rck, tow Bombardier, lights, lent condition, drive Ithr, codn air, new-pai on hard top'rack $29,995. 121
DODGE 1998 Ram 1500 FORD 2000 xedition k runbrd ws signals, trunk. s hometoda Makeoffer! & tires.$ 13,500. K le a 813-317-697
SLT quad cab, V8,179K XLTloaded Keyless, J.IU00hoDO -417-7677 great! $4500. 920-222-62 813-404-1 8' 5e3Omle Gassve6
mi. pw pd1, cruisetow813689 grut crion miles,8138-8$3'300. 813-620-0926 MERCEDES 2000 SLK230 VOLVO 2000 S-80, T6
ekecsli6e C 'Toyota2001R4RunnerCLimCOrti.moondustext.tanwthr
748, leather. 81i71-3046 ited Style, V6, fully load- GOLF CARS: 2002 E-Z Go XK Healey/ /G.U R3 auto, new tires new s HONDA 2001 Accord EX noausto CDaonvwhtb e t mint condo fully
edsunroof, erfectcon-" 2000.:2001 E-ZGo$1800 MGA. any con ition. brakes. Exc cond.I 78K sedanslver, runs & Le 1u o w loded5 3Kmin co warr.
DODGE 2002 Ram 1500 GMC1991Jumm Oneofa dition $1 350 obo -Z Go 36 volt remain. CashMbu will oup:. mi, private owner. oks2-reat,loade3dun- 8814dor2,430-7829 $15,90d.813-363-5 31
45 c c-5311. cars$3295.'02-ClubCars (407) 620-695 $14,500 352-797-9252 813-35-12. Mercedes 2001 CL very Volvo 2001S60, excellent
4DRcrew allowed' 1 famalyowned,,4.p3w V6,Volvo02e$1935lCal800-571-1644....................................tion'leather..
dark blue loth int' auto, 2dr, loaded, FM TOYOTA 2002 Highlander .CANTIQUEtANDCLASSICCORVETTE1999C HONDA 2002 Accord goodcon, oa ed, r, condition, leather, all
$17,500 13-986-501 31Cass ctintd $2500 bo. OLimteE.writiner,3 G AT CARS for sale. Call blue /tan, 6,spa.chome -atmileage, 4 sunroof one owner power ext wrty, auto.
95-4 n,3863-763-6266 or whshsup 35K Corsa an 4 door ,
JEEP 1984 CJ-7 4sp, 2586 GMC, ,mi, 99-5.firm wanted. Buy/Sell/rade 863-697-1319 pipes 12 disc orn' own- auto, an 435 do $39,900.,813-629-0673813145 35O43
cyl, new carb, purple 1998 SUBURBAN 81388-1 21 541-3797 Chargers parts a llrelat- striebelautosales coin er$26,450.813-235-4290 power, AC, CD, al- Mercedes 2001 ML320 8 3
paint, l ,- 3 i u13900 mi whte. R -o"s, baied one owner. 76K mi, [thr.int, SR, CD, VOLVO 2005 S40, less
'aint,4p'Uft,t33iitires,., 2.WD h Ie. I Scooter e.813644515 Ruskin e CORVETTE 200350TH Mint. $13800. newtires,Drakes.Just than 2000 miles 5
new top & new y. 7 200,Super .......u..... i cooesVT in I ..
$6500obo813-787t4794 Cyl $ lperBu' 331Mpeds 116371 ATVs i For Sale A n n iv e r s a r 77514-4099 had 75K Maint. $14,650 speed, Green.
Vans Great Value (81d2,0e0Convertible1Excellen IMALA 1996SS grey Call 813-624,5747 C 226566

