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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE




THE COURIER
THURSDAY, MAY 5, 2005 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


F-


BUILDING FAITH


in the
NEWS


THEATER
Plant City Entertain-
ment presents "Lend
Me a Tenor."


PAE 3


DIGEST
Find out about
today's National Day
of Prayer activities.

PAGE 4


BRIGGS


Local military
members earn
distinctions.


PAGE 8


'k in orderfor us to better minister to the community, we're going to
%, do a lot of expansion. We know we're going to need more space to
reach the people moving to this area." DAVID JONES pastor


TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
Helen Keen and James "Sonny" Jones are
longtime members of the church. "I think
we have alot of respect for each other
here," Jones said of the congregation.


Lighting


Paths For


130 Years

Turkey Creek First Baptist
Church has come a long way
since starting out under a
thatched pavilion in 1875.


By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
INDEX Turkey Creek First Baptist Church liter-
ally grew from the wilderness of East Hills-
borough County.
CAlINDAR In the late 1800s, the area southwest of
PAGE Plant City was known for its abundance of
wild turkeys. The fowl would gather
CLASSIFIED around the creek that would become the
1PA n community's namesake.


CROSSWORD


FAMILY LIVING
NUE I
SPORTS
MI 18
............................. Pastor David Jones
WORSHIP talks about a
UG 1i passage from Kings
............................. I, "W hen G od
Interrupts Our
Silence."


IN THE TRIBUNE
Heres a preview of
what you'll find in
The Tampa Tribune's
Plant City section
Saturday.
0 A local res-
taurant spices up
its atmosphere
with music from
a mariachi band.


Soon, enough
people had settled
in Turkey Creek for
East Thonotosassa
Baptist Church to
start a mission
there. In 1875, the
Rev. Thomas H.
Jaudon became the
new church's first
pastor. Jaudon and
local men cleared
an area to erect a
small pavilion, or
arbor, using the
trees they brought
down for the struc-
ture and the pews


and the palm fronds for the roof.
Back then, the roads were little more
than trails and on occasion the Jaudon
family and other members had to negoti-
ate high water in order to, as a written
church history puts it, "keep their appoint-
ment with the Lord."
Now Turkey Creek Baptist Church is
celebrating 13 decades of growing along
with the community. Despite a primitive
beginning, the church now boasts a multi-
ple building campus, full day care service,
programs for young and old, and a steady
membership.
After 130 years of progress and 25 pas-
tors, members say it still has the intimate
feeling that was likely shared under the
thatched roof of the arbor. There are


roughly 200 congregation members on the
rolls, and many of them gathered last
month for a special service and gospel
concert to commemorate the occasion.
"It's a church that has a sweet and
caring fellowship," said Lynn Roberts, 40,
who was raised in the church and whose
children are fourth generation members.
"The church has a special family atmos-


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Two congregation
4L.9 ,f' members are silhou-
etted against a
stained glass window
during Sunday service
at Turkey Creek First
Baptist Church. At
left, the congregation
rises to its feet during
a service. The
church's sanctuary
seats about 350, and
the church has an
active membership of
roughly 200.

phere and it's a blessing to worship with so
many wonderful people."
Building on faith
The arbor didn't suffice for long. The
church, with its 26 charter members, built
a log cabin on property deeded to the con-
See FAITH, Page 12


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An Afternoon of Information with John C. Carrozzella, M.D.
If you think you might need, or are planning to have, joint replacement
surgery, this talk is for you. Join orthopaedic surgeon Dr. John C. Carrozzella
Sfor an informative discussion of the latest developments in the technique and
. -. technology of joint replacement surgery.

Tuesday, Maly 10
Noon
Bethel Baptist Church
3125 W. Socrum Loop Road, Lakeland
Lunch provided.
Registration is preferred.
Please call (863) 858-5525 to confirm your spot.
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Free Blood Pressure Checks
Tuesday, 1-2pm
Hospital Main Lobby
No appointment necessary.
Cost: Free

Cholesterol Screenings
Total Cholesterol/HDL/Glucose
4th Tuesday of every month, 7-2pm
Hospital Main Lobby
No appointment necessary.
Cost: $12 (no fasting required)

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

June 1&2, 9am- 1pm
Community Conference Room
Registration required.
Cost: $10

Basic Life Support
for Health Care Providers
May 7, 9-11 am (recertification only)
June 6, 6-1 Opm (new certification only)
Community Conference Room
Registration and pre-payment required.
Cost: $30 (includes book and card)


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

June 30-August 4, 7-9pm
Administrative Conference. Room
Cost: FREE

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

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


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

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

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

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

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


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


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BRIEFLY

Quiet zones deemed
too expensive
City Manager David Sollen-
berger said the city does not
intend to pursue a study of the
city's railroad crossings
because the city does not have
the money to create quiet
zones.
A consulting firm submit-
ted to the city a proposal to
study all of the crossings to
assess the cost needed to
establish the quiet zones that
would be adhered to by pass-
ing railroad trains. The study
would cost the city about
$42,782.
CSX Transportation Inc.
will not adhere to quiet zones
unless special track and cross-
ing safety systems are
installed.
The same consultant did a
study for Hillsborough
County, charging $89,913 to
determine how quiet zones
could be put in place in Bran-
don, Valrico and Dover. The
consultant estimated the cost
to create about 15 quiet zones
in those area ranged from $4.7
million to $23 million,
depending on the level of
safety requirements needed.
Sollenberger said the city
would continue to stay in con-
tact with the county and CSX
on the matter.
Charles Clark, the city's
senior engineering inspector,
said there are .44 railroad
crossings over public streets
within the city.
Bus delivery delayed
The city expects delivery of
its new public transit buses
this month, allowing it to
implement its own system
and end its contract with the
Hillsborough .Area Regional
Transit Authority, or HART-
line.
The buses were expected to
be delivered in April, but the
manufacturer moved the new
delivery date to the middle of
May.
The delay requires the city
to ask for another extension of
service from HARTline to
allow for uninterrupted
service, said City Manager
David Sollenberger. The con-
tract with HARTline calls for
$6,000 to $7,000 each month,
with two months being the
normal duration. The city is
asking HARTline to allow an
early termination time if the
buses are delivered and can
be made ready for service dur-
ing the contracted extension
period.

Roseland Park
improvements planned
The city has accepted a pro-
posal for engineering services
from the firm Boggs and
Butcher to design the exten-
sion of a 6-inch waterline to
service the Roseland Park
development.
The city will pay the firm
$6,475 for a design that will
help provide 580 feet of water-
line and a fire hydrant
assembly. The actual
construction is expected to
begin in September, with bids
for the work to be completed
at the end of July, city officials
said.
There are no cost estimates
for the construction.
See BRIEFLY, page 15





MAY 5 2005 THEECOURIER 3


CALENDAR


City Moves On Inoperable Vehicles


THURSDAY
Bruton hosts
mystery writer
Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St.
will host Tampa author
Tim Dorsey May 5 at 7
p.m.
The mystery writer and
former Taimpa Tribune
reporter will be available
after the program for book
signing.
Call: 757-9215.

FRIDAY
Compost workshop
Hillsborough Counn s
Extension Service and die
Department of Solid
Waste will present a
"Compost Happen,,"
workshop May 6 at 1 p.m.
at Alderman Ford Park.
9625 Canoe Launch Loop
(on Highway 39 south of
State Road 601 in Lithia.
Attendees will receive a
free compost bin and
thermometer.

SATURDAY
Breakfast benefits
PCHS Band
The Plant City High
School Band will host a
pancake breakfast fund-
raiser MNay 7 from 7:30 to
11:30 a.m. at the Plant City
Elks Lodge No. 1727. 1501
N. Alexander St.
Tickets are $5 and may
be purchased at the door.
All proceeds benefit the
band. The Elks donated
use of the building, the
supplies for the breakfast,
and will cook.
Call: 759-0469.

Indoor yard sale
The Woman's Club of
Plant City will host an
indoor yard sale May 7
from 8 a.m. to noon at its
clubhouse, 1110 N.
Wheeler St. There will be
baby items, household
items, stereo, books,
See CALENDAR, Page 16


NEW EFFORT IN CODE
ENFORCEMENT
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The city commission
recently took action that puts
new and sharpened teeth into
the code enforcement ordi--
nance.
City code enforcement offi-
cials have been taking the
time necessary to remove
abandoned and inoperable
cars from private property for
many years. But the number
of rusting vehicles in sight
from public roads grew to epi-
demic proportions, code
enforcement officials said.
Dennis Sweeney, the direc-
tor of the department, was
sent to a code enforcement
seminar in 2004 to see what
other municipalities in Florida
were doing. .
"We have to find a way to
force residents to comply with
the rules we have in place,"
Sweeney said last year. "Vol-
untary compliance is the pre-
ferred method. But we. have
found that some people just
won't comply. We need to put


Photo courtesy the city of Plant City
The city is cracking down on residents who leave inoperable
cars such as this one on their property.


some teeth into the rules."
Sweeney's findings have
gradually transferred to the
recent action taken by the city
commission.
On April 25 the commission
voted unanimously to order
the removal of any and all
inoperable or wrecked vehi-
cles at 1118 W. Ball St.
Code enforcement
inspector Rachel Wooten
marked the occasion as signif-
icant.


"This is the first time the
city commission has used its
powers to enforce this
particular ordinance," Wooten
said. "The owners of the
property removed several
vehicles that were not in com-
pliance with code enforce-
ment, but two of the vehicles
remained until the city com-
mission acted."
The city contracted a
wrecker service to remove the
cars last week, Wooten said.


City Manager David Sollen-
berger said the city commis-
sion adopted code
amendments last year that
allow the commission to direct
staff to bring properties into
code compliance. These
actions can be taken if the staff
has followed procedure on the
code violation and the Code
Enforcement Board finds thai
the commission should act on
the complaint.
The decision by the com-
mission directs staff to remove
the offending vehicles on the
property, charging the land
owner with the reasonable
costs of bringing the property
into code compliance. Sollen-
berger also noted that the city
has the right to fine the ownei
of the property for any costs to
the city.
According to city records
the Code'Enforcement Board
ruled on Jan. 27 that the ownei
of 1118 W. Ball St. was in viola-
tion of city code. The order
was given to have the vehicles
removed by Feb. 18. On March
15 a notice of continued non-
compliance was issued and
the board forwarded the order
to the city commission.


Plant City Entertainment Lends A 'Tenor


COMEDY OPENS
THIS WEEKEND
By TONYMARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
It would be a good idea to
lend your undivided attention
to "Lend Me a Tenor," says
one cast member of Plant City
Entertainment's upcoming
production of the show.
"There's enough cranial
humor and physical humor to


keep. everyone entertained,"
said Rick Faurote, who plays
Saunders, general manager of
the Cleveland Grand Opera
Co. "It will definitely keep
everyone on their toes. There's
a lot going on, often at one
time."
PCE will present the Ken
Ludwig comedy May 6-7 and
May 13-14 in the auditorium
at Hillsborough Community
College's Plant City campus,
1206 N. Park Road. Showtime
is 8 p.m.


Tickets are $10 for adults, $8
for senior citizens and stu-
dents, $7 for PCE members.
The show chronicles the
chaos that ensues after Max,
the meek understudy of opera
star Tito Merelli, also known
as II Stupendo, goes on in his
place.
Longtime PCE member
April Smith, who has starred
in several shows including
"The Wizard of Oz," directs
the show, with Josh Mange
assisting.


Smith directed for the first
time last year, choosing
another Ludwig show, "Moon
Over Buffalo." She said
"Tenor" is just as funny.
"It has a good range of char-
acters and it's an ensemble
cast," Smith said. "Every single
character is different and
funny in their own way."
Melissa Alvarez plays
Maggie, Saunders' daughter
who is looking for a fling and is
See TENOR, Page 14


NOTE TO READERS
The phone and fax numbers for The Courier have changed. The phone
number for news and advertising is 865-4430. Fax is 865-4449.


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own private lake in Riverview, Florida.
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and minutes away from one of the largest


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Located 1 mi. south of Riverview
from intersection of Boyette Rd. and
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cord games. bingo, arts and crafts, computer club,
drama club. billiards and golf teams
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At left, members of the Plant City Garden Club
present Bill Ulbricht, chief operating officer of
South Florida Baptist Hospital, with a certificate
from the Landscape Design Council of the Florida
Federation of Garden Clubs Inc. recognizing the
hospital for its attractive landscaping. The Plant
City club submitted the hospital for considera-
tion. From left are: Liz Miller, Darcy Stottlemyer,
jan Griffin, Ulbricht, Lois Reichard and hospital
staff member Karen Kerr. Above, Alice Schlie-
mann, right, a member of the Woman's Club of
Plant City, welcomes Ellie Biddle, left, and Abbie
DeWeese to the club's table at the recent Chil-
dren's Fun Fest at Hillsborough Community
College. Several club members helped prepare for
the event and offered felt flowers for children to
make floral bracelets.











Photo courtesy Kathy Smith
Caitlyn Smith, third from left, recently played the
starring role of Emma in the play of the same name,
put on by Lakeiand Christian School, where Smith is
a junior. Smith is the daughter of Steve and Kathy
Smith of Plant City. Dallas Elwell, left, also per-
formed in the play. She is in the 10th grade and is the
daughter of Colleen and Richard Elwell of Plant City.
Also shown are Sean McNutt and Carl Derks.


Submitted photo


Above left, Scott Warren, left, the Plant City Family YMCA's new executive director, chats with Dave Miller, Betty Chambers and Judy Frame during a recent fund-
raising luncheon at Outback Steakhouse in Plant City. The event raised $800 for the Y's "We Build People" campaign, which allows low-income families to join the Y
on a sliding scale. Above right, the members of Puppets with a Purpose, along with adult leaders Susan Gitlin, left, and Lynn Helms, right, show off the tools of their
trade. The group, organized about five years ago, performs shows that convey Christian values, often writing their own scripts. The puppeteers meet Sunday after-
noons at First Presbyterian Church. For more information, call Helms at 717-9555.


PLANT CITY DIGEST

The City That
Prays Together...
Plant City will come together in
prayer today in the morning, at noon
and at night.
Somebody Cares Plant City is coor-
dinating the city's activities for the
National Day of Prayer, celebrated -
May 5 around the country.
Here's a rundown of the events:
Prayer breakfast, 7 to 8 a.m. at First
United Methodist Church's Wesley
Centre, 202 W. Reynolds St. The Rev.
Tim Ireland of the Christian Leader-
ship Council is the featured speaker.
Prayer will be offered by various pas-
tors and business leaders. A $5 dona-
tion is requested.


Noon prayer, noon to 1 p.m., Sadye
Gibbs Martin auditorium, city hall, 302
W. Reynolds St. Pastors David Delph,
Thomas Thoeni and Julio Santana are
hosts.
Evening praise and prayer, 7 to 8
p.m. at Plant City Church of God, 2103
Mud Lake Road. Pastor Robert Herrin
is host along with Pastor Don Mason.
For information, contact the Rev.
Norm Blanton, coordinator of events
for Somebody Cares Plant City, at 752-
4671.

Raising Margarita
Glasses And Money
There's no shirt too loud for this
event.
The Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce will host its fourth annual
Margarita Ball May 14 from 7 p.m. to


midnight at the Walden Lake home of
chamber chairman Rick Lott and his
wife, Di.
Tickets are $100 per person.
The event, known for its casual Car-
ibbean dress code and bounty of sweet
libations, helps raise money for the
chamber's scholarship program.
Money also will go toward updating
the organization's computer software.
The ball will feature informal buffet
dining, a live auction, casino games,
island-style band and valet parking.
Some auction items up for bid
include vacation packages to Naples,
St. Augustine and Colorado; diamond
jewelry; a full-day fishing trip; and a
three-night cruise for two.
For information, call 754-3707.

On Duty
Plant City Police officer David Han-


cock was selected as employee of the
month in April for observations lead-
ing to an arrest and the recovery of
drugs and drug paraphernalia. The
arrest led to the removal of career
criminal from the street, officials said.
Police Sgt. Dale Peterson was given
an Outstanding Performance Award
by the department recognizing his
work leading to a successful suicide
intervention and the eventual surren-
dering of the subject.
Officer David Hancock also received
an Outstanding Performance Award
for his proactive style while on patrol.
Hancock was responsible for a traffic
stop that placed a habitual traffic and
career drug offender off the street, city
officials said.
Police detectives Trey Towles, Matt
Lawson, Sgt. Jim Shultz and Jay Best

See DIGEST, Page 16


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BUSINESS


Industrial Giant Offers Local Services


BUSINESS
BRIEFS


HEALTH FAIR SLATED
FOR MAY 14
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
An upcoming health fair hosted by a
local industrial firm will offer the
chance to check your cholesterol, glu-
cose, blood pressure or other health-
related functions.
Alcoa Engineered Products, 1650
Alumax Circle, is sponsoring the free
health fair May 14 from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. at the facility. The plant is off Syd-
ney Road at the north end of Industrial
Park Road.
"This is one of the ways that we can
give back to a community that has sup-
ported us since 1969," said Tom Jones,
the plant's operation manager.
The health fair will include food and
drinks and ice cream. A magician will
be on site to entertain adults and chil-
dren from noon to 2.
"Community service is a big part of
our overall operation," said Pamela
Mecham, the local Alcoa human
resource manager. "We recognize that
employee safety and health, and the
health of families and the community
are important to our success. This
health fair is a way that we can benefit
the community and perhaps introduce
them to our employees, our company
and our plant."
The event will include:
A Cigna insurance company
representative, who will answer ques-
tions regarding health insurance.
Sickle cell blood tests using a


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Alcoa employee Jose Grenea, right, works on the vertical paint line at the Plant
City manufacturing facility off Industrial Park Road while Tom Jones, the plant's
operations manager, center, talks with Steve Rodriguez, the plant's technical
manager.


painless finger prick device.
A mental health representative
from Lakeland Regional Medical
Center.
Fire department employees offer-
ing home safety advice.
Four therapists giving free 15-min-
ute massages.


"We will have lots of items to give
away, and gift drawings for everyone
who attends," Mecham said.
Alice's Plant City facility, through the
Alcoa Foundation, has contributed
more than $125,000 to charities and
See SERVICE, Page 14


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UPS honors moms
The UPS Store will donate 5
percent of shipping revenue to
the Pregnancy Care Center of
Plant City.
The Pregnancy Care Center is
offers guidance and support to
pregnant women of all ages.
The UPS Store, at 117 W. Alex-
ander St., expects to ship more
than 700 packages during May.
Call: 754-5533.

American Angus
Association news
Next Generation Farm of
Plant City is a new member of
the American Angus Associa-
tion.
With more than 34,000 active
adult and .junior members, the
American Angus Association is
the largest beef cattle registry
association in the world. The
association records ancestral
information and keeps produc-
tion records on individual anim-
als for its members.
Tutoring service
opens local branch
Club Z! in-home tutoring
services has opened a branch in
Plant City and Lakeland.
The company provides one-
on-one tutoring at home by
qualified teachers at times con-
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talent and showmanship, $10.00
Adults/$6.00 Sr. & children. Bring your
appetite for sweets and song and
dance. Will be held in the Eastside
Baptist Church Banquet facility starting
@ 7:00 p.m. Sweetie Pies dessert
buffet provided.


May 23rd, 24th, & 26t"
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COMMENTARY


9 Lives Sometimes Not Enough


By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Normally, when I write commen-
taries, I try to put as much humor in
them as possible.
This story doesn't hold or have
room for much that is humorous.
But the thought persists that it is a
story worth telling.
About two weeks ago one of my
cats, his name was Ralph, was
unfortunately allowed to wander
away from the safety of home.
In his innocence, he literally
walked into the jaws of death, and
was killed by a neighborhood dog
not too far from our house.
The only blame lies in my allow-
ing this sweet, little cat to get out of
my sight while I had him outdoors.
Ralph did nothing wrong. He was
out for a lark. To him there was no
such thing as danger in the world.
He had nothing to fear. Nothing
would hurt him. He was just out
there having fun.
No one can blame the dog or its
owner. The dog was just being a dog.
The owners shooed Ralph away from
their property once. How could they
know he would be attracted by a big,
snarling dog? They couldn't possibly
know. But that was Ralph. Life was
just a great big game.
When the little guy (he was about
18 months old and weighed just less
than 8 pounds) was bit, the dog
owner took Ralph to the closest
veterinarian, but Ralphie died within
-minutes. Ralph wasn't bleeding, he
wasn't torn up. He was still that
pretty, sweet and innocent little cat
that was a joy to my wife and me.
He slipped out of the house on a
Monday. He died the next day after
only about 28 hours of unbridled
freedom. My wife, Karen, and I
searched day and night. We put out
200 fliers with Ralph's picture on it.


We searched on foot, by car and by
bicycle. We talked to people in every
neighborhood that surrounded our
own. It was on Thursday, just before
noon, that we contacted people who
knew what happened, and where we
could go to bring Ralphie home.
We buried him in the yard, under
a large patch of ginger, where he and
his sister Alice played when we let
them out in the yard. We knew we
had to watch them, and we did;
especially little Ralph. He just had
no instinct for fear, and would
wander away in a heart beat. My
guilt and our loss is practically
unbearable.
But this is where the story takes a
turn.
The people that we met while
searching for Ralph, many people
who we didn't know, responded to
our plea for help with compassion
and kindness. We received phone
calls from people who thought they
had seen Ralph; people who went
out of their way to feed a Ralph look-
alike so that we could drive, or walk,
or ride over and see if it was him. We
still get phone calls from people,
children as well as adults, who are
still looking for our sweet cat. Karen
and I ran an ad in The Courier last
week to announce he had been
recovered, and we are grateful for
their help.
Once we had Ralph back home, as
sad as the circumstances were, we
were thankful that we could hug and
kiss him again before he was laid to
rest. Our hearts were broken, but
there was no lingering wonder and
worry. He was home.
So, with our children grown and
on their own, and Ralph's sister Alice
looking for a playmate, Karen and I
did the only thing that we could
possibly think to do. We acquired
three more cats. Some might wonder


what in.the world we are doing.
We certainly can't fix what is
already broken, but we knew that
Alice needed a companion to keep
her busy. And we needed the pitter-
patter of little feline feet romping
around the house.
On the same day that Ralph was
buried we went to the animal shelter
in Brandon, where Ralph and Alice
once called home. We picked out
Roz and Toby, 2-month-old siblings
who are just now getting settled into
their new home.
Alice seems to like Roz a little. Her
fur color is similar to the beige that
Ralph wore. Toby is colored more
like Alice, but being a boy it might
take a while for her to accept him.
And then there is Sundance, or
Sunny Boy, as Karen calls him. He is
about a 3- or 4-year-old male tiger
cat that was living in the woods near
our house. While searching for Ralph
on the first night he was missing,
Sunny Boy showed up, answering
our helping neighbor's cries of "here
kitty-kitty," with a loud meow that
said: "Here I am. What can I do for
you?" He's marked similarly to
Ralph, but more gold than beige.
And he's a big guy, almost 12
pounds.
After getting to know Sunny to be
a sweet and affectionate cat, I
coaxed him to follow me home one
night and we started feeding him. I
recognized that he was neutered and
that in spite of his circumstances it
was obvious that he was not a wild
cat, but merely displaced.
Four or five hundred dollars from
now, Sundance, Roz and Toby will
all be immunized, licensed, regis-
tered and no longer homeless. And
Karen and I will have another
chance of hearing happy cats and
kittens racing through our house.
We are truly thankful for all that we
have had in our lives, and all the
blessings to come.
George H. Newman is a reporter
for The Courier.


COMMENTARY


Telling Kids Sex Is Worth The Wait


By Jerry Lofstrom
It was like a wallop to the middle
of the forehead, an unexpected blow
that shakes you from the well-being
of your own home.
No, is wasn't a terrorist attack or a
Category 5 hurricane in April. It
happened to be public school
officials, state health bureaucrats
and the sexualization of almost
everything invading the well-being
of my home.
Last week, my 13-year-old
daughter carried home a book titled,
"What Teens Need to Know About
Safe Sex," a book advocating the
need for teen sex education in public
schools. The book's preface: sex


abstinence programs for teens
ignore reality and contribute to the
problems of teen pregnancy and the
spread of sexually transmitted
diseases among teens.
Oh, really? Could someone give
me a blood pressure pill, please!
Heavens to Betsy, this book,
promoting the expos on safe sex,
became the topic of our dinner
conversation. Imagine, if you will,
my daughter intervening between
"pass the potatoes" and "I need
another drink" as she reads to us
about the application of condoms to
ensure a safe sexual experience.
Give me another blood pressure
pill, and hurry this time!


I mean, really. Can't they just go
outside and play? Not just the kids,
but the grown-ups who refuse to
leave them alone. Perhaps this is just
the father in me talking, but surely
no one thinks about sex as con-
stantly as sex educators assume kids
do. When it comes to the riveting
issue of howwe should teach kids to
practice sex safely, or not at all, or
some combo thereof it seems that
it's the adults who are consumed
with sex, projecting their own
obsession onto children, who have
been denied the right not to know at
13.
What was for me and other
generations a mysterious and
wondrous thing is now the equiva-

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LITERS


4-H kids deserve

fair shake
Re: "Dover Land Is No Place For A
Fair," Commentary, April 21.
I've heard for several weeks now
about the land in Dover being a
prospect for the Hillsborough County
Fair. In the April 21 issue of The
Courier, I read Lorraine Swindal's
opinion. Now I will tell mine.
I'm sure that many people haven't
even heard of the Hillsborough
County Fair. This is just another small
organization to promote entertain-
ment and support our Hillsborough
County kids with another avenue for
them to show the animals they
worked so hard to raise.
The Hillsborough County Fair is
small in comparison to the Florida
State Fair or the Strawberry Festival.
There are some who would say that
these 4-H kids could show their
animals at the local fair; however, our
local fair has reached a point that
many children are being left out
because of space limitations. -
For instance, the swine show has
room for 75 children to exhibit their
swine and over 300 usually send in
applications for their swine. That
means 225 children go home
disappointed.
The Hillsborough County Fair is
currently being held at Raymond
James Stadium on Dale Mabry
Highway in Tampa. The animals have
to be brought to stadium via trailers.
Most participants live in rural Hills-
borough County.
We desperately need another home
for these kids and their animals. The
middle of Tampa is not appropriate
for this kind of an event, not to
mention the danger that awaits a child
or an animal.
I've heard this debate go back and
forth and don't understand why giving
up a few days of the whole year on this
property will truly hurt anyone. These
kids need an area to exhibit animals,
grow in relationships and help further
their education in the process
Kids need to feel they will and can
make a difference in our neighbor-
hood. All the residents see are the
negative issues and I understand their
concern, but can't we make a way for
the good to come through and not
focus on the negative all the time?
Tami Salter
Plant City
The writer is a member of the 4-H
Hillsborough County Dairy Club.


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FAMILY


LIVING


COMMUNITY

ROUNDUP

Meals on Wheels seeks
volunteers
Meals and Wheels of Plant
City seeks volunteers to
deliver meals and work in the
office.
Drivers use their own cars.
Call: 754-9932.

Open auditions
Plant City Entertainment
Inc. will host auditions for
"Beauty and the Beast" May
9-11 at Hillsborough Commu-
nity College, Building 2 Audi-
torium, 1206 N. Park Road.
All roles available. Be
prepared with 16 bars of
music and to dance.
Production dates are July
8-9, July 15-16 and July 22-23
at 8 p.m. and July 17 at 2 p.m.
Call: 928-1259.

'Lend Me A Tenor'
Plant City Entertainment
will present "Lend Me a
Tenor" May 6-7 and May 13-
14 at Hillsborough Commu-
nity College's Plant City
campus, 1206 N. Park Road.
Showtime is 8 p.m.
Tickets are $10 for adults,
$8 for senior citizens and stu-
dents, $7 for PCE members.
Call: April Smith, 731-0615.

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

African-American Achievers
The Junior Elite Woman's
Club of Plant City will sponsor
the African-American Male
Achievers Scholarship Pro-
gram 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 introduced 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.

Learning center now enrolling
First Baptist Learning
Center and Preschool, 402 N.
Collins St., is now enrolling
children ages 2 to those com-
pleting fifth grade for its
summer program. Registra-
tion is also taking place for the
2005-06 preschool program.
Call: 754-1773.
Music, arts school
First Baptist Church School
of Music and Arts is now
accepting enrollment for its
summer semester.
The school offers private
lessons for children, teens
and adults for piano, strings,
voice, guitar, drums, wood-
winds and brass. Lessons
begin June 6 and last through
July 16.
The school also will offer
"Let's Make Music" June 28-
29. The two-day children's
event will include singing,
instruments, crafts and
refreshments.
Call: 750-4878.


BETTY'S PLACE



Carrier Landing A Success


I'm told Melane Anne Byrd, a 1998
graduate of Plant City High and
daughter of Johnnie and Melane Byrd,
is officially a "hooker" (the name given
to Navy pilots who experience their first
landing on an aircraft carrier).
Mom says her daughter, a U.S. Naval
Academy
graduate, flew
a jet trainer
100 miles off
Sthe coast of
Ir '":' .. Jacksonville
and landed
safely on the
USS John F.
Kennedy (the
only female
landing that
BETTY day). Melane
BRIGGS Anne plans to
continue her
Columnist training in the
F-18 Hornet.
I know Mom
and Dad are sure proud and gave a
sigh of relief when Melane Anne called
from the ship to say her feet were now
on the deck and she is officially certi-
fied to land on carriers.

More to it than brushing, flossing
Eleven Russian dentists recently
converged on Dr. Randy Valdez and Dr.
Tony Jackson at Walden Woods Dental
Associates to find out what makes
American dentistry click.
Seems what fascinated them was not
the fine bridgework or high-tech
bondings, but all 11 wanted their
photograph taken in front of the time
clock.
Employees in Russian dental clinics
often come to work to socialize and the
dentists said they have little control
over their employees' work ethic.
Interesting.
The visit, sponsored by the Plant City
Rotary Club, is part of Productivity
Enhancement Program.

Getting instrumental
High school bands are my favorite
part of parades, which comes from
growing up with Swamp Buggy parades
in Naples and watching the spectacular
Dunbar High School band dance down
Fifth Avenue (I bet the some of you
remember this same band during the
'60s Strawberry Festival parades).
Unfortunately, funding for music in
the schools seems to take a backseat to
the three R's.
We need to support our own Plant
City High School Raider Marching
Band, the Pride of Plant City. An
opportunity is this weekend, May 7,
from 7:30 to 11 a.m. at a pancake
breakfast at the Elks Lodge at 1501 N.
Alexander St.
Elks Club No. 1727 is graciously
Plant City -
dentist Randy
Valdez, back .
row, fifth from -
left, welcomes 11
Russian dentists .
and their
translator to his
office recently
so they could
get an up-close
look at Ameri-
can dentistry. I


Special to The Courier
Cadet Donald Bruno, center, of Plant City High's JROTC Program is recognized as
Cadet of the Year. With him are two Army instructors, Master Sgt. (Ret.) Keith "Top"
Bayard, left, and retired Lt. Col. Gus Julia.


Special to The Courier
Hillary Wall, right, helps her best
friend Sara Rupp get ready for the
Plant City High prom held recently at
the Cuban Club in Ybor City.

providing all the supplies and the
location. Tickets are $5 at the door.
Band director Matthew Green and
Melissa Napier, vice president of the
band parents association, believe these
hard-working, talented kids deserve
some sorely needed new instruments.
All profits will go to that effort.

Commanding cadet
The coveted cadet-saber Cadet of the
Year award and a myriad of other
awards went to Donald Bruno of Plant

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City High's JROTC Program.
Bruno will enter the U.S. Army upon
graduation. Congratulations to this
battalion commander and senior.

Good news
The Battaglia family is having a
shower of blessings (and they so
graciously share their good news) as
daughter, Anna, graduated with a
doctor of pharmacy degree from
University of Florida and will soon be
tying the proverbial knot with U.S. Navy
sailor Andy Hall of Starke.
Anna has already signed a contract
with Walgreens and will relocate to
Norfolk, Va., where Andy is stationed.
Pete Battaglia is minister of music at
First Baptist Church of Plant City and
his wife, Renee, is a first-grade teacher
at Walden Lake Elementary.
Anna's brother, John, is a student at
Hillsborough Community College.
Best wishes to all.
Traditions
Some things never change. Proms
should always be about best friends,
shoes you can't tie because your dress
is tight and bobby pins.
Hillary Wall helped her best friend,
Sara Rupp, tie her shoes for the Plant
City High prom held at the Cuban Club
in Ybor City. And Hillary, how many
bobby pins did you say it took to keep
your hair up? More than a hundred. I
think that's great you both looked
beautiful.
Hillary, already a graduate of home
schooling, and Sara, a junior, both plan
to attend HCC. Sara will study
education and Hillary will major in
business. For now, both girls are part of
Fred's Market Restaurant team.


Happy birthday
More than 200 well-wishers turned
out for Elton Johnson's 90th birthday
party to enjoy barbecue and catfish.
John and I stopped by on our way to
a previously scheduled dinner in
Tampa and the one thing I sure missed
was being able to sample Susanna
Franklin's homemade birthday cakes!
They looked delicious and I heard not a
crumb was left. Susanna is another

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BRIGGS
Continued From Page 8
member of Fred's Market
team (on the barbecue side).

Quite a volunteer
Helen Wells Cason will be
honored with a special dinner
at the Orange Blossom Tea
Room for her many years of
volunteer service to the
Quintilla Geer Bruton
Archives Center, Pioneer
Museum and the East Hills-
borough Historical Society.
She is moving to Tallahas-
see, but will always call Plant
City home (her Plant City
roots go back to the mid-
1800s).
God bless you Helen in
your journey north.

Celebrating a long career
Barbara N. McIntosh will
retire May 27 after 31 years
teaching elementary school,
and a reception honoring her


is slated for May 12 from 3 to
4:30 p.m. at Walden Lake
Elementary School, where she
currently teaches. Family,
friends and former students
are welcome.
Most of Barbara's teaching
has been in Hillsborough
County, at Robinson, Knights,
Bryan elementary schools.
She has taught at Walden
Lake for the last several years.
The daughter of the late
Duck and Marceil Newsome,
Barbara has two grown
children of her won, Mary of
Nashville and Sherry Varnum
of Pinecrest.
She said she plans to spend
her retirement with her three
grandchildren, and the two
more who are on the way.
Thanks for your service,
Barbara.

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them to The Courier, c/o Betty
Briggs, 101 N. Wheeler St.,
Plant City, FL 33566.


CLUB NOTES

Woman's club spring social
The Woman's Club of Plant City will host its
annual spring social May 10 at the Ramada Inn
Red Rose Ball Room Convention Center, 2011
N. Wheeler St. The event will start with a social
hour at 11:30 a.m. and lunch at noon.
The club will announce its 2005 scholarship
winners and the Tomlin Junior Choral Group
will perform.
RSVP: Ginny Harwell, 752-6566.


Junior Woman's Club
The Junior Woman's Club will meet May 12
at the Woman's Club, 1110 N. Wheeler St.
A 6:30 p.m.. social will be followed by the
meeting at 7 p.m.
Call: Mary Buzza, 759-0946.

PCHS Class of 1995
The Plant City High School Class of 1995 will
have its 10-year reunion June 11 at Jackson's
on Harbour Island in downtown Tampa.
Jodi Smith is in the process of finding class-
mates. If you have information, or would like to
find out more about the reunion, call 754-3703


or e-mail jodi.smith@baycare.org.

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 class-
mates or who wish to find out more about the
event can call Gibbs at 754-1092.


Strawberry Singles
Strawberry Singles Club invites singles to a
dance Fridays from 8 p.m. to midnight at the
Stardust Dance Center in Plant City Plaza, 1401
Collins St. The cost is $5 for members, $7 for
nonmembers.
Call: 647-5754 or 653-2020.


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 Lakelafid. A family
picnic is planned for Saturday at Springhead
Park.
Information: Lori, 478-3886; or e-mail
PCHS1990@tampabay.rr.com.


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To advertise your church in our Church Directory, please call Natasha Davis at 865-4439.


ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Dover S. Dover Rd 6 Douwing St.
659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Ulen Clyapel: 1109 E. Laura 51.
152-1389
,Wouni Olive: It 13 ff'.ffadison 51
Moud? Olive: Horton Rd,
3--2628
APOSTOLIC
.4samblea.tpostolit-a:
1501 Colson Rd. "3'-3496
.4postolic Church
ofjesus (brisl:
1212 W. Re.wrolds. 4"-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd,
-Litbia, 695-4240
Bethany: 9804 Harney Ad,
rbonotosassa, 986-5771
Calvary Ferl1wsbip:
1110 N. Gordon St, 752-5005
Dover First. SR 5 74 & Pettie Rd,
689-0343
Faith remple: 1-4 at ffiffiborougb-
Polk County Line, "52-0532
Faith lighthouse:
309 SR 39.%'- "52- 1885
first Plant (ift:
(harlie Griffl Rd,
1r- qj' VR 39 S. -52-3351
fort. 11afla: Comer of South Hal-
& Suillev Rd. "r-1656
Keisuill: SR 640. "3"- 4803
*unt Zion:
1-4 at lbonolosassa Rd, "52-1614
Pleasant 6rove:
Turkei- Creek Rd, "3'-3529
tictoiy Worskip Center:
Couniv line Rd. 151-6089
Srdnei-: 5;,dne)' Rd. 1/10 mi. E
of kvdne-Doter Rd. 659-0532
furkev (reek;
Turke), Creek Rd. '54-53"2
BAPTIST
Abava: furker (reek Rd.
JV. of JR 60. 43"-3739
.414fia Baptist:
222.11qfla Church Rd, 634-8845
Antiorb: Horton Rd. "3"-3240
Berea: SR 39 S. '3"- 1232
Betbanr Cork Rd, "52-9209
Bethel:'80i W. Renfi-o St.
154-2239
Beulah: Allen & (ountv I ine Rd.
I tibia. 73--1/1-P
Bible: Charlie Griffln Rd,
"52-2875
Burebwood Temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 574, 752-3782
Calvary Free Will:
3539 Trapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grove: E. Keysville Rd,
13"-1234
Central of Litbia:
Pinerrest & Kelsville Ed
Cbureb on The Rock:
301 E Alsobrook, "52-3"0
Communitv (bristian:
1310 N. Sliannon Ave. 754-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S. Pinecresi.
737-1211
Dover Eastside: Countryside Bapti
(burrb. 2820 6allagber, 5"1-8200
Doerr first: N. 6all4gber Rd,
659-0203
Fastside. 1318 E Calboun St,
754-2681
East rbonotosassa:Mclielosle
& Knigbis-Griffin Rd, 986-4346
raille Tempk Primitive: -6661
808 W. Wasbington St. 754
first Baptist Cbureb of ffidevay.
"'--JUdzra) Rd, 752-7209
First Baptist Litbia:
Intersection of SR 39
litbia-Pinecrest Ad, 737-1121
first Plant City:
503 N. Palmn 752-4104


first Thonolosassalfissionan-:
Mclnlosb Rd, 986-4"56
Harmon v Baptist (burch:
60089 Knigbis 6riffin Rd.
986-"165
Hopewell: SR 39 S. 73"-3053
Knigbis: Paul Bucbman Huy,
152-497-1
lebanon: Braneb Forbes Ed.
752-2006
Lone Oak: Zone Oak Rd.
"54-52"8
Mount Koriab Freewill:
Irarren 061inson St, 154-439'
MounlMoriah Freewill:
2042 (olson Rd, '3"-1490
Nount Olft-e: 604 It: Ball St.
"54-3834
New Hope Freewill
Baptist Cburcb:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd,, Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill.
3041 Daniels Rd., 752-3985
Northside.-
1700 N. Franklin St, 752-2779
Oakwood;- Airport Rd, 752-5499
Plant City Primitive:
509 X. him. St. '54-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkev Creek Rd. "3"-2556
Sbilob Baptist (burcb:
905 9: terrace Dr.. "54-"44 5
Springbead- S. Wiggins Road.
'54-48-9
39 St. luke.11issionan,:
108 S. Warwell St, ."54-4992
St. Marv s Freen-ill:
Hunter C. lFarren St. "54-6853
1 51-fian-Missionan,:
1804 FA 60E.. '34-3668
St. .1farys CommunitY Cburcb:
90" E. Laura St.
"51-1616
Svdnev. 1510 (re Rd. 659-1502
turke'r (reek Communiti
Haptlit Clumcb:
544 'IS. furkev Creek Rd.
"3"-1224
lurkev Creek First:
ftapnell Rd, "52-"890
I idon-Missionan-:Maki Rd
llisislde: 250,1 W.Granfleld.lve.
"52-1450
lFbiteburst Rd.
901 IV. Irbileburst Rd. '154-5405
PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
little 11nion:
155 10 Counti, Rd 39. 1 itbia
634-4"54
Salem Primitive:
14402 Salem (bureb Rd.. Sydnq
CATHOLIC
St. Chwerd. 1104N.Akuxander St.
752-8251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
A. Wilder JU- 938 N. wilder Ad,
"52-2171
Cork: (ork Road, "52-1521
Laura St: 1310 1. Laura St,
'52-2858
Springbead. Wiggins Rd.
"54-1485
iisi CHRISTIAN
9 (Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 lbonolosassa Rd,
'52-5385
CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Comerstone (bristian:
Mcinlosir Rd. N of SR 574
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calvary Communift.-
s2og smia-Ryats kd
Dover: Downing St. 659-2900


Plant (ift: 2103 Mudlake Rd.
"52-159i
Turkey Creek: flurke), Creek Rd
at SR 60, "3"- 1331
rhonolosassa:
I"02N. raYlorRd.9R64916
CHURCH OF GOD
(Andeisson Indiana)
K' stra' ; first: 2808 KinstraYN.,
SE'n 651.1500
P ni (itu 6rare fellou-sbip
"13 Alsobrook St. 361-8190
first: N. Gordon and Baker 51,
'152-6438
Gospel fabernarle:
Allen & Haines St
EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 IV. Carey St,
752-5061
HOLINESS
Deliveraum Tabernark.
808 W Grant St.
Re I Cburcb of Our Lord.
728 Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel habernarle:
2311 Sammonds Rd. "51-3843
Restoration.Issembiv:
106 5. Evers St.
EvangelistsforJesus tabernacle:
SR 5"4, E. of Dorer. 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
(hristian Groulb (enter:
1310 N. Sbannon, "19-2909
Covenant Bible Cburcb:
1408 E. faMlin S1, 754-1133
Deeper life Fellowship:
(of -ilia Rd. W of SR 39 N.
Revival Outrearb Center.
225 N. Dover Rd. 681-1.150
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:
3202 N. MarylandAve, '152-.13-6
UTTER-DAY SAINTS
Cburcb ofjesus (brisl ID5:
1805N. Park Rd, 752-6364
LUTHERAN
Hope UNS. 2001 Park Blvd,
"52-4622
IMW of I ife EIC].
1104.Vud take Rd. ,52-6064
NAZARENE
Wagoner Memorial.
2402,ffud Lake Rd, "52-"863
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
(alran- Cbapel of Plant City:
2102 & Park Rd. 892-0510
full Gospel Fellousbip:
W. Mclin Ave.
Full Gospel labernawle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3813
Impart familv lFbrsbip (enter.
Meels at Seffner Elementary
School, 65"-7914
Kainos International
(burcb of Florida:
902 E Renfo St. 764-0929
Greater Love Cbristian Center.,
1109 N. Franklin SI, 759-8270
Tampa Bible Fellowsbip:
10201 E Hillsborougb Are,
754-26"4
Units, Cbrist Cburcb:
1911 N. Gordon SI, 659F-262-1
1buman's Praise and Worsbip
Center. LU. 92 E
ORTHODOX
HolV Protation Ukrainian
Orlbodox (bureb:
3820 Moores Lake Ed,
Dorer, 659-0123


Trinity United

Methoctist Church
40.) Eng&b St., Plant City
Invites vou to
Sunda.y Worskip at 10 30im
Inspiring Afusic
dffeled b., L.nda %VilkerA-i-i
Porverfil Bible Preaching
1). P.Lior Clar) Brids
Children's W"bribip
conducred b%
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God's Squad Youth Service
led by Tre Morris, Youth Pastor
Sunday at 5:00prn

PENTECOSTAL
ChrWian life.issembly:
;120 S. 5tiller Rd.. 654- 4802
lining Raters foursquare
Ourch: 602 S. [rers St. "59-0528
Aeu, Hope Worsbip Center.
803 iL.Vabones St, '5'-6123
New life Temple Pentecostal
Church of God:
3301 Clemons Rd, "54-"088
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dorer.1.1foores Lake & Holiness
Cburcb Rd, 659- 1301
(burch of The I fting God.
1102 hier St. "54-5840
PRESBYTERIAN
Etangelfral Plant Ut).:
110" Charlie Griffin Rd, 759-9383
first Presbilerian Plant Cift:
40-1 IF: Reinolids St. '52- -12 i I
SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk with God.Ministn,.
15140 SR 514. Dwer, 959-0930
SEVENTH-OAY ADVENTIST
Plant Cilv: 2203 Strawberry Dr,
752-469i
SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W Johnson Rd.
'5 1-5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Cburcb:
2914 1 ilbia-Pinecrest Rd.,
NwIrico. 685-0998
UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W. Sam Allen Rd.
75-1-3233
Dover First. Moore's take Rd at
Methodist Cburrb Rd, 659-1415
first Plant City. 303 N. Evers St,
754-3519
Grace: 1801 E. Cherry St,
659-3718
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr.
754-2441
Springbeait- 2305 Sparkman Rd,
'152-5751
St. Luke: 809 E. Laura St.
757-6051
7bonolusassa: Fort King Huy at
Mistletoe Dr; 986- 7135
71rinity Plant City: 402 W.
English St, 752-9316


St. Clement
CathoRe Chumh
Saturday Vigil Mass:
5prn English. 6:30prn Spanish
at
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
10" of 574 Dc.veri
Sunday Masses
"arn.10:30am & 12 15pm English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, IFIL 335163
i0ti 1.4. Exit 21 ou'r, j
(813)752-8251
St. Clement Preschool
Accepbrig ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185



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Chzirch,
Plant C y
303 N. Eve,-, Street
Downtown Plant Cjl
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794-3510
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Prayer service at Hope
Hope Lutheran Church,
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5 at 7 p.m.
The service will focus on
God's gift of prayer and will
include special. songs, read-
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nation, state and community.
Hope's pastor, the Rev.
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service.-
Call: 752-4622.

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The Church of God of
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Call: Dee Pitts, 752-2778.

R.O.W. Ministries
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will present the Rev. Ben
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The day begins with a
continental breakfast at 8.
Mathes will conduct a
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present the sermon during the
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First Baptist offerings
First Baptist Church Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St., will
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The church will offer a pre-
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15 p.m.
Call: 752-4104.

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Mount Zion Assembly of
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May 22 at 10:30 a.m.
Call: 752-1614.

Gibbs Family to perform
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Sydney Baptist Church, 1510
Cre Road, Dover. The family
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Call: 659-1502.


DEATHS

Carter
William "Ed" Carter, 67, of
Plant City died April 23.
He was born in Tallahassee
and moved here from there 12
years ago.
He was a retired Hills-
borough County deputy sher-
iff and was a member of
Community Masonic Lodge
292 and Egypt Temple Shrine
York Rite.
He is survived by his wife,
Pat; a son, Eddie of Florida;
two daughters, Stacy Muralt of
Plant City and Debra Carter of
York, Pa.; seven grandchil-
dren; and two great-grand-
children.


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Davis
Thelma J. Davis, 69, of Plant
City died April 28.
She was born- in Belle,
W.Va., and was a longtime res-
ident of Plant City.
She was a quality inspector
for Honeywell.
She is survived by a son,
Ernest F. Jr. of Lithia; two
daughters, Kathy L. of Deer-
field Beach and Jean A. Hicks
of Bartow; two sisters, JoAnne
Pierce and Regina "Suzie"
Mullins, both of Tucson, Ariz.,
and seven grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

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gregation by John and Olive Mooney.
That original parcel is just to the south
of where the current church sits, at
4915 W. Trapnell Road. Angie Hooker
and family deeded those additional 10
acres to the church in 1939.
The church cemetery, nearly at
capacity, sits behind the current
church.
The congregation worshipped in the
log cabin until 1890, when a larger A-
frame building replaced it. The con-
gregation used it until 1949, when the
current church was built. The sanctu-
ary, with its ornate stained glass and
soaring ceiling, seats 350.
The congregation showed both a
generosity and a prudent way with
money that may have helped the
church to the prosperity it enjoys
today. Longtime church member
James "Sonny" Jones got a laugh
recently when he looked at some old
church minutes. After switching from
gas to electric lights in the '40s, the
church created an important position,
Jones said.
"They had a chairman of the light
bulb committee," he said, laughing.
In 1899, the average weekly collec-
tion was 20 cents, according to a
church history. By 1975, that had
grown to $1,688. That also was the year
the church burned the mortgage on its
current property.
An education building was built
behind the sanctuary in 1958 and then
later expanded, and the sanctuary has
twice undergone renovations.
The congregation in 1995 also con-
structed large building with a fellow-
ship hall and classrooms just to the
north of the church. A house to the
south of the church formerly used as a
parsonage is now used for the church
office.
Turkey Creek native and current
church secretary Helen Keen began
attending the church as a grammar
school student. She remembers
attending Sunday school under a large
tree on the church property and
moving into the current building when
it had a dirt floor.
Though Keen was married at home,
all three of her daughters took their
vows at Turkey Creek and several of
her grandchildren were baptized
there.


DAVE BUYENS/photo
Members of the Turkey Creek First Baptist choir perform under the direction of Dale Hawke, minister of music at the
church.


"We're a friendly and very loving
congregation," Keen said.
Current pastor David Jones said he
recognized that upon his arrival five
years ago.
"Visitors are made to feel right at
home," said Jones, who came to Turkey
Creek from Jacksonville with his wife
and two children. "(The congregation)
sufrounds them and tries to get to
know them as.soon as they walk in the
door."

More growth expected
The church's Sunday school is an
active one, from the children's classes
up to the seniors, Keen said, and there
are roughly 75 children enrolled in the
church's day care and after-school
programs.
Two youth groups accommodate
younger children and teens, and the
senior group enjoys high attendance. A


m- -

singles program is in the works.
The Turkey Creek area is seeing its
share of development and the church
will have to adapt, David Jones said.
"I think in order for us to better min-
ister to the community, we're going to
have to do a lot of expansion," Jones
said. "We know we're going to need


more space to reach the people moving
to this area."
The determination of the church's
founders is evident in today's congre-
gation and would likely help it meet
the need, Jones said.
"(We have) a lot of people made of
the same things they were," he said.
"Over the years people have made a lot
of sacrifices to get the church to where
it is today."
Lynn Roberts' mother, Wanda
Brown, 68, is a Turkey Creek native
and began attending that church at 11.
She has watched longtime members
die off, younger members move away
and new members join.
"But it's still a very close knit
church," Brown said. She said she is
thrilled to see her grandchildren
attending the church as she did at their
age.
"It means a lot to me," she said.


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Futch
Wilbur 0. Futch, 77, of Sun City
Center died April 24.
He was born in Mulberry and lived
in Brandon most his life.
He was a past member, president
and an organizer of the Brandon
Chamber of Commerce; member of
the Brandon Lions Club; Brandon Jay-
cees; Brandon Elks Club; the U.S.
Naval Reserve, and a stockholder of
Brandon Commercial Centers.
He was one of the original organiz-
ers of Brandon State Bank and owner
of Futch Appliance Co. in Brandon,
Plant City and Tampa. He was also a
member of the Brandon and Tampa
SPEBSQSA Barbershop Chorus, St.
John the Divine Episcopal Church of
Sun City Center, and Brandon High
School Old Timers Alumni Associa-


tion.
He is survived by two sons, Larry
and Gary; three daughters, Sharon
Greer, Martha Bennett and Mary B.
Maddox; two sisters, Freda Aman and
Glenda Lentz; and seven grandchil-
dren.
Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon.

Herring
Marvin R. Herring, 78, of Brandon
died April 29.
He was born in Jennings and was a
longtime resident of this area.
He was a trainmaster for CSX Rail-
road.
He was a former member of the Jay-
cees, the Polk County Traffic Club and
the Jubal A. Early Camp No. 556 Sons
of Confederate Veterans. He was a


deacon and member of First Baptist
Church of Brandon.
He is survived by his wife, Burnie;
-two sons, Michael of Brandon and
Daniel of Lakeland; two brothers, Ken-
neth of East Palatka and Russell of
Plant City; a sisters, Allen Cameron of
Plant City; and four grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Hutchinson
Christopher L. Hutchinson, 20, of
Dover died April 23.
He was born in Tampa and was a
lifelong resident of Dover.
He was a landscaper.
He is survived by his parents, George
and Kay of Dover; two brothers, Shawn
Hancock and Jonathon; three sisters,
Sabrina Vance, Christina and April; his


paternal grandmother, Lois; his
maternal grandmother, Ruth Glisson;
and his great-grandmother, Margaret
Lawson.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
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Arthur E. Keen, 74, of Plant City died
April 27.
He was a lifelong resident of Plant
City and a heavy equipment operator.
He is survived by his wife, Ruth; a
son, Michael of Lakeland; two daugh-
ters, Gina Keen Deagan and Belinda J.
Rodriguez, both of Plant City; two
brothers, L.B. and Mitchell, both of
Plant City; two sisters, Vernell Surrency
and Alee Murray, both of Plant City; 10
grandchildren; and six great-grand-
children.
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COMMENTARY
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lent of learning to change a tire in a driver's ed.
class. Only bureaucrats and the world's
increasingly wealthy condom vendors could
manage to make sex so mechanical.
One does not have to be a hung-up, sexually
repressed prude to feel nauseated by the
triumph of Technos over Eros. Is not having
sex ever an option for some who may prefer an
actual human relationship that leads to long-
term commitment, perhaps marriage, wherein
sex is an expression of spiritual intimacy rather
than a mechanical engineering feat involving
anatomical widgetry? As parents we prefer to
teach our children the emotional, psychologi-
cal and spiritual merits of postponing sex.
You know, like parents used to.
Permit me to paraphrase Goethe: "Treat a
child the way he can and ought to be, and he
will become as he can and should be."
The latest addition to our nation's growing
cognitive.dissonance is a new study from Yale
and Columbia universities that produced this
nugget: Kids who pledge abstinence are more


likely to have unsafe sex. Researchers who
followed 12,000 students in grades seven
through 12 for six years found that when those
who had promised sexual abstinence did fall
from grace, they were more likely not to use
condoms than other kids.
So if you want your kids to practice safe sex,
better keep them away from those wacky
abstinence programs. Whatever the other
confounding factors, the message seems clear:
abstinence bad, condoms good. The subtext,
of course, is that America's children can't
control themselves, they must have sex, and
therefore, they have to learn the nitty-gritty of
the down 'n' dirty.
Recognizing that there's nothing new under
the sun and that sex is both pleasurable and
a necessary human drive could we neverthe-
less stop panting long enough to ask since
when was it decided that children need to be
fluent in sex? And why is it government's job to
. teach it?
Our children should fire us for dereliction of
duty.
Jerry Lofstrom is the owner of the Whistle
Stop Cafe in Plant City.


LETTERS
Continued From Page 7
Library for providing space to help more than the IRS will help.
1,600 people do their tax returns. It has been Thanks to everyone.
the pleasure of 17 volunteers to provide this
service. Royce Martin
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community service organizations in
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The plant fabricates aluminum
products such as truck bed liners,
screen enclosure frames, siding,
anchors and piping, among many
other "pressed" aluminum products.
"We take great pride in our rela-
tionship with our employees, and
our relationships within the commu-
nity," Jones said. "We are looking for
a good turnout at the health fair."
George Bushn, the plant's envi-
ronmental health and safety
manager, points to the facility's
safety record as a good indicator of
the company's approach to manu-
facturing.
"We have over two years without a
lost time injury," Bushn said. "That
comes but to over two million man
hours. We have reduced recordable
injuries by 48 percent in the last five
years. And it is in our best interest to
stress the safety and health of all our
employees and their families."
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smitten with II Stupendo. The 22-
year-old Plant City High graduate
is a first-timer for PCE and hasn't
performed on stage since high
school, where she played the
starring role in "Annie."
She attends HCC and was
approached by Mange to audi-
tion. Alvarez said she tends to be
a little more cautious than her
Maggie.
"She just digs a hole and jumps.
right in and has no idea," Alvarez
said.
John Harrer, who has per-
formed in several PCE produc-
tions, plays Tito. Last year, he
took the group's "best support-
ing actor" award for his portrayal
of Teddy in "Arsenic and Old
Lace."
"It's quite a stretch for me," he
said with a laugh. ."There's only
one woman who calls me 'gor-
geous.'"
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GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Crews use heavy machinery to dig the Samuel Cooper Lake in Lincoln
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Nuclear Stress Testing is especially useful in diagnosing
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City to take bids for
tennis court construction
The city is making progress on the East
Cherry Street tennis courts.
Officials said that all off-site utilities are
in place at the parcel just south of the Hills-
borough Community College campus. The
site preparation also is complete and came
in $50,000 under budget, officials said.
The administration building construction
is scheduled to be completed on or before
Aug. 9. The tennis courts are in the design
phase with bids on the construction
expected May 16..
The city commission will approve the
contract in June, with completion of the
courts expected in the fall.

No progress at Airport Road
railroad crossing
Scheduled work on the Airport Road rail-


road crossing hasn't been done and no new
time frame has been given for the work as of
May 3.
The city was expecting CSX to replace the
crossing April 27. The crossing will be
closed for one 24-hour period to complete
the work, railroad officials said. The city will
pay for the improvement.

Samuel W. Cooper Lake
on schedule for July opening
After initial delays created by the active
2004 hurricane season, work on the Samuel
W. Cooper Lake and park is now in full
swing.
The work had been expected to be com-
pleted by June.
The $1.67 million project is designed to
reduce flooding on the east side of town
and provide a passive park for the sur-
rounding neighborhoods and should be
completed by the end of July, weather per-
mitting.