less, pwr windows and below Kelley book: trunk, 5108 ml $1850 owned. 813-267-4104 w aysBac tires, headliner, ve INFINITi 1999 G20800 ristine condition. Only carfax. n$9450er, ave
S001 HONDA 300 FOURTRAX $700obo" 813-376-0314 reliable, runsigrear. min 813-986-1709874-3197
813-843-8210/ 237-2016INFINTI dUU2001 .X,84,all31635tMotorcyclesIATV ,,.. B 193 34m 95/obo.813... 2 to, WD 4 C,$.250, Betten than new. OnlyVW 2004 JETTA 1.8T
7 ower-P1earlWnite 2yr acon ition low ours. BDWealer maintain. "Dodge 1995 Eagle Vision, Suer uy 8158-'/ $tte 26 bn7y FACTORYEXC
CHRYSLER 1996 T&C LX Mtxtendeedwarranty:Texc.Ch...i-eat$BMW0.. 199632 134K.m Runs good great or13-877-6970PS LRu $75,900.727-647-2177 V FALCT R.sp
Loaded74KV38Ler 2005 Rigid, Cal813-882-3227 terr 2000MERCURY 2001 SABLE PS
$4995obo condition, new8tires346?1, 5 degree treiesno. 2. Infiniti 2003 G35 Coupe, Silver w/Cray20thrint.d nashn+6discCD, lowlxii,
813-3-0370........ 5,500HN 1 "rr 127 ci, 140 coultimae 60 IVehicles 813-310-4225 Ca18.. ..- red,automatic, sunroof, chrome wheels,h6CDn mint.enecrao gif.
THINKINGOFHAVING 300rear1ire, a1chrome44W 0 bl DODGE 1999Intrepid.Full 6discCDchanger leath- changer, low ml All $16,499iobo.8"-579
A GARAGE SALE? $29,900. 863-324-5168 I Wanted BflaWlsZ3 4 lc'hw'C Power, 57K Mi, W/Elec. er, sportewhas.uoEc26,900.ae o n $0Pi Ip d
ODGEv 1997 Give our Classified De- Harley1965 Electra-Glide, DONATE YOUR VEHICLE miles, completely ser- Handy~ca lift, Exc 813-966-9788o$,500 813-918-1000 Hondas, Chevys
CONVERSION VAN partment a call and n t te t the "Orig 1800 viced & read" for sale. CondA. 500 0 JAG
Low Mileage.-$8 0050. qui, cnvenent c runs great. $13500. CHARITY ARS! You $9,900o0o81-215-5538 o- 23k mi, Mint, Garaged' Marquis GS beige For listing 800-749-8167,
813.26.95e Jim813-760-7223 market value even l Owner, Beautiful ed, XKR Wh/s/new tire nk CD/tape NEEDACARORTRUCK?
DODGE 2005 Handicap commune of custom w/the new Tax Laws. chan whitew/an Extremely Well main- $26 800 813-249-0202
Van, 10' lowered floor sager to examine HARLEY 1999 XL1200 S 100% Charity- Not a t mmac co nW tamed, Alpmne/Infinity Hm773-230-0305 Cell hi02000 a Cruise through classi-
power ram d12006t Exc.Cond.01k commercial fundraiser* Stereo EPA 27 MPt field's columns! Classi-
miles. Call 72f-'492-1630 sell- clothes, bikes ha- m spOrt model, /0 w....80chari-.rs o g $.4,900813-601-2060. 00, m JAGUAR 2002 XK8 Con- hi ll ed is the car shopper's
by items, tools, you eng. Sport Supsension." BMW 97 i Hwyi ' vertibleAspen reen/ ef AM/FMCDa- showroom that never
na a, i ay ourad Screaming Eagle Carb tan t pn e closes. Each edition of-
FORD1989 ECONM INE n ia ce your ad Scra ig Eagle CrS SPOT miles, 1 owner, sport 813-651-5196oto43p1832 ,lwtaneaL s clean, -6K. a Myid of

Ready. 813-642-0246 Call Classified today. 813-267-1413 WOVRKS.. CLASSIFIED WORKS class 649. '911-302-301 each and every day ward Classified!

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99 Mazda Miata I

01 Ford FlSO Crew

98 Nissan 200SX
97 Honda Civic
96 Toyota Camry
96 Ford F50
99 Nissan Altima
99 VWJetta
97 Mitsubishi Eclipse
96 Toyota Tacoma
02 Buick Century
00 Honda Civic
99 Toyota Camry
97 Volvo 960-16
99 Nissan Maxima
02 Mazda B4000


01 GMC Jimmy
01 Nissan Frontier
02 Buick Rendezvous
99 Chevy Silverado
01 Ford Expedition
01 Chevy Silverado
02 Chevy Trailblazer
02 Chevy Silverado
01 BMW 325i
02 BMW 330i
02 Cadillac Seville
01 Toyota Sequoia
03 Dodge Ra 2500 Diesel
04 GMC Yukon


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Payments are for 72 Months w/$1,000 cash or trade plus tax, tag & dealer fee with credit score 740 WAC. All prices are plus
$249.95 dealer fee plus tax, tag & title fees.
** Payments are for 72 Months w/$2,500 cash or trade plus tax, tag & dealer fee with Beacon score of 740 or better WAC.

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Saturday, April 16
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Middleton High School
4801 N. 22nd St., Tampa


This is Relay For Life, a community event where people come together to remember loved ones, inspire others, and celebrate life.
It's your chance to make a difference in the fight against cancer. The money you raise will fund lifesaving research, education,
advocacy and service programs. Call us to register your team for this unforgettable event.

APRIL 15-16: Carrollwood Lake Park. Central Tampa Middleton High School. A 4
New Tampa Freedom High School,. Plant City Plant City High School APRIL 22-23:
Brandon J.C. Handley Sports Complex, South Tampa University of Tampa RELAY
APRIL 29: Westshore Jefferson High School
Hope.Progress.Answers.'/ 1 -800-ACS-2345 /www.cancer.org g


25 regional and local storytellers
500 youth storytellers
Storybook character parade
Puppet shows
Book fair
Multicultural storytelling
Mother Goose's Corner
For more information, call 813-274-7741
or visit www.tampastory.org
Sponsors: Friends of Tampa Recreation Inc., Friends of the Parks,
Friends of the Library and our many other community supporters.

Art Council nf Hillnwough County


s Tampa-Hillsborough County LIFE PRINTED DAILY.
Public Library Cooperative