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DIGEST
Continued From Page 4
were all recognized in a letter
to the city commending them
for work resulting in the arrest
of the individual suspected in
the deaths of Darren and
Heather Kaiser, in January,
officials said.

Cash At The End
Of The Rainbow
Guests left a pot of green at
the end of the Rainbow Ball
last month.
The final tally is in and the
eighth annual ball, held in the
Red Rose Ballroom of the
Ramada Inn Plantation
House, raised more than
$63,000 to benefit the Child
Abuse Councils' Rainbow
Learning Center in Plant City.
The center provides guidance
and services to for at-risk and


abused families and their chil-
dren.
Attendees, dressed to the
nines, sipped wine and dined
on filet mignon and crab
cakes. The auction, featuring
items ranging from a Labra-
dor puppy to a guitar signed
by country music legend Billy
Dean, raised $8,000.
Dianna Lott and Mary Hey-
sek co-chaired the event with
help from 20 committee
members.
"We are extremely grateful
to everyone who attended,
sponsored and organized the
ball," said Paul D'Agostino,
executive director of the Child
Abuse Council, in a release.
"Through their ongoing gen-
erous support, our Rainbow
program has helped put nur-
turing, loving parents into the
lives of thousands of abused
and neglected children."
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Special to The Courier
City commissioner John Dicks
leads the bidding on a Labra-
dor puppy during the live
auction at the Rainbow Ball
held recently at the Ramada
Inn.


CALENDAR
Continued From Page 3
formal wear, and adult and
children's clothes.
To donate items, call 754-
8031.
Information: Virginia,
495-1735.

Bike Fest
The Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce
hosts its Bike Fest the first
Saturday of every month
from 5 to 9 p.m. in and
around McCall Park, 100 N.
Collins St.
The next fest will be
May-7.

Unity fundraiser
Unity in the Community,
a fundraising group whose
mission is to help feed Plant
City's needy, offers food
during the Bike Fest and
Strawberry Classic Car Show
at the Plant City Community


Bingo Hall, 105 Arden Mays
Blvd., from 5 to 9 p.m.
The next sale will be
during the May 7 Bike Fest.
Call: 752-1275.

MONDAY
Gardening seminar
Bruton Memorial Library,
302 McLendon St.,-will host
Sa master gardening session
on-butterfly gardens May 9
at 7 p.m.
Call: 757-9215.

HCC graduation
Hillsborough Community
College will have its com-
mencement exercises May 9
at 7 p.m. at the Tampa Con-
vention Center, 333 S.
Franklin St., Tampa.
Guest speaker will be
Nancy Watkins, an alumna
of HCC, a member of the
college's board of trustees
and is a certified public
accountant with Robert
Watkins and Co.
Call: 253-7000.


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quarterfinal game. But a trip
to Kissimmee is better than
being at home, as in with no
more games to play.
With two great victories to
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team was robbed of the go-
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She will be unable to take the
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"I don't have any thought,
about any thing that might
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total confidence in them,"
Kouveras said.
Should the Raiders win,
Kouveras will also be sus-
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Considering Sarasota River-
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Durant's Dion Dehaney
and Plant City's Jason Brown
finished second and third in
the triple jump last week,
meaning they, along with
Cougar senior Vanetta Randle,
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with the umpire Kouveras
filed a protest to the FHSAA
over what she percieved to be
favoritism.
The umpires were from the
West Florida Fast-Pitch Asso-
ciation, which covers the Bra-
denton-Sarasota area. But
Kouveras, who tried but was
unable to get video of Patella's
tantrums to submit as proof,
admitted that chances are the
suspension will hold.
The Raiders were one pitch
away from having the ejection
never become an issue. They
led 4-3 with two outs in the
bottom of the seventh when
the Rams got a dramatic triple
from Britton Williams to tie
the score.
Plant City loaded the bases
with three straight singles in
the top of the eighth, but the
next two batters grounded
into forceouts at home, and
Jessica Pauley hit a grounder
ending in a forceout at third.
Sarasota Riverview then ral-
lied after two were out to get
the winning run.
Mackenzie Dawson, the
junior pitcher who has been a
major part of the team's late-
season turnaround, is not
worried about a carryover
effect from the heartbreaking
loss.
"We're still pumped up as a
team," she said.
Dawson, whose sister Ken-
dall is the team's freshman.
catcher, said her pitching has
drastically improved since two
months ago, when former East
Bay and University of South
Florida standout Monica
Triner helped coach her.
As tough as Thursday's out-
come was, it doesn't take away
from the fact Plant City ousted
a pair of extremely strong
teams in order to get to the
finals. After scoring in the
bottom of the seventh to beat
Durant 2-1, Plant City then
faced ninth-ranked Blooming-
dale in the semifinals. Dawson
blanked the Bulls in a 3-0 Plant
City victory.
Samantha Waldron led off
the Bloomingdale game with a
single and later scored on one
of six Bloomingdale errors.
Jessica Pauley score in the fifth
on another error, and her
infield hit in the seventh
plated Leticia Manning on yet
another error.
The momentum carried
over to Thursday night's game.
Pauley's single drove in the
game's first run in the third
inning. The Rams threatened
to tie in the bottom half of the
inning, but Brittany Reece
made two great plays from
third base.
"Our defense has been per-
fect recently, and that's been
the key," Kouveras said. "Last
year it was the opposite. Now
we can afford to make some
mistakes on offense because
the defense is so good."


day for the-Class 4A state track
meet.
Randle, a senior at Durant,
qualified in two events at last
Friday's Region 2 meet,
making it in both the triple
jump and 400 meters.
Only the top four finishers
in each event at the regional
event advanced to state. The
4A-2 meet was held at Kissim-
See TRACK, Page 20


Kayla Adams had three of
Plant City's 11 hits. After Sara-
sota Riverview scored twice to
tie it in the fifth, the teams
exchanged single runs in both
the sixth and seventh.
In a span of two weeks the
Raiders have two wins each
over Bloomingdale and
Durant, along with a win over
Class 5A's No. 5-ranked team,
Chamberlain, which won its
district.
Kissimmee Osceola came
into its district tournament
with an 11-11 mark, but
scored an upset of top seed
Timber Creek in the semifi-
nals. Natalie Hord's first
homer of the season put the
Kowboys ahead 2-1 and they
won 5-1. In the final, Kissim-
mee Osceola defeated Orlando
Freedom, meaning Freedom
must travel to Sarasota River-
view tonight.
Both Hord, who is a catcher,
and twin sister Megan, a
pitcher, have signed to play
softball at Villanova next year.
Plant City will also have
some .players signing college
letters of intent soon. Tomor-
row at the school, Jessica
Pauley and Samantha Wal-
dron will sign with South Flor-
ida Community College and
Leticia Manning with sign
North Florida Community
College.
If the Raiders beat Osceola
they would play again Tues-
day, on the road and probably
against the highest-ranked
team in the region, No. 3 Palm
Beach Gardens. The only way
Plant City would get to host a
game is in the region final,
and that's if both Sarasota
Riverview and sixth-ranked
Palm Beach Central get upset
in the other half of the region.
Ironically, Plant City's
shortest trip would potentially
be to the state semifinals,
which are at the Ed Radice
Sports Complex in northwest
Tampa.
But the Raiders got their
share of home-field advan-
tage, even though technically
they were not playing on their
home field. The attendance at
Plant City Stadium for the dis-
trict tournament was very
strong, leaving Kouveras
happy she came up with the
idea to host it there rather
then the PCHS field.
"We wanted to do it not just
for us, but for the other teams
to give them the experience of
playing in a big-time venue
like that," she said. "I knew it
would be a stage where it
might raise the level of com-
petition, and it did."
Rain washed out Plant
City's semifinal, pushing it to
Wednesday, and stopped Sar-
asota Riverview's game with
Riverview during the fifth
inning. The Rams led 7-2 at
the time and that turned out
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Left, Durant designated hitter Lenny Carapella slides home safely after Tom
Savino singled off freshman reliever Aaron Gerbasi to give Durant a 2-1 lead
over Plant City in the opening game of the Class 6A-District 6 tournament at
Bloomingdale High School Monday. Above, Cougar pitcher Carmine Giardina
throws a fastball against Riverview Tuesday in the semis. Giardina allowed
just one hit and struck out 12 as the Cougars beat the Sharks, 4-1, to advance
to the final.


Cougars Nip Raiders, Edge Sharks To Advance To District Final


PLAY FOR TITLE TONIGHT
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Durant is without one of its team
leaders. Shortstop Casey Albanese suf-
fered a broken arm during a recent
practice.
But Albanese was busy doing some
motivational speaking during the
latter innings Monday, when the Cou-
gars looked to be headed for an early
exit against the bottom seed. Plant
City looked nothing like a 2-17 team
and definitely had Durant on the
ropes, leading 1-0 in the fifth inning
before the Cougars squeaked out a 2-1
victory.
"That was the best game we've
played all year," said Raiders head
coach Kenny White. Certainly the
Raiders had not yet experienced
anything like the drama of Monday's
district opener.
Sophomore Brandon Griffin was
holding his own against Durant stand-
out Tony Garcia. In the bottom of the
fourth, Durant loaded the bases on a
Tom Nardello single and two walks,
but Griffin induced a popup and then
a got a strikeout to end the inning.
The Raiders broke open the score-
less duel in the top of the fifth. The
team's only senior starters, Lane Batley
and Ronnie Clark, got hits to put
runners on the comers. Even after
lining into a double play, Plant City
came through with a single to right by


Durant starting pitcher Tony Garcia
retired the side in order in the final
inning to beat Plant City, 2-1.

Thomas Adair for a 1-0 lead.
Durant caught a bit of a break to
even the score in the bottom of the
inning. Dennis Hicks led off with a
walk and Jeremy Fussell bunted him
over. After a groundout, Nardello
popped the ball up high to right field
for what looked like the end of the
inning, but Raiders second baseman
Austin Jones had cheated over to try
and catch Hicks leaning, forcing Jones
to reverse field to make the catch. He
got to the ball enough to get his glove
on it, but the ball bounded into foul
territory and Hicks crossed home
plate.


With the score 1-1, Lenny Carapella
doubled to start the bottom of the sixth
for Durant, chasing Griffin. In came
Raiders freshman Aaron Gerbasi who
promptly struck out Cougar sluggers
Carmine Giardina and Josh Fussell,
then had on 0-2 count on Tom Savino.
But Savino slapped the next offering
into right field.
"Aaron had never pitched in a situa-
tion like that," White said. "I mean, he
struck out those guys back to back,
that's unbelievable. Then an 0-2 pitch.
It's not like he hit it hard, he just got
the bat on the ball."
Plant City did not go away quietly in
the seventh as Clark got a one-out
single, but Garcia picked him off.
Garcia then got a strikeout to cap off
the complete game and the Raiders'
season.
Sarasota Riverview knocked off host
Bloomingdale 4-1 Monday and was
scheduled to play state No. 1-ranked
Sarasota in Tuesday's other semifinal.
On Tuesday against Riverview, Car-
mine Giardina was cramping all over
his body, including his forearm, not
the best place for a pitcher to be expe-
riencing pain.
But the Durant junior gutted his way
to a complete-game one-hitter and the
Cougars beat Riverview 4-1 to advance
to the Class 6A-District 6 final.
The win means Durant is assured a
place in the regional tournament for
the first time in three years. First, how-
ever, they will face the winner of the
Sarasota-Sarasota Riverview game


tonight in the district final at 7:30 at
Bloomingdale High School.
Giardina struck out 12 batters, but
also walked six in his seven innings of
work, racking up 126 pitches in the
process.
"I knew it was a lot of pitches. I was
cramping really bad, but I wasn't going
to come out of the game," he said.
Giardina got into trouble by walking
the leadoff batter each of the last three
innings, but with a 4-0 lead he had
enough wiggle room to work his way
out of the jams with just one run cross-
ing the plate.
Durant scored two runs in the first
without getting a hit. William Woody
reached on an error and scored when
the Sharks threw away a Tom Nardello
bunt. Nardello later stole home with
the bases loaded.
Two more runs came home in the
fourth on a bases-loaded double by
Woody.
Josh Fussell and Jeff Wright singled
and scored on Woody's hit down the
right-field line.
In the fifth inning, the Sharks had
two runners on after a pair of free
passes. Garrett Maines, the county's
leading home-run hitter, came up. In
what Giardina would later say was the
turning point, the Riverview slugger
went down on strikes.
"I knew his pitch count was heavy,
but he doesn't have to throw for
another week or so," said coach Ron
Fussell. "He's such a big guy, he can
handle the workload."


TRACK
Continued From Page 19


mee Osceola.
Brown nearly qualified in
the long jump as well, but fin-
ished fifth. He was also tied for
eighth in the high jump.
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Naples Lely High dominated
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event.
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enth.
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finish was a seventh place
turned in by the boys 4-by-800


urfit of Derrick Hallback,
Brown, Maurice Bodlen and
Terry Bell.
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Sade Dunkley (shot) both fin-
ished 11th and Durant's boys
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Simmons (400), Jack Bello
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No: 05-DR-5887
Division R
EliciaAnn Williams
Petitoner
and
Donnie Ray Williams
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE
TO: Donnie Ray Williams,
4503 Airport Rd, Plant City,
Fl, 3356.6
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fenses if any, to it on Elicia
Ann Williams, 1109 Turkey
Creek Rd, Plant City, Fl
33566, on or before June 6
2005 and file the original
with the clerk of this Court
at 302 N. Michigan Ave,
Plant City, Fl 33563 before
service on Petitioner or im-
mediately thereafter. If you
fail to do so, a default may
be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the
petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, includ-
ing orders, are available at
the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may re-
view these documents up-
on request
You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current ad-
dress. (You may file Notice
of Current Address, FLori-
da Supreme Court Ap-
proved Family Law Form
2.915.) Future papers in
this lawsuit will be mailed
to the address on record at
the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires cer-
tain automatic disclosure
of documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, includ-
ing dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
Dated: May 2,2005
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
BY: ELLEN P. NEUBAUM
Deputy Clerk
NO:9263 5/6;13;20;27,2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No: 05-DR-8208
Division R
Tracy L. Falkenberg,
Petitioner
and
Martin L. Falkenbery
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE
TO: MARTIN L. FALKEN-
BERG, address unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on Tracy
L Falkenberg, P.O.Box 93,
Durant, FI 33530 on or be-
fore June 6, 2005, and file
the original with the clerk
of this Courtat302 N. Mich-


I Legals I
igan Ave, Plant City, FI
33563 before service on Pe-
titioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do
so, a default may be en-
tered against you for the
relief demanded in the pe-
tition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, includ-
ing orders, are available at
the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may re-
view these documents up-
on request
You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current ad-
dress. (You may file Notice
of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915)
Future papers in this law-
suit will be mailed to the
address on record at the
clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires cer-
tain automatic disclosure
of documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, includ-
ing dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
Dated: 5-2-05
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
BY: ELLEN P. NEUBAUM
Deputy Clerk
NO:9264 5/5;12;19;26.2005
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No: 05-DR-6146
Division: R
KATHERINE DENISE BRADY
Petitioner and
STEVEN MICHAEL BRADY
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE
TO: Steven Michael Brady,
address unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action had been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fenses if any, to it on Kath-
erine Denise Brady, 3117
Jim Johnson Rd Plant City,
FL 33566 on or before May
23 2005 and filed the origi-
nal with the clerk of this
Court at 302 N. Michigan
Ave, Plant City, Fl 33563 be.
fore service on Petitioner
or immediately thereafter.
Ifyoufailtodoso default
may be entered against
you for the relief demand-
ed in the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, includ-
ing orders, are available at
the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may re-
view these documents up-
on request.
You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current ad-
dress. (You may file Notice
of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form f2.915.)
Future papers in this law-
suit will be mailed to the
address on record at the
clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285,
FLorida Family Law Rules
of Procedure requires cer-
tain automatic disclosure
of documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can


I ILegals I
result in sanctions, includ-
ing dismissal or striking of.
pleadings.,
Dated:4/18/05
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
ELLEN P. NEUBAUM
Deputy Clerk
No:9222 4/21;28; 5/5;12,205
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No: 05-DR-6664
Division: R
HORACE E. NELSON
Petitioner
and
JACQUEUNE ROJAS TRUJI-
LLO, Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE
TO: Jacqueline Rojac Truji-
llo, unknown address.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on Hor-
ace E. Nelson, 5062 Reece
Rd. Plant City, Fl 33567, on
or before May16 2005, and
file the original( with the
clerk of this Court at 302 N.
Michigan Ave, Plant City, Fl
33563before service on Pe-
titioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do
so, a default may be en-
tered against you Tor relief
demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, includ-
ing orders, are available at
the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may re-
view these documents up-
on request.
You must keep the CLerk of
the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current ad-
dress. (You may file Notice
of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.)
Future papers in this law-
suit will be mailed to the
address on record at the
clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285.
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires cer-
tain automatic disclosure
of documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, includ-
ing dismissal or striking of
pleading.
ated 4/8/05
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Ellen P. Neubaum
Deputy Clerk
No:9t141 l4/14,21,28,5/5,05
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v ertised in classified ubCLASSIFIEDWORKS witanadinclass42. SunsetBay, CLASSFIEDWORKS ephyrnls. r 10J Property 303 N. Walter r airport&beaches.Off
Manufactured Hone. Sale $800/mo $700 De Brandoy& Manattan $750
Wei Maintarborined, BeauNo Pets813-744-15 2 + util/sec.813-732-7077
ALL 81-72 mtifustsell.Park $52,000 Condo conversion or col RIVERVIEW2+ SOUstTAMPA 3br, TAMPA Bay Waterfront
813-786-7665 lect rent 22 units 2br's 2ba. House $12ba, o. Condo, wbo at dock
DOVER 35' Fest 1BR D r& lbr's. O n Lake silver, Securityeo, De sit 1st pool, tenns,,dry,,p
OE sadd on room10x16, N ice riHaven. 22 apts.- month. tiliies, ated oo .13 ay.













ai d 416832 bedroom 1bath, very plication same day, w ou 13-95-4428 BRANDON, near Xpwa
-cYard uietPark,$15,000 fully rented. Reduced to c o m m u n i y 2b r 1 a oks by.
to nyo r -ooleave-mesa 200-249 1RIVERVIEW3bd,2ba,2cg 727-848-7715
Slavery quie 50commu- new 1300sf house in WESTCHASE, West Park
to yo r oo .Pinellas Park repo home Rentals South Fork. All aI + Village, Newt lbr lba
cliWolDatien. 2. 3. 4 TrTW/D & cable $1100/mo 1c, Granite, SS Appl,
Advertise your services affordably in the tartn disc. avail. Near 175.1st, W/D, Wd FirsConserv.
,o 1--'.1r52.a$00 6 10.0 ld5t&din ,813-7415-431 View, water / cl $1100
Sl in e 2.00 Fa Apartments last T ON & dep.8a s Kimmie813-240-6563
Business and Service Directory shopping 7 .671 Unfurnished 4br 2.Sba 2 1700+sfew Bay West RE Svcs
in Sunbelt Publications. PLANT CITY Countra HYDE PARK, 2br iba, 813-all app's inc ded with WESTSHRE Cubreat







SS. N C Move inY S ecial W/ & cable. $ 1 200+ Keys condo 2/1 water-/
Swoods Sr.H.M.o Park2/, v t a o3 Fd2 dn l e ts
yr old roof, 4 yr AC1, st Month FREE! dep. 813-643-5069 or front pool fitness ctr,
SDeadI nei Wednesday, new carpet, Ex cond. 1000sf, CHA, Pets OK, 813-784-2628 refurbished & applianc-
over sz shed 12x14 w $950/mo813-258-2542 SOUTH TAMPA 2br ba 2ted-1cvrd prkno.1
prior to the publication date. work bench. MUST SEE 2801W.EstrellaSt. CE O, CHA, Large Yard, sle $1 / 13-741-249w
$30,000.813-757-0136.Hde Park Area 2br ba, umet Neighborhood, in 212AI Townhouse I
Riverside Club Ruskin /D water incl oCHA T$1,350/mo $350 Dep.
8Polf and boating, L99A PooIviewT, 2nd f1r end Day 9-4:30 877-5129; Brandon, brand new,
CALL 8137520712 TODAY.P aNim Harbor 2br 2ba, unit. No Pets. 3102 n ora- Eve/Wkends286-0153 3br/2.Sba, conveniently
must sell. $4 ,900 obo. tio #21. $1100/ mo + SOUTH TAMPA, 4834 W. located, mins from 175
813-641-7499. dep.813-625-7088 Bay Villa, 3br, 2ba C, c rg kitchen, all appl's,
tLOOKANDLEASE comp remod, new S/ over 1500s nice area.


















S 659-y'01 LOOK FANeDes n SfeI. dse 01 r TEMPLETERRACE asdp 813 -o56 1 &1 Mobile
ROME & SLIGH Area, 3 give a deposit, fill out up appi, grate cnr tps, $1000/mo.813-505-2750
416832 bedroom. bath, very plication same dnay, you W/D avail Ma 1st. BRANDON, near Xpway
very quiet 50 + commu- lookget$100.off still $1650/mo 81395-4428 2/2.5, 2 masters, great
nity, new car et& land- r mo. 754-2200 Plant City for roommates. Gated
scapin W&D facilities, TOWNSGATEAPTS SOUTH TAMPA HOME 1500sf, screen edporch
te.1 7. Old Seminole Heights 5datedhome, 4 lksfrom cable.813-651-1518
SPRING HILL WDIRECTar ORY1BRCHA, centrally Bayshore. $1,350/mo +
village 1 55-. 1990 locate a utilities $1,350 deposit. Call Land 0 Lakes Stage-
2br 23 DaW 6086 I included.$625/mo. Justin @813-785-6278 coach, new, 2br/2Sba,
tNeei RVurn OEcoroted. Security & app. fee. over 1500sf, elegant,
u h IoGRIFFIN'S CONCRETE 813-237-3283 785-4782 TOWN & COUNTRY trails, gated on pols
rrTRACTOR SERVICES Located at: Home beautiful BR, 1.5 layround,2 m to




















Maso Drivew 3010 Jim Redman f TIT T'TTE PLrA ncITY W.513or0 new 3br BaM,2a r Bar,aynl y r mod e wed pl ond, 21607
Cnervry 800.6876,92 Plant City -2 3BR MHs& BA, Newl remodeled 175/ SR6. Aval June.
lDR apt, RV lots. 9am- kitchen & bathroom,$895813-477-6020
3bPatos Slr 2babs $28. H 6 5pm M-F 813-754-6932 co 55+ ated comm'ty $1,150/month. Cal ANT CITY LAKES SR
C,,unvme rao. 8136381-263-726 Town& Country, George
h lTractor Services Tmmn Room B k Room $18007mo. + dep. RdTH.2bmstr2ba r, full furba,
downtown, 2BR/2BA, TOWN N' COUNTRY, 4br, 1,200 sf, apple's W/D.
180 2nd floor 915 sq ft, I 2ba fncdyrd sometile, Fncd, 2 car kp. No pets.
wind7541176ows, new carpe W/ hku $000/mo + $800/mo. 1 bh7746023
Commercial Prop. paint & appliances, se- 1st, last&dep, Bkgrnd & or 305-632-9118
Lease cured bldg your$633.00.mth credit 500 dep. No petsellourcamerainsnap
Want Ads This utClassifies. CREDIT & 813-629-5502366. with an ad in class 426!
BACKGROUND CHECK A Townhouse for rent,
MUST. 813-719-3700 TOwn N Countryw 2brlba, 1580 SF, 3BR, 2.pbath,
dwonRutive CB, CHA W/s hookup, garage, patio,
1180A st PLANT CITY, Historic dead end st $700. 1st & apoliances,1 lease
,JAMS.-1r PLANT CiPernlin.2nd floor 953 sq ft, 1 dep. 7519 N Lois Ave.
i.....LANTCfT Pe-. ir.windows, new carpet, 813-886-4156 WESTCHASE/Ham ton
IN EI G H B ORS: Fencing Business!- 1rLa Firm ia'bi2 uredpaint & appliances,$se- VChase, NEW 3/21/z2.+lg
AIR CONDITIONING HEATING D. .ne '' I,, I D E Cia~re-d orhc t- ~ plus utilities. CREDIT & new carpet, all new consrv, pool&gated, A+
Done Right U -, ,i n t,ng.CBnveniently BACKGROUND CHECK A apple's, fencedyod easy elemmcable water W&D
Reynolas and AlexandEr Notets.$1025/mo, lst&
Street. use .I' confer. TEMPLETERRACE las dep813-685-6841M I obile i
.,,-,L,,-, Jim Johln;area and rearoom. with approved credit VALRICO HOUSE FOR
0 Mini Warehouses r Huge2BR RENT 3br/2ba/2c',
650-010 MnWwhesn and cc'urt house, floorplans 1650sf, erfectdcondI- 1BrAnts&l&2Bedrm
ADVERTISE .F 65 1For0more ,nrormat,,:n 813-989-16101W tion. 500dep / loe
.R 643-1380 5 SIZES $1Soomo. Option tobuy Plant City 813-752-5234
call Tampa USF Area, $50 Moves you avail (813) 661-7687 NEAR 1-4 & 301-1 2 & 3
DEECTORYV i LeaSe wWesley Chapel off SR 54, BR'S. $120-$140.weekly.
5 ,180B'O L$479/mo Marathon key Grand Oaks Subdivision. Some with utilities.
12x25 00LaeA artments Brand new 3br 2ba 2cg, (813) 626-0820
Concrete/Masonryu B813-97;1-7745* WAC formalLR DR, FR, allap- PatCity-2&3BRMH's&
Auto, Boat & RV OFFICE Retail space I H pliances.1No pets. $1250 1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
room960 land 1600sf. 11 +Houses +ep.3- 5pmM-F813-754-6932
GRFFIN Storage CalunnajeanReahed Wesley Chapel PLANT CITY Area on pri-
TaCor EriCeways 01LJmRedmat n A IPLANT CITY. Industrial APOLLO BEACH, Brand 3br,2balcg2 car drive- vate lot water, arage$
Masorury e Driveways 'TREE E R'E 3010 Jim Redman ADVERISE IN THE Park Olfice Space for new3br,2ba,2cargar, way, less than lyr.old, week.813-659-1607
P i SaPn ilea.ce 150 to 3000 sp ft. 2500 sf, screened lanai, near 75. Asking
Patiosr Slabs eSrvice i Plant Ciy DSERVICEDI CTORY ,cluding Conlerence 55+ gated comm'ty. $1150/mo. 813-431-6422 PLANT CITY LAKES SR
Trco1Srie T-nm n .. --.Break-Room $1800/mo. + dep. T2 /'/ba, fully fur-
BMIStarir, t $160 mo. 941-749-5800 paStadiumAr- ndr/ por, fu ro
ResCom7 4 1 -ised carport,rfl room,
754. -C117nt2racfMare Hornerea. lbrlba, W & D hkup ,imne move-inS750.
S Want Ads This Classified Section! 813-888-5366. with anad inclass 426!







24 THE COURIER MAY 5, 2005

Mobile 300
215 Homes Emplo

TURKEY CREEK AREA DW
MH like new, 1 large BR, Ma
1 office, 2 baths, i30 Ma
carport/utility shed. 30L Sup
Non smokers, no pets,
Sr's welcome $700. mo. MANAGER
plus deposit, needed for
83-737-3905 763-5988 Labor's Pla
VALRICO double wide CompanyP
3br, 2batrailer on 4 acre servicing
lot. Rte 60.$650/mo plus tionhospit
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5pm -F813-754-6932 usl Abili
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30 Beach weekends
230 Rentals Competitive
nus & benel
CLEARWATER BEACH Fax res
Belle Harbor luxury 3br 813-290-851
3ba, resort living, below to: region
market rent, 1 yr lease, ablebo
furnished. See at: I
belleharbor.com 320 Mec
For info on amenities 320 Hea
Call for preview
813-299-3202 CNp
WATERFRONT/BEACH Loveable
furnished 2/2 rental Loveable,
with dock. Awesome As ivrs
view Treasure Island, AssistLivin
new kitchen, baths, king Baker813-75
bed, twins, avail CUSTOMER
now(716) 688-8782 busy billing
Waterfront knowledge
231 Rentals resume to 8
TREASURE ISLAND, fur- MASSAGE
nished condo, 2br 2ba lic. Exp pre
open house Sun, May 1, Afternoons
1-4pm. $1200 mo. yrly+ 813-
security. Petless & no Medical Trar
smoking. 813-240-1616. Exp'd Dr.'s
Vacation radiology
II rPacen P/T.Work f
22 laceson office. Exc
resume to 8
Cool Refreshing Vermont CMTI office
Air at Mountanside Re- i I
sort in Stowe. Summer 335 Chil
rates starting at $375 335 Car
weekly 2-4 Bedrooms.
Mountain/Forest Views TEACHER n
pool, near village, golfS School P/T,
Fishing, recreariona Must bh e
path. 800-458-4893 813-752-456
www.mountainsidere-
sort.com Res
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(813) 909-1727 should app
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and P/T av
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HOSTESS &
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2901 W drry'sBalr
290Wanted S. Alexande
WILL HAUL Trash Junk, KITCHEN HI
Clean Sheds, Yard, Tires Waitresses
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DOIT! 737-3351763-3745 Shack, N.
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class 480 and unleash washer with
some of those pups! pliances, clh


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yment

nagement-
ervisory
TRAINEE-
r Able Body
nt City tearpm.
specializes in
he construc-
ality, light in-
and special
rket. Duties
dispatching
job sites, set-
w accounts,
vice calls to
recruiting
c. Bilingual
Spanish) a
ity to work
irs to include
a MUST.
salary, bo-
fits pkg.
umeto
12 or E-mail
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.dy.net
lical/
Ith Care

WS
Dependable,
Autumn
1307 E.
2-1648
SERVICE for
I and collec-
office. Ins
needed. Fax
813-621-5810
THERAPIST,
.f'd. F/T-P/T.
. Plant City.
12-2440
iscriptionist,
s, hospital &
accts. F/T-
rom home or
Sbenes. Fax
13-689-2741,
,685-4960.
d/Adult
e
needed PRE-
(Will Train)
e flexible

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vitality/


PIZZA
ing applica-
II positions.
ly at 114 N.
St.
REQUIRED.
CE P/T help
ion. Women
d to apply.
57-2413
SK SALES
ily the BEST
ly. Exp, Flex
y shifts. F/T
ail. Comfort
ity 1-4, Exit
707-6081
SSERVERS
exp. Apply in
11a or 2-4p
r&Grill,1701
r, Plant City
ELP F/T. &
Apply m per-
cy Catfish
Park Rd
752-7224
nload your
n an ad in ap-
ass 416.


Brandon 1020 Kings Ave.
Brandon 1531 E. Brandon Blvd.
Dover 12902 Newsome Rd.
Gibsonton 13150 U.S. Hwy. 41
Land 0' Lakes 2400 Land 0' Lakes Blvd.
Lithia 13411 FishHawk
Lutz -18902 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Lutz 23512 S.R. 54
Plant City 2401 John Redman Pkwy.
Riverview -11015 Bloominigdale Ave.
Riverview 13220 S. U.S. 301
Riverview 9817 S. U.S. 301
Riverview 3603 ': Faultenibuirg' I'J
Valrico 3629 E S R 61:1
Wesley Chapel 27219' R 54
Zephyrhills 38544- 5th Ave


I ILegal
S349Profession

PARALEGAL/LOAN
CLOSING SPECIALIST -
Leading agribusiness
lender seeks a qualified
Paralegal/Loan Closing
Specialist to assist a
team of commercial and
corporate lending offi-
cers servicing 13 central
Florida counties from
our Lakeland office. Key
responsibilities include:
completion of legal doc-
uments and assisting
loan officers in meeting
loan closing require-
ments. Minimum uali-
fications include: Asso-
ciate paralegal degree
or equivalent experi-
ence; strong computer
and communication
skills. Salary commen-
surate with experience.
Excellent benefit pack-
age. EOE. Send resume
and salary require-
ments to: Farm Credit of
Central Florida, Attn: HR
Dept,PO Box 8009
Lakeland, FL 33802
PARALEGAL trademark
prosecution and litiga-
tion; downtown TPA;
exc salary/benefits/
mentors. Fax confiden-
tial resume to Carol
Hague 727-441-8617
RVs: Your Transportation
to Adventure! Turn to
Classified when you're
in the market buy orsell!
Admin/
350 General
Office
ASST: Excell. oppty.
Detailed & organized
Email Resume/Cover
jplouffl@yahoo.com
COST CLERK (Entry Level)
Plant City area. Duties
include: time card and
materials entry to cost
accounting system, job
closure, data entry, ac-
count reconciliation and
journal entries. 10-key
by touch preferred, pro-
ficient with MS Excel,
Word and Access, along
with knowledge of Ac-
counting software also
desirable. Applicant
should have strong
work ethic, be able to
multi-task and be physi-
cally able to work in a
fast paced manufactur-
ing environment. Non-
Smoker Prefer. After
qualificationperiod em-
ployee benefits include
vacation, holiday (6),
medical, life and dental
insurance. Fax Resume
and Salary History to
MTEC International
LTD, ATTN: RICHARD at
813-659-9847.
CLASSIFIED
WORKS!
Office Assistant, F/T.
If you are friendly,
dependable & drug free,
please call Irene at
White Aluminum, Plant
City branch 813-717-9177
Office Jobs! Plant City/
Lakeland. 813/754-5997
www.ritastaffing.com
RECEPTIONIST Person-
able w/ good phone
skills for small growing
Co. Call 813-659-9700
Receptionst M-F
Call CDCS 813-251-2942;
fax 813-251-2956


ISalon/Spa
357 Personnel

HAIR STYLIST,
FL license & exp d for
Nursing Home in Plant
City. Monday's only.
Must do all types all
tpes of Hair including
Press & Curl. Ca
1-800-681-9840
1360 Trades




A/C MECHANICS
Payne A/C has openings:
* Service & Mainf.Techs
* Installers, pipers
and Startup
Good pay, Benefits and
Training. (813) 754-1955
. 1

AUTO TECH Exp. tire tech
for busy Valrico shop.
Signing bonus. 813-661-
3955; fax: 684-9563
BOAT TRAILER
ASSEMBLERS,
Mechanically inclined.
Plant City, 813-764-0242
Bridge Foremen,
Welders, Rodbuster &
Carpenters. Competitive
pay & benefits. EOE.
enson Construction
1-877-709-1001
Carpenters F/T, top pay,
tools & trans., clean
appearance, referenc-
es. Call 813-621-5167
DRYWALL FOREMAN -
Finishers/Hangers/
Framers. Commercial
work (No Subs). To
Pay, Health Insurance &
Drug Free Environment.
813.387.6002 ext. 134.
ELECTRICIANS &
HELPERS. EXP. & VALID
DRIVERS LIC REQ. Benes.
Robertson Electrical
Services. Seffner
622-7772. DFWP
Electricians, Premier
Electric The Residential
Wiring Specialists., has
openings in Tampa &
Sarasota. Florida's larg-
est residential electrical
contractor. Excellent
pay & benefits. DFW.
Call 813-997-4587.
HOME Inspection Compa-
ny, Est 16 yrs seeks ap-
plicatant to train. Past
trade experience, own
vehicle a must. Fax
Resume: 727-736-0520
IRRIGATION TECH WANT-
ED, new installs/repair,
min 3 yrs experience.
813-294-1736.
MECHANIC, Diesel truck,
hydraulic a plus. Exc.
pay, bene/401(k), Co.
truck. 813-855-2121
MIG Welder Machine
shop + Rita Staffing
813-754-5997
PAINTERS, Experienced,
work in Ruskin area. Call
Tracy 813-641-8500 or
813-690-0224
SERVICE PLUMBER
TOP PAY, commission,
overtime, van, phone,
vacation insurance,
401k 813-971-7523 or
927-6965
Sell our camerain asnap
wie an adin class 426!


Tampa 5604 N. Hesperides
Tampa 5001 Memorial Hwy.
Tampa 8801 Memorial Hwy.
Tampa -10601 Sheldon Rd.
Tampa 12049 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 6008 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 4901 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 2301 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa -13151 Race Track Rd.
Tampa 8305 W. Hillsborough Ave.
Tampa 7124 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa -11211 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 5616 S. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 311 E. Davis Blvd.
Tampa- 5125 W. Cypress St.
Tampa -17621 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Tampa 5102 Pointe of Tampa Way
Tampa 7301 Temple Terrace Hwy.
T mpa 369.' Gad-,d', Blvd
Tampa 3444 W Columrnbuj Ave
T.Tam pa 3101 G~ridv lvd M.a.:Dill Ave
T13 mp,3 4301 Ehrlih:h Rd


1360 | Trades I
High volume Cabnetr
Shop needs FT help. Exp.
only & Installers.
Tools/trans.
Call 813-875-9955
13611 Construction
A/C ROUGH-END Installer
& Helpers. Top Pay!! $9-
18/hr based on exp.
R/1 Will Train. Work in
Sarasota/Manatee.
941-377-3602
ROOFERS & LABORERS
for built up metal tile &
rubber roofing. EXP =
$$$.1-877-596-1150
Tired of the same "old"
thing? Sell your antiques
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1370 | Sales |

NOW HIRING
SALES AGENTS
813-495-8153
375 Driver/
375 Delivery

BUS DRIVERS WANTED,
experienced -CDL 3yr P
endorsement required.
813-620-3332. Great Pay



Driver-LOCAL
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CLASSIFIED WORKS
DRIVER NEEDED, part-
time. Must have CDL-B
and good driving record.
Pay starts $16.10 per
hour. Call 800-423-2222,

DRIVER
needed for tanker, local
delivery only, some
week-ends, Call
813-478-1192

DRIVERS
Are you getting apay
raise in 2005? Roehl
drivers are! Van drivers-
up to 39t plus bonus.
Flatbed drivers-up to
41t plus bonus, plus
tarp. Sign-on bonus.
Students Welcome.
Class A required. EOE
Call Roehl,
"THE TAKE HOME MORE,
BE HOME MORE CARRI-
ER."
$$$ 800-626-4915 $$$
www.GoRoehl.com
DRIVERS, Class A needed
immed. Up to 45K +,
knowledge of food serve.
helpful. Apply in Person
Bud's Poultry 1702 Jim
Johnson Rd. Plant City.


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


3I Driver/ I
375 Delivery

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.
DRIVERS LCT WANTS
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.
LCTransportation.com
Owner Operators:
TAKE THE FIRST STEP
TOWARD A BETTER
FUTURE!!
**Lease Purchase Plan
Available**
SGreat pay
Guaranteed home time
No Lease-On Costs
SSpouse Rider Program
SPaid Orientation
2yrs OTR exp req.
Miller Transporters, Inc.
Call Brian Hall
at our Plant City, FL oc
1-866-581-8976
www.millert.com
SCHWAN'S ROUTE
SALES- Schwan's Home
Service Inc., (Schwan's)
the nation's largest dis-
tributor of frozen foods,
is currently hiring highly
motivated Route Man-
agers in Tallahassee,
Jacksonville, Punta Gor-
da, & Miami to provide
home sales & delivery of
fine frozen foods. Previ-
ous customer service,
restaurant manage-
ment, retail manage-
ment, or sales experi-
ence a Schwan s of-
fers an excellent benefit
package & starting pay
of $120 to $130 per ay.
1-800-336-7569 or email
yo resume: david.dan-
els3 @schwans.com
(eeo/aa)

SOMERLOTT
Trucking Needs Class A
Drivers 813-478-7811
SWEEPER DRIVERS,
D lic. 9pm-7am, hard
work. $360 per week.
Call 813-243-3023
13801 General I
DAIRY Milkers needed,
apply9-5 pm.. H.C. Dairy
Farm, 902 Walker Rd
Lakeland 863/687-4866
Selling a guitar can be
easier than playing it.
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727-430-0906
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402 Collectibles
A Mothers Treat. Sweet BED $100
Memories Antiques A brand new qn pillow
Spring Tea and Sale plush mattw/15 yrwrty.
Refreshments, Sat, May CaT Qalitve 8507
7, 10-5, 608 N Parsons.
Brandon. 685-3728
American Artists clock, BED$215 KING
Elvis Clock, Marilyn A brand name orthopedic
Monroe, Lucille Ball, inner spring pillowtop
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U.95-19.75 813.874.3065 plastic w/wrty. Can
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cracker jars, etc.
727-687-7838 BED $350 1
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used. All gauges.
813-677-5008- BEDSET$298
21" thick pillow top
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813-831-3840
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riety of different sizes
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"Admiral's Cup" $6000 can dovetailneverused
at Mayor's. Like New still in box. Armoire incl.
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tails. Asking $3,000 obo. sell $3,900.
813-765-1743 www.solidwood
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sel$7250866-484-5723 & armoire, brand new,
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9a-4p.M-S.81-651-3266. SWEDISHBEDDING.COM
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plastic w/warr. can del.
813-833-1145 |i liwi ui inI
BED $260 S PE
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del. 813-251-3134
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10 pc sleigh bd set, newin, -RS
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SOFA/LOVE $425
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warr. can del.
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oxes w11warr. 40x23x9 $55.00 for both.
813-251-3134 813-754-5957
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plastic w/warr. $150 mond w Tonneau cover.
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Sportside bed. Like
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14801 Dogs I
American Staffordshire
Terriers, 4M, 3F, born
2/12/05, dble reg big
blue, blue brindle, fawn
$600 & up. 813-232-9317
AUSTRALIAN CATTLE
DOG PUPS, Beautiful/
working stock, parents
on premises. $200.
813-355-6234 Lv Mssg
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD
Pups, beautiful & social.
3 Females, 4 Males.
$150. Ready now!
352-518-1138
Australian Shepherd Mix
Puppies. 8 weeks. M/F.
Shots, health certs, pa-
er trained. $125.
13-657-5927, 841-2788.
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD
MINI, Best quality!
Health checks! raised
with kids. $500. Call
352-465-1496
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD
PUPS 4 Males NSDR
registered, 8 weeks
Please call:
It 813-967-5756 1
BEAGLE Puppies AKC,
Show/pet, bred from
champions, health
certs, tri-colored, 9wks.
$400.813-752-8172
BEAGLE Pups taking dep,
ready 5/21. Health cer-
tificates 1st shots. Tri
color & chocs avail. $250
863-425-8331
BICHON FRISE, 12 wks,
male, hlth certs, w/pa-
pers & shots, non-shed,
$400/cash. Citrus Cty.
352-726-9570
BICHON Pups, AKC,
Champ line HIth certif,
home raised, vet
checked, 1st shots
$500 each 813-973-8834
Blue Merle Border Collie
Chmp Bloodline, M 9 mo
AKC, shots, House6rokn
Crate trained & incld
$600 cash 813-368-3498
BORDER Collie, Regis-
tered, R/W, Female
trained, Blue Males,
started, $150 each.
813-220-4668
BORDER COLLIES Reg.
$200 & Up. Will Deliver,
abcbordercollies.com
Hith Guar. 888-229-0621

BOXER Pups, Ready to Go
5/3/05.1st Shots, Heath
Certs, 4 Fern, 3 Males,
Fawns & Brindles, $450
Cash 813-837-4778
BOXERS 8 wk male fawn
puppies pure bred, par-
ents present, health
cert's. $500 cash each.
813.368-9659
BULL TERRIER PUPPIES
AKC $1000 Ready 4/30.
Emai Kristina3601 85
@msn.com for pics or
call (813) 866-0250
Cavalier New $1100
Tiny Tots
CLOSE OUT PRICES
New Havanese, Boxers,
Maltese, Maltipoo,
Cocpoo, Shiba, ug,
Bichon. Specials on
Cavalier M-$700. All
Shih Tzu $500. Shots,
wormed. 813-653-4384,
4385 Links Paw Tr.
Valrico, Closed Sun.
Lic # P05-077909
CHIHAUHAUS 1 F spayed
hsbrken heart worm
neg. $306; 1 F choc long
hair 5 mos. $450; 1 choc
short hair 3 mos. $450.
(863) 425-1007
COCKER SPANIELS AKC,
Rare chocolate
Family raised
813-661-2699
COCKER SPANIEL PUPS,
black & white, pure
bred, 1st shots, hith
cert. $300. 813-764-8780
or 813-842-9107
COLLIE PUPPIES, AKC
registered. $300
ready to go.
813-436-6776
COLLIE puppies, AKC, 3
left, Powder Blue Merle
F, Tri-color M, Sable M.
$600+ Housebroken
813-737-6039 716-4349
COLLIES CKC registered,
5 females, 4 males
Sable/White, Avail 5/9
$400 each 813 662-3181
or 813 215-7902
CONTROL hook, round, &
tapworms. Rotate Hap-
py Jack Liquivict.r, &
apeworm Tablets.
Contains NO fenbendi-
zole. TSC Stores
813-707-1185
-www.happyjack-
inc.com-
CORGI PEMBROKE AKC
Puppies, Female Adults
& Dep on future litters.
C. Cards OK 352-523-1360
or 813-299-1626
DACHSHUND Puppies,
Mother on site, Variety
of colors AKC/CKC,
health certs. $450-$650
813-391-4578,870-1997
DACHSHUNDS, Mini, ACA
reg. short hair 1st
shots, 3-F, 3-M, 3-black,
2-brown, 1-white, $500-
$650.813-657-4213
DASCHSHUND Pups, AKC,
mini or standard fam
raised vet v Will hold
for Mother's Day $400 + .
813-977-4385; 298-8179
Rid your garage of bugs -
VW Bugs that is! Place
your a in autosfor sale,
class 649.


1480 Dogs I
English Bull Dog Pups,
AKC. Champion blood-
lines, white, fe-
males/male. $1800 to
$2000.863-683-4010.
English Bulldog Puppies,
AKC registered, all
shots, 63 champion
blood line. Will be born
on 5/17. Taking deposits
of $500.863-409-6629.
English Bulldog pups,
AKC, Int'l champ blood
lines, parents on prem-
ises, outstanding pup-
pies. show potn. Can
e-mail pics. $2300 &
$2500. Taking deposits.
352-797-6344. www.Bar-
kersBulldogs.com
ENGLISH MASTIFF pups,
Champ blood lines,
wormed, all shots, 5F,
4M, $1,500.352-373-6373
386-462-2699
jhedg1234@aol.com
GERMAN SHEPHERD,
AKC, BigBoned Pups/
Adults, Rich Colors &
Blacks, family oriented.
$650 & up (941)809-6242
GERMAN SHORTHAIRED
POINTER PUPPIES Ac-
cepting deposits, AKC, 3
female, 2 male, mother
on site born 3/26 $500
(813) 763-4762
GIANT SCHNAUZERS,
AKC 6 males, 3 females,
avail now. Born 2/20/05.
Shots & health certs.
$800 386-235-3831
V GOLDENDOODLES V
Blondes 2(M), Blks2(F)
2 (M), Top quality, Low
Shed, Delivery. $1200.
423 420-6580 /920-1246
ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS,
10wks, 2 F health certs &
shots (Parents 7 &
161bs). $525
813-661-3075
JACK RUSSELL PUPS,
smooth coat, vet
checked, $300. Ready
05/08. Parents on prem-
ises. (863) 537-2170
LAB, Adult female,
Yellow, 2 yrs old, AKC,
not housebroken. $400.
813-996-6929

LAB PUPPY CHOCOLATE
MALE 10 wks. AKC $250
(813) 873-7084

LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
wormed, vet cert. Block
head, champ, bkgrd.
Pedigrees. Parents/
grandparents on site.
$300-$400 352-307-0772
LAB Pups registered, 8
yellow, 5 chocolate, tak-
ng deposits. ready 6/11
$400-$500 EA.
813-763-3798
LAB PUPS, Yellow AKC, 4
Females, 1 Male, hith
cert, home raised, view
both parents. $300.
Call 352-536-2371
Labradoodle-Black fe-
male, FIB, 11wks, shots
up to date, hypoaller-
genic. Crate incl. $1200.
813-695-3912

Labrador Puppies
Black & Chocolate
Male & Female
Call 813-829-6389
MALTESE ages 5mos and
under, $450+ .
Also Yorkie Pups
betsat@acun.com Cash
941-322-9563
MINI DACHSUND Ador-
able 8 wk old piebald
male wants to go home
with you today. CKC reg,
hlthcert$4000BO, (813)
610-6158
OLD ENGLISH MASTIFF
4 PUPS. 3 female, 1 male.
All shots, black mask,
good bloodline, POP.
$800. Call 813-994-0912
POMERANIAN puppy
sweet 12wk old, AKC,
champ blood, needs lovy-
ing owner w/puppy pk,
$750.813-967-2734
POODLE toy AKC, F
2/13/04, blk. all vac. 5
Ibs, FHC $750. One show
white .M. Pup, 1 '/z lb.
$750 727-934-3371
POODLES AKC Adorable
Tiny Toys $1100; Toys
$800; Mini APricot $500;
Champ line, Health Cert.
863/537-1648
POODLES, TOY, 8 wks old,
AKC papers vet
checked, adorable
Males, Apricot & Red.
$450 cash. 813-973-4461
PUG PUPS Beautiful bk,
AKC, champ bid, 2M, 1st
shots health certs. Rd
5/2. $750 813-220-122
or 813-924-2641 even.

Puppies 4 Sale
Park Ave.Puppy
813-662-2592
Lic# P04062440
ROTTWEILER, AKC regis-
tered female 2 yrs old,
great with kids. $500
Call 352-206-4707
or 813-655-1291.
SCHNAUZER, MINI Pups,
AKC, 8wks 2-M hand
raised, shots, tails/dew
claws done, $450
813-310-5783
Schnauzers Mini, AKC 2
white males, 1 white fe-
male. 10 wks, $400 each.
Parents on premises.
Health cert. Pinellas
727-526-5587
CLASSIFIED
IS ACCESSIBLE


1480 I Dogs I
SHARPEI PuPPY 4-
MONTH OLD RED BOY
FULLY HOUSEBROKEN
ALL SHOTS PERFECT
HEALTH CALL
813-972-0035 $700
SHELTY VPUPSVV
AKC, shots, health certs,
beautiful sweet pups,
ready now. $600 M&F
727-343-5166
SHIBA-INU (Mini Akitas)
AKC puppies champion
bloodlines. $800 & up.
Avail May 1st.
(863) 412-5152
SHIH-TZU CKC reg'd
Black & White, 4 playful
males, shots & health
certificates. $450. Call
813-967-3882
NOODLES Male &.Fe-
male shots, wormed,
Salt/Pepper & Black,
$400 Obo. READY NOW!
Call 352-212-0302
WELSH CORGI (Pem)
Black trip's, ready 5/12
$400-$500. Taking dep.
Health certs & shots.
352-588-0826; 424-1935
YORKIE BABY FACES, AKC
12wks,tinv, great coats,
1st shots & health cert,
see parents, Male-$700,
Fem-$1000 352-748-7500
YORKIES, 2-M, Born
2/28/05 No Papers
$350/ea Vet v 'd, Healthi
certs & first shots.
813-707-8635
YORKIES, AKC, 1 very rare
small brown & tan M
1500; 1 small M $1000;
S-F, 2yrs old, very loving
needs meds & loving
home 863-382-9711

YORKIESu- CUTE!
AKC 9 weeks Blue & Gold
small, health certs. $950
each. Call 352-542-9335

Vaccine Clinic
Saturday May 21
12:00 4:00pm
at
Petland Tampa
7699 W. Waters Ave.
813-249-8700
Sponsored by:
VCA Tampa Bay
Animal Hospital
813-933-6609
$10.00 Per Vaccine
Not designed for Puppies,
Kittens, or Ill pets

ADORABLE
PUPPY SALE




A Selection of More Than
50 PUPPIES
Beagle, Bichon Boxer,
Chihuahua, Dachshund,
Lab, Pomeranian, Poodle,
Pug, Shih Tzu, Husky,
Silky, Westie, Yorkie,
plus many, many more
All Puppies Come With:
*Heal h Warranty
'Free Vet Visit
'Free Training DVD
*100% Financing Avail.
Also, a Large Section of
Freshwater Fish, Reptiles
Sm mal Animals, Birds &
All Your Supply Needs

Petland Tampa
7699 W. Waters Ave.
813-249-8700
M-F 11-9 Sat 10-9 Sun 11-7
Visa, McAmex Discover
P64-070213
1481 I Cats I
DEVON REX KITTENS Elfin
looks, impish charm
health certificates & 1st
shot. $450 727-522-8613
Ready now

Y Kittens &CatsY
Free to godd home. Spay-
ed neutered, some vac-
cines (813) 963-6612
PERSIAN KITTENS, CFA,
champ lines solid
white tortie & black, Vet
1,.$350. Adorable!
Call 813-643-0909
j482 Birds I
African Gray Congos,
Timnehs, Indian
Ringnecks, Moustache
Parakeets. Also breeder
cages. 813-972-5380
Breeder Birds, Amazons,
Bonded, Blue fronts,
$800. Yellow Napes
900. Scarlet Macawas
1550. 352-429-8242.
corkybird@aol.com

CATALINA MCCAW Talks,
w/large cage. $1000;
(863)425-1007

COCKATIELS & CAGES
CALL 813-886-1635

LOVEBIRDS, hand raised
$65 ea;COCKATIELS $40
& upplus breeding pair;
QUAKER PARROTlove-
able & talks $125.
813-685-2256 2p-7p
Want Ads


1482 1 Birds |
MACAW, Blue & Gold,
Fern handed, 21/z yrs
old. Very nice Avian ac-
cent oak cage w/SS bars
Pd $2800 for cage. Both
for $2500. Serious in ui-
ries only 813-661-3136
UMBRELLA COCKATOOS
Two young,talkative
cockatoos w/large
cage. Will separate.
$1,900 OBO, (813)
731-5199
14831 Exotic I
BAY AREA REPITLES
Largest selection in Bay
area. Unbeatable pric
es! 813-966-7530 www.
bayareareptiles.com
1498 | Estate Sales
SCC. 2009 Chicory Off N
Pebble Beach. Fri & Sat
8-2pm.
Golf Cart, Freezer, Enter-
tainment Center, Sofa,
Loveseat, Dining Room
Table & Chairs Coffee
Table, Dining Tables &
Chairs, Wall Clock,
Swivel Recliners, King &
Queen Bedroom Sets,
urio, Desk, Vanity
Fax machine, Portable
Sewing machine, File,
Desk Chair, Cupboard,
Magic bullet, Gas Grill,
Patio Furniture,
Painting, Household &
Miscelaneous.
JOHNNY JONES
AU89AB85
SUN CITY CENTER
CINDY'S ESTATE SALE
967-0416
Fri5/6&SatS/7 8-2
1225 Del WebbW.
Entry tbl w/mirror,
sectional sofa, couch,
chrs, stereo, roll top
desk, bookcases, sewing
mach. antique BR set
w/vanity & tall chest, BR
set w/chest & ngt tbl,
safe, W/D, tools,
collectibles & more!
49 Garage, Yard
4991 Sales, Etc.




PLANT CITY 2407 Karen
Dr, N of Mike Sansone
Park & Dorene Terrace
off Wilder Rd, Fri & Sat
5/6 & 7. Fun Mother's
Day Shopping! Janet has
a nice selection of gift at
a good price. Ladies (M-
L) clothes and lots of ac-
cessories, boutique
looks etc & MORE


MOVING '

PLANT CITY, 3910 N Wil-
der Rd, Fri & Sat May 6 &
7 8AM until ? Furniture,
household goods, lin-
ens, books, decorator
items and treasures
PLANT CITY 808 Wood-
lawn Ave Fir & Sat 5/6 &
7,7AM-3PM, Mutli-fami-
ly sale, Furniture, Tools,
Fishing equipment, Kids
Items, Lots of Misc
Items
PLANT CITY, 903 Pinedale
Dr.Sat May7, 8AM-2PM,
Multi family yard sale
with lots of misc items
PLANT CITY. E Walden
Lake 2108 Elmwood
Court, Fri Night 6PM til ?.
Sat 8AM-2PM. TV, VCR,
patio furniture, Mothers
Day Gifts, Hand Toolsd
Radial arm saw, band
SaW. 22e air compresSr
PLANT CITY Huge Yard
Sale, car parts, grills,
dishes, furniture May 6
&7th, 7am-? 5008 Armor
Rd, offHolloway.
PLANT CITY-Walden
Lake, large 3-family
sale, Sat. 8-1. Lots of
misc. & baseball cards.
2907 Hammock Vista Ct.
PLANT CITY, Woman's
Club Indoor yard Sale!
April 2nd.'8am-12pm.
1110 N. Wheeler St.
between Hwy 92
towards 1-4.
TOWN N' COUNTRY, Huge
estatesale! Dealerswel-
come! All must go!
Sat/Sun 4/30-5/1. InIc
machinery & 78 records.
7109 Hazelhurst Ct.
500-549
Farmer's Market

I Fruits &
500 Vegetables

U pick Tomatoes,
Artesian Farms Ruskin.
Hwy 674 @ 30th Street
SE, behind KFC. Open
7/wk8am-5pm.
YOU PICK Blue Berries
$2.50 Ib, Laporte Lane
off East Bowman Rd. 1
mi South of Hernando
and Pasco County line,
on U.S. 41. Open Monday
-Sunday,9-5pm. For info
call 352-796-3659
I 510 1Farm Equip. I
26' flatbed gooseneck
trailer, good cond. $2200
813-601-7504

It's A Buyers' Market........
......and Classified is the
BUYER'S MARKETPLACE!


15101 Farm Equip. I
Horse Trailer 2000Jamco,
all aluminum, B/P, 2
horse slant w/large
front & rear tack areas.
$9000 obo. 813-503-3403
I 1: Horses &
I' J Livestock
Thoroughbreds Chestnut
Stallion, 6 yrs,
POWERHOUSE! $5000;
Brazilian Bred, black-
bay gelding, 6 yrs,
$3000; both sane -
sound; AQHA Red Dun
Yearling Colt, gentle,
$2200. 813-634-5900.
sugarflatsfarm.com
Quarter Horse-$500,
Pony-$500, Mini-$200,
All Kid-safe. + 30 more!
Will finance anyone. $0
dn, $100/mo. Many
beautiful paints! Will
trade & rent $15/hr,
$25/day. Call now:
813-649-1126 www.
suncitystables.com
Arabian Colt, 2 yrs old,
Homozygous Black,
15H, imprinted, shown
successfully, calm,
flashy, exc for breeding
or show, started under
saddle. $5000(863)
559-1045/813-650-0680
POLE BARNS, Garages,
workshops, horse barns
*20x20x9 $2,600
*20x30x9 $4,200
*24x24x9 $4,032
*24x40x9 $ ,6020
Other Sizes Available
813-713-2333 788-3501
Free Horse if boarded
with us! Full board;
$250/mo. Horses rented
- $15/hr, $25/day Call
now 813-649-1126 www.
suncitystables.com
Turn to Classified you
can Bank on our Bargains
Reg. Paint 2 yr old Filly,
not broke,$2000 & 10 yr
old QH Foundation Geld-
ing, needs exp rider.
$1500813-690-3249
WANTED: GOATS, SHEEP,
LAMAS, & CASTLE. TOP
PRICES PAID. GOOD
HOME. CALL CINDY
NOW 813-649-1126
HERDS OF BLACK ANGUS
blk/wht face & Brangus
cows. Also black Angus
Bulls. 850-510-4854 or
229-246-1819
PALOMINOS AQHA
Mares, Geldings, Fillys,
Colts, Starting @ $1500
& up. 813-986-6909 or
813-363-3735
QUARTER HORSE MARE
12 yrs old exp'd rider,
$900. Mo-Fri after 2pm'
813-903-5278
sat-sun 813-907-3678
WANTED!! Horses,
ponies tack, trailers &
equip. 'op prices paid.
Good home. Call Cyndi
now: 813-649-1126
HERD DISPERSAL 60 head
cross bred cows, calving
now, Take one or all.
$750 each.
352-494-9404
2 Horse BP Tho Size
Trailett all aluminum.
Asking$3,500
Call 352-628-1916
CALVES (3) Hereford, An-
usa, Charolais $1200
orALL.752-8050
SoPastures &
526 Stalls

Full pasture board on 50
acres in Wesley Chapel.
Stalls, round pen &
arena. $200 monthly.
Call 352-999-1342
1527 Hay & Grain I
HORSE QUALITY ALFALFA
hay, compressed Idaho
alfalfa bales, 72-78-ibs,
.delivery available dis-
cour orn large q uani,
t,re,813.477 4179[vm-.g


Recreation

I Motor Homes
560 .RV's
19' Dodge Coach House,
58K mi, self-contained,
all working, good cond.
runs great. $6500.
813-653-1231* 220-3666


560 n I Motor Homes
- |. RV's

21' 1995 Winnebago Rial-
ta, fully self contained,
many extras, 56k miles,
16-18 mpg. Asking
$18,500.813-633-2411.
28.5' 1999 RV Four Winds
5000 30k miles, sleeps 6
comfortably, very well
kept clean, like new.
Must see. $25,500 obo
727-381-2913
30'2003 Keystone Laredo
5th WhI, 1 slide-out,
sleeps 6. Barely used!
Must Sell due to illness.
$20K obo 813-685-4971
32'Southwind 97,38k mi
quality throughout,
slide out, corian count-
er, convection oven, ice
maker, hd wd fir, cam-
era, generator so much
more! $40k
813-645-5877
35' Pace Arrow Vision
1996, rear camera, level-
ing jacks, 45k miles, pet-
fect condition, needs
nothing. $36,900 obo.
Wil take trade
813-645-9155
941-812-7974
40' Alpine 99 Coach pur-
chased new in 2001.
Wrrty til 2006. Too many
options to list. $124,500.
Call 941-355-1403 Email:
louistrudel@comcast.net
40'Beaver 2004 Monteray,
quad slide, 8k mi, all ex-
tras, GPS SAT-TV, etc.
Can see @: www.home-
page.mac.comn/mike
3www New price $285k.
Sell @ $205k w/5yrwarr.
813-963-91767
40' BEAVER MARQUIS
1990 300hp Cat 4spd Al-
lison trans, lots of op-
tions, good condition.
$65K. (727) 639-9849
40' Holiday Rambler Im-
perial 2002, 400 ISL,23K
mi, cherry cabs, 3s-o 4
dr w/ icemaker W/D,
Qu bed, no smkg/pets,
aquahot, ad co cov d.
Bal 7-yr warr. Mint cond,
more options. Pd $311K,
sell $196K 740-423-6906;
304-483-5603
888-Bates RV Nearly 600
Airstream Jayco
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tampa.

562 Travel Trlrs

24' Coachman 1998, Well
maint. New Awning,
includes hitch, sway bars,
&tow mirrors. Sleeps 6
$6600 716-816-8996
26' 2004 Puma, 5th wheel,
slider, sleeps 8 used on-
ly twice, ie new.
$13,500. 13-684-4187

35' 1992 PROWLER 2 bed,
front QN, rear bunks,
non-smkr, awning, ste-
reo, central air, very
nice! $8900 obo (813)
788-7752
37' '05 Franklin 2 super
slides, 2/CHA, W/D,
D/W awning, every
option, this wk only
$21,500512-791-1516
38"96 Park Model Hyline
TT, immac., records,
ducted AC, new cpt, aw-
ning + scrn rm, $10500.
813-681-6498,732-4457.
40' 2005 Impala travel
trailer, 3 slides, 2br, air,
washer/ dryer, more.
$25,999 obo
813-391-6248
8'7" Fleetwood Elkhorn
R8 slide-in truck camper
for small bed truck. Air,
heat, full bath, refrig,
stove, oven microwave.
$11,560.727-856-3167
Coleman Niagara Elite
2002 model, Loaded,
Exc. Cond. $7500.
813-920-3222
I Recreational
564 Rental

COLEMAN POPUP
CAMPERS available for
rent. A/C, sink, stove,
frig. For reservations
carl Lyrn 813 54E-1827
1565 I RV Storage I
C'wood RV/Boat storage.
Sec pkg w/24 hr access,
bright night lighting &
wash area. From $35
813-968-4991; 505-2803


1565 | RV Storage I
South Bay RV & Boat
Storage -Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000
Fowler & 1-75
RV's/Boats, etc. Security,
$50/mo
813-986-3094'
MURPHY ROAD OUTSIDE
STORAGE BOATS & RV's
629-9567 Riverview
580 I Swimming
580 Pools & Spas

A-i SPAS
FACTORY DIRECT
SUPER SALE!
Spas from $1199
5 person 36 jet spa
with cover& set-up $3999
SPECIAL *
Ozonator steps, rainbow
light, w/purchase $149
Custom spa covers $229
We move spas
9017 Adamo Drive
S.W. Corner Hwy 301 & 60
813-623-9997
Offers only valid
with this ad
HOT TUB, 5 person, red-
wood cabinet, transfer-
able warranty. Sacrifice
$1495.813-786-9802.

HOT TUB, Ozone, with
Cover, barely used,
factory warranty.
$1,650
Call 941-350-7654
SPA! Must Sell! 7-person
Deluxe. Never used. In-
cludes cover, will deliver.
Full Warranty. Can fi-
nance W.A.C., payments
under $100 per month.
In a hurry. CALL
800-980-7727
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)
980-7727.
SWIMSPAS, Looking for a
pool but you don'twant
to spend a fortune or deal
with the aggravation!
Spa Warehouse*
is looking for display
homesites to show our
t swimspas. 1
Save Thousands!
813-931-5900
416 W. Waters Ave
Tampa, ask for Dan.
2' Water
583u Vehicles
2002 KAWASAKI ULTRA
150 bought new 5/03,
extwarrfil 5/06, low hrs,
exc cond, trr, trr, cover &
many extras. $5500 OBO
(352)588-2308
SEADOO 2000, 3
passenger, runs great
w/traiIer. $5,000.
863-471-1790

WAVERUNNER, Kawasaki
X-2, 650cc, Very Very
Low Hours! Great
Shape, Fresh Water Use!
$950 obo. 813-289-0033
YAMAHA 2001 GP 1200
59hrs and 2000 GP 800
93hrs Double Trailer Ga-
rage Kept 4 vest $9500
OBO (813) 493-0033
JET SKI'97 Polaris
$2,000
863-647-0039
15841 Boats I
12'Canoe, Old Town Still-
water 12, fiberglass, 41"
beam, 50 Ibs, very stable
w/good tracking, near
new w/ 2 wood paddles
& cover. $475 (813)
300-7231
12' fiberglass canoe, in-
cludes electric motor,
motor mount, battery
battery charger, padded
seats and paddles.
$475.813-641-0112
15' Sugar Sand Jet Boat
$4500 obo & Yamaha
Stand Up Jet Ski with
racing engine $2300
obo. 813-933-4226.
16' Lonestar Alum, V-
Bow Motor Trailer,
Many access. Rigged for
fishing. Good Shape!
$1300.813-988-8677
Sell yourcamerain asnap
with an ad in class 426!


1584 | Boats I
16.5'AquaSport 1997, CC,
48HP Johnson, SS prop,
poling plat, troll motor,
depth finder, live well.
$6 00obo813-841-4126
17' 1981 VENTURE Bass
Boat, 150 Merc Black
Max XR2, SS prop '99
Fast Load alum trir, bim-
ini top, 2 livewells, Big
Foot, reat shape,
$3,700.813-727-2404
17' 1994 Proline, center
console, 90 hp Force
very good condition, all
the extras, perfect for
fish and beach. $6000.
813-684-0605.
17' FOLDING KAYAK
Klepper Aerius II,
Expedition Model,
Half Price.
Call 813-228-8331
17.2' Sunbird Fish/Ski,
1996, 88hp Johnson,
trolling motor, live
wells, bimini trailer,
fish & depth finder ex-
tras. Kept on lift. $7500
obo. 813-855-0762
17.6' 2002 Searay Bowri-
der, 135 Mercury I/O,
Sonar, stereo, CG pkg,
galv trr, storage cover
ow hrs like new $12obd,000
813-924-8713; 933-4719
18' 1988 Gemini Bass
Boat, 150 HP, rebuilt
mariner, trolling motor,
trailer, runs great.
$3200.813-933-8176
18' 1995 Searay Laguna
CC 115 Merc, Trailer,
T-TOp, Stereo, Fish
Finder & CB. Asking
$6,900. Call 813-505-2495
18' 2000 SEARAY 180 bow-
rider, 135 hp I/0 low
hrs. exc. cond. bimini
top, extras, $8500 obo.
813-478-9937 719-8045
18'2001 Maxim Bowrider,
125hp trailerincl, cover
low hours $10,600.
813-781-5302'

18'6" Triton Bass Boat
150hp Merc Optimax.
Fully loaded, won in a
tournament: $21,000.
813-737-4511
18 SeaRay 180 Bowrider
1999 with CG Package
Galvanized Trailer and
Storage Cover. $9500.
727-796-3477
18.02' Action Craft 2004,
03115 Mercury, 04 alum
trir, trim tabs, hydr jack
pit, pwr pole, pullngplat
$19,500.813-727-9890
19'6" Aquasport, 1980
hull, 1984 200hp Johnson
& galv.trailer $3000 obo.
813-833-4441 .

19' WELLCRAFT CC, '96,
112 Johnson SS prop,
bimini, captain chrs,
trailer, exc. cond.
$10,000,813-645-7000
20' 1987 Hydrasport
2000DC 200 hp Yamaha,
aim trir w/ new disc
brakes, fishfinder bimi-
ni livewell, salt wtr
washdown. $5,900 obo
813 985-6177
20'1990 Grady White C-C,
175 hp Merc, h draulic
steering. IncI Dbl-axel
trailer. Newer bottom
machine & GPS $13,500
813 376-5158
20' 1997 CABRELLA, Short
Line Comp. Tournament
water ski boat, 265hp
MercCruiser low hrs.
$13,500.813-661-1514
20' 2002 Proline CC, 150
merc, T-top, head, full
electronics, alum. trlr, 3
batt, 1 owner. Pd $31K.
Asking $24K 813-960-0379
20' 2003 Rinker RX1 Wake
board boat, I/O 5.0
Merccruiser, 140hrs, 6
spkr Kenwood syst, 6
disc CG Chr, tower w/
wake board holders &
speakers extended
swim platform, perfect
pass cruise control, exc
cond. $24,900
863-683-3516
20'4" 1999 209 Grady
White Escape w/Yam
150, low hrs, T-top, GPS,
jackplate, windlass an-
chor, $21K 813-404-6186
20' BAJA new (not re-
built) V8 pwr, Red &
White, needs absolutely
nothing fast & reliable.
$9850obo 941-685-8650


1584 Boats I
21' SHAMROCK Inboard,
cabin. Needs motor
work. $4,800 Eve. &
weekends 941-778-5641

21.5' 1997 SEARAY Ex-
press cruiser, 5.7L V8,
exc cond, professionally
maintained, $13,000.
Call 813-671-7397
22' 2000 Stingray 220LX,
350/330HP, open bow,
to muchtolist.$16,500
813-299-8388
22' CHRIS-CRAFT CUDDY,
235HP I/O, full camper,
wash off, has every-
thing, like new, low hrs,
$14,500813-973-8105
23 HURRICANE SD237
2003, 2003,200 Yamaha, warr
til 5/21/05 can extend
59hrs, davit kept,
EXCELLENT! $29,500
(727)937-6899
24' 1997 BAYLINER Aft
cabin, sunbridge
cruiser, sleeps 4, kitchen,
head, exc. cond. Merc
I/OAlpha1,5.7L,220hp,
$18,000 .813-806-9272
25' 1995 Aquasport, 250
Explorer w/twin 200hp
Joinsons & 2004 alum
trailer. Ready to fish.
Live wells, GPS, VHF &
much more. Brandon ar-
ea. $23,500. Call Marc
813-368-5355
25' ROBALO 2000 CC
Fishing Machine, many
extras $35 000. Must
sell! Please call:
813-892-7235
28' Hydra-Sports WA 03
: Twin Yamaha 225,
4 strokes, under full war-
ranty. Dual Ray Marine
GPS, Radar, Bottom, Au-
to Pilot, Outriggers, AC
Full Head Loaded and
ONLY 250 hours! $92,500
941-539-8400 Sarasota.
29.5 2000 Bayliner Cabin
Cruiser w/A/C & gener-
ator, under warranty,
new eng., sleeps 6, like
new. $45K. 727-271-2466
30' 2000 Chaparral-Sig
300 still under wrty,
40hrs use, options
maxed out. Look atSig-
nature 310 on web at
chaparralboats.com.
Book value $88,500. Ask-
ing $80k. 813-925-0467
32'SEARAY 310 Sundan-
cer 1999 blue bk value
$102,000. Superclean,
professionally main-
tained, all the bells &
whistles. Always kept
under cover. Covered
slip available. $84,900.
813-814-4410
34' Mainship Pilot 2000,
hard top, full electron-
ics, generator, fresh
bottom job, boat shows
like new. $149,900/
offers. 727-367-6286.
34' SEARAY 2000 best on
water. Loaded, twin 7.4,
new btm.$25K upgrades
www.340searay.com
727-867-6418
42 FAST TRAWLER 1999
OA 426 details
www.fasttrawler.com
or(508) 889-6584. Safe
comfortable boat
BOATS Several storm
damaged and donated
boats for sale: 18' to 32'
Mike (727) 204-7988
Largest Volume Pontoon
Dealer in Florida.
Nauticstar Ba Boats.
www.donsboating.com
813-677-1300
I 585 Boat Slips
58 Storage

OUTDOOR STORAGE
Serving New TamNpa, US
19Hudson& Port Richey
areas. RVs, boats,
autos etc. $40+ /mo.
813-866-5533
South Bay RV & Boat
Storage Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000
Sea Pines Hudson Pvt.
up to 35'Boat Pvt. park-
ing, deep canal. 50' to
open water. $6.00 per ft.
518-368-4242
APOLLO BEACH/RUSKIN
area need BOAT DOCK
for 27' sailboat. Need 4'
deep water & access to
Bay. Call 813-633-9218


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Riverview -10863 Bloomingdale Rd. Tampa-- 5371 Ehrlich Rd.
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S.9420 motor light blue ext, C E. 200 2- CHEW 2000 Taho0015 200 a i TOYOTA 2002 SEQUOIA No Mo s, $125 exc. in & out, metal o ldr c .
wwwB aua-shadepcom Gr$ent9 KI leb 'i VAN, 1m-es, ex- macula.te, gold,towpk erSRS 46K wht, new, all T813-..T294-317 f aed 8K auo ind s,0 c. lde ay r t go.dcond
"obo' (727) 943-926. cellent condition, must 82k miles, one owner, all optsunrf Ithr tow pkg, Yamaha 2002 Grizzly 660, Call 813-645-0241 $l6000bo 813-229-6461
T-6TOP for salpe.Sl ei 2 250 XLT die- sell! $150 re. Cconrds $ 16500. rcor swrr 0k 1 own- green under warranty ACURA 1991 NSX 85,000 Dodge 2000 Intrepid, PLYMOUTH 2000 Prowler
damage 81but usebe. 84-9282 Kevin813-92-0098 813-1-64932-57119 er$24,900813-760-3231 exce drenst cancer Fundof 323-2747mi RedFORDCoue, A02 Focus Wag ut sn ,
$1000a813-842-7044 1 sel 4dr extra cab, FBlue Bryan0at681 3-896E2 50 1 kept, rIn C L 1988 0Elow79k miles,w r imwe mac- fu ncly eqru oip. 15 m i.
00 ian int, 96K m extra CHRYSLER 1993 Town n CHEVY 2000 Tahoe 57k TOYOTA 2003 MATRIX $4500. 813-477-2246 $2,000 a813)53-0566 e, c- fuy equii. 1050 mi.
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quicktsale! 813-641-2637 a 1skin 26,000 Dodge 1994350 Hightop Bauer, White, Lthr, Tow, Special! Help Disabled $11,500 813-835-7266 1 AT4124
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miles $1750 DODGE 20023500 MAX excellent condition 2 in8k TO-KIDS(448-3865& Vans 00 813-6 $maintainedoodco3-634-2740 m o 813-289-1279
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15-2 s DODGMCE199725004x4SIERRAexcab 13-56-4608 $i6,00.8see13-22-1150 FXLR This extremensly Red, Tan Leather Con0 MibrAt3UEd
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I T. i topper, nerfbars,power FORD VAN 1969 Econoline 60Kcmi, manual, red, exc shield, two bike covers Families Suffering From 4 Cyl. S Pkg, Pre-i6- terp m 7een 813-926-9933n
condition600chipxc cond, $7850. window van, rare. Call cond, $7000 Ruskin,ot extra exhaust, $2,000813-994-1164 Cancer. Free TowinDa 24 CHEVYm P Xenon, ex- JAGUAR2000 XJ8-Lbeau 813634-8206

































new condo, wel 1500. Freighter ine vcal sort u 2 flames, chrome, ripes. 98S CHEVY 1999 MALIBU, 4 pwrnewtires
813-641-1994,786-7274 spe 100042'owoy passengercleaninside 813-394-119 andaKendonsingle rail Tax deductible C White exce 813)ent with tan garage $395083785
Transportation GMC 1995 HALF TON, FORD 1996E250 stand u trailer. $9000 dren's Cancer Fund of 323-2747 FORD 2002 Focus Wagon, cond, sunroof, PS, ABS,



































m. 942345747 I630BDrie 632 cf i tm h90m801r3 ee tsn s ierC A863-451;92 SS EdfhA vCdIrKrL niol 260d2cCEAeia: 813-335-5088
Dode 2001 Dakota Quad CHEVY 1987 BLAZER S10 JEEP 2002 WRANGLER SUZUK2001,Katan600, America, Inc. CADILLAC 1988 Eldorado 79kmi, warr,wellmaint, auto, $9500. All mainte-
Can SLT, 49K mi, V8, 4x4, V. eaw motor, pipe rack, 8250 miles $3 n 4x50 4 FORD 2002 Exploadrer XL24 and more! w w.sole c c f o th Gaues. o r Biarritz, 25K onnewen3,90081 A/C cruise auto C nance records Hi-Line
fully loaded w/ext. tran se callrb, ken- 813-251061 tan, 4 s, looks brand new. clo t res 863-471-3767 1-800-835-9372 new seats, tires, rack pVY 200wr wind/Icks 550Z28 CoRandy. Green941737 grey Ithr,1134
1977 Cessna 172, 28 wood stereo, chrome Silver one ownerld AC, 39k m ing xtras; new paint, exc00 383. Never a rusou ConvtXMradiochrome LINCOLN 1998 Si Series 125K miles, spd, 6CD,


















813-657-80M 2ne77 rims, ver dependable, loaded, hvytondition! 813-38-0007 813-756895 name dtnewel- whis round efect,38k lOd nut rusreat o
new intercauto, FR New ReYou, V6, auoad sepyou r serPla vice an ad in Must FORD 2003 EXPEDITION cond $8995 obo. CHARITY ARS! You Cadillac 1997 Seville 30K m., V8 4.6 L, sunrLode a18" l ow e
may receive full fair looks & runs great, 66K .eed, yellow, AC, black 77Kreduced$52,9bobo
813-99- 5 500line 16 es Eddieoauer,72kini, per 813-655-6519 m market value even miles, alloy-chrome leather premium Full Wrnty863-60-3434
P8 7 ,52 E 00, 15A-9 r68 cond new tires new HARLEY 2000 Fatboy rw/the newnTax Laws!** wheels cold AC. $7999. sound,8Cb, traction con-Fulst bwie
Sbraks Asking $18, TH500 emeraldreen & back, 100% Charity- Not a 813-287-0468 trol, 4 wheel ABS spoil- Saturn 1999 L24 door
PIPER CHEROKEE 150, 9FORD 1999 Windstar LX, obo813-294-7187 back res windshield, commercialfundraiser* SR er, alloye wheels, non- autoPW PL B key-'
HANGERED, WELL JEEP 1996 Gr. Cheokee power, automatic door, e cond $400 ator ADILLAC1999 smoker 13- $14,500. less alarm 1 owner, aci




















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352-754-1925 sunrf, $7900 92 Toyota mi. Below blue 4x4, 68K m, white, ver' 863-559-381 DONATEYOUR CAR, boat Diamond Loaded
352-279-9434 P/U, ext cab ACruns $6200.352-583-4297 clean, too much to list, HARLEY 2002 HERITAGE or RV to help children $15300, 941) 284-143 Sellvourcamerainasnap
great,3900936-778 MAZDA2001MPV65kmi books & records. SOFTAIL CLASSIC, 5K fighting diabetes. Tax withanadinclass426! SUBARU2005 LEGACY GT
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services WD Kinc3 798abV5spd, c /c GMC 2004RYUKONXLLT, tr security $15,900. inO Juvenile Diabetes auto, 17Kmilesdooru mi ,











































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Bay Area Motor WorKS ackae tt cruise $103008139200504 12k mifes, ILT,Black, HARLEY DAVIDSON 2003 1-800-578-0408. ase ca 0 o813-10-66 7Jack Roush, 21K miles, per Buy Flawless 813)
Engine rebuild & install, c11,40m.727-71-851 ^perfect cond. (813) XL883 Annive 0 obo 813ATE 20 SUS I Exc Cond. $33K/obo. 220590 Ae
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W D TOO MANY EX- beige/beige Ithr intexc JEEP 1994 Wrangler 4WD, 3,000Prouce,339 TOYOTA 2000 CAMRY LE,!
E Tamp RA TO LIST. $5,000. cond, new tir wht,4cyl,5sp,6k,15/39 $245 0 (727)217-902 WE BUY CARS, Trucks, nice. 3,00 obo. Call HONDA 1995 CIVIC LX, new tires and battery,
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3 A N- SuErE Y R. Harley Davidson 200 ,ASS W S A tomatic, excellent con- -very clean.
40r i ,$5200. 25p&,b.o ,dobo 2004 $$$,CASHTodaXAny dition, 190K miles $8,800.
l, 3Re ,i r ri 9 I Trucks352-2065-404- tn bikinitop $4500 oer XL1200C Condition. Free Removal, CHEVY 1995 Monte Carlo $2,590 813-661-0878 Call 813-689-4420
Mem BBB813-907-55l9 630 PLYMOUTH 1999 Voyager Lakeland GId/BIk2700mi Extras' 24hrs.W1 813-964-8095 Z34,auto, V6, cold air,
PONTIAC. 19 Fibrd.., lHe avy Duty Conversion Mini van Jeep 1996 Grand Chero- Lowered for short rider
Looks great. Exc. ee LIMITED. Exc. condo. but have all original unr, CD,tirs like new HONDA1998CIVICDX96K TOYOTA 2000 Corolla CE
w/runninoe fulel oe CHEVYT1997 2500 Utility aingcond.TVc VI Loaded, pwr seats ,thr arts-Mint Cond. CASH PAID 113Kmi runsexcellen' mi Blk Spd AC, 3-Dr. 4D, 4cyl, 1.8L auto, ac,
topos bod al, Tma-e" oy TrUCK.AC, 5 Videogamejacks, leath' auto, tow pkg. $4699 $9500.00 352-754-4382 ForCars RunningorNot! $2900.81.545.2656 $5,000 813tcrue o 86K Sml.
ol obo 8 ...690 .61 0' lke new, 166K mn. $520 er, all pwr, new tires, O O. 813-685-4008 (352) 754-4382 W he'll comepick it u p CHEVY 1996 Camaro, 28, HONDA 2003 Accord EX, $ 5 0otbo 81 3-961-6735
$2 8 3 obo. 813-404-6071 alloyswhls, IrgV6,20 g Call Rob at 813-610-1535 T-top, 41kmi, lthr auto, Ithr, snrf, heated seats,
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt Perfect family van 130 9KEE LIMITED 90,000 mi- Harley Davidson $$55 CASH $$$$ performance exhaust, power, warranty, low Toyota 2001 AvalonXLS,
from A-Z. Guaranteed CHEVY 2003 2500 Heavy gorious hwy miles. Red Loaded, Auto.,2 2005 Dinolide ForCars, Trucks & Vans $8200813-633-6489 miles Frt/side airbags mint condo silver cloud,
qualitywork.Greatpric- dut crew cab, exc $7,900 352-58-9776 WD, 6 Cyl. Leather, Any Price/Any Time $18,375.813-634-2740 $15,000
Cs. Honeo & lnteMrity .....7600. .MustSee! $3CALLMEFlST!
Cl Rob 813 610 7 7 condo fully loaded, must TOYOTA 1991 PREVIA, $CH7,600 B $19,400.813-715-4826 727-505-3882 CHEVY1997 Camaro con- Infinity 2003 FX35 Load- 813-6428370
]o361" see. Call Brandon 115K mi, 1-owner, good 813)376-04b3HONDA 1998 XR100 Dirt 727-505-3882 vertible w/new ton, ed, gold, 23k mi, under
1 813-657-5586.924-5445 cond. $3500 obo. JEEP 1998 Grand Chero- Bike. Runs great! Must CASH TODAY! white, great cond, 120K, NAD-Avalue, $29,000. TOYOTA 2002 Camry, sil-
627 D D E9lityu 813956-4608 kee Limited, 4x4 V8, 86K see! $11 -00 obo. For Cars, Trucks & Vans below book! $4500 obo. 813-9 8 0 7/ 6 M ,ga t c on,
62 a ilrs cabdiese,120Kmi0s, Sunroof Garaged Non 813-948-1711 Running Or Not. Quicksale.813-376-8230 80-0357 A/63KoMigreatcond,
1996 7x21 enclosed trai- 1TOYOTA 1998 Sienna LE Smoker, Perfect Cond. 813-'30-9201 Or CHEVY 1997 MALIBU, Infiniti 2003 G35 Coupe, 128 Call 24 hours/day.
er, $3500 n $12,000 V6, gOOd condo. trailer $8,300. 813-654-8589 HONDA 2000 VALKYRIE -813-728-7979 Silver, V-6, Auto, tinted red, automatic, sunroof,
813-478-3273 Call1727-808-9185 hitcff, well maint., teal JEEP 1999 WRANGLER 6 INTERSTATE red and -WANTED PW, cruise, 78k mi'-6discCDchanger,leath- To
FORD 1991 F350 with % C reY cylinder, auto ice cold black, 12K miles, $9,600. )'z DEAD ORALIVE* $500obo 'er, sport whls. 26,900 silver, loaded, power,
629 Gooseneck trailer, runs a140ctory-newair, new Please call: Cars trucks& vans 813-334-972 813-966-978 Keyess, alarm, 1 owner
I Duty I great, $8,500. Pleasecall 8 -0 trans, newtires.l1 owner. 813-920-6740/310-3737 Cash Paid. Free Tow. CHEVY 1998 LUMINA JAGUAR 2000 S model mint condo w/ warranty
CHEVY 200(352)5850583 TOYOTA 2002 Sienna XLE $11,400.813-855-2565. HONDA 2002 Rebel 2434813.930.2464813.760.2656 white, V-6, 4-dr, auto., perfect condition J $13,200813-810-5541
CHEVY2004 SSR, red, 5850583 white/taupe leather, all JEEP 2000 Wrangler, ex- Miles, Red w/wind- HIGHEST PRICES PAID! A/C stereo, ood cond. owner, sayP bire olue,
15Komrloaded ext uneng t ie4d, Lady ven. Junks, Repairables, High $186D/(813)44-5773 white int, 2 yrs comply Metallic Blue, 38K mi,
wanrantyexcel'ent FREIGHTER Liner 1990 '.optins running.cellent condition 27k shed dyiv3-2T3- OY760(1TAlic200u4,73 8hMtix
condition $34, 500 semi truck 370 cat mno- boards, wind deflector. miles, 33" tires 3" lift Excellent Condition! Mileage, Autos, Truck's warr.813-223-1276 auto, cd,28mpg,$11K
813-95-0226'4 torl10 spmtrans,etandem 95k mi, runser, likeda 411gears, lots of extras: $2,000.813-994-1164 RV's&Vans!7Days/24 CHEVY 1999 Cavalier, ex- JAGUAR 2000 XJ8-L beau 813634-8206
small sleep otan $ 00.813-962-0730 HONDHours:(727)385-7 4 cellent condition, ask- Gold w/cream hides,
DODGE 1999 DAKOTA, V6, 3500. Freighter Line $13,500 ob. Jeep 2001,Grand Chero- SPIRIT. 150cc 3800 mi Classic ing $6800. Call 31K pampered mi N/S ,
auto, air, cruise, like 199010 speed engine 813-661-7370 keeLaredo,Burundy,6 intond.. red gno1-4 new tires, CD, $1,90 VOLVO 1994850dnN-
new condo, well $1500. Freighter Line cyl, s ort ility 2 flames. chrome, pipese obo941-885-8850 vyBlue,lr,esporwhs
maintained s$55 d 1989350cummnen,42 ToYO TA S Ien 7l i uppoe drie, aityt roa m eor. windsedEV Vehicles YCHEV 1999 MALIBU, 4 aB4llpwr, newtires, $100d
wheel4drivenauto274 speed1989050cu4mi2'enl,10Toy OTasseng lNAXLEdoor, low mileage, LEXUS 1999 ES 300, white invested recentlyhnwy
8 7d$04low oayps s$7300.813-44-886 $6 White, excellent with tan garagekept, mi. $3950 813-78 -3964
DODGE 2001-1500 4X4 $ 813-737-3866 ocu, CD 70K miles. JEEP 2002 GRAND Honda 2004 Goldwing CAMARO 1967pS350 RS, condition. $5,000 firm, Ioaded, l ke new, 60,011
L Lth.. CD. w, fCDw 0 18009extE0#750 P/S, P/DB, pwr glide, Call813-385-4755 miles $12,999. VW 1974 Beetle 75% re-
4-Wheel; w lo $9,49v.8,3-393-6208. CHEROKEE Laredo 1800,,ext wrnty, 750 mi, console, 12 bolt, restore. 7274323322.
mi. $17,0 o.CallWhID ie I I Isport edition V8 Ithr new helmets w/head- project, complete car. Chevy 2002 Camaro SS, ing the country. $1700.
941-234-5747 miI Drive I Ve Uicl i much more, nust see( sets new vinos trailer Edt500. 863-452- 9hAnnv Collectorsb LEXUS23K81 -3o $0 0
CAMARO 1969 SS miles, warran$23,000.CD, exc.
Dodge 2001 Dakota Quad CHEVY 1987 BLAZER S10, JEEP 2002 WRANGLER SUZUKI'2001, Katana 600, P/S,PDB, fact. A/C. Con- mibart3-.e-55K5mi
Cab SLT, 49K m, V8, 4x4 V6, newmotor rbl 4x4, Red, loaded, 24k blue, low miles, new Sole Auto with Gatngs C$23,900.813-684-1810 VW 1997 Cabrio Hi-Line
fully loaded w/ext, trais Weber carb, ken- mMW 0 3.0 niles, looks brand new. tiresbrakes, cain & C 3 e to CHEVY Coov. Green grey Ithr,
warranty. $13,000 wood stereo, chrome Silver one owner 39k mi, e tmiear. $3,b50 OBO. rnbuilt 2002 Camero Z28 125K miles, spd, 6CD,
t'd$1383 Never any rus690uoon vtnBCradao50tene LINCOLN 1998 Sig Series runstXretdxchr
-657-8177 rims, very dependable, oae mi conditions 813-380-0007 813-757-6895 nameitand its newl'Yel- whg round ecta3kLINCN 18 i g Series, a r eatexccond.
Dodge 2001 Ram 1500V8. reat shape, $2700. $28,900.727-480-1948.2 G S k Iu 0 w bkl ther mt.8tan loaded, exc in & out $5200.813-335-2488
u13e727-2404ELI0Y.URC JEEP 2003 G Suzuki '99 Intruder 800 low with black stripes
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mi. auto all ower You can unload your Place an ad in classd562 Silver/grey Ithr int, V8' condo extras showed3timesfor3st 813-541-3195 813-454-5170, ,
cruise. White. 8i),50d washer with anadoinap- and see how many buy- exc cond, 30K mil $3500.(813)908-0680 placesllt will knock you CHEVY 2003IMPALAc8 194545170AC, sunroof, all powet,
813-299-8388 pliances, class 416. ers popup $21,000.813-805-0601 WANTEDSport Bikes. Any Tom (813) 833-7647 CDPlaker, AI2Pwr,$8906 sitle, noaded, Silver, $4,7i0obo 813-833-4647
LAND ROVER2004 Discov- year, any cond. W e pay 1 5i1Iea mlel $Sil ver, 9997l abo 8 3.83 .4 e,
eryll,4x4,auto,4800mi, cash. Top $$. Will pick CHEd 1957 210 Belair, 813-219-9770oV264-5226W149k9ileat,$wh
.tow pkg, runnin' up. Sales/Serv/Part & 2dr solid steel body, no 813-833-2153 at 199L turbo, 70k,
boards, garage Kep Acc.813-651-2522 rust, 283 eng, no trans. CHRYSLER 1990 Imperial Mercedes 2002 500, u o rok
$27,500727-786-3760 THROTTLE FACTORY $ Call Joe great condition, loaded, Mlikernew udes wnd, C, power locks, &
Z1Y-763-3165 must sell! Moving. $900. rig onew, under7kmiles, windows.y$9400-bo.
CLASS 350 16K mi, Sil- STAR, 14k mi, good CHEVY 1969 Camaro RS, 813-963-6829 Silver many options.
ver, Nay., Lthr, Bose str cond. upgrades, 04,700. 327 auto, 43K orig miles, $50k.813-716-6666 VW 2000 GTI-GLS, tropic
SunRoof, Primo! $36k 813-6841194 matching number, fu 1 CHRYSLER 1994. LHS, MERCErDES, second, 18"
(813) 855-2526 YM A2restored. $28V- Asking $2000 obo. 1,MERCEDES 2003 E320 oran e, exc cobt,61
( 85-2 YAMAHA 2003 YZF600R 727-224-9785,224-9789. 'owner,interiorceanmi, Showroom Condi- hrtr
MITSUBISH12001 Monte- ALL CHROMED OUT! 72722497 24-9789. oner, itre Loaded, Sunrf, CD, 14K chgr' moonrf.51K ml.
ro XLS Champagne; Ex- 2900mi; Exc.Cond; CORVETE 1962 Match- 900d con. 3. itr Sion w room Cond $10'00b813"835"9855
cellent Condition garage kept $7,499.00 ing numbers, 300hp runsgood.813-986-578 941-776-3356
$14,500 o bo (813)841-0463 4spd, sateen silver/ned CHRYSLER 1995 LEB VW 2001 Jetta GLXe VR6,
3.9950taux hardtop black RON LX convertible MERCEDES Benz 2004 ML Silver.spd,56Kminew
16361 Golf Carts I soff top, beautiful show 6cyl 87K miles, good 350 7K mi silver/black tires, discCD, tiniexc
SATURN 2003 Vue, 4 cyl, quality.$59,500. Serious Ca Ithr'sprt/ent pkg snrft cond non-smoker.

AC Tilt xc wanted. B ela version of 1981 Lynx. er Mercury 1998 Sable GSVowner,2V6,Pauto,Lnon
lo.$13,477813-6544480 Chargers parts aIl relat- Great around-town can. Maroon w/lTan top, 4 waonseats 9,90K mii smoker silver loaded,
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2005 Cotee River Festival
Festival admission is free
(There is a charge for some events.)
May 7-8,
Saturday 10 a.m.-11 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Sims Park and Orange Lake in downtown
New Port Richey
* Seafood Festival great seafood and
other treats.
* Concerts two full days of nonstop music
sponsored by Independence Air, WJQB "True
Oldies" 106.3 and OnStage Music.
Bright House Networks Boat Show more
than 100 new boats and personal watercraft.
Suncoast News/Pasco Tribune Marketplace
marine accessories and products, service ven-
dors, clinics and exhibits of general interest.
* Arts and Craft Fair nautical/natural
themes and traditional favorites.


May 7-8
Saturday 10 a.m.-11 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Sims Park and Orange Lake in
downtown New Port Richey

"Blues by the River" concert
Saturday, May 7,11:30 a.m.-11 p.m. $5 admis-
sion after 5 p.m. Featuring "Jimmy Thackery
and The Drivers." Also, Sarasota Slim with
Larry "Rhino" Reinhardt; Willie Lomax Blues
Revue with Shawn Brown; Back Alley Blues
Band; D.W. Gill & Bluestrain; Hazard Factor.
"Groove by the River" concert
Sunday, May 8,1-6:30 p.m. Oldies from the
'50s-'70s. The Crests featuring Tommy
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* peace hall coffee house "Art Scene"
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Music and arts on-site with poetry readings
and stand-up comedy. Saturday, 1-7 p.m.;
Sunday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. More detail at www.
westpascoarts.com.
The Cotee River Seafood Festival is a
production of New Port Richey Main Street.


